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Chicago Lawyers Establish Perpetual Scholarship Fund for Hebrew U.

February 17, 1960
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A perpetual fellowship fund for the Law School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has been established by the Decalogue Society of Lawyers of Chicago, it was announced today by Meyer Weinberg, president of the Society.

Eugene Bernstein, chairman of the fund, stated that its goal is $50,000. The income from the fund will be used each year for a Hebrew University Law School fellowship in honor or in memory of an outstanding lawyer. The first fellowship will be in memory of Archie H. Cohen, past president of the Decalogue Society and an outstanding leader of Chicago Jewry for many years

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