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LAKE SUCCESS , S*hiTc**y. — Feversal of America's a ttit -uc-fe toward s the establishment in Palestine of a Jewish State and an Ara b
State was announced to the Security Council yesterday, on the
termination of the Fig Four Talks , by Senator Warren Austin , who
suggested a temporary Trusteeshio for Palestine pending a final
settlement. He also recommended a soeciai session of the U.N.
General Assembly to review the whole problem, with fhe Palestine Commission meanwhile instructed to suspend its activities
connected with Partition.

A gang of more than 400 Arabs attacked Har Tuv
settl ement yesterday afternoon, but was beaten off in a
fierce engagement which claimed the lives of at least 20
TEL, AVTV . Saturday. — The Arabs. Shooting at Har Tuv began early in the morning,
Haganah remained in occupa- and by noon the Arabs had approached thc outer defences. WA SHINGTON, S a t u r d a y
tion of a J. N.F. farm at Beit They set fire to the unfinished Shimshon cement factory .
(UP ) . — The U.S., Brita in and
Dejan after an all-night battle
Saturday
France have asked Russia to LAKE SUCCESS,
Several of the defenders of
when Jewish reinforcements the settlement were wounded.
(Pa l cor). — The American
agree
to
amend
the
Italian
Peace
routed Arab attackers.
proposals were described as
By X p.m. the area was reTreaty, in order to return the "a shocking reversal' by Rabbi
The attack s-tarted at 7 p.m. ported quiet
yesterday
when a militar y
free territory
of Trieste
to Abba Hillel Silver , when lie
Meanhile , Arabs in the area
jeep was parked by four Arabs
Ita ly. A copy of the U.S. Note addressed the Security Counhave stated t h a t the gang*
in front of ithe gate. Soon after ,
Palestine Post Bureau
was also sent to Yugoslavia. The cil on behalf of t h e Jewish
it exploded and damaged part of which killed 11 Jews near
Agency yesterday.
parked in front of the gate H n r Tuv on Thursday had HAIFA , Saturday. — In a re- Three Powers will now submit to
Up to the past few days, the
come
from
Hebron
.
exploded and damaged part of
prisal raid on Arab transport for the S ecurity Council, for its spokesman of the U.S. delegaTho
bodies
of
the
11
men,
China and France jrave genera l support to the TT .S., hut
the building, which was accuthe murder of four Jews and five approval ,
M . Gromyko, for K ussLi , p o i n t i ng out t h a t Mr. A ustin coiiid
arrangements
on tion had tol d the Counci l t h a t
pied by the Jewish defenders. defenders of a convoy, were
not speak for the K ig \ our , look exception bot h to The
near here
on Trieste "to be j ointly agreed bis Government stood fi rmly byThe Jews who had moved found by Police, who were British soldiers
Partition , and both , the PresiAmerica n proposals an d to i h e reasons a d v a nced tor them,
back to other positions when aided by local Arabs. Three Thursday, fifteen Arabs were upon."
dent and the Secretary of
lin: ish reaction to th e now s i t u a t i o n , w h i c h did not
the j eep approached , were un- of t h e bodies were charred. killed and three were wounded
come a s a surprise to W h i i e h a l i , was c o n t a i n e d in a ColonIn their Note, the three powers Sl ate bad within recent weeks
The dead are Shaab Mazliah ,
hurt.
ial O f f i c e announcement t o d a y t h a t B r i t a i n stood by its dethat
Kuzinski, Mordecai on the Haifa Nakura road yes- recalled that during the discus- repeatedl y m a i n ta i n e d
The Arabs th en attacked the N a t h a n
th e American position on Par- TEI, AVIV , Saturd ay . — 'The im- cision to surrender the M a n d a t e by May 15 and to remove
Lipkin
Israel
Kovalski
Haim
,
,
terday morning.
mediat e establishment of a JewJewish positions from orange
sions on the Italian Peace Treaty, til ion
remained
unaltered , ish (' ovM-nment was ur-eed b y its t roops by A u g u s t .1. Jn a d d i t i o n , however, an "authorgroves surrounding the farm Rubovitz , Yehuda Oshinski,
they
had
maintained
The
Arabs
that
Trieste
tbe
Palestine I>abour Partl y (Ma- itative source " is quoted as saying t h a t since new discustravelling
said
Rabbi
Silver.
in
two
,
Zeinfeld ,
Shimshon
and attem pted to storm them Yosef
"We are at an ntter loss to pa!) at a meeting; here t o n i «h t . sions on Palestine would now i>e needed . Britain was pre1 he meeting- was attended by Mr.
Jewish reinforcements were Kat npinski , Asher Our .j i , Itz- trucks on their way from Zeeh should remain an Italian city be
understand t h e reason for this Ben (itirion and Mrs. Goldiie Myer- pared to take part in t h e m .
ambushed, but fought their h a k '.I> *vy, and Shabatai Miz- village to Acre, were stopped by cause of its overwhelmingly Ital
The Jewish reaction v.- .is given to the Secu rity Counci l by
amazing reversal , which will son .
rahi.
way through. At 4 a.m. they
a Jewish truck which blocked ian population. Russia , however , ' bring confusion , is likely to
The Party called for imcreased Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver , who noclared that the General AssemThe
bodies
were
taken
as
reached the battle-field , and
for the .le/wish security bly 's decision for P a r t i t i o n re main p -d valid for the Jewish people,
The Arab vehicles had objected, and in order to lea d to increased violence in training:
found that the Arabs had pe- far as the Romema Quarter by their path.
forces , settlement of thc tfli ssident "who will move f o rw a r d in the spirit of that res olution and will
Palestine,
and
will
incalculabproblem , and continued i i m m i^r a netrated into the courtyard of the A rmy, and then transfer- were forced off the road and, ac- obtain a Peace Treaty for Ital y,
do everything dictated by considerations of national survival. "
ly hurt the prestige and au- tion to frontier settlement ..
the Jewish building. They in- red to Red Shiel d ambulances cording to official reports , their the U.S., Britain and France had
The Security Council will meet again on Wednesday a fterthority of the U.N ., for whose
flicted heavy casualties among which took them to the Bikur occupants were ordered
noon
at 5.30 ( Palestine Time.).
eventuall
y
agreed
to
create
a
free
out by a
effectiveness the President of
the Arabs who then fled. Jew- Ho lim and Shaarei Zedek HosReporting to the Security
party of about 50 Jews and then territory of Trieste , in the hope the U.S . pleaded again as reish sources reported that non e pitals .
Council
on the Big Four talks,
"
cently
as
Wednesday.
that it would guarantee, with the
of the Haganah men was hurt. ¦ The Arab gang which njt- fired on.
said t h a t they had
Mr.
Austin
the Jewish convoy
Threat By Memher States
A number of Arab dead and ¦acked
Both trucks were set afire and cooperation of all parties concernasked tae Palestine CommisIt was clear , continued Rabwounded were seen being re- stole a 15 cwt. Police truck .
sion whether ;it had found ened, the independence of the peo- bi Silver , that the reason for
moved in two ambulances this Xo. M.oSfdP, from the Artuf destroyed , and the Jews are reBy GJCOROK L,ICHTH1EIM
ough acceptance of Partition
le
of
the
area
Stati
on
ported
to
have
p
including
Palestine
Post
Corrospo
ii
tbnt
withdrawn
the
scrapping
,
and
detained
its
Po,
city
the
U.N
in
the
morning.
. decision
By JTCSSE ZKT, *LrRIK .
by the Jews, Arabs and the
Palestine Post (' orrcsp .i i i ' lent
Today British troops arrived lice occupants in Ayoub vil- direction of Ga 'aton settlement. of Trieste. They had now decid- was the threat on the part of I
Mandatory to a f f o r d a bas,is for

WhiteT
LONDON,
Saturday.
>*ome member-States to alter
and uprooted trees in orange lage over night , accordin g to
'implementation. LA Kid SI r( ESS, S a t u r d a y .
its ,pcaceful
Among
the Arab dead are, ed to ask for the return of t h a t
derision
hy
groves from which the Arabs ¦in official statement. The veviolence . hall had been aware for some The answer had been "No/' — Idle fight to m a i n t a i n the
dicle was returned to the Po- Hassan Mohammed Raj ah , 28, Trieste for the following reasons: "This will be a fateful capi- time of the U.S. intention to pro- though Lhe Jews generally ac- politica l v a l i d i t y of the Nohad attacked.
(1) the discussions of th«-> Se-cTirity
tulation on the part of the* pose a Trusteeshi for Palestine, cepted the plan. The Commis- vember 20 decision suffe red a
On the Tel \viv-Jaffa bor- 'icemen when they were re- Mohammed Issa Attiyah ,
24,
Conncil had already
p
shown
der quiet prevailed almost all leased on Friday morning. Hamad Mohammad Khatib, 30,
that agreement on the tH'lec - world organization to intimi- but the timing came as a surprise sion 's view was that it could cruel bl ow w i t h t h e I .S. pro,
day, but there was isolated They were uninjured , and
tion ot a Governor for Trieste dation which will completely
not discharge its responsibili- posal to call a special (Veneral
Mohammed Kasem Ibra h im , 22 ,
was impossible ,
sniping and a number of mor- their a r m s were not stolen.
destroy all its f u t u r e effective- it is learned here.
ties on the termination of the Assembly session i m m e d i a i e l v
40, (2) the three Western Powers had ness as an instrument for the
tar shells were fired.
A heavy Arab attack from Yunis Mahmoud Khatib ,
Officials decline to speculate Mandate without an adequate and to sot up a t emporary
received
a
b
u
n
da
n
t
evidence
to
Yesterday, a 14-year-old girl , Kastel was made on t h e Pal- Jawad Abed Kawat. 25, Mohamforce for Trust eeshi p for Palestine.
of
international
show that the Yugoslav Zone settlement
on Britain 's probable role as a non-Palestinian armed and orShoshanah Mini any, was killed est ino Quarries at Subah yesThe only member to oppose
of Trieste had been virtual] ,y disputes."
the pre servation of law
med
Ahmed
Kaifi
Haj
25
and
,
,
the
Trusteeshi p der. So long as the existing vi- was i h e Soviet Fnion , but t h e
on her way to school by snipers rrr.,, , 'Hernoon , with heavy
incorporated into Yugoslavia
It should be clear, be said , member of
.
Salim Ali Paris, 25.
by a procedure
which "did "that the establishment of a Council. The Cabinet is liikel to gorous Arab resistance to Par- I d s . spokesman made it clear
from Salameh village.
y
hisses to > <* attackers. The
not respect the desi re expresIn the afternoon , Shi" 1 ir nit assault was beaten off when
The inj ured are Ahmed Mo, the Commis- l a ^ e r t h a t Russi a cannot veto
sed by the Powers to give an Trusteeship will not automat- discuss the subj ect next week, but tition persisted
Mat t'is, 19, 'Was killed by a stray
sion did not consider it possible it , by d i s t r i b u t i n g extracts
independent
Jewish reinforcements arrived. hammed Abed Turk , 22 , Luess
and democratic ically ensure peace i'n Pales- no announcement is expected .
bullet in the Manshieh section.
tc. implement the plan peace- from t h e Charter showing six
status to the territory."
tine and t h a t force will have
One of the defenders was Omar Yussef and Mohammed
Haim Harbis , 50, Michael KapMuch depends on whether the fully either as a whole or in any vvays in w h i c h a special Asto he u sed to maintain t h a t
killed
and
10
were
injured
Caretakers
,
'
lan , 52, and Yaacov Mizrahi , 9,
Ali Yamine — all of Zeeb vilsubstantial part.
arrangement , jus t as it would
sembl y caii be called.
The Anglo-American military have been necessary to carry- Assembl y is enabled to authorize
were injured by stray bullets in two of them seriously.
Doubtless I h e U. S. proposal
lage.
Mr . Austin then sai d that the
A
simultaneous
attack
was
before
or
after
the
a
new
policy
Tel Aviv while Dan Weinschnaauthorities had acted as "care- out Partition."
found itself unable will be passed during next
Commission
Last
ni
made
on
Arza
and
Motza
from
ht
the
Army
destroyg
bel , 36, was wounded at Efal
The statement that Parti- termination of the Manda te, and to consider whether any modi- Wednesday ' s meeting, a spewho
Kallonia.
hi a two-hour bat- ed-two block houses at Ga 'aton takers " for the Governor
settlement.
tion
was an integral plan what is going to happen on the fication of the plan might offer cial session will be called ' o
An
abandoned
Jewish tle , t h e Arabs suffered he avy settlement claiming that they had had not yet been appointed, and woich could not succeed una basis for agreement among conv -qie w i t h i n a fo r t n i gh t ; a
spot.
house in Rehov Barnett in the casualties , while one of t h e
for the "democratic organs
of less each of its part s could
;h ^ pf 'on d ' S o , Pairs: ; tie.
i\ u > t h i r d s m a j o r i t y if * eiisi '. y
' posts.
been
used
as
snipers
defenders
was
killed
and
two
Manshieh section was blown
Most observers expect an inpopular representation " as pro- he carried out , was incorrect .
achieved and t h e whole m a t t e r
were
injured
at
Motza
.
There
was
no
resistance
b
the
up by Arabs this morning.
y
Unable to Function
with the
In-own in t h e l ap of t h e
vided in the permanent Statute Such a conception had never terim regime after May,
Stray bullet s today injursettlers.
On the question of Provisional Trust eeship Counci l on whi ch
been part of the plan. Indeed , Commission prevented by the
ed Avraham Levy, 13, and
for
the
territory.
At
the
same)
Councils of Government to be Russia still has not occupied
An Arab of Jaba village, Fakit was contrary to the state- Security Council
from
talcing
Yehoshua Goldovsky, 37.
(Continued on Page 2, Col. 2)
(Continued ou Pasre 8, Col. 5)
set up by April 1, Mr. Austin dor seat and on which t h e
reh Mohammed Hussein Jaber,
over or handing over authority said that the attitude of the veto does not apply.
The Haganah radio said towas seriously inj ured when a Jewto the Provisional Jewish Gov- Arabs precluded any poss ibility
ni ght that Arab gangs had set up
Russia's Veto
a Counci l for the
ish taxi stopped near the village
ernment , but clearly surprises are of selectiing
emplacements
near
The one m a t t e r w h i c h RusShap iro
With
reproposed
Arab
State.
shortl y after noon on Friday and
Quarter in Ja ffa under the pro- LAKE SUCCESS, Saturday.—
TEL AVI V, Saturday. — Outright rej ection of any kind of possible, especiall y if the Jews gard to the Jewish Council , sia can veto is the U.S. proPalestine Comopened fire , according to official
M.
Lisicky,
member
of
the
take a leaf out of the Arabs - " while the Commission can posal t h a t t h e
tection of British Policemen and
trusteeshi p, coupled with an affirmation that the Jewish State
U.N. Palestine Commission, reports last ni ght.
fact taken , mission , set up to carry out
and
has
in
,
take
U.N,
present
the
with
Army armoured cars.
would be rebuilt, was voiced by Mr. David Ben Gurion , Chair- book and
expressing his personal opinpreliminary steps to- the N ovember Plan , suspend
some
an accomplished fact.
Arabs also took up positions ion, said that the Security
man of the Jewish A gency Executive, in a statement to j ournalwards selecting a Council , tha i operations immediately. Such
th e
eto will continue until
on the Jerusalem road near the Council could suspend tempolinforeseeahle (irenmst ances Council will not be -dole to carists at the Press Club here toni ght. Mr. Ben Gurion , who heard
Sp ecial Assembly session disrarily
the
work
of
the
Comf
u
n
c
t
i
o
n
s
in
t
h
e
sens'
its
ry
out
Hatilcva Quarter and attacked
the American statement over the wireless today, described the
A Colonial Office spokesman
mission, but could not dissolve
of the pla,n prior to t o r m i n a sol ves the Commission.
Jewish traffic unfif driven off by it.
reversal as "a surrender to the terrorism of the Arab gangs,
Thp IdS. p lan evidently is
today saw no particular si gnific- tion of the Mandate ." More
to appoint a governor , from
the Haganah.
The consensus amon g the
armed by the British Forei gn Oflice and brought to Palestine by
ance in Mr. Rees William 's re- over , "the position of the Man
Power precluded any a n e ut r a l country, and to ask
delegations h ere is that the BEIRUT, Saturday (AP) . — its sufferance."
ference, in yesterday 's House of datory
t h e J'. ritsh t roops still in Palpossibilit y of f u l f i l l i n g by Apr
British may now be requested The Secretary General of the
The American statement was
Commons debate, to "un foresse- 1 the provisons of the plan as ¦stine to serve under him ,
to continue to administer Palable circumstances" whichi mi ght regards either an Arab or a w i t h the U.S. footing t h e bill.
estine beyond May 15, if only Arab League , Azzam Pasha , de- more damaging to the U.N. and
Government. " I b i s would be called a U .N.
today
that the U.S. its authority and prestige,
de facto and not de jure. This clared
said
delay the withdrawal of troops, Jewish Council of
would fill the gap until the abandonment of Partition was Mr: Ben Gurion
Jerusalem , administration , though in its
With
regard
to
than
to
the
,
while others hint at an irntention
, the Commis- essence it cannot differ from
said
Mr.
Austin
AFFUL A , Saturday. — An Trusteeship Council could take "wonderful ," adding: "Justice Jews. He emphasized that the
to garrison Haifa for an inover full administration.
sion 's view was that its admi- that , of the British .
*
Arab gang near Ein Harod suf"
Immigration
Withdrawal of U.S. support always prevails in the lon g run." American stand did not funda- r
definite period after the end of nistration by the U.N . was -pos.
I m m i g r a t i o n will he decided
fered heavy casualties yesterday for Partition has brought a
sible if the plan of Partitior
The Arabs would agree to a mentall y change the situation in
the Mandate.
t
Union was gen- !>y t h e Trust eeship Council.
in an engagement with Hagana h storm of protest from many short, definite Trusteeshi p per- Palestine ,
"nor will it prevent
It is generall y felt thiat the with Economic
The general feeling here is
members of Congress. Senator
erally accepted by t h e Arab ?
:
forces which made contact with
British have succeeded
in per- and Jews and peacefully imp le- i h a t t h e Arabs will not peace" S
Robert Taft , Republican Pre- iod , he said. "But if they are go- the establishment of the Jewish ¦
I
%k
it a fter an attack from Mt Gil- sidential aspirant, said that ing to shelve independence for State," he added.
-*
they
return
whence
fully
suading Washington to te rminate mented .
,0w)
Everyone
of
the
70
caMi
e.
boa on men working in a near- the U.S. should have stood Palestine indefinitel y,
He explained that the U.N.
than we
its "unnatural" cooperation with Stand or Fall with Partition
:sh
B
f
.
troops
left
will
be
needfirmly
by
Partition.
by quarry.
It is resolution
of
November 29,
Russia over Palestine. Since RusMr. Henry Wallace amended will never agree to that.
After reviewing various state- ed , plus possibly contingents
Seven Haganah men fell dur- the text of a speech he was possible for Jews and Arabs to though of great mora l and polisia is not represented on the ments made by Jewish , Arab of TdS. marines.
Akiva Rarzilai , making when he heard of the reach agreement.
ing the battle:
Victor Bernstein in "PM"
The Jews are tical value
did not
in itself
Trusteeshi p Council , p laciing Pal- and British authorities , Mr.
Austin continued that "the li- says Britain will be asked to
Arieh Efkind and Avraham Op- unexpected decision to say our cousins and it is forei gn inestine under the latter 's authority mited functions which the Ge- be the administering a u t h o r i t y
latka ,
of Beth Hashita ;
Dan that America had shocked the terference in the Palestine questhe establish- neral Assembly offered to un- (in fact , much of Senator Ausvirtuall y imp lies
world.
Zvig, of Tel Yosef; Nahum NaMr . D. Ben Gurion
tion
which
has
brought
bad
reCon- dertake... stand or fall with tin 's speech was devoted to
ment
of
an
Anglo-U.S.
Basic Reforms
(Partition) resolution. If prove the illegality of Brishat of Geva;
Haim Labin , of
What
concessions t h a t
dominium.
The Lake Success corres- lations.
it proves to give effect to the t a i n ' s unilateral laying down
"The abandonment of the
Kfar Yehezkiel;
and Yerubal pondent of the "New York
"Face-to-face with the Jews
Britain is prepared to make in resolution , the U.N. will have of the Mandate ) , and lie conweak is not a good omen
Times" wrote that well-infor- we will always find a way out.
Lavy of Ein Harod.
on May 15 no administrative tinues :
for the world," said Mr. D.
exchange is not yet clear .
Police and military later arriv- med U.N. d elegates were of America is now on the ri ght
and governmental responsibiliRemez, Chairman of the
"l he year hegan with the
op inirm that the basic reason
ties for Palestine unless further British asking the U.N. to
Vaad Leumi, in Jerusalem
ed on the scene and fired mortars f o r the reversal of American track," said Azzam Pasha.
action is taken by -the Assem- make recommendations for the
last night.
at the Arabs.
policy was the growing tenFirst Step
| future government in Palesbly."
The Jewish people will act in
"But we still have faith ,"
Saturday
,
NEW
YORK
the
sion
between
the
U.S.
and
The bodies of tbe settlers were
Obviousl y happy over the new
Mr. Austi n went on to say l tine. It uill end with the I .N .
"that
the
world
he
said,
accordance
with
the
conscience
(I
T
)
.
an
editorial
enIn

