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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-23

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Friday, May 23, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Great
Cover - Up

SYNAGOGUE

Pressler Performs At SZ

will be sold at a charge, and will
admit patrons to an afterglow
This year, there will be reserved
seating for patrons.
For tickets, send a self-
addressed stamped envelope tr.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, 27375
Bell Road, Southfield, 48034.
For information, call Dr. and
Mrs. Paul (Linda) Gold, 855.J,
6177; or Mr. and Mrs. David
(Evelyn) Levine, 353-8064)
patron ticket co-chairmen.
Joyce and Dr. George Blum
are the concert chairmen. ThE),
Cultural Commission is headed
by Dr. Samuel Stulberg. Co li
chairmen are: Dr. Paul Gold and
Linda Zalla.

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Menahem Pressler, interna-
tionally acclaimed pianist, will
be featured at this year's Clara
and Peter Weisberg Concert to
be held on June 17 at 8 p.m. at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Born in Magdeburg, Germany,
Pressler received most of his
musical training in Israel. He is
a multi-faceted artist, perform-
ing as a soloist, chamber musi-
cian and teacher,.
In 1946, Pressler won first
prize at the Debussy Competi-
tion in San Francisco. Since
then, he has been a guest per-
former with many of the
foremost orchestras, including
the New York Philharmonic and
the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Pressler co-founded the Beaux
Arts Trio in 1955. With the
Beaux Arts Trio, Pressler has
recorded almost the entire
chamber-music-with-piano liter-
ature, winning many prestigious
awards, the latest being the
Grand Prix du Disque for 1985
(Ravel Chasson
Since 1956, Pressler has been
a distinguished professor of
music at Indiana University. He
teaches throughout the U.S.,
Canada, Israel and Europe.
Pressler recently appeared at
Detroit's Orchestra Hall.
Admission to the Weisberg
Concert is free. Patron tickets

Reform Fund
Nears Its Goal

Parlor meetings held on be-
half of the Fund for Reform
Judaism raised nearly half of it:'
$100,000 goal, it was announcec
this week by Dr. Stuart Falk
Shirley Fink and Bernard Lin
den, chairmen of the campaign.
The meetings were held it
advance, of a dinner being spon
sored by the Metropolitan De-,
troit Federation of Reform
Synagogues to be heldat 6 p.m.
Wednesday at Temple Israel.
The dinner will honor local
Reform leaders who will receivt
the Lamed Vav Award, symbolicl
of achievements and contribu
tions on behalf of the Reform
movement.
Co-chairmen include: Dr. and
Mrs. Easton Brodsky, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Dizik, Mr. and Mrs
Stanley Finkelstein, Dr. anc
Mrs. Richard *Kamil, Dr. and
Mrs. Dan Levitsky, Mr. ana
Mrs. Frederic Keywell, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Simons, Mr. and
Mrs. Milford Singer, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Wigod, Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart Winkelman.
Lance Mermell is coordinator
of the dinner, and Rabbi Allar
Kaplan of New York, and Rabbi
and Mrs. David S. Hachen, of
Cleveland, are honorary co-
chairmen.

Syria Backs Terrorism
To Offset Weak Military

New York (JTA) . — Syria's
sponsorship of terrorism is
based on Syria's knowledge that
its military force is no match for
Israel's, said Israeli Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin last
Sunday on ABC-TV's "This
Week with David Brinkley."
Syria's awareness that it
would lose in a conflict with
Israel were it to go it alone has
spurred it to engage in terrorist
acts and their support in order
"to escalate ways to engage in
confrontation with Israel."
Rabin, speaking from Israel,
said there are three sectors of
potential conflict between Israel
and Syria. Citing the Golan
Heights as the first such area,
Rabin emphasized that the
Syrians keep their commitments
to armistice in the Golan. In
Lebanon, the second sector.

Rabin said, the Syrians operate
in two ways, both supporting
Lebanese resistance against the
Israelis and maintaining wha,
they can of Syrian hegemony
over Lebanon.
The third sector, he said, is
that of terrorism, either directed
by Syria or assisting terrorist.
organizations in such acts as the
attacks on the El Al counters at
the Rome and Vienna airports
last December 27.
In another development in Tel
Aviv, Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin told U.S. Attorney Gen-
eral Edwin Meese, at a meeting
at the Defense Ministry, tha
there were no signs of a military
confrontation between Israel
and Syria.
Meese is in Israel on a week-
long private visit.

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