Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 19, 1970 Page: 3 of 31
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AROUND THE TOWN
He's a tall, aristocratic, imposing looking man - broad - well
built - his eyes twinkling behind his glasses and when he
speaks you stop and listen for he speaks with both knowledge
and authority. This is Otto Cohen, one of the founders of
Givat Brenner, Israel's largest and best known kibbutz, who
will speak at both the Women's Division Campaign Brunch
at the Garden Room at Neiman Marcus on Thursday morn-
ing and at a Men's Division Parlor meeting at the home of
Charlotte and Mickey Goldman that evening.
Miriam and Otto Cohen with son,Michael,and his children
at Givat Brenner.
Otto Cohen knows Israel for
his association with the country
goes back some 40 years ago when
he and his bride settled in Palestine.
He’ll tell you, as he told us in
Israel, of how he and several of his
friends held other jobs while trying
to raise money to start Givat Bren-
ner. They would walk some ten
miles each night to their jobs in
another community and the monies
they earned were used to start
the Kibbutz. It you saw Givat
Brenner today, you would marvel
at it and say it’s a miracle - it’s
huge, modern, flourishing and when
, your TJP staffers visited there, mem-
bers of the Kibbutz were gathered
to enjoy some of the fruits of their
harvest - giant ripe watermelons.
Etta and Sol Brachman, Charlotte
and Milton Mehl, Madlyn and Lou
Barnett, Jane and Melvin Rosenthal,
Elizabeth and Harry Rubin, Rabbi
I. Garsek and son, Eddie Garsek,
Brigette Altman, Helen and Nat
Rakoover, Bobby Taylor and the
NEWS AND NOTES: Yvonne
Busch is attending a week-long real-
ty seminar at Southern Methodist
University. Bess and Myer Mehl
are planning a Las Vegas vacation.
Bernice and Brudus Meyerson are
on another of their exciting “round
the world” trips. Sandra and Buddy
Freed and daughters attending the
wedding of his niece Sara Lenowitz
to Joseph M. Sutton II at Agudas
Achim Synagogue in San Antonio
last weekend. Also attending were
Helen and Fishy Herman. Sylvia
(Mrs. Jerry) Weiner just back from
a family visit in Patterson, New
Jersey. Happy Birthday greetings
to Bert Echt, son of Ceil and David
Echt, stationed at a VISTA post
in Marengo, Iowa, who celebrated:
his 21st birthday on Monday. Con-
gratulations toj)oug Samson, eleven
year old son of Elaine and David
Samson, who won the coveted D.
A. R. award at Westcliff Elemen-
tary School for excellence in Ameri-
Congratulations to George Wein-
stein, dedicated B’nai B’rith and
Ahavath Sholom Congregation work-
>erwho was honored by the Tarrant
Lodge No. 942 A. F. & A. M. with
a fifty year membership pin and
certificate along with three mem-
bers at a Masonic dinner Wednesday
Another outstanding Fort Worth-1 NEW CITIZENS
ian, Mickey Goldman who has literal- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lichtman, ^
ly served almost every organization:15322 Westminister Court South, ^
in the community in its highest [announce the arrival of their son, w
office was re-elected chairman of [Howard Scott, on January 12.
the Fort Worth Housing Authority
Peachy Rose and husband Dr
Herman Rose were in Washington
earlier this week where she repre-
sented the Fort Worth Section Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women as
a delegate to Council’s Washington
Institute on Public Affairs. On the
Washington Agenda is a Tea at the
White House given by the first lady,
Mrs. Richard Nixon, which Peachy
The words of Dallas leader, Ruth
Jacobson at the Workers Rally are
still with us as we remember her
saying “Your support of the Federa-
tion Campaign is needed now as
never before - it can only mean,
Life or Death for Israel.” Please -
please plan to attend the Women’s
Division Brunch at Neiman’s Garden
Room on Thursday, February 26.
If you haven’t as yet made your
reservation, phone AX 2-3081 to-
Grandparent honors are shared by O
Mrs. H. Lichtman of Fort Worth ^
and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Reiss ^
of Memphis. Proud great-grand- q
parents are Mrs. S. Rutlader of pg
Fort Worth and Dr. and Mrs. John H
Mednikov of Memphis.
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' MICKEY GOLDMAN
Miriam and Otto Cohen will be
warmly welcomed here. They’ll be
the houseguests of good friends
Shirley and Charlie Anton and will
have the opportunity to renew
friendships with ourtowners who
have visited with them in Israel
including Sarah and Bob Kragen,
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