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April 30, 1971 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 30, 1971-9

You ARE
MAKING HISTORY!

n a year of crisis .. .

you understand the urgency.

n a year of unparalleled need .. .

you are responding in record amounts.

These boys relax at the - Verkas - Community
Center in the Alontmarte section of Paris which
serves some 550 Jewish children and teenagers,
mainly recent arrivals from North Africa. our
contribution to the 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund helps support the Center.

This Teheran child is arriving for her first clay in
the school provided through our community's allo-
cation to the I ailed Jewish -ippeal. She will receive
hot lunches and adequate clothing along with her
education.

The Board of Governors of the Jewish Welfare Federation and the officers of the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund cordially invite you to hear the story of our community's generosity at the

VICTORY DINNER

of the

1971 ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN-
ISRAEL
NCY FUND

Wednesday, May 5
Congregation B'nai David
24350 Southfield Road
Southfield, Michigan

Reception 6:15 p.m.
Dinner 7:30 p.m.
$8.50 per plate
reservations, WO 5 3939

-

New arrivals to Israel from Eastern Europe take a=j1le_ltrew lesson on the lawn
of Givat Brenner, Israel :s first immigrant absorption center on a collective farm.

The Detroit Jewish community set out to raise in 1971 a record
amount of money to meet 'crisis needs in Israel and mounting
necessities for Jews here af Nhome and the world over. If you
have not yet joined this hiStthic page in the history of Jewish
humanity, then

lour rontributions to the 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign
keep our mitny loco/ services strong. These residents of .
Borman Mil of the Jewish Home for the lged are indi-
cative of the fuller life offered members of the Detroit
Jewish community.

Meyer M. Fishman

Max M. Shaye

Campaign Chairmen

Jewish Welfare Federation

163 Madison, Detroit, Michigan 48226
WO 5-3939

Packing hisl'ea• belongings. 11r. N., a tloroccan Jew, prepares to
more to nerc quarters.
house he leaves lacks plumbing. •lec-
tri•ity 11111I
The J oint 1)iNII- 111111101I Committee. .supported
through the 1971 lilted Jewish ( tonputgn-lsrael kmergencl fund.
provided for the relocotion. through litIN progrom. tlr. and
several other elder!). Jews trill now pool their rent in order to
pa, for better IV/III- le, ftl ri lower cost per permIll.

the

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