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May 24, 1968 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-24

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Dr. Jacobs Retires as Director of U-M Hillel Foundation

Dr. Herman Jacobs, director of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation
at the University of Michigan since
1953, retires Sept. 1, when he will
enter upon a year's retirement
leave, becoming thereafter director
emeritus.
In his honor, the Association of
Religious Counselors at U. of M.,
of which he has twice been presi-
dent, held a cocktail reception and
dinner for him and his wife, Ra-

DR. HERMAN JACOBS

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Contemporary film dramas based on novels by Nobel
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May 24 1 25

Sunday
May 26

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(Color) (1957) S. Gerasimov at 7:00 & 10:30
FATE OF A MAN (1957) Sergei ("War and Peace") Bondarchuk
(director and star) at 8:45 only
A sumptuous color film version of a Turgenev novel and

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DIMKA (1964) Ilya Frez at 4:00, 7:00 & 10:00

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May 27 A 28

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chel. In December, they will be
honored guests at a banquet of the
national Hillel directors during
their annual conference at Gros-
singers.
Former executive director of the
Detroit Jewish Center, Dr. Jacobs
is now completing 40 years of Jew-
ish communal service. A graduate
of the first class of the Graduate
School of Jewish Social Work in
1926, he held three executive posts
in Jewish centers in New York
City prior to his coming to Detroit
in February 1936.
He holds degrees from New York
University, Columbia and Wayne
State, where for eight years he also
taught social group work in its
graduate school of socical work. He
has also been a visiting assistant
professor of educational sociology
at Eastern Michigan University. At
the latter campus, he is director of
the Hillel counselorship.
He has served on the executive
committee of the National Asso-
ciation of Hillel Directors, was
chosen to direct the National
Hillel Summer Institute in 1960
and to represent national Hillel
on the Asian Seminar of the
World University Service spon-
sored by the U.S. State Depart-
ment in Japan, Hong Kong and
India.
In Ann Arbor, Dr. Jacobs has
directed a program for a student
body now numbering some 4,000
or more. He brought into being a
faculty advisory board, headed by
Dean William Haber, consisting of
a dozen academicians.
He instituted High Holy Day
services in the university's Rack-
ham auditorium, attended by up to
1,500 students.
Dr. Jacobs made possible the
establishment within the founda-
tion of the Beth Midrash, spon-
sored by the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America and the Mid-
rasha of Detroit.
Two years ago, at its 25th an-
niversary celebration, the Bnai
Brith Lodge of Ann Arbor honored
him for his 13 years of service with
the presentation of a silver plaque.
Dr. Jacobs was a founder of
the Aim Arbor Chapter, Nation-
al Conference of Christians and
Jews, and was the chairman of
its first Institutes in Human Re-
lations. In addition, he was one
of the first appointees io the
human relations commission of
Ann Arbor, on which he served
for five years.
He is a member of the advisory
committee of the Washtenaw
County Department of Social Serv-
ices and since its inception has
been a member of the board of the
Interfaith Center of the U. of M.
on retirement, Jacobs will enter
into the private practice of mar-
riage and family counseling.
* * *

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Rabbi White Accepts
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Ann Arbor will be losing a
second Jewish community leader
in Rabbi Harold S. White of Beth
Israel Congregation, who will be
assuming the position of Hillel
Foundation director at American
University, Washington, D.C. He
succeeds Rabbi Saul Kraft, who,
completing a one-year special as-
signment, returns to Queens Col-
lege, New York.
Rabbi White's appointment along
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Dickinson.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz of
versity of Chicago, chairman of the Temple Emanuel, Ridgefield Park,
N.J., will be counselor for the pro-
Bnai Brith Hillel commission.
gram starting in the fall.
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