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British Government Denounced in the Unfed Xctiri We tan totle Ani zatace* who have aremed tkesr imedi'X to fleet fef Jaw rs KZJ & k* of the UssteS Xa&xOß* were freeaft to gtr* of thesr to«& asd Uwr wfeee Eritafe for** is the Xiddte Knot mkj coder ta «- sfaaghts of the 2t*z2 snsks te World W«r IL TVr «Mrt of the Arab cucstries ic that me? of 4«eoene/f peril was ok of aid and eoasfort to toose vto had ansrs to ravage asd our own eoontzy *&d the RrfeMi tote* as wdL uarf fail te Hew uttfe isjfffewsw the ready wlrtiiiUjS of * deter —Mou of the United Nations in a mOtory Christian Leader Lands Jewish Agency For Taking Measures To Insure Defense of Palestine Jews JEW YORK—Speaking tor the American C hrfctian Palestine Dr. Carl Hevmaaa Vow, Cbainnu of tke Executive Com ■Sttet vs that body, today wnwfcd “tte determination of the l»ia far Palestine to do erverytfciag wtthia legal aad ntonl b>aaJ> ivr tke jrfnae of tke Sew* ia Paiesttae who are being attacked vr Arab terrorism aad invading force*.” Pointim out that the Jewish Agency "~>A already "adopted measure* v. implement the de fense of the l*m% of Palestine, Dr. Toss decla.--: that "no other course was cv%..able to that group. "Br mmtm*, i eeislveiy to de feud the ftves 'k its people. It (the hut* Agency has transgressed WELCOME ALWAYS! J. J. DALEY. Inc. SERVICE STATION mss storage SS9 W. Forsyth fcfc (Car. Jefferson; Pbr« 4>4SIS -j ROSE LIND Jeweler At Seiler'* Watch Sfc',p 717 Park St Pk 7-4003 Rev. Bernard Jacobson MOHEL CIRCUMCISIONS A-l References 216 W. Park Are. PHONE 6902 Savannah. Ga. (Formerly New Haven, Conn.; Jim Haney's Service Station MM MK MAB«J BLVtt PHOTO 9-IMI JACKSONVILLE 1. FLA. L HOME AND auto CAB SERVICE SUPPLIES it —— l j We ere oxfitest that ocr Gor sag of renidfr te thane eteg&xr.* j* Orest Eritate respaonMu* *w the gross meoacty of arxizg sz. - eggressrre majority agaznst a Tsli »—* hddM with nfewao. te the partfcfen «f Patentee he prop <Hy h—weed. (li We Rscecritlj eaS 27X osr Gcverzmect te press fee speedy szd apceoprtate ectace 'ey the SKaitty Ccsurzf: of the Uzztec Keteca that roail serve te en force peace is the Hoe? Land * 12,* We rescestfidiy eaU Et*x ocr Gorerfl&est te lift it* embargo on tiae ifeiperestt of arms azd ma terial to the legitimate defense fortes of the Jenrjfc Agency in Palestine, azd nMltawadj to use it* inoeoiimy effective g«d office* to permit these defense f orces to ofotair access to the arms ud ecuipmert necessary for the defer** of thesr hves and freedom. * , no law, bat ob the other haad, hae acted irkoDy within the spirit of : the resofaitioß of the General Assembly of the TTaitf-d Nations i with respect to Palestine,” the Christian leader asserted. 'The “measures” taken by the Jewish Agency, to which Dr. Voss referred, were described in a state ment issued by the Jewish Agency on January 10th in which the Agency disclosed that it had made dollar credits available for the purchase of American military i •equipment for shipment to Pales- ; j tine.) i Records Broken In Jewish Bowling League Larry Schain broke the individ ual high score for three games by compiling a score of 540 to re place Harvey Jarchower who was the previous leader In the bowling league, conducted by the Jackson : vine Jewish Community Council. The Madada team broke the tea m record for one game with all five players on the team chalking U P an excellent score. The first half of the league will ** terminated next Monday night. The Jewish Center Lions team con tiw*** on top by having defeated tk* Temple Brotherhood three games in a row this past Monday. I i J | flHggr % i?^W% , .Vi".,/" * wan SBAHBO , Joseph Shipcro. weS-imerarx pfcS -1 srahrtcest and csmmszaLl fig—re I '*»* heez. tamed »w*-ri—g*- of the , Golds: Jsbne* Dimas of the . Umted IchtTttdser Tesfcivcsh, adh—l reSef azd edaratacna igesnsy. to te beii February 15th. ' at the Hostel Astor. Ks Tort The dimer is temg tendered is [ hocer of Rater. Joseph Isesr Sdasasofeß, ■sic ha* tees, heat off the grace their fotrxt mg sftj T-arf ago s. The ggadatios as dedicated te ■ orthodtac rehg-oci maia*- ■ taaaaag IS3 kscoj throughost the : v«M ete provadmg 4»j children ■ with arrirg eseziiai* in ad-Stioei 1 to free achoSargape Jewish Militia Can Check Arab Sabotage Postfif oiit that it is essential that a Jewish rrihtia be establish ed a* sown as possib-k. is order to check Arab sabotage of the U. X. leeawr, Xosbe Shenok stated: ‘This means authority to form it. to issue arms and equip it arrf to provide financial