taken by the Arabs to Jenin. A Soviet Union, and the f e a r proposal, other Arab leaders att h a t termination of the Man- asking the British to stay on
will not be plunged into a
"Betraya l , " "PM"
of the world which spoke out on titled
that Russia would gain a f o o t date on May 15, if carried out , Nothing will have changed ,
third war, and that the
senior Police Officer negotiated hold, in P alestine i j an inter- tending the meeting of the Arab
"Black
yesterday
called
h
November
29
declared
the
Hi
,
g
"would result , in the light of except, the number of graves
world conscience and sense
Friday " and said —
with the Arab leader in Zirein national force were sent. In League
Political
Committee,
information available , in chaos in I' a I estine. "
Command of the Haganah in a
of justice will triumph.
"I/m g years, lon g heartvillage ,
and
the bodies were addition, the C h i ef s of S t a f f in generall y viewed it as the first
and heavy fighting . " The U.N .
T h a t , t h e U.S. knows its
ht.
broadcast
statement
last
ni
g
years
end
in
be"The
new
situation
calls
breaking
known
to
Washington viere
could not permit such a result , latest; proposals will not bring
brought bark there and handed
the Yishuv to greater efThe enormity of
believe that Ameri can parti- step toward a settlement.
"We shall no longer tolerate trayal.
American delegate. peace to Palestine but that it
declared
the
"We hope it is the first step
over to the Army.
yet be
fort. But as long as there
cipation in implementing Par"The maintenance of i n t e r n a - is making them solely for poforeign domination, be it in the the betrayal cannot
are Jews in Palestine, they
measured as it will lie in
Earl y yesterday Arabs destroy- tition would alienate Arab toward putting the Middle East
tional peace is a t stake. Under litical
was
made
form
of
a
trusteeshi
or
in
reason s,
any
p
will be free men."
the months to come. For in
the Charter the Security Coun- clear by the statement of M.
ed the bridge on the Beisan road countries and jeo pardise oil into a position to contribute to
other guise," the statement con- the end it will come to this
correspondent,
supplies , the
cil h a s both inescapabl e respon- Trygve Lie, to the Big Five
five kilometres from Affula , but sai 'l.
world peace and international
sibility and full authority to meet ing
achieve the practica l establish- tinued . "Our country will become — the guns will be tut-ned
on Friday .
"
a
Public Works Department
said Jamil Mardam
in Palestine, not upon t h e
take steps necessary to bring
The special correspondent progress,
ment of the Jewish State. That, independent. The Jewish people Arabs who have been reabout a ceasefire in Palestine j
squad from A f f u l a repaired the in London of the Arab News Bey, Prime Minister of Syria.
he declared emphatically, depend- will stand on its own feet."
sisting the U.N., but upon
and a halt to incursions by land
Agency wrote that Russia
damage in two hours.
Asked if the way was now
Reiterating its offer for friendthe Jews who have been
and sea being ma de into that LONDON , Saturday (Reuter) .
ed upon Jewish strength. "It is by
might use the veto against
cleared
for Syria
to sign the
supporting it.
country . The powers of Articles —
any resolution at the Security
our strength , if mobilized to the ship with the Arab peoples, the
All armed civilians in Palesfor the 200
"As Truman 's sorry ef39, 40, 41 and 42 are very great,
Council which did not comply transit agreement
utmost, that the State will arise Command pointed out at the fort to betray the U.N. into
and the Council should not he- tine will be treated as enemies,
with the Partition resolution, million dollar American-owned
"the
same time that
Jewish impotency
sitate to use them , all of them, to be fired on at sight,
continues,
its
during
creating a serious deadlock be- pipeline from the Saud i Arabian even now." He continued:
The commander of the
if necessary to stop the fight- the final stages of the British
tragic but fumbling course
intimidated"
le
has
not
been
peop
fore
the
next
session
of
the
"On
November 29, I did not
Yarmouk Liberation Army
oilfields to the Lebanon ,
Maring. "
becomes increasingly clear.
General Assembly .
share the great j ubilation of the by the threats and incitement of
withdrawal , the military correstold AP at his mountain
Our foreign policy has be"Everything
(Reuter, Palcor, A N A) dam Bey replied:
Tempora ry Trusteeship
H.Q. in Samaria yesterday
Yishuv; I shall not now share the Palestine Arab leaders and
" said
come
so
scandalous
t
h
a
t
a
has its own good time."
Concluding with the opinio.n pondent of "Th e Times
that the plan s of the Arab
"will face the future without full-dress Congressional inin
loom
or
despondency
any
g
today.
WEfZIVTANN-TRl
MAN
that
,
pending
a
special
session
In Ca i ro , a spokesman of the
armies to fight Zionism
vestigation cannot lw much
of the General Assembly, t h e
Arab Higher Executive s a i d : "The that may have been caused by flinching."
It could be taken for granted,
MEETING
were unchanged.
IdS . should not correct one misI Securi f y Council
should inThe Jewish State had not heen longer delaved."
"We did not come here
WASHINGTON , S a t u r d a 'y t a k e w i t h another "m i s t a k e , a d d i n g the American statement."
he wrote, that the present policv,
struct the Palestine Commisto fight Partition , but to
(P a l c o r ) . — Dr. Chaim Weiz- t h a t the Pal e stine Arabs could not
Rej ecting the -American propo- created as an act of grace, but MRS. MYERSON RETURNS sion to suspend its efforts to under which British soldiers are
any solution of the Palesfight Zionism, '' he said.
m a n n met President Truman accept
"
"
Mrs.
Goldie
Myerscon
,
Head
as
an
act
of
historic
necessity,
tine problem short of c o m p l e t e sal of a trusteeship,
implement Partition , Senator "ordered to fi ght with one hand
Mr. Ben
"Whether America supports
on Thursday in an appoint- independence .
announced
that he behind their backs " will be droothe statement said. It concluded: of the Jewish Agency Political Austin
The Cairo weekly "Akhbar el Gurion said :
Partition or opposes it,
,
ment arrenged some weeks ago
Department
in
Jerusialem
, re" haile d the American about"The Jewish State will come in- turned to Tel Aviv om Friday would submit d r a f t resolutions ped after abandonment of the
makes no diff erence to our
"We
shall
not
agree
but postponed owing to 1 >r. Tom
to
any
face "an Aral ) victory over R u s to the effect, t h a t a temporary
i
plans."
Weizmann 's illness.
to being."
sia ."
(Continued on Pare 8. Col . 2)
from the U.S.
Mandate.
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General Merchants
the Ara b H i g h Command to prevent the
P.O.R . 1 * M, Tel. Z ?,:,M , Haifa
WASHINGTON , S a t u n l ii )
military secrets, which have
leakage of
( R e n t e r) . — The ldx * > n i - |- I m not
been
e
ks
e
l
y
erwug
h
guarded
by
memS E N D AMERICAN
bers of f 7 'c "Arab Liberation A r my ," ac('¦KJA R E T Yt t S A N O
a c r e d it
Hank
por t
Si anted
_
cordin g to a H a g a n a h broadcast on Friday
WOO i \ \ ! l C?-XS TO
S, > , (V SO, <Kl! ( ' t o l l i e K g x i i t i a n
night.
A L L
C -H 'N T R I K S
Chemical
F e r t i l i z e ! and
A f t e r discussions wit h one of his topthrough : "I.upu ", FJite Shop,
Cairo
diisl rios L t d . of
ranking security of f i c ers — a veterinary
H Hers:! Mi., H a i f a , — finder.
ensineei
equipment and
surgeon of Damascus — General Ismail
Swvct Shop, SP * Road
i-; i LT servie.
coiisi riK
S a f w a t , "Cermmrinder-in-Chief of ihe Ara b
tion
Hon o
oi a *c aill Cc i ui inmi n iktrr aa t.
t e le.rliCentral Carmel, Haifa.
f orces," has issu ed an ord er prohibiting
j
Ili'/.er
i -/.(>i plant , neat
n e a r* Suoz.
the breeding dr keeping of p arrots in Ara b
Lj m» ---A ,/
houses or training ca m ps.
V Jf
L-,/^ f i f
!
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=^1
T he t o t a l e s t i m a t e d cost of
U J^J
*^r c
^ dV)^
The o ff i c ial reason-, the broadcaster ant h e project w i l l be about $20, 3
'«•
"
f ^t \ \ I V
^=M f
tl p' /T N
Oi ;t M K .O.
nounced, wa.s "to prevent the parrots f r o m
Some of t h e equiji Jk
l lu^sse^*
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r^^^" CCopyrpgh, P . I. 8 Bo- 6 Copenhoge, ||336g
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A reception was given in the g iving away military secrets to the Zion<
\
n i e i i t w i l l bo purchased in BriJ.N. F. building in Tel Aviv on ists or thei r ag ents."
t a i n and Egypt .
Thursday n i g h t for t h e Mayor,
Mr. I sr a e l Rokach ,
and Mr.
A braham
Harzfeld. of
the
who returned reHistadrut,
cently from a Jewi.sh
Jewi.sh National
«w
-A
*
.
EDITOR
A IT•"¦
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.
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Bv
T
A. .
"F jtUT
(Continue d from Vosrc. i , (* »i . ',)
"* THE SPORTS
k n o w where the greatest danfHtTUT
ge , a n i ne year ol d
Fund mission to the United
In a 'breathless f inish , She i la s Cotta
¦¦» |
.. I
.
I
t
i
.
..*
T: u.- ;t-rcship s h o u l d be estab- g er comcs f rom . Therefore, to
* -.•¦
Irish mare and 50 to 1 shot , o>wned by Mr. J. Proctor and
States.
Yesterday's British soccer programme provided shocks
(ContlmnMl from Pa?* I , Col . 4)
Arsenal f el l h s h e d to m ai n t a i n peace and SDea k of i n f i l t r a t i o n by land
ridden by A.P. Thompson, p ullled away from First of the
*
¦ an( j surprises for m an y leading sides. M i g h t y
Arabs f u r - a n d i n f i l t r a t i o n by sera in the
A. memorial meeting for Israel time, Yugoslavia bad iftcorpofat- Dand ies in the last 100 yardls to win the gruelling 4' - to u n p r e d i c t a b l e Chelsea a t-H ig h b u r y , B i rmin gham , loading give t h e Jews and
ther
opportunity
to reach same breach weakens t h e re' of the chasing world , the Grand Nation'
Brecher, late H a i f a corresponthe p r o m o t i o n r ace in t h e 2nd Division, were held to a goalrhc Zon(, of whfch she was in mile blue riband
commendation.
The Security
al Steeplechase, by a len gth a t A i n t r e e yesterday. Cromwell ] css draw by visiting Southampton , while Cardiff crashed agreement,
dent of the. "Ha aretz' dally, ^
¦¦( ¦ ¦
, .. , ,
; *. . ! fd.N. Trusteeship," said Council should now get down t o
will be held by the Haifa Jour- charge , which definitel y compro- was third , Happy Home, fourt h and Plat yp us , f i f t h .
k y 4.0 a t Leeds. Queen ' s Park Ran gers , at the head of the
y of Bristol , in the N o r t h- Mr. A u s t i n , "would , of course, concrete steps to implement
nalist.s Association at 4 p.m. mised tbe possibility of at>p!ving
The course comprises an al- ttage with t h e latter nosing in 3rd Div. ( S o u th ) , lost to the Cit
held
at home by Y or k. Uty be w i t h o u t prejudice to the p artition and -adopt some d e f i n were
Lincoln
C
i
t
y
section
,
today, at their Club, 5 Bal- the Statute,
era
post
vards
from
the
most oblong track which has ffront 100
lost
at Ibrox P a r k by th e e h a r a c t e r of t h e eventual poli- y e .resolution. "
Rangers
mi
g
h
t
y
,
in
Scotland,
.
.
f o u r Street, H a i f a .
,
and
one
T
w h i c h , we
heal s e t t l e m e n t,
In
these
circumstances, the to be traversed twice, with 30 and increasing her lead to
Dr . T. F. Tsiang (China) said
, Queen s P a r k amateurs
he
three
to
t
in
odd
g
oal
jumps, including the notorious Uengt h by the end.
hope , can be achieved .with out * -; was eviden t t h a t no solution
conthree
Governments
had
The Chemists Organization of
Becher's Brook and Valentine
"
102n(
i
r
u
n
n
i
n
g
This wa R t h e
long delay.
o t h e r sidos wel> u1ore for0PU ld be f o u n d
agreeable to
V F^ T F R D A Y'S
Jerusalem will h e a r an address eluded that the present settle- twice. Silver Fame , the m u c h
t h e event _
and onl y tne t n n a t e. part
Later , a f t e r Rabbi Silver had b o t h parties and t h a t c o n t i n u a nt he
e r uun
«««f,, m«
^
i n r t i(
u .uHriv
u l a ih th
b y Dr. S. Israelashvili on "Th e „,„„„ «„„.,.,
4,_,.„
^,,
«»»»
M
at
thc
foil
fancied favourite
,; ,
guarantee the pre, ment cannot
^ b
opoken , Mr. A u s t i n , .sai d t h a t t i o n of th e s i t u a t i o n might lead
U2th time
th at a m ar e h a s
^-. .
r .
Mechamsm ofc Nitration
and
those
,
. ,
Becher ' s, won. ^e winncr,
attempt
at
first
no right
w h e n he had referred to .incursired by ners-up and _ m a n y of
mvMm
^ war. The U.N. had
N i t r o Compounds" at
5 p.m. servation of the basic rights and
^
r e l e g a t io n Arsp nai
against
while others of the 43 start- Cottage out of Sheila ,
2 -ions by sea he had ,meant only to sponsor such a scheme if it
0 ch .- i -p n
is a f i g h t i ng
on Tuesday, M a r c h 23, at thc interests of the -peopl e
of the ers fail ed to clear less formid^,,
i, 1 k, MI
"those s h o u l d lead to war. "We must
}ha lf .sister of Lovely Cottage, a n( ] iv -p ie( .,i(m. R u r n l e v . Pres- ] w ™ .
!' illegal i m m i g r a n t s, not
] ' :¦ 1 , .
»
S o k o l o f f G y m n a s i u m in Strauss f r e e
^
and they ther e- abl e obstacles, including Clon- tthe winner in 1946. Schubert ,.
ttrr\tory
u n f o r t u n a t e Jews , the legal dm- a sk both p a r t i e s to stop accu»
0
ih
.
d
.W
s
n
.-i
r
J
J
a
rK
.,
a
l
l
„ohester
P
n
it
e
d
d U i Uh '
Ma
chal- tthe u year old veteran and um an M
Irish
another
0 m i g r a n t s ."

