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February 06, 1987 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-06

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LOCAL NEWS

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Hebrew U. Plans
Alumni Reunion

737-4144

Rep. Sander Levin

Sen. Carl Levin and Con-
gressman Sander Levin have
been named co-winners of the
American Friends of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem
Scopus Award.
The award will be presented
to the Levins in the spring to
coincide with the 20th an-
niversary of the reunification
of Jerusalem and the return of
the Hebrew University to its
original home on Mt. Scopus,

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announced Harvey Grace,
president of the Michigan
Chapter. Phillip Fisher
chaired the committee which
drafted the nomination in sup-
port of the Levins.
Previous recipients have
been President Gerald R. Ford,
Louis Berry and Emma
Schaver.
For more than 62 years the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem has fulfilled the
prophecy of its founders by be-
coming a world renowned in-
stitution of higher learning
and an international center for
research.
Today, more than 17,000
students study at the four
campuses of the Hebrew Uni-
versity within a network of
seven faculties and 12 schools.
For information, contact
Shayna Silverman at the
American Friends of the He-
brew University, Michigan
Chapter, 357-0510.

The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem is currently search-
ing for students who attended
any of the programs at the uni-
versity since 1925. A special
alumni reunion is being
formed in the Detroit-
Michigan area.
Organizers hope to hold a
reunion to coincide with the ac-
tivity surrounding the 20th
anniversary of the reunifica-
tion of Jerusalem and the re-
turn of the Hebrew University
to the Mt. Scopus campus.
Individuals who attended
courses or programs affiliated
with the university should con-
tact the local office, 29100
Northwestern Hwy., Suite 120,
Southfield, 48034, or contact
Shayna Silverman, 357-0510.

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:',1985 General Foods Corporation

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Friday, February 6, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Carol Rittner, left, was recently presented with a copy of the
Jewish Community Council-developed curriculum for teaching
of the Holocaust to public high school students. Pictured with her
are, from left: Franklin J. Ellias , Betty Rotberg Ellias and Dr. Sid
Bolkosky.

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