The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 14No. 51
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1941
(ILL FIGHT UNTIL
FREEDOM SECURE
SAYS PRESIDENT
Washington (WNS)Denounc-
ing Hitlensm as a "revival of bar-
barism," President Roosevelt de-
clared that the American people,
having taken up arms in the de-
fense of liberty, "will not lay
them down before liberty is
once again secure in the world
in which we live." The Presi-
dent's speech, broadcast from the
White House, climaxed the na-
tion-wide celebration commemor-
ating the 150th anniversary of
the ratification of the Bill of
Rights.
"The issue of our time,' the
President said, "the issue of the
war in which we are engaged,
is the issue forced upon the de-
cent, self-respecting peoples of
the earth by the aggressive dog-
mas of this attempted revival of
barbarism; this proposed return
to tyranny; this effort to impose
again upon the peoples of the
world doctrines ot absolute obe-
dience, and of dictatorial rule,
and of the suppression of truth,
and of the oppression of con-
science which the free nations of
the earth have long ago reject-
ed.''
Mr. Roosevelt pledged that "we
will not, under any threat, or in
the face of any danger, surrender
the guarantees of liberty our lore- I
fathers framed for us in our Bill
of Rights. We hold with all the
passittn of our hearts and minds j
to those commitments of the hu- |
man spirit."
Describing Hitler and his fol-
lowers as ."political and mortal;
tigers."' the President warned 1
that "to Hitler, the government,
as we conceive it, is an impossi-
ble conception. The government I
to him is not the servant and the!
instrument of the people, but
their absolute master and the j
dictator of their every act."
"To Hitler the church as we I
conceive it," the President con-
tinued, "is a monstrosity to be'
destroyed by every means at his
command. The Nazi Church
EMERGENCY FUNDS SENT TO ;
HAWAII BY WELFARE BOARD
PRICE 10 CENTS
New York (WNS)Emergency '
funds were sent shortly after the i
outbreak of hostilities to its rep-1
resentatives in Hawaii and the
Philippines, it was announced by
the Jewish Welfare Board. After
three days of continuous at-
tempts to establish contact with
its workers stationed at these
bases, the Board received a brief
message from Israel Weinstein,
J.W.B. worker in Honolulu for
the past 12 years, reading simply
"send funds quickly." The Philip-
pine worker, Morton I. Netzorg, so
far has not been contacted, al-
though funds and instructions
have been sent.
Since the last war the Jewish
Welfare Board has maintained a
center in Honolulu for the use
of soldiers and sailors serving
with the permanent military es-
tablishment in Hawaii. Three
months ago. in a trip to the main-
land, Mr. Weinstein stopped in
I many cities throughout the coun-
| try to visit the parents of boys
, stationed on the Island. He re-
I assured the parents concerning
I the welfare of their sons and took
| back with him messages and pre-
sents from them.
I The Board also reported that a
| Jewish chaplain. Lt. Herbert C.
i Straus, is serving with the Navy
at Pearl Harbor. The Jewish
army chaplain in Hawaii is Chap-
lain Harry Richmond.
OP
LODGES IS JOINT
DEFENSE TRAINING CAMPS
FOR YOUTH ARE EXPANDED
A joint installation of officers
of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith
and its Auxiliary featured by an
address by Dr. Abram L. Sachar
will take place Sunday evening at
the Hotel Evans, Miami Beach.
Program for the evening in-
cludes introductory remarks by
Rabbi Max Shapiro; address by
Abe Aronovitz retiring president;
E
Y REFUGEES
AND SEIZE FUNDS
to be the 'national church,' a pag-
an church, 'absolute and exclus-
ively in the service of but one
doctrine, one race, one nation.'
"To Hitler, the freedom of men
to think as they please and speak
as they please and worship as
they please is, of all things imag-
inable, most hateful and most
desperately to be feared."
Istanbul (WNS) More than
10.800 European Jewish refugees
were arrested by Japanese mili-
tary authorities in Shanghai, it
was reliably reported here. Thou-
sands more were seized but were
released after questioning. Many
of those arrested had escaped re-
cently from Kobe, Japan.
A Vichy radio report said that
the Japanese authorities had
turned over to the Gestapo many
1S well-known Jewish refugees who
Charles G. Lavin, State Ad-
ministrator of the National Youth
Administration, announced this
week that the National Youth
Administration defense training
centers are being expanded an?
geared for full participation in
the National Defense Program. .
"Several hundred additional
youth," Mr. Lavin said, "will be
able to take their places in mach-
ine, aviation mechanics, welding,
woodwork, boat building, and
other shops where they may gain
work experience for actual par-
ticipation in the country's vital
defense occupations.
"This program is designed for
boys of pre-military age and those
who have been rejected for ser-
vice with the armed forces, so
that they will have the opportun-
ity to take an active part in the
already vast armament program
which must be doubled and
trebled to keep the American
army and navy and the forces of
this nation's allies supplied with
war materials."'
Resident camps where the
youth live and work are being
maintained at Ocala. Camp
Blanding, Tallahassee. Pensacola.
and Tampa. In addition to these,
local projects are placed in small-
er communities throughout the
State so that youth may live at
home and still participate in the
program.
Albert E. Berkeley and Sadye
G. Rose are members of the local
board.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar
installation of officers of both
groups by Isaac Levin; addresses
' by Mrs. Jennie Rotfort and Bur-
nett Roth incoming presidents,
and the main speaker. Dr. Sachar.
Dancing will follow. The ban-
THREE JEWS ARE
G
U- S. IEWS IN PALESTINE
OFFER AID TO CONSULATE
Jerusalem (WNS) Scores of
American Jews waited on line
outside the Usited States con-j
sulate here to offer their ser-1
vices to America in the war
against the Axis powers. The
Patriotic demonstration moved j
American Consulate officials.
United States Consul Lowell ]
nnkerton announced that Ameri-
can Jews would be notified if
they were required to report for i
duty. Meanwhile, all American \
Jews in Palestine were advised to
register with the consulate.
Following America's entry into
the war a group of Kabbalists left;
jor Safed where they will visit
the sacred shrines and pray for
an American victory.
had continued their outspoken
anti-Nazi activities after going
into exile. The report said that
these relugees would probably
be returned to Nazi Germany.
Shortly utter their occupation
of the International Settlement
in Shanghai. Japanese otlicials
ordered all Jewish refugees to
register with the occupation au-
thorities within three days. All
bank accounts held in the names
of Jewish refugees were blocked.
It was believed here that the
compulsory registration of refu-
gees was a forerunner of mass
internment of the trapped Hitler
victims. It Japan should decide
to ape Hitler's methods, the refu-
gees will probably be sent to
compulsory labor camps.
Zurich (WNS)The mass de-
Washington (WNS) Three
. Jewish soldiers were among the
quet committee is headed by Mrs. j first casualties in America's war
against the Axis powers. The
three Jewish boys, one of them
only 19 years old, were killed
during Japan's sudden air at-
tack on Hawaii.
