100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

November 16, 1984 - Image 46

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

4

NoVehiber 1:1 , 1984

TH E DETRIDIT JEWISH NEWS

Senior Citizens:
Get the Full Services
you need in a huanious
atmosphere you'll love!

Young Judea group
remembered on 75th

BY CARL ALPERT
Special to The Jewish News

OPEN BOWL SPECIALS!

Limited
Vacancies Now
Available at
Franklin Club

SUNDAY through THURSDAY evenings -
After 10 p.m. 3 games/$2.25
SATURDAY 10 am til 1:00 pm
60c per game
THANKSGIVING 3 games $2.25
all day and evening
NO COUPONS PLEASE
MOONLIGHT DOUBLES every Saturday
at 11:00 p.m. $13.00 per couple,
includes pizza and cash prizes.

A small number of Full-
Service apartment units
has recently become
available at beautiful
Franklin Club Senior
Apartments. They include
all of the special features
like full meals, housekeep-
ing, linens and more, at one
low monthly fee. But, the
benefits you just can't put a price on — like companionship, security,
convenience and independence — are all part of the package.
Enjoy a wide array of daily activities, including outings, socials, games and
the friendly, relaxed atmosphere that make Franklin Club the most unique
senior residence in the Detroit area.
Add to all this the gracious surroundings, and you've got a setting that just
can't be beat! But hurry, when the few current availabilities are gone -
they're gone.
Call today to arrange for an
eye-opening inspection tour.

ARKWEST LANES

352-3333

METRO SHOPPE

"UtZt•IleN
CLUB
M NTS

Ce., xeife,

LOOKING BACK

Advertising in The Jewish News
Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today:
Call 424-8833

LADIES' APPAREL
FALL-WINTER SALE

28301 Franklin Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034

(313) 353-2810

Richard P. Ryan, Manager

40-50% OFF

feguard Business Systems

ALL SALES FINAL

DISTRIBUTORS

SERVICING MICHIGAN WITH SIX OFFICES

Mon.-Sat.
10:00-5:00

4082 W. Maple

Birmingham, MI

SINCE 1960

REGIONAL CORPORATE SALES OFFICE

645-1320

The Committee for

24525 Southfield Rd., Suite 202
Southfield, Michigan 48015

YESHIVAH ZEVIHEL of JERUSALEM

Detroit Chapter
cordially invites the general public
to attend a reception given in honor of

(313) 540-8077

RABBI GEDALYA MOSHE GOLDMAN, SHLITA

MENAHEL OF THE YESHIVATH ZEVIHEL
OF JERUSALEM

TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1984
3 KISLEV 5745 AT 7:30 P.M.

AT THE

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

15110 W. TEN MILE ROAD, OAK PARK, MICHIGAN

RSVP 967-3666, 967-3272, 542-4444

,

'84 CLEARANCE SALE

• Crown Victorias • Tempos
• Escorts • T-Birds • Trucks

INNOVATIVE PEOPLE WITH CREATIVE IDEAS

SAVE BIG $$$

• over 200 ONE WRITE RECORD KEEPING SYSTEMS
• BATCH DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
• UNIQUE COLOR CODED FILING SYSTEMS
• COMPUTER SOFT-WARE FORMS, SUPPLIES & ACCESSORIES

ASK FOR

REBECCA GOLDBAUM

/

"COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS OF ALL YOUR SYSTEMS FOR TOTAL COMFORT'

30,000 Customers in Michigan have made us #1
Our thanks to all of you.

4
k_

4(

-

ins FORD

29200 Telegraph Road at 12 Mile
Southfield, Mich. 48034 • 424 7200

0(

-

-

****************************

"z4 4 4 .1.1 ! '

Haifa — While there can be no
real substitute for organized, sys-
tematic Jewish education for -
children and young people, the
role played by voluntary youth
organizations through their clubs
and various activities must not be
minimized. In many cases such
organizations supplement the
more formal program of the
Jewish schools; in other in-
stances, they provide tens of
thousands of young folks with
their only contact with organized
Jewish life.
Future adult attitudes toward
Israel, toward the Jewish com-
munity and toward Jewish life as _
a whole are influenced by the ex-
periences derived by young people
from their association with such
clubs.
There are many splendid organ-
izations, with positive programs.
If I write today about Young
Judaea it is because that body is
now celebrating its 75th anniver-
sary as the oldest Zionist youth
organization in the United States.
Young Judaea was unique
among the Zionist youth groups
because it sought to inculcate a
broad ideology, not linked to one
partisan group or another. That
principle continues to guide it, _
even during times when some of
the intense political ideologies
and loyalties in Israel are ex-
ported, seeking to duplicate in
Diaspora communities that very
political fragmentation which is
today the curse of political life in
Israel.
We never referred to Young
Judaea as a "movement." It did
not and still does not demand the
loyalty and devotion of its mem-
bers to the exclusion of other
interests and attachments. Young
Judaea has always sought to
influence young people's thinking
positively, but has always drawn
the line at absorbing them com-
pletely to the exclusion even, as in
some cases, of their own families.
Young Judaea was derided by,
its more radical counterparts be-
cause, while it encouraged aliyah,
even in the pre-state days, it did
not make such aliyah a sine qua
non of its program. Yet as matters
turned out, thousands of former
Judaeans are today to be found in
almost every circle in Israel. Pre-
cisely because they are not or-
ganized as a separate political
group they are not visible here as
a body, yet time and again I am
impressed with the many Ameri-
cans here in Israel who trace their
first interest in Zionism back to
their affiliations with a Young
Judaean club in the community of
their birth.
One of the few instances of a
significant undertaking clearly
identified as Young Judaean, is
its Kibbutz Ketura, founded a
dozen years ago in the desert, just
north of Eilat.
The organization has served the
Jewish people outside of Israel as
well. Young Judaean alumni are
today to be found among the lead-
ers of the Jewish community in
the United States, and even when
not "leaders," they are numbered
among those American Jews who
are positively identified with a
proud Jewish existence.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan