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August 14, 1981 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Issues Urgent Appeal to Restore
Trees Destroyed by PLO Bomb Attacks

An intensive campaign is
being organized in the De-
troit region, by Jewish Na-
tional Fund, by Women of
JNF and by Young Women
of JNF, to raise funds im-
mediately to restore wooded
'areas destroyed by ravaging
fires caused by the recent
PLO bombings.
In response to the
urgency of the appeal made
by Keren Keyemeth LeIs-
rael — Jewish National
Fund — via its World
Chairman Moishe Rivlin,
e Greater Detroit area
groups have under-
en to raise funds neces-
sary to immediately begin
to restore and replant some
of the over 200 acres which
includes forests, woodlands,
groves, etc., several of
which bear the names of

1.

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for your party

By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

local Detroit people.
The fires are now raging
at several points in the for-
ests in northern Galilee and
the Galilee panhandle. JNF
foresters' reports from the
area estimate that more
than 100,000 trees have
been destroyed recently.
Salvos of Katyusha
rockets were fired by the
PLO, and the JNF work-
ers in the north are work-
ing day and night with
the assistance of fire-
fighting forces and fire-
extinguishing planes to
detect the fires and put
them out.
"Their efforts, according
to Rivlin, "are meeting with
acute difficulty due to the
mountain slopes which
block vehicles seeking ac-
cess to the fires, and use of
fire-extinguishing planes is
proving to be the sole
method by which the fires
can be put out — and this is
costing enormous sums of
money."
Detroiters were responsi-
ble for establishing a large
part of the afforestation in
the area. In 1970, Detroit
Women of JNF planted a
forest there in memory of
the children killed when a
school bus was bombed.
Also, it is through their ef-
forts that several recreation
centers were built there.
JNF in Detroit is pledg-

ing to replant and restore a
great part of the area, in-
cluding Kiryat Shmona.
Ruben H. Isaacs is president
of the Greater Detroit JNF
Council.

A new service for senior
citizens and their families
will begin shortly at the
Southfield Senior Adult
Center, located in the
McDonnell Towers. Senior
adults (those age 50 and
older), who are able to pro-
vide for themselves during
the day time hours, but re-
quire more closely super-
vised care during the day,
may qualify for participa-
tion.
Staffed by nurses, social
workers and an activitly
coordinator, this program
offers senior citizens the
opportunity to remain inde-
pendent, and at the same
time, receive the necessary
supportive services. Addi-
tionally, participants'
health needs will be moni-
tored, and a structured so-
cial and recreational pro-
gram will be available.

Miss Weingarten
Is Engaged

would like to

THANK

all her
friends and relatives for their
good wishes, contributions and gifts
during her recent illness.

ESTHER & MARTY

Love Leonard, Carol, Myron, Diane
Ilene,
Grandchildren Robert, Brian
Danny, Matthew & Sara

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tember wedding in Atlanta,
Ga., is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford J.
Rope of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Francine
Rose Rope, to Gary
Hacker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Hacker of
Lauderhill, Fla. A De-
cember wedding is planned.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kras-
man of Southfield announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Jamie Michelle
*
Krasman, to Joseph Cane
Mrs. Jackie Ross of Marcus, son of Mr. and
Greenville, N.C., an- Mrs. Eliot Marcus, also of
nounces the engagement of Southfield. No wedding
her daughter, Shelley Mar- date has been set.
lene Ross, to Dr. David L.
People who snore always
Cohen, former Detroiter of
Gainesville, Ga., son of Mrs. fall asleep first.
Vicki Cohen of Southfield
Cantor SAMUEL
and the late Mr. Harold Co-
hen. Miss Ross, daughter of
GREENBAUM
the late Mr. Ira Ross, was
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University, where she ma-
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547-7970
399-7194

Prior to individual par-
ticipation in the program,
an assessment will be made
to determine eligibility, and
to develop specialized ac-
tivities, geared to personal
needs.
Included in the daily
fee will be a hot noon
meal and snacks served
each morning and after-
noon. A dentist, podiat-
rist and nurse clinician,
trained to diagnose med-
ical problems, and
prescribe appropriate
medications, will all be
available to clients of the
day care program. Legal
aid, as well as assistance
with Social Security con-
cerns, also will be avail-
able.
The Senior Adult Center
is equipped with a whirlpool
and exercise room and
Aug. 3 — To Dr. and Mrs.
showers for those needing Jeffrey Jaffe (Laura Pen-
assistance bathing. For ner) of Farmington Hills, a
those accustomed to taking son, Bradley Louis.
a nap during the day, beds
* * *
will be provided. Plans also
July 25 — To Mr. and
include the availability of a
Mrs. David Leichman-Gold
daytime living room for (former Detroiter Marilyn
clients use.
Gold) of Israel, a daughter,
Initially, the center will Eliora Shlomit.
be open twice weekly. How-
* * *
ever, if demand dictates,
July 24 — To Mr. and
this schedule could be ex-,
panded in the future. For Mrs. Jack Kaufman
application and informa- (Rosann Cohen) of Hun-
tion, call Judy Samson, tington Woods, a son, Ari
Louis.
354-9362.

,

Seniors to Show
Craft Talents

The Oak Park Senior
Citizen Center will have a
crafts bazaar and bake sale
9 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday and
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 21 in the
Oak Park Community Cen-
ter.
Besides craft items and
baked goods, the bazaar will
feature plants, games,
prizes and "white elephant"
items.
Senior citizens who would
like to donate items for the
bazaar should call the
senior center, 541-0900.

MOHEL

Births

* * *

Senior Men's
Club to Gather

MISS WEINGARTEN
Mr. and Mrs. David
Weingarten of Novi an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Resa Karen,
to Philip Lloyd Dines, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dines of
Southfield.
Miss Weingarten was
graduated from Eastern
Michigan University,
where she earned a
Bachelor of Science degree
in special education. Her
fiance also earned a BS de-
gree at EMU.
A November wedding is
planned.

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Morton
Trotsky of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Lauren
Michelle Trotsky, to An-
drew Charles Blitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blitz of
Oak Park. Miss Trotsky is
pursuing studies towards a
degree in operations re-
search information systems
at Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity. Her fiance is pursu-
ing studies towards a degree
in graphic design at Eastern
Michigan University. A
June wedding is planned.

* * *

Happy 50th Anniversary

OS t

Shirley Kraft is president
of Women of JNF; and
Donna Sklar is president of
the Young Women of JNF.
For more information, call
the JNF, 557-6644.

Southfield Senior Center
Initiates Day Care Program

ROSE SPRINGER

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS

I

The Senior Men's Club of
Southfield will meet 1:15
p.m. Wednesday at the
Senior Adult Center, 24400
Civic Center Dr.
After a brief business
meeting, Oakland County
Prosecutor L. Brooks Pat-
terson will speak on "Capi-
tal Punishment and Prison
Reform." All seniors in
Southfield are invited.
There is no charge.

51

Friday, August 14, 1981

July 17 — To Mr. and
Mrs. David Ungar (Leah
Herman), former Detroiters
of University Heights,
Ohio, a song Daniel Mor-
dechai.

* * *

July 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Sikora (Jackie Sil-
verman) of Southfield, a
son, Joshua Adam.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Lee (Ilene Landes) of Far-
mington Hills, an adopted
son, Daniel Scott.

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