Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 5, 1965 · Page 26
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 26

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, August 5, 1965
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 5J965. Hurley Teacher Attends Institute In preparation for the establishment of a new training program at J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley, Santino Castagna of Pence, a memher of the high school faculty, is attending a Vocational Education Institute at the University of Wisconsin in Madison this summer. Castagna will work as the coordinator of the new prog ram and also will teach commercial subjects during the com i n g school year. He attended institute sessions at Madison from June 21 to high schools and the communl t y July 16 and since then he has; businesses to work together in been doing field work in this area offering students classroom into determine the types of pro-' struction combined with sup e r- grams which will be of greatest benefit to the Hurley pupils. Next week he will return to vised work experience. Cooperative training is divided into two phases. One is distribu- Madison for a one-week session tive education, including various for an evaluation of the pro- aspects of the dstribution of posed program and to complete goods and services, and the oth- plans for the project. j er is office occupations, including Hurley is one of 33 schools in j many of the areas of office proce- the State of Wisconsin which was dures. selected to initiate the pilot 1 The institute is being given study program. Each school will under the auspices of the Wis- either start a new program or consin State Department of Pub- improve its present plan in the lie Instruction, under the guid- fields of vocational education or ance of Dr. Harlan Sampson of distributive education. They also the University of Wiscon sin. Medicare and Social Security: 3 Information Is Given on How To Get Health Care 'Passport' will use the cooperative training program. The cooperative training The classes are conducted by Daryl E. Nichols, coordinator of pro- vocational education at the Evan- gram is a practical plan enabling ston, 111., High School. FINER FOODS DIAL 932-1270 Open 7 days a week for your shopping convenience Hills Bros. COFFEE ib. SI 39 Richelieu MUSHROOMS Hunt's TOMATO JUICE Linco AMMONIA « ib. -1 A can • 4? 97 C cans 4 , 6 ." 01 qua* QQl L bottles U«J LIFEBUOY SOAP LIQUID TREND bars Peter Pan PEANUT BUTTER All Flavors JELl-0 2 12 oz. btls. 19' 59 39 Pure ORANGE JUICE Swiffs CHICKEN STEW btl. 24 oz. . can 39 53 New Dutch APPLES 3 ms 39° CARROTS 2 Mb. OQc bag) £ \f Seedless GRAPES Pound 29" California U. S. No. 1 POTATOES 1 0 fc 69 Slicing CUCUMBERS Each 5° By JOHN TROAN NEA Special Writer Your passport to Medicare will be a wallet-sized card re- i sembling the kind Blue Cross ! subscribers carry. j It will signify you are eligible j for hasic Medicare benefits pro- I vided under Social Security. It ! also will show whether you lave bought supplem e n t a 1 lealth insurance entitling you to additional benefits. The cards will be mailed by the Social Security Admin- .stration before July 1, 1966 — wen such benefits become available. If you're eligible for Medicare and already getting monthly Social Security checks, you'll automatically, get a form on which you may sign up for supplemental insurance. You then will receive a health card showi n g whether you have taken out supplemental coverage or can draw only the basic Medic are benefits. A similar procedure will be followed with persons receiving monthly Railroad Retirement or Civil Service retirement benefits. Eligible persons'on regular welfare rolls also will be advised by mail. What about other folks who may be entitled