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March 01, 1974 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

Friday, March 1, 1974-9

"DON'T STOP"

"DON'T STOP"

"DON'T STOP"

"DON'T STOP"

"DON'T STOP"

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"DON'T STOP"

Not now. Sure there's a cease fire on Israel's borders and ;things are relatively
quiet on the battlefront. And maybe you feel that you've made your contribution:
attended a meeting, wrote out a check. Now you're sitting back feeling satisfied
and just a little complacent.

You couldn't be more wrong.

Another battle is still raging in Israel: the battle against human need.
If you know any history and read the papers, you know what war
can do to a country—disruption, human distress, suffering. With
compassion, care and massive funds we can begin to repair
some of the damage. And we can take care of new immi-
grants who are still coming.

With problems like these, this is no time to sit back.

Doing your share this year means doing much
more than you've ever done. You can't stop now.
Our battle has barely begun.

GIVE TO THE ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND.

1974 ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN-ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND

Willam M. Davidson

Chairmen

Lewis S. Grossman

163 Madison Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48226

*Contributions to the Israel Emergency Fund insure the continuation of great humanitarian programs. The Fund makes possible
care and assistance for hundreds of thousands of immigrants we helped bring to Israel, including tens of thousands of Soviet Jews,
the aged, handicapped and unabsorbed newcomers. All Contributions to the United Jewish Appeal are tax deductible.

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