The first casualty list released
by the War Department here
included: Private Jack H. Feld-
man. 19 years old. and Corporal
Theodore J. Lewiss, both of
Sadye G. Rose and Sam Silver.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar is an
historian, lecturer and national
director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations, administering 54
Foundations and Counselorships
in as many colleges and univer-
sities throughout the country. He
is also director of the Hillel Foun-
dation at the University of
oi Jews from Bess-
SMSam* ~j-
nois. from which he is now taking Philadelphia and Private Louis
a year's leave of absence to Schleifer of Newark. N. J.
launch the new Foundation at
Brooklyn College.
Dr. Sachar was born 41 years
ago in New York, took his bachel-
or's degree at Washington Uni-
versity, St. Louis, in 1920. and
three years thereafter gained a
Ph.D. at Cambridge, Eng. That
same year he entered the depart-
ment of History at the University
of Illinois, where he taught for
five years more. Also in 1923 the
first of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations was established at
Illinois, with the purpose of
bringing to the Jewish students
there a knowledge of and pro-
per pride in their own historic
culture. Dr. Sachar
was as-
with that
Schleifer of Newark. N. J.
Young Feldman. son of Dr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Feldman, was
sent to Hawaii last April as an
expert airplane mechanic. He
was scheduled to enter a school
for officers in the near future.
Corporal Lewiss joined the
United States Army at the age of
17 and had completed two terms
of service. His mother, now in
a Philadelphia hospital, was not
informed of his death. Private
Schleifer, an engineer, had only
last week sent his parents a letter,
from Hawaii. In the letter he
included $45 with which he urged
them to have a good time.
Chicago (WNS)Thousands of
Persons, representing all races and
"eeds, participated in the un-
veiling of the monument on which
ands the figure of Haym Salo-
"jon. American Jewish hero of
"e Revolutionary War, along
w'th those of George Washington
and Robert Morris, as symbols of
| American unity. The ceremony
*f part of the Bill of Rights.
Jwth commemoration.
special ghettos in the Russian
Ukraine nas been suspended tem-
porarily by the Rumanian Gov-
ernment oecause oi the Bed
Army's strong >unr-otfensive
against the combined Nazi and
Rumanian troops in that area, u
was reported here.
Diplomatic circles here said
that Rumanian Premier Ion An-
tonescue teared that the Red
Army would drive the Axis troops
out of the Ukraine entirely and
would retake much of the area
now occupied by the Rumanian
forces. Jews had been trans-
ported en masse to ghettos and
special labor camps where they
were assigned to rebuilding
houses roads and bridges dam-
aged in the fighting several
months ago.
from the beginning,
became director of the Illinois
Foundation and national director
in 1932. at which time he re-
signed from his teaching post.
Hillel work has naturally ab-
New York (WNS)Responding
Foundation to an appeal from the American
In IQ^R he' Red Cross for assistance in
launching its $50,000,000 drive
lor emergency war lunds, the
Jewish Welfare Board, through
its president, Frank L. Weil, has
pledged the use of the Board's
facilities and organizational
sorbed much of his energy since jn lh(, cfforl
then- but he has found time for
both writing and lecturing as
well. As a speaker he is known
to audiences all over the country.
During these Hillel years Dr.
Sachar has also produced two
books"A History of the Jews
and "Sufferance is the Badge,
dealing with what has happened
to the Jewish populations of the
world since the Treaty of Ver-
sailles, which has just been pub-
lished. Limited reservations may
be obtained at the B'nai B nth of-
fice, phone 3-0751.
Mr. Weil, in a message to Nor-
man A. Davis, Red Cross chair-
man, said that the "National
Jewish Welfare Board whole-
heartedly endorses the campaign.
We offer you the cooperation and
facilities of our 325 Community
Centers and our 225 Army and
Navy Committees reaching prin-
ciple cities of the country. We
are urging each of them to give
you maximum support. Our or-
ganization will render the fullest
possible assistance."
TROPICAL PARK
TO DPEN SEASON
FOR 21-DAY MEET
Tropical Park, widely known
thoroughbred center operated by
the Gables Racing Association,
will open its annual Winter Meet-
ing and the 1941-42 Florida horse
racing season at 2 o'clock Satur-
day before what is predicted as
a record opening day throng of
turf and sports followers.
To start the 21-day meeting,
the first eight-race program will
be highlighted by the two annual
features, the Inaugural $2,500
Handicap and the Coral Way
$1,200 Purse. With well-filled
fields throughout the card, the
mile racing strip in outstanding
condition and the entire plant of-
fering the patrons new and at-
tractive features. Tropical Park
looks to a winter meeting which
will bring new records of attend-
ance, mutuel play and thorough-
bred speed.
The chief feature, the S2.500
Inaugural Handicap, will be at
six furlongs for 3-ycar-olds and
upward. The secondary feature,
the Coral Gables. $1,200 Purse, al-
so at six furlongs, will be for 2-
year-olds. The opening-day card
also will offer three other events
for sprinters and three races for
distance horses, two of the lat-
ter at a mile and 70 yards, and
one at a mile and one-sixteenth.
Referring to the Well-filled
card. Racing Secretary Robert S.
Shelley pointed to the fact that
approximately 2.000 horses from
nationally-known stables are
quartered at Tropical Park and
nearby Hialeah. He said others
are now on the way to this area
as a result of the Santa Anita
race meeting cancellation.
With the start of the current
meeting, it will be a new Trop-
ical Park that will welcome turf
and sports followers. This not
only includes a new management
comprised of nationally-known
turf leaders and sportsmen but
also a greatly improved and beau-
tified plant.
The new management includes
Henry L. Straus as president: A.
Charles Schwartz as executive
vice-president; Gurnee Munn as
vice-president; Charles A. Munn
as secretary and treasurer; Ger-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
MANPOWER & RESOURCES
PLEDGED TO GOVERNMENT
Washington, D. C. B'nai
B'rith's 150,000 men and women
and 50,000 young people "stand
ready for any and all sacrifices
of blood, treasure, talent and toil
in defense of our country," Henry
Monsky, national president of the
oldest and largest national Jew-
ish service and fraternal organi-
zation, declared today in a tele-
gram to President Roosevelt.
At the same time. Mr. Monsky
announced that B'nai B'rith has
contributed $5,000 from its na-
tional funds to the American Red
Cross' $50,000,000 United States
War relief fund for civilian aid
and services to the armed forces.
An additional $45,000 was pledged
by Mr. Monsky on behalf of B'nai
B'rith units throughout the coun-
try who will give through their
local Red Cross chapters.
Jersusalem (WNS)Prime Mi-
nister Winston Churchill voiced
his shock at the recent Rumanian
pogroms against Jews, during
which many thousands of Jews
were ruthlessly murdered, and
promised to make a public con-
demnation of the massacres, in a
message received here by the ex-
ecutive of the Vaad Leumi.


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PAGE TWO
Jenitf fkrHSOr
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, jg^j
Social
Personals
Clubs

Organizations
PERSONALS
BAR MITZVAH
ORGANIZATIONS
RECEPTION
MARRIAGES
Mr and Mrs Martin Berkeley
returned te their home in Holly-
wood. C^..:: .i after visiting
here ii the bouse guesti ::' tua
brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
ar.d Mrs. Albert Berkeley ar.i
witfa his parents. Dr. ar.i Mrs
B B Berkeley

Dr M. D Augustine on the
active retired list :'. the U. S
Army, returned to the Qty fr:rr.
the "Walter Reed Hospital ar.d
:? residing *:::-. bis other. Mr?
