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February 16, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-16

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Miss BaYbara Roseiithal -Facts Regarding Medicare System ` -
Sam F. Test, district manager of by medicare. This is a lifetime
Julius Rotenberg Honorary Chairman to Wed Philadelphian the U. S. Department of Health, reserve that you can draw upon
Education and W e l f are of the if you have used up the 90 days
Social Security Administration, in a "spell of illness." During these
of Vaad Harabonim Banquet March 3
additional days, your Medicare

28—Friday, February 16, -1968


Julius Rotenberg, who was , many traditional institutions and
named "Man of the Year" by the' projects here and abroad.
A staunch- supporter of the state
Vaad Harabonim in 1967, is serv-
ing as honorary chairman of the of Israel. he is also on the board of
Vaad and Merkaz 30th anniversary trustees of Cong. Bnai David was
banquet to be held March 3 at one of the first supporters of Sinai
Cobo Hall, it was announced by Hospital and serves the causes of
Nathan Soberman, general chair- , Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, Yeshi-
vath Hakhemey Lublin, Habad,
Yeshivath Hadorom in Israel, the
Heading t h e
Jewish Home for the Aged and the
committee with
General Israel Orphans Home for
Soberman a n d
Rotenberg, a r e
Irwin I. Cohn,
also as honorary
chairman, a n d
Norman Allan
and S o I Nuss-
baum as co-chair-
men. •
T h e council's
Dr. Martin Hamburger will be
quarters at 13327 W. Seven Mile
guest speaker at the Intercon-
was made possible through the
gregational Men's Club Dinner to
generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Roten-
be held 6:30 o.m. Tuesday at Cong.
berg. In addition, he supports
Bnai David.
Dr. Hamburger, who holds a
PhD degree in psychology from
Columbia University. has been at
New York University since 1957
CRESCENT SHRINE CLUB an and is now professor of education
nounces the election and instllation I and head of the division of voca-
of these nobles in the North•es
tional education and applied arts
Detroit and suburban group o , and science.
Moslem Temple: president, Wil
He has taught either on the reg-
Ham Feldman; vice presidents ular or visiting staffs of Orange
Percy Swartz and Harry Weitz County Community College, Teach-
man: recording secretary, Abra
""74 ers College. Co-
ham Waronoff; financial secretary
' lumbia Univer-
Harry Landsman, and treasurer,
sity. New Haven
Sidney Robins. The new board of
State Teachers
governors includes Martin Barahl,
Thllege, Queens
Louis Garber, William Garelik,
"7'ollege and Har-
Michael Gentile Sr., Gerald Groat
v a r d University;
Jr., Dr. Sidney Z. Leib, Leon Ser-
has been a place-
ling, and Otto A. Silvers and
ment interviewer,
Joseph Siegel. They will be pub-
vocational coun-
licly presented when the club holds
selo r, research
its 14th annual President's Ball at
the Elmwood Casin o, Windsor,
roup worker,
Feb. 28.
personnel special-
ist in hospitals,
community agen-
cies, government
FRATERNITY, Detroit Graduate
and industry; and
Chapters, has elected the following
Dr. Hamburger is a consultant to
officers: Norman R. Letzer, chan-
cellor; Edward D. Gold and Ed-
ward P. May. vice chancellors; U.S. Office of Education, Hadassah,
Marshall Keltz, bursar; Frederick Youth Aliya and various school
B. Gold. master of the rolls; and systems and public agencies.
Former editor of the Vocational
Donald Moses, liaison officer with
Guidance Quarterly, he was for
undergraduate chapters.
two years director of the NYU
Counseling and Guidance Training
Psychiatrist to Speak
Institutes, which were concerned
with urban disadvantaged youth.
to Beth Aaron Men
For several years he has been in-
The annual late Friday evening volved in studying problems of
service of the Beth Aaron Men's youth, work and education in a
Club will take place at the syna- number of countries including
gogue 8:30 p.m. Feb. 23.
Japan, England. Russia and Is-
Featured will be an address by rael.
psychiatrist Dr. Bruce L. Danto,
In December he made his fifth
who will speak on "The Role of the trip to Israel in connection with
Jewish Family in Today's Moral an ongoing project concerning de-
prived North African adolescents.
The service will be followed by
a social hour and an oneg Shabat
in the social hall. Maynard Feld-
man is president of the men's club
and Gerald Goldberg in charge
of planning for this service.
The election of several De-
trotters to the board of the Ameri-
can ORT Federation w a s an-
Measles can cause
nounced by Dr. William Haber,
mental retardation.
president. Dr. Haber is dean of the
liberal arts college at the Univers-
Now, for the first time,
ity of Michigan.
you can protect your child
Designated to the national board
against measles and its
of directors were Paul Zuckerman
serious complications
Earl Gilman. both officers of
with a new vaccine.
Detroit Men's ORT. Their names
were placed in nomination by
Make sure your child gets
Harry Platt. founder and president
the measles vaccine
of Detroit Men's ORT. Platt is a
at the earliest time
national director of American ORT
recommended by your doctot
or clinic. There are other
and a member of its executive
safeguards against mental

NYU Educator
to Talk at Dinner
of Men's Clubs


Men's Clubs

Detroiters Fleeted
to ORT Board

retardation. You should
know about them.
Write for a free booklet.