to Medicare benefits? If you're past 65 and have worked long enough under Social Security to rate monthly retirement checks but you haven't applied for them (because, for example, you're still working), go now to your Social Security district office and file and application to establish your eligibility for Medicare. Other persons past 65 may register for Medicare when Social Security offices start "enrolling" people for supplemental insurance. The first such "enrollment" —for persons who will be 65 before Jan. 1, 1966—will start Sept. This enrollment period will end March 31, 1966. Should you fail to sign up for supplemental insurance by then, you won't have another chance until Oct. 1, 1967. Others may enroll during a seven - month period starting with the third month before the 65th birthday. For example, take a person who will be 65 on May 10, 1966. He could enroll for the supplemental insurance from Feb 1, 1966, through Aug. 31, 1966. Basic benefits (except for nursing-home care) begin July 1, 1966. The supplemental insurance takes effect the third month after you sign up for it— but in no case will it go into force before July 1, 1966. (So hang on to any health protection you may have in the meantime.) There also will be general enrollment periods for people who want to buy supplemental insurance after having missed a chance to do so, or who want to re-enroll after dropping out. These will be held the last three months of every odd-numbered year starting with 1967. You may drop your supplemental insurance at the end of any calendar year. Or the government can drop you after a 90- day grace period if you fail to pay premiums. If you drop out, you may sign up again for supplemental insurance during any general enrollment period which begins within three years after you quit. If you drop out a second time you're out forever. The monthly premium will be $6 a person. Of this, the federa" government will play half. Pre miums start July 1, 1966, or the third month after you enroll— whichever is later. If you're drawing monthly So cial Security, Railroad Retire ment or Civil Service benefits the government will withhold your share of the premium from your check. Otherwise you'l have to pay the premiums on your own (although a state may foot the bill for its welfare cli ents). The premium will be a bi higher for persons who fail to buy the insurance during thei first enrollment period. The same goes for dropouts who re enroll The premiums may be changed y the government every t ears, beginning J an. 1, 1969 This will depend on how much money is needed to cover bene- ts and administrative costs and o maintain an adequate kitty. 20th CENTURY FOOD MARKETS CHUCK STEAKS/ 59° Swift's ProTen Tender, Center Cut Ib. BEEF TENDER Chicken Parts Swift's Premium Springers Legs. OO- Breasts Tender Sliced Ib... Ib .b 39c Longhorn Cheese New fQ Wisconsin, Ib. J7C HILLS BROS. COFFEE Drip or Drip / can I 49 EAGLE RIVER Strained or Whol'e CRANBERRY SAUCE . . . RICHELIEU Early June PEAS BOND'S Polish DILLS •2-39 1 A ].|b O"I( *-* «» 2 qt. jars HI-C FRUIT DRINKS Orange, Pineapple-Grapefruit, Grape, Orange-Pineapple 0 cans 0 W ROYAL GELATIN 6 s 49 VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 4cOff Deal JENNY LEE Med.. Wide or Broad NOODLES . . . DELBROOK Margarine . . . . (Michigan Stores Only) 4 13-oz. $1 cans I 5 ib. CCc bag JJ 2 Mb. CQ pkgs. JJ . 3 I*. 