L- Augus::r-

Dr. AJexa-der Kuahner, sur.
gl n. .-.".. >':;-:r.j :'
siri::: na] ffices a: 42J Lir -
F.r-ad. Miami Beach Dr Km
--; rra::.:v .? limited '' Boni
; int Surgery.

Mrs L M i and ghter of
Sew York an visiting in Miami
5 the bouse guests :' Mr .ir.ri
Mrs r Berk

Mr and Mrs Frank Grossman
>f GainesviiiV E r an visit-
ing in Miami Beat
The Bar Miti
:<:".".. son .:' Mr
SefteU Miami
served .a;: Sal
arr.: Beach Jew
i".:.r.d:r.g were
I rr.ar. cf New Y
of Jerry: Mr.
Mamber, Mr ar.
Free rr.ar.. Mr.
Robert Levins,
well Irv.r.
:'. Jerrv Sef-
and Mrs Murrv
Beach, was
:urday at the Mi-
isb Centex G
Mn Mary Hoff-
ork. grar.drr.v-:-;-r
ar.i Mrs Oscar
d Mrs Davis. Iff*
in, Mrs
and son. and Lo-
BIRTHS
Mr and Mrs Bennett R. Apple-
m:e the irirtr. of a
ighter Sandra Lynn,
Saturday D-c;r;U: 13th at t.-.e
Jackson Merc rial Hospital.

and Mn Kagan ana : _r.;;
gnter M radar,
er 15th at the P..
C-.r:ild Elmer Wise, aee 7 ; -
:: Mr and Mr. A: Wise, suc-
cumbed U : short illness .."-:
;; December 5tb H-. -^^ at-
tended 1 : ral Way Element-
ary SCh 7~r.:7... -:7.
: conducted by Rabbi C Iman
A Zwitman and interment I k
''' d 1 -. b d dm U ry
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1-301
Lightfooted suede
N AT U RALtZERS
uear novelty tongues
S675
^peir
Although they re so new,
and flattering, they retain
the iamous no-slip no-gap,
no-pinch teuluie that has
made Naturalise* Shoes ia-
mous lor years.
"KITTEN" ... the low-
heel softie pump comes
in beige with brown.
'7ANICE" is a dainty
walled last pump in
white.
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7- R '-- Aarrr. \esh-
..... ar.d F, S.-.-.v. c.
ttet Miami til hold ti
Chai oka i na rt this Satui
nine in the auditorium at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Syr.a-
grgue Rare--. Joseph Rackov-
ef Ccngregati-n Sr.aare:
Tfcloh 01 Miami Beach, c-a.rrr.ar.
will present the program :: g--es:
stars Tr.e pr.veedi .
Air ___d.r.g ra.-.d ::' the
Yeshiva

The new'.y crgar.ire-d Junior
and Senior c h a:-1 e n c 1 Y .-ung
Judaea celebrated ;--.:.y at a
Char.uka party Tuesday evening
at the Miami 5^:n Jevi C
ter Tr.e program included Har-
nan Estelle Anker. Shir-
ley Gerstem and Allan Wesun
Harol i H rm a -. w as re ; I e; I. d
rrrgrarr. cha:rrr.ar.
rs under the --
rect. : : M..-_--. Sarab an a Z1. r. -
__btman w ...
I arty Tuesday ^^:.^^^^^ .
];. :: ;: a m at 10th Street.

Tr.e :: th Girts ol Miami
Beacr. will -. Id their annual
Chanuka fesuval Saturday a'.
e m at the Park J^r-tra. Hotel
Gue;:< : t will be the Mac-
cabeans, boy^s a sf Both
-:s a.re units .: the Beth Ja-
cob Cor.^.- ". n and have as
sponsors Mrs M Meschelotl ar.-
?.^:;5 F:-r^r;. G.:\^: g^li. and
Ir-.-^-.g Genet, bc-ys. A 1- Me.
it2 will be :r.a;:er cf cere-
monies a.-.d the program will in-
elude Irrr.a Ede_-r.an. F. r-;-..-:
Sbeber, Louise Raphael, Evelyn
K rr.ar. L-:rra:r.e Adler. Char-
lotte Frank. Carolyn Tanen.
Rhoda Ziff ar.d Mr. S. Cook. In
charge ci arrangementi are Flo-
rencc Genet, Jeanette Posner and
Mn-iam Fell

A Sabbath Tea Saturday. De-
xsnber SOtb at 2 p. m. will be
St -^ored by the Miami Chapter
:f Senior HrdriTfi at t.-.e home
:: Mrs Harry Sirkin. 2644 Fla-
mingo Drive. -!.arr.. Beach, cele-
rrating the birthday cf Miss Hen-
rietta Szold. national Jounder of
Hadassah Guest speakers will
Mn Max Korshak, vice pre;:-
ient :f the C.-..:agc chapter.
whose subject will ^e Henrietta
5:..... ar.d Rare: Colrr.ar.
A Zwitman -. "HeUeniaa ar.d
Bel raism Mrs I M Wein-
.-- .-.. education chairman, will
preside a-.d will review Tr.eodore
I--! r;.; 'Old New Lar.d A
social hour ar.d refreshments will
I U .v ^r.d the afternoon will be
tuded *.--- gr jj ;.-;.-; ;:'
litional Sal i atb and H^:..r:_
An open house and reception
.^nng Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bernard
Greenstein. whose wedding was
an evert of December 14th. will
be held Sunday at the home of
her parents. Sir. and Mrs. M.
Miller, 1636 S W. !9th Street. Mi-
am:. b<:r.r.:ng at 2 p. m. The
wedding cake will be cut as the
feature of the afternoon. Mrs.
Greensteir. is the former Bernice
Miller.
ORGANIZATIONS
7.-.-: Women's Branch of the
Israel Aaron Yeshiva and
Parochial School will give a
Membership Tea. open to the
.: Monday, December 22nd
a: 2 m. at the Park Central
'' mi Beach. Mrs Abra-
ham A Kellner, cultural chair-
man will conduct the program
Include addresses by
Nathan Ginsberg, president of
Men's Organization of the
V .... Max Rifas president of
M imi Jewish Orthodox Con-
gn gauon; a sketch by Mrs. Lil-
lian C- Mills ar.d a Quiz program
Mrs John C. Temple as
?.!ida~. Quiz, assisted by Mrs.
D Mrs. Libby Katz.
Mr? George Chertkof and Miss

T Forum cf the Miami Seo-
:.;r. :'. the National Council of
Jewish Women, will bold a round
table d-scussion of "A Post-war
Jew- in a Post-War World'" at
-.- r Chanuka party. Friday. De-
- r I9tfa at 2 p. m. at the Mi-
ami Beach Elks Club. 720 West
Avenue, Miami Beach. Mrs Moses
Krieger will preside as chairman,
and participants include Rabbis
Samuel Ber.sion. Moses Meschel-
cff. Max Shapiro. Colman A.
Zwitman with Rabbi Abraham
Kellner as moderator. Miss Nan-
cy Freedman. -.ocalist and rr.ar-
imba artist, will present the mu-
sical program and refreshments
e served.
