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TRAGIC DEATH OF
BARRY ROTHSTEIN

Would Have Been Bar Mitzvah Feb. 19;
Charge of Discrimination Withdrawn
November 26, 1943

Funeral services for 12-year-old Barry Rothstein, son of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel
Rothstein of Ann Arbor, formerly of Detroit, were held Sunday at Lewis Bros. Funeral
Home in Detroit. Barry died in an accidental discharge of a loaded pistol at the
home of a young friend. His parents were preparing for his Bar Mitzvah, which
would have been Feb. 19.
The mother had first charged discrimination, saying Barry's classmates in the
Tappan School have refused to play with him. But she accepted the verdict of
accidental death on Saturday evening when the playmate in whose home the
tragedy occurred related the entire story of the incident.

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October 9, 1959

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Washington — Modernization of immigration laws, including abandonment of
the national origins system, were suggested Tuesday in a report issued by the
Republican Committee on Program and Progress. Published by the Republican
National Committee (RNC), the recommendations urged a policy for national
security and peace in which "immigration laws must be an aid and not a hindrance
to an effective foreign policy."
It was recommended that immigration laws be made "a service of renewal and
replenishment of the springs of creative activity in our society."

MUMFORD MUSINGS

By Alan Schwartz
October 16, 1959

The Mustangs once again showed their powerful offense and rolled to an easy
26-7 victory over hapless Central last Friday. Scoring Mumford's touchdowns were
Jim Sessions, Willie Binion, Frank Goldberg and Dick Bookhoff.
Mumford's tankers sank Pershing last Thursday, 75-15. Seeing first for Mumford
were Jerry Sanders, Allen Jones, Marty Deutsch, Allan Katz, John Holmes, Fred Doner
and Marty Chattman and the medley and freestyle relay teams.

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