46—Friday, September 3, 1971
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Dayan and Arabs Fraternize
SO--BUSINESS . CARDS
NEW YORK — Julian Clarence
Levi, architect, water-colorist, phi-
lanthropist and Columbia Univer-
sity's oldest living alumnus, died
Aug. 24. He was 96.
Born in New York. Mr. Levi
had spent his last 44 years in a
noted art-filled apartment oppos-
ite Carnegie Hall.
Mr. Levi attended Columbia's
school of architecture for two
years, before studying in Paris.
From 1907-1962, he was a mem-
ber of Taylor and Levi architects
During the Depression, Mr.
Levi was chief organizer of the
Architects Emergency Commit-
tee. He represented the U.S. at
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Eucalyptus Trees to Yield Timber
Planted by JNF in the Hula Valley
KLRYAT SHEMONA, Israel —
A total of 750 acres in the Hula
Valley are to be planted with euca-
lyptus trees by the Jewish Nation-
al Fund. The area is part of the
former Hula swamps which were
drained and dried by the Fund in
the 1950s. Extensive research has
shown that the acres in ques-
tion are unsuitable for agriculture
Out of the ashes of the calami-
tous experiences of the last world
conflict have emerged dramatic
tales reviewing the agonies of man-
Among the noteworthy novels
that not only mirror the events
of the past but also expose the
machinations of the present time
is "The Warsaw Document" by
Adam Hall, published by Double-
This novel gives an account of
the intrigues that have led to pres-
ent-day Polish occurrences. The
novel gives an account of the for-
aging "for scraps among the dust-
bins of a sick society."
The East-West conflict finds an
echo here. The East Berlin influ-
ence and efforts at invading the
areas that form the background
for this story is felt here.
Sociologists will find much of
interest here, and historians will
be enlightened by backgrounds of
occurrences that involve the anti-
Soviet underground, investigations
of it by a young agent, the revela-
tions and the multiple actions.
"The Warsaw Document" is
filled with action. Its intrigues pro-
vide much drama and a plot that
holds the reader's attention.
Polish Jews Mark Date
of Bialystok Ghetto Revolt
The foundation of all founda-
tions, the pillar supporting all wis-
doms, is the recognition of the
reality of God.---(Moses Maimoni-
The Reality of God
American Cancer Society
In 1929, Mr. Levi visited Jeru-
salem to assist with plans for He-
brew University. Recently, he had
given Columbia University the
Laura C. Boulton Collection of
Traditional and Liturgical Music,
made through a $150,000 fund in
memory of his late wife.
Mr. Levi had been a water-
but offer promise of a high yield color painter since his teens and
participated in numerous one-man
At present, routine thinning and shows.
other maintenance operations in
JNF forests yield approximately
40,000 tons of timber products a
year for local industry, netting a
savings of about $1,000,000 in for-
eign currency for the country.
This amount will substantially in-
crease during the coming years as
more forests mature and further
plantings, such as the Hula experi-
ment, are initiated on marginal
Israel Defense Minister Moshe Dayan has many Arab friends
and he speaks their language. This photo shows him fraternizing
with Arabs in a resort near Netanya in Israel.
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many architectural conferences.
LONDON (JTA)—The 28th an-
niversary of the three-day revolt
in the Polish ghetto of Bialysak
(Aug. 16 to Aug. 19, 1943) was
marked with a pilgrimage of local
Jews and some Jews from other
towns to the memorial on the site
of the ghetto.
The Bialystok memorial is a
modest stone with the inscription
"for your freedom and ours."
Alter the liquidation of the Bialy-
stok ghetto, 60,000 Jews were
taken to Auschwitz, Treblinka and
Maidanek. There were less than
100 survivors of this group after
the end of the war.
J. C. Levi, Architect,
Ted Lewis Dies
Gerda Klein's Story
Issued as Paperback
"All But My Life" by Gerda
Weissmann Klein, the true story of
a young Jewish girl's struggle to
survive in war-time Poland and
Germany, will- be reprinted in
paperback by Hill & Wang on Sept.
16. Parts of the book have ap-
peared in "I Have Seen War" and
in "Perspectives in Literature," a
high school textbook.
Gerda Weissmann Klein was
born in 1924 in Bielitz, Poland,
where she spent a happy life with
her parents and brother until the
German occupation in 1939.
Soon after, her family was
separated from her, and she
never saw her parents or brother
Deported to a transit camp, and
later to labor and concentration
camps, Gerda formed close ties
with several companions. In Jan-
uary 1945, she was one of 4,000
slave girls forced on a 1,000-mile
winter march from Silesia to
Czechoslovakia. Ski boots and a
fierce determination to rejoin her
family helped save her life. But
her friends perished. She was one
of less than 200 to survive when
Czechoslovakia was liberated, May
6, 1945, by a contingent of the
2nd Inf. Regiment, 5th U.S. Inf.
Division, under the command of
Lt. Kurt Klein.
A year after the liberation,
Gerda Weissmann married Lt.
French Politician Praises
Israel Aircraft Industry
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Michel
Poniatovsky, the first major
member of France's Gaullist bloc
to visit Israel since the Six-Day
War, visited', this country's air-
craft industries and said: "I read
and heard of your development,
but I did not know till now what
a high standard you have
Poniatovsky, who arrived at the
end of last week, is secretary gen-
eral of the Independent Republi-
can Party, a junior partner in the
French coalition, and has been
critical of the party's and the gov-
ernment's Middle East policies.
Born Theodore Leopold Fried-
man, June 6, 1891, in Circleville,
0., Ted Lewis, of the old- battered
top hat and "Is everybody happy?"
fame, died at his New York apart-
ment, last week.
Max Candiotty Institute
to Supplement Weizmann
REHOVOT, Israel—Israel Dep-
uty Prime Minister and Minister
of Education and Culture Yigal
Alton predicted at the cornerstone-
laying ceremony for the Weiz-
mann Institute's new Max Candi-
otty Institute for Science Teaching,
that it would play a major role in
"the great revolution in school
curricula through which the coun-
try is now passing."
Allon was the main speaker at
the ceremony. Among those at-
tending were Weizmann Institute
President Prof. Albert B. Sabin,
Candiotty, president of Daylin,
Inc.; Amnon Barness, chairman
of the board of Daylin and pres'
dent of the Fund for Higher Edu-
cation (in Israel) who initiated
the project; and Dave Finkle, Nor-
man Albert and other ranking
Deputy Minister of Education
Avner Shaki, Hebrew University
President Avraham Harman and
Tel Aviv University President
Dr. George Wise also attended.
Prof. Sabin declared that the
expansion of the work of the Weiz-
mann Institute's Department of
Science Teaching—to be made pos-
sible by the new facilities in the
Candiotty Institute for Science
Teaching — will be of enormous
importance not only for Israel but
for many other countries through-
out the world.
It was pointed out that the
Weizmann Institute, devoted pri-
marily to research, was the first
institution in Israel to erect a
building devoted entirely to science