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October 17, 1975 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 October 17, 1975

Young People Form Majority of Students in Hebrew Ulpanim

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In The Country Village Center
20099 W 12 Mile Road
or Evergreen, Southfield

352 2089

NEW YORK — A clear
majority — 62 percent — of
students attending Hebrew
ulpan classes co-sponsored
by the World Zionist Organ-
ization-American Section
Department of Education
and Culture and the Theo-
dor Herzl Institute are
young people, according to a
report issued by Dr. Abra-

ham P. Gannes, director of
the department.
Dr. Gannes pointed out
that 80 percent of the
classes are conducted in the
evening because partici-
pants are either working or
attending college and there-
fore have only late after-
noons, evenings and Sun-
days free for additional
study.
During the past year —
including the 1974 fall
semester and the 1975
spring and summer semes-
ters, 2,285 students were en-
rolled at the ulpan center
and its branches.

ART SALE

OFF

The ulpan center of New
York provides youth and
adults with the opportu-

1,000
CHROME-FRAMED
PRINTS

The major objectives of
the ulpan in the U.S. are:
• To teach modern spo-
ken Hebrew as a means of
communication for Jews
throughout the world.
• To provide on a more
advanced level a basic back-
ground in Jewish culture
and tradition in the Dias-
pora and Israel via the He-
brew language and its liter-
ature;
• To develop a sense of
affinity and identification
with Israel, its achieve-
ments, challenges and con-

NY Federation Gives Funds
for Phones to Elderly Jews

(Sale Ends Oct. 30)

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nity to study modern He-
brew using the ulpan
method first developed in
Israel, but adapted to con-
ditions in this country.

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BY BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1975, JTA Inc.)

4339 ORCHARD LAKE RD. • 851-8998
PINE LAKE MALL

W. BLOOMFIELD

A program to provide sub-
sidies for installation of

346

BRAND NEW

1976 FORDS

(ALSO 163 BRAND NEW 1975's)

telephones and payment of
monthly telephone charges
for poor and elderly Jewish ,
residents of the West Bronx
in New York has been
started by the West Bronx
Federation Service Center.
Asher Moskowitz, center
director, said 60 telephones
had been installed, with
payment of monthly
charges assured for a year,
and that 20 other Jews had
been assured of subsidies.
Moskowitz said a related
program has recruited four
volunteers who make tele-
phone calls several times a
week to Jewish residents
who live alone and are ill or
disabled. One of the func-
tions of the volunteers is to
notify the service center of
problems of the homebound
Jews so that help can be
provided them as needed.

The telephone installa-
tion charges and monthly
subsidies are being funded
by the Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies. The
telephone reassurance
program is being funded
through a grant from the
special allocations com-
mittee of the Greater New
York Fund.

SAVE $ $ NOW

OPEN MON. &

THURS. KITES TIL 9:00

AVIS FORD WILL GLADLY 'HANDLE ALL FINANCING

29200 TELEGRAPH

(AT 12 MILE)

354.3000

AVIS FORD

Most of the recipients of
the program are on federal
supplementary security in-
come.

Technion to Cite
Zumwalt at Dinner

NEW YORK — Adm.
Elmo Russell Zumwalt, Jr.,
Chief of Naval Operations
until 1974, and past presi-
dent of Americans for En-
ergy Independence, will re-
ceive the American
Technion Society's highest
award — the Albert Ein-
stein Award — at the socie-
ty's national dinner Oct. 25
in New York City.
The society, which sup-
ports Technion — Israel's
leading scientific university
and a pioneer in the area of
alternate energy research in
the Middle East — is honor-
ing Adm. Zumwalt for his
"extraordinary naval career
in the service of his country,
and his public advocacy of
the critical need for Amer-
ica to find solutions to the
energy crisis here at home,
free from Arab oil inter-
ests."

tributions to the unity of weeks long with four hours
the Jewish people; and
of weekly instruction, mak-
• To give potental olim a ing a total of 60 hours of
working knowledge of the study per semester. During
language to enable them to the summer months, con-
adjust more easily to condi- centrated courses of 60
hours of instruction are of-
tions in Israel.
fered during the months of
Beginning, intermediate July and August (four
and advanced courses are of- weeks-15 hours per week).
fered in the three semesters
The department of educa-
conducted during the school
year. Each semester is 15 tion and culture of the WZO
has a special language divi-
sion (Mador le-Hanhalat
Americans Begin
Halashon) headed by lan-
Industrial Kibutzim guage experts from Israel,
NEW YORK — A group who prepare the curricula
of 15 young American Jews and the pedagogic materi-
left Oct. 5 for permanent als, train teachers and su-
settlement in Israel with the pervise the ulpanim. Tt
help of the Israel Aliyah teachers are all Israel
Center. The settlers, includ- qualified to teach in the ul-
ing adults and children pan method.
from all over the United
Introducing
States and Canada, are
members of two collective
settlement groups, Garin
Masada and Garin Yachday.
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Both groups have estab-
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lished a new kind of subur-
all occassions
ban residential community
• Reasonable Rates
based on an industrial
( rather than agricultural)
• Quality at it's finest
economy. It provides its
Al Karden &
members with a sound eco-
nomic base as well as social,
Associates
cultural and recreational
phone 545-3824
facilities.

ACE

JUNKETS TO

LAS VEGAS & LAKE TAHOE

Next trip to
Lake Tahoe Nov. 6th, 1975

For Olivia-Newton John &
Sammy Davis Jr.

Contact Bob Singer 624-0130.

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Terrace

30 Minutes from Southfield Area
Kosher Meals available upon request

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or those in need of Assistance

Though not a nursing home, We offer Supervised
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. . . a clinic for visiting physicians. These are
among the many benefits of the carefree life at
The Rivergate Terrace, a new, fireproof, single-
story, luxurious, air-conditioned residence in subur-
ban Riverview.

Surprisingly low rates include room, board, (spe-
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who qualify, Social Security and Government As-
sistance may cover all these services. There's a
happy new kind of life for those in need at The
Rivergate Terrace. Call 284-8000 for all the facts,

or visit us any time.

You need not be 65 to qualify.

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RIVERVIEW

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