harles Feinberg Gives Manuscripts
by Meyer Levin to Hebrew -U. Library
12—Friday, March 24, 1972
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Aid Asked for Effort, Inc., Art Sale;
Will Aid Retarded Young People
CUSTOM FURNITURE &
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ON tOCATION -
Detroiter Charles Feinberg. ' Jerusalem last week..
newly appointed national chairman I .Feinberg,, a vice president of
An affeal has been issued by raise money toward furnishing
of the Hebrew University library the -Acherian Friends of the- l-le-
Effort, Inc., ;the , movement to such a home.
advisory committee, presented the ! brew University. has collected
Donors are asked to telephone
manuscripts and books written by I Let in's'Uorks for a number of create houSing for retarded youths,
for material to be used in the any of the following Effort com-
Meyer Levin to the Jewish Na- ' years.
Effort Art and Select Item Sale_ mittee members to make their
The presentation ceremony
tional and University Library in
- - - coincided with the opening of May ' 20-21 at the Birmingham gifts: Mrs. Sarah Slipson, UN 4-
4948; Mrs. .Philip Slomovitz, 352-
' an exhibition of part of the coly_ YMCA.
Effort, an organization of parents, 6834; or Mrs. Ben Wigder, DI
lection, comprising Levin's writ-
guardians, relatives and friends of 3122.
ings in various stages of com-
young adult retarded men and
Included are the manuscript women from both Plymouth and
drafts for Levin's latest novel, "The Lapeer Home and Training schools
SEE OR CALL • •
Settlers." a novel of the early who have been placed in group
Zionist pioneers, to be published living homes in the community,
next month by Simon and Schuster. has a charter from the state of
Feinberg. who has donated Walt Michigan as a nonprofit organiza-
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They come from the Soviet Union
where it takes courage to ask for a
visa. And it takes courage to begin
a new life.
They are among the 50,000
immigrants expected in Israel this
year. And most of them will be
distressed immigrants. The special
responsibility of the UJA.
The people of Israel are doing all
they can. They pay the highest taxes
in the world to carry a defense
burden which consumes 80% of their
tax revenues; they stand guard on
the borders and still give their lives
to defend the land.
The people of Israel do all this, and
more, to protect the Promise of a
new life for every immigrant. But
there is simply not enough money to
help us care for them once they
The sacrifice of the Israelis must be
matched by our determination to
keep the Promise. In 1972:
—We must build 15,000 new housing
units for new immigrants.
—We must speed the absorption of
the newcomers by providing
language instruction, vocational
training and retraining, by
maintaining absorption centers
—We must provide places in
universities for-6,000 immigrant
—We must assure secondary
education for their young, health
care for the sick, welfare for those
in need, comfort for the aged.
There is so much to do for the
immigrants already there. And there
are so many more waiting to come
to Israel, waiting to come home.
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