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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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CHANUKA EDITION
ff Jewish Florid'Ian
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VOLUME 13No. 52

H
WORKERS ENLIST
I DRIVE MS:
MIAMI, rLURIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 97 lo.n-
PRICE 10 CENTS
With the opening of the 1941
drive of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation nearing, campaign
workers are enlisting daily, with
more than five hundred already
enrolled The workers have
pledged their active partcipation
during the drive in the hercu-
lean task of contacting the thou-
sands of prospective contribut-
ors whose names are on file in
the Federation office.
Division heads have been meet-
ing constantly during the past
few weeks and together with the
officers of Federation are near-
ing the finish of the preliminary
work prior to the campaign.
Pre-campaign division rallies
have met with success with a ca-
pacity attendance present at the
Y M. H A. last Thursday night,
when all men workers were pres-
ent to learn campaign plans and
progress.
The Junior division with Stan-
ton Halpert. as chairman, is com-
pleting organization, and has an-
nounced plans for an entertain-
ment and rally to be held Jan-
uary 6th.
The Women's division neld a
rally at the home of Mr. Leo
Robinson last Friday afternoon,
They were addressed by Harry
Greenstein of Baltimore. Md.
Plans for a huge mass meeting
nd rally January 5th, the eve of
the campaign, have been an-
nounced, when an outstanding
world leader. Dr. Solomon Gold-
man of Chicago, enjoying the
reputation of a brilliant orator,
will fly here to address the gath-
ering.
Expressing satisfaction regard-
mg the progress of pre-campaign
activities. Mr. Isaac Joffe, exe-
cutive director of the Federation,
emphatically pleaded and cau-
sed the Jewish community
not to become over-confident by
m demonstration of enthusiasm
^mg accorded Federation, and
not to he lulled into a state of
contentment and a let-down of
activity.
.'0ur elfo"t must be redou-
*> he stated, "to insure vic-
|"y- The success or failure of
m drive to raise $125,515. a siz-
we amount, yet not more than
r "ir share, depends upon the
u'ty and determination of the
jPins and their teams during
J W days of the drive. We
Eu not eease any effor* p-
b'e ti'l the goal is attained."
'earn captains for the men's di-
won were announced by J. Ar-
Abbctt. general chairman of
CHANUKA
"The Jewish calendar has
many sorrowful Holy Dajs
Chanukathe Feast of Macca-
beesis one of the few joyous
red letter dayss. It collaborates
a victorynot a military vic-
tory only: but a victory also
of the spirit over things ma-
terial. Not a victory only over
external enemiesthe Sadduc- .
cees. A victory of the many
over the ease-loving, safety-
Playing. privileged, powerful
few. who in their pliancy
would have betrayed the best
interests of the people, a vic-
tory of democracy over aris-
tocracy.
"As part of the eternal
world-wide struggle for dem-
ocracy, the struggle of the
Maccabees is of eternal world-
wide interest. It is the strug-
gle of the Jews of today as
well as those of two thous-
and years ago. It is a struggle
in which all Americans, non-
Jews aa well as Jews, should
be vitally interested because
they are vitally affected."
i Former Supreme Court
Justice Louis D. Brandcis.
"CHANUKA AT HOME"
KING PAYS TRIBUTE TO
JEWISH AIR RAID WARDEN
r. M. H. I. ANNUAL
BULL THIS SUNDAY
'S EVENT
London (WNS)King George
of England singled out for special
praise Simon Epstein, a Jewish
air raid warden, during his latest
inspection trip to heavily-bombed
areas in Bristol.
men's division. Associate
the
jjjjnnen of this division for Mi-
*Dh*ij L*" Ackerman and J-
Z. M Lipton. Special gifts
C cha>nnen are Rudy Ad-
and Jacob Sher. Team cap-
P fr Miami are Norman
Weitman, Harold Tannen, James
Leonard, Milton Friedman. H. M
Drewich. Ben Silver. Harry Ma-
gid. Leon Elkin. Sam Silver.
Leon L i e b e r m a n, Jay R.
Schwartz, Joseph M. Fine, Al-
bert Quadow. Al Green. Sylvan
Meyer. Joseph Berman. Asso-
ciate chairmen for Miami Beach
are Sol Goldstrom and Leo Eis-
enstein. Captains for Miami
Beach are Dave Goldstein, Mur-
ry Grossman. Jack August, W. I
Feuer, Charles Tobin. Jacob,
Schcinman. L. Marcus, Sheppard
Broad, Walter Kovner and Har-
old Turk.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, general
chairman of the women's divis- j
ion, announced team captains for ,
the division. Mrs. Monte Selig
is chairman of Miami, with Mes-
dames Leo Ackerman and Leon j
Lieberman as co-chairmen. Mrs. .
Moses Krieger is chairman of
Miami Beach. Captains for Mi-1
ami are Mesdames Harry Oli- j
phant, Meyer Schwartz, M. Ja-
cobs. H. Seithn. Harry Orlin. |
Leo Hohauser. Ethel Grossman,
Louis Pallot. Arthur Rabe. M. A
Sager, Max Orovitz, Herman |
Wepman, Elry Stone, Gordon
Davis. H. Rubin, and Miss Thel-
ma Goldstein. Captains for Mi-
ami Beach are Mesdames H. Lon-
don, Samuel Haber, Wm. H.
Bernstein, Sol Goldstrom. Mau-
rice Jacobs. Harry Platoff. L.
Wolk. Louis Baum. Jack Wucher.
Milton Sirkin
ivtLrft, n i 223 Js onc of the famous genre paintings of
Mentz Daniel Oppenheim (1801-1882). reproduced here bv the
courtesy of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America
&?n T stud'odDat the Munich Academy of We Arts and
825 Lnd T.hiavdHRmt fH 8e"ledJ." Frankfort-am-Main m
J .k ,ath,lcYit'd.s"'--h fame lor his portraits and Jewish
-.rv t'f.le f,'Pr f^ 'nSJanCe^ Gr^- ht' received tht' honor-
si ry_ title of Professor from Grand Duke Kirl August of Saxe-
Weimar. This is a scene of a German family gathered to
celebrateChanuka. showing the traditional lighting of the
candles, the games of cards, chess and trendel (tops) and the
general atmosphere of comfort and homely pleasure associat-
ed with the holiday.
NEW LAW BURS CAUTIONS HEIST
JEWS FBI SOFIA HI JEWISH LAWS
Bulgaria (WNS) Bulgaria's
j 50.000 Jews were relegated to the
status of second class citizens
and barred from residing in the
nation's capital as pro-Nazi dep-
uties pushed through parliament
for final adoption Bulgaria's first
anti-Jewish law.
Passage of the anti-Jewish bill,
preceded by stormy discussion in
parliament, came as a blow to
the Jewish population here since
Bulgaria has been relatively free
of anti-Semitism. All signs
pointed to the bill's adoption,
however, since Nazi Germany
has been wielding increasing in-
fluence in Bulgarian official cir-
cles.
The bill bars Jews from all
government and municipal posts
and stipulates that Jews cannot
be elected to state institutions or
to private societies with "idealis-
tic" aims. Jews cannot enter
the army, but must do compul-
sory labor.
The attendance of Jewish chil-
dren at public schools will be
limited. Jews will not be per-
mitted henceforth to marry Bul-
garians or to employ Bulgarian
servants. They cannot own or
rent rural properties or own
homes in summer resorts.
Budapest (WNS) Hungarian
officials, whose interpretations
of the country's anti-Jewish laws
are even harsher than the official
anti Jewish regulations were
cautioned not to permit their
zeal to carry them too far by
Premier Paul Teleki.
Speaking at a meeting of the
Hungarian Life Party, the Pre-
mier chided government func-
tionaries "who have already be-
gun to carry out the third anti-
Jewish law, the outlines of which
are barely clear even to me." I
Hungary's proposed third anti-.'
Jewish law will be introduced in !
parliament within the next few '
months.
The Premier's speech was at-
tributed to the fact that Lazzlo '
Endre, anti-Semitic prefect of
Pest county, had ordered all '
Christian business men in his
district to display "Aryan" signs i
in their windows. Endre claimed
that this was necessary to dif-
ferentiate between Christian and
Jewish shopkeepers, although
the present anti-Jewish law only
calls for a census of business
men on a religious basis.
Last year Endre issued an ord-
er barring Jewish peddlers from
the public markets.
The funds derived, to be used
for furthering the cultural, edu-
cational and sports program and
other youth building activities.
the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciaiton, have completed details
for the Ninth Annual Ball and
Entertainment given by the or-
ganization and its affiliates Sun-
day, December 29 at the Miami
Civic Center, 31 N. W. 2nd St.
General chairman of the event
is Joseph R. Stein, with Maurice
Grossman, executive director, Nat
Blumberg, music chairman, as-
sisting. Other members of the
committee include Al Pallot.
Herman Waitsman, Leo Robin-
son, Fred Shochet, Morris
Wrooble. Jules Wilson, Max
Mintzer. Abe Pepper, Leo Eisen-
Stein, Geo. Wolpert, William
Shayne. Mannie Gates and his
orchestra will furnish music for
the affair and has been recog-
nized as one of the outstanding
musical groups in this area. Ad-
ditional entertainment will be
furnished by Chester Alexander.
Herman Waitsman will take tech-
nicolor pictures of all attending.
Ticket sales indicate a record
breaking attendance. Reserva-
tions for tables may be made by
calling the Young Men's Hebrew
Association at 3-4012.
FORMER IMMIGRATION
QUOTAS EXTENDED
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)The validity of more than
5.000 immigration permits grant-
ed by the government during the
previous quota period (from April
1 through Oct. 31 of this year)
and not yet used has been ex-
tended by the government in
view of the circumstances that
make prompt arrival of certified
immigrants possible. Ordinarily
such permits must be used within
a specified period or else they
are voided.
Five thousand Jewish immi-
grants who hold permits under
the previous quota of nine thou-
sand are reported to be still en
route, owing to transport diffi-
culties. No quota has yet been
announced for the present six-
months' period, although the
Jewish Agency Executive sub-
mitted a request for one to the
Palestine government almost two
months ago.
JEWS IN BELGIUM ARE
TAXED FOR NAZI RELIEF
Lisbon (WNS)The Nazi ad-
ministration in occupied Belgium
has ordered confiscated one per
cent of all Jewish capital in Bel-
gium banks for the Nazi winter
relief fund in that country, it
was reported here.


PAGE TWO
fJenisiJ tierid/an
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940
Teddy Plant, who entered his
second year at Harvard, is home
for the holidays, visiting with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Plant. He will be in Miami about
ten days.

Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity will
mark the 30th year of its growth
at the annual convention of the
national group to be held at Hol-
lywood Beach Hotel. Dec. 25-28.
The four-day convention is be-
ing held in Florida for the first
time. Highlights of the program
for delegates include a dance at
the Tau Xi House at the Univer-
sity of Miami, election of offic-
ers, a series of round-table dis-
cussions at convention sessions,
a golf tournament at Hollywood
Country Club and a banquet.
Louis Heiman. of Miami, is gen-
eral chairman of the conven-
tion. Members of the Florida
Undergraduates Committee are
Arthur Kahn. chairman, Tau
Alpha; Herbert Horowitz, Tau
Xi; Jack Kronenfeld, Tau Al-
pha; Jack Mintzer, Tau Xi; and
Jerome Weinkle, Tau Alpha.
William Homa and Harry Kap-
lan, Tau Alpha, are co-chairmen
of the Florida Alumni Commit-
tee, which includes Irving Gibbs,
Joseph Field, Burton Kahn' and
Dr. Leo Kupper. all of Tau Al-
pha.
CH
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RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
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Mr. and Mrs. Saul R.
Srolc of Cambridge,
Mass.. will visit with
their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Zeicntz of
337 N. E. 28th St.,
who will hold a re-
ception for them Sun-
day. December 29th,
from 3:00 to 6:00 p.
m. All friends are
cordially invited. Mrs.
Srole is the former
Miss Myrtle Zeientz.
Mr. Srole, formerly
with the Federal Re-
serve Bank of New
York City, graduated
from Harvard, where for the past two years he has been engaged
as an assistant in Economics while studying for his Ph.D. degree.
He is a Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. and Mrs. Srole and their friends, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Halper, nee June Hausman, of New York, will be
in Miami until January 12th.
The men's and women's divisions
of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will
celebrate their second annual
Chanuka latkeh party on Sun-
day night. December 29th. The
affair will be held at the Lon-
don Arms Hotel, 727 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach. Chanuka
games will be played. On the ar-
rangement and ticket committee
are Mr. M. Feit, Mrs. A. Berow,
Mr. H. Wasserman, Mrs. F. Kal-
stein. Dr. M. Safra, Mrs. M. Baer.
Mrs. Nickelsberg, Cantor Ham-
ches and Rabbi M. Mescheloff.
BV POPULAR DEIMHID!
ANOTHER YIDDISH SCREEN HIT
"Motel The Operator"
starring
Chaim TAUBER and Yetta SWIRLING
JANUARY 14 15 16
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES!
PLAZA theatre miami beach
Miss Rosalind Friedman left Sat-
urday for Columbia, South Caro-
lina, to spend the holidays, after
which she will visit in Savannah
over New Years, during which
time she will attend the South-
ern Regional AZA convention af-
fairs to be held there.
e
Dr. Oliver Wolfson is spending
the holiday vacation with his
father, Dr. Abraham Wolfson of
Miami Beach. The young Dr.
Wolfson is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh and is prac-
ticing dentistry in New York
City.
e
Greater Miami Drum and Bugle
Corps of the Jewish War Veter-
ans are having a benefit bingo
and card party at the Masonic
I Temple, N. W. 1st St. and 15th
' Avenue Monday evening, De-
cember 30 at 8 o'clock. Mrs. J.
L. Jacobs and Mrs. M. Newman
will be hostesses. This is one
of many affairs planned to help
send the corps to Tallahassee
January' 5th. Col. Sidney Palm-
er and Capt. Harry Schulman
will accompany the corps as well
as Mrs. J. L. Jacobs and Mrs.
Eugene Weiss.
Alvin and Lloyd Gardner, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gardner
of Miami Beach, returned home
I for the holidays from Atlanta
and Gainesville where they are
attending school.

Miss Marcie Adelman left for
Savannah, Ga., Tuesday, where
she will visit with friends and at-
tend the A. Z. A. convention.
e
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schulwolf
have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Marlon, to Mr.
Bcrnie J. Sirkin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Sirkin. The two will
be honored at an open house this
Sunday from 3 to 6 p. m. by Mr.
and Mrs. Schulwolf. Both Miss
Schulwolf and Mr Serkin gradu-
ated from Miami High School.
The bride-elect is a member of
Iota Chi Sorority.
e
Harold Berkowits. son of Mr. and I
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, returned
to the city for the holidays from
Georgia Military Academy.
Racing
Attend the Offieial
Opening
TONIGHT
i Post Time 8:15
U/EJTFLAGLER
KEnnEL CLUB
Low Rail Fares
in Coaches
on the famous
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
One Way Coach Fares
from Miami
CHICAGO $23.30

CLEVELAND. 22.90
CINCINNATI. 17.75
COLUMBUS 20.10

INDIANAPOLIS. 19.80
ATLANTA 10.40

CHATTANOOGA 12.50
Pillows for coaches 7*
CITY TICKET OFFICE
173 E. Flagler Street, Miami
Tel. 3-8391
T. V. LucketL A.G.P.A.
SEABOARD RAILWAY
NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM
Mr. and Mrt. Jack Bernstein an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter. Anita to Mr. Meyer
Epstein, son of Mr. Harry D.
stein of Washington. D. C. jan]
uary 1st at Temple Israel. Dr
Jacob Kaplan and Rabbi Colmaii
Zwitman will perform the cer-
emony. Following the wedding
ceremony a reception will be held
at the bride's home. After a
honeymoon trip through the
state, the couple will leave Miami
by boat for Washington where
they will reside. Miss Ruthye
Bernstein will be maid of honor
and Miss Irma Bernstein will be
bridesmaid. Best man will be
the groom's brother. Mr. Al Ep-
stein. Miss Bernstein was hon-
ored by three showers this past
week given by Miss Fay Engel,
Mrs. Paul Black and Mrs. Irving
Querido and was the recipient
of many beautiful gifts.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1940
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's PloBMr Oont-rsjaUsn)
1S5 N. W. Third Av.nu.
MAX 8HAPIHO, RSOOI
4M S. w. 1lth Read
Office Phene t-147S
Home Phone S-S17S
JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor
MM N. W lath Avenue
Phone 24
Permanent Calendar
Daily Service
7:30 a.m.
Evening Services------- 5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning 8:30 a. m.
Sunday morning-----__8:30 a. m.
Hebrew School, daily... 3:15-4:15
Sunday School _____10:00 a. m.
Jr. Cong. Saturdays...10:30a.m.
Late Friday Evening
Services ........._______ 8:15 p.m.
Sisterhood Meetings Third
Wednesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
Late Friday evening services
will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate and Cantor
Joseph Malek, accompanied by
Beth David choir will chant the
liturgic melodies. Rabbi Shapiro
will discuss the subject "Chanuka
LightsI Saw the Truth."
An Oneg-Shabbos" will fol-
low immediately after the ser-
vices in the auditorium, and re-
freshments will be served by the
Sisterhood during the open for-
um. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, in honor of their
daughter's birthday, will serve
refreshments for the Oneg-Shab-
CHANUKA CELEBRATION
Chanukah, the Feast of Dedi-
cation, which was ushered in
Tuesday night, will be observed
at the synagogue Saturday morn-
ing both at the adult at 8:30
and the Junior services .a 1030
Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach
on the subject. "Two Ideals-
Dedication and Education."
BAR MITZVAH
During the services Saturday
morning. Meyer, the son of Mr
and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg, will
be Bar-Mtizvah. Meyer, who is
Junior Cantor of the Junior con-
gregation, will chant the Junior
services and will address the
worshipers.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
A special Chanuka program
will be presented during the as-
sembly this coming Sunday
morning at II o'clock. A Cha-
nuka play will be enacted, and
edibles plus a Chanuka gift will
be presented to the students by
the Sisterhood. Last Sunday
morning a pre-Chanuka play was
presented in the assembly under
the direction of Miss Miriam
Weintraub. who wrote the orig-
inal play. Those who took part
were David Jacobs. Rosalyn Ra-
bin, Sara Rose Schwartz and
Solomon Singer.
RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the radio hour over WIOD
this Sunday afternoon from 3 to
+Je*ist Meridian
PAGE THREE
3:30 o'clock, with Cantor Joseph
Malek in charge of the musical
program. Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss the subject, "A New Vic-
tory."
YAHRZEIIEN
The following Yahrzeiten will
be observed during the month of
Tebet. The anniversary candle
is lit the evening before the Eng-
lish date mentioned and the
kaddish begins the same evening
until sunset of the day men-
tioned.
Channa Devorah, mother of
Ida Hammer, December 31; Mor-
dechai, father of Clara Grief,
January 1; Eliyohu. father of
Morris and Samuel Ehrlish. Jan-
uary 1; Molkah Leah, mother of
Meyer and Sidney Rauzin, Janu-
ary 10; Avrohom, brother of J.
Seigel. January 11; Yishayohu,
father of Morris Bain. January
13; Yaakov, father of H. L.
Green, January 13; Eliyou. broth-
er of Mrs. David Mayers, Janu-
ary 10; Moshe Volf, father of
Mrs. J. B. Schlesinger, January
18; Shmuel, lather of Julian
Kurlander, January 18; Shayna
Raysa, mother of Louis Boro-
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Mavme's Beautv Shop
Mayme Alligood. Prop.
2502 N.W. 54th St. Ph. 7-3233
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
LARRY MARKS & CO.
37 N. E. 1st Avenue
To My Many Jewish Friends
A HAPPY CHANUKA
H. J. HAYDEN
QUALITY CLEANERS
PHONE 7-5015
718 N. W. 79th Street
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY CHANUKA
DR. JOHN B. SEEDS
PHONE 4-5625
1500 N. W. 26th Avenue
J. B. POWELL f
ART METAL SHOP
Specialising in Stair
Railing. Wrought Iron.
Bronze. Aluminum. .
7316 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 7-4022
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Many Patrons
MACFARLANE
TYPEWRITER CO.
1105 News Tower
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL JEWRY
LONDON ARMS
HOTEL
727 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
MALONE'S
SNOOKER PARLOR
207 West Flagler St.
To My Many Jewish Friends
A HAPPY CHANUKA
FRED A. KOENIG
PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY
Ph. 2-7641 260 S. W. 6th St.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
For Prices and Quality, Visit
MAROON'S
FLAGLER MARKET
2199 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-9182
THELEflRSCHOOL
1500 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
BOYS AND GIRLS
Nursery Through 12th Grade
Outdoor Classes
PHONE 5-2723

A HAPPY CHANUKA
To My Many Jewish Friends
F. L. TERRY
TERRY INSURANCE
AGENCY
Ph. 3-4071 Biscayne BIdg.
CHANUKA GREETINGS

MR. AND MRS.
RUBIN FEINBERG
of the
FRED MARTIN
APARTMENTS
1610 Droxel Avenue
and the
NASSAU HOTEL
1414 Collins Av"
SEASONS GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
Ingraham Building
SEASONS GREETINGS
VICK'S BAR
35 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To All Our Friends
LAURANCE W.
WALTON
Specializing in 41st St. and
Surrounding Properties
446 41st St. Phone 5-6626
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
A P E T R I
PAINTER and DECORATOR
1240 Normandy Drive
PHONE 6-2493
Residence Phone 7-2068
BEST WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY CHANUKA
R. W. "BOB"
RALSTON
choff, January 19; Gittel mother
of Chas. Goldstein, January 21;
Yisrobel Yehudah, father of Dev
Solomon, January 23; Hershal,
brother of Anna Wasserman,
January 27; Yudel Dovid, father
of Ida Hammer, January 27.
CHANUKA DINNER
The traditional Chanuka din-
ner held annually by Beth David
Sisterhood will take place this
Sunday evening in Beth David
auditorium at 6:30 sharp. A
Chanuka play will be presented
bythe Young Judea group. Miss
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SCHAEFER SIGN &
DISPLAY
301 N. W. 9th Ave.. Ph. 3-9145
Ruth Brotman. national singer of
Yiddish and Hebrew folk songs,
will give a short recital. We
urge all members and friends to
make their reservations at once
since the seating capacity is lim-
ited. For reservations please
phone the office. 2-1473. or any
evening 2-8092.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TROPICAL GOATERY
Bird Road and Ludlam Road
Phone 4-5520
CHANUKA GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
South Florida Liquor
Distributors. Inc.
300 South Miami Avenue
Phones 2-22622-3512
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WILSON
ROOFING CO.
15 Years Experience
Any Kind or Type Roofing
Applied or Repaired
1690 Alton Rd. Ph. 5-3063
To Our Many Friends and
Customers. Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY CHANUKA
LINCOLN ROAD
PHARMACY
347 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3336
SEASON'S GREETINGS
71 1 CLUB
W. L. KING
711 Red Road Phone 4-9451
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JONES
Miami Beach Express Co.
716 5th St. Phone 5-3707
CHANUKA GREETINGS
LEW HEWES
Outboard Motors Boats
Authorized Johnson Dealers
Since 1925
841'2 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 2-8918
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MONTAGUE HAMM
BUILDER
Specializing in New England
Colonial Homes
265 E. 7th St. Phone 8-2378
HIALEAH
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
R. P. C.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TAMIAMI
FURNITURE CO.
2100 W. Flagler Street
Phone 3-4334
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY CHANUKA
F. J. HUTTIG
REAL ESTATE
454 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-3634
SEASON'S GREETINGS
R. L. GROOVER
RUMMAGE NEEDED
\n3wPe having article* of
clothing, furniture, etc that
"" bein "-i or needed!
Please cooperate with the SH
welfaie Bureau. and send
tbem. maintained by
" You Cannot Bring These
rummage" store
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St
Pleas. Phone
u~ .V f *nz- 2-7135
Mrs. Morris Oubler. 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 54269
Jew.sh Welfare Office. 3.5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. 2-1864
and they will De caned for
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY CHANUKA
GUARANTY
UNDERWRITERS. INC.
Phone 3-7708
Shoreland Arcade
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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MARKET
680 N. W. 62nd Street
GREETINGS
W. H. ELLIS
GREETINGS
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fJewist ncridian
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1940
PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE
MIAMI FLORIDA
P. O. BOX 2973
FRED K. SHOCHET
Managing Editor
Eaeared as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Post
Ottce of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
SUBSCRIPTION
ONI YEAR............JJ.0O
MX MONTHS...........100
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940
VOLUME 13 NUMBER 52
DANGER TO PALESTINE
The successful drive of the British forces in the Western des-
ert, which resulted if! the retreat of the Italians into Libya, will
bring relaxation not only to Egypt, from which the Italian army
has been driven out, but to Palestine as well.
The further the battle front from the Suez Canal, the more se-
cure the position of Palestine becomes in the present war. Pur-
suit of the retreating Italians and the shelling of the Libyan
ports by the British navy spell greater security for Palestine
also along the Mediterranean coast.
Secure on the sea front, and no longer endangered on the
Egyptian front, Palestine also has no reason to fear possible at-
tack from the Syrian border. The German-Italian military com-
mission, sitting in Syria ever since the fall of France, can do lit-
tle there now, as long as the Italian forces in the Near East are
defeated.
In the light of the new developments it is only natural to ex-
pect increased Jewish activities in Palestine, both along eco-
nomic and agricultural lines. With imminent danger for Pales-
tine now over, new impetus will be given for private economic
enterprise in Palestine as well as to intensification of the pro-
gram of land purchase by the national Jewish bodies there for
the purpose of absorbing refugees.
Increased Jewish activities in Palestine call, naturally, for
increased public funds. This call has now reached the United
States. It will be one of the major topics at the forthcoming con-
vention of the Zionist Organization of America, scheduled to
be held in January in Washington._________________________
WAR ECHOES
Mussolini, they say. is cover-
ing up any possible retreat by
banking very considerable sums
in a certain neutral country
that's expected to stay neutral.
Wisecrack reported from Franco:
A telephone rings, and the lady
of the house rushes to answer
it "Is this Madame Blum?"
asks a voice "No," replies the
lady to the wrong-number-call-
er, "I have troubles enough with-
out that" ... In Paris the Ger-
mans no longer mark Jewish
shops as such, but content
themselves with special signs for
Aryan shops .The reason be-
ing that whenever the designa-
tion "Jewish shop" appeared on
a store the entire neighborhood
would flock to the place to give
it the best business in a month of
Sundays Just the subtle
French way of saying that Paris
doesn't care for Hitler Did
you know that Knut Hamsun,
the Norwegian author, and Ger-
hardt Hauptmann. German dra-
matist and novelist, are the only
literary Nobel prize winners who
are pro-Nazi?
YOU SHOULD KNOW
New York, our statistical de-
partment reports, now has eight
Nazi movie houses It's not
that business is so rushing in
these film emporiabut the Nazi
propaganda department consid-
ers these houses most important
for its dirty work in these United
States .. So Gabby Goebbels
presumably has arranged for fi-
nancial aid to these theatres and
similar establishments in other
cities And if you're wonder-
ing how Goebbels gets money to
this country, just consider that
it's practically impossble to send
anything to Germany from the
U. S. these days, yet that doesn't
deter the local Nazis from asking
their sympathizers for funds
wherewith to send food pack-
ages to Hitlerland The idea
being that if they can't send
things to Germany with that
money they can use it here to
build up their Fifth Column .
Broadway pretties, by the way.
have a new name for their skunk
fur wraps"Hitler ermine" .
Charlie Chaplin may go to
South America soon, and if he
does it will be on an anti-Nazi
propaganda tour Strange in-
terlude at a Broadway theatre
during a preview of Irwin Shaw's
new play, "Retreat to Pleasure,"
when some audience members
STRICTLY
Tidbit* from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
started objecting vociferously to
lines they considered anti-Semit-
ic. It was all a misunderstand-
ing, Mr. Shaw being one of ours
but. anyway, the lines in ques-
tion have been removed from the
play.
THIS AND THAT
The Jewish Welfare Board
stole a march on the Y. M. C. A.
at Anniston. Ala., by having its
recreation center for the troops
in training at nearby Fort Mc-
Clellan ready before the Y op-
ened its center there Y au-
thorities, however, don't mind
they say that historically speak-
ing the Jews came before the
I Christians, anyway ... At the
opening of the JWB center, inci-
dentally. Col. James Andrews,
commander of the 105th Field
Artillery of the 27th Division of
New York, which is stationed at
Fort McClellan, amazed the au-
dience by making a speech in
fluent Yiddish and leading the
New Yorkers in song Col.
Andrews, you should know, is of
100 per cent Scotch descent.
INFORMATION PLAYS
We always thought that the or-
iginal August Belmont's name
had been Schoenberg, and that
he had translated that moniker
into its French equivalent when
he became a financial power m
America in the middle of the
last century But now we learn
that he came of a famous Portu-
guese and Dutch Marrano family
which traces its origin back and
Don Iago y Sampayo, to whom
the city of Belmonte was given
in fief in 1519 by King Manuel of
Portugal, and who at the same
time was given the family name
of Belmonte The Dutch
branch of the family did, how-
ever, later assume the name of de
Schonenberg, and most of its
members returned to the Jewish
faith All these years, too. we
thought that the Biblical "eye
for eye, tooth for tooth." and so
on, was what the Hebrew Bible
really says But now we dis-
cover that the exact translation
of that passage would read "an
exact compensation, neither more
nor less" Which, you'll admit
would take a lot of wind out of
the sails of those who censure
the Old Testament on the grounds
of cruelty Then there's the
matter of the Jewish name
Bloch, which is popularly sup-
posed to be an abbreviation of
the Hebrew words Ben Levi
Hachman. meaning "son of the
Hacham Levi."
LIGHT JOF HOPE
The lights of hope burning in
the seven-branched Menorah
since the victory of the Maccab-
bees a symbol of Jewish hope for
the triumph of right over might
will, during the observance of
Chanuka this year which began
last Tuesday evening, December
24th. alas, be blacked out in
Nazi-dominated lands. They will,
however, shine as ever in the
Jewish communities in the free
part of the world and in Eretz
Israel, an outpost of democracy
in the present struggle, where
the Jewish National Home con-
JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
SERVES MEN WHO SERVE
Those scenes show the far-flung
Army and Navy welfare program
of the Jewish Welfare Board, in
which the 320 Y.M. and
Y.W.H.A.V and Jewish Center*
throughout the country are par-
ticipating.
(Above) Rabbi Solomon Jacob*
son, Jewish Welfare Board rep-
resentative, conducting a field
service for Jewish men at Camp
McCoy, Wisconsin.
(Right) Jewish men from the
Great Lakes Naval Training Sta-
tion are guests of the Temple
Am Echod Social Club in
VVukegan, Wisconsin.
(Above) Chaplain Bernard
Siegel shown with Major A.
Woldike at Fort Dix, New
Jersey, where nearly 1,000 Jew-
ish soldiers are in training.
tinues to be built in war as in
peace.
Above is a Chanuka scene in
the agricultural settlements on
Jewish National Fund land in
Palentine where the ancient
Menorah is. during the Chanuka
week, placed on top of the water
tower in each settlement and
lighted with the appropriate
traditional ceremony in which
the heroic spirit of the ancient
Maccabbees is the central theme.
(Above) Religious services for
the Jewish cadets at West Po'""
conducted by Babbi Benjamin A.
Tintner, Jewish Welfare Board
representative, who is a lieuten-
ant colonel in the CbspUw*
The Y. M. H. A. of Greater Miami is an Affiliate of
the Jawish Welfare Board
Philadelphia Y.M. and Y.W.H.A.
distributing gift* to men in-
ducted under the Selective Ser-
*i Act


FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1940
fJenistifhridian
PAGE FIVI
CHITY
Miss Millicent Roth, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, left Sun-
day by Silver Meteor for Glenn-
ville. Ga., to visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cohen and family.
Miss Roth will also visit in
Brunswick and Savannah, where
she will attend the A. Z. A. con-
vention.

