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"""'"" 1 t June 19, 1961 Deadline: June, 12 :MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1961SEVAN 21, 5721 Admiral Yochai Bin-Nun and Emil Cohen Honor Guests at israel Bond Bar Nitzvah Dinner on June 13 Harry Schwartz, Spring Campaign Chairman of the Israel Bond Committee in Seattle, announced that Admir- al Yochai Bin-Nun, Commander-in-Chief of the Navy of the State of Israel, and Emil Cohen, foremost American- Jewish humorist, will appear atthe Israel Bond Bar Mitz- yah Banquet to be held June 13 at Norway Center at 6:30 p.m. Admiral Bin-Nun has served in every branch of the military, including the Haganah and Palmach in Palestine during the British Mandate, and the Israel Defense Forces, the country's first leading unit organized im- mediately after statehood. He participated in Israel's War of Independence and the Sinai Peninsula campaign, and was awarded the Israel Heroes' Medal, his country's foremost military decoration, for valor- ous and distinguished service One of Israers foremost Nav- al heroes, Admiral Bin-Nun, was at the hehn of the vessels which brought about Israel's two greatest naval victories On October 27, 1948, during the sea struggle of the War of Lib- eration, :he was in charge of the force wh]ch-sank the Egyptian] ship "King Farouk", and in the I Sinai operation of 1956 he com-] manded the naval vessel, "Jaf-I fa" whi6h -aptured the Egyp-] tian destroyer, "Ibraham el Awal. ' Studied in U.S. Prior to being appointed to his present post March 1, 1960, ahd immediately following his Sinai duties, A'elmiral Bin-Nun served in varmus naval commands, spe- cializing in the fields of plan- ning, instruction and supervi- sion. Before that, he studied ship architecture and naval engineering in the United States, .hich he visited at the end of 1950. On his return to active service in 1954, he was appointed Commander of a fri- gate, and later, of a destroyer. Admiral Bin-Nun was born in tIaifa in 1924 and grew up and was educated in Jerusalem. As a student, he joined the Haga- nah, the underground Jewish defense force in the Brtish Man- date, serving in a communica- tions unit from 1936 to 1939. As a high school graduate, he joined the Palmach, the com- mando unit of the Haganah, serving for five years in vari- ous settlements of the Upper Galilee. At the end of 1944, when the lolicy .of immigration to Pales- tine 'was intensified by the Hag- anah and Jewish political groups, Admiral Bin-Nun was assigned to Cyprus. Here he and others operated a special sabotage detail, to slow down 'the effectiveness of British ves- sels engaged in the capture of immigrant ships. This assign- ment lasted almost two years. He also helped give military training to the able-bodied Jewish immigrants, most of them victims of Nazi Europe, who had ben captured aboard ship and sent to Cyprus for de- tention. Commanded Harbor Unit At the close of the British Mandatory regime, with Arab raids and riots increasing in in- tensity, Admiral Bin-Nun was appointed Commander of a "Harbor Unit" in Haifa, which was responsible for the secur- ity of Jewish lives and property in the area, and for the normal operation of the port, including ship traffic. When the British left Pales- tine, and the State of Israel was proclaimed, he and his men took over control of the port city, thus assuring the continued flow of essential goods and materials for military and civilian needs. The-Harbor nit participated successfully im several military actions against invading Arab forces; including the liberation of Haifa. In the Spring of 1948, Ad- miral Bin-Nun was transferred Admiral Yochai Bin-Nun Emil Cohen Community Center To Aid Peace Corps Recruiting Program The Seattle Jewish Commun- ity Center will be one of the key resources for Peace Corps information in the city of Seat- tle. Through J.W.B. and its Washington representatiye Moe Hoffman, the Center will be kept informed of all develop- ments. At the present time, the Center .has a fact sheet, "The Peace Corps--What it isWhat it does", and the official peace corps volunteer questionaire. Persons wishing to obtain these materials may do so upon re- quest. As the project becomes more clearly defined; the Center the recipient of addi- tional information. Albert Maimon Receives Honor Albert :Maimon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Maimon, and graduate of the'Seattle Hebrew Day School was