Demonstration of 'Illegal' Immigrant Arrivals
Marks Israel's 16th Anniversary Observance
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BEERSHEBA, (JTA—Two hun-
dred thousand Israelis and visitors
from abroad jammed into Beer-
Sheba April 16 to watch a display
on Israel's lath Independence Day
of the deterrent power which has
kept the Arabs at bay for those
16 years. A spectacular aerial
demonstration by 220 military
planes marked the start of the 57-
minute parade in a mighty show
of Israel's striking forces on land
and in the air.
On the reviewing stand were a
host of Israeli dignitaries, led
by President Shazar, Premier Levi
Eshkol, Knesset Speaker Kaddish
Luz, Chief of Staff Yitzhak Rabin,
Mrs. Vera Weizmann and Mrs.
Izhak Ben-Zvi, the widows of Is-
rael's first two Presidents, and
Moshe Sharett, chairman of the
Jewish Agency executive, repre-
senting the Zionist movement.
(In Washington, the White
House released the following
message sent to Israel's Presi-
dent Shazar by President John-
son: "I take pleasure in extend-
ing to Your Excellency and to
the people of Israel warm con
gratulations on the 16th anni-
versary of the independence of
Israel. I also join the people of
the United States in expressing
our gratification that the first
year of your Presidency has
been marked in every field of
national endeavor by a further
growth of Israel's notable
achievements over the past dec-
ade and a half.")
Israeli helicopters flying at a
low altitude led the Air Force fly-
past. The planes in the display in-
cluded Fougas, Magister Israel-
made jets spelling out the initials
of the fighting branches. These
were followed by Mystere intercep-
Gen. Doron, at Celebration Here,
Counters Husse i n's TV Statements
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Lawrence Rogers (Rosalind Alt-
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field, a daughter, Julie Ann.
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April 15—To Dr. and Mrs. Milton
M. Jacobs (Carolyn Zalman) 17265
Shervilla Place, Southfield, a
daughter, Lisbeth Margot.
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April 14 — To Dr. and Mrs.
George R. Kerwin (Helen Mendel-
son) of James Ave., Oak Park, a
son, Brian Paul.
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April 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Kaufman (Carol Spiwak), 19160
Rensellor, Livonia, a daughter.
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April 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Chareton (Marlene Engel) 19521
Hardy, Livonia, a daughter, Sherri
April 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Kresh (Barbara Lampert). 23030
Harding, Oak Park, twin daugh-
ers, Sheila and Gloria.
April 5—to Dr. and Mrs. George
L. Blum (Joyce Zuieback) 25854
Salem, Huntington Woods, a
daughter, Linda Beth.
March 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Frank (Esther Saslove), formerly
of Detroit, 812 Courson, Los
Angeles, a son, Lawrence Michael.
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tors, helicopters and Vautoure
fighters. Also in line were Mirage
jets, followed by transports and
four-engine Stratocruisers. The
relatively slow speeds of the Stra-
tocruisers dramatized the speed of
Elsewhere in Israel, the day was
observed with dancing and singing
in the streets. In cities, traffic was
banned for the festivities. At the
Tel Aviv seashore, some 200,000
watched a pageant demonstrating
the arrival of "illegal" ships with
immigrants, recalling the pre-State
fight to bring in the remnants of
Hitler's holocaust. Intercepting
"British" destroyers and coastal
patrols simulated the battle of the
Mandatory authorities to stop such
Other celebrations in Paris, Lon-
don, Mexico City and Johannesburg
were attended by top
Abdel) Nasser and I are only ser-
vants of our nations."
But in his talk, Doron said,
"Nasser wants to be ruler of the
Arab world. Whatever Hussein
said against Israel, the exist-
ence of his kingdom depends
on the state of Israel."
Later, Doron shrugged off Hus-
sein's statement that "We have
our own plans to remedy the
(Jordan waters) situation" to see
that the w a t e r s come to his
"They don't have any plans,"
He accused Hussein of present-
ing a false picture of the waters
issue, appealing to those who are
unfamiliar with the technicalities
behind the situation.
Referring to the problems of
immigration and education for the
new year, Doron talked of devel-
opment plans that include new
cities in the Negev. The Jordan
River project is essential to such
plans, he said.
