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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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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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VOLUME 14No. 50
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941
BILL OF RIGHTS
DAY OBSERVED
II LOCAL JEWRY
New York (WNS)Mayors of
86 cities in the United States and
Governors of 19 states have
issued the American Re-dedica-
tion to Liberty presented by the
Bill of Rights Sesqui-Centennial
Committee. Declaring that "there
are those who abrogate freedom,
create tyranny through bigotry,
and destroy the basic American
concept that all men are created
equal." and that "against such
attempts to overthrow or whittle
away their fundamental rights,
'the American people must stand
firm, alike in times of peace or
war." these officials have called
on the people in their communi-
ties to observe December 15 as
Bill of Rights Day.
The majority of officials desig-
nating the Day have used the
proclamation entitled "Our Bill
of RightsAn American Dedica-
tion to Liberty" sent out by the
Committee whose honorary
chairman is President Roosevelt
and whose national chairman is
Herbert Bayard Swope.
Haym Salomon, the forgotten
Jewish patriot of the American
Revolution, will come into his
own on Dec. 15, in Chicago.
Dedication of the monument
on which his figure stands with
those of George Washington and
Robert Morris, as symbols of
American unity, will be the occa-
sion of a great patriotic demon-
stration. A huge throng of citi-
zens, representing all races and
creeds, is expected to attend the
unveiling ceremony as part of the
national observance of Bill of
Rights Day.
PRICE 10 CENTS
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MAIN SPEAKER
AT
HON. GEORGE E. HOLT WILL
DELIVER ADDRESS AT YMHA
The Hon. George E. Holt. Judge
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, will be the principal
speaker at the Y. M. H. A. Wed-
nesday evening, December 17,
upon U>e occasion of the one hun-
dred fiftieth anniversary of the
Bill of Rights.
An excellent program has been
prepared by Maurice Grossman,
Executive Director, to comemor-
ate this great occasion.
In addition to Judge Holt, the
program consists of a sketch by
the A. Z. A. boys depicting the
signing of the Bill of Rights and
a talk by Burnett Roth on
Chanuka and the Bill of Rights.
Through the courtesy of Miss
Bertha Foster. Dean of the School
of Music of the University of
Miami, the student string quartet
will render musical selections
that were composed on or about
the time that the Bill of Rights
was established.
Joseph A. Berman. Chairman
of the Board of Directors, will be
the Master of Ceremonies.
FLASH
The America First Commit-
tee will be dissolved according
to announcement made by
General Wood, head of the
group, Thursday night.
JAPANESE IKE
ASK PRESIDENT EXPLORE
RESETTLEMENT POSSIBILITIES
Buenos Aires (WNS)-A check
for S80.000. contributed by Ar-
gentine Jews for British war re-
lief, was presented to Sir Esmond
Ovey. British Ambassador.
Shocked as we are by America^ entry into the war
we must not lose our perspective. Our daily hves; imtet
go on. Our daily tasks must be performed. WE MUbl
toGSte of the European conflict which has been
raging since 1939. the Jews of America ^^TSJSX
moral and material aid to hundreds of thousands who have
become victims of Nazi hatred and oppression
America's participation in the present war makes m
perative a greatW measure of generosity on our part. iHhe
Jewish agencies are to function effectively under war
time conditions. ,. x_:.i. ;n the
Every Jew in Miami must reaffirm hi' fal J ^
democratic way of life by contributrng an mcreasea
amount of money to the 1942 campaign oMhe Greater
Miami Jewish Federation This -"^"^nd overseas
precedented needs of local, n^nea, than anici-
agencies, which will be not less, but greater tn
Paled" Day J. Apte, Chairman
^SrXa'r.ewi.h Federal
London (WNS ) Japanese
troops invaded the International
Settlement in Shanghai and ar-
rested hundreds of the 22.000
Jewish refugees in Shanghai, the
Nazi radio reported. The hap-
less refugees, orginally from Ger-
many and Poland, were accused
of sabotage and of pro-American
and pro-British sympathies.
A report received here from
Stockholm stated that Nazi Ges-
tapo officials have asked the
Japanese High Command to turn
over to them scores of German
Jewish refugees in Shanghai, who
are prominent anti-Nazis. That
the Japanese would comply with
the Nazi request was a foregone
conclusion.
Included among the trapped
Jewish refugees at Shanghai are
several who are wanted by the
Gestapo but were able to flee
Germany. Neutral sources here
feared that the fate of these re-
fugees was now sealed.
The declaration of war by the
United States served to raise to
tremendously the morale of the
British people. The feeling is I ton
dominant here that the combina-
tion of the United States, Grea
Britain and Soviet Russia will
make short shrift of the Axis
powers.
New York (WNS)Any post-
war refugee rehabilitation pro-
gram based upon President
Roosevelt's "four freedoms" and
the Atlantic charter, will be
doomed to failure unless the
United States joins with Great
Britain in furthering the de-
velopment of the Jewish home-
land in Palestine, it was declared
in a resolution adopted by 650
Jewish leaders at a Palestine war
emergency conference convened
at the Plaza Hotel under the
auspices of the Greater New
York United Palestine Appeal.
Stressing that Palestine has
been a foremost haven for
refugees, having provided a per-
manent home for more than 300.-
000 Jews from Central and
Eastern Europe during the period
since 1933. the resolution called
upon President Roosevelt to in-
struct the Intergovernmental
Committee on Refugees to ex-
plore the possibilities for future
settlement in Palestine as the
foundation for a large-scale
colonization program for hun-
dreds of thousands who will re-
quire rehabilitation when the
war has come to an end.
In another resolution the
United Palestine Appeal Con-
ference, which was convened to
consider the war problems con-
fronting the 550.000 Jews in
Palestine, expressed disappoint-
ment in the failure of the British
Government "to call into being a
specifically Jewish military
force." and addressed to the
British Ambassador at Washing-
"an urgent request that as
a matter of expediency in the
prosecution of the war, as well
as justice to the Jews as a people,
the establishment of such a force
be forthwith undertaken."
Dr. Abraham L. Sacher nation-
al director of B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation will be the main
speaker at the annual installa-
tion banquet of Sholom Lodge
B'nai B'rith to be given Sunday
evening. Dec. 21. The affair will
take place at the Evans Hotel,
Miami Beach and is expected to
draw a capacity crowd which is
limited to 400 as Dr. Sacher is a
nationally known figure and re-
knowned for his oratory.
Officers to be installed will in-
clude both the men and women's
divisions of Sholom Lodge which
wore elected last Tuesday eve-
ning. Officers which will serve
the order for the ensuing year
are Burnett Roth, president;
Louis Heiman. 1st vice president;
Milton A. Friedman. 2nd vice
president: Harold Turk, treasur-
er: Walter Kovner. recording sec-
retary; Sam Silver, financial sec-
retary; Abe Aronovitz, monitor:
Dr. Alex Kushner, assistant
monitor; Maurice C r o m e r.
warden; Marty Milstein,
guardian; Leo Eisenstein, three
year trustee; Jack Abbott, Al
Pallott and Carl Weinkle. one
year trustees. Holdover trustees
are Albert E. Berkeley and Rudy
R. Adler.
Newly elected officers of the
women's division are Mrs.
Jennie Rotfort reelected presi-
dent; Mrs. Maurice Grossman. 1st
vice president Mrs. Louis Hei-
man. 2nd vice president: Mrs. S.
B. Miller, treasurer; Mrs. Burnett
Roth, financial secretary; Mrs.
Barney Goodman, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. William Boxer-
man, recording secretary; Mrs. I.
Levin, monitor. Members of the
board of directors are Mrs. Sol
Goldstrom, Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs.
Leo Eisenstein. Mrs. J. J. Ber-
man. Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs. Al
Pallot, Mrs. Benjamin Landau.
Mrs. James Leonard. Mrs. Milton
Friedman and Mrs. Sam Silver.
EXPRESS FEAR OVER FATE
OF REFUGEES IN SHANGHAI
Washington (WNS)Fear was
expressed in diplomatic circles
here over the fate of more than
22.000 European Jewish refugees
stranded in Shanghai, as the U.
S. Government mobilized its
armed might to reply to Japan's
wanton attack of American terri-
tory.
Shortly after Japan unleashed
its unprovoked attack, American
Jewish leaders pledged complete
and unequivocal support to Presi-
dent Roosevelt and the U. S. Gov-
ernment. Jewish organizations
adopted resolutions pledging full
support to the American war ef-
fort.
It was believed here that most
of the estimated 200 Jews in
Japan had managed to leave the
country before the war started.
There are approximately 800
Jewish refugees in the Philip-
pines, one of the key areas in the
war.
The 22.000 Jewish refugees in
Shanghai are. for the most part,
from Germany and Poland.


PAGE TWO
*JeHisti ncrkiian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1941
Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
The Annual Membership Tea
welcoming new Sisterhood mem-
bers, and tendered in honor of
all members of the Temple Israel
Sisterhood, will be held on Tues-
day. December 16th. at 2:00 p.
m. in Kaplan Hall. Temple Israel.
An interesting cultural and social
program is to be presented in
keeping with the Chanukah
spirit, including a musical recital
by Evelyn Raff. Mrs. Raff will
present a repertoire of Mendel-
sohn's arias, as well as other ap-
propriate selections. She will be
accompanied by Miss Edith
Freeman. The business meeting
will be presided over by Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis, with brief reports
given by Mrs. Morris Plant,
chairman of the School Board.
Mrs. Samuel Katz. chairman of
Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing.
Mrs. Philip Weinstein. chairman
of the Sisterhood Braille group
and Mrs. Janette Jacobs, co-chair-
man of the Temple Israel
Bazaar, under Sisterhood spon-
sorship, who will report on the
progress of preparations for the
Bazaar, which will take place on
Feb. 10th and 11th. Following the
business meeting, a Chanukah
skit will be presented with Mrs
Harry Rubin. Mrs. Hyland Rifas.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Mrs. Irving
Greenfield and Mrs Harry Wohl
participating. Mrs. Jacob H.
Kaplan will give the opening
prayer, and Rabbi Colman A.
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The marriage 01 Miss Bernice Miller to Mr. Bernard Greenstein
will be an event of Sunday afternoon at a private ceremony to be
held in the study of the home of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who
will officiate.
The bride and groom will be given away by their parents. Best
man will be the brother of the groom. Mr. Sam Greenstein and
maid of honor will be Miss Edith Roberts
Miss Miller is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller of 1636
S. W. 19th Street. She is a graduate of Miami Senior High School
and for the past several years has been a member of the staff of
The Jewish Floridian.
Mr. Greenstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Greenstein of Knox-
ville. Term, and former residents of Miami, is a member of the
United States Army.
After a honeymoon trip through the state, Mr. Greenstein will
return to Ft. Benning, Georgia, where he is stationed.
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Zwitman will give a brief ad-
dress on the Festival of Chan-
ukah. The meeting will be fol-
lowed by a social hour with Mrs.
Max Orovitz in charge of refresh-
ments, and the new members will
be welcomed by the hospitality
committee, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Herbert A. Simon.
The Sisterhood membership
drive this year was under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Frank
Coret, with Mrs. Norman Ross-
man as co-chairman. They were
assisted by Mrs. Max Steuer. Mrs. I
Rose Raff. Mrs. Philip Weinstein.
Mrs. Bertram Raff. Mrs. Morton
Russack. Mrs. Sam Zinkow, Mrs.
E. Max Goldstein. Mrs. Leonard
Epstein. Mrs Harry Nevins. Mrs.
J. E. Friihling. Mrs. Henry
Kauffman. Mrs. Harry Kerzin.

Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, general j
chairman of the Women's Divi-1
sion of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation 1942 Campaign, will
be hostess to captains and co- j
captains who will head teams
during the forthcoming drive.!
Among those who have been in-1
vited to attend the affair to be '
held Wednesday evening. Dec. j
17th are for Miami: Mrs. Albert I
E. Berkeley. Mrs. George Chert-1
kof, Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs.
Charles Greenstein, Mrs. Leo
Hohauser, Mrs. L. Jacobs, Mrs.
M. Jacobs, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan,
Mrs. H. Klein, Mrs. Sanford
Kramer. Mrs. Samuel Luby. Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, Mrs. Harry
Orlin. Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, Mrs.
Max Pepper. Mrs. Harry Rubin,
Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz. Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
Mrs. J. Shaeffer, Mrs. Herman
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Sarah Berman. Mrs. Walter
Bronston. Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs.
Elias Freidus, Mrs. Edward
Friedman. Mrs. Lillian Gottes-
man, Mrs. Murry Grossman,
Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Norman
Leibling. Mrs. Sam Levine, Mrs.
Benjamin London, Mrs. Sol
Lutsky. Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs.
Harold Rand, Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Mrs. Lew Stark, Mrs. Milton
Travers. Mrs. Joseph Williamson.
An outline of the tasks to be per-
formed by the division in the
drive starting January 18th will
be presented.

A special cultural and patriotic
meeting will be held by the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Syna-
gogue on Tuesday night, at 8 p.
m. in the auditorium of the new
synagogue The program will be
highlighted by the presentation
of the American Flag by the
Frieda Markowitz Post to the
Synagogue. Mr. George Chertkof
will preside. Mr. Herbert U.
Fiebleman will present an ad-
dress in commeration of the 150
Anni%-ersary of the adoption of
the Bill of Rights. Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kellner will- speak on
the subject. Right Makes Might.
Refreshments will be served.

"War in the Orient" will be the
subject of a talk by Eunice
Tietjens. former war correspon-
dent, at the Forum, sponsored by
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, on Friday,
Dec. 12. 2 p. m. in the Miami
Beach Elk's Club, 720 West Ave.
During the last war Eunice
Tietjens was war correspondent
in France for the Chicago Daily
News. She was raised in Europe
and has lived in both China and
Japan. In addition to several
schoolbooks on China and
Japan. Miss Tietjens wrote
"Profiles from China" and
"Poetry of the Orient." and has
contributed articles on China and
Japan to "Asia* and other maga-
zines. A book review on "Two
Way Passage" by Louis Adamic
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periods will follow both talks
Mrs. Arthur Rabe will be chair-
man for the afternoon. On Dec
19 Forum will give a Chanukah
party with Mrs. Moses Krieger
as chairman.

At the Chanukah celebration
of the Bialik Branch of the
Jewish National Workers Al-
liance jointly with the Pioneers
Women's Organization No. 1 for
Palestine, cantor Louis Hayman,
will render a number of tradi-
tional Chanukah songs and
melodies. A traditional Chanuka
meal will be served. The celebra-
tion will take place Sunday. Dec
14, 8:30 p. m. at the Surf Hotel',
444 Ocean Drive. M. B.

Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor a Chanukah Carnival for
the Sunday School students, their
parents, members and friends
Sunday from 3 to 7 p. m. Mrs.
Sam Dickson is serving as chair-
man, and Mrs. Dave Washer as
co-chairman. Games and a
variety of refreshments make up
the program. Mrs. Dickson will
be assisted by the Sunday School
faculty and Board of Directors.

The Miami Beach Mizrachi
Organization will hold its annual
Chanukah Latkeh party at the
Park Central Hotel Sunday night.
An unusual program will be pre-
sented. Games will be played.
The arrangements committee is
headed by Mrs. A. R. Berow,
Mrs. F. Kalsteln, and Mr. M.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1941
Jewist) fteridliain
PAGE THREE
KING'S.. *M*
KOMMENTS e
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
A sign in the tailor shop
Makes you think and stop
It says in bold black ink
"Friends what do you think
We clean clothes for nothing."
Ordinarily that would be something
To get its jist and its wit
Depends how you read it
Those very thoughts in your good head
Like other things that's said and read
Can be glad and sad
Also be good or bad
Theres two sides to a story
Consider them bothadd glory
To yourself and all of those
Who otherwise would be your foes
Don't see it just your way
And have everyone say
He's very narrow that fellow
Not to him can you say hello
For he'd be sure to take it wrong
Just as sure as the day is long
Tis possible 'twas with best of intention.
Take it manlywhen called to attention.
MIAMI
Zionist])^ District
By Louis Heiman, Pres.
King heard that plans for a
new synagogue in the southwest
are being formulated and another
Talmud Torah too .
Exception was taken to King's
remarks la*t week about the
Vaad on Miami Beach which
is not the first exception that
has been taken to King's
Komments of various and sundry
items. 'Til true that people are
too prone to criticixe and more so
when a body as the Vaad is con-
cerned. It has been the control-
ling body of Kashrus for the
butchers exercising a rather
forceful arm and with the in-
sistence of Kashruth by the
butchers of the beach for the
people of that city 'Tis no
more than fair to say that the
present Vaad is and has caused
a vast improvement over any-
thing of similar nature in the
past. The dominant factor of
course lies in that it is a shul pro-
ject financially sponsored by
synagogue which provides any
deficit not covered by the re-
ceipts obtained from the metal
rings on each fowl and charged
to the public.
King hears news about the
candidacy of one of our boys on
the political front anything
brought Ho light and confirmed
will be made available.
The first meeting under the
newly elected administration of
the Miami Zionist District has
come and gone, and we believe
that we are on the road to suc-
cess.
On Wednesday night, Decem-
ber 3rd. 1941, an interesting pro-
gram was presented at the Hotel
Evans, Miami Beach, Florida.
Outstanding on the program was
a debate, the subject being,
"Resolved, That no American
Jew should be a Zionist". The
debaters for the affirmative were
Jerome Weinkle and Milton Was-
man, while the debaters for the
negative were Harry Simonhoff
and Louis Heiman. Needless to
say, the debate was won by the
negative side with everyone de-
parting convinced that every
American Jew should be a Zion-
ist. In fact, Jerome Weinkle and
Milton Wasman, who debated
against the Zionists, are each
ardent Zionists themselves and
merely participated in the debate
for the purpose of bringing for-
ward objections sometimes raised
to the Zionist movement which
were easily answered by the
Zionist side. There was an ex-
cellent turnout for the meeting,
and many of those present par-
ticipated in the open forum
which followed the debate.
Included in the program was
also a piano solo by Dan Gordon,
concert pianist, and a vocal solo
by Miss Barrett. These solos were
enjoyed by all.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
King was not surprised to see
certain individuals taken in by
the F. B. I. this past week .
They had been watched for the
past five years. Further develop-
ments soon.
Be Calm and Collected
Many new problems have
arisen since last Friday for which
we Americans must prepare and
be ready. President Roosevelt
with his silver tongue clearly
analyzed our situation. The Y.
M. H. A., under the most able
leadership of Maurice Grossman,
our executive director, and Murry
Grossman, our president, have set
set up many programs in con-
nection with national defense that
will unquestionably benefit every
man, woman and child in this
area. You have, do doubt, asked
yourself, "What can I do to help
my country in its present crisis?"
Just phone 3-4012 or come to the
"Y", located at 1567 S. W. 5th
Street and you will be given a
fine opportunity to give service
to your country. Don't delay.
Do it now.
Athletics
Our "Y" Duckpin League will
resume activities Thursday, after
a two weeks vacation. You are
welcome to join up or watch the
fun and rivalry each and every
Thursday starting at 8:30 p. m. at
the Miami Recreation Alleys.
Basketball
Once again our Basketball
Team, led by Manager Lefty
Schemer, trounced the Kiser
Drilling aggregation by the large
score of 41 to 16. to win their
second game in the City Cage
persons interested are urged to
register prior to that time.
Home Camp Reunion
All children between the ages
of 5 and 15 are invited to attend
the annual Chanuka reunion of
the Home Camp on Sunday after-
noon, December 21st at 2 o'clock.
A fine program is being arranged
and refreshments will be served.
Don't forget the Bill of Rights
celebration at the "Y" Wednes-
day night, December 17th.
Best Wishes
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Chairman during the debate, and
his most difficult job was in pre-
venting the audience from doing
violence to Messrs. Weinkle and
Wasman for debating against the
Zionist cause, even though it was
announced on six different occa-
sions during the meeting that
they were ardent Zionists.
Over twenty new members
have joined the District in the
last three weeks and the number
is growing from week to week.
We solicit your help to buy a
Jewish Flag during Flag Week
beginning December 21st in
Greater Miami, the proceeds of
which will be used to purchase
additional land in Palestine
through the instrumentality of
the Jewish National Fund. And
remember the first Wednesday in
every month, henceforth, is the
meeting night of the Miami
Zionist District.
Begin Next Thursday Afternoon
Sessions of the Arts and Crafts
Class for adults will commence
next Thursday afternoon. Decem-
ber 18th, at 2 o'clock at the Y.
M. H. A. clubrooms, under the
direction of Edgar Copp. All
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10938 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 7-9248
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DINNERS
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 50
The Fight Is On
The fight is on. With the vicious Japanese at-
tack upon the United States has come the be-
ginning of a new era in this war. With it has
come the complete division of the world into
two armed and opposing forces. The struggle
between democracy and totalitarianism has
become truly world encompassing. The end
cannot come now until the forces of Fascism
are totally destroyed and their prisoners freed.
The moment has not been unexpected. For
montns now, Americans have faced the in-
evitability of war. And although the deceitful
manner of attack came as a shock, the oc-
currence brought with it a certain relief. Dif-
ferenies of opinion were swept aside as the die
was cast and Americans settled down to the
task confronting them.
This task requires not only the complete de-
feat of Japan but it calls for the obliteration of
the forces of Nazi evil from the face of the earth.
We are not alone in this task. Our allies are
the peoples of free countries throughout the
world with whom we are irrevocably pledged
to fight to the victorious end. And though i1
may take one year or many years, the deter-
mination and courage of the free peoples of the
world will once again forge a world in which
the right of individuals to liberty, ireedom and
the pursuit of happiness will be a fundamental
and unquestioned guarantee.
that darkness be banished for our people and
that the light of freedom be rekindled for them
and for all humanity for all time.
KINDLING THE LIGHT OF FREEDOM
Down through the corridors of time Jewish
misery, like history, has repeated itself.
Though millions of our people are in the depths
of despair today, their morale remains un-
shaken. The religious and spiritual heritage
of the Jewish people stands firm and intact as
the great arsenal of hope for Jewish survival.
In the midst of the deepest anguish and
torment, the traditional holidays help revive
the faith of those who are the victims and
strengthen the will of those who are called
upon to perform the tasks of rescue. As we
celebrate Chanukah many of us will be struck
by the remarkable similarity between the
events in ancient Jewish history which this
holiday commemorates and the critical posi-
tion of the Jews today.
The Feast of Lights is dramatically symbolic
of Jewish trials and aspirations today. It re-
calls Jewish heroism in the midst of greatest
distress. It expresses the spirit of revival and
renewal, and above all, the ceremony of the
lighting of the candles signifies eternal faith
and re-dedication. In the present crisis when
the pall of darkness has descended upon
many Jewish communities throughout the
world, the simple act of lighting the Chanukah
candles must engrave upon our minds the
basic importance of keeping the light of hope
and faith burning for many Jews caught in the
vise of Nazi oppression and war. The celebra-
tion of Chanukah thereby transcends the re-
ligious sphere and becomes a concrete ex-
pression of the will and resolve of American
Jews to act in the spirit of the Maccabees, to
help free the Jewish people from the shackles
of enslavement and suffering.
Millions are imprisoned in the dungeons of
Nazi Europe. But beyond their walls are Jews
who are re-enacting the heroic exploits of
ancient times. The Jewish soldiers in Palestine
and in the Allied forces elsewhere are making
their contribution to the struggle for democracy
and Jewish survival. As we observe the occa-
by the sacrifice and the courage of the Jews
sion of Chanukah, we shall no doubt be guided
in Europe and in "Palestine to resolve that the
lights of hope shall never be extinguished. The
united will of American Jewry to repair the
ruined structure of Jewish life abroad and
protect its future here is being expressed
through the actions of our people in giving to
federations, authentic appeals, in working for
these causes, in taking part in world-wide en-
deavors.
It is fitting that during the Feast of Lights we
pledge ourselves and our energies to the end
THE BILL OF RIGHTS
The 150th Anniversary of the Bill of Rights,
being celebrated throughout the nation this
month, should be hailed as an important part
of our national defense program. In churches
and schools and town hallswhereever young
and old may gatherthere is now a new re-
surgence of devotion to those fundamental
principles of civil and religious freedom which
have made us the strongest and happiest
people in the world.
In 462 words, taking less than two minutes to
read, the Bill of Rights has been the cement
which has bound together our 130 million
people in a unity that no dictator could ever
achieve after months, or even years, of
thundering tirades.
On this day dedicated to celebrating the
adoption of the Bill of Rights, there will be un-
veiled in Chicago a monument which will com-
memorate along with Washington and Robert
Morris, the Jewish patriot, of the American
Revolution, Haym Salomon.
Haym Salomon was a young immigrant Jew,
who had recently arrived from Poland, at the
time of the outbreak of the American Revolu-
tion. Quickly, he leaped to the fore in a finan-
cial way, becoming one of the men of great
means in the America of his day. It is a com-
monly known fact that the rich of that day, as
a rule, took the Tory or British side in the
American Revolution and even those rich with
American sympathies, were very reluctant
about investigating in the American cause, for
the American cause seemed, even to the very
end of the War of Independence a very
dubious one. It is to the credit of Haym
Salomon's patriotism that he, on the other
hand, not only gave his 'all" to the American
cause in the way of financial assistance, but
as a broker, helped in obtaining the assistance
of foreign countries.
This type of devotion and patriotism, dating
way back, is an illustration of the firm founda-
tion upon which rests the determination today
of the American people to defend the Bills of
Rights. This determination is the driving force
behind our whole National Defense Program.
Knowing this, the Nazis at work in this country
attack it with every trick at their command.
Their strategy is to take advantage of the very
liberties embodied in the Bill of Rights itself
freedom of speech and assemblyto under-
mine the people's confidence in the democratic
system that secures these rights.
We see now how, by every cunning tactic
of terror and deceit, by blackmail and bribery,
sabotage and corruption, the Nazis managed
to set parties, factions, classes and creeds one
against the other in every European country
marked for conquest. And today in America,
Nazi agents are using this same propaganda
weapon of divide and rule. By campaigns of
prejudice against workers, against capitalists,
against Catholics, against Jews, by raising
every false issue that can be trumped-up to
confuse us, they hope we will be led into
abondoning our single-minded purpose of
national defensethe defense of those
precious safeguards against tyranny which
only the people themselves have the power to
destroy.
This week, Dec. 8 to 15, one hundred and
thirty million people throughout the length and
breadth of our land are demonstrating Ameri-
ca's answer. They are serving plain notice
that the propaganda weapon of the Nazis
might just as well be junked. It won't work
here. We are busy building upnot tearing
downthe one defense no tyrant in the world
has ever crackedthe unity of the American
people under the Bill of Rights.
JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
fMu^ Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
THAT JEWISH PROBLEM
That piece by Jerome N. Frank, entitled "Red-White-and
Blue-Herring," in the December 6th Saturday Evening Post has
aroused tremendous excitement among Jews ... It is beinq
called an insult to Jewish religion and culture And strangest
of all is the fact that at one time Judge Frank was a protege of
Judge Julian W. Mack, distinguished Zionist leader, and Justice
Felix Frankfurter, Zionist co-worker* of the late Justice Brandeis
. Incidentally, the Post some months ago refused to consider
an article on the Jewish question by Pierre van Paassen
Have you seen Lewis Browne's piece on "Anti-Semitism in the
United States" in the current issue of Look? The plague of
Jew-hatred, he warns, is spreading in this country of ours, the
carriers being "demagogues mouthing infernal lies" ... Did
you see where Newsweek unearthed a theory, not at all flatter-
ing to the Jewish people, which makes Reinhard Heydrich one of
us? Heydrich, you know, is the Nazi "protector" of Bo-
hemia-Moravia, and if you've been reading the papers you
know that his "protection" is right in line with the Gestapo tra-
dition of "protective custody" Well, it seems that somebody
has discovered that Heydrich's father's real name was Suess,
which is a good German Jewish name .
WAR ECHOES
Hitler's Pet'n'Darlan may be taking orders from Schickl-
gruber without a murmur, but members of the French embassy
staff at Washington are proving less tractable Some have
already resigned to join the Free French on these shores, and
other resignations will probably follow The optimists are
still citing some of the better-known prophecies to the effect
that the war will end soonDecember 20th is one date that's
mentioned, and April, 1942, is another ... In this connection
you may be interested to know that the Aga Kahn, leader of
the Indian Moslems has entered a colt for the 1942 English Derby
which means that gentleman expects hostilities to have
ended by then As for the present situationon one of the
days when the Nazis were being strafed, but good, in Libya, a
Broadwayite was heard to observe that here was a case of the
British holding the oases with the Duce running wild And
over in Naziland, as more and more casualties are coming in
from the Eastern front, the German people have taken to calling
the Russian campaign the Blutskrieg .
THIS AND THAT
James Waterman Wise has been appointed Special Con-
sultant to the Office of Civilian Defense at Washington in con-
nection with the sesqui-centennial celebration of the Bill of
Rights next weekan important post which means a lot of
work and no monetary compensation ... It was James Wise
who, as the Research Director of the Council against Intoler-
ance, was the first to project the idea of suh a celebration .
What is more, he has just edited a book, called "Our Bill of
Rights," which is a national symposium in which a galaxy of
public figures and ihinkers participate Speaking of books,
we celebrated Jewish Book Week by getting a batch of those
attractive little volumes that are being put out by the Jewish
Book Club and called the Jewish People's Library ... In addition
to some fine informative books by Dr. Trude W. Rosmarin we
now possess an anthology of Maimonides savings and a fascin-
ating Jewish Quiz Book The American Committee of Jewish
Writers to Aid Great Britain has shut up shop, having met with
insufficient response from the Jewish journalists to which it
addressed itself Not because Jewish journalists aren't in-
terested in aiding Britain, we hasten to assure the Committee,
but because the great majority of them have been doing their
bit through other, less restricted organizations Did you know,
by the way, that England has taken over 40,000 Jewish refugees
from Central Europe, who have settled in Britain for good? .
ANECDOTE DEPARTMENT
Harry Herschfield credits to Judge Jonah Goldstein the story
about the offender whom a magistrate fined $59 for some in-
fraction of the law "But, Your Honor, I didn't know the law,"
the man protested "Then you're getting a bargain," the jurist
retorted "It cost me twelve years in college and $20,000 to
learn it" Winchell tells us that one of the First Lady's favor-
ite stories concerns the Bunker Hill Monument ... It seems that
when the Monument was near completion it was found that
$20,000 were missing ... A prominent New Englander contri-
buted half that sum, and efforts were made to raise the re-
mainder among the citizens of the region But when the
ten grand finally were obtained the donor was a Jewish mer-
chant of New Orleans, Judah Touro Sidney Skolsky relays
the one about the Serb who was captured in the recent guer-
illa fighting in Yugoslavia ... He was brought before a Nazi
officer for questioning, and was asked: "What do you think
you're fighting for, anyway?" "We're fighting for bread and
liberty," replied the Serb, and impertantly added: "And what
are you fighting for?" "We." exclaimed the Nazi, "are fight-
ing for our honor' "That sounds logical,' the Serb came back
. "Every man fights for what he doesn't have!" .
ENTERTAINMENT FIELD
The Museum of Modern Art was the scene of some very
ancient art the other day, when a group of Yemenite dances,
headed by Naomi Aleh-Leaf and Israel Tabi, presented a
program of "Hebraica" ... At work on a new comedy for Broad-
way are Sam and Bella Spewack, past-masters in the art of
escapist playwriting It's a long time since we've seen that
excellent exponent of the sinister, Peter Lorre, on the screen, so
we're naturally delighted to know that he has an important part
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 lAGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
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Rabbi Zwltman will be in the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerninc the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and,
needless to *ay, each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening. Dec. 12th, at
8:15 o'clock, in observance of
"Bill of Rights Sabbath" Rabbi
Zwitman will preach on "The
Bill of Rights and the Festival of
Lights." A reception for wor-
shipers, under Sisterhood spon-
sorship, will follow the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning. Dec. 13th. at
11 o'clock, Congregational sing-
ing, Torah reading, and interpre-
tation of Biblical portion by Rab-
bi Zwitman. Members of the con-
firmation class participate in the I
service. Parents and members of
the congregation are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Chanuka Celebrations
The Festival of Chanuka, which
gains added significance in our
day for it forecasts Maccabean
victory over forces of aggression,
will be celebrated in our Temple
this Friday evening in conjunc-
tion with the Bill of Rights Sab-
bath, and next Friday evening in
the Chanuka service of welcome
to new members. In next week's
service, the president and vice-
president of the Congregation,
and the presidents of the Sister-
hood. Men's Club and Youth
Group will participate.
In the Religious School, prep-
aration for the Chanuka Festival
will take place this Sunday
morning, when the children will
receive Menorahs and Chanuka
candles, and instructions for the
Festival both in the classroom
and auditorium. The Chanuka
play, "The End of the Story,"
will be presented on Sunday
morning. Dec. 21st, by members
of the Religious School, under the
direction of Rabbi Zwitman.
December Events
Next Friday evening. Dec. 19,
a Chanuka service of welcome to
i new members, will be held in our
PAGE FIVE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Patrons and Friends
BEACH SHOE REPAIR SHOP
519 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-2260
A number of inquiries have
come to us during the past
week regarding the effects of
the war upon the Anti-Defam-
ation League and other civic-
protective programs. The feel-
ing has been expressed that
there might be a serious cur-
tailment of all defense work
in view of the present crisis.
This is far from being the sit-
uation as is indicated by a tel-
egram received from Sigmund
Livingston, founder and chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation
League. He says as follows:
"In our judgment current
development involves immedi-
ate extension of educational
program even beyond former
limitations. Furthermore
many current activities in col-
laboration with governmental
agencies expected to continue
and be accelerated."
In the light of this state-
ment, the Florida regional of-
fice of the Anti-Defamation
League will continue the de-
velopment of its present pro-
gram with special emphasis on
the expansion of its educa-
tional activities.
Wm. L. Boxerman, Director
Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League
of Miami and the Wesley Fellow-
ship League, attended services at
our Temple last Friday evening,
Dec. 5th. This act of good will
on the part of the guests followed
an invitation by Rabbi Zwitman
during his participation in the
Fellowship Forum on Religion
held in the White Temple.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the following
will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Jerold El-
mer Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Allador Wise; Isadore Lipton,
father of Mr. Jos. M. Lipton.
Yahrzeits: Flora Wineberg,
mother of Mrs. Arthur Triester;
Ralph Binswanger, brother of
Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf; Benjamin
Friedman, father of Mrs. Henry
Sprintz; Mina Kaplan, mother of
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs.
Leo Stein; Paul J. Bon wit, father
of Walter B. Bonwit; Adolph
Louis, father of Mrs. Lcona Lev-
in; Pauline Weil Dessauer, moth-
er of Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz; Fan-
ny Seidenberg, mother of J. M.
Seidenberg; Isidore Coret, fath-
er of Dr. Frank Coret.
"LET LAUGHTER RING"
This Chanuka sees Jewish peo-
ple faced with perilous times, and
again their homeland stands in
danger of invasion. Yet, in the
midst of tragedy there is a spirit
of hope, the eternal hope which
rises from the traditions and race
history of the Jewish people. At
such a time there can be no more
fitting antidote to tragedy than
the humor which springs out of
the many-sided life of the Jewish
people. The Jewish Publication
Society of America has just pub-
lished "Let Laughter Ring," a
collection of wholesome and hu-
morous stories mirroring Jewish
life, just completed by S. Felix
Mendelsohn, well known for his
previous book, "The Jew Laughs."
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
EMPIRE
Employment Agency
76J N. E. 1st St.
Ph. 2-7454
Temple at 8:15 o'clock, followed
by a reception in honor of the
new members.
On Friday evening, Dec. 26th,
a reception in honor of Dr. Kap-
lan's birthday will be held.
A group of members of the
White Temple Methodist Church
JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays Start the Preceding Evening
5702 1941
Chanukah .....................
Rosh Chodesh Tebeth.....
Fast of Tebeth ..................
...................._............... Dec. 15 to 22
.....Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 20 21
.__........................__ Tuesday, Dec. 23
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BROWNLY'S
247 East Flagler Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Candies, Fountain, Luncheonette
Home Made and Boxed Candies
Carmel Corn
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
KITTY DAVIS AIRLINER
1610 Alton Road
Phone 5-2677
Best Wishes to the Patrons of The Floridian
STUDIO OF RICHARD PLUMMER
FURNITURE AND COMPLETE INTERIORS
155 N. E. 40th St.
Ph. 7-5714
CHANUKA GREETINGS
RE-OPENING
OLD HEIDELBERG
151 S. E. SECOND STREET
GREETINGS
NATHAN STRAUS-DUPARQUET, INC.
OF FLORIDA
Successors to Geo. L. Dixon Co.. 1100 N. E. Second Avenue
SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS RESTAURANTS CLUBS.
HOSPITALS. COLLEGES AND INSTITUTIONS
OF FLORIDA
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
CARIB NOVELTY & IMPORTING CO., INC
Congress Building
Phone 3-0110
GREETINGS
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Of Interior Decorating
600 Lincoln Road Bldg-, Ph. 5-1024
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
Biscavne Chemical
Laboratories, Inc.
2207 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 2-6191
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FROM
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BELSHAM
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
MIAMI. FLORIDA
CHANUKA GREETINGS
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SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941

