A. Tabachnick, J.t.a. Editorial Staff Member, Wins Literature Prize

Avrohom Tabachnick, the Yiddish poet and essayist, and A.M. Fuchs, the Israeli Yiddish novelist, were today awarded the Friedland Literature Prize for 1964.

Mr. Tabachnick, who is a Yiddish editor at the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, was awarded the $200 prize for his essay on the late poet Moshe Leib Halprin which was published in the December issue of Zukunft, a Yiddish literary magazine. Mr. Fuchs received the prize for his short story, “Red Hersh,” published in “Di Golden Keit,” an Israeli Yiddish literary magazine.

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