The President's Committee
on Mental Retardation
Washington. D C. 20201





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With The Advertising Council.

this week issued additional infor-
mation regarding the improve-
ments signed by President Johnson
on Jan. 2. Test stated:
"Medicare beneficiaries whose
physicians prefer to bill them di-
rectly instead of billing Medicare
will no longer have to pay the bill
and get it receipted before they ,
can collect Medicare payments.
"Under the old law, if the doctor
did not want to submit his bill to
Medicare, a Medicare beneficiary
had to pay the bill and get it
itemized and receipted in order to
claim payment from Medicare.
Now, all the patient needs to send
in with his request for payment is
an itemized bill, even if he has not
yet paid the doctor. If the doctor's
Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Rosenthal office will fill out the bottom part
of Tavistock Trail, Southfield, an- of the standard Request for Pay-
nounce the engagement of their ment form, this will serve as the
daughter Barbara Gayle to Har- itemized bill.
"A person now covered under
vey L. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton S. Cohen of Philadelphia. the hospital insurance part of med-
will be eligible for 60 addi-
Miss Rosenthal is a senior in
the college of education, Eastern tional days of care partly paid for
Michigan University. Mr. Cohen at-
tended Columbia University.
A September wedding is planned.

will pay all but $20 a day of your
covered hospital expenses.
"As before, a spell of illness does
not -end until a 60-day period has
passed during which you were not
a patient in any hospital or skilled
nursing home. When a spell of ill-
ness ends, you again become
eligible for up to 90 days of hos-
pital insurance benefits. The 60-
day reserve, however, is a lifetime
reserve, and none of it is replaced
after you use it.
"Also, the Medicare program
may now make partial payment of
bills for treatment before Jan. 1,
in hospitals not participating in the
Medicare program. If you had to
pay a hospital bill because you
were treated in such a hospital, it
may be possible for you to be re-
imbursed, if the hospital meets
certain minimum standards, i.e.,
it is licensed as a hospital; has a
full-time nursing service; and pro-
vides medical care under the sup-
ervision of a doctor."


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THE J V W PLAYERS will hold
a tryout meeting at 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at the home of Doris
Sandler, 13320 Woodvale, Oak Park.
They are working on "Commerci-
ally Yours," a comedy takeoff on
TV commercials, directed by Edith
Hoffman, with lyrics by Jay
Schwartz. Anyone interested in
participating in this group may call
Dorothy Goldberg, UN 2-6610.

POST will sponsor a night at the
theater 8:30 p.,m. Sunday at the
Jewish Center. "The Rose Tattoo"
will be followed by an afterglow.
For membership information, call
Gerry Feldman, 398 - 8955.



Hal Gordon

Sell Israel Coins

Tuesday has been designated as
the official day of issue for the
government of Israel's 1968 speci-
men sets, Joseph Milo, assistant
trade commissioner, government of
Israel, announced. Featuring the
20th anniversary of the state and
the Holy City of Jerusalem, each
set contains six coins.
Milo said that approximately
2,000 banking offices in more than
150 cities throughout the United
Stataes and Canad a, including
National and Manufacturers in De-
troit, will offer the specimen sets
to their customers and the general
public in the special one-day sale
on Feb. 20.
The specimen coins will sell
through banks for $3.50 per set,
which includes 50 cents per set for
The distribution is being co-
ordinated by the Israel Govern-
ment Coins and Medals Corpora-
tion, the only official organization
for worldwide distribution of
Israel's coins and state medals.


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There Can Be No
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It is the extra "Little
hold its annual membership tea
Things" we give which
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Oak Park
are so much appreciated.
Community Center. Junior vice
president Sara Fleisher has plan-
ned the program, including obliga-
tion of new members and the hon-
Panel to Discuss Book,
oring of 5-, 10-, 15- and 20-year
members. who will be presented j `Nat Turner Confessions'
with pins. Prospective members
Chapter 11 of the Sholem Alei-
are invited.
chem Institute will sponsor the
institute oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m. Fri-
studio of photography
DETROIT AUXILIARY 135, will day.
meet 1 p.m. Thursday at the Labor
Dorothy Feinberg, Dr. Gerald
19492 Livernois Avenue
Zionist Institute. Prospective mem-
Freedman and Aaron Gornbein,
bers are invited.
will participate in a panel discus-
UN 2-0660
sion of "The Confessions of Nat
UN 2-0200
Brig. Gen. Weinstein Turner" by William Styron and
present-day implications for
to Introduce Israeli at its
civil rights. The public is invited
Reception for Lawyers at no charge. Refreshments will be
A military man will introduce a
military man when Israeli Col.
Yaacob Kaplan appears in Detroit
8:30 p.m. Monday to speak at a
reception for lawyers, accountants
and insurance agents at Cong. Bnai
Including the New Double Breasted Tuxedo
Col. Kaplan, on leave from his
post as commanding officer of the
Northern Defense Area of Israel,
will be introduced by Brig. Gen.
William Weinstein, local attorney

who is a member of the U.S.
Marine Corp Reserves.
Speaking for the Jewish National
Fund Foundation in Detroit, Col.
Kaplan will give a personal an-
alysis of the Six-Day War.
Before Col. Kaplan's address,
Criterion Club Will Hold according to Judge Joseph Per-
nick, chairman of the JNF Foun-
Post-Valentines Dance
dation in Detroit, there will be a
The Criterion Club for single cocktail period.
Judge Pernick will preside, and
adults will sponsor its annual Val-
entines Dance 8:30 p.m. Saturday other dignitaries in the legal, ac-
countancy and insurance fields will
at Cong. Beth Hillel.
Social mixers, prizes, refresh- be present at the annual reception
ments and music for dancing, by the JNF Foundation.
provided by George Grossett and
his orchestra, will he featured.
Three out of four children do not
The public is invited.
receive medical attention, either
For information, call Frances at birth or later. UNICEF is their
Kircidel,. 398-2730.




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