Friday, May 15, 1981
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Dr. Abraham I. Katsh, left, and Joseph Handle-
man, will be on hand for the presentation of the
Joseph Handleman Prize in Arts and Science May 27
in New York.
NEW YORK — The past president of the Ameri
Jewish Academy of Arts can Red Magen David for Is-
and Sciences, an honor rael. He established the
society founded in 1927, will Handlemap Institute of Re-
celebrate its 55th convoca- corded Sound at the Univer-
tion May 27 at the New sity of Miami School of
York Academy of Medicine. Music and the Joseph and
The academy will award Sally Handleman Corn-
for the first time the newly munications Center at
established Joseph Hand- Dropsie University in
leman Prize in Arts and Sci- Philadelphia. He was most
ences to Meyer Levin, the recently honored with the
noted author, and Dr. Rosa- American Red Magen
lyn S. Yalow, the recipient David International
of the 1977 Nobel Prize in Humanitarian Award.
The Joseph Handleman
Levin will receive the Prize will be awarded by Dr.
prize "for his contribution to Abraham I. Katsh,
the arts." He is the author of president of the academy.
23 books and has been an Dr. Katsh is president
activist all his life on behalf emeritus of Dropsie Univer-
of Jewish causes. Some of sity and professor emeritus
his world-renowned works of Hebrew at New York
include "My Father's University. He is the author
House," "Compulsion," of 20 scholarly works and
"The Settlers," "The Har- the founder of the National
vest" and the originql Anne Association of Professors of
A special citation will be
Dr. Rosaly S. Yalow
will be awarded the prize given to the honorary
"for her contributions to president of the academy,
the sciences." She is the Dr. Leo Jung, "for his out-
chairman of the depart- standing contributions to
ment of clinical sciences Jewish scholarship."
at Montefiore Hospital
and Medical Center in the
Bronx. She is the 1977
Nobel Laureate in
Medicine and is Distin-
Large at the Albert Eins-
tein School of Medicine of
The prize is being made
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