ADDITIONAL SOCIETY
The annual membership tea of
the Ladies- Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau will take
place Monday, December 15. at
2 o'clock, in the home of Mrs.
Sam Blank. 3700 Pine Tree Drive,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Abraham
Kellner will deliver the invoca-
tion. The guest speaker for the
afternoon will be Mrs. Dale
James, state president of the
Florida Conference of Social
Workers. The program will also
feature talks by Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, president of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau; Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose, executive secretary of the
Bureau; and Jerome Weinkle. A
playlet depicting the work of the
Bureau will be presented under
the directorship of Mrs. William
Boxerman. Those participating
include: Mrs. Albert Rosenthal.
Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Leo
Ackerman, Mrs. Stanley Myers.
Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Harry
Oliphant, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs.
Melvin Davis, Mrs. Louis Hei-
man.

The Women's Auxiliary of the
Rabbi Israel Aaron Yeshivah and
Parochial School announce a
Best Withe* to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
OSCEOLA MARKET
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Ph. 4-1727
BEST WISHES 'I"" OUR MANY
FRIENDS AM' PATRONS
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SERVICE
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Miami Beach
Season's Greetings
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Ph. 4-7912
SINCERE SEASON'S GREETING
ILA SMITH
LAUNDRY
312 CORAL WAY
PHONE 4-3464
GULF STREAM
AWNINGS
PHONE 7-9232
"You've Tried the Best
Now Get the Best"
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22 Years Experience in Miami
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GREETINGS
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TITLE COMPANY
INC.
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First National Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
Chanukah Concert for the benefit
of the Building Fund Saturday
night. Dec. 20 at 8:30 p. m. in
the auditorium of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Synagogue,
Seventeenth Ave and South West
6th St. All cantors of the Greater
Miami Area as well as outstand-
ing guest stars have been in-
vited to participate in the pro-
gram.

Deborah Chapter of Young
Judea will hold its installation
ceremonies at the home of its
sponsor. Mrs. Murry Grossman.
1030 West 47th St.. Miami
Beach, Saturday evening, Dec.
13th at 8 p. m. A buffet supper
will follow the candlelight cere-
monies. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will be guest speaker. Officers to
be installed are president. Judy
Grossman: vice president. Micky
Rediker; secretary, Seyma Pratt;
treasurer, Charlotte Weinberger:
pledge captain. Arlene Rose;
membership chairman. Gilda
Gottlieb. New members are Dora
Krichevsky. Elaine Tell. Beverly
Kamins. Muriel Costo, Charlotte
Yuron and Fay Wittenberg.

Edward Clarke of the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Music
will be the guest speaker this
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p.
m. at the Spinoza Forum, 11th
St. between Collins Ave and
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Pro-
fessor Clarke will review the
novel "The Keys of the Kingdom"
by Dr. A. J. Cronin. Tuesday eve-
ning at 8:15 p. m. the guest
speaker will be Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff whose topic will be
"American Youths Moral Code."
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will pre-
side.

New pledges to Iota Chi
Sorority are Claire Malbin. Sarah
August and Sally Mantell.
Formal initiation will take place
the end of January. The next
meeting of the group will be held
Tuesday, Dec. 16 at the home of
Doris Goodman.
PERSONALS
'' 11A N l K A GREETINGS
JUDGE
HENRY L.
OPPENBORN
BEST WISHES To OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
EDWARD A. NOLAN
ARCHITECT
Professional Bldg. Ph. 2-7787
BEST WISHES TO "IK MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
TOM'S GARAGE
625 N. 6. 1?5th St. Ph. 7-9353
r -
I

SURF HOTEL
H4 or,-.hi Drive
Miami Beach. Pla.
Announces the opening of
it* dining room
Friday, December 12
at 5:30 p. m.
Under the personal super-
vision of
Mrs. Goldie Zevin
FOR RESERVATIONS
phone
5-5381
COMPLIMENTS
of
S. H.KRESSCO
5-10-25c Store
E. Flaqler St.
Miami, Fla.
Mrs. Gert Rosen entertained
with a luncheon at her home last
Thursday in honor of the birth-
day of Mrs. Shirley Gitlin.

Mrs. Belle Cohan and Mrs.
Bertha Hirsch entertained at a
luncheon Sunday at Fu Manchu's
in honor of Mrs. Bessie Caiman,
who is visiting here from Pitts-
burgh, Pa. Those attending were
Mrs. Rhoda Levine. Mrs. Shirley
Booxbaum. Mrs. Miriam Kobley.
Mrs. Idelle Maron, Mrs. Lil Sidel,
Mrs. Pauline Eisenstat and Miss
Minna Sandier.

Mrs. Rhoda Levine celebrated
her birthday Tuesday at a cele-
Greetinas to mv many Jewish
Friends
ROBERT LAW WEED
1777 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 3-4691
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIEND8 AND
PATRl INS
PUNKIN CENTER
BARBECUE
2211 Douglas Road Ph. 4-9182
To our Many Jewish Friend*
CHANUKA QREETING8
PHONE 4-3114
For Raw and Pasteurized Products
W. H. THOMAS DAIRY
901 S. W. 65th Avenue
Greetings
SCHAAF'S
PRESERVING CO. INC.
Jellies and Preserves
1305 N. W. 99nrt St. Ph. 2-<634
Season's Greetings
To All
fflODL
R. C. ALLEN
ADDINO MACHINES
RIBBONS AM' CARBONS
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
BUY BELL RENT REPAIR
ALL MAKES
G. G. Lee. Jr. Owner Phone 2-2615
158 E. E. FIRST STREET
Huntington Building Store
Sincere Chanuka Greetings
PAT GANNON
Your Congressman
bration with her friends, Mrs.
Bertha Hirsch. Mrs. Shirley
Booxbaum, Mrs. Shirley Robbins,
Mrs. Helen Cohen, Mrs. Idelle
Maron and her husband, Mr.
Stanley Levine. She was the re-
cipient of many beautiful gifts
and greetings.
ANNIVERSARIES
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich
celebrated their third wedding
anniversary last Monday.
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler en-
tertained at their new home Sun-
day evening with a buffet supper
in honor of their son, Leonard,
who celebrated his bar mitzvah.
A large gathering of friends and
relatives were present.
Sincere Season's Greetings to All
FLORIDA MAID CABINETS
INC.
112 N. W. 2Sth Street
Frank McNelhs. Mgr.
BEST WISHE8 to OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
H. T. SEARS
Upholstering
108 N. F. 40th St. Ph. 7-5768
BEST WISHES TO ol'K MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
UNITED AUTO ELECTRICAL
SERVICE
2202 W. Flagler St. Ph. 4-9442
BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWI8H
FRIENDS
SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK
CO.
Repairina a Specialty
936 N. W. 71 St. Ph. 7-3220
SEASONS GREETINGS
From
STEVEN'S MARKET
2001 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-3085
DR. SANEL BEER. VIENNA.
HAS LOCAL SANATORIUM
Dr. Sanel Beer, a refugee
Vienese doctor, has settled in
Miami and established the
Rivermont Park Sanatorium
at 138!) N. W. 7th street. The
sanatorium caters to a Jewish
clientele in a sub-tropical
beautiful setting of a three
story stucco fireproof build-
ing situated on a secluded six
acre country estate facing the
waterfront.
For 27 years Dr. Beer had
been associated with a famous
children's clinic in Vienna and
for 15 years headed the insti-
tution, the oldest hospital in
the Austrian capital. He has
equipped Rivermont Park with
all the facilities for the treat-
ment of the different types of
rheumatic diseases, arthritis
and heart ailments.
GREETINGS
C. H. LYNE
FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE CO.
105-109 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 2-5840
COLUMNISTS CUFFNOTES
Garson Kanin, movie director
now with the Film Division of
OEM, has started work on his
first government-sponsored film
Ethel Merman, now in Panama
Hattie, may have to enter a hos-
pital for medical treatment, at the
close of the show David Bern-
stein, formerly of the American
Jewish Committee, has left his
post with the Council for Democ-
racy The American Jewish
Press club has scheduled Louis
Golding as one of the guest speak-
ers for its next meeting, Decem-
ber 15 That cooperative ven-
ture at .the Day is not going so
well and they're now looking for
on "angel" Arrangements are
now being completed for a per-
manent UJA in New York
Dick Manoff is starting his new
radio program, December 15, to
be called Fighters for Freedom.
Milton Berle has finally taken
the leap and the girl is Joyce
Mathews, recently of the "High
Kickers" cast Groucho Marx
has just authored "Mouthful of
Tax" to be released right after
the first of the year. It's a col-
lection of gags on a painful topic
income taxes Georgie Jes-
sel gave a lecture on the theatre
at Columbia University last week
and according to Russel Crouse,
playwright, who was present,
Jessel's lecture was a "liberal ed-
ucation."
Heat Wishes for a Happy Chanuka
HOTEL STRAND
226 N. E. 2nd St. Ph. 2-7481
BInc6T l 'h;imikii Greetings
SAXON
CIGARETTE
SERVICE
3898 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-6677
MIAMI. FLORIDA
B. L. SATER
REAL ESTATE BROKER
BpeoUUIalng In Hotali ami Apart-
ment Hlrigs.
For Sale and For Lease
Alao
H<*nn's for Sale and Lease
Ph. 5-0417
420I,inrolii Read
GOAT
MILK
GOVERNMENT
TESTED HERD
Licensed and Inspected
By Public Health Board
For Daily Deliveries Call
7-2952
Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy
8900 N. W. 27th Avenue
Visitors Welcome
GEORGE LANGER
THE sil 11! IS
C
Not Incorporated
1100 Weat Flagler Street
Phone*: 2-38112-3833
Extends to All HU Jewish
Friends and Patrons
SEASON'S GREETINGS


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941
PALM BEACH
NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
RepresentatiTe
Miss Sadye Verschleiser has
arrived to spend the winter at
Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greene were
hosts at "Pidyan Ha Ben" Sun.
day at their home. Rabbi Manuel
Greenstein officiated assisted
by Rev. M. Kanter.
Mrs. Sidney Berbaum was
hostess to the local B'nai B'rith
Auxiliary at their semi-monthly
meeting, Monday night, at her
home, 615 Claremore Drive. Mrs.
Jennie Rotfort was guest speaker
followed by a musical program.
Joe Lesser, president of the
B'nai B'rith lodge No. 1146 pre-
sided at a meeting held Monday
night at Scher Hall.
Erev Chanukah Services will
be held Sunday night at 8 p. m.
at Congregation Beth El. 630 Fern
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
Molka Reich Studio
19 S. W. 2nd Street Ph. 2-6353
+Jewisti Flcricfian
PAGE SEVEN
St. with Rabbi Manuel Green-
stein officiating. Tuesday night
at 7 p. m. Joseph Schrebnick will
observe Yahrzeit at the Temple.
COLLINS PARK HOTEL IS
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
C"llins Park Hotel, located at
2000 Park Ave., Miami Beach,
has been taken over by David
Rosner of the Astor Hotel, Miami
Beach, and his father-in-law,
Jonah Greenwald of the Ostend
Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J., hotel
owners for a number of years.
Mr. Sam Slotnick will be resi-
dent manager. The hotel will be
operated under the European
plan and the new management
has made plans to cater to its
guests in a most modern and
efficient manner. The hotel
features a private beach, swim-
ming pool and cabanas for their
guests.
AND SO IT WENT
BEST WISHES TO orit MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
Niqht Owl Barbecue
3193 S. W. 27 Ave.
Ph. 4-9111
NOTED MEMBER OF FOREIGN
LEGION SPEAKS AT CENTER
Capt. Stephen De Szabo,
traveller, soldier, commentator,
aviator, member of the French
Foreign Legion and former
Australian military official, will
be the speaker at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center community
public reception Tuesday eve-
ning. Mrs. Marie Marbach, cul-
tural chairman, of the Sisterhood,
sponsors of the event, is in
charge of the affair.
BEST WISHKS TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRi'NS
HOLDEN-WOOD INC.
2010 N. Miami Ave.
Ph. 3-3676
REST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
RELIABLE MOTORS.
INC.
1514 N. E. 2 Ave. Ph. 2-7469
TO OUR PATRONS AND
FRIENDS
SEASON* 8 (JREETINGS
Merchants Delivery
Service
::io N. K. 3 st......... !>h- l-W
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ADD
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
A. W. MILLER
5872 S. W. 4 St. P"- "4292
BEST WISHES TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
BILL FOSSETT'S
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
168 S. E. FIRST STREET
PHONE 2-7691
The British government is com-
pleting arrangements to put 28,000
Italian war prisoners to work on
British farms The German
radio, attempting to explain the
Nazi retreat from Rostov, said
they were astounded by the "Rus-
sians' inability to understand that
they were defeated" Reports
continued to tell of French at-
tacks on the occupying Germans.
The Portuguese liner. Colonial,
has docked at New York with 134
refugees aboard, most of them
Jewish. Among these were Dr.
Esther Shesner, 22, daughter of
the columnist on the Jewish Daily
Forward and Rabbi Samuel Brot,
member of the Polish Parliament
from 1922 to 1930. Although
Rabbi Brot is only 56, his ap-
pearance is that of a man in his
seventies ... 15 of the 86 refu-
gees who were granted refuge by
the Netherlands in Curacao, have
already received visas for the
United States and were scheduled
to sail this week General de
Gaulle issued a decree setting up
a commission for the study of
post-war problems in France .
The America First Committee
will be reorganized along the
lines of a political party accord-
ing to General Robert E. Wood,
national chairman. "We'll be
something like the old anti-saloon
league." he told reporters.
MISS RUTH C. BROTMAN TO
BE IN BEACH PROGRAM
Miss Ruth C. Brotman,
colaturo soprano and radio con-
certist, will be one of a group of
artists presenting a varied pro-
gram of Chassidic, Hebrew,
Yiddish and operatic selections
at a music festival Sunday eve-
ning. Sponsored by the Sister-
hood of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center the affair will be held at
the Center Auditorium, 1415
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. The
program will be under the direc-
tion of Josef S. Lengyel, musical
director, who will also be on the
program. Others scheduled to
appear are Madame Hilde Lampe
Lengyel, operatic star, and
Walter Grossman, cellist. Miss
Edith Freeman will serve as ac-
companist for the evening.
>5JjGUST BROS.75?
CT IS thc&EST?
Best Wishes to Our Patrons
and Friends
JOSEPH B.
SIRGANY
LINENS
440 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends
HOTEL LIDO
336 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-1909
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
HOME DRUG STORE
1401 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 3-1774
BEST WISHKS TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
MARQUISE BEAUTY
SALON
201 Lorraine Arcade Ph. 2-9500
Miss Olaa Levin, Prop.
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
TEXACO SAYLES
SERVICE STATION
1101 s. w. 22nd St. Ph- 2-13
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
SOUTHERN
IRON WORKS
2035
N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-1655
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
FLORIDA
PAPER BOX CO.. INC.
246 N. W. 29th St. Ph. 3-2906
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
THE LUDMAN CORP.
PHONE 3-5491
21 N. W. 21st Street
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends
SCHUYLER & ARNOLD
SOUTHWELL
763 W. 41st Street
PHONE 5-2797
Chanuka Greetings
SRAEEL & JABALY
IMPORTERS
900 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
JOHN MORRELL CO.
26 N. E. 7th Street
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
GROSSINGER HOTEL OPENS
DINING ROOM FOR SEASON
Grossinger Hotel, located at
1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
through the owner-manager,
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, well-
known hotel proprietor, has an-
nounced the opening of her din-
ing room for the forthcoming
season. 27 years of continuous
service to the public in this field
has made the Grossinger name
internationally known.
During the early days of the
Brown Terror, A Jewish father
residing in Frankfort sent the
following postcard to his son in
the U. S.: "You realize, of course,
that since the Germans are a ci-
vilized people, we have nothing
to worry about under the new
regime. We continue to enjoy
peace and security and what you
read in the newspapers is only a
heap of atrocity lies. P. S. We
have just buried Uncle Max who
had expressed a contrary opin
ion."
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
HIGHLAND PARK
PHARMACY
GLENN R. HALL. Prop.
936 N. W. 7th Avenue
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Patrons and Friends
JOHN W. ROLLINS
260 N. E. 99th St. Ph. 7-1486
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
SCHRAGER'S
SUNDRIES
309 N. Miami Ave.
Miami. Fla.
TO OUR PATRONS AND
FRIENDS
BEASON'8 GREETINGS
Happv Feed and
Supply Co.
101 N. W. 79 St.
Ph. 7-2955
REST WISHKS TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP
1501 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-0673
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
JAMES DRUG SHOP
167 S. E. 1st St. Ph. 2-1779
SOUTH FLORIDA
MOTOR SALES, Inc.
PHONE 5-1951
Rent a CarDrive it Yourself
Insurance Protection
621 5th Street. Miami Beach
861 W. Flagler Street, Ph. 3-1764
REST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
JACQUES HAERST
Pastries and Bakery
1654 Alton Road
Ph. 5-1763
BEST WISHES TO Ol'R MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
PALM SERVICE
STATION
1305 N. W. 79 St. Ph. 7-4122
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
NEW YORK DENTAL
LABORATORIES
10 N. E. 3 Ave. Ph. 3-6910
RAPID ADVANCEMENT tor
High School Graduates
Phone or Write for Bulletin
No Obligation
CHARRON WILLIAMS
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
601 Postal Bldo- Ph- 3-4869
Miami. Florida
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
TROPICAL AWNING
SHUTTER CO.
1299 N. W. 79th St. Ph. 7-2996
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
PETE'S TRADING
POST
5903 N. W. 17 Ave. Ph. 7-3322
OUR NEW ADDRESS
601 N. MIAMI AVE.
PURO WATER FILTER
COMPANY
"Your Westinghouse Dealer
in Miami"
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
JUDGE RALPH C.
POLE
Justice of the Peace
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
B^E SSffimBEEIBBEM


