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Hoffman Series Cited
In NIF Competition

Charles Hoffman's five-part
series last year for The Jewish
News and the Baltimore Jewish
Times on the Jewish Agency of
Israel, "Where Do All Our
Dollars Go?" has received a
special honorary citation in the
second annual New Israel Fund
Award competition for Outstan-
ding Reporting.
Thomas L. Friedman,
Jerusalem bureau chief for the
New York Times, received the
$1,000 first prize for his three-
part series on life in Israel.
Barbara Rosewicz also receiv-
ed a special honorary citation
for her article in the Wall Street
Journal last December on
Israel's intelligence agency,
Shin Bet.
The New Israel Fund (NEE)
Award was established in 1985
to recognize outstanding repor-
ting by an individual whose

coverage of Israel improves the
public's understanding of the
social problems and the
democratic process in contem-
porary Israel.
A panel of distinguished
judges was co-chaired by David
Shipler of the New York Times
and Wolf Blitzer, Washington
correspondent for the
Jerusalem Post and a number
of American Jewish publica-
tions, including The Jewish

News.

The Baltimore Jewish Times
is the only American Jewish
publication to have been cited
in the two years of competition
for the New Israel Fund Award.
Last year, contributing editor
Elsa Solender received a special
honorary citation for her arti-
cle on Ethiopian Jews, which
also appeared in The Jewish

News.

Groner Elected To Post

Rabbi Groner is in line to
assume the presidency of the
SCA. That office rotates among
the three denominations, Or-
thodox, Reform and Conser-
vative. The current president is
Orthodox; Rabbi Groner is a
Conservative rabbi.

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Friday, June 19, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Irwin Groner

Rabbi Irwin Groner, spiritual
leader of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
has been elected first vice presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council
of America, the national asso-
ciation of rabbinic and congre-
gational branches of Conser-
vative, Orthodox and Reform
Judaism.
In his new capacity, Rabbi
Groner said he will "work close-
ly with the president of the
SCA — Rabbi Gilbert Klaper-
man — to formulate positions
and policies on major issues
confronting the synagogue com-
munity."
Rabbi Groner has been with
Shaarey Zedek since 1959 and
became its rabbi in 1967.
As the first vice president,

Rabbi Groner said having a
Detroiter on the national SCA
board would be a boon to
Detroit Jewry. He said the SCA
`can help define and shape" a
response to issues affecting
Detroit Jewry. Specifically, he
said on the issue of a Jewish
hospice for Detroit, which he
called a priority issue for
himself, the SCA has a working
partnership with a national
hospice organization which
would benefit advocates of a
Jewish hospice here.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
(US PS 275-520) is published every
Friday with additional supplements
the fourth week of March, the fourth
week of August and the second
week of November at 20300 Civic
Center Drive, Southfield, Michigan
and additional mailing offices.

Second class postage paid at
Southfield, Michigan and other
cities.

Postmaster: Send changes to:
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS, 20300
Civic Center Drive, Suite 240, South-
field, Michigan 48076

$24 per year
$26 per year out of state
60' single copy

Vol. XCI No. 17

June 19, 1987

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