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Joseph Meyerhoff Chair Dedicated at Hebrew U; Schwartz Gets Honorary Doctorate

April 1, 1968
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A chair of special education was dedicated at the Hebrew University in the name of Joseph Meyerhoff, of Baltimore, former national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. The dedication ceremonies were attended by Ambassador Avraham Harman, President of the Hebrew University, Eliahu Elath, former president and Aryeh Pincus, chairman of the Jewish Agency. The chair was endowed by the American Friends of the Hebrew University.

The Board of Governors of the University named Dr. Joseph Schwartz, of New York, vice-president of the Israel Bond Organization, as an honorary governor and awarded him an honorary doctorate in recognition of his work for the bond campaign. Dr. Schwartz was one of two Americans to receive honorary doctorates and one of seven named honorary members of the Board of Governors.

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