aid te tide it over the tracstior. period. The formatter, of a militia la essentially a state responsibility. Once the state has become a going concern, naturally it will assume fully the financial burden involved in the maintenance of this armed force. "But the problem with which we are today confronted is to prepare for the assumption of state respon sibility and have the militia fuHv j ready for the day on which full (responsibility would devolve on us. Now we have to do it while de prived of the source* of govern mental revenue and we believe our selves to be entitled to claim through the channels of the U. X., financial assistance to tide us over this period and to enable us to dis charge the responsibility when it - materializes. "With regard to the issue of arms, what we would like to see is a clear U. N. policy of universal application,” Shertok continued. “The problem will not be solved by an indiscriminate embargo on« • arms. The problem will certainly not be solved by an embargo im posed on one country while other countries continue to trade freely in arms. We are in this respect placed at a very great disadvant- WE FEED THE MULTITUDES mmnaSiuikmiymmtiuHsbistHE^^HL 100 PER C?NT OWNED and OPERATED IN JACKSONVILLE. ALL OUR PROFITS SPENT IN JACKSONVILLE! Thirteen Beautiful Stores THERE IS ONE NEAR YOU 1h« B—wlftrlrtTf-HißCwhibutjoßs npqjl fflL 1 ft fej E&wgifl Ik iM p; mHh m, jji Ilk. | Ilk 1 WL & M 9| I !.■■—l; rLeft to rigkt: William L. Goldberg. President of the Rabbi Jacca Jcsepi'! School Alumni Association. Professor Oscar I. Janowrsfcy. Or. Alexander! Sachs. Judge Simon H. Rif kind and Irving M. Bumm, Preside-! o' the 1 Rabbi Jacob Joseph School.) Judge Simon H. Rifkind. Dr. Alexander Sachs, and Professor Oscar I. Janowsky receive the Cup of Recognition as they are Installed ia the Honorary Society “Sinai," created by the Alumni Association of the Rabbi Jacob Joseph School : to honor the more illustrious of the graduates of that school. Each one of these honored studied in and graduated from the Rabbi Jacob Joseph School. The presentation •as made at the 47th Annual Din ner of the Rabbi Jacob Joseph School in the Waldorf Astoria Ho tel by its President. Irving 51. Bucim and the President of the Alumni Association. William L. Goldberg tn the presence of Mayor ! William O'Dwyer, Comptroller Laz ■ arus Joseph, representative mem ‘hers of the Golding Family and over 1300 guests. __ The citations read as~ fellows'? Judge Simon H. Rifkind—“for your achievements as a profound Jurist, brilliant scholar, and a loyal public servant; and more particu larly for your recent achievements as Adviser to General Eisenhower on Jewish affairs in the European age through not being a state as yet and having to face on the other side a number of states pledged to the defeat of U. N. policy. These states are able to use state finances and state ma chinery for the free and unre stricted purchase of arms in the markets of many countries with the intention of subsequently turn ing over those arms to clandestine military organizations charged with the task of subverting and defeating U. N. policy in Pales tine.” I»tj 23. uj Theatre” Vou have” helped relieve! and rescue a great nuts her of the ; forgotten and forsaken irr.org our j unfortunate brethren “ J Professor Oscar L Jauowsky h| “for your achievements as p'ofts-’i sor of history ia the College of the, City of New York, as author of»: great number of books on Minoru; j rights and Good-Neighbor policy, within the nations of the world.'j and more particularly as Adviser, to James G. McDonald on the proh-,; lem of Minorities and persona You have substantiated Biblical precept. shall love the, Sojourner’." Dr. Alexander Sachs—“for yourL achievements as a world renowned economist, thinker and scholar, tad more particularly for your contri bution of Atomic Energy to our country. You have been the entre preneur on this historic project t» bring the plan and execution of the plan, to President Roosevelt, ion have shortened the war and has tened the peace! We pray that your accomplishments will prove a to a peaceful world.” SPEAKS IN JAX (Continued from Page One) appeared before more than 25v Zionist districts, brotherhoods, sisterhoods, Jewish Centers, and similar organizations, and every where created a sensation. He utilized the recent summer months to return to Palestine again, and cycled through the country and surrounding Arab lands. He noff returns to the American lecture platform with a fresh store of anecdotes and personal experiences.