8 Friday, July 27, 1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Heroes Road at Bar-Ilan U. to be
dedicated to Detroiter Hechtman
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Heroes Road, pictured above, will be named in honor of Detroiter Samuel Hechtman and
will service physically handicapped students and faculty at Bar-licin University at its main •
campus in Ramat Gan, Israel. The Heroes Roctd is part of a network of special ramps, roads
and parking facilities created to accommodate the handicapped.
A project to provide
barrier-free access to all
buildings for Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity's war-injured stu-
dents will soon be dedicated
in honor of Detroiter
recognition of his long-time
association with Bar-Ilan as
well as his special support of
The formal dedication
will take place at the an-
nual Bar-Ilan dinner to be
held Sept. 18 at which
Hechtman will be the uni-
versity's guest of honor.
The Hechtman Heroes
Road is a system of ramps
and other facilities that will
allow handicapped stu-
dents, most of whom are suf-
fering war-related injuries,
to gain barrier-free access to
the entire Bar-Ilan campus.
This year's dinner marks
the beginning of Bar-Erin's
30th academic year.
with the university began
in 1952, three years before
For information about the
Hechtman Heroes Road or
the dinner, call the Bar-Dan
office, 398-7180. ,
Moroccan Jewish community leader
decorated by King Hassan, WJC reports
Rabat (JTA) — The head 'general of the Council of
of Morocco's Jewish com- JeWish Communities of
munity, David Amai, was Morocco, the central repre•-,
awarded the high decoraion sentative body of Moroccan
of "Officer in the Order of Jewry and the WJC affiliate
the Throne" by King Has- here.. In conjunction with
san at ceremonies held at the' WJC, Amar organized
the Royal Palace here, the the historic conferencir of
World Jewish. Congress re- Morrocan Jews in the.coun-
try two months ago..
ported last week.
Amar, a prominent busi-
nessman, is secretary:
The award ceremony at
the Royal Palace was held
on the occasion of the Ki
birthday and received wide
media attention in the
country'. Its significance
was underlined by the
presence of the diplomatic
corps, all senior members of
the government, and the
highest civil and military
perionalities of the king-