Israel's Independence to Be Marked Throughout Community
Ayalons at Center
Kicking off a week-long celebra-
tion of the anniversary of Israel's
independence at the Jewish Center
will be a return engagement of
the Ayalons. a group of Israeli
musical comedians, 8 p.m. Sunday.
In the valley of Ayalon, during
the Israeli War of Liberation of
1948, four boys formed the Aya-
lons. Life magazine photographed
one of their performances in the
middle of the desert while appear-
ing before the Israel army in the
The Ayalons' talents brought
them to the United States,
where they have since per-
formed before the President, at
Radio City Music Mall, major
concert halls and hotels and
clubs. Their knowledge of many
languages and cultures enables
the Ayalons to present a varied
Tickets are on sale at the Jewish
Israeli songs and dances, as well
as an Israeli-style Maccabia for
children, will bring the spirit of
the Jewish State to the May 17
Israel anniversary celebration to
be held this year in Oak Park.
Center. For information, call 341-
Coordinated by the Jewish Com- 4200, ext. 292.
munity Council with cooperating
" He Walked Through the
student groups, the 22nd annual Fields,"
starring Assi Dayan, will
observance will feature, for the be featured 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
first time, a parade and picnic, as in Aaron DeRoy Theater.
well as a program.
The film, with an all-Israeli cast,
The parade begins at 12:30 from
the auxiliary parking lot of Cong. -will be presented in English.
He Walked Through the
Bnai Moshe, 10 Mile Rd. and
Fields, adapted from Moshe Sha-
Church St., and proceeds down
Church to the Oak Park Municipal m
mfr's novel and successful stage
play, describes kibutz life and the
Park, where the program and pie- young generation. It is a love
nic will be held.
story typical of new Israel.
In conjunction with Israel's 22nd
anniversary, the Men's Club of
Cong. Beth Hillel will present the
General Motors Chorus 9 p.m.
The 100-voice chorus, under
the direction of Frank Murch,
will present a program of Is-
raeli, Jewish and general songs
and music. The chairmen of the
evening are Rabbi Joel Litke
and Dr. Jack Stattmann. Her-
man Doiny is president of the
Mayor Joseph Forbes will bring
the greetings of the city of Oak
A special pray-
er for peace will
be delivered at
the program by
Rabbi If ayim
Donin of Cong.
ment will be pro-
vided by, among
others, Ruthi Gill
and Arella Bar-
ley, Israeli folk Rabbi Donin
singers; and the Israeli Ensemble.
an instrumental trio. Cantor Reu-
ven Frankel will lead in the sing-
ing of the national anthems, and
the Jewish War Veterans and
youth organizations will present
There will be continuous enter-
tainment throughout the afternoon,
including dancing by the Young
Yom Hazikaron, will precede
the Minha service. Maariv will
include the Day of Independence
prayers decreed by the chief
rabbinate of Israel.
The festive seudah will follow
in the social hall. For reservations,
call the synagogue, 398-1177, Mrs.
Sol hiandelbaum, 542-7736, or Airs.
Harry Portnoy, 546-1110.
car or marchers is asked to call
the Jewish Community Council,
The Israel Student Organization.
Hillel Foundation and Students for
Israel will bring Israel's Indepen-
dence Day to the campus of Wayne
State University with an all-day
workshop hionday in the Univer-
sity Center Hillel offices.
To be presented every hour
on the half hour, the workshops
will be preceded by a brief ori-
entation period, and there will
be a continuous showing of
of movies from 9:30 a.m. to
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Young Adult Group
The Jewish Center's Young
Adult Group continues to hold
every Wednesday from
8:30 to 11 p.m. Brunches, softball
games, cultural events, and picnics
are scheduled for the coming
months. For information, contact
the Center's group services divi-
sion, DI 1-4200.
Before Passover, the group con-
tributed to Mo'os Hitim, which
provides needy Jews in Detroit
with the essentials for Passover.
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According to general co-chair-
men hiorris Lieberman and Dan
Tsabar, who also is chairman of
the Israeli Student Organization at
Wayne State University, repre-
sentatives from all segments of
the community have indicated
their intention to participate in the
parade. Any group that wishes to
reserve a place for a decorated
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Dancers Guild of the Jewish
picnic lunches to the park, where
a n d
there will be
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A reception will follow. The 8—Friday, May 8, 1970
community is invited at no
Workshop topics will include
"Studies in Israel," "The Kibutz."
"Touring Israel" and "Sherut
The three campus groups also
Ticket are on sale at the Jewish will participate in the Israel Inde-
pendence Day parade.
Featured speaker will be Ehud
Lador, consul for cultural affairs
in the Midwest. Lador, who emi-
grated to Israel from Germany
in 1938, helped found Kibutz Religious Zionist Event
The Young Israel synagogues of
3latzuba and has been a mem-
ber since. He was both secre- Oak-Woods, Greenfield and North-
west, together with the Religious
tary-general of his own settle-
ment as well as executive Zionists of Detroit (Mizrachi-Ha-
director of all settlements in peel Hamizrachi), will hold spe-
cial services and seudah Sunday
the Western Galilee.
Before statehood, Lador was in commemoration of Israel's 22nd
Jewish Agency representative in anniversary.
Worship will begin at 7 p.m.
Australia and New Zealand and
at Young Israel of Oak-Woods
from to 1958 to 1961 was chief
Rabbis James I. Gordon,
emissary of the Israel Kibutz
Samuel H. Prero and Joshua
Movement in the United States. He
joined the ministry of foreign
for the Day of Remembrance,
affairs in 1967.
man and Marion M. Klingman,
supervisor of Women's Health
The Women's Health Club of the Club. Friends are invited. Chair-
Jewish Center is holding a dessert men of the affair are Mrs. Louis
luncheon party 11:30 a.m. Monday Weiner and Mrs. Morton Lesser.
in Shiffman Hall in honor of Israel
Independence Day. Included in the
program will be a movie and en-
Participants in the program will ( ._
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be Ada Bandalene, Paula Kramer
and Reva Usher, dancers. Others
involved in the program are Sylvia
Zukin director of the Women's
Health Club, Mrs. Morris Fried-
Chorus at Beth Hillel Health Club Party
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