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June 12, 1970 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-12

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Trees in Israel
for Father's Das-

Jiff Dinner Program Announced

Between 6- and 700 guests are and the invocation will be de-
A gesture that will ho aipreci-
ated on June 21 • Father", Day. is expected at the Jewish National, livered by Rabbi Irwin Groner
the planting of a tree in Israel on Fund dinner celebration 6:30 p.m.' of Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The
JNF welcome will be given by
behalf of father. June 17 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The affair marks the 50th an- David P. Zack, JNF president.
Or. a tree can be
Guest speaker will be Cleveland
planted in Israel
niversary of the JNF Council of
Metropolitan Detroit and honors. Amory. noted author and social
to perpetuate fa-
critic.
Leonard Simons will make
Philip
Slomovitz.
editor
and
pub-
ther's memory.
lisher of the Jewish News as well the presentation of the forest ded-
According to
ication
to the honoree, and Rabbi
of
as
founder
and
first
president
David P Zack,
president of the
the council. • Mose Lehrman of Cong. Bnai
Moshe
will give the benediction
Irwin I. Cohn, dinner chair-
Jett ish National
,•
man. will be toastmaster at the for the evening. All guests will
Fund. Detroiter.,
celebration. Geraldine Schwartz sign a special book which will be
hat e been using
will sing the national anthem. presented to the honorees.
the planting of
trees in Israel for
of er five decades
Dispute Reported Between Sponsors
to commemorate
special occasions
of Truman Institute and Hebrew U.
and to honor
loved ones.
But the Jewish Telegraphic
JERUSALEM tJTA) — After
aalla
"A growing tree
the festive inauguration of the Agency was unable to obtain
Zack
is a living trih-
any
satisfactory explanation of
ute to every father." said Zack. Harry S. Truman Research Insti-
words "World Peace"
"And when its planted in Israel tate on Mt. Scopus. a dispute why the
dropped from the official
were
in his honor or memory. – he emerged between its American
name
of
the Harry S. Truman
sponsors
and
the
Hebrew
Univer-
added. it provides a link to the
Research Institute.
and of our past and of our sity on whose campus the institute
is
located.
In
New
York
a spokesman for
future
The American group reportedly American Friends of Hebrew Uni-
The Jewish National Fund has
told
the
Jewish Teleara- •
versity
objected to the administrative in-
planted 100.000.000 trees in Is-
tegration of the institute within the phic Agency that there is "no fric-
met. Detroiters account for near-
"discussion in the
but
only
a
tion.

various faculties of the Hebrew
ly 200.000 trees annually. Vital
family" between the American
Unit ersity.
to Israel's economy and security.
and the
of
the
Institute
David Noyes. former secretary sponsors
they form the core of a flourish-
to ex-President Truman has re- Israelis.
ing lumbering industry which
"There are a variety of ap-
accounts for between 23.000 and portedly asked that the institute
he given an international charac- proaches." the spokesman said. "It
20.000 tons of lumber each year.
Trees planted in Israel can he ter. in accordance with Truman's is a new institution and, like every
ordered from the Jewish National wishes and that it should engage institution, is trying to define itself
Fund office by phoning. 399-0520 or actively in research for the ad- and find its way."
The spokesman noted that "Crea-
through .INF chairmen of affiliated vancement of world peace.
Sources here said that Noyes tive minds are trying to seek ways
organizitions Certificate , issued to
tree purchasers are mailed to the planned to divert funds earmarked to make this institution meaningful
individual being honored or to for the institute here for a similar to Israel and humanity. Let's
relatives of persons whose memory institute to be set up in the U.S. hope all roads lead to peace."
Hebrew University President
is to he perpetuated by the plant- Avraharn
Harman said the institute
ing of trees.
The appointment of DAN MOR-
would function as planned within
The JNF office. 22100 Greenfield. the university. but in accordance RIS. former associate executive
Oak Park. will be open June 21. with the objectives set by its trus- director in charge of program for
Mobilization for Youth, as director
from 10 ant to 2 pin. for the tees.
He referred to the cordial letter of program development of the Na-
convenience of those woo wish to of greeting received from Truman tional Jewish Welfae Board, was
pick up a tree certificate on the on the occasion of the Institute's announced by Herbert Millman,
executive vice-president of JWB.
stay :sit their father , .
inauguration.

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL

The forest which will be ded-
icated to Slomovitz and his wife,
Anna, consists of a minimum of
10,000 trees. It is the 47th such
forest in Israel to come into being
as a result of the interest and
generosity of members of the
community.

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