A C.-.ildrer.'s Holiday Party
and Marionette Matinee will be
aponsnred by the Forum, Friday.
December 26th at 2 p. m. at the
Ida M Fssber High School. Mi-
ami Beach
The mamage of Irene Cohen to
Samuel Kirstein took place Sun-
day at 5 o'clock at a private cere-
mony in the home of Rabbi Max
Shapiro who officiated. Mr. "and
Mrs. Kirstein are residing at lw
S. W. 18th Street. iX>

Thursday at 3:30 p. m. the
wedding of Lillian Wucher *
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Wucher to James Builowa. son
of Dr. and Mrs. Jesse G. M. BulL
owa. took place in the home of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff who of-
ficiated in the presence of the
immediate families. After a
honeymoon trip throughout the
state, the couple will reside in
New York.
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PAGE THREE
KING'S..^^
KOMMENTS Ssli
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Chcmuka, the feast of lights
Thoour troublesbrings delights
As we day by day
Wearily wend our way
Knowing surely that from above
Will come that help and that love
Same as it did in those days of old
To rekindle for us Chanuka Lights bold.
King taw a note that came
in the mail to the boss the other
day from David J. Heffernan.
judge of the Civil Court of Re-
cord, of a case in his court .
a humorous morsel He
tells how .
"Excitedly testifying in his
own behalf in a case involving
attorney's fees, on December
12th. 1941. Al Pallot. attorney-
at law stated:
"If a WIDOW with three
children came into my office,
and said she was broke and
hungry, also complained that
her HUSBAND was beating
her up. I would handle her
case for nothing." ... He won
his case .
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in Miami of one of the orgam/a _________________________________
tions ... a disapproving faction
. they are issuing membership
cards to the "Old Regime Fellow-
ship Club" .
King wonders whether these
past masters of ceremonies for
the various local functions will
learn they're not the principal.
speakers .
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ADDITIONAL SOCIETY
A mah jongg and card party
given by the Committee in charge
of the Donor project of the Wo-
men's Division American Jewish
Congress will be held Friday, De-
cember 19th at 2 p. m. at the Lon-
don Arms Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Benj. London will be hos-
tess of the affair.
e e
More than two hundred at-
tended the Donor Luncheon given
by the Dade Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home,
of which Mrs. Clementine Kemp
was chairman and Mrs. Ethyl
Nathan, co-chairman. The pro-
gram included Lee Mason of W.
K. A. T., Mrs. Leopold Marcus,
Charles Tobin, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Maxwell Lustig, Miss
Joan Grey, Folia Negin and a
play presented by members under
the direction of Mrs. M. Cohen.
e e
The installation of the newly
elected officers of the Workmen's
Circle Branch 692 will be held at
" p. m. at their Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Those to be installed include
Louis Marcus, chairman; J. Kay,
vice chairman; Morris Jacobs, fi-
nancial secretary; Philip Kotter,
recording secretary; H. Laibson.
Beach Hospitaler; D. Rifkin, Mi-
ami Hospitaler; Mrs. Rose Able,
social service committee. Miami;
Miami Beach. Mrs. Ann Zucker-
man. Philip Rabinowitz. H. Hoff-
man. S. Kahn. J. Kaset, B. Silver,
H. Rose. A. Solomon, L. Baker-
man. J. Chalodenko, Mrs. J.
Kaset. Mrs. M. Jacobs, Mrs. L.
Marcus. Mrs. H. Leibson and Mrs.
A. Levinson. members of the ex-
ecutive committee.
fore the Spinoza Forum, 11th
Street, between Collins Avenue
and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
Next week's program of the Spin-
oza Forum includes Monday
morning, 10:30 a. m. Edward
Clarke, of the U. of Miami, School
of Music, will lecture on George
Friedrich Handel. Tuesday even-
ing, 8:15 p. m. Abe Aronovitz
will be the guest speaker. Mr.
Aronovitz will speak on "What
Kind of a Peace Must We Have."
Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p. m
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
address the Forum. Rabbi Zwit-
man's topic: "Nazism's Revolu-
tion Against Western Civiliza-
tion."
Spinoza's Conception of God
will be the topic of the lecture by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, this Sat-
urday afternoon, 3:30 p. m. be-
PALM BEACH
NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Jack Barash Is convalescing
at the Good Samaritan Hospita
from an appendectomy.
Joe Bronstein returned to Palm
Beach from Baltimore where he
was called by the death of his
father.
The Tarbuth Hebrew Culture
League will have a Chanuka
meeting at the home of David
Freedman, 1030 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, Sunday at 3 p. m.
A paneled discussion will take
place with P. Puchkoff, Hebrew
author; H. Friedlander. educator
and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
president of the league partici-
pating.
Sunday morning and a service for
adults in the evening, held at
Schwartzberg Hall.
FEDERATION DRIVE STARTS
JANUARY 8TH. 1941
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein has
formed an Adult Jewish History
Class, which will meet weekly
at his home.
Chanuka was celebrated by
Temple Israel, reform congrega-
tion, with a party for children
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, ig41
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 51
ANSWER TO HITLER
While fifth columnists, Nazi-bundists and
other would-be American fascists continue their
hate-spewing propagandizing, the state of Flor-
ida on January 22 will call nation-wide atten-
tion to the contribution of one distinguished
Jew to his neighbors.
Under the auspices of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy, a monument will be un-
veiled at Sarasota, Fla., in honor of Judah P.
Benjamin, a framer of the Louisiana state con-
stitution, U. S. senator and holder of three Con-
federate cabinet offices who fled through Flor-
ida after the fall of Richmond.
The monument will mark the spot where
Benjamin narrowly escaped capture by pur-
suing Union troops and set sail for the safety of
foreign shores after fleeing down the coast of
Florida.
It was at the Gamble mansion near Braden-
ton that Benjamin found temporary refuge until
arrangements could be made for him to sail
from Sarasota to Bimini, then Cuba and finally
England. The mansion has stood as a memor-
ial to him since 1926, maintained by state
funds and the U. D. C.
In the face of well-organized anti-Semitic
propaganda seeking to set American against
American in the hope of impairing our na-
tional defense program, the contributions of the
various groups of our nation to the general
welfare are often lost.
While Hitlerites spew lies that tend to arouse
anti-Jewish passions, the deeds of men like
Leon Ehrlich, discoverer of salvarsan for the
treatment of syphilis, Haym Salomon, who
raised funds for General George Washington
when all other hope for the American revolu-
tionary cause had failed, and Benjamin often
are forgotten.
Florida, through the United Daughters of
the Confederacy, does well to build this monu-
ment to Judah P. Benjamin at this timefor it
will stand as a guidepost and reminder that
this nation is still the pillar of freedom and
tolerance.
It is the Souths personal challenge to Na-
zism and hate.
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
MIAMI
Zionist
By Louis Heiman, Pret.
TROPICAL
TO OPEN SEASON
FOR 21-JW MEET
.CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
aid Brady as assistant to the j
I n iident; Walter H. Donovan as'
resident manager, and Herbert
Bayard Swope as chairman of,
the board of d.rectors. Assoc-
d Mr. Swope, who is al- ]
.-- chairman of the New York:
State Racing Commission, on the j
board are, Charles A. and Gurnee
Munn. James Donn. Stephan
(Laddie i Sanford. George W.
