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October 11, 1968 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-11

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Argentine Bishop Advises Israel to Rebuild Its Exhibit



BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — Msgr.
Ernesto Segura, bishop of the
Buenos Aires suburb of Belgrano,
urged the Israel government to re-
build its commercial exhibit de-
stroyed by fire at the Buenos Aires
fairgrounds a week ago. Msgr.
Segura spoke to Israel's ambassa-
dor, Moshe Alon, on behalf of the
Association for the Argentine House
in Israel, of which the bishop is
chairman. He stressed that the ex-
hibit was important for relations
between the two countries and said
"we are absolutely sure that all
national circles will unite to over-
come all difficulties in the way of
this great endeavor of the spirit."
Ambassador Alon replied that "this
request is very encouraging for
us" and expressed the hope that
the Israel government and people
would consider it."
The $2,000,000 Israeli pavilion,
- We are absolutely sure that all
which was to have opened on Tues-
day contained displays of Israeli
industrial and agricultural equip-
ment and a wide range of other
Israeli merchandise and cultural
items. Initial reports attributed the
fire to two incendiary bombs and
indicated that sabotage was re-

Stolarsky Stars
in New WS 0 Play

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, October 11, 1968

sponsible. But Argentina's Interior I act.
Minister Dr. Guillermo Borda said 1 DAIA, central representative
that the evidence was insufficient, body of Argentine Jewry, insisted
to rule that the fire was a criminal that evidence pointed to sabotage

OCTOBER SPECIAL

FRIDAY ONLY-5 P.M. TO 8 P.M.

FISH DINNER

The Detroit Institute of Arts Concert Series
Edith J. Freeman, Chairman

PENNSYLVANIA BALLET, company of 50 with orchestra.
GALA OPENING

Monday, Oct. 21 — 8:30 p.m. AUDITORIUM
Tickets: $5, $4, $3, $2.50 at Detroit Institute of Arts,
Grinnells and J. L. Hudson Ticket Services.

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Paul Stolarsky, of 3761 Kenmore,
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man in "Enter Laughing," the first
production of the 1968-69 season
which begins at Wayne State Uni-
versity's Bonstelle Theater.
This play, based on the novel
by noted comedian Carl Reiner,
was a high point of the 1963 New
York Season. The play is about the
dreams of a young man living in
New York City during the De-
pression.
Stolarsky is a teacher at Win-
ship Junior High School, and has
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Funny Thing Happened on the
Way to the Forum" at the Bon-
stelle Theater in past years.

When UD4Y SHANKER, one of
the great cultural figures of the
20th century, and his celebrated
troupe of Hindu dancers and musi-
cians perform at the Scottish Rite
Cathedral of the Masonic Temple,
8:20 p.m. Oct. 27, they will be
appearing in response to the tre-
mendous resurge of interest in the
arts of India.

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