i.iv, .n .»..i
u ni:.ck|M ) ..i
r u u l a t i n g arms and a r m e d forfore decided to recommend the corrig,
# '
-2
:. -W oivrs
who fell when leading (aidest horse taking part , f i n - won , a l t ho u g h t h e ( up f a vo u r- ,M a n . ,- .
lenger,
c e s in P^l satine. "
No Ri ght to Mndify
BAR MITZVAH
return of the free territory of
, l , ,V
first cir- jished the course,
at the end of the
For France , M . A l e x a n d r e Paas , he has it es only did it by the odd goal 1 > !!t !; I^, i 1
,'
J ^','i, P
Replying to Senator Austin,
^
'
Mr. and Mrs. P. Lewinson will Trieste
to Italian sovereignty, " cult .
against ]> r |,s t ()n
home
<> :he R u s s i a n delegate, M. Gro- rodl sa id t h a t ,:he u - s- Proposal
five
at
(d one on all other occasions, iu
ri A s t o n "v .
he A t Home at Herzlia, Hof as the best solution
2 Kv crton
1
to the dewas i n lme Wl th the general
. . . .
IFirst of the Dandies was 25 to Wolves. Ht i r n l e y put a no i h e r Sh-ff . r .
w
#
n,d
1 mvko. recalled t h at at the be- tnuifcing of his
. ¦ .
1
Y a m , between 11 a.m. and
.
. .
r .
IvOugh Conn Leads
* ^>n ,i ,,i :
Government. Id
11 in betting, Cromwell, 33 to 1, n a i l in t h e wffin of G ri m s b y •^ '» *aspirations of its people
m°cratic
T
.nning
of
t
h
e
Big
Four
talks
1 p.m. on Saturday, March 27,
'-'nd Division
sh ™ld be studied , p a r t i c u l a r ly
raised
while
Stoke
rted at Town .
Awhile
sta
Silver
Fame
second
who
ran
R
u
s
s
i
a
had
t
a
k
e
n
t
h
e
position
Lough
Conn
aI aspects.
1948, on the occa.sion of the and to make possible the reM. Parodi
themselves f u r t h e r out of t h e ^ ™ ™ >h n m
„ x^ .*, ',, "!!!
t h a t t h e General Assembles re- i n l ts le^
l a st year , went into the lead 28 to 1.
Rar Mltzvah
of
their
.son, establishment
and
of
peace
added
that
he r e q u i re d time for
«n
,
expense
.
a
r
e
a
at
t
h
e
,
o
,
(
l
r(
Toif
..,
.i,
.
velegati«
2
'
,
r
1!t
s
Cottage
s o l u t i o n on Partition m u s t be
earl y with Sheila
.
the
owner
of
tfie
Mr.
Proctor
is
own"
Shlomoh . vScrvice at 9 a.m. at
™ of S u n d e r l a nd , who a r e now C o v- iur y
1 N u t t s . P.
1 f t . P i l l e d and t h a t thq Bi g Four :-i- s t r u c t i o n s .
¦
tWl$ a ,ca
m 7
Sir JUM
John" ¦¦
end
Home
on
H
annv Home,
nappy
"" ;a fis hing
t h e Herzlia Synacrog-ue ,
fleet and h a s been ,.„„ ,,
0. ,,n r n d,.,.,.
foni
n
______
- _
Hof
1,, .
,^,,,,
Th( ' Syri.*in d"l.'irate . Favis !!.>>\fM.,,
n a i.1,..,,,
i i o n Fn i i i. a m
ouhle
v in .t n
,. d a d n 0 r i g h t to modify it. The
,
„ real ¦
,„
Firtrt
rvf
t
h
e
Dandies
well
un
.
1
a
a
l
e
l
s
t
*
*
' „T racing
"
for only
two
am
h orses
"^.,.y ,._
,1<1 ,lll ,.cf - n l l , ftough
!' ' .
_x
Tlu- announcement
waB* first
?} " .
m l l T l lft ,„,,
i-y si„
. " rr
.
^1 am.
:¦ xu i su l t a t i o n s were a .waste of f* 1 lK h ,ury ' ( ' , :,i "" Ml "l;u . ,h " J" »' s
'
HiKlilerstiold
out „
a \:1,ul 14
s(
,.
tti
(
Br- ^'"h
r
.
w.
first
attempt
at
after
the
H n ner bcin- t h e
p
in
l a l\es t i n e
w -.-r e ]' ( ' < - t * i v i n i r
in Turin
,—
war
mad*' pul 'li .' ,vp ster<Ja-f
run
2 ;P O? a n a a ny a t t e m pt to m o d,.
1 .Mniw, , ..
t h e J „t o »
,1,)"r P»a l-l4»ss d r a w at
i- a n i n u i n i t i o i i „f .- .n s o r t s ,..i a h . .-• .¦
.
'
"' vt - ( ^ c>r ^ s Bidault , the French Ch er's Brook and stayed t h a t ^w ' e L ,, 3^^
in
C CTTT T '' ¦
T I-FT7 C TX K TA
"y t h e r e s o l u t i o n "m i g h t set u s *'- *.le
,,lected
fr o m
B
o
lt
o
u
c
a
l
l
-h
i
l
,.
o
v
e
r
f
l
i
c
w
o
rl.l.
>O X I L L Foroiir n M ' n i s t o r , who had poae way by the Canal tu r n. ClonL l lC
o l A I N l /j
[
*
^Xn
^ oZ a N tU nal The hrS ]{
"n i i i l e t h e A r a l . s ar c d e p r i v e d of
^^
' j a c k a w h o l e y e a r ."
;
Fr
a
n
c
o
I
t
a
l
i
a
n
.
.
th
**r<to
sijr
n
a
¦
,
t h e lead a t
he won amounted
Wr V
TXT
r
corrig captured
l t n . s e p r i v i l eg e s .
to "" "^l^^rn
"
I f tl,,. J e w i s h
C u s t o m s U n i o n . France had agrwd
J^
,h
IN J A i r A
of t e r r o r
P^nse of B l a c k b u r n .
:W(l
i> iv . (So uth)
M. G r o m y k o t h e n said that be " i l l e g a l o r ^ a n i / . it i o n s
to m a k e t h e "grea t I t a l i a n city of Valentine's, followed by Sir r q • 0o2
"
is!s
- a fro, t.? rrit ory only be- John, Lough Con , Ulster MoVV 'M' '" d i s a r n . e .l a n d di ssolved
™^
.oould
not
o
f
f
e
r
m
u
c
h
commen
t
Tri*-st
,
.
"
.

h««e^
another
famous
Ji«1 ^I't
Liverpool ,
f""
Troubled
JAFFA , Saturday .
, r« J ,
(
J .i -k
finished. Af
rei i i f o r c e n i en t s
.s t o p< O^ 4
' f '"'' lH ' r
C t p-.ator
na t-n r AUSDIU
« f ",lr partn ers narch, Happy Home and She,
,
A l m hi n
on wnaio
w h ao
h a r t *'"
naa
on
be
,
,
gtr
aingt
relfi . {,,
1 - II
r ,'a, 1S, -' "cvrt a i n
v
|, I , (1 _ f h ( , A r , ))) s u .oi|||] ) >(> t>|i;)(] v ) o
Standstill or absolutely refused to give Tru - j -te
^
comp lete
b y the
,
pit
f
o
r
w
a
r
d
was
,
except
t
h
a
t
Cloncorng
fell
at
o'oi
'
.ch
2
r
or
v
1
i
.>s«
.nsarin
s
Cottage.
'-j'li *.
la
w i i i i n ^ l .v .
Aral.
gation, pulled a fine win off
jv irii
o
1 arth^OT
ar x n e n u n, Mai
'KOAViana Ro^
rioy, P
2 N <n -\ vicb
1
-ev mi
.
.
.
«„ „u „4 . „
^,,,„
night-life , the National Commit- ^^ "•''I'ond on . ^' a ' formal Foreign t h a 1*^+h fp n p p a n d F r e t O^ JSJa^
ha
logical sequence of the S t a t e s w o u l d he d e l i g h t . . . ' to i, ,'ip
V h ,.mi I ) 1( 11 ,
against
the
Cup finalists, Nl > w|1 t
, ..
ir
esN
Prince,
O
f
fa
l
y
v
in
f
i
i
e
i
i
n
y
Wanderer
a
n
o
t
«""-'i
*ese
.
her
s
.
^
A
m
e
r
i
c
a
n
p
o
s
i
t
i
o
n
in
the
Bi
g
up.
moved up
naa movea
Dandies-, had
, axt<
tec iicre has stated that it was Office announcement commutiiquo the Danoie.
0
1 cr y s t a l , .
Blackpool.
Xoi i s. (d
Rj c ,u , «Re
t™
w
PV oirv
,.,. ,- a[
* "" l l l ; "1 i' i O 'titio u to fx rant t inQ n,,
w a r Kisk
l
J- .
'
,. ., .
announced t h a t the proposal had Ulster Monarch was a victim
h lU1
ki i 1. w
AV
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owners to .( * n a d y been laid
persuading cinema
b efore
th o
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M ilhvall s Fine W i n
and Lovely Cottage
0
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Southend
¦S p e a k i n g in mieasured tenns, Si " lenient
« i i a r a n t e e i n .tr l i h e r t i e s :
at the' next fence " Zadir one ^chbert,
time was
s^,, .,
1
t
s
9
:,n
.

