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May 08, 1981 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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THE DETROIT' JEWISH . NEW

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Local Agencies Receive X57,300
from Jewish Communal Fund

HANDBAGS — 40% OFF!!

(Salesmen's samples)

A grant of $29,000 to the
Jewish Vocational Service
has been approved by the
Jewish Community Found-
ation for the development of
services to already-
identified Jewish clients re-
leased from institutions and
now living in boarding and
nursing homes in the inner
city.
This was the largest sum
of the $57,300 approved by
the foundation for four new
demonstration projects. The
foundation is a committee of
United Jewish Charities,
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's senior agency which
manages endowment funds.
Other new projects ap-
proved for funding are a
two-year Israel resource
program at the Jewish
Community Center, a
Jewish Theater Associa-
tion artists-in-residence
program through the Na-
tional Foundation for
Jewish Culture (for Detroit
and Ann Arbor cultural
programming) and an
educator-in-residence pro-
gram sponsored by the
United Hebrew Schools-
Midrasha and the
Educators' Council_
The community out-
reach project was ap-
proved for the first year
of a two-year experimen-
tal program, and it ex-
tends the services al-
ready begun under an
earlier Jewish Commu-
nity Foundation grant.

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399-4030

by appointment
only

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Aptiques

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Antique Jewelry and Accessories

Ceci Orman, Proprietor



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23077 Greenfield
Advance Building, Suite 326
Southfield, Michigan 48075

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557-6207

We're still buying and selling
The Treasures of The Past

consignments accepted

Just Marilynn

Sportswear Boutique

SPECIAL
SPRING SALE

40 % O FF

Dresses

The first grant enabled
Jewish Vocational Service
to identify approximately
200 persons released from
institutions who are cur-
rently living in boarding

incl. After 5 Cocktail Dresses

Up To

SPACE announces regis-
tration is still being taken
for its annual spring family
weekend retreat slated for
May 29-31 at Camp
Tamarack.
The retreat is geared
toward single parent
families. There will be
structured activities and
free time. There is a charge,
and meals are included.
For information or
brochure, call SPACE,
557-9390, daily from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
SPACE's drop-in ses-
sions for the widowed
and divorced have al-

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10-4:30 Mon.-Sat.

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ready begun. At 8 p.m.
Mondays the divorce
support series meets. The
widowed support series
and continuing divorce
support series meet 8
p.m. Tuesdays. Widowed
and divorded are invited
to the 8 p.m. Wednesday
drop-in. There is a no-
minal charge for all ses-
sions.
The young widowed
drop-in will meet 8 p.m.
May 25. Helen Eder will
conduct a workshop on
"Self-Esteem" 7:45 p.m.
May 21.
All sessions meet at the
National Council of Jewish
Women offices, 16400 W. 12
Mile, Suite 106, Southfield.
For details, call SPACE.

Film Allowed
After Changes

DRY
CLEANERS

9 Mile at Lahser

COUPON

Orchestra and Entertainment

and nursing homes in the Jewish Community Found-
inner city. The agency has ation.
made contact with half of
these and has begun a refer-
ral network as well as vol-
Priced Sale of Household Furnishings
unteer corps. Under the new
Professionally Conducted In Your Home
grant, the agency will de-
Estate Liquidators
velop services and establish
relationships with state in-
stitutions to ensure that fu-
ture Jewish clients be lo-
Appraisers
cated close to Jewish serv-
Liquidators
ices.
875-7650
368-4044
The purpose of the Israel
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resource program at the
Jewish Community Center
DESIGNERS
is to provide more Israel-
AND MAKERS
related activity at that
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_ agency, including outreach
to Jewish youth. For the
first of two years, the project
was granted $19,800 from
the foundation.
CLEANING & GLAZING
A total of $5,000 was ap-
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(With this ad, expires June 15, 1981)
proved for one year to the
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artist-in-residence program
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and $3,500 for the first of
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two years to the educator-
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in-residence program. The
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latter will permit a Jewish
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scholar of national promi-
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nence to meet with students
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and teachers in different
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stay in Detroit.
851-9262
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One feature of this pro-
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and coordinate curricula
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at the various schools.
Projects continued from
1980-1981 include: the
group residence program for
senior adults, through
Jewish Family Service,
$30,000; special education
program, through United
Hebrew Schools, $9,000;
and the apartment pro-
gram, through the Jewish
Association for Retarded
Citizens, $13,460.
Stanley D. Winkelman
serves as chairman of the

SPACE Retreat Still Open

7 5% OFF

LARRY FREEDMAN

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Film Censorship Board has
decided to permit the con-
tinued screening of a con-
troversial Israel-made film
about alleged commercial
exploitation of memorials to
fallen soldiers but agreed to
some minor cuts.
Deputy Defense Minster
Mordechai Zipori had asked
the board to reconsider its
license to the film, said to be
based on a true incident.

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