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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. ig4l

STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
in the forthcoming film version
of "Arsenic and Old Lace .
"'Holiday Inn." the new musical
film for which Irving Berlin is
writing a slew of new songs, pro-
mises to be something Due to
return to the ether waves with
the new year is Arthur Tracy,
whom you no doubt remember as
radioes ""Street Singer'" .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Jan Peerce. who made his de-
but with the Metropolitan Opera
Best Wishes to Our Vany Jewish
Friends and Patrons
BAKE RITE INC.
- S. W. 8th St Ph. 3-7928
Company a couple of weeks ago
and rped quite a few critical
plaudits, has made some operatic
recordings for you and you and
you They are in the form of
a Victor album containing the
complete tomb scene from "Lucia
di Lammermoor" Hats off
to Mrs. Nathan L. Goldstein of
Brooklyn, who's putting in thirty-
six hours a day organizing the
women of Greater New York in
this year's Federation drive .
If you're keeping a list of suc-
cessful business women check on
whether the name of Mollie Par-
nis is on it ... A wiz at the dress
business, she's very proud that
her creations are represented in
some famous wardrobes, includ-
ing that of the Duchess of Wind-
sor Songwriter Ruth Lowe's
"I'll Never Smile Again" has
been a favorite with nightclub-
bers for quite some time, and
now Ruth herself is following
in her brainchild's footsteps,
having been signed as hostess and
featured pianist at a Lexington
Avenue hotel Looking for an
M. C job in Hollywood, they say.
is former heavyweight champ
Max Baer How many of you
remember Theda Bara. the baby
vamp of the screen in the good
old days before the first world
war" She retired manv years
J
IS
ISSUED !N N. Y.
New YorkEclipsing in the
number of authoritative articles
(1.215> and in pictorial illustra-
tions (533) each of the four books
previously published, the fifth
volume of the Universal Jewish
Encyclopedia was issued here to-
day, according to an announce-
ment by Rabbi Isaac Landman.
editor-in-chief of this ten-vol-
ume work in English. The re-
maining five volumes are sche-
duled to appear at short intervals.
Louis Rittenberg is executive
and literary editor. Rabbi Simon
Cohen is research director, of the
ago. and has been living the
simple life as Mrs. Charles Bra-
bin ... So imagine our amaze-
ment when we heard that Miss
Barathe former Theodosia Good-
man of Cincinnati, you know
may be making her screen come-
back before long .
Best Wuhes to Ou' Vany Jewish
Fr.ends and Patron*
BAUMGARDNER
U-DRIVE-IT
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
ROBERT E. COLLINS
ARCHITECT
-JC Secu-ity Bldfl. Ph. 3.41*7
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends
ROBERT J. EIS
INSURANCE
1703 Coral Way Ph. 4.9963
Universal Jewish Encyclopedia.
GOD is the title of the first and
IZSAK of the last subject in the
fifth volume of the Universal
Jewish Encyclopedia, which is
dedicated to the memory of Isaac
M. Wise as
"patriot, preacher and pro-
phet; interpreter of Israel to
America, and America to the
Jews; fervent in the faith that
America afforded wandering
Israel a secure place of abode
for integrated action in the ser-
vice of Judaism and mankind."
Earlier volumes were dedicated
to George Alexander Kohut. Fe-
lix M. Warburg. Louis Marshall,
and Isaac Leeser respectively.
The fifth volume of the Uni-
versal Jewish Encyclopedia, em-
bracing 645 (xii) pages, contains
867 biographical appraisals of
outstanding Jews, living and
dead, in all ages and all coun-
tries; concise histories of twenty-
six important institutions; re-
vealing sketches of thirty non-
Jews whose efforts have affected
Jewish life in many lands through
the centuries.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
b isil M m 'i- the fi-titious name of
RL'BENSTEIN'S Intend to register
the 1 < with the Clerk of the
i' in of Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE PARKAS
HELENA PARKAS
. 12-19
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES' t^TT
the undersigned, desiring to tnj,,.?
business under the fictitious name of
(HESTERS RESTAURANT V\ <&.
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Fla in
tends to register the said narn.- 'wiiw
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,,
Dade County. Florida.
11 ll-M 12/5-12-19 Kmh BE8B*
N< iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that
the undersigned, desiring to engine In
business under the fictitious name ,,t
CHAR-MOM GOWN BHOPraV'
tends to register the said name with
ISAAC JOFFEHARLES *
Attorney for Applicant
11/21-28 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL KOSHER MARKET at
1169 West Flagler St.. Miami. Florida
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County. Florida.
I. PASHKOW
MOLUE I'ASHKnw
MARTIN GENET """^
Attorney for Applicants
11/14-21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BILLOWS HOTEL at 127 JTth St
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florlda.
11/14-21-28 12/5-12
ABE H MAZOR
GREETINGS
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE
33 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
OFFICE SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS
OFFICE FURNITURE ENGRAVING
We Make Prompt Deliveries
BEST WISHES TO OLR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
EAST COAST BAR
2830 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-9162
HYMAN ZISSEN
Loris ZISSEN
CHARLES ZISSEN
M I. ZISSEN
DOROTHY ZISSEN
LILLIAN ZISSEN
MILT. >N A FRIEDMAN
Atti -. foi Appl ints
11 2i-.- is lf-l
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
HUGHES SEED STORE
116 S. Miami Ave. Phone 3-2121
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
CORAL GABLES
GARAGE
132 Giralda Ave. Ph. t-2424
N Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
GIBBS OIL CO.
OIL BURNERSHEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS
4201 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-4531
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
Clark Dredqinq Co.
a W N River Dr. Ph. 2-6212
SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
M. B. G ARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
1213 Congress Building
PHONE 2-4958
SEASON'S GREETINGS
C. W. DUNLAP
AND ASSOCIATES
"226 N. W. 3rd Avenue
Best Wuhes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
NORTH MIAMI
RIDING ACADEMY
13575 N. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 7-2022
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. desiring to engage n
buslneaa under the fictitious name ->f
FLAMINGO GOWN 8HOPPE Intends
to register the said name with the
Llerk of the Circuit Court o|
"..u:.t>. Florida
ISAAC ,,,^^"I-,K WE1NSTBIN
Attorney for Applicant
11 21-21 12 S-1I-IS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. enj .- In
i.j.- : --- mdei th- fi Itktui name of
KARIIIZON APT HOTEL intend to
register the said name with the Clerk
"f th- Circuit Court of D.tde Cu::lv.
Florida.
JACOB CHAVES
BENJAMIN CHAVES
LEON CHAVES
H/21-25 12/S-12-IS
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
MIAMI COAL
AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-7896
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Frie"ds and Patrons
MIAMI TAILOR
SUPPLY
290 Halcyon Arcade Ph. 3-1037
Season's Greetings To All
MAGIC CITY
BOTTLE & SUPPLY
Phone 2.6666 2049 N. W. 2nd Ave.
"Watch for the Opening of Our
New and Larger Quarters''
SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
FAUTHS INC.
FURNTTURE RUGS CARPETS
INTERIOR DECORATORS
144 Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Best Wihe to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patron*
MIAMI MOTOR
COURT
26 S. E. 1st Ct. Miami. FI*.
JENNIE GROSSINGER
Proudly Announces
The Openinq of Her
DINING ROOM
(Dietary Laws Observed*
QAaMuicpA, Rtach Hotel
17th STREET and the OCEAN
RESERVATIONS 5 2112
Best Wishes to Our Many Jew.sn
Friends
EMBRY RIDDLE
School of Aviation
32*0 s. w. 27th Ave. Ph. 3-0711
VISIT
BETTE WHITE
CORSETIERE STUDIO
420 Lincoln Road. Room 414
Mercantile Nat'l. Bank Biog.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Foundations Brass:eves Designed
to Ind.vidual Requirement!
PHONE 5-0101
AUGUST STUDIO
oi Interior Decorating
Exclusive Drapery Work &
Slip Covers Phone 5-1024
600 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach Florida
Many Jwtal
Friends and Patrons
DADE COUNTY
DAIRIES
7500 N. E. 44h Ct- Ph. 7-1977
R. W. BROWN & CO.
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS
Southern Florida
Fertiliser Company
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertilitsr
GROWERS" SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds. Florida
Phone: Homestead 5-4461
Offices: South Miami, Fla.
PHONE 4.3375
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLAGLER MEMORIAL GROUP AS-
SOCIATES Intends to register 'the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
.. n, ALFRED GOTTESMAN
11 21-25 12,3-12-19
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL PALM CANDIES intends
to register the said name with the
' ">:k of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BECLAH BCQARMAN
11/14-21-28 12.5-12
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business- under the fictitious name of
SAM'S TROPICAL FRCIT St VEGE-
TABLE MARKET at 420 Espanola
Way. Miami Beach. Florida. Intel: !- to
| register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MRS GCSSIE JACOBSKIND
: 11 14-21-21 |1 J-U
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
I of ROBINSON FRCIT SHIPPER,
I intends to register the said name with
; the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
YALE GORDON
; 11 :' 12 :.-12-li>-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1 To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
i Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed, pursuant to the "Fictitious
I Name Statute." House Bill No. 11T.">.
1 Chapter No. 2095J. Uwi of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, in and for Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice, the ficti-
tious name, to-wit: TROPICS HOTEL,
under which we are engaged in busi-
: ness at number liS! Collins Avenue.
| in the City of Miami Beach. Florida.
That the parties Interested in said
' business enterprise, are as follows:
DAVID OOLDIN
ETHEL GOLDIN
11 2v 12 S-li-H-tt_____________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
"f SILVER SERVICE COMPANY
mot Inc.) Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of thi- Circuit
Court of I>ade Countv. Florida.
MUE FEINliOl.P
12 12-19-2H 1 2-9
l^_ in the BEST' *
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name of
TUDOR INN at 221 N E. tad *'
Miami. Florida, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of tl*
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
J. H PEN FIELD
12 12-19-2(6 1 2-9
notice is hereby given thai
the undersigned, desiring to engag'"
in business under the fictitious name
of OCEAN BREEZE HOTEL at 21
First St. Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tends to register the said nam-' wiin
the CUrk of the Circuit Court oi
I>ade County. Florida. aOH
U ZAVON
II K-19-26 1,M


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941
+Jewist fhrSdHar
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
OR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Sabbath Eye Services
At the Sabbath Eve services on
Friday night at 8 oclock, Dr.
Samuel Bension will preach on
the subject, "Judaism More or
Less a Chanuka Eve Sermon."
Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will offi-
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ciate with the assistance of the
Center Choir, Miss Edith Free-
man, assistant director. On Sat-
urday morning the Children's
Choir will officiate with the Can-
tor. Rabbi Glovensky of Long
island has been invited to preach
on the Scriptural Lesson at 10:30
a. m. as the guest Rabbi. The
bar mitzvahs of Jay Fried and
Jerry Sheftal will be celebrated.
Mr, Gershon will meet his class
in Prophetic Hebrew Texts at 4
p. m. and oneg Shabbos will be
observed at 5 p. m.
Men's Club
The Men's Club met last Mon-
day evening under the presiden-
cy of Nat Hankoff and received
reports of the recent installation
of its officers. A committee was
designated to arrange for a ser-
ies of forum lectures during the
season. Names, dates and sub-
jects will be announced in the
very near future. The community
will be invited to these occas-
ions. The membership commit-
tee reported remarkable growth.
The Senior League
Under the chairmanship of Jo-
seph A. Berman, the Senior
PAGE NINE
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PATRONS
OVERSEAS
TRANSPORTATION
228 S. W. N. River Drive Ph. 3-3615
League at its last meeting on
Wednesday evening at the Center
made plans for the approaching
installation of its officers and
heard a lecture by Dr. Samuel
Bension, the second of a series
of lectures and discussions in
Post Biblical Jewish History.
Young Judaea
Misses Sara and Dorothy Light-
man have organized two Young
Judaea clubs, of boys and girls,
ages 10 to 12 and 12 to 15
which meet at the Center on
Thursdays at 7:15 p. m. All boys
and girls of those ages who are
interested are cordially invited to
join these groups.
Girl Scouts
Two groups of Girl Scouts
have been organized last week.
One troop of girls ages 10 to 12
is led by Mrs. Goldberg and Mrs.
Stern on Thursday afternoons at
3:15 o'clock and the older troop,
ages 12 to 15 is supervised by the
Misses Jo Saunders and Ada Rut-
ter. Both troops are sponsored
by the Sisterhood with Mrs. Ma-
rie Marbach as Scout Committee
Chairman.
Religious School Festival
A very fine Chanuka entertain-
ment has been arranged by the
Religious School for Sunday af-
ternoon, Dec. 21st to which both
adults and children will be in-
vited. The entertainment will
feature songs, recitations, decla-
mations, instrumental music, Pal-
BBST WISHES TO OUR MANY
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I'ATI'.i INS
JORDAN GROCERY
2836 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8627
estinian numbers, a Chanuka op-
eretta, and Chanuka gifts for the
children. Rabbi Samuel Bension
and Superintendent Joseph A.
Berman will address the gather-
ing.
Dr. Press' Class
Dr. Carl Press' class in Jewish
History within the College of
Jewish Studies is proving a very
interesting and popular class on
Thursday evenings at the Center.
New students, both men and wo-
men of all ages, will be welcomed
if they register within the com-
ing week. Visitors and auditors
are also invited to attend and to
participate in the discussions
which follow the lectures.
Center Co-Eds
The Center Co-eds, the mem-
bers of the Graduating class of
the Center Religious School, high
school boys and girls, ages 15 to
17, are organizing on Thursday
evenings at the Center and will
welcome prospective members to
the Organization Chanuka dance
which is to be held at the Center
Patio on Saturday night.
Sisterhood Social Monday Night
Every Monday night is social
night under the auspices of the
Sisterhood at the Center. A cor-
dial invitation is extended to all
the men and the women on the
Beach to participate in these so-
cials. There is no admission.
GEORGE HOLT APPOINTED
BIRTHDAY BALL CHAIRMAN
Orlando (Special) Judge
George Holt of Miami this week
was appointed Dade County
chairman for the Celebration of
the President's Birthday, it was
announced from state headquar-
tres here.
Appointment of Judge Holt
was announced by Chester B.
Treadway, state chairman of the
campaign to raise funds for the
nationwide fight against infantile
paralysis. Spessard L. Holland,
governor of Florida and honorary
chairman of the fund raising cam-
paign, confirmed the appoint-
ment.
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JEWISH FRIENDS
M. and V. STORES
llii N. w. :i Ave.....I'h. 8-8955
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824 1 St.
Ph. 5-4353
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36 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-5181
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PRINTING CO.
69 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 2-1130
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7937 N. E. 2 Ave.
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1168 N.
Miami Ave. ..Ph. 8-398!
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JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRI INS
Miami Conservatory
1737 N. Bayshore Drive Ph. 2-5835
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
PATRON8
Little River Garage
8272 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-9277
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4630 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach. Fla.
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PAGE TEN
+Jeistrkrkflar>
Well election time has come
and gone. Funny how insignifi-
cant it appears when the U. S.
is faced with agression. Yet life
still must go on and now more
than ever we must all work in
harmony. Our problems and bur-
dens as Americans and Jews have
increased beyond our imagina-
tions. We are pledged to give
our all toward ultimate victory
in the w_or!d conflict. We must
also pledge ourselves to work
together as brothers as never
before.
Nothing but an election could
have brought out so many broth-
ers to a meeting. One half hi lit
before the meeting there was no
more parking space on the
grounds cf the V." Club.
The elections went thru without
heated debate and rath, r .;~ ::.-
v. SHE? T R MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATR N-
Dallet Garage and
Acme Cab
3*C 22rrt fit.
Ph. 5-6721
ly. That is to say. as smoothly
as could be expected with a few
hundred brothers talking amongst
themselves. In one race a speaker
: for one of the candidates made
the faux pas of stating that his
candidate was a lawyer which
brought a laugh from the aud-
, ience. Another feature of the
meeting was the collection of
several hundred dollars in delin-
quent dues so that brothers could
be eligible to vote. Many broth-
ers came who had not attended
tings in years. Maybe from
now on they'll be down more reg-
ularly.
The new officers of Sholem
Large are: Burnett Roth (unop-
posed' president: Louis Heiman
in a close race* first vice presi-
dent: Milton A. Friedman, second
vice-president (reelected>: Har-
old Turk (unopposed' treasurer;
Walter Kovner. recording secre-
tary: Sam Silver (unopposed) fi-
nancial secretary: Abe Aronovitz
(automatically! monitor: Dr. Alex
Kushner. assistant monitor: Mau-
rice Cromer. warden: Marty Mil-
stein, guardian: Leo Eisenstein
(unopposed i three year trustee:
Jack Abbott. Al Pallott and Carl
GREETINGS T I OCR MANY
FRIENDS AND PATRi \s
Craftsmens Villaae
3520 V W. 46 St.
Ph. 8-2419
SEASON S GREETINGS
T I >CR MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS
BEACH MILL AND
SUPPLY CO.
327 20 St.
Ph. 5-6669
Weinkle (unopposed* one year
trustees.
The elections this year were
run off rather hurriedly in order
that the brothers and the Aux-
iliary could hear the address by
lent Roosevelt on the pres-
ent crisis. Precisely at 10 p. m.
the meeting was temporarily ad-
journed and a radio which had
been especially brought to the
meeting was turned on. It was
quite a dramatic scene, with ev-
eryone pulling his or her seat as
close as possible to the radio so
that not one word would be
missed. I do not have to tell the
contents of the address for I am
certain that every* American had
his or her ears glued to the radio
simultaneously. Following the
historic address a telegram was
sent in the name of the Lodge to
the president pledging our all out
aid in any manner called upon.
Unlike previous years the in-
stallation banquet of the Lodge
will take place this month rath-
er than in January-. Promptly at
T p. m. on December 21st at the
Evans Hotel. Miami Beach, the
doors of the dining room will be
opened and ""soup will be on"
shortly thereafter. A delicious
dinner will be served and the
speaking program will be short
other than the main speaker. Fol-
lowing the program there will be
dancing in the ballroom, or many
will attend the AZA sweetheart
dance at the Alcazar. Tickets
are S2.00 per plate and reserva-
tions are now being taken by
Sam Silver, chairman, and the
B'nai B'rith office. Only 400
reservations will be accepted and
first come, first seats as it were.
I'm leaving the best news for
the last. The principal speaker
BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
ABBOTT ELECTRIC
;-.-. :: Masda :-
Wiring, ;:-; kin .-. i : Alteration!
of a' t) : M
'M N. E. 20 St.
P. 3-62S-1
BEST WISHES TO 01 ': MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
J. M. Blow Tittle Co.
Se/boia Bit*. Ph. 2 682
: ::st
WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
CUBAN BAR
1701 N. W. 4 Ave.
Ph. 2.898'
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
CORTEZ COFFEE SHOP
241 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 2-S171
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATH' >NS
CENTRAL BAR-B-Q
2700 W. Flagler St. Ph. 4-9497
Sincere Chanuka Greetings
DAY AND NITE
CURB MARKET
47 N. W. 79th St.. Ph. 7-9379
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GEO. E. BUNNELL. INC.
CONTRACTORS
79 N. E. 20th Terrace
585 N. E. 58th Street
Phone 3-7488
Phone 7-2876
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
LITTLE FLOWER SHOP
838 Washington At*. Phone 5-6521
BEST WISHES TO MY MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
MRS. GRACE F.
DETERMAN
6968 Abbott Ave.
Ph. 6-1091
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
DON'S GARAGE
5890 N. W. 7 Awe. Ph. 7-934
TO ALL.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
W. H. ELLIS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAFROM
BONITA FRUIT PRESERVING CO.
5420 N. Miami Avenue Phone 7-4844
We desire to meet again our many thousands of Jewish friends
who visited us at Bonita Groves. In the grove surrounding the
factory we have 144 species of tropical trees bearing edible fruit,
many hailing from Palestine. We shall be glad to see you.
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
ELECTROLUX CORP.
Postal B-d.ro
will be none other than Dr. Abra-
ham Sachar. probably the finest
Jewish orator in the world today.
Dr. Sachar is head of the Hillel
Foundations throughout the U. S.
He will come down from his
home in Illinois especially for
this occasion. Every Jew in this
state should be thrilled to hear
him and no doubt many folks
outside of Miami will be coming
down for that purpose. With only
400 seats available it is imperative
that you make your reservations
immediately. There is only one
week left and seats will be going
like wild fire.
A FACTUAL ACCOUNT
The prospective bridegroom
looked daggers at the shadchan.
"I have always been afraid of
men of your calibre," he said,
"and now I find that my fear is
justified."
"Why are you so agitated?"
interrupted the shadchan. "Has
thins happened since I saw
you last?"
"Plenty has happened." con-
tinued the young man. "You as-
sured me that the girl's father
is dead, and now I find that he
is serving a sentence in jail."
"Well," said the shadchan tri-
umphantly. "I ask you: Do you
call that living?"
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, ig41
HE KNOWS HIS GOVERNMENT
The postmaster of Warsaw was
surprised to find in the mails a
letter addressed to God. After
some deliberation, he decided to
turn over this unique document
to Marshal Joseph Pilsudski, then
the dictator of Poland. The let-
| ter came from a poor Jewish tail-
or in a small town, and it con-
tained a complaint against cur-
rent conditions and especially
high taxes. It concluded with a
request for two hundred and
fifty zlotys in order to save the
tailor's home from being taken
over by the police magistrate
for non-payment of taxes.
The Marshal was greatly im-
; pressed by the naivete of this
| letter, and penning a note on
the official stationery of Bel-
videro Palace, headquarters of
the government, he informed the
'tailor that God had heard his
I petition and that the two hun-
i dred and fifty zlotys were en-
closed.
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
BEST WISHES TO OCR U \NY
JEWISH FRIEND8 AND
PATRONS
COCONUT GROVE
AWNING CO.
3326 Mary St.
Ph. 4-5O30
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Dade Refrigerating Co.
Inc.
1792 N. W. X St.
Ph. 2.7868
BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
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BISCAYNE LAUNDRY
231 11 St.
Ph. 5-2954
CHANUKA GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
CONGRESS BUILDING
STREET FLOOR
PHONE 25254
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
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PATRONS
EVERETT'S MARINE
SERVICE STATION
55 S. W. Miami Avt. Rd.
PHONE 2-889*
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND
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Congress Bldg.
MOORE AND WILLIAMS
WHOLESALE LUMBER
Miami. Fla.
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A. A. EXTERMINATING CO.
2388 W. Flagler Street Phone 4-1375
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INVESTORS SYNDICATE
Congress Bldg. Phone 2-2661
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JOHNSTONFS SERVICE STATION
543 S. W. 8th Atidui
Phone J-9979
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PATRONS
MILLER BROTHERS RANCH
Bird Road Phone 4-9194


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHEU5FF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2163 S. W. 21t Terrace
Religious School
Examinations were held in all
25" **bi and SeS
during ,hUr B,ard 0f Education
during the week.
Tests will be given in all classes
Sunday morning. Our faculty is
ready at all times to discuss
wi h?hnMProgrt'ss and P'oblenw
with children.
Our faculty meets each Sun-
day at 12:30 p. m. for discussion
ot school work and pedagogical
principles and methods under the
leadership of our Rabbi
Our P. T. A. is helping in the
preparation for our annual Cha-
nuka Entertainment and parent
reception.
School Chanukah Entertainment
Our School will present its an-
nual entertainment Sunday eve-
Synagogue Services
Daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; at 5:10
and 5:45 p. m..
Sabbath: Mincha at 5 p. m.;
Shachriss at 7 and 9 a. m.
Sermon: "Youth."
Friday Night Forum
"Red, White or Blue" will be
the lecture subject by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff this Friday
night. Cantor Maurice Mamches
will lead in the communal sing-
ing.
Our service starts promptly at
8:30 p. m. and closes at 9:30 p. m.
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Lawn Mowers
SADES AND SERVICE
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CHARLES APTS.
750 Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 5-4074
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Dr. Charles Beckwitt
OPTOMETRIST
36 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7308
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Imperial Food Center
1444 Drexel Ave.
Ph. 5-5683
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IDEAL ROOFING and
SHEET METAL
824 S. Miami Ave.
Ph. 2-1133
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INSURANCE
COMPANY
WM. J. BROWN
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HOLLYWOOD HEALTH SALON
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SNIDER ANTIQUE AND GIFT SHOP
1029 Lincoln Road
Miami Baach, Fla.
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NATIONAL TITLE CO. INC.
I^nox At.. MiMli B"ch' ^
ning. December 21st, at 7:30 p.
m. Over seventy children will
participate. Our Glee Club will
make its second public appear-
ance this year. Two playlets will
be presented: "The Last Candles"
and "Children of Today".
Players include: Hinda Chancer,
Bernard Milstein, Jerry Shechter,
Marilyn Goodman, Gerald Ener-
feld, Paul Levrant, Ruth Swer-
sky Marvin Goodman, Morton
Rosenbaum.
Habanoth Chanukah Function
Our Habanoth are arranging a
Chanukah affair to be held Sat-
urday night. December 20th. An
elaborate program will be pre-
sented. Dancing will follow. The
Maccabeans will be guests of the
organization.
Daughters of Israel
The Daughters of Israel and
Men's Division held its opening
meeting of this year at our
synagogue Wednesday night.
Plans were discussed for the
realization of the organization's
project to erect a ritual pool for
the observance of the traditional
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BODY SHOP
FRANK N. BR1DUES
135 Madeira Ave. Ph. 4-4966
STATION WAGON
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ARTHUR CARLSON
STUDIO AND MUSIC SHOP
214 S. W. 12 Ave. Miami. Fla.
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COLONY HOTEL
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8 I N CERE
C H A N U K A
G R E E TINGS
VAL C. CLEARY
PAGE ELEVEN
Jewish laws of family purity.
President of the organization is
Mrs. E. Brenner.
Stream-lined Lecture
Our series of stream-lined lec-
tures presented each Tuesday
night before the joint meeting of
our Habanoth and Maccabean
clubs has proved highly success-
ful. Last week's lecturer was Dr.
Herman L. Mechlowitz. His sub-
ject was: How painless is den-
tistry. Next week Miss Malvina
Weiss will be the guest lecturer.
Her subject: Oh, for the life of a
teacher.
Junior Congregation, and
Minnionaires
We are happy to note the very
large weekly increase in attend-
ance at our Junior Congregation
service and the Sunday morning
Minnionaire service.
Our thanks go to Mr. A.
Loskove for splendid leadership,
and to our Sisterhood for ex-
cellent help in the serving of re-
freshments Saturday mornings
and breakfasts Sundays.
We most cordially invite every
Jewish boy and girl who can read
from the siddur to attend the
Saturday services at 9 a. m. and
all young men past thirteen to
the Sunday morning service at
8:45 a. m.
Young Judea
A large increase in member-
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IT BARBECUE
20 Beacon Blvd. Ph. 4-9353
GREETINGS
LEW HEWES
Outboard MotorsBoats
Authorized Johnson Dealers
Since 1925
841.. Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 2-8918
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JEWISH FRIENDS
KNOTTY PINE BAR
1115 16 St.
Ph. 5-9646
ship was listed for both our
Young Judean chapters. Two ad-
ditional sponsors have enlisted in
the work, and are preparing the
season's program of activities.
Boys and girls between the
ages of 10 and 18 desirous of
joining these chapters are in-
vited to the next meeting, Thurs-
day at 7:15 p. m.
SAGE SAYINGS
Lindbergh may be a candidate
for the Senate in 1942which re-
minds us that the Lindy hop is a
"jerky" dancebut after all, look
at who its was named for! .
Since the snow and cold bogged
down the Nazi drive in Russiait
just goes to prove that the Nazis
"smell on ice, too"It also proves
that a rolling stone gathers no
Moscow After the British
finish their African campaign, the
new theme song will be "The
Axis doesn't Libya anymore" .
The optimist says "This is the
best of all possible world." the
pessimist says "I'm afraid so."
SEASON'S GREETING >S
Marion Butler, Ir.
1616 Alton Road
PHONE 5-6409
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PATRONS
Camden Auto Repair
1455 N. Miami Ave.
Ph. 3-6719
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EDISON
Electrical Fixture Co.
1009 S. W. 8 St. Ph. 3-3114
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FRIENDS
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843 N. W. 54 St.
Ph. 7-9491
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AUTO PARTS
1698 N. W. 62 St. Ph. 7-9280
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8131 Biscayne Blvd.
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Phone 5-7993
UMHM9HRSm9


