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August 28, 1981 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, August 28, 1981

Detroit JNF Pledges $500,000 for Urgent Israel Appeal

planting can be done, the Women, $100,000.
stumps and roots of the
Other organizations in
charred trees must be re- the area affiliated with the
moved to prevent the spread JNF or those concerned
of tree diseases and an in- with land reclamation work
sect invasion.
of the JNF in Israel are also
Detroit Women of JNF planning fund-raising
are pledging to raise drives for this cause.
$250,000 and the Young
For details, call the local
JNF office, 557-6644.

Much of the export ap-
ricot and apple crop has
been destroyed. In addition,
1,500 tons of industrial
wood to be sold to paper
mills was lost.
According to the chief
JNF forrester of the north-
ern region, before any re-

Detroit's Jewish National
Fund affiliate, its women's
organization and its young
women are committing
themselves to raise the
$500,000 to help restore and
replant forests burned out
by the recent PLO bomb at-
tacks.

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JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE

P.O. Box 2435
Southfield, MI 48034
357-5449

The Jewish Defense League would like to extend its heart-felt thanks to the following for
their support during their Hebron Rally:
Zionist Organization of America — for the use of their grounds and for the kind
words of support and encouragement.
The Jewish News — for the press release announcing the upcoming Hebron
Rally.
The Jewish Community — for their interest and concern in making this rally a
meaningful occasion.
The Southfield Police Department — for their cooperation in making the Hebron
Rally a peaceful and happy event.
To the Speakers — who gave their time so that this rally could be informative and
educational.

Dovid Ben Lazer, President

THE JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE
Michigan Chapter

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Women's groups in sev-
eral communities, includ-
ing Detroit's, paid honor to
the memory of Sally (Mrs.
Harry) Meisner in tribute to
her many services.
According to her hus-
band, Harry, Mrs. Meisner
came from a pioneer Detroit
Jewish family. Among her
relatives she counted the
Sarasons and the Schetzers,
who were among the found-
ers of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
During World War II,
while her husband served in
the U.S. Navy on the west
coast, Mrs. Meisner became
actively involved in the
Hadassah region there and
was elected an officer of the
organization.
Mrs. Meisner was given
the honor of performing
the "wet splash" on one
of the Navy's vessels.
She was honored with her
husband at the opening of
the St. Lawrence Seaway at
Montreal. Her husband was
for many years chairman of
the Detroit-Wayne County
Port Authority Commis-
sion.

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MISS LAFER

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Lafer of Detroit announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Vicki Gail, to
John Ira Grossbart, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Grossbart of Oak Park.
Miss Lafer and her fiance

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A fall wedding is planned.

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Montreal, Canada, but
when the colonial troops
entered his city, he gave
them financial support.
When the Americans with-
drew, he enlisted and left
with them. Franks fought
with this regiment until
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aide-de-camp to Gen.
George Washington and
rose to the rank of
Lieutenant-Colonel in
1794.

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Old Orchard, West Bloomfield

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