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March 25, 1966 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-25

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Medicare Applications
Solomon-Rose Vows
All Post Offices
to Be Spoken Aug. 21 at Postmaster
Edward L. Baker of

News Brevities

....The Adult Education Division of
the Detroit Board of Education has
announced that the SPRING TERM
REAL ESTATE CLASS will com-
mence 7 p.m. Monday and continue
for eight weeks at Henry Ford
High School. Real estate law and
problems will be the subject of the
weekly class. The course will be
of special value to those taking
exams for their salesmen or brok-
ers licenses.
* * *
Judge BENJAMIN D. BURDICK
of the Wayne Circuit bench will
speak at the annual meeting of
the C & S Employes Credit Union
of Livonia 2 p.m. Sunday at the
Bonnie Brook Country Club. His
subject will be "The Circuit Court
for Wayne County." Judge Burdick
will address members of the Cur-
rent Affairs Club of Redford High
School 3 p.m. Monday. Topic will
be "The Workings of the Wayne
County Circuit Bench."
* * *
Today is "DEPARTMENTAL
SAFETY DAY," concluding the
Detroit Edison Co.'s Safety Action
Week at all Edison facilities. Em-
ployes will evaluate safety precau-
tions on their individual jobs and
attempt to eliminate causes of ac-
cidents before they occur.
* * *
OAK PARK SUMMER CO-
OPERATIVE NURSERY is still
accepting registrations for children
age 3 to 5 for its eight-week sum-
mer program, June 20-Aug. 12. Ses-
sions are held three mornings a
week at Pepper Elementary
School. Mrs. Sylvia Roszak, super-
vising teacher, will offer art,
music, science and play. For regis-
tration or additional information,
contact Mrs. Melvin Eisenberg,

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* * *
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Ex-
plorers in the community this
week have launched their ticket
sales effort for. the Detroit Area
Council "SCOUT-O-RA1VIA '66"
show to be held at Michigan State
Fairgrounds June 3-5. The show
will feature the great variety of
scouting skills, sciences, hobbies
and vocational guidance interests
found in the scouting program.
Ticket sales chairman for the
Greenfield district is Jack Bloye,
16453 7 Mile Rd.
* * *
Evern Sawyer, president of the
Detroit Chapter, National Associa-
tion for Advancement of Ethical
Hypnosis, will speak at a meeting
of the DETROIT WOMEN'S PAS-
SENGER TRAFFIC CLUB Tues-
day at Fishers "666" Restaurant.
At the last meeting, the group re-
solved to write Michigan lawmak-
ers to enact laws that would pro-
vide safer and saner driving. It
also established a book fund at
Wayne State University, which
will help needy students purchase
books needed for their courses.

*

MISS SHEILA SOLOMON

Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Solomon
of Strathmore Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter Shei-
la Mae to Ronald Lee Rose, son of
Mrs. Bessie Rose of Indiana Ave.
and Mr. Victor Rose of Denver.
The future bridegroom holds a
teaching degree from the Univer-
sity of Colorado and belonged to
Alpha Omega Fraternity.
The wedding date is set for
Aug. 21.

IRV FIELD

Detroit announced that application
blanks for supplemental Medicare
benefits are now available at all
local post offices.
The blanks are being made avail-
able as the Social Security Admin-
istration seeks to contact 3,100,000
senior citizens before a March 31
deadline imposed by the Medicare
law.
President Johnson has pro-
claimed March as "National Medi-
care Enrollment Month." He urged
all federal agencies and all citizens
to cooperate in enrolling senior
citizens in the program .
Everyone 65 and over is eligible
for basic hospital benefits under
Medicare. Senior citizens who
reached 65 before 1966 face a two-
year delay if they do not sign up
by March 31.

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cooperation with all Farband
branches, will have a third seder
April 9 in the Labor Zionist In-
stitute, Ben Harold, City Commit-
tee chairman, announced.
A Haggadah from both the origi-
nal and new sources, is being pre-
pared. Students from the Hayim
Greenberg School will take part.
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John E. Lama, instructor in
Wayne State University's depart-
ment of speech and the institute
of labor and industrial relations,
announced his candidacy in the
Democratic nomination for the
State Senate, seventh senatorial
district.
Born in Detroit, Lama has served
on the faculty of Detroit Country
Day High School, Monmouth Col-
lege, Indiana University, and the
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree
and a Master of Arts degree from
Wayne State University and has
done doctoral work at Indiana Uni-
versity.
Lama will oppose the incumbent,
Raymond Dzendzel.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, March 25, 1966

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HARRY MARK PETRAKIS, au- Hashomer Hatzair
thor and teacher, will be Detroit
Town Hall's final speaker of the Sets Annual Seder
Dean of the Arab-Jewish Insti-
current season, when he discusses
"A Sense of Values: Contempor- tute of Israel, Yechiel Harrari, will
ary Literature in a Time of keynote the annual Israeli Third
Change," at 11 a.m. in Fisher Seder of Hashomer Hatzair 8 p.m.
April 2 at the Jewish Center.
Theater Wednesday.
Modern and traditional Jewish
arranged by the Ken Negba
Detroit Habonim Reunion music,
a capella choir, will highlight the
cultural part of the program.
One of Several in U.S.
Based on the unique Pesach
Reunions of Habonim Alumni-
graduates of Habonim, the North seder celebrated in the kibbutz,
American youth organization — the p r o g r am includes drama,
;c, dances and the pageant of
will be held throughout the United
States and Canada following the Moses.
Theme of the evening is "In
first successful reunion held at
New York's Park Sheraton Hotel Every Generation." Each section
of the presentations will stress
March 12 and attended by nearly
the extent to which Jews today
300 alumni.
must consider themselves as hav-
Detroit's will be held 8:30 p.m. ing gone out of bondage, to value
Saturday at the home of Bernie their freedoms and culture and
and Flo Schreier, 18441 Santa traditions.
Barbara. The date was erroneous
A member of Kibbutz Ein She-
in last week's issue. For informa- mer, well versed in the sphere of
tion, call the Schreiers, UN 4-8544. Arab Jewish relations, Harrari
Mrs. Schreier is a member of will speak on the subject, "Jews
the national executive committee in a Changing World."
of the alumni.
Pesach refreshments will be
served. Admission, to adults and
children. is nominal. For reserva-
tions, call Assaf Orr, UN 4-569e.

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