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November 08, 1985 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-08

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10 Friday, November 8, 1985

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Detroiters Stanley Frankel and Larry Jackier, left, and Paul D.
Borman, right, presented a Michigan flag and a key to the City of
Detroit to Ramla Mayor Yoram Rabi during the recent United
Jewish Appeal President's Mission to Israel. Ramla is Detroit's
Project Renewal sister city.

YOU'LL FIND MORE
PARTS IN THE BRACELET
OF THIS AWARD-WINNING
THALASSA THAN YOU WILL IN THE
ENGINE*OF A ROLLS-ROYCE!

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The Holocaust Memorial Center's Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig and
Henry Dorfman, left, and Jack Robinson, right, present the HMC's
first Righteousness Award to Sen. Robert Dole and Rep. Thomas
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Ethiopian Article Wins
1985 Smolar Award

A feature article on Ethiopian year. In the Magazine category,
Jewry which appeared in The Richard Scheinin of the
Jewish News Jan. 11, 1985 has Philadelphia Jewish Exponent's
been awarded the Smolar Award quarterly publication, Inside,
for Excellence in North Ameri- won a Smolar Award for the
can Jewish Journalism for 1985. story of New York dentist
The article by Elsa Solender, Charles Kremer's 45-year pur-
an editor of the Baltimore suit of Nazi war criminal Vale-
Jewish Times and a contributor rian Trifa.
The two journalists were
to The Jewish News, won in the
public affairs category. The arti- selected out of a total of 102
cle, was a moving account of a entrants to this year's competi-
trip she took to Ethiopia with a tion.
group of Americans and Cana-
dians last November, when Op-
eration Moses was about to be
launched. Her account provided
a rare, inside look at the lives of Breakthrough
Jews still in Ethiopia, their ap-
Jerusalem — A way to enrich
pearance, their customs that are
similar to, yet different from, bone marrow in mice prior to
extracting it for bone-marrow
our own, their history, the con-
dition they are in, and their transfusion has been developed_,
yearning for the promised land at the Hebrew University Fa-
culty of Medicine. Transfusion of
of Israel.
The award was the only one bone marrow is a technique
sometimes used in treating
given by the Smolar Committee
. -_-_-,- -
among weekly publications this leukemia.

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