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July 06, 1973 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-06

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• T,ROJ u I Tly Jr 11T73N EWS
Eduratiteirib,h1 Heatthiwitiiiida NoVelfa re Aided In Record Allocations 8 THFEritEy
(Continued from Page 1)
capacity,

will again review

Final approval was given to

The Jewish home for the its housing situation in the recommendations of a spe-
Aged, presently operating at coming year.
cial ad hoc committee ap-
Resettlement Service, real- pointed by Federation last
izing the variance of needs December to develop a con-
For Custom Drapery as a result of the changing structive relationship with
world-wide immigration pic- these schools. It was pointed
Cleaning, Call
ture, will meet with the di- out that in making funds
vision in the event that an available initially, Federa-
unexpected number of new- tion's interest was to extend
comers to Detroit require only to the Jewish studies
help with adjustment to life portion of their programs.
DRAPERY CLEANERS
in a new setting.
Federation's long-range ob-
Fresh Air Society looks jective however is achieving

an integrated communal day
high school, for which addi-
tional funds would be forth-
coming upon implementation.
The ad hoc committee's pro-
gram was supported by the
The education division rec- education division which re-
ommended allocation of $739,- tains jurisdiction for the de-
396, in conjunction with a veloping relationship.

forward to the completion of
its new Silverman Village, a
unit of residential camping
facilities for emotionally dis-
turbed children at Tamarack
in Ortonville.

"All That The 'Neese- Implies"

We Also
Wash & Finish
Drip Dry Curtains
Professionally

WE DO ALL THE WORK
REMOVE AND INSTALL

new approach of Federation
support for educational pro-
grams and . Jewish schools.
For the first time, allocations
totaling $113,000 were au-
thorized for 1973-74 use by
three elementary day schools.

891-1818

Call Collett
Reverse Charges

Suburban

I'LL GIVE YOU 5 LBS. OF
FREE MATZOHS IF I CAN'T
BEAT YOUR BEST DEAL!!
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FORESTS

that bear your name

Long after you have gone, forests in Israel
renewing themselves in the cycle of sea-
sons, will keep your memory ever green.
When making your Will, provide that a
forest in Israel be planted in your name or
in that of someone dear to you, handing
down your last wish from generation to
generation.

A bequest to the J.N.F. is a bequest to the

entire Jewish people. linking the name
of the Testator with Israel in perpetuity.

For information and advice
in strict confidence apply to

THE FOUNDATION FOR THE

JEWISH

muffin RIAD

Yehudah, $40,000; and Hillel,
$48,000.

The largest allocation voted
by the governors to any ben-
eficiary was the sum of $626,-
396 to underwrite the 1973-74

anticipated deficit of the
United Hebrew Schools. This
sum is inclusive of the needs
of the Midrasha in the amoun t
of $124,671.
The Council's budget for
The education division's re _ 1973-74 as approved by the
port dealt with the continua board of governors provides
tion by UHS of efforts t 0. for expenditures and an alio-
consolidate branches. Pupil s cation in the amount of $177,-
of branches where sharp en 009.

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SEE OR CALL "PHIL" FOR YOUR

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The three day schools re-
ceiving 1973.74 allocations
are Akiva, $25,000; Beth

The Jew i s h Community
Council is the sole local agen-
cy under the jurisdiction of
the community relations divi-
sion. This year the Council
strengthened its cooperative
efforts with similarly-minded
communal organizations in
the cause of the rescue of
Soviet Jewry, and in a host
of urban crisis activities.
During the past year, the
Council has helped with the
establishment of the Kashrut
Advisory Council to serve as
a consultant body on matters
relating to local supervision
of Kashrut.
The community relations
division reported completion
of a functional analysis of
Council activities which re-
vealed that last year the ag-
ency concentrated almost
half of its resources in three
major program areas: Soviet
Jewry, Middle East and Ur-
ban Affairs.
The Council maintained a
position in a number of local
coalitions, including efforts
to promote equal employ-
ment opportunities and or-
derly compliance with what-
ever public school busing
plans are ultimately decreed

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rollment declines have oc
cured are re-assigned to ex -
'sting large schools where
the instructional quality can
be better maintained and as-
sured.
A large portion or ' 17.-
ume
was devoted by the board

various divisions: Ave r n
Cohn, Albert Colman, Stan-
ley Frankel, Dr. Conrad Giles
and Dr. Hyman Mellen.
In the fall, the divisions
will reconvene to help deter-
mine allocations for a large
number of national agency
beneficiaries. The allocations
process will conclude with an
appropriation for capital pur-
poses, Berman said.

