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October 22, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-22

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Panush. Heads Zionist Federation; Sen. Jackson
Dr. Forsyth Describes His Israel
Visit;: Appear Side for Phantoms tO- AdtdreSS''

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dent of tile Zionist Federation of
Detroit at the annual Meeting held
at the Zionist Cultural Center
Tuesday evenim.
He succ e eds the founding presi-
dent of the Federation, Carmi M.
Slomovitz, who, in his presidential
report, told of many firsts for the

LOUIS PANUSH

federated Monist' movement re-
corded during his administration.
Other elected officers of the
Zionist Federation are:
Vice presidents, Rabbi Moses
Lehrman, David Saferstein, Irving
I. Katz, Albert Kramer and Jerry
Malamud, to be in charge, respec-
tively, of programing, Aliya, mem-
bership, public affairs and Israel
products; Dr. Sidney Leib, treas-
urer; Devera Stocker and Isidore
Shrodeck, secretaries; delegates to
Jewish Welfare Federation and
Jewish Community Council Morris

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board members,- Betty -Bienstock,
Morris Brandwine, Dr. Sanford
Bennett, Dr. Arthur Feuer,- Regina
Feuer, Dr. Leo Gold _ man, Dr. Joel
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Marion Leib, Morris Ofshay, Dr.
Eugene Pious, Anna Slomovitz,
Corral M. Slomovitz and Sharron
Slomovitz. Philip Slomovitz and .
Isidore Shrodeck are members of
the national executive of the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation.
Dr. John V. Forsyth, executive
director of the Detroit Council
of Churches, gueSt speaker at
Tuesday's meeting, describing
his Israel visit two months ago,
praised "the effort to build a
democratic unity in a diverse
population."
He said he was greatly im-
pressed by the work in Israel,
especially in the kibutzim, and he
spoke with admiration of the
"sense of purpose among Israel's
youth."
Dr. Forsyth praised the generos-
ity of American Jews as builders
of many projects in Israel.
He said that while finding so
much to commend there also is
evidence of the "problem of up-
grading the Arabs.'
The delegates, acting for 13 af-
filiated Zionist groups and four
congregational corporate members,
made a strong plea, in a resolu-
tion addressed to President Nixon,
for immediate sale of Phantoms
needed for Israel's defense. The
resolution commended the 78 U.S.
Senators who are in support of
defensive action for Israel.

Prompt Claims Ease
Medicare Payments

To avoid delay in Medicare pay-
ment, patients should file claims
promptly after they get their doc-
tor bills, according to Sam F.
Test, Social Security district man-
ager at the Detroit-Northwest of-
fice, 17500 Lahser.
Many people let their medical
bills accumulate until the end of
the year and then file their claim.
This tends to create a clerical
backlog that can cause delays in
payments, Test said.
Claims are filed on "Request
for Medicare Payment" forms
available at most doctors' offices
and at any Social Security office.
Test said Dec. 31 is the deadline
for filing Medicare claims for serv-
ices rendered Oct. 1, 1969, through
Sept. 30, 1970.
Medical insurance is the volun-
tary part of Medicare. It is avail-
able to almost everyone 65 or
over and help pay for doctor bills
and certain other health care
services. It is funded by individual
premiums that are matched by
the federal government and pays
80 per cent of reasonable charges
above the $50 deductible for cov-
ered services.
Medicare hospital insurance,
funded through regular contribu-
tions to Social Security, requires
no premium payments. It helps
pay for hospital care and certain
related services for people 65 and
over.

Team" •OnElete;-

Sen. Henry M. Jackson of
Washington will be keynote
speaker for the 26th annual din-
ner of the Detroit Chapter,
American Technion Society, 6:30
p.m. Nov. 21 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Sen. Jackson, a critic
of what he terms the U.S. State
Department's - "vacillating policy
that threatens our vital interests
in the Middle East," will com-
ment on current Arab-Israeli
relations and Russian behind-
the-scenes actions.
* * •

Transportation
Topic of Planner

The Detroit Chapter of the
American Technion Society will
sponsor its fourth lecture of a
series 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at the
LaMed Auditorium of the United
Hebrew Schools.
Foster L. Weldon, director of
the transportation research and
planning office of the Ford Motor
Co., will discuss
"New Concepts in
Urban Transpor-
tation Systems."
Some of the
long-range pro-
grams to be dis-
cussed are a
door-to-door com-
puterized trans-
portation s e r v-
ice; and the "ac-
Weldon
tivity center
transportation system," an efficient
means of moving people and goods
within high density areas.
Julius J. Harwood, vice presi-
dent and program chairman for
Technion, will lead a question
period. Refreshments will be
served. Members, friends and
guests are invited.

Gary Alter Is Named
Technion Region Head

Gary S: - Alter- -of -Ithaca Ave.,
Oak Park, has been appointed di-
rector of the East Central Region
'o# iTechniOniScilety;
it was, announced by Sam Rich,
president of the Detroit Chapter,
American Society for Technion.
Alter -was execu
tive director of
the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai
Brith Council and
Michigan Council
for the past, five
years..
He will be res-
ponsible for
Technion activi-
ties in Michigan,
Alter
Ohio, Indiana and
Kentucky, with offices in Suite
204, 24525 Southfield, Southfield.
After leaving Hebrew . Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati, Alter had been
employed by District Grand Lodge
6 Bnai Brith, for the past 11 years.
While employed by Bnai Brith,
Alter was responsible for the
change in the fund-raising format
which has been adopted nationally
by the organization.
He is a member of the board of
the Jewish National Fund and
serves on the internal relations
committee of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 22, 1971-37

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