Langford. A. Charies Schwartz, !
Francis M. Barker. Henry L. <
Straus and William Rhinelander ;
Stewart.
These men. literally working:
day and night for the last three
months, have achieved many of
their goals of improvements
scheduled at Tropical Park. Chief
of these is the new | i n-air
walking ring and paddock on
the rear lawns, a notable addi-
tion of beauty and efficiency for
this spacious area. Also, a new
winners circle has been con-
structed assuring eacy visibility
of this important post from both
the clubhouse and grandstand
sectors.' The clubhouse and
grandstand have been renovated
and redecorated, and throughout
the plant greater beautification!
has been achieved by addition of
tropical shrubs, flowers and
plants.
The new management also has
looked well to its racing division
and has employed a widely-
known staff of officials in each
department. This staff includes,
Tom Thorp and Samuel C. Nuck-
ols as stewards; A. J. (Jack)
Cleary as steward representing
the Florida State Racing Com-
mission; Robert S. (Bob) Shelley
as racing secretary and handi-
capper, F. P, Dunne as assistant
racing secretary; James P.' Ross,
Jr., as entry clerk and clerk of
scales; Thomas A. Steele, Wm.
R. Dahlstrom and Dunn as judges;
George R. (Buddy) Wingfield as
starter; George Read as paddock
judge; Albert H. Nun as timer;
William A. (Dad) Myer as track
superintendent; Dr. A. T. Knowles
as veterinarian, and Henry C.
Collins as general superintendent;
R. P. McAuliffe and James But-
well as patrol judges.
LOCAL YOUTHS ELECTED TO
STATE UNIVERSITY OFFICES
GESTAPO AGENTS
At the semi-annual elections
r.f the Tau Alpha Chapter of Tau
n Phi at the University of
Ft r:da. Gerald Klein was elect-
ed bursar for the third consecu-
tive semester and Leonard Glass-
< r. both if Miami Beach, was
elected scribe. Others elected
were Nat Mostow of Washington.
D. C. chancellor, and Howard
Carasik. Jacksonville, vice-chan-
cellor.
VEGETARIAN AND DAIRY
RESTAURANT HAS OPENING
Believing that there is a defin-
ite need here for a different Veg-
etarian and Dairy Restaurant. J.
Sobel has planned and completed
'Sobel's." modern Vegetarian and
Dairy Restaurant located at Sev-,
enth Street on Miami Beach.
Mr. Sobel. known as Joe" to
his thousands of acquaintances
and friends, announced the op-
ening of his elaborate food em-.
ponum last Thursday. Serving
the public 24 hours daily, it
boasts of Sobel management with
a background of more than 35
years in the restaurant business.
The best foods obtainable in a
delightfully prepared manner at
popular prices is featured with
reads and pastries baken in
their own bakery located on the
second floor. The food estab-
lishment seating more than 300
people is completely air-condi-
tionad and has continuous music
by Muzak.
Mr. Sobel. a visitor to Miami
Beach for a long time, decided a
number of years ago to become a I
permanent resident and is the
proprietor of the Kenmore Hotel
on the Beach. With an invest- J
ment of more than $100,000 here,
Mr. Sobel has recently complet-1
ed the 70-room Avalon Hotel, on i
the Ocean at Seventh St. Hav- ]
ing owned some 185 restaurants in
New York. Mr. Sobel stated that
this new place is the finest of I
them all, and looks forward to an
unusually prosperous season.
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
JEWS CROWD SYNAGOGUE,
THANKFUL FOR VICTORIES
Moscow (WNS)Thousands of
Russian Jews, including large
numbers of soldiers, flocked to
the main synagogue in Moscow
to give thanks for the great vic-
tories of the Red Army, which
has destroyed the Nazi forces at-
tacking Moscow and routed Nazi
troops on all other fronts. The
demonstration was the largest in
Moscow in many years.
Special prayers were chanted
for Jewish soldiers who fell in
defending Moscow from the Nazi
hordes. Included among the wor-
shippers were many Polish Jews,
released recently from exile, now
enrolled in the Polish Army.
OFFICES OF
JEWS IN REICH
Zurich (WNS)Adolf Hitler's
declaration of war against the
United States was the signal for
Nazi Gestapo agents to raid the
offices of Jewish institutions in
Berlin. Vienna. Prague. Warsaw
and Lodz, it was reported here.
The Gestapo agents questioned
Jewish leaders and seized all cor-
respondence. No arrests were re-
ported.
The Gestapo agents examined
Jewish leaders with particular
reference to their contacts and
correspondence with American
Jewish organizations. The Nazi
declaration of war against the
United States spread panic among
the Jews in the occupied coun-
tries.
Nazi leaders in Poland. Czecho-
slovakia and Yugoslavia had re-
peatedly warned the Jewish pop-
ulation of these countries that all
Jews would be killed if the Unit-
ed States went to war against
Germany. All Jews became sus-
pects immediately as "pro-Amer-
can saboteurs."
In his war declaration Hitler
heaped violent abuse on President
Roosevelt and the Jews of Amer-
ica. After recounting the alleged
crimes committed by America
against a patient, blameless Ger-
many, the Nazi fuehrer said:
"We know, of course, that the
eternal Jew is behind all this
Roosevelt himself may not real-
ize it. but then that only shows
his own limitations. Indeed, we
all know the intention of the
Jews to rule all civilized states in
Europe and America. We know
this is a time when for nations it
is the question of to be or not
to be.'"
At another point Hitler com-
pared the Nazi regime in Ger-
many to that of President Roose-
velt in America, saying: "In five
years it has been possible in Ger-
many to find work for every one.
During the same period in Amer-
ica Roosevelt has succeeded in
undermining American economy,
in devaluating the dollar and in
keeping up the figure of unem-
ployed. Jews, of course, have
flourished."
It was believed likely here that
the Marshal Petain regime will
shortly "freeze" all Jewish bank
accounts in unoccupied France.
Jews still retaining some money
will be made subject to greatly
increased taxation. Leaders of the
anti-Semitic party have renewed
demands that the Jews be com-
pelled to pay reparations.
For the Duration
With the anti-Semitic talk
about Jews not doing their share
in the emergency, several points
are worth noting The chief air
raid warden for District 8. Dade
County, comprising Miami Beach
and Surfside. is a Jew. and a
member of B'nai B'rith as well.
The Beach Defense council in
the American Legion is under
the direction of a Jewish woman,
and the first five women to vol-
unteer as her assistants were
Jewish ... Of nine precinct
captains who thus far have vol-
unteered their services to the
chief air warden three are Jews.
Also, scores of Jewish citizens
have flooded the offices of the
chief air raid warden to offer
their services All of them,
by the way. have agreed to serve
for the duration.
Let Us Face Realities
So the war will solve every*
thing? ... So all Jewish prob-
lems will disappear, including
that of anti-Semitism? That
seems to be the short-sighted
view of some people Cer-
tainly, if wishful thinking could
make things come to pass. Yid-
dishe tsoros would have gone
with the wind a long time ago .
And perhaps Jews should not be
blamed for cherishing illusions .
. But realities must be faced .
