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March 29, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-29

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misam

For the third year in a row, thousands
of Jewish men, women and children have
a chance to move from lands of despair.
.A human . tide of European and North
African :Jews turns to us for help to start
new lives in Israel and other lands.

We must • rescue them right .now,
while they have the chance to go.

But in Israel, the task of transporting,
receiving and adequately absorbing tens
of thousands of new immigrants—as well
as those who have come into the country
since 1961—is straining the capacities
of Israel's people to the danger point.;

And in* France, where 160,000 refu-
gees have crowded in recent months,
the:aid programs of the -Joint Distribu-
tion Committee are being taxed to the
utmost.

Now 'is the time to help to avert the
danger, Now is the time to guarantee
full rescue and resettlementand turn
the human tide tome.

Give your in-creased gift to UJA's Reg-
ular Campaign. Then. give a great extra
gift to U.J.A.'s Special .Fund for New
• Iminigrants.

We've Saved 3,000,000 lives — Let's save more

.

GIVE NOW HELP NOW

In' IsraetHelp 308,000 immigrants,
new and old. Help bring in this year's
thousands . . . give them initial aid . . .
build 16,000 housing units.

Help unabsorbed immigrants of previous
year: 130,000 immigrants farm settlers,
just short of economic independence
(23,000 can make it this year, if UJA's
goal is met).

51,000 aged and handicapped immi-
grants yearning for renewed usefulness.

:

25th Anniversary Year Campaign

ogn united Jewish Appeal

33,000 young people in need of voca-
tional and youth .training help.

Outside Israel—Su-stain . 267,000 men,
women and children.

$36,000,000 SPECIAL FUND in addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN

In behalf of UNITED ISRAEL APPEAL, JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE, NEW YORK ASSOCIATION FOR NEW AMERICANS AND UNITED HIAS SERVICE.

Serve the UJA and 54 local, national, and overseas causes through the

1963 Allied Jewish Campaign

.

Next Report Meeting: Tuesday, April 2, 8:00 p.m. Jewish Community Center

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