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June 07, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-07

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Beth El Marrieds Give $1,000
to Children's Orthogenic School

n er

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day

Education;
Mrs. Ben
en grand-

sident of
chools for
tly honor-
chools.
irman in
e Allied
n d was
1958 of
nd camp-
sident of
oundation
n the Na-
e United
nal board
of Israel
board of
n active
with the
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'unity of
oldest in
re, dating
century,
persons, a
ortuguese-

The Shakespearean Festival
will open at Stratford, Ontario,
June 17, with Shakespeare's
Trojan love story, "Troilus and
Cressida."
"Cyrano de Bergerac" will be
repeated this season, starting
on June 18.
Shakespeare's "Comedy of
Errors" will be staged June 19.
Again, Louis Applebaum and
Tanya Moiseiwitsch play impor-
tant roles in the preparations
for the festival.
Applebaum has composed the
incidental music for many of
the Stratford Festival produc-
tions, most recently "Romeo
and Juliet" (1960), "Corio-

lanus" and "Henry VIII"
(1961), and for "The Taming
of the Shrew' and "Cyrano de.
Bergerac" last season. He be-
came Music Director of the first
Stratford Music Season in 1955
and continued in that position
until 1960. Mr. Applebaum was
responsible during this time for
the creation of the • Festival's
Music Workshops, the formation
of the National Festival Orches-
tra and the 1960 International
Conference of Composers. He
also composed the Festival's
fanfares in 1953, which have
since becOme a traditional part
of each performance. Since
1958, he has been the Music

Director for the musical pro-
ductions presented in the Avon
Theatre. For the 11th Festival
season, Louis Applebaum has
composed the score for "Troilus
and Cressida" and will serve as
Music Director for "The Mika-
do".

The True International Touch!

From LonctonEngland,

ZAN music .

CAILIJN.13065

NORMAN ALLAN & COMPANY extends to you a cordial
invitation to come in and discuss a lovely new diamond ring,
pendant, or any other fine jewelry item with our Mr. Lipsitz.

The Temple Beth El Married Group has donated $1,000 of
proceeds from a recent fund-raising event to the Children's
Orthogenic School. Shown above at the check presentation are,
from left, Merton J. Segal, president of the Group; Rabbi
Harold D. Hahn and Sidney W. Graber, director of the school.

awarded_
Memorial
hed corn-

vith Adas
and Bnai

Noted Personalities Play Lead Roles in Shakespeare Festival

• NORMAN ALLAN & COMPANY has a diamond sure to
please everyone.
Mr. Lipsitz will be pleased to show you a large selection of
rings, cuff links, watcheS, etc. for Dad on his day, June 16th,
priced from $5 to $2500:

Detroiter Brooks Is N. Y. Radio Personality

The "Happy Bachelor" on
Radio Station WPAC, Patcho-
gue, Long Island, is none other
than Mary Brooks, formerly of
Detroit.
He was active in the Mumford
High School Radio Broadcasters
Guild, until his graduation in
1961, and continued his interest

in the field while attending
Michigan State University by
participating on WBRS, the
campus station, of which he was
manager. For a short time he
was associated with WPON in
Pontiac.
Brooks is the son of Mrs. Mae
Brooks and the late Mr. Alex
Brooks.

Les Lipsitz

The Norman Allan Company Building is located directly opposite
Illumford High School. There is free parking on our adjacent lot.

Norman Allan Co.

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lf you do not have any health insurance

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at

You are still eligible to join 10,000
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or all 3 plans
ryi

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aar year up to a lifetime maximum Of
$10,000. Then, after any proven continuous
c-month period without treatment, you are
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prow

If you want OUT-OF-HOSPITAL
tection, this is the plan that pays pre*
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-

medical

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after your eligible ex.
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pay 75% of all further
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reached $100, the 5,000 MEDICAL plan will,
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Pays 75% of these eligible expensn

• Up to $6.50 eligible expense a day for
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le expense all necessary

to doctor's office.

while hospital confined.
gible expense a day for
Nursing Home confine.
a of $1,000.00 eligible

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for

10,000 RESERVE (OD series) is designed
Yeally . big expenses and to start paying benn•

000 lifetime maximum

protection againSt c;iit - of - hospital expenses
and also features a deductible. Each calendar
year after your eligible out-of-hospital ex.
Tenses have reached $100, the 5,000 MEur.
CAL plan takes over and pays 75% of all
further eligible expenses during that calendar
year up to a lifetime maximum of 85,000,
'Then, after any proven continuous 6-month.
-period without treatment, you. are eligible
again for another $5,000 in benefits. This is
The• first plan of its kind ever offered. WI

keep it,

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• Provides as eligible expense 'all hospital
expenses for care received as an out-patient,
• Provides as eligible expense all prescrty

Regardless of your past
or present health-4

list of State Agents twin

be sent upon request,

sa YOUR IMEKEND i TEIrMirElt

your premium, yotfr
policy will never be cancelled, no changes
Il ever be made unless done so to all
-policyholders in your state. Of course, yoU.
have the right to cancel your policy at any

time.

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE:

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Enrollment
ends June 21

Protection
begins July i s
1963

stistouri resided&

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Application form

1

month's premium will be refunded,
Under 65?

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BO days before or after your 65th birthday

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older relative in

your family, many of you

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more of these policies and make
the premium payments yourself.
It's a - wise and Wonderful idea.
just fill out the enrollment blank
and indicate where the premimi.

notices are to be sent,

Income Tax Note: If you cleclar8 tt
parent or relative as a dependent int
your Federal Income Tax, your pay.
ments of premiums for this health in.

100% tax deductible.

.surance are

VOMEMPEEMIMENEEMNE
*
For the purpose of satisfying your deductible, .

* *

and calculating benefits payable for 10,00()
RESERVE and 5,000 MEDICAL, the first calen.

dar year is that period commencing on the
effective date of your policy and ending
December 31 of the same year in which your
Coverage becomes effective; after the first
year, each calendar year is from January 1st
through December 31st, Eligible expenses
incurred toward the deductible during the
last 90 days of the first policy year will be
Counted towards the deductible of tb,0

Calendar year,

over
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'return it within ten days and your first

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or

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lung, oxygen and rental equipment, initial
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nostic laboratory and X-ray procedures on €4,
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for EKG; $24.00 for upper G-I Tract.)
• You are immediately protected for dtly
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viouSly been treated are covered after pug
policy has been in force six months„
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Sons and daughters
enroll your parents

6,000 MEDICAL plan is for
out-of-hospital expenses°
'lie 5,000 MEDICAL (OE series) plan °Tea

0)1, the 65 PLUS (OA series) plan offers you.
excellent basic hospital-surgical protection,
If you now have basic Blue Cross, or any
Similar basic hospital coverage, by all mean

from Jun ,2 through June 2x ONLY!

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agent, your lawyer will tell you what fine.
protection this is. Talk it over with • thein t
1)ut do it soon. This enrollment period inuaL
end midnight, June 27th.

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Please Type or Print All Information Shown
Insureds First Name Initial i Last Name

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$14.50 'monthly-10,000

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