Several Louisvillians to go to New York concert 24/12/1950
Several Louisvillians To Go-To Go-To Go-To New York For Concert Mr. John Woolford, manager of the Louisville Orchestra, will leave Wednesday for New York City, where the orchestra will play on Friday in Carnegie Hall. He will accompany the orchestra, orchestra, which will go by chartered plane to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Anderson Anderson will go from Louisville to attend the performance. Mayor Charles P. Farnsley will also at-v at-v at-v tend. Mrs. Robert Whitney, wife of the conductor, will have as guests in her box Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Persichetti, Mr. and Mrs. Bohuslav Martinu, and Mr. and Mrs. William Schuman. Mr. Schu-man Schu-man Schu-man is president of the Juilliard School of Music and composer of "Judith! a composition which will be played at the concert. Dr. Richard W. Kain and Mrs. Kain will have in their box for the performance Mr. Rene D'Harhoncourt, head of the Museum of Modern Art, and Mrs. D'Harnoncourt; Mr. JohnTSlocum, Tuxedo Park, N." Y., and Dr. Harry Levin, chairman of the department department of comparative literature literature at Harvard University, and Mrs. Levin. Mr. Virgil Thompson will entertain entertain after the performance for Mr. Whitney and for Martha Graham, who will dance with the orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Wboster Lambert of New York City are visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Caperton, II, and Mr. Caperton. Mr. and Mrs. Caperton entertained for their guests with a cocktail party in their new home in Pewee Valley on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Helm Bruce will leave Tuesday to spend several weeks in Natchez, Miss. '