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Friday, April 24, 1953
The Southern Jewish Weekly
An Independent Paper Serving American Citizena of Jewish Faith
rhi« newspaper seeks to serve the Jewish communities of”the South~with
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Edited and Published by ISADORE MOSCOVITZ, B.S.J.
Subscription, one year $3.00; two years, $5.00.
Upon expiration, unless notified to the contrary,
subscriptions are continued.
P. 0. BOX 5588 PHONE 98-1523 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Entered as Second-Class Matter, at Office.
Jacksonville, Florida, Under Act of March 3, 1879
Member, Amcricsn Associstiori of NcwsnAnprc +u n
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'‘The Oldest and Most Widely Circulated Jewish Publication
in this territory”
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Israel’s sth Anniversary
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The five ’years which have moved past so swiftly have
brought great chances to the people of Israel, to their home
and to their very land. Since 1948, hundreds of thousands of
new settlers have been absorbed into the country’s economy,
not without pain, suffering, and physical hardships, but still
in an orderly and humanitarian fashion which has done
honor to the finest Jewish traditions.
Israel is a cross-section of the Jewish people, its citizens
having come together from almost every country in the world
which has a Jewish community. Ancient Jewish tradition, the
memory of common experiences in the Diaspora, and a com
mon aspiration for Jewish emancipation—these are the uni
fying factors which have produced, in a remarkably short
time, an advanced degree of national unity and self-discipline
strong enough to carry the State through the difficult trials of
emergence to independence and defense against aggression.
However, the varied origin of the citizens of Israel is
still apparent in every aspect of life: the multiplicity of lan
guages spoken and read by the new immigrants, variety of
dress, wide divergencies in styles of living, habits, attitudes to
religious practice and the idioms of cultural expression. Many
years will pass before a synthesis of all these divergencies
emerges in a common form of cultural and social expression.
It is our profound hope that a new era of peace between
Israel and its neighboring Arab states—and progress for the
entire area—will begin during the coming months, and that
our own Government will strive for the attainment of these
goals.
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PHONE 4-3711 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Last Sunday night many Jewish
communities throughout the world
celebrated the fifth anniversary of
the Stale of Israel. Americans, ac
customed to thinking of themselves
as a young nation as compared with
the old countries of Europe, find it
hard to realize that the infant land
of Israel, born in strife and forced
to withstand the onslaughts of half
a dozen invading armies, has already
weathered five action-packed years
and is now accepted almost univer
sally as a full-fledged member of the
family of nations.
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THI SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
LETTERS
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WEDiTbR
HARRIS LUBEL ;•
2Vz N. Lawrence St.
Mobile, Ala.
April 18, 1953
Editor, Sou. Jewish Weekly
P. O. Box 5588
Jacksonville 7, Fla.
Dear Major Moscovitz:
We want to thank you for your
complimentary words announcing
our golden wedding anniversary
and for printing the picture wnicn
our daughter sent you.
Numerous friends called us
after the write-up appeared in
your valuable newspaper which
has such a splendid circulation in
this area. We’ve received com
ments from many of your readers
throughout the Southeast.
Again thanking you, and wish
ing you the best of good fortune
for your splendid paper, we are
Sincerely yours,
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Lubel
ENS. JAY COHEN
U. S. Naval Hospital
Philadelphia, Pa.
April 18,1953
Dear Major: I
I am fresh back from KorSa and
Japan. I have many interesting
experiences and observations to
relate and wonder if you would
commission me to write my report
from Pusan and Yokosuka as you
did Herb Sohn’s excellent reports
from Israel after he left Jackson
ville.
I am in good health again
though still recuperating at the
U. S. Naval Hospital here.
There’s a special story I would
like to write about real heroism
about an Atlanta boy, Lt. Asher,
USMC. His exploits were sensa
tional.
Please let me hear from you.
With best wishes and kindest
personal regards, I am,
Sincerely yours,
Jay Cohen
(Editor’s Note: Jay Cohen will
be remembered as the author of
several excellent poems published
in this newspaper, which’ he
served in our advertising depart
ment prior to being called into
military service. We are looking
forward to his articles.)
U. N. Sidelights
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Mrs. Golda Myersun, Israel’s
Labor Minister, came, spoke and
conquered at the United Nation’s
debate on the Communist anti-
Jewish policy . . . Her appearance
had a dramatic effect . . . Some
delegations, after listening to Mrs.
Myerson’s presentations, thought
it a very good idea to have women
as Cabinet members . . . Inciden
tally, some were under the mis
taken impression that Mrs. Myer
son came to the United Nations
session as permanent head of the
Israeli delegation . . . This was
not the case . . . The permanent
head is Ambassador Abba Eban ..
Mrs. Myerson’s mission was limit
ed to the present session of the
U. N. Assembly, primarily to the
debate on the new Soviet anti-
Jewish policy.
Colored Property?
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BY BORIS SMOLAR
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Horowitz, until recently Director General of Israel’s
Finance Ministry . . . The author, who actively participated in
the United Nations session at Lake Success at which the parti
tion decision was voted five years ago, partly lifts the curtain
on behind-the-scenes activities at that historic session ... He
reveals fascinating facts which have not been made known
till now . . . One of the most interesting revelations is of how
Israel won the Negev at Lake Success . . . The American
delegation, influenced by the British, had decided against the
inclusion of the Negev in the Jewish State ... And the head of
the U. S. delegation, Herschel Johnson, was in the midst of
breaking the sad news to Moshe Sharett in the delegates’
lobby some 30 minutes before announcing it to the U. N. ses
sion . . . While Johnson was speaking to Sharett, one of his
aides told him he was wanted on the telephone . . . Johnson
refused to break off his conversation with Sharett at this
delicate moment . . . But, he quickly changed his mind when
his aide wispered to his ear: “The President, sir.” . . . After
spending 20 minutes in the telephone booth, Johnson emerged
and indicated to Sharett that the U. S. delegation would vote
to support Israel’s claim to the Negev ... Israel’s struggle for
its frontiers at the United Nations thus ended in victory due
to a timely telephone call from Truman who had promised
Dr. Weizmann that the Negev would be part of the Jewish
state . . . There were other critical moments for Israel at the
United Nations during which Truman personally stepped in—
against the will of the State Department—and saved the situa
tion . . . Mr. Horowitz also has much to reveal about the
stand of the Soviet delegation on the issue of voting for the
establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine . . . And he
tells very interesting, hitherto unknown details, of how it
came about that Moscow surprised the world by voting in
favor of the historic partition resolution which brought about
the creation of Israel...
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CAMP BELLE AIRE
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„ SPARTA, TENNESSEE
For Boy* and Girls Juniors lntermediates Seniors
Swimming sarf board water skiing fencing archery tennis,
Canoeing baseball volley ball dancing aesthetic dancing folk
dancing art art and crafts photography dramatics riflery
badminton horseback riding charm school football basketball
ping pong nature lore trips out fishing.
Tuition 1953 Camp Season (June 28 through August 23) $450 for 8 weeks
or 8250 for four weeks (June 28th to July 26th or from July 26th to
August 23rd)
For further information contact BEA (MRS. REUBEN) KOMISAR,
owner-director, Woodmont Btvd. (Near 23rd Ave. So.)
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
BEHIND THE SCENES
Israel’s Fifth Anniversary is now being ob
served by Jewish communities throughout
the world, including the United States . . .
Those who want to know to what extent the
United States Government —and especially
former President Truman —was responsible
for the establishment of Israel, should read
“State in the Making,” just published
by Knopf ..... It is a book by David
(Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)
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