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March 27, 1981 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Mardi 27, 1981 11

Don't get tired.

They can't.

He longs for peace — for himself, his young
family and his homeland. But peace carries a
heavy p'ricetag. It means leaving their new
home in the Sinai for yet another beginning in
the Negev. It means the special kind of
vigilance that every Israeli reservist lives with
and every taxpayer accepts.

We in Detroit promised that we would help
shoulder their burden of social and humanitarian
programs, of resettlement and immigrant
absorption. Why? Because We Arp One.

Jewish Welfare Federation
1 63 Madison Avenue • Detroit, Michigan 48226 • 965-3939

Please give, generously to the
1 981 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund

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