elected vice- president of the Student Coun- cil. of the Yeshivah Unirersity in New York City. The Yeshivah University is "the largest and oldest Jewish sponsored college in the United States. This honor comes to Al- bert Maimon in view of his out- standing scholastic and leader- ship record at the University where he is a Junior. SEATTLE, !WASHINGTON ADL Board Will Hear Peace Corps Speaker June 12 Franklin H. Williams, recently appointed as the special assist- ant to Director Sargent Shriver of President Kennedy's Peace Corps, will be the featured speaker at the next quarterly meeting of the Anti-Defamation League regionM board. This will take place on June 12, in the Iewish Community Center be- ginning, at 8 p.m. Before Mr. Williams accepted his new post, he was an assist- ant attorney general for the State of California, having been appointed by Attorney General StanleY Mosk in 1959. A gradu- ate of Lincoln University in Pennsylvania and Fordham Law School, Mr. Wililams originally came to the west coast in 1950 as regional counsel for the Na- tional Association for the Ad- vancement of Colored People. He now has offices in Washing- ton, D. C. Included in the substantive agenda for this meeting is a presentation, for discussion and action, of social discrimination in Seattle. This will be made by Murray Guterson, chairman of the Board's civil rights com- mittee. Howard P.ruzan, vice- chairman of he Board, will present the possible necessity for a legal .action regarding housing discrimination in the community. The meeting will be conducted by the Non. Solie Ringold, chairman. Counselors Return To Camp Positions Esther Seharon, Janet :Maimon and Dave Radinsky, have taken time out from their busy college lives o return to the J.C.C. Day Camp staff. Esther has worked with the oldest girls group be- fore (9 thru 11), and Norm Is- rael has offered scripts for "Captain Noah" for use by the Day Camp. Both Esther and Dave are experienced in teach- ing Hebrew for all ages and Dave has led many athletic ac- tivities. Parents with children in this age group are urged to inquire about the full Day Camp program offered for nine through eleven year olds. Boating, archery and camp craft are being added to the program. A special overnite at Denny Creek is being planned. Mr. Irwin Hagenhauer, d,.o has been working in lhe Center Nursery School, will be coming to Day Camp as a unit super- visor. In addition to his skills in working with children, he .is also experienced in camp craft and is eager to develop this area of program. Mrs. Kayton Smith, Jr. (Ruth) comes from Savannah, Georgia to add Hebrew with a most de- lightful Southern accent to the Day Cat:rip program. Ruth is also skilled in singing, dancing and baton. She worked at the Savannah Day Camp at a coun- selor. Miriam Radinsky is also re- turning from Stern College to Center Program again with her excellent background in Israeli songs and dances. There are a few openings for Senior Counselors (over 18), male Junior Counselors (over 16). Also needed is a.Water- front Director. Applicants for these positions should call Shirley Schneider, Camp Direc- tor, at MAin 4-8431 now! CommuNity Center's 6th Annual Meeting Hears of Activities --Heib Phot Harold P. Glass, right, presents the 1961 President's Cup for outstanding sbice to Dr. Norman W. Clein FRANKFURT, (JTA) -- The German Government has "posi- tive evidence" that Martin Bor- mann, deputy to Adolf Hitler, is alive and hiding "somewhere outside Germany," according to Dr. Fritz Bauer, the State Prosecutor here. Sam Soule Receives BBYO Award VOLUME XXIV, NUMBER 18 i Leo Meltzer Named To National Council Of JNF Foundation Leo A. Meltzer, treasurer of the Seattle Federated Jewish Fund and council, has been in- vited to serve on the National Council of the Jewish National Fund Foundation. Active in Seattle Jewish and civic affairs for more than forty-eight years, Nit Meltzer is also vice president of the Jewish National Fund and State Bequest Chairman of the J.N.F [or the State of Washington. BOARD ELECTED BY TEMPLE BETH AM Three new members of the board of directors were elected at the annual congregational meeting of Temple Beth Am held Sunday, May 31. Name to the board for two year terms were Mr. Charles Kaplan, Al- fred Sugarman and Dr. :Morti- mer Rayman. Hold-over direc- tors are Dr. Sheldon Biback, Maurice Shurmap, Mrs. Lorrain idell and Herbert "Meyer. All officers of the congrega- ion