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Friday, March 16, 1956
UJA Gels $16,870,000 at Dinner
Honoring Sen. Lehman
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Contributions totaling $11,037,000 for the
regular 1956 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal and $5,833,000
for its emergency Special Fund were made here recently in tribute
to Senator Herbert H. Lehman who was honored by the UJA at a
dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel for his leadership in humani
tarian causes. More than 1.000 Jewish communal leaders from all
parts of the United States attended the affair.
A new immigrant village carry
ing Sen. Lehman’s name will be
established in Israel it was an
nounced at the dinner. It will be
located in the Ashkelon district
and will be populated by immi
grant families now arriving from
North Africa. A scroll to this ef
fect, lettered in English and He
brew, was presented to Sen. Leh
man by Edward .M. M. Warburg,
president of the UJA. The docu
ment was signed for the UJA by
Mr. Rosenwald, Mr. Warburg and
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, the
Appeal’s executive vice-chairman;
and by Dr. Nahum Goldmann and
Berl Licker, chairman of the Jew
ish Agency.
Lehman Scores U. S. Middle East
Policy; Urge* Arms for Israel
Sen. Lehman, in his address at
the dinner, scored American pol
icy in the Middle East. He de
scribed as "folly" the United
States policy of as
between the Arab States and Is
rael, and the policy of seeking "to
draw one and then the other of
the Arab States into our complex
pattern of world politics," as in
the Baghdad Pact. "We have
reaped from some of the Arab na
tions, for all our so-called impar
tiality, a harvest of hostility and
anti-Western agitation," he de
clared. "And we set the stage for
the direct entry of the Soviet
Union into the very center of the
scene. We have made it doubly
easy for the Communists, and
doubly hard for ourselves."
American policy, he stressed,
has served “to give the Israelis a
shattering sense of isolation, a
feeling of having been abandoned
and left to shift for .themselves,
though surrounded' by deadly en
emies bent on their destruction.”
Instead of basing “our policy on
the bed-rock facts of the Middle
East.today, the grinding poverty,
unrest and instability of the Arab
States, and the dynamism democ
racy and stability of Israel,” Sen.
Lehman declared, this country’s
policy Is one of pious phrases
about peace, meaningless senti
ments about impartiality, and
mechanical calculations of naive
military strategy.”
Senator Lehman warned that
the United States must not let the
Arab States "fall pray to Com
munist-type revolutions or to
Communist intrigue" and stressed
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that "we must' concentrate with
all our might on helping them to
resolve their basic problems." At
the same time, he declared, "Israel
must be assured of security and
territorial integrity. Her fears of
aggression must be quited. and
the sabre rattling that now re
sounds through the area, on both
sides, must be stilled."
He listed the following three
point plan which he offered as
America’s “answer to Soviet in
trusion” in the Middle East: 1.
A security pact with Israel, but
open to all her neighbors; 2. Arms
for Israel, as long as 1 arms are
needed to maintain the present
precarious balance of forces; 3.
Large-scale and long-range econ
omic aid to the Arab States and
to Israel. In the meantime, he
called for strong support of both
the United Jewish Appeal and
State of Israel Bonds in behalf of
“embattled and endangered Israel,
and Jews in other parts of the
world.
Eban. Warns Summer May Bring
Arab War Against Israel
Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban
told the UJA leaders that Arab
truculence against Israel, bolster
ed by “the uncritical support of
the Soviet Union” and aggravated
by both Soviet and British arms
shipments to Egypt, have placed
Israel in imminent danger of at
tack and aggression which may
come “by the summer of this
year.” Added to this danger, he
emphasized, is the fact that there
are no “effective guarantees cap
able of deterring an aggressor or
re-assuring his prospective vic
tim.”
Mr. Eban called, first, as a mat
ter of "paramount urgency," for a
strengthening of Israel's defenses,
"especially in the air," terming
this a "basic military deterrent"
which could "preclude a conflict
in the summer of this year." Sec
ondly. he urged the western world
"to dispel the (danger of conflict
and to relieve mutual fears by
proclaiming in solemn, public,
compelling contractural terms its
determination to help resist any
change of the existing frontier by
force." Lastly, he called for a
"sincere advocacy and pursuit of
a peace settlement" but stressed
that "such a settlement will sure
ly not be obtained by inviting
little Israel to become still smaller
in order that the vast Arab Em
pire should further expand."
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
In Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, Duval County,
Florida, In Chancery
No. 91920-E
Division - c
Michael Pietrasanta, et al„
Plaintiffs
Frank D. Walker, et ux, et al.,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
The State of Florida—
To: G. Carl Knabb, Moniac, Georgia
You are hereby notified that a suit
has been filed against you and Frank
D. Walker and Cecile W. Walker, his
wife; Gertrude Knabb, as Executrix of
the Last Will and Testament of L.
