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The Journal Herald from Dayton, Ohio • 44

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44 JOURNAL HERALD Friday, Oct. 22, 1 976 Jazz star cancels S. African concerts JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) American jazz pianist Dave Brubeck announced yesterday he has canceled scheduled concerts in Durban because no black audiences would be allowed. Brubeck is performing in Johannesburg before racially segregated audiences with certain evenings reserved for blacks and other evenings for whites. "Fortunately, our Cape Town concerts are totally integrated," Brubeck said.

"I've met so many fantastic people here black and white it is inconceivable that they are not allowed to enjoy the same shows together." Brubeck will end his South African tour Oct. 30. His decision followed critical remarks about South Africa's racial policies by singer-dancer Juliet Prowse, who is also touring the country. "This country, which I love, will find peace only when it is fully integrated," she said. "Theater should be open to the whole world.

It saddens me to play to whites-only audiences when I should be playing to South Africans of all races who might want to see me," she added. "Any true performer is saddened by apartheid in the theater," she went on. "Segregation is against the whole concept of theater and the arts. It's a shame. A great shame." She said she did not insist on performing before multiracial audiences on her current tour because "I know what apartheid means and I'm not here to be political." Some women are born to love many men! Minnelli i Ingrid Bergman thli engagement WuJ frHeBncKih(s chaib cinema! 3373306 iCfel SlM-A1 TO THE GRAND 0PENING I AND EXCITING iSrTjM kl IITlfli IS, M.M CELEBRITIES RIBBON TWO MIRAGIOI cutting screens VSfl't Springs Ma 1 -i.

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