THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Sersteraber 17, 1971
In the Day of Judgment
Resh Lakish said: In the future
day of judgment, all animals will
be assembled and, will ask the
serpent why he poisons his prey.
They will_ say, "The lion destroys,
so that he may eat. The wolf tears
prey for food. What do you gain,
through your poison?" And the
serpent will reply, "Ask the
slanderer, for he, too, destroys
without benefit to himself."—Tal-
Osio of Aminiars filsoof .Orgookos
TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY
No Cover—No Minimum
• LUNCHEON DAILY
• CHOICE c.00IETAILS"
- In the :Yiddish newspiper,t the
Forward. there is an interesting
column, !`.A Model Brief"—Pack of
Letters.- It offers .advice to the
lovelorn; it is a clearing honk-for
all sorts of - communications to , the
editor asking for advice on , any-
thing and -.everything touching- on
human' experience. • -
Researchers at the American
Jewish Archives' on. the Cincinnati
campus of Hebrew Union College
have found that this was -not the
first Jewish column of its type.
About 150 Years earlier, Mordecai
Manuel Noah occasionally wrote
vignettes or feuilletons, beautiful
succinct word sketches on personal
and intimate matters. He did not
wait to be asked: he ,anticipated
questions and supplied answers.
(Just W. of Woodward) -
Privet* Attendant Parkin,
and capable. Should a man avoid
a girl whose father wants to endow
her? M at all. If a father is rich
-Can afford to give her a hand-
some fortune he ought to do so
making, provision for her and the
children, for a husband may lose
all-and may, not- be able "to place
her, beyond the -vicissitudes of
trade and commerce."
"Gleanings from a Gathered
Harvest" went through two edi-
tions in leis than three years. A
copy, formerly owned by Simon
Wolf, the official and unofficial
Washington lobbyist for Jews from
the time of the Civil War till the
early years of the 20th Century,
is in the Rare Book Room of the
Hebrew Union College Library.
morciecai Manuel Noah was
By JACOB. R. MARCUS - -•:.
Director, Anterican.„Jewish .Arcbfireiil;-
Hebrew Union CollegnJewisit Janata*
Noah's - cousin, Uriali
Levy, .rose to command the
terranean fleet is the years shcirtl*-
before the Civil War, despite
fact that be was fought. nvery inO
of the way because he was a Jew ,
Noah *as a great, Aericair
playwright and a widely -read news- .
paperman—one of the best known.
in New York City. Like „unity
others, he went into politics. -Hit
was the head of Tammany, a good,
liberal organization In his
surveyor of the Port of New York,'
a judge, a consul in Tunis, a so--
cial reformer and a proto-Zio n ist,
As far back as 1820, he wanted
for e - ar teest
bil a sh o and
n to eires i r uff
s ,cgo on m y ms
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• "THE - DIRTY- OUTLAWS"
Sun 2:20, 6:10, 1010.
Should a man marry for love or
Plus Lee VenClerrf In
money? There is no question that
Wed. Matinee 2:40 only. Week nights
he should get married. Marriage
Every INEDIMESCIAY, Ladieile Day
llostaiiminammassoommoill is the only road to true happiness, -
Wed. 11 until, 5:00
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
but if a' man marries merely for Late Shrew
SAT. SUN. Special Children's Matinee
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money, he will end up with "pride'
SHOWN at 12:011 &210. All S eats 7 3c
and ugliness." And in spite of the
wealth he 'secures he will enjoy
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isfaction." It is best to marry a
"A NEW LEAF"
girl' who brings no fortune, whose Take
a Great . Adventure With Us In
An Barbara Streisand In
wealth consists of virtue and econ- One of the. Great Pictures.Cinerama
"ON A CLEAR DAY"
omy. A good girl is one who is
amiable and industrious. A proper
SAT. A SUN. SPEC. CHILDREN'S
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man is one who is honest
All seats 75 cents. Open 12:30
I GOLD STAR - I:Arc:Wit&
19733 It 7 Mile (lit Mks. L Evergreen)
h a ang
ed- . 511
' a le Ch hris
thesh h tla g d e litterbae-
days, -he hammered constantly on ture feu e r inettuS Personal-
fo e rm,
the theme that Palestine must be Ibrtein
restored to the Jews and an inde- are on
pendent state reestablished. He Jer_t ell Archives-
was also sheriff of New York City
and when someone sneered saying
it was too bad that a Jew had the
right to hang a Christian, :he is
GREEWIELD N. OF NINE MILE MAD
reputed to have answered, "it .was
one of the most important Jews
Included in a collection Of the
in the- 'United States in the dayS
best of Noah's miniscule essays
before the Civil War. Noah was
published in 1845, in a small vol-
born in 1785, and died in 1851.
ume entitled "Gleanings from a
was a grandson of James
Gathered Harvest," is a little
Phillips, a fighter for civil lib-
gem, "hfoney and Matrimony,"
at the time the Constitu-
It tackles the problems of court-
tion was being written, who
ship and, marriage. Too many
wanted to be sure that in the
girls in - our clay, he wrote, are
new United States the Jews
There- are two things
h -hit is:life
extravagant and scare off young
:honld have-the freedoms' which f r which we are never fully
men who want to marry them.
The young men' are even worse.
They spend huge sums for
clothes, a horse and buggy, tick-
ets for the opera, full dress, and
expensive trinkets like rings,
seals, and chains. If young men
and women are extravagant it is
rang' apv. Warren_iet 1.111Nr 1R041
the fault - of the parents who in-
dulge them. There is some 'ex-
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cuse for indulging a girl, none for
Wed. wiefirwe 1:00 only, $1 until 51,0.
TheyDealt .1WDestii Violence
a young man.
Wk. nights eves. 6:25, 10:00: Sat. and
Detroit's Moat' Intimate
24$ W.' MeNiclrele 116$40 I
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Every Wed. Matinees 1-5, $1
MA1 KAI • at Farmington Rd.
Chi Wen Tzu used to think thrice
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before acting. The Master hearing ATLAS On 3 Plymouth,
bike. W. of Greenfield
Held Over 3rel Week
of it said: "Twice would do."—
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Sayings of Confucius.
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WIC.- DAYS -910 Orly. SAT. 610, E:45.
SUN.- 3:10, , 610, 8:45.
Metro Entertainment Coupons Accepted
7:05, 9:30. WED. MATINEE 1:10. WED.
TUES. and THUR. 2:50, 5:10, 7:40, 1010.
EVE 715, 0:30. Wed. 'Mat. $l until 510.
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Summer of '42: Hlt of .71
Jennifer amine a -Gary Grimes In
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Also Anthony Quinn & Ann-Margaret in
th and Final Week .
Woody Allen Comedy
Special children's matinee, Set. only.
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Wit. NIGHTS Open 7:00, shown 7:20
10:15. SAT.. 7:35 & 1010
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Open - tee Shown 11*, 3:15 .
erimaishini 14 ,.l weeewer ei at Maple
-' - liaatin e‘ every
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at 1:45-adults sl
Frt. abevnt 6:40, l:30, 10:20
SAT. & SUN: EVE. 6:04 8.00,1:50
MON., TUBS. ..THUR. 7:40, 940. WED.
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Vrarard 2 Mks. S. IS ?AL
Hai Over' 3rd Week
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