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December 31, 1982 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-31

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8 Friday, December 31, 1982

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New York Arts Magazine Dedicates
Special Section to Yiddish Poetry

The Home Planet News, sketches of the contributing
an independent arts guar- poets.
terly published in New
Two pages are devoted to
York, contains a section de- the poet Menke Katz and an
voted to Yiddish poetry in interview with the poet fol-
its summer-fall edition lows. The section is high-
(Vol. 3 No. 3, issue 13). lighted with photographs of
some of the contributing
Dedicated in memory of poets.
Chaim Grade, the special
The section is intro-
Yiddish section contains duced by a "Focus on
poetry, most of which was Yiddish Poetry," by-lined
translated by Mindy Rin- Itzek Gottesman and B.
kewich, and biographical Lifshes.

FINAL MARKDOWN NOTICE!!!

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Shloime Schwartz, Meyer
Shticker, Moishe Steingart
and Rajzel Zychlinsky.

Translations also were
done by Seymour Levitan
and Aaron Kramer.
Following is a sample:

The Silver Lorelei

By JACOB GLATSTEIN

Translated by Mindy Rinkewich

The Silver Lorelei is a good cook,
She captivates him with her pious mien,
And through the artless kindness of her heart.
She captivates him with her tasty Jewish dishes —
Pleasing to the palate but planned to suit
His geriatric dietary needs as well.

The house is peaceful and quiet.
The Silver Lorelei combs her silver hair.

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Among the poets whose
works appear, in English,
are Martin Birnbaum,
Jacob Glatstein, Rokhl
Fishman, • Esther
Shumiacher Hirshbein,
Gabriel Preil, Beyle
Schaechter - Gottesman,

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GENERAL PUBLIC UNTIL MONDAY JANUARY 3, 1983!

The Silver Lorelei has hands or gold.
The proof of it — the walls display her art.
This match was made in heaven,
Certainly.

Lying about in a room
Are the nets the Lorelei used to cast,
As she swam from catch to catch,
Breaking father and mother rules
With her song.'

His own nets have also been put aside somewhere
no longer prized possessions of either.
Their memories barely retaining
The beds, the hungry years.

It's still not time for that.
A year will pass and another. year.
Then they will calmly share old pleasures,
Neither begrudging the other — and tell all.
A year will pass and another year.

The Silver Lorelei combs her silver hair!

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Light Ahead' Yiddish Film
Revitalized for Public Show

NEW YORK — A Yiddish
film, "The Light Ahead,"
missing for . some 30 years
and found in Europe, has
been revitalized for showing
in New York.
The film, named in Yid-
dish "Fishke der Kramer,"
(Fishke the Lame), depicts
Jewish life in the shtetls of
Eastern Europe. The film
stars David Opatoshu and
Helen Beverly.
The film was refurbished
and distributed by the Na-
tional Center for Jewish
Film. It was released in a
new print and soundtrack,
with English subtitles.
According to Sharon
Pucker Rivo, executive
director of the National
Center for Jewish Film,
"The Light Ahead" was
one of four Yiddish "tal-
kies" made by director
Edgar G. Ulman.
Mrs. Rivo said that Her-
man Axelbank, a collector
of Soviet films, found the
missing movie in Europe,

Correction

The name of the author
listed in a review of "A
Book of Songs" appearing
in the Dec. 17 issue of The
Jewish News was in error.
The author's name should
have read Dr. • Merritt
Linn, in the review pre-
pared by Jessie Stern. The
Jewish News regrets the
error.

and after his death the film
was acquired from Mr.
Axelbank's family by the
center's Rutenberg and
Everett Yiddish Film Li-
brary.

Cost of revitalizing the
film was estimated at
$20,000. Mr. Rivo said she
hoped to pay off debts incur-
red by the film's refurbish-
ing and to make money
toward the $40,000 esti-
mated cost to restore "The
Dybbuk" from the showing
of the film.

The film center is -ad-
ministered by the American
Jewish Historical Society.

Supplement Hits
PLO Terrorism

NEW YORK — An eight-
page\ newspaper supple-
ment in Spanish, titled
"PLO: Victim or
Executioner," has been sent
to more than 800 Spanish-
language newspapers and
radio and television sta-
tions in the U.S. by the
American Jewish Commit-
tee.
The supplement had been
created and published in
Argentina by the Center for
Social Studies of the DATA
(the representative body of
the Argentine Jewish com-
munity), and was distrib-
uted as a paid advertise-
ment in Argentine daily
newspapers.

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