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September 21, 1962 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 21, 1962 — 1 0

Jewish • Groups Are' R epresentect at UN

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
(JTA)—Two representatives of
world Jewish organizations that
hold consultative status at the
United Nations were elected to
leadership positions in the Con-
ference of Non-Governmental
Organizations.
The conference includes rep-
resentatives_ of npward of 170
non-governmental organizations
accredited by the UN, and is
headed by an executive commit-
tee pf 18.
Alexander Salzman, UN rep-
resentative of the Consultative
Council of Jewish Organiza-

tions, was chosen rapporteur for
the year 1962-63. The Council
embraces the UN activities of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, the Anglo-Jewish Associa-
tion and Alliance Israelite Urn-
verselle. At the same meeting,
Henry H. Grossman, World Jew-
ish C o n g r e s s representative
here, was elected a member of
the Conference executive com-
mittee. The executive commit-
tee acts as the liaison and ad-
visory group for the non-gov-
ernmental organizations.

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ing cards imported from Israel available in boxed

assortments, packages and individual cards.

Bar-Ilan Concert Will eature 4 Noted Soloists

Mischa Kottler, Detroit pian-
ist, will play the piano part of
Mendelsohn's Trio in D Minor at
the Inaugural Concert of the
American Women for Bar-Ilan
University, 8:15 p.m. Sept. 23 in
the Scottish Rite Cathedral. •
Besides Kottler, Mischa Mis-
chakoff, violinist; Paul Olefsky,
cellist; and Russell Skitch, bass-
baritone, will be heard in the
following works:

Jerome Kern
"Showboat"
INTERMISSION
RUSSELL SKITCH, bass-baritone
Max Bruch
IV. (a) Kol Nidrei
(b) Tarantella ..Alfred C. Piatti • ROBERT BATES, piano
(c) Meditation
Mrs. Max Stollman and Mrs.
Ernest Bloch
Hebraique
Theodore Bargman are the gen-
PAUL OLEFSKY, cello
ROBERT BATES, piano
eral co-chairmen for the concert.
Handel-Halvorsen
V. Passacaglia
Mrs. Herbert Eskin is concert
MISCHA MISCHAKOFF, violin
PAUL OLEFSKY, cello
chairman and Marguerite Koz- :
VI. (a) "I got plenty o' nuttin"
enn Chajes is responsible for.
from "Porgy
and Bess" _George Gershwin having chosen the artists and the
(b) "01' Man River'
program.. •
from

I. Trio No 1 in D Minor
Mendelsohn
Opus 49
Molto Allegro ed agitate
Andante con moto tranquillo
Scherzo leggiero e vivace
Finale, Allegro assai
appassionate
MISCHA MISCHAKOFF, violin
PAUL OLEFSKY, cello
MISCHA KOTTLER, piano
IL. (a) Lord,. God of Abraham
Mendelsohn
from "Elijah"
(b) "It is enough"
"Within these holy portals".
aria of Sarastro from
"The Magic
W A. Mozart
Flute"
RUSSELL SKITCH, base-baritone
ROBERT BATES at the piano
Ernest Bloch
HI. Nigun
(b) Introduction and Rondo
Capriccioso Saint-Saens
MISCHA MISCHAKOFF, violin
ROBERT BATES, piano

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American Women For Bctr-Ilan University
Proudly Present Their Inaugural Concert

FOUR. OUTSTANDING ARTISTS

SUNDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 8:15 P.M.
SCOTTISH RITE‘CATHEDRAL OF MASONIC TEMPLE

MRS. HERBERT ESKIN
Concert Chairman
BR 3-0320

CO-CHAIRMEN:
Mrs. Samuel Aaron .. SU 8-5185
UN 8-2667
Mr. T. Borman
UN 4-7521
David J. Cohen
LI 7-8477
Mrs. H. K. Cohen
UN 2-8394
Mrs. Jos. Markle
VE 8.7245
Mrs. Pearl Nosan
UN 4-5720
Mrs. D. Pollack
DI 1-2266
Mrs. H. Portnoy ......
UN 2.8366
Irving W. Schlussel

GENERAL CHAIRMEN

Mrs. Theodore Bergman

Mrs. Max Stollman

PROGRAM CHAIRMAN

Mrs. Marguerite Chajes
DI 1-5409

Mischa Mischakoff, Violinist

General Admission Tickets at $2.50. Available

Paul Olefsky, Cellist

Mischa Kottler, Pianist

Russell Skitch, Baritone

Robert Bates, at the piano

at Grinnell's, the Masonic Auditorium Box Office, the Office of the Bar-Ilan University Committee, 17596 Wyoming, DI 1-0708.

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