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November 25, 1960 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-25

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Staples, Olefsky Perform Double
Concerto with Center Symphony

Violinist Gordon Staples, as-
sistant concertmaster of the De-
troit Symphony, and Paul Olef-
sky, former solo cellist of the
Detroit Symphony, will perform
Brahms' Concerto for Violin
and Cello, Op. 102 in A Minor
(Double Concerto) at the next
concert of the Jewish Com-
munity Center Symphony 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in the DeRoy
Theater.
Julius Chajes will conduct
the orchestra in Bach's Bran-
denburg Concerto No. 3 in G
Major, Haydn's Symphony No.
2 in D Major, and Rolf Lieber-
mann's Suite on Six Swiss Folk

RICHMOND

Miami Beach hotels are fully or-
Songs. This is the Detroit pre-
miere of the Liebermann work. ganized for one of the most im-
Gordon Staples bowed at 13 pressive seasons in the resort
and was a staff soloist for the . city's history.
Improved and modernized fa-
Canadian Broadcasting Corpo-
cilities, emphasis on the best
restaurant services, and plans to
provide for the guests' require-
ments have been arranged by
experts in the hotel business.
The Algiers Hotel, already a
favorite of honeymooners, an-
nounced special inducements to
lure those just married.
Headlining a list of attractive

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t the Phila.
cademy with
in New York
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s concertmaster
mist with the U.S.
and and Symphony in
Washington, has toured Amer-
ica, Canada and Latin Amer-
ica, and has soloed with the
Detroit Symphony, New York
ew Orleans
Little Sy
Vancouver
Philhar tic an
Symp ny.
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Philadel-
,pa cellis with t
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ell, Chau-
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tudied t the Curtis
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and with
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blo Casa
Olefsk ave ,187 concerts for
servics en in the Pacific during
Wo War II, has soloed with
Philadelphia Orchestra, Chi-
cago Symphony, Grant Park
Symphony, Detroit Symphony,
Chautauqua Symphony, and on
NBC's Bell Telephone Hour.
available at the

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Recommended by America's Leading
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ID ROSN

, former State
eek announced
ering the race for
mmon Pleas Court,
rimaries to be held
The election is to be
April 3.
Blondy resides with his wife
and two children at 17350 Rose-
lawn. A lifelong Detroiter, he
received his education here and
was graduated from the U. of D.
Law School and has practiced
law here for 35 years.
He is a member of A
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ention
French Communist Vows
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Miami Beach hotels Planning Improved
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'FRONT T 29th STREF" • MIAMI BEACH, FLA.

PARIS (JTA) — Experts on
Soviet affairs here charged that
the Soviet press is continuing its
"petty but dangerous" anti-Jewish
campaign and singled • out the
Komsomolskaya Pravda, Moscow
daily newspaper which is espe-
cially influential among Soviet
youth, as carrying articles of
anti-Jewish characters.
The issue of Komsomolskaya
Pravda of Sept. 16 was cited as
an example. An article in this
issue denounces "crooks". who
"pretend to be sick" and take up
places in Black Sea rest homes
and sanatoriums. The article
listed the names of such "crooks"
to emphasize that the majority
of them are Jews.

Dutch Orchestra
Alters Program
for Israel Event

The Netherlands Chamb
chestra, now visiting Is
ges in
to make last-minute
of Israeli
its program beca
sion of the
objections to i
adings, Dutch
work of Henk
of wartime col-
composer accu
the
laboration w
ly, Vat
theatrical w
ek.
ported this
rchestra
The Dutc
rg, a Je
Seymon Gol
ork of anoth
linist. The
d
was substi
Dutch compo
abo-
cused
for that of th
rator.
The trade journal noted that
Israel still bars talent deemed
to be trained by Nazi-collabora-
tion and cited a list of artists
and productions barred in Israel
for that reason.
"German-made pictures are not
shown in Israeli cinemas," it
said, "except if they are, co-
produced with another country o
labelled as 'Swiss' or 'Austrian,
and get away with it."
It pointed out that the music
o Strauss and Richard
till "taboo" in Israel
er w
and asserte • hat "Yehudi Menu-
ular with Israeli
hin is less,
se he—a Jew—ap-
audie • s be
peare -for German audiences
`too • • 1' a •r the war."
, 'Variety reported,
to
m artist, Marlene
nl ne eran
ietrich appeared in Israel- and
e " en sang in German." Her
he paper said, was a "tre-
dous success."

Joint Commission
Seeks Abolition of
House Committee

the
A resolution calling f
mmit-
abolition of the House
ities has
tee on Un-American A
Dint Com-
been adopted by th
tion of the
mission on Social
United Synagogu of America,
ssembly of
the Rabbinical
Nation 1
America and t
Women's League.
The resolution ecommend
House o
that the newly-ele
Representatives mov
this committee and trans er Its
investigatory functions to other
standing bodies. The Joint Com-
mission thus endorsed a recom-
mendation made this spring on
the floor of the House by James
Roosevelt.

That Communists in France
are becoming worried lest offi-
cially-condoned Soviet anti-Semi-
tism may lose friends for the
Soviet Union was seen here in the
fact that Maurice • ead-
1st, issue •
ing French Co
statement sa g that he
cular attent n to
"devote p
problem" when he
the Jew
attends e Communist world con-
Moscow.
gress
Th • z issued -
fore depa, n'
just
congress; folio ing
Mosc
re
meeti
with
esident o the
1st '
former
of France
lumel
Federati
y to probe
visited Ru
the situation of the Jews there.
He is president of France-USSR,
an organization devoted to devel-
oping greater friendship between
this country and the Soviet
Union.

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