THE DETROIT JEIVISR NEWS
Friday, October 1, 1971-7
Inscribing one's name or that of
a loved one helps in the redemption of the land.
THE BAR AND BAT MITZVAH BOOKS
AND CHILDREN'S REGISTER
Registries kept in Jerusalem to commemorate important
events in children's lives. The 'coming-of-age'
of a Jewish boy or girl, the birth of a child. Inscriptions
insure children an early link with Israel, while the
funds they represent restore the land.
Throughout it 70 year history, the Fund hal challenged
heritage of desolatiOn.by planting frees andforsists;
by transforming rock-Strewn hills-and barren dunes
• into fields tips for the harvest.
ihmdreds of acres of lend must be-reclaimed before
aging* eMtknient lo begun. 111Mons of frees
must be planbicL Bolds molt be Constructed linking
the settlimei* Then, villages and homes wifi
brighten thecountryskle.lnimigrants will find jobs
in these OojeCts and the land will yield Its fruit for a
glowing people. The land of Israel Is our frontier,
and there Is much work to be done. Come share In
the effects of the Jewish National Fund.
PLANTING TREF-8 100 million beet have been planted
in Israel by the JNF, in regions Which for 2000 years have seen
no shade. These trees,Which beautify the landscape . and
re-vitalize the soil, have a special significance
to many of its planters. ; to Celebrate a birth, an anniversary,
to ho nor a friend to express a growing
love. Contributions can be for a single tree, a garden
of 100 trees, a grove of 1,000 trees, a woodland of
2,500 trees, a forest Of 10,000 trees. Each tree
brings newye and forever links the -. donor's
name to the land of Israel.
There are more than 3 million dunams
of barren land still be afforested in Israel.
THE BLUE BOX Historically the first method for personal
contributions to the work of reclaiming the
land of Israel. The Blue Box has been kept in more
than a million Jewish homes throughout the world.
Both adults and children have grown accustomed
to putting coins in the box everyday.
Give the Blue Box a place of honor in your home.
THE GOLDEN BOOK The Jewish National Fund's chronicle of
lheJewish People. Its preciOus volumes are kept In
Jerusalem and its inscriptions are forever a part of
Jewish history. Great events and personalities
are recordedhext to everyday happenings.
THE FOUNDATION FOR
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
In Jewish tradition, nothing has been so endowed with
immortality as a link with the land of Israel.
The Foundation for the JNF was created to assure a constant
flow of funds for land redemption and soil reclamation in Israel.
Link your name with theland and safeguard Israel's future by
establishing your very own Foundation project through a
bequest by will or assignment of insurance.
Immediatebenefits will be yours and Israel's by joining JNF's
new annuity program. We have been licensed by the
N.Y. State Dept. of Insurance to issue annuities which
guarantee you an income for life. We have devised other
forms of giving which offer you an attractive rate of income
for as long as you live. Important tax advantages are involved.
I wish to share in the joy of working with the Jewish
I National Fund for the renewal of the land of Israel.
I Please send me information about the following:
Projects that Interest Ms:
Woodlands and Forests)
_Preparing a Site for
Ways I Can Participate:
The Golden Book
—The Bar and Bat
Mitzvah Books and
—Gift Annuity Program
.—Bequests in Wills
(JNF as, beneficiary)
70 YFJ11111 OF
I wish - to be enrolled as a volunteer in the JNF
I program for Israel.
Jewish National Fund
22100 Greenfield Rd.
Oak Park, Mich. 48237