The newly organised Miami
Chapter of Masada is planning
a gala bunco party for Wednes-
day. January 8, 1941, which will
take place in Beth David Audi-
torium. Tickets for admission
are only 25 cents and can be ob-
tained from any member of the
organization. Refreshments will
be served and prizes will be
awarded. Harry Bear, social and
athletic chairman, is in charge
of the program.

Francis P. Locke of the Miami
Daily News, will address the
Spinoza Forum this Saturday af-
ternoon at 3 p. m. at 11th St. be-
tween Collins Ave. and Ocean
Drive. His topic will be "America
and the War." Next Monday
morning at 10:30, Mr. Edward
Clarke of the University of Mi-
ami will give his ninth address
on "Music for the Laymen." Tues-
day evening at 8 o'clock Dr.
Israel Schmid will lecture on
Health." Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock Mr. Lawrence
Schlechter will speak on "The
Earth Among the Stars." Gener-
al discussion follows every lec-
ture and Dr. Abraham Wolfson
presides.
OVERSEAS
TRANSPORTATION CO.
Extend Best Wishes for I
HAPPY CHANUKA
236 S. W. N. River Drive
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A REAL HAPPY
CHANUKA TO ALL
FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES
OUR
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
O'QUINN'S
"We Sell Everything"
S. W. 32nd Ave. and 23rd St.
Phone 4-9211
Season's Greetinas
To All Our Jewish Friends
MIAMI BEACH
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
1230 8th Street Phone 51700
Senior Hadassah is sponsoring
sewing circles every Tuesday and
Thursday from 10 a. m. to 4 p.
m. beginning Jan. 7th at Beth
Jacob synagogue for the benefit
of refugees of Palestine. Mrs.
Samuel Katz, chairman, and Mrs.
Louis Groner, co-chairman, urg-
ently request all women to co-
operate in this worthy cause by
attending these classes and are
also asking the loan of portable
sewing machines.
e e
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Siegel an-
nounce the birth of a son Mon-
day, December 23rd, at Jack-
son Memorial hospital.

The wedding of Miss Olive Mil-
ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Miller, to Mr. Sherwood
Lavine, son of Mrs. I. A. Lavine,
will take place Sunday, Decem-
ber 29th at 4:00 p. m. at Beth
David synagogue, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. After
a honeymoon trip, the couple
will reside at 2945 S. W. 27th
Terrace.
GREETINGS
ROBBINS
WAREHOUSING
and DIST. CO.
1109 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-0480
CHANUKA GREETINGS
SOUTHERN LIFE &
HEALTH INS. CO.
Postal Building
T. S. Cook
SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
STANDARD
Wholesale Grocery Co.
PHONE 2-1422
149 N. E. 10th Street
To Our Many Jewish Friends
HAPPY CHANUKA
PHONE 4-3114
For Raw and
Pasteurized
Products
W. H. Thomas Dairy
<>01 S W. 0th Avenue

Season's Greetings
To All My Jewish Friends
Miss Helen G. Warner
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
S U T T O N
JEWELRY CO.
Successor to "Whaler's
THE OLDEST" JEWELRY
STORE IN MIAMI
ESTABLISHED 1897
132 E. Flaaler Street
PHONE 2-5996
Mrs. Sidney Goldstein was Miss
Shirley Haimes before her mar-
riage Sunday at Beth David Con-
gregation. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Haimes.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE
& SUPPLY CO.
E. W. CARTER
2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocean Drive Phone 54706
Best Wishes
For
A Happy Chanuka
Miami Armature Works
565 N. W. 5th Street Ph. 24749
THE SHELBY
SALESBOOK CO.
F.. A. PETERSON. Dit. Mflr.
Printed Forms and Systems for
Every Business Requirement
Nationally Known
Nationally t'sed
TELEPHONE 4-4240
P. O. Box 4473. Coral Gables
SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Good Jewish Friends
and Customers
MRS. NATT'S
BAKERY
55 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 7-1649
SEASONS GREETINGS
Your Satisfaction
Our Pleasure
Norton & McCormick
EMBROIDERY
610 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-5224
SEASON'S GREETINGS
NICHOLSON
PAINT CO.
218 Alton Rd. Ph. 5-1479
Plant at 29th St. and N. W.
North River Drive
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To All My Jewish Patrons
and Friends
McARTHUR JERSEY
FARM DAIRY. INC.
169 N. E. 62nd Street
Ph. 7-1667 Miami. Fla.
Best Wishes
For
A Happy Chanuka
H. B. NICHELSON
822 DuPont Bldg. Phone 32169
Season's Greetings
Huskamp Motor Co.
FORD DEALER
242 Alhambra Circle Ph. 42566
Coral Gables
Season's Greetings
MALVESTUTO & SON
WOMEN'S APPAREL
131 Coral Way Ph. 4-3123
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
MUZAK
Telephone 5-2822
Sincere Wishes to Our Jewish
Friends For A
HAPPY CHANUKA
PEPPER & COFFRIN
Inc.
PHONE 2-3016
Ingraham Building
Best Wishes
For
A HAPPY CHANUKA
DONALD G. SMITH
IRVIN KORACH
Best Wishes
For
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Stanley's Jewelers
240 5th Street Phone 52236
SEASONS GREETINGS
"If It's Dulaney'sIt's Delicious"
DULANEY'S MARKET DULANEY'S. INC.
441 41st Street 325 71st Street
PHONE 5-5391 PHONE 6-2442
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
THE SOUTHERN LAUNDRY
555 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 3-3151
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
JOHN W. ROLUNS
PAVING CONTRACTOR
260 N. E. 99th Street
Phone 7-1486
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
COCONUT GROVE BOAT WORKS. INC.
2550 S. Bayshore Drive Phone 4-2589
COMPLIMENTS OF
NATIONAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO.
E. C. THRALL
FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-6165
CORAL GABLES
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO
301 Northwest 29th Street
CHANUKA GREETINGS
RE-OPENING
OLD HEIDELBERG
151 S. E. SECOND STREET


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MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1646 8. W. Third Str..t
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
Rabbi'* RMKanci:
1*23 S. W. 14th Terrafce
Phone 8-6192
Schedule of Service*
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 9:45
p. m.
Friday evening services: 5:3*
p. m.
Shabbea: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m.
Shahish Sudes: 5:15 p. nv
FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES
This Friday evening at 8:30
o'clock the annual Friday eve-
ning Religious Forums will com-
mence and a most cordial invi-
tation is extended to all. Rabbi
Kellner will speak on "Bringing
Chanuka Up to Date," and will
have as his guests on the pro-
gram university students Fred.
Shoenburg and Oscar Rappaport
of the University of Florida, as
well as Aly Haber of the Univer-
sity of Miami, who will partici-
pate in the program.
SHABBOSCHANUKA
During the Shabbos Chanuka
services Rabbi Kellner will
preach in English during the
morning devotions and in Yid-
dish in the afternoon before
Mincha. Robert Schwartz of
1780 S. W. 14th Terrace will cel-
ebrate his Bar Mitzvah during
the Mussoph services.
REFUO SHLEMO
We regret to report that our
dear brother Mr. P. Sokoloff is
ill in Jackson Memorial Hospital
and we pray for his speedy and
complete recovery.
NICHUM OVELIM
We record with lamentful grief
the unexpected and shocking
death of our dear departed broth-
er Yisrobel Ben Reb Yanoh Olov
Hasholom. His sainted memory
will ever be an inspiration to us
and we pray that the Almighty
may console his dear ones amidst
the mourners of Zion and Jerusa-
lem.
CONGRATULATIONS
We are happy to extend happy
birthday greetings to Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan and wish him many
happy returns.
MAZEL TOY
We are very pleased to greet
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear on
their twenty-fifth wedding anni-
versary. May the Lord grant
them many more happy years to-
gether.
HABONOTH HAPPENINGS
The Buds are celebrating Cha-
nuka with a part to be held the
second day of Chanuka, Thurs-
day at the home of their sponsor,
Mrs. Abraham Kellner. at 2:30
p. m. A very interesting pro-
gram has been prepared by Toby
Jacobskind. Refreshments will
be served by the committee head-
ed by Paul Anita Ginsburg, pres-
ident of the group.
SEASON'S OREETINQS
ART-CEMENT
MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturers of
WATERPROOF PAINTS
3180 S. W. 16th St. Miami, Fla.
SEASONS GREETINGS
BELL WINDOW CLEANERS
Eatablished 1924
160 N. E. 3rd St. Phone 2-3613
The 25th day of the Hebrew
month of Kislev, on which wo
celebrate the first day of Han-
uka. was sacred to the pagan
Greeks before it became a Jew-
ish festival. Antiochus Epihanes,
the Greek ruler who is the vil-
lain of the Hanuka story, offer-
ed a burnt offering in the Jerus-
alem on that day three years be-
fore the Maccabeans instituted
Hanuka.
GREETINGS
MAULE INDUSTRIES
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
Main Office, 1760 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
CONCRETE PLACING CO.
"ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE"
2226 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3 4920
GREETINGS
CARL GRAEFE'S
DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT
10936 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-9248
BREAKFAST LUNCHES DINNERS
SERVED AT POPULAR PRICES
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BEACH LIGHTING
FIXTURE CO.
1265 Dade Blvd. Phono 5-61*1
MIAMI BEACH
We Extend the
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Patrons and Friends
BLACKSTONE HOTEL
ALFRED STONE, Mgr.
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CHAR-MOLE
Gown Shoppe
DressetBeach WearCoats
1150 Lincoln Road Phone 56201
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Acacia Flower Shop
J. Marahall Veats. Prop.
1547 S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-9400
SEASONS GREETINGS
Eatwell Restaurant
Mark Weinbeck. Mgr
909 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-8891
MVS(\ ISLE
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SOUVENIRS-GIFTS
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ONE Df FLORIDA'S
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
CARS FOR RENT......
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All Makes
Sedans, Coupes
Convertibles
Lowest Rates in Town
Come In And
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1625 N. E. 2nd Ave.
3-5812 Phone 4-3059
Open Evening Til 10
GOAT
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GOVERNMENT
TESTED HERD
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By Public Health Beard
For Daily Deliveries Call
7 2952
Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy
8900 N. W. 27th Avenue
Visitors Welcome
1S7 N. E. Itth Mr eat
Office Phon* 2-7748
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D
699* Indian Creak Drive.1266
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
630 N. E. 31.1 St. 2.B54S
Miami
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."HilleL
A Chanuka Sabbath service
this Friday evening at 8:15 p. m.
with a sermon, "Maccabean Vic-
tory in Our Day." by Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will compose
the service at Temple Israel. The
special Chanuka service, and a
reception following will honor
and welcome new members of
Temple Israel.
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock
there will oe Congregational
singing, Torah reading, and in-
terpretation of Biblical portion. A
sermon. "In Those Days, at This
Time." will be preached by Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman.
CHANUKA CELEBRATION
This Sunday morning at 10:30
the Religious school of our Tem-
ple will hold its annual Chanuka
celebration. A Chanuka play in
which members of the Religious
School and the Hebrew classes
will participate, written by Rab-
bi Zwitman, will be presented
along with the ceremonial light-
ings of the Chanuka Menorah.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940
All the children attending the
Religious School will receive
beautiful gifts. The committee
arranging the celebration con-
sists of Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs
Harry Nevins, Mrs. Gordon Davis
and Mrs. Morris Rubin. Parents
of children in the Religious
School are most cordially invited
to attend.
BOARD TO MEET
A meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Temple Israel
Men's Club will be held on Mon-
day. December 30th, at 8 p. m. in
the Board room. Several import-
ant matters are announced on
the agenda of the meeting, and
the Board members are urged to
attend.
IN MEMORIAM
"May the Father of Peace send
Peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Florence
J Kirstein, wife of Mr. Sam'l M
Kirstein.
Yahrzeits: Hihe Seidenborg.
mother of Mr. J. Michel Seiden-
barg; Edward Morton, brother of
Mrs. Alex Miller; Norman D.
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father of Mr. Leo Ackerman and
Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter: Sni-
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Kaufman.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1940
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Strset. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 LanoK Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Canter
Phone 5.2013
4s Euelld Avenue
J
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SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
bhachriss. daily at 7 a. m. and
8 a. m.: Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.
Mmcha. daily at 5:15 p. m.;
Friday and Saturday at 5:00 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss. Saturday at
5:15 p. m.
Maariv daily at 5:45 p. m : Sat-
urday at 6:00 p. m.
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
The second forum of the season
will be .held this Friday night at
8 o'clock. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on the subject "Chanuka."
Cantor Mamches will lead in the
communal singing.
SABBATH SERVICES
Regular services are held at 7
a. m. in the Talmud Torah build-
ing, and at 9 a. m. in the syna-
gogue building. "A New Begin-
ning will be the subject of the
Rabbis sermon. Rabbi Mesch-
eloff will also preach on the
"Portion of the Week" at Shalosh
S'oodoss.
DOUBLE BAR MITZVAH
Jerome Wexler and Jerome
Schechter will celebrate their
Bar Mitzvah age during services
this Sabbath morning. The Rabbi
will instruct the boys after their
Bar Mitzvah addresses. Refresh-
ments will be served in the Tal-
mud Torah building after the
conclusion of the services.
YOUNG ISRAEL
The Young Israel of Miami
Beach will conduct Jr. Congre-
gation services Friday evening
at 515 o'clock and Saturday
morning services at 9:00 o'clock
in the Talmud Torah building.
A sermonette will be delivered
, by one of the members. These
services are open to children of
elementary and high school age.
A class is held each Saturday af-
ternoon for members at 4 p. m.
in the Talmud Torah building.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
The Religious School will pre-
sent its annual Chanuka enter-
tainment this Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock in the synagogue
building. The program will fea-
ture a comedy, "The Battle of the
Shamusim," a number of candle
drills, recitations in English,
Yiddish and Hebrew, and a re-
pertoire of Chanuka songs. Ad-
mission charge is nominal.
BEACH MIZRACHI
The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
meet Saturday nght for a regu-
lar meeting. An interesting pro-
gram is arranged.
The Mizrachi will hold its sec-
PAGE SEVEN
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ond annual Mizrachi Latkeh par-
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Sunday night, December 29th..
Tickets can be had from officers
or at the office.
SISTERHOOD BANQUET
Our Sisterhood will hold its
annual Installation Banquet at
the London Arms Hotel on Janu-
ary 8th. Ticckets can be pur-
chased from any member of the
executive.
NICHUM AVEIVLIM
May the Almighty in His
abounding mercy console the be-
reaved family and friends, and
our entire membership on the
loss of our late member, Dr. I. A.
Temple, who passed away sud-
denly this week. Our heartfelt
condolences.
THANKS. HABONOTH
The congregation wishes to
thank the Habonoth for their
gift of an electric Menorah for
the new synagogue building. We
wish to thank the Habonoth
sponsors, Mrs. M. Mescheloff,
and Miss E. Sussman, for their
inspiration to the girls, and hope
that they may work and play
together for the benefit of the
synagogue and the advance of
Judaism.
BEACH HABONOTH
The Habonoth of Miami Beach
celebrated Chanuka with an en-
tertainment presented last Sun-
day night at the Beth Jacob syn-
agogue. They presented two
plays, and a musical program in-
cluding Mr. Abraham Bramson
and his flute, and Miss Frances
Goldman and her accordion.
A large attendance graced the
occasion. From the proceeds the
Habonoth have purchased one of
1 the Menorahs which grace the
new synagogue building.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1940
SOCIETY
Rabbi Solomon Kellner, father
of Rabbi Abraham Kellner, ar-
rived here to spend the Chanuka
holidays with his son and daugh-
ter-in-law. A reception in his
honor will be held at the home of
Rabbi Kellner, 1823 S. W. 14th
Terrace, Sunday, December 29th
from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.

Cadet Howard Larine of the
Gordon Military School, is here
on a two weeks' vacation. Cadet
Levine is here to attend the wed-
ding of his brother, Sherwood.

The newly elected and appointed
officers of the Emunah Chapter
No. 175 Order of Eastern Star,
will be installed Thursday. Jan-
uary 2 at 8 p. m. at the Scottish
Rite Temple. Mrs. Nancye Rick-
ard, past grand matron of the
Grand Chapter of Florida, will
be installing officer; Mrs. Marion
Neet, grand marshal; Pearl Wil-
liams, grand chaplain, and Letta
Thompson, grand organist. Of-
ficers to be installed include Mrs.
Henry Rabin, worthy matron;
Sidney Palmer, worthy patron;
Mrs. Anne Wucher, associate ma-
tron: Morris B. Frank, associate
patron; Lena Simon, secretary;
Frances Warschoff, treasurer;
Deborah Meyer, conductress; Ce-
lia Auslr.nder. organist; Teresa
Arnold, chaplain; Lillian Gottes-
man, marshall; Mrs. Rebecca
Tobin, warden; Five Star Points,
Rose Nemetz, Florence Kromash,
Anne Jamison. Natalie Wien-
stein, and Etta Davidoff. Mrs.
Rabin, newly elected worthy ma-
tron, will entertain in the ban-
quet hall following the installa-
tion.
Season's Greetings
McAvoy Service Station
701 Biscayne Blve Ph. 29817
The Greater Miami Young Ju-
daea Council will sponsor its
first annual Chanuka party Sun-
day, December 20th at 3:00 p. m.
The program will take place in
Jacob Joseph Congregation, 15th
street and Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. There will be no admis-
sion charge, and no appeals. Re-
freshments will be served and a
gala program will be presented.
Members of the F. D. R. and
Justice Brandeis Young Judaea
clubs will take part in the pro-
gram as well as outstanding
leaders of the community. All
parents are invited to attend and
bring their children with them.
e e
Dr. Israel A. Tempel died Mon-
day at his home after a brief
illness. He was a native of Lon-
don, England, but became a citi-
zen of this country 11 years ago.
A doctor of philosophy, he was
active in the Zionist movement
and for several years resided in
Tel Aviv, Palestine, aiding in
the rehabilitation of refugee Jews
there. He retired in 1936. coming
to Miami. He was a member of
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation and Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion of Miami Beach. Funeral
services were conducted at 11 a.
m. Tuesday in the Talmud Torah
by Rabbi Abraham Kellner. The
Miami Jewish Funeral Home was
in charge.
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Gross, to Mr. Theodore Kaufman, son of Mrs. Ida Kaufman, Pitts-
burgh, will take place Sunday, December 29th at the Pan-American
airport. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremony. The
couple will leave by plane lor a honeymoon trip to Havana, and
upon their return will reside in Miami.
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rp.:D/-Y. DECEi-irm n, 1943
AMERICAN JEWISH
CONGRESS
By Mm. S. H. Lutsky
The annual garden party of
the American Jewish Congress
was held at the home of Mrs.
Moses Krieger Monday afternoon.
A very interesting program was
presented which included a re-
view of the book, "Great Hat-
red," by Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Fink, accordion selections by Mr.
Rudy Baum, a talk by Mrs. J.
Jacobs on Congress work, and
was concluded with singing of
Palestinian hymns by Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
January 21 the Congress will
hold a luncheon at Ruby Foo's
at 1 p. m. Mrs. Irene Lefkoe is
chairman and reservations may
be made by calling at 5-3518
An important part of the pro-
gram of the Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress is
the giving of maximum aid to
the heroic citizens of Great Brit-
ain who are so gallantly defend-
ing the last bulwark of democ-
racy in Europe. The Women's
Division has thus far contributed
three ambulances through the
American Red Cross, two mobile
kitchens, equipped to feed 300
people at one time, and on No-
vember 9th sent to England the
first shipment of warm clothing
for men, women and children.
This is only the beginning of a
plan to send needed hospital
beds, medical and surgical sup-
plies and binoculars for home
defense.
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FREEDOM'S BIRTH
(CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK,
Antiochus, King of Yavan and
conqueror of many lands, called
Bagras. his second in command,
and determined to march on
Jerusalem in order to abolish the
covenant that had been made
with the Jews to observe Sab-
bath, New Moon and circumci-
sion. Nikanor was place A at the
head of the army. The slaughter
was fierce. An idol was placed
in the sanctuary, and its halls
were contaminated by the blood
of a swine. The son of Mattathias,
Johanan, was sorely grieved at
the events, and decided to take
matters into his own hands. He
concealed a sword beneath his
cloak, and appeared at the Tem-
ple gate, where he asked that
his presence be announced to
Nikanor. The latter agreed to see
him.
"Then Johanan was brought
befort Nikanor. Nikanor answer-
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rebels who revolt against the
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king, and do not desire the peace
of his gingdom. Johanan
answered and said: I have now
come before thee to do what thou
wishest. Nikanor answered and
said: If thou desire to fulfill my
wishes, take a swine, sacrifice it
to the idol and take its blood into
the hall of the sanctuary, and I
will array thee in the royal ap-
parel, and I will cause thee to
ride on the king's horse, and thou
shalt be as one of the king's be-
loved. When he had heard that
word, Johanan replied and said:
My lord, I am afraid lest the
children of Israel might hear that
I have done so, and they would
kill me with stones. Let there-
fore all that stand, before thee
go out, so that they should not
make it known to the children
of Israel. Then Nikanor let every
man go out who stood before
him.
"At that time Johanan, son of
Mattathias. lifted his eyes to
heaven and offered his prayer to
the Master of the Universe, and
said, "My God, and the God of
my forefathers, Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob, and he said, 'Do
not deliver me into the hands of
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this uncircumcised, lest he would
kill me and go and offer praises
in the temple of Dagon, his false
god, and he will say: My idol has
delievered him into my land.' At
that time he walked up to him
three steps and thrust his sword
into his heart, and cast his corpse
into the hall of the sanctuary."
When Antiochus heard of Nik-
anor's death, he sent Bagras at
the head of a new army to re-
capture Jerusalem. Bagras was
successful, and as additional
punishment imposed even more
rigorus degrees.
"Thereupon the five sons of
Mattathias, Johanan and his
four brothers, went out and ar-
rayed battle with the heathen.
They made a great slaughter
among them; and those that re-
mained escaped to the sea-prov-
inces, for they trusted in the God
of heavens. Then Bagras the
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
LON WORTH CROW
Security Bldg. Ph. 3-4757
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JOHN S. BABER
Constable. Miami Beach
6190 Pine Tree Drive
Phone 6-1911
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Patrons
and Friends
BONACKER &
LEIGH, INC.
1111 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-3155
CHANUKA GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Street
PHONE 5-6669
MIAMI BEACH
COMPLIMENTS
OF
rtiiii'il
H
FTVE&TEN
CENT STORE
wicked mounted a vessel and es-
caped to King Antiochus, and
with him those who had escaped
the sword."
Bagras, fearing the five sons of
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 10)
SEASON'S GREETINGS
E. E. BRETT
REAL ESTATE
7335 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
PHONE 6-1525
SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends and
Patrons
CLAY HOTEL
Muravchick Bros. Management
1438 Washington Aveuue
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Patrons
and Friends
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W. 7th Av*. Ph. 2-9701
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CORAL WAY
ORNAMENTAL IRON SHOP
B. F. FENNER, Prop.
3*68 Coral Way Phone 4-9125
SEASON'S GREETINGS
T. E. BRAUN
Pianos and Organs Bought.
Tuned. Repaired.
Rebuilt and Sold
2380 N. W. 7th St. Phone 4-5965
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Washing, Polishing, Greasing
American Oil Co. Products
GAS AT A SAVING
24 HOUR SERVICE
CO WGILL
SERVICE STATIONS
2522 N.E. 2nd Ave Phone 2-8602
1377 S.W. 8th St Phone 29649
ALCAZAR
Service Station and Storage
502 N E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-9812
A. H. COWGILL
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CARL COCHEMS
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION
VOICE BUILDING
Studio in The White Temple
Phone 2-4381
Residence. 433 Espanola Drive.
Coconut Grove. Phone 4-4978
SEASONS GREETINGS
To All My Jewish Friends
N. P.
"NEIGHBOR"
LOWRY
County Commissioner
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To All My Jewish Friends
MIAMI BRIDGE CLUB
MARGARET SCULLIN
259 N. E. 4th St. Ph. 2-1050
Best Wishes
For
A Happy Chanuka
ROLAND W. GRANAT
AND
SAMUEL RUBIN


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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1940
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene.
fit of all organizations In Greater Miami, depends for its success upon
the sontinued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates
for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing date*.
BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL
open every week in the year and
Sunriav Sessions begin Sunday
morning;. October 20, 1940, ending
Sunday morning. May 25th. 1941.
IVKRY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
II. A. bowling ganieB.
SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
,.f each month, regular meetlne "
I..ulieH Auxiliary Jewish War \rt-
.rans and also Freda Markowilz
Pot.
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress
V.VKRY TUESDAY MORNINGTeni-
rle Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
BBTOND^UBBDAT EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting. 1:00'Pi JS-
at Center, Euclid Ave. and 14th
SECOND AND FOURTH TUBS-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nai B ritn.
DECEMBER
25-28Tau Epsilon Phi Frater-
nity Convention, Hollywood
Beach Hotel.
28Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
28Beth Jaoob Religious School
Chanukah Affair.
28Ladies Auxiliary M- J c-
Chanuka Latkeh and card
29Workman's Circle Boat Ride
on Osccola. Pier 8 Yacht
Basin.
29Young Judea Council Cha-
nuka Party. 3:00 p. m.. Jacob
Joseph Cong.. Miami Beach.
29Y. M. H. A. annual dance.
29Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Sisterhood Chanukah Party.
Euclid Ave. and 14th Place.
29M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh pafty.
29Workmen's Circle.
29Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami, Chanukah Latkeh
and Card Party.
29Beth David Sisterhood Cha-
nukah Dinner.
29Beth Jacob Religious School
Chanukah Party.
30Temple Israel Men's Club
Meeting at Temple.
30 j w. V. Drum and Bugle
Corps. Benefit. Masonic Tem-
ple. _
31Y. M. H. A New Years Eve
Party. Andron's Alamac.
JANUARY
3American Jewish Congress,
mah jongg and card party.
Southern Dairies. 2 p. m.
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month.
regular meeting of National Home
(Or Jewish Children, Denver.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING T.
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubroome.
EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hartassah
Sewing, with Mrs. S. Kali. Kan-
yan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section Legislation and
Stusv Groups at the home of Mrs.
C. H. Adler. ,
EVERT WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVERT THURSDAY EVENING
B'nai R'rilh howling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:S0 p. m.
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolf son s
home. 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach.
7Meeting of National Council
Jewish Woman. Evans Hotel.
2:30 p. m.
8Masada Party, Beth David(
8Miami Community Forum.
Temple Israel.
8Beth Jacob Sisterhood Instal-
lation Dinner.
21American Jewish Congress
Luncheon. Ruby Foo's. 1 p.m.
21American Jewish Congress,
mah jongg and luncheon, at
Ruby Foo's.
22Miami Community Forum.
Temple Israel.
22National Council Jewish Wo-
men card and mah jongg
party at home of Mrs. Ber-
nard B. Berkeley, Children's
Aid Benefit
25Y. M. H. A. Cavalcade ot
Stars.
26Dedication of buildings and
grounds, including laying of
cornerstone of new labora-
tory of National Children's
Cardiac Home.
FEBRUARY
4Miami Community Forum.
Temple Israel.
19Miami Community Forum.
Temple Israel.
23Beth David Sisterhood Prc-
Pnrim Ball. Civic Center.
8:30 p. m.
26Jewish Welfare Bureau
Night of Stars, Olympia The-
atre.
MARCH
5Miami Community Forum
Temple Israel.
FREEDOM'S BIRTH
Continued from Page 9
Mattathias "who are stronger
than lions, quicker than eagles
and more daring than bears." ad-
vised Antiochus to muster his
full army. Strengthened by the
new recruits. Bagras succeeded
in recapturing Jerusalem.
But once again the five sons of
Mattathias Judah. Simon Jo-
hanan. Jonathan and Eliezar
rallied their forces and led them
against the enemy. Judah and
Eliezar both fell in combat, but
Mattathias replaced them in the
field. The Jewish forces gained an
easy victory, and pursued Antio-
chus to the sea. where he drown-
ed himself.
"Thereupon the children of Is-
rael went up to the sanctuary,
and built the gates and cleansed
the sanctuary from the slain and
from the pollution. And they
sought after pure olive oil in or-
der to light the lamps, and thev
did not find anything but one
bottle, sealed with the seal of the
High Priest, from the time of
the Prophet Samuel. Therein was
sufficient for the lighting of one
day; but the Lord of heavens.
who caused His name to dwell
there, gave a blessing therein,
and they lit with it the lamps
for eight days. Therefore thl
Hasmoneans ordained and en-
joined upon them and the child-
ren of Israel to make it known to
the children of Israel, that they
should keep those eight days with
mirth and gladness, similar to
fhc days of festivals prescribed in
the Law: to light the lamps, so
as to make it known to those
that may come after them, that
their God had wrought salvation
to them from heaven .
Therefore the children of Israel
keep those days in all the Dias-
pora and call them days of mirth
from the 25th day of Kislev."
CHANUKA PARTY
IS WELL ATTENDED
tine; a talk by Rabbi Colman A
Zwitman; vocal selections by
Lillie Brill; songs and accordion
selections by Lillian Marcus.
Mr. Nathan Bookstein of New
York City was toastmaster for
the evening.
Over 300 members and friends
attended the Chanuka Latke
party under the auspices of the
Pioneer Women of Palestine of
Miami Beach, Club No. 2 and the
Jewish Workers Alliance of
America. Bialek Branch No. 290.
at the Biscayne Collins Hotel.
Sunday evening. Dec. 22. Chair-
man of the affair was Mrs. Rose
Dechowitz. The program for the
evening included Miss Goocllow,
guest speaker direct from Pales-
SEASON'S GREETINGS
W. B. LEEDY & CO.
DUKE BAIRD
1301 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-3661
WINS FRATERNITY HONOR
To Our Many Friends A Most
Happy Chanuka Season
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
AND FAMILY
ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE
NORTH MIAMI
RIDING ACADEMY
Gentle Riding Hones
E. J. ALBERT & SON
13675 N. E. Sth Avenue
REASONABLE RATES
SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Patrons
Kautzmann-Vernet
Lumber Co.
F. H. KAUTZMANN
SEASON'S GREETINGS
W. PAUL MEREDITH
LAND SURVEYOR AND
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
808 N. W. 75th St. Ph. 7-4727
-ns-
i/-
-e ^
MODERN
PAINTING
COMPANY
FRED J. WALKER
2214 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-8023
SEASON'S GREETINGS
J. W. WATSON. JR.
To Our Many FriendsIt Is
With Pleasure Wa Extend
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MIAMI PHYSICAL
THERAPY CENTRE
1150 S. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-8416
GREETINGS
W J K NO X
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Miami Springs
GRAHAM
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
A. E. DETWILER. Mgr.
PHONE 3-6097
1412 N. E. 2nd Arenue
SEASONS GREETINGS
GIBBS OIL BURNERS
CHAS. GIBBS
Phone 3-8785
1352 N. E. 1st Avenue
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BUCK'S
TOP 8c BODY SHOP
116 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 2-0656
SEASONS GREETINGS
To All Our Patrons and Friends
COLLINS TRANSPORT
& TRADING. INC.
PHONE 3-0789
132 N. E. 11th Street
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
HARRY McLEOD
SEASON'S GREETINGS
734 Lincoln Road
t/(/l*>4e4&u 6
Miami Beach
To My Many Friends
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
WARREN H. CASH
201 N W. 1st Court
HONE 24M81
100 State Highway
PHONE
Highwa
4-8523
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Friend* and Client*
WALTER M PIERCE, Manager
MASSACHUSETTS
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
du Pont Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
CLARENCE E. PICKETT
Executive Secretary of the American
Friends Service Committee, Mr. Pickett
will be presented with the Annual
Award of .'i Lambda Phi national col-
legiate fraternity, as the one "who,
during the past year, has most convinc-
ingly achieved world-wide recognition
as in exponent of true humaoitarianism
and brotherhood."
The honor was conferred at the
fraternity's national conference
in New York City last Sunday.
Happy Chanuka Greetings to
Our Friends and Patrons
J. FRANK VANN
1242 North Miami Avenus
Fleetwood Refrigerators and
Market Picture*
BISCAYNE
TROPICAL
GARDENS
NURSERY
529 N. E. 107th Street
Nursery Address
10730 N. E. 6th Avenue
Nature can restore faith
lost in man. Nature goes on
forever building, revealing
the wonders of God's han-
diwork.
A large selection of shrubs.
Tinas, shad* and fruit trees
to beautify your bone.
PHONE 7-4088
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
Ace QAexun MiaftfieA and EeiiauAcuil
1100 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI 1631 W. Flagler St.
ERNEST M. LANIER
AND ASSOCIATES

EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES
SEASONS GREETINGS
That the coming year may be one of great
prosperity and happiness for all our Jewish
Friends and Patrons is the sincere wish ot
DIX.IWE Cs


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940
DR. MUX SERVES
IITL TOWN HULL
Dr. David Marx, Rabbi of He-
brew Benevolent Temple, Atlan-
ta, Georgia has just accepted an
appointment to membership on
the new National Town Hall
Meeting Committee of the Union
of America Hebrew Congrega-
tions. The announcement was
made by Dr. Leo M. Franklin.
Detroit, National Chairman.
Dr. Marx will also serve as
Chairman of Region 3 comprising
N. Carolina, S. Carolina. Georgia
and Florida, the announcement
stated. There are 28 Union Con-
gelations in Region 3.
Other members of the National
Committee include: Region 1,
Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman,
Harford; Region 2, Dr. Louis
Wolsey. Philadelphia; Region 4,
Dr. Joseph Rauch, Louisville;
Region 5, Dr. Julian B. Feibel-
man, New Orleans; Region 6,
Rabbi Elmer Berger, Flint,
Michigan, cooperating with Dr!
Franklin; Region 7, Rabbi Albert
G. Minda. Minneapolis; Region
*Jeist>fksid&r)
PAGE ELEVEN
SARASOTA, FLORIDA
Sincere Holiday Greetings
LIGHTFOOT
PRINTING CO.
384 W. 11th Street
PHONE 7157
SARASOTA, FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greeting*
PRICE SHADE &
AWNING CO.
Day Term Phone 7655
SARASOTA. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
A BA S L ER
DAIRY
TALLAVAST. FLORIDA
Sincere Holiday Greetings
CAMPBELL'S
BRAKE SERVICE
Pineapple and Lemon Ave.
Phone 6756
SARASOTA. FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
REID'S
SERVICE STATION
200 Central Avenue
SARASOTA. FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
A F. McFAYDEN
DISTRIBUTOR
PURE OIL CO. PRODUCTS
PHONE 2624
SARASOTA. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
OREST STANDARD
SERVICE
Broadway and 8th Ph. 6678
SARASOTA. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetingi
CAP'S FISH &
POULTRY
MARKET
409 Main Phone 2061
SARASOTA. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
HARP BROTHERS
BAKERY
Sarasota's Favorite Bakery'
436 Main Phone 6223
SARASOTA. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
YOUNGS
ELECTRIC SERVICE
120 Lemon Avenue
SARASOTA. FLA.
8, Rabbi David Wice, Omaha;
Region 9, Dr. David Lefkowitz,
Dallas; Region 10, Rabbi Edgar
F. Magnin, Los Angeles; Region
11, Rabbi Irving F. Reichert, San
Francisco; Region 12, Rabbi Sam-
uel Koch, Seattle.
Town hall meetings which
will commence the first week in
January in Union Congregations
throughout the country are de-
signed to correlate Jewish his-
tory and ideals with current
problems facing the synagogue
and the individual Jews.
country in which they are resid-
ing, or for an other reason, are
passed over on the quota list and
their places reassigned. Previ-
ously, persons holding visas re-
mained on the quota list whether
able to use them or not.
At the same time the State De-
partment reported that it had
transferred to Lisbon, principal
European refugee center, the
control of all or part of the im-
migration quotas allotted to sev-
en countries.
The entire quotas assigned to
Belgium, Luxemburg and the
Netherlands have been trans-
ferred to Lisbon as well as part
of the British, French. Italian
ian and Swiss quotas.
As a result of the new system
of "unblocking" quotas, it was
announced that immigration
visas were now available to all
refugees "acceptable under the
laws" except to those from Ger-
many and Poland.
FOR REFUGEES
"Washington ( W N S ) Under
fire for allegedly blocking plans
to establish a refugee haven in
the Virgin Islands, the State De-
partment announced that it acted
favorably on all but 12 of 2,000
political and religious refugees
who sought admission to the
United States from war-torn
Europe.
The department reported that
1,000 visas had already been is-
sued to European refugees and
the rest have recently been sent
abroad for delivery. Not all the
visas can be delivered immedi-
ately, it was disclosed, since
many of the refugee applicants
are in hiding, are useing assumed
names for their own protection,
or cannot be reached by Ameri-
can consular officials.
In a lengthy statement, the
department announced that it
had recently adopted a system
of "unblocking" the quotas fixed
by law. Under this system, per-
sons who have obtained visas
but cannot use them because of
their inability to secure the nec-
essary travel documents from the
SESON'S GREETINGS
FREELING AND ELLIS MOTORS
6th and Orange Avenue
SARASOTA. FLORIDA
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WEEKS CENTRAL AVENUE MACHINE SHOP
CENTRAL AVENUE AND 8. A. L. RAILWAY
SARASOTA. FLORIDA
NERVOUS TENSION
Show* In both face and manner
You' are not fit company for
yourself or anyone else when you
are Tense, Nervous, "Keyed-up".
Don't miss out on your share of
food times. The next time over-
taxed nerves make you Wakeful.
Restless, Irritable, try the soothing
effect of ___
DB. MILES NERVINE
Dr. Miles Nervine is a
scientific formula com-
pounded under the super-
vision of skilled chemists
In one of America's most
modern labora-
tories.
Why don't 7M try Ht
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la parkaga.
At roar Drus Stora
DR. MILES
NERVIN E
Sincere Holiday Greetings
RAYL LUMBER CO.
SARASOTA. FLA.
Daytona Beach, Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LE SESNE STUDIO
Portrait and Commercial Photoa
Established 1903
PHOTO SUPPLIES PRINTING
DEVELOPING ENLARGING
312 S. Palmetto Phone 416
DAYTONA BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
H. R. WILLIAMS
MACHINE WORKS
Everything in Mechanical Work
NIGHT and DAY SERVICE
903 N. Beach St. Phone 1372J
DAYTONA BEACH
Sincere Holiday Greetings
TOBA'S PLACE
ITALIAN SPAGHETTI
CHICKEN CHOW MEIN
307 Seabreeze Blvd.
PHONE 9123
DAYTONA BEACH
Sincere Holiday Greetings
JOE'S SHOE SERVICE
QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING
HAT CLEANING
806 Main Phone 2439
Our Other Shop140 Volusia Ave.
DAYTONA BEACH
Sincere Holiday Greetings
ECHOLS
MATTRESS CO.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED
EXPERT UPHOLSTERING
Work Called for and Delivered
507 N. Beach Phone 137
DAYTONA BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ATLANTIC
LAUNDRY
"We Return Everything
But the Dirt"
401 Cypress Call 1SS
DAYTONA BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BUCHANAN OIL CO.
1628 S. Ridgewood Avenue
PHONE 348
DAYTONA BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
B. H. TOLBERT
SODA SHOP
519 Volusia
DAYTONA BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SEABREEZE GARAGE
AAA SERVICE
63S North Atlantic Avenue
PHONE 602
DAYTONA BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS

CLIFF SMITH
SIGNS
DAYTONA BEACH
Sincere Holiday Greetings
WRIGHT PRINTERY
154 Fair view Avenue
PHONE 532
DAYTONA BEACH
GREETINGS
CAMPBELL
ST. DINERS
601 Campbell
GOLF AT
DAYTONA HIGHLANDS
DAILY AND WEEKLY RATES VISITORS WELCOME
DRIVE STRAIGHT OUT VOLUSIA AVENUE
DAYTONA BEACH
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FARMER DAN'S
FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN
1824 S. RidgewoodOn U. S. Highway No. 1
DAYTONA BEACH
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
ANNUAL PARTY
The annual New Year's Eve
party sponsored by the Y. M. H.
A., will be held at Andron's Ala-
mac Hotel, located at 13th and
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
With reservations limited to the
first fifty couples only, we sug-
gest your making early reserva-
tions for this function by calling
Maurice Grossman, 3-4012. As-
sisting Dr. Harold Rand, chair-
man of this committee, arc Her-
man Waitsman and Lou Safan
who are bending every effort to
See that each and every one at-
calendar. We expect to have
tickets on sale by the time this
issue reaches you. General ad-
mission for the basketball game
and dance will be, to our present
knowledge. 35c per person but as
an inducement to the general
membership of the Y. M. and .
W. H. A. and its affiliates, we
are offering a season ticket to
all the home games and dances
for the small sum of $1.00. Sea-
son tickets to non-members will
be SI.50. Get the gang ready
for a real sports fest which will
start our program for the new
tending will be well pleased and year off with a bang.
entertained. Subscriptions are
53.00 per person and will include
a delicious kosher steak dinner,
noise makers, souvenirs, a fine
orchestra and a floor show. As
in past years, we expect Mr. and
i. Bill Friedman. Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Serkin and Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Berkowitz to be present in
lull regalia upon their celebration
of their 27th anniversaries.
BASKETBALL SEASON
Plans are being made by Ath-
letic Director. Mickey Lubel, and
Athletic Chairman. Lou Safan. to
secure one of the outstanding
cage teams of the Greater Miami
area for the Y opener to be held
at the Y athletic field Sunday.
January 5. We are sure this
form of sport and entertainment
which will include a fine basket-
ball game plus a dance after-
ward, will prove one of the out-
standing treats on the Y social
HOIJDAY GRKKTINO.S
Consolidated Tours. Inc
Tickets Kverywh**re
HAVANANASSAU
All Kxpense Tours
Main Office: J05 N. R. First St.
Miami, Florida
I'hone 2690J
Season's Greetings
From The
EMPIRE HOTEL
750 Collins Ave.
Louis Wildman, Owner
A HAPPY CHANUKA
To All My Jewish Friends
JOHN A. MAHOOD
SEASON'S GREETINGS
PICCIOLO
Italian.American Restaurant
134-36 38 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
BEER and WINES
PHONE 5-031
Famous for its Real Italian Dinners
Steaks, Chops. Sea Foods. Pizza
Ravioli, Spaghetti
With the help of our good
friend, Meyer Schwartz, we are
anxiously hoping to have the
necessary bleachers and scats to
accommodate about 300 or 400
people comfortably. Watch this
column and the dailies for the
schedule of games.
Among the more important
games in line are those with the
Birmingham. Ala.. Y. M. H. A..
the J. P. C. of Atlanta, and the
Season's Greetings
1 :i:< IROIA CULCUPPKR
MADAUNE CULPEPPER
Tivoli Beauty Salon. Inc.
"FOB. THE LADY WHO CARES"
' >i>rn Evenings bs Appointment
Tit vv. Klaeler St.. Miami, Florida
Phone 3-2561
Season's Best Wishes
BRAMLETT
EQUIPMENT CO.
H. T. BRAMLETT
800 N. E. 1st. Ave. Phone 20794
Season's Greetings
FLEXLUME
DANIEL NEON CO.
814 N. E. 2nd Are. Ph. 2-5842
A HAPPY CHANUKA
To Our Many Jewish Friends
301 N. W. 79th Street
PHONE 7-3077
'Miami's Most Beautiful Bar" America's Famous Beers on Draught
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
Where All Good Sports Meet
ANHEUSER-BUSCH
THE BEST BEERS IN TOWN
MICHELOB
279 East Flaqler Street. (Opp. Cor. Elks Club) Phono 2-8944
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GEO. E. BUN NELL. Inc.
CONTRACTORS
79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 3-7488
585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 7-2876
MANNIE GATES
and his Orchestra will play at Y
Dance Sunday at Civic Centre
Tampa Y. M. H. A. Children un-
der 12 years old will be admit-
ted free This schedule of games
will go into effect starting Sun-
day. January 5. and will carry
through March. Buy your sea-
son tickets now.
Y DUCKPIN NEWS
The Allecats, led by Capt. Al
Berkowitz, defeated the Sam
Seitlin Strikers in three straight
games last Sunday to go into a tie
for first place with that team.
The Yehudies led by Capt. Al
Reisman defeated Murray Streit's
Wolves in two of three games
to hold down third place, while
the Destroyers, captained by Abe
Berkowitz. pushed the Harry
Schwartz Buckeyes further in
the cellar by whipping them three
straight games. Sol Weinkle and
Chic Mann continue to lead the
bowlers with averages of 106
and 105 respectively.
Y. M. H. A. VS. B'NAI BHITH
Believe it or not folks, after
two years Manager Jack Apte
of the Y. M. H. A. Duckpm
League and Marty Milstein, man-
ager of the B'nai B'rith team,
have finally gotten together and
arranged what we sincerely hope
will be the big inning of a very
friendly rivalry in sports. A
CONTINUED ON PAGE 13
Season's Greetings
From
The Biscavne Laundry
231 11th Street Phone 52954
!
Season's Greetings
DRUCKER'S
1053 Washington Avenue
Phone 53774
Season's Greetings
BUSTER'S GRILL
In the News Tower
Season's Greetings
Epicure Market, Inc.
1656 Alton Road Phone 56788
HARRY HROMADA
PAUL F. HROMADA
Proprietors
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
V. J. HOECHERL
COMPANY
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
Licensed, Bonded and Insured
801 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 3-3317
11382 N, E. 8th AVENUE
PHONE 7-1235
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
to our
JEWISH FRIENDS
M. & M. Dredging
& Construction Co.
Postal Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL!
CAPT. AL'S
Fish Market
2S21 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4J2
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
from
GEORGE E.
MERRICK
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY CHANUKA
BENIAMIN COHEN
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
JUDGE
DAN P. GALEN
60S Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
CHANUKA GREETINGS
JACQUES HEARST
"World Famous Pastries Add to
the Success of Your Party"
Everything In
INTERNATIONAL BAKERY
PRODUCTS
Telephone 5-1763 1664 Alton Road
Miami Beach and Hendersonville
A most Happy Chanuka To
Our Many Friends & Patrons
EMPIRE
Employment Agency
76 1/2 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 27454
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Breaming Insurance
Agency. Inc.
News Tower Phone 3-5761
_ BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
C. H. LYNE
FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE CO.
105-109 N. W. 5th Street
Phono 2-5840
A HAPPY CHANUKA
FRED A. ESKRIDGE
For Your Health and Beauty
visit The
York Swedish Massage
and Electrolysis Studio
16 years experienceSpecialists In
normalising blood circulation, re-
ducing, colonlc Irrigations i>>
istered nurse. Superfluous hair r.--
moved permanentl) guarai
304 Professional Building
Reasonable Rates
PHONE 2-2387
R. W. BROWN & CO.
Fertilizer Manufacturers
SOUTHERN FLORIDA
FERTILIZER COMPANY
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertiliser
GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds, Florida
Phone Homestead 1711
OFFICE: MIAMI, FLA.
PHONE 2.3264
CHANUKA GREETINGS
S. H. JONES
LUMBER CO.
2468 N. W. 33rd Street
PHONE 2.1233
SEASON'S GREETINGS
J. S. ASBURY
REALTOR
Miami Beach Specialist
SALES
RENTALS
Collins Ave. and 29th St.
Opposite Pancoast Hotel
222 29th St. Phone 5-5234
SEASONS GREETINGS
from
T.J.
"TOM" MAXEY. SB.
MAYOR
Village of Biscayne Park
and
JEFFREY LUMBER
YARDS. INC.
SEASONS
GREETINGS
"DAN* W.
PHILLIPS
*


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940
+M*l9Hk**Mt*r!
PAGE THIRTEEN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12)
best three games out of five will
be played on Thursday, January
2. starting 8 p. m. at the Miami
Recreation Alleys. 301 So. Miami
AveniM. A real inducement to
the winning team has been of-
fered by Mr. Sol Halpert. who is
offering a beautiful trophy to
the victors. The probable start-
ing lineup for the Y. M. H. A.
include Sol Weinklc. Sam Tend*
rich. Al Berkowitz. Murray
Strut. Sol Levin, Abe Berko-
witz and Al Reisman. Sorry we
did not receive B'nai B'nth line-
up Here's your chance to really
. -s some fine Duckpin games
and root for your favorite. Upon
Iggestion of Maurice Gross-
men, the losing team has agreed
tfive new members into the
organization of the Y. M. H. A
Wili be seeing you next Thurs-
day right.
TEAM STANDINGS
Team
Alley Cats _
Strikers
Yehudies
Wolves
I), stroyers
Buck, yes
High Independent Game. Sol
w- inkle
High Independent Set. Sol
Weinkle .
High Team Game, Strikers
High Team Set. Strikers 1520
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Ce-chairmen Leo Robinson and
Herman Waitsman are hard at
work making definite plans for
the Annual Cavalcade of Stars,
which is scheduled to be held the
latter part of January at the
Beach Plaza Theater.
With conditions in the world
as they are today, we look to-
ward the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, headed by their ex-
ecutive director, Isaac Joffe, to
go over the 125.000.00 quota set
for the year 1941. Our own ex-
ecutive director. Maurice Gross-
man, has done a splendid piece
of work as chairman of the
speakers' committee in connec-
tion with the Federation drive,
for which we are all proud.
Rev. Dick Evans, who is the
bulwark behind the Florida Con-
gress of Democracy, requests ev-
ery member of the Y to attend
all the functions of that body
which will be meeting at the
MacFadden Deauville starting
today.
TROPICAL TO FEATURE
NEW YEAR RACE CARD
w L
22 11
22 11
17 16
15 18
15 18
8 25
149
358
528
Tropical Park, with a week of
outstanding thoroughbred racing
to its credit, now swings into the
Second week of its abbreviated
16-day winter meeting, with the
Key West Handicap for older
routers headlining Saturday's
eight-race program. The better
thoroughbreds will bo asked to
go a mile and seventy yards and
many of the outstanding per-
formers in Miami are expected to
accept the issue for a S2.000
purse.
Sprinters already have had
their fling at the more important
money, and now three-year-olds
also will be given a chance to go
a mile and seventy yards as the
secondary feature on Saturday
afternoon, the Homestead purse.
Surrounding the twin attraction
will be usual high grade program
of sport with a run of one mile
and threorquarters, the longest
event of the season to date, riv-
alling the features in point of
interest among the spectators.
Robert S. Shelley, racing secre-
tary of the Gables race track,
has written many marathon af-
fairs into his condition book, of
which Saturday's fourteen fur-
longs is the first. The distance
will be gradually extended to
two miles and seventy yards.
The coming week also prom-
ises many additional thrills to
the sportively inclined. An out-
standing New Year's morning
card, the third in the history of
Tropical Park, again is expected
to attract a tremendous outpour-
ing of fans. So successful has
the morning racing been in the
past that the H. M. Stevens Cat-
ering Company will this year in-
augurate a special Orange Bowl
breakfast for early comers. The
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
PHONE 22412
620 Security Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
STEAKS CHOPS
SEA FOOD IN SEASON
SEA FOOD GRILL
"Patronize the Belt"
10 SOUTH MIAMI AVE.
TOM FLINGOS. Mot.
ftCKVINi* ... -A?
r I 0 I 0 A $ f'SEi* AMKICAN llWhh PINNER <\
SY.IPJECilS
146 COLLINS' AV
:< .1 V BEACH
MVHSIDi
m( mo i a l
,(41 A? it
C P J I O ill
MIAMI
NEW YORK
1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Serving The Jewish Community
Phone 5-7777
Fifty years of experience
have equipped our staff to
render a genuinely sympa-
thetic and traditional service
always conforming to the
needs of Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform Jewry. Strict
compliance with every Jew-
ish ritual.......
CHARLES-
EDWARD and
MORTON
ROSENTHAL
Resident Manager
ABE EISENBERG
SEASONS GREETINGS
I. ROSENGARTEN
"Miami's Pioneer Furrier"
Remodeling :-: Cleaning
Moth-proofing :-: Glazing
Certified Cold Storage Vault!
118 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-4591
SEASONS GREETINGS
To All My Patrons and Friends
VENETIAN WAY
SERVICE STATION
1349 Dade Boulevard
Frank Montfort. Prop.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
KRAFT'S GOOD FOOD
RESTAURANT
"Home of Good Foods''
2S45 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2.9998
FOR THE 27TH CHANUKA
We Take Pleasure in Extending
The Greeting* of the Season
To Our Jewish Patrons and Friends
THOMAS AWNING CO..
Incorporated
Established 1914
3645 N E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 7-1651
SEASONS GREETINGS
J. W. PE ARCE
MARINE ENGINEER
CONTRACTOR
Pile Driving. Foundations.
Dredging. Bulkheads. Docks.
Seawalls and Bridge Construction
3101 N. W. 20th St.. Rt. 1, Box 12
PHONE 4-9975
If No Answer Phone 7.7592
SEASONS GREETINGS
Modern Cleaners, Inc.
DRV CLEANING and LAUNDRY
Phone 25843 Delivery Service
Main Office: 712 N. E. 2nd Ave.
BRANCHES
7111 Biscayne Boulevard
223 N. W. Eighth Avenue
racing will start promptly at 10
o"cloek and the last race will be
over in plenty of time to per-
mit the crowd to reach the Or-
ange Bowl for the Mississippi
State-Georgetown football classic
at 2 o'clock.
To date fields have been big
and the sport high-grade and
consistent, and Tropical Park
looks forward to a continuation
of the same thrills right through
January 7. closing day of the
first meeting. However, for the
next few days the daily sport,
together with the keen interest
aroused in the Earl Dew-Walter
Taylor fight for the 1940 jockey
crown, will continue to keep fan-
dom on its toes, whetting their
appetites for the tastier dishes
ahead.
HAPPY CHANUKA
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
H. C. Wilcox Garage
Ph. 3-9166 2901 N, W. 2nd Ave
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Water Wells, Fire Wells. Drain
Wells. Irrigation. Sprinkler Sys.
terns, Pump Repairs. Commer-
cial and Domestic Water Softeners
DURO PUMP &
SOFTENER CO.
1528 N. W. 7th Avenue
J, 8. HURST, President
Office Phone 3-2907
SEASONS GREETINGS
T A M I A M I
CYCLE CO .
1561 S. W. Eighth St.. Miami
623 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
SEASONS GREETINGS
ROCCO MISSIO
PACKING HOUSE
Fruit Shipped to Vour Satisfaction
WHOLESALE
2116 N. W. 13th Avenue
PHONES 269933-2248
"The BEST FOrt LEAST"
TOPS AUTO PAINTING
WRECK SPECIALISTS
RUBIN S FENDER WORKS
1306 N. E. Bayshore Court
Just off County Causeway
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and Friends
H. C. WHITE
CITIES SERVICE STATION
2171 N. W. 12th Ave. Ph. 2-8785
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Patrons and Friends
WHITTENBURG
AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES
Artificial Leather. Seat Covers,
Upholstering
N. A. WHITTENBURG
1246 N. E. 1st Avenue
PHONE 28024
SEASONS GREETINGS
MIAMI TEXTILE
WEAVING
Emma Millette Shaw
803 Professional Bldg.
PHONE 3-4183
The story of Hanuka does not
appear in the Old Testament but
is recounted in the post-Biblical
Books of the Maccabees, all writ-
ten in Greek by Palestinian,
Alexandrian and Cyrcnese Jew-
ish writers within half century
after events portrayed in the
Hanuka saga. The writers were
followers of the Maccabeans.
SEASONS GREETINGS
MAGIC CITY CABINET
SHOP
Makers of Art Furniture of
Any Period
Upholstering. Fine Repairing
and RefinUhing
2921 N. W. 27th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
J. SCHNEIDER :-: Phone 3-4075
Season's Greetings
From
JOE fS EDDIE RUBIN
HARRISON HOTEL
411 Washington ave. Ph. 59258
SEA BREEZE HOTEL
205 Collins Ave. Ph.59444
SEASONS GREETINGS
JOSEPH H. NAUSS
Member City, State, National
Re.al Estate Boards
7 Renuart Arcade Phone 4.1955
CORAL GABLES
SEASON'S GREETINGS
NORGE
CARPENTER SERVICE CO.
623 W. FLAGLER STREET
Phone 3-6164 Nights 2-1011
Sincere Wishes to All Our
Jewish Friends for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
MIAMI ORNAMENTAL
IRON WORKS. Inc.
243 S. W. 6th Street
JOSEPH C FITZGERALD
PHONE 2.645
SEASON'S GREETINGS
M. B. NEWMAN
COMPANY. INC.
Real EstateProperty
Management
1025 du Pont Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
M. B NEWMAN, Pre*.
Greetings for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
MIAMI
WRECKING CO.
132 N. W. 20th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Patrons
and Friends
ROYAL
FULTON BAKERIES. INC.
6th Are. and N. W. 7th St.
PHONE 2-3330
OSCEOLA
MARKET
GEORGE JACOB, Prop.
Quality Western Meats
and Fancy Groceries
WE DELIVER
2293 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4-1727
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and
Friends
A. L POSTON
General Interior and Exterior
Painting Decorating
3103 N. W. 10 Ave. Ph. 2-8203
GREETINGS
ODOM &
ROBERTSON
PLUMBING
COMPANY
1369 N. Bayshore Drive
PHONE 2-6164
MIAMI


\\
PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jmi FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 194Q
J.W.V. Delivers Last of
213 Pianos to the Army
The Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, recently con-
tributed 210 Pianos to the United
States Anny, for use in Cemps
and Forts throughout the Coun-
try. The above photograph shows
delivery ,of the last truckload.
Instead of the 210 Pianos orijrU
nally presented, it was discovered
that there were a total of 213
pianos in the lot, and the Army
therefore, has three more pianos
than th<\v expected.
Pianos will be stored at the
Port Quartermaster's office, Brook-
lyn, until orders for their dis-
tribution are received from the
War Department in Washington.
Photograph above shows Cap-
tain James J. Robertson, Quarter-
master's Corps handing a receipt
for the pianos to Samuel C. Lam-
port, Cotton Exporter, while J.
George Fredman. Past National
Commander of the Jewish War
Veterans, looks on.
FLORIDA HILLEL HI-LITES
Sunday evening, December 15th, at Tallahassee, two University
of Florida students could be heard muttering. "You can't argue with
a woman.'' That same afternoon. Selma Schloss of West Palm
Beach and Mitzi Joy Solomon of Miami, representing the Hillel at
Florida State College for Women, debated with and defeated the
University of Florida Hillel debating team of Sidney Aronovitz of
Key West and Kurt Teutsch. university refugee student. This gives
the Tally Hillel girls the right to represent Florida in the next round
of the National Hillel Debating Tournament. The girls had the neg-
ative side of the question. "Resolved, that opportunity for free
speech should be denied those who advocate racial or religious dis-
crimination in the United States." The judges. State Senator Le-
Roy Collins, State Representative Rainey Cawthon. and Attorney
Julius Parker unanimously decided that the Tallahassee females
had shaded their opponents in the arguments that were presented.
1 c r I I I I U h t I 1 t f l M T I 0' i> I I '
fa AMERICAN RED CROSS
NA1IOKAL HIACOI'AHIIS
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I'aal B'rttt baa offered u u. Km Croat taa cooperation of Unix
1*> talU Ui mun of lost Sei-rlee. There on eoaa eXO eta*
wit* tbroufbout too United Stalae, 00 lauUd taet oil 1 mi 11 n
koo accoea to eoaa cm of their offlcae. Ala offor of nrln li
sot eonflBod u sMUr. of lae Jooiob fella, too orpaluUn ba*Uf
eipreaeed hi dealre te belp **rwmr oad Wmmtm It aaa. TUo
plrlt ui Dm evidenced 1* taa lad Croea appeal for forelaa relief,
U fell Coll erlvee oad U otter aaja.
aay Chapter* aro already faallUr ellh tte eon of the I'ul
B'rltt. bin of the rpjilutlco ara eerviBt ea Chapter board* or
eoBBlttaea. la tuck alreaaeteaeoe tola la t tax elU alapij terra ta
epprlee Hoae Serriee aorkara ef the raaaaed pledge of eooperetloa,
ehlle thoaa aha bava oat kaoea of It* UUrait rill vlaa to dleeuae
ell* leeal leader* ef the oraaalaetlea aethode af oralr-i together.
The aatlomal aeeratary of tte I'aol I'rltt baa aafjeeted Uat
la taeb aattara aa lecatlnf eervlce aaa or feeJllee, oMalalaf, eaploj-
aaat, aealetlaf in tha eelutlc* of buelaeee probleae, aatl*ting
dleabarfed aao Id roe ate el lea lag tt*jaa, aad U attar oolfere
probleae ef eerrlce aaai oad their faalliee, I'ul aVrltt aaa be
helpful ttroug* taa actlrltlee af lta oocUl aarrlco aoaalttaaa af
la^ioa aad aoxlUariaa, particularly u citlaa vaara taaro ara aa
Jaaiaa aaaa-aork acaaaiaa. Taalr laaal iU aaaaittaaa, aalaa ara
aat va la aeaa >vi cflaBaaBlUaa, taay baliaaa aaa alaa aa aelafal ta
UUrF*tU| taa Covoraaaat'a aracraa aad la aaalaUac ladlriduala la
bUlalai iaa baoaflU ta aaleb paraoaa mj bo aa titled, rrof-blj
caaeuaaa arlalac out of taa aalalaro1 aad Sallera* Cinl BaUef let
eould be apatUU/ eaU U'. or pre tod by taeae aaa ataar laaai aid
* 1 amittoo*.
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ta taalr ladfaa, aanlllarlaa, aad adaiar aiu. aajtaal alaanlaf alll
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ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SMITH
SERVICE
CO .
HAULING
2201 3rd Avenue South
Phone 4397
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
OSCAR'S
TRANSFER
801 1st Avenue South
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
A. C. L. R. R. Freight Depot
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WELCH AUTO BODY
WORKS
(09 3rd Street South
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ACE TRANSFER CO.
Local and State Moving
842 First Avenue North
D. P. WILLIS, President
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ACE SIGNS. INC.
1757 4th Street North
O. D. "JERRY" JETTE.
General Manager
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
SUN CAB CO.
108 4th Street South
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SEASON'S GRBETINGS
MESSENGER & PACKAGE
DELIVERY SERVICE
217 3rd St.. South
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
SUGDEN RIDING
ACADEMY
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SINCERE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WORLEY
ROOFING CO.
830 9th Street North
Phone S301
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MARTIN'S GARAGE
2710 4th Street North
Phone 6183
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
V
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JOHNSTONE BROS.
FUEL CO.
2143 Fifth Avenue South
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ECONOMY
MACHINE SHOP
1930 1st Avenue South
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
YA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
J.W. CARGELL
PLUMBING
ONE TRIP REPAIR
SERVICE
1408 Sth Avenue North
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HUNT'S DAIRY
MILK
QUALITY COUNTS
Store and Home Delivery
Hainet Rd. Phone 83-872
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
J. H. SAVERY. INC.
PLUMBING
GAS PIPING
HEATiNG
REPAIR'SC
905 Burlington Avenue North
PHONE 5980
ALBERT KIMBREV. Pres.
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA
)
SEASONS GREETINGS
TRIMBLE'S
Growen and Importers of Orchids
Coreaflet. Floral Designs tor AM
Occasions. Cut Flowers.
Gardenias. Pottery
A T. TRIMBLE. Owner
1048 Fourth Street North
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
PHONES 754187435
f
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BALDWIN'S CUT RATE WINDOW SHADE
& AWNING FACTORY
1024 Fifth Avenue North
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FRANKLIN STUDIOS.
INC.
"Photographs That Please"
20 Years in St. Petersburg
R. Todd Dean, Photographer
621 Central Ave. Ph. 58-132
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
D. W. SAYLES CO.
T-I-L E
158 17th Avenue S. E. Phone 42-264
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
d n
SEASONS GREETINGS
CAROLINA DAIRY
PINELLAS PARK
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
BOYETT ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS
1045 4th Street South
ST. PETERSBURG. FT-A.
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DECEMBER 27, 1940
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PAGE FIFTEEN

