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April 29, 1966 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-29

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From the Galilee in the north to the
Negev in the south, 21 towns and
, their people are bearing
with endurance the disadvantages
Common to all new frontier


Built from scratch in the past few
years to create places for 200,000 new
immigrants to live and work in Israel,
practically no one of these towns
has enough schools, parks, recreational
or health facilities.
Nor can their residents look to themselves
to make up these deficiencies. Nearly all
these people come from countries where they
have been disadvantaged in education
and job skills. Their group contains the
largest number of welfare cases, the lowest
paid workers in Israel, the most unemployed.
Through the UJA you can help speed the
development of these townships and the successful
absorption of the hard-working immigrants
living in them.

For the UJA and 57 additional agencies —

Give Life... Give Hope... Give Freedom..:

United Jewish Appeal

1966 CAMPAIGN FOR $73.420,000


Attend The Victory Dinner
of the
1966 Allied Jewish Campaign
Jewish Community Center
Wednesday, May 4
Call WO 54939.
For reservations

On behalf of United Israel Appeal-Jewish Agency for Israel, Inc. Joint Distribution_Committee (including MALBEN and OR1) --• f Jew York Association for New Americans • United IllaS

6—Friday, April 29, 1966


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