BUENOS AIRES (Oct. 31)
Acombined slate of all the Zionist parties swept to victory yesterday in the Buenos Aires Kehilla elections, receiving 62 percent of the total vote of 16,500. A left-wing ticket obtained 28 percent of the vote. A third ticket, formed by banking circles, received 10 percent of the vote.
The turnout was the largest in the Kehilla’s history and reflected the intense interest generated by the election campaign. Dr. Abraham Mibashan, editor and Zionist leader, who headed the winning ticket and will become president of the Kehilla pledged today that that body will support all national Jewish and Zionist aspirations, will strongly identify itself with Israel and will encourage the Hebrew language and culture in the local schools.