Tallahassee, Florida
Seated upon her hills, Tallahassee retains the old Southern charm,
both in appearance and in her people. The government buildings
and state museum, located here, will interest the visitor. Here are
located the Florida State College for Women and the Florida Agri-
cultural and Mechanical College for negroes. Tallahassee has been
the capital of the territory and state since 1823. The tomb of Prince
Murat, son of the King of Naples and nephew of Napoleon the Great,
and that of wife, a Virginia girl are here.
SEASONS GREETINGS
I. A. BICKLEY
PLUMBING AND HEATING
114 8th Avenue Phone 1188
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

(.::..
AIDED MONTHLY
6r RELIEF
44 000 DUNAMS
PURCHASED BY
JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND
'; .A TOTAL JEWISH POPULATION OF 500,000
A Mcmficant portion of Jewish Palestine* growth in 19JM0 wi$ nude possible by American Jewish support of the
United Palestine Appeal. Realizing the necessity for maintaining and expanding these services under pressure of war,
tSf Jtib Agency and the Jewish National Fund have adopted, for 1940-41. combined budget of $13,640,000.
Ft. Meyers, Florida
Sincere Holiday Greeting!
WEATHERLY
ELECTRIC CO.
2225 Hendry Street
Phone 678
FT. MYERS. FLA.
Fort Myers. Florida, in Collier County, on the west coast of Florida
is noted throughout the world for its many avenues of palms and
its fine homes. Located on the Caloosahatchee River, Fort Myers
and its surrounding waters boasts of the finest tarpon fishing in
the world. Its beaches are among the finest, and boasts quite a size-
able summer and winter colony. Here is located Thomas A. Edison's
former home, a place of beauty to all visitors. Fine hotels make this
fairyland spot well worth a visit to those interested in the beautiful.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
FORT MYERS
AUTO PAINT SHOP
COMPLETE AUTO PAINTING
1125 Anderson Avenue
PHONE 14
FT. MYERS. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
WELDRITE WELDING
& MACHINE SHOP
Union and Hendry Streets
PHONE 303
FT. MYERS. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
ANDY'S
SERVICE STATION
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
PURE OIL PRODUCTS
1438 Cleveland Ave. Phone 112
FT. MYERS, FLA.
I
Sincere Holiday Greetings
SPOONER &
ENGELHARDT
FUNERAL HOME
1521 McGregor Boulevard
PHONE 212
FT. MYEHS. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
SATCHELL'S
LAUNDRY
Cleveland Avenue
PHONE 143
FT. MYERS, FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
MOODY BROS.
PLUMBING CO.
WE FEATURE
GREENS FUEL
for
COOKING
HEATING
REFRIGERATION
925 Cleveland Ave.
Phone 421
TAMIAMI TRAIL
FT. MYERS. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LAWRENCE A. POWELL, INC.
FUNERAL HOME
15 First Street
FT. MYERS. FLA.
Phone 4,95
Sincere Holiday Greetings
ED ANDERSON
PAINT SHOP
211 Thompson Street
PHONE 7
FT. MYERS. FLA.
Holiday Greetings
TWENTY-FOUR HOUR
SERVICE STATION
Sinclair Products
525 W. Gaines
Tallahassee. Florida
BEST WISHES FOR THE
HOLIDAY SEASON
SHERRILL
OIL COMPANY
T. R. WILLIAMS, Agent
R R. Ave and Madison
Phone 1020
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
DR. PEPPER
BOTTLING CO.
BURFORD A. SPENCER
825 R. R. Ave. Phone 1849
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
L. O. WHITLEY
USED AUTO PARTS
424 W. Madison Street
PHONE 1223
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
JEAN THOMPSON
FLORIST
777 Miccosukie Road
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
Capital Pharmacy. Inc.
PASCHAL W. SAPP
615 N Monroe Ph. 95 and 905
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FIVE POINTS
Service Station
TEXACO PRODUCTS
Los Robles Gate Phone 913
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MESSER AUTO &
SUPPLY CO.
524 W. GAINES
PHONE 369
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ARMORY
SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
Monroe at 7th Ave. Phone 1530
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CAPITAL CITY ICE
& COAL CO.
CHAS C. MAYHEW
S. Adams St Phone 348
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
STEWART'S
Shoe Rebuildina
100 East Jefferson
PHONE 139
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
TAYLOR'S PLACE
110 S Monroe St.
P 0. Boa 107*. Tallahassee. Fla.
SOUTHS FINEST
BILLIARD PARLOR
SPEARMAN ON TAP
All Brands Bottle Beer
Cigars. Cigarettes and Magazines
All Baseball Results Daily
J. F. TAYLOR. Prop.
PHONE 1782
SEASON'S GREETINGS
McRae Service Station
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
D. Q. McRAE. Manager
211 E. Park Ave Phone 722 R
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIOA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ROBINSON
LUMBER
COMPANY
HAVANA. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CAPITAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.
JOE WILSON
122 E Pensaeola Street Phone 1344
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIOA


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PAGE SIXTEEN
fJenisft Fir* Mfir
raiDAY. decem:eh 27, ;-.n

SOCIETY
Robert Sylran Schwartz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Schwartz
will be bar mitzvah Saturday
morning at Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation. Martin will
address the audience. A recep-
tion will follow the services.

Sponsorship of the Miami Com-
munity Forum has been an-
nounced by the men's clubs of
the Unitarian Church and Tem-
ple Israel with lectures to be giv-
en at Temple Israel auditorium.
Starting Wednesday. January 8,
the speaker will be John C. Met-
calfe, America's ace newspaper
reporter, whose topic will be "I
Cover the Fifth Column." Addi-
tional speakers will include Rab-
bi Edward L. Israel, president of
Synagogue Council of America;
Max Brauer, self-exiled mayor of
Altona, Germany; John Williams
Hughes, British commentator, and
Jack Fahy, South American cor-
respondent. A question period
will follow each lecture. Tickets
may be obtained by calling the
office of Temple Israel.

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levitan.
Miss Esther Levitan and Mr. and
Mrs. Al Merleman of New York
City are visiting Mrs. Levitan's
sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Grossman.
Mrs. Levitan is the Bursar of the
Yeshiva College in New York
City.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
This week all the Rabbis are
telling us of Mattithias and Judas
Maccabee, but we as women al-
so recall that we were told sto-
ries of Hannah, the wife and
mother of this wonderful family.
She certainly had an important
work to do and, we as Jewish
women try to carry on this her-
itage, and at this season of the
year wish to extend Chanuka
greetings to all our members and
their families and to those friends
we hope will soon be members.
various organizations in the city.
A beautifully engraved resolution
on parchment was presented to
the retiring president, Mr. Mint-
zer, in addition to a gift as a tes-
timonial to his efforts and
achievements during his tenure
of office.

The Southern Young Judaea Re-
gion will hold its annual cultural
conclave this year in Columbus,
Ga. Harold Geo. Shapiro, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Young
Judaea Council, will attend this
conclave and represent Miami
Young Judaea.
GREETINGS
DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD
221 5. W. 22nd Atwui
PHONE 2-5839
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
BON TON CLEANERS
R. L. DAUGHERTY
Main Of ice and Plant
637 N. W. FIFTH AVENUE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
BLUE BOWL CAKE &
PASTRY SHOP
Mr. and Mrs. Kuppinger, Props.
1411 s W. 17th Awe. Ph. 2.1819
SEASONS GREETINGS
MARION BUTLER. jR.
1*1*) Alton Road
PHONE I-8409
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ZurweUe-Whittoker. Inc.
Structural Engineers and
Surveyors
Bayshore Bldg Ph. 5-2312
927 W. 41st STREET
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE
1665 Michigan Avenue
PHONE 5-5907
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HARRY WASSERMAN
AND FAMILY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
UMBRELLA GARAGE
Complete Body. Fender and Moler
Repair Service
1SM 20th ST Ph. 8-7707
MIAMI BEACH
The Greater Miami Jewish Cem-
etery Association held their in-
stallation banquet at the Astor
Hotel Sunday evening. Mr. H.
M. Drewich was chairman of the
affair assisted by E. Albert Pal-
lot, who was toastmaster for the
evening. Officers installed in-
cluded A. Pepper, president; H.
M. Drewich, vice president: Sid-
ney Palmer, secretary; I. L. Mint-
zer, treasurer. A report of the
organization's activities was ren-
dered by the officers. Brief mes-
sages were heard from heads of
ALARM SYSTEM FOILS
ROBBING BY BURGLARS
Due to the efficiency of the
burglar alarm system installed
in their places of business, the
looting of four Miami concerns
was prevented this week.
At the Original Rubin's Loan
Company, 145 N. Miami Avenue,
after breaking a show window
the alarm was set off frightening
away the bandits.
The Davis Loan Company, 201
N. Miami Ave., was visited via
the skylight route. Again the
alarm was on the job. May's
Jewelry Company, Seybold Bldg.
suffered a broken show window.
The discouraged burglar made a
quick getaway when the gong
set up its warning signal.
Moving up to the O. K. Reli-
able Grocery. 943 N. W. 7th Ave.,
I the gang attempted a break
' through the rear door and again
j the clamor of the alarm was too
much for them.
Mr C. G. Hodges of the Miami
Burglar Alarm Company, 1969
S. W. 10th St., who installed the
alarms in these places, stated, "So
detailed is the installation of the
system that it is practically im-
possible to break into any store
or building without setting off
the alarm. "
The quaint origin of latkes as
the most popular Hanuka deli-
cacy is supposed to be the pan!
cakes hastily prepared by the
Jewish women for the soldiers
of Maccabeus when they halted
for rest while pursuing the
troops of the Syrians. So
strengthened were the Macca-
bean warriors by those pancakes
that Judas Maccabeus is sup-
posed to have decreed that Jews
should eat Latkes on Hanuka
SEASONS GREETINGS
MAGILL'S
SERVICE STATION
4500 N. W. 7th At. Ph. 7-92K
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MIAMI WELDING WORKS
& SUPPLY CO.
17*5 N. Miami Ave. Phons 2-4403
Welding Supplies,
Welding Equipment, Repairs
SEASON'S GREETINGS
NORTH MIAMI
FEED & FERTILIZER CO.
12Sth Street and
Joseph Jordan
ne Highway
Phone 7-3911
SEASONS GREETINGS
RAYS. MILLER
Tax Assessor
MIAMI BEACH
SEASONS GREETINGS
14 K SHOP
Diamonds Antique Jewelry
MRS. T. D. DUNN
S10 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-6237
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
LIFE BAR & PACKAGE
STORE
463 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THOMAS R. WEST
A HAPPY CHANUKA
To Ail Our Jewish Friends
JAMES F. SCOTT
Liberty Square
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LEE PHARMACY
801 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5.3577
SEASONS GREETINGS
SEASONS GREETINGS
To My Friends
JOHN C. MILLER
Limited Common Carrier
Fort Everglades to Key West
2234 S. W. 36th Avenue
PHONE 4-53*0
MR. and MRS.
RICHARD KIEHNEL
EXTEND BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
Many Seasons Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrotw ,
HENRY A.POHL.
Inc.
Florida Distributors for
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
DIESEL AMD GAS
REGISTERED
YACHT BROKERS
410 M. E. 12th St. Ph. 2-1577
FRANK KEIDEL
Wishing All of Our Jewish Friends
A HAPPY CHANUKA
ALDRnT ELECTRIC
MOTOR CO.
AND SUBSIDIARY
HURRICANE FAN CO.
237 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 28147
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FLORIDA PAPER BOX
CO- INC.
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS
HYMAN LESSIN
Complete line of Handkerchief,
Lingerie, Tie and Gift Boxes
248 N. W. 29th St. Phone 3.2908
SINCERE-WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
ELECTROLUX INC.
Postal Building
Chanuka Season's Greetings
W. F. SNYDER
General Contractor
463 41st St Phone 5-1616
Miami Beach
MY
BEST WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY CHANUKA
JACK H. PERO
SEASONS GREETINGS
E GEORGE BERNARD
Postal Bldg. Miami. Fla.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THE WEISS FAMILY
SEASONS GREETINGS
I. H. GRIBBLE
Tax Assessor and Collector
City Hall North Miami
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
DR. WALTER K. FOLEY
OSTEOPATH
1110 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-4057
SEASONS GREETINGS
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE
CHIROPRACTOR
ORTHO-ANATOMIST
217 Shoreland Arcade Bldg.
Miami Phone 2-7106
BEST WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY CHANUKA
JOHN C. FRAZURE
REALTOR
S3 Lincoln Read
Pheae 5-1030
SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Friends
BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO.
1327 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH

I

i
I .
BEST WISHES
TROUP BROS.
PAVING CONTRACTORS
- Driveways, Paring. Grading,
Excavating Cleaning.
Scarifying
4151 S. Dixie Highway
Phones: 4-80224.8874
Ism Ml
..!** ** -i/tfa, .. il jr
i
SEASONS
GREETINGS
from
SHERIFF
D. C. COLEMAN


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940
-JeHlstiflcrMto,
Gainesville, Florida
Sincere Holiday Greetings
UNION SEA FOOD &
POULTRY MARKET
205 West Union
Phone 452
GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
PEOPLE'S
FISH MARKET
Mrs. Clifford Newsome. Prop.
IMS. Garden Phone 9190
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
BRASINGTON
SERVICE GARAGE
216 W. Main St. Phone 103
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Sincere Holday Greetings
DOLORIES
BEAUTY SHOP
121 E. Union Phone 428
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GAINESVILLE
UPHOLSTERY AND
MATTRESS FACTORY
P. B. BEEMAN. Owner
336 E. McCormick (Corner Oik)
PHONE 1031
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
ECONOMY
CAB COMPANY
We Appreciate Your Business
129 N. Garden Phone 506
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
CITY DRUG CO.
126 E. Unversity Are.
Phone 1366
GAINESVILLE, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DAVE'S SANDWICH &
COLD DRINK SHOP
422 W. University Ph. 9162
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Sncere Holiday Greetings
ERMA REEVES
BEAUTY SHOP
125 E. Main Phone 271
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GAINESVILLE
FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE WORKS
PHONE 320
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Season's Greetings
THE
ANDERSON STUDIO
PHOTOGRAPHERS
338 U. University Ave.
Phone 981
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
SEASONS BREETINGS
PIGGLY WIGGLY
Fancy Groceries and Meats
Your Patronage Appreciated
121 E. Main S.. South
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
LOUIS' LUNCH
730 S. Virginia Phone 9159
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GAINESVILLE ICE &
COLD STORAGE CO.
1201 North Grove
Phone 1067
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DAVIS BEER GARDEN
528 N. 6th Street Phone 9117
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
COURTESY MARKET
Birdteye Frosted Food
Chidlow Bread
"Hotard't"at Courteay Markt
Choice Western and Native
MeatsPoultry
TELEPHONE 181
GAINESVILLE, FLA.
PAGE SEVENTEEN
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Known for years as one of the outstanding winter resorts of Flo-
rida, West Palm Beach is rapidly becoming recognized as a summer
resort by thousands of vacationists from the southeastern states and
the interior counties of Florida. Here, because of the nearness of
the Gulf Stream and the unfailing sweep of the trade winds, active
and "spectator'- sports are fun 12 months out of the year. Sailfish-
ing is, of course, par excellent in the "Sailfish Sector of the Gulf
Stream" and the annual Silver Fish Derby is open to Floridians as
well as to northern visitors.
LEO EISENSTEIN
Miami Beach Associate Chair-
men, Men's Division, of the ,
forthcoming drive of Federation.
Hanuka is the only Jewish fes-
tival based on a Jewish triumph
of arms against its enemies,
It was once the custom to place
tlu' Hanukah lights outside the'
house.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FAIR AWNING &
UPHOLSTERY SHOP
421 S. Olive Phone 4094
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
McBROTHERS
DRY CLEANERS
2121 N. Poinsettia Ph. 5634
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HALSEY & GRIFFITH
STATIONERS
OFFICE OUTFITTERS
BOOKS OF ALL KINDS
Ph. 3883 313-17 Datura St.
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WILSON ROWAN
LOCKSMITH CO.
KEYS
304 Trinity Place Phone 8770
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
W. L. FLEISCHER, Inc.
PAINTING and
DECORATING
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
I R H I M E
ELECTRIC CO.
376 S. Country Road
Phone 4311
PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HUDGINS SEAFOOD
RESTAURANT
612 N. Olive
Phone 5183
WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NORTHWOOD
BEAUTY SHOP
Shelton-Thermique Oil of
Tulip Wood Permanent Wave
$4.00 Complete
2312 N. Poinsettia Ph. 3274
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STUDSTILL &
HOLLENBECK. INC.
REALTORS
A Dependable Service
108 S. Olive Phone 7188
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Aiello's Upholstering
& Mattress Company
Upholstering. Drapes
Slip Covers
2110 N. Poinsettia Ph. 3088
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GEORGE S.
BROCKWAY
REGISTERED
CIVIL ENGINEER
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HAZEL'S
BEAUTY SALON
ExclusiveBut Not Expensive
413 Clematis Phone 8336
Next to Palace Theatre
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
N
DRY CLEANING
614 UNIVERSITY AVENUE
PHONE 257
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SHORTY BEAN'S
ELECTRIC SHOP
733 West University
Phone 50
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
INDIANA MARKET
C. A. HALLONOUIST. Manager
Western Meats Poultry Fruits and Vegetables
WE DELIVER
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GROCERY CO.
CENTRAL
623 West Masonic
Phone 112
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
1105 North Poinsettia
WEST PALM BEACH
Phone 4213
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PALM BEACH EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC.
FUMIGATINGTERMITE CONTROL
Our Control Service Will Keep Your Property Vermin Free
429'2 Datura
WEST PALM BEACH
Phone M95


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PAGE EIGHTEEN
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1940
OF OHEV SHALOM
Services Friday at 8:15 p m.
This Sabbath is dedicated to the
college students of the members
of our Congregation. College
Sabbath will include messages
and greetings from the following
college students: Mr. Georg?
Wolly of th-> University of Flo-
rida: Miss Marjorie Frankel of
Rollins College: Tybel Witten-
stein of the Florida State Coll 'go
far Women; Hindalyn Kottelman
of the University of Georgia;
Ansel Wittenstein. University cf
Florida: Miss Dorothy Miller of
Florida College for Women.
Master Arthur Hillman. banner
htudent at the Castle Heights
Military Academy and outstand-
ing student of the daily Hebrew
and Religious school, will also
speak at the services. Ra'jbi
Morris A. Skop will deliver a
brief talk to the college students
dealing with the Chanuka theme.
Saturday services at 8:30 a. m.
Mr. Katzenelsohn of New York
will be the guest chazan and
i peatcer.
Childrens service and Hebrew-
story hour at 11 a. m.
CHANUKA ENTERTAINMENT
AND MAGIC SHOW
Sunday at 2:30 p. m. will mark
the Hebrew and Religious school
Chanuka entertainment. Every
class in the school will partici-
pate. There will be three plays,
lighting of the candles, exchange
of Chanuka gifts; a dreidle tour-
nament and community singing.
Dr. Boardman. noted Orlando
magician, will present a half
hour magic show following the
plays. The Ladies Auxiliary of
the Congregation will present
each child with a packet of
goodies. Gifts will be sent by
the children to the Umatilla
Crippled Children's Home and
the Lexington School for the
Deaf in New York City, where
Rabbi Skop was spiritual advisor
to the Jewish children for three
years prior to his coming to Or-
lando. Boxes of fruit will also
be sent.
CONGREGATION ELECTION
OF OFFICERS
This Sunday at 8 p. m. the an-
nual election of officers will be
held at the synagogue social hall.
Mr. Barney J. Cohen, president,
will preside. All members of
the congregation are expected.
MINNA AGRESS AND HENRY
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
JACOBSOHN MARRIED
Rabbi Skop and Rev. Leshin-
sky officiated at the home wed-
ding in Daytona Beach last Sun-
day evening. Minna Agress is
one of Central Florida's popular
social workers. Mr. Jacobsohn is
a school teacher in New York.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Miami and Havana, the couple
will reside in New York City.
RABBI SKOP TO VISIT
GAINESVILLE
On Friday. Jan. 10th Rabbi
Skop will conduct services at the
University of Florida for the
Jewish students. His sermon
theme will be "Signifcant Jew-
ish Badges." Following the ser-
mon and services there will be
an open forum hour for ques-
tions.
IMPRESSIVE CHANUKAS
HABAYIS OPENS NEW HOME
Rabbis Abraham Burger and
Alexander Kleinfeld of Tampa
and St. Petersburg participated
with Rabbi Skop in the dedica-
tory ceremones at the open house
last Sunday of the new home ef
Rabbi and Mrs. Skop at 438 East
Gore Avenue. The Rabbi and
Mrs. Skop and family wish to
thank their many friends
throughout the state for their
grand messages of congratula-
tion and the many beautiful gifts
and telegrams. A standng invi-
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Sincere Holiday Greetings
INLAND PRESS
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS
J. M. Ellison. Prop.
304 W. South Phone 5704
ORLANDO. FLA.
Sanford, Florida
Sanford. nestled snugly on the
shores of the St. Johns River, in
the central part of the state, is
probably better known as the
'Celery City" The many lakes
and streams abound in fish and j
the disciples of Isaac Walton need
look no farther for a place in
which to lure the finny tribe.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BILL'S PACKAGE
STORE
The Best in Fine Wines
Liquors, Gins
FREE DELIVERY
106 W. 1st St. Phone 880
SANFORD, FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
MAFFETT AUTO
SERVICE STATION
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
220 N. Park Ave. Phone 9125
SANFORD. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FLORIDA BATTERY &
ELECTRICAL WORKS
316 W. Washington Ph. 6633
ORLANDO, FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
HENNIG'S
TIRE
WORKS
27 S. Main
PHONE 4424
ORLANDO. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PYKE'S PLATING
WORKS
30 W. Church Phone 3748
ORLANDO, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WOO D Y'S
WOOD YARD
"We Make Warm Friends"
Parramore and Gore Ph. 7755
ORLANDO. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
ROBERTS GROCERY
223 E. 1st Phone 39
SANFORD. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SANFORD CAB CO.
New CarsCourteous, Effi-
cient Drivers
Out of Town Calls a Specialty
Phone 74
SANFORD, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
C. A. PRANGE
BRAKE LINING STATION
Wheel, Axle and Frame Alignment
We Correct "Shimmy"
1010 W. Church St. Phone 722'
ORLANDO. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetngs
ALTMAN
CHEVROLET CO.
SALES amd SERVICE
OK'd USED CARS
208 W. 1st Phone 134
SANFORD. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
THE FOUNTAIN
SODAS and SUNDAES
B. C. Gordon. Mgr.
24 E. Washington
ORLANDO. FLA.
GREETINGS
A. B. HERNDON
BLUE PRINTS
Magruder Arcade
ORLANDO. FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
AL'S AUTO PAINT
& BODY SHOP
Central Florida's Only Paint
Bake Oven
ONE STOP SERVICE STATION
3000 North Orange Avtnue
PHONE S901
ORLANDO. FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
FRENCH MIRROR
PLATE GLASS CO.
75 W. Pine Phone 6523
ORLANDO. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FINLEY BROTHERS
Incorporated
PAINT
63 E. Pine Phone 3346
ORLANDO. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
THE CITY ICE
& FUEL CO.
Phone 885
SANFORD, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WELSH TIRE SHOP
Let Us Balance Your Wheels
Statically and Dynamically
Vulcanising Recapping
2nd and Park Phone 111
SANFORD. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DON'S. INC.
Awnings. Chicago Venetian
Blinds. Tarpaulins. Lawn
Furniture
2610 N. Orange Phone 3279
ORLANDO. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
COLD SMOKE PRODUCTS CO.
OF FLORIDA, INC.
EXTERMINATORS
508 Brookhaven Road Phone 6314
ORLANDO. FLORIDA

SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KILGORE SEED CO.
300 W. 1st Phone 248
SANFORD. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greeting*
P. & M. MATTRESS &
UPHOLSTERY CO.
Inner Spring* and Box Springs
Furniture Repaired and
Upholstered
J. VINCENT PERLEY. Mgr.
Free Estimates
513 Virginia Drive Phone 3093
ORLANDO. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NORTH GARLAND BODY WORKS
529 North Garland Phone 3632
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SMITH & SMART. INC.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
719 S. Parramore Phone 7748
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
1
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
BOTTLERS OF
ROYAL CROWN COLA
SANFORD. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FRANK KAREL
SHERIFF
ORANGE COUNTY
ORLANDO. FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
ORLANDO BOWLING CENTER
"The Home of the State Chamoions1940"
720 N. Oranae Ave.
Orlando, Fla.


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la, unable to attend to visit
htion is extended to those who
U any time wnilu in rlando
Ameng the guests last Sunday,
in addition to the members of
Ohtv Shalom and Central Flo-
rida friends, were the ministers
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Sincere Holiday Greeting*
TAMNEY
GROCERY
AND
MARKET
501 W. South Phone 9279
ORLANDO, FLA.
of the Orlando and Winter Park '
churches and officials of the Or-
lando Rotary Club of which Rab-
bi Skop is chairman of the In-
ternational committee.
AUXILIARY SPONSORS
LECTURE SERIES
Under the auspices of the La-
dies Auxiliary of the Congrega-
tion Rabbi Skop will deliver a
series of three lectures on Wed-
nesday evenings at his home on
the subject, "The Teachings of
Modern Psychology and the Jew-
ish Child." The first lecture
will be on Jan. 8th at 8 p. m.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HARPER'S PLUMBING
& HEATING CO.
REPAIR SERVICE
York Air Conditioning
2313 N. Orange Avenue
PHONE 7442
ORLANDO, FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
LANTZ ELECTRIC CO.
64 W. Pine Phone 4253
ORLANDO. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TILLER'S GARAGE
54 W. Pine Phone 4803
ORLANDO, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS CENTRAL STORAGE 4 SERVICE GARAGE 70 W. Central Ave. Ph. 3361 ORLANDO, FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS STUCKIE PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC. 17 Carolina Ct. Phone 7543 i ORLANDO. FLA.
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Sincere Holiday Greetings SOUTH POLE FISH & POULTRY MARKET Seafoods in Season Wholesale Retail Fresh Dressed Poultry 818 S. Pdrramore Ph. 6737 ORLANDO. FLA.

Sincere Holiday Greetings ALLIED PARTS CO. AUTO PARTS 314 W. Pine Phone 8651 ORLAKDO. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BANDY PRINTING CO.
S. DIXIE HIGHWAY PHONE 3966
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO.
MOVING
135 N. Main ALL LOANS INSURED Phone 5286
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CENTRAL CIGAR & TOBACCO CO.
630 West Central
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Sarasota, Florida
Sincere Holiday Greetings
RICHARD'S
ELECTRIC CO.
811 Main Street
SARASOTA, FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CHADWICK
FISHERIES
HOG CREEK
SARASOTA, FLA.
BENJAMIN SAMUELS
B'nai B'rith Convention Head
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FAS STANDARD
SERVICE STATION
Church it Parramore Ph. 9171
ORLANDO, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
A FRIEND
Sincere Holiday Greetings
WORDEN'S AMOCO
SERVICE STATION
We Feature
Rock a Car Lubrication
200 W. Robinson Ph. 5200
ORLANDO, FLA.
SEASONS GREETINGS
I. S. POPE
ELECTRIC
CONTRACTOR
222 S. Rosalind Ave.
PHONE 3768
ORLANDO. FLA.
CO.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
THOMAS LUMBER
231 W. Gore Avenue
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
SINCERE HOLIDAY OREETINGS
ORLANDO ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS
APPROVED ROOFERS FOR THE APPLICATION OF
BARBER OENASCO BONDED ROOFS
* with tht Vital Bl.mtntTrinid.d Nativt Lak. Asphalt
PHONE 334
th Vital Element
' NORTH EOLA DRIVE
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Sincere Holiday Greetings
JACOB
BURKHARD
PLUMBING
330 N. Garland
PHONE 3323
ORLANDO, FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
GAUL JACKSON
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Sincere Holiday Greetings
SUMMER'S
SERVICE STATION
10th and Central Avenue
SARASOTA, FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GREEN S
WOOD YARD
Central Avenue
SARASOTA. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
ALDRICH
CLEANERS & DYERS
PHONE 7730
Office, 132 N. Pineapple Ave.
Plant, 453 W. 11th Street
SARASOTA. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
PAUL'S GARAGE
176 6th Street
SARASOTA, FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
THACKER &
VAN GILDER
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
142 N. Orange Avenue
Phone 2051
SARASOTA, FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BLOSSOM SHOP
"YOUR FLORIST"
241 Main Street
SARASOTA. FLA.
Fort Pierce
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JONES
TAXI SERVICE
Orange Ave. and 3rd St.
PHONE 125
FT. PIERCE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Blue Doll Beautv Shop
All Branches of Beauty
Culture
Antoinette O'Brien. Prop.
202 S. 2nd St. Phone 343
Opposite Sunrise Theatre
FT. PIERCE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TAYLOR'S
SODA SHOP
Arcade Bldg. Phone 9121
Sincere Holiday Greetings
SERVICE
PRINTING CO.
FT. PIERCE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HARRIS HAYNES
INSURANCE CO.
206 Orange Ave. Phone 640
FT. PIERCE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
T. A. MURPHY
REAL ESTATE
222 Orange Ave. Phone 275
FT. PIERCE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JOHNNY'S
GULF SERVICE
FT. PIERCE. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BUSH SUNDRIES
Ave. D Phone 9143
FT. PIERCE. FLA.


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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27
1940
/

\
CouHny. The Ntionl Jtwilh Monthly
. nd may the New Year bring us the blessings
of .
Lakeland, Florida
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WHITE DILLARD
SERVICE STATION
130 N. Massachusetts Ave.
PHONE 38-522
LAKELAND. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
FLORIDA CAB
COMPANY
DIAL 4603
LAKELAND. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FLORIDA SHEET
METAL WORKS
J. J. HARPER. Mgr.
326 N. Fla. Are. Ph. 23-833
LAKELAND. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
REED'S
SERVICE STATION
220 W. Main Phone 38-914
LAKELAND. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
WHITMORE'S
SERVICE STATION
Sinclair Products
Goodyear Tires
Main and Florida Avenues
Phone 37-581
LAKELAND. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BRYANT
ELECTRIC SERVICE
1M East Main Street
Phone 28-141
LAKELAND. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GREGG'S HOME OF
FLOWERS
307 S. Florida Avenue
Phone 36-784
LAKELAND. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HOLLAND'S
TRANSFER
602 N. Florida Avenue
Phone 38-321
LAKELAND. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
CARL HART
AUTO BODY SERVICE
Authorised
Duco Service
623 W. Lemon Phone 38-641
LAKELAND. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
THE HOME BAKERY
842 E. Main Phone 22-661
LAKELAND. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JOHN TEMPLIN
LUMBER
CO.

