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October 29, 1971 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-29

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!ME SEDIOIT JEWISH NEWS
_3740.01ait; 8011,1mr 29, 1971

Sinai Will Elect
Trustees Nov. 28

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The nominating committee of
Sinai Hospital's board of trustees
will present eight names to the
19th annual meeting of the cor-
poration to be held 8 p.m. Nov. 29
in the hospital's Zuckerman Audi-
torium.
Nominated for re-election to five
year terms ending Dec. 1 are
Sidney J. Karbel, Edward C.
Levy, Sr., David M. Miro, Hyman
Safran, Erwin S. Simon, Phillip
Stollman and Paul Zuckerman.
Richard Sloan will be nominated
for an initial five-year term end-
ing Dec. 1, 1976.

Jackief to'Oet Co v eted Hebrew? U.
Torch of 1Learriting Award, Nov. 3

- Milton J. Miller, chairman of the
dinner of Detroit Friends of the
Hebrew. University', to be held 6:30
p.m. Wednesday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, said that the honoree,
Joseph H. Jackier, who will re-
ceive the Torch of Learning
Award, will be one of a limited
roup of American Jews to be
honored with this coveted award.
The Torch of Learning Award,
created by the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, is a

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Mark of recognition for leaders of
American Jewish communities who
have influenced the course of
higher learning in the United
States and Israel.
"It is a personal privilege for
me to be dinner chairman for the
Torch of Learning Award dinner,
knowing that my good friend and
colleague Joseph H. Jackier is to
receive this special award for his
dedication and commitment to the
Jewish community and to Israel,"
Miller said.
All money raised at Wednesday's
dinner will be used for scholar-
ships for disadvantaged students
at the Hebrew University ,in Israel.
"With the newly established en-
dowment fund, thousands of young
Israeli students — Arab and Jew
alike — will attain higher educa-
tion that might otherwise be de-
nied to them," Miller said.
• • •
Alan King Among Other
Hebrew U. Honorees
NEW YORK — Comedian Alan
King was inducted as ai honorary
fellow of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem by Avraham Harman,
president of the school, at a Bin-
der here by American Friends of
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The Hebrew University has set
up the Alan King Scholarship
Fund to which he has personally
pledged $200,000.
The Torch of Learning Award
was conferred on a New Jersey
resident for the first time. Frank
R. Lautenberg of Montclair was
inducted as a Torch of Learning
Fellow by Harman.
Samuel Rothberg, the univer-
sity's chairman of the international
board of governors, and Dr. David
Weiss, chairman of the department
of immunology of the Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical School, were spe-
cial guests. -
A luncheon was converted to a
reverent memorial 'for a great
judge, political adviser and philan-
thropist due to the sudden death
at 94 of Joseph Proskauer.
American Friends of the Hebrew
University had planned to confer
the Torch of Learning Award on
the former New York Supreme
Court justice at a luncheon Oct. 20
at the Plaza. Instead, it was re-
ceived posthumously by his daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ruth Proskauer Smith
of New York City.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: -8:30 a.m. Sunday and 1
a.m. Monday.
Station: WENR Sunday and
WKNR-FM (0OO) Monday.
Feature: "The Tourneys of Abra-
ham" — sermonette on the weekly
Torah-reading. Hasidic melodies as
a musical interlude; and "From
Days Gone By," stories from Jew-
ish history and legend.
• • •
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Time: -9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Today's popular music,
although sometimes swallowed by
the beat, is often provocative and
profound. Rabbi Harold S. Loss of
Temple Israel will present some
fundamental Jewish themes pres-
ent in today's music.
• • •
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK.
Feature: "Joy and Awe-Symbols
of Judaism." Rabbi Samuel Prero
of Young Israel of Greenfield
takes us on a visual and verbal
tour of some of the meanings and
uses of religious objects in Juda-
ism. Also, a continuing look at the
Torah and its embellishment and
add to it the mezuza and phylac-
teries.
• • •
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:3D p.m. Sunday.
Station: WW.J.
Feature: Community service as
a challenge and an outlet for young
people. Participants in 'the pro-
gram will be Rabbi David Mogil-
ner, national director of the Ramah
Camps, Donald Adelman, director
of the Barash Camp at Glen Spey,
'New York, and two Ramah camp-
ers, Mindy Schwartz, a college
student and counselor in training
this past summer at the Berkshire
Ramah, and Robert Alpert, a vet-
eran of five Ramah summers.

'President Nixon recently an-
nounced the promotion of Special
Assistant to the President EU-
GENE S. COWEN to be deputy
assistant to the Presidentfon con-
gressional relations. He v.00 'have
principal responsibility for legis-
lative affairs with the U.S. Senate.
Cowen is honorary chairman of
the government division of the
United Jewish Appeal. Cowen
joined the White House staff in
July 1969. For 11 years he worked
for U.S. Sen. Hugh Scott.

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