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June 22, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 friday, June 22, 1919

Meadow Brook Opens Season This Weekend

The Meadow Brook Music
Festival begins its 16th
summer season with four
performances this weekend.
Tonight, Lionel Hampton
and his All-Star Band along,

with jazz pianist, Marian
McPartland open the Fri-
day Jazz Series. Hampton
and McPartland boast of 75
years experience in the
music business, between

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the two of them.
Saturday at 11 a.m., the
first of four children's con-
certs will be presented. The
Pastiche Wind Quintet
along with two mimes will
perform "A Toy Store Morn-
ing."
Saturday evening, the
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra, under the direction
Of Micheal `Filson Thomas,
will give a performance that
includes the works of Ber-
lioz, Rachmaninoff and Re-
spighi. The featured soloist
will be Israeli-born pianist,
Ilana Vared.
The Sunday Pops Series
also opens this weekend as
Thomas conducts the De-
troit Symphony Pops Or-
chestra in a , tribute to
George Gershwin. The pro-
gram, "That's Music by
George!," features world-
renowned pianist, Earl
Wild.
For ticket or program in-
formation, call the Meadow
Brook Music Festival box
office at 377-2010.

TEL AVIV - Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, past president of
the World Jewish Congress
and the World Zionist
Organization, predicted
"the U.S. will be exerting
considerable pressure on Is-
rael to keep the peace proc-
ess from breaking down."
Speaking at Tel Aviv
University at -a lecture
sponsored by the faculty of
social sciences, Goldmann
made other observations
regarding Middle East
peace.
Goldmann observed that
disaster folloWs whenever
internal policy determines
foreign policy. He singled
out the attempt of the
"Jewish lobby" to overrule
Carter on the issue of the
sale of the F-15s to Saudi
Arabia and Egypt as one
that was bound to fail.
"The 'Jewish lobby'
lives in a false paradise,
because they believe they
control Congress, but
they are not strong
enough to overrule Car-
ter," said _Goldmann.
"I believe we could have
had peace 10-15 years ago.
- If not for David Ben-Gurion,
we could have had peace
Chicago is the setting for without all this inflation,"
a new suspense thriller by said Goldmann. Goldmann
Richard Himmel, "The 23rd explained that he in no way
Web," published by Random had meant that Ben-Gurion
House.
prevented early peace, but
The book tells the story of that "Ben-Gurion did not
an Arab conspiracy to de- believe the Arabs wanted
stroy Israel by blackmailing peace." Moreover, he had
prominent Americans into always maintained that
withdrawing their public Ben-Gurion "was the
and financial support of Is- greatest statesman Israel
has had."
rael.
A diplomat should not
think that he's 100 percent
right and he should be able
to change his mind, main-
tained Goldmann. He said
that this was one of Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan's
best qualities and one which

Himmel Novel
Focuses on Plot
to Destroy Israel

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U.S. Will Pressure Israel
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OAKLAND MALL
WESTLAND CENTER

near Hudson's

Papercuts Focus
of Gallery Show

The London Arts Gallery
will be the scene of a paper-
cut exhibition by Barbara
Schwyn-Wenger Wednes-
day-July 16.
The exhibition will fea-
ture papercuts in black and
white with Old Testament
themes. Each is titled in
Hebrew, English and Ger-
man, and is labeled with the
biblical chapter and verse
which it represents.
Each of the papercuts
took 100 hours to complete
and are cut freehand, with-
out prior design.
The gallery is located at
321 Fisher Building. The
exhibit will be open 6:30
p.m. Wednesday. Gallery
hours are 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.

Granot Honored

JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Jewish National Fund
planted a grove in the In-
ternational Women's Forest
in memory of the late
Miriam Granot who had
served for 10 years as
chairman of the Tourist
Volunteer Service in Israel.

He that regardeth reproof
shall be honored.

well qualified him to be
prime minister. Goldmann
noted in this regard that if
Dayan had entertained
such amibitons he made a
mistake in associating him-
self with the Begin govern-
ment.
As for the Soviet Union, it
had made a big mistake in
severing diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel, Goldmann
asserted. Goldmann said
that in private contacts
with Anatoly Dobrynin,
Russian ambassador to the
UN, whom Goldmann said
he held in high esteem, he
was told that the Soviet
Union was interested in a
more active role in the Mid-
dle East and would, in prin-
ciple, restore diplomatic ties
with Israel, but only when
there was a tendency
towards a comprehensive
settlement. Such an even-
tuality, Goldmann noted,
was not around the corner.

Stars Support
Israel Bonds

NEW YORK (JTA) -
This month 15 top show
business personalities will
lend their support to the Is-
rael Bond drive to help
speed economic aid to Israel.

Monty Hall, entertain-
ment division chairman of
the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, announced this week
that the stars who will par-
ticipate in Israel Bond
events across the nation
this month include: film and
stage personalities
Elizabeth Taylor; Sammy
Davis, Jr.; Joel Grey; Ben
Vereen; Imogene Coca;
Judd Hirsch; Robert Klein
and Lucie Arnaz; comedians
Red Buttons, Jerry Stiller
and Anne Meara; actor
James Caan; composer
Marvin Hamlisch; opera
star Robert Merrill; and
lyricist Saminy Cahn.

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