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April 26, 1985 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-26

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Friday, April 26, 1985 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NY Parade

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New York (JTA) — Under bril-
tiant spring skies, an estimated
half-million spectators watched
d more than 50,000 people
arched in the 21st annual Sa-
te to Israel Parade Sunday,
arking the 37th anniversary of
?..le independence of the Jewish
.tate.
The parade, organized and
ponsored by the American
onist Youth Foundation
(AZYF), began at noon. From
hen until after 4 p.m. scores of
ouths, men and women of all
es and all walks of life, trooped
along sunny Fifth Avenue from
59th to 86th streets. The songs
they sang and the multi-colored
anners they carried emphasized
this year's parade theme: "Buil-
• er's of Zion, Builders of Israel."
The reviewing stand, set up at
9th Street, near the southeast
ntrance to Central Park, was
packed with city, state and na-
tional dignitaries, Israel's rank-
ng diplomats and a visiting
Cabinet Minister from
Jerusalem.
Speaking for the Administra-
tion, Secretary of Interior Donald
Hodel expressed America's deep
commitment to Israel's security
2nd well being. He emphasized Is-
rael's strategic importance to the
.U.S. and vowed continued Ameri-
can support for Israel.
- Many of the speakers on the re-
viewing stand referred to the
Holocaust, the remembrance of
which takes on special signifi-
cance this month as the 40th an-
niversary of the defeat of Nazi
1-C.--ermany and the liberation of the
death camps approaches.

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IDF Terrorist
Jailed For Life

Jerusalem (JTA) — David
Ben-Shimol, a member of the Is-
,--ael Defense Force was sentenced
to life imprisonment by a
Jerusalem district court last week
for firing an anti-tank missile at
.3.n Arab bus in Jerusalem seven
months ago. One passenger was
killed and several were wounded.
Ben-Shimol was also convicted
'of attempted murder for a grenade
attack on an Arab coffee shop in
the Old City. No one was hurt in
that attack which occurred sev-
eral months before he fired the
missile at the bus.
The defendant, who arrived at
the court in leg shackles for sen-
tencing, was applauded by a
crowd gathered outside. His de-
mand that he be imprisoned with
--20 alleged members of the Jewish
"--terrorist underground charged
with crimes of violence against
Arab civilians over a four-year
period dating back to 1980, was
(-- rejected by the court.
Ben-Shimol claimed that he
was motivated in his attack on the
--) bus by the same ideology as that of
the alleged terrorists, all of them
militant Orthodox Jews from the
West Bank. Their trial, which
-'=began almost a year ago, has been
stalled since last September over
the admissability of confessions
which the accused later re-
pudiated.

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JEWISH WOMEN COMPOSERS AND PERFORMERS

Elizabeth Rowin, Violinist • The Rosner Trio
A Special Tribute to Emma Lazarus • The Statute of Liberty

The Cantata Academy of Metropolitan Detroit
Directed by Frederick Bellinger

Four Temple Beth El Choirs
Directed by Mrs. Jason Tickton

Rabbis Dannel.Schwartz & Norman Roman • Narrators
Prof. Jason Tickton • Music Director and Organist

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THE CANTATA ACADEMY

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