were re-elected for a second term, including Jerry Cone, president; Gerald Weinstein, vice-president; Mrs. Henry But- ]er, secretary; Thomas Sussman treasurer. Seaflle Hebrew School Registration Data The Seattle Hebrew Schoo: announces the following partic- ulars of registration for the 1961-62 school year: Kindergarten is open to youngsters who will be five years old on or before Novem- ber 15 of 1961. Grade 1 accepts new students who have com- pleted one year of regular kin- dergarten. Beginners classes at the afternoon Talmud Torah de- partment of the school accepts registration for children 6-9 years of age. For further information call the school at EA 4-2021. Hy Wolfstonc, left, congratulates Roberta Bender for her services to the Young Adult Council. Ben Bridge to Receive The over 200 persons who at-[Council; Mickie Ross, at Bond tended the Center's 6th annualiStagers; Elijah Alexander, Cen-l00waru Dinner meeting had a first hand ter Stagers and Edward Rosen- :Ben ridae General Chair glimpse of Center activity, blatt, swimming instructor. Thelman of the Seattle Israel Bond Through the media of stage!Seattle Section Council of Jew- I Committee and well known fie- production, core Cellter acLivi-lish Women Volunteers was giv-lure in the Seattle Jewish Com- ues were presentect, incnming,en an award for its service tOlmunitv will receive the Na i Go den Age choral group, Cen- Ithe Golden Age Club The cer- Itional Merit Award of the Bond l ter Stagers, women's art class, ltificate was accepted by Mrs I Oranization unon the nreninnl Camp Benbow and Teen Israeli Bernard Ordell, in behalf of of-the Anniversaz'v -])m';r'l dancing. All Of the other center i all 0f the volunteers .... which will be held at Norw"! program wez-e brought in., New Board Members Electe Center June 13, at 6:30-p.n. through the Center telephone With the approval of the The award will be given to Mr. Bridge in recognition off his exchange, portrayed by Mollie Rosenblatt. The program "The Center FoSus" was introduced by Eugene Berlatsky, Center Director, as his annual report. For Outs!anding Service This year s Center's Presi- dent's CUp, an award given for outstanding service to Center, was presented to Dr. Norinan W. Clein, who served the Center as president fol " three years, is re- sponsible for establishing Camp Benbow and was the prime mover in tile purchase of the present Center building. In ac- cepting the President s Cup, Dr. Clein announced that the Cef- ter remodeling will begin im- mediately'with the hopes of completing the first two floors in ninety days. Dr. Clein is the president of the Seattle Feder- ated Jewish Fund and ilmnedi- ate Past President of the Center, Hy Wolfstone, vice president, membership, the Seattle Jewish Community Center Board of Directors was increased from 33 to 39 board members. New board members elected are: Gabriel Amira, Bud Asia, Ben Bridge, Mrs. Benjamin Cole, Bob Friedman, Col. Addis Gut- mann, Sol Halfon, Jack Meyers, Howard Michel, Max Mond- schein; Mrs. Wiliam Rosen, :Mrs. Henry Siegl and Leo Weisfield. The Board will have its first luncheon-meeting June 14 at 12:00 noon at the Center. New Officers Elected: The Board caucus following the annual meeting re-elected Harold P, Glass Center Presi- dent for a second term Benja- min Asia, Hy Wolfstone and Dr. Charles Kaplan were elected vice presidents, Mrs. Herbert Meltzer, secretary and Harry C. Bush, treasurer. A Center Board book is now being com- presented achievement awardspiled for a Center Board train- to Roberta Bender, Young Adultqng program this summer. Mrs. Volotln And Mrs. Brill Awarded Service Recognition Mrs. Israel Volotin and Mrs. Ben Bril] were honored recently by the Sisterhood of the Con- gregation Bikur Cholim when they were presented with Woman of the Year awards. Mrs. Volotin was honored for her work as chairman of delin- quent dues and for her service to the group as financial secre- Israel lo Receive Less in U.S. Food Surpluses This Year JERUSALEM, (JTA)Israel will receive somewhat less in American agricultural surpluses this year, comparedwith the last 12-month period, but the terms will be better, it was an- nounced by David Golan, dep- uty controller of the foreign ex- outstanding efforts in behalf of Israel in the Seattle Jewish community. Mr. and Mrs. Bridge are pres- ently in Israel where they dedi- cated, together with Mr. Levi Eshkol,' Israel"s Finance Minis- ter, and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, National Vice-President of the Development Corporation for Israel, the gas pipe line to S'dom BEN BRIDGE on the southern part of the Dead Sea. Ben Bridge emigrated with his family to Seattle in 1906. He attended the University of In Final stages Of Federated Fund O00.