Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 3
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August 23, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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•^^•w m^m VVA« *^M TX.-LU*I^ jwv*i%-^i,t.(.^/iji y United Fund will aim for non-contributors Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, August 23, 1972 A-3 The Alton-Wood River Area United Fund will try to reach 550 area employers and 14,800 employes not currently supporting the UF campaign fund help to achieve this year's UF goal of $623,977, it was announced Tuesday. The announcement came during a noon meeting of representatives of UF—funded agencies held in the YWCA. "We must find a way to reach the 14,800 employed people in the area who are not financially supporting the United Way campaign, and a way must also be found to reach the f>50 employers in the area who are not financially supporting the campaign," agency represen- tatives were told by UF chairman Harold Schlobohm. S. John Crawley, executive director of the United Fund, said that seeking those not now giving — both employers and employes — was a prime way to help compensate for some of the estimated 3,000 people who no longer contribute. ''In the past two years there have been 3,000 people drop from our contributor list due to leaving the area for other jobs on just being unem- ployd," Crawley said. Crawley reemphasized to the agency representatives that sincerity in the campaign must also be a top consideration. "It's apathy that can defeat us," Crawley told the Telegraph," we must have enthusiasm and be sincere as we work on the campaign. "Everybody thinks, oh will, they'll reach their goal again this year just like in the past; but if everybody felt this way and sat back we sure wouldn't reach our goal." Crawley said. A new United Way movie, produced by SIUE was shown to the group as a communications tool. Three prints of the film, which was shot in this area, will be used to communicate the UF message; to groups. Crawley said it is planned for representatives of the fund to communicate with each of the 185 service and civic clubs Guns among loot in $1,000 burglary JERSKYVILLE - Seven rifles and shotguns and other items valued at $1,039.75 were taken in a burglary early Tuesday at the Dona'.d Beiser home at Rte 1, Dow. The sheriff's department is continuing investigation into the burglary which occurred between 7:30 p.m. Monday and 12:15 a.m. Tuesday. Witnesses indicated that a car was seen in the vicinity of the Beiser home about 4:30 p.m. With the three occupants of the car alighting from the car and going to to* SUPPLIES forBackto-Schoolers -—rfo We have everything you need but the teacher. HONKE PHARMACIES Wood River and Edwurdsville Rd. 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Agencies wore asked for ideas on public displays of their work to be presented in the Beltline shopping center at Central Hardware and at. the Eastgatc Plaza Shopping Center in East Alton. The displays would be exhibited on the last two weekends of October and the first weekend of September. Meanwhile. Public Delations Chairman Gilbert Barrett said that despite the fact that this year's national United Way slogan is "Thanks To You It's Working," the local theine should be "Crusade For Services." In addition to reaching the people not now supporting the campaign, the United Fund officials outlined their other proposals for meeting this year's goal: increasing the level of giving of the Ifl,fi93 givers to the 1971 campaign. 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