PAGE TWELVE
tJeHlstHcridian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941
Freedom's Holy Light
The Menorah, Symbol of A People
By BERNARD POSTAL
Director of B'nai B'rith Publicity
The Menorah was created by
the Israelites after their exodus
from Egypt as their symbol of
nationhood.
The seven-branched Mosaic
Menorah, designed for the Tab-
ernacle in the time of Moses by
Bezaleel. is described in detail
in Exodus 25.31-39: 37.17-24.
Originally, the Menorah was
simply the source of illumination
for the Temple. The word Me-
norah means candlestick in Heb-
!l W.
According to the Talmud, the
Mosaic Menorah. which was 72
inches high, had its two branches
pointing East and West.
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Various explanations have been
advanced for the symbolism of
the seven-branched Menorah. It
is said to represent the seven
planets, with the sun in the
center. It is also believed to
symbolize the creation of the
universe in seven days, with the
center light representing the
Sabbath. Another theory is that
the seven branches are the seven
continents of earth and the seven
heavens.
The 10 Menorahs fashioned
for Solomon's Temple by Hiram,
King of Tyre, were stolen by the
[ captain of Nebuchadanezzar's
! guard and carried off to Babylon.
In the Temple rebuilt after the
I Babylonian exile, the new Me-
tioraha re modelled after those
of Mosaic times.
The most striking feature of
the Menorah in the Herodian
Temple was the Western lamp or
Ner ga- Ma'arabi. The wicks of
the six other branches all faced
I the Western light, which, as the
. perpetual light, was never per-
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JEWISH FRIENDS AND
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j hn Hai 11 Ufe
Insurer
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Greetings for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
MIAMI
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132 N. W. 20th Street
mitted to go out.
The Menorah from the Temple
vanished after its destruction by
the Romans, the priests having
hid it. The reproduction of the
seven-branched candelabrum on
the Arch of Titus in Rome is be-
lieved to be a replica of the origi-
nal.
Because it was forbidden to
reproduce the sacred golden Me-
norah of the Temple for ritual
or other sources, the Hanukkah
Menorah is not seven-branched.
In the light of the prescription
on imitating th# Menorah. the
Jews of old fashioned a lamp of
similar shape for the Hanukkah
service by utilizing the Menorah
motif and* adapting it to the needs
of an eight-day festival by means
of a lamp of four semi-circles in-
stead of three, with the central
shaft used for the Shammash.
B'nai B'rith is the only Jewish
organization in the United States
that uses the seven-branched Me-
norah as its official emblem. The
Menorah has been the symbol of
B'nai B'rith from the time it was
founded In 1843. Every B'nai
B'rith meeting room has a Meno-
rah and this symbol is used on
stationery, literature, publica-
tions, books, pins and banners.
In the B'nai B'rith ritual the
seven lights of the Menorah are
illuminated to the accompani-
ment of a special prayer. The
lights, in order, stand for Light.
Justice, Peace. Truth. Benevol-
ence. Brotherly Love and Har-
mony, the latter three being the
three virtues which make up
B'nai B'rith's motto.
The Menorah remained a sym-
bol of the Jewish people until
Medieval times when the six-
pointed Star of David came into
vogue as a Jewish emblem.
As an architectural motif the
Menorah has been used in syna-
gogues, pillars in public buildings
and tombs. In the preparation
of amulets a formula of seven
letters and seven verses in the
form of a Menorah is often de-
vised.
The eight-branched, or Hanuk-
kah Menorah. is the one most
often used In synagogues because
it was regarded as unseemly for
the eight-branched Hanukkah
and the seven-branched Menorah
to rival each other. The eight-
branched Menorah is used be-
cause in shape and design it in-
cludes the seven-branched can-
delabrum.
Ft. Lauderdale Notes
The B'nai B'rith Women's Aux-
iliary' of Broward County met
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Jack Rosner.
Decisions were made to send
checks to the Community Chest
offices of Fort Lauderdale, Hol-
lywood and Dania.
A social was held Thursday at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
man.
The next meeting will take
place December 18th at the home
of Mrs. Ardie Fincke. 1525 Van
Buren Street, in Hollywood.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
AanqU-a
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1246 N. E. lit Ave. Miami. Fla.
Sabbath services Friday at 8
a. m.
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m.
Temple Emanu-El Youth Club,
Sunday at 11:30 a. m., weekly
meeting.
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
Monday at 8 p. m., bi-weekly
meeting.
Weekly all-day Sisterhood sew-
ing session for the American Red
Cross, British War Relief Society
and Bundles for Britain, Wednes-
days from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Adult Bible and Hebrew class,
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
The only Synagogue in Brow-
ard County.
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Phones 4-59514-7163
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47 N. W. 32 Place Miami. Fla.
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Quality Merchandise
136 N. W. 11th Avenue
Phone 2-4238
THE MAKERS of THAT GOOD
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PHONE 3-8655
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TAMIAMI TOURIST
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Jewish Patronage Kindly Solicited
Beach Commonwealth
Title Company
208 Mercantile Bank Bldg.
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Vice President
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IS FAITHFULLY FULFILLED
ABE EISENBERG
Resident Manager
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REES MARSHALL
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Vents Louvers Steps
and
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*H*SV.;
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1941
TEP TALKS
By Len Glasser
Tau Alpha of Tau Epsilon Phi
closed another successful week
in the intra-mural program at
the University of Florida. The
chapter reached the finals of the
shuffelboard tournament and are
to play in the semifinals of the
touch football tourney this week.
Elmore Spector, graduate of
Miami High School has achieved
much fame at school due to his
participation in many of the
campus activities offered. He is
a member of the school Pep Club
and has taken many trips with
varsity teams. Last Year's
shuffleboard champion, he is
now manager of that sport and is
also on the intra-mural board.
In spite of all this work, Elmore
still found time to contribute
many articles to the Florida Alli-
gator, the official newspaper of
the school.
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EPICURE MARKET.
INC.
1656 Alton Road Ph. 5-6788
Miami Beach, Fla.
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
WM. I. BURNS
INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY
1542-43 DuPont BldQ. Ph. 2-6774
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY CHAXIKA
Raymond A. Williams
DIRECTOR OF" DEPARTMENT
OF WASTE and SHOPS
CITY of MIAMI
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY-
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
THALER BROS.
BAKERY
12 Ocean Drive
Ph. 5-1387
Many Season's Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
HENRY A. POHL,
INC.
Florida Distributors for
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
DIESEL AND GAS
REGISTERED
YACHT BROKERS
410 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 2-1577
Jewi ncridttan
PAGE THIRTEEN
Arthur Bookbinder, former
student at Miami Beach High
SCH0O1 and famous for his comic
impersonations has achieved re-
cognition on the campus because
of his dramatic ability. Art has
already been in one of the Flor-
ida Players one-act plays and it
was announced to-day that he is
to receive an important role in
the second one of the year. In
between acts, so to speak, Art
managed to find time to enter the
independent ping-pong tourna-
ment and reached the finals be-
fore losing. He extended his
campus activities even more and
is on the way to becoming a
manager of an intra-mural sport.
Notes About Boys from Greater
Miami
"Flip" Rosen is one of the lead-
ing contenders for the honor of
being point man in intra-murals.
Bob Kaplan is being counted
on for the varsity tennis team
this year.
Joel Cohen is said to be shoot-
ing the tough Gainesville Golf
Course in the low 70's.
Mel Richardson is still contri-
buting cartoons to all of the
school publications.
Jack Rosenthal as on the Top
swimming, volley-ball, horse-
shoes, basket-ball, boxing and
foot-ball teams.
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1151 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach. Fla.
TELEPHONE 5-5509
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A MASTER PLUMBER
3396 Coral Way Ph. 4-2140
CHANUKA GREETINGS
S H R I B E R' S
FISHING TACKLE SHOP
Whore In Fish What to Use
Rods Custom-Built on premises
Marine Supplied
517 West Ave. Miami Beach. Fla.
Opp. Gulf Fishina Docks
Telephone 5-1923
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61 N. E. 54 St. Ph. 7-9835
PHONES: 2-7172-2-3664
American Beddina and
Upholstering Co.
Manufacturers of
mattresses. BOX SPRINGS,
STUDIO COUCHES
2630 N. W. Second Ave. Miami Fla.
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F. A. KAUTZMANN
Phone 2-8481
201 N. W. 1st Court phone ^^
100 State Highway
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HERRON WOODCRAFT SHOP
, Phone 7-3747
7511 N. W. 7th Avenue
J.wUh Patronage Kindly Solicited
Madame Rose Bampton
The first concert of the 1941-
42 season, of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra, di-
rected by John Bitter, will take
place on December 15 at Orche-
stra Hall of Miami Senior High
School. Madame Rose Bampton
will be the assisting artist.
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SHIER'S SHOE SHOP
1174 S. W. 17 Ave. Phone 3-3545
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H. D. SHEKELS
SERVICE STATION
1700 N. W. 20 St. Miami, Fla.
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FINANCIAL STABILITY
Hjalmar Schacht was adressing
a group of London bankers on the
subject of a German loan. He
pointed out how this step would
help all Europe. "And your
money is perfectly safe," con-
tinued the financier. "Please
remember that in spite of anti-
German propaganda we are still
a stable country. Under ground
we have mines with untold trea-
sures. Above ground we have
our great and incomparable Hit-
ler."
One of the bankers whispered
to Lord Rothschild, asking him
what he thought of Schacht's
proposition.
"If the guarantees were re-
versed, I would be in favor of
the loan," replied Rothschild.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
IROQUOIS CHINA.
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Hotel. Restaurant and Soda
Fountain Equipment
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THE PRESCRIBED REWARD
Simon: Well, what's new to-
day?
Nathan: At last I do have some-
thing new. I have just heard a
brand new Nazi joke. What do
I get for telling It?
Simon: Don't you know by this
time? Six months in a concen-
tration camp.
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BECK'S GARAGE
1132 15 St.
Miami Beach, Fla.
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CONTAGION
Leo Praeger. aged Jew of
Vienna, was reading a newspaper
item describing an airplane dis-
aster in which six passengers had
been killed.
"These are certainly critical
times," remarked Praeger. "The
air is getting to be just as unsafe
as the street."
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
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SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's none**- Cengree&tion)
16 N. W. Third Arenue
MAX SHAPIRO. RAbbl
Residence Phone 2-217*
Office Phone 1-1471
HERMAN M. MARBEIN
1134 s w. 4th st Phon I-81T!
Late Friday Evening Services
At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct the services. Cantor
Henry Marbein and a mixed
choir will chant. In view of the
150th anniversary of the "Bill of
Rights." Rabbi Max Shapiro will
discuss the subject. "An Ameri-
can ObservanceIn What Sense?"
An Oneg Shabbos in the audi-
torium immediately after the
benediction arranged by Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Fine, in honor of their
sen. Louis' birthday.
Double Bar Mitxvah
During the services this Satur-
day morning, at 9:30 o'clock.
Harvey, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Relman. and Alan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Eber. will
become bar mitzvah. An invita-
tion is extended to all worshipers
to attend the reception which
will follow immediately after the
services.
Carnival
A Chanuka carnival for Sunday
School students will be held this
Sunday afternoon from 3 to 7
o'clock. We urge all parents to
bring their children.
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services....._______7:30 ana.
Evening Services ...____6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning----------8:30 a.m.
Sundav morning ______8:00 a.m.
j Hebrew School, daily.- 3:15 to
SEASON8 GREETINGS
TV MY JEWISH FRIENDS
I. A. FITE
ADJUSTER
711 Langford Bldg. Ph. 2-^519
PEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
i- H A N I" K A
C. N. GRIMSHAW
ST WISHES TO OCR many
Jewish FRIENDS an:
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41st STREET FLORIST
3 St P- 5-52"
Wumi Beach. Fla.
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JEWISH FRIENDS
DR. A. FARMER
1"08 N. W. 3 Ave.
Ph. 2-625:
SEA N S riNGS
CENTURY
Feed and Supply Co.
34" V M a~ Ae
Ba:> C- : Headquarter!
BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
SHENANDOAH FISH MARKET
We do our own barbecueing and smoking
3ARBECUE RI3S BARBECUE CHICKEN SMOKED FISH
1715 S. W. 8th Street
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I. L WILSON GARAGE
3605 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-9S68
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
Enjoy Your Visit and Be Sure to Ride
WOFFORD SIGHTSEEING BOATS
2400 Ocean Drive Phone 5-0291
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Phone 2 2855 Nit* Phone 2-6454
MIAMI. FLORIDA
6.15 p. m.
Uri. Lais Urchin Rrtcrtime 1" **
Dmtd Ccn^rtittom ami Sutck***
Congregational Meeting
Sidney H. Palmer, president of
the Congregation, announces that
a regular monthly meeting will
I be held Sunday evening at 8 p. m.
' at Beth David auditorium. Many
important matters will be dis-
cussed, a guest speaker will be
I heard and refreshments will be
: served. It is hoped that all mem-
bers will attend.
Federation Campaign
We urge our members and
friends to volunteer their ser-
vices in behalf of the Federation
Campaign and respond to its call.
Particularly should our members
be interested in view of the fact
that our Congregation is a con-
stituent agency and our Talmud
Torah is a participating agency
of the Federation.
Cultural Group
Group of Jewish studies for
adults will hold its second cultur-
al meeting Monday evening. De-
cember' 22nd. "Kohol" group un-
der the direction of Cantor Henry
Marbein. elementary- and conver-
sational Hebrew taught by Louis
Gadon. and a course in Hebraic
Civilization will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Home Studies Group
Members and friends of Beth
David who desire to form inform-
al cultural groups at different
homes for purpose of discussion,
are advised that the Rabbi will be
more than happy to start such
groups if contacted. The initia-
tive must be taken by the indi-
vidual to form such groups.
In Memorium
The following names of beloved
ones who are inscribed in our
Book of Life, and whose Yahr-
zeiten occur this coming week
will be mentioned during the ser-
vices Friday night: Zalman,
brother of Nat Zalka: Rochel,
mother of Nat Klein: Yitzchock
Moshe. brother of Mrs. Alex Mil-
ler and son of Mrs. E. Morton;
Daniel, father of Mrs. Ben Miller;
Zalman. father of H. Ray vis; La-
bel, father of Leo Ackerman.
Latka Party
The Sisterhood will celebrate
its traditional Chanuka Sunday
this year with a latka party.
Cards, mah jongg and bingo will
be enjoyed, as well as an excel-
lent program. Mrs. J. Engler.
chairman, is formulating many
fine plans for your entertainment
that evening. Remember Sunday
evening, December 21st at 8
m. at the Beth David auditorium!
Regular Meeting
Mrs. Isadore Fine, president
hopes to greet many members
this Wednesday at our regular
monthly meeting. New plans
will be formulated, and a guest
speaker will be heard.
American Red Cross Sewing
We urge all women to register
with us for the American Red
Cross classes which are held at
the Beth David auditorium every
Tuesday and Thursday through-
out the day. This is an emerg-
ency, and we need every woman
who can sew, knit or crochet to
join with us in defense of our
country. For information call
2-1473.
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6895 N. W. -S Ave.
Ph. 7-9526
The pious Hannah Baile had
a great deal of faith in her rabbi,
and being confronted by a great
many trials, she went to him to
unburden her heart. After talk-
ing to the holy man incessantly
for two hours, Hannah Baile said:
"I forgot to tell you that when
I came here I had a terrific head-
ache, but now it disappeared."
"You are mistaken, my dear
woman." said the rabbi. "The
headache has not disappeared. I
have it now."
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That the coming year may be one of great prosperity and
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H I A L E A H


