MRS. ROBERT DUNSKY
The Cfystal Ballroom of the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel was the
scene of Harriet Rose Myers'
marriage to Robert Stanley Dun-
sky Tuesday. Rabbis Jacob Segal
and Morris Adler officiated.
ctivittes in Society
Rites Set for June
Season Opens Oct. 8
Plans for the Detroit Sym-
phony, Orchestra's 1959-60 sea-
sOn opening Oct. 8 in Ford
Auditorium include three major
series and 26 major soloists.
Under Paul Paray's direction,
the series will be comprised of
20 Thursday evenings, five Fri-
day matinees and eight Satur-
day evening concerts. Season
tickets are available now at the
Symphony office, Ford Audi-
torium, WO 2-4615.
Among the soloists who will
appear are Artur Rubinstein,
Jan. 7-9 and Elizabeth Schwarz-
kopf, Feb. 18. Bizet's "Carmen"
will be presented in concert
form Nov. 19-21 with four
soloists and the 300-voice Rack-
ham Symphony Choir.
The orchestra will play be-
MISS LOIS SHAPIRO
before delegates of the United
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shapiro, of Nations at the invitation of the
19141 Warrington, announce secretary general, on the eve
of Human Rights Day, Dec. 9.
the engagement of their daugh- The concert will be broadcast
ter, Lois, to Alvin Bernard all over the world.
Spector, son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Spector.
Miss Shapiro is a senior at
the University of Michigan. Mr.
Leave Everything to Us
Spector attended the Univer-
sity of Detroit, where he was
affiliated with Phi Sigma Delta
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron B. Katz and Mrs. Isadore E. Goodman,
of 3515 Sherbourne, have returned from a two-month trip to
Israel and Europe.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Eder and their daughter, Marcia, of
Canterbury Rd., and their daughter, Beverly, with her husband,
Richard Mitchell, of Greenfield Rd., have returned from a
weekend vacation at the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago.
Among the out-of-town guests who will be here this weekend
to attend the Bar Mitzvah of Henry Rosenfeld, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Rosenfeld, of Tracey Ave., are Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Grossman, Miss Tessie Grossman and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Barnett.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Prog and 'daughter, of Huntington Woods,
were recently guests of the Edgewater Beach Hotel, while vaca-
tioning in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gutman, of 18295 Appoline, recently
celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Gitlin, of Oakman Blvd., have returned
from a trip East where a Gitlin family reunion was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hillelsohn, of Pleasantville, West-
chester, N. Y. During their stay, they were guests of Mrs. Ethel
Ball and her son, Dr. Stanley Ball, a neurologist with the
Albany Medical College, whose summer home is in the Heldeburg
Mountains. Their niece, 1Vliss Bryna Ball, associate director of
the national manpower council staff, Columbia University, enter-
tained the Gitlins in New York.
The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Schwartz,
of 16115 Forrer, was celebrated at a cocktail party given by
their children, Dr. and Mrs. Larry Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis Brownstein. Out-of-town guests included the sisters of
Mrs. Schwartz: Mrs. Simon Quiat and Mrs. Sam Judd, of Denver.
Dr. Schwartz, formerly of Detroit, is now a resident of Seattle.
Out-of-town guests here during the Labor Day weekend to fraternity. A June wedding is
participate in ceremonies at which Arthur Yale Liss, son of Mr. planned.
and Mrs. George R. Liss, observed his Bar Mitzvah included the
following: Dr. and Mrs. Ira J. Liss and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Pickelner, of Houston, Tex.; the Louis J. Blochs, Miss Francine
Bloch, Mr. Ronald Bloch, the Joseph Kanes, Fred Blochs, S.
Mitchell Blochs, Mr-. Arthur Bloch, Miss Margery Sue Bloch,
Mrs. Sylvia Shenker, Miss Terri Jill Babitt and the Ben Stein-
bergs, all of Philadelphia; the Sidney Pozens, of Coral Gables,
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Fla.; Jack L. Devorkins, of Milwaukee, Wis.; Louis Lisses, of Long
Beach, N. Y.; Miss Minnie Lees, of Lodi, N. J.; the Allan Leveens
and Richard Nussbaums, of West Englewood, N. J.; the Nathan
Schildkrauts and Susan Schildkraut, of Trenton, N. J. The Bar
Mitzvah was observed Sept. 5 in the Adas Shalom Synagogue,
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
and a dinner in Arthur's honor was held the following evening,
in the synagogue social hall.
Mrs. Ida Schultz, former Detroiter, now of Los Angeles, is * Weddings
recovering from a fall in which she broke her arm and a rib.
