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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, July 14, 1950, Image 8

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ISRAEL SUPPORTS SECURITY
COUNCIL ON KOREA
(CiiMiMid frMi Obs)
dertaken to abide by the Charter
and which has based its foreign
policy, in the first place, on sup
port of the United Nations, Is
rael “is unable to agree that the
United Nations’ right to exist and
its capacity to act can be stulti
fied by the failure of any one na
tion actively to participate in its
work, be the absentee from this
camp or that,” Mr. Sharett de
clared.
In the closing hours of the de
bate Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion said that Israel would not
send legions to Korea because
the State itself is threatened with
invasion, but he felt that the Se
curity Council's action in Korea
would put off the threat of a
third world war for years. He
stated that for Israel that was
the only criterion and whether
the Government of South Korea
was good or bad was a lesser
consideration.
Mr. Sharett contended that as
a small nation which itself has
been the victim of aggression and
which is likely to be attacked
again, Israel “cannot under any
circumstances willingly reconcile
itself to the paralysis of the Un
ited Nations and the surrender
by the United Nations of its right
to intervene for the restoration
of international security and the
defense of peace on the sole
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ground that any nation has chos
en to withdraw from its coun
sels, whatever the reasons for the
absence may be, even though
they may stem from a justified
grievance.”
Mr. Sharett pointed out that
Egypt's "singular attitude" on
Korea in the Security Council
"cannot but strengthen these
grave misgivings" that Israel
may face a second round of at
tack in the near future.
Southern District of
Workmen's Circle to
Meet in Miami Beach
The Southern District of the
Workmen’s Circle will hold its
thirty-first conference and mark
the golden anniversary of the
circle during Labor Day weekend
in Miami Beach, according to
District Secretary Joseph Duntov,
who just returned from the ten
day national convention in New
York where he was district
representative.
The conclave in Miami Beach
is expected to attract several
hundred delegates from the six
southern states. There will also
be representatives from the na
tional office and English speak
ing section, as well as from the
Jewish Labor Committee. The
headquarters for the conference
will be the group’s lyceum at 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Hosts for the conference will
be Workmen’s Circle Branch 692
of Miami Beach and its Women’s
Club with Branch 699 of Miami
and its Women’s Club and the
English speaking branch 1050
participating.
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upon receipt of proof of publication of
this notice the fictitious name to-wit:
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
Friends of the family are
receiving the following invi
tation:
Mr and Mrs. Louis Paul
request the pleasure of your
company at the marriage
reception of their daughter
Phyllis Lillian
and
Mr. David Richard Lewis
on Thursday evening, the
twenty-seventh of July
at half after eight o’clock
The Garden Center
Jacksonville, Florida
PLAIN TALK
(Continued from Page One)
which was his first name. He
was Abe Levey."
It would have remained an
everlasting friendship but for the
fact that Abe Levey was swelling
up with pride as he grew more
prosperous in the shamrock busi
ness . . . “Yes, him with the big-,
gest shamrock field in Ireland
and with shamrock stores all over
the land. He was the shamrock
king and getting stuck on him
self, as they say.”
It was on a Passover occasion
when Abe Levey and this Richard
Michael O'Shaughnessy (which
was his name then) were drink
ing to the memory of Moses, the
Liberator, that Abe Levey first
brought up the idea of changing
his venerated name. Mr. O'-
Shaughnessy had given a toast
. . . "And may the holy soul of
Moses descend to free Ireland,
too" . . . Mr. O'Shaughnessy said
he had often wondered why Irish
children weren't christened Moses
out of respect for the Irish yearn
ing for liberty.
Then it was that Abe suggested
he was getting fed up on carrying
the name of Levey in Dublin.
His wife and children were com
plaining. His wife said that in
their state of life, big in the
shamrock business as they were,
Levey didn’t seem to fit them
anymore. They desired a name
that would sound accurately
Irish in Ireland. Levey was
nothing Irish.
"And, do you know. Richard,"
Abe said to Mr. O'Shaughnessy.
"we've about decided on a new
name. In your honor we are
thinking of calling ourselves O'-
Shaughnessy hereafter. It's good
old Irish and with such a name
we can be going places, befitting
our station. It's all in your
honor, Richard."
"Faith,” Mr. O’Shaughnessy re
plied. "I feel no kind of honor.
And what’s the matter with
Levey? ’Tis an older family
name than the O’Shaughnessy's.
When the O’Shaughnessys still
were barbarians in the hills the
Levites were speaking to God in
‘he Jerusalem Temple. When
the O’Shaughnessys had wooden
images and made gods of corrup
tion the Levites were bowing
their heads before the God of the
Universe, blessed be his holy
Name. Please. Abe. stay Levey.”
But Abe said his wife had made
up her mind to be an O'Shaugh
nessy hereafter. As an O'Shaugh
nessy she might get somewhere
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ISRAEL ASKS FRANCE FOR SECOND
$15,000,000 LOAN
TEL AVIV, (JTA) lsrael
has applied to France for a sec
ond $15,000,000 long-term loan,
it was revealed here this week
by the French commercial at
tache. Speaking to a press con
ference he said that the first
$15,000,000 had been granted ov
er the period of the first six
months of this year for the pur
chase of French goods.
The attache said that the appli
cation was made by David Horo
witz, Israel Under Secretary of
Finance Ministry, last week dur
ing conferences with French of
ficials. He added that the French
Finance Ministry has been order
ed to give the application im
mediate attention.
Israel’s development over the
in Dublin society but what was
there for a Levey?
Then Mr. O’Shaughnessy spoke
up firmly but with the mischiev
ous twinkle of a practical joker
. . . “Abe, if you become O’-
Shaughnessy I will turn myself
into Levey, so help me! The sa
cred name of the Levites must be
preserved in Dublin. If one
Levey goes, another must take
his place. I shall be Levey in
your place.”
"And that's how I. Richard
Michael O'Shaughnessy came to
be Levey." said the ghost in my
living room. Levey went through
with it: He turned into O'Shaugh
nessy. He was never my friend
again. When he saw me on a
Dublin street he made haste to
cross over, like a man afraid to
meet his old self. And even to
this hour in Paradise Abe O'-
Shaughnessy's eternal soul suf
fers embarrassment and hurries
over to the other side of the
wide, golden avenue whenever
he sees Richard Michael Levey
coming his way. I have never
been able to get in touch with
him."
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Friday, July 14, 1950
last two years has inspired great
confidence in France, he said,
and France is willing to assist
the Jewish state by allowing Is
rael to use capital goods of Jews
migrating to Israel for the pay
ment of French products, as well
as by purchasing all Israel goods
which can find a market in
France and facilitating French
investment in Israel industry.
The attache expressed the hope
that the France-Israel trade pact,
which has been in negotiations
for many months, will be conclu
ded soon. He said that France
will give all possible aid to the
development of Israel air and
shipping lines.
WELL KNOWN NAME
“I am sorry, Mr. Cohen,” said
the publisher, “but you see our
firm only publishes books by
well known names.”
“Well,” retorted the author,
“Cohen is a well known name.”
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