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
* knisHkridictri
Rodents on the Beach
Have you heard of the latest
Nazi stunt being tried in Greater
Miami? Hitlerite women,
seeking to disrupt British relief
work, know that a large propor-
tion of those knitting for British
relief on the Beach are Jewish.
Therefore, the rodents, who evi-
dently are carrying out a well-
laid plan, circulate in the knitting
headquarters, acting as though
they were officals of the organi-
zatmn They make anti-Semitic
remarks in the hearing of Jewish
w.omen The natural reaction
of those who hear the derogatory
statements is to cease their work
for British relief.
Our office frequently has re-
ceived reports of similar inci-
dents but heretofore has been un-
able to trace them During the
past week a specific complaint
was made against a woman sup-
posedly in charge of one of the
knitting centers who had en-
gaged in an anti-Semitic out-
burst ... A check-up did not re-
veal anyone by that name in au-
thority.
A conference with the proper
official of the organization re-
vealed this occurrence to be part
of an organized Nazi campaign .
The Beach, too, has its share of
Adolph-lovers One or two of
them come from the "best" fami-
lies ... A number of others of
German extraction have not hes-
itated to manifest their un-Amer-
ican sentiments.
Jewish women who have been
helping British war relief should
PAGE FIFTEEN
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Ph. 7-9404
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Phone 5-9386
not permit themselves to be dis-
couraged by such divisive tac-
tics The next time that you
hear a remark be sure to have
the person identified Then re-
port it to us .. We will be happy
to handle the problem without
any embarrassment to you .
Remember, though, that reliable
information is needed Mere
rumor will not suffice.
They Know Not What They Do
A statement in a local newspa-
per last week relative to a scur-
rilous tract on the Talmud being
circulated here, has brought an
equally vicious letter from a writ-
er who is ashamed to sign his
name, but merely calls himself
"An American."
The letter certainly leaves
grave doubts as to the writer's
Americanism ... It rehashes ev-
ery lie which appeared in the
original leaflet and concludes
with the warning that "We are
watching you Jews and other
Christian haters. Don't forget
this There's a day of reck-
oning not far in the future .
Justice will catch up with crooks
eventually. "... Most signifi-
cant in the vile letter is the con-
tinual linking up of Stalin,
Churchill and "Rosenfelt."
At almost the same time that
this letter was being written, a
speaker for the America First
Committee up in Boston was ha-
ranguing a mob on the subject of
"Rosenfelt, Franwfurter and Co-
hen." ... He is blind who today
would deny the existence of a
classic Nazi pattern in America .
It displays itself quite openly in
remarks by America First lead-
ers, and even in the isolated acts
of its devotees, among which we
surely must number the author of
this slimy letter.
Let one thing be crystal clear,
especially for the benefit of Jew-
ish organizations inviting speak-
ers Today, he who cooper-
ates with America First mob-
sters, is consorting with anti-
Semites, even though he may not
be anti-Semitic himself Many
of the leaders in the movement
such as Lindbergh, for example,
are anti-Semitic and no effort, so
far as we know, has been made
by the America First Committee
to eliminate them.
Jews and the War
And lest you think that we're
falling into the America First
Committee trap, which says that
all Jews oppose them because
they are warmongers, let's cite
a recent item on the Jews vis a
vis the war ... In New York
City, a Socialist, George W. Hart-
mann, was a candidate for elec-
tion as mayor of New York .
The "Call" reports that his cam-
paign platform was opposition to
Roosevelt's foreign policy ... He
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GREETINGS TO OUR MANY
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SAM'S BODY AND
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163 N. W. 11 St.......Ph. 3-9123
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seasons GREETINGS
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In the News Tower
called upon voters to register
their opposition to American en-
try into the war.
Well, with this emphasis upon
anti-war attitudes, Hartmann re-
ceived his highest vote in those
districts which are almost 100
per cent Jewish ... An interest-
ing and amusing sidelight of the
election took place in a district
in the heart of Manhattan which
has only one voter, Rabbi Nathan
Wolf When interviewed by
reporters, Wolf said, "I voted for
George W. Hartmann because he
opposes our entry into the war."
So when next you hear that all
Jews are war-mongers, remember
this story.
A New Ally
The ADL gains a new ally for
its work in this area, as Appreci-
ate America opens a Florida of-
fice This group, whose head-
quarters in Chicago has Professor
Paul A. Douglas (of the Univer-
sity of Chicago Round Table) as
its chairman, has been doing a
fine piece of work in promoting
the American way of life.
From its inception, the ADL has
cooperated in the program .
Now that a local office has been
set up, this mutual helpfulness
will extend to our own area.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1941
MIAMI JEWISH
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CONGREGATION
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::3 B. W. 14th Terrace
Phor.e 3-5:?:
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JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor
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Phone
TALMUD TORAH
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every American with a deter-
mination that the freedoms and
liberties of our nation will be
maintained at whatever sacri-
fice. We. who see the will of
God translated into everyday ^e
Si our democracy accept the chal-
lenge hurled at us and stand one
hundred per cent loyally behind
the efforts of our gTeat presi-
dent and congress to insure the
victory of Truth and the triumph
of justice until such times when
the Peace vouchafed ur.to us in
Prohpetic Promise will become a
romantic reality and our Nation
of free Americans will lead man-
kind towards an era of individual
bliss and international content-
ment. In the everyday life of
the congregation we will intro-
duce a new note of patriotic re-
dedication and every religious act
in the synagogue will be mter-
1 woven with an intense spirit of
' Americanism. The Committee
on Services after meeting with
Rabbi Kellner voted to include
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Daily Shachrls -----------7:15 a. m.
Second Minyon------------8:00 a. m.
Mincha_____________5:30 p. m.
Maariv______________6:00 p. m
iFridav ___........ -------5:15 p.m.
Sabbath Service ------9:00 a.m.
I into the Sabt-ath Services every
'week a special Prayer for the
! President.
A .-oecial prayer for the Presi-
dent of the United States, its
leaders and brave soldiers, as
well as for victory, speedy and
complete may it be. The theme
of Americanism will also be in-
cluded m the
Rabbi's Sermon
Rabbi Abraham Kellner will
preach a special sermon in honor
of the celebrations for the Bill
of Rights and will speak Satur-
day morning at 10:30 on By
Right, not By Might." Whilst
Cantor Malek will chant the
Rosh Chodesh Bentshen. This
note of patriotism has also been
displayed by the committee of our
Ladies Auxiliary
who are sponsoring their an-
nual Chanuka Latke Party on
Sunday night. Dec. 14th at 8 p. m.
in the' Talmud Torah Hall. 1545
S W. 3rd Street. A goodly por-
tion of the proceeds are devoted
to the furtherance of good Jew-
lshness and loyal Americanism.
very month the auxiliary dis-
tributes United States Defense
Savings Stamps as prizes for
deserving children in the Talmud
Torah and Sunday school.
Another aspect of Americanism
- ". be discussed in our opening
Friday Evening Forum
which will take place on Friday
Dec. 19th at 8 30 p. m. at which
time Rabbi Kellner will speak on
False Heroes" and will answer
the charges contained in Justice
Jerome Frank's recent article in
the Saturday Evening Post. Can-
tor Malek and the school choir
will participate in these forums.
A high note of patriotism will be
struck in the special observances
for the One Hundred and Fiftieth
Anniversary' of the Bill of Rights
at a special
Congregational Meeting
which is called by our president,
Max Rifas in the new synagogue
for Tuesday night. Dec. 16th at
8 p. m. This gathering will be
highlighted by a presentation of
an American Flag to the syna-
gogue by the Frieda Markowitz
Post of the Jewish War Veterans.
In addition to the above meeting
will feature a symposium in
which the following speakers will
participate. Herbert U. Feibel-
man who will discuss "The Bill
of Rights in War and Peace."
Rabbi Abraham Kellner will
speak on "Right Makes Might"
and George Chertkof will pre.
side over the program.
In Memoriam
Sunday, the 20th day of Kislev
will be the first Yahrzc-it for our
late and revered friend Dr. Israel
Aaron Temple Lecher Lizoddic
Livrocho. It is with a sense of
soulful satisfaction that we record
the fact that his sainted memory
will be forever honored with the
establishment of a Yeshiva in our
community to his memory and in
his name. There is no better way
that we can prove in our daily
lives that the memory of the
Righteous is a Blessing.
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHEU5FF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2163 S. W. 21t Terrace Religious School Examinations were held in all 25" **bi and SeS during ,h Ur B ard 0f Education during the week. Tests will be given in all classes Sunday morning. Our faculty is ready at all times to discuss wi h?h n M Progrt ss and P'oblenw with children. Our faculty meets each Sunday at 12:30 p. m for discussion ot school work and pedagogical principles and methods under the leadership of our Rabbi Our P. T. A. is helping in the preparation for our annual Chanuka Entertainment and parent reception. School Chanukah Entertainment Our School will present its annual entertainment Sunday eveSynagogue Services Daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; at 5:10 and 5:45 p. m.. Sabbath: Mincha at 5 p. m.; Shachriss at 7 and 9 a. m. Sermon: "Youth." Friday Night Forum "Red, White or Blue" will be the lecture subject by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff this Friday night. Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Our service starts promptly at 8:30 p. m. and closes at 9:30 p. m. REST WISHES TO OIK MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Foye Cothrin, Inc. READ ESTATE 1069 R. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-3206 BEST WISHES To OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS HOME LINEN SUPPLY CO. 514 Michigan Ave. Ph. 5-3501 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS DINING AND DANCING AT JEAN'S BISCAYNE TAVERN 11420 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 7-9175 CHANUKA GREETINGS Servi-Cycles Packard Hit ycles Lawn Mowers SADES AND SERVICE MORE CYCLE AND SERVICE CO. Not Inc. MIAMI. FLORIDA Tires. Parts, Tubes. Accessories '85 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 7-2602 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS CHARLES APTS. 750 Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 5-4074 BEST WISHES TO OIK MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Dr. Charles Beckwitt OPTOMETRIST 36 N. 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Two playlets will be presented: "The Last Candles" and "Children of Today". Players include: Hinda Chancer, Bernard Milstein, Jerry Shechter, Marilyn Goodman, Gerald Enerfeld, Paul Levrant, Ruth Swersky Marvin Goodman, Morton Rosenbaum. Habanoth Chanukah Function Our Habanoth are arranging a Chanukah affair to be held Saturday night. December 20th. An elaborate program will be presented. Dancing will follow. The Maccabeans will be guests of the organization. Daughters of Israel The Daughters of Israel and Men's Division held its opening meeting of this year at our synagogue Wednesday night. Plans were discussed for the realization of the organization's project to erect a ritual pool for the observance of the traditional HEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS R. E. BIGGS POULTRY 501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Miami. Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRI i.N'S Craftwood Products 276 N. W. 27 Terrace Ph. 2-3942 I'.EST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. W. 22 St. Ph. 2-4197 CHANUKA GREETINGS CORAL GABLES BODY SHOP FRANK N. BR1DUES 135 Madeira Ave. Ph. 4-4966 STATION WAGON BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ARTHUR CARLSON STUDIO AND MUSIC SHOP 214 S. W. 12 Ave. Miami. Fla. SEASONS GREETINGS EAT %  A BITE SANDWICH SHOP 1145 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9361 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRON'S EMILE'S RESTAURANT 1347 Collina Ave. Ph. 5-6114 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANYJEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS COLONY HOTEL 738 Ocean Drive Ph. 6-4774 Miami Beach. Fla. 8 I N CERE C H A N U K A G R E E TINGS VAL C. CLEARY PAGE ELEVEN Jewish laws of family purity. President of the organization is Mrs. E. Brenner. Stream-lined Lecture Our series of stream-lined lectures presented each Tuesday night before the joint meeting of our Habanoth and Maccabean clubs has proved highly successful. Last week's lecturer was Dr. Herman L. Mechlowitz. His subject was: How painless is dentistry. Next week Miss Malvina Weiss will be the guest lecturer. Her subject: Oh, for the life of a teacher. Junior Congregation, and Minnionaires We are happy to note the very large weekly increase in attendance at our Junior Congregation service and the Sunday morning Minnionaire service. Our thanks go to Mr. A. Loskove for splendid leadership, and to our Sisterhood for excellent help in the serving of refreshments Saturday mornings and breakfasts Sundays. We most cordially invite every Jewish boy and girl who can read from the siddur to attend the Saturday services at 9 a. m. and all young men past thirteen to the Sunday morning service at 8:45 a. m. Young Judea A large increase in memberSBA80N'S GREETING8 E. GEORGE BERNARD Postal Blda. Miami, Fla. BIncora Chanuka Greetings I.C. AUTO SUPPLY CO. 3527 N. 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Since the snow and cold bogged down the Nazi drive in Russia—it just goes to prove that the Nazis "smell on ice, too"—It also proves that a rolling stone gathers no Moscow After the British finish their African campaign, the new theme song will be "The Axis doesn't Libya anymore" The optimist says "This is the best of all possible world." the pessimist says "I'm afraid so." SEASON'S GREETING >S Marion Butler, Ir. 1616 Alton Road PHONE 5-6409 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Camden Auto Repair 1455 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-6719 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS EDISON Electrical Fixture Co. 1009 S. W. 8 St. Ph. 3-3114 BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS JOHN'S GROCERY 843 N. W. 54 St. Ph. 7-9491 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREAT SOUTHERN AUTO PARTS 1698 N. 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PAGE TEN +Jeistrkrkflar> Well election time has come and gone. Funny how insignificant it appears when the U. S. is faced with agression. Yet life still must go on and now more than ever we must all work in harmony. Our problems and burdens as Americans and Jews have increased beyond our imaginations. We are pledged to give our all toward ultimate victory in the w_or!d conflict. We must also pledge ourselves to work together as brothers as never before. Nothing but an election could have brought out so many brothers to a meeting. One half hi LIT before the meeting there was no more parking space on the grounds cf the V." Club. The elections went thru without heated debate and rath, r ; ~ : %  :.• v. SHE? T R MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATR NDallet Garage and Acme Cab 3*C 22rrt fit. Ph. 5-6721 ly. That is to say. as smoothly as could be expected with a few hundred brothers talking amongst themselves. In one race a speaker : for one of the candidates made the faux pas of stating that his candidate was a lawyer which brought a laugh from the aud, ience. Another feature of the meeting was the collection of several hundred dollars in delinquent dues so that brothers could be eligible to vote. Many brothers came who had not attended tings in years. Maybe from now on they'll be down more regularly. The new officers of Sholem Large are: Burnett Roth (unopposed' president: Louis Heiman in a close race* first vice president: Milton A. Friedman, second vice-president (reelected>: Harold Turk (unopposed' treasurer; Walter Kovner. recording secretary: Sam Silver (unopposed) financial secretary: Abe Aronovitz (automatically! monitor: Dr. Alex Kushner. assistant monitor: Maurice Cromer. warden: Marty Milstein, guardian: Leo Eisenstein (unopposed i three year trustee: Jack Abbott. Al Pallott and Carl GREETINGS T I OCR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRi \s Craftsmens Villaae 3520 V W. 46 St. Ph. 8-2419 SEASON S GREETINGS T I >CR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS BEACH MILL AND SUPPLY CO. •327 20 St. Ph. 5-6669 Weinkle (unopposed* one year trustees. The elections this year were run off rather hurriedly in order that the brothers and the Auxiliary could hear the address by lent Roosevelt on the present crisis. Precisely at 10 p. m. the meeting was temporarily adjourned and a radio which had been especially brought to the meeting was turned on. It was quite a dramatic scene, with everyone pulling his or her seat as close as possible to the radio so that not one word would be missed. I do not have to tell the contents of the address for I am certain that every* American had his or her ears glued to the radio simultaneously. Following the historic address a telegram was sent in the name of the Lodge to the president pledging our all out aid in any manner called upon. Unlike previous years the installation banquet of the Lodge will take place this month rather than in January-. Promptly at T p. m. on December 21st at the Evans Hotel. Miami Beach, the doors of the dining room will be opened and ""soup will be on" shortly thereafter. A delicious dinner will be served and the speaking program will be short other than the main speaker. Following the program there will be dancing in the ballroom, or many will attend the AZA sweetheart dance at the Alcazar. Tickets are S2.00 per plate and reservations are now being taken by Sam Silver, chairman, and the B'nai B'rith office. Only 400 reservations will be accepted and first come, first seats as it were. I'm leaving the best news for the last. The principal speaker BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ABBOTT ELECTRIC ;• %  %  .-. :: • Masda :• %  • %  Wiring, ;:; kin .-. i : Alteration! of a' t) : M 'M N. E. 20 St. P. 3-62S-1 BEST WISHES TO 01 ': MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS J. M. Blow Tittle Co. Se/boia Bit*. Ph. 2 682 : ::ST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS CUBAN BAR 1701 N. W. 4 Ave. Ph. 2.898' BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS CORTEZ COFFEE SHOP 241 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 2-S171 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATH' >NS CENTRAL BAR-B-Q 2700 W. Flagler St. Ph. 4-9497 Sincere Chanuka Greetings DAY AND NITE CURB MARKET 47 N. W. 79th St.. Ph. 7-9379 SEASON'S GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL. INC. CONTRACTORS 79 N. E. 20th Terrace 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 3-7488 Phone 7-2876 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS LITTLE FLOWER SHOP 838 Washington AT*. Phone 5-6521 BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS MRS. GRACE F. DETERMAN 6968 Abbott Ave. Ph. 6-1091 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS DON'S GARAGE 5890 N. W. 7 Awe. Ph. 7-934 TO ALL. A HAPPY CHANUKA W. H. ELLIS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA—FROM BONITA FRUIT PRESERVING CO. 5420 N. Miami Avenue— Phone 7-4844 We desire to meet again our many thousands of Jewish friends who visited us at Bonita Groves. In the grove surrounding the factory we have 144 species of tropical trees bearing edible fruit, many hailing from Palestine. We shall be glad to see you. CHANUKA GREETINGS ELECTROLUX CORP. Postal B-d.ro will be none other than Dr. Abraham Sachar. probably the finest Jewish orator in the world today. Dr. Sachar is head of the Hillel Foundations throughout the U. S. He will come down from his home in Illinois especially for this occasion. Every Jew in this state should be thrilled to hear him and no doubt many folks outside of Miami will be coming down for that purpose. With only 400 seats available it is imperative that you make your reservations immediately. There is only one week left and seats will be going like wild fire. A FACTUAL ACCOUNT The prospective bridegroom looked daggers at the shadchan. "I have always been afraid of men of your calibre," he said, "and now I find that my fear is justified." "Why are you so agitated?" interrupted the shadchan. "Has thins happened since I saw you last?" "Plenty has happened." continued the young man. "You assured me that the girl's father is dead, and now I find that he is serving a sentence in jail." "Well," said the shadchan triumphantly. "I ask you: Do you call that living?" FRIDAY, DECEMB ER 12, ig 41 HE KNOWS HIS GOVERNMENT The postmaster of Warsaw was surprised to find in the mails a letter addressed to God. After some deliberation, he decided to turn over this unique document to Marshal Joseph Pilsudski, then the dictator of Poland. The let| ter came from a poor Jewish tailor in a small town, and it contained a complaint against current conditions and especially high taxes. It concluded with a request for two hundred and fifty zlotys in order to save the tailor's home from being taken over by the police magistrate for non-payment of taxes. The Marshal was greatly im; pressed by the naivete of this | letter, and penning a note on the official stationery of Belvidero Palace, headquarters of the government, he informed the 'tailor that God had heard his I petition and that the two huni dred and fifty zlotys were enclosed. JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH BEST WISHES TO OCR U \NY JEWISH FRIEND8 AND PATRONS COCONUT GROVE AWNING CO. 3326 Mary St. Ph. 4-5O30 EST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Dade Refrigerating Co. Inc. 1792 N. W. X St. Ph. 2.7868 BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BISCAYNE LAUNDRY 231 11 St. Ph. 5-2954 CHANUKA GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST CONGRESS BUILDING STREET FLOOR PHONE 25254 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS EVERETT'S MARINE SERVICE STATION 55 S. W. 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*H*SV.; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1941 TEP TALKS By Len Glasser Tau Alpha of Tau Epsilon Phi closed another successful week in the intra-mural program at the University of Florida. The chapter reached the finals of the shuffelboard tournament and are to play in the semifinals of the touch football tourney this week. Elmore Spector, graduate of Miami High School has achieved much fame at school due to his participation in many of the campus activities offered. He is a member of the school Pep Club and has taken many trips with varsity teams. Last Year's shuffleboard champion, he is now manager of that sport and is also on the intra-mural board. In spite of all this work, Elmore still found time to contribute many articles to the Florida Alligator, the official newspaper of the school. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA EPICURE MARKET. INC. 1656 Alton Road Ph. 5-6788 Miami Beach, Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS WM. I. BURNS INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY 1542-43 DuPont BldQ. Ph. 2-6774 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY CHAXIKA Raymond A. Williams DIRECTOR OF" DEPARTMENT OF WASTE and SHOPS CITY of MIAMI BEST WISHES TO OUR MANYJEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS THALER BROS. BAKERY 12 Ocean Drive Ph. 5-1387 Many Season's Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons HENRY A. POHL, INC. Florida Distributors for GRAY MARINE MOTORS DIESEL AND GAS REGISTERED YACHT BROKERS 410 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 2-1577 • Jewi ncridttan PAGE THIRTEEN Arthur Bookbinder, former student at Miami Beach High SCH0O1 and famous for his comic impersonations has achieved recognition on the campus because of his dramatic ability. Art has already been in one of the Florida Players one-act plays and it was announced to-day that he is to receive an important role in the second one of the year. In between acts, so to speak, Art managed to find time to enter the independent ping-pong tournament and reached the finals before losing. He extended his campus activities even more and is on the way to becoming a manager of an intra-mural sport. Notes About Boys from Greater Miami "Flip" Rosen is one of the leading contenders for the honor of being point man in intra-murals. Bob Kaplan is being counted on for the varsity tennis team this year. Joel Cohen is said to be shooting the tough Gainesville Golf Course in the low 70's. Mel Richardson is still contributing cartoons to all of the school publications. Jack Rosenthal as on the Top swimming, volley-ball, horseshoes, basket-ball, boxing and foot-ball teams. I'HAXl'KA GREETINGS A RT I S TIC BEAUTY SALON Completely Air Conditioned 1151 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. Fla. TELEPHONE 5-5509 BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS GEO. H. CRAWFORD A MASTER PLUMBER 3396 Coral Way Ph. 4-2140 CHANUKA GREETINGS S H R I B E R' S FISHING TACKLE SHOP Whore In Fish What to Use Rods Custom-Built on premises Marine Supplied 517 West Ave. Miami Beach. Fla. Opp. Gulf Fishina Docks Telephone 5-1923 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS DES-TEX DISTRIBUTING CO. 61 N. E. 54 St. Ph. 7-9835 PHONES: 2-7172-2-3664 American Beddina and Upholstering Co. Manufacturers of MATTRESSES. BOX SPRINGS, STUDIO COUCHES 2630 N. W. Second Ave. Miami Fla. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc. •TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami Florida PHONE 3-4011 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA KAUTZMANN-VERNET LUMBER CO. F. A. KAUTZMANN Phone 2-8481 201 N. W. 1st Court phone ^^ 100 State Highway BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS HERRON WOODCRAFT SHOP Phone 7-3747 7511 N. W. 7th Avenue J.wUh Patronage Kindly Solicited Madame Rose Bampton The first concert of the 194142 season, of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, directed by John Bitter, will take place on December 15 at Orchestra Hall of Miami Senior High School. Madame Rose Bampton will be the assisting artist. rJjGUST BROS Ry^ ifr IS the BEST.' BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS AMERICAN FINANCE CORP. 819 N. E. 2 Ave Ph. 3-3326 BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SHIER'S SHOE SHOP 1174 S. W. 17 Ave. Phone 3-3545 BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS H. D. SHEKELS SERVICE STATION 1700 N. W. 20 St. Miami, Fla. BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 Alton Road Phone 5-2305 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS PENN DIXIE CEMENT CORP. 40 N. E. 22 St. Phone 2-3314 SEASONS GREETINGS TO OCR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Little Farm Market and Poultry 8370 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS LIVE AND LET LIVE DRUG STORE 3520 N. W. 17 Ave. Ph. 2-7416 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS LERETTES TRANSFER AND American Van and Storage 3325 N. W. 6 Ave. Ph. 2-7445 FINANCIAL STABILITY Hjalmar Schacht was adressing a group of London bankers on the subject of a German loan. He pointed out how this step would help all Europe. "And your money is perfectly safe," continued the financier. "Please remember that in spite of antiGerman propaganda we are still a stable country. Under ground we have mines with untold treasures. Above ground we have our great and incomparable Hitler." One of the bankers whispered to Lord Rothschild, asking him what he thought of Schacht's proposition. "If the guarantees were reversed, I would be in favor of the loan," replied Rothschild. CHANUKA GREETINGS IROQUOIS CHINA. ONEIDA SILVER BRAMLETT EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY CO. Hotel. Restaurant and Soda Fountain Equipment HOMER P. BRAMLETT 800 N. E. Firat Ave. Ph. 2-0794 THE PRESCRIBED REWARD Simon: Well, what's new today? Nathan: At last I do have something new. I have just heard a brand new Nazi joke. What do I get for telling It? Simon: Don't you know by this time? Six months in a concentration camp. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15 St. Miami Beach, Fla. CHANUKA GREETINGS DULANE Y'S MARKETS 'If Its Delicious—Its Dulaney's" 1407 Washington Avenue 411 Forty-First Street MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA DR. ROY T. BOVARD BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY' JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SCHULTZHODO REALTY CO. Shoreland Arcade Phone 3-8681 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT. INC. 125 S. W. 30 Court Phone 4-1659 CONTAGION Leo Praeger. aged Jew of Vienna, was reading a newspaper item describing an airplane disaster in which six passengers had been killed. "These are certainly critical times," remarked Praeger. "The air is getting to be just as unsafe as the street." MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS THE BLUEBIRD 3632 S. W. 8 St. Ph. 4-9227 BEST WISHES Til MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS CAPT. AL'S FISH MARKET 2321 S. W. 17 Ave. Ph. 4-9392 BEST WISHES To OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS EDWARD'S MARKET 2700 N. W. 27 Ave. Ph. 3-8408 BEST WISHES To OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS D. I. DOOLEY REALTY CO. 1031 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-5801 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND 1'AT RONS American Pharmacy 744 N. E. 2 Ave. Ph. 3-4665 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS ACME FAST FREIGHT. INC. 400 S. W. 1 Ave. Ph. 3-8461 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS ROYAL FULTON BAKERY 601 N. W. 7 St. Miami. Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS POLLY PERKINS INN 2595 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 2-9692 COMPLIMENTS OF NATIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. E. C. THRALL FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS CORAL GABLES 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Graham Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS FLORIDA BOND MORTGAGE CO. First Trust Bldg. 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If PAGE SIX 9-Jewisti fhridlian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 ADDITIONAL SOCIETY The annual membership tea of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will take place Monday, December 15. at 2 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. Sam Blank. 3700 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Abraham Kellner will deliver the invocation. The guest speaker for the afternoon will be Mrs. Dale James, state president of the Florida Conference of Social Workers. The program will also feature talks by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau; Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary of the Bureau; and Jerome Weinkle. A playlet depicting the work of the Bureau will be presented under the directorship of Mrs. William Boxerman. Those participating include: Mrs. Albert Rosenthal. Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Stanley Myers. Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Melvin Davis, Mrs. Louis Heiman. • • • The Women's Auxiliary of the Rabbi Israel Aaron Yeshivah and Parochial School announce a Best Withe* to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons OSCEOLA MARKET 2292 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 4-1727 BEST WISHES 'I"" OUR MANY FRIENDS AM' PATRONS LONGACRES SUNOCO SERVICE 1100 5 St. Miami Beach Season's Greetings Stewart Page Corp. 4311 S. W. 16th St. Ph. 4-7912 SINCERE SEASON'S GREETING ILA SMITH LAUNDRY 312 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-3464 GULF STREAM AWNINGS PHONE 7-9232 "You've Tried the Best Now Get the Best" THOMAS B. SWEETING Owner and Manager 22 Years Experience in Miami 1087 N. E. 79th Street GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT and TITLE COMPANY INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH Chanukah Concert for the benefit of the Building Fund Saturday night. Dec. 20 at 8:30 p. m. in the auditorium of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, Seventeenth Ave and South West 6th St. All cantors of the Greater Miami Area as well as outstanding guest stars have been invited to participate in the program. • • • Deborah Chapter of Young Judea will hold its installation ceremonies at the home of its sponsor. Mrs. Murry Grossman. 1030 West 47th St.. Miami Beach, Saturday evening, Dec. 13th at 8 p. m. A buffet supper will follow the candlelight ceremonies. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be guest speaker. Officers to be installed are president. Judy Grossman: vice president. Micky Rediker; secretary, Seyma Pratt; treasurer, Charlotte Weinberger: pledge captain. Arlene Rose; membership chairman. Gilda Gottlieb. New members are Dora Krichevsky. Elaine Tell. Beverly Kamins. Muriel Costo, Charlotte Yuron and Fay Wittenberg. • • • Edward Clarke of the University of Miami School of Music will be the guest speaker this Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. at the Spinoza Forum, 11th St. between Collins Ave and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Professor Clarke will review the novel "The Keys of the Kingdom" by Dr. A. J. Cronin. Tuesday evening at 8:15 p. m. the guest speaker will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff whose topic will be "American Youths Moral Code." Dr. Abraham Wolfson will preside. • • • New pledges to Iota Chi Sorority are Claire Malbin. Sarah August and Sally Mantell. Formal initiation will take place the end of January. The next meeting of the group will be held Tuesday, Dec. 16 at the home of Doris Goodman. PERSONALS '' 11A N l • K A GREETINGS JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN BEST WISHES To OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS EDWARD A. NOLAN ARCHITECT Professional Bldg. Ph. 2-7787 BEST WISHES TO "IK MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS TOM'S GARAGE 625 N. 6. 1?5th St. Ph. 7-9353 r I SURF HOTEL H4 or,-. HI Drive Miami Beach. Pla. Announces the opening of it* dining room Friday, December 12 at 5:30 p. m. Under the personal supervision of Mrs. Goldie Zevin FOR RESERVATIONS phone 5-5381 COMPLIMENTS of S. H.KRESSCO 5-10-25c Store E. Flaqler St. Miami, Fla. Mrs. Gert Rosen entertained with a luncheon at her home last Thursday in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Shirley Gitlin. • • • Mrs. Belle Cohan and Mrs. Bertha Hirsch entertained at a luncheon Sunday at Fu Manchu's in honor of Mrs. Bessie Caiman, who is visiting here from Pittsburgh, Pa. Those attending were Mrs. Rhoda Levine. Mrs. Shirley Booxbaum. Mrs. Miriam Kobley. Mrs. Idelle Maron, Mrs. Lil Sidel, Mrs. Pauline Eisenstat and Miss Minna Sandier. • • • Mrs. Rhoda Levine celebrated her birthday Tuesday at a celeGreetinas to mv many Jewish Friends ROBERT LAW WEED 1777 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 3-4691 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIEND8 AND PATRl INS PUNKIN CENTER BARBECUE 2211 Douglas Road Ph. 4-9182 To our Many Jewish Friend* CHANUKA QREETING8 PHONE 4-3114 For Raw and Pasteurized Products W. H. THOMAS DAIRY 901 S. W. 65th Avenue Greetings SCHAAF'S PRESERVING CO. INC. Jellies and Preserves 1305 N. W. 99nrt St. Ph. 2-<634 Season's Greetings To All fflOD€L R. C. ALLEN ADDINO MACHINES RIBBONS AM' CARBONS TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE BUY BELL RENT REPAIR ALL MAKES G. G. Lee. Jr. Owner Phone 2-2615 158 E. E. FIRST STREET Huntington Building Store Sincere Chanuka Greetings PAT GANNON Your Congressman bration with her friends, Mrs. Bertha Hirsch. Mrs. Shirley Booxbaum, Mrs. Shirley Robbins, Mrs. Helen Cohen, Mrs. Idelle Maron and her husband, Mr. Stanley Levine. She was the recipient of many beautiful gifts and greetings. ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich celebrated their third wedding anniversary last Monday. BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler entertained at their new home Sunday evening with a buffet supper in honor of their son, Leonard, who celebrated his bar mitzvah. A large gathering of friends and relatives were present. Sincere Season's Greetings to All FLORIDA MAID CABINETS INC. 112 N. W. 2Sth Street Frank McNelhs. Mgr. BEST WISHE8 TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS H. T. SEARS Upholstering 108 N. F. 40th St. Ph. 7-5768 BEST WISHES TO ol'K MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNITED AUTO ELECTRICAL SERVICE 2202 W. Flagler St. Ph. 4-9442 BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWI8H FRIENDS SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK CO. Repairina a Specialty 936 N. W. 71 St. Ph. 7-3220 SEASONS GREETINGS From STEVEN'S MARKET 2001 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-3085 DR. SANEL BEER. VIENNA. HAS LOCAL SANATORIUM Dr. Sanel Beer, a refugee Vienese doctor, has settled in Miami and established the Rivermont Park Sanatorium at 138!) N. W. 7th street. The sanatorium caters to a Jewish clientele in a sub-tropical beautiful setting of a three story stucco fireproof building situated on a secluded six acre country estate facing the waterfront. For 27 years Dr. Beer had been associated with a famous children's clinic in Vienna and for 15 years headed the institution, the oldest hospital in the Austrian capital. He has equipped Rivermont Park with all the facilities for the treatment of the different types of rheumatic diseases, arthritis and heart ailments. GREETINGS C. H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-5840 COLUMNISTS CUFFNOTES Garson Kanin, movie director now with the Film Division of OEM, has started work on his first government-sponsored film Ethel Merman, now in Panama Hattie, may have to enter a hospital for medical treatment, at the close of the show David Bernstein, formerly of the American Jewish Committee, has left his post with the Council for Democracy The American Jewish Press club has scheduled Louis Golding as one of the guest speakers for its next meeting, December 15 That cooperative venture at .the Day is not going so well and they're now looking for on "angel" Arrangements are now being completed for a permanent UJA in New York Dick Manoff is starting his new radio program, December 15, to be called Fighters for Freedom. Milton Berle has finally taken the leap and the girl is Joyce Mathews, recently of the "High Kickers" cast Groucho Marx has just authored "Mouthful of Tax" to be released right after the first of the year. It's a collection of gags on a painful topic —income taxes Georgie Jessel gave a lecture on the theatre at Columbia University last week and according to Russel Crouse, playwright, who was present, Jessel's lecture was a "liberal education." Heat Wishes for a Happy Chanuka HOTEL STRAND 226 N. E. 2nd St. Ph. 2-7481 BInc6T€ l 'h;imikii Greetings SAXON CIGARETTE SERVICE 3898 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-6677 MIAMI. FLORIDA B. L. SATER REAL ESTATE BROKER BpeoUUIalng In Hotali ami Apartment Hlrigs. For Sale and For Lease Alao H<*nn's for Sale and Lease Ph. 5-0417 420I,inrolii Read GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Board For Daily Deliveries Call 7-2952 Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy 8900 N. W. 27th Avenue Visitors Welcome GEORGE LANGER THE sil 11! IS C Not Incorporated 1100 Weat Flagler Street Phone*: 2-3811—2-3833 Extends to All HU Jewish Friends and Patrons SEASON'S GREETINGS