Sheila
"
show f i l m s in the evenings. Since Sovi4 ' f Oov cini t n -nt .
!e
^oUagg
^'^""^ "'' '»»' i-< *p
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r, ^^
of the two greys participathe slid: "What the previous ' "
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M«*a Dropped
the be ainning of the disturbances
Ing, was prominent at t h i s nnins.
2nd D i v i s i o n h v w m3rd i>iv (N o r t h )
not
I dS. positiiom was, I do
u
ho JA
last
th
2 OMI - M
f he I di\ . ^fe retary-General,
°° to 1 winner
n oneaster Ko- Ac frinjrto..
stage. By t h e end of t h e f i r s t ^ °.
k:mvi*. But the American pro¦
ns-.uusi
here, streets have been deserted ,
V
"DAFLY WORKFJI? ''
up at the fence
, \ |!:»;^"^
circuit the fiel d had stretched year. Pulled
:, pot sals today are not connected ^* Trygve Lie, reminded the
m {) W i^rr» ;v
EDITOR HFMG N **'
and enfes , cabarets, restaurants,
Brook
^.^
w h ()
.
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t si ! h v a l l
''
( u i u s e f u l p o i nM
of t h e Dandies ^fter clearing Becher s
First
r
M
st
out
with
V.
a
Tu
a
x
i w t h t h e (' euieral .Assembly 's S:*cnrily Cdouneil t h a i the ques2
^
, . S a t u r d a y « l^ u t e r i
¦
<™ the second round Prince
and cinemas have been closed af- IX>>*;X>N
» T.- ;,n.n ,,- ,
Happy
Zadir;
resolution. Mr. A u s t i n said t h a t tion of T ru s U c s h i p f o r Paiesleading
from
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y
_
hit
s
Cri.tin
Regent , favourite m 1946 and
0 Wk <
^ i r . Douglas A. H y d e
nj j h t o n
's
Cotta
ge.
it was '•mpossih' e « 'o implement I 'm? had be?:i discussed
oriHome
and
Sheila
Brent
ford
also
got
ter y p .m.
ft
announced t h a t be h ad resign'
^*!
P ar l i t i o n j o;*aeelu!!y, a n d he im- S'inaHy by I N SCOP , i>u ; that
t
i
m
e
second

By
the
3rd
fence

t
w
o
at
K I.H HL .V
?
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of
the
"We cannot
f^J
at
the
ur
understand wh y ed as news editor
also
pulled
] > a ],k
1 Mansn , !, !
1 p i i c d thai ali c o ncu r r e d in this *''«" idea had l»een dropped beSheila 's Cottage h a d •Skouras,
T o t t e n h a m Hot - Sp .u .h- .ort
he round
, " because
" Da i l vv V* orker
,J »
,n
r
the
Caddie II ,
«' -k i».>rt
i i . ,r i i , . ^ , . n
¦
.;. pc sitioii. I do no! know oi such cause I'N S ( Ol' had come to
peop
,,;c mov ed into secon d place , with !s™e fence
„„„,, ,„;„„ , ,. dis¦ * e arc still alraid to go
c, out^ . ' ;
de f e a t of t h'e v.. -',u
inc.reasingh
.
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h
a
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become
ov
(on v American owned entry,

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+
conoiiri '-mee. I do net reeom- *!lp cotu-lusion t h a t Trust eeshi p
H appy UAm
Home
next.
week a nt l pi , t .n g p a n l to t h e n * A -m the streets alter
sunset, the t u r b e d by Soviet Foreign poli- u^«v
soottish -A * „ iv .
bli the first time round at
¦ m:md t h a t such a view should would be opposed by b o t h sides
ri
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lt is not jiustiCommittce stated . "It
Committee
Maltese the canal Turn , while game
usti- cy a n d appalled ,. by
s
claimed
<;
= Becher 's
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the I . N . would t h u s re• ., he ascribed to the I' .S.S.K . Tiie , ''*!
. ' • "ii . by h o l d i n g t h e lead- j ,a l k i r k
, 1 , . W i ( . 1.
Paget' :- inttle Lough Conn plugged on
Wanderer
and Miss Paget's
tied smcc our heroic defenders happened in Czechoslovakia.
n, UO
A m e r i e a n pro|»osals are no } j oiiire larger forces to enforce a
(
l>
ase
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Mi" . } l\<te. who has been a Housewarmer among others
other- fafter breaking a blood vessel "'*• "V ' ," . ' . '" ' l
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r ! hased in any way on {tie
re- I sctt le-nH int .
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in all
have the upper hand
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Comnranist for y . y ears, , i n d i- this time while Rowland Roy con the first circuit
but was "£
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;•( m m e n d a t i o n s oi t h e Big Four, | M. Lie said he was obliged to
f
,
s
2
?
S^.j
,¦¦¦„.,.,.,„„ *
t a i- Sr _ Mimi] 1
w a i t n g toi i^ ^
clashes. Our defence organization cated he would join
t h e Ro- and Cromwell had moved up Hater pulled up.
*l e ^
2
4 e'rueeiaily on the Russian re- , ask w he t h e r , if t he U.S. proposal
/I OT- S By
-«-.• va
L_
t PTi .
1 i>< MH I.*..
h
0HiT
i.i tv,
a Ileaders.
1 commendation, whieh required were p ut i n t o e f f e c t ,
^ T*. a n d won against S w i n d o n o ,.,i . .,„Mvk
Valenbeh
ind
the
has taken all steps to ensure se- m a n Ca t h o l i c Church.
^O
t h e Big
) ™°»
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keep
well
b
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t
h
e
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First
of
the
Dandies
D
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Powers were pr epared to s°<>
s,
S,
t
tine
n
(Mm ere fie measures."
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¦ against ra ids. There is not
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n
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bile
t
h
e
other
end.
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Mr.
^^^
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held the lead
TN
from
Happy
H
BABY
DROWNED ™
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r^™d U™«&<I (i an Ro r o t r a . t h e v et e r a n ;'^ - f "
4 K ;i n 1 ,.^ ( ,(
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Concrete Step*
.
O n e u r c o n t i n u e t h e r iw d i - n b' t * .
the slig htest dr.nger whatever m2 i) n.ni.!11 -r ..i.
t
i) r W A T E R
P A I Tj
Home, Rowland Roy. Sheila ' s l, .,.„„,,
,, „
,.,, . •,s. -n L *'yb^
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.; ¦
r [ es < re J ) i i e d t h a t t h e U.S was
side the town. "
RAMAT GAN, Saturday. — Cottage
with
' " °
Cottage and Cromwell ,
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f i s ,,
.,
,
j e st e d, to Mr At
t i n s c n a r g e r o ad
P l a y f u l l y h i d i n g from her mo- Zadir stil l up. Three lengths •.ve {, rs old * 'inickl y received a home t o move well a w a .v fr om J*- , .',J^
Qf CQUrs
,%VAV"f?V -l,V w-r,»
,m.m « the
iUU„,,„™«,fc of
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n
i
n
t
o
t
h
at
"re-election
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tl
l(
t
,
fey thrusting her head !nlo ffom
Brighzone.
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two
pp
hom
fenc
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.
"set
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w
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2
M
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with two fences
back in h i s a t t e m p t t o
from home,
e( ^
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land
and
sea
ag,
Palestine
by
,
,Hh
m„i„„y.
t0
h
H
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.
statem ent continued, must pro- a paj i 0f water dn her .house in to
1
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(Palcor , Reuter^n P)
to . go, Sheil a ' s Cottage had ,vvin anotl l e r A nKn.k, i n title.
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C"^
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srory a .edA
he situation.
We
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and r
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vide armed guards in addition to the Tel Yehuda Q u a r t e r here moved back into second place >
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^ W a l s a l l , but Aldershot
, .
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y e s t e r d a y , two-ye*r-ok1 T i k v a h behInd
Is
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behind
P
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Dandies,
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the Munici pal
Policemen
and
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O T I F I C A T I O N OF
S A i .K
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:. N
2 < *nfr , >uvii i. '
H a r a j r a vi ivas drowned .
,
,
. ;,
%vith
with Happy Home ,' Cromwell - ,n< * 'loubles of t h e U.S. 'Lia wsi t une of fou r goals t o none a w a y . P u r t t i d o w t i
I,, . h e D' s_ ( CT iviI Case ^o. 13fll/47. Magisj . ,Mh .. V!l i, !,. ,..¦
-M L
MV
Kr .
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National Guards who will
be
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also
lost
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Court

order.
ordpr
The
Tennis
Association
i
n
d
o
o
r
and Zad
Zadir
ir m
in t h a t
T ul k a r m. To M r
R,
,^ ^'™^,™^
to
N - . i i - ,. i s ;jI . A - N i c h o ls ,
^
and
' " '- "' !t- ' . No 5' !/ - !o
stationed there. Part of the boxand increasing her
her lead
lead to one (c h a m p i o n s h i p s, now being held i n f ' ,e danger area .
ex-Inspector
K SCO M M I K I
of
<< Kucriri .Mi
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^ ^s y co ^ .n
(h e
. r i v e n I h . -.i
in r e h v
p r o p e r t y i -rj ..
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(at
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Swansea
. \ V h e r ra s Shared' Saleh ,
iin New York . but. was el i mi e rice -, when Zadir ran out.
i b ^ i i h e d le - iow iieb p irroin r a- ;,, M r . |*
office recei pts will go to the Na- rpH K b n - i i y damaged '1 el Or , ffence
Hibernian Increases l 'ead
y ) M.m .i.i K a w a s s i s put
NfU
'
^ i l l' ' s
ip
for
sale
j of T u l ka r m , (t h e p l a i n t i f f ) has
,... nJ ~. K ?AA2 U'
mated in t h e first
round of
pi .lerusH b'm ,
x-«
1 and
J x- „i
tiona l Treasury.
re-opening
is
' . '
l> \' P u b l i c A u c t i o n !o c o v e r a d e b t ' ¦i n e ' - i f n . «ri
^"^ °;b ""
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Neck
>erk

.I n s t l t ut e d
A change also t ,>ok p h u v a t
an
acUon
u] w
( ;o | (i s t e i u
hy
against
rs i!
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of P! *:: 7ftft p l u s c„ .i ,
i n t e r . .i. "A•"
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w
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Previous efforts bv
0 a n d a . h o c .-i te - s fees d u e t o M i s l i a - -Vou f o r L.P.37.500 upon t h e
„ ' ""
In the final 2 *4 lengths of c.f New York , bv 7/ .".. H/ l . t h ( ' bot t om of t h e n o r th e r n K 'l i a m p t o i .
¦ the Comth.
Siam ,
en t e r t a i n i n g and
., r .M- •¦ , c l a i m set o u t in t h e
'
f
. ,
ia. K K a w a s s •..„! h i s
s^ <' -i«n , w h e r e New
B r i *r h t r > n
v.v.A . Fri->miiy
s t. a, t ed m en't
mittee to re-open cates at night extreme!v a m us i n g biographi- straigh t a neck and neck race IP .orotra h a s won t h e indoor
\\ hoever
, . ...
desires
to
purchase ¦„.* <5laj
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took place between First of .single' t i t l e fo u r t i m e s amd t h e
th
,
prop
p
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r
t
sai
!
v
u.r
.v
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have bailed.
cal comedy about Anna Owens
1 lia i d i n g H a l i f a x , w i t h a 2-1 w i n
K \ e e u t i o n oflice.- , .- J e r u s a l e m . |>' ou are h e re b y s um m o n ed to
'
WTvr savnv ^ ., Ifi, ni> *%w
( c h a n n i nir Iren e Dunne ) w h o the Dandi es and Sheila s Cot- .doubles t h r e e times.
over C a r l i s l e t o move u p one . KIM-r STON G A M E DRAW N .v i,,fh,i n , 15 d a y s , f i , , n . ,, the. d a, t ,e,, ,, f appear in t h i s Conn: to answer
i
.t
in 1SG2 went to Siam to teach
r n i a n increased .t h e i r lead
' lu ' , vl '] rM n i a l ch ii e .w e e h
\ ;;;: ' r,;;\ 1 ,!;;r' ::„ . I,!;;!r:I: n ! "!,v ,;hG ^^m on he 3o ch day
nHt i bt ei^
t h e c h i l d r e n of the Ktoig (brilhe««i of t i . sot t i s h - A *
i )n m !' » « » «•
M r r * »• d e p o s i t of p.. perccm - of t h e es- o- March 1948 at 8.30 a m Take
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l h e order does not include
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or h n v e noi-n c xe i n p led f r o m n a t io n : . ! serv ice.

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Jewish National Serv i ce
Committee , Haifa

SWTSSATH HEPBESENT/ TION
FOR PALESTINE

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IN HAIFA

Daily except Friday and Satu rday
between the hours 2 and ') p.m.
at t h e Maccabi House, Ra.ll' our Stree t , the only registra tion centre for Haifa Town, and suburbs.

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Tlie Jewish A j yency tor Pa l estine
Genera l Coiwncil (Vaw cl Leumi) of
The Jewish C o m m u n i t y of Palestine
National
Service
Centre.
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BOOKKEEPERS

r- io i n s .
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v i s i o n a l s a l e w a s j d v o.j i i n f a v o u r
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REGISTRATION:

U.S.A.
Ly dda-—Geneva—New York

St.. Pahitin Bids., T c l A v i v .
Tel ?\(X .