919 E. Rom Phone 28-681
LAKELAND. FLA.
DEPORTATION OF
JEWS CONFIRMED
London (WNS-Palcor Agency"
The mystery injected by the
censor's deletion of all details
into the two-day strike last week
by Haifa's Jewish Population
| has now been cleared up, as def-
inite word was permitted to be
sent from Palestine confirming
the suspected deportation from
that country of a group of Jew-
ish refugees.
On the preceding Sunday. De-
cember 8, the government with-
out previous announcement, had
placed on board two small but
well-equipped vessels 1.584 so-
called illegal Jewish refugees
who had been detained at the
camp in Athlit since their arrival
from Europe some time ago on
the steamer Atlantis.
They were bound for some
British possession probably
the Island of Mauuitius. to which
it had been intended to send the
Patria passengers before the ad-
ditional hardships imposed on the
survivors of the sinking of that
vessel caused the authorities to
permit them to remain in Pales-
tine. The plan, as announced,
is to keep the deportees at their
new destination until the end of
the war.
The purpose of the censor's de-
letions about the strike was to
make certain that the outside
world could complain only of a
fait accompli, no action could be
taken. The government decided !
on this course in view of the!
storm of protest that had been
aroused both in England and in
the United States before the
scheduled date for the Patria's
intended sailing.
The deportation, the first to be
carried out since the govern-
ment's communique on Nov. 21
announcing its intention to take
such action "regarding further
partiess which succeed in reach-
ing Palestine with a view to en-
tering illegally." revealed clearly
the governments intention to car-
ry out this policy. Sir Arthur
Salter, parliamentary secretary
to the ministry of shipping, again
insisted that the government con-
siders it urgent to deport all
illegal immigrans from Palestine
under present war conditions.
Meanwhile this government
policy was denounced in the lat-
est issue of the New Judea, offi-
cial organ of the World Zionist
Organization published here
monthly.
The deportation of refugees
who have endured such hardship
in ther months of harrowing es-
cape from Nazi persecution only
to find themselves unwelcome
when they finally reach their
destination, the Jewish Natonal
Home which they had been as-
sured by their local authorities
would admit them, is character-
ized a "cruel action."
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
I. E. H. DORSETT
PLUMBING and HEATING
Repair Work a Specialty Prompt Day and Night Service
OIL BURNER SERVICE
S07 S. Florida Avenue
LAKELAND. FLORIDA
Phone 33-221
SINCERE HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
W. W. JONES
COMPANY
TAMPA. FLA.
Tampa, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
E. G. HAUER
PLUMBER
4218 Riverside Phone 4815
TAMPA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DEAN W. CAMPBELL
SERVICE STATION
Howard 8c Grand Central Ave.
Phone H 1123
TAMPA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ZACK STREET
AUTO SERVICE
113 Zack Phone 3288
TAMPA. FLA.
Sincere Season's Greetingi
MERCURY
PRINTING CO.
JOHN W. NESTLER
710 Ashley Phone 351*
TAMPA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SAFFOLDI BROTHERSJ
PRODUCE CO.
Wash, and East Phone 4S2||
TAMPA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SOUTH FLORIDA
ORNAMENTAL IRON
& WIRE CO.
405 S. Florida Avenue
Phone M-61-574
TAMPA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CENTRAL OIL CO..
INC.
TAMPA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MIKE'S GARAGE
ISth and 8th Avenue
Phone 41182
TAMPA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
J.W.
& COMPANY
BOX
MANUFACTURERS
TAMPA. FLA.
Ill
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
COCHRAN
SERVICE CO.
BATTERIES
Jackson Phone 3854
TAMPA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TAMPA SHEET METAL
WORKS. INC.
1402 Grand Central Avt.
Phone H 1943
TAMPA. FLA.
OWN BUILDING
JOSEF
Everett ORGATRON
Pianos
PLENTY PARKING SPACE
C. ZUKOR
e Picture Framing
i
' BETTER PIANOS CHEAPER'
123 South Franklin Street
Tampa. Florida
SEASONS GREETINGS
TAMPA
THEATRE
TAMPA FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SELZ BROKERAGE
TAMPA. FLORIDA
CO
I
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
POLAR ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.
3 5th Phone M12M
TAMPA. FLORIDA


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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940 +M*l9Hk**Mt*r! PAGE THIRTEEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12) best three games out of five will be played on Thursday, January 2. starting 8 p. m. at the Miami Recreation Alleys. 301 So. Miami AveniM. A real inducement to the winning team has been offered by Mr. Sol Halpert. who is offering a beautiful trophy to the victors. The probable starting lineup for the Y. M. H. A. include Sol Weinklc. Sam Tend* rich. Al Berkowitz. Murray Strut. Sol Levin, Abe Berkowitz and Al Reisman. Sorry we did not receive B'nai B'nth lineup Here's your chance to really -s some fine Duckpin games and root for your favorite. Upon Iggestion of Maurice Grossmen, the losing team has agreed tfive new members into the organization of the Y. M. H. A Wili be seeing you next Thursday right. TEAM STANDINGS Team Alley Cats Strikers Yehudies Wolves I), stroyers Buck, yes High Independent Game. Sol winkle High Independent Set. Sol Weinkle High Team Game, Strikers High Team Set. Strikers 1520 NEWS AROUND TOWN Ce-chairmen Leo Robinson and Herman Waitsman are hard at work making definite plans for the Annual Cavalcade of Stars, which is scheduled to be held the latter part of January at the Beach Plaza Theater. With conditions in the world as they are today, we look toward the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, headed by their executive director, Isaac Joffe, to go over the 125.000.00 quota set for the year 1941. Our own executive director. Maurice Grossman, has done a splendid piece of work as chairman of the speakers' committee in connection with the Federation drive, for which we are all proud. Rev. Dick Evans, who is the bulwark behind the Florida Congress of Democracy, requests every member of the Y to attend all the functions of that body which will be meeting at the MacFadden Deauville starting today. TROPICAL TO FEATURE NEW YEAR RACE CARD w L 22 11 22 11 17 16 15 18 15 18 8 25 149 358 528 Tropical Park, with a week of outstanding thoroughbred racing to its credit, now swings into the Second week of its abbreviated 16-day winter meeting, with the Key West Handicap for older routers headlining Saturday's eight-race program. The better thoroughbreds will bo asked to go a mile and seventy yards and many of the outstanding performers in Miami are expected to accept the issue for a S2.000 purse. Sprinters already have had their fling at the more important money, and now three-year-olds also will be given a chance to go a mile and seventy yards as the secondary feature on Saturday afternoon, the Homestead purse. Surrounding the twin attraction will be usual high grade program of sport with a run of one mile and threorquarters, the longest event of the season to date, rivalling the features in point of interest among the spectators. Robert S. Shelley, racing secretary of the Gables race track, has written many marathon affairs into his condition book, of which Saturday's fourteen furlongs is the first. The distance will be gradually extended to two miles and seventy yards. The coming week also promises many additional thrills to the sportively inclined. An outstanding New Year's morning card, the third in the history of Tropical Park, again is expected to attract a tremendous outpouring of fans. So successful has the morning racing been in the past that the H. M. Stevens Catering Company will this year inaugurate a special Orange Bowl breakfast for early comers. The SEASON'S GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR PHONE 22412 620 Security Building MIAMI. FLORIDA STEAKS • CHOPS SEA FOOD IN SEASON SEA FOOD GRILL "Patronize the Belt" 10 SOUTH MIAMI AVE. TOM FLINGOS. MOT. ftCKVINi* ... -A? r I 0 I 0 A $ f'SEi* AMKICAN llWhh PINNER <\ SY.IPJECilS 146 COLLINS' AV :< .1 V BEACH MVHSIDi m( mo i A L ,(41 A? it C P J I O ill MIAMI NEW YORK 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE Serving The Jewish Community Phone 5-7777 Fifty years of experience have equipped our staff to render a genuinely sympathetic and traditional service —always conforming to the needs of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewry. Strict compliance with every Jewish ritual CHARLESEDWARD and MORTON ROSENTHAL Resident Manager ABE EISENBERG SEASONS GREETINGS I. ROSENGARTEN "Miami's Pioneer Furrier" Remodeling :-: Cleaning Moth-proofing :-: Glazing Certified Cold Storage Vault! 118 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-4591 SEASONS GREETINGS To All My Patrons and Friends VENETIAN WAY SERVICE STATION 1349 Dade Boulevard Frank Montfort. Prop. SEASON'S GREETINGS KRAFT'S GOOD FOOD RESTAURANT "Home of Good Foods'' 2S45 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2.9998 FOR THE 27TH CHANUKA We Take Pleasure in Extending The Greeting* of the Season To Our Jewish Patrons and Friends THOMAS AWNING CO.. Incorporated Established 1914 3645 N E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-1651 SEASONS GREETINGS J. W. PE ARCE MARINE ENGINEER CONTRACTOR Pile Driving. Foundations. Dredging. Bulkheads. Docks. Seawalls and Bridge Construction 3101 N. W. 20th St.. Rt. 1, Box 12 PHONE 4-9975 If No Answer Phone 7.7592 SEASONS GREETINGS Modern Cleaners, Inc. DRV CLEANING and LAUNDRY Phone 25843 Delivery Service Main Office: 712 N. E. 2nd Ave. BRANCHES 7111 Biscayne Boulevard 223 N. W. Eighth Avenue racing will start promptly at 10 o"cloek and the last race will be over in plenty of time to permit the crowd to reach the Orange Bowl for the Mississippi State-Georgetown football classic at 2 o'clock. To date fields have been big and the sport high-grade and consistent, and Tropical Park looks forward to a continuation of the same thrills right through January 7. closing day of the first meeting. However, for the next few days the daily sport, together with the keen interest aroused in the Earl Dew-Walter Taylor fight for the 1940 jockey crown, will continue to keep fandom on its toes, whetting their appetites for the tastier dishes ahead. HAPPY CHANUKA To My Many Jewish Friends and Patrons H. C. Wilcox Garage Ph. 3-9166 2901 N, W. 2nd Ave SEASON'S GREETINGS Water Wells, Fire Wells. Drain Wells. Irrigation. Sprinkler Sys. terns, Pump Repairs. Commercial and Domestic Water Softeners DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1528 N. W. 7th Avenue J, 8. HURST, President Office Phone 3-2907 SEASONS GREETINGS T A M I A M I CYCLE CO 1561 S. W. Eighth St.. Miami 623 Washington Ave., Miami Beach SEASONS GREETINGS ROCCO MISSIO PACKING HOUSE Fruit Shipped to Vour Satisfaction WHOLESALE 2116 N. W. 13th Avenue PHONES 26993—3-2248 "The BEST FOrt LEAST" TOPS — AUTO PAINTING WRECK SPECIALISTS RUBIN S FENDER WORKS 1306 N. E. Bayshore Court Just off County Causeway SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends H. C. WHITE CITIES SERVICE STATION 2171 N. W. 12th Ave. Ph. 2-8785 SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Patrons and Friends WHITTENBURG AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES Artificial Leather. Seat Covers, Upholstering N. A. WHITTENBURG 1246 N. E. 1st Avenue PHONE 28024 SEASONS GREETINGS MIAMI TEXTILE WEAVING Emma Millette Shaw 803 Professional Bldg. PHONE 3-4183 The story of Hanuka does not appear in the Old Testament but is recounted in the post-Biblical Books of the Maccabees, all written in Greek by Palestinian, Alexandrian and Cyrcnese Jewish writers within half century after events portrayed in the Hanuka saga. The writers were followers of the Maccabeans. SEASONS GREETINGS MAGIC CITY CABINET SHOP Makers of Art Furniture of Any Period Upholstering. Fine Repairing and RefinUhing 2921 N. W. 27th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA J. SCHNEIDER :-: Phone 3-4075 Season's Greetings From JOE fS EDDIE RUBIN HARRISON HOTEL 411 Washington ave. Ph. 59258 SEA BREEZE HOTEL 205 Collins Ave. Ph.59444 SEASONS GREETINGS JOSEPH H. NAUSS Member City, State, National Re.al Estate Boards 7 Renuart Arcade Phone 4.1955 CORAL GABLES SEASON'S GREETINGS NORGE CARPENTER SERVICE CO. 623 W. FLAGLER STREET Phone 3-6164 Nights 2-1011 Sincere Wishes to All Our Jewish Friends for a HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. Inc. 243 S. W. 6th Street JOSEPH C FITZGERALD PHONE 2.645 SEASON'S GREETINGS M. B. NEWMAN COMPANY. INC. Real Estate— Property Management 1025 du Pont Building MIAMI. FLORIDA M. B NEWMAN, Pre*. Greetings for a HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI WRECKING CO. 132 N. W. 20th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Jewish Patrons and Friends ROYAL FULTON BAKERIES. INC. 6th Are. and N. W. 7th St. PHONE 2-3330 OSCEOL A MARKET GEORGE JACOB, Prop. Quality Western Meats and Fancy Groceries WE DELIVER 2293 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-1727 SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends A. L POSTON General Interior and Exterior Painting Decorating 3103 N. W. 10 Ave. Ph. 2-8203 GREETINGS ODOM & ROBERTSON PLUMBING COMPANY 1369 N. Bayshore Drive PHONE 2-6164 MIAMI



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CHANUKA EDITION ff Jewish Florid'Ian 1% VOLUME 13—No. 52 H WORKERS ENLIST I DRIVE MS: MIAMI, rLURIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 97 lo.n PRICE 10 CENTS With the opening of the 1941 drive of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation nearing, campaign workers are enlisting daily, with more than five hundred already enrolled The workers have pledged their active partcipation during the drive in the herculean task of contacting the thousands of prospective contributors whose names are on file in the Federation office. Division heads have been meeting constantly during the past few weeks and together with the officers of Federation are nearing the finish of the preliminary work prior to the campaign. Pre-campaign division rallies have met with success with a capacity attendance present at the Y M. H A. last Thursday night, when all men workers were present to learn campaign plans and progress. The Junior division with Stanton Halpert. as chairman, is completing organization, and has announced plans for an entertainment and rally to be held January 6th. The Women's division neld a rally at the home of Mr. Leo Robinson last Friday afternoon, They were addressed by Harry Greenstein of Baltimore. Md. Plans for a huge mass meeting nd rally January 5th, the eve of the campaign, have been announced, when an outstanding world leader. Dr. Solomon Goldman of Chicago, enjoying the reputation of a brilliant orator, will fly here to address the gathering. Expressing satisfaction regardmg the progress of pre-campaign activities. Mr. Isaac Joffe, executive director of the Federation, emphatically pleaded and caused the Jewish community not to become over-confident by m demonstration of enthusiasm ^mg accorded Federation, and not to he lulled into a state of contentment and a let-down of activity. .' 0ur elf o"t must be redou%  *> he stated, "to insure vic|"yThe success or failure of m drive to raise $125,515. a sizwe amount, yet not more than r "ir share, depends upon the u 'ty and determination of the jPins and their teams during %  J W days of the drive. We Eu not eease an y effor P b e ti'l the goal is attained." 'earn captains for the men's diwon were announced by J. ArAbbctt. general chairman of CHANUKA "The Jewish calendar has many sorrowful Holy Dajs Chanuka—the Feast of Maccabees—is one of the few joyous red letter dayss. It collaborates a victory—not a military victory only: but a victory also of the spirit over things material. Not a victory only over external enemies—the Sadduc. cees. A victory of the many over the ease-loving, safetyPlaying. privileged, powerful few. who in their pliancy would have betrayed the best interests of the people, a victory of democracy over aristocracy. "As part of the eternal world-wide struggle for democracy, the struggle of the Maccabees is of eternal worldwide interest. It is the struggle of the Jews of today as well as those of two thousand years ago. It is a struggle in which all Americans, nonJews aa well as Jews, should be vitally interested because they are vitally affected." i —Former Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandcis. "CHANUKA AT HOME" KING PAYS TRIBUTE TO JEWISH AIR RAID WARDEN r. M. H. I. ANNUAL BULL THIS SUNDAY 'S EVENT London (WNS)—King George of England singled out for special praise Simon Epstein, a Jewish air raid warden, during his latest inspection trip to heavily-bombed areas in Bristol. men's division. Associate the jjjjnnen of this division for Mi*Dh*ij L *" Ackerman and J Z. M Lipton. Special gifts C cha >nnen are Rudy Ad and Jacob Sher. Team capP f r Miami are Norman Weitman, Harold Tannen, James Leonard, Milton Friedman. H. M Drewich. Ben Silver. Harry Magid. Leon Elkin. Sam Silver. Leon L i e b e r m a n, Jay R. Schwartz, Joseph M. Fine, Albert Quadow. Al Green. Sylvan Meyer. Joseph Berman. Associate chairmen for Miami Beach are Sol Goldstrom and Leo Eisenstein. Captains for Miami Beach are Dave Goldstein, Murry Grossman. Jack August, W. I Feuer, Charles Tobin. Jacob, Schcinman. L. Marcus, Sheppard Broad, Walter Kovner and Harold Turk. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, general chairman of the women's divisj ion, announced team captains for the division. Mrs. Monte Selig is chairman of Miami, with Mesdames Leo Ackerman and Leon j Lieberman as co-chairmen. Mrs. Moses Krieger is chairman of Miami Beach. Captains for Mi-1 ami are Mesdames Harry Olij phant, Meyer Schwartz, M. Ja%  cobs. H. Seithn. Harry Orlin. | Leo Hohauser. Ethel Grossman, Louis Pallot. Arthur Rabe. M. A Sager, Max Orovitz, Herman | Wepman, Elry Stone, Gordon Davis. H. Rubin, and Miss Thelma Goldstein. Captains for Miami Beach are Mesdames H. London, Samuel Haber, Wm. H. Bernstein, Sol Goldstrom. Maurice Jacobs. Harry Platoff. L. Wolk. Louis Baum. Jack Wucher. Milton Sirkin ivtLrft, n i §223 J s onc of the famous genre paintings of Mentz Daniel Oppenheim (1801-1882). reproduced here bv the courtesy of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America &?n T stud od D at the Munich Academy of We Arts and 825 Lnd T.hi a v d H R m t f H 8e led J." Frankfort-am-Main m J „ .K ath lc Y i t d s "'--h fame lor his portraits and Jewish -.rv t'f.le f,'Pr f^ nS J anCe ^ G r^ht received tht honorsi ry_ title of Professor from Grand Duke Kirl August of SaxeWeimar. This is a scene of a German family gathered to celebrate %  C hanuka. showing the traditional lighting of the candles, the games of cards, chess and trendel (tops) and the general atmosphere of comfort and homely pleasure associated with the holiday. NEW LAW BURS CAUTIONS HEIST JEWS FBI SOFIA HI JEWISH LAWS Bulgaria (WNS) — Bulgaria's j 50.000 Jews were relegated to the status of second class citizens and barred from residing in the nation's capital as pro-Nazi deputies pushed through parliament for final adoption Bulgaria's first anti-Jewish law. Passage of the anti-Jewish bill, preceded by stormy discussion in parliament, came as a blow to the Jewish population here since Bulgaria has been relatively free of anti-Semitism. All signs pointed to the bill's adoption, however, since Nazi Germany has been wielding increasing influence in Bulgarian official circles. The bill bars Jews from all government and municipal posts and stipulates that Jews cannot be elected to state institutions or to private societies with "idealistic" aims. Jews cannot enter the army, but must do compulsory labor. The attendance of Jewish children at public schools will be limited. Jews will not be permitted henceforth to marry Bulgarians or to employ Bulgarian servants. They cannot own or rent rural properties or own homes in summer resorts. Budapest (WNS) — Hungarian officials, whose interpretations of the country's anti-Jewish laws are even harsher than the official anti Jewish regulations were cautioned not to permit their zeal to carry them too far by Premier Paul Teleki. Speaking at a meeting of the Hungarian Life Party, the Premier chided government functionaries "who have already begun to carry out the third antiJewish law, the outlines of which are barely clear even to me." I Hungary's proposed third anti-.' Jewish law will be introduced in parliament within the next few months. The Premier's speech was attributed to the fact that Lazzlo Endre, anti-Semitic prefect of Pest county, had ordered all Christian business men in his %  district to display "Aryan" signs i in their windows. Endre claimed that this was necessary to differentiate between Christian and Jewish shopkeepers, although the present anti-Jewish law only calls for a census of business men on a religious basis. Last year Endre issued an order barring Jewish peddlers from the public markets. The funds derived, to be used for furthering the cultural, educational and sports program and other youth building activities. the Young Men's Hebrew Associaiton, have completed details for the Ninth Annual Ball and Entertainment given by the organization and its affiliates Sunday, December 29 at the Miami Civic Center, 31 N. W. 2nd St. General chairman of the event is Joseph R. Stein, with Maurice Grossman, executive director, Nat Blumberg, music chairman, assisting. Other members of the committee include Al Pallot. Herman Waitsman, Leo Robinson, Fred Shochet, Morris Wrooble. Jules Wilson, Max Mintzer. Abe Pepper, Leo EisenStein, Geo. Wolpert, William Shayne. Mannie Gates and his orchestra will furnish music for the affair and has been recognized as one of the outstanding musical groups in this area. Additional entertainment will be furnished by Chester Alexander. Herman Waitsman will take technicolor pictures of all attending. Ticket sales indicate a record breaking attendance. Reservations for tables may be made by calling the Young Men's Hebrew Association at 3-4012. FORMER IMMIGRATION QUOTAS EXTENDED Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The validity of more than 5.000 immigration permits granted by the government during the previous quota period (from April 1 through Oct. 31 of this year) and not yet used has been extended by the government in view of the circumstances that make prompt arrival of certified immigrants possible. Ordinarily such permits must be used within a specified period or else they are voided. Five thousand Jewish immigrants who hold permits under the previous quota of nine thousand are reported to be still en route, owing to transport difficulties. No quota has yet been announced for the present sixmonths' period, although the Jewish Agency Executive submitted a request for one to the Palestine government almost two months ago. JEWS IN BELGIUM ARE TAXED FOR NAZI RELIEF Lisbon (WNS)—The Nazi administration in occupied Belgium has ordered confiscated one per cent of all Jewish capital in Belgium banks for the Nazi winter relief fund in that country, it was reported here.



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. • PAGE SIXTEEN fJenisft Fir* Mfir raiDAY. DECEM:EH 27, ;-. n SOCIETY Robert Sylran Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Schwartz will be bar mitzvah Saturday morning at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Martin will address the audience. A reception will follow the services. • • • Sponsorship of the Miami Community Forum has been announced by the men's clubs of the Unitarian Church and Temple Israel with lectures to be given at Temple Israel auditorium. Starting Wednesday. January 8, the speaker will be John C. Metcalfe, America's ace newspaper reporter, whose topic will be "I Cover the Fifth Column." Additional speakers will include Rabbi Edward L. Israel, president of Synagogue Council of America; Max Brauer, self-exiled mayor of Altona, Germany; John Williams Hughes, British commentator, and Jack Fahy, South American correspondent. A question period will follow each lecture. Tickets may be obtained by calling the office of Temple Israel. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levitan. Miss Esther Levitan and Mr. and Mrs. Al Merleman of New York City are visiting Mrs. Levitan's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman. Mrs. Levitan is the Bursar of the Yeshiva College in New York City. NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN This week all the Rabbis are telling us of Mattithias and Judas Maccabee, but we as women also recall that we were told stories of Hannah, the wife and mother of this wonderful family. She certainly had an important work to do and, we as Jewish women try to carry on this heritage, and at this season of the year wish to extend Chanuka greetings to all our members and their families and to those friends we hope will soon be members. various organizations in the city. A beautifully engraved resolution on parchment was presented to the retiring president, Mr. Mintzer, in addition to a gift as a testimonial to his efforts and achievements during his tenure of office. • • • The Southern Young Judaea Region will hold its annual cultural conclave this year in Columbus, Ga. Harold Geo. Shapiro, president of the Greater Miami Young Judaea Council, will attend this conclave and represent Miami Young Judaea. GREETINGS DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD 221 5. W. 22nd ATWUI PHONE 2-5839 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA BON TON CLEANERS R. L. DAUGHERTY Main Of ice and Plant 637 N. W. FIFTH AVENUE SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Many Jewish Friends and Patrons BLUE BOWL CAKE & PASTRY SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Kuppinger, Props. 1411 s W. 17th Awe. Ph. 2.1819 SEASONS GREETINGS MARION BUTLER. jR. 1*1*) Alton Road PHONE I-8409 SEASON'S GREETINGS ZurweUe-Whittoker. Inc. Structural Engineers and Surveyors Bayshore Bldg Ph. 5-2312 927 W. 41st STREET SEASON'S GREETINGS WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE 1665 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY WASSERMAN AND FAMILY SEASON'S GREETINGS UMBRELLA GARAGE Complete Body. Fender and Moler Repair Service 1SM — 20th ST Ph. 8-7707 MIAMI BEACH The Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association held their installation banquet at the Astor Hotel Sunday evening. Mr. H. M. Drewich was chairman of the affair assisted by E. Albert Pallot, who was toastmaster for the evening. Officers installed included A. Pepper, president; H. M. Drewich, vice president: Sidney Palmer, secretary; I. L. Mintzer, treasurer. A report of the organization's activities was rendered by the officers. Brief messages were heard from heads of ALARM SYSTEM FOILS ROBBING BY BURGLARS Due to the efficiency of the burglar alarm system installed in their places of business, the looting of four Miami concerns was prevented this week. At the Original Rubin's Loan Company, 145 N. Miami Avenue, after breaking a show window the alarm was set off frightening away the bandits. The Davis Loan Company, 201 N. Miami Ave., was visited via the skylight route. Again the alarm was on the job. May's Jewelry Company, Seybold Bldg. suffered a broken show window. The discouraged burglar made a quick getaway when the gong set up its warning signal. Moving up to the O. K. Reliable Grocery. 943 N. W. 7th Ave., I the gang attempted a break through the rear door and again j the clamor of the alarm was too much for them. Mr C. G. Hodges of the Miami Burglar Alarm Company, 1969 S. W. 10th St., who installed the alarms in these places, stated, "So detailed is the installation of the system that it is practically impossible to break into any store or building without setting off the alarm. • •" The quaint origin of latkes as the most popular Hanuka delicacy is supposed to be the pan! cakes hastily prepared by the Jewish women for the soldiers of Maccabeus when they halted for rest while pursuing the troops of the Syrians. So strengthened were the Maccabean warriors by those pancakes that Judas Maccabeus is supposed to have decreed that Jews should eat Latkes on Hanuka SEASONS GREETINGS MAGILL'S SERVICE STATION 4500 N. W. 7th AT. Ph. 7-92K SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI WELDING WORKS & SUPPLY CO. 17*5 N. Miami Ave. Phons 2-4403 Welding Supplies, Welding Equipment, Repairs SEASON'S GREETINGS NORTH MIAMI FEED & FERTILIZER CO. 12Sth Street and Joseph Jordan ne Highway Phone 7-3911 SEASONS GREETINGS RAYS. MILLER Tax Assessor MIAMI BEACH SEASONS GREETINGS 14 K SHOP Diamonds Antique Jewelry MRS. T. D. DUNN S10 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-6237 Best Wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA LIFE BAR & PACKAGE STORE 463 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS THOMAS R. WEST A HAPPY CHANUKA To Ail Our Jewish Friends JAMES F. SCOTT Liberty Square SEASON'S GREETINGS LEE PHARMACY 801 Washington Avenue PHONE 5.3577 SEASONS GREETINGS SEASONS GREETINGS To My Friends JOHN C. MILLER Limited Common Carrier Fort Everglades to Key West 2234 S. W. 36th Avenue PHONE 4-53*0 MR. and MRS. RICHARD KIEHNEL EXTEND BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA Many Seasons Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrotw HENRY A.POHL. Inc. Florida Distributors for GRAY MARINE MOTORS DIESEL AMD GAS REGISTERED YACHT BROKERS 410 M. E. 12th St. Ph. 2-1577 FRANK KEIDEL Wishing All of Our Jewish Friends A HAPPY CHANUKA ALDRnT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO. AND SUBSIDIARY HURRICANE FAN CO. 237 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 28147 SEASON'S GREETINGS FLORIDA PAPER BOX COINC. PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS HYMAN LESSIN Complete line of Handkerchief, Lingerie, Tie and Gift Boxes 248 N. W. 29th St. Phone 3.2908 SINCERE-WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA ELECTROLUX INC. Postal Building Chanuka Season's Greetings W. F. SNYDER General Contractor 463 41st St Phone 5-1616 Miami Beach MY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA JACK H. PERO SEASONS GREETINGS E GEORGE BERNARD Postal Bldg. Miami. Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS THE WEISS FAMILY SEASONS GREETINGS I. H. GRIBBLE Tax Assessor and Collector City Hall North Miami BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA DR. WALTER K. FOLEY OSTEOPATH 1110 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-4057 SEASONS GREETINGS To My Many Jewish Friends and Patrons DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE CHIROPRACTOR ORTHO-ANATOMIST 217 Shoreland Arcade Bldg. Miami Phone 2-7106 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA JOHN C. FRAZURE REALTOR •S3 Lincoln Read Pheae 5-1030 SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 20th Street MIAMI BEACH I %  i I BEST WISHES TROUP BROS. PAVING CONTRACTORS Driveways, Paring. Grading, Excavating Cleaning. Scarifying 4151 S. Dixie Highway Phones: 4-8022—4.8874 ISM Ml ..!* %  ** -i/tfa, .. %  il jr i SEASONS GREETINGS from SHERIFF D. C. COLEMAN



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PAGE FOUR fJewist ncridian FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1940 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Eaeared as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Ottce of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONI YEAR J J.0O MX MON THS 100 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 52 DANGER TO PALESTINE The successful drive of the British forces in the Western desert, which resulted if! the retreat of the Italians into Libya, will bring relaxation not only to Egypt, from which the Italian army has been driven out, but to Palestine as well. The further the battle front from the Suez Canal, the more secure the position of Palestine becomes in the present war. Pursuit of the retreating Italians and the shelling of the Libyan ports by the British navy spell greater security for Palestine also along the Mediterranean coast. Secure on the sea front, and no longer endangered on the Egyptian front, Palestine also has no reason to fear possible attack from the Syrian border. The German-Italian military commission, sitting in Syria ever since the fall of France, can do little there now, as long as the Italian forces in the Near East are defeated. In the light of the new developments it is only natural to expect increased Jewish activities in Palestine, both along economic and agricultural lines. With imminent danger for Palestine now over, new impetus will be given for private economic enterprise in Palestine as well as to intensification of the program of land purchase by the national Jewish bodies there for the purpose of absorbing refugees. Increased Jewish activities in Palestine call, naturally, for increased public funds. This call has now reached the United States. It will be one of the major topics at the forthcoming convention of the Zionist Organization of America, scheduled to be held in January in Washington. ______ WAR ECHOES Mussolini, they say. is covering up any possible retreat by banking very considerable sums in a certain neutral country that's expected to stay neutral. Wisecrack reported from Franco: A telephone rings, and the lady of the house rushes to answer it "Is this Madame Blum?" asks a voice "No," replies the lady to the wrong-number-caller, "I have troubles enough without that" ... In Paris the Germans no longer mark Jewish shops as such, but content themselves with special signs for Aryan shops .The reason being that whenever the designation "Jewish shop" appeared on a store the entire neighborhood would flock to the place to give it the best business in a month of Sundays Just the subtle French way of saying that Paris doesn't care for Hitler Did you know that Knut Hamsun, the Norwegian author, and Gerhardt Hauptmann. German dramatist and novelist, are the only literary Nobel prize winners who are pro-Nazi? YOU SHOULD KNOW New York, our statistical department reports, now has eight Nazi movie houses It's not that business is so rushing in these film emporia—but the Nazi propaganda department considers these houses most important for its dirty work in these United States .. So Gabby Goebbels presumably has arranged for financial aid to these theatres and similar establishments in other cities And if you're wondering how Goebbels gets money to this country, just consider that it's practically impossble to send anything to Germany from the U. S. these days, yet that doesn't deter the local Nazis from asking their sympathizers for funds wherewith to send food packages to Hitlerland The idea being that if they can't send things to Germany with that money they can use it here to build up their Fifth Column Broadway pretties, by the way. have a new name for their skunk fur wraps—"Hitler ermine" Charlie Chaplin may go to South America soon, and if he does it will be on an anti-Nazi propaganda tour Strange interlude at a Broadway theatre during a preview of Irwin Shaw's new play, "Retreat to Pleasure," when some audience members STRICTLY Tidbit* from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON started objecting vociferously to lines they considered anti-Semitic. It was all a misunderstanding, Mr. Shaw being one of ours —but. anyway, the lines in question have been removed from the play. THIS AND THAT The Jewish Welfare Board stole a march on the Y. M. C. A. at Anniston. Ala., by having its recreation center for the troops in training at nearby Fort McClellan ready before the Y opened its center there Y authorities, however, don't mind— they say that historically speaking the Jews came before the I Christians, anyway ... At the opening of the JWB center, incidentally. Col. James Andrews, commander of the 105th Field Artillery of the 27th Division of New York, which is stationed at Fort McClellan, amazed the audience by making a speech in fluent Yiddish and leading the New Yorkers in song Col. Andrews, you should know, is of 100 per cent Scotch descent. INFORMATION PLAYS We always thought that the original August Belmont's name had been Schoenberg, and that he had translated that moniker into its French equivalent when he became a financial power m America in the middle of the last century But now we learn that he came of a famous Portuguese and Dutch Marrano family which traces its origin back and Don Iago y Sampayo, to whom the city of Belmonte was given in fief in 1519 by King Manuel of Portugal, and who at the same time was given the family name of Belmonte The Dutch branch of the family did, however, later assume the name of de Schonenberg, and most of its members returned to the Jewish faith All these years, too. we thought that the Biblical "eye for eye, tooth for tooth." and so on, was what the Hebrew Bible really says But now we discover that the exact translation of that passage would read "an exact compensation, neither more nor less" Which, you'll admit would take a lot of wind out of the sails of those who censure the Old Testament on the grounds of cruelty Then there's the matter of the Jewish name Bloch, which is popularly supposed to be an abbreviation of the Hebrew words Ben Levi Hachman. meaning "son of the Hacham Levi." LIGHT JOF HOPE The lights of hope burning in the seven-branched Menorah— since the victory of the Maccabbees a symbol of Jewish hope for the triumph of right over might —will, during the observance of Chanuka this year which began last Tuesday evening, December 24th. alas, be blacked out in Nazi-dominated lands. They will, however, shine as ever in the Jewish communities in the free part of the world and in Eretz Israel, an outpost of democracy in the present struggle, where the Jewish National Home conJEWISH WELFARE BOARD SERVES MEN WHO SERVE Those scenes show the far-flung Army and Navy welfare program of the Jewish Welfare Board, in which the 320 Y.M. and Y.W.H.A.V and Jewish Center* throughout the country are participating. (Above) Rabbi Solomon Jacob* son, Jewish Welfare Board representative, conducting a field service for Jewish men at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin. (Right) Jewish men from the Great Lakes Naval Training Station are guests of the Temple Am Echod Social Club in VVukegan, Wisconsin. (Above) Chaplain Bernard Siegel shown with Major A. Woldike at Fort Dix, New Jersey, where nearly 1,000 Jewish soldiers are in training. tinues to be built in war as in peace. Above is a Chanuka scene in the agricultural settlements on Jewish National Fund land in Palentine where the ancient Menorah is. during the Chanuka week, placed on top of the water tower in each settlement and lighted with the appropriate traditional ceremony in which the heroic spirit of the ancient Maccabbees is the central theme. (Above) Religious services for the Jewish cadets at West Po'"" conducted by Babbi Benjamin A. Tintner, Jewish Welfare Board representative, who is a lieutenant colonel in the CbspUw* The Y. M. H. A. of Greater Miami is an Affiliate of the Jawish Welfare Board


