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September 14, 1973 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-14

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New Federal Program to Provide
Benefits to Aged Needy
U M Kosher Cooperative Began Monthly
r a n-
Pontiac s Social Securit , Heino, district manager,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS '

40—Friday, Sept. 14, 1973

-

The Hebrew House. a Jew-
ish cooperative on the cam-
pus of the University of
Michigan, was inaugurated
this month by 30 students
with a common interest in
Jewish tradition, culture and
religion.
The residents will each put
in four hours of work per
week — including cooking,
cleaning a n d maintenance

work.
office, 142 Auburn, will be
They hope to form a li- the focal point of a new fed-
brary and to experiment with eral program providing
new forms of religious ex- monthly benefits for needy
cooper-
pression. Toward the cooper-
people over 65 or the blind
ative's success, several per-
sons have donated equipment and disabled.
"Even though no payments
and necessary items.
But the fledgling operation will be made until January
is still without some neces- 1974, we are ready to take
Eino
cities, and its members are I applications n o w
hoping to get donations of
such articles as dishes, pots,
silverware and serving uten-
sils (either new or Glatt
kosher), mezuzas, posters, li-
brary furniture, dish towels,
SOL YETZ-MORRIS CO-
books, lamps and kosher
food. All contributions are HEN POST and AUXILIARY
tax-deductible, they said.
will meet 8 p.m. Monday at
For information, call Janet the JWV home. Hostesses
Greenhut, 1-665-8867, or write will be Rose Feinberg and
to Hebrew House, 800 Lin- Sophie Hoffman. Anna Sil-
coln, Ann Arbor.
verstein, child welfare chair-
man, and Diana Joffe, co-
chairman, are arranging a
ARNOLD & RONALD
party for the children at the
D. J. Healy Home Sept. 22.
HOME CATERING
Games are being planned,
• Wedding
refreshments will be served,
Bar Mitzva • Etc.
and gifts will be distributed.
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To assist, call Mrs. Silver-
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Hashana card is made avail-
by the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry. The artwork,
created by the noted Israeli
artist, Avraham Mordah,
especially for SSSJ, depicts a
line of thousands of baggage-
laden Jews marching from
the snows of oppression to
the bright sun of freedom.
A descriptive flyer may be
obtained from from SSSJ, 200
W. 72nd St., suites 30-31, New
York, N.Y. 10023.
Three new brochures,
available free from SSSJ,
are: "The Crisis is Not
Over," "Your Concern
Doesn't Do a Thing for Rus-
sian Jews" and "Kidnaped!
— The Story of Marina Tiem-
kin."

nounced. "We will be taking
over the state programs
which now provide benefits."
Those already receiving
old-age assistance, aid to the
blind and aid to the disabled
from the state will come into
the new program automat-
ically, so applications are not
necessary.
Those who are not on the
state programs but who can
receive benefits under the
new program should get in
touch with Heino as soon as
possible, he said.
These new payments, called
Supplementary Security In-
come, will be paid out of
general federal revenue and
not out of Social Security
taxes. Benefits will be based
Don't specialize in telling
on proven financial need.
This program is quite dif- the kind of truth that hurts.
ferent from Social Security,
although many people will be
The Best To You
qualified for both, as is now
true with old age assistaance,
said Heino.
The program is designed
to supplement any other in-
come available to the aged,
blind or disabled.
111 SIC . .
Anyone who wishes to know
FOR I LI.
David L. Friedman has
OCC ISIONS
been appointed insurance whether they qualify should
chairman of the Department make a list of income and
BIG BARBS OR
of Michigan Jewish War assets before contacting the
SMALL COMBOS
office.
Veterans.
The Pontiac office is open
Monday through -Friday from
Judge to Be Given
8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

"

PORTRAITS
CANDIDS

Israel Artist Makes
Rosh Hashana Card
for Soviet Jewry

,

Housing Planned\
for Young Adults

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
total of 500 housing units will
be made available in Israeli
development areas for young
adults who cannot be accom-
modated in their parents'
moshav movement.
Housing Minister Zeev
Sharef stated here that the
housing is being arranged in
in conjunction with the set-
tlement institutions and the
moshav movemen.
Sharef was addressing a
regional conference of mo-
shav members from the
northern Negev.

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GENEVA — The Central
ORT Institute here hosted
Geza Kotha and I. Sachelarie
of Romania, it was announc-
ed by Mrs. David M. Gold-
ring, national president of
Women's American ORT.
The ministry of tourism
officials surveyed the training
systems used in the insti-
tute's language laboratory for
possible use of similar sys-
tems in the training of per-
sonnel for the tourist indus-
try in Romania.

ORT Program
Boosted in
World Centers

Michigan Supreme Court
Justice Charles L. Levin will
be presented with an Ameri-
can flag for his chambers by
the Jewish War Veterans
Silverman-Detroit Post, 10
a.m. Sunday at the JWV Me-
morial Home. A breakfast in
his honor will precede the
ceremony, at which District
Court Judge Lawrence Gu-
bow will preside.

Men's Clubs

BUENOS AIRES— Dedica-
tion of the building which
houses the 0 R T program
here took place before a
crown of ORT members.
Daniel Mayer, chairman of
the executive committee of
the World ORT Union, re-
viewed the work of ORT in
Argentina over the past 40
years.

* *
Danes to Donate
$84,000 to Israel

COPENHAGEN — Mrs.
David M. Goldring, national
president of Women's Ameri-
can ORT, announced the ex-
ecutive Committee of the
Danish Refugee Council re-
cently confirmed a grant of
$84,000 for ORT's continuing
work to assist refugees in
Israel.
Earmarked for lanuage
training, primarily for new-
comers from the Soviet
Union, the grant will be used
to equip two modern lan-
guage training laboratories
in Afula and Givatayim.

BETH SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will install new of-
ficers Sunday following a 10
a.m. breakfast at the syna-
gogue. Jules Harwood, presi-
will
dent of the congregation, will
president;
install Saul
Mark Dones, Joe Hamer,
Steven Meyers, Herman Oz-
rovitz and Marvin Posner,
vice presidents; Wally Ros-
ner, Norman Goldman and
Stephen Rope, secretaries;
and Gordon Hollander, treas-
urer. Trustees include Sol
Dembs, Stewart Kepes, Sid- Aid Society Honor
ney Kling, Charles Mudryk,
Joe Racklin, Murray Rubin, Goes to Past Officer
The Berdichev - Keshenev -
Don Sharfman, William Sol-
omon and Phil Smith. Rabbi Zhitomir Aid Society honored
David Nelson, Charles Isack- past president, secretary and
son, vice president of the treasurer Jacob Resnick by
congregation and Cantor planting 10 trees in Israel in
Samuel Greenbaum will of- appreciation for his untiring
ficiate. efforts,

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