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February 23, 1968 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 23, 1968-39

Wayne State U. to Give Centennial Concert Sunday

Wayne State University's cen- Faure's "Pelleas and Melisande," It will tour Europe in June and
tennial concert by the Detroit Sym- "Suite Op. 80," and "La Valse" by July as part of the University's
phony
Orchestra will be moved Ravel.
Centennial anniversary commem-
Castelnuovo Tedesco, with Shaul
WSU's Men's Glee Club is a oration.
Ben-Meir playing the flute solo, in from Detroit's Ford Auditorium to
the
Masonic
Temple
due
student
to
an
group
un-
which
The
has
won
concert
in-
is a major event in
this premiere Detroit performance.
Ben-Meir is a member of the De- precedented demand for tickets. ternational recognition under the Wayne's Centennial Year program
The
concert,
to
be
conducted
by
direction of Dr. Harry Langsford. of events.
troit Syphony Orchestra.
Paul Paray and Valter Poole with
Tickets are available at the cen- the WSU Glee Club, will be pre-
MASONIC AUDITORIUM—FRI., MAR. 1-8:20 P.M.
ter's cashier's office.
sented at 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
Soloists Richard Paige and
Eleanor Felver will sing the lead
Denver Hospital Plans
Antal Dorati, Musical Director
roles of Oedipus and Jocasta in
Program: Berlioz-Rosenberg-Bartok-Sibelius
$14 Million Expansion
Igor Stravinsky's "Oedipus Rex."
$5.50 - 4.50 - 3.50 at Masonic Temple, J. L Hudson's & Grinnell's
The
program
will
also
include
Ber-
(Enclose
stamped, self - addressed envelope)
DENVER (JTA) — The National
Jewish Hospital and Research Cen- lioz's "Roman Carnival Overture,"
ter has announced plains for a new
MASONIC AUDITORIUM—SUN., MARCH 10-8:00 P.M.
In South Korea, 1,250,000 peo-
$3,900,000 clinic wing to expand
facilities for clinical research, ple have tuberculosis, or 5.1 per
cent
of
the
population
over
age
5.
physical therapy and other ser-
Contributions to the CARE Food
vices to patients.
and the WILSON BROWN TRIO
Crusade, New York 10016, provide
SS 00 - 4.00 - 3.00 at Masonic Temple, J. L. Hudson's IL Grinnell's
The 68-year-old hospital, which nutritious food packages to help
(Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope)
has provided 5,000,000 days of free treat and cure TB patients.
care to 19,117 patients since its
founding, now has seven major
services. These include its tuber-
culosis service; an asthma-allergy
service, a pediatric service, a med-
ical-surgical service, which in-
cludes cardiology and psychiatry;
a rehabilitation service, which in-
cludes social service; psychology
and pediatric counseling; a nursing
service and a division of research.
Complete professional service also
is available through the attending
and consulting staff.

Pianist, Soprano to Solo at Center

Joann FreeRan, pianist, and
Annette Chajes, mezzo soprano,
will be the soloists with the Center
Symphony Orchestra under the di-
rection of Julius Chajes 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Jewish Center.

Miss Freeman, a native Detroiter,
has toured Europe and Israel in
recent years and was acclaimed by
the audiences and music critics.
She will be heard in Mendelssohn's
Piano Concerto in G Minor.
Annette Chajes, a native of Penn-
sylvania, has appeared as soloist
here on numerous occasions. She
will sing the songs of Shulamite
from "Song of Songs" by Mario

DETROIT
ORCHESTRA
SYMPHONY

Ford Auditorium

PAUL PARAY

co n ductor

STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC

THE LETTERMEN

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Saturday Eve. at 8:30

IN COLD BLOOD

SCHUBERT — Symphony No. 9
DUKAS — Fanfare & Suite from
"La Peri"
RIMSKY-KORSAKOFF—Suite from
"Snegourotchka"

Tickets $2.00 to $5.50

Written For the screen and directed by

Richard Brooks

Music by Quincy Jones A Columbia Pictures Release In Panayision .

Thurs. - Sat., Feb. 29— Mar. 2,
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LALO — Symphonie Espagnole

Positively no one under 16 admitted unless accompanied by a parent or guardian

IS al A I

Tickets $2.50 to $6.25

Tickets available at Ford Aud. Box
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