"We don't take water from any-
one. No one uses it; but we need
Lisa Howard, television's firs it. We will have the water even if
woman with her own network we have to defend it."
news program, will be the guest
speaker at the Detroit Section Na- Fannie Gluck Chapter
tional Council of Jewish Women's
to Honor Mrs. Sperka
at Donor Luncheon
May 4, at the
Judith Sperka Clark, cultural
Statler Hilt or
chairman for Mizrachi Women's
Organization in Cleveland, will
present a citation on behalf of the
will speak on
national organization to
Joshua Sperka when she is honored
World Stage, "
by the Fannie Gluck Chapter, Miz-
rachi Women, for 25 years of serv-
ice to Mizrachi and the general
hazards of a well-
Jewish community at noon May
5 at Bnai David Synagogue.
Mrs. Clark, who directs literary
turns to politica.
and other study group activities for
Mizrachi, also edits the Young
Her appearancr concludes Coun- Israel Women's Newsletter and
cil's "Women of Distinction" series directs educational seminars for the
for the 1963-64 season.
Cleveland Branch of the Union of
Other participants, according to Orthodox Sisterhoods.
Mrs. Harold Kaufman, program
Cantor Hyman Adler of Cong.
chairman, include Mrs. Lewis B. Bnai David will be soloist at the
Daniels. who will install the newly
donor event, presenting a program
elected officers; Mrs. Leonard H. of Israeli songs.
Weiner, national vice president;
The Mizrachi Women of America,
and Mrs. B. Benedict Glazer, who of which Fannie Gluck is a chap-
will give the opening prayer.
ter, maintains a network of chil-
Committee members who have dren's villages, vocational high
participated in the planning of the schools for girls in Israeli cities
day include Mesdames Richard B. and social service centers in Jeru-
Prentis, Frederick Shevin, Peter
Haifa and Tel Aviv.
Rubin, Samuel S. Willis and Sey- salem,
For reservations, call chapter
president Mrs. David Novetsky, UN
An Arab leader, all smiles and
amiability, entered Detroit homes
via television Sunday afternoon,
and warned that Israel is "a very
serious threat to peace in the
At the 16th anniversary celebra-
tion of Israel's statehood Gen.
Aharon Doron, deputy chief of
staff of the Israel Army, reiterated
his country's desire for peace. He
added, however, "I'm confident,
if we ever are brought into war,
we will win it—because it's not
only competition with arms and
weapons that wins battles. We
have men who know what they're
King Hussein of Jordan, inter-
viewed that afternoon on Meet
the Press, made a show of Arab
unity and of the Arabs' desire for
peace. insisting that "(G a in a 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Group, City of
Hope, will hold a Night of Games
7:30 p.m. May 3 at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute. All proceeds
will go to the City of Hope Hos-
pital in Duarte, Calif., a pilot re-
search center for catastrophic dis-
Prizes, refreshments and . gifts
will be featured. Tickets will be
available at the door or by calling
Evelyn Lewis, 8-7744.
1-8066, or Mrs. Milton Radner, gen-
eral chairman„ UN 4-7391.
Group to Host Lecturer
Branch 11, Labor Zionist Or-
ganization, will meet 8 p.m. Sat-
urday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Asher, 24101 Eastwood, Oak.
Park. Sylvan Ginsburgh, principal
of the United Hebrew Schools, high
school branch, will discuss "Does
Prophecy Function in Our Modern
Times?" The public is invited.
For information,- call Mrs. Gloria
Lifshay, LI 6-8588.
Habonim Leader to Talk
Branch Seven, Labor Zionist Or-
ganization, will meet 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Harold Milinsky, 18115 Parkside.
Guest speaker will be Bruce Kut-
nick, Habonim leader, who will re-
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late his impressions of a year in
Mrs. Miriam Cohen of Jamaica, Israel. Refreshments will be serv-
N.Y., and Mr. Bernard S. Cohen ed. For information, call UN
of New York City announce the 4-0888.
engagement of their daughter
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Linda Sally to Paul Sherwin Stern,
Friday, April 24, 1964
son of Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. 22
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A June 14 wedding in New
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Rally for Israel Parley
A rally to gain support for the
fifth Knesiah Gedolah (great con-
gress) of Agudath Israel will be
held 8:30 p.m. May 3 at Young
Israel of Northwest Synagogue.
The knesiah will be held July 22
to Aug. 1 in Jerusalem. A delega-
tion from Detroit will be led by
Rabbis Chaskel Grubner, Yosef
Nadler and Shlomo Rothenberg.
Guest speaker at the rally will
be Rabbi Morris Sherer, executive
vice president of Agudath Israel of
America and member of the World e•
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