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August 21, 1981 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-21

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28 Friday, August 21, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Responds to ApPeal to Replant Burned-Out Forests

The Detroit area Jewish
National Fund under the
leadership of Ruben H.
Isaacs, president of the
Greater Detroit JNF Coun-
cil; the Women of JNF,
headed by Shirley Kraft;
and the Young Women of
JNF, headed by Donna
Sklar, is responding to
JNF's appeal and are com-
mitting themselves as their
contribution, to raise the
$500,000 requested towards
the restoration and replant-
ing of areas in northern Is-
rael devastated in recent

weeks by PLO rocket at-
tacks.
Almost 200,000 trees in
Israel's northern frontier
forests, many of which were
fruit-bearing, have been de-
stroyed in forest fires result-
ing from intense PLO
Katyusha rocket attacks.
The fire-fighting efforts of
the JNF, the agency respon-
sible for afforestation in Is-
rael, was severly hampered
by the rugged mountainous
terrains.
In 1970, when a school
bus was bombed and many

YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-WOODS

IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT
WE WILL BEGIN TAKING
RESERVATIONS FOR

ROSH HASHANA and
YOM KIPPUR

on Sunday, August 23

Office Open :6:30-8:30 p.m. Daily
10:00 a.m.-Noon Sundays

24061 Coolidge, Oak Park
398-1177

Responding to the recent Jewish National Fund
appeal to raise funds to plant trees to replace those
destroyed in the PLO bomb attacks, are, from left:
Phyllis Applebaum, Joan Shapiro, Donna Sklar,
Ruben Isaacs, Shirley Kraft, Fannie Rosenblatt and
Reba Bloom.

children were killed, the
Detroit Women of JNF
planted a forest in their
memory, in the area.
Both of the Detroit JNF
women's groups had also
established a forest and
recreation center in
Kiryat Shmona, the town
which came under heavy
attack in the recent
bombings. Here too, the
Detroit groups are com-
mitting themselves to
help replant and restore
the area.
Much•of what was planted
and cared for by settlers in
the area was ravaged by the

Weakness on both sides,
is, as we know, the trait of
all quarrels.
—Voltaire

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Reservations will be
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Any family interested in
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Shapiro cover just about
every type of problem
that can be resolved in
small claims courts: from
disputes with dry clean-
ers, parking garages and
caterers to inconsiderate
neighbors, bad food and
landlords.
Each chapter starts with
an actual court case in
which a victim won his own
case. Striker and Shapiro
then tell the reader how to
use the legal principles from
that case to win his or her
own similar case. Finally,
they give inside tips on
what to look out for from the
other side.

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NEW YORK —. Small
claims courts in every state
are becoming increasingly
crowded as more and more
people take the law into
their own hands. John M.
Striker and Andrew 0.
Shapiro, two experienced
attorneys, have written
"How You Can Sue Without
Hiring a Lawyer: A Guide to
Winning in Small Claims
Court" (Simon and Schus-
ter), a unique book which
uses actual court cases to
demonstrate exactly how
anyone, anywhere, can use
small claims courts.
Some of the cases are
funny, some outrageous,
some sad; but all are in-
structive and entertaining
as they teach the average
person to become his own
lawyer.
In 35 self-contained
chapters, Striker and

flames. Extensive wood-
lands and 30 Israeli settle-
ments from Nahariya on the
Mediterranean to Metualla
at the northernmost tip of Uanadians Cited
TORONTO (JTA) — At
Israel were shelled and
damaged, according -to least two Jewish Canadians
Tuvia Ashbel, chief JNF are among those receiving
forester of the northern the Order of Canada as an-
nounced in the recent list by
region.
More than 700,000 Governor General Edward
dunams (175,000 acres) Schreyer.
Martin Goodman, 46,
have been consumed — and
restoration must begin im- journalist and president of
the Toronto Star, Canada's
mediately.
- For information, call the _largest daily newspaper,
was named a member of the
JNF office, 557-6644.
order. Sydney Newman, 62,
film maker, was named an _
Reservations
officer of the order.

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