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September 27, 1991 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-27

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90th Anniversary

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Jerusalem (JTA) — On
Sept. 5, Jewish National
Fund leaders from Israel and
abroad assembled at the
presidential residence in
Jerusalem for a ceremony
launching a month's long
celebration of the organiza-
tion's 90th anniversary.
The date marks another,
related anniversary: the
50th yahrtzeit of Menachem
Ussishkin, the Russian
Zionist leader who headed
the JNF for 20 years,
through its most creative
and fateful period of land-
purchasing and on-the-
ground support for Jewish
agriculture in pre-state
Palestine.
The 90th-year celebrations
come at a time of un-
precedented expansion.
In the early years of the
state, JNF had to furnish
employment in forestry and
land reclamation for tens of
thousands of new immi-
grants. Today, to help meet
the need for employment
among the current wave of
new immigrants, JNF is
once more hiring olim
wherever vacancies arise.
But the thrust of JNF's
contribution to the absorp-
tion effort is in preparing the
infrastructure for huge new
housing projects at sites all
around the country.
"We shall have prepared
the grounds for literally tens
of thousands of homes this
year alone," said Mr. Rivlin,
long-time JNF chairman.
"We are working on a scale
which we ourselves have
never experienced before."
Mr. Rivlin stressed that
the basic philosophy of JNF,
instilled into it 90 years ago,
is now being vindicated.
"The idea that the land
belongs to the Jewish people
has enabled us to address
the challenge of absorption,"
he said.
It has meant, for instance,
that the Israel Lands Au-
thority, in which the
government and the JNF
work jointly on land policy,
could resolve to waive
ground-rent for immigrant
housing projects, in order
ultimately to reduce the
prices of homes made
available to the olim.
And the fact that the
organization representing
the ideal of national land
ownership is actually carry-
ing out the earthwork at the
new building sites has af-
fected olim and veterans
alike, as well as JNF ac-
tivists overseas, according to
Mr. Rivlin.

"We feel that young Jews
in many countries have a
direct and tangible apprecia-
tion of what we're doing," he
said.
For its 90th birthday, Mr.
Rivlin announced, JNF has
"given itself a birthday
present" — a countrywide
master plan for forest areas,
which is expected to be
enacted into law in the mon-
ths ahead.
This plan will demarcate
those areas of the country to
be designated and protected
as the nation's "lungs," Mr.
Rivlin said.
"The really gratifying
thing," he said, "is the way
that mayors and local au-
thority leaders actually ask
us to come into their com-
munities, earmark areas
and plant forests and recrea-
tional parks — even though
they know from the outset
that the upkeep of these
areas will eventually fall on
their shoulders. There is a
real demand for these areas;
people are aware of what
forests can provide for their
quality of life."
In something of a
backhanded victory over the
intifada arsonists, JNF has
noted a marked rise in this
awareness since thousands
of trees suffered wanton
destruction in 1988-89 at the
hands of nationalistically
motivated vandals.
Cooperative fire-
prevention and fire-fighting
programs involving JNF,
the Israel Defense Force and
local authorities have
substantially reduced the
arson assault.
Israel has more than a
quarter of a million acres of
forest land, two-thirds
planted by the JNF over the
years, the remaining third
natural growth.
Over half of the forested
land is in the arid Negev, an
achievement that is studied
by forestry agencies in other
countries.
"Forests have become not
just part of the scenery, but
part of the culture of the
country," Mr. Rivlin observ-
ed.
For most Israelis today,
the forests spread over the
land are places for picnics
and holidays. Many people
choose a shaded glade in the
countryside to hold family
get-togethers.
"Why not?" asks Mr.
Rivlin, "as long as they
clean up afterwards. What
we want is to serve the
public's need for outdoor
relaxation."

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