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May 27, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-27

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Sour of Israel's emergence
olda Meir was, from the
ael's outstanding official

She comes to us again, on June 7, to inspire our
efforts in behalf of Israel Bond investments.

country in Moscow. As
Soviet Union, she was an
thousands by her mere
the symbol of a great ren-
masses continue to look to
hts in Jewry's redemption.

In Golda Meir we have a spokesman who inspires
dignity and pride.

4inister, Golda Meir has
ael. As Israel's spokesman
was equally the pride of

L

ye inspiration to our com-
Campaigns for the United
(forts for the Israel Bond

.

MAX STOLLMAN

We heartily welcome her as one of the great
Jewish women of all time.

We join in the call to our community to respond
with the greatest devotion to her appeal for the Israel
Bond drive that is to commence in our community, for
the current year, with her visit here.

It is our hope that Bond sales will double and
treble during the current year.

Mrs. Meir is coming here to inspire us, and we
feel honored by her visit.

A hearty welcome to you, Golda Meir!

May your efforts in behalf of Israel always find
a warm response in Jewry and the recognition you have
earned from the nations of the world.

PHILLIP STOLLMAN

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