|ve; 1 Albert M. Franco (left), campaign chairman for the Seattle Jew- ish Federated Fund and Council, receives advice from one of the Federation's top campaigners, Past President Leo Weisfieid, as the 1961 drive reaches its final windup. Dr. Norman Clein, Federated Fund president, joins with Cam- paign Chairman Franco in urging that all workers clean up their cards in this final month. With only four weeks to go $250,000 has been raised out of the $350,000 goal. Workers are asked to bring their cards to the weekly Tuesday luncheons at the Seattle Community Center or to the Fund office in the Sea- board Building. Benbow Registrations Continue to Mount Registration for the 1961 Camp Benbow camping season con- tinues to climb. Since the last publication, the following youngsters have em'olled for camp. 1st Session Boys  Kenneth Nakdimen, Robert Schoenfeld, Eugene Nak- dimen, Thomas Holzman, Mark Schoenfeld, Sanford Sidell, An- th,ony LaMarche, Mose Radin- sky, John Brill, Steven Sidell, Michael LaMarche. GirlsGate Calvo, Barbara Greenberg. Dale Siegel, Joanne Klein, Betty Calvo. 2nd Session Boys -- Mathew Rose, David Greenberg, Benson Grinspan, $3,900,000 in Arms Sold to Foreign Lands by Israel JERUSALEM, (JTA)--A to- tal of 7,000,000 pounds ($3,920,- 000) worth of arms and ammu- nition were exported by Israel last year, iL was revealed here in the State Comptroller's re- port released recently. While not disclosing the total volume of production, the re- port showed that sales for ex- port and for the domestic civil- ian market increased threefold during the past lhree years The section on the aviatiori indus- try showed that the turnover during the 1959-60 fiscal year totaled more than 32,000,000 pounds ($17,920,000) compared with 21,000,000 pounds ($11,- Irwin Sh'eicher, Paul Rose, 760,000) for the previous year. Isaac Morgenstern, Larry Kurn- By December of last year, the off Larry Hamlin, Sandy Stein- govermnent had invested a total I ' 1-- y , ", ' n 1Nabi Rubin near Tel Aviv to 2' else man, wenoy ensussen, . whmh the United States Gov- Margaret Berman, M a r i I y n   r " ' . . ernment had contributed $35{},- lelschman Shelley Hill, Jackm .^ , ...... ' , .. l uuu \\;Ol'tn-Or sclentlilc eq'np- Zollshan, Jana Silverman, rnne, . .. . . . ' 1 /.ment, me report snowed Abrams, Rosanne ]leisenman, Vivian Greenberg, Judith Rosen, } Vivian Zollshan, Sheryl Abrams, Dr. Victor Erlich Margo Weiss. 3rd Session Boys -- Tony Balint, Lloyd Barde, Billy Miller, Marc Moses, Guest Lecturer On Monday Series Dr. Victor,Erlich, professor Jack Epstein, David Balint. at the University of Washing- GirlsElizabeth Bush, Mau- ton, will be the guest lecturer teen Krasnowsky, Julie Balint, for the Monday morning lecture series at tim Jewish Community Veronica Kun, Judy Frankel, Center, on June 8. The lecture, Judy Greenberg, 'Connie Balint. The second sessmn is nearlyl which will begin at 1:30 p,m., is a IJonus Special and will be free fil!ed and there are still some to series ticket holders of the vacancies in the first and third regular Monday Lecture Series sessions, and to Golden Age Club mem- Harry Charles, chef at the bers. Others are invited t Z.B.T. Fraternity has been em- ployed as cook. Mr. Charles has cooked in several of the well known restaurants in Chicago, including the Black Hawk, and has cooked in kosher style res- taurants in the "Old West Side" of Chicago, at one tinge that city's largest Jewish neighbor. hood. The camp staff includes trained social workers, regis- tered nurse, and numerous skilled and experienced coun- selors. The camp staff spends an entire week in training and preparation prior to the camp season which opens June 18. This year's camp program in- dudes an extensive program of athletics, arts and crafts, folk dancing and inging (with major emphasis on' Israeli dances and attend. Admission is $1.25 for Center members and $1.50 for non members. Dr. Erlich will speak on "Cultural Life of the Warsaw Ghetto." An active participant in this community during the pre-World War II period, he will report first hand on his knowledge of a once flourishing Yiddish culture. JDC Prints