30—Friday, October 22, 1971
2211 Woodward—WO 1.9494
All Color . . . All Action Pictures
With 'Lee VanCleef, Carol Baker
Also Telly Savalas in
"A TOWN CALLED HELL"
Every WEDNESDAY Ladles' Day
Late Show FRIDAY and SATURDAY
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7 GREAT STARS!
Tried To Nail Him-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Issues To ecrUSS Jews'
Songs on S il ent
Among the most deeply moving
documents relating to the condi-
tion of Russian Jewry and the plea
for the right to emigrate is a set
of freedom songs. Western Jewry
"SEE NO EVIL" (GP)
now is reached by the voices of
Mon. thru Fri. 7:30 A 9:30
dissident Jews who are pleading in
Fri. 6:00, 8:10
Sat. & Sun. 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00, 10:00 the songs released" by the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress under he
No Ladies Day During Construction
title "Silent No More."
ATLAS On bike. ov tin. h. I R tioVn2fle541630 The LP stereo record album fea-
All - Color Adult -Entertainment
tures the voice of the great Jewish
singer. Theodore Bikel.
The songs are based on tapes
Wk. Nights 7:30 & 10:15
SAT. & SUN. 4:20, 7:10, 10:00
that were smuggled out of Russia
by Ben Tzion, which is the pseud-
onym of an American scientist who
WK. NIGHTS 9:00 Only
visited the USSR. Bikel recorded
them with the accompaniment of
,SUN. 3:00, 5:55, 8:45.
Metro Entertainment Coupons Accepted an orchestra and an arrangement
made by Issachar Miron.
Underwriting the cost of this sig-
*BERKLEY- 12 Mlle-Coolidge, LI 24330 nificant product, the American
Barbara -Vreisand in
Jewish Congress has placed these
"ON A -CLEAR. DAY YOU
records on sale at $4.95.
CAN . SEE FOREVER"
Bikel and Miron contributed
Fitt, MON., TUES., WED. OPEN 6:15.
their services, and the proceeds
Shown 6:40, 10:30, Re-open Sat. Eve. 6:45
from the sale of the record will
Shown 8:45 only. Sun. Reopen 12:45.
Shown 2:40, 6:30, 10:20.
go for scholarships for Russian
All McGraw & Ryan O'Neil In
Jews at the Hebrew University
9 MI. & Greenfield Rd.
Keep Your Eye on What
She Cannot See
MIA FARROW IN
FRI., MON., TUES., WED. 8:50 Only.
Bikel, who is a co-chairman of
Sat. Eve. 7:05, 10:50, Sun. 1:00, 4:50, 8:40.
the AJCongress governing council,
SAT. & SUN. SPECIAL
the musical album had "ob-
CHILDREN'S MATINEE OPENS 1:15
3 STOOGE COMEDIES and KARTOON vious
politial implications." He
Arranged and conducted
A RARE GEM OF A COLLECTOR'S ALBUM FOR
FREEDOM LAVING AMERICANS,
The Freedom Songsof Soviejaivi;based on tapes
smuggled out of the U.S.S.R.
• A GREAT STAR LP. STEREO RECORDING.
IN COOPERATION WITH THE AMERICAN JeffIllil CPUIMIES$
said at a news conference in New them in the book of that title which director of musk for Israel's min-
he wrote after his visit to the istry of education and culture - and
"Pablo Casals said his cello was Soviet Union in 1965. Now the officer-in-chief of art and music
S. Woodward at Maple
his weapon. The Soviet Jews who Jews of Soviet Russia are deter- of the Israeli defense forces.
wrote and sang these freedom mined to be free, silent no more
Describing the songs on the rec-
songs have used words and music as they voice their demand to live ord, Bikel writes on his record-
"SKIN GAME" (GP)
as a kind of battle cry, the only as Jews in-the Jewish state of Is- liner notes:
Mona Thru FrL 7:30 1. 9i35
sat. vs sun. 2:00, 3:50, 5:55, 8:05, 1 0:10. weapon of the dispossessed.
"Musically these underground
Thum Oct. 2S only
He left the USSR with the tapes songs have drawn on many sources
"Obviously, a record such as
Andre-delaVarre J. Presents
'Silent No More' must meet artistic hidden in his luggage.
influences. They are, of course,
"GRAND TOUR OF THE HOLY LAND" standards and criteria. It will be
The songs in the album range original songs but reminiscent of
Shown at 1:00 & 8:15
tunes as heard secretly
VAN CLEEF \ BAKER
in the same terms as all
11 o th er mus- ya Tyotya" (Tel-Aviv Auntie), to over the shortwaie radio, of Yid-
STUART WHITMAN GP
BLOOMFIELD W •Awi trd 2 blks. S. IS ML ical undertakings,
the stirring "Am Yisroel Chai" dish tunes, Hadassic melodies and
(Our People Lives!).
