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December 25, 1981 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 25, 1981 I

AJCampaign Allocations and UJC Endowment Announced

Allocations to overseas
and Israel agencies total-
ling $10,248,700 from the
Allied Jewish Campaign -

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Israel Emergency Fund
were approved for 1981-
1982 by the Jewish Welfare
Federation Board of Gover-
nors. The total is exclusive
of Project Renewal.
The United Jewish Ap-
peal was allocated
$10,095,400 for distribution
to its beneficiaries, includ-
ing the Joint Distribution
Committee, ORT and seven
Israel institutions of higher
learning.
The other allocations
went to HIAS (Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society),
$92,000; Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, $36,300;
and America- Israel Cul-
tural Foundation,
$25,000.
In other action, the Fed-
eration Board of Governors
approved $113,565 in capi-
tal improvements to the
Borman Hall and Prentis
Manor facilities of the
Jewish Home for Aged. The
sum will go toward new
telephone systems, furnish:
ings, office machines and
additional laundry equip-
ment.

development of various
agency projects and entered
into an agreement with He-
brew Free Loan Association
to handle student loans
from the 40 scholarship
funds in WC's portfolio.
Jackier also noted that
United Jewish Charities
will be the financing arm
for the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center, releasing ad-
vance construction dol-
lars based on HMC
pledges so that the proj-
ect at Maple-Drake can
proceed.

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1:00 PM until 5:00 PM this week only.

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Shown at recent events on behalf of the Allied
Jewish Campaign are, from left, top photograph,
Robert Jackier, Philip Handleman and Marc
Schwartz at a Junior Division seminar on solicitation;
in the middle photograph, at the Professional Health
Division study breakfast are Dr. Martin Hart, Charles
Tobias and Dr. Richard Krugel; in the bottom photo-
graph, at the Women's Division $600 pre-Campaign
meeting, are Marlene Borman, Shelby Tauber, Robert
Naftaly, Sally Krugel, speaker Dr. Allen Pollack, Edie
Mittenthal, Jane Sherman and Marjory Ansell.

The United Jewish
Charities has received $27
million towards its goal of
$100 million in endowment
funds in the 1980s, UJC
President Joseph H. Jackier
announced at the UJC an-
nual meeting, held in con-
junction with the Jewish
Welfare Federation Board
of Governors.
The endowment fund in-
cludes 129 philanthropic
funds, with a value of
$10,436,253; plus 102 "spe-
cial purpose" funds, for
$2,099,564; and 69 insur-

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Elected as officers of the
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UJC board of directors were I
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MOTIVO ESPANOL No 1

Frankel, Shirley Harris,
Miles Jaffe, Emery I. Klein
and Samuel Schiff. The
nominating committee con-
sisted of Robert H. Naftaly,
Joel D. Gershenson and
Bruce E. Thal.
With approval of an
amendment of the UJC
bylaws, the board of direc-
torshas been enlarged from
13 members to 15.

Gaza Strip,
Golan Druze
Strikes End
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The

two-week general strike in
the Gaza Strip ended when
Gaza Mayor Rasahed
A-Shawwa announced the
re-opening of shops and
municipal services this
week.
Meanwhile, a four-day
strike by Golan Druze, pro-
testing the imposition of Is-
raeli law on the area, has
ended, but the atmosphere
in the four villages in which
the nearly 13,000 Golan
Druze are concentrated re-
mains tense.
Religious leaders have
imposed sanctions against
the minority of Druze who
support the Israeli move.
One villager was barred
from attending his mother's
funeral by religious leaders
who said he was being ex-
communicated because of
his support for Israel which
made a traitor to the Druze
cause.


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$1,649,464. Jackier said
that between Jan. 1 and
Oct. 31, 1981, $1,347,072
had been distributed from
philanthropic funds. The
30%
list of distributions ranges •
FOR ALL AGES
from the Allied Jewish

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In his report on high-

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Charities year, Jackier said •
(located in Birmingham Vacuum)
UJC provided funds to in-
stall a computer system at • # Evergreen Plaza, Evergreen and 12
Federation offices to be
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shared with member agen- 4
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Mon. thru Sat.
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