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PAGE TWELVE tJeHlstHcridian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 Freedom's Holy Light The Menorah, Symbol of A People By BERNARD POSTAL Director of B'nai B'rith Publicity The Menorah was created by the Israelites after their exodus from Egypt as their symbol of nationhood. The seven-branched Mosaic Menorah, designed for the Tabernacle in the time of Moses by Bezaleel. is described in detail in Exodus 25.31-39: 37.17-24. Originally, the Menorah was simply the source of illumination for the Temple. The word Menorah means candlestick in Heb!L W. According to the Talmud, the Mosaic Menorah. which was 72 inches high, had its two branches pointing East and West. TO OUR PATRi IXS AND FRIENDS SEAS' 'N s 1IREETINGS LANGFORD MILLWORKS 2C25 Dnuola* Road Miami. Fta. Various explanations have been advanced for the symbolism of the seven-branched Menorah. It is said to represent the seven planets, with the sun in the center. It is also believed to symbolize the creation of the universe in seven days, with the center light representing the Sabbath. Another theory is that the seven branches are the seven continents of earth and the seven heavens. The 10 Menorahs fashioned for Solomon's Temple by Hiram, King of Tyre, were stolen by the [ captain of Nebuchadanezzar's guard and carried off to Babylon. In the Temple rebuilt after the I Babylonian exile, the new Metioraha re modelled after those of Mosaic times. The most striking feature of the Menorah in the Herodian Temple was the Western lamp or Ner gaMa'arabi. The wicks of the six other branches all faced I the Western light, which, as the perpetual light, was never per.'. SHES %  fit R MAN1 JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRi >NS GLENN TUTTLE MANAGER j hn Hai • %  % %  11 • Ufe Insurer • Congrei* Bldg. Phone 35080 Greetings for a HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI WRECKING CO. 132 N. W. 20th Street mitted to go out. The Menorah from the Temple vanished after its destruction by the Romans, the priests having hid it. The reproduction of the seven-branched candelabrum on the Arch of Titus in Rome is believed to be a replica of the original. Because it was forbidden to reproduce the sacred golden Menorah of the Temple for ritual or other sources, the Hanukkah Menorah is not seven-branched. In the light of the prescription on imitating th# Menorah. the Jews of old fashioned a lamp of similar shape for the Hanukkah service by utilizing the Menorah motif and* adapting it to the needs of an eight-day festival by means of a lamp of four semi-circles instead of three, with the central shaft used for the Shammash. B'nai B'rith is the only Jewish organization in the United States that uses the seven-branched Menorah as its official emblem. The Menorah has been the symbol of B'nai B'rith from the time it was founded In 1843. Every B'nai B'rith meeting room has a Menorah and this symbol is used on stationery, literature, publications, books, pins and banners. In the B'nai B'rith ritual the seven lights of the Menorah are illuminated to the accompaniment of a special prayer. The lights, in order, stand for Light. Justice, Peace. Truth. Benevolence. Brotherly Love and Harmony, the latter three being the three virtues which make up B'nai B'rith's motto. The Menorah remained a symbol of the Jewish people until Medieval times when the sixpointed Star of David came into vogue as a Jewish emblem. As an architectural motif the Menorah has been used in synagogues, pillars in public buildings and tombs. In the preparation of amulets a formula of seven letters and seven verses in the form of a Menorah is often devised. The eight-branched, or Hanukkah Menorah. is the one most often used In synagogues because it was regarded as unseemly for the eight-branched Hanukkah and the seven-branched Menorah to rival each other. The eightbranched Menorah is used because in shape and design it includes the seven-branched candelabrum. Ft. Lauderdale Notes The B'nai B'rith Women's Auxiliary' of Broward County met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Jack Rosner. Decisions were made to send checks to the Community Chest offices of Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Dania. A social was held Thursday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Norman. The next meeting will take place December 18th at the home of Mrs. Ardie Fincke. 1525 Van Buren Street, in Hollywood. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 £AanqU-£a OPEN TILL 2 A. M. 15 N E 3rd Ave.. Elk! CluB Bldg. AUTHENTIC CHINESE DISHES Luncheon Served Dinner 85c up ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT PHONE 2-2277 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS ART CEMENT MANUFACTURING CO. 3180 S. W. 16th Street Phone 4-0853 HEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS N. A. WHITTENBURG AUTO TRIMMERS 1246 N. E. lit Ave. Miami. Fla. Sabbath services Friday at 8 a. m. Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Temple Emanu-El Youth Club, Sunday at 11:30 a. m., weekly meeting. Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El Monday at 8 p. m., bi-weekly meeting. Weekly all-day Sisterhood sewing session for the American Red Cross, British War Relief Society and Bundles for Britain, Wednesdays from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Adult Bible and Hebrew class, Wednesday at 8 p. m. The only Synagogue in Broward County. PHONE 2-1672—4-0767 W ARTH PAINT COMPANY Lowe Brothers Paints and Varnishes l?n Ponce de Leon Boulevard Coral l lablei, Florida C. O. WARTH. Manager CLYDE R. MARKLEY We Sell Rent Tune PIANOS Your Satisfaction—Our Guarantee 2916 S. W. 8th Street Phones 4-5951—4-7163 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SUNSHINE HOSPITAL 47 N. W. 32 Place Miami. Fla. CHANUKA GREETINGS Immediate-Personal Serrict C. BURTON CRAIG CARBON AND RIBBON CO. Quality Merchandise 136 N. W. 11th Avenue Phone 2-4238 THE MAKERS OF THAT GOOD MOON KIST ICE CREAM And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Ext'-nd Best Wishes For A Happy Chanuka ROYAL PALM Creamery and Dairy PHONE 3-8655 28 N. W. lTh AVENL'E BEST WISHES To OIK MANY JEWISH FRIENDS TAMIAMI TOURIST COURT 3038 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-9169 Jewish Patronage Kindly Solicited Beach Commonwealth Title Company 208 Mercantile Bank Bldg. ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS PHONE 5-3346 W. I. McLEOD, JR. Vice President BEST WISHES TO OLK MANY JEWISH FRIENDS WALKER CASKET CO. 1433 N. E. Miami PI. Miami. Fla. IT LIKES YOU CHANUKA GREETINGS THE ONLY JEWISH FUNERAL HOME IN MIAMI BEACH RUueAbute, memorial Qhapei 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE SERVING GREATER MIAMI PHONE 5-7777 WHERE EVERY ORTHODOX REQUIREMENT IS FAITHFULLY FULFILLED ABE EISENBERG Resident Manager 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. CHANUKA GREETINGS PHONE 4-5943 JAMES ARBONA Mantles Garage Grills Window Sills Vents Louvers Steps and All Kinds of Art Stone, Polished or Plain 2829 BIRD ROAD COCONUT GROVE, FLA. MAX FFJT SOL SCHWARTZ Rattan Furniture for Homes. Boats and Cabanas Samples on Display at FRANK S. EVANS CO.. INC. 7005 Biscay no Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. E. 71st Street (Factory) Phones 7-1131—7-Zo^ 1 Repairing—Upholstering—Refinishing ANNETTE IS HERE TO WELCOME YOU TO THE TUDOR INN Formerly the Hof Brau -rc EXCELLENT CONTINENTAL AND AMERICAN F D DINNERS FROM 75c — BY HOF BRAU $HEF' COCKTAIL HOUR TO 6 P. M—POPULAR DRINKS 25c ONLY THE FINEST LIQUORS ENTERTAINING DINNER MUSIC 221 N. E. 2nd Stxet. Miami ..,. FREE PARKING PHONE 2-91M -, :.-FF*JK I. I -, I..-. ^M •3^.5.-*: % 



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PAGE FOUR +Jml$t> Flcric/ian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. ig 41 wJewisti FBoriidlii3i m PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months, SI.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 50 The Fight Is On The fight is on. With the vicious Japanese attack upon the United States has come the beginning of a new era in this war. With it has come the complete division of the world into two armed and opposing forces. The struggle between democracy and totalitarianism has become truly world encompassing. The end cannot come now until the forces of Fascism are totally destroyed and their prisoners freed. The moment has not been unexpected. For montns now, Americans have faced the inevitability of war. And although the deceitful manner of attack came as a shock, the occurrence brought with it a certain relief. Differenies of opinion were swept aside as the die was cast and Americans settled down to the task confronting them. This task requires not only the complete defeat of Japan but it calls for the obliteration of the forces of Nazi evil from the face of the earth. We are not alone in this task. Our allies are the peoples of free countries throughout the world with whom we are irrevocably pledged to fight to the victorious end. And though i 1 may take one year or many years, the determination and courage of the free peoples of the world will once again forge a world in which the right of individuals to liberty, ireedom and the pursuit of happiness will be a fundamental and unquestioned guarantee. that darkness be banished for our people and that the light of freedom be rekindled for them and for all humanity for all time. KINDLING THE LIGHT OF FREEDOM Down through the corridors of time Jewish misery, like history, has repeated itself. Though millions of our people are in the depths of despair today, their morale remains unshaken. The religious and spiritual heritage of the Jewish people stands firm and intact as the great arsenal of hope for Jewish survival. In the midst of the deepest anguish and torment, the traditional holidays help revive the faith of those who are the victims and strengthen the will of those who are called upon to perform the tasks of rescue. As we celebrate Chanukah many of us will be struck by the remarkable similarity between the events in ancient Jewish history which this holiday commemorates and the critical position of the Jews today. The Feast of Lights is dramatically symbolic of Jewish trials and aspirations today. It recalls Jewish heroism in the midst of greatest distress. It expresses the spirit of revival and renewal, and above all, the ceremony of the lighting of the candles signifies eternal faith and re-dedication. In the present crisis when the pall of darkness has descended upon many Jewish communities throughout the world, the simple act of lighting the Chanukah candles must engrave upon our minds the basic importance of keeping the light of hope and faith burning for many Jews caught in the vise of Nazi oppression and war. The celebration of Chanukah thereby transcends the religious sphere and becomes a concrete expression of the will and resolve of American Jews to act in the spirit of the Maccabees, to help free the Jewish people from the shackles of enslavement and suffering. Millions are imprisoned in the dungeons of Nazi Europe. But beyond their walls are Jews who are re-enacting the heroic exploits of ancient times. The Jewish soldiers in Palestine and in the Allied forces elsewhere are making their contribution to the struggle for democracy and Jewish survival. As we observe the occaby the sacrifice and the courage of the Jews sion of Chanukah, we shall no doubt be guided in Europe and in "Palestine to resolve that the lights of hope shall never be extinguished. The united will of American Jewry to repair the ruined structure of Jewish life abroad and protect its future here is being expressed through the actions of our people in giving to federations, authentic appeals, in working for these causes, in taking part in world-wide endeavors. It is fitting that during the Feast of Lights we pledge ourselves and our energies to the end THE BILL OF RIGHTS The 150th Anniversary of the Bill of Rights, being celebrated throughout the nation this month, should be hailed as an important part of our national defense program. In churches and schools and town halls—whereever young and old may gather—there is now a new resurgence of devotion to those fundamental principles of civil and religious freedom which have made us the strongest and happiest people in the world. In 462 words, taking less than two minutes to read, the Bill of Rights has been the cement which has bound together our 130 million people in a unity that no dictator could ever achieve after months, or even years, of thundering tirades. On this day dedicated to celebrating the adoption of the Bill of Rights, there will be unveiled in Chicago a monument which will commemorate along with Washington and Robert Morris, the Jewish patriot, of the American Revolution, Haym Salomon. Haym Salomon was a young immigrant Jew, who had recently arrived from Poland, at the time of the outbreak of the American Revolution. Quickly, he leaped to the fore in a financial way, becoming one of the men of great means in the America of his day. It is a commonly known fact that the rich of that day, as a rule, took the Tory or British side in the American Revolution and even those rich with American sympathies, were very reluctant about investigating in the American cause, for the American cause seemed, even to the very end of the War of Independence a very dubious one. It is to the credit of Haym Salomon's patriotism that he, on the other hand, not only gave his 'all" to the American cause in the way of financial assistance, but as a broker, helped in obtaining the assistance of foreign countries. This type of devotion and patriotism, dating way back, is an illustration of the firm foundation upon which rests the determination today of the American people to defend the Bills of Rights. This determination is the driving force behind our whole National Defense Program. Knowing this, the Nazis at work in this country attack it with every trick at their command. Their strategy is to take advantage of the very liberties embodied in the Bill of Rights itself— freedom of speech and assembly—to undermine the people's confidence in the democratic system that secures these rights. We see now how, by every cunning tactic of terror and deceit, by blackmail and bribery, sabotage and corruption, the Nazis managed to set parties, factions, classes and creeds one against the other in every European country marked for conquest. And today in America, Nazi agents are using this same propaganda weapon of divide and rule. By campaigns of prejudice against workers, against capitalists, against Catholics, against Jews, by raising every false issue that can be trumped-up to confuse us, they hope we will be led into abondoning our single-minded purpose of national defense—the defense of those precious safeguards against tyranny which only the people themselves have the power to destroy. This week, Dec. 8 to 15, one hundred and thirty million people throughout the length and breadth of our land are demonstrating America's answer. They are serving plain notice that the propaganda weapon of the Nazis might just as well be junked. It won't work here. We are busy building up—not tearing down—the one defense no tyrant in the world has ever cracked—the unity of the American people under the Bill of Rights. JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREfMu^ Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONTHAT JEWISH PROBLEM That piece by Jerome N. Frank, entitled "Red-White-and Blue-Herring," in the December 6th Saturday Evening Post has aroused tremendous excitement among Jews ... It is beinq called an insult to Jewish religion and culture And strangest of all is the fact that at one time Judge Frank was a protege of Judge Julian W. Mack, distinguished Zionist leader, and Justice Felix Frankfurter, Zionist co-worker* of the late Justice Brandeis Incidentally, the Post some months ago refused to consider an article on the Jewish question by Pierre van Paassen Have you seen Lewis Browne's piece on "Anti-Semitism in the United States" in the current issue of Look? The plague of Jew-hatred, he warns, is spreading in this country of ours, the carriers being "demagogues mouthing infernal lies" ... Did you see where Newsweek unearthed a theory, not at all flattering to the Jewish people, which makes Reinhard Heydrich one of us? Heydrich, you know, is the Nazi "protector" of Bohemia-Moravia, and if you've been reading the papers you know that his "protection" is right in line with the Gestapo tradition of "protective custody" Well, it seems that somebody has discovered that Heydrich's father's real name was Suess, which is a good German Jewish name WAR ECHOES Hitler's Pet'n'Darlan may be taking orders from Schicklgruber without a murmur, but members of the French embassy staff at Washington are proving less tractable Some have already resigned to join the Free French on these shores, and other resignations will probably follow The optimists are still citing some of the better-known prophecies to the effect that the war will end soon—December 20th is one date that's mentioned, and April, 1942, is another ... In this connection you may be interested to know that the Aga Kahn, leader of the Indian Moslems has entered a colt for the 1942 English Derby —which means that gentleman expects hostilities to have ended by then As for the present situation—on one of the days when the Nazis were being strafed, but good, in Libya, a Broadwayite was heard to observe that here was a case of the British holding the oases with the Duce running wild And over in Naziland, as more and more casualties are coming in from the Eastern front, the German people have taken to calling the Russian campaign the Blutskrieg THIS AND THAT James Waterman Wise has been appointed Special Consultant to the Office of Civilian Defense at Washington in connection with the sesqui-centennial celebration of the Bill of Rights next week—an important post which means a lot of work and no monetary compensation ... It was James Wise who, as the Research Director of the Council against Intolerance, was the first to project the idea of suh a celebration What is more, he has just edited a book, called "Our Bill of Rights," which is a national symposium in which a galaxy of public figures and ihinkers participate Speaking of books, we celebrated Jewish Book Week by getting a batch of those attractive little volumes that are being put out by the Jewish Book Club and called the Jewish People's Library ... In addition to some fine informative books by Dr. Trude W. Rosmarin we now possess an anthology of Maimonides savings and a fascinating Jewish Quiz Book The American Committee of Jewish Writers to Aid Great Britain has shut up shop, having met with insufficient response from the Jewish journalists to which it addressed itself Not because Jewish journalists aren't interested in aiding Britain, we hasten to assure the Committee, but because the great majority of them have been doing their bit through other, less restricted organizations Did you know, by the way, that England has taken over 40,000 Jewish refugees from Central Europe, who have settled in Britain for good? ANECDOTE DEPARTMENT Harry Herschfield credits to Judge Jonah Goldstein the story about the offender whom a magistrate fined $59 for some infraction of the law "But, Your Honor, I didn't know the law," the man protested "Then you're getting a bargain," the jurist retorted "It cost me twelve years in college and $20,000 to learn it" Winchell tells us that one of the First Lady's favorite stories concerns the Bunker Hill Monument ... It seems that when the Monument was near completion it was found that $20,000 were missing ... A prominent New Englander contributed half that sum, and efforts were made to raise the remainder among the citizens of the region But when the ten grand finally were obtained the donor was a Jewish merchant of New Orleans, Judah Touro Sidney Skolsky relays the one about the Serb who was captured in the recent guerilla fighting in Yugoslavia ... He was brought before a Nazi officer for questioning, and was asked: "What do you think you're fighting for, anyway?" "We're fighting for bread and liberty," replied the Serb, and impertantly added: "And what are you fighting for?" "We." exclaimed the Nazi, "are fighting for our honor' "That sounds logical,' the Serb came back "Every man fights for what he doesn't have!" ENTERTAINMENT FIELD The Museum of Modern Art was the scene of some very ancient art the other day, when a group of Yemenite dances, headed by Naomi Aleh-Leaf and Israel Tabi, presented a program of "Hebraica" ... At work on a new comedy for Broadway are Sam and Bella Spewack, past-masters in the art of escapist playwriting It's a long time since we've seen that excellent exponent of the sinister, Peter Lorre, on the screen, so we're naturally delighted to know that he has an important part (CONTINUED ON PAGE %  ) %  ..,, ^t,,\ %  %  ^^^B



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 PALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK RepresentatiTe Miss Sadye Verschleiser has arrived to spend the winter at Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greene were hosts at "Pidyan Ha Ben" Sun. day at their home. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiated assisted by Rev. M. Kanter. Mrs. Sidney Berbaum was hostess to the local B'nai B'rith Auxiliary at their semi-monthly meeting, Monday night, at her home, 615 Claremore Drive. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort was guest speaker followed by a musical program. Joe Lesser, president of the B'nai B'rith lodge No. 1146 presided at a meeting held Monday night at Scher Hall. Erev Chanukah Services will be held Sunday night at 8 p. m. at Congregation Beth El. 630 Fern Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Molka Reich Studio 19 S. W. 2nd Street Ph. 2-6353 +Jewisti Flcricfian PAGE SEVEN St. with Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiating. Tuesday night at 7 p. m Joseph Schrebnick will observe Yahrzeit at the Temple. COLLINS PARK HOTEL IS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT C" llins Park Hotel, located at 2000 Park Ave., Miami Beach, has been taken over by David Rosner of the Astor Hotel, Miami Beach, and his father-in-law, Jonah Greenwald of the Ostend Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J., hotel owners for a number of years. Mr. Sam Slotnick will be resident manager. The hotel will be operated under the European plan and the new management has made plans to cater to its guests in a most modern and efficient manner. The hotel features a private beach, swimming pool and cabanas for their guests. AND SO IT WENT BEST WISHES TO orit MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Niqht Owl Barbecue 3193 S. W. 27 Ave. Ph. 4-9111 NOTED MEMBER OF FOREIGN LEGION SPEAKS AT CENTER Capt. Stephen De Szabo, traveller, soldier, commentator, aviator, member of the French Foreign Legion and former Australian military official, will be the speaker at the Miami Beach Jewish Center community public reception Tuesday evening. Mrs. Marie Marbach, cultural chairman, of the Sisterhood, sponsors of the event, is in charge of the affair. BEST WISHKS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRi'NS HOLDEN-WOOD INC. 2010 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-3676 REST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS RELIABLE MOTORS. INC. 1514 N. E. 2 Ave. Ph. 2-7469 TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SEASON* 8 (JREETINGS Merchants Delivery Service ::io N. K. 3 st >h l-W A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ADD OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS MILLER ELECTRIC CO. A. W. MILLER 5872 S. W. 4 St. P"" 4292 BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA BILL FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 168 S. E. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-7691 The British government is completing arrangements to put 28,000 Italian war prisoners to work on British farms The German radio, attempting to explain the Nazi retreat from Rostov, said they were astounded by the "Russians' inability to understand that they were defeated" Reports continued to tell of French attacks on the occupying Germans. The Portuguese liner. Colonial, has docked at New York with 134 refugees aboard, most of them Jewish. Among these were Dr. Esther Shesner, 22, daughter of the columnist on the Jewish Daily Forward and Rabbi Samuel Brot, member of the Polish Parliament from 1922 to 1930. Although Rabbi Brot is only 56, his appearance is that of a man in his seventies ... 15 of the 86 refugees who were granted refuge by the Netherlands in Curacao, have already received visas for the United States and were scheduled to sail this week General de Gaulle issued a decree setting up a commission for the study of post-war problems in France The America First Committee will be reorganized along the lines of a political party according to General Robert E. Wood, national chairman. "We'll be something like the old anti-saloon league." he told reporters. MISS RUTH C. BROTMAN TO BE IN BEACH PROGRAM Miss Ruth C. Brotman, colaturo soprano and radio concertist, will be one of a group of artists presenting a varied program of Chassidic, Hebrew, Yiddish and operatic selections at a music festival Sunday evening. Sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center the affair will be held at the Center Auditorium, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. The program will be under the direction of Josef S. Lengyel, musical director, who will also be on the program. Others scheduled to appear are Madame Hilde Lampe Lengyel, operatic star, and Walter Grossman, cellist. Miss Edith Freeman will serve as accompanist for the evening. >5JjGUST BROS.75? CT IS thc&EST? Best Wishes to Our Patrons and Friends JOSEPH B. SIRGANY LINENS 440 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends HOTEL LIDO 336 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-1909 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons HOME DRUG STORE 1401 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 3-1774 BEST WISHKS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS MARQUISE BEAUTY SALON 201 Lorraine Arcade Ph. 2-9500 Miss Olaa Levin, Prop. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS TEXACO SAYLES SERVICE STATION 1101 s w. 22nd St. Ph2-13 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTHERN IRON WORKS 2035 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-1655 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons FLORIDA PAPER BOX CO.. INC. 246 N. W. 29th St. Ph. 3-2906 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA THE LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st Street Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends SCHUYLER & ARNOLD SOUTHWELL 763 W. 41st Street PHONE 5-2797 Chanuka Greetings SRAEEL & JABALY IMPORTERS 900 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS JOHN MORRELL CO. 26 N. E. 7th Street MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH GROSSINGER HOTEL OPENS DINING ROOM FOR SEASON Grossinger Hotel, located at 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, through the owner-manager, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, wellknown hotel proprietor, has announced the opening of her dining room for the forthcoming season. 27 years of continuous service to the public in this field has made the Grossinger name internationally known. During the early days of the Brown Terror, A Jewish father residing in Frankfort sent the following postcard to his son in the U. S.: "You realize, of course, that since the Germans are a civilized people, we have nothing to worry about under the new regime. We continue to enjoy peace and security and what you read in the newspapers is only a heap of atrocity lies. P. S. We have just buried Uncle Max who had expressed a contrary opin ion." Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY GLENN R. HALL. Prop. 936 N. W. 7th Avenue Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Patrons and Friends JOHN W. ROLLINS 260 N. E. 99th St. Ph. 7-1486 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SCHRAGER'S SUNDRIES 309 N. Miami Ave. Miami. Fla. TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS BEASON'8 GREETINGS Happv Feed and Supply Co. 101 N. W. 79 St. Ph. 7-2955 REST WISHKS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP 1501 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-0673 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons JAMES DRUG SHOP 167 S. E. 1st St. Ph. 2-1779 SOUTH FLORIDA MOTOR SALES, Inc. PHONE 5-1951 Rent a Car—Drive it Yourself Insurance Protection 621 5th Street. Miami Beach 861 W. Flagler Street, Ph. 3-1764 REST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS JACQUES HAERST Pastries and Bakery 1654 Alton Road Ph. 5-1763 BEST WISHES TO Ol'R MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS PALM SERVICE STATION 1305 N. W. 79 St. Ph. 7-4122 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS NEW YORK DENTAL LABORATORIES 10 N. E. 3 Ave. Ph. 3-6910 RAPID ADVANCEMENT tor High School Graduates Phone or Write for Bulletin No Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Postal BldoPh3-4869 Miami. Florida Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons TROPICAL AWNING SHUTTER CO. 1299 N. W. 79th St. Ph. 7-2996 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS PETE'S TRADING POST 5903 N. W. 17 Ave. Ph. 7-3322 OUR NEW ADDRESS 601 N. MIAMI AVE. PURO WATER FILTER COMPANY "Your Westinghouse Dealer in Miami" SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA JUDGE RALPH C. POLE Justice of the Peace MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1941 Jewist) fteridliain PAGE THREE KING'S.. *M£* KOMMENTS e The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian A sign in the tailor shop Makes you think and stop It says in bold black ink "Friends what do you think We clean clothes for nothing." Ordinarily that would be something To get its jist and its wit Depends how you read it Those very thoughts in your good head Like other things that's said and read Can be glad and sad Also be good or bad Theres two sides to a story Consider them both—add glory To yourself and all of those Who otherwise would be your foes Don't see it just your way And have everyone say He's very narrow that fellow Not to him can you say hello For he'd be sure to take it wrong Just as sure as the day is long Tis possible 'twas with best of intention. Take it manly—when called to attention. MIAMI Zionist])^ District By Louis Heiman, Pres. King heard that plans for a new synagogue in the southwest are being formulated and another Talmud Torah too Exception was taken to King's remarks la*t week about the Vaad on Miami Beach which is not the first exception that has been taken to King's Komments of various and sundry items. 'Til true that people are too prone to criticixe and more so when a body as the Vaad is concerned. It has been the controlling body of Kashrus for the butchers exercising a rather forceful arm and with the insistence of Kashruth by the butchers of the beach for the people of that city 'Tis no more than fair to say that the present Vaad is and has caused a vast improvement over anything of similar nature in the past. The dominant factor of course lies in that it is a shul project financially sponsored by synagogue which provides any deficit not covered by the receipts obtained from the metal rings on each fowl and charged to the public. King hears news about the candidacy of one of our boys on the political front anything brought Ho light and confirmed will be made available. The first meeting under the newly elected administration of the Miami Zionist District has come and gone, and we believe that we are on the road to success. On Wednesday night, December 3rd. 1941, an interesting program was presented at the Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, Florida. Outstanding on the program was a debate, the subject being, "Resolved, That no American Jew should be a Zionist". The debaters for the affirmative were Jerome Weinkle and Milton Wasman, while the debaters for the negative were Harry Simonhoff and Louis Heiman. Needless to say, the debate was won by the negative side with everyone departing convinced that every American Jew should be a Zionist. In fact, Jerome Weinkle and Milton Wasman, who debated against the Zionists, are each ardent Zionists themselves and merely participated in the debate for the purpose of bringing forward objections sometimes raised to the Zionist movement which were easily answered by the Zionist side. There was an excellent turnout for the meeting, and many of those present participated in the open forum which followed the debate. Included in the program was also a piano solo by Dan Gordon, concert pianist, and a vocal solo by Miss Barrett. These solos were enjoyed by all. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ King was not surprised to see certain individuals taken in by the F. B. I. this past week They had been watched for the past five years. Further developments soon. Be Calm and Collected Many new problems have arisen since last Friday for which we Americans must prepare and be ready. President Roosevelt with his silver tongue clearly analyzed our situation. The Y. M. H. A., under the most able leadership of Maurice Grossman, our executive director, and Murry Grossman, our president, have set set up many programs in connection with national defense that will unquestionably benefit every man, woman and child in this area. You have, do doubt, asked yourself, "What can I do to help my country in its present crisis?" Just phone 3-4012 or come to the "Y", located at 1567 S. W. 5th Street and you will be given a fine opportunity to give service to your country. Don't delay. Do it now. Athletics Our "Y" Duckpin League will resume activities Thursday, after a two weeks vacation. You are welcome to join up or watch the fun and rivalry each and every Thursday starting at 8:30 p. m. at the Miami Recreation Alleys. Basketball Once again our Basketball Team, led by Manager Lefty Schemer, trounced the Kiser Drilling aggregation by the large score of 41 to 16. to win their second game in the City Cage persons interested are urged to register prior to that time. Home Camp Reunion All children between the ages of 5 and 15 are invited to attend the annual Chanuka reunion of the Home Camp on Sunday afternoon, December 21st at 2 o'clock. A fine program is being arranged and refreshments will be served. Don't forget the Bill of Rights celebration at the "Y" Wednesday night, December 17th. Best Wishes FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA from the distributor! of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer and Ale S. B. Beer and Ale Falls Citv Beer PHONE 3-6258 421 N. W. 32nd Street League. Rabbi Max Shapiro acted as I Arts and Crafts for Adults to GREETINGS Typewriters Office Furniture SARAH D. HENDLEY TYPWRITERS OFFICE FURNITURE .120 N. F. 1 t. Ph. 3.3159 rHANUKA GREETINGS JO YNER'S SERVICE STATION EXIDE BATTERIES riTIES SERVICE PRODUCTS 1000 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-9480 Chairman during the debate, and his most difficult job was in preventing the audience from doing violence to Messrs. Weinkle and Wasman for debating against the Zionist cause, even though it was announced on six different occasions during the meeting that they were ardent Zionists. Over twenty new members have joined the District in the last three weeks and the number is growing from week to week. We solicit your help to buy a Jewish Flag during Flag Week beginning December 21st in Greater Miami, the proceeds of which will be used to purchase additional land in Palestine through the instrumentality of the Jewish National Fund. And remember the first Wednesday in every month, henceforth, is the meeting night of the Miami Zionist District. Begin Next Thursday Afternoon Sessions of the Arts and Crafts Class for adults will commence next Thursday afternoon. December 18th, at 2 o'clock at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms, under the direction of Edgar Copp. All GREETINGS CARL GRAEFE'S Delicatessen and Restaurant 10938 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-9248 BREAKFAST LUNCHES DINNERS Served at Popular Prices This poster was painted by James Montgomery Flagg for the BUI of Rights 8esqul-Centennil Celebration, Initiated by the Council Against Intolerance In America. TII OUR -MANY FRIENDS WE EXTEND BEST WISHKH FOR .\ MOBT HAPPY AM' PROSPEROUS CHANUKA JAMES HOTEL 302 S. Miami Ave Phone 2-4540 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons LUDWIG BROS.. INC. CONTRACTORS 1240 Normandy Dr. Ph. 6-2493 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. 32nd Ave. Ph. 7-2411 SEASON'S ORBETlNaS .. Jones Miami Beach Express Co. 71 5th St. Ph. 5-3707 A HM'I'Y AND PROSPEROUS CHANUKA TO MY FRIENDS GEORGE KNOWLES SUNOCO SERVICE STATION 407 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-9293 Best Withes Friends o Our and Many Jewish Patrons A. P A 1 PETRI N T 1 N G •305 N. E. 9th St. Miami Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MAN1 JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS W. A. KIRKHAM JEWELRY AND OPTICAL CO. Shoreland Arcade Miami. FU. Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Best Wishes^ ^ patront TRAIL SUNDRIES 1204 S. W. 8th St. Miami. Fla. Best Wishes to My Many Jewish Friends ERNIE SEILER Seybold Blda. Ph. 2-2619 OBEETINQS HALCYON Photo Finishina HALCYON ARCADE Rooms 275.6-7 Phone 2-3984 BEST WISHES TO on: MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Free and New Home Sewinq Machine Shop 135 Seybold Arcade Ph. 2-7441 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS RECREATION LANES 301 SMiami Ave. Ph. 2-8823



