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Jewish News Names
Arthur M. Horwitz has been
appointed to the new position of
associate publisher of The Jewish
News, according to publisher
Horwitz will be responsible,
with Carmi Slomovitz, for the
day-to-day management and
leadership of The Jewish News,
including its news, advertising,
circulation, production depart-
ments and community relations.
He will work closely with
Buerger and editor Gary
Rosenblatt on charting the publi-
cation's record growth and con-
tinued improvement in content.
Horwitz, 32; said he is "excited
by the prospect of helping to
shape the future of one of the
finest Jewish newspapers in
America in one of the finest
Jewish communities in the coun-
try. I look forward to meeting
with, and talking to, a cross-
section of the community to as-
sure The Jewish News keeps in
touch with the needs of its
readers and advertisers."
Buerger said he was "delighted
to bring on board someone with
an outstanding education and ex-
cellent experience in newspaper
publishing as well as a deep in-
volvement in communal Jewish
life. I am certain that the rela-
tionship between The Jewish
News and the community will
continue to flourish and grow
even stronger with Arthur here."
Prior to assuming The Jewish
News position, Horwitz served as
marketing and research manager
of The Baltimore Sun, responsi-
ble for planning, organizing and
implementing strategies and
programs designed to build
readership, circulation and ad-
vertising. His news room experi-
ence was obtained at the New
Haven (Conn.) Register and
Journal Courier where, over a
10-year period, he was a reporter,
copy deskman, bureau chief and
While in Baltimore, Horwitz
was a member of the Jewish
Community Center's board of di-
rectors, its executive committee
as an officer, and chairman of its
marketing committee. Addi-
tionally, he was a member of sev-
eral Associated Jewish Charities
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including its public relations pol-
icy committee, television sub-
committee, population study
advisory committee and technical
advisory subcommittee. Horwitz
also was a member of Sabra
Lodge, B'nai B'rith and on the
business curriculum advisory
board for the Community College
In Connecticut, Horwitz was a
member of the New Haven
Jewish Community Center Board
of Directors, Horeb Lodge, B'nai
B'rith and Connecticut Valley
Region's B'nai B'rith Youth
Horwitz received a bachelor's
degree from the University of
Connecticut and a master's de-
gree in management from the
Yale School of Organization and
Management. He, his wife, Gina,
and son, Daniel, are residing in
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In honor of Israel's 38th birth-
day, Rep. David Gubow will act
as emcee for an afternoon of fam-
ily fun on May 18 at 1 p.m. at the
main Jewish Community Center.
(The Israeli Independence Day
kickoff, originally scheduled for
Wednesday at noon in downtoi,vn
Detroit, has been canceled.)
The May 18 "Celebrate Israel"
program features an address by
Sen. Donald Riegle beginning at
1:30 p.m. A Jewish War Veterans
color guard will open the cere-
monies, during which Michigan's
12th Maccabiad athletes will be
Also to -be recognized are
Michigan youth who have
worked or studied in Israel as
part of formal programs from
1985-1986. Beverly Liss will pre-
sent them with certificates of
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by the Abraham Ben Ze'ev
Band and Hora Aviv Dance
The formal program will close
with Larry Jackier's presentation
of awards to members of the win-
ning team in the Israel knowl-
edge quiz. Students from 14 area
religious and Hebrew day schools
All day long, booths will be
open for sales of Israeli-made
products and t-shirts bearing the
"Celebrate Israel" design.
More than 20 organizations
will participate in a display, ti-
tled "A Walk Through Israel,"
which will show work, study, and
travel opportunities in Israel.
Sponsor for the day is the
Jewish Community Council in
cooperation with the Detroit
Zionist Federation and the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
The annual observance of Yom
Hazikaron, which traditionally
precedes Yom Ha-Atzmaut, will
be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The Israeli
Community of Detroit is coor-.
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