ores of Merchants, Many Volunteers Enrolled
• Israel Trade Fair to Open Here on April 24
100 Detroit merchants followed by a sing-along and Is-
cipate in the Israel Trade raeli dances presented by Ha-
ch will precede Israel's bonim. Dancing and refreshments
once Day celebration and in Shiffman Hall will conclude the
elude with the 23rd an- evening.
In conjunction with the week's
Israel Independence Day
2e May 2.
nsored by the Detroit
'ederation and the Jewish
tv Center, the full week's
i c e - • to commence 8:15
. ' 24 will be marked by
i of events.
scores of Israel-made arti-
be on display and will he
for purchase. Among
1 be boats, clothing, jew-
Dks, tires, furniture, ac-
and food items.
Irge number of volunteers
,:g enrolled from the mem-
ps of Zionist and other
zations affiliated with the
t Zionist Federation. En-
nt of additional volunteers
;ht in view of the vastness
activities, the Jewish Conmmnity
Jewish Center grounds. (See
Council and the Detroit Zionist
Federation, in cooperation with
At 2 p.m. May 2 "Omnibus,"
the Jewish Educators' Council, the children's theater of the Jew-
are planning a family celebra- ish Center, will present the Men-
tion for 11 a.m. May 2 on the orah Players in "Arua and the
ture of the event will be
1 ing and sale of the tradi-
rael snack falafel.
ommunity is invited to
r buy beginning 8:15 p.m.
4 and throughout the
e continuing hours are as
ISRAELI MOVIE OF SIX-DAY
s: 9:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.
WAR TO BE SHOWN DURING TRADE FAIR, APRIL 25
25, 26, 28, and May 2;
.-5 p.m. on April 27
The Israel Trade Fair
losed April 30 and May 1.
ed on opening night April
be the renowned folk
" Hedva and David" in a Carnival gam e s, information jects, carnival-type games of all
Out of entries from 38 tables and a booth devoted to Soviet kinds, Middle East literature
s,. they won for Israel the Jewry are among the activities tables and information on other
Prix of the Tokyo Inter- planned by Jewish organizations items of Jewish communal in-
Music Festival held in taking part in the local celebration
er 1970, and have ap- of Israel's independence May 2 on
The formal portion of the pro-
in capitals throughout the the grounds of the Jewish Center. gram, developed by the Jewish
n kce2ing with the mood
Adult and youth groups, as well Educators Council, will begin at
vening, the concert will be as synagogues and schools, are in- 11 a.m. Sponsorship of the day's
by an Israeli champagne vited by Mrs. Allen Berlin. chair- activities is by the Jewish Com-
man of the planning committee, to munity Council and Detroit Zionist
April 25, the after- set up a table or booth as part of Federation.
s main event will be an the day's activities.
Groups which would like to re-
[i art exhibit and auction.
Among Mrs. Berlin's sugges- serve space for a booth or table
well-known Israeli artists tions are promotion of special
are asked to call the Jewish Com-
be represented in an ex- Israel-related programs or pro-
munity Council, 962-1880.
of graphics, water colors
oils. Shiffman Hall will
at 1 p.m. for those who
to view before the auction
p.m. on the same date,
)rew department will spon-
Youth Zimriya. In the
at 7:30 p.m. the film
I Me" will be shown in
.ron DeRoy Theater. This
.e story of the Six-Day War
ned by the Israel Army and
icted in authentic scenes.
being shown at an early
) enable parents and chil-
!ontinue the celebration of
Independence, the Hebrew
nent of the Jewish Center
resent "An Evening in a
The arts and crafts division of the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
" 8 p.m. April 28. Ushering Emergency Fund recently honored its past chairmen at a fund-rais-
evening will be a service in
ing meeting. They are (from left) seated: Leonard N. Simons, first
Y of those who lost their division chairman in 1942 who served as chairman of the entire
1 the fight for Israel's in- Allied Campaign in 1959; Nathan Balablan and Richard Kux; stand-
ence. Next - in the evening's ing: Samuel Schiff, Harvey Willens and 1971.72 chairman I. William
will be the Center Drama Sherr. Other chairmen not pictured were Alex Scheiber, W. B. Doner,
presentation of "Morid Leon Wayburn, Paul Broder, Arthur Robinson, Irving Goldberg and
.ern," a one - act comedy, William M. Wetsman.
Groups Invited to Take Fart
n Independence Day Ont
8—Friday, April 9, 1971
• Gift Baskets
/78 GREENFIELD RD., OAK PARK
in Groen-8 Shopping Center
Open Evenings and Sundays'
Teachers gather to hear Irving Tukel (left) discuss the growing
pressures on Israel at the annual brunch of the educational services
section of the 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund.
Conferring with Dr. George Barahal (right), chairman of the section,
are Dr. Huldah Fine, member of the executive comittee, and Sydney
H. Bluestone, vice chairman of the professional division of the cam-
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Stubborn Princess," a play adap-
ted from an old Hebrew folk tale.
At 8 p.m., "The Dreamer," Is-
rael's official entry to the Cannes
Film Festival of 1970, will be
shown in the Aaron DeRoy Theater.
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