She is the mother of Mrs. Dorothy Standish, of Cascade Ave.. * Mitzvahs
Detroit, and Mr. Leo Schultz, of Oak Park.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Levine, of New York, formerly of *Quality work
Detroit, sailed last Friday on the S. S. United States for England, •
where Dr. Levine will spend a year in medical research at Oxford
University. Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva Uni- !t• UN 3-8532
versity, where Dr. Levine is a research fellow, is extending his
fellowship to Oxford, so that he may continue his current studies
in brain chemistry. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Levine of Strathmoor
Ave., Dr. Levine's parents, have returned home after spend-
ing a week with their children in New York prior to their
departure for Oxford.
.. • And as a result you'll find that all our baked
The new Mrs. Dunsky is the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice Philip Myers of Wilde-
mere Ave. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Dunsky, of Santa Barbara Dr.
After receiving their guests
at dinner and dancing, the
newlyweds flew west to Carmel-
by-the-Sea and San Francisco.
They will make their home in
Detroit after the honeymoon.
Matron of honor at the wed-
ding ceremony was Mrs. Samuel
Millstone of Gettysburg, South
Dakota. Mrs. Walter J. Rubiner
Of Southfield and Sandra White
of Birmingham were brides-
Mr. Dunsky was served by
Bert Bez, best man. Seating the
guests were Messrs. Joel Dun-
sky, his cousin; C. Robert
Wartwell; Marshall Badt of
Coloma, Mich., and Sheldon
Following the custom of wear-
ing or carrying something
"borrowed," the bride wore a
Juliet pearl - outlined crown
worn by her matron of honor
at her marriage last December.
Her two tiered veil of Eliza-
bethan illusion was of fingertip
A gown of bridal-white bou-
quet taffeta and Alencon lace
was highlighted by a bodice of
pearl-studded lace appliques,
styled with a bertha collar and
long sleeves coming to a point
over her hands. The full skirt
For the first time, a regular corner geared primarily for
dropped into a chapel train. She
carried a bouquet of stephanotis Anglo-Hebrew radio program youngsters attending schools
will -be heard four nights week- where Hebrew is taught, litur-
and amazon lilies.
ly beginning Oct. 1, it was an- gical and contemporary Israeli
nounced by Rabbi Milton Arm, music, talks, songs and readings
Inbal to Perform
temporary chairman of the ad- by guest personalities.
visory committee for "Hakol
"Hakol Ha-Ivri" has received
Dances of Yemen
Ha-Ivri" ("The Hebrew Voice"), wide-spread support from local
the official name of the new leaders in the Jewish Com-
at Masonic Temple
munity because of the cultural
Yemenite and shepherd
David S. Tesher, Consul Gen- value to be derived from this
dances, folk songs and such eral of Israel in the Midwest, new and unique broadcasting
Biblical_ stories as the "Song will inaugurate the series and venture," Cohen said.
of Deborah" and "The Queen greet the Jewish community on
of Sheba" will be performed the Jewish New Year.
Brandeis Women Slate
by the Inbal, Dance Theater of
"The purpose of Hakol Ha- First Membership Tea
Israel during the Masonic Tem-
Ivri is to further the oral use
ple 1959-60 season.
The first of a series of mem-
of the modern Hebrew language,
One of nine nations to be promote the literary and musi- bership teas to spearhead the
included in this "world of en- cal idiom of Israel and foster 1959-60 membership drive of
tertainment," Israel will send an appreciation and understand- Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Uni-
the 30-member company with ing for the traditional values versity National Women's Com-
its program of primitive songs associated with the Bible and mittee, will be held at 1:30
and dances, accompanied by Jewish life," according to the p.m. Monday at the home of
drum s, tambourines, flutes, director of "Hakol Ha-Ivri," Ra- Mrs. Irving Goldman, 32500
Rock Ridge, Franklin, Mich.
finger cymbals and ankle bells. phael Cohen.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Among the other interna-
He outlined the format of the
tional artists to perform will new program which will be Harold Moss, a former presi-
be violinist David Oistrakh, of broadcast on Station WJLB dent of the Cincinnati, 0. chap-
the USSR. Japan, Spain, Monday through Thursday from ter, and a member of the Na-
France, Canada, Austria, Is- 7:30 to 8 p.m., commencing just tional Board. "The Challenge,"
rael, Poland, Russia and the prior to the Jewish New Year. a recently released film, will
United States will be repre- "This half hour evening pro- show campus activities and the
sented • by their symphony or- gram will specialize in bringing construction of the new Bran-
chestras, concert bands, ballet
the finest of Hebrew culture to
Under the leadership of Mrs.
troupes a n d theatrical com- adults and children alike," he
Alvin Barnett, president, the
panies, besides outstanding stated.
event is being planned by chair-
Among the regular features men Mesdames Charles Brisk-
American performers will in- will be a daily Bible quotation man and Leo Mellen. Mrs. Mil-
clude Isaac St e r n, violinist, with commentary, Hebrew les-
ton Doner is hospitality chair-
and Rise Stevens, operatic star. sons for beginners, a children's man.
Anglo-Hebrew Radio Series
Starts Oct. 1 on .WJLB
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