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July 23, 1971 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-23

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Jewish' Campaign fund available
from the 19'71 drive is to be used
for Detroit and national services.
The remaining 50 per cent is al-
located to the United Jewish Ap-
peal for use in its programs as well
as overseas and Israel beneficiary
agencies.
The Federation's allocations to

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THE4ETROIT .WISH NEWS
Friday, July, '23, 4971-3
-4.6.11 ■
" 11
Agency
Official
the agencies are only operating de- half the budgeted expenditures of pital, .h,e said, in order to avoid

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y Feder ti

the . ' United Hebrew.SchOols are
covered by pupil payments for tui-
tion, books and bus fees. He said
that local member agencies of
Federation in the health and wel-
fare area alone, excluding Sinai
Hospital, realize about $4,250,000
of such earned income, plus the
United Community Services com-
bined allocations of $1,143,400 this
year for four Federation agencies.
Sinai Hospital's annual operat-
ing budget, which approaches $20,-
000,000 is almost entirely covered
and collected 1,300 signatures on by health insurance and patients'
petitions calling for the right of
fees. Because of its magnitude,
Soviet Jews to emigrate.
(Michlin said that the vast ma- Avrunin's analysis omitted the hos-
jority of signers were not Jewish
and that many had indicated they
Daily — Hospital — Sympathy
were unaware of the plight of So-
viet Jewry. Although there were
a few "untoward incidents" with
Palestinian Arabs and others who
expressed anti-Israel sentiments,
Michlinsaid the over-all response
FARM VALLEY GARDENS
was "delightful."
(The Soviet Je_wry booth was set
PR 2-4350
up Friday evening, Saturday and
World-Wide Delivery
Sunday.)

ficits and do not represent the to.
tal budget of any agency, William
Avrunin, Federation executive vice
president. pointed out to the board.
Additional funds are generated by
the agencies themselves through
fees, memberships, tuition and
"grants of the United Community
Services from the Torch Drive.
Avrunin stressed that almost

Soviet Jewry March Set July 31

Dr. Herbert Paper will address
a "candlelight march for Soviet
Jewy," on the evening of Tisha
b'Av, 9:30 p:m., July 31, at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The march, organized by the De-
troit Action Committee for Soviet
Jewry, will start on the synagogue
grounds and move inside, where ,
Dr. Paper will deliver his talk.1
Prof. Paper, • who teaches linguis-
tics at the University of Michigan,
played an important role in the
successful efforts to release Prof.
Mikhail Zand, Russian Jewish
scholar who recently arrived with
his family in Israel.
The entire community is invited.
(Arnold Michlin reports that
the Action Committee partici-
pated in the Captive Nations
Festival downtown last weekend

Population Up in Gaza

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The popu-
lation of the occupied Arab terri-
tories rose by 50,000 during the
past three years through natural
increase, the Central Bureau of
Statistics reported recently. Ac-
cording to the report, the West
Bank and Gaza Strip have a com-
bined population of 991,000. The
population of East Jerusalem rose
to 72,000 from 65,000 in 1967.

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