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PAGE SIX vJtnJsti fhrkUam MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1646 8. W. Third Str..t ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi Rabbi'* RMKanci: 1*23 S. W. 14th Terrafce Phone 8-6192 Schedule of Service* Daily services: 8 a. m. and 9:45 p. m. Friday evening services: 5:3* p. m. Shabbea: 9:00 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m. Shahish Sudes: 5:15 p. nv FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES This Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock the annual Friday evening Religious Forums will commence and a most cordial invitation is extended to all. Rabbi Kellner will speak on "Bringing Chanuka Up to Date," and will have as his guests on the program university students Fred. Shoenburg and Oscar Rappaport of the University of Florida, as well as Aly Haber of the University of Miami, who will participate in the program. SHABBOSCHANUKA During the Shabbos Chanuka services Rabbi Kellner will preach in English during the morning devotions and in Yiddish in the afternoon before Mincha. Robert Schwartz of 1780 S. W. 14th Terrace will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah during the Mussoph services. REFUO SHLEMO We regret to report that our dear brother Mr. P. Sokoloff is ill in Jackson Memorial Hospital and we pray for his speedy and complete recovery. NICHUM OVELIM We record with lamentful grief the unexpected and shocking death of our dear departed brother Yisrobel Ben Reb Yanoh Olov Hasholom. His sainted memory will ever be an inspiration to us and we pray that the Almighty may console his dear ones amidst the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. CONGRATULATIONS We are happy to extend happy birthday greetings to Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and wish him many happy returns. MAZEL TOY We are very pleased to greet Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear on their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. May the Lord grant them many more happy years together. HABONOTH HAPPENINGS The Buds are celebrating Chanuka with a part to be held the second day of Chanuka, Thursday at the home of their sponsor, Mrs. Abraham Kellner. at 2:30 p. m. A very interesting program has been prepared by Toby Jacobskind. Refreshments will be served by the committee headed by Paul Anita Ginsburg, president of the group. SEASON'S OREETINQS ART-CEMENT MANUFACTURING CO. Manufacturers of WATERPROOF PAINTS 3180 S. W. 16th St. Miami, Fla. SEASONS GREETINGS BELL WINDOW CLEANERS Eatablished 1924 160 N. E. 3rd St. Phone 2-3613 The 25th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev, on which wo celebrate the first day of Hanuka. was sacred to the pagan Greeks before it became a Jewish festival. Antiochus Epihanes, the Greek ruler who is the villain of the Hanuka story, offered a burnt offering in the Jerusalem on that day three years before the Maccabeans instituted Hanuka. GREETINGS MAULE INDUSTRIES BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Main Office, 1760 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA CONCRETE PLACING CO. "ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE" 2226 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3 4920 GREETINGS CARL GRAEFE'S DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 10936 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-9248 BREAKFAST — LUNCHES — DINNERS SERVED AT POPULAR PRICES CHANUKA GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS BEACH LIGHTING FIXTURE CO. 1265 Dade Blvd. Phono 5-61*1 MIAMI BEACH We Extend the SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Patrons and Friends BLACKSTONE HOTEL ALFRED STONE, Mgr. MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS CHAR-MOLE Gown Shoppe Dresset—Beach Wear—Coats 1150 Lincoln Road Phone 56201 SEASON'S GREETINGS Acacia Flower Shop J. Marahall Veats. Prop. 1547 S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-9400 SEASONS GREETINGS Eatwell Restaurant Mark Weinbeck. Mgr 909 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-8891 MVS(\ ISLE JndUm'ViUatti SOUVENIRS-GIFTS N. \V. ttih Air. ai Kih (. Orire nut H". Fluster t. N. '. r?lb Art., Ihro Nerlb I* lih Kt. 0pm 9 M. to • M. ONE Df FLORIDA'S Jtit&mhna QfilntTt(ih\ TEMPLE ISRAEL CARS FOR RENT Day. Week. Month. Season All Makes Sedans, Coupes Convertibles Lowest Rates in Town Come In And Talk It Over with Mudd 1625 N. E. 2nd Ave. 3-5812 — Phone — 4-3059 Open Evening Til 10 GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Beard For Daily Deliveries Call 7 2952 Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy 8900 N. W. 27th Avenue Visitors Welcome 1S7 N. E. Itth Mr eat Office Phon* 2-7748 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D 699* Indian Creak Drive— .1266 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 630 N. E. 31.1 St. —2.B54S Miami Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—HilleL A Chanuka Sabbath service this Friday evening at 8:15 p. m. with a sermon, "Maccabean Victory in Our Day." by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will compose the service at Temple Israel. The special Chanuka service, and a reception following will honor and welcome new members of Temple Israel. Saturday morning at 11 o'clock there will oe Congregational singing, Torah reading, and interpretation of Biblical portion. A sermon. "In Those Days, at This Time." will be preached by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. CHANUKA CELEBRATION This Sunday morning at 10:30 the Religious school of our Temple will hold its annual Chanuka celebration. A Chanuka play in which members of the Religious School and the Hebrew classes will participate, written by Rabbi Zwitman, will be presented along with the ceremonial lightings of the Chanuka Menorah. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940 All the children attending the Religious School will receive beautiful gifts. The committee arranging the celebration consists of Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs Harry Nevins, Mrs. Gordon Davis and Mrs. Morris Rubin. Parents of children in the Religious School are most cordially invited to attend. BOARD TO MEET A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Temple Israel Men's Club will be held on Monday. December 30th, at 8 p. m. in the Board room. Several important matters are announced on the agenda of the meeting, and the Board members are urged to attend. IN MEMORIAM "May the Father of Peace send Peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Florence J Kirstein, wife of Mr. Sam'l M Kirstein. Yahrzeits: Hihe Seidenborg. mother of Mr. J. Michel Seidenbarg; Edward Morton, brother of Mrs. Alex Miller; Norman D. Scheffreen, brother of Mrs M. L. Marcus; Joseph Mirsky. father of Mr. Norman J. Mirsky. Mrs. Gordon Davis and Mrs. Louis Davis; Bernard Finkelstein. father of Mrs. Maurice Weintraub; Leopold Ackermaa. father of Mr. Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter: Snima Stein, mother of Mrs I Kaufman. The kindling of Hanuka lights was prohibited in the third century of the Christian era in Persia because the fire-worshipping Magians, to whom fire wu cred. were in power. It is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Good Wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA THE CITY ICE UNO FUEL CO. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Beet • It Costs No More I OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicioua Cornad Beer Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meata 37th and Nornjal Ave. Chicago %  11 1 i~ TolLho.... Pol o,l e IN OTHII STATIS Neilelh, Vo Ail.mo. Go Chrlitioetkvra. V. 'Clben'i VO.OH> Ian' ladianop.l.l. lea. P.each Ink. In.. Wo.*..*,.,„ oc Choii.no.ao. Tene. -Waer.IIW-i.rt,.,,,,,,;, as* 2-2 Aiken %  Go AvfjuMo, Go • air.k.'dff G S-jv^rinoh G Dewj li Go We< r.l G • ar* *--ISO I *ATH AfM HOTELS GIVE MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 7 Cf THEM ALL NAMED "0M.BE-T" >> )



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FTUPAY. DECEMBER 27, 1940 Jen1st) tier Mian t i PAGE FIFTEEN %  %  % %  Tallahassee, Florida Seated upon her hills, Tallahassee retains the old Southern charm, both in appearance and in her people. The government buildings and state museum, located here, will interest the visitor. Here are located the Florida State College for Women and the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College for negroes. Tallahassee has been the capital of the territory and state since 1823. The tomb of Prince Murat, son of the King of Naples and nephew of Napoleon the Great, and that of wife, a Virginia girl are here. SEASONS GREETINGS I. A. BICKLEY PLUMBING AND HEATING 114 8th Avenue Phone 1188 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA (.::.. AIDED MONTHLY 6r RELIEF 44 000 DUNAMS PURCHASED BY JEWISH NATIONAL FUND '; .A TOTAL JEWISH POPULATION OF 500,000 A Mcmficant portion of Jewish Palestine* growth in 19JM0 wi$ nude possible by American Jewish support of the United Palestine Appeal. Realizing the necessity for maintaining and expanding these services under pressure of war, tSf Jtib Agency and the Jewish National Fund have adopted, for 1940-41. • combined budget of $13,640,000. Ft. Meyers, Florida Sincere Holiday Greeting! WE A T H E R L Y ELECTRIC CO. 2225 Hendry Street Phone 678 FT. MYERS. FLA. Fort Myers. Florida, in Collier County, on the west coast of Florida is noted throughout the world for its many avenues of palms and its fine homes. Located on the Caloosahatchee River, Fort Myers and its surrounding waters boasts of the finest tarpon fishing in the world. Its beaches are among the finest, and boasts quite a sizeable summer and winter colony. Here is located Thomas A. Edison's former home, a place of beauty to all visitors. Fine hotels make this fairyland spot well worth a visit to those interested in the beautiful. Sincere Holiday Greetings FORT MYERS AUTO PAINT SHOP COMPLETE AUTO PAINTING 1125 Anderson Avenue PHONE 14 FT. MYERS. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings WELDRITE WELDING & MACHINE SHOP Union and Hendry Streets PHONE 303 FT. MYERS. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings ANDY'S SERVICE STATION COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE PURE OIL PRODUCTS 1438 Cleveland Ave. Phone 112 FT. MYERS, FLA. I Sincere Holiday Greetings SPOONER & ENGELHARDT FUNERAL HOME 1521 McGregor Boulevard PHONE 212 FT. MYEHS. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings SATCHELL'S LAUNDRY Cleveland Avenue PHONE 143 FT. MYERS, FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings MOODY BROS. PLUMBING CO. WE FEATURE GREENS FUEL for COOKING HEATING REFRIGERATION 925 Cleveland Ave. Phone 421 TAMIAMI TRAIL FT. MYERS. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS LAWRENCE A. POWELL, INC. FUNERAL HOME %  15 First Street FT. MYERS. FLA. Phone 4,95 Sincere Holiday Greetings ED ANDERSON PAINT SHOP 211 Thompson Street PHONE 7 FT. MYERS. FLA. Holiday Greetings TWENTY-FOUR HOUR SERVICE STATION Sinclair Products 525 W. Gaines Tallahassee. Florida BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON SHERRILL OIL COMPANY T. R. WILLIAMS, Agent R R. Ave and Madison Phone 1020 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. BURFORD A. SPENCER 825 R. R. Ave. Phone 1849 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS L. O. WHITLEY USED AUTO PARTS 424 W. Madison Street PHONE 1223 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS JEAN THOMPSON FLORIST 777 Miccosukie Road TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS Capital Pharmacy. Inc. PASCHAL W. SAPP 615 N Monroe Ph. 95 and 905 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS FIVE POINTS Service Station TEXACO PRODUCTS Los Robles Gate Phone 913 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS MESSER AUTO & SUPPLY CO. 524 W. GAINES PHONE 369 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS ARMORY SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Monroe at 7th Ave. Phone 1530 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS CAPITAL CITY ICE & COAL CO. CHAS C. MAYHEW S. Adams St Phone 348 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS STEWART'S Shoe Rebuildina 100 East Jefferson PHONE 139 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA TAYLOR'S PLACE 110 S Monroe St. P 0. Boa 107*. Tallahassee. Fla. SOUTHS FINEST BILLIARD PARLOR SPEARMAN ON TAP All Brands Bottle Beer Cigars. Cigarettes and Magazines All Baseball Results Daily J. F. TAYLOR. Prop. PHONE 1782 SEASON'S GREETINGS McRae Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS D. Q. McRAE. Manager 211 E. Park Ave Phone 722 R TALLAHASSEE. FLORIOA SEASON'S GREETINGS ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY HAVANA. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS CAPITAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. JOE WILSON 122 E Pensaeola Street Phone 1344 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIOA



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rp.:D/-Y. DECEi-irm n, 1943 AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS By MM. S. H. Lutsky The annual garden party of the American Jewish Congress was held at the home of Mrs. Moses Krieger Monday afternoon. A very interesting program was presented which included a review of the book, "Great Hatred," by Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, accordion selections by Mr. Rudy Baum, a talk by Mrs. J. Jacobs on Congress work, and was concluded with singing of Palestinian hymns by Rev. Maurice Mamches. January 21 the Congress will hold a luncheon at Ruby Foo's at 1 p. m. Mrs. Irene Lefkoe is chairman and reservations may be made by calling at 5-3518 An important part of the program of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress is the giving of maximum aid to the heroic citizens of Great Britain who are so gallantly defending the last bulwark of democracy in Europe. The Women's Division has thus far contributed three ambulances through the American Red Cross, two mobile kitchens, equipped to feed 300 people at one time, and on November 9th sent to England the first shipment of warm clothing for men, women and children. This is only the beginning of a plan to send needed hospital beds, medical and surgical supplies and binoculars for home defense. +J6Wisli Tk.ridlLj.il PAGE NINE SEASON'S GREETINGS BEAUTY CULTURE BY TRAINED EXPERTS CLAIRE BEAUTY SALON 22 N Miami Ave. Ph. 2.5031 SEASON'S GREETINGS To All My Jewish Friends E. D. KELLY SERVICE STATION 3333 N W. 17th Ave. Ph. 2.W3S 11KST WISHES Kor A HAI'l'Y CHANUKA MIAMI CONSERVATORY i N. liHyshore prive Ph. BU ORBDTINOC COURT HOUSE BILLIARD ROOM The, Best and Bl*-*eet u. the. South 1I1U.1AIU) ROOM BUPPUBS MORRIS BAIN. Presid.nt PHONK 27452 3.-41 N. w. Miami Court SEASON'S (1RBKTINCS T> All Our Jewish Patron* McAllister Florists *>>' It With Flower*. Hut Say It With Oura" J29 S. w. lBi street Phone 23773 Season's Greetings CLARK & LEWIS CO. Hotel Restaurant and Institutional Grocers Exclusively 34 R. E. 11th St. Phone 33108 FREEDOM'S BIRTH (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK, Antiochus, King of Yavan and conqueror of many lands, called Bagras. his second in command, and determined to march on Jerusalem in order to abolish the covenant that had been made with the Jews to observe Sabbath, New Moon and circumcision. Nikanor was place A at the head of the army. The slaughter was fierce. An idol was placed in the sanctuary, and its halls were contaminated by the blood of a swine. The son of Mattathias, Johanan, was sorely grieved at the events, and decided to take matters into his own hands. He concealed a sword beneath his cloak, and appeared at the Temple gate, where he asked that his presence be announced to Nikanor. The latter agreed to see him. "Then Johanan was brought befort Nikanor. Nikanor answered and said: Thou art one of the rebels who revolt against the SEASONS GREETINGS A. H. BRANNON GREETINGS THORNTON'S SANDWICHES 10S6 S. W. First Street PHONE 3-4051 SEASONS GREETINGS SEMLNOLE BOND & MORTGAGE CO. 227 Seybold Bldg. PHONE 3-2618 SEASONS GREETINGS From ARNOLD SOUTHWELL and SCHUYLER SOUTHWELL COMPLIMENTS SHELL OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED 2090 Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI, FLORIDA JOSEPH M. CHEETHAM Wish** His Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY CHANUKA king, and do not desire the peace of his gingdom. Johanan answered and said: I have now come before thee to do what thou wishest. Nikanor answered and said: If thou desire to fulfill my wishes, take a swine, sacrifice it to the idol and take its blood into the hall of the sanctuary, and I will array thee in the royal apparel, and I will cause thee to ride on the king's horse, and thou shalt be as one of the king's beloved. When he had heard that word, Johanan replied and said: My lord, I am afraid lest the children of Israel might hear that I have done so, and they would kill me with stones. Let therefore all that stand, before thee go out, so that they should not make it known to the children of Israel. Then Nikanor let every man go out who stood before him. "At that time Johanan, son of Mattathias. lifted his eyes to heaven and offered his prayer to the Master of the Universe, and said, "My God, and the God of my forefathers, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and he said, 'Do not deliver me into the hands of FAMOUS. throughout South Florida For skilled Workmanship! TAMIAMI MOTOR REPAIRING CO. Joe Mero, President 1277 S. W. (th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS Cross Display Service 1321 S.W. 40th Ar. Ph. 4-2914 SEASONS GREETINGS CHRISTINE'S BEAUTY SHOP A Complete Beauty Service 741 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-3771 SEASON'S GREETINGS Schaaf Preserving Co., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 We Extend the Greetings of the Season To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SNIDER ANTIQUE & GIFT SHOP 1029 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-4216 Mrs. H. B. Snidsr, Prop GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AMERICAN FUEL OIL CO. C. G. MITCHELL 5120 N. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 7-1294 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA • GEORGE L. GRILEY i %  %  %  %  ; .*vJ— this uncircumcised, lest he would kill me and go and offer praises in the temple of Dagon, his false god, and he will say: My idol has delievered him into my land.' At that time he walked up to him three steps and thrust his sword into his heart, and cast his corpse into the hall of the sanctuary." When Antiochus heard of Nikanor's death, he sent Bagras at the head of a new army to recapture Jerusalem. Bagras was successful, and as additional punishment imposed even more rigorus degrees. "Thereupon the five sons of Mattathias, Johanan and his four brothers, went out and arrayed battle with the heathen. They made a great slaughter among them; and those that remained escaped to the sea-provinces, for they trusted in the God of heavens. Then Bagras the SEASONS GREETINGS SHIER'S SHOE SHOP Joe Kadar EXPERT SHOE MAKER 1174 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 33545 SEASON'S GREETINGS FRED BUCHER REALTY CO. 3925 N.E. 2nd Are. Ph. 3-3838 SEASON'S GREETINGS ALLAPATTAH SERVICE STATION "Come In and See Me Sometime" H O. SHEKELS, Prop. Ph. 2-9512 195S N.W. 17th Ave. SEASON'S GREETINGS LON WORTH CROW Security Bldg. Ph. 3-4757 SEASON'S GREETINGS JOHN S. BABER Constable. Miami Beach 6190 Pine Tree Drive Phone 6-1911 SEASON'S GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Patrons and Friends BONACKER & LEIGH, INC. 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-3155 CHANUKA GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street PHONE 5-6669 MIAMI BEACH COMPLIMENTS OF rtiiii'il H FTVE&TEN CENT STORE wicked mounted a vessel and escaped to King Antiochus, and with him those who had escaped the sword." Bagras, fearing the five sons of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 10) SEASON'S GREETINGS E. E. BRETT REAL ESTATE 7335 Collins Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 6-1525 SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons CLAY HOTEL Muravchick Bros. Management 1438 Washington Aveuue MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Patrons and Friends DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. 7th Av*. Ph. 2-9701 SEASON'S GREETINGS CORAL WAY ORNAMENTAL IRON SHOP B. F. FENNER, Prop. 3*68 Coral Way Phone 4-9125 SEASON'S GREETINGS T. E. BRAUN Pianos and Organs Bought. Tuned. Repaired. Rebuilt and Sold 2380 N. W. 7th St. Phone 4-5965 SEASON'S GREETINGS Washing, Polishing, Greasing American Oil Co. Products GAS AT A SAVING 24 HOUR SERVICE CO WGILL SERVICE STATIONS 2522 N.E. 2nd Ave Phone 2-8602 1377 S.W. 8th St Phone 29649 ALCAZAR Service Station and Storage 502 N E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-9812 A. H. COWGILL SEASON'S GREETINGS CARL COCHEMS MUSICAL INSTRUCTION VOICE BUILDING Studio in The White Temple Phone 2-4381 Residence. 433 Espanola Drive. Coconut Grove. Phone 4-4978 SEASONS GREETINGS To All My Jewish Friends N. P. "NEIGHBOR" LOWRY County Commissioner SEASON'S GREETINGS To All My Jewish Friends MIAMI BRIDGE CLUB MARGARET SCULLIN 259 N. E. 4th St. Ph. 2-1050 Best Wishes For A Happy Chanuka ROLAND W. GRANAT AND SAMUEL RUBIN



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PAGE TWO fJenisiJ tierid/an FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 19 40 Teddy Plant, who entered his second year at Harvard, is home for the holidays, visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Plant. He will be in Miami about ten days. • • • Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity will mark the 30th year of its growth at the annual convention of the national group to be held at Hollywood Beach Hotel. Dec. 25-28. The four-day convention is being held in Florida for the first time. Highlights of the program for delegates include a dance at the Tau Xi House at the University of Miami, election of officers, a series of round-table discussions at convention sessions, a golf tournament at Hollywood Country Club and a banquet. Louis Heiman. of Miami, is general chairman of the convention. Members of the Florida Undergraduates Committee are Arthur Kahn. chairman, Tau Alpha; Herbert Horowitz, Tau Xi; Jack Kronenfeld, Tau Alpha; Jack Mintzer, Tau Xi; and Jerome Weinkle, Tau Alpha. William Homa and Harry Kaplan, Tau Alpha, are co-chairmen of the Florida Alumni Committee, which includes Irving Gibbs, Joseph Field, Burton Kahn' and Dr. Leo Kupper. all of Tau Alpha. CH m ^ 2 O 1 RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor CALL 3-5153 FEDERAL Exterminating Co. Norman D. Jacobs, Mgr. We Specialize in Termite Eradication Reliable Inspections FREE and Without Any Obligations Licensed and Approved Fumigators 424 American Bank Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. Saul R. Srolc of Cambridge, Mass.. will visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeicntz of 337 N. E. 28th St., who will hold a reception for them Sunday. December 29th, from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m. All friends are cordially invited. Mrs. Srole is the former Miss Myrtle Zeientz. Mr. Srole, formerly with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York City, graduated from Harvard, where for the past two years he has been engaged as an assistant in Economics while studying for his Ph.D. degree. He is a Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. and Mrs. Srole and their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Halper, nee June Hausman, of New York, will be in Miami until January 12th. The men's and women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will celebrate their second annual Chanuka latkeh party on Sunday night. December 29th. The affair will be held at the London Arms Hotel, 727 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Chanuka games will be played. On the arrangement and ticket committee are Mr. M. Feit, Mrs. A. Berow, Mr. H. Wasserman, Mrs. F. Kalstein. Dr. M. Safra, Mrs. M. Baer. Mrs. Nickelsberg, Cantor Hamches and Rabbi M. Mescheloff. BV POPULAR DEIMHID! ANOTHER YIDDISH SCREEN HIT "Motel The Operator" —starring— Chaim TAUBER and Yetta SWIRLING JANUARY 14 15 16 NO ADVANCE IN PRICES! PLAZA theatre miami beach Miss Rosalind Friedman left Saturday for Columbia, South Carolina, to spend the holidays, after which she will visit in Savannah over New Years, during which time she will attend the Southern Regional AZA convention affairs to be held there. • • e Dr. Oliver Wolfson is spending the holiday vacation with his father, Dr. Abraham Wolfson of Miami Beach. The young Dr. Wolfson is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and is practicing dentistry in New York City. e • • Greater Miami Drum and Bugle Corps of the Jewish War Veterans are having a benefit bingo and card party at the Masonic I Temple, N. W. 1st St. and 15th Avenue Monday evening, December 30 at 8 o'clock. Mrs. J. L. Jacobs and Mrs. M. Newman will be hostesses. This is one of many affairs planned to help send the corps to Tallahassee January' 5th. Col. Sidney Palmer and Capt. Harry Schulman will accompany the corps as well as Mrs. J. L. Jacobs and Mrs. Eugene Weiss. Alvin and Lloyd Gardner, sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gardner of Miami Beach, returned home I for the holidays from Atlanta and Gainesville where they are attending school. • • • Miss Marcie Adelman left for Savannah, Ga., Tuesday, where she will visit with friends and attend the A. Z. A. convention. e • • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schulwolf have announced the engagement of their daughter, Marlon, to Mr. Bcrnie J. Sirkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sirkin. The two will be honored at an open house this Sunday from 3 to 6 p. m. by Mr. and Mrs. Schulwolf. Both Miss Schulwolf and Mr Serkin graduated from Miami High School. The bride-elect is a member of Iota Chi Sorority. • e • Harold Berkowits. son of Mr. and I Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, returned to the city for the holidays from Georgia Military Academy. Racing Attend the Offieial Opening TONIGHT i Post Time 8:15 U/EJTFLAGLER KEnnEL CLUB Low Rail Fares in Coaches on the famous FLORIDA SUNBEAM One Way Coach Fares from Miami CHICAGO $23.30 CLEVELAND. 22.90 CINCINNATI. 17.75 COLUMBUS 20.10 INDIANAPOLIS. 19.80 ATLANTA 10.40 CHATTANOOGA 12.50 Pillows for coaches 7* CITY TICKET OFFICE 173 E. Flagler Street, Miami Tel. 3-8391 T. V. LucketL A.G.P.A. SEABOARD RAILWAY NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM Mr. and Mrt. Jack Bernstein announce the marriage of their daughter. Anita to Mr. Meyer Epstein, son of Mr. Harry £ D stein of Washington. D. C. j an ] uary 1st at Temple Israel. Dr Jacob Kaplan and Rabbi Colmaii Zwitman will perform the ceremony. Following the wedding ceremony a reception will be held at the bride's home. After a honeymoon trip through the state, the couple will leave Miami by boat for Washington where they will reside. Miss Ruthye Bernstein will be maid of honor and Miss Irma Bernstein will be bridesmaid. Best man will be the groom's brother. Mr. Al Epstein. Miss Bernstein was honored by three showers this past week given by Miss Fay Engel, Mrs. Paul Black and Mrs. Irving Querido and was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. MEWf^ (WmtUiutn J POURING 5P0UT If NEWLY FURNISHED CORNER ROOM — KITCHEN PRIVILEGES KOSHER PRIVATE JEWISH COUPLE MRS. PRESS 1032 S. W. 13th Ave. AH Sifir FOR MOfJ £ 'BAKING COOKING FRYING ""fCOMOM/CAL DOI'T FORGET! MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW To Dine in the "Old English Room" 6:30 TO 8:00 P. M. Dietary Observance TELEPHONE 5-2956 INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS nroRn unites /ov %  OtTUCI 10*15 DHDt FEDERAL SRvmcs RHD Loan RSSOCIRTIOR OF mmmi 0 H. K. rint arena* %\ the corner of Tint itreet LOW OOIT LOIO TIBMI Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President



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v PAGE EIGHTEEN -JewlstrkrkHan FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1940 OF OHEV SHALOM Services Friday at 8:15 p m. This Sabbath is dedicated to the college students of the members of our Congregation. College Sabbath will include messages and greetings from the following college students: Mr. Georg? Wolly of th-> University of Florida: Miss Marjorie Frankel of Rollins College: Tybel Wittenstein of the Florida State Coll 'go far Women; Hindalyn Kottelman of the University of Georgia; Ansel Wittenstein. University cf Florida: Miss Dorothy Miller of Florida College for Women. Master Arthur Hillman. banner htudent at the Castle Heights Military Academy and outstanding student of the daily Hebrew and Religious school, will also speak at the services. Ra'jbi Morris A. Skop will deliver a brief talk to the college students dealing with the Chanuka theme. Saturday services at 8:30 a. m. Mr. Katzenelsohn of New York will be the guest chazan and i peatcer. Childrens service and Hebrewstory hour at 11 a. m. CHANUKA ENTERTAINMENT AND MAGIC SHOW Sunday at 2:30 p. m. will mark the Hebrew and Religious school Chanuka entertainment. Every class in the school will participate. There will be three plays, lighting of the candles, exchange of Chanuka gifts; a dreidle tournament and community singing. Dr. Boardman. noted Orlando magician, will present a half hour magic show following the plays. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation will present each child with a packet of goodies. Gifts will be sent by the children to the Umatilla Crippled Children's Home and the Lexington School for the Deaf in New York City, where Rabbi Skop was spiritual advisor to the Jewish children for three years prior to his coming to Orlando. Boxes of fruit will also be sent. CONGREGATION ELECTION OF OFFICERS This Sunday at 8 p. m. the annual election of officers will be held at the synagogue social hall. Mr. Barney J. Cohen, president, will preside. All members of the congregation are expected. MINNA AGRESS AND HENRY ORLANDO, FLORIDA JACOBSOHN MARRIED Rabbi Skop and Rev. Leshinsky officiated at the home wedding in Daytona Beach last Sunday evening. Minna Agress is one of Central Florida's popular social workers. Mr. Jacobsohn is a school teacher in New York. Following a honeymoon trip to Miami and Havana, the couple will reside in New York City. RABBI SKOP TO VISIT GAINESVILLE On Friday. Jan. 10th Rabbi Skop will conduct services at the University of Florida for the Jewish students. His sermon theme will be "Signifcant Jewish Badges." Following the sermon and services there will be an open forum hour for questions. IMPRESSIVE CHANUKAS HABAYIS OPENS NEW HOME Rabbis Abraham Burger and Alexander Kleinfeld of Tampa and St. Petersburg participated with Rabbi Skop in the dedicatory ceremones at the open house last Sunday of the new home ef Rabbi and Mrs. Skop at 438 East Gore Avenue. The Rabbi and Mrs. Skop and family wish to thank their many friends throughout the state for their grand messages of congratulation and the many beautiful gifts and telegrams. A standng invi(Continued on Next Pagei Sincere Holiday Greetings INLAND PRESS PUBLISHERS PRINTERS J. M. Ellison. Prop. 304 W. South Phone 5704 ORLANDO. FLA. Sanford, Florida Sanford. nestled snugly on the shores of the St. Johns River, in the central part of the state, is probably better known as the 'Celery City" The many lakes and streams abound in fish and j the disciples of Isaac Walton need look no farther for a place in which to lure the finny tribe. HOLIDAY GREETINGS BILL'S PACKAGE STORE The Best in Fine Wines Liquors, Gins FREE DELIVERY 106 W. 1st St. Phone 880 SANFORD, FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings MAFFETT AUTO SERVICE STATION COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE 220 N. Park Ave. Phone 9125 SANFORD. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FLORIDA BATTERY & ELECTRICAL WORKS 316 W. Washington Ph. 6633 ORLANDO, FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings HENNIG'S TIRE WORKS 27 S. Main PHONE 4424 ORLANDO. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS PYKE'S PLATING WORKS 30 W. Church Phone 3748 ORLANDO, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS WOO D Y'S WOOD YARD "We Make Warm Friends" Parramore and Gore Ph. 7755 ORLANDO. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings ROBERTS GROCERY 223 E. 1st Phone 39 SANFORD. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS SANFORD CAB CO. New Cars—Courteous, Efficient Drivers Out of Town Calls a Specialty Phone 74 SANFORD, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS C. A. PRANGE BRAKE LINING STATION Wheel, Axle and Frame Alignment We Correct "Shimmy" 1010 W. Church St. Phone 722' ORLANDO. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetngs ALTMAN CHEVROLET CO. SALES amd SERVICE OK'd USED CARS 208 W. 1st Phone 134 SANFORD. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings THE FOUNTAIN SODAS and SUNDAES B. C. Gordon. Mgr. 24 E. Washington ORLANDO. FLA. GREETINGS A. B. HERNDON BLUE PRINTS Magruder Arcade ORLANDO. FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS AL'S AUTO PAINT & BODY SHOP Central Florida's Only Paint Bake Oven ONE STOP SERVICE STATION 3000 North Orange Avtnue PHONE S901 ORLANDO. FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS CO. 75 W. Pine Phone 6523 ORLANDO. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FINLEY BROTHERS Incorporated PAINT 63 E. Pine Phone 3346 ORLANDO. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings THE CITY ICE & FUEL CO. Phone 885 SANFORD, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS WELSH TIRE SHOP Let Us Balance Your Wheels Statically and Dynamically Vulcanising Recapping 2nd and Park Phone 111 SANFORD. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS DON'S. INC. Awnings. Chicago Venetian Blinds. Tarpaulins. Lawn Furniture 2610 N. Orange Phone 3279 ORLANDO. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS COLD SMOKE PRODUCTS CO. OF FLORIDA, INC. EXTERMINATORS 508 Brookhaven Road Phone 6314 ORLANDO. FLORIDA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS KILGORE SEED CO. 300 W. 1st Phone 248 SANFORD. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greeting* P. & M. MATTRESS & UPHOLSTERY CO. Inner Spring* and Box Springs Furniture Repaired and Upholstered J. VINCENT PERLEY. Mgr. Free Estimates 513 Virginia Drive Phone 3093 ORLANDO. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS NORTH GARLAND BODY WORKS 529 North Garland Phone 3632 ORLANDO. FLORIDA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS SMITH & SMART. INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 719 S. Parramore Phone 7748 ORLANDO. FLORIDA 1 SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS NEHI BOTTLING CO. BOTTLERS OF ROYAL CROWN COLA SANFORD. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS FRANK KAREL SHERIFF ORANGE COUNTY ORLANDO. FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS ORLANDO BOWLING CENTER "The Home of the State Chamoions—1940" 720 N. Oranae Ave. Orlando, Fla.


