People: Dec. 8, 1967

Any mother would have been proud of five such fine boys sitting on the dais at Manhattan's Plaza Hotel, recipients of medals from the National Institute of Social Sciences "for their signal service" in all fields. There was Philanthropist John D. Ill, 61, who said that he was "the only one who was unemployed"; Nelson, 59, Governor of New York; Laurence, 57, who heads the brothers' charitable foundation; Winthrop, 55, Governor of Arkansas, and David, 52, president of the Chase Manhattan Bank. It was their first public get-together since 1960, and John D....

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