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March 06, 1964 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-06

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Friday, March 6, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NE

1111-31FORD

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S By JAY MASSERMAN

Red Mogen David Israel Work-Out

Man's Own Nature
Vienna Hails Program
It is absolutely untrue that a
by Polish Yiddish Group man must do or refrain from

VIENNA, (JTA)—The press
and public here gave an en-
thusiastic reception to perform-
ances here by the Yiddish State
Theater of Poland of the plays,
"Mirele Efross" by Jacob Gor-
don and "Sender Blank" by
Sholem Aleichem. A fragment
of "Mirele Efross" was also
presented over the Austrian
television network.

doing a certain thing; the con-
stellation at the time of his birth
does not determine his line of
conduct. No compulsion or ex-
ternal influence is exerted, un-
less it is his own nature to be
weak. — Maimonides, Eight
Chapters, VIII.

He who associates with the
unclean becomes unclean him-
self.--Baba Kama 92.

The M u m f or d graduating
class of June 1964 has elected
the following officers: presi-
dent, John Bookston; vice presi-
dents, Steve Parker and Joe
presents a program of
Moore; treasurer, Mickey Lash,
Ambulances and first-aid equipment as pictured above,
and secretary, Grace Metz. A
tu- gently shipped to Israel by American Red Mogen David, 50
precedent was set with the elec-
W. 57th St., N.Y., were used in a recent nationwide civil defense
tion of two vice presidents.
test carried out by Red Mogen David, the Israel national Red
with
The Mumford concert and
Cross and ambulance service. Red Mogen David has asked the
stage bands, under the direction
American supply and support wing for another 50 ambulances.
of Jack Shelby, head of the fine
arts department, will present
the second annual Bandstand Smoking and Reading — Solution to Problem
SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1964, 8:30 P.M.
Concert 8 p.m. tonight in the
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Israeli and asking about h i s
(Copyright, 1964, Jewish
school auditorium. Proceeds
smoking. "Well," he replied,
Telegraphic Agency, Inc,)
at the JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will go for the purchase of new
"there has been so much in the
I was reading a story this
band uniforms. Tickets may be
papers lately about the dangers
AARON DeROY THEATER - 18100 MEYERS RD.
week in an Israeli paper. The of smoking that I quit."
purchased at the door.
anti-smoking
campaign
there,
it
"So
you
quit
smoking,"
said
Mumford can be justly
Donation: $1.50 and $2.00
seems, is as strong as in the writer.
proud that all 1'7 of the Merit
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: W. C. CENTER-18340 W. 7 Mile Rd.,
America, and the writer of this
"No," said the man, "I quit
Scholarship semifinalists have
& BORENSTEIN'S BOOK STORE, 13535 W. 7 Mile Rd.
story tells of meeting another reading the papers."
placed in the finals. They are:
Martin Abel, Karen Anglin,
William Ascher, Sanford Bell,
Gail Bernstein, Stephen Boo-
din, Murray Ehrinpreis, David
Halpert, Neil Juliar, Susan
Lieberman, Ronald Lux, How-
ard Miller, Carole Nathan,
Allan Pollack, Leonard Sahn,
Steven Schwartz and Thomas
Spira. Grants range from
$100. to $1,500 annually for
four years. On March 10, this
year's Merit Tests will be
held, with over 450 taking
the tests.
Don Aptekar, president of
Those of us who lived in the early part of this
the student council, has an-
medicine man. He is the POLITICAL MEDI-
nounced that the week of March
century remember the medicine man. With
CINE MAN and his cures are guaranteed not
16-20 is student participation
his tall hat and perhaps a monkey at his side,
week at Mumford. Activities
only to relieve you of your suffering, but to
will include dress-up day, sweat-
he concocted some of the most palatable
make it painless so far as your pocketbook is
shirt day and students' day,
and useless recipes known. His potions were
where the students take over
concerned. It's the same old gimmick in a
the school. A doughnut sale
good for everyone regardless of his ailment,
new cloak. A new brand of governmental anti-
will be held, with proceeds go-
ing to the scholarship fund. Ad-
and if it didn't taste too good, you could al-
biotic, easy to get through the Social Security
visers of the student council are
ways use it to polish the old family piano.
needle, and guaranteed to get your vote, even
Jonathan Swift, George Cairns,
Mrs. Laura Luhr and Floyd
Today, it appears, we have a new kind of
if it doesn't cure you.
Dain.
Fifteen Mumford students
The present administration in Washington is flooding the country with pamphlets, brochures,
were among the winners in the
Detroit News Scholastic Writing
and speeches, which are misleading, and full of distortions and partial truths about the current
Awards contest. Gold keys were
medical concoction prescribed by "Doctor" King of California and "Doctor" Anderson of New
won by Sanford Bell, in poetry,
and Joel Hencken, for a . dra-
Mexico. Your Congressman is being urged to turn "Medicine Man" and support House Bill #3920
matic script. Honorable mention
(the King-Anderson Bill) . What you aren't told about this Bill is that. ...
certificates went to Barbara
Parker, informal essay; Lewis
Elbinger and Jay Masserman,
• It would cover less than one-quarter (25% ) of the total yearly health
poetry; and Joseph Burnstein,
dramatic script. Commendation
care costs of the average aged person
certificates were awarded to
• You pay the first $20.00 of outpatient diagnostic service.
Phyllis Rosenbaum, short, short
story; Mary Aho, Gail Kaye,
• Your doctor's services are not provided for.
Michael Kayne a n d Lenore
Libby, informal essay; Mark
• The wage earner will pay for the medical care of the well-to-do.
Gudwin and Edith Katz, formal
essay; David Rosenthal, sketch;
• This Bill is admittedly only the first step toward the eventual social-
and Justine Friedland, poetry.
ization of the entire medical profession.
The Current Affairs Club, in
preparation for its mock Repub-
• And finally, the main reason for this proposed piece of legislation
lican convention, heard Steven
is not really a sincere concern for medical care, but your vote.
Stockmeyer, field representa-
tive for the Republican party in
southeastern Michigan, a n d
Democratic Rep. Lucian Nedzi
of the First District. This .week
a group of 54 members, headed
by Russ Linden, president, vis-
ited Lansing and attended the
legislative session.
Your Congressman's Address is:
On March 13, all the foreign
exchange students in the De-
House Office Building
troit area will attend classes at
Mumford and will be greeted
Washington, D.C.
at an assembly.
Petitions asking that the vot-
Your Senators are : Philip A. Hart, Patrick V. McNamara
ing age be lowered to 18 are
being circulated at Mumford
and other high schools.
Their Address:
There will be no school
Senate Office Building, Washington, B.C.
March 11 because of Teachers
Institute Day.

The Workmen's Circle

HUMOR SONGS SKETCHES

MORT FREEMAN
MINNA BERN

SHMUEL FISHER
RENEE SOLOMON

as your congressman
turned medicine man?

If you believe the King-Anderson Bill is "bad medicine", write your
Congressman and ask him to oppose II. R. No. 3920.

Cast thy bread upon the
waters: for thou shalt find it
after many days.—Eccles. 11:1.

WAYNE COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY

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