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PAGE EIGHT +Jewisli ncriJtiw FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 19 40 SOCIETY Rabbi Solomon Kellner, father of Rabbi Abraham Kellner, arrived here to spend the Chanuka holidays with his son and daughter-in-law. A reception in his honor will be held at the home of Rabbi Kellner, 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace, Sunday, December 29th from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. • • • Cadet Howard Larine of the Gordon Military School, is here on a two weeks' vacation. Cadet Levine is here to attend the wedding of his brother, Sherwood. • • • The newly elected and appointed officers of the Emunah Chapter No. 175 Order of Eastern Star, will be installed Thursday. January 2 at 8 p. m. at the Scottish Rite Temple. Mrs. Nancye Rickard, past grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Florida, will be installing officer; Mrs. Marion Neet, grand marshal; Pearl Williams, grand chaplain, and Letta Thompson, grand organist. Officers to be installed include Mrs. Henry Rabin, worthy matron; Sidney Palmer, worthy patron; Mrs. Anne Wucher, associate matron: Morris B. Frank, associate patron; Lena Simon, secretary; Frances Warschoff, treasurer; Deborah Meyer, conductress; Celia Auslr.nder. organist; Teresa Arnold, chaplain; Lillian Gottesman, marshall; Mrs. Rebecca Tobin, warden; Five Star Points, Rose Nemetz, Florence Kromash, Anne Jamison. Natalie Wienstein, and Etta Davidoff. Mrs. Rabin, newly elected worthy matron, will entertain in the banquet hall following the installation. Season's Greetings McAvoy Service Station 701 Biscayne Blve Ph. 29817 The Greater Miami Young Judaea Council will sponsor its first annual Chanuka party Sunday, December 20th at 3:00 p. m. The program will take place in Jacob Joseph Congregation, 15th street and Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. There will be no admission charge, and no appeals. Refreshments will be served and a gala program will be presented. Members of the F. D. R. and Justice Brandeis Young Judaea clubs will take part in the program as well as outstanding leaders of the community. All parents are invited to attend and bring their children with them. e e • Dr. Israel A. Tempel died Monday at his home after a brief illness. He was a native of London, England, but became a citizen of this country 11 years ago. A doctor of philosophy, he was active in the Zionist movement and for several years resided in Tel Aviv, Palestine, aiding in the rehabilitation of refugee Jews there. He retired in 1936. coming to Miami. He was a member of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Beth Jacob Congregation of Miami Beach. Funeral services were conducted at 11 a. m. Tuesday in the Talmud Torah by Rabbi Abraham Kellner. The Miami Jewish Funeral Home was in charge. SEASON'S GREETINGS Airline Refrigerator Service "We Service Any Make. Anywhere. Anytime" PERCY L. HITCH, Mgr. Phone 7-8184 Seasons Greetings THE MIAMI TIMES 1112 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 32236 BEST WISHES Mr. & Mrs. HAROLD M. SALVEY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA FRED HOWL AND. Inc GENERAL CONTRACTORS Postal Building SEASONS GREETINGS QUALITY CUSHMAN BAKING CO. 1310 West Flagler Street THE SOUTHS NEWEST AND FINEST BAKERY SEASONS GREETINGS Service Phone 3-2155 Homestead 580Jl Office Phone 3-5219—No Answer Call 3-2155 FLORIDA AMUSEMENT CO. Automatic Phonographs and Coin Devices WURLITZER SEEBURGH MILLS ROCKOLA WM. H. TURNER. Manager Iflf S. W. 1st Street Miami. Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER MOTORS Florida's Largest Plymouth and DeSoto Dealers IS Years Continued Growth is Your Protection 1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3341 CHANUKA GREETINGS JUDGE HENRYL OPPENBORN ROOM AND BOARD STRICTLY KOSHER MRS. A. GOLDBERGER 1628 S. W. 11th STREET • %  %  t w i .aw The wedding of Miss Martha Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gross, to Mr. Theodore Kaufman, son of Mrs. Ida Kaufman, Pittsburgh, will take place Sunday, December 29th at the Pan-American airport. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremony. The couple will leave by plane lor a honeymoon trip to Havana, and upon their return will reside in Miami. Soils Phone 7-6484 L.C. MORRIS Pavinfl, Trucking. Grading Rock. Sand Fills and Soils Specializing in Pulverized Soils 3738 N. W. 18th Ave. Miami Florida FT Prempt and Courteeus Service MOUSLEY Service Station 302 Collins Are.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9407 Yeur Satisfaction — Our Pleasure The traditional Hanuka drei! Shorn, meaning "a great miracle del's four Hebrew letters on each I occurred there," the miracle beside—Nun, Gimmel. Hay and Shin, are the initials of the Hebrew words Ness Godol Hoych ing the eight days during which the oil burned in the Temple. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA THE LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st Street THE COLUMBUS Miami's Finest Bayfront Hotel Right in the Middle oi Everything—17 Floors oi Luxurious Living. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM THE MIAMI TRANSIT COMPANY George B. Dunn. President J THE WHOLE TOWN t IS TALKING CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS MANNING'S FINEST AND LARGEST SEA FOOD DINNERS IN THE WORLD PHONE 2-9939 829 BISCAYNE BLVD.. MIAMI • %  > < FIRST TIME IN MIAMI BEACH THE EXOTIC POODS THE EXHILIRATING DRINKS of the South Sea tales ABOUT Monte Proser 's BEACHCOMBER RESTAURANT AND ENCHANTED GARDENS %  J( Full Course • South Seas or American Dinner • • $150 Dinner From 6 P. M. Supper From 10 P. M. Dade Blvd. at West Ave. R aberrations: 5-1238 — 5-1239 IARRETT COFFEE COMPANY ROAST ERS A ND PACKERS OF COFFEES AND TEAS 507 Northwest Miami Court Phone 2-2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE INC. Phone 4-0123 2201 Ponce de Leon Blvd. SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA FAUTH FURNITURE CO. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Importers BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE PHONE 3 4669 MIAMI



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940 -JeHlstiflcrMto, Gainesville, Florida Sincere Holiday Greetings UNION SEA FOOD & POULTRY MARKET 205 West Union Phone 452 GAINESVILLE, FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings PEOPLE'S FISH MARKET Mrs. Clifford Newsome. Prop. IMS. Garden Phone 9190 GAINESVILLE. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings BRASINGTON SERVICE GARAGE 216 W. Main St. Phone 103 GAINESVILLE. FLA. Sincere Holday Greetings DOLORIES BEAUTY SHOP 121 E. Union Phone 428 GAINESVILLE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GAINESVILLE UPHOLSTERY AND MATTRESS FACTORY P. B. BEEMAN. Owner 336 E. McCormick (Corner Oik) PHONE 1031 GAINESVILLE. FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS ECONOMY CAB COMPANY We Appreciate Your Business 129 N. Garden Phone 506 GAINESVILLE. FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS CITY DRUG CO. 126 E. Unversity Are. Phone 1366 GAINESVILLE, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS DAVE'S SANDWICH & COLD DRINK SHOP 422 W. University Ph. 9162 GAINESVILLE. FLA. Sncere Holiday Greetings ERMA REEVES BEAUTY SHOP 125 E. Main Phone 271 GAINESVILLE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GAINESVILLE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS PHONE 320 GAINESVILLE. FLA. Season's Greetings THE ANDERSON STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS 338 U. University Ave. Phone 981 GAINESVILLE. FLA. SEASONS BREETINGS PIGGLY WIGGLY Fancy Groceries and Meats Your Patronage Appreciated 121 E. Main S.. South GAINESVILLE. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings LOUIS' LUNCH 730 S. Virginia Phone 9159 GAINESVILLE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GAINESVILLE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. 1201 North Grove Phone 1067 GAINESVILLE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS DAVIS BEER GARDEN 528 N. 6th Street Phone 9117 GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS COURTESY MARKET Birdteye Frosted Food Chidlow Bread "Hotard't"—at Courteay Markt Choice Western and Native Meats—Poultry TELEPHONE 181 GAINESVILLE, FLA. PAGE SEVENTEEN West Palm Beach, Fla. Known for years as one of the outstanding winter resorts of Florida, West Palm Beach is rapidly becoming recognized as a summer resort by thousands of vacationists from the southeastern states and the interior counties of Florida. Here, because of the nearness of the Gulf Stream and the unfailing sweep of the trade winds, active and "spectator' sports are fun 12 months out of the year. Sailfishing is, of course, par excellent in the "Sailfish Sector of the Gulf Stream" and the annual Silver Fish Derby is open to Floridians as well as to northern visitors. LEO EISENSTEIN Miami Beach Associate Chairmen, Men's Division, of the forthcoming drive of Federation. • Hanuka is the only Jewish festival based on a Jewish triumph of arms against its enemies, It was once the custom to place tlu' Hanukah lights outside the' house. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FAIR AWNING & UPHOLSTERY SHOP 421 S. Olive Phone 4094 WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS McBROTHERS DRY CLEANERS 2121 N. Poinsettia Ph. 5634 WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS HALSEY & GRIFFITH STATIONERS OFFICE OUTFITTERS BOOKS OF ALL KINDS Ph. 3883 313-17 Datura St. WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS WILSON ROWAN LOCKSMITH CO. KEYS 304 Trinity Place Phone 8770 WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS W. L. FLEISCHER, Inc. PAINTING and DECORATING WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS I R H I M E ELECTRIC CO. 376 S. Country Road Phone 4311 PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS HUDGINS SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 612 N. Olive Phone 5183 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS NORTHWOOD BEAUTY SHOP Shelton-Thermique Oil of Tulip Wood Permanent Wave $4.00 Complete 2312 N. Poinsettia Ph. 3274 WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS STUDSTILL & HOLLENBECK. INC. REALTORS A Dependable Service 108 S. Olive Phone 7188 WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS Aiello's Upholstering & Mattress Company Upholstering. Drapes Slip Covers 2110 N. Poinsettia Ph. 3088 WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS GEORGE S. BROCKWAY REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS HAZEL'S BEAUTY SALON Exclusive—But Not Expensive 413 Clematis Phone 8336 Next to Palace Theatre WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS N DRY CLEANING 614 UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE 257 GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS SHORTY BEAN'S ELECTRIC SHOP 733 West University Phone 50 GAINESVILLE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS INDIANA MARKET C. A. HALLONOUIST. Manager Western Meats Poultry Fruits and Vegetables WE DELIVER HOLIDAY GREETINGS GROCERY CO. CENTRAL 623 West Masonic Phone 112 GAINESVILLE. FLA. 1105 North Poinsettia WEST PALM BEACH Phone 4213 HOLIDAY GREETINGS PALM BEACH EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC. FUMIGATING—TERMITE CONTROL Our Control Service Will Keep Your Property Vermin Free 429' 2 Datura WEST PALM BEACH Phone M95 % 



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1940 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Strset. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 LanoK Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Canter Phone 5.2013 •4s Euelld Avenue J +Jenisii flcrid/ian SYNAGOGUE SERVICES bhachriss. daily at 7 a. m. and 8 a. m.: Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m. Mmcha. daily at 5:15 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 5:00 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss. Saturday at 5:15 p. m. Maariv daily at 5:45 p. m : Saturday at 6:00 p. m. FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM The second forum of the season will be .held this Friday night at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the subject "Chanuka." Cantor Mamches will lead in the communal singing. SABBATH SERVICES Regular services are held at 7 a. m. in the Talmud Torah building, and at 9 a. m. in the synagogue building. "A New Beginning will be the subject of the Rabbis sermon. Rabbi Mescheloff will also preach on the "Portion of the Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss. DOUBLE BAR MITZVAH Jerome Wexler and Jerome Schechter will celebrate their Bar Mitzvah age during services this Sabbath morning. The Rabbi will instruct the boys after their Bar Mitzvah addresses. Refreshments will be served in the Talmud Torah building after the conclusion of the services. YOUNG ISRAEL The Young Israel of Miami Beach will conduct Jr. Congregation services Friday evening at 515 o'clock and Saturday morning services at 9:00 o'clock in the Talmud Torah building. A sermonette will be delivered by one of the members. These services are open to children of elementary and high school age. A class is held each Saturday afternoon for members at 4 p. m. in the Talmud Torah building. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL The Religious School will present its annual Chanuka entertainment this Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the synagogue building. The program will feature a comedy, "The Battle of the Shamusim," a number of candle drills, recitations in English, Yiddish and Hebrew, and a repertoire of Chanuka songs. Admission charge is nominal. BEACH MIZRACHI The Miami Beach Mizrachi will meet Saturday nght for a regular meeting. An interesting program is arranged. The Mizrachi will hold its secPAGE SEVEN ll sag SEASON'S GREETINGS EDNA'S BEAUTY SHOP 2272 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4912 SEASON'S GREETINGS CAUSEWAY SERVICE STATION 360 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 2-9105 ond annual Mizrachi Latkeh party at the London Arms Hotel Sunday night, December 29th.. Tickets can be had from officers or at the office. SISTERHOOD BANQUET Our Sisterhood will hold its annual Installation Banquet at the London Arms Hotel on January 8th. Ticckets can be purchased from any member of the executive. NICHUM AVEIVLIM May the Almighty in His abounding mercy console the bereaved family and friends, and our entire membership on the loss of our late member, Dr. I. A. Temple, who passed away suddenly this week. Our heartfelt condolences. THANKS. HABONOTH The congregation wishes to thank the Habonoth for their gift of an electric Menorah for the new synagogue building. We wish to thank the Habonoth sponsors, Mrs. M. Mescheloff, and Miss E. Sussman, for their inspiration to the girls, and hope that they may work and play together for the benefit of the synagogue and the advance of Judaism. BEACH HABONOTH The Habonoth of Miami Beach celebrated Chanuka with an entertainment presented last Sunday night at the Beth Jacob synagogue. They presented two plays, and a musical program including Mr. Abraham Bramson and his flute, and Miss Frances Goldman and her accordion. A large attendance graced the occasion. From the proceeds the Habonoth have purchased one of 1 the Menorahs which grace the new synagogue building. SEASON'S GREETINGS JORGENSEN k SCHREFFLER ENGINEERS 12th Floor News Tower A HAPPY CHANUKA KIRKHAM JEWELRY & OPTICAL COMPANY Shoreland Arcade Phone 2-4647 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE WM. F. FRANZ SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. THE COMPLETE PAINT STORE" 801 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-3317 Benjamin Moore Company's Complete Line of Paints BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA SEA CREST HOTEL 150 Ocean Drive Phone 59400 OUR SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY CHANUKA HUNTER LYON (Incorporated) GENERAL AGENT PHONE 3-3331 MIAMI. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH PATRONS AND FRIENDS PEEL CHURCHILL MOTORS 2405 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 33011 SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR JEWISH PATRONS AND FRIENDS MARKS MILL WORKS 2253 N. W. 1st Avenue CHARLES H. MARKS Phone 3-1657 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH PATRONS AND FRIENDS RUSSELL PAIGE. Inc. DODGE LUXURY LINERS & TRUCKS 2020 Biscayne Blvd. phonc 38b21 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS FASSA MOROCCO 1702 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEAC CHANUKA GREETINGS SCOTT & WHITEAKER 3100 NW. 27th Ave. i >.-.iu of Readen KAY MARIE TYIls-Names-Dates-Kai-tsNumbers PSYCHIC MEDIUM TRUE ADVICE naves many dollars and untold worries Before making any obanc* consult thla reader. This Rifted medium will not only advise, but will help on all affairs of life, sueh as love. OOUrtshlp, marriage and restoring lost affection Advice on all money matters: No problem Is too difficult to solve; given you names, dates and faits. Visit today, as tomorrow may be too late. Pon't go through life unhappy. Will show you the way to success. Your greatest wish can be realized: gives you lucky days and numbers; read for all nationalides; fciets or no fees accepted. Hours. 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. dai'v and Sunday. Take J bus to door. Ph. 7-3160. 2118 N. W. 62ND ST. SEASON'S GREETINGS W. SCOTT DEMING CHANUKA GREETINGS JENSEN'S Trail Liquor Store 1723 S. W. 8th Street HAPPY CHANUKA SURFSIDE BARBECUE 7305 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida A HAPPY CHANUKA 36TH STREET HOTEL 744 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 2-4923 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA BURROW'S MULTI-PRINT 3458 Main Highway PHONE 4-3622 CHANUKA GREETINGS E. W. F. STIRRUP Pioneera of South Florida's Real Estate 3242 Charles Avenue PHONE 4-5664 Season's Greetings D. E. LINARDY FLOORING CO. 35 N. E. 26th St. Ph. 3-4726 CHANUKA GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN Seybold Building SEASON'S GREETINGS Scientific Reducing and Massage Colonic Irrigation Mineral and Blanket Baths THE FLORIAN MASSAGE STUDIO 4104 ROYAL PALM AVENUE Miami Beach. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940 DR. MUX SERVES IITL TOWN HULL Dr. David Marx, Rabbi of Hebrew Benevolent Temple, Atlanta, Georgia has just accepted an appointment to membership on the new National Town Hall Meeting Committee of the Union of America Hebrew Congregations. The announcement was made by Dr. Leo M. Franklin. Detroit, National Chairman. Dr. Marx will also serve as Chairman of Region 3 comprising N. Carolina, S. Carolina. Georgia and Florida, the announcement stated. There are 28 Union Congelations in Region 3. Other members of the National Committee include: Region 1, Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman, Harford; Region 2, Dr. Louis Wolsey. Philadelphia; Region 4, Dr. Joseph Rauch, Louisville; Region 5, Dr. Julian B. Feibelman, New Orleans; Region 6, Rabbi Elmer Berger, Flint, Michigan, cooperating with Dr! Franklin; Region 7, Rabbi Albert G. Minda. Minneapolis; Region *Jeist>fksid&r) PAGE ELEVEN SARASOTA, FLORIDA Sincere Holiday Greetings LIGHTFOOT PRINTING CO. 384 W. 11th Street PHONE 7157 SARASOTA, FLA. Sincere Holiday Greeting* PRICE SHADE & AWNING CO. Day Term Phone 7655 SARASOTA. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS A BA S L ER DAIRY TALLAVAST. FLORIDA Sincere Holiday Greetings CAMPBELL'S BRAKE SERVICE Pineapple and Lemon Ave. Phone 6756 SARASOTA. FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS REID'S SERVICE STATION 200 Central Avenue SARASOTA. FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS A F. McFAYDEN DISTRIBUTOR PURE OIL CO. PRODUCTS PHONE 2624 SARASOTA. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings OREST STANDARD SERVICE Broadway and 8th Ph. 6678 SARASOTA. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetingi CAP'S FISH & POULTRY MARKET 409 Main Phone 2061 SARASOTA. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings HARP BROTHERS BAKERY Sarasota's Favorite Bakery' 436 Main Phone 6223 SARASOTA. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS YOUNGS ELECTRIC SERVICE 120 Lemon Avenue SARASOTA. FLA. 8, Rabbi David Wice, Omaha; Region 9, Dr. David Lefkowitz, Dallas; Region 10, Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin, Los Angeles; Region 11, Rabbi Irving F. Reichert, San Francisco; Region 12, Rabbi Samuel Koch, Seattle. Town hall meetings which will commence the first week in January in Union Congregations throughout the country are designed to correlate Jewish history and ideals with current problems facing the synagogue and the individual Jews. country in which they are residing, or for an other reason, are passed over on the quota list and their places reassigned. Previously, persons holding visas remained on the quota list whether able to use them or not. At the same time the State Department reported that it had transferred to Lisbon, principal European refugee center, the control of all or part of the immigration quotas allotted to seven countries. The entire quotas assigned to Belgium, Luxemburg and the Netherlands have been transferred to Lisbon as well as part of the British, French. Italian ian and Swiss quotas. As a result of the new system of "unblocking" quotas, it was announced that immigration visas were now available to all refugees "acceptable under the laws" except to those from Germany and Poland. FOR REFUGEES "Washington ( W N S ) — Under fire for allegedly blocking plans to establish a refugee haven in the Virgin Islands, the State Department announced that it acted favorably on all but 12 of 2,000 political and religious refugees who sought admission to the United States from war-torn Europe. The department reported that 1,000 visas had already been issued to European refugees and the rest have recently been sent abroad for delivery. Not all the visas can be delivered immediately, it was disclosed, since many of the refugee applicants are in hiding, are useing assumed names for their own protection, or cannot be reached by American consular officials. In a lengthy statement, the department announced that it had recently adopted a system of "unblocking" the quotas fixed by law. Under this system, persons who have obtained visas but cannot use them because of their inability to secure the necessary travel documents from the SESON'S GREETINGS FREELING AND ELLIS MOTORS 6th and Orange Avenue SARASOTA. FLORIDA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS WEEKS CENTRAL AVENUE MACHINE SHOP CENTRAL AVENUE AND 8. A. L. RAILWAY SARASOTA. FLORIDA NERVOUS TENSION Show* In both face and manner You' are not fit company for yourself or anyone else when you are Tense, Nervous, "Keyed-up". Don't miss out on your share of food times. The next time overtaxed nerves make you Wakeful. Restless, Irritable, try the soothing effect of DB. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine is a scientific formula compounded under the supervision of skilled chemists In one of America's most modern laboratories. Why don't 7M try Ht Rf.d fall alrtttisaa la parkaga. At roar Drus Stora DR. MILES NERVIN E Sincere Holiday Greetings RAYL LUMBER CO. SARASOTA. FLA. Daytona Beach, Fla. HOLIDAY GREETINGS LE SESNE STUDIO Portrait and Commercial Photoa Established 1903 PHOTO SUPPLIES PRINTING DEVELOPING ENLARGING 312 S. Palmetto Phone 416 DAYTONA BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS H. R. WILLIAMS MACHINE WORKS Everything in Mechanical Work NIGHT and DAY SERVICE 903 N. Beach St. Phone 1372J DAYTONA BEACH Sincere Holiday Greetings TOBA'S PLACE ITALIAN SPAGHETTI CHICKEN CHOW MEIN 307 Seabreeze Blvd. PHONE 9123 DAYTONA BEACH Sincere Holiday Greetings JOE'S SHOE SERVICE QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING HAT CLEANING 806 Main Phone 2439 Our Other Shop—140 Volusia Ave. DAYTONA BEACH Sincere Holiday Greetings ECHOLS MATTRESS CO. MATTRESSES RENOVATED EXPERT UPHOLSTERING Work Called for and Delivered 507 N. Beach Phone 137 DAYTONA BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS ATLANTIC LAUNDRY "We Return Everything But the Dirt" 401 Cypress Call 1SS DAYTONA BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS BUCHANAN OIL CO. 1628 S. Ridgewood Avenue PHONE 348 DAYTONA BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS B. H. TOLBERT SODA SHOP 519 Volusia DAYTONA BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS SEABREEZE GARAGE AAA SERVICE 63S North Atlantic Avenue PHONE 602 DAYTONA BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS • CLIFF SMITH SIGNS DAYTONA BEACH Sincere Holiday Greetings WRIGHT PRINTERY 154 Fair view Avenue PHONE 532 DAYTONA BEACH GREETINGS CAMPBELL ST. DINERS 601 Campbell GOLF AT DAYTONA HIGHLANDS DAILY AND WEEKLY RATES VISITORS WELCOME DRIVE STRAIGHT OUT VOLUSIA AVENUE DAYTONA BEACH SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS FARMER DAN'S FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN 1824 S. Ridgewood—On U. S. Highway No. 1 DAYTONA BEACH 7 <



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1 PAGE TWELVE +Jmlstfk>rkHan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1940 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ ANNUAL PARTY The annual New Year's Eve party sponsored by the Y. M. H. A., will be held at Andron's Alamac Hotel, located at 13th and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, With reservations limited to the first fifty couples only, we suggest your making early reservations for this function by calling Maurice Grossman, 3-4012. Assisting Dr. Harold Rand, chairman of this committee, arc Herman Waitsman and Lou Safan who are bending every effort to See that each and every one atcalendar. We expect to have tickets on sale by the time this issue reaches you. General admission for the basketball game and dance will be, to our present knowledge. 35c per person but as an inducement to the general membership of the Y. M. and W. H. A. and its affiliates, we are offering a season ticket to all the home games and dances for the small sum of $1.00. Season tickets to non-members will be SI.50. Get the gang ready for a real sports fest which will start our program for the new tending will be well pleased and year off with a bang. entertained. Subscriptions are 53.00 per person and will include a delicious kosher steak dinner, noise makers, souvenirs, a fine orchestra and a floor show. As in past years, we expect Mr. and i. Bill Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Serkin and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Berkowitz to be present in lull regalia upon their celebration of their 27th anniversaries. BASKETBALL SEASON Plans are being made by Athletic Director. Mickey Lubel, and Athletic Chairman. Lou Safan. to secure one of the outstanding cage teams of the Greater Miami area for the Y opener to be held at the Y athletic field Sunday. January 5. We are sure this form of sport and entertainment which will include a fine basketball game plus a dance afterward, will prove one of the outstanding treats on the Y social HOIJDAY GRKKTINO.S Consolidated Tours. Inc Tickets Kverywh**re HAVANA—NASSAU All Kxpense Tours Main Office: J05 N. R. First St. Miami, Florida I'hone 2690J Season's Greetings From The EMPIRE HOTEL 750 Collins Ave. Louis Wildman, Owner A HAPPY CHANUKA To All My Jewish Friends JOHN A. MAHOOD SEASON'S GREETINGS PICCIOLO Italian.American Restaurant 134-36 38 Collins Ave. Miami Beach BEER and WINES PHONE 5-031 Famous for its Real Italian Dinners Steaks, Chops. Sea Foods. Pizza Ravioli, Spaghetti With the help of our good friend, Meyer Schwartz, we are anxiously hoping to have the necessary bleachers and scats to accommodate about 300 or 400 people comfortably. Watch this column and the dailies for the schedule of games. Among the more important games in line are those with the Birmingham. Ala.. Y. M. H. A.. the J. P. C. of Atlanta, and the Season's Greetings 1 :i:< IROIA CULCUPPKR MADAUNE CULPEPPER Tivoli Beauty Salon. Inc. "FOB. THE LADY WHO CARES" >i>rn Evenings bs Appointment Tit vv. Klaeler St.. Miami, Florida Phone 3-2561 Season's Best Wishes BRAMLETT EQUIPMENT CO. H. T. BRAMLETT 800 N. E. 1st. Ave. Phone 20794 Season's Greetings FLEXLUME DANIEL NEON CO. 814 N. E. 2nd Are. Ph. 2-5842 A HAPPY CHANUKA To Our Many Jewish Friends 301 N. W. 79th Street PHONE 7-3077 'Miami's Most Beautiful Bar" America's Famous Beers on Draught TURF EXCHANGE BAR Where All Good Sports Meet ANHEUSER-BUSCH THE BEST BEERS IN TOWN MICHELOB 279 East Flaqler Street. (Opp. Cor. Elks Club) Phono 2-8944 SEASON'S GREETINGS GEO. E. BUN NELL. Inc. CONTRACTORS 79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 3-7488 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 7-2876 MANNIE GATES and his Orchestra will play at Y Dance Sunday at Civic Centre Tampa Y. M. H. A. Children under 12 years old will be admitted free This schedule of games will go into effect starting Sunday. January 5. and will carry through March. Buy your season tickets now. Y DUCKPIN NEWS The Allecats, led by Capt. Al Berkowitz, defeated the Sam Seitlin Strikers in three straight games last Sunday to go into a tie for first place with that team. The Yehudies led by Capt. Al Reisman defeated Murray Streit's Wolves in two of three games to hold down third place, while the Destroyers, captained by Abe Berkowitz. pushed the Harry Schwartz Buckeyes further in the cellar by whipping them three straight games. Sol Weinkle and Chic Mann continue to lead the bowlers with averages of 106 and 105 respectively. Y. M. H. A. VS. B'NAI BHITH Believe it or not folks, after two years Manager Jack Apte of the Y. M. H. A. Duckpm League and Marty Milstein, manager of the B'nai B'rith team, have finally gotten together and arranged what we sincerely hope will be the big inning of a very friendly rivalry in sports. A CONTINUED ON PAGE 13 Season's Greetings From The Biscavne Laundry 231 11th Street Phone 52954 Season's Greetings DRUCKER'S 1053 Washington Avenue Phone 53774 Season's Greetings BUSTER'S GRILL In the News Tower Season's Greetings Epicure Market, Inc. 1656 Alton Road Phone 56788 HARRY HROMADA PAUL F. HROMADA Proprietors CHANUKA GREETINGS V. J. HOECHERL COMPANY PAINTING CONTRACTORS Licensed, Bonded and Insured 801 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 3-3317 11382 N, E. 8th AVENUE PHONE 7-1235 SEASON'S GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. Dredging & Construction Co. Postal Building MIAMI, FLORIDA HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL! CAPT. AL'S Fish Market 2S21 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4J2 SEASON'S GREETINGS from GEORGE E. MERRICK Best Wishes for A HAPPY CHANUKA BENIAMIN COHEN SEASON'S GREETINGS JUDGE DAN P. GALEN 60S Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH CHANUKA GREETINGS JACQUES HEARST "World Famous Pastries Add to the Success of Your Party" Everything In INTERNATIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS Telephone 5-1763— 1664 Alton Road Miami Beach and Hendersonville A most Happy Chanuka To Our Many Friends & Patrons EMPIRE Employment Agency 76 1/2 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 27454 SEASON'S GREETINGS Breaming Insurance Agency. Inc. News Tower Phone 3-5761 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA C. H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. 5th Street Phono 2-5840 A HAPPY CHANUKA FRED A. ESKRIDGE For Your Health and Beauty visit The York Swedish Massage and Electrolysis Studio 16 years experience—Specialists In normalising blood circulation, reducing, colonlc Irrigations i>> istered nurse. Superfluous hair r.-moved permanentl) guarai 304 Professional Building Reasonable Rates PHONE 2-2387 R. W. BROWN & CO. Fertilizer Manufacturers SOUTHERN FLORIDA FERTILIZER COMPANY TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertiliser GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds, Florida Phone Homestead 1711 OFFICE: MIAMI, FLA. PHONE 2.3264 CHANUKA GREETINGS S. H. JONES LUMBER CO. 2468 N. W. 33rd Street PHONE 2.1233 SEASON'S GREETINGS J. S. ASBURY REALTOR Miami Beach Specialist SALES RENTALS Collins Ave. and 29th St. Opposite Pancoast Hotel 222 — 29th St. Phone 5-5234 SEASONS GREETINGS from T.J. "TOM" MAXEY. SB. MAYOR Village of Biscayne Park and JEFFREY LUMBER YARDS. INC. SEASONS GREETINGS "DAN* W. PHILLIPS



