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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, January 15, 1960- 1 0

Gabrilowitsch, Chafes Tickton
Lipkin Listed in 'Jews in Music'

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Three living Detroit musi-
cians and one deceased are list-
ed in the informative volume,
"Jews in Music," by Artur
Holde, published by Philosoph-
ical Library (15 E. 40th, N. Y.
16).
Tribute is paid in this volume
to the "polished technique and
penetrating interpretation" of
the last Ossip Gabrilowitsch, who
"came from the great reservoir
of Eastern European musical
performers." Mention also is
made of Mrs. Gabrilowitsch —
Clara Clemens, the daughter of
Mark Twain—"who had an ex-
cellent alto voice." "Fascinating
as a pianist," is the way Holde
describes Gabrilowitsch, t h e
late conductor of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra.
The three Detroiters who
are included among the Jews
in music are Julius Chajes,
Jason IL Tickton and Sey-
mour Lipkin.
Tickton is mentioned as one
of the "American ,synagogue
composers." The author fails to
make note of the fact that he
also is an able teacher—on the
faculty of Wayne State Uni-
versity's school of music—and
is the musical director of Tern-
ple Beth El, where he is ren-
dering valuable services.
Lipkin, whose name is mis-
spelled, also is given mere men-
tion. Here, too, the author fails
to give due credit to one of the
nation's outstanding pianists
who also is a noted conductor.
Chajes is referred to twice in
the book—first as a composer,
and then, at considerable
length, in comparison with
others mentioned in the book,
as follows:
"After student days in
Vienna, during which he al-
ready gained attention as pi-
anist and composer, Julius
Chajes (1910, Lwow) went to
Tel Aviv as piano teacher.
Since 1938 he has been active
in the United States as edu-
cator, organizer and pianist
in Detroit. He gave up the
conductor's post at Temple
Beth El in favor of that of
musical director at the Jew-
ish . Community Center in that
city. At the outset Brahms
was the predominant influ-
ence on Chajes as a composer.
Then he gained a more inde-
pendent tonal language by
contact with Jewish stylistic
elements. He contributed to
Jewish liturgical music with
`Psalm 142' for choir and with
a Sabbath eve service. The
cantata, 'The Promised Land,'
and the `Palestinian Suite'

Bnai Brith Releases
Revised College Guide

"College Guide for Jewish
Youth," a revised edition of an
earlier volume published by the
Bnai- Brith Vocational Service,
is now available.
Prepared by Robert Shosteck,
national director of research for
BBVS, and Alfred Jospe, direc-
tor of program and resources
for the Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dations, the booklet is designed,
as its name implies, to assist
Jewish youth in selecting a col-
lege best suited to their needs.
Its various sections deal with
choosing a college-, costs of at-
tending, admissions policies,
scholarships and Jewish life on
campus.
The main portion of the vol-
ume is a listing of "selected
colleges," which have at least
minimal appeal to Jewish stu-
dents.
Michigan colleges and univer-
sities are among those listed, to-
gether with information about
fraternities, Hillel Foundations
and counselorships and number
of JeWish, enrollment.

for orchestra, also chamber
music, are further testimony
to his talent."
It is evident that Artur Holde
is inaccurate in many of his
biographical evaluations. Chajes,
as is well known, came to De-
troit at the call of the Jewish
Center. He was associated with
Temple Beth El for a very lim-
ited time. The sketch just quot-
ed hardly does him sufficient
justice.
The same is true about many
other musicians who are treated
inadequately in this book.
Holde's text on the history of
Jewish music, on Hazanut, on
creative efforts, is much more
valuable.
The writing of the book was
made possible for Holde, who
studied at Berlin University and
was a music critic and conduc-
tor in Frankfurt-am-Main, be-
fore coming to the United
States, was made possible by a
grant from the department of
cultural and educational recon-
struction of the Conference of
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany.
—P. S.

Jerusalem Municipal Election Upset on Irregularity

Direct: JTA Teletype Wire
lots lacked election committee
to The Jewish News
certification. This led to charges
JERUSALEM—A 13-member of fraud and annulment of the
commission to manage Jerusa- election.
lem's municipal affairs follow-
Under the present law, the
ing the annulment last week of
the municipal election results in courts can act only to invalidate
the Nov. 3 vote, was named elections.
The Jerusalem incident was
Tuesday by Dr. Joseph Burg,
Acting Minister of the Interior. the second case of invalidation
The new c ommission will of a municipal election in two
serve until new elections are days. Previously a district judge
held or the results of the elec- at Rehovot, ruled that the mun-
tion are revalidated. The com- icipal elections there were null
mission is headed by former and void, because he had found
Mayor Ish-Shalom, and includes evidence of bribery among resi-
representatives of all parties in dents of a transit camp who had
the suspended Municipal Coun- voted for the ticket of the Na-
tional Religious Party. As a re-
cil.
sult Rehovot's Mayor Avraham
Members include three from Katz announced he was stepping
Mapai, two Mizrachi, two Herut, down from his post.
one each of Agudat Israel, Ach-
The ruling in Jerusalem af-
dut Avodah, Poale Agudat Is- fected the dominant Mapai
rael and the Progressives, and Party. The General Zionists,
Shlomo Mizrachi, the General who were four votes short for
Zionist attorney, who success- receiving a seat in the Muni-
fully appealed the election re- cipal Council, called for a re-
sults and Reuben Rabia.
count, asserting that 50 en-
Government coalition parties velopes in the voting precinct
in the Knesset are drafting a had been rejected in the tabula-
bill to authorize the courts to tion because the envelopes had
validate ballotting in cases of not been stamped by the elec-
demonstrably technical irregu- tion committee. The envelopes,
larities, as was assumed to be including some votes from
the case in the single Jerusalem Israeli soldiers, were found to
station where a number of bal- include five votes in favor of

General Zionists. According to
the latter party's leaders, the
voters who cast the contested
ballots had been told by the
precinct's election committee
that the stamps were not neces-
sary.

AVRAHAM HARMAN, Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United
States, will be the principal
speaker at the national inaug-
ural conference of the United
Jewish Appeal, to be held' at
Miami Beach, Feb. 5-7, Morris
W. Berinstein, UJA general
chairman, announced.

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