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March 18, 1983 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 18, 1983 1



Why Is • This Month I Of March
Different
•From All Other Months?

ecause it's the end
of the year.

The Jewish Agency's fiscal year in Israel. When
our cash collection total counts the most.

houses they must have to build new lives in the
Negev. ...

If that total comes up short, programs for the
next budget year — beginning April 1 — could
be cut back.

Disadvantaged teenagers needing guidance and -
direction — waiting to fill hundreds of empty
places in Youth Aliyah residential schools ...

That means people cutoff. People who depend
on us.

The proud and willing elderly, seeking useful,
dignified employment in their final years — wait-
ing for sheltered workshop doors to open to
them ...

.

Pioneers on pre-settlements in Israel's North
— waiting for new families to join them in bring-
ing new life to hillsides finally free of terror ...

Sinai settlers withdrawn for the sake of peace —
waiting for the housing, the roads, the green-

They could be waiting in vain ... unless there
is an outpouring of cash from our campaign.

Now. And all through this month of March.

Please Pay Your Pledge Today to the

1983 Allied Jewish Campaign and Israel - Emergency Fund

And don't forget your commitment to the people of R-amla through
Project Renewal. They're counting on Detroit. -

163 Madison Avenue • Detroit, Michigan 48226 • 965-3939



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