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Notirpp is hrreh y givrn tilm f all men between tiie age** of
:»« mrni 35 (bom duriiyr l h e years 1'M ' Z and J!)'Jl) and
rrsidwu in
H A I F A A N D Sl IU RP .S
(F f a d a r Haeumiiel , M o u n t Carmel , Alui/.ah, .Veve Sha 'aman ,
Te) A m a l , R a t (iali m and K i r i a t . E l i - i h i i ) should iJresent
themselves during- t h e week for n a t i o n a l service.

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28 A eh-ad Haa m
l ' A P.. -iU7.

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Schwcik." Ohel. Ohel Theatre.

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( f e m a l e) in or n e a r B Zone,
Jerusalem.
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A gang of more t h a n 50 umlormed and steel-helmeted
Arabs attacke - d the Mekor Haim Ouia.tor ol' Jerusalem from
Beit Sai 'ai ' a and Upper Baka ' a ita der cover oi' automatic
fire and mortars in the ea dly homo-s of yesterday morning,
but were routed by the Haga n in. Wait ing until the attacker. ' came within ran°'C, the Ha gnn ; -*ih rr.oii opened up with
withering fire t h a t dispersed the Arabs. None of the defenders was hurt-

Jn Ameri ca

C#* ii!«*s In F*rf«*f

PALESTIW^ RfLL'S

P R F . K IDF N T TRCM/VN
has
named a 10-member d e l e g a t i o n ,
¦M n d r d by M r . llc .*or;?e Mar .5h'*ill ,
of
t i o. orv.'l 11 j OJ <d') " .'' --rence
B' -j rot *** ,
A m o r ; oi:i R . a to s , n .
Colom bi .i, d u e t o open on M i r c h
30.

IVM H itM^

Mme. Curie Detained Rebel Amendment
In U.S. As Suspect
Defeated

ment of t h e F.Sd del eatite h i m p ermanent or temp orary , even j or
self d u r i n g t h e Genera l AssemSnn sots
at '."j.,"il p. m .
bl y, said R a b b i Silver.
]MK. JOHN L. LEWIS, leader
the shortest time. We shall not
l- is< - s a l 7t. . __ l ;i . 111 _ Moo n
NEW YORK , Saturday (R e n - LONDON , Saturday . — A few of tiie U n i t e d M i n e Workers
Enf orced Solution
rises in i l a y 1 Ui Iu , , ii , d long er submit
to any
f oreig n
A n a t t e m p t was be .nir made, t e r ) . — Mme. Irene Joliot Curie, hours before America 's arinounce- Union , tias accepted a GovernO
,-_ . s..U ,- it I P * a . m .
,
domination whatever. We insist
coal
i n vi t i t i o n to m e e t
he c o n t i n u e d , to force a solu- daug hter of
Marie
and Pierre ment
of her
abou t face
on m e n t
o p e r a t o r s toriiorr ow, in an attion on t h e .lews of P a l e s t i n e
on the termination of
Rntish
Curie
Partition.
discoverers
of
Radium
,
Mr.
A
r
t
h
u
r
Creech
,
t e m p t to s e t tl e t h e c u r r e n t coal
which would
diminish
their
rule.
the Colonial Secretary, strike.
At 7J0. the Arabs re-grouped s o v e r e i g n t y , t e r r i t o r y a n d im- the wife of Professor Frederick Jones,
We shall devote s t i l l uior.* ' attention to tho r» 'ci.iir«"m<*nts of our
and atftacked again under cover m i g r a t i o n as p r o v i d e d for in Joliot Curie, who is a member of told Parliament that any blame AMBUSH. Greek guerrillas on
security.
VII o u r . f l o r t s ,
mant h e P a r t i t i o n p l a n , else no new
A
the French Communist Party, was for
a breakdown
limvor ,
s t r e n g t h anil nn ri in. must
in Palestine Friday ambushed M. Sophocles
ot smoke bombs , and were again pr-'posals
Fifteen Arabs wore killed in an
would now bo m a d e
)>e < | i '\ o t < < l to s o c t i r i t y pur;ioses .
rep ulsH.
actions
Venizelos, leader of t h e Gre-ek
RttiM 'k
on A rub
transport
near
In the two
at by t h e Id.S. l o o k i n g t o w a r d s a detained for more than a day by through- the Palestine Commis- Liberal P a r ty , while he was
(¦u 'a l . m s e f t i r ' m e i i l on I ' r i d n v .
In
The J ewish S tate exists , and
P ^A W
I
*. 1
»j r ^
at '*^
least siix were k i l l e d and 12 were new s o l u t i o n . " Th e I .S. k n o w s the U.S. immigration authorities sion not being readv to take over travelling from .Her scHort
f I ist ^ ;; i I*(
Haifa, ten ,lr:ili» w. re k i i b - i l a n d
*t '*^
tn
will continue to exist , because we
"Ji «<*(• »» wound *-.! «in I' rida .v , I' o u r
inj
ured 1 . The Arabs claimed that f u l l well t h a t t h e A r a b s h a v e at La Guardia Airport. She was when the British Mandate ends Canea in Crete , w o u n d i n g h it ¦•<¦«¦
•lerws were K i l l e d »nil lti
were d ef e n d it. The J e w i s h Stale will
31 Dead A n d
opposed a n d c o n t i n u e t o opwounded ,
and
three
died
of
on May 15 , would rest with the d r i v o r 'md two m c m b r r s of h i s
two of their men were captured , pose e v er y s o l ut i o n wh i c h of- released last ni ght.
.
,
T Ay
1T
TT .
w o u n d - . r eiv i w d earlier
in
ttie f i n d the way
to mutual underparty.
TIM
;
w eu- k.
The J e w i s h
dead
are
but their bodies were later found f e r s -tuiy s a t i s fa c t i o n t o t h e
'
A Department
.„„
of
Justice *^- tN.
H I
K
A rab p eop le.
^
¦
One
person was TTolled
H a i m F r i e d l i n , MS; Asher Cohen . standing with thc
.
CLASH.
,
.
Palestine Post P.ir< > n ii
i
. i
l e g i t i m a t e r i g ht s of t h e Jew- spokesman
on the battle-field.
that
Mme.
I l l ; A d o l f Ciil.ni , o'S , a n i l N i - - i m
explained
political
in
j
u
r
e
d
w
h
e
n
Speaking
during
the
third
a
n
d
10
We on our p art have no quarrel
ish people in P a l e s t i n e .
H ilif .
HAIFA , Saturday. -~ Fvrn be
Amomg the officiall y reported
Curie was being detained because reading of the Bill providing for SrouP s * believed to hav e heen
I n a battle w i t h Arab
*tan-r s with the Arabs , and if th °y want
'"The J e w i s h
Agency
has
fore
the
here
learned
of
people
Ch r i s t i a n Democrats and Comnea r Fin Harod on F r i d a y m irdead w-*ere Flussein Sawerh
of
into the U.S. mi g ht the
L 1C en
ending
-j ing ot
been u n d e r t h e repeated ne- ,her entry
of umisn
British jjurisdiction
urisdiction mums <w .S fu-ed on e a c h other at
p eace, the hand of f r i e n d s h ip will
uln gr, ¦ seven Ha uf-t.ial . men
were
*
/ ,. . .
,
i
u
the news from Lake Success, the N a b l u s,, Mussa Ibrahim
to the best in- i n Palestine , Mr. Creech Jones Ca s t e l l a m a r e. near N a p l e s , on
, of Bid- cessity of s t a t i n s r t h a t P a r t i - be prej udicial
killed , after a p u n i t i v e si|.ia.1 i n alway s be extended to them b y
f l i t ted heavy lo*.-'- * . on t h e A r a b s .
B. B. C.
had already told the du vii im ge , and Hussein Moham- t i o n rep resented t h e m a x i m u m tercsts of the U.S. "
arrests
declared
that for a long time, Friday night. Some
the J ewish State.
Haganah forces i n f l i c t e d heavy
sacrifice of t h e Jo\\*s, beyond
world that the reaction of Pales- m ed, 218, of Sawaya village.
were made.
losses on an Arab gran-; in a sevenAli
As it was l'» months asro,
anil
Among
the
persons
who
were
Britain
had
been
warning
the
which t hey cannot , go .
Any
h o u r eri fjaj- cment n e a r ISeit De .jj.n
s i x m o n t h s asf o, s<;
today
our tine Jews
was one -of deep de- Musta fa and Jabrin Abu
Ibra proposals c a l l i n g f o r f u r t her awaiting her arrival at the airp ort U.N. of the approaching date, TRAPPED. A woman Was killon F r i d a y n i g h t .
linlitii-al
progr-imm** f a l l s
under
thc
first
shock
of
' •pression.
Here,
ed and seven people were bethree
h
e
a
d
i
ng
s
,
the order I
him wetre seriously wounded.
sacrifices will h a v e to he im- was Dr. Edward Barsky, Chair- "If it should
Four Arabs were k i l l e d by Hahappen
that
on lieved to h a v e been trapped as
seenr t< »- ;
name t h e m :
a J e w i sh amazement ever ,
Can-tli s h a r p s h o o t e r i» Katanion
one
felt
the
posed
upon
t
h
e
Jewish
eomThe
/Arabs
later took up sni pS t a t e : a .leivish- .\ ra!> alii;.una
M . - kor
Attacks
tin
on Friday.
man
of thc Joint Anti-Fascist May 15 the U N . is not in a the r e s u lt - .of a n explosion w h i c h
temper to be one of determina- ing positions and fired at Mekor n n . u i t y of P a l es t i n e b y force.
l l u i m on Satur.ia> were r e p u l s e d .
Committee
of
New oosition to v .take up j urisdiction wrecked a public house at Cen(' i t . i l t y
"We hope t h at t h e U.N. will Refugee
Ilo nven Cinader , .** , w a s
tion
rather
than
depression. Haim aill afternoon. Reuvan
traii-a. I l l i n o i s, on Friday. Bewounded .
Ci- not k'nowingly assume t h e role York , who said Mme. Curie had resp
responsibility
onsibility must not be laid
tween 25 and 30 people were
In an attack on Har T u v yester- SAFAD, S a t u r d a y . — An un- M e a n w h i l e, the m i l d , sunny day nacJer , 22 , was fatall
y wounded, of t h e P . r i t i s h M a n d a t o r y in an been invited to New York as a at the door , of the U. Kd " he removed f r o m
wreckage
th c
1 io re
day, * '« Arabs w e r e k i l l e d .
,
identified Ara b w a s killed and brought out hundreds of peop le
effort to ca r r y oui t h e k i n d of
w e r e no J e w i s h c as u a l t i e s . W hen
Snin>ing from K atamon
uninjured.
added .
r e st r i c t i v e , c ri p p l i n g a n d dis- guest of his Committee.
A r a b s attacked
the quarries
at M o h a m m e d K h f f . i l K u r d i , of to stro I on Mount C armel and
M c a n ,w h i l e>
M.bah, a Jew was k i l l e d and t w o S a f a d , was seriously injured
Arab sni
in c r i m i n a t o r y
measures u n d e r
Dr. Barsky 's Committee was
A number
of Labour Memwas
wcr,«
wounded.
One
Jew
enjoy the lull after a day of con- k- „,„ mr t „ „„.1M J L _ .„. (.¦ ¦
when
two
exp
losions
occurred
Katamon
poured heavy fire into
^ w h i c h P a l e s t i n e has been ad
k i l l e d and ten were w o u n d e d in
included
in the list issued re- bers moved an amendment
to
tinuous
exchange
of
tire
yesterat
Kilometre
216
on
t
h
e
Acrean a t t a c k on M o t / a
recen t y e a r s ."
nearby IJ ewish quarters yesterday i»'» ls t «-reil in
b y ' thc U. S. Attorney ensure that there was no hiatus
' " r -J
S a f a d road yesterday morn- day.
c o n t i n u e d R a b b i Silver . "W. centl y
i
r\
vo
J
and on.
Friday .
On
Friday a|> u mW
TELEPHONE COMMFNH A- ing. The bus in w h i c h t h e y
o h l iC T l i o n (o n>,)(l. ( 1 Genera l of organizations classed when the Mandate was given up .
Arabs suffered
31 casualties evening an Army artillery unit t h a t t h e
¦*¦ TIONS b e t w e e n H a i f a and were riding w a s not damaged ,
decision of t h e ( * en as "disloyal and subversive. "
They wanted the Bill to provide CH ICAGO , Saturday (Renter) .
and
21 atop the Silberstein building in era! Assembly r e ma i n s v a l i d
Tel A v i v were c u t on F r i d a y but the road was m a d e im- yesterday - 10 killed
that
the transfer would be made — Forty-two persons were killed
Prof. Joliot-Curie
is head of
n n d y e s t e r d a y, f i r s t w h e n a bus passable.
severely . Katamoni fired two-pound shells f o r Hi e J e w i s h people.
We
wounded , 10 of them
to
a
specified bod y of the U.N. and over 300 injured in tornadoes
bridge
the.
over
R
a
Earlier,
WaK n o c k e d down a pylon at
h a v e accepted it a n d we a r e the French Atomic Energy ComIn a reprisa l
attack
on A r a b at an A,rab sni per 's post
and prepared to a b i d e b y i t .
m a t Clan , a n d t h e second t i m e di H a l a z u n between Al Birwa
mission , and attended the Bikini The amendment was defeated b y which swept parts of thc N orthand two silenced it. Subhi Yusef, 21 , of
tor u n k n o w n reasons.
and Daniun v i l l a g e was blown transport, nine buses
Jews Will Move Forward
124 votes to 17. The supporters Eastern U.S. Damage ran well
atom bomb tests in Ju ly 1946.
up, a n d t h e road , too, is im- taxis were hit.
the Old City ,
was shot
and
"//
dollars , it was
the
U.N.
Commission
is
1' informs
wen- passable.
cloth
and
iM. 'Luis ' S;ii!l'*in t . '.S-cri i a- of the amendment agreed that if into m i l l i o n s oi
For thc first time , A r a b sni pers wounded m K a t am o n
yesterdav unable to carry out t h e man- ry l le n e r i i l of t h e World I'Yde- there was no such body to take reported here last n i fh t . .
stolen by t h e I.Z.L. f r o m a
deites which were assigned- to
c hose Hassan Sb.ukri Street as m o r n i ng
Jerusalem
on
i .B.U. s h o p in
m t i o n of T r ad e Idnions , was over , Britain mi g ht not be able
Seven children were a m o n g tlic
it by the Genera l Assem bly ,
"• ' rid ay.
d e i a i n c d and i n t e r rot ated for
Ara b g;angs from Sheikh Jarra h
a target , and today the approach
to withdraw from Palestine.
the Jew ish people of Pal estine
victims.
Two of them were k ilimto tiie Law Courts, M u n i c ip a l i t y fired mortars at the Hadassah will move fe trward in the spi- more t h a n a n hour hy Id.S.
n i i j -r a t i o t i officials on his a rg i rl . H ay a
One of the Labour "rebels," led at Landeck (Ohio) when the
A n eisrht-yeia r -'ohl
N A T H A N Y A , S a t u r d a y . — A and District O i f ices ,
used bv Hosp ital at 9.30 last ni ght , but rit of that resolution and will r i v a l by a i r from l' a r i s yesI d m ba u m , was k i l l e d by a bus road-block at t h e e n t r a n c e to
Sq/Ldr H.L. Austin, criticized storm wrecked a church nnci thc
^
both
became caused
and
Arabs
,
neither casualties nor do e v e r y t h i ng that will be dic- t e r d a y .
Jews
w h i l e c r o s s i ng A l l e n b y Road in t h i s township was demolished
Mr. Creech Jones ' "lamentable " steep le: fell on a nearby school ,
tated by consular at ions of naM . S n P l a n t was on his way
"..-I A v i v on F r i d a y m o r n i n g . . . t h i . s morning by British sol- imp assable.
damage.
tional sM.rriral as well as the
on
t Snndu Icy (Ohio) ,
l o M e x i c o C i t y f o r t h e confer- speech , while Mr. Ian Mikardo and
A l -r ah .-un Raher , Id of R a m a t diers.
In t h e afternoon Arab gangs consid erations of. justic e nnel
A r a b s Shoot A r a l)
ence of Latiu i American T r a d e asserted it was impossible to con- Lake Erie five children were inc o n c u ss i o n of
C a n , .- . u st a i n e d
The action
was taken behistetric r i g h t s ."
I' nions.
Sni pers in Wadi Nisnas aimed blew up . an unoccup ied Jewish
t ii' b r a i n w h e n he was knocked cause Jews yesterday searchtinue indefinitel y to pay li p ser- j ured when the roof of a school
l>r. S i l v e r w a r n ed t h a t t h e
house
in
N
a
h
l
a
t
Shimon
but
,
d o w n by a m o t o r c y c l e on t h e ed two m i l i t a r y lorries t a k i n g at all passersby. A labourer on
world would not p r o f i t by t h e
vice to the U.N. while refusing caved in , t mpp ina 35 pup ils.
h i g h w a y y e s t e r d ay m o r n i n g .
A r a b labourers through t h e his way to the Munici p ality was there wer e no casualties. Farlier, lesson w h i c h was being read
to facilitate
the entry
of the
Four f i f t h s
of the town of
road-block.
* * *
hit in the arm , and when no one T.A./Cp ll. N.ij id Abed Mchsin to it by t h e U. S . t h a t , a r eviCommission into Palestine.
m
o
n
t
h
s
northn
i
ne
A n extension of
Bunker H i l l (I l l i n o i s) ,
sion
of
a
n
i
n
t
e
r
n
a
l
i
o
n
i
a
l
j
u
d
g
could
come
to Ins hel p,
he Hassan , 2Z.5, of Dira village , was
( u n t i l D e c e m b e r 31. 1.- MX )
has
ment , maturely
to
is
reported
arrived
ai PARIS , . Saturday (Reuter) . , —
east
of
St.
Louis,
More Confu sed
to thc H a d a r shot and seriouslv inj ured nea r a f t e r prolonged a n d o b jec t i v e
managed to get
been g r a n t e d for t h e f i l i n g of
'
Mr
S,
S
i
l
v
e
r
m
a
n
sa
.
n
l
t
h
e
issm*
levelled.
have
been
A
ti
of
the
link
between
htening
g
"V a.'acov .
the
claims under
I.M came ni on- eonl ' ns .Ml each t inur o ^ t i 't i i i i o n
investigation
and
Hacarmel Police Station.
\r\c Neve
discussion,
the Departments and the centra l tile (.' ov .'i -iniieiif m a d e a st a l e n i e n t .
A u s t r i a n R e s t it u t i o n l a w s , a nd T l P d - T t l A S. S a t u r d a y . On
1 hursday
ni ght
Arab could be e x to r t e d bv t h r e a t s
One turned out to be an Arab.
W h a t t h e r.N . \vaiif " < l was t<> K<>
Government by the creation of 10 P a l e s t i n e , and
to t h e A r a b
s h o u l d be a d d r es s e d
w h a t t h e I' rit
was kill ed
and three
gangsters blew up the Yemenite a n d d e f i a n c e .
Four Jews
were killed
and
's repre- ei h t . Inspectorships General to ish (' ovenn .ienl di'l was to s l o p
Tl.e
J
e
w
i
s
h
Agency
F ' n a n z l a n d e s d i r o k ! ion.
o t h e r s w e r e s er i o u s l y i n j u r e d
g
synagogue; and two houses in s e n t a t i v e wen t on t o say ( h a t
t h e m . It w a s u n f a i r t o a c r u s e t h e
w h e n t h e e x p l os iv e s (h e y were three were wound ed , nnd three
of Depart- l' .N ' . of not . d o i n .tr t h e i r d u t y , headminister
group s
Letters and postca rds m a y now c a r r y i n g w e n t off bet ween (le- died of wounds received earlier N a h l a t Sihimon. One was a two- t h e Agency believed t h e peacewto - v li ehrn -inir
I'i.nse
t h e I'. r i t i s l i
"in times of crisis" was r . N e e h i l d r e n wl . ii , as t h e y ro t ild N A I R O B I . S a t u r d a y ( U e u t e v l
ba poa d s d r r c d in R a t e s ' i n o to all nossa r s e t t l e m e n t and Tah gha
storey ho .use belong ing to Mr. f u l i m p l e m e n t a t io n of P a r t i - ments
o
in the week.
A Shelev
truck
tint
,
-would
get
t
h
e
i
r
w
a
y
,
not p l a y . The K e n y a I.e, ,i s l a i i ve Council
t i o n io be im p o s s i b l e under provided for in a hill adopted by
p a r ' s of G e r m a n y .
yesterday morning.
¦today passed a - h i l l m a k i ng it
Mordecai Levi , and the other a
Sir
t
r
i
e
k
H
a
n
n
o
n
called
t
h
e
l'a
which was fired on while crospresent c o n d i t i o n s . He e m p h a - thc French Assembl on Thurs- d''l^rr? *""' -?r*Te--fir Tie- d a r k e s t steps
* * *
The dead m a n is A l i . M u s t a y
l a w f u l t'i.r t h e Kenya GovernThp editor . Dr. R. Lubotzky, fa f t i l a n . a nd t h e i n j u r e d a r e sing R u s h m iyeh Rridce yesterday grocery owned b y Mr. Avraham sized "preseni c o n d i t i o ns . " Jl
in tln> h i s t o r y of t h e present ad
ment t o keep J e w is h d o t a l ' ires
day
night.
¦
in 't n i s t rn t io TI . "'
ov.d most of t h e s t a f f
of
t h e Kassi m S d i l i m Kast ern , K h a l e d
Cohen . Another (ewish
house w a s t h e A r a b St a l e s ' d e f i a n c e
evening, and whose two drivers
t h e a t G i lt f i l c a m p a f t e r l i t e expiwere
on
Afany
in
ore
'Members
M.
Minister
of
Moctv
Jules
pro-R.ussian Hebrew a f t e r n o o n MVri , a i n l .M o r i H a s s a n Ka of
i
h
e
CN.
decision
which
had
was demolished by Arabs on
sneakers ' list , h u t t h e d e b a t e had r a t i o n of t h e B r i t i s h .M a n d a t e
were sli g htl y w o u n d e d, was sot
d a i l y " M i v r a k , " resigned an r a b i . a l l of M a j d a l .
caused these present condi- the Interior , said the aim was to t o lie a d j o u r n e d du e to lack of
in P a l e s t i n e in M a y a n d t h e r e Friday
nisght.
The
house
had
"ideologiT h u r s d a y n i g h t over
tions.
i e The Hill now goes to t h e
on fire a l t e r thc Police had taken
W it h o u t t h e m imple - avoid
ex- t11i epiu.se
the disorganization
a f t e r t o deport t l i e m l o Palesof
LordH
"
been evaluated
after Haganah ment t u b »a w o u l d
w i ' h t h e pacal differences
.
h a v e been
the driver to a first-aid clinic.
perienced during the strike wave
( R e nter and Palcor) t i n e .
p< r 's b a c k e r s . Thc .paper w a s
by
guards were disarmed
the possible with t h e m i n i mu m
A b o u t .>' « > Jews d e t a i n e d at
Six of the Arabs killed were
f a o m d' - .l t h r e e m o n t h s ago.
to conflict .
"ft very decision of November and December last
Security Forces in the area.
by
n o w a d a y s results in some con- year. The Communists opposed *™ ADE PACT. France has t h e c a m p r e c e n t l y p e t i t i o n e d
snow-storm p icked out in Wadi Nisnas
Uast
week ' s
Ir
A p ark et of ci garettes
found f l i c t . " Dr. S i l v e r pointed out . ,
four-year
t r a d e t h e G o v e r n o r for r e p a t r i a t i o n
a
sun c d
sharp shooters
yesterc l a i m e d t h e l i v e s of six Bedu- Haganah
the measure.
11) P a l e s t i n e .
p er e c w e n t with Poland.
on the f!ioor
of the P. W. D.
H e objected to M r . Austin 's
in n e a r Hebron, a c c o r d i n g to d a y,
were
and
seven Arabs
"armed
reference
to
elements
offices in the Street of the Pro"Ad Di fa 'a. "
wounded there.
by sea." Britain had never
T l ' l K M l W . S i i t i | i * d ;i .\ . Th ree
Snow p i l e d u p on t h e cave
p hets yestterday afternoon was charged this, he said
, and he
A• ¦•' !> - • a n d t w o R r ''- , i-s l i soldiers in w h i c h t h e y w e r e l i v i n g , a n d
The ' Jewi.sh casualties are:
*
f i l l e d withi geli gnite.
quoted the Mandatory's mon
we r e i n j u r e d w h i n .\ r n b s np- t h e roof caved in. s u f f o c a t i n i g
Heart : Haim l* r i e r t l i n , .".H - Asher
Two rmore Ara b T.A.C. 's de- reports let shem; t h a t armed THE HAGUE , Saturday (Reur .r ( iti>i l ;i si'ct ion ni t h . ' r a i l w a y a m a n , I wo c h i l d r e n an d t h r e e rulu-n , : * l; A d o l f <a , [ , ( i i , '*« ; ae.rt
:
Kahaniini
"Nissiin
ounrt
ert
M
i
l
.
.
.
\
\
line
i ' e:ii K i tj d s i l i a
s t a t i o n women.
serted their posts in Jerusalem incursions had, been mad e by t e r) . — Dutch Communists were
Levy.
IK; *»Ioslu- K-,ir|> , I S ; and
l a n d , ne) t by sea. " I f this lan¦
t h i - afternoon .
over the week-end — one from gunge, rem ains , it
:'l
aim
lde,
ali .
.
.v
becomes expelled last ni ght from the Perdead
who
were
The
Arsih
l
o
c
o
m
o
t
i
v
e
a
n
d
t
h
r
e
e
T hi '
Aff airs
ComH o s - the roof o.f the Generali Building applicable to t h e Jewish im- manent Foreign
hl-oilj-'ht (<) the ( J o v e r n n i e n t
w ag on s w e r e d e r a i l e d, a n d I h e
pital are
A b d u l l a h e d -H i a b . id: and the other from the St. Paul' s migrants
from
Europe and mittee of the Lower House. This
,
H
A
I
F
A
Saturday.

