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April 15, 1983 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-15

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Friday, April 15, 1983

K ostns

Where Fit is foremost

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Independence Day 'Party

. . Plus' at Center April 23

The main Jewish Com-
munity Center will host "Is-
rael Independence Day
Party . . . Plus" at 8 p.m.
April 23.

The "party" side of the
Uptown • Southfield Rd. at
Spring and Summer ap-
festivities will include a
IP Mile • 559-3900
parel for both men and
Big & Tall • Southfield at II Mile
performance by interna-
women and will include
569-6930
tional singer Shoshana who
bathingsuits, leisure and
was born in Israel and spent
evening wear. All the fash-
her formative years there.
ions, which will be worn by
Later, she moved with her
some of Detroit's top fashion
family to Toronto and cur-
models, will be available for
rently resides in New York.
purchase.
She has entertained na-
Both hot and cold hors
tionally and in major capi-
d'oeuvres plus a sweet table
tals around the world and
will be served.
has several albums to her
ls THE GUY
The' "Plus" part of the
credit.
event is that the proceeds
Bill Meyer and his Band,
will benefit the Association
who will provide the Israeli
for the Welfare of Israeli
dance music as well as disco,
Soldiers. A special patron
rock and mood music, has
SHOSHANA
program entitles patrons to
IS THE BUY
served as her accompanist
for one of her former some of the top Israeli two tickets and their listing
fashion manufacturers.
in the evening's program.
engagements locally.
The fashions will feature
The steering committee
Leah Marks is lending
her
professional
talents
LEASE AS LOW AS
as well-known fashion
$125 PER MONTH
show producer to high-
light Israeli fashions
W 7 Mile At Lodge X-Way
"Hava Nagila — Let Us participating groups will
342-7100
which are imported from Be Joyful" is this year's take place during the
theme for Detroit's celebra- parade. Prizes will be
tion of Israel's 35th Inde- awarded on the basis of orig-
pendence Day which will be inality, spirit, over all excel-
held at the main Jewish lence and compliance with
Community Center on May this year's theme. Prizes
1.
will be awarded in two
The parade will begin at 1 categories: adult and youth.
p.m. and will be held on the The winners in each cate-
Center grounds. Groups are gory will receive a waiver of
to assemble at noon at the entry fee for next year's
rear of the Center. Thirty 1984 Independence Day
groups are participating in Celebration.
the parade and will repre-
Booths and exhibits
sent service groups, will be open at 10 a.m. A
synagogues and youth variety of foods, Israeli
groups in the metropolitan products and merchant
Detroit area. The Jewish displays will be available
War Veterans will present for viewing as well as
$2.50 overnight
$5, 4 days
the colors and serve as purchase. Representa-
$35 membership fee
parade marshals. tives from some of Is-
Alan Yost, parade chair- rael's industries will also
man, announced that a con- be at the celebration.
VIDEO PLUS
test judging the floats and
VIDEO PLUS AUDIO
Naomi Shemer, Israeli

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See "THE LEADER" Today

Morris
Buick

OPEN MON. & THURS. MI 9 P.M.

for the event includes:
Yaffa Shevach, Mira
Eisenberg and Eli Hartal
of the Israeli Community
of Detroit and the Israel
Information and Re-
source Center; Eva Kraus
of C.H.A.I.M. (Children of
the Holocaust Survivors
Association of Michigan);
James Safran, president
of Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion; and Howard Tap-
per, Young Leadership
Cabinet of United Jewish
Appeal.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the Israel In-
formation and Resource
Center, 661-1948.

Independence Day Celebration

An Officer and A Gentleman
The Road Warrior
Lady Chatterly's Lover
Yes, Giorgio
Blade Runner

19739 EVERGREEN ROAD
(at 12 Mile)
SOUTHFIELD, MI
569-2330

6641 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
(Old Orchard Mall)
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI
855-4070

Local Israelis Host Observance
Sunday of Israel Memorial Day

The Israeli community of
Metropolitan Detroit will
host a commemoration of
Yom Hazikaron — Israel
Memorial Day — 3:30 p.m.
Sunday at the main Jewish
Community Center.
The program will feature
flutist Shaul Ben-Meir of
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra, Cantor Louis Klein
of Cong. Bnai Moshe and
Rabbi Efry Spectre of Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The ceremonies, chaired
by Mira Eisenberg, are
modelled after the com-
memorative programs held
in Jerusalem each year.
Local veterans of Israel's
wars will participate in a
traditional torch-lighting
ceremony and memorial
readings.
The community is in-
vited.

Open 7 Days

Gift Certificates Available!

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songwriter, will be making
her first appearance in the
U.S. and will be the fea-
tured entertainment for the
day.
A poster contest and the
Temnly Skully essay con-
test are open to all students.
The poster contest is for
students pre-school through
ninth grade. Winners will
have their posters displayed
at the Center.
The essay contest is for
high school and college
students planning to study
in Israel. Prize money will
be used to help them with
that goal. The theme for the
contests is "Hava Nagila —
Let Us Be Joyful."
For information about the
May 1 activities, call the
Jewish Community Center,
661-1000 ext. 250.
















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Mira Eisenberg, shown at right, rehearses with
members of the Habonim youth group for Sunday's
Yom Hazikaron ceremonies at the main Jewish Com-
munity Center.

Campaign Closing Tuesday

With the 1983 Allied
Jewish Campaign in its
final days, volunteers are
completing solicitation in
anticipation of the Cam-
paign closing celebration 8
p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The community is invited
to join with guest performer
Theodore Bikel in an eve-
ning of Jewish songs, lore
and legends that reflect the
unity of the Jewish people.
The world-renowned actor/
entertainer will present
music from his travels
around the world. A recep-
tion will follow the concert.
The evening will in-
clude brief division re-

ports and the announce-
ment of Campaign totals.
According to Chairman
Joel D. Tauber, the '83
Campaign "may become
the most successful
peacetime Campaign this
community has ever
run." He added, however,
that the pleas for help
from the community's
jobless, hungry, aged and
families in stress have
never been as over-
whelming.

Reservations are re-
quired for Tuesday's event.
For information, call Bar-
bara Satinsky at the Jewish

Welfare Federation, 965-

3939.

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