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August 19, 1960 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-19

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A full house vigorously ap- dation, the orchestra will play
plauded visiting conductor Paul in Detroit for the Balfour Con-
Paray recently when he led an cert, Nov. 1.
enthusiastic 102-piece orchestra
(Abe Kasle and Al Borman
to a resounding finale. The
audience spoke a different lan- head the patrons' committee
guage, but through the medium for the Nov. 1 Balfour Con-
of music the Detroit Symphony cert which will feature the
Conductor reached into the Israel Philharmonic. They are
hearts of his Israeli listeners. enrolling patrons, who are
contributing sums starting
The talented French conductor with $250. Each patron re-
was not the first, nor will he ceived five admission tickets
be the last, in a constellation and his gift will provide seats
of foreign artists to perform for worthy students and for a
with the internationally famed group of sightless people who
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, will be guests of the Zionist
established in 1936 by Bronis- Organization of Detroit, spon-
law Huberman.
sor of the annual event.)
Gilberte Altbauer writes, in
Few institutions in Israel
a special story from the Israel have done more to sustain na-
Feature Service, that the sea- tional morale in times of crisis.
sonal IPO concerts from Octo- With the War of Liberation, in
ber through July "constitute 1948, Altbauer writes, the gov-
the highest cultural and social ernment, realizing the impor-
event in the land. Its 22,000 tance of the Philharmonic,
subscribers attest to that."
waived drafting the musicians
Performing in Tel Aviv, into the fighting ranks. Rather,
Haifa and Jerusalem, the or- they performed a distinctive
chestra presents some nine con- service by playing at army en-
certs within a fortnight due to campments and military hos-
the new subscription series pitals.
that supplements the regular
"As soon as the 'Burma Road'
series. Afternoon youth con- linked besieged Jerusalem to
certs, Israel. Forces concerts and Tel Aviv," he continues, "the
open air performances held at musicians boarded the armored
various agricultural settlements trucks for the eight-hour jour-
during the summer are in addi- ney over the rough and im-
tion to the concerts and operatic provised road, instruments
presentations which have shielded in specially-built
starred such companies as the wooden cases. Travelling back
New York Metropolitan cast. once from Haifa to Tel Aviv,
Such "unorthodox ventures" it began to rain bullets so that
as an open air concert in "cul- the musicians had to flee their
turally starved" Eilat and a buses and lle down in a ditch
performance with L e o n a r d waiting for the firing to cease.
Bernstein for the armed forces "The concert-going audience
in Beersheba also number kept up its stream of attendance
among the symphony's recent and the concerts are remem-
activities.
bered for the concluding thun-
Its foreign tour will wend derous ovations and the over-
its way to America in October, whelming enthusiasm that swept
and, under Sol Hurok and the over orchestra and audience
America-Israel Cultural Foun- alike."

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On account of Labor Day,
there will be an earlier
deadline for all editorial
copy for our issue of Sept. 9.
All editorial copy for that
issue must be in the office
of The Jewish News by
noon on Friday, Sept. 2.

"Vilna—A Jewish Commun-
ity in Times of Glory and in
Time of Destruction," an ex-
hibit which the Yivo Institute
for Jewish Research opened last
March in New York, has at-
tracted widespread attention
and large audiences, the Insti-
tute reports.
The aim of the YIVO is to
present to the American public
the unique a n d distinctive
character of the Eastern Euro- -
pean Jewish community.
More than 500 years of Jew-
ish life in Vilna played a lead-
ing role in the spiritual, eco-
nomic and social life of the
Jews in Eastern Europe. Vilna
was a city in which Jewish
ideologies took shape and as
such, it played a leading role
in the development of the Zion-
ist movement and a pioneer
role in the history of the Jewish
Labor Bund.
It was also a key center of
Yiddish literature and Yiddish
press, and was the home of the
Yiddish Scientific Institute,
YIVO, and a center of secular
and religious schools.
This was the important role
of Vilna, often called the "Jeru-
salem of Lithuania," from the
beginning of the 15th century
until Sept. 1944 when the last
semblance of Jewish life was
destroyed by the Nazis.
In the exhibition are shown
more than 1,000 documents,
paintings and memorabilia pre-
senting a panorama of Jewish
Vilna over a period of five cen-
turies. The exhibit will con-
tinue to be open ' throughout
the summer months at the
YIVO building on Fifth Avenue
and 86th Street in New York.

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lands in a 125,000 - acre area would give fuller economic and
Author Izhar Smilanski, in an
west of Beersheba, was pro- social life to Israeli youth who address to the conference, de-
posed by Levi Eshkol, at a con- c o u 1 d establish a movement scribed Israel's youth as the
ference of Mapai aim e d at based on this task.
"Espresso Generation" w h o s e
formulating a pioneering pro-
The Finance Minister urged only thoughts centered about
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He said the young generation settle the region when the plans Deputy Minister of D e f ense
in Israel would be able to set were completed and when the Shimon Peres bemoaned the fact
up its own "state" in the area Negev water pipeline was ready that Israeli you t h lacked a
with 15,000 agricultural units in for use. He stressed that, while pioneering spirit. Prime Mini-
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5 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, August 19, 1960

Israel Lauds Paray; to Send Establish Plans for 'Youth State' in Negev Region
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — A plan
E s h k ol disclosed that his ' the State and the distribution
the establishment of a "youth Ministry was already blueprint- of lands would not be along
Orchestra Here for Concert for
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