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April 25, 1975 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 25, 1975 7

What Do We Do For You

...and for the other 79,999* Jews in the Detroit area?

Home-delivered kosher meals for senior citizens or home-bound neighbors
Hebrew
a new coffee encounter house in Ann Arbor
language classes for adults and children
housing for senior citizens
professional counseling for personal problems
scholarship
housing, vocational guidance, English lessons, and support for Soviet
assistance
formal Jewish education from elementary grade through collegiate level
emigrants
planning for our current and future Jewish communal needs
radio & TV broadcasts of
on-campus vocational counseling for Jewish students
Jewish interest
interest-free
nursing and residential care for the most elderly
summer camping programs for
loans
facilities for conferences and communal
children and adults
parent-toddler recreation
informal instructional programs in a Jewish atmosphere
retreats
financial assistance
for economically-deprived individuals and families......rehabilitation fore job re-entry
sheltered workshop for the handicapped, mentally retarded and senior citizens, etc
high-
promotion and defense of individual and human rights
quality medical care and research
recreational & leisure time activities for people of all ages
in a democratic society
and many other services which improve the quality of our Jewish lives.

These services, programs, and facilities, are all part of our federated community. They
are available from:

Jewish Welfare Federation Member Agencies

Federation Apartments
Fresh Air Society
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Jewish Community Center
Jewish Community Council
Jewish Family &
Children's Service
Jewish Home for Aged
Jewish House of Shelter

Jewish Vocational Service Si
Community Workshop
Jewish Welfare Federation
Midrasha
Resettlement Service
Shiffman Clinic
Sinai Hospital
Tamarack Hills Authority
United Hebrew Schools

GIVE!

1975 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund

Richard Sloan

Arthur Howard
General Chairmen

163 Madison Avenue, Detroit 48226 • WO 5-3939

*American Jewish Yearbook, 1973.

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