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March 16, 1984 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jewish News sold

Continued from Page 1
community and plan to con-
tinue to build upon an al-
ready excellent and respected
newspaper," said Buerger,
who announced plans to pro-
vide more in-depth local
coverage, features and news
stories, and enhance the
graphics and look of the
newspaper in the months
ahead.
Buerger is a publisher of
Who's Who In World Jewry
and is active in the Baltimore
Jewish community. He is on
the board of the Associated
Jewish Charities and Wel-
fare Fund and its campaign
cabinet, and has also served
on the boards of the Balti-
more Jewish Community Re-
lations Council, RP Founda-
ion and Johns Hopkins Chil-
dren's Development Fund.

(I)

Rosenblatt is a five-time
winner of the Smolar Award
for Excellence in Jewish
Journalism, awarded an-
nually bylhe Council of
Jewish Federations, and
has twice been the recipient
of the Rockower Award
which is given each year by
the American Jewish Press
Association. He has been
editor of the Baltimore
Jewish Times for more than
nine years and prtviously

worked as assistant editor
of the Jewish Week in New
York and national pro-
gramming sports editor of
TV Guide. He also wrote
regularly for the New York
Times and London Jewish
Chronicle and has contrib-
uted articles to a number of
national publications.
"It's an honor for me to be
working with Phil
Slomovitz, a mentor and in-
spiration to anyone in the
field of Jewish journalism,"
said Rosenblatt. _
He and Buerger, who will
commute between Balti-
more and Detroit, pledged
to remain true to the ideals
of The Jewish News credo,
which was set out in 1942
when the paper began pub-
lication. These include the
pursuit of truth, service to
the Jewish community, and
to remain a patron of prin-
ciple rather than a disciple
of partisanship.
Under Buerger and
Rosenblatt, the Baltimore
Jewish Times has more
than doubled its size over
the last decade (now averag-
ing about 150 pages a week)
and has won numerous na-
tional awards for its news
and feature reporting,
editorials and graphic de-
sign.

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