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April 10, 1964 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-10

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7 - THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday

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Children first-375,00

IF YOU HAVE EVER CALMED A CHILD'S FEARS

. . . wiped

away his tears . . . comforted him . . . made him know
that you love him . . . then this message is for you:
In 1964 UJA will aid 751,000 people and nearly
one in every two will be a child or young person.
Startling? Here are more figures to consider:
Twenty-one thousand children in a single land
overseas will get hot school lunches daily.
One hundred and ten thousand children in thirty
countries overseas will be helped to go to school.
Forty thousand youngsters in children's homes in
these same countries will get all, or a good part, of
their care thanks to the United Jewish Appeal.

We could go on. But figures hardly tell the human
story — the wonder, the sheer joy, of saving a child's
life and of building it.
In all the ways UJA helps — resettlement, relief,
medical care, training—it's children first. It goes with-
out saying, they must have first chance for lives of
freedom and opportunity.
A wise man said: "Give a little love to a child, and
you will get a great deal back."
Yes, give love and help and hope. What will you
get back? It might be a better world.

Give to the United Jewish Appeal

of them

IN 1984, UJA MUST DIVE LIFESAVIN8 AIO TO 751,000

IN ISRAEL—Help immigrants — new and old.

Give newcomers initial aid . . . and housing.
Absorb immigrants of previous years including
• Aged and handicapped immigrants yearning
for renewed usefulness.
• Young people in need of training.
• Immigrant farm settlers struggling for ()coo
nomic freedom.
• Unskilled newcomers in development towns.

IN EUROPE, OTHER LANDS—Sustain

those in need.
with food, shelter, medical care, training:
Assist those who can emigrate to free lands.

Help

IN USA Aid

and resettle newcomers arriving her&

Give Once Give Generously Give NOW
for
55 Major Jewish Causes

AROUND THE CORNER . . . AROUND THE WORLD

JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION

OF DUItOIT

ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN

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