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March 01, 1974 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-01

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Women Conduct 'Communiteas'

Hebrew Club Events Planned

Moadon Ivri, the Hebrew
• Culture Club, has scheduled
a series of special events for
the first two weeks of March
at the Jewish Center 10 Mile
'branch. The club gathers 4
p.m. Saturday and 8 p.m.
Wednesday and is open to all
who speak Hebrew.

FRAGELS8
I IS COMING

,

TO SOUTHFIELD
SOON!

This Saturday, Paul Lupu
will discuss "Raising and
Educating Children in the
Kibutz." On Wednesday eve-
ning, Shmuel Barchad will
speak on "Chapters From the
History of the Israeli Army
1948-1973."
Other speakers will be
Emanuel Alon, discussing
the Scroll of Esther, March
9; Olek Netzer, teaching new
Israeli songs, March 13; and
Yonina Mathis, "Diplomacy
and Politics in the Life of the
Prophet Samuel," March 16.

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"Communiteas" small meetings sponsored by the Wom-
en's Division of the Jewish Welfare Federation explain
Federation's local agencies to interested young women. Dis-
cussing the latest projects of the Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit before last week's CommOnitea held
at the home of Mrs. Robert Citrin, are, from left, co-hostess
Mrs. Sheldon Toll; division vice president Mrs. Norman E.
Rosenfeld; Communitea committee chairman Mrs. Charles
Stone; Mrs. Citrin; and committee member Mrs. James
La'bes. Mrs. Hugh W. Greenberg is the women's division
vice president for education. Vice chairman of the Com-
muniteas program is Mrs. Jerome C. Hirsch. Mrs. Morris
J. Brandwine is division president.

Medicare Deadline Due April 1

These who haven't signed
up for Medicare medical in-
surance or who have canceled
the protection once can en-
roll now through April 1 at
any Social Security office,
according to Marion D. Col-
vin, acting district manager
of the Detroit-Northwest So-
cial Security office.
The medical insurance part
of Medicare is offered auto-
matically to those who reach
65 and are eligible for Social
Security benefits—and to dis-

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abled workers under 65 who
have been entitled to monthly
Social Sedurity disability
benefits for 24 consecutive
months or more.
The Medicare enrollment
period extends through April
1 this year because March
31 falls on Sunday. The med-
ical insurance helps pay doc-
tor bills and other medical
expenses and is the volun-
tary part of Medicare, funded
by individual premiums and-
federal general revenues.

Morning Fitness
for Men at Center

• CAPES

A bibliography that brings
together 5 3 0 dissertations
dealing with the land of Is-
rael since- the 1800s has been
compiled and edited by a
bibliographer in Asian studies
at the University of Michigan.
Frank Joseph Shulman, a
melnber of the staff of the
Center for Japanese Studies
at U. of M., compiled
"American and British Doc-
toral .Dissertations on Israel
and Palestine in lvi odern
Times," with the Xerox Corp.
T h e bibliography encom-
passes doctoral research
dealing with such subjects as
Palestine under the British
mandate, the Zionist move-
ment in Europe and the
United States, revival of
Hebrew as a modern lan-
guage and the communal
settlements (kihutzim a n d
moshavim)..
Also included are disserta-
tions dealing with the growth
of the state of Israel since
1948, various aspects of the
Palestinian Arab language
and culture, developments on

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BETH SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will host Rabbi Max
Weine 11 a.m. Sunday at the
synagogue for its "What's
Jewish in Our Lives?"
brunch series. Rabbi. Weine
will speak on "Yes, Like All
the Goyim, But . . ."

MANY ONE OF
A KIND
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the •West Bank before and
after June 1967 and the con-
tinuing Arab-Israeli conflict.
Theses are classified ac-
cording to subject and are
listed within each section
chronologically by date of ac-
ceptance.
An author index and an in-
dex by institutions as well as
complete information on the
best means for acquiring
copies of the dissertations are
provided.
For free copies of the bib-
liography, write. Mrs. Bonnie
M. Davis, Xerox University
Microfilms, 300 North Zeeb
Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. 48106.

Classified Ads Get 'Fast Results

The Jewish Center's "early
bird" fitness program for
men who would like to be-
come involved in fitness
training befode heading to
work will begin 7:45 a.m.
Monday for three mornings
a week through April 29.
Early-bird participants will
have access to the main
gym, pool, exercise room,
squash courts and weather
permitting, the outdoor jog-
ging track from 8 to 9:15
a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays. The pool will
be open 8:30-9:15 a.m. on
Monday a n d Wednesday,
8:30-9 a.m. Friday.
Participants must enter the
building from the Curtis
parking lot before 8 a.m.,
and must provide their own
equipment. The locker and
shower rooms will be avail-
able.
For information, call Bob
Basch or Nat Coleman at the
Center, 341-4200.

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Friday, March 1, '1974-39

U-M Bibliographer Compiles List
of 530 Dissertations on Israel

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