Men
l i n e i-~ n ow closed t o till t r a f.luTi.il Zahter , :* .V, Satin. H u s s e i n
Cyp r u s , who
cerm e
j
without
i
D
dressed as A irborne
soldiers / e i n , •.'.;; and I b r a h i m A b d u l l a h D
'
' .
Koad entrance
to the
Russian
.
.
fi c .
which was sponsored b y
P o l i c e a r e g u a r d i ng t h e
¦
arms. m
Th ey come tn accord- move,
robbed
t
h
e
N
A
A
F
I
Stores
in
A w a d , *..
wr e c k .
Comnound. ,
the Labour Party , will cut the
an
ce
ivith
thei
r
r
i
g
h
t
s
.
They
Harbour
Street
here
thi3
A British Police Constable wac
four
Ka r l v
this
moi-n 'mg
The R a i m a l l a bus was fired com e in to support t h e U.N., Communists off from secret inm orning of LP.16. 000 worth of
A n i b s held u p ;t Lrv nods t r t i i n
killed during firing in Saleh Fd on near .Neve Yaacov yester- while guerrilla bein-ds come in
cigarettes.
formation on foreign policy, passh 'ti ving
the Tulkanu station
and an Arab to f v e j h t t h e U.N."
They drove up in four army- Din Rp oad when trying to rescu e day a f t ernoon
t w o w a g o ns
n n d b r ok e i n t o
ed
bw
the
Government
to
was
i
n
j
u
r
e
d,
according
to
A
r
a
b
Jewish driver of an armoured
s t o r es . type t r u c k s and loaded the 87 a
containing
military
sources.
Parliament.
cases on to a t r u c k .
81
truck under heavy fire yesterday
T h e v e m p t i e d one wagon eoniPolice who a r r i v e d
in an
The fact that it was a Labour
¦pl .-iol * . a n d one p a r t i a l l y.
afternoon , according to an offiarmoured ear d>d not . suspect
motion which excluded the ComA wireless set
was stolen t h e "soldiers , " .- ,
wen t into cial report.
munis ts, was said to confirm re—
OSLO
,
the
T u l k a r m R a i l w a y t h c b u i l d i n g to look for thc
Sa turday (Reuter) .
from
An A r my and two Police armindications that the Dutch
SI /-Hon bv two f i r m e d A r a b s thieves.
cent
Uutch
Hy SH ,\HK (.I KBENLlpU
Norway
yesterday
announced
driver
oured cars rescued t h e
N K 'n S l . V , S a t u r d a y . — Miliye t - r d a y m o r n i n g .
While t h e y were inside the
La-hour party has begun an allnew call up measures
and
thc
while
from
the
cab
of
hi.s
vehicle
from P a l es t i n e
t a r y s u pip l i e s
men drove off with t h e cigaagainst
of existing conscrip- along-thc-Iine campa i gn
under fire
from Wadi Rushmi- a r e b e iiiy ; t r a n s f e r re d to Cyp- cxrension
-cites,
G A Z A . S a t u r d a y , A l m o st S<m rettes.
,c a
f,Vc«- effect
»!,*„ week'
<-;««
*.C(~^
nc this
thc
C^ommunists.
...~-Ly
Quarter
r
u
s
as
work
jroes
a
h
e
a
d
t
o
wooden sleepers a n d a b o u t o' "t
tion
as
^
first
of
p
ch
^lltssa
s
and
t jie
e|^
m a k e i h i i s i s l a n d one of t h e Parliamentary vote of an extra
met res of t r a c k were s t o l e n Driver Escapes Injury ^
Din
Road.
Troops
Saleh
Hd
si roiisrest
f o r t resses
in
the
MM
W e d n esd a y a n d T h u rs d a y
Messrs. "Hamesapek
- A Jewish silenced
the -w o r i .I . l.t nst week, t h e s.s . 1 >a- 100 m. kroner for defen ce.
three houses in
f rom t i ( . s i d i n g a t t h e a b a n - GAZA , Saturday .
wish to i n f o r m t h e
"
Less than 24 hours after PreJerusalem , p u b l i c t h a t
doned I t a s h i d a m i l i t a r y e i in i p . vehicle, escorted by the Army, wadi , from which fire wa.s com- n u b i a i i d iseh n i*ired .' >. . ><K ) tons
REGISTRATION FOR
struck a mine on the Gaza-Jaffa ing, with 2-p ounders. An Arab of s u p p lies ;ii L a r n a e a f r o m mier Finra Berh a rdsen , had j oinP a l e s t i n e, i n c l u d i n sr petrol , oils
X ON-RASIIER
road yesterday morning, but the w a , seen
p lacing an incendiary a n d b u i l d l i i t L ; - m a t e r i a l s . They ed the Swedish and Danish PreFROZEN MEAT
HAIFA ,
S a t u r d a y . — T h re e driver escaped mmr** .
miers
in
denouncing
ComAnoth er device under the truck , and Po- ¦were tal - Oen
lo th e I Hiekelia
will be open from today,
ex-F * !r't !sh C o n s t a b l e s and a n
munism,
the Government anmine wa.s found and detonated . lice opened fire on him immedia- base .
March 21 u n t i l Tuesday,
A r a b w i l l be tried on hoard
M r . -I K. K i l m a r t i n h a s --r- nounced that those now serving
M a r c h 23 ( Inclusive )
[ wo Jewi.sh
armoured
cars telv , with no know n results, l h e
l h e s.s. Ocean Vigour h e r e on
r i v e d w i t l i i n s t a f f of live A r ab s
between 8 a.m . n n d
'
r
their
rune
months
military
service
'
fired
on
K
t
r
b
c
t
h
Beit
Barb
hey
a r e Godfrey
yes- truck caug ht lire , and
M onday.
was de- t o set u p t h e Nea r Last A r a b
1 p.m. and 3-— 6 p.m. a t : —
A l a n Stephenson . A r t h u r Fd- terday morning, according to an stroyed .
for another
P . r o a d e a s H i i i ' a - s t at i o n at 'J j i n i u s - would he retained
1 > Gohlfcm , B u t c h e r,
Ceorge
ward A k e h u r s t
and
22 K i n g George Ave,
sol. I ' y p t r i o t employees for I h e three months.
I here were no
official report.
blew
y
esterday
T
he
Arm
up
y
Ross, and S a b t i S a b b a t i , w h o
2) Fuchs, Butcher
s t a l i o n a ire hein -i' r e c r u i t e d .
Those who have alread y served
an abandoned honor in Hashowere a r r e s t e d in a, stolen Po- casualties.
RatLsbonne Y a r d .
T h e si ii-eniiM h of l h e R . A . F .
J
lice a r m o u r e d car.
¦
A clash between
and mcr Street where a British Con- on Cy p n u s is expect ed t o he their conscri ption would be called
Jews
3) AU Consumers '
^' ' '•;. ,, i Jg ^^ I}
(g "
The m e n , all of whom were Arabs occurred last ni g ht on Deir stable was killed last week by a t r i p led w i t h in t i n * next
Cooperat i ves
Certain
few up for extra training .
dressed in A r a b c l o t h e s w h e n
in
Jerusalem.
m o n t i i s . amd a i r force i n s t a l l a - technicians would also be recalled
Fl Balah land. :-, over thc owner- mine.
a r r e ' - r a 1, w i l l be toCd under
Clients , are asked to bring
t i .i a s w i l l bo set U f) .
M e a naccording to unshi p of crop s.
Armed Arabs stole the arms of w h i l e , a m a i r s u r v ey of I lie or retained for training over the
t h r * ]) , - :' ..nee R e g u l a t i o n s.
t h e i r petroleum r ation cards I
2-M
^ Tt,, "' ;:!„
_i ^y ^SB^ "
'
confirm ed rep orts.
four Arab Policemen
en on Thursl nurs- i s l a n d is bei 'iiij c a r r i e d out l>\ twelve months service.
d ay, while armed lews stole the e x p e r t s o.f t h t * I rail Petroleum
Co . a n d i he Anj rlo- I r ainn i a n PetPolice
weapons of ei g ht Jewish
r o l e u m c-' o.
Saturday.
MO-VAJ I- >VwxraCfc- crO-e<^bue>i^Jci-.
N A T H A N Y A,
— men the same da>
S A F A P . S a t u r d a y . —Two A r a b Fire was opened at K f a r YoSIR ROKERT HOWE, GoverMallouk
Anton Hanna
Constables guarding
a
r o a d - n a h s e t t le m e n t on t h e N a b l u s
n o r - G e n t :ral of the S u d a n , h a . s
l . l ' .p ,'- -. i n die A r a b Q u a r t e r h e r e , road a t m i d n i g h t last n i g h t . Jerusalem was arrested here or
l e t t Londion for K h a rt o u m a f ¦
v " r h . d d u p yes '.e i aU y by a r msettlers
ret urned the. Friday in possession of an auto ter t a i k .-s w i t h
The
the
B r i t i sh
ed A r i a s w h o s t o l e t h e i r r i f l e s . f i re , a n d t h e r e wer e no casum a t i c p istol.
G o v e r n m e n t on the Sudan issue.
L ' .t e .- - , f o u r r n a a k c ' l a n d > irm- a l t ie s .
ed A r a b s s t o l e t i e w e a po n of
a n A r a b C o n s t a b l e ou d u t y a t
Unsafe Safe
ti n- Covernment Hosp ital.
You don 't know how sparklr
**/ l i
S a t u r d a y . — Wage
HAlftA.
ling your teeth can be, nor
jyin o il e y
lot ;id ¦ ig
DP . IJ ' .'M
¦
;
;
I d ' . a ; a wooden
was
stolen
how attractive your smile—
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i
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s a fe in t h e o 'lic. . of an A rmy
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s u b - m a c h i n e -gu n s .
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ST KV F Y M A P S STOLEN
P" ji usf*
ri fl es and a revolver were stolen
<
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^••i .«- -^-iWb*W^fr -# -r
y~
Mot ke<l a n
.. mmd
Arabs
'xX - regularl y, and enjoy the
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from British soldiers at the Lon- h e l d u p t w o w . v .ch m e n,
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WEEK-END IN
PALESTINE

