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January 17, 1986 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-17

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8 Friday, January 17, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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David Handleman

The re-election of David
Handleman is president and ac-
ceptance of his report listing a
number of projects on behalf of
the Jewish committee of Detroit
marked the 86th annual meet-
ing of United Jewish Charities.
The UJC, predecessor of the
Jewish Welfare Federation as
the central fund-raising and
service-providing organization
for the community, continues as
Federation's agency for main-
taining communal properties, as
well as developing and manag-
ing endowment and trust funds.
Earnings generated by such
funds are distributed to a wide
range of charities.
Re-elected along with Hand-
leman were Samuel Frankel,
Graham A. Orley and Frieda
Stollman, vice-preSidents;
Samuel Schiff, treasurer; and
Wayne L. Feinstein, secretary.
Elected to the board of directors
were Irwin Green, Henr
Dorfman and Stanley J. Win-
kelman. They and Mrs.
Stollman will serve three-year
terms.
This year, UJC's Max M.
Fisher Jewish Community
Foundation distributed $200,000
toward Jewish education, health
and welfare, community rela-
tions, Israel and outreach to the
unaffiliated.
Two important programs'
recommended by Federation's
Task Force on Community
Based Services to the Non-
Institutionalized Elderly re-
ceived Foundation funding.
They are the Jewish Informa-
tion Service, which has provided
assistance to more than 600 cal-
lers seeking answers to a
variety of questions, and the re-
spite care program. of Jewish
Family Service, which provides
support to families caring for
the chronically ill in their
homes.
Reflecting the concerns of the
'newly formed Commission on
Identity and Affiliation, the
Foundation approved a number
of projects to enhance the com-
munity's system of Jewish edu
cation.
These programs ere: provision
of tutorial assistancg —to
youngsters with behavioral
problems at Temple Emanu.IE1;
in-service training for the 100
faculty members Who teach
1,700 children at Temple Israel;

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and creation of a computer pro-
gram to stimulate. classroom
education at Temple Beth Jacob
in Pontiac.
Thirty congregational Hebrew
school teachers will have to Is-
rael to participate in a program
with Hebrew University's Mel-
ton Center for Jewish Education
in the Diaspora.
The highly successful teen
program whereby local high
school students spend the sum-
mer in our Project Renewal sis-
ter city of Ramie' also will con-
tinue with assistance from the
Fisher Foundation.
Because of Foundation fund-
ing, the Fresh Air Society will
be able to expand substantially
its family camping program,
thus reaching single-parent
families and other groups.
The, Jewish Association for'
Retarded Citizens received fund-
ing to continue its outreach pro-
gram for individuals dually
diagnosed with mental retarda-
tion and mental illness, and the
Jewish Community Center re-
ceived funds for its singles out-
reach program, which has now
been integrated into the Cen-
ter's ongoing program.
Another important project
that was approved by United
Jewish Charites is the forthcom-
ing exhibition "Anne Frank in
the World," which is being
brought to Detroit by the
American Jewish Committee
with UJC support. The exhibit
will open in March.
Handleman noted that the
United Jewish Charities "rainy
day fund," which in the past has
enabled the community to re-
spond to historic challenges, also
contributed to Detroit's "Opera-
tion Moses" effort on behalf of
Ethiopian Jewry.
The growth of UJC's Feder-
ated Endowment Fund was one
of the most positive develop-
ments reported upon by Hand-
leman. Through November,
United Jewish Charities was
managing 482 separate funds
for a total of $60,734,000. The
Allied Jewish Campaign bene-
fited from development of the
AJC Permanent ,.Endowment
Fund by Which contributors may
perpetuate their commitment to
the community for future gener-
ations.



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be held on Jan. 26 at 5 p.m. at
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Klein, auction chairman.
There is a charge for dinner.
There also is a charge for per-
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More than 100 items, mer-
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