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May 01, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 1, 1964

103,000 FOR LUNCH EVERY DAY

IN A CERTAIN OVERSEAS COUNTRY,

44,000 per-

sons will have lunch today, thanks to UJA. In

another the number will be 7,500. In still another

2,300 will eat in UJA-aided canteens.

Yes, in thirty countries these scenes will be

duplicated for 103,000 persons. That many

Preventing starvation is the first step in

rebuilding an individual's life.

This step will be followed by others ... until

the long road to independence has been traveled.

You can be part of this great drive to save

and build human lives.

meals will be served today — and every day —

You can help absorb new immigrants into

by the Joint Distribution Committee, and the

the democratic life of the United States, Israel,

Jewish Agency for Israel, using UJA funds.

and other lands by supporting UJA's 1964 drive.
Give generously to the United Jewish
Appeal through the 1964 Allied Jewish
Campaign.

These meals are not social occasions. They

are the meat and drink of survival.

Save More Lives... Build More Lives

United Jewish Appeal

And 55 Local, National and Overseas Causes

Allied Jewish Campaign

IN 1964, WA MUST GIVE LIFESAVING AID TO 751,000

IN ISRAEL

Help immigrants—new and old.
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 eco•
nomic freedom.
• Unskilled newcomers in development towns.



Give

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 here.

NATIONALLY—You help American Associa-
tion for Jewish Education, American Jewish
Committee, American Jewish Congress,
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith,
Bnai Brith National Youth Service Appeal,
Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish War Vet-
erans, National Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, National Foundation for
Jewish Culture, National Jewish Welfare
Board, YIVO and a score of other essential
services and causes,

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