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Fisher-pincus Statement Stresses Need to Help Emigration to Israel

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Max Fisher of Detroit, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, left Israel today for Geneva after four days of conferences with Premier Levi Eshkol and other Government leaders. He conferred also with Foreign Minister Abba Eban and Aryeh Pincus, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive.

Mr. Fisher and Mr. Pincus issued a joint statement stressing that 400, 000 Jews, outside the Soviet Union, still need rescue. Mr. Fisher will attend the conference on Jewish education in Geneva.

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