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November 30, 1984 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-30

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Detroit Leaders Plan Events for Weizmann Jubilee Year

The Detroit Division of the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science
proudly joins with Jewish communities the world over to celebrate a joyful event in
Jewish history — the Jubilee Year in the life of this reknowned Institute of Science bear-
ing the name of its founder — Israel's statesman-scientist Chaim Weizmann.
This is an endeavor in which the Jewish community of Detroit can rejoice as an act
of renewal that carries forward the historic actions of its leaders who early-on shared
Doctor Weizmann's vision of a Jewish state in which Science would have a basic role in its
development and building.
Thanks to the generous support and early leadership provided by our own Marlene
and Paul Borman, Suzanne and Daniel Honigman, and Vivian and Louis Berry there

Marlene Borman, Paul Borman, Robert Sosnick and Daniel Honigman (left to
right) at Detroit's Weizmann Dinner in May, which inaugurated the Borman
Professorial Chair in Applied Mathematics at the Weizmann Institute of
Science and honored the Borman's for their service to the Institute and the
community.

stands today in Rehovot, Israel a campus that is a vibrant center of scientific learning,
research and development. The home of a faculty of world famous scientists, it has pro-
duced and reared generations of new scientists whose standards and achievements have
been of vital benefit to Israel's economy, to its defense and to the health and quality of
life for the men, women and children living within and beyond its boundaries.
Robert and Susan Sosnick assumed the leadership of the Detroit Division two years
ago and through their efforts the local Board of Directors has grown to fifty dedicated
men and women.
Shown on this page are photos taken of Detroit Weizmann events that have taken
place in the last twelve months.

Dr: Joseph M. Jacobson is pictured here with
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist William
Safire, who was the guest speaker at the
Borman Dinner.

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the Department of Cell Biology of the Weizmann Institute of Science.
Professor Globerson spoke at the Weizmann Science Forum held at the
Sosnick home in November, 1983.

Pictured (left) are Arthur Kudla, a student at Fitz-
gerald High School, the son of Arthur and Estelle
Kudla of Warren; and Aaron Scott, who attends West
Bloomfield High School, the son of Norman and
Sherlyn Scott of West Bloomfield, with International
Summer Institute counselor, Professor Aharon
Freidman of Weizmann's Cell Biology Department.
Kudla, 1984 vvinner of the Borman Science Scholar-
ship, and Scott participated with 21 other gifted
American high school students in the Dr. Bessie F.
Lawrence Sum p ter Science Institute at the Weizmann
Institute. Also in the Michigan contingent were
Sander Gerber, a student at the Huron High School,
whose parents are Florence and Marvin Gerber of
Ann Arbor; and Howard Weiner, who studies at
Harrison High School, the son of Betty and Dr.
Allan Weiner of Farmington Hills.
The American participants in the Summer
Science Institute, together with 50 students from
Western Europe and Latin America, spent the period
of July 9 - August 8 in advanced scientific studies and
laboratory work under the tutelage of senior
members of the Institute faculty. the month long pro-
gram, now in its 16th year, also includes 10 days of
field work, geology and climatology.

From Left to Right, Susan Pappas, Professor Michael Sela and Susan Citrin.
Professor Sela, the President of the Weizmann Institute of Science,spoke at the
October, 1985, Science Forum at Cranbrook Institute of Science. Board
Members Pappas and Citrin were arrangement chairpersons.

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Shown here with Susan and Robert Sosnick is Professor A miela Globerson of

Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science

15565 Northland Drive/West Tower Suite 803
Southfield, Michigan 48075
(313) 569-7275

50 YEARS OF RESEARCH li lnn

now

Board of Directors — Detroit Division

Chairman
*Robert Sosnick

Eugene Applebaum
*Barton M. Berman
*Louis Berry
Vivian Berry
Robert H. Bluestein
Suzanne C. Bluestein

*National Board of 1).rect, , ,

Harold Blumenstein
Penny Blumenstein
Marlene Borman
**Paul Borman
Susan Citrin
Milton H. Dresner
Burton D. Farbman
Robert Z. Feldstein
Donna Frank
Alan J. Freeman

Lois Spector Freeman
Milton R. Gilman
Darryl T. Goldberg, M.D.
Martin R. Goldman
Irwin Green
Miriam Hamburger
David B. Hermelin
**Daniel M. Honigman
Edythe Jackier
Joseph M. Jacobson, D.D.S.

**International Board of Governors and National Board of Directors

Aaron J. Jade
Harvey Kleiman
Graham H. Landau
*Julie R. Levy
Eric Yale Lutz
Frederick H. Marx
Ira Mondry
Gordon M. Moss, M.D.
Milford Nemer
Graham A. Orley

Claude Oster, D.O.
Norman A. Pappas
Susan Pappas
Sonny Raichien
Jack Robinson
Florine Mark Ross
William M. Ross, D.O.
Elliott C. Schubiner
Yvan J. Silva, M.D.
Susan Sosnick

Daniel M. Stewart, D.O.
Harry Walts
Fred S. Yaffee
Paul M. Zlotoff
Richard E. Zuckerman

Executive Director
Edie Mittenthal

Executive Assistant
Susan A. Rosett

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