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BUS BLOWN U n

Tornado K M s 42 ,
Inj ures 300

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Poad'Plocfe Destroyed
By Soldiers

FRANCE PREPARES
CRISIS MEASURES

Plown Up p v Own
E?m!c~ives

Kenya Detainees To
Stay After Mandate

Six Beduin Killed
in Snowstorm

JS r~hs S??.bo!RCfe
, 'lwaTr Lir» e
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Acrainst Communists

UNSUSPECTED

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Settlement Fired On

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believed to be
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tion who arrived
who
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six

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p a r t m e n t O f f i c e in N a b l u s , on
F r i d a v a f t e r n o o n a n d made oi f
w i t h a b o u t 101) m a p s valued at
LP.50 .
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F.,asily it rests in the hand. Proudl y it -.its in the p.-rket ,
Its nib is ttf gold — none U u . . — .-.nd ihe llo\ , is
always .iit i rt , a I\p/«% s s!.-j p .i ,o

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difference it m^kes.

TOOTHBRUSH
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rsxp iwwAiwy

THE PALESTINE

POST

¦PUIS is a grave hou r for the
¦*• Jewish people. They will
meet it in u n i t y and steadfastness. It is not t h e y who retreat nor is it
NO
their c a u s e
Tl'RNING
t h at has been
BACK
d i s l i o noured.
When , on November 20. 1047, the General
Assembly of the United Nations gave its solemn and studiously considered assent to recommendations which included
the establishment of a Jewish
S t a t e in Palestine, this t a r d y
act of just restitution was due
in no small p art to t h e advocacy and sponsorship of the
T' nited States of America. In
less t h a n four short months,
politic al blackmail and crude
t h r e a t s of aggression h ave
sufficed to reverse America 's
conception of a f a i r solution
and to lead her to a*n unashamed
and
undemocratic
repudiation of her own
and
the
United
Nations ' j udgment.
America's repudiation is no
Joss shocking for being nothing
new in inter»national betrayal.
M a n c hu r i a , Abyssinia , Munich
and the Palestine W h i te Paper
— l a nd m a r k s , as they were , in
the shameful disintegration of
democratic principle between
t h e two wars — have f a m i l i a r ized the world with the stratagem of Government when
its concern for the liberal ideals
upon which Western civilization is based , becomes subordinated
to mere exigency.
America 's decision to sacrifice
f h e Jews to a policy of appeasement to the Arabs, is at
t h e same sinister level as t h e
British decision of 19^1, as
laid down by the W h i t e Paper
and pursued in practice ever
since.

House Group Pass
Foreicw Afd Bills

WASHINGTO N,
Saturday
(Reuter) . — The U. S. House
Porei gn Affairs Committee last

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It has been clear for some
time t h a t pressure by t h e British Foreign Oflice and U. S.
oil interests, in eoneoi-i wit11
State D e p a r t m e nt a: , .I Combined General Staff elements
of high r a n k , has been directed at bringing about t h e submission of t h e President and
his A d m i n i s t r a t i o n to a Palestine policy s u b s t a nt i a l l y in
lint* w i t h Mr . Kevin 's. In spite
of the innocent airs pur on
h y 'I/Ondon spokesmen yesterday, there is little doubt t h a t
t h e President' s final c a n i t u l a tictn comes w i t h i n t h e f r a m e -\vork of a series of a r ra ng e ments to which I'. r it a i n and
f h e A r a b League are parties .
But for th' se arrang ements,
t h e plan could be put i n t o operation tomorrow , and none
knows t h i s better t h a n His
Majesty's Governmrtit which
h a s done all in its power to
m a ke implementation impossible . W h i l e Great B r i t a i n has
resorted to ca-canny and sabotage on the spot , Presiden t
Truman 's representative
on
the Security Council has been
i-nstructed to a rgue, in flagr a nt contradiction of the facts ,
that the establishment of the
Jewish State , must depend on
t h p birth of th e Arab S ta t e ,
and t h a t A r a b opposition to
the one automatically cancels
the other. This sophistry is
of a piece with the "general
opinion '* — so caustically dismissed by the USSR delegate
— t h a t t h e Plan cannot be
made to work by peaceful
means . In the light of the
FJussi ans ' robust refutation of
a i r y and insincere a rguments
f l o w i n g from British and A r a b
sources , coupled with Russia ' s
aloofness from t h e Trust eeship
Council . Senator Austin 's proposals to throw the question
b ack to t h e Assembly is cert a i n to meet with redoubtable
opposition.
For the Jews, the situation
f u n da m e n t a l l y has not changed. P a rt i t i o n of Palestine as
prescribed b y the United Nations represented but a fragment of claims based on internation al pledge and n a t i o n a l
need. Acceptance of the U.N.
compromise plan was an act
of conciliation which left no
f u r t h er room for concession.
That plan was given the aut h o r i t y of the United Nations
on November 2!), and on the
basin «r,f th i-it (authority the
Jewish constitutional bodies
and the Yishuv itself have
acted ; and in defence of that
plan , which represents the
m i n i m um rights of the Jews
and bea rs the a u t h o r i t y of
V .N ., precious Jewish lives
h a v e been lost. Sacrifices in
defence of
the
irreducible
ri ghts of the Jewish people
v i l l continue. For on those
lights t h e r e cannot he, now or
later , any t u r n i n g back.

GUATEMALAN TROUBLE SPOT

STOKER told the magisA trates at Blandford , Dorset, recently that because the
portrait of a Waaf tattooed
f Nf r k
on his left forearm was causBy ELIZABETH NICHOLAS
ing trouble between his wife
#Vd%rcan fly from Guate- Indian , descended from tlhe on stilts to keep the wnts out. and himself , he was going to
YOU
,
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mala City, capital of the Maya - Quiche tribe , people with a hot , damp climate. In London to find a tattoo expert
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Republic , to Belize , capital of who had an elaborate civiliza- the best hotel there I found who would remove it or black
British Honduras , in a couple tion long before Greece. The the biggest cockroach I had it out.
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the
including
seen ,
ot the population is over
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a
LAMBERT said he biof hour.). A local air line balance of
dH
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gamously married
runs a regular service. But if of mixed Indian and Spani sh Middle East.
you didn 't care to fly, heaven blood , descendants of the conHonduras the Waaf during the war. "1*^
British
Still ,
knows how long it would take quistadores of the Spanish is I-Jritish, and the people are did my time for it and my
j /
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ruli ng British too, and like it. It may wife can't forget about it. She
The small
you. No roads run between Empire.
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today
is
mostly
of
Ku- be that the question of sove- j nags me from morning till
class
,
and
of
Ihe
two
capitals
* V*v »*
-4
railway s. You would ropean descent
course,
no
reignty there will be brough t night. If I take my coat off
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THE magistrate adjourned the case
a coastal steamer ready to bet ween Mexico in the noirth soldiers will wander through
An and Salvador and Honduras the damp, sticky hot streets, for a month and advised Lamtake
you
up
to
Belize
.
&
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aeropl ane is the only practical (no to be confused with Brit- perhaps have a drink at the bert to do his best to get the
method of transport.
ish Honduras) in the south , Pickwick Club , and wonder mark removed.
DIOGENES