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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1940 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's PloBMr Oont-rsjaUsn) 1S5 N. W. Third Av.nu. MAX 8HAPIHO, RSOOI 4M S. w. 1lth Read Office Phene t-147S Home Phone S-S17S JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor MM N. W lath Avenue Phone 24 Permanent Calendar Daily Service 7:30 a.m. Evening Services 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning— 8:30 a. m. Sunday morning 8 :30 a. m. Hebrew School, daily... 3:15-4:15 Sunday School 1 0:00 a. m. Jr. Cong. Saturdays...10:30a.m. Late Friday Evening Services 8:15 p.m. Sisterhood Meetings — Third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Late Friday evening services will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and Cantor Joseph Malek, accompanied by Beth David choir will chant the liturgic melodies. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject "Chanuka Lights—I Saw the Truth." An Oneg-Shabbos" will follow immediately after the services in the auditorium, and refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood during the open forum. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, in honor of their daughter's birthday, will serve refreshments for the Oneg-ShabCHANUKA CELEBRATION Chanukah, the Feast of Dedication, which was ushered in Tuesday night, will be observed at the synagogue Saturday morning both at the adult at 8:30 and the Junior services .a 1030 Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach on the subject. "Two IdealsDedication and Education." BAR MITZVAH During the services Saturday morning. Meyer, the son of Mr and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg, will be Bar-Mtizvah. Meyer, who is Junior Cantor of the Junior congregation, will chant the Junior services and will address the worshipers. SUNDAY SCHOOL A special Chanuka program will be presented during the assembly this coming Sunday morning at II o'clock. A Chanuka play will be enacted, and edibles plus a Chanuka gift will be presented to the students by the Sisterhood. Last Sunday morning a pre-Chanuka play was presented in the assembly under the direction of Miss Miriam Weintraub. who wrote the original play. Those who took part were David Jacobs. Rosalyn Rabin, Sara Rose Schwartz and Solomon Singer. RADIO HOUR Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the radio hour over WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 3 to +Je*ist Meridian PAGE THREE 3:30 o'clock, with Cantor Joseph Malek in charge of the musical program. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "A New Victory." YAHRZEIIEN The following Yahrzeiten will be observed during the month of Tebet. The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned and the kaddish begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Channa Devorah, mother of Ida Hammer, December 31; Mordechai, father of Clara Grief, January 1; Eliyohu. father of Morris and Samuel Ehrlish. January 1; Molkah Leah, mother of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin, January 10; Avrohom, brother of J. Seigel. January 11; Yishayohu, father of Morris Bain. January 13; Yaakov, father of H. L. Green, January 13; Eliyou. brother of Mrs. David Mayers, January 10; Moshe Volf, father of Mrs. J. B. Schlesinger, January 18; Shmuel, lather of Julian Kurlander, January 18; Shayna Raysa, mother of Louis BoroSEASON'S GREETINGS Mavme's Beautv Shop Mayme Alligood. Prop. 2502 N.W. 54th St. Ph. 7-3233 SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 37 N. E. 1st Avenue To My Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY CHANUKA H. J. HAYDEN QUALITY CLEANERS PHONE 7-5015 718 N. W. 79th Street Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY CHANUKA DR. JOHN B. SEEDS PHONE 4-5625 1500 N. W. 26th Avenue J. B. POWELL f ART METAL SHOP Specialising in Stair Railing. Wrought Iron. Bronze. Aluminum. 7316 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-4022 SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many Patrons M A C F A R L A N E TYPEWRITER CO. 1105 News Tower SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MALONE'S SNOOKER PARLOR 207 West Flagler St. To My Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY CHANUKA FRED A. KOENIG PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY Ph. 2-7641 260 S. W. 6th St. SEASON'S GREETINGS For Prices and Quality, Visit MAROON'S FLAGLER MARKET 2199 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-9182 THELEflRSCHOOL 1500 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach BOYS AND GIRLS Nursery Through 12th Grade Outdoor Classes PHONE 5-2723 A HAPPY CHANUKA To My Many Jewish Friends F. L. TERRY TERRY INSURANCE AGENCY Ph. 3-4071 Biscayne BIdg. CHANUKA GREETINGS • MR. AND MRS. RUBIN FEINBERG of the FRED MARTIN APARTMENTS 1610 Droxel Avenue and the NASSAU HOTEL 1414 Collins Av—"• SEASONS GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS Ingraham Building SEASONS GREETINGS VICK'S BAR 35 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS To All Our Friends LAURANCE W. WALTON Specializing in 41st St. and Surrounding Properties 446 41st St. Phone 5-6626 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS A P E T R I PAINTER and DECORATOR 1240 Normandy Drive PHONE 6-2493 Residence Phone 7-2068 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA R. W. "BOB" RALSTON choff, January 19; Gittel mother of Chas. Goldstein, January 21; Yisrobel Yehudah, father of Dev Solomon, January 23; Hershal, brother of Anna Wasserman, January 27; Yudel Dovid, father of Ida Hammer, January 27. CHANUKA DINNER The traditional Chanuka dinner held annually by Beth David Sisterhood will take place this Sunday evening in Beth David auditorium at 6:30 sharp. A Chanuka play will be presented bythe Young Judea group. Miss SEASON'S GREETINGS SCHAEFER SIGN & DISPLAY 301 N. W. 9th Ave.. Ph. 3-9145 Ruth Brotman. national singer of Yiddish and Hebrew folk songs, will give a short recital. We urge all members and friends to make their reservations at once since the seating capacity is limited. For reservations please phone the office. 2-1473. or any evening 2-8092. SEASON'S GREETINGS TROPICAL GOATERY Bird Road and Ludlam Road Phone 4-5520 CHANUKA GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons South Florida Liquor Distributors. Inc. 300 South Miami Avenue Phones 2-2262—2-3512 SEASON'S GREETINGS WILSON ROOFING CO. 15 Years Experience Any Kind or Type Roofing Applied or Repaired 1690 Alton Rd. Ph. 5-3063 To Our Many Friends and Customers. Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY CHANUKA LINCOLN ROAD PHARMACY 347 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3336 SEASON'S GREETINGS 71 1 CLUB W. L. KING 711 Red Road Phone 4-9451 SEASON'S GREETINGS JONES Miami Beach Express Co. 716 5th St. Phone 5-3707 CHANUKA GREETINGS LEW HEWES Outboard Motors — Boats Authorized Johnson Dealers Since 1925 841' 2 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 2-8918 SEASON'S GREETINGS MONTAGUE HAMM BUILDER Specializing in New England Colonial Homes 265 E. 7th St. Phone 8-2378 HIALEAH SEASON'S GREETINGS R. P. C. SEASON'S GREETINGS TAMIAMI FURNITURE CO. 2100 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-4334 Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY CHANUKA F. J. HUTTIG REAL ESTATE 454 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-3634 SEASON'S GREETINGS R. L. GROOVER RUMMAGE NEEDED £\ n 3wP e having article* of clothing, furniture, etc that %  £•"" bein "-i or needed! Please cooperate with the SH welfaie Bureau. and send tbem. maintained by You Cannot Bring These RUMMAGE" STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St Pleas. Phone u~ .V f £* nz 2-7135 Mrs. Morris Oubler. 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 54269 Jew.sh Welfare Office. 3.5377 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. 2-1864 and they will De ca n ed for Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY CHANUKA GUARANTY UNDERWRITERS. INC. Phone 3-7708 Shoreland Arcade SEASON'S GREETINGS FREDERICHS MARKET 680 N. W. 62nd Street GREETINGS W. H. ELLIS GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank BIdg. MIAMI BEACH



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* PAGE TEN Jen is* ncrXiiarJ FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1940 CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene. fit of all organizations In Greater Miami, depends for its success upon the sontinued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing date*. BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL open every week in the year and Sunriav Sessions begin Sunday morning;. October 20, 1940, ending Sunday morning. May 25th. 1941. IVKRY MONDAY EVENING—Y. W. II. A. bowling ganieB. SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY ,.f each month, regular meetlne %  I..ulieH Auxiliary Jewish War \rt. %  rans and also Freda Markowilz Pot. FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH. Women's Division, American Jewish Congress V.VKRY TUESDAY MORNING—Tenir le Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, at KapBBTOND^UBBDAT EACH MONTH Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish Center, regular meeting. 1:00 'Pi• %  JSat Center, Euclid Ave. and 14th SECOND AND FOURTH TUBSDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B ritn. DECEMBER 25-28—Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity Convention, Hollywood Beach Hotel. 28—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 28—Beth Jaoob Religious School Chanukah Affair. 28—Ladies Auxiliary MJ c Chanuka Latkeh and card 29—Workman's Circle Boat Ride on Osccola. Pier 8 Yacht Basin. 29—Young Judea Council Chanuka Party. 3:00 p. m.. Jacob Joseph Cong.. Miami Beach. 29—Y. M. H. A. annual dance. 29—Miami Beach Jewish Center. Sisterhood Chanukah Party. Euclid Ave. and 14th Place. 29—M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh pafty. 29—Workmen's Circle. 29—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami, Chanukah Latkeh and Card Party. 29—Beth David Sisterhood Chanukah Dinner. 29—Beth Jacob Religious School Chanukah Party. 30—Temple Israel Men's Club Meeting at Temple. 30— j w. V. Drum and Bugle Corps. Benefit. Masonic Temple. 31—Y. M. H. A New Years Eve Party. Andron's Alamac. JANUARY „ 3—American Jewish Congress, mah jongg and card party. Southern Dairies. 2 p. m. FOURTH TUESDAY of every month. regular meeting of National Home (Or Jewish Children, Denver. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — T. W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubroome. EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hartassah Sewing, with Mrs. S. Kali. Kanyan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Legislation and Stusv Groups at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler. EVERT WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. EVERT THURSDAY EVENING— B'nai R'rilh howling games at Miami Recreation Center 7:S0 p. m. EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolf son s home. 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. 7—Meeting of National Council Jewish Woman. Evans Hotel. 2:30 p. m. 8—Masada Party, Beth David( 8—Miami Community Forum. Temple Israel. 8—Beth Jacob Sisterhood Installation Dinner. 21—American Jewish Congress Luncheon. Ruby Foo's. 1 p.m. 21—American Jewish Congress, mah jongg and luncheon, at Ruby Foo's. 22—Miami Community Forum. Temple Israel. 22—National Council Jewish Women card and mah jongg party at home of Mrs. Bernard B. Berkeley, Children's Aid Benefit 25—Y. M. H. A. Cavalcade ot Stars. 26—Dedication of buildings and grounds, including laying of cornerstone of new laboratory of National Children's Cardiac Home. FEBRUARY 4—Miami Community Forum. Temple Israel. 19—Miami Community Forum. Temple Israel. 23—Beth David Sisterhood PrcPnrim Ball. Civic Center. 8:30 p. m. 26—Jewish Welfare Bureau Night of Stars, Olympia Theatre. MARCH 5—Miami Community Forum Temple Israel. FREEDOM'S BIRTH Continued from Page 9 Mattathias "who are stronger than lions, quicker than eagles and more daring than bears." advised Antiochus to muster his full army. Strengthened by the new recruits. Bagras succeeded in recapturing Jerusalem. But once again the five sons of Mattathias — Judah. Simon Johanan. Jonathan and Eliezar— rallied their forces and led them against the enemy. Judah and Eliezar both fell in combat, but Mattathias replaced them in the field. The Jewish forces gained an easy victory, and pursued Antiochus to the sea. where he drowned himself. "Thereupon the children of Israel went up to the sanctuary, and built the gates and cleansed the sanctuary from the slain and from the pollution. And they sought after pure olive oil in order to light the lamps, and thev did not find anything but one bottle, sealed with the seal of the High Priest, from the time of the Prophet Samuel. Therein was sufficient for the lighting of one day; but the Lord of heavens. who caused His name to dwell there, gave a blessing therein, and they lit with it the lamps for eight days. Therefore thl Hasmoneans ordained and enjoined upon them and the children of Israel to make it known to the children of Israel, that they should keep those eight days with mirth and gladness, similar to fhc days of festivals prescribed in the Law: to light the lamps, so as to make it known to those that may come after them, that their God had wrought salvation to them from heaven Therefore the children of Israel keep those days in all the Diaspora and call them days of mirth from the 25th day of Kislev." CHANUKA PARTY IS WELL ATTENDED tine; a talk by Rabbi Colman A Zwitman; vocal selections by Lillie Brill; songs and accordion selections by Lillian Marcus. Mr. Nathan Bookstein of New York City was toastmaster for the evening. Over 300 members and friends attended the Chanuka Latke party under the auspices of the Pioneer Women of Palestine of Miami Beach, Club No. 2 and the Jewish Workers Alliance of America. Bialek Branch No. 290. at the Biscayne Collins Hotel. Sunday evening. Dec. 22. Chairman of the affair was Mrs. Rose Dechowitz. The program for the evening included Miss Goocllow, guest speaker direct from PalesSEASON'S GREETINGS W. B. LEEDY & CO. DUKE BAIRD 1301 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3661 WINS FRATERNITY HONOR To Our Many Friends A Most Happy Chanuka Season MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER AND FAMILY ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY Gentle Riding Hones E. J. ALBERT & SON 13675 N. E. Sth Avenue REASONABLE RATES SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Friends and Patrons Kautzmann-Vernet Lumber Co. F. H. KAUTZMANN SEASON'S GREETINGS W. PAUL MEREDITH LAND SURVEYOR AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER 808 N. W. 75th St. Ph. 7-4727 -nsi/-e ^ MODERN PAINTING COMPANY FRED J. WALKER 2214 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-8023 SEASON'S GREETINGS J. W. WATSON. JR. To Our Many Friends—It Is With Pleasure Wa Extend SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI PHYSICAL THERAPY CENTRE 1150 S. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-8416 GREETINGS W J K NO X Civil Engineer and Surveyor Miami Springs GRAHAM AUTOMOBILE SERVICE A. E. DETWILER. Mgr. PHONE 3-6097 1412 N. E. 2nd Arenue SEASONS GREETINGS GIBBS OIL BURNERS CHAS. GIBBS Phone 3-8785 1352 N. E. 1st Avenue SEASON'S GREETINGS BUCK'S TOP 8c BODY SHOP 116 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 2-0656 SEASONS GREETINGS To All Our Patrons and Friends COLLINS TRANSPORT & TRADING. INC. PHONE 3-0789 132 N. E. 11th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY McLEOD SEASON'S GREETINGS 734 Lincoln Road t/(/l*>4e4&u 6 Miami Beach To My Many Friends BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA WARREN H. CASH 201 N W. 1st Court • HONE 24M81 100 State Highway PHONE Highwa 4-8523 SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Friend* and Client* WALTER M PIERCE, Manager MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. du Pont Building MIAMI, FLORIDA CLARENCE E. PICKETT Executive Secretary of the American Friends Service Committee, Mr. Pickett will be presented with the Annual Award of .'i Lambda Phi national collegiate fraternity, as the one "who, during the past year, has most convincingly achieved world-wide recognition as in exponent of true humaoitarianism and brotherhood." The honor was conferred at the fraternity's national conference in New York City last Sunday. Happy Chanuka Greetings to Our Friends and Patrons J. FRANK VANN 1242 North Miami Avenus Fleetwood Refrigerators and Market Picture* BISCAYNE TROPICAL GARDENS NURSERY 529 N. E. 107th Street Nursery Address 10730 N. E. 6th Avenue Nature can restore faith lost in man. Nature goes on forever building, revealing the wonders of God's handiwork. A large selection of shrubs. Tinas, shad* and fruit trees to beautify your bone. PHONE 7-4088 HOWARD JOHNSON'S Ace QAexun MiaftfieA and EeiiauAcuil 1100 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI 1631 W. Flagler St. ERNEST M. LANIER AND ASSOCIATES • EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES SEASONS GREETINGS That the coming year may be one of great prosperity and happiness for all our Jewish Friends and Patrons is the sincere wish ot DIX.IWE Cs



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^y, DECEMBER 27, 1940 (Continued from Page 18) la, unable to attend to visit htion is extended to those who U any time wnilu in rlando Ameng the guests last Sunday, in addition to the members of Ohtv Shalom and Central Florida friends, were the ministers + knitflkridlan PAGE NINETEEN J Sincere Holiday Greeting* TAMNE Y GROCERY AND • MARKET 501 W. South Phone 9279 ORLANDO, FLA. of the Orlando and Winter Park churches and officials of the Orlando Rotary Club of which Rabbi Skop is chairman of the International committee. AUXILIARY SPONSORS LECTURE SERIES Under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation Rabbi Skop will deliver a series of three lectures on Wednesday evenings at his home on the subject, "The Teachings of Modern Psychology and the Jewish Child." The first lecture will be on Jan. 8th at 8 p. m. HOLIDAY GREETINGS HARPER'S PLUMBING & HEATING CO. REPAIR SERVICE York Air Conditioning 2313 N. Orange Avenue PHONE 7442 ORLANDO, FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS LANTZ ELECTRIC CO. 64 W. Pine Phone 4253 ORLANDO. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS TILLER'S GARAGE 54 W. Pine Phone 4803 ORLANDO, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS CENTRAL STORAGE 4 SERVICE GARAGE 70 W. Central Ave. Ph. 3361 ORLANDO, FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS STUCKIE PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC. 17 Carolina Ct. Phone 7543 i ORLANDO. FLA. -— 1 Sincere Holiday Greetings SOUTH POLE FISH & POULTRY MARKET Seafoods in Season Wholesale Retail Fresh Dressed Poultry 818 S. Pdrramore Ph. 6737 ORLANDO. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings ALLIED PARTS CO. AUTO PARTS 314 W. Pine Phone 8651 ORLAKDO. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS BANDY PRINTING CO. S. DIXIE HIGHWAY PHONE 3966 ORLANDO. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO. MOVING 135 N. Main ALL LOANS INSURED Phone 5286 ORLANDO. FLORIDA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS CENTRAL CIGAR & TOBACCO CO. 630 West Central ORLANDO. FLORIDA Sarasota, Florida Sincere Holiday Greetings RICHARD'S ELECTRIC CO. 811 Main Street SARASOTA, FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS CHADWICK FISHERIES HOG CREEK SARASOTA, FLA. BENJAMIN SAMUELS B'nai B'rith Convention Head HOLIDAY GREETINGS FAS STANDARD SERVICE STATION Church it Parramore Ph. 9171 ORLANDO, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS from A FRIEND Sincere Holiday Greetings WORDEN'S AMOCO SERVICE STATION We Feature Rock a Car Lubrication 200 W. Robinson Ph. 5200 ORLANDO, FLA. SEASONS GREETINGS I. S. POPE ELECTRIC CONTRACTOR 222 S. Rosalind Ave. PHONE 3768 ORLANDO. FLA. CO. HOLIDAY GREETINGS THOMAS LUMBER 231 W. Gore Avenue ORLANDO. FLORIDA SINCERE HOLIDAY OREETINGS ORLANDO ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS APPROVED ROOFERS FOR THE APPLICATION OF BARBER OENASCO BONDED ROOFS *•• with tht Vital Bl.mtnt—Trinid.d Nativt Lak. Asphalt PHONE 334 th Vital Element NORTH EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO. FLORIDA Sincere Holiday Greetings JACOB BURKHARD PLUMBING 330 N. Garland PHONE 3323 ORLANDO, FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS GAUL JACKSON ORLANDO. FLORIDA Sincere Holiday Greetings SUMMER'S SERVICE STATION 10th and Central Avenue SARASOTA, FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS GREEN S WOOD YARD Central Avenue SARASOTA. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings ALDRICH CLEANERS & DYERS PHONE 7730 Office, 132 N. Pineapple Ave. Plant, 453 W. 11th Street SARASOTA. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings PAUL'S GARAGE 176 — 6th Street SARASOTA, FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings THACKER & VAN GILDER FUNERAL DIRECTORS 142 N. Orange Avenue Phone 2051 SARASOTA, FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS BLOSSOM SHOP "YOUR FLORIST" 241 Main Street SARASOTA. FLA. Fort Pierce HOLIDAY GREETINGS JONES TAXI SERVICE Orange Ave. and 3rd St. PHONE 125 FT. PIERCE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS Blue Doll Beautv Shop All Branches of Beauty Culture Antoinette O'Brien. Prop. 202 S. 2nd St. Phone 343 Opposite Sunrise Theatre FT. PIERCE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TAYLOR'S SODA SHOP Arcade Bldg. Phone 9121 Sincere Holiday Greetings SERVICE PRINTING CO. FT. PIERCE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS HARRIS HAYNES INSURANCE CO. 206 Orange Ave. Phone 640 FT. PIERCE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS T. A. MURPHY REAL ESTATE 222 Orange Ave. Phone 275 FT. PIERCE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS JOHNNY'S GULF SERVICE FT. PIERCE. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS BUSH SUNDRIES Ave. D Phone 9143 FT. PIERCE. FLA.



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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1940 fJenistifhridian PAGE FIVI CHIT Y Miss Millicent Roth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, left Sunday by Silver Meteor for Glennville. Ga., to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen and family. Miss Roth will also visit in Brunswick and Savannah, where she will attend the A. Z. A. convention. • • • The newly organised Miami Chapter of Masada is planning a gala bunco party for Wednesday. January 8, 1941, which will take place in Beth David Auditorium. Tickets for admission are only 25 cents and can be obtained from any member of the organization. Refreshments will be served and prizes will be awarded. Harry Bear, social and athletic chairman, is in charge of the program. • • • Francis P. Locke of the Miami Daily News, will address the Spinoza Forum this Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m. at 11th St. between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive. His topic will be "America and the War." Next Monday morning at 10:30, Mr. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will give his ninth address on "Music for the Laymen." Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock Dr. Israel Schmid will lecture on •Health." Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock Mr. Lawrence Schlechter will speak on "The Earth Among the Stars." General discussion follows every lecture and Dr. Abraham Wolfson presides. OVERSEAS TRANSPORTATION CO. Extend Best Wishes for I HAPPY CHANUKA 236 S. W. N. River Drive MIAMI. FLORIDA A REAL HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES OUR JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY SEASON'S GREETINGS O'QUINN'S "We Sell Everything" S. W. 32nd Ave. and 23rd St. Phone 4-9211 Season's Greetinas To All Our Jewish Friends MIAMI BEACH EMPLOYMENT BUREAU 1230 8th Street Phone 51700 Senior Hadassah is sponsoring sewing circles every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. beginning Jan. 7th at Beth Jacob synagogue for the benefit of refugees of Palestine. Mrs. Samuel Katz, chairman, and Mrs. Louis Groner, co-chairman, urgently request all women to cooperate in this worthy cause by attending these classes and are also asking the loan of portable sewing machines. e e • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Siegel announce the birth of a son Monday, December 23rd, at Jackson Memorial hospital. • • • The wedding of Miss Olive Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, to Mr. Sherwood Lavine, son of Mrs. I. A. Lavine, will take place Sunday, December 29th at 4:00 p. m. at Beth David synagogue, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. After a honeymoon trip, the couple will reside at 2945 S. W. 27th Terrace. GREETINGS ROBBINS WAREHOUSING and DIST. CO. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-0480 CHANUKA GREETINGS SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INS. CO. Postal Building T. S. Cook SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Many Friends STANDARD Wholesale Grocery Co. PHONE 2-1422 149 N. E. 10th Street To Our Many Jewish Friends HAPPY CHANUKA PHONE 4-3114 For Raw and Pasteurized Products W. H. Thomas Dairy <>01 S W. 0th Avenue Season's Greetings To All My Jewish Friends Miss Helen G. Warner BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA S U T T O N JEWELRY CO. Successor to "Whaler's THE OLDEST" JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flaaler Street PHONE 2-5996 Mrs. Sidney Goldstein was Miss Shirley Haimes before her marriage Sunday at Beth David Congregation. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Haimes. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY CO. E. W. CARTER 2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive Phone 54706 Best Wishes For A Happy Chanuka Miami Armature Works 565 N. W. 5th Street Ph. 24749 THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. F.. A. PETERSON. Dit. Mflr. Printed Forms and Systems for Every Business Requirement Nationally Known Nationally t'sed TELEPHONE 4-4240 P. O. Box 4473. Coral Gables SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Good Jewish Friends and Customers MRS. NATT'S BAKERY 55 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 7-1649 SEASONS GREETINGS Your Satisfaction— —Our Pleasure Norton & McCormick EMBROIDERY 610 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-5224 SEASON'S GREETINGS NICHOLSON PAINT CO. 218 Alton Rd. Ph. 5-1479 Plant at 29th St. and N. W. North River Drive SEASON'S GREETINGS To All My Jewish Patrons and Friends McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. 169 N. E. 62nd Street Ph. 7-1667 Miami. Fla. Best Wishes For A Happy Chanuka H. B. NICHELSON 822 DuPont Bldg. Phone 32169 Season's Greetings Huskamp Motor Co. FORD DEALER 242 Alhambra Circle Ph. 42566 Coral Gables Season's Greetings MALVESTUTO & SON WOMEN'S APPAREL 131 Coral Way Ph. 4-3123 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA MUZAK Telephone 5-2822 Sincere Wishes to Our Jewish Friends For A HAPPY CHANUKA PEPPER & COFFRIN Inc. PHONE 2-3016 Ingraham Building Best Wishes For A HAPPY CHANUKA DONALD G. SMITH IRVIN KORACH Best Wishes For A HAPPY CHANUKA Stanley's Jewelers 240 5th Street Phone 52236 SEASONS GREETINGS "If It's Dulaney's—It's Delicious" DULANEY'S MARKET DULANEY'S. INC. 441 41st Street 325 71st Street PHONE 5-5391 PHONE 6-2442 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS THE SOUTHERN LAUNDRY 555 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 3-3151 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS JOHN W. ROLUNS PAVING CONTRACTOR 260 N. E. 99th Street Phone 7-1486 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS COCONUT GROVE BOAT WORKS. INC. 2550 S. Bayshore Drive Phone 4-2589 COMPLIMENTS OF NATIONAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO. E. C. THRALL FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-6165 CORAL GABLES SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO 301 Northwest 29th Street CHANUKA GREETINGS RE-OPENING OLD HEIDELBERG 151 S. E. SECOND STREET



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PAGE TWENTY FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27 1940 / \ CouHny. The Ntionl Jtwilh Monthly nd may the New Year bring us the blessings of Lakeland, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS WHITE DILLARD SERVICE STATION 130 N. Massachusetts Ave. PHONE 38-522 LAKELAND. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings FLORIDA CAB COMPANY DIAL 4603 LAKELAND. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS FLORIDA SHEET METAL WORKS J. J. HARPER. Mgr. 326 N. Fla. Are. Ph. 23-833 LAKELAND. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS REED'S SERVICE STATION 220 W. Main Phone 38-914 LAKELAND. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings WHITMORE'S SERVICE STATION Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires Main and Florida Avenues Phone 37-581 LAKELAND. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS BRYANT ELECTRIC SERVICE 1M East Main Street Phone 28-141 LAKELAND. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GREGG'S HOME OF FLOWERS 307 S. Florida Avenue Phone 36-784 LAKELAND. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS HOLLAND'S TRANSFER 602 N. Florida Avenue Phone 38-321 LAKELAND. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings CARL HART AUTO BODY SERVICE Authorised Duco Service 623 W. Lemon Phone 38-641 LAKELAND. FLA. Sincere Holiday Greetings THE HOME BAKERY 842 E. Main Phone 22-661 LAKELAND. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS JOHN TEMPLIN LUMBER CO. • 919 E. ROM Phone 28-681 LAKELAND. FLA. DEPORTATION OF JEWS CONFIRMED London (WNS-Palcor Agency" —The mystery injected by the censor's deletion of all details into the two-day strike last week by Haifa's Jewish Population | has now been cleared up, as definite word was permitted to be sent from Palestine confirming the suspected deportation from that country of a group of Jewish refugees. On the preceding Sunday. December 8, the government without previous announcement, had placed on board two small but well-equipped vessels 1.584 socalled illegal Jewish refugees who had been detained at the camp in Athlit since their arrival from Europe some time ago on the steamer Atlantis. They were bound for some British possession — probably the Island of Mauuitius. to which it had been intended to send the Patria passengers before the additional hardships imposed on the survivors of the sinking of that vessel caused the authorities to permit them to remain in Palestine. The plan, as announced, is to keep the deportees at their new destination until the end of the war. The purpose of the censor's deletions about the strike was to make certain that the outside world could complain only of a fait accompli, no action could be taken. The government decided on this course in view of the! storm of protest that had been aroused both in England and in the United States before the scheduled date for the Patria's intended sailing. The deportation, the first to be carried out since the government's communique on Nov. 21 announcing its intention to take such action "regarding further partiess which succeed in reaching Palestine with a view to entering illegally." revealed clearly the governments intention to carry out this policy. Sir Arthur Salter, parliamentary secretary to the ministry of shipping, again insisted that the government considers it urgent to deport all illegal immigrans from Palestine under present war conditions. Meanwhile this government policy was denounced in the latest issue of the New Judea, official organ of the World Zionist Organization published here monthly. The deportation of refugees who have endured such hardship in ther months of harrowing escape from Nazi persecution only to find themselves unwelcome when they finally reach their destination, the Jewish Natonal Home which they had been assured by their local authorities would admit them, is characterized a "cruel action." SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS I. E. H. DORSETT PLUMBING and HEATING Repair Work a Specialty Prompt Day and Night Service OIL BURNER SERVICE S07 S. Florida Avenue LAKELAND. FLORIDA Phone 33-221 SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS W. W. JONES COMPANY TAMPA. FLA. Tampa, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS E. G. HAUER PLUMBER 4218 Riverside Phone 4815 TAMPA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS DEAN W. CAMPBELL SERVICE STATION Howard 8c Grand Central Ave. Phone H 1123 TAMPA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS ZACK STREET AUTO SERVICE 113 Zack Phone 3288 TAMPA. FLA. Sincere Season's Greetingi MERCURY PRINTING CO. JOHN W. NESTLER 710 Ashley Ph one 351* TAMPA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS SAFFOLDI BROTHERSJ PRODUCE CO. Wash, and East Phone 4S2|| TAMPA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS SOUTH FLORIDA ORNAMENTAL IRON & WIRE CO. 405 S. Florida Avenue Phone M-61-574 TAMPA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS CENTRAL OIL CO.. INC. TAMPA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS MIKE'S GARAGE ISth and 8th Avenue Phone 41182 TAMPA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS J.W. & COMPANY BOX MANUFACTURERS TAMPA. FLA. Ill HOLIDAY GREETINGS COCHRAN SERVICE CO. BATTERIES Jackson Phone 3854 TAMPA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TAMPA SHEET METAL WORKS. INC. 1402 Grand Central Avt. Phone H 1943 TAMPA. FLA. OWN BUILDING JOSEF Everett ORGATRON Pianos PLENTY PARKING SPACE C. ZUKOR e Picture Framing i BETTER PIANOS CHEAPER' 123 South Franklin Street Tampa. Florida SEASONS GREETINGS TAMPA THEATRE TAMPA FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS SELZ BROKERAGE TAMPA. FLORIDA CO I HOLIDAY GREETINGS POLAR ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. 3 • 5th Phone M12M TAMPA. FLORIDA