Oxford, Ohio--On hand for the formal dedication program of the new Arthur Beerman Center of the Miami University Hillel were (l-r) Gerald F. Wilk, secretary of the Arthur Beerman Foundation, and Mrs. Arthur Beerman, widow of the late Mr. Beerman. The ceremonies were held Sunday (May 19) in the recently completed building at 11-15 East Walnut Street, Oxford. The Center was built with support from the Beerman Foundation and other benefactors and will serve as the headquarters for the activities of the Miami student organization who sponsered the program. On hand for the dinner-dedication were Judge Fred B. Cramer, serving as chairman of the event; Rabbi Albert Goldman of the Cincinnati Wise Temple; Rabbi Kenneth Ehrlich, advisor of the Hillel from Cincinnati; Oxford Mayor Gilbert Williams, who extended greetings, and Rabbi Max Newman. Included on the program were Dr. Dan R. Jacobs, Miami professors of political scrence, offering remarks in acknowledgement and recognition of the successful completion of the project; Mr. Wilks, making the presentation; Miss Marsha Heyman, a Columbus sophomore and president of Hillel, who accepted for the students and the organizations; Dr. Robert F. Etheridge, vice president for student affiairs, representing the university, and Rabbi Oscar Groner, representing B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations asassistant director.