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July 06, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-06

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40 Friday, July 6, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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hive staff is only beginning to turn its
attention to its public programs: it
plans an introductory exhibit in Sep-
tember, a second on the Eichmann
trial, a lecture by a Rutgers professor
who's studied media coverage of the
Skokie Nazi demonstration. Beyond
that, people have plenty of ideas, but
no firm budget or schedule. The
operative philosophy seems to be
grab the stuff while it's still 'around,
worry later about what to do with it.
One of the Schreibman & Co.'s
smarter moves, however, was to put
together a 30-minute tape, snippets
of the trove. While budgets circulate
and renovation proceeds, the tape
tells with surprising eloquence what
the archive is about. "It just knocks
you out, the scope, the range," ac-
knowledges Schreibman, who has
obviously learned a thing or two
about the emotional impact of edit-
ing. Audiences — like the 400 people
at the archive's opening ceremony —
who see the tape come•to agree that
"this is powerful, important mate-
rial. And we're making it available to
everyone."
In half an hour, 30-odd bits of

film and tape flicker by: Abba Eban's
maiden UN speech for the Israeli
delegation in 1949; a campy catfight
between the two mothers claiming an
infant as "You Are There"
dramatizes Solomon's court; Edward
R. Murrow chatting with David
Ben-Gurion; Sammy Davis Jr. tout-
ing Manischewitz ("I dig it, man");
Barbara Walters interviewing Sadat
and Begin in Jerusalem; Rhoda and
her mom euphemistically bickering
about whether Rhoda should please
her parents with a "big" wedding.
And finally, as Isaac Stern plays and
Leontyne Price trills, Zubin Mehta
concludes a 30th anniversary of
statehood concert, turning from the
Israel Philharmonic towards the
huge outdoor audience and leading
the multitudes in "Hatikvah."

When it's over, the viewer can
only shrug, reach for a checkbook,
and wish the National Jewish Arc-
hive of Broadcasting long life. Wher-
ever these images belong, whatever
eventually becomes of them, they
should be salvaged from deteriora-
tion and dumpsters.

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