If the truth were known, the
most disagreeable people are the
most 'amiable,--William RazlitL
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The bud:
get and finance committee of the
expanded Jewish Agency has ap-
proved a draft budget for the 1971-
72 fiscal year totalling $573,452,-
because experience over the past
two decades has shown that sub-
standard housing tends to turn
quickly into shuns and that their
occupants tend to migrate to the
to 197 square feet will now mea-
sure 328 84We-feet --and 1n
the cases of larger families, 394'
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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These houses are not given to
immigrants free of charge. They
The budget for the current fiscal
Those tendencies would defeat
year is $361,370,000, officals said. the very purpose of the immigrant- have to buy them, though 8n very
easy payments and mortgage terms.
All but $8,500,000 of the next housing policy, which is to disperse
A $14,000,000 fund has been set
budget total is expected from Jew- the population across the entire
aside for rental subsidies to immi-
ish appeal funds throughout the nation.
grants who have to live in areas
world, with the major portion —
Therefore, apartments that
where immigrant housing is un-
$4,000,000 — expected from the
used -to have only 105 square
avialable. Such immigrants must
United Jewish Appeal in the Uni-
feet of floor space in the mass
some means of their own, but
immigration days of the early can obtain subsidies of up to $286
Officials listed the main expend- 1950s and were later enlarged
a year per family.
itures of the new budget, rounded
off to the nearest $100,000, as
$35,900,000 for immigration and
absorption; $36,700,000 for so-
cial welfare services; $72,600,000
for health services; $50,500,000
for education; 582,500,000 for insti-
tutions of higher learning; $22,500,-
000 for youth care and training;
$42,400,000 for absorption in farm
settlements; $193,000,000 for immi-
grant housing; $2,700,000 for gen-
eral administration; and $34,500,-
000 for other items.
Agency officials said the budget
is subject to final approval by the
Agency's world council but pass-
age was reported assured.
The Jewish Agency's 1971-72
fiscal year is based on an expected
immigration of 50,000 persons, ac-
cording to an Agency statement.
But according to some informed
forecasts, immigration may turn
out to be higher.
That estimate is reflected in the
allocations for immigrant absorp-
tion — $35,900,000 and for immi-
grant housing — $193,000,000. The
latter is the largest- single appro-
priation in the budget.
By far the largest slice of the
housing budget — $176,000,000 —
is earmarked for the construction
of approximately 15,000 apart-
ments for immigrants.
The apartments will be bigger
and better than in previous years
Jay H. Diskin
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