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mm (III IllMl I % %  Hill llmll iillln iilllii ^Jewish Floridi&m ^ Qssmms. The J<&wiis>lh HJinSVy f ii, *9 VOLUME 14—No. 50 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 BILL OF RIGHTS DAY OBSERVED II LOCAL JEWRY New York (WNS)—Mayors of 86 cities in the United States and Governors of 19 states have issued the American Re-dedication to Liberty presented by the Bill of Rights Sesqui-Centennial Committee. Declaring that "there are those who abrogate freedom, create tyranny through bigotry, and destroy the basic American concept that all men are created equal." and that "against such attempts to overthrow or whittle away their fundamental rights, 'the American people must stand firm, alike in times of peace or war." these officials have called on the people in their communities to observe December 15 as Bill of Rights Day. The majority of officials designating the Day have used the proclamation entitled "Our Bill of Rights—An American Dedication to Liberty" sent out by the Committee whose honorary chairman is President Roosevelt and whose national chairman is Herbert Bayard Swope. Haym Salomon, the forgotten Jewish patriot of the American Revolution, will come into his own on Dec. 15, in Chicago. Dedication of the monument on which his figure stands with those of George Washington and Robert Morris, as symbols of American unity, will be the occasion of a great patriotic demonstration. A huge throng of citizens, representing all races and creeds, is expected to attend the unveiling ceremony as part of the national observance of Bill of Rights Day. PRICE 10 CENTS J.L MAIN SPEAKER AT HON. GEORGE E. HOLT WILL DELIVER ADDRESS AT YMHA The Hon. George E. Holt. Judge of the Circuit Court of Dade County, will be the principal speaker at the Y. M. H. A. Wednesday evening, December 17, upon U>e occasion of the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the Bill of Rights. An excellent program has been prepared by Maurice Grossman, Executive Director, to comemorate this great occasion. In addition to Judge Holt, the program consists of a sketch by the A. Z. A. boys depicting the signing of the Bill of Rights and a talk by Burnett Roth on Chanuka and the Bill of Rights. Through the courtesy of Miss Bertha Foster. Dean of the School of Music of the University of Miami, the student string quartet will render musical selections that were composed on or about the time that the Bill of Rights was established. Joseph A. Berman. Chairman of the Board of Directors, will be the Master of Ceremonies. FLASH The America First Committee will be dissolved according to announcement made by General Wood, head of the group, Thursday night. JAPANESE IKE ASK PRESIDENT EXPLORE RESETTLEMENT POSSIBILITIES Buenos Aires (WNS)-A check for S80.000. contributed by Argentine Jews for British war relief, was presented to Sir Esmond Ovey. British Ambassador. • Shocked as we are by America^ entry into the war we must not lose our perspective. Our daily hves; imtet go on. Our daily tasks must be performed. WE MUbl • to G Ste of the European conflict which has been raging since 1939. the Jews of America ^^TSJSX moral and material aid to hundreds of thousands who have become victims of Nazi hatred and oppression • America's participation in the present war makes m perative a greatW measure of generosity on our part. iHhe Jewish agencies are to function effectively under war time conditions. „. ,. x_:.i. ; n the • Every Jew in Miami must reaffirm hi' fal J ^ democratic way of life by contributrng an mcreasea amount of money to the 1942 campaign oMhe Greater Miami Jewish Federation This -"^"^nd overseas precedented needs of local, n ^ n ea than an ic iagencies, which will be not less, but greater tn Paled Day J. Apte, Chairman ^SrXa'r.ewi.h Federal London (WNS )— Japanese troops invaded the International Settlement in Shanghai and arrested hundreds of the 22.000 Jewish refugees in Shanghai, the Nazi radio reported. The hapless refugees, orginally from Germany and Poland, were accused of sabotage and of pro-American and pro-British sympathies. A report received here from Stockholm stated that Nazi Gestapo officials have asked the Japanese High Command to turn over to them scores of German Jewish refugees in Shanghai, who are prominent anti-Nazis. That the Japanese would comply with the Nazi request was a foregone conclusion. Included among the trapped Jewish refugees at Shanghai are several who are wanted by the Gestapo but were able to flee Germany. Neutral sources here feared that the fate of these refugees was now sealed. The declaration of war by the United States served to raise to tremendously the morale of the British people. The feeling is I ton dominant here that the combination of the United States, Grea Britain and Soviet Russia will make short shrift of the Axis powers. New York (WNS)—Any postwar refugee rehabilitation program based upon President Roosevelt's "four freedoms" and the Atlantic charter, will be doomed to failure unless the United States joins with Great Britain in furthering the development of the Jewish homeland in Palestine, it was declared in a resolution adopted by 650 Jewish leaders at a Palestine war emergency conference convened at the Plaza Hotel under the auspices of the Greater New York United Palestine Appeal. Stressing that Palestine has been a foremost haven for refugees, having provided a permanent home for more than 300.000 Jews from Central and Eastern Europe during the period since 1933. the resolution called upon President Roosevelt to instruct the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees to explore the possibilities for future settlement in Palestine as the foundation for a large-scale colonization program for hundreds of thousands who will require rehabilitation when the war has come to an end. In another resolution the United Palestine Appeal Conference, which was convened to consider the war problems confronting the 550.000 Jews in Palestine, expressed disappointment in the failure of the British Government "to call into being a specifically Jewish military force." and addressed to the British Ambassador at Washing"an urgent request that as a matter of expediency in the prosecution of the war, as well as justice to the Jews as a people, the establishment of such a force be forthwith undertaken." Dr. Abraham L. Sacher national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation will be the main speaker at the annual installation banquet of Sholom Lodge B'nai B'rith to be given Sunday evening. Dec. 21. The affair will take place at the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach and is expected to draw a capacity crowd which is limited to 400 as Dr. Sacher is a nationally known figure and reknowned for his oratory. Officers to be installed will include both the men and women's divisions of Sholom Lodge which wore elected last Tuesday evening. Officers which will serve the order for the ensuing year are Burnett Roth, president; Louis Heiman. 1st vice president; Milton A. Friedman. 2nd vice president: Harold Turk, treasurer: Walter Kovner. recording secretary; Sam Silver, financial secretary; Abe Aronovitz, monitor: Dr. Alex Kushner, assistant monitor; Maurice C r o m e r. warden; Marty Milstein, guardian; Leo Eisenstein, three year trustee; Jack Abbott, Al Pallott and Carl Weinkle. one year trustees. Holdover trustees are Albert E. Berkeley and Rudy R. Adler. Newly elected officers of the women's division are Mrs. Jennie Rotfort reelected president; Mrs. Maurice Grossman. 1st vice president Mrs. Louis Heiman. 2nd vice president: Mrs. S. B. Miller, treasurer; Mrs. Burnett Roth, financial secretary; Mrs. Barney Goodman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. William Boxerman, recording secretary; Mrs. I. Levin, monitor. Members of the board of directors are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs. Leo Eisenstein. Mrs. J. J. Berman. Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs. Al Pallot, Mrs. Benjamin Landau. Mrs. James Leonard. Mrs. Milton Friedman and Mrs. Sam Silver. EXPRESS FEAR OVER FATE OF REFUGEES IN SHANGHAI Washington (WNS)—Fear was expressed in diplomatic circles here over the fate of more than 22.000 European Jewish refugees stranded in Shanghai, as the U. S. Government mobilized its armed might to reply to Japan's wanton attack of American territory. Shortly after Japan unleashed its unprovoked attack, American Jewish leaders pledged complete and unequivocal support to President Roosevelt and the U. S. Government. Jewish organizations adopted resolutions pledging full support to the American war effort. It was believed here that most of the estimated 200 Jews in Japan had managed to leave the country before the war started. There are approximately 800 Jewish refugees in the Philippines, one of the key areas in the war. The 22.000 Jewish refugees in Shanghai are. for the most part, from Germany and Poland.



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 +Jewist fhrSdHar MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach OR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Sabbath Eye Services At the Sabbath Eve services on Friday night at 8 oclock, Dr. Samuel Bension will preach on the subject, "Judaism More or Less a Chanuka Eve Sermon." Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will offiSKASON'S GREETINGS T<> OUR MANY FRIEND8 AND PATRONS Miami Truck Service 2250 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-0990 ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call PEARL BROS. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 ciate with the assistance of the Center Choir, Miss Edith Freeman, assistant director. On Saturday morning the Children's Choir will officiate with the Cantor. Rabbi Glovensky of Long island has been invited to preach on the Scriptural Lesson at 10:30 a. m. as the guest Rabbi. The bar mitzvahs of Jay Fried and Jerry Sheftal will be celebrated. Mr, Gershon will meet his class in Prophetic Hebrew Texts at 4 p. m. and oneg Shabbos will be observed at 5 p. m. Men's Club The Men's Club met last Monday evening under the presidency of Nat Hankoff and received reports of the recent installation of its officers. A committee was designated to arrange for a series of forum lectures during the season. Names, dates and subjects will be announced in the very near future. The community will be invited to these occasions. The membership committee reported remarkable growth. The Senior League Under the chairmanship of Joseph A. Berman, the Senior PAGE NINE BEST WISHES TO OUIt MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS OVERSEAS TRANSPORTATION 228 S. W. N. River Drive Ph. 3-3615 League at its last meeting on Wednesday evening at the Center made plans for the approaching installation of its officers and heard a lecture by Dr. Samuel Bension, the second of a series of lectures and discussions in Post Biblical Jewish History. Young Judaea Misses Sara and Dorothy Lightman have organized two Young Judaea clubs, of boys and girls, ages 10 to 12— and 12 to 15 which meet at the Center on Thursdays at 7:15 p. m. All boys and girls of those ages who are interested are cordially invited to join these groups. Girl Scouts Two groups of Girl Scouts have been organized last week. One troop of girls ages 10 to 12 is led by Mrs. Goldberg and Mrs. Stern on Thursday afternoons at 3:15 o'clock and the older troop, ages 12 to 15 is supervised by the Misses Jo Saunders and Ada Rutter. Both troops are sponsored by the Sisterhood with Mrs. Marie Marbach as Scout Committee Chairman. Religious School Festival A very fine Chanuka entertainment has been arranged by the Religious School for Sunday afternoon, Dec. 21st to which both adults and children will be invited. The entertainment will feature songs, recitations, declamations, instrumental music, PalBBST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND I'ATI'.i INS JORDAN GROCERY 2836 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8627 estinian numbers, a Chanuka operetta, and Chanuka gifts for the children. Rabbi Samuel Bension and Superintendent Joseph A. Berman will address the gathering. Dr. Press' Class Dr. Carl Press' class in Jewish History within the College of Jewish Studies is proving a very interesting and popular class on Thursday evenings at the Center. New students, both men and women of all ages, will be welcomed if they register within the coming week. Visitors and auditors are also invited to attend and to participate in the discussions which follow the lectures. Center Co-Eds The Center Co-eds, the members of the Graduating class of the Center Religious School, high school boys and girls, ages 15 to 17, are organizing on Thursday evenings at the Center and will welcome prospective members to the Organization Chanuka dance which is to be held at the Center Patio on Saturday night. Sisterhood Social Monday Night Every Monday night is social night under the auspices of the Sisterhood at the Center. A cordial invitation is extended to all the men and the women on the Beach to participate in these socials. There is no admission. GEORGE HOLT APPOINTED BIRTHDAY BALL CHAIRMAN Orlando (Special) — Judge George Holt of Miami this week was appointed Dade County chairman for the Celebration of the President's Birthday, it was announced from state headquartres here. Appointment of Judge Holt was announced by Chester B. Treadway, state chairman of the campaign to raise funds for the nationwide fight against infantile paralysis. Spessard L. 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^r PAGE SIXTEEN rJcnist FkrM&r FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1941 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. R ::3 B. W. 14th Terrace Phor.e 3-5:?: 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor J00 N. W. 16th AveniM Phone • TALMUD TORAH -.54i S. W. Third S:r*e; Pro PatrU T.-.e shocking news of the attack upon our people leaves BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELZIN METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 2-6085 PHONE 51317 THE INN KOSHER RESTAURANT Special Rates Until Xmas Room <£ Meals S18.00 Dining Room for Parties. Weddings and Bar Mitxrahs EAT THE BEST Mrs. F. Kopel. Mgr. 335 S. W. 12th Avenue PHONE 2-1533 _4iol—Tl FHA MORTGAGES —UP T O 25 Y EAKS— BUILD YOUR HOW NOW WHILt BtHIHMi >T1I-I ** Ml .Ktll.T. CoRstnietiea Looas Refiaoaciag Amprii-an Bank and Trusf C*. AI.HI.RT I BERKI.I t.\ Mcrl(ii< law Officer :39 N. 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In the everyday life of the congregation we will introduce a new note of patriotic rededication and every religious act in the synagogue will be mter1 woven with an intense spirit of Americanism. The Committee on Services after meeting with Rabbi Kellner voted to include T U T T L E GARAGE Fend. '•' %  • W il I %  • %  35 S E. 4th St. Ph. 329'2 ST L'K MAST .'. ISH FRaENI S AND PATRi INS NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET *2i Coll -s Avt Ph. 5-584SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a. m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m. Mincha 5 :30 p. m. Maariv 6 :00 p. m iFridav ___ 5 :15 p.m. Sabbath Servi ce 9 :00 a.m. I into the Sabt-ath Services every 'week a special Prayer for the President. A .-oecial prayer for the President of the United States, its leaders and brave soldiers, as well as for victory, speedy and complete may it be. The theme of Americanism will also be included m the Rabbi's Sermon Rabbi Abraham Kellner will preach a special sermon in honor of the celebrations for the Bill of Rights and will speak Saturday morning at 10:30 on By Right, not By Might." Whilst Cantor Malek will chant the Rosh Chodesh Bentshen. This note of patriotism has also been displayed by the committee of our Ladies Auxiliary who are sponsoring their annual Chanuka Latke Party on Sunday night. Dec. 14th at 8 p. m. in the' Talmud Torah Hall. 1545 S W. 3rd Street. A goodly portion of the proceeds are devoted to the furtherance of good Jewlshness and loyal Americanism. %  very month the auxiliary distributes United States Defense Savings Stamps as prizes for deserving children in the Talmud Torah and Sunday school. Another aspect of Americanism ". be discussed in our opening Friday Evening Forum which will take place on Friday Dec. 19th at 8 30 p. m. at which time Rabbi Kellner will speak on •False Heroes" and will answer the charges contained in Justice Jerome Frank's recent article in the Saturday Evening Post. Cantor Malek and the school choir will participate in these forums. A high note of patriotism will be struck in the special observances for the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary' of the Bill of Rights at a special Congregational Meeting which is called by our president, Max Rifas in the new synagogue for Tuesday night. Dec. 16th at 8 p. m. This gathering will be highlighted by a presentation of an American Flag to the synagogue by the Frieda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans. In addition to the above meeting will feature a symposium in which the following speakers will participate. Herbert U. Feibelman who will discuss "The Bill of Rights in War and Peace." Rabbi Abraham Kellner will speak on "Right Makes Might" and George Chertkof will pre side over the program. In Memoriam Sunday, the 20th day of Kislev will be the first Yahrzc-it for our late and revered friend Dr. Israel Aaron Temple Lecher Lizoddic Livrocho. It is with a sense of soulful satisfaction that we record the fact that his sainted memory will be forever honored with the establishment of a Yeshiva in our community to his memory and in his name. There is no better way that we can prove in our daily lives that the memory of the Righteous is a Blessing. MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH WISHES I ": %  M.\NY JEWISH FBI EN DS A N I PATB >NS MILLER MUNDY. INC. •030 Alton RcaU Pn. 5-'0-3 EST WISHES ': MANY JEW • %  "• AND SS ROYAL PALM SPORTSWEAR = •4 Cu'lirs Ave. Ph. 5.0669 H 1 NUKA GREETINGS L"R MANY iXS South Florida Liquor Distributors, Inc. 300 S. 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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 lAGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 +Jewisli ncridfiann Rabbi Zwltman will be in the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerninc the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to *ay, each matter will be held in strict confidence. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening. Dec. 12th, at 8:15 o'clock, in observance of "Bill of Rights Sabbath" Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "The Bill of Rights and the Festival of Lights." A reception for worshipers, under Sisterhood sponsorship, will follow the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning. Dec. 13th. at 11 o'clock, Congregational singing, Torah reading, and interpretation of Biblical portion by Rabbi Zwitman. Members of the confirmation class participate in the I service. Parents and members of the congregation are cordially invited to attend. Chanuka Celebrations The Festival of Chanuka, which gains added significance in our day for it forecasts Maccabean victory over forces of aggression, will be celebrated in our Temple this Friday evening in conjunction with the Bill of Rights Sabbath, and next Friday evening in the Chanuka service of welcome to new members. In next week's service, the president and vicepresident of the Congregation, and the presidents of the Sisterhood. Men's Club and Youth Group will participate. In the Religious School, preparation for the Chanuka Festival will take place this Sunday morning, when the children will receive Menorahs and Chanuka candles, and instructions for the Festival both in the classroom and auditorium. The Chanuka play, "The End of the Story," will be presented on Sunday morning. Dec. 21st, by members of the Religious School, under the direction of Rabbi Zwitman. December Events Next Friday evening. Dec. 19, a Chanuka service of welcome to i new members, will be held in our PAGE FIVE SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Jewish Patrons and Friends BEACH SHOE REPAIR SHOP 519 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-2260 A number of inquiries have come to us during the past week regarding the effects of the war upon the Anti-Defamation League and other civicprotective programs. The feeling has been expressed that there might be a serious curtailment of all defense work in view of the present crisis. This is far from being the situation as is indicated by a telegram received from Sigmund Livingston, founder and chairman of the Anti-Defamation League. He says as follows: "In our judgment current development involves immediate extension of educational program even beyond former limitations. Furthermore many current activities in collaboration with governmental agencies expected to continue and be accelerated." In the light of this statement, the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League will continue the development of its present program with special emphasis on the expansion of its educational activities. Wm. L. Boxerman, Director Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League of Miami and the Wesley Fellowship League, attended services at our Temple last Friday evening, Dec. 5th. This act of good will on the part of the guests followed an invitation by Rabbi Zwitman during his participation in the Fellowship Forum on Religion held in the White Temple. 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: Jerold Elmer Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allador Wise; Isadore Lipton, father of Mr. Jos. M. Lipton. Yahrzeits: Flora Wineberg, mother of Mrs. Arthur Triester; Ralph Binswanger, brother of Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf; Benjamin Friedman, father of Mrs. Henry Sprintz; Mina Kaplan, mother of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. Leo Stein; Paul J. Bon wit, father of Walter B. Bonwit; Adolph Louis, father of Mrs. Lcona Levin; Pauline Weil Dessauer, mother of Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz; Fanny Seidenberg, mother of J. M. Seidenberg; Isidore Coret, father of Dr. Frank Coret. "LET LAUGHTER RING" This Chanuka sees Jewish people faced with perilous times, and again their homeland stands in danger of invasion. Yet, in the midst of tragedy there is a spirit of hope, the eternal hope which rises from the traditions and race history of the Jewish people. At such a time there can be no more fitting antidote to tragedy than the humor which springs out of the many-sided life of the Jewish people. The Jewish Publication Society of America has just published "Let Laughter Ring," a collection of wholesome and humorous stories mirroring Jewish life, just completed by S. Felix Mendelsohn, well known for his previous book, "The Jew Laughs." A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS EMPIRE Employment Agency 76J N. E. 1st St. Ph. 2-7454 Temple at 8:15 o'clock, followed by a reception in honor of the new members. On Friday evening, Dec. 26th, a reception in honor of Dr. Kaplan's birthday will be held. A group of members of the White Temple Methodist Church JEWISH CALENDAR All Holidays Start the Preceding Evening 5702 1941 Chanukah Rosh Chodesh Tebeth Fast of Tebeth Dec. 15 to 22 Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 20 21 __ Tuesday, Dec. 23 SEASON'S GREETINGS BROWNLY'S 247 East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Candies, Fountain, Luncheonette Home Made and Boxed Candies Carmel Corn Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons KITTY DAVIS AIRLINER 1610 Alton Road Phone 5-2677 Best Wishes to the Patrons of The Floridian STUDIO OF RICHARD PLUMMER FURNITURE AND COMPLETE INTERIORS 155 N. E. 40th St. Ph. 7-5714 CHANUKA GREETINGS RE-OPENING OLD HEIDELBERG 151 S. E. SECOND STREET GREETINGS NATHAN STRAUS-DUPARQUET, INC. OF FLORIDA Successors to Geo. L. Dixon Co.. 1100 N. E. Second Avenue SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS RESTAURANTS CLUBS. HOSPITALS. 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PAGE TWO *JeHisti ncrkiian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1941 Social Personals • • Clubs • • Organizations The Annual Membership Tea welcoming new Sisterhood members, and tendered in honor of all members of the Temple Israel Sisterhood, will be held on Tuesday. December 16th. at 2:00 p. m. in Kaplan Hall. Temple Israel. An interesting cultural and social program is to be presented in keeping with the Chanukah spirit, including a musical recital by Evelyn Raff. Mrs. Raff will present a repertoire of Mendelsohn's arias, as well as other appropriate selections. She will be accompanied by Miss Edith Freeman. The business meeting will be presided over by Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, with brief reports given by Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman of the School Board. Mrs. Samuel Katz. chairman of Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing. Mrs. Philip Weinstein. chairman of the Sisterhood Braille group and Mrs. Janette Jacobs, co-chairman of the Temple Israel Bazaar, under Sisterhood sponsorship, who will report on the progress of preparations for the Bazaar, which will take place on Feb. 10th and 11th. Following the business meeting, a Chanukah skit will be presented with Mrs Harry Rubin. Mrs. Hyland Rifas. Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Mrs. Irving Greenfield and Mrs Harry Wohl participating. Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan will give the opening prayer, and Rabbi Colman A. WANTED Expert Bookkeeper and Stenographer capable of Office Management, apply Miami Beach Jewish Center 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach SOILS L C. MORRIS TOP DRESSING SOILS PAVING Streets. Driveways. Parking Loti Grading and Bulldozing M4 N W 54th STREET PHONES: 7-6464—7-2558 MIAMI FLORIDA The marriage 01 Miss Bernice Miller to Mr. Bernard Greenstein will be an event of Sunday afternoon at a private ceremony to be held in the study of the home of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who will officiate. The bride and groom will be given away by their parents. Best man will be the brother of the groom. Mr. Sam Greenstein and maid of honor will be Miss Edith Roberts Miss Miller is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller of 1636 S. W. 19th Street. She is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and for the past several years has been a member of the staff of The Jewish Floridian. Mr. Greenstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Greenstein of Knoxville. Term, and former residents of Miami, is a member of the United States Army. After a honeymoon trip through the state, Mr. Greenstein will return to Ft. Benning, Georgia, where he is stationed. For Prompt and Co-rteouS Service MOUSLEY Service Station 302 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9407 Your Satisfaction — Our Pleasure I. ROSENGARTEN "Miami's Pioneer Furrier" 118 South Miami Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA There is No Substitute For "Certified Cold Storage" I. ROSENGARTEN will tell you how to keep your furs looking new. Their life depends upon the care you give them now. I. ROSENGARTEN specializes in remodeling, repairing, cleaning, glazing and moth proofing. Estimates Gladly Submitted You WU1 Find a Beautiful Assortment of FUR JACKETS to complete your 1942 Wardrode Phone 3 4591 118 SO. MIAMI AVENUE -' COLD s rovAor B 100 Per Cent Insurance Carried on All Furs Stored With Us Zwitman will give a brief address on the Festival of Chanukah. The meeting will be followed by a social hour with Mrs. Max Orovitz in charge of refreshments, and the new members will be welcomed by the hospitality committee, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Herbert A. Simon. The Sisterhood membership drive this year was under the chairmanship of Mrs. Frank Coret, with Mrs. Norman Rossman as co-chairman. They were assisted by Mrs. Max Steuer. Mrs. I Rose Raff. Mrs. Philip Weinstein. Mrs. Bertram Raff. Mrs. Morton Russack. Mrs. Sam Zinkow, Mrs. E. Max Goldstein. Mrs. Leonard Epstein. Mrs Harry Nevins. Mrs. J. E. Friihling. Mrs. Henry Kauffman. Mrs. Harry Kerzin. • • • Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, general j chairman of the Women's Divi-1 sion of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 1942 Campaign, will be hostess to captains and coj captains who will head teams during the forthcoming drive. Among those who have been in-1 vited to attend the affair to be held Wednesday evening. Dec. j 17th are for Miami: Mrs. Albert I E. Berkeley. Mrs. George Chert-1 kof, Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. Charles Greenstein, Mrs. Leo Hohauser, Mrs. L. Jacobs, Mrs. M. Jacobs, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. H. Klein, Mrs. Sanford Kramer. Mrs. Samuel Luby. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Mrs. Harry Orlin. Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, Mrs. Max Pepper. Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. J. Shaeffer, Mrs. Herman HapDV Chanuka DR. EUGENE WEISS Podiatrist Chiropodist BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS WILLIAMS GROCERY 1526 N. W. 1 PI. Ph. 3-9278 BEST WISHES To OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS TIP TOP BAR 533 S. W. 12 Ave. Miami. Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS VENETIAN WAY SERVICE STATION 1349 Dade Blvd. Ph. 59130 SEASONS GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS NU-ENAMEL MIAMI CO. 33 N. W. 1st. Phone 2-7772 THE PERFECT CRACKER! BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Stanley Hardware and Furniture Co. 118 N. W. 79 St. Ph. 7-9488 Wepman. For Miami Beach: Mrs. Sarah Berman. Mrs. Walter Bronston. Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Elias Freidus, Mrs. Edward Friedman. Mrs. Lillian Gottesman, Mrs. Murry Grossman, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Norman Leibling. Mrs. Sam Levine, Mrs. Benjamin London, Mrs. Sol Lutsky. Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Lew Stark, Mrs. Milton Travers. Mrs. Joseph Williamson. An outline of the tasks to be performed by the division in the drive starting January 18th will be presented. • • • A special cultural and patriotic meeting will be held by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue on Tuesday night, at 8 p. m. in the auditorium of the new synagogue The program will be highlighted by the presentation of the American Flag by the Frieda Markowitz Post to the Synagogue. Mr. George Chertkof will preside. Mr. Herbert U. Fiebleman will present an address in commeration of the 150 Anni%-ersary of the adoption of the Bill of Rights. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner willspeak on the subject. Right Makes Might. Refreshments will be served. • • • "War in the Orient" will be the subject of a talk by Eunice Tietjens. former war correspondent, at the Forum, sponsored by Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, on Friday, Dec. 12. 2 p. m. in the Miami Beach Elk's Club, 720 West Ave. During the last war Eunice Tietjens was war correspondent in France for the Chicago Daily News. She was raised in Europe and has lived in both China and Japan. In addition to several schoolbooks on China and Japan. Miss Tietjens wrote "Profiles from China" and "Poetry of the Orient." and has contributed articles on China and Japan to "Asia* and other magazines. A book review on "Two Way Passage" by Louis Adamic For Longer and Healthier Life Eat More Fruits and Vegetablei Klefeker Produce Co. 1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 3-8795 will be presented by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel of Miami. Discussion periods will follow both talks Mrs. Arthur Rabe will be chairman for the afternoon. On Dec 19 Forum will give a Chanukah party with Mrs. Moses Krieger as chairman. • • • At the Chanukah celebration of the Bialik Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance jointly with the Pioneers Women's Organization No. 1 for Palestine, cantor Louis Hayman, will render a number of traditional Chanukah songs and melodies. A traditional Chanuka meal will be served. The celebration will take place Sunday. Dec 14, 8:30 p. m. at the Surf Hotel', 444 Ocean Drive. M. B. • • • Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor a Chanukah Carnival for the Sunday School students, their parents, members and friends Sunday from 3 to 7 p. m. Mrs. Sam Dickson is serving as chairman, and Mrs. Dave Washer as co-chairman. Games and a variety of refreshments make up the program. Mrs. Dickson will be assisted by the Sunday School faculty and Board of Directors. • • • The Miami Beach Mizrachi Organization will hold its annual Chanukah Latkeh party at the Park Central Hotel Sunday night. An unusual program will be presented. Games will be played. The arrangements committee is headed by Mrs. A. R. Berow, Mrs. F. Kalsteln, and Mr. M. Feit. Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SUNSHINE PRODUCTS, INC. 499 N. w. 79th St. Ph. 7-2010 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Tri-Citv OldsmobUe 1125 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 35485 IMs^M



