THE DETROIT JEWISELNEWS
32—Frithy, feltettery 4, 1972
Miss Asner of Windsor
to Mary Jody Wiener
Men must learn to b8,1tind and
just to thciee, who m They very
George Bernard ;Shaw
T. - V.- SERVICE -
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schwartz, former Detroiters Canonsburgh,
Pa., recently celebrated their 50th anniversary at a champagne din-
ner party in Pittsburgh. Their - children, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Slifkin
Pittsburgh and Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Resenfeld: of OalciPark v •gave
-the party. Friends and relativet from around - the country came to
help the couple celebrate. Mr. Schwartz is a member of Bnai Brith
and •a World War I and II veteran. The Schwartzes have six grand-
children and two' great-grandchildren.
The Wrotslaysky Family- Club will meet 7 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ithamar Koenigsberg, 14581 Balfonr, Oak Park.
Medical InsuranceEnrollment Urged
THE BIG INFANTS Service
People who are 65 and haven't of Medicare the first time," Test
. SALEM! !
Group Dinner-Dance and Show is already
signed up for the medical
BUY. ONE AT_
around the corner . . . in April insurance part of Medicare may said. "You can sign up during the
. . . sort of a miniature throw- enroll now through March 31 at three months before' you're 65,
AND NEXT ONE
during the month you reach 65,
back to those years long ago
• FOR ONE CENT
or during the three months after A- 1.
when the gals themselves got out any Social Security office.
The medical part of Medicare you're' 65. But if you 'wish to have „Woe*.
there the stage and put on
' 2823 Coolidge, Berkley -
local amateur doings that brought helps pay the doctors bills for peo- the protection beginning with the
the house down with vibrant ap-
PHONE 543 3505
65 and yore is eligible," aeeording during the three-oninth period be-
n Daily 14 to
to Sam F. Test, Social Security dis- fore you're 65.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Asner
trict manager of the Detroit-North-
"Within three years after the
Windsor announce the engagement field from Southfield into Oak west office. "Most people who end of your first enrollment pe-
of their daughter. Barbara Ann to Park on 9 Mile Rd., watch your didn't sign up in their original riod, you can still sign up during
Jody Michael Wiener, . - s• of Mrs. speed . . . the limit allowed cuts enrollment period can sign up nay January, February, or March,"
Pauline Wiener pf Gs_.1.1er Ave., sharply from 45 to 35 miles per now," he said.
he said. "But if you enroll and
Oak Park arid the late J- 4 --,e A. hour . . . mighty hard to go down
The medical insurance program then cancel your medical insur-
10 miles within a matter of feet.
protection, you're eligible to
Miss Asuer is a senior Aajoring
SCOTT'S KORNER . . . "The People who enroll in it are re- a higher premium if you sign up
in speech - pathology at Wayne very • nice lady at Fabulous Star quired
to pay monthly premiums after your first enrollment period."
Bakery on Greenfield and 10 Mile
are matched by the Federal re-enroll only once. And you pay
A March wedding is planned.
Rd. who gives me cookies every that
Nine out 10 people 65 'and over
time I go there with dad for care hospital It insurance,
which is are enrolled in the meclical insur-
Grandma Minnie's hallo on Fri- funded by social security contribu-
day night is Doris Gruenstein . . . tions by workers, employers, and ance part of Medicare. -Last year
the program-paid $ 2,400 ,000.000 in
She is a kind woman and real
Available For•RI1 Otskisions
self-employed, and helps pay benefits on behalf of 9,500,000
polite with all - the customers . . . the
the hospital bills of people 65 and people.
on tail winter. meirchandise
Medicare is administered by the
2-743 Coolidge "
"You have seven months to sign Social Security Administration of
THE MOBIL GAS station attend-
Between 1104 8 12 Mile
ant in Southfield pumping gas with up for the medical insurance part the U.S. Department of Health, 399-7869- Mon. thro- Fri. 10:30
a lit cigarette drooping from his
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mouth is still in one piece . . . Annual Conference
rSTE RI ZATION 1:4FORMAriON
even though he gets down close to
the tank . . . Sure a good place on Rearing Children
to pass by!
WISHFUL THINGS TO SEE of Good Will 'Slated
AGAIN . . . the young men of
The Border-Cities Conference on
1947's Club Chez Le-Roix by Rex Rearing
Children of Good Will will
Chapter 11, Bnai Brith young men, be
held 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 17
Planning a Bar Mitzva, Bat _Mitzva., Wedeltng
put on their great show once more at the
. . . (the guys could still do it .. .
or Sweet Sixteen? Call Our Banquet Manager'
This day-long work conference
plenty of talent even today!)
TALK IS THAT State Senator will focus on what is being done
at 682-4300. We Cater All Occasions.
Dan Cooper may run for U.S.
Congress . . If he does, State free from prejudice and hostility.
Seating for 400.
Mrs. Carol Raymond, conference
Rep. Joe Forbes will go for Dan's
coordinator, stated that this is an •
ROY SOMLYO, ex- Detroiter, opportunity for adults who are
was producer of the recent Na- responsible for youth guidance to
tional CBS TV special, "I'm A explore areas of major importance
Fan" starring Dick Van Dyke and in rearing children of good will.
Carol Charming . . . Son of the
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The conference is a project of
late Irma and Ben Somlyo, Roy the Detroit Round Table of the
has for the last few years been National Conference of Christians
associate producer of the Emmy and Jews in cooperation with 48
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Awards under executive producer Detroit and Windsor area parent
and community organizations.
ASKING , MOTHERLY question
Among these groups are the Jew-
of her son Alvin, home from a ish Community Council of Metro-
weekend at grandparents Jack and politan Detroit, American Jewish
Ruth Gosen in California, Laura Committee, American Jewish Con-
Rader asked, "How was your bed? gress Council of Michigan and the
Was it comfortable?" ... "I guess I AJCongress Detroit Women's Divi-
don't know," replied 10-year-old sion, League of Jewish Women's
RUSSELL SCHREIBER ASSOCIATES I fell asleep."
Council of Jewish Women Detroit
AGENCY Of THE SHOW WORLD
Section and the Metropolitan De-
• Orchestras • Entertainment
The price we have to pay for troit Bnai Brith Men's and Wom-
• Speakers • Concerts
money is paid in liberty.
Downtown Detroit - 962-8000
—Robert Louis Stevenson
Although skin prices at fur auctions
Representatives serving on the
have risen up to 40%, -we
planning committee of the confer-
offering these gourmets free, Ouwh
ence are: Mesdames Martha Co-
collection at reducer[ Priam whin
hen, Louis Redstone, Joseph Bean
and Dorothy Goldberg. Other par-
ticipants in the conference are
NOW ALL BRANDS
Walter E. Klein, Mrs. Oscar Bank,
Mrs. Lillian Genser, Mrs. Jack
Pearlman and Jeff Kazanow.
Arthur L. Johnson, deputy su-
perintendent of school community I
relations in Detroit, will give the
Special For February
opening address on "What's Hap-
pening: an action check list on
Cell For Details
Rearing Children of Good Will"
Discussion groups then will con-
vene to tackle the topics of con-
The luncheon registration dead-
181 So. Woodward
line is Feb. 11.
NOTE we do not deal
in endangered fur species.
Next to 13'ham Theatre. Adjacent Free Parking
DECORATING ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE
Open doily 9:30-5:30 — Thur s .
changes his opinions.
Why Pay More?