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February 04, 1977 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

He who knows but little
tells it quickly.

MACK PITT
and
His Orchestra

358-3642

Campaign Distribution Formula Announced;
Chairman Reports $8 Million Pledged to Date

The Jewish Welfare
Federation has adopted
its formula for distribu-
tion of funds to be raised
in the regular segment of
the 1977 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund.

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At a meeting last week
of the Federation board of
governors, a "ceiling" of
$11,500,000 for Campaign
funds was approved, upon
recommendation of the
executive committee.
The formula provides
that funds raised by the
community above the
ceiling are designated for
the Israel Emergency
Fund. The United Jewish
Appeal and its programs
thus receive income both
from the regular Cam-
paign (allocations to
overseas agencies) and
from 'the IEF.
According to Martin E.
Citrin, Federation presi-
dent, the pre-Campaign
decision will thus make
available a total of
$5,125,000 to be used for
all domestic programs.
In a report to the gov-
ernors on the progress of
the campaign to date,
1977 General Chairman
Daniel .M. Honigman re-
ported $8 million in
pledges. Dulcie Rosen-
feld, campaign chairman
of the Women's Division,
said that $1,200,000 in
pledges has been tabu-
lated so far in that divi-
sion.
Honigman and Mrs.
Rosenfeld also an-
nounced that they were
encouraging business
and professional women
to enroll in Campaign di-
visions that reflect their
interests and exper-
tise.
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The Allied Jewish
Campaign's Junior Divi-
sion is conducting several
Campaign telephone sol-
icitations this month.
Prospective contributors
to the men's section will
be called Thursday, on
Feb. 13 and March 13.
The women will have a
telethon Tuesday, Wed-
nesday and Thursday,
and both sections will join
for a mass telethon Feb.
13-20.
* * *
United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership De-
partment Director David
Adler will address the
1977 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Ether-
gency Fund Women's
Division $250 Section
12:30 p.m. Feb. 16 at the
home of Harriet and I.
William Sherr.
A graduate of Carleton
University, Ottawa,
Adler was the youngest
dean of students in Israel,
'serving at Ben-Gurion
University for three
years. He was the leader
of the Young Leadership
Koach Mission in 1976
and is temporarily in the
U.S. as director of the
Young Leadership De-
partment.

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Activities
in Society

Milford Krieger of Oak
Park will attend the wed-
ding of his nephekv,
Donald Krieger of
Philadelphia,
this
weekend in New Jersey.

Friday, February 4, 1977 39

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