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November 21, 1975 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pre-Campaign Chairmen Chosen

The pre-Campaign chair-
men for the 1976 Allied Jew-
ish Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund have been
appointed by Campaign
general chairmen Dr. Leon
Fill and Merle Harris.
They are Marvin H. Gold-
man, Jay M. Kogan, Jack A.
Robinson and Norman
Wachler.
Goldman has held various
Campaign leadership posi-
tions. A 1975-pre-Campaign
vice chairman, Goldman
was 1974 chairman of the
Industrial and Automotive
Division.
A former chairman of
the Detroit Service
Group's annual Stag Day,
he is currently a board
member of the DSG and
the Jewish Home for Aged.
Kogan was.a. 1975 pre-
Campaign vice chairman.
He is a member of the De-
troit Service Group. -
Robinson, a 1975 pre-
' Campaign associate chair-
man, has been a pre-Cam-
paign vice chairman and

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chairman of the AJC-IEF's
Professional Division.
A governor of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, Robin-
son is a vice president of
Federation Apartments and
the Detroit Service Group.
Actively involved in
Campaign activities for
several years, Wachler
was a 1975 pre-Campaign
associate chairman, a 1974
pre-Campaign vice chair-
man, and was chairman of
the Mercantile Division.
Wachler, a board member
of the DSG, was chairman
of its Stag Day in Septem-
ber. He is a director of the
Jewish Community Center,
and a past director of the
Fresh Air Society and the
Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion.
Charities to Hold
Annual Meeting
The United Jewish Chari-
ties will hold its 76th annual
meeting 8 p.m. Dec. 1 in the
main hall of the new Jewish
Community Center, 6600 W.
Maple, West Bloomfield.
According to UJC presi-
dent Alfred L. Deutsch, it's
the first communal meeting
to be held at the Center,
which is not yet formally
open.
Deutsch will present the
Charities' annual report.

JWF-UJC Endowm
- ent
'Fund co-chairman Milton J.
Miller and Samuel Schiff
will outline the Fund's activ-
ities and accomplishments
during the past year.
The election of UJC di-
rectors and a vote on
amendments to the by-
laws are also part of the
business agenda.
The Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration will also have a
board of governors meeting
and election of officers as
well that evening. During
the -Federation meeting,
three Young Leadership
Awards will be presented by
' JWF president Mandell L.
Berman to this year's recipi-
ents.
DSG Election
-
Slated Today
The Detroit Service
Group of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation will elect of-
ficers for 1976-7 at noon to-
day in the Fred M. Butzel
Memorial Building.
Votes on four amend-
ments to the DSG by-laws
are also on the business
agenda, according to Arthur
Howard, DSG president.
The meeting will include
a report by Federation
Women's Division Cam-
paign chairman Ruth K.
Broder and the Division's

Increased Emigres Denied by Israel

$250 section chairman Edith
Mittenthal on their experi-
ences while on a United
Jewish Appeal Leadership
Mission to Eastern Europe
and Israel last month.

`Pooled Income Fund'
Charities Topic
A new Jewish charitable
fund was the topic of a re-
cent estate planners insti-
tute sponsored by the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation-
United Jewish Charities
Endowment Fund Commit-
tee.
The technical and practi-
cal applications of the Jew-
ish Federation Pooled In-
come Fund were described
by the concept's originator,
attorney Miles Jaffe, to
nearly 50 professionals at-
tending the midday seminar
at the Standard Club in De-
troit.
The fund is designed to
offer donors of all income
levels an opportunity to par-
ticipate in a Federation
charitable remainder trust.
Pamphlets describing the
new fund and the complete
Endowment Program may
be obtained by contacting
program secretary C. Ken-
neth Sarason at the Jewish
Welfare Federation office,
965-3939.

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JERUSALEM (ZINS) — and 14,500. In 1973 that
Rumors of increased emi- number had risen to be-
gration from Israel do not tween 16,000 and 19,000.
conform to information re-
In 1974 there was a fur-
leased by Israel's Statistical ther increase to between.
Bureau..
16,000 and 20,000. Best esti-
Although no precise fig- mates for the current year
ures are given, the statisti- are that emigration will to-
cians, estimate that emigra- tal between 17,000 and
tion in the current year will 18,000.
not be any larger than in I —
previous years — in fact, it
may be smaller.

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L ARRY FREEDMAN,

Government officials
point out that in the years
1971 and 1972 the number of
emigres was between 13,000
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Blood Pressure
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sure screening test 1-4:30
p.m. Tuesday at its 10 Mile-
Southfield Rd. location.
A nurse will do the
screening and give counsel-
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Persons with high readings
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People
Make News

Jonathan Triesman was
awarded a third place prize
in the National Engineering
Aptitude Search Test.
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Dr. Lawrence S. Morton
of Southfield was awarded a
fellowship from the Aca-
demy of General Dentistry
at the academy's convoca-
tion held last month in Chi-
cago.
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Joyce Weckstein of
Southfield is the author of
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Mrs. Weckstein was grad-
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University with a degree in
physical and health educa-
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