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July 10, 1992 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-10

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Celebrating 50 years of growth with the Detroit Jewish Community

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THE JEWISH NEWS

9 TAMMUZ

5 7 5 2/JULY 10, 1992

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Federation Cuts Back
Budget Allocation

For the second straight year, the Allied
Jewish Campaign has dipped significantly.

DAVID KOTZEN-REICH STAFF WRITER

he Jewish Commu-
nity Council, the
Detroit Jewish com-
munity's official voice
to the non-Jewish
world, sustained what
amounts to a 5 per-
cent budget cut when
the board of governors
of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Metropolitan
Detroit last week approved this fis-
cal year's Campaign allocations.
The Jewish Home for Aged also
suffered a 5 percent cut, but unlike
JCCouncil, its budget is not entirely
dependent on Allied Jewish Cam-
paign funds. Many other local agen-
cies faced lesser cuts or will be forced
to exist on last year's levels after the
Campaign collected less funds for
the second consecutive year.
All national agencies that receive
money from the Federation suffered
cuts as well. The United Jewish

Allied Jewish Campaign

$24.4

$23.9

$22.9

Millions

1990

1991

1992

Appeal, the Federation's main con-
duit of funding to Israel, will receive
$13,722,622, about $33,365 less than
last year.
The actual cut to JCCouncil was
7.5 percent, but it was cushioned be-
cause the Federation will waive pre-
miums this year to an over-funded
Federation pension fund, said Larry

FEDERATION/page 28

Inside

HOT RACES

Primary Fight

his is Jennifer. She is 8 years old, she is Jewish, and
she is disabled. She has spent all her life in and out
of hospitals and foster care.
Vicki Krausz, director of the Jewish Children's
Adoption Network, is determined to find a home for
Jennifer and the hundreds of other special needs
Jewish children up for adoption.
But Mrs. Krausz won't be satisfied with just any
home. Not even any happy, stable home. She wants
these children in Jewish homes. And that has placed

her at the center of a nationwide controversy.
The question is: Should religion be a critical fac-
tor in adoption, especially special needs adoption?

Where Is
My Home?

Story on page 22

Outdoor Sales In The
Culinary Corridor

Candidates in state
House races battle
for position.

Page 43

FINE ARTS

Sacred Art

From a small desk,
a childhood legacy
becomes Judaica.

Page 61

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