The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 22, 1968 · Page 14
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 22, 1968
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14-Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 22, 1968 Thoughts On Christmas Mrs. Johnson forthcoming, said. He Uses Arts In His Ministry irk i j 4'Hiuli C2L 1 ifv i) Hi A I ns - NEW YORK - Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson today heralded her family's last Christmas in the White House as "a special time of joy for us. We look forward to going home . . . home for Lyndon to start afresh." "A glorious chapter in our lives is drawing to a close, but an exciting new one is waiting to be opened," the First Lady said. "There is a special feeling of closeness to friends and family, and reflections on jobs done with heart and hope, and expectations about times Washington my thoughts turn back to some of my favorite memories of the thirty-four years we have lived in this Capital City." Mrs. Johnson said. "So many changes have been w rought in our lives we have lived in this house. Our number has grown to include a handsome husband for each of our daughters and a whole new generation. Truly, we count our blessings, for as we have grown older, our children and theirs have renewed our youth." "We look forward to going home, with its fields of wild-flowers to renew us. and home for Lyndon to start afresh and participate in that process which has always been among his first priorities education. He eagerly looks forward to having time for family and self and also perhaps to teaching once again and helping young people prepare for their future." . "This Christmas season the last we will spend in Not many people run claim artistic oricins in the Iowa Button and I'leatinc Co.. but the liev. Kuyene I.undberg. pastor of the Communitv Covenant Church of Hoyal Palm Beach, put in manv hours of practice making quilt patterns 1 there when he was a young man Perhaps the birds and Bible scenes which he did at the time helped determine his I ut lire career. Inlluenced by special meetings at his church, he decided he would better serve humanity as minister than as artist or singer, another talent, and attended North Park Seminary in Chicago. His artistic ability a as a boon in college because it enabled him to pay his way by painting murals on calete-ria walls. A full-fledged minister at last, he combined the ministry, art. and singing lor ten years of what he describes as "a wandering minstrel lile." Working with Biblical subjects, he taught congregations bv creating chalk drawings and singing religious music. One of his paintings was recently sold and the proceeds donated to the Tommy-Jimmy Kund. His own congregation will be treated to this unique approach to religion when he presents a program this evening at 7:30 at the church. Anyone interested may attend. Members of the Women's (iuild will serve refreshments following the program. GATHERING THE FLOCK - The Rev. Eugene Lundberg, pastor of the Community Covenant Church, Royal Palm Beach, has a unique method for attracting a congregation to church pews. He discusses a religious verse or song while making a chalk drawing illustrating the event. He also sings hymns. HAS THE Speaker Discloses Arab Support For Israeli Jews I WIGLETS s9' FALLS s28' E.S.A . our wonderful idea for November shoppers! l 1 Go with V I Glitter and x I Fresh new styling and design to fit your individual needs. Hairpieces of the finest quali- jYy ty to enhance your clothes styling and you. Corns n. Choose from our vast array xVWl ' ; f IV Glamour ! I j p Junior... If Sl W" rea"y r '" ' ; I stop them in this i l ' 1 beautiful figure inoperative since the massacre bv Arabs of 7ti doctors and nurses on their way to serve. The British stood by and did nothing." Mrs. liar-David said sadlv. and we could hear the whole thing. The husband ol lie ol the nurses was with us. imagine what agonv he went through." The hospital will be used primarily lor Arabs. "We hope the Arabs will believe us and not the propaganda, we want them to know our aim is good." She says every Israeli is looking forward to peace with all Arabs. One of the amazing things about Israel is that there is no tear. "We all realize that it isn t tor ourselves we are living, but to save the Jewish race. It is our goal in life." .die .said proudly. She feels that of all races, the Jews have reason to light tor their wav of life. "Despite our loyalties, abilities, and achievements in many of the lands in which we have dwelt, we were ultimately driven out bv scorn, inquisitions, or annihilations." Mrs. Bar-David was born in Canada, but because of her parents' interest in Zionism, the tanulv eventually went to Israel During the Second World War. she married Jaap Ha i David, a Dutch settler who had come to Palestine. By PHYLLIS MCIXTYRE Staff Writer When Mahmoud. an Arab, said that Abraham was the great grandfather of both Arabs and Jew s, he was expressing a sentiment felt bv most Israeli Jews. But there are other Arabs not living in Israel who do not share his feelings. A lew moments alter he made the statement, it was announced on TV that Arab terrorists had bombed Jews waving at the Tomb of Abraham in Hebron. "The only thing those Arabs don't realize," Mrs. Molly Bar-David explained, "is that it is other Arabs who usually turn them in." Mrs. Bar-David was the guest speaker at lladassah's Education Day at Temple Israel Wednesday She came to 'ell of Israeli courage and the amazing fact ol support from Arabs tor Israeli programs. "The schoolbooks ot Arab children in the (iaza Strip are tilled with anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda, but the Arabs who live under our protection are our friends. Their living conditions are better than any other Arabs except sheiks. 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