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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SEYMOUR

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film with English subtitles
added.
My Father's House, also
scheduled Wednesday, is
based on the novel by Meyer
Levin and stars actors of the
Habima Theater Company.
It's the story of a child's ob-
sessive search to find his
family alive in Palestine.
The Flying Matchmaker
will be shown Aug. 26. This
is a musical love story, set in
a Jewish village in Russia
before the revolution.
Series or single tickets
may be purchased at the
door. For information or
brochures, call the LZA
office, 967-3170.

The film festival is spon-
sored by the Labor Zionist
Alliance, National Commit-
tee for Labor Israel-
Histadrut, Labor Zionist In-
stitute and Habonim Labor
Zionist Youth.
Members of the film festi-
val committee are Helen
Naimark and Ethel Silberg,
co-chairpersons; Henry and
Freida Faigin, Leah Drach-
ler, Jean Levy, Norman
Naimark, Sonia Glaser,
Esther Klein, Dena and Irv-
ing Greenberg, Chana
Michlin, Irving and Han-
nah Pokempner, Alex
Blumenberg and Morris
Lieherman.

NEWS

New medal commemorates
author's eightieth birthday

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In 1945 Singer began
writing The Family Moskat,
which was serialized each
week in The Forward. He
has been writing for them
every since, ,saying "I ha-
ven't missed a week in all
these years, except that I
get four weeks' vacation."
Translated into English,
Singer's delightful stories
have appeared in Comme-
nary, The New Yorker, and
even Playboy.

While singer's literary
works are most widely
known in English, the
author has declared that
"Nothing can spoil a writer
more than writing for the
translator." Nothing has
spoiled Mr. Singer, hoever,
not even the Nobel Prize in
Literature. After receiving
the prestigious interna-
tional award, he said "I will
still live at the same ad-
dress. I will still have the
same telephone number. Do
you think that winning a
prize can change a man's
character?' , „ "I t

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To celebrate Isaac
Bashevis Singer's eightieth
birthday July 14, the
Jewish-American Hall of
Fame commissioned a
medal in honor of th distin-
guished author. A lifelike
portrait was created by
Prof. Robert Russin, who
captured Singer's personal-
ity in bronze. Singer per-
sonally supplied the quote
"Free will is life's essence"
that appears in English and
Yiddish on the reverse side
of he medal.
Twenty-nine year old
Isaac Bashevis Singer, sens-
ing the rapidly appoaching
catastrophe in Europe, fled
Poland and came to Ameri-
can in 1935. His sole claim
to fame was a single Yiddish
book published in Poland
Satan in Goray. Singer
feared that his lot "was to be
one of those' writers who
write one book and become
silent forever." For the next
ten years Singer barely
eked out a living as a critic
for the leading Yiddish
newspaper The Forward.,

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