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June 15, 1990 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-15

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Dr. Joseph and Nancy Jacobson greet Professor Alexander Lerner.

Weizmann Institute
Names Dr. Jacobson

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The Detroit Committee for
the Weizmann Institute of
Science has named Dr. Joseph
M. Jacobson as chairman. He
succeeds Robert Sosnick, who
held the position for eight
years.
Dr. Jacobson serves on the
boards of Sinai Hospital, the
Holocaust Memorial Center,
the Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice, the Jewish Welfare

Federation, and Liberty State
Bank, Oakland.
After a brief business
meeting last week, the board
heard Professor Alexander
Lerner, Soviet cybernetics ex-
pert who immigrated to Israel
in 1988 after living in refusal
in Moscow for 16 years. Dr.
Lerner is a member of the
professional staff of the Weiz-
mann Institute.

Association Plans
Benefit For Ethiopians

The Michigan Association
for Ethiopian Jewry will host
a dessert soiree 9:30 p.m.
June 23 at the home of Mira
Eisenberg, 2995 Chambord,
West Bloomfield.
Senator Carl Levin, foun-
ding member of the Congres-
sional Caucus for Ethiopian
Jewry, will be the guest of
honor.

The soiree will be strictly
kosher. There is a charge. For
information, call Mira
Eisenberg, 626-9531.

The Michigan Association
for Ethiopian Jewry has been
reactivated in light of the in-
creasingly dangerous situa-
tion Jews now face there. The
turmoil of warfare, political
instability, combined with
starvation and anti-
Semitism, makes the survival
of the remaining Jewish
population more tenuous and
precarious every day. The
MAEJ is committed to their
survival and eventual resttle-
ment with their families in
Israel.

'Jewish News' Wins
Four Press Awards

The Jewish News received
four awards last week in the
annual Simon Rockower
contest for excellence in
Jewish journalism, in-
cluding a first-place citation
to Assistant Editor
Elizabeth Applebaum in the
investigative reporting
category.
Applebaum won for her
March 1989 article on the
Palestine Aid Society.
Staff Writer Kimberly Lif-
ton received two honorable
mentions, one for an in-
vestigative story on aging

and a second for a news story
on trade and Israel.
The Jewish News was also
cited for excellence in
overall graphic design in the
category of newspapers with
a circulation over 15,000.
The awards are sponsored
by the American Jewish
Press Association.

Five additional awards
were given to the two sister
publications of The Jewish
News, the Baltimore Jewish
Times and the Atlanta Jew-
ish Times.

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