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June 28, 1974 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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Pro Musica Lists 19 74-75 Schedule

Luncheons Served Mon: thru Fri. 11:30-2:30

Dinners Mon. thru Thurs. 5::ILTI0:30
Fri. & Sat. 5:30-1 -1:00
SuridcTy 5:30-9:00'

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Special Bus inessmen's . Luncheons from 11 a.m.
COMPLETE DINNERS NIGHTLY
OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
LENNIE
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

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Enjoy a truly great dining
experience in the elegant
Chambertin Restaurant.
Superior food, fine wines
and cocktails served with flair
in a continental setting.
Entertainment Tuesday —
Saturday in The Tavern.
Banquet-party rooms for up
to 300. Open everyday.

Your host —
Gus Kokas

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The Chambertin
22900 Michigan Ave.
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Dearborn — 278-6900

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Pro Musica Society an-
nounces its 1974-1975 concert
.series will open Nov. 15 at
the Detroit Institute of Arts
Lecture Hall.
Gail Robinson, coloratura
of the Metorpolitan Opera
will open the series. She
made her Detroit debut in
1970 when she replaced opera
star Roberta Peters in
"Lucia di Lammermoor."
On Jan. 31, the Orford
String Quartet will perform.
Members of the quartet, all
from Canada are Andrew
Dawes, violin; Kenneth Per-
kins, violin; Terence Hel-
mer, viola; and Marcel St.
Cyr, cello.
Gary Graf f ma n, who,
studied at the Curtis Insti-
tute and later with pianist
Vladimir Horowitz, will be
the featured soloist on the
program April 25. Guests are
invited to the receptions in
the Romanesque Room of
the institute following each
a•tist's performance. For

Opposition Leader.
Wants U.S. to Set Up
Bases in Israel

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Yitzhak
Berman, chairman of Israel's
Liberal Party in Tel Aviv,
declared at a meeting of the
party's central 'committee
that Israel must seek a bi-
lateral military pact with the
United States.
Berman argues that this
is the only way of safeguard-
ing against the outbreak of
new wars with the Arabs.
The United States, he said,
must be 'invited to establish
military bases on Israeli
territory.
Berman emphasized that
he was not speaking of a
unilateral commitment by
the United States; rather of
a mutual military pact in the
interests of both countries.
He dismissed the argument
that American military bases
on Israeli soil would compro-
mise Israel's sovereignty. He
cited the large number of
American bases in Canada,
Australia, Japan, England,
West Germany, Norway, Tur-
key, Greece and Italy, none
of which feel that their re-
spective sovereignties have
been compromised.

Arabs Charge U.S.
Zionists Fomenting
Aftacks on Kissinger

TUNIS (ZINS)—Two lead-
ing Lebanese dailies, Al An-
war and Al Hayat, accuse
U.S. Zionists of instigating
attacks against Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger.
According to Al Anwar,
American Zionists are ex-
ploiting the Watergate scan-
dal to destroy President
Nixon. And now that the dis-•
engagement agreements on
the Egyptian and Syrian
fronts were signed, they are
turning their guns on Kis-
singer.
"It was enough for Nixon
to pursue his own policy
toward a just and lasting
peace in the Middle East to
draw their ire and enmity of
the Zionist camp," writes Al
Anwar.
Al Hayat asserts that the
Watergate affair, a product
of Zionist agitation, has
reached fever pitch. The
paper says that the Zionists
are concentrating their at-
tacks against Kissinger pre-
cisely because his Near East
mission was so successful.

26—Friday, June 28, 1974

membership information, call
Mrs. John Chase, TU 5-5787,
or Julia Knoth, 372-4626.

Music From Man's
Heart—the Psalms

Above the couch of David,
according to rabbinical tradi-
tion, there hung a harp. The
midnight breeze, as it rippled
over the strings, made such
music that the poet King was
constrained to rise from his
bed, and until dawn flushed
the eastern skies he wedded
words to the strains. The
poetry of that tradition is
condensed in the saying that
the Book of Psalms contains
the whole music of the heart
of man, swept by the hand of
his Maker. In it are gathered
the lyrical burst of his ten-
derness, the moan of his
penitence, the pathos of his
sorrow, the triumph of his
victory, the despair of his
defeat, the firmness of his
confidence, the rapture of his
assured hope . .
They alone have known no
limitations to a particular
age, country or form of
faith. In the Psalms the vast
hosts of suffering humanity
have found the deepest ex-
pression of their hopes and
fears. — Rowland Edmund
Prothero, in "The Psalms in
Human Life."

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