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May 12, 1978 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-12

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20 Friday, May 12, 1918

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THE DETROIT JEWISH JEWS

Israel's 30th Anniversary Marked by World-Wide Celebrations

JERUSALEM (JTA — over Jerusalem Wednesday
night as Memorial Day
Fireworks lit up the skies
ended and festivities began
in celebration of the 30th
WHEN YOU DONK OF
anniversary of Israel's in-
dependence. The transition
FINE
from solemnity to the joyous
mood of "Yom Ha'Atzmaut"
was
marked at sundown by
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the kindling of a torch on
Mt. Herzl by Knesset
Speaker Yitzhak Shamir.
CUSTOM JEWELERS
In rapid succession, 12
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other torches were lighted
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by the children and
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grandchildren of Israeli
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fighters since the days of the
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pioneer Hashomer. The
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torches symbolized the 12

Tribes of Israel—As the
flames soared into the air, a
switch was thrown il-
luminating a giant
"shalom" sign on the hill-
side overlooking the capital.
Israelis, by tradition, pre-
cede Independence Day
celebrations with a Day of
Remembrance for the war
dead. Thousands of be-
reaved families assembled
at military cemeteries and
in various arenas and au-
ditoriums around the coun-
try for memorial services.
President Ephraim
Katzir attended services
in Jerusalem. Premier
Menahem Begin went to
Safed to honor under-
ground fighters executed
by the British mandatory
authorities in the pre-
state years. Memorial
parades and ceremonies
were held at all military
bases. The day was ob-
served even in Cairo
where a small Israeli
Military mission has been
stationed since talks with
the Egyptians were
broken off in January.
A memorial service was
held in Ravenna, Italy, at
the graves of 33 soldiers of
the Jewish Brigade who
died there during World
War II.
Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman addressed the
families of war dead at the
Haifa Memorial Garden. He
said that after 30 years of
war and fighting, Israel has

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The 58th annual meeting
of the United Hebrew
Schools will take place 8
p.m. June 7 in the LaMed
Auditorium of the United
Hebrew Schools, it was an-
nounced by Rose Kaye,
president. The annual re-
port of the president and the
superintendent on the
status of the schools will be
delivered and the members
of the board of directors and
the officers for the coming
year will be elected.
The nominations commit-
tee, under the chairman-
ship of Jerome Acker, has
nominated the following:
Rose Kay, president; Mar-
vin R. Hoffman and Marvin
Novick, vice presidents; Dr.
Barbara Goodman, secre-
tary; Daniel M. Clark, trea-
surer; and Dr. Paul C. Fein-
berg, assistant treasurer.
Refreshments will follow.
The public is invited.

The trouble with people
who talk too fast is that they
often say something they
haven't thought of yet.

strates their unswerving
committment to liberty.
The continued existence of
Israel, secure within its
borders, will be a fulfill-
ment of the visions of 1948."
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was "It's Great to be 30
After 4,000 Years."
Special programs and
rallies were held in Wash-
ington D.C., Philadelphia
and other U.S. cities.
There was a special
ceremony in Bolivia and
2,000 people attended a
Buenos Aires meeting
commemorating the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
and Israel's 30th an-
niversary.
More than 120,000 per-
sons attended a weekend
rally in Paris, including
Health Minister Simone
Veil.
The Michigan Legisla-
ture adopted a tribute to Is-
rael sponsored by House
Speaker Bobby Crim (D-
Davison) and Rep. Joseph
Forbes (D-Oak Park).
Congressman David
Bonior, who represents the
Michigan district which in-
cludes Mt. Clemens and
Port Huron, issued a state-
ment which said in part:
"Israel has achieved
much since her birth in
1948. She stands as a living
example of human rights.
The perseverence of the Is-
raeli people at maintaining
their independence demon-

More than 200,000 people
marched down Fifth Ave. in
New York on Sunday in the
annual Salute to Israel
Parade. Thousands also
attended a 2 p.m. to dusk
festival in Central Park
which featured continuous
entertainment on four
stages. The program theme

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reached a point where peace
is possible. But to achieve it
Israel must be strong, he de-
clared.
About 300 Independence
Day festivities were held
throughout the country,
most of them centered on
folk dancing by youth
groups. The Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra
gave an outdoor concert in
Tel Aviv under the baton of
Zubin Mehta, who partici-
pated in last weekend's
"Stars Salute to Israel's
30th" which was beamed to
Israel via sattelite and tele-
vised in the U.S. Monday
night.
Pre-state underground
veterans marched at the
Hebrew University
Stadium on Thursday
and a display of some of
Israel's latest weaponry
including the Merkava
tank and F-15 jet fighters
was shown.
The 1978 Israel Prizes
were awarded to 10 reci-
pients at the Jerusalem
Theater. President Katzir
received the foreign dip-
lomatic corps at his resi-
dence and Mayor Teddy
Kollek of Jerusalem re-
ceived the public at David's
Tower in the Old City. More
than 30,000 soldiers, police,
border police and civilian
guards were on special
security duty for the 24-
hour period.
Last week, Jerusalem
was struck by Katyu:ha
rockets for the first time in
two years. There were no
casualties and only minor
damage.

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