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January 31, 1986 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-31

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24681 Coolidge Hwy.
(at 10 Mile)
545.1300

COUPON EXPIRES FEB. 28, 19861

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SKIRTS
OR
SLACKS

Fancy Items or
Lining Extra

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13741 W. 11 Mile
(1 blk. West of Coolidge)
542.2555

COUPON EXPIRES FEB. 28, 1986

DRAPES
EVERY
SECOND
PLEAT

$14 9

COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED WITH IN-
COMING ORDER AND CAN NOT BE USED
WITH ANY OTHER OFFER.

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All other Pleas
at regular price

COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED WITH IN-
COMING ORDER AND CAN NOT BE USED
WITH ANY OTHER OFFER.

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CLEANERS

the funds are supplied by the
State of Michigan. Those state
funds, however, are "underpin-
ned" by the Federal budget.
"It is really almost impossible
to predict," Ascher said. "Ten
years ago, most • of the money
was Federal. In recent years the
states have had to be more self-
reliant."
"The mental health area is
tricky," he said. "We just don't
know if it will pass through all
the cuts."
The Jewish Vocational Service
handles job placement and some
training for both Jewish and
non-Jewish clients and has con-
tracts with several public agen-
cies. Its community - workshops
provide employment oppor-
tunities for mentaly impaired
clients.
Jewish Welfare Federation of-
ficials say they have not had a
chance to study the implications

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COUPON EXPIRES FEB. 28, 1986

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Fancy, Angora
or Mohair Extra

COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED WITH IN-
COMING ORDER AND CAN NOT BE USED
WITH ANY OTHER OFFER.

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CLEANERS

CELEBRATE THE OPENINGAillm ■
OF THE NEWEST Ager1;:
WEL /MIR

Samuel Lerner

rectly affected by Federal cuts,
Lerner said, but a number of
secondary programs, such as
home care, respite care, emer-
■•■■■ •11111111M111 gency food and shelter for the
poor, are funded directly by
Federal agencies. JFS received
approximately $90,000 for these
programs last year, but far less
funding this year.
Lerner is concerned that
across-the-board cuts would al.'
. fect the entire Jewish commu-
nity, placing a heavier burden
on families of the poor and the
elderly. "We are talking about
loan funds, employment serv-
ices, veterans' services, chore
programs, rent subsidies.
rill
"Food stamps are not sup-
posed to be cut under the bill,"
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he said, "but food stamps ha-
SOUTHFIELD • 443-0140
exp. 2/15/86
ven't had an in,crease since
in Evergreen Plaza, 12 Mile and Evergreen
1978, which is a cut in effect." •
ORCHARD LAKE RD. • 855-5E40
FARMINGTON HILLS • 474-1128
just south of 13 Mile, next to BoRics Hair Care
in Muirwood Square, corner of Grand River and Drake,
Lerner also expressed concern
WESTLAND • 425.5850
about Medicaid patients in hos-
Mall
Rd.,
Just
North
of
Westland
in Woodcrest Plaza, 8347 Wayne
SOP pitals being sent home earlier,
"possibly prematurely," because
of Federal payment guidelines.
"They will go home without the
homemaker services presently
available, and it will place a
greater burden on their
families," he said. "It is not just
the poor-poor that will be af-
fected, but the lower middle
class and the middle class. You
can't cut billions out of the
budget and not cut the safety
net." t
Last November, the board of
the Jewish Vocational Service
endorsed a propoial by the Child
Welfare League of-Arnerica, cal-
ling. for Federal recognition of
the need for specific programs
such as foster care, Head Start,
Looking for new fundraising ideas for your organization? Support the. Arts while gaining-
programs for the' educationally
the financial support you need. Our experience has shown events such as gallery openings
disadvantaged and other chil-
with artists, art shows and auctions, and corporate art sales to be very successful means of
dren's programs.
generating charitable contributions, It is our experience that will make the difference in
At the . Jewish Vocational
your next fundraising project-
Service and Community Work-
._
shop, executive director. Albert I.
Ascher is taking a wait-and-see
approach. "It is all conjecture at
For Information, Call Ron Brodley
this point. Nobody knows what's
going to happen."
Ascher pointed out that Con-
gress could make specific cuts in
josepCjur
the budget, although/ most ob-
_ THE JOSEPH HUR GALLERY
servers do not expect this to
happen. '
Orchard Mall
GALLERY
Seventy-five percent of the
Orchard Lake Rd., North to Maple
Jewish Vocational Service
budget is publicly' funded,
oloiorltY, of

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SUN TANNING CENTER

IN THE EVERGREEN PLAZA
EVERGREEN AND 12 MILE
TRY US ONCE FREE

of Gramm-Rudman. A spokes-
man said that Federal funds are
used in some programs for the
elderly at the. Jewish Commu-
nity Center, several demonstra-
tion programs at Sinai Hospital,
and day programs at the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
Nationally, the Washington
office of the Council of Jewish
Federations says that. "milliong;
of dollars are in jeopardy."
Among the grants normally, re- -
flowed Jan. '1 which have been
withheld > by -the Reagan Ad-
ministration are funds for refu-
gee resettlement for Jews from
the Soviet Union and Eastern
Europe.

RAISE MONEY.

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FOR YOUR CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION

Reform Mohellm

New York — An initial group
of 20 physicians ih New York
and southern California have
been certified to conduct ritual
circumcisions in a new program
sponsored by the Reform Jewish,
movement.
Seven of the doctors are
women.

- 855-0633

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The idea was originated by
former Detroit Rabbi Daniel
Syme, vice president of the
Union of American Hebrew

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