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December 30, 1983 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-30

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Friday, December 30, 1983 35

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Franklin Savings and
Loan Association has
opened its doors at tempor-
ary quarters on 12 Mile, just
east of Northwestern
Highway. Spokesman
David F. Simon said the
savings and loan associa-
tion is expected to move into
permanent quarters in Feb-
ruary. Read P. Dunn is
president and managing
officer of the association.
* * *
Lutz Associates, Inc., a

local communications firm,
is the recipient of a third
place Target Award in the
1983 Direct Marketing
Association of Detroit fifth
annual competition. The
award was given for "excel-
lence in the category of di-
rect response advertising."

* * *

Ingenue Junior Ap-
parel in Applegate Square
is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily,
Thursdays til 8. Ingenue
carries sizes 3 to 13.

* * *

Diamond Necklace Prize
Awarded at Charity Event

Lawrence M. Allan, president of Norman Allan
and Son Jewelers, presents a diamond necklace to
Mrs. Eleanor Milewski of Wyandotte, who won the
prize at a "Jewelerama" held in the jewelers' show-
rooms Nov. 27 for the benefit of the Greater Detroit
Chapter, City. of Hope.

SPACE Wellness' Seminar
to Feature Holistic Expert

SPACE, a non-sectarian
community service of the
National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit

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Section, will present a
workshop on "Wellness," by
Dr. Steve Goren, executive
director of the American
Holistic Association, at 3
p.m. Jan. 8 at the SPACE
offices, 16400 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield.
Discussion will include
how stress relates to illness,
how to relieve stress to get
to wellness, proper nutri-
tion, exercise, relaxation.

For information, call
SPACE, 557-9390. SPACE
is a program for separated,
divorced and widowed men
and women.

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Jewish Agency Sets Budget

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Leon Dulzin, chairman of
the Jewish Agency Execu-
tive, announced at the con-
clusion of the agency's two-
day meeting, that the
executive voted for a $360
million budget framework
for the agency for fiscal year
1984-1985 and a budget of
$8 million for Project Re-
newal.
recommended
This
budget will be presented to
the agency's board of gover-
nors' meeting in Jerusalem
next February..
Dulzin stressed that the
budget framework which
the Jewish Agency Trea-
surer, Akiva Lewinsky,
presented to the executive,
was a balanced budget, with
no provision for deficits.
"This means that although
the budget is based on the
same level of operations as
the current fiscal year, any
drop in campaign income
will necessarily entail cuts
in vital programs and serv-
ices,",he pointed out.
To this concern must be
added, he emphasized,
the uncertainties in rela-
tion to the dollar-shekel
exchange rate and the
rate of inflation in Israel.
Lewinsky stressed that
the agency would also
have to await the out-
come of discussions on
the Israel government
budget, particularly in
the field of welfare serv-
ices, to see what the
agency might be called

Bnai Brith
Activities

.

LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will hold an
open board meeting noon
Thursday at the MCL
Cafeteria. Meeting will
begin at 1 p.m., following
lunch. Guests are welcome.
For information, call
President Molly Shapiro,
557-1684.
* * *
DOWNTOWN - FOX
CHAPTER will meet noon
Wednesday in the Maple
House Restaurant, 10 Mile
and Southfield Rds., South-
field.

Lutzker Society
Installs Officers

Joe Rott was installed as
president of the Lutzker
Voliner Society at its recent
installation dinner. Mrs.
Ida Berger was the instal-
ling officer.
Other officers are: Al
Munson, vice president; Rae
Kaufman, recording secre-
tary; Jack Schwartz,. trea-
surer; Harry Kronon, men's
hospitaler; Tillie Kronon,
women's hospitaler; and
Mrs. Berger and Eva Levin,
social committee members.

Accreditation

OPEN
SUNDAY
12-5
DAILY 8-8

BALTIMORE (JTA) —
The Jewish Family and
Children's Service here has
received its accreditation
certificate for a four-year
period from the Council of
Accreditation for Services
for Families and Children.

upon to take on as addi-
tional budget items.
Dulzin also presented to
the executive the proposals
for Jewish education which
were developed at his re-
quest by leading educa-
tional authorities in Israel.
The focus of the proposals is
to utilize the educational
resources of Israel, working
in conjunction with educa-
tional leadership in the
Diaspora, to raise the level
of Jewish education in the
Diaspora.

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