The following incident took place
after we entered the war:
A salesman for a large whole-
sale concern entered a local es-
tablishment ... He attempted to
sell his product to the proprietor,
who happens to be Jewish but
doesn't look like Jews are sup-
posed to look The salesman
found himself unable to make a
sale So, thinking he was
speaking to a non-Jew, he trotted
out that old ace in the hole, the
Jewish issue. "You know." he
said. "We're the only Gentile con-
cern in this business, and that
means something in these days."
No. unfortunately, certain prob-
lems have not ended even after
the call for unity by our presi-
dent And long-range educa-
tional programs, such as those
of the ADL. will be intensified,
rather than diminished during the
conflict Hopefully, then, we
will be in a better position to
cushion the intolerance and bi-
gotries of the post-war period.
Lies Are Like Checks
Lies are like checks. The day
comes when they must be pre-
sented for payment For a long
time the fib has been circulated
that Mark Twain, the famous
American humorist, harbored an-
ti-Semitic sentiments Since
coming to Miami, anonymous
"friends" have sent us several
times a leaflet entitled "Jew
Persecution a Business Passion,"
an alleged "suppressed analysis"
of Twain's writings against the
Jews.
Well, we never have been able
to locate any of the articles to
which reference has been made
by the hate-mongers And we
have examined quite a number
of authorized editions of Mark
Twain's writings The other
day we did come across some-
thing which gives the lie to the
?r \ II is a Passage in one
of Twain s sketches worth quot-
Beginning Sunday, December
21st. Flag Week will be observed
in Greater Miami, during which
period all Zionist groups in this
area will participate in the sale
of Jewish Flags, the proceeds of
which are for the benefit of the
Jewish National Fund to pur-
chase land in Palestine. Did you
notice that I stated that "all Zi-
onist groups" will participate?
That brings to mind one of the
weak objections sometimes raised
to the Zionist cause. The ob-
jectors tell us that there are too
many groups in the Zionist move-
ment. Is this objection well
founded? The answer is "no!"
In the first place, although the
different Zionist groups have var-
ious approaches as to how the
ideals of the Zionist movement
shall be realized, we are all
working toward the same common
goalthe establishment of Pal-
estine as a Homeland for the
Jewish people, and its upbuilding
as a religious, cultural and econ-
omic center for our race. We
seek Palestine as a Homeland,
not by sufferance, but as of right.
In the second place, should we
Zionists adopt the methods of
I the dictators? Should we, fight-
, ing for the preservation of the
J Jewish race, stoop to the ways of
; Hitler and Mussolini? They tell
, the world, and their people in
' particular, that everyone shall be
1 compelled to think and act alike,
, and they aspire to be the dictators
i of how the world shall think and
act. Why are we engaging in this
World War II? Is it not to safe-
guard the democratic way of life?
We Zionists must, therefore, per-
mit freedom of thought and
action on the part of our groups
with reference to details so long
as they agree on the general prin-
ciples. All Zionist groups agree
on the general principles.
Friday night. December 26th.
1941 (during Flag Week) will be
observed in each of our Congre-
gations in Greater Miami as Zi-
onist night, when each of our
Rabbis will preach a sermon on
the Zionist movement. Attend
your congregation that night and
hear why you should support the
Zionist cause.
ing: "If the statistics are right,
the Jews constitute one percent
of the human race ... It suggests
a nebulous dim puff of star-dust
lost in the blaze of the Milky
Way Properly the Jew ought
hardly to be heard of: but he is
heard of. has always been heard
of.
His contributions to the world's
list of great names in literature,
science, art. music, finance, medi-
cine, abstruse learning, are also
way out of proportion to the small
of his bulk The Jew is now
what he always was. exhibiting
no decadence, no infirmities of
age. no weakening of his parts,
no slowing of his energies, no
dulling of his alert progressive
mind.
All things are mortal but the
Jew: all other forces pass, but he
remains."
Are these the words of an anti-
Semite of a philo-Semite?
Gut Shabbos!
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath Chanuka services, Fri-
day at 8 p. m.
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m.
Temple Emanu-el Youth Club,
Sunday at 11:30 a. m.
Chanuka program and party.
Sunday at 3 p. m. Parents, mem-
bers and friends of the Religious
School and Temple are inlvited.
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


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
187 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
(S96 Indian Creek Drive 6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Temple Calendar
Chanuka Sabbath Service Fri-
day evening, December 19th, at
8:15 o'clock. Annual service of
welcome and reception tendered
in honor of new members.
The Chanuka service of wel-
come will be conducted with the
participation of Dr. Frank Coret,
president of the Congregation;
Leonard Epstein, chairman of
membership; Mrs. J. Gerald Lew-
is, president of the Sisterhood;
Harry Boyell, president of the
Men's Club, and Melvin Green,
president of the Temple Israel
Youth Group. Rabbi Zwitman
will deliver the Chanuka mes-
sage, "In Those Days, at This
Timei" A reception, under Sis-
terhood sponsorship, will follow
the services, at which the new
members and their families will
be guests of honor.
Sabbath morning services Dec.
20th. at 11 o'clock.
Sunday morning, Dec. 21. Re-
ligious School at 10 o'clock; Chan-
uka play at 10:30 o'clock.
Monday morning, Sisterhood
Braille class at 10 o'clock.
Tuesday, Red Cross sewing all
day.
Wednesday, Temple Israel Ba-
zaar sewing group all day. Red
Cross sewing, all day under Sis-
terhood sponsorship, with Mrs.
Samuel Katz as chairman.
Congratulations
Heartiest congratulations are
extended to members of our Tem-
ple, in whose joy we rejoice. We
extend congratulations to Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Wall upon the
occasion of the birth of their
grandson; to Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Lefkowitz upon the occasion of
the birth of their daughter, Paul-
ine June.
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 evening,
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Irving
Schaechter, father of Mrs. Melvin
J. Richard; Herman Whitelow.
father of Mrs. Milton E. Stern-
berg and Mrs. Samuel C. Brophy;
Jerold Elmer Wise, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Allador Wise; Isadore
Lipton, father of Joseph M. Lip-
Jos. A. Richter; Barney New-
man, husband of Mrs HatUe
Newman and father of Myron M
Sani Bernard Finkelstcin
father of Mrs. Maurice Finkel-
B. W. Slote; Ceha Simons, sister
of Harry V. Simons; Louis Louis,
Kr ",bhand 0fMrs; Rose Louis and
^ Khc.-of.Mrs- Lcona Lovin: Jo-
r?J^M,Sky- Iather of Norman
Mirsky, Mrs. Gordon Davis and
Mrs. Louis H. Davis; Lillian Co-
hen, daughter of Mrs. Emma Mey-
er and sister of Sidney Meyer-
JJora Hammer, grandmother of
Mrs A M. Wise; Frederick
frank, father of Mrs. S. Merson;
oauilnc Feldstein, sister of Mrs
b Merson; Esther Zeientz, mother
of Louis Zeientz; Louis Nevins,
father of Harry Nevins.
The floral offering of last week
was presented by Mrs. Arthur
Treister in memory of her moth-
er.