Knabb, deceased; Gertrude Knabb,
Ralph E. Knabb, and Ruby S. Brown,
Joseph N. Polke and Edna Lee Polke,
his wife, in the above entitled cause;
and you are hereby required to file
your answer with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff or plaintiff’s attor
ney, whose name and address is:
Goldstein & Goldstein, 1209 Florida
Title Building, Jacksonville. Florida,
not later than April 2nd, A. D. 1956.
If you fail to do so, decree pro con
fesso will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
The nature of said suit being for
Quieting Title on the following de
scribed property, situate in Duval
County, Florida:
Parcel No. 1
Part of Lots 3 and 4, Diven’s Subdi
vision, according to Plat recorded in
Deed Book “AH ”, Page 70 of the for
mer public records of Duval County,
Florida, and being more particularly
described as follows: Commencing at
a point in the Northerly right of way
line of Beach Boulevard (as now estab
lished,) where said line intersects the
Easterly line of Lot 5 of said Divens
Subdivision and running thence North
70° 52’ 50” West along said Northerly
right of way line of Beach Boulevard,
416.26 feet to a point of curve of a
curve concave to the North, having a
radius of 2,101.05 feet; thence running
along said curve in the Northerly right
of way line of Beach Boulevard, North
69* 51’ West, 75.85 feet (chord distance
and bearing); thence continuing along
said curve. North 67° 27’ 30” West, 100
feet (chord distance and bearing), for
the point of beginning; thence continu
ing along said curve, North. 64° 59’ 30”
West, 100 feet (chord distance and
bearing) to a point in said Northerly
right of way line; thence run North
27° 08’ 30” East, 108.60 feet; thence
South 60° 37’ 30” East, 100 feet; thence
South 27° 08’ 30” West 100.82 feet to
the point of beginning; being a part of
the same land described in instrument
recorded in Deed Book 865, page 51,
current public records of Duval Coun
ty, Florida.
Parcel No. 2.
• Part of Lots 3 and 4, Diven’s Subdi
vision, according to Plat recorded in
Deed Book ’’AW’, Page 70 of the for
mer public records of Duval County,
Florida, and being more particularly
described as follows: Commencing at
a point in the Northerly right of way
line of Beach Boulevard (as now estab
lished), where said line intersects the
Easterly line of Lot 5 of said Diven’s
Subdivision and running thence North
70° 52’ 50” West along the said North
erly right of way line of Beach Boule
vard, 416.26 feet to a point of curve of
a curve concave to the North, having a
radius of 2,101.05 feet; thence along
said curve in the Northerly right of
way line of Beach Boulevard, North
69° 51’ West 75.85 feet (chord distance
and bearing); thence continuing along
said curve. North 67° 27’ 30” West, 100
feet to a point; thence continuing along
said curve North 64° 59’ 30” West 100
feet (chord distance and bearing) to a
point in said Northerly right of way
line; thence North 27° 08’ 30” East 158.6
feet for the point of beginning; thence
continuing North 27° 08’ 30” East, 50
feet; thence South 60° 37’ 30” East 100
feet; thence South 27® 08’ 30” West 50
feet; thence North 60° 37’ 30” West 100
feet to the point of beginning, being a
part of the same land described in in
strument recorded in Deed Book 865,
Page 51, current public records of
Duval County, Florida. ,
Witness my hand and the seal of said
Court at Jacksonville, Florida, this 23rd
day of February, A. D. 1956.
LEONARD W. THOMAS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By E. H. Griffin, Deputy Clerk
Goldstein & Goldstein
1205 Florida Title Bldg.
(March 2,9, 16, 23, 1956)
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned intends to register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Duva\
County, Florida, in accordance with the
Fictitious Name Statute of Florida, the
following fictitious name under which
her business is carried on, to-wit:
RAY’S JEWELERS
321 Main Street
Jacksonville, Fla.
Tessie Portnoy Borkson
Sole Owner
Goldstein & Goldstein
Attorneys at Law
Florida Title Building
Jacksonville, Florida
March 9, 16, 23, 30, 1956.
In Tbe County Judge’s Court
In And For Duval County, Florida
* File No. 21454-D
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL P. PINKOSON,
Deceased.
, FINAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned on the 18th day of Janu
ary A. D. 1956, filed a final accounting
of his administration of the estate of
Samuel P. Pinkoson, deceased, and no
tice is further given that after publica
tion of this notice, once each week for
four consecutive weeks, application
will be made to the Honorable Mc-
KENNEY J. DAVIS, County Judge of
Duval County, Florida, for the ap
proval of said accounting and for final
discharge of the undersigned as Execu
tor of said estate. ,
M. W. Goldstein
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of Samuel P.
Pinkoson, Deceased.
First published on: February 24, 1956.
(Feb. 24, March 2,9, 16, 1956)
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