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April 07, 1961 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-07

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Area Workmen's - Bornstein-Eisler
I ,Circle to Aid in Rites Solomnized
-.5 'Books Abroad'

Detroiters will soon be given
the 'opportunity to contribute
in a very real way to the ideo-
struggle against Corn-
: logical
-
munism. Mayor Miriani has
endorsed a new "Books Abroad
Project" and proclaimed May
10 as "Books Abroad Day" in
Detroit.
At the request of United
States Information Agency ex-
ecutive Benjamin R. Stickney,
the Workmen's Circle of De-
troit has agreed . to initiate a
campaign to help the peoples
of the world to understand bet-
ter the democratic way of life.
At a recent Presidential news
conference, it was pointed out
that the Soviet Union and Com-
munist China send a large pro-
portion of • the three -to four
billion books they publish an-
nually to t h e uncommitted
countries, whereas the U. S.
Information Agency is able to
send only a relatively small
number.
At the present time, a pro-
visional committee has been
organized by the Workmen's
Circle for the purpose of reach-
ing a representative segment
of Greater Detroit's population
which will inaugurate a one
or two-week campaign to collect
good reading material. Every-
one will be called upon to sub-
mit books at various collection
,points,- from which they will
be shipped abroad by the USIA
to combat the flow of Corn-
. munist propaganda.
The larger, working commit-
tee will be formed, and policies
and target dates for the drive
will be adopted at a special
dutch treat luncheon to be held'
' noon May 10 at the Sheraton
Cadillac Hotel.
T h e Provisional Committee
is headed by Monroe M. Title,
and the secretaries are Mrs.
Moses Caplan and Mrs. Shmarya
Kleinman.
Temporary headquarters of
the "Books Aboard" project is
at the Workmen's. Circle Edu-
cational Center, 18340 W. Seven
Mile.

Meisner-Lippitt
Announce Partnership
in Insurance Agency

Gordon R. Meisner and David

• M. Lippitt have announced their

, association as partners in the
Meisner-Lippitt Agency, with pro-
visions to service a complete
; range of insurance needs.
A graduate of the Detroit Col-
lege of Law and member of the
Michigan Bar ' Association, Meis-
ner has been an insurance agent
for ten years. He lives with his
wife and three children on Col-
leen Ave., Oak Park.
Lippitt, who attended Walsh
Institute of Accounting and
Wayne State University, has been
in the insurance business for
three years. He lives with his wife
I. and two children on Rensselaer
Ave., Oak Park. Both men are
Army veterans.
The Meisneri - Lippitt Agency
'; serves, also, as representative of
the Indianapolis Life Insuranc
•! Co.
Anyone wishing to have a
insurance program detailed fo
his individual requirements, or
+ plan presented for any particular
or specialized area of coverage,
can obtain such counsel, .without
obligation, by contacting the
Meisner-Lippitt Agency at 16'038
W. McNichols.

Wayne County Probate Judge
Ira G. Kaufman has set up a
unique program whereby staff
' members and occupational ther-
apy students in training at Ypsi-
lanti State Hospital, Northville
State Hospital and Wayne County
General Hospital and Infirmary
attend his court docket of men-
tally ill cases for the purpose of
orientation and' training.

Mayor Proclaims National Jewish
Hospital Day, - Area Leaders Meet

Despite its name, the National
Jewish Hospital at Denver is a
non-secretarian medical and re-
search center which admits all
patients regardless of their race,
their religious following, or their
national origin.
It operates on this principle
365 days in the year, laying down
only one rule for admissions—
you must be unable to pay for
treatment. This is embodied in
its motto: "None may enter who
can pay .. • none can pay who
enter."
This 325-bed institution is in
its 62nd year of rendering treat-
ment and doing research in tu-
berculosis, asthma, and other
chest diseases, including , cardio-
vascular ailments which lend
themselves to surgery.
To mark the hospital's history
of unselfish service a group of
Detroit leaders including Mayor
Louis C. Miriani, will hold a
luncheon meeting at noon April
26 in the Statler-Hilton Hotel.

MRS. BERNARD BORNSTEIN

Francey Beverly Eisler was
wed to Bernard Bornstein in a
double-ring ceremony performed
March 5 by Rabbi Jacob Segal
and Cantor Nicholas Fenakel at
Adas Shalom Synagogue.
The newlyweds are the chil-
dren of Mrs. Millard Eisler of
Turner Ave. and the late Mil-
lard Eisler and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bornstein of Toronto,
Ont.
The bride wore a gown of
ice blue satin styled . with a
bodice of satin covered by an
oVer-bodice of chantilly lace
which swept into a chapel train.
The satin skirt under the lace
flared over a hoop. A crown. of
seed pearls held the three-tiered
knee-length veil. She carried a
confirmation Bible decorated
with orchids.
Mrs. HarveY Snider was ma-
tron of honor and Cynthia Dwor-
kin was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Shirleyanne Dwor-
kin, Jaceyn Erlich, Rochelle
Siegel and Pauline Eisler, junior
bridesmaid. ,Miriam Ann Berry
and Betsy Gail Snider were
flower girls.
Stanley Bornstein served his
brother as best man. Ushers
were Jerry Cutler, Sidney
Zionce, Don Sherman, Harvey
Gardner, Harold Berry, Chuck
Kadin and Millard Eisler, ring-
bearer.
The couple will reside in
Toronto following a Nassau,
Jamaica, and New York - honey-
moon.

Kottler, Emily Adams
and Saslav in Next
Concert at Center

_Mischa Kottler, well
e-
troit pianist, will be solois at
the fifth Center Symphony r-
chestra concert, under the
ec-
tion of Julius Chajes, Tu day
evening, April 18, at the aron
DeRoy Theater of t
wish
Center.
Kottler, who is mu
ec
for of WWJ, has
0
numerous occas s
h th
Detroit Symph y Or estra, a
well as the enter ympho
Orchestra.
will b hea
Rachmanin
Theme by
Emily A
Detroit Sy
concertmistr
Symphony 0
Saslav, young v
ber of the Detroit
chestra, will be he
Concerto for Tw
Mozart's Ove
from Seraglio"
Fugue from "
round out the pro
Tickets are av
Center Office.

Beth El Young Adults
Plan Religion Talk

The fifth in a series of
monthly religious study group
meetings will be held 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at the home of, Dr. Ber-
nard Bloch, announces Temple
Beth El Young Adult Group
president Joyce Markin.
Rabbi Harold D. Hahn will
lead the discussion. Members
invited.

The day has been officially
proclaimed by Mayor Miriani as
National Jewish Hospital Day.
The citizens group is the De,
troit Committee of NJH and its
membership reflects the inter-
faith policy of the hospital. Chair-
man of the meeting is Ca
Allen Harlan, preside
the
Harlan Electric
a vice
chairman o
t hospital
committe
May
Miriani will present
speci certificate of s
Ma
e Aronsso
the
ronsson Prin
co ibuting gene sly
tim money and servic
ons-
son so is a v .

of
the
ital's
committee.
Othe
ers of the commit-
tee expe d to attend the lunc
eon inc e its chairm
tising
cutive L
.
of Luc f and -ay n
ge
Arnfel
mercha sing e
tive; A n Droo
leader;
aar
Franklin,
A native
e er, Stanley C.
Shubart,
e president of the
National
ish Hospital at '
ver, will
dress the me
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a
office f
arra =
issio
and acce ng contri ■ ions
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