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August 24, 1984 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nobody
diamo
for lest' 0

the precipitous decline in
numbers of Soviet Jews
allowed to emigrate.
Wayne Feinstein, Feder-
ations • executive vice
president, said "every bene-
ficiary enjoyed a substan-
tial increase" in the budget-
ing process this year, except
for HIAS. He added that the
loci' agencies received
large increases.
Feinstein said a four-
mounth process is involved
in determining the budget.
First the executive commit-
tee meets for what he called
"round robin" discussions,
usually held in March. In
April and May, four local
budget divisions process the
material. The next step is a
meeting of the division
chairmen. In July, accord-

ing to Feinstein, "the final
demands are reconciled."

Mark Schlussel is chair-
man of the Conference of
Division Chairmen. Also on
the budgeting and planning
team are: Culture and Edu-
cation - Joe Colten, chair-
man, with Peter Alter and
Don Fox as associate chair-
men; Community Services
- Jim August, chairman,
with Carolyn Greenberg,
Stuart Hertzberg and
Edythe Jackier; National
and Community Relations
Agencies - Larry Jackier
chairman, Beverly Peter-
man and Mark Hauser; and
Capital Needs - Hugh
Greenberg, Chairman,
Jerome Halperin and Herb
Sillman.

198344

198445

$9,825,700
87,000
40,000
25,000

$10,904,880
67,000
45,000
20,000

Overseas

United Jewish Appeal.
HIAS
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
America•Israel Cultural Foundation

National Agencies

American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Congress
Anti•Defaauttion League of B'nai B'rith..
Association of Jewish Family
and Children's Agencies
Baltimore Institute
for Jewish Communal Service
B'nai B'rith National Youth Services
(Hillel)
Brandeis University's Hornstein Program
in Jewish Communal Service
Hebrew Union College's
School of Jewish Communal Service
Jewish Education Service
of North America.
Jewish Labor Committee
Jewish War Veterans,
Joint Cultural Appeal (9 agencies)
JWB
National Association of Jewish Vocational
services
National Conference on Soviet Jewry
National Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council.
North American Jewish Students Appeal
Synagogue Council of America

83,000
60,200
83,000

- 85,000
61,700
85,000

750

1,500

500

44,000'

42,410

500

500

51,120
32,800
11,500
54,500
62,000

55,210
33,800
12,000
56,000
63,500

8,000
11,500

6,000
13,000

49,900
750
2,000

47,410
2,000
2,200

• Community Services

Fresh Air Society
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Federation Apartments
Jewish Home for Aged
Jewish House of Shelter
Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop
Resettlement Service
Sinai Hospital
Tamarack Hills Authority

$190,000
8,500
747,500
34,829
591,500
1,260

508,000
203,624
150,000
29,300

'

$211,800
7,700
797,500
29,988
646,500
1,650

528,000
198,624
150,000
37,600

BARRY'S
LET'S RENT IT

ORDERS BEING TAKEN
FOR THE HOLIDAYS

, Shop around and compare. Then bring uS your best price. Well beat i .
You will soon discover who has the lowest price and the largest selection
of diamonds anywhere. Hundreds of settings to choose from.

HOWARD S. INSKAR • G1A ACCREDITED DIAMOND APPRAISER

You'll Need Us - To Be Sure!!

Expert Walct
Jewelry Repair

"THE DIAMOND PEOPLE
FOR OVER 50 YEARS"
O.
30555 Southfield Rd. • Congress Bldg., Suite 100
• Southfield, Mi. • 1 block south of 13 Mile Rd. • 1143-9200

COMPLETEUNE OF I
GLASS DISHES

• Cat
•• MAUR
• MANN

I MSS PARTY CONSULTATION I

$320,000

$350,000

$551,200
118,490

$625,000
122,635

$224,670

$447,108

Central Services

•Jewish Welfare Federation.
National Dues (CJF, LCBC, etC.)

Capital Needs

Various Agencies

855-0480

by your new
fall suits will cost
less at Osmuns than
almost anywhere else.

We could charge more
for our collection of new fall
suits. After all, the same suits
sell for more at other stores.
But by reducing our prices
we sell more suits. And
because we sell more suits we
can offer you a wider
selection. So that's why your
new fall suits will cost less
here at Osmuns than they
will almost anywhere else. -
Because you benefit from
that. And so do we.

$898,000
$910,000
99,550
90,500
138,415
125,875
121,575
133,685
1,085.000
990,000
. - 49,500
46,500
91,380
83,380
49,600
45,600
19,165
25,529 -

Community Relations

Jewish Community Council.

• TARES
• UNEN
• COMPUTE UNE OF PAPER GOODS
AND MUCH, MICH MORE!

29212 ORCHARD LAKE RD. IL OF 13 MIM 1111. • Fa o. Hills

Culture and Education

United Hebrew Schools-Midraslut
Akiva Hebrew Day School
Hillel Day School
Yeehivat Beth Yehudah
Jewish Community Center
Hillel Foundation-MSU .
Hillel Foundation-U of M
Hillel Foundation-WSU
Transportation Services

Friday, August 24, 1984 17

Oakland Mall, Tel-Twelve, and
MeadowBrook Village Mall.
Monday-Saturday 10-9, Sunday 12-5

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