Jew Isl)Fkxid Ian
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
'415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Sabbath Chanuka Services
On Friday evening, December
19th at 8 p. m. Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion will lecture on the Chanuka
subject. "Kindly Lights and Sear-
ing Flames." In observance of
National Sisterhood Sabbath the
following representatives of our
Sisterhood will participate in the
services : Mcsdames Helen
Schoenfeld, Ben Marbach, Meyer
Berman and Leon Spitz. The
Sisterhood will tender a Chanuka
reception to the community.
Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will of-
ficiate with the Center choir as-
sisted by Miss Edith Freeman.
On Saturday morning Rabbi Ben-
sion will preach on the Scriptur-
al Lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Bloch will be hosts at the
Oneg Sabbath at 4 o'clock. Mr.
Gershon will teach Prophetic
texts at 3:30 p. m. Children are
urged to attend at 10:30 a. m.
Welcome New Board Members
The following new members
have been added to the Building
committee and to the Board of
Governors of the Center, Hyman
Berman. David Miller, Walter
mm
Announcing.
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MOSES MESCHELOFF. Eabbl
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHE8, Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21et Terrace
Friday Night Forum
"Our Chanuka" will be this
Friday night's theme by Rabbi
Mescheloff. Cantor Mamches
will sing a number of Chanuka
songs and lead in the communal
singing. Everyone is cordially
invited.
"Strange Land" will be the
subject of our Rabbi's sermon
this Saturday, Rosh Chodesh Tei-
veiss.
Morton Rosenbaum will deli-
ver the sermonette at the Junior
Congregation services.
We are very pleased with the
rapid growth of our Junior Con-
gregation under the leadership
of Mr. A. Loskove. Send your
children each Saturday. Drop in
and watch their service. You
and they will be thrilled. Our
Sisterhood serves refreshments
to all children.
A youth study group meets
Saturday afternoons at 4 p. m.;
our young people join in the
Shalosh S'oodoss refreshments
and songs.
Minnionaires
Our Minnionaire services held
each Sunday at 8:45 a. m. have
grown in attendance each week.
We are happy to find children
from every part of our commun-
ity joining this service for boys
over 13. A communal breakfast
is served by the Sisterhood.
Sisterhood Helpi Talmud Torah
Part of the order of new desks,
tables and kindergarten chairs
has already arrived to take care
of the needs of our growing
school. We express our thanks
to the Sisterhood for their con-
stant helpfulness.
Mrs. S. Steinberg, Mrs. F. Kal-
stein and Mrs. E. Decky are to be
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Jacobs, Paul Grossinger. Hyman
Berman has generously donated
the sum of one thousand dollars
to the Building Fund.
Chanuka Patriotic Demonstration
Joseph A. Berman, Superinten-
dent of the Religious School, an-
nounces that the Chanuka School
Entertainment on Sunday after-
noon, December 21st.at 3 o'clock,
will assume the character of a
Patriotic demonstration to evince
the loyalty of the Jewish youth
to the spirit of America. All men,
women and children are cordially
invited. A stirring play and an
elaborate programme will be
featured.
Sisterhood Presents Chanuka
Gift to Center
The Chanuka Sisterhood Gen-
eral Membership meeting fea-
tured the presentation of a Chan-
uka gift of five hundred dollars
to the Center on behalf of the
Sisterhood by the president, Mrs.
Helen Schoenfeld. Mrs. Ben
Marbach presided over an inter-
esting program in which Mcs-
dames Joseph M. Rose, Ella Dia-
mond, J. Hirsch and Miss Mae
Sussman participated. Captain
Stephen de Szabo, famous travel-
ler, soldier and lecturer, spoke
and Mme. Josef S. Lengyel ren-
dered Chanuka renditions.
Jewish Center League Elects
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Social League elected the fol-
lowing officers at its recent meet-
ing: Irving Goodstein, president:
Josephine Saundcrs, vice presi-
dent; Shirley Schwartz, and
Gwen Amsterdam, secretaries;
and Helen Rutter and Sally
Good, treasurers.
The League is collecting hun-
dreds of records to be sent to the
boys in the various military
camps and would appreciate re-
ceiving donations of new records
at any time.
The Week's Schedule
The current week's schedule at
the Center includes the follow-
ing classes, groups and organiza-
tions; Sunday, Sunday school,
Art classes for adults at 1 p. m.
Art for children at 1:30 p. m.
A. Z. A. and Center Social Lea-
gue at 8 p. m. and the Religious
School Play at 3 p. m. On Mon-
day we have Hadassah knitting
group, Sisterhood Social, First
Aid class, Hadassah Professional
group and College of Jewish
Studies. On Tuesday the De-
borah Chapter, Choir and Ver-
band. On Wednesday, Red Cross
knitting. School chorus, Girl
Scouts, College of Jewish Studies
and Little Theatre group. On
Thursdays, girl scouts, Young Ju-
daea, choir, college of Jewish
Studies and Center Co-Eds; Fri-
day, drama rehearsal, mincna
services, sunset services and For-
um song services
Dr. Press's Jewish History Class
Dr. Carl Press, Ph.D Univer-
sity of Berlin offers a most inter-
esting and popular class in Jew-
ish history on Thursday evenings
at the Center. The course is open
to all men and women. .
Sisterhood Monday Night Socials
On each Monday evening the
Sisterhood is tendering a social
to the general community, both
men and women. Admission is
free and all are welcome.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN
ii m 8. w. Jih st. Phone 3-8172
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KEIX.NER, Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.EK, Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
Late Friday Evening Services
8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will
conduct the services: Cantor
Henry Marbein assisted by a
mixed choir will chant. Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the subject,
"No Blackout for America!" In
observance of Chanuka. Mrs.
Henry Marbein will be heard in a
solo Hallelujah-by Mozart. An
Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium
immediately after the services
arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, in honor of their
daughter, Sara Rose's birthday.
Bar Mitzvah
During the services this Sat-
urday morning, Jerome, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rauzin
will become Bar-Mitzvah. Mr.
and Mrs. Rauzin extend a cordial
invitation to all worshippers to
attend the reception which will
follow immediately after the ser-
vices.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Pro Patria
In the trying hour of our na-
tion's destiny, no one can exempt
himself from doing his share to-
wards the safety of our national
existence. Of the many ways
through which one may serve
his country the Blood Bank of
Dade County offers an effective
means, whereby everyone active-
ly may assist the fighting forces
who sacrifice their lives so that
America may live.
Friday Evening Forum
On Friday, Dec. 19th at 8:30
p. m. the weekly Friday Evening
Forum will begin. A most cord-
ial invitation is extended to all
to attend. Rabbi Abraham A.
Kcllner will speak on "False
Heroes" and will answer the al-
legations in the article of the
Saturday Evening Post, entitled
"Red, White and Blue Herring."
Cantor J. Malek and the school
choir will render appropriate
musical selections.
Talmud Torah
Due to school holidays, classes
in the Talmud Torah will be
held during the mornings for the
next two weeks, beginning at
8:30 a. m.
Ladies Auxiliary
The next meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held on Tues-
day, Dec. 23rd at 2:30 p. m. We
take this means of thanking the
Ladies of the Auxiliary for the
much needed water fountain in
the Talmud Torah.
Mazel Tov
We arc happy to extend sin-
cere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr.
and Mrs. David Rifas as well as
to their parents, on the birth of
their little girl, who will be
named in the Synagogue at Ser-
vices this Shabbos morning.
