Friday, April 26, 1985
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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eral to the Midwest, who will tute student dancers, Shaarey
be the featured speaker.
Zedek United Synagogue
State Representative Youth, Temple Emanu-E
David Gubow (D-67th Dis- Youth Choir and flora Aviv
trict) will present a proclama- folkdancers.
tion from the Michigan legis-
The Chai Run and Walk
Israel, usually scheduled to
Highlight of the day will be coincide with the Israel Inde-
performances by the singing pendence celebration, will
troupe Duo Reim and a take place separately. The
zimriya-rikuddia (song and walk will be held in October
dance fest) by local youth while the Chai Run is slated
take place May 19.
Benny Rosenbaum and Yis-
rael Gottesman have been per-
forming internationally as
Duo Reim since 1969 following
their discharge from the Israel
New York (JTA) — Nevi 1
Defense Forces where they Yorkers marked Israeli Inde7
served in the military rabbini- pendence Day with a variety of
events this week, including a,
Duo Reim has won a number memorial service for IDF
of prizes at various music fes- soldiers slain in battle, a r6-
tivals. They had a weekly ception at the Park Avenue ,
television show, in which they Atrium and a ceremony at
performed as singers and_ West Point honoring the lath,
interviewed other guests.
Col. David Marcus, an Ameri-
Youth groups participating can who traveled to Palestine
in the zimriya-rikkudia in- in 1948 and fought the strug-
clude: Jewish Parents Insti- gle for independence.
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