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December 19, 1975 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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Mrs. ldelson's Work Recalled on Behalf of Israel; Zionism

Pioneer Women's groups
and related Labor Zionist
organizations are paying
tribute to the memory of
Beba Idelson whose pioneer-
ing efforts in the Jewish
homeland gave her an indel-
ible place in Zionist history.
Born in the Ukraine, Mrs.
Idelson was for more than
40 years a leader in the
Moetzet Frapoalot — Pi-
oneer Women's sister organ-
ization in Israel.
She organized the Histad-
rut's first census of Jewish
workers. Nominated to be a
Kupat Holim supervisor,
Ake became more and more
_.Wtive in Moetzet Hapoalot
becoming its general secre-
tary in 1930.
She helped develop the
Pioneer Women organiza-
tion throughout the world,

Tucker-
Grant

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presents

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SPIRIT OF

'76

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BEBA IDELSON

and as a member of the
Histadrut executive and of
its Court of Honor she par-
ticipated in numerous
Zionist congresses and
made a name for herself as
a highly responsible na-
tional leader.
After. Israel gained its
independence, she took her
place in many of the coun-
try's executive councils — as
member of the Provisional
State Council in 1948, Mem
ber of Knesset, chairman of
the Committee on the State
Flag and Emblem and a
member of the Labor and
Security and Foreign Af-
fairs Committees. She was
appointed a Deputy Speaker
of the Knesset o.,p Aug. 5,
1950.
She initiated and helped

to enact numerous laws to
better the status of women
in Israel. National insur-
ance rights for housewives,
full legal rights for children
born out of wedlock, inde-
pendent income tax returns,
and the Equalizing Wages
Bill, were among her
achievements.
'She was greatly con-
cerned with advancing the
rights of Arab women in
Israel and it was due to
her efforts that definite
progress has been
achieved in this direction.

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Nominated "Mother of
the Year" in 1968, a pro-
lific writer in local and
foreign publications, past
chairman of the National
Council of Women's Or-
ganizations, Beba retired
in the summer of 1974,
after 50 years of Zionist
and social endeavor.

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mist, who died two years
ago.

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Son of U.S. Olim
Freed in Saigon

JERUSALEM (JTA) --
Beyla and Gershon Feigon,
olim from the U.S., have
just learned that their son,
Larry, has been released
from imprisonment in Sai-
gon where he was arrested
when Communist forces
took over the South Viet-
namese capital early this
year. He is.expected to join
them and his sister, Zvia, in
Jerusalem shortly. •
The Feigons, who came
here from New York, re-
ceived word from the U.S.
Embassy in Bangkok, Thai-
land that their son was alive
and well despite his ordeal._
•But only after they spoke to
him• by telephone did his
father go to the Western
Wall to offer a prayer of
thanks.
Larry Feigon, 33, was one
of 42 Americans who were
unable to escape from Sai-
gon when victorious Viet-
cong and North Vietnamese
forces entered that city.
The Communist authori-
ties accused him of work-
ing for the CIA, although
Feigon, an economist, in
sisted he was a teacher
working in Bangkok who
happened to be in Saigon
by chance when it fell.
The younger Feigon, who
worked for the Latin Ameri-
can department of the
Chase Manhattan Bank in
New York, came to Israel
shortly after the Six-Day
War where he worked as a
volunteer in a kibutz.

The Bible can never be un-
derstood, unless through
the medium of the language
in which it was •originally
written,-and the spirit by
which it was dictated. He-
brew is so pregnant and rich
in sense that no translation
can do it justice.
William L. Roy



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