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February 06, 1987 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-06

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political general. But he has
not refrained from criticizing
fellow officers, including
superiors, when he thought it
was warranted. His most re-
cent assignment was as head
of the newly founded Ground
Forces Command which he
helped establish.

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Trees Grow
In The Desert

Jerusalem (JTA) — Trees
are growing in the Negev des-
ert in areas where they have
never grown before, thanks to
the efforts of Hebrew Univer-
sity Prof. Aharon Yair.
Yair has developed a method
of "water harvesting" that
allows trees to be grown in
areas where they are only four
inches of rain a year.
Water harvesting is not new.
It was used extensively by the
ancient Nabatean people who
farmed the Negev 2,000 years
ago. They planted their crops
in the small areas of soil at the
foot of hills using runoff water
that they directed through
channels from the rocky hill
tops.
Yair and his colleagues at
the Hebrew University and at
the Blaustein Institute of Des-
ert Research at the Ben-
Gurion University in the
Negev found that more water
is in fact caught in the middle
of slopes, in a "fertile belt,"
where most of the runoff water
from the rocks at the top of the
ridge is absorbed and held at
depth without evaporating.
The water collected in this
belt is equivalent to some ten
to 12 inches of rainfall, and
would suffice to grow trees in
areas with only four inches of
rain a year.

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JNF Assembly
In Israel

New York — The Jewish Na-
tional Fund, currently celeb-
rating its 85th anniversary as
Israel's sole afforestation and
land-reclamation agency, will
hold its Third National As-
sembly in Israel from Feb. 8. -
18, in honor of the centennial of
David Ben-Gurion, first prime
minister of Israel.
The assembly will allow JNF
supporters to survey JNF's his-
toric accomplishments, as well
as attend receptions featuring
high-ranking Israeli and
American leaders, including
Israel's Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir, Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres, President
Chaim Herzog, U.S. Ambas-
sador to Israel Thomas Picker-
ing, several members of Is-
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ALEXIS MONIQUE ZIMBERG

This is to certify that there has been delivered from Sinai Hospital, (hereinafter called the "Depository"), the Tender loving child, (hereinafter
called the "Munchkin"), expressed to be fully paid and non-assessable, or existence of rights to receive such issue, and that:

STEVEN MICHAEL ZIMBERG AND DEBRA POLLAK ZIMBERG
AS JOINT TENANTS WITH RIGHTS OF SURVIVORSHIP

Upon full payment of all bills and expenses, not limited to just medical, nor hospital, nor to just gynecologists and pediatricians, and with
the complete and total understanding to take care and provide for said Munchkin, which will not be limited to any one of the following,
but rather ALL of the following: Changing diapers, feeding, bathing, clothing, walking, burping, educating, and finally, supporting (and
this does not just mean the neck!) rather FINANCIALLY, in the manner soon hereafter referred to as "Pampering the Princess", INCLUDING:
providing a home filled with love, kindness, respect, LOTS OF TOYS, and more love, because what ever love you give to this special munch-
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ISSUE DATE: JANUARY 30, 1987
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Proud Grandparents:
Madge Pollak, Donald Zimberg, Shirley Zimberg

Proud Great Grandparents:
Bertha Mishcovsky, Ida Zimberg

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