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Friday, April 12, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LOCAL NEWS

Jewish News Is Cited
In Rockower Contest

New York — The Detroit
Jewish News won several major
awards in the annual Simon Roc-
kower competition for North
American Jewish journalists.
Gary Rosenblatt, editor of both
The Jewish News and the Balti-
more Jewish Times, tied for first
place in the distinguished feature
writing category for his Oct. 12
article on "The Simon Wiesenthal
Center: State-of-the-art Activism
or Hollywood Hype?" Rosenblatt's
story on "Desert Dialog," which
appeared in Baltimore, took third
place for distinguished news re-
porting.
Tedd Schneider, staff writer at
The Jewish News for six years,
took a third place award in fea-
ture writing for "City Limits," a
story about Jews who still live in
the city of Detroit. The story ap-
peared in The Jewish News last
June.
The Jewish News took second
prize for excellence in layout, de-
sign and make-up in the news-
paper category. Art director Kim
Muller-Thym was cited for The
Jewish News, was named first
prize winner for magazine format
for the Baltimore Jewish Times,
and was given an honorable men-
tion for the B'nai B'rit Interna-
tional Jewish Monthly.
Muller-Thym also won third
prize for coverage of literature or
the arts for her "The Man Who
Loves Graphic Design" which ap-
peared in Baltimore.
Other winners:
For distinguishes news report-
ing — first prize: A two-way tie
between Ian Blynn, Philadelphia
Jewish Exponent, "Tension in
Overbrook Park," and Phil
Jacobs, BaltiMore Jewish Times,
"Synagogue Fires Haunt a Com-
munity."
Second prize: Walter Ruby,
Jewish Student Press Service,
New York "When Zionism Equals
Racism."
For distinguished editorial
writing — first prize: David C.
Gross, the Jewish Week (New
York), `"Tachlis' Talk with
Mubarak. Has Israel Been Worth
It?" Second prize: Andy Muchin,
Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
(Milwaukee), "Ignoring the
Munich 11." Third prize: Al Er-
lick, Philadelphia Jewish Expo-
nent, "Prayer issue forces hard
choices;" "'Equal Access' is alive
once again," and "Religion and
politics means danger,"a three-
part editorial series.
For distinguished feature writ-
ing — first prize: A two-way be-
tween Chris Leppek, Intermoun-
tain Jewish News (Denver), "Very
Important - Where Motherhood
and Courage Meet," and Gary,
Rosenblatt, "Simon Wiesenthal
Center."
Second prize: A three-way tie
among Lark Ellen Gould, Hadas-
sah Magazine (New York),
"Ethiopian Journey;" Martin
Pomerance, Palm Beach Jewish
World, "The Aging of Our El-
derly," and the staff, B'nai B'rith
International Jewish Monthly
(Washington, D.C.), "Fact and
Folklore of Familiar Jewish
Things."
Third prize: A two-way tie be-
tween Alan Jaffe, Bryna N. Pas-
ton, Rhonda Hoffman, Jewish

Times of the Greater Northeast
(Philadelphia), "To Be Or Not To
Be . . . Single," and Tedd
Schneider Detroit Jewish News,
"City Limits."
For distinguished commentary
— First prize: Daniel Chazin,
Jewish Student Press Service,
"Tuition Tax Credit Laws Hold
Dangers for Jewish and Public
Interest." Second Prize: Walter
Ruby, Women's American ORT
Reporter (New York), "Time to
Accept Russian Jews." Third
prize: A two-way tie between
Martin Pomerance, Palm Beach
Jewish World, "Is Irving Kristol
Isaiah or Chicken Little?" and

Features and make-up
win national awards.

Stan Rose, Kansas City jewish
Chronicle, "After a Diversion, It's
Back to the Basics in the Middle
East."
For distinguished coverage of
literature or the arts — First
prize: Benny Morris, B'nai B'rith
International Jewish Monthly
(Washington, D.C.), "The Land of
Oz." Second prize: Arthur J.
Magida, Baltimore Jewish Time,s
"The Last Jews of Radauti." Third
prize: Kim Muller-Thym, Balti-
more Jewish Times, "The Man'
Who Loves Graphic Design."
For excellence in layout, design
and make-up (Newspaper For-
mat) — First prize: Jewish Week
(New York), Phillip Ritzenberg,
publisher. Second prize: Detroit
Jewish News, Kim Muller-Thym,
art director. Third prize: Jewish
Week (Washington, D.C.), Charles
Fenyvesi, editor.
For excellence in layout, design
and make-up (magazine format)
— First prize: Baltimore Jewish
Times, Kim Muller-Thym, art di-
rector. Second prize: Hadassah
Magazine (New York), Alan
Tigay, executive editor. Third
prize: Long Island Jewish World,
Naomi Lippman, editor. Honora-
ble Mention: B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional Jewish Monthly, Kim
Muller-Thym.
The contest covered published
materials in the Hebrew calendar
yearof 5744, which concluded
Sept. 27, 1984. Plaques and prizes
will be presented at the AJPA
Convention, May 7-10, in
Scottsdale, Ariz.
Nearly 300 entries were sub-
mitted in the six categories.

Hospital Has
Infant Hearing Test

Doctors at Providence Hospital
have developed a program to sc-
reen new-born children for hear-
ing problems. The program uses
the Linco-Bennett Auditory Re-
sponse Cradle, an instrument
which allows testing on infants
weighing more than five pounds
to determine their potential for
hearing.
For information, call the hospi-
tal's audiology department, 424-
3000.
Meanwhile, the annual Provi-
dence Novi Run has been
scheduled for 1 p.m. April 28 at
Novi High School. For informa-
tion or entry forms, call Novi
Parks and Recreation, 349-1976.

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