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December 03, 1976 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH 'NEWS

50 Friday, December 3; 1976

Hebrew U. Chapter Reactivated Here; Maimonides Women Cited

Cherrick gave an out-
line of Hebrew University
programs and achieve-
ments. When he first
joined the university
staff, after a long career
in Zionist and religious
activities, there was a fa-
culty of less than 150 and
a student body of 800.
Today there are 16,000
students, a faculty of
2,000, medical and dental
schools and various de-
partments on four cam-
puses.
Ziegelman said that offi-
cers of the reactivated
SHEILA MONAST
chapter will be named
Unit for Retarded
soon and an inauguration
Will Hear Speaker and a dinner for the com- University. She came to
Charles Foster, execu- munity will be held in May. the Hebrew University to
During his visit here, acquire her required
tive director of the Michi-
gan Association for Re- Dr. Cherrick addressed hours in social sciences
habilitation Facilities, the Women's Auxiliary of and humanities courses.
The university
will address the Associa- Maimonides Medical So-
tion for the Jewish Re- ciety and a citation was announced that a gazet-
tarded 8 p.m. Thursday at given to the Maimonides teer of Roman Palestine
the 10. Mile Jewish Com- Women for aid to the uni- has been published as the
munity Center, Room 13. versity over a period of fifth monograph in the
Qedem- monograph series
His topic will be "Issues some 20 years„
Meanwhile, the univer-
and Answers for Re-*
tarded Citizens Over Age sity reported that Sheila
26." .
Monast of Southfield is
The nominating com- studying at the Hebrew
mittee will present the University of Jerusalem.
She is participating in
slate of officers for the
coming year. Future the one-year program of
home sites will be discus- the School for Overseas
Students of the Hebrew
sed.

Greater Detroit's He-
brew University Chapter,
dormant for nearly eight
years except for indi-
vidual gifts that have
been made to the Univer-
sity in Jerusalem, was
reactivated last week.
Hebrew U. Vice Presi-
dent Bernard Cherrick
addressed a group of De-
troiters at a meeting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Erwin C. Ziegelman and
planning began for new
activities here to com-
mence in 1977.

mittee's Irving M. Engel
Fund.
In a related develop-
ment, the title "Honorary
Fellow of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem" was
conferred on Menache
Eliachar, Freeman of
Jerusalem, in a ceremony
on the university's Givat
Ram campus.
Eliachar received the
honor "in recognition of
his services to the de-
velopment and settle-
ment of Israel and espe-

of the Hebrew Univer-
sity's Institute of Archeol-
ogy. It is the work of the
late Prof. Michael Avi-
Yonah, and is a co-
publication of the Institute
and CARTA, the Israel
Map and Publishing Co.
The gazetteer lists
more than 900 sites, inde-
xed to seven section
maps. Alphabetically ar-
ranged according to the
original Greek, Latin or
Semitic form, the place
names follow in their
modern Hebrew or Arabic
version. Each entry then
lists the ancient sources
mentioning the locality,
the references in
modern literature, and
various historical, ar-
cheological or geograph-
ical details.
At the same time, the
university reported two
Arab students received
scholarships from the
American Jewish Com-

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