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June 16, 1978 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-16

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Newsman Kaplow to Speak
Paul Borman Will Direct
Weizmann U. Friends Event at Sinai Hospital Banquet

Paul Borman, chairman
of the Detroit Chapter of the
American Committee for
the Weizmann Institute of
Science, announces the
chapter will hold a meeting

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PAUL BORMAN
8 p.m. Tuesday at North
Park Towers.
Besides a film detailing
the various aspects of the
institute, Prof. Yosef
Kimhi, a researcher in the
department of neurobiology
will speak on medical ad-
vances made at the Israeli
university.
The institute consists of
18 research departments,
including cell biology, ex-
perimental biology, biologi-
cal ultrastructure,
biodynamics, genetics,
plant genetics, chemical
immunology, biophysics,
biochemistry, polymer re-
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plastics, applied mathema-
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ter design and construc-
tion.

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volved in revision of
methods for teaching the
natural sciences in Israel,
the supervision of educa-
tional television, and the di-
rection of science summer
camps at the institute for
high school students from
Israel and abroad. They also
act as advisers to local in-
dustry and various minis-
tries.

Final Telethon
for '78 Campaign

Although the 1978 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund officially
ended April 26, workers in
all divisions will get to-
gether for a final telethon
solicitation effort Tuesday
evening and Wednesday
morning at United Hebrew
Schools.
"There are still potential
contributors we have not
been able to reach," said
General Chairman Philip T.
Warren. "This telethon will
be our last chance to secure
outstanding pledges."
"Our work did not end
with the official Campaign
closing April 26," added
General Chairman Phillip
Stollman. "Our officers and
workers have done a great
deal since then to contact
contributors and secure
pledges. We hope that those
who have not yet done so
will make their best possi-
ble pledge now."

In St. Louis, Missouri it is
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Herb Kaplow, ABC News
national and international
correspondent, will address
the fifth annual alumni
banquet and awards pre-
sentation of Sinai Hospital
of Detroit 6:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Michigan Inn.
Kaplow will speak on "The
First Year-and-a-Half With
Jimmy Carter."
The alumni banquet is
the culmination to gradua-
tion exercises for the 1977-
78 house staff which is com-
prised of doctors in training
working exclusively at
Sinai Hospital, which is this
year celebrating its silver
anniversary. Special
awards and diplomas will
also be presented to the
graduating doctors during
the evening's program.
Kaplow has covered

atom bomb testing, the
Cuban revolution, major
international stories and
every political campaign
for the U.S. Presidency
since 1956. He was the
first American reporter
to enter Cuba after the
Bay of Pigs incident and
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