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August 12, 1983 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWF Allocates Campaign Funds

(Continued from Page 1)
Similarly, Jewish Voca-
tional Service faced consid-
erable pressure this year
with increases in the
number of clients and the
impact of inflation on its
programs funded by Feder-
ation.
The Resettlement Service
figure reflected a decline in
the arrival rate of Russian
refugees.
Approved for the agen-
cies of the Culture and
Education Division was a
total of $2,438,959 - an
increase of $89,830 over
the previous year. In
recommending an in-
crease for Michigan's
Hillel Foundations, the
division referred to their
strenuous efforts to
counter Arab prop-
aganda on campus.
The National and Com-
munity Relations Division's
recommended allocation of
$545,430 represented an in-
crease of $20,345. Two new
agencies were admitted to

the national category of be-
neficiaries: the Association
of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Services and the
North American Jewish
Students Appeal.
To present a balanced
budget, Cohn said the local
capital appropriation was
held to $224,670, a reduc-
tion prompted by the recog-
nized need to meet the De-
troit community's local re-
quirements without sac-
rificing Detroit's leadership
role in the overseas area.
Board members ex-
pressed concern that such a
measure - borrowing
against the future to meet
current needs - not becoMe
a pattern. By setting aside
funds each year for capital
programs, ' the Detroit
Jewish community has been
enabled to engage in vital
building projects. These
must not be jeopardized, the
board was told.
President Cohn said
that the board will ad-
dress this issue within the

Federation's Campaign Allocations

AGENCIES

1982-83
Community Services

Fresh Air Society
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Federation Apartments
Jewish Home for Aged
Jewish House of Shelter
Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop
Resettlement Service
Sinai Hospital
Tamarack Hills Authority

1983-84

$181,000
9,640
677,500
29,829
547,000
1,260

$190,000
8,500
747,500
34,829
591,500
1,260

468,500
215,624
100,000
29,300

508,000
203,624
150,000
29,300

$910,000
80,500
114,425
115,575
950,000
40,500
76,000
40,600
21,202

$910,000
90,500
125,875
121,575
990,000
46,500
83,380
45,600
25,529

Culture and Education

United Hebrew Schools-Midrasha
Akiva Hebrew Day School
Hillel Day School
Yeshivat Beth Yehudah
Jewish Community Center
Hillel Foundation-MSU
Hillel Foundation-U of M
Hillel Foundation-WSU
Transportation Services

next year and em-
phasized that every
member of the commu-
nity, through the Allied
Jewish Campaign, can
help meet the mounting
needs.
He credited Federation's
agencies and the .members
of its budgeting and plan-
ning divisions for achieving
an equitable distribution of
funds.
Led by Bruce E. Thal,
chairman of the Conference
of Division Chairmen, the
heads of the four divisions

are:
Community Services:
James M. August, chair-
man, with Carolyn Green-
berg, Stuart E. Hertzberg
and Edythe Jackier, associ-
ate chairmen; Culture and
Education: Mark E. Schlus-
sel, with Joseph B. Colten
and Michael W. Maddin;
National Agencies: Robert
H. Naftaly, with David
Bittker and Dr. Paul C.
Feinberg; and Capital
Needs: David L. Page, with
Hugh Greenberg and Her-
bert Sillman.

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engaged in various projects raelis abroad to return
on behalf of Arab-Israeli home and to show them that
peace, is undertaking a new the doors of Israel are open
project: helping Israelis who to them," Nathan declared.
left Israel (yordim) to return
home.
At a press conference last
week, Nathan disclosed
that on Sept. 5, a special El
Al flight will leave for Israel
with 450 returning Israelis
aboard. "Each Israeli on
this flight will pay only
$200 for his one-way ticket
to Israel," Nathan said. He
said that he personally con-
tributed $10,000 for the op-
eration while the aliya de-
partment of the World
Zionist Organization
matched his contribution.
According to Nathan, the
hiring of the special flight
would cost $150,000. The
crew of the flight agreed to
volunteer their services,
Nathan said. He said that
Israel's Ministry of Absorp-
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National Agencies

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