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March 21, 1969 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-21

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Gordon is conductor of the Dear-
Cantor Klein will sing Yiddish
born Symphony Orchestra and first
folk songs.
The Yiddish Committee invites violist of the Detroit Symphony
the community. Tickets are now Orchestra. This will mark his sec-
ond appearance as conductor of
available at the Center.
The Arts Festival will include tne Center Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to Chajes' concerto,
the Cinema Series presentation of
"Long Day's Journey Into Night" the program will include Beeth-
based on the play by Eugene oven's Symphony No. 4 and Mo-
O'Neill, 8 p.m. Thursday in DeRoy zart's Overture "Abduction from
Theater. Starring in the film classic Seraglio."
are Katherine Hepburn, Ralph
Richardson and Jason Robards Jr., Jordan Refuses
O'Neill wrote this autobiographi-
cal play in 1941, stipulating that it Body of Terrorist
not be performed during his life-
time because it is the story of in- Killed in Zurich
ternal conflicts in O'Neill's own
LONDON (JTA) — Jordanian
family.
authorities have refused to accept

The Jewish Center Arts Festival
'69 will present an evening of Yid-
dish theater and folk song spon-
sored by the Yiddish Committee
8:30 p.m. March 29 in the Aaron
DeRoy Theater.
Featured will be Dina Halpern,
actress in the Yiddish theater, and
Cantor Louis Klein-of Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
Miss Halpern, who has appeared

In Europe, Latin America and the
United States, is
a native of War-
saw. She is a

member of what
was Europe's
royal family of
the Yiddish thea-
ter, the Kamin-
skas, and began
her career with
the Warsaw Yid
dish Art Theater. Miss Halpern
Miss Halpern has had roles in mu-
sical comedy, operetta and serious

Julius Chajes will play his
Piano Concerto 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day in the theater honoring the
Festival and Jewish Music
Month. Nathan Gordon will con-
duct the Center Symphony Or-
chestra.

The first performance of this
concerto took place in 1953, with
Paul Paray conducting the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra and the com-
poser at the piano.

drama, starring in such plays as
"Pygmalion," Goldfadden's "The
Witch," "Anna Lucasta," "The
Little Foxes" and the "Hunchback
of Notre Dame."

Peres Tells ZOD Group of Arab

Role in Israel, Aims for Peace

Friday, March 21, 1969-17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arts Festival: Yiddish Theater.
Film Classic, Concert on Agenda

the body of an Arab terrorist kill-
ed last month's attack on an El
Al airliner at Zurich airport for
burial in Amman. As a result, the
body has been shunted betweeh
Zurich and Amsterdam and will
probably be interred in Switzer-
land.
The terrorist was shot by the
El Al security guard, Mordehai
Rahamim, a f ter he and three
others pepperel the aircraft with
machinegun bullets. A pilot trainee
aboard the plane was seriously
wounded.
The terrorist reportedly came to
Zurich from Amman. His coffin
was being shipped back via Am-
sterdam. Jordanian authorities in-
formed the air carrier that they
would not accept it because the
dead man had no connection with
them. Newsweek reported this
week that Israel's deputy state at-
torney, Gabriel Bach, has proceed-
ed to Zurich to prepare the defense
of Rahamim. Bach was an asso-
ciate prosecutor in the trial of for-
mer Gestapo colonel Adolf Eich-
mann.

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from coast-to-coast
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ability to withstand the Arab addressed the gathering in behalf
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El Fatah is as menacing to
them, if not more menacing to
them than to us," Peres said.
He emphasized that he was not

painting "a rosy _picture," that
there was a hard road ahead for
Israel, that "militarily we are
strong and our basic aim is to
avoid another war" but that it
must be, admitted that "we are
far from peace."

Peres said Israel is not worried
about an "imposed peace" be-

cause an attempt to resort to such

a plan failed in 1956 after the Sinai

Campaign.
He explained that it is "not out
of vanity" that Israel speaks about
military strength but out of the
necessity to remain alive and he
emphasized that "it is war that we
hate." He declared it to be the
major aim of his people to strive
for Jewish-Arab cooperation.
Pointing to the fact that Israel
b outnumbered by Arabs 50 to 1
and area-wise 500 to 1, Peres de-
plored the constant emphasis by
Arabs of "no negotiations, no
recognition, no talks of peace."
Peres said that as long as neces-
sary Israel will live within the
cease-fire limits, striving eventual-
ly to attain the desired peace.
"With your help we can meet

all dangers," Peres said. He de-
scribed the differences between
developed and underdeveloped
countries, the fact that develop-
ed countries like Israel are
Pressed for time, and he de-
plored the fact that terrorism
affects a land like Israel where
every life is precious, while for
backward people vast losses
have not served as deterrents to
barbaric acts. He also pointed

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