Religious Books for Jews in Moslem Counties GENEVA, [JTA)  Printing and publication of 68,000 He- brew Bibles, prayer books and textbooks by the American Joint Distribttion Committee Hebrew and Yiddish songs), for distribution in Jewish Corn- discussions, Friday mad Satur-nmnities in Moslem countries day services including, open was announced this week by camp fire Havdalah services. Charles H Jordan, JDC direc- to the Jerusalem area, where he took part in the battles for the Corridor. He was wounded .in (Continued on Page 3) Stage and TV Stars Scheduled for Seattle's Summer Opera Season Well-known names of' th stage and television wi]l star in productions of the Greater Se- attle: Inc. summer opera season at the Seattle Aqua Theatre on Green Lake. Gustave Stern, producer and director of the musicals, .an- nounced that John Raitt, famed Broadway and television star, will play the male lead in "Ok- lahoma," with Pamela Britton in the feminine lead. "Oklahoma" will play the Aqua Theatre July 5 through July 9. The second show of the sea- son will star D0n Ameche in the hit Cole Porter musical, "Silk Stbckings," and co-star- ring Jan Sherwood. Silk Stockings ' will run July I8 through July 22. This musi- cal is based on the Greta Garbo movie, "Ninotchka." The ex- tremely funny lines have been updated with the times, and Khruschev has replaced Stalin as the Kremlin Key Keeper. Mail order seat sales are now open at Sherman Clay and Compafiy, 1624 4th Avenue, Se- attle. Prices are: $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.56 tax included. SAM SOULE, LEFT, The Paul Bunyan Award of Northern Region AZA of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza- tion was conferred upon Sam S oule of Seattle at a meeting of Evergreen AZA Chapter re- cently., The award is presented annually by members of all Chapters in Northern. Region AZA to ,the alumnus of AZA who does the most for the youth organization during the year. As a special tribute to Sam Soule, AZA members forego the alumnus clause in the rules'ofthe award arid to make a special ruling inhis.favor in recognition of the outstandini tary. Mrs. Brill won recognition for her work as tribute card chairman, W o m an's Editor of the synagogue monthly paper, and for more than twenty years service as corresponding secre- tary to tile group. The .awards were made at the Sisterhood's annum Spring Mother-Daughter luncheon. JEWISH LEGION CENTER DEDICATED change program here. According to Mr. Golan, the 1961 allocations for United States agricultural surpluses to Israel will amount to $20,000,000 this year, compai'ed to $30,000,- 000 in 1960. However, 'he said, the proportion of counterpart funds to be alloted to Israel will rise to 35 percent, compared to the previous 14 percent. Local U.S. expenditures here in con- nection with the program will be reduced to 10 percent, corn- JERUSALEM, (JTA)--ln the'pared with 20 percent in 1961. presence of President Itzhak Ben-Zvi and Prime Minister linin David Ben-Guribnboth former -.-.. ................ v privates in the Jewish Legion-- Opened With JDC Aid Israel recently dedicated Belt TEHERAN (JTA) 'A new, Hagdudim, the Jewish Legion l50 00 ^ _ .... 2_-i'_ .......  , O nealm cener was upeneu [center. The beautiful new struc- I .... nere to serve underpmvllegea [ture s located at Avlhayl], near] ........... . Jews m me oorgan instruct oI [Natanya, overlooking the Plalnslthis ......... he i ety. l'ne majority oz of Shalon MI Ben Gullon,, ...... lauded he thou on of J. o;.i ehclanes are Jews who have AND STEVE JAFFE " " "" - ' ben ' " " ' " movea recently Irom the Old . youth from countries all over . . . service he has rendered not only the world who had answered the ghetto. The district contains for the year 1960 but for the oM1 to i{hf n h Jowh l. now about 4,500 Jews many years prior to e time of gion The new clinic is an addi- presentation. The American delegation at Itional' facility intended to aid sez e cxtens,vel the welfare ro ram The award was to have been the ceremony pre ted to th.:l " : Y ' P g presented at the annual North- new Jewish Legion Center busts , already being carried on here ern Region convention.of AZA of the late Vladimir JabotinskYtby the American' Jewish Joint held in Vancouver, B. C. How- and Joseph Trumpeldor, found- Distrib ........ ' Soul t uuon ommltee unos ever, because Mr. e waslers and commanders of the Le- . . " or constructing and eqmppmg away on an extended South gion, brought from New Yor,. " " Pacific tour at that time, thelThe busts are the work of the the clinic were contributed by members of his AZA chapterlnoted Jewish sculptor, :Mr. Ra- the Central British Fund for made the presentation at alPaport who'made the monument Jewish ReL:ef ...... "- ^":'',,u,,,- meeting in his honor. The pres-[of the Jewish :Martyrs and ti0n ....... , ne  an xanoune entation was made by Steve Fighters erected in Warsaw at Khe e h Jaffe, Past Aleph Godol of Ever- the site of the former ghetto es- I y r-Khah, t e Teheran tics- green AZA. l tablished by the Nazis. [pital ommittee. L Washington. Shortly after World There will also be trips to Mt. War.I began, he enlisted in the Rainier National Park, hiking, Navy and served on a subch'aser nature study and camp crafts. m the Adriatic and Mediter- Campers will learn skill and ranean Seas. Ite received corn- techniques in outdoor meuu mendations froin both the Italian' planning and cooking Dietary and' the United States Govern- laws are observed evc oil camp ments. Mr. Bridge beiongs to outings. * " Nile Temple, Shrine, Seattle Camp dates are as follows: 1st Chamber of Conunerce, was President of Washington State Jewelers and retains active ad- visory capacity to numerous jeweler's trade associations. He is vice-president of the Bikur Cholim Synagogue and has been Session--June 18 to July 7; 2nd Session--July 9 t 9 July 28; 3rd Sessionuly 30 to August 18 For additional information and registration phone MA. 4-8431. torgeneral. "Many of these communities are cu off from the regular sources of supply of Jewish reli- gious publications and objects," Mr. Jordan said "In keeping .with our long record of meet- mg religious and cultural needs of the Jews m the various countries we serve, we felt it our duty to provide replace- ments for religious books worn out through years of use. The difficulties of importation into some of these countries and the lack of Hebrew printing facili- the General Campaign Chair-HARMAN HONORED ties were the factors that man of Israel Bonds since 1959. OR CHAMPIONSHIP prompted us to undertake this Turning to the observance o ' " pl oj ect" 9 the 13th anniversary Of Israel OF ISRAEL'S CAUSE Publication of .5,000 Bibles, which will be marked at th NEW YORK, (JTA)More 10,000 prayerbooks and 23,00{} June 13 event, Mr. Schwartz, than 250 communal, civic and textbooks was carried through Spring campaign chairman of religious leaders paid tribute in Casablanca at a cost of ap- the Seattle Israel-Bond Com- this week to Avraham Harman, proximtae]y 11,000,000 :Moroc- mittee,: said: "This anniversary Israel's Ambassador to th e can francs and will provide a marks the coming of age of Is- United States, for his "eloquent two-yea" supply for JDC-sup:. " ' ,, in ti " " ra.el s economy. The country has camplonshp of Islaels cause, iported s tutmns in Mmocco, advanced from a position of ex-at an Israel bond testimonial Tunis, Iran and Algeria. The treme austerity to a relatively dinner at the Hotel Pierre The lpray.erbooks follow the special high degree of prosperity. Its dinner restllted in sales of'over]text used e by Oriental Jews and citizens have homes, food and $150,000 in Israel bonds. [the .cnt'" project was edited by clothing and the problem of Irving Elias, chairman of thetJewsh scholars in Morocco. employment has been almost dinner, praised AmbassadorlPublication was under the su- conipletely conquered. Harman "for his e lo q u e  t pervisi0n of the Department of "The industrial and agricul- championship of Israel's cause Education of the JDC office in rural development which Israel in the United States, and for Morocco. ' ' Bonds have financed;" he said, putting into such vivid terms "have enabled Israel to make problems and progress, her pc- WASHINGTON (JTA)Ap- rapd strides towmd economic tentlal and be needs" ha Gml ointment of D " " " ! "  " " " - p " r. Jack J. Cohen independence. The country s den, general chairman ef the of New York as director of the progress will be accelerated as New York Committe for State B'nai B'rith Hlel Foundation its growth and development are of Israel bonds, and Bernard at the Hebrew University i speeded up With the dollars welManischewitz, chairma o[ the Jerusalem was announced'here make available through our:Manhattan Division, also paid by William Haber, chairman of Israel Bond purchases." Jtribute to Ambassador Harman. the Hillel commission.