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News Brief

January 3, 1973
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Establishment of an annual award by the Jewish Book Council of the National Jewish Welfare Board for the most distinguished book on Jewish history has been announced by Dr. Eugene Borowitz, Council president. The award of $500 and a citation will be presented in the name of Bernard H. Marks of the Hebrew Publishing Co. The prize for a book published in 1972 will be presented at the 1973 spring meeting of the Council. To be considered, books must have been written in English, Hebrew or Yiddish, and the author must be a citizen or resident of the U.S. or Canada.

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