The Jewish National Fund announced today plans to create a forest of 500,000 trees in Israel in memory of the slain Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. Herman L. Weismann president, said the forest would be planted in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest area in the Judean mountains south of Jerusalem. B’nai Zion will plant a grove of 1,000 trees in memory of Sen. Kennedy in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest, president Raymond M. Patt announced.
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