IF YOU TURN THE

UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
FIND A FINER WINE THAN

Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.

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Bar Kochba by Yigal Yadin

Reg. '15.00

Special

6.95

Complete Works of

Reg. $39

MARC CHAGALL

1,250 illustrations
53 tipped-in
Colorplates

Special

$114.95

SPITZER'S

Dexter Davison Center

10 Mile and Coolidge

Central services, communi_
ty social planning adminis-
tration a n d organizational
services of the Federation it-
self were allocated a corn-
bined total of $324,115, which
includes a sum designated for
a funded depreciation and
during its meeting to this replacement program. The
specific question. It was re- budget for this activity is
ported that several declining closely examined by the ex-
branches have been phased ecutive committee and sub-
out in the last few years, and mitted by its chairman, Alan
a decision was made to trans- E. Schwartz.
fer students from the remain-
Making their division re-
ing two smallest units for the ports to the governors were
fall semester.
Arnold Faudman, chairman
The Federation board also of health and welfare; Julian
endorsed other UHS and edu- S. Tobias, chairman of edu-
cation division recommenda- cation; and Judge Lawrence
tions aimed at enhancement Gubow, chairman of com-
of educational activities and munity relations.
The amount of money
a concurrent program of
budgetary controls. It was available for the 1973-74 local
noted that the recommended operating allocations was de-
allocation for 1973-74 was termined by a formula ap-
approximately $25,000 less proved at an annual budget
than approved a year earlier, conference held last Decem-
but equalled the total request ber preceding the 1973 fund
submitted by the agency it- appeal.
self.
William Avrunin, executive
Until now, the only way you could get this
The expected enrollment vice president of the Jewish
distinctive
Canadian designed suit (We can't
next year for the UHS ele- Welfare Federation, not e d
that
these
allocations
repre-
mention
the
name) was to buy it in Canada. That
mentary and high schools is
in excess of 1,500 children. sent only operating deficits
sometimes meant smuggling, and a lot of hassle.
and that additional funds are
The education division's generated by the agencies
Now we offer this same suit in beautiful downtown
report refers to an in depth through fees, memberships,
Warren. No borders to cross. We have a complete
study to be carried forward and tuition charges.
to help determine the future
selection of these famous Toronto tailor-mades.
Five of the member agen-
directions and purposes of
cies
in
the
health
and
welfare
Our
price is a little higher but we pay the duty and
the Midrasha-College of Jew-
division also obtain well over
ish Studies.
bring
them in legally. Save time, gas and a possible
$1,000,000 in grants from the
embarrassing
time at the border. Visit Van Dyke in
United Community Services
as a result of contributions
Chauvinist
Warren. You'll find a lot of import goodies not
made to the United Founda-
JERUSALEM — Prime
common in the Detroit area. That's why we're
tion drive in metropolitan De-
Minister Golda Meir, ad- troit.
aboutc
year ahead of Detroit.
dressing an international con-
Berman said that copies of
ference of women journal. the divisions' reports are
ists, joked about her inten- available at the Federation
tions to run again for the office.
premiership:
He thanked the volunteers
"One of the reasons that in volved in the year-round
CLOTHIERS FOR MEN
made me decide to remain w ork of the budget and plan-
9 Mile at Van Dyke, Warren • 45520 Van Dyke, Utica
in office was that my place nin g divisions and special
Open 'tii 9 Thurs. & Fri., Sat.'til 7
would have been taken by a re cognition was accorded to
man." th e associate chairmen of the

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The Canadian suit
you had to smuggle.

Tea ke

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