57 * * * * ** ** CALIF. ELBERTA Watch This Ad Every Week! PEACHES 4 it 59c * 18-lb. Lug 1.79 Calif. U. S. No. 1 Potatoes 10 Jo 9 79c 4 SB? CANTALOUPE SLICING CUCUMBERS L °"U" n 35 C I2 MICHIGAN , BLUEBERRIES P t. each 20th Century Food Mart Watersmeet, Mich. Ted Christensen • Mareniseo, Mich. Jack's Food Shop McLeod Ave., Iron wood Oxley's 20th Century Super Market Mercer/Wis. Mareniseo Personals Recent visitors at the Henry 3ahl home were Mr. and Mrs. ,obert Moak and two children, LaMirada, Calif., Mrs. Wren .lowers and Lori Bowers, Iron ttver. Ed Dahl and Walter Holdorf, -Tanesville, Wis., M r . and Mrs. Bud Haralson and two daughters, Dallas, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haralson and two daughters, Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Zora Taylor, Melbour n e, Fla., who was en route to Kalamazoo. Mrs. Moak is the former 'atricia Bowers of Mareniseo. Mrs. Sadie Haralson, Cresc e nt Jity, Calif., is with the Dahls now. Bud and Ray Harals o n , nephews of Mrs. Dahl, are 'ormer residents of Presque Isle, Wis. Among those who attended the Kulick-Jeske wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nordlund and four children of Yardley, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perry and _iil of Ishpeming, David Joncas of Milwaukee, Mrs. Herbert Ladin of Escanaba, Scott Brown of Minneapolis, Ralph Hoffman and Clarence Langland of Chi- lago Manfred Borreson, Spar t a , Wis., spent several days renewing acauaintances here. He is a former resident of Presque Isle, Wis. Ella Neitzel, Fond du Lac, Wis., a cousin of Lawrence Natzke, visited with the Natzke family. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Frank, Kenosha, Wis., visited with their cousins, the Richard Tho- mases and the William Blod- getts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keil e r, Los Anejeles, visited at the Harold Swartz home. Mrs. Keller is the former Patricia Fitzgerald, who taught in the Mareniseo school in 1940. VAN BUSKIRK CO-OP CO. Highway 51 Outside Hurley WEEKEND SPECIALS! PORTERHOUSE STEAK H,95c BEEF ROAST «,.55c ROUND STEAK ,b73e SIRLOIN STEAK n,79c GROUND Hamburger ib. 49c CLUB STEAK ,b6?c T-BONES n, 85c BEER TO TAKE OUT WITH A&P'S OWN BRANDS OR ANY BRANDS AT A&P - l YOU MUST BE PLEASED OR YOUR MONEY BACK! GET GffiRANTEED VALUES FORACHANGE! ; QUALITY YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON! A&P's own fine brands are outstanding examples of good values. They are as good as or better than comparable brands that cost much more. This week save money on — and enjoy — A&P Custom-Ground Coffees, Jane Parker Baked Foods, Ann Page Fine well as other A&P brands. Remember, you must be pleased with every A&P brand you buy or your money back, , Ann Page Fine Foods ANN PAGB ANN PAGE CREAMY OR KRUNCHY Peanut Butter ENJOY 3 KINDS OF CHEERI-AID! • REGULAR (NO SUGAR) BRINK MIX (WITH SUGAR) rKC$. 25' m-swimNED DIETETIC "WITHOUT sue** Mayonnaise Puddinqs Save JOc ^ Reg. 3 for 29e 4 3-Oz. PkgS. 55c Macaroni 29c Spaghetti -29c I0 ( OFF SALE THRIFTY JANE PARKER TRIO JANE PARKER 1-lB., 3-OZ. — REG. 43c Spanish Bar 29 C Delicious dark cake... delicately spiced... studded with juicy raisins I JANE. PARKER I-LB., 8-OZ. 8" — REG. 65c BLUEBERRY PIE 55' The fresh taste of blueberries — the big, juicy-sweet kind, encased in a golden crust! JANE PARKER I-LB., 8-OZ. 8" — REG. 55c PINEAPPLE PIE 45' Teasingly tart-sweet pineapple in a golden, flaky-light and flavorful crust. Donuts Rolls Cookies Frosted Save lOc Cinnamon 6 in New 2-Lb. Cinnamon Box Crescent 79c LIKE GOOD COFFEE.? A&P Whole-bean Coffee saves you money, and you enjoy big; fresh, wonderful Coffee Mill Flavor...fresh-ground flavor you can't get in a can... at any price. MILD & MELLOW Eight O'clock 73« I-LB. BAG 3-LB. IAG *2.I3 RICH & FULL-BODIED I-LB. BAG Red Circle 75* 3-iB. MO *2.19 VIGOROUS &WINEY MB. IAG Bokar IT 3-u. w'245 A P Instant Coffee SALE! Save 30 10-OZ. JAR SPECIAL COMPARED .TO REGULAR PRICE SUNNYBROOK DOZEN LargeTEggs49 MEl-O-BIT—AMERICAN or PIMENTO • I24Z. Cheese Slices 49* Yukon Assorted Flavors Water Phis Deposit Wisconsin White or Colored Brick Cheese Lb. 65

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