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April 16, 1971 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-16

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Plans Formulated for Israel Atzmaut
celebraticons. Beginning With Tiade Fair

Philadelphia Federation
to. Learn Needs of Aged

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Dridcry, April 16, 1971

VOTE

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — A

planning council to determine the
needs of the Jewish aged in Phila-
delphia and to develop and co-
ordinate services to meet those
needs has been announced by the
Federation of Jewish Agencies.

SHAYNE

Commencing with the Israel I will be on display and for sale Cannes Film Festival, will be
shown 8 p.m. May 2. The poetic
OAK PARK MAYOR
Trade Fair which is to start on during the Trade Fair.
Events that will emphasize Is- love story was produced entirely
MONDAY
Saturday night, April 24, at the
Jewish Center, a week's celebra- rael's role on its 23rd anniversary on location in Safad.
Lions are planned to mark Israel's are being co-sponsored by the
23rd anniversary—Yom Atzmaut. Zionist Federation and the Jew-
ish Center together with the Zion-
Functioned and sponsored by the ist Youth Federation, the Jewish
t.MAX/2/L,
Detroit Zionist Federation in co- Community Council and affiliated
operation with the Jewish Com-
jaCAl C(4 4,4A.
munity Center, the event will mark organizations.
CAPZUKtAe!
Among the many features plan-
the introduction of scores of Is-
raeli-manufactured articles which ned will be an Israel fashion show,
2 p.m. Sunday, April 25, being ar-
..
ranged by Rita and Harold Gold-
stone of Sherri's.
To celebrate the anniversary of
Israel's_ independence, the Hebrew
011
classes of the Jewish Center will
TOZ PURE BEEF
present, •in cooperation with the
Israeli Student Organization, "An
Kashruth Supervision by
Evening in a Kibutz" 8 p.m. April
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
28. Services in memory of those
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
who lost their lives in Israel's
and two steady Mashgichim
fight for independence will be
held.
U. S. Gov't. Inspected
Following readings and opening
HEDVA AND' DAVID
remarks, the celebration will be
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WIII—NO KOSHER
marked by the Hebrew drama
BOLOGNA
the
Israeli
folk-
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On April 24,
group's presentation of the one-
singing duet, Hedva and David, JULIUS POLLAK, 14558 Wyoming, Detroit Tel: 931-0300
act comedy, "Morid HegeShem."
will appear at 8:30 p.m. The cou-
A singalong and Israeli dancing ple, who met during military serv-
will be presented by Habonim. ice, began as traveling singers
Dancing and refreshments will con- of the Israeli entertainment rtzNaupe
For 'the
chide the _evening, _—
during the Six-Day War.
Most Eelegant
The real story of the Six-Day
Their RCA recordings have been
Bar Mitzva
War, "Follow Me," a film made released in the U. S., Canada, Is-
Suits in Town
by the Israeli Army, will be shown rael, Europe and South America.
"Arua and the Stubborn Prin- 7:30 p.m. April 25 at the Center.
with the
Out of entries from 38 countries,
cess" will be presented by the
Finest Fit
Thirty-seven
combat,
photograph-
Hedva
and
David
won
for
Israel
Omnibus Children's Theater
Slims and Huskies
44
ers made the film under battle. the Grand Prix in Expo's Tokyo
Series 2 p.m. May 2 at the Jew-
Too!
ish Center. Based on an Israeli conditions. The sea war, the war International Popular Music Fes-
PLUS all the latest
folk tale, this play has been in the desert, Suez, Egypt, the ti'Val in November 1970.
Fashions for men
adapted by Martha V. Keller of battle for Jerusalem and the epic
-An Israeli, champagne and wine-
6 to 60.
Birmingham and directed by breakthrough up the Golan Heights tasting party will follow the per-
IRV
are all shown as they happened.
SOL
Irene Malin, Jewish Center
formance.
drama coordinator. The play "Foilow Me" also includes Egyp-
The Center will present an all-
concerns the adventures of tian and Jordanian footage, show-
ing how the Arabs prepared for Israeli art eXhibit,anctauction 2:30
young Aura, who determines to
p.m. April 25. The dii6is will open
win the hand of the beautiful war.
Another film, "The Dreamer," at 1,- aff6rding an opportunity to
Princess Natella. Tickets are on
sale at the Jewish Center, 341- Israel's official entry to the 1970 I browse before the auction- begins:

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The community-wide celebration
of Israel's anniversary of inde-
pendence will be observed May 2,
with the participation of Jewish
organizations of every description,
both youth and adult.
Under the sponsorship of the
Jewish Community Council and the
Detroit Zionist Federation, the
celebration will include singing and

Bahai Faith Accorded
Recognized Status by
Israeli Government

Israel has conferred
recognition status on the Bahai
community, whose World Center
and Universal House of Justice
are located here under the re-
nowned gold dome.
The government's step will allow
the Bahai community to set up its
own religious courts—just as the
Druze and Anglicans are allowed
to do
John T. Wade, secretary-general
of the Bahai World Center, said
the movement was gratified by
the government's decision.
"This is an acknowledgement of
an existing situation, of the very
happy relations between the faith
and the authorities, dating back
from 1868, when Abbas Effendi,
son of the faith's founder, the
Bahaullah, settled in this country."
Wade said,
There are an estimated 3,000,000
adherents to the Bahai faith
throughout the world.

HAIFA



dancing in both the 11 a.m. formal
portion of the program,---developed
by the Jewish Educators Council
—and in the informal aftermath
outdoors.
Tables and booths promoting
special Israel-related programs are
to be erected in front of both en-
trances to the Center.
The traditional family celebra-
tion•will include many other ac-
tivities, to which the entire com-
munity is invited.

Nazi to Serve 12 Years
for Murder of Jews

BONN (JTA) — Fritz Woehrn,
65, a former captain in the Nazi
SS, was sentenced in West Berlin
to 12 years' imprisonment for the
murder of several thousand Jews
in Auschwitz.
The prosecution's case had in-
cluded the charge that Woehrn
bad incarcerated in Auschwitz the
secretary of a Jewish hospital in
Berlin when he found she was not
wearing a yellow Star of David.
Woehrn was being retried on new
evidence after a previous acquit-
tal •
Dr. Bruno Berger, who assisted
SS chieftain Heinrich Himmler,
was sentenced in Frankfurt to
three years imprisonment, Wolf
Dieter-Wolff, an SS aide charged
with complicity in the murder of
86 Jews, was released when the
Frankfurt court ruled the accu-
sations had been made too late.

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