"Bid far beyond those standards
even straight Russian or Soviet-
Jane Fonda in
will be those of morality, for the
They are punctuated by actual type airs. Nor are they somber,
cry of those in bondage must be tapes of conversations with Soviet maudlin or depressing as some
FRI. at 6:30, 10:10, SAT. & SUN. 2:00, heeded above all else, And in this Jews who express their desire to might assume, On the contrary,
6:10, 10:35. WK NIGHTS 9:15 Only
instance those judgments are the assert their Jewishness and be re- they are fiery, heroic ad often full
Also - Rod Taylor In
business not only of musicians or united with their people in Israel. of humor.
critics or Jews but every man who
Miron, who arranged and con-
"We who are free to raise our
FRI. 1:35 Only SAT. & SUN. 3:50, 8:15.
ducted the music based on the or- voice as Jews have an obligation to
WK. NIGHTS 7:00 Only
The story of how the album iginal tapes, is the composer of do so lest we shame our brothers
miller Road came into being was told at the "Tzena, Tzena." He was deputy who cannot"
conference by the scientist with
the Ben Trion pseudonym, who
met secretly with Soviet Jews and
WED, FRI., MON, TUES. 4:00, 10:00
SAT. 8. SUN. 2:00, 6:00, 10:00
taped their songs while on a scien-
Conductor Julius Chajes let a ph on y, thoughtfully announced
tific mission in the USSR. He re-
colleague take the baton Sunday game results at intermission.)
WED., FRI., MON., TUES. S:40 Only. ported:
afternoon so he could sit down at
SAT. & SUN. 4:00 A 8:00, 10:00.
Any other solo...performance
"There was some uneasiness at the piano for the first Jewish Cen- would
necessarily pale by corn-
Wed Matinee 1 Show Only at 1
first because there was a stranger ter concert of the season.
parison to the Chajes-Kottler ren-
with a tane recorder in their midst
But the quartet shone in
MAIN, ROYAL OAK "mri tjle htlie Soon, however, one of the Jews isfying all-Mozart program—feat- its own light, particularly in the
began to hum a lilting, haunting
siring Valter Poole, conductor; concertante's thisd movement. On
melody and others joined in.__
"THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN"
Chajes and Mischa Kottler, -duo- balance: • an auspicious start for
"The melody was basically Rus- pianists; and a quartet consisting the Center Symphony season.
sian," he recalled, "with hints of of Lare Wardrop, oboe; Marius
"ICE STATION ZEBRA"
Israeli. strains. The words revealed Fossenkemper, clarinet; Joseph
Sat. & Sun Matinees Open Noon
their hopes and joys, their deep Buono, French horn; and Dr. Ira
abiding love of Israel."
Pl ym outh Rd.
2,000 Rabbis Press
at Far mington Rd.
The song was' "Yerushalayim"
It was an ambitious program—
(Jerusalem the Beautiful), It is Adagio and Fugue for Strings, Sin- Israel to Quit - OKing
"TORA, TORA, TORA"
one of. it songs in Russian, He- fonia Concertante, Sonata for Two
WED., THURS., MON., TUES 7:00. FRL,
a Yiddish sung by Bikel. Pianos in D Major and Concerto 'Easy' Conversions
SAT. A SUN 5:10, 10:30.
An accompanying booklet con- for Two Pianos and Orchestra.
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Com-
TECHNICOLOR' - SCOPE
tains translations and transliter-
mittee for the Preservation of
WED.. THUR., MON., TUES. 9:20 Only
Chajes and Bottler are no Jewish Identity has gathered the
FRI., SAT, a SUN. 7:40 Only
longer young men, but they play-
Wed. Matinee 1 Show Only at 1 o'clock
Ben Tzion described his meeting
signatures of 2,000 rabbis around
ed as though they are, lending the world. on a petition urging the
with Soviet Jews as "clandestine,"
WASHINGTON Raya ti Otale2Mich. and the song he first heard as one an undistinguished note. The Israeli government to cease per-
of the many that Jews have com-
Adagio opener was one of mitting non-halakhic conversions.
posed in back rooms, transmitted Mozart's
Summer of '42 H:t of '71
The signature drive was coordi-
last compositions and
Jennifer O'Neill & Gary Grimes in
by word of mouth and sung in is rarely played'—
nated by Rabbi Abraham Gross,
"SUMMER OF '42" (R)
reason. By contrast, the Sonata president of the Rabbinical Alli-
ram mukaa w0 1-7917
Also Anthony Quinn A Ann-Margaret In
ance of America, and Rabbi David
Although the lyrics were not was interpreted with both de-
Finger, head of the Committee of
Special children's matinee, Sat. only.
Rabbis of Boro Park (Brooklyn).
that Russian authorities might re-
Doors open 12 noon, all seats 75c.
The example set by Kottler and Yosef Wilenkin, spokesman for
gard them as- anti-Soviet.
Preservation Committee, said
I THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS I
"Yet these Jews wanted the and teachers, did not go unnoticed
this was the first time so many
songs they sing among themselves by a surprisingly large
Concert Series. &bib J. Freeman. Chairman
had signed-one petition.
to reach the ears and hearts of
NATIONAL DANCE TROUPE OF SIERRA LEONE
their brethren. outside the USSR," young people seated in the full The protest, Wilenkin said, de-
Tribal dances by company of 36 polished for world andantes
he added. "That is why we call auditorium. (This despite the fact plores Israel's "outrageous blun-
that the Pittsburgh Pirates and der (that) could wreak havoc
AUDITORIUM. FRIDAY, OCT. 29, 8:30 P.M..
the record, "Silent No More."
Detroit Lions were competing for among ,1111 . Jewish peopla ,greater
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attention.411116if leteiNditOigilds ,
of SSilence,' :las :'Elie VIMiesal
the I Friends 'bf the -.Venter
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at 1:30 Over 4:00
They called it HELL.
hey called it VIOLENT
Center Soloists Shine at Opening
TRY SAWS ROBERT SHAW
MARTIN LANDAU SEA STEVENS