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman knisHkridictri Rodents on the Beach Have you heard of the latest Nazi stunt being tried in Greater Miami? Hitlerite women, seeking to disrupt British relief work, know that a large proportion of those knitting for British relief on the Beach are Jewish. Therefore, the rodents, who evidently are carrying out a welllaid plan, circulate in the knitting headquarters, acting as though they were officals of the organizatmn They make anti-Semitic remarks in the hearing of Jewish w omen • • %  The natural reaction of those who hear the derogatory statements is to cease their work for British relief. Our office frequently has received reports of similar incidents but heretofore has been unable to trace them During the past week a specific complaint was made against a woman supposedly in charge of one of the knitting centers who had engaged in an anti-Semitic outburst ... A check-up did not reveal anyone by that name in authority. A conference with the proper official of the organization revealed this occurrence to be part of an organized Nazi campaign The Beach, too, has its share of Adolph-lovers One or two of them come from the "best" families ... A number of others of German extraction have not hesitated to manifest their un-American sentiments. Jewish women who have been helping British war relief should PAGE FIFTEEN BEST WISHES To OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS Slavia Bohemian Restaurant 7330 N. E. 2 Ave. Ph. 7-9404 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS SEASONS GREETINGS 126 8th Street HENRIETTA'S FRUIT SHIPPERS Phone 5-9386 not permit themselves to be discouraged by such divisive tactics The next time that you hear a remark be sure to have the person identified Then report it to us .. We will be happy to handle the problem without any embarrassment to you Remember, though, that reliable information is needed Mere rumor will not suffice. They Know Not What They Do A statement in a local newspaper last week relative to a scurrilous tract on the Talmud being circulated here, has brought an equally vicious letter from a writer who is ashamed to sign his name, but merely calls himself "An American." The letter certainly leaves grave doubts as to the writer's Americanism ... It rehashes every lie which appeared in the original leaflet and concludes with the warning that "We are watching you Jews and other Christian haters. Don't forget this There's a day of reckoning not far in the future Justice will catch up with crooks eventually. "... Most significant in the vile letter is the continual linking up of Stalin, Churchill and "Rosenfelt." At almost the same time that this letter was being written, a speaker for the America First Committee up in Boston was haranguing a mob on the subject of "Rosenfelt, Franwfurter and Cohen." ... He is blind who today would deny the existence of a classic Nazi pattern in America It displays itself quite openly in remarks by America First leaders, and even in the isolated acts of its devotees, among which we surely must number the author of this slimy letter. Let one thing be crystal clear, especially for the benefit of Jewish organizations inviting speakers Today, he who cooperates with America First mobsters, is consorting with antiSemites, even though he may not be anti-Semitic himself Many of the leaders in the movement such as Lindbergh, for example, are anti-Semitic and no effort, so far as we know, has been made by the America First Committee to eliminate them. Jews and the War And lest you think that we're falling into the America First Committee trap, which says that all Jews oppose them because they are warmongers, let's cite a recent item on the Jews vis a vis the war ... In New York City, a Socialist, George W. Hartmann, was a candidate for election as mayor of New York The "Call" reports that his campaign platform was opposition to Roosevelt's foreign policy ... He AMANDA McMAHON Notary-Legal Work-Mimeographing-Multigraphing Secretarial Service -at your Home or OfficePublic Stenographer Office Phone 5-7541 Evenings 5-4826 Lincoln Drexel Building Office 201 Miami Beach. Fla. CHANUKA GREETINGS FRED HOWLAND.INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Postal Building CHANUKA GREETINGS DEAN AND KING. INC. CASH OR CREDIT Established 1914 NOTARY PUBLIC DEALERS IN NEW AND USED FURNITURE PHONE 2-9850 P: BOX 2073 517-519-521-523 N. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. OLDEST USED FURNITURE DEALERS IN MIAMI Property of all kinds for sale or rent TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES Purveyors of the finest fruits and vegetables KELCO PRODUCE CO. 2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Phone 2-2722 SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS RED TOP CAB AND BAGGAGE CO. "Always Call the Red Top" PHONE 3-3131—MIAMI PHONE 5-3497—MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS CRAVAT MANUFACTURNG CO. INC. 44 N. E. 1 Avenue Phone 3-6509 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS M.L BAKER Friden Calculating Sales Agency and Adding ^^ 120 N. E. 1st. Street CHANt'KA GREETINGS ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2017 N. W. 51st Street PHONE 7-1855 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATUONS SAM'S BODY AND FENDER SHOP 163 N. W. 11 St P h. 3-9123 TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS Stores at 1263 West Flagler St. 1753 North East Second Avenue. 1906 Ponce De Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables Wishes all Its Jewish patrons A Happy and Prosperous Chanuka BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS C. I. BRYSON STEEL CO. 3235 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-4731 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BAMBOO GIFT SHOP 11806 Blscayne Blvd. Ph. 7-9588 SEASONS GREETINGS CLARK and LEWIS CO. EXCLUSIVE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT OROCERS 34 N. E. 11th St. Ph. 3-3108 SEASONS GREETINGS BUSTER'S GRILL In the News Tower called upon voters to register their opposition to American entry into the war. Well, with this emphasis upon anti-war attitudes, Hartmann received his highest vote in those districts which are almost 100 per cent Jewish ... An interesting and amusing sidelight of the election took place in a district in the heart of Manhattan which has only one voter, Rabbi Nathan Wolf When interviewed by reporters, Wolf said, "I voted for George W. Hartmann because he opposes our entry into the war." So when next you hear that all Jews are war-mongers, remember this story. A New Ally The ADL gains a new ally for its work in this area, as Appreciate America opens a Florida office This group, whose headquarters in Chicago has Professor Paul A. Douglas (of the University of Chicago Round Table) as its chairman, has been doing a fine piece of work in promoting the American way of life. From its inception, the ADL has cooperated in the program Now that a local office has been set up, this mutual helpfulness will extend to our own area. REST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRI INS EAGLE AWNING CO. 108 N. E. 40 St. Miami, Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS NATIONAL 5-10c STORE 2170 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami. Fla. SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS M. AND M. DREDGING AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building Miami. Florida SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE. INC. 100 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411 CHANUKA GREETINGS CHILDREN'S CORNER "The Playground for Children" Telephone 5-3849 James Avenue at 19th Street Miami Beach. Florida The Most Completely Equipped Auto Paint Shop in The South JOHNNIE AND MACK REGULAR $35 GENUINE duPONT Q QC DELUX PAINT JOB WV*W NO MORE—NO LESS Our FacUities Enable Us to Render 24 Hour Service! All Work Over $25 Financed As Low As $1.00 a Week. Phone 3-7681 74 N. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jeisti flcrk/ian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. ig 4l STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) in the forthcoming film version of "Arsenic and Old Lace "'Holiday Inn." the new musical film for which Irving Berlin is writing a slew of new songs, promises to be something Due to return to the ether waves with the new year is Arthur Tracy, whom you no doubt remember as radioes ""Street Singer'" ABOUT PEOPLE Jan Peerce. who made his debut with the Metropolitan Opera Best Wishes to Our Vany Jewish Friends and Patrons BAKE RITE INC. %  -• S. W. 8th St Ph. 3-7928 Company a couple of weeks ago and rped quite a few critical plaudits, has made some operatic recordings for you and you and you They are in the form of a Victor album containing the complete tomb scene from "Lucia di Lammermoor" Hats off to Mrs. Nathan L. Goldstein of Brooklyn, who's putting in thirtysix hours a day organizing the women of Greater New York in this year's Federation drive If you're keeping a list of successful business women check on whether the name of Mollie Parnis is on it ... A wiz at the dress business, she's very proud that her creations are represented in some famous wardrobes, including that of the Duchess of Windsor Songwriter Ruth Lowe's "I'll Never Smile Again" has been a favorite with nightclubbers for quite some time, and now Ruth herself is following in her brainchild's footsteps, having been signed as hostess and featured pianist at a Lexington Avenue hotel Looking for an M. C job in Hollywood, they say. is former heavyweight champ Max Baer How many of you remember Theda Bara. the baby vamp of the screen in the good old days before the first world war" She retired manv years J IS ISSUED !N N. Y. New York—Eclipsing in the number of authoritative articles (1.215> and in pictorial illustrations (533) each of the four books previously published, the fifth volume of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia was issued here today, according to an announcement by Rabbi Isaac Landman. editor-in-chief of this ten-volume work in English. The remaining five volumes are scheduled to appear at short intervals. Louis Rittenberg is executive and literary editor. Rabbi Simon Cohen is research director, of the ago. and has been living the simple life as Mrs. Charles Brabin ... So imagine our amazement when we heard that Miss Barathe former Theodosia Goodman of Cincinnati, you know— may be making her screen comeback before long Best Wuhes to Ou' Vany Jewish Fr.ends and Patron* BAUMGARDNER U-DRIVE-IT Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons ROBERT E. COLLINS ARCHITECT -JC Secu-ity Bldfl. Ph. 3.41*7 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends ROBERT J. EIS INSURANCE 1703 Coral Way Ph. 4.9963 Universal Jewish Encyclopedia. GOD is the title of the first and IZSAK of the last subject in the fifth volume of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, which is dedicated to the memory of Isaac M. Wise as— "patriot, preacher and prophet; interpreter of Israel to America, and America to the Jews; fervent in the faith that America afforded wandering Israel a secure place of abode for integrated action in the service of Judaism and mankind." Earlier volumes were dedicated to George Alexander Kohut. Felix M. Warburg. Louis Marshall, and Isaac Leeser respectively. The fifth volume of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, embracing 645 (xii) pages, contains 867 biographical appraisals of outstanding Jews, living and dead, in all ages and all countries; concise histories of twentysix important institutions; revealing sketches of thirty nonJews whose efforts have affected Jewish life in many lands through the centuries. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in b isil • M m 'i' %  the fi-titious name of RL'BENSTEIN'S Intend to register the 1 % %  < %  with the Clerk of the • i'• in of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE PARKAS HELENA PARKAS %  %  12-19 LEGAL NOT I C E S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES' t^TT the undersigned, desiring to tnj,,.? business under the fictitious name of (•HESTERS RESTAURANT V\ <&. Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Fla in tends to register the said narn.'wiiw the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,, Dade County. Florida. 11 ll-M 12/5-12-19 Kmh BE8B N< iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that the undersigned, desiring to engine In business under the fictitious name ,,t CHAR-MOM GOWN BHOPraV' tends to register the said name with ISAAC JOFFE HARLES %  Attorney for Applicant 11/21-28 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GENERAL KOSHER MARKET at 1169 West Flagler St.. Miami. Florida intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County. Florida. I. PASHKOW MOLUE I'ASHKnw MARTIN GENET """^ Attorney for Applicants 11/14-21-28 12/5-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BILLOWS HOTEL at 127 JTth St Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv Florlda. 11/14-21-28 12/5-12 ABE H MAZOR GREETINGS MR. FOSTER'S STORE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE 33 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE OFFICE SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS OFFICE FURNITURE ENGRAVING We Make Prompt Deliveries BEST WISHES TO OLR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EAST COAST BAR 2830 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-9162 HYMAN ZISSEN Loris ZISSEN CHARLES ZISSEN M I. ZISSEN DOROTHY ZISSEN LILLIAN ZISSEN MILT. >N A FRIEDMAN Atti • ••-. foi Appl ints 11 2i-.is %  lf-l Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons HUGHES SEED STORE 116 S. Miami Ave. Phone 3-2121 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Ave. Ph. t-2424 N Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons GIBBS OIL CO. OIL BURNERS—HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS 4201 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-4531 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Clark Dredqinq Co. a W N River Dr. Ph. 2-6212 SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA M. B. G ARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building PHONE 2-4958 SEASON'S GREETINGS C. W. DUNLAP AND ASSOCIATES "226 N. W. 3rd Avenue Best Wuhes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY 13575 N. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 7-2022 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. desiring to engage n buslneaa under the fictitious name ->f FLAMINGO GOWN 8HOPPE Intends to register the said name with the Llerk of the Circuit Court o| • "..u:.t>. Florida ISAAC ,,,^^" I ,K WE1NSTBIN Attorney for Applicant 11 21-21 12 S-1I-IS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. enj .-• %  In I.J.: ••--mdei thfi • Itktui name of KARIIIZON APT HOTEL intend to register the said name with the Clerk "f thCircuit Court of D.tde Cu::lv. Florida. JACOB CHAVES BENJAMIN CHAVES LEON CHAVES H/21-25 12/S-12-IS Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-7896 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish F r ie"ds and Patrons MIAMI TAILOR SUPPLY 290 Halcyon Arcade Ph. 3-1037 Season's Greetings To All MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY Phone 2.6666 2049 N. W. 2nd Ave. "Watch for the Opening of Our New and Larger Quarters'' SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA FAUTHS INC. FURNTTURE RUGS CARPETS INTERIOR DECORATORS 144 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI. FLORIDA Best Wihe to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patron* MIAMI MOTOR COURT 26 S. E. 1st Ct. Miami. FI*. JENNIE GROSSINGER Proudly Announces The Openinq of Her DINING ROOM (Dietary Laws Observed* QAaMuicpA, Rtach Hotel 17th STREET and the OCEAN RESERVATIONS 5 2112 Best Wishes to Our Many Jew.sn Friends EMBRY RIDDLE School of Aviation 32*0 s. w. 27th Ave. Ph. 3-0711 VISIT BETTE WHITE CORSETIERE STUDIO 420 Lincoln Road. Room 414 Mercantile Nat'l. Bank Biog. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Foundations Brass:eves Designed to Ind.vidual Requirement! PHONE 5-0101 AUGUST STUDIO oi Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach Florida Many Jwtal Friends and Patrons DADE COUNTY DAIRIES 7500 N. E. 44h CtPh. 7-1977 R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertiliser Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilitsr GROWERS" SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4461 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4.3375 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious name of FLAGLER MEMORIAL GROUP ASSOCIATES Intends to register 'the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. .. n ALFRED GOTTESMAN 11 21-25 12,3-12-19 NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROYAL PALM CANDIES intends to register the said name with the ">:k of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BECLAH BCQARMAN 11/14-21-28 12.5-12 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in businessunder the fictitious name of SAM'S TROPICAL FRCIT St VEGETABLE MARKET at 420 Espanola Way. Miami Beach. Florida. Intel: !to | register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MRS GCSSIE JACOBSKIND : 11 14-21-21 |1 J-U NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name I of ROBINSON FRCIT SHIPPER, I intends to register the said name with ; the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. YALE GORDON ; 11 :' 12 :.-12-li>-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1 To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: i Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious I Name Statute." House Bill No. 11T.">. 1 Chapter No. 2095J. Uwi of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: TROPICS HOTEL, under which we are engaged in busi: ness at number liS! Collins Avenue. | in the City of Miami Beach. Florida. • That the parties Interested in said business enterprise, are as follows: DAVID OOLDIN ETHEL GOLDIN 11 2v 12 S-li-H -tt NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name "f SILVER SERVICE COMPANY mot Inc.) Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of thiCircuit Court of I>ade Countv. Florida. MUE FEINliOl.P 12 12-19-2H 1 2-9 L^_ in the BEST' NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name of TUDOR INN at 221 N E. tad •*'• Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of tl* Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. J. H PEN FIELD 12 12-19-2(6 1 2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engag'" in business under the fictitious name of OCEAN BREEZE HOTEL at 21 First St. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the said nam-' wiin the CUrk of the Circuit Court oi I>ade County. Florida. aOH U ZAVON II K-19-26 1,M



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If' PAGE FOURTEEN *Jeisrrkrkiian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1941 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's none**Cengree&tion) 16 N. W. Third Arenue MAX SHAPIRO. RAbbl Residence Phone 2-217* Office Phone 1-1471 HERMAN M. MARBEIN 1134 s w. 4th st Phon I-81T! Late Friday Evening Services At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services. Cantor Henry Marbein and a mixed choir will chant. In view of the 150th anniversary of the "Bill of Rights." Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the subject. "An American Observance—In What Sense?" An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the benediction arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Fine, in honor of their sen. Louis' birthday. Double Bar Mitxvah During the services this Saturday morning, at 9:30 o'clock. Harvey, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Relman. and Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Eber. will become bar mitzvah. An invitation is extended to all worshipers to attend the reception which will follow immediately after the services. Carnival A Chanuka carnival for Sunday School students will be held this Sunday afternoon from 3 to 7 o'clock. We urge all parents to bring their children. Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 ana. Evening Services ... 6 :00 p.m. Saturday morning 8 :30 a.m. Sundav morning 8 :00 a.m. j Hebrew School, daily.—3:15 to SEASON8 GREETINGS TV MY JEWISH FRIENDS I. A. FITE ADJUSTER 711 Langford Bldg. Ph. 2-^519 PEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY iH A N I" K A C. N. GRIMSHAW ST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AN: PATRI INS 41st STREET FLORIST 3 •• St P5-52" Wumi Beach. Fla. \\ ISHES T' I I IIT. MANY JEWISH FRIENDS DR. A. FARMER 1"08 N. W. 3 Ave. Ph. 2-625: SEA N S riNGS CENTURY Feed and Supply Co. 34" V M a~ Ae Ba:> C: Headquarter! BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS SHENANDOAH FISH MARKET We do our own barbecueing and smoking 3ARBECUE RI3S BARBECUE CHICKEN SMOKED FISH 1715 S. W. 8th Street BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS I. L WILSON GARAGE 3605 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-9S68 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Enjoy Your Visit and Be Sure to Ride WOFFORD SIGHTSEEING BOATS 2400 Ocean Drive Phone 5-0291 CHANUKA GREETINGS CARLEY I. SMITH TRANSFER LET US UNLOAD YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEMS 246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE Phone 2 2855 Nit* Phone 2-6454 MIAMI. FLORIDA 6.15 p. m. Uri. Lais Urchin Rrtcrtime 1" ** Dmtd Ccn^rtittom ami Sutck*** Congregational Meeting Sidney H. Palmer, president of the Congregation, announces that a regular monthly meeting will I be held Sunday evening at 8 p. m. at Beth David auditorium. Many important matters will be discussed, a guest speaker will be I heard and refreshments will be : served. It is hoped that all members will attend. Federation Campaign We urge our members and friends to volunteer their services in behalf of the Federation Campaign and respond to its call. Particularly should our members be interested in view of the fact that our Congregation is a constituent agency and our Talmud Torah is a participating agency of the Federation. Cultural Group Group of Jewish studies for adults will hold its second cultural meeting Monday evening. December' 22nd. "Kohol" group under the direction of Cantor Henry Marbein. elementary and conversational Hebrew taught by Louis Gadon. and a course in Hebraic Civilization will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Home Studies Group Members and friends of Beth David who desire to form informal cultural groups at different homes for purpose of discussion, are advised that the Rabbi will be more than happy to start such groups if contacted. The initiative must be taken by the individual to form such groups. In Memorium The following names of beloved ones who are inscribed in our Book of Life, and whose Yahrzeiten occur this coming week will be mentioned during the services Friday night: Zalman, brother of Nat Zalka: Rochel, mother of Nat Klein: Yitzchock Moshe. brother of Mrs. Alex Miller and son of Mrs. E. Morton; Daniel, father of Mrs. Ben Miller; Zalman. father of H. Ray vis; Label, father of Leo Ackerman. Latka Party The Sisterhood will celebrate its traditional Chanuka Sunday this year with a latka party. Cards, mah jongg and bingo will be enjoyed, as well as an excellent program. Mrs. J. Engler. chairman, is formulating many fine plans for your entertainment that evening. Remember Sunday evening, December 21st at 8 m. at the Beth David auditorium! Regular Meeting Mrs. Isadore Fine, president hopes to greet many members this Wednesday at our regular monthly meeting. New plans will be formulated, and a guest speaker will be heard. American Red Cross Sewing We urge all women to register with us for the American Red Cross classes which are held at the Beth David auditorium every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the day. This is an emergency, and we need every woman who can sew, knit or crochet to join with us in defense of our country. For information call 2-1473. THE TRANSFERENCE PROVED EFFECTIVE : \>. ..V S GREETINGS JORGENSEN and SCHREFFLER ENGINEERS "2th Floor News Tower Cot4acua^ BOOK i. CARD SHOP 44 S. E. 1st Street Phone 3-1849 EST WISHES TO Ol'R MANY JEWISH FRIENDS Roadside Rest Beer Garden 6895 N. W. S Ave. Ph. 7-9526 The pious Hannah Baile had a great deal of faith in her rabbi, and being confronted by a great many trials, she went to him to unburden her heart. After talking to the holy man incessantly for two hours, Hannah Baile said: "I forgot to tell you that when I came here I had a terrific headache, but now it disappeared." "You are mistaken, my dear woman." said the rabbi. "The headache has not disappeared. I have it now." WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ROBERT SUNDRIES 202C Cc Hoe Ave. Ph. 5-9361 BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATH' 1MB FREDERICK T. RANK DECORATOR Ft. Lauderdale and 3138 Coral Way alao 761 W. 41 St. Miami Beach PHONE 5-5588 BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND I'ATRi INS FLORIDA FOUNDRY PATTERN WORKS 105 E. 20tn St. Ph. 8-2272 Miaieah. Fla. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS c. S. VAUGHAN PLUMBER 1716 N. W. 45th Street Phone 7-4826 CHANCKA GREETINGS ata bin* Made Bottles Out of Flor'.'..-. aai.] FLORIDA GLASS MFG. CO. MADE IN JACKSONVILLE Satlei Representative, Herbert Data 1C7 N. E. 2th St. Ph. 3-6965 MIAMI. FLORIDA T> JEWRY EVERYWHERE WE EXTEND BEST WISHEi K '!'. A HAPPY CHANCKA FAIRGLADES DAIRY KENDALL. FLORIDA PHONE 4-6771 BEST WISHES TO 01 It MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Brad's Service Station 2800 Coral Way Ph. 4-9298 REASON'S GREETINGS FLEXLUME DANIEL NEON CO. 11* N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-5842 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EARL V. WILSON CO. 1220 S. Miami A. Phone 3-5724 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS WILLIAMS CHEMICAL CO. CHEMICALS—JANITORS SUPPLIES 555 N W. 5th Street Phone 2-6177 BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIES: I FLORIDA FUEL OIL INC. 50 N. W. 73 St. Ph. 7--6*3 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 of DI5 TIRE Co BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY C H A N V K A GEORGE L GRILEY VICTOR P. GRILEY CHANUKA GREETINGS SEMINOLE BAR OKEECHOBEE ROAD H I A L E A H