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July 15, 1994 - Image 63

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CONGRATULATIONS!

DAVID M. DEUTSCH

said, "damage Jewish-Christian
relations unnecessarily, and gra-
tuitously run the risk of antag-
onizing one community that has
been a real ally on the question
of Israel's survival."
He conceded that the Repub-
lican pitch to Jewish voters has
been hurt by the unusually
warm relations between Presi-
dent Clinton and Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
"Bush and Baker were less
warm in their sentiments to-
ward Israel than Clinton and
Gore," he said. "But Israel was
better off with the kind of
strength shown by Bush in the
Gulf War than with the weak-
ness of a sympathetic Bill Clin-
ton."
GOP leaders, he admitted, are
ambivalent about his new orga-
nization. "At times," he said,
"they probably find us a little bit
of an annoyance. We think it's
good to have an internal debate
in the party. Established orga-
nizations have a tendency to
want unity above all. I'm not
sure that's wise for a party that's
out of power."

CJF Sees Clinton
Plan Fall Short

Jewish groups enthusiastically
supported President Clinton's
first major legislative triumph,
the National Service plan. But
that plan hasn't always worked
as Jewish activists had hoped.
A team from the Council of
Jewish Federations spent
months putting together appli-
cations for 10 grants under the
program, which uses federal dol-
lars to boost community service
volunteerism. Included were pro-
jects in St. Louis and Buffalo
aimed at the at-risk elderly and
a program sponsored by the
Boston Jewish Federation fo-
cusing on strategies for living in
urban areas. This latter program
involved education, environ-
ment, public safety and human
needs projects.
In the middle of the game, Na-
tional Service officials decided
on significantly smaller grants
to a larger number of recipients.
When that made the CJF pro-
grams economically unfeasible,
CJF decided not to accept the
trimmed-back grants because
"we couldn't assure a quality pro-
gram," said Diana Aviv, the
group's Washington represen-
tative. "It's regrettable that we
were not able to reach a meeting
of the minds. These are magnif-
icent programs that represent-
ed a unique opportunity to work
both in the general community,
and to draw in Jewish volun-
teers in a way that we haven't
done before as part of a coordi-
nated national effort." ❑

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