A
claiming Guatemala has two seaboards, what the fuss is all about.
Guatemala , now
the Pacific and the Caribbean.
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own
its
Honduras
for
British
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Guatemala City, 5,000 ffeet
is a remarkably beautiful
country The territory of the up, is ideal , warm by (day A R l L A SH N E R — A n A pp reciation
Republic is split down the and cool by nigh t , nearly the
Ari Lashner, who met with a States, and in cities all over the
middle by a high range of whole year round. The popmlaCordilleras, tion of the capital is about fatal accident at Kfar Blum was country there are hundreds, percamp,
Cyprus
time
in
a
mountains
the
from
doing:
Th ese young boys and girls, coming: to Palestine
The Pacific slope is rich and 20,000. They live in houses of a youth leader desp ite himself. haps thousands of young people
have alread y experienced a European conflict that left fhem orphaned, but this is the first)
fertile and provides most of only one or two storeys, a ]pre___ Palestine Post Photo (LD
time that they have been offered a permanent home.
the wealth of the country, caution against earthquakes, The last thing he sought was who came to know him and love
Coffee comes from it , grown which from time to time con- leadership with all its responsib- him. When he was asked to help
on plantations, which straddle vulse the city. Flowers grow ilities and need for decisions. in organizing immigration work,
Panama Member: Partition Never "an Academic Problem"
the mountain sides beneath everywhere . The roads runcondition that
great volcanoes , underneath a ning out of Guatemala 'City American city life attracted him, he consented on
are
lined
with
flowering
t
rees
active
part.
take
to
Times
Square
he
could
grow
and giving up
vivid blue sky. Bananas
too chicle, raw material for too ; great clustered masses of go to the Hechalutz Training
as
chewing gum, and cocoa. The purple jacaranda enchant the Farm, or leaving a cosy restaur- A good part of his success
youth leader derived from his
Atlantic slope , which stretches traveller. If you have a
By ELIE ABEL
to the frontier of British Hon- garden , you can pick orclhids, ant corner to go to a drab meet- unconscious charm. Slight, blond,
duras, is very different. A hot , camelias, gardenias, or noses, ing hall were sacrifices that he shy and retiring, with a quiet and
that
Cadogan
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., March Morgan , who was born in Sir Alexander
arid
, meagrely populated ter- almost all the year round.
made no effort to dissemble. subtle sense of humour, he was
Wales, the son civil servants of the Palestine
9 (ONA). — Edouardo Mor- Aberystwyth ,
from the air it is
ritory,
Outside Guatemala City it- And therein
not be
could
Administration
his grea t idolized b young people.
geologist
who
died
lay
of
a
Welsh
gan of Panama, a member of
y
parched and brown looking, self , there are few towns of
after the boy' s birth, counted upon to serve the
charm.
strength
and
dry,
ravines,
the five-man commission char- shortly
split
by
deep
whole
and
in
the
revealed
any
size,
Morgan
commission
the 18 months of his
,
During
Panama
by
his
to
Western Desert . country there are only 720
ged with carrying out the was taken
He enj oyed to the full all the life here, he continued his strugColombian, that the commission had re- thirsty as the
who
was
a
mother,
for
United Nations decision
several communica"I accepted this job ," he said, ceived
This would be the country miles of railroad. These con- pleasures of life — good food, le to live up to his own ideas.
Palestine, made it plain that
g
that tions from offici als and em- over which any Guatemalan nect Porto Barrios in the west
understanding
the
"on
music, the theatre, he found the He studied
he for one would not be satisHebrew with deonly a ployees of the administration forces would hay e to pass in with San Jose in the least,
would
be
Lake
Success
fied with an ything less th an
on the road to Je- —British, Arab and Jewi.sh— order to reach the frontier. while another line runs north strength, through ocnviction, to termination. With the same decomplet e ind ependence for the way-station
rusalem. I was proud to ac- volunteering to remain at And beyond the frontier , in- to the Mexican frontier . Here, give them up, when the needs of termination he forced himself inproposed Jewish state.
cept. And whatever the Secur- their jobs. One of the first side the Crown Colony of in 1942, war being the spur, the times seemed to demand it
to a life of labour for which he
Morgan disclosed that he is ity Council or the Big Four tasks of the U.N. advance par- British Honduras, they would a bridge was built over' the
of him. He never thought of was not too well suited either
urging his fellow commission- may or may not decide to do, ty now in Jerusalem, Morgan find vast ,
trackless forests ; river Suchiate on the Giuatethe hysicall or temperamentally.
Commission said , would be to arrange for thick , damp, steaming forests, mala-Mexico border , forging himself as the "idealist,"
ers to call upon United Na- the
Palestine
p
y
tions members to repeal im- must not be det erred from the retention of as many of stretching down to with in the last link in a chain of "grim determined fi ghter
for
He died while at work in his
railroad
connecting
North
and
mediately the arms embar- carrying out the instructions these officials as would agree ten
the
coast
miles of
Jewish freedom"; he was always
to stay on.
goes which are hampering of the General Assembly.
where swampy, hot. ever-damp South America. There are the first to admit his own inner new career — construction.
H.A. B
very few roads suitable for
Jewish defence forces. He in"Continuity of the vital ser- marshes run to the sea.
"This is no longer an acastruggles, conflicts and weakdicated that this move might
motor transport.
demic question of internation- vices must be insured," he
in
which
country
A
difficult
take the form of preliminary
Politics are inclined
to nesses. And yet, in spite of himal peace," Morgan declared . said. "To that end we are in to wage war.
consultations between one or
follow the usual Central Amer- self , he was very much a man in
"It is rather a question of constant communication with
THE
more members of the Palesnaked aggression. It is not the Jewish Agency and with Earthquakes and Jacaranda ican pattern. They can be search of an ideal, (he hated that
tine Commission and the Unitvery rugged. Tf you want to
even a matter of content ion the various pol itical parties
PALESTINE
ed States delegation.
What size is Guatemala? stage a revolution , though , in word ) and calling on his enormbetween two parties, to be re- in Palestine. They are ready
"Palestine was one of many solved by appealing to, let us with the draft of a provision- Who runs it , who are the Guatemala you must have the ous reserves of will power and inDISCOUNT RANK
government inhabitants , what are they Army on your side.
of
League of Nations mandates," say, the International Court. al council
ner strength, he stuck to his besomething
which
will
take
over
the
adlike?
Population

he said. "Look at the list of There is nothing contentious
LIMITED
liefs and their consequences, no
B. Honduras is Wet
mandated territories : Syria, about a solemn resolution ministration as soon as the over three and a half million.
^
matter how difficult it was.
Of these, 51 per cent are pure
Lebanon
and Trans-Jordan freel y accepted by a more British move out
JERUSALEM
TEL AVIV
And British Honduras ? Tt
have all attained their inde- than two-thirds majority of
His great influence among the
have
originally
to
is
believed
pendence. Can anyone main- the United Nations.
been settled by woodcutters youth was in large part due to
tain that the Jews of Paleswho came over from Jannaica this honesty. He personified the Capital fo Reserves
"The difficulties involved
tine with their great achievein the first part of the 17th
in
trying
to
establish
an
Arab
ment in education, industry
in any other part of the world century. They manager! tn difficult role of the Halutz in
LP. 1,051,821
DIPLOMATIC ACTION
and agriculture, are any less state beside the Jewish one
quasi-diplowere certainly foreseen last rr,, T-, I- ..
hang on in spite of Spanish America — from the time when
T» i
J .u x by an organ ofviga.,J
vis
m*.
ready for .independence ?"
Post
Pal^tme
The
_
a £er
November 29 when the Parti- The Editor ,
attempts to ejec t them. The he left his home in New York to
^ ^^
The Panamanian represen- tion proposal was approved."
Affiliation:
Sir, — I have studied your son recognized under Public territory became a Crown become a youth organizer in Catative, whose, sharp
and
paper in vaiin since the bomb International Law, as the Jew- Colony
in
187
PS
and
was
"Th e resolution envisioned attack on the Jewish Agency dsh Agency no doubt is, iramesearching questions have causThe Palestine
separated from Jamaicj a in lifornia with no guarantee of supthe possibility that an Arab for a notice as to the steps diat e action would have been
ed acute embarrassment to
1«SS-K Today the population is port and no prospects of livelistate
might
not
be
set
up
Sir Alexander Cadogan, Britwhich the American Consulate taken.
Mercantile Bank
about 04,000 of which 17,000 hood, till the time when he sailand
specifiraJly
provided General has taken after the
ain 's permanent U.N. delegate,
Youra, etc.
live
in
Belize.
It
covers
an
that if this were impossible , outrage perpetrated by one of
as well as to Mr. CreechLimited
M. SCHARF area of nearly 1,000 squave ed as a radioman on a Haganah
the Commission should re- its employees under the proJones, condemned the British
ship For this he gave up a promiles,
and
the
average
rainMarch
14.
Jerusalem,
port that fact to tiie Secur- tection , however unintentionattitude as "obstructive and
fall is 82 inches. (Over !2/>00 mising and comfortable career in
ity Council."
criminally indifferent."
al, of the United States flag.
The Jerusalem
millimetres, compared to {about scholarship and teaching.
TRANS-JORDAN
PORTS
A prominent attorney and
In spite of repeated declaThere can scarcely be any
(300 in a wet season in PalesMany of the institutions of the
Branch:
former newspaper publisher, rations to the commission by doubt that had this happened The Editor , The Palestine Post
v Sir, — In the new Anglo- tine ) .
growing
Habonim
movement
in
will
move back to
City on Stilts
Trans-Jordan treaty we read
its former premises:
America bear the stamp of his
that "British ships will be alMahogany is the staple
lowed to visit Trans-Jordan product of the country. When influence. He took part in the
11 Ben Yehuda St.
ports at any time."
mahogany went out of fashion very founding of the movement
rpHE first piano recital of
Under such a conductor our Philharmonic Orchestra this
The fact is that Akaba is for furniture , the Colony felt from scattered
Labour Zionist
¦1 young Victor Reiss, broad- orchestra plays quite admirab- season) , played Chopin 's E MiOn Tuesday,
the only outlet of Trans-Jor- it. Thus you can trace a rilirect groups.
Summer
camps, choirs,
cast on- Monday, confirmed the ly. I might say that the work nor Concerto as a Soloist under dan towards any sea or ocean connection between the mmdern
seminars,
publications — he
impression of an outstanding was performed with a calm, George Szell on February 28. and cannot well be called a taste for metal, glass, and
March 23.
talent at previous appearances almost proud serenity, through -and the "New York Times" "port" . Where are the "ports" light wood for furniture, and worked on all ,
developed them
Tel. 3233 & 4255.
as an accompanist with a which the blessing of the me- wrote of him:
(more than one), Britain or an increase in tuberculosis all. In the course of this work he
chamber music group.
His lody and the occasional atonal
procla m ation King Abdullah have in mind ? among the unemployed in Brit- travelled throughout the United
fiery
"With
the
Choral Prelude by Bach-Busoni gnmaces of fear become highmeasures of the Where are they to be built? ish Honduras — the people
was harmonious and bell-like ly transparent. ("Mahler 's me of the opening
evident Will Jaffa or even Haifa, will thrown out of work by the
and he played the Chopi n Ron- lodies start in the village work , it was already
with tal ent Gaza or Askalon or Caesarea mahogany slump. War , foir the
do in C-minor with the authen - streets and end in the 'infinite ," that one had to deal For there become the "ports"
order.
of Trans- time boing, brought back: full
tic heroic impetus. Bartok's says his frien d and biographer , of an unusual
Jordan ?
impetus
and
electrical
was
an
employment and wages.
Bulgarian Dance was dynamic Paul Stefan) .
quality, a positiveness and asYours, etc.
and vital , and Albeniz' Triana,
Belize possesses an excelHow well the "peaceful" sured skill in these initial
S T U D E N T lent airport , but otherwise it
with its stirring rhythm and movement sounds, with the
phrases
that
left
no
doubt
of
^,
address
(Name
and
supplied) is not an attractive tow n. A
fascinating colour , reminded double-bass , which , at first , is
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HELSINGBORG
one of a reading by Artur Ru- just noise but which suddenly the fact.
Jerusalem, March 18.
place of wooden houses, built
are
pleased
to announce that
"And from then on ,- it became
binstein.
becomes,
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March
21 .
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MUSICAL DIARY

AKTIERO LA G ET
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in the typical Mahler
manner, melody. The strings
were flawless , and the wind and
brasses, too. The fresh and
clean timbre of Lotte Laufer 's
voice joined the instruments in
the last movement, guiding the
unforgettable performance to
the pianissimo-finale.
The second soloist of the evening was Julius Katchen , who
played Schumann 's Piano Concerto unsentimentally, with a
masculine youthfulness, faultlessly, and with a subtle but
nevertheless decisive ,touch. We
shall be glad to hear more
The death took place in Sydney (Australia) recently of Ig- from this able young man.
Mo.
naz Friedman. Born in Cracow
in 1882, the world-famous pia- Sigi Weissenberjr's Triumph
nist , once a pupil of LeschetizSigi Weissenberg, who won
ky .m Vienna , was unsurpassed the Leventritt Award dn New
as a Chopin interpreter, and York , (which entitled him to
some critics esteemed him as appear with the New York
the greatest Chopin-player of
his time. He was married to a
niece of Leo Tolstoy's.
FRANCO

Mozart and Modern Music
The P.B.S. concert Tuesday
night , conducted by Karl Salomon , presented an attractive
programme. Besides Mozart' s
Funeral March, and his Divertimento No.7 in D Major , we
heard his Adagio in E for Violin and Orchestra. The gifted
soloist. Eli Gruenberg, did particularly well with the intricate
double fingering of Vittorio
Rieti' s Serenade for Violin and
Orchestra.
Ignaz Friedman

IN TEL AVIV
"\A7TTH the performance of
"V Mahler 's Fourth Symphony
at the Ohel Shem Hal l last
Sunday, the P.P.O. subscription
scries reached its climax. Jascha Horen stein, for .whom the
programme-planning is a matter demanding taste and a
sense of responsibility, conducted this magnificent work of
vci!ed J°y f "Jness. this symphomc son £ of eternal love and
eternal despair , with superior
knowledge and With his own
deep-rooted musicianship in
such 'a way that his performance was in no way ie£ m,ov .
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Bruno Walter 's rendering of
the same work in Zurich a year

ni ght approved
the combined
Forei gn Aid Bill , including fund s
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clear rthat Mr. Weissenberg
possessed the ability to become
equally eloquent in passages de-.
m a n d i n g delicacy and poetry,
as in those asking power. His
tone was under sure control
when used at the full , or filed
down to the most ethereal ,pianissimo, and -always sensi tive in
its graduations and nuances.
He could attain extreme brilliance , where required, and yet
invest softer phrases with a
fascinating limpidity of sound.
"The most exacting passages
of the first movement, such as
those of the development and
the coda , where admirably
clean and transparent. The Romania was most deftly tinted,
and the finale could be praised
not only for its charm, but for
the bravura treatment of the
tricky music."

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