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June 03, 1977 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, June 3, 1977

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At the right price
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a Free Chai to every Religious School
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Jewish National Fund Aided
Development of Jerusalem

JERUSALEM—It would
be difficult to imagine the
development of Jerosalem
without its historic con-
nection with the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. the sole body
responsible for land recl-
amation in Israel. whose
original function centered
'around acquiring land in Is-
rael.
Work id Jerusalem began
with a modest acquisition
of two plots on which the
Bezalel School of Art and
Design was erected in 1907.
In the 1920's. the JNF
bought lots in Rehavia on
which the compound of the
national institutions, the Re-
havia High School and hous-
ing for workers were built.
Land was also bought in
Mekor Haim. Mount Scopus
and in Talpiot.
Land acquisitions at
Ramat Rahel made the es-
tablishment of the kibutz
possible and in East Tal-
piot, on a.hill below where
the UN building ' stands
today. and agricultural
school was set up on JNF
land bought in the 1920 .s. In
each area trees were plan-
ted to grow with the new
buildings and homes.
After the establishment of
the state, larger tracts of
land were acquired at one
time for entire neighbor-
hoods. Throughout the
years, the JNF provided
the land for the public build-
ings.
JNF's green belt encom-
pasSes Jerusalem. The first
forest, begun in the 1950's,
is the Jerusalem Forest
planted in the western part
of the city. The recreation
.center set up in the midst
of the forest has become

WITHOUT Y
WE'RE
NOTHING.

Without people, Glassman Olds would be
just another vacant lot. And we'd be watching
weeds grow instead of a business.
Which is why we try to treat our
customers well. We want you to buy your
cars from us. And we know we have to make
it worth your while. Or else.
People come first at Glassman Olds.
They have to. Or, very simply, there'd be
no Glassman Olds.

WHERE PEOPLE STILL COME FIRST

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tlw location of summer
camps for underprivileged
children.
Beyond the Jerusalem
Forest. to the west. lies a
forest begun in 1964. in
memory of the late John F.
Kennedy, The Kennedy Me-
morial crowning its center.
a symbol of American-Is-
raeli` friendship. has be-
come one of the busiest
"plant a tree with your own
hands - centers in the coun-
try.
Two new forest parks join
the ranks of those surround-
ing Jerusalem: Canada
Park and the American Bi-
centennial Park. Canada
Park is situated outside Je-
riisalem. on the main road
to Tel Aviv. -
The latest JNF project is
the American Bicentennial ,
Park on the southwestern
ridge of the Jerusalem
hills.
Woodlands have been
planted in the new neighbor-
hoods .' of Sanhedria and
Ramot. in north Jerusalem
and at Gilo, in the south.
The trees of the Peace
Forest, in the heart of Je-
rusalem, complete the •
circle of green and sym-
bolize a living memorial to
the fallen soldiers Of the
68th Jerusalem Brigade, re-
servists who fought and lost
their lives during the Yam
Kippur War in 1973.

Katzman to Lead
American WJC

NEW YORK—Jacob Kat-
zman, a noted world Zionist
leader and honorary presi-
dent of the Labor Zionist Al-
liance, has been elected
chairman of the American
Section of the World Jewish
Congress.
Before becoming ,chair-
man of the American Sec-
tion of the World Jewish
Congress, he was chairman
of the executive committee.
Katzman is a member of
. the World ..Zionist Actions
Committee, the secretariat
of the Labor Zionist World
Movement, the governing
board of the World Jewish
Congress, as well as the
governing bodies of the
American Zionist Feder-
ation, AIPAC, and other na-
tional and international Jew-'
ish agencies.
He was the national secre-
tary of the Young Poale
Zion Alliance-Habonim. and
the executive secretary of
the Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion of America-Poale Zion.
was associated with Far-
band from 1935 to 1952 and
returned to it again as asso-
ciate secretary at the begin-
ning of 1961. He was named
national secretary in June
1964 and in December 1971
he was elected executive
vice president and executive
sect etary of the untied LA .())
Zionist Alliance. He retired
from
poit on Jan.
1. 1976. and was designated
honorary president of the
LZA.

Austrian Jewish
-Museum Planned

VIENNA—The Austrian
Jewish Museum, which .in-
corporates a former private
synagogue, will open next
year in the Austrian pro-
vince of Burgenland.
Located in the former Eis-
enstadt ghetto, the museum
will contain the history of
the ghetto. It is designed to
provide a picture of Jewish
culture in Austria in gener-
al.
Contained within the mu-
seum- are pieces from the
estate of the wealthy Wolf
family which led the coun-
try's wine-selling industry
and examples of Jewish
art.

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