Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 13, 1974 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 13, 1974
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u Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs.. June 13, 1974 rHVITTIVILLI. ARKANSAS ' To Cheering Audience, Adverse Reviews Bolskoi Opens In London By The Associated Press The Bolshoi Ballot opened a six-week engagement in Ixndon Wednesday night to hostile demonstrations, a cheering audience and adverse reviews. James Kermeriy of The G u a r d i a n wrote lliat (lie Moscow Lroupe's performance of "Swan Lake" "was not really bad enough to warrant a derri- onstralinn against it. Rut it was a thorough disappointing." John Percival of The Times of London said the Bolshoi is one of (he best companies in the world, bill "it has come finite a way downhill since it firsl visit to London in 195« " As the Z.Jrm members of the first-night audience arrived at Hie Coliseum Theater, police locked arms to hold back demonstrators protesting the treatment, of Soviet Jews and chant"e "Bolshoi out!" A group of pro-Palestinian demonstrators "·.muled at (ho pro Jewish group; another group describ- '"" J: lm "se1ves as "just ballet lovers" shouted "Bolshoi in," iind a delegation from the Y o u n g Conservatives dis- .rihuled handbills attacking the Soviol regime. Security men ejected seven persons from the theater. The audience gave the danc- a 10 minute ovation at the end of the performance. Meanwhile, in Moscow, former Kirov Ballet star Valery Panov got the last of the visas required before he and fiis ba lerina wife Galina can emigrate to Israel, He said they hoped to leave Friday. Panov. a Jew. wns dismissed from the Kirov in March. 1!)72, after lie petitioned for permission to emigrate. Askeri about a Inst-minute demand from the Soviet government that his mother-in-law sign a statement that she needs no f i n a n c i a l support from the couple, Pannv said she was worried but didn't think it would prevent their departure. l.arissa Ragozina had op-i 3oscd the emigration to Israel of her daughter, who is not Jewish. Panov came from h i s home n Leningrad on the overnight train and went to the Dutch and Austrian embassies for the required stamps on his Soviet exit papers. At the Dutch Embassy, which handles Israeli affairs, the 35- year-old dancer was issued the Israeli entry visas within 10 minutes. The couple has been waiting 26 months for permission to emigrate. ^ Panov sairl they hoped to fly Friday morning from Leningrad to Berlin, then to Vienna ami continue on to Israel. They will go to London and the United Slates after a few weeks' resl. he said, "to thank a l l the people who have given me their support." lie said he was considering several offers, including one From the San Francisco Ballet. He said it would take him four months to get into condition t dance well. Sources in Moscow, mcar while, disclosed the arrest o another Jewish scientist ir volved in attempting to arrattg an i n t e r n a t i o n a l science sem nar to the Soviet Union. ,"" Alexander Lunt/.. a Jewis scientist barred from work fo trying to emigrate to Israe was arrested today by frolic and taken for questioning, friend reported. Lost Two Races CONWAY. A r k . (AP) -- J. E Foster of Conway has lost Iwc political races by a combine* 13 voles. In 1963, he ran for 3rd Ward alderman here and lost t Wade Etheridge -- by fou voles. In Tuesday's Democratic pri mary r u n o f f , Foster was v for mayor of Conway. lie Ips lo Jim Hoggard -- by votes. 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