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July 17, 1981 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-17

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Friday, July 11, 1981

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Holocaust Barbarities Told in Newman's
Illustrated Yiddish Book 'Songs of the Past'

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Dov Newman is a poet
whose verses are charged
with deep emotions.
They are reminiscences of
a tragic past, of his having
witnessed the bestialities of
the Nazi era.
He is the survivor whose
voice cries out for remembr-
ance, for retention of the
knowledge that a people
that had • been glorified
among the most cultured
should have nurtured the
horrors of mass murders.
"Lieder fun der Fer-
gangenheit," "Songs of

the Past," represent his
lyrical paean against the
tyrannies.
They recall the horrors,
list the areas where the
murderous tactics were per-
formed.
He reminds the genera-
tion of the failure of man-
kind to acknowledge the
truth, to treat the bar-
barities with the protest
that was limited to the few
who understood the suffer-
ings of the Jewish victims.
Dov Newman, Kiryat
Giora, 18 Hakalanit Street,

Haig Declines
Invite When
Israel Shunned

When Only The
Best is Enough

Or Jehuda, 60200, Israel, is
the address of the author
and publisher. His poetry
was published in Israel. It
has inspired commenda-
tions for the deeply moving
impressions of an age that
required courage and resis-
tance.
While emphasizing the
part played by the author
as a member of the un-

derground anti-Nazi par-
tisans, his many poems
are in themselves im-
pressions of resistance to
tyranny — the resisting
being in the adherence to
faith and refusal to be to-
tally destroyed by the be-
asts in the ranks of the
Nazis.

Emotionally disturbed by

the prejudices that accom-
panied treatment of the
Holocaust by Russia, the
poet expressed his sense of
protest in verses about the
Babi Yar mass murder and
mass interment of 60,000
Jews in the Nazi-made
grave near Kiev in the Uk-
raine.
Newman also is an artist
of the resistance. His poems
are accompanied by numer-
ous impressive pen draw-
ings.
Dov Newman's poems
and accompanying illustra-
tions collectively comprise a
valuable addition to the lit-
erature and art by survivors
of the Holocaust. They
add great value to "Lieder
fun der Fergangenheit."

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UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — The United States,
Canada and Norway
boycotted Monday night a
diplomatic dinner given by
the Association of South-
East Asian Nations (A-
SEAN) in honor of the open-
ing of the Kampuchia con-
ference here, because the
hosts withdrew an invita-
tion to Israel.
Secretary of State Ale-
xander Haig, who was ex-
pected to participate in the
dinner, declined to attend
after learning of the move
against Israel. A State De-
partment spokesman said
that "in fairness and
equity" Haig could not
attend if Israel was barred
from the dinner.
The invitation to Israel
was withdrawn by the
South-East Asian hosts
after they discovered that
two of the members the
Moslem nations of In-
donesia and Malaysia —
had no relations with Israel.

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Jewish Paper
Folds in N.J.,
New One Opens

UNION, N.J. (JTA) —
The Jewish Community
News, the official weekly
publication of the Jewish
federation of central New
Jersey, ended publication
this week and was suc-
ceeded by the Jewish Hori-
zon, published by a philan-
thropic group of Jews. The
Jewish Community News
had been published for 19
years.
The Jewish Horizon will
be published by an indepen-
dent, non-profit educational
and charitable corporation.
Fran Gold, editor of the fed-
eration publication, has be-
come editor of the Jewish
Horizon.



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Pictured above are two examples of the illustra-
tions contained in Dov Newman's Yiddish publication

"Lieder fun der Fergangenheit."

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