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May 07, 1971 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-07

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CJFWF Establishes Smolar Journalism Award
Max M. Fisher, president of the

Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, announced the es-
tablishment of the Smolar Award
for Excellence in American Jewish
Journalism, named in honor of the
noted journalist and writer, Boris
Smolar.
Fisher said the award will rec-
ognize each year outstanding writ-
ing and reportage dealing particu-
larly with American Jews and
American Jewish communal de-
velopments.
The awards will honor the more
than half-century of distinguished
service rendered by Smolar to the
American Jewish press and the
American Jewish community. It
will be presented at the CJF's
BORIS SMOLAR
general assemblies.
rocedures and eligibility stand- during periods of Arab turmoil and
s for the award will be de- rioting in 1929 and 1936.
termined by a committee to be
As a roving correspondent for
designated by the Council.
the New York World, Smolar was
Smolar, whose latest book, stationed in Moscow for two years
"Soviet Jewry Today and To- where his reports in 1930 led di-
morrow"--observations based on rectly to the dissolution of Yev-
a recent visit and his long fa- sekzia, the Jewish section of the
miliarity with the Russian scene Communist party in the USSR.
—will soon b _ e released by Mac- Similarly, his dispatches from Ro-
millan, is currently editor-in- mania, after a pogrom there in

1930, resulted in the resignation of
Alexander Vayda Voevod, a no-
torious anti-Semitic leader and that
country's minister of the interior.
In Berlin in 1932, just before the
Nazis came to power, Smolar was
among the first American corre-
spondents to predict Hitler's ac-
cession and to warn of the grave
menace to the Jews in Germany.
He is a member of the board of
directors of American Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, American
ORT Federation and YWO.
In 1965, he was bestowed by
Pope Paul VI with the Amoris
Alumna Pax Medal, and is the
recipient of a citation from the
National Council of Christians and
Jews.

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Author of a number of books,
Smolar writes the widely read
column, "Between You and Me,"
syndicated by the JTA and appear-
ing in The Jewish News weekly.
A top foreign correspondent and
journalist, Smolar has covered the
crucial stories and arenas of Jew-
ish life both before and after
World War II in Europe, the Middle
East and America. A visitor to
Israel every year since its estab-
lishment in 1948, Smolar had
earlier reported events in Palestine

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