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March 19, 1982 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, March 19, 1982

11 Scientists, Two Artists
Will Receive Wolf Prizes

with

"Israel's Ambassador of Song"

Ron Eliran

Dancing with the Bill Meyers Group

Thursday Evening

April 22, 1982

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Accept the challenge to
strengthen our community
through our youth because
we are one . . . we are Jewish.

Patron Chairmen

MAGICIAN

In the field of medicine,
the winners are Dr. Barbara
McClintock, of New York
and Prof. Stanley Cohen, of
Stanford University.
The winner in the
chemistry category is Prof.
Joseph Chatt, of the Uni-
versity of Sussex in Eng-
land.

HERZLIYA — The pre-
stigious Wolf Prizes will be
given to 11 scientists and
two artists in special cere-
monies at the Knesset on
Sunday.
The prizes, $100,000 in
each of five scientific discip-
lines and $100,000 in the
arts category, are given by
the Wolf Foundation, an or-
ganization designed to pro-
mote science and art "for the
benefit of mankind." The
organization was founded
by Dr. Ricardo Wolf and
chartered by the Knesset in
1976.
This year's art prize will
be shared by French painter
Marc Chagall and Antoni
Tapes, of Barcelona, Spain.
In agriculture, the
prize-winners are Prof.
John Almquist, of
Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity; Prof. Harry
Lardy, of the University
of Wisconsin; and Prof.
Glenn Salisbury, of the
University of Illinois.
The winners in the field of
mathematics are Profs.
Lars Ahlfors and Oscar
Zariski, both of Harvard
University.
In the physics category,
the winners are Prof.
Freeman Dyson of the Insti-
tute for Advanced StUdy in
Princeton, N.J.; Prof. Victor
Weisskopf, of the Mas-
sachusetts Institute of
Technology; and Prof.
Gerhardt Hooft, of the Uni-
versity of Utrecht, the
Netherlands.

Lawrence Jackier

Barbara Stollman

Dinner Chairmen

Rona Freedland Susan Friedman

Barbara Cook

Dinner Committee

Rabbi Robert Abramson
Peter Alter
Jules Altman
Leonard Baron
Anaruth Bernard
Barbara Beznos
Norman Cohen
Gerald Cook
Amy Cutler
Mark Eichner
Robert Finkel
Herbert Freedland
Melvyn Friedman
Ellen Glen
Mark Goldsmith
Cheryl Guyer
Dan Guyer
Martin Hart

(in formation)
David Hermelin
Doreen Hermelin
Rochelle Jackier
Jerome Kaufman
Stephen Klausne'r
Arlene Klein
Yale Levin
Robert Littky
Beverly Leuch ter
Jack Liwazer
Aaron Lupovitch
Michael Maddin
Steve Medow
Allan Nachman
Judith Phillips
Julius Pollak
Emma Schaver
Neal Schechter

Sandra Schram
Phyllis Schwartz
Suretta Selik
Bluma Siegal
Rabbi Efry Spectre
Karen Spoon
Bernard Stollman
Alan Sussman
Charlotte Tessler
Warren Tessler
Arlene Tilchin
David Tisdale
Saul Waldman
June Weinberg
Melvin Weisz
Betsy Winkelman
Lawrence Zeff

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