The Congregation congratu-
lates Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosen
and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B.
Maer on their births of their
daughters. May the happy par-
ents live to see their offspring
grow into happy and healthy
Jewish womenhood.
Jewish Federation Campaign
Starts January 18th
THE MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
now affords you the opportunity of securing family plots
in our beautiful
Mount Ncbo Cemetery
located in the Flagler Memorial Park in the heart of Miami,
West FJagler Street at 54th Avenue.
Graves or Family Plots may be purchased on conven-
ient terms and at exceptionally low prices. Buy now and
get the benefit of the low price and choicest location.
You owe it to yourself and family not to defer such a
serious matter to the distressing moment of actual need.
Why add to their grief and anxiety and expose them to the
danger of unscrupulous demands?
Our Cemetery provides perpetual care. Your first
cost is your last cost. There are no extra charges.
Get in Touch With Our OfficeNOW!
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CONGREGATION
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thanked for their work in pre-
paring the Chanuka costumes for
our Chanuka entertainment.
School Chanuka Entertainment
Our Religious School presents
its annual Chanuka entertain-
ment this Sunday at 7 p. m.
Every child and adult is cor-
dially invited. There is no ad-
mission charge. Children will
be given refreshments.
Two plays, candle drills, songs,
recitations and a Glee Club pro-
gram will be presented. Over
seventy children are expected to
participate.
Our Parent-Teachers Associa-
tion will hold an open meeting
during "scene shifting."
Habanoth Function
The Miami Beach Habanoth
will present its annual Chanuka
affair at the Park Central Hotel
this Saturday night at 8 p. m. A
beautiful program has been pre-
pared. Refreshments will be
served. The nationally famous
whistler. S. Cook, will entertain.
The Maccabeans will be hon-
ored guests of the evening.
Habanoth and Maccabeans
Both of these youth groups
meet regularly at our synagogue
each Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. They
welcome pledgees. They enjoy
a social hour after the
Streamlined Lecture
This Tuesday night Louis Hci-
rr.an will address the joint as-
sembly on the subject of "Eternal-
ly Palest::
Young Judeans
Both Young Judean
I Thursday at 7:15 p. m. B' j -
and g:ris between the ages of 10
15 an ..... ..-. one <>r the
other group.
Scouts
Girl Scout troop is in process
i :' formation unaYr the leadership
of Mrs. Evelyn Decky. Every
the ages :' 12 and
15 :.- inviu d to come 1 pell-
eting to !. hi I this Wed-'
nesday at 7 p
Our Boy Scouts meet Wednes- '
day vening at 7:30 p. m. under
the adership of Jack Waters.
Mizrachi Meeting
The Miami Beacr. Mizrachi will
hold its regular monthly meeting
at the Beth Jacob synagogue
this Saturday night at 8 p. m.
Mordecai Nadler. national trea-
surer of the Mizrachi Organiza-
tion of America will be the guest
speaker.
Mrs. E. Epstein will give a re-
port on the recent national Con-
vention of the Mizrachi Women's
organization held in Chicago.
A musical Chanuka program
will also be presented. The pub-
lic is welcome.
Red Cross
A Red Cross sewing unit be-
gins meeting daily at our syna-
gogue this Monday. All women
interested in helping, apply at
our office. We can use 6 more
sewing machines. Can you loan
us yours?
CONGREGATION
BETH D A V I
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5|
Sunday School
A Chanuka play, written and
directed by Miss Miriam Wein-
traub. will be enacted during the
assembly this Sunday morning at
11:30. Taking part in this play
will be: Bernard and Sidney
Dickson. Estelle Greenberg. Mar-
jorie Miller. Marjorie Roberts.
Freddie Scher. Jerry Shulman,
Meyer Sherman and Leon Segal.
Members and friends are wel-
come.
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 constituent agency and our Tal-
mud Torah is a participating
agency of the Federation.
Cultural Group
Group of Jewish studies for
adults will hold its cultural meet-
ing, Monday evening. December
29th at 7:30 p. m. "Kohol" group,
a course in elementary and con-
versational Hebrew by Louis
Gadon. and one in Hebraic civi-
lization will be conducted by Rab-
bi Max Shapiro.
Home Studies Group
Members and friends of Beth
David who desire to form in-
formal "Cultural Group" at. dif-
ferent homes for purpose of dis-
cussion, are advised that the Rab-
bi will be more than happy to
start such groups if contacted.
The initiative must be taken by
the individual to form such
groups.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten whose
names are inscribed in our Mem-
orial Bock of Life, will be ob-
served this month of "Tebeth".
The Anniversary Candle is lit the
evening before the English date'
mentioned, and the kaddish be-
gins the same evening, until sun-
set of the day mentioned:
Channa Devorah. mother of
Mrs. Ida Hammer, December 21st:
Eliyohu. father of Morris and
Samuel Ehrlich. December 22nd;
Molkah Leah, mother of Meyer
and Sidney Rauzin, December
31st; Eliyohu, father of Mrs. Da-
vid Mayer, December 31st; Avro-
hom, brother of J. Seigel. Jan-
uary 1st; Lora Kort. sister of
Helen Panak. January 2nd; Yish-
ayohu, father of Morris Bain.
January 3rd; Yaakov. father of
H. L. Green. January. 3rd; Ester
Teoh. mother of Mrs. Louis Wein-
kle, January 5th; Moshe Volf, fa-
ther of S. B. Schlessinger. Jan-
uary 8th; Shmuel. father of Mrs.
Julian Kurlander. January 8th;
Shayna Raysa. mother of Louis
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Sisterhood Bulletin
Chanuka will be observed in
traditional Jewish manner by the
Beth David Sisterhood this Sun-
day evening at 8 p. m. at the
Beth David auditorium. Mrs.
Minnie Engler, chairman, will
make plenty of delicious latkes.
cards, mah jongg and bingo will
be played, and a fine program
will be enjoyed. Come with your
friends, and enjoy a real Chanuka
celebration. Serving with Mrs.
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B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By Milton A. Friedman
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PAGE SEVEN
At the time you read this ar-
ticle I hope all reservations for
the installation banquet will have
been taken. At this moment of
writing reservations are being
taken up very rapidly. If you
have not as yet put in your reser-
vation call Sam Silver or the
Bnai Brith office or myself im-
mediately. This banquet will be
the most outstanding in the long
history of our Lodge. Every-
thing about it will be different
with one exception. That ex-
ception is that the food will be
excellent. The doors to the dining
room will be opened at 7 p. m. a
definite improvement over pre-
vious years. Speakers will be
limited in number and length of
address. No one except the main
speaker will be permitted to

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speak for longer than five min-
utes. The policy this year will
be, the shorter the better. Reser-
vations will be limited in num-
ber so first come best seats.
After dinner there will be dan-
cing in the ballroom. Or for
those who so desire, and there
should be plenty of Ben Briths
that should come, you may go
after the banquet, to the Alcazar
Hotel and attend the AZA Sweet-
heart dance.
The main attraction at the ban-
quet of course wili be our dis-
tinguished guest speaker. Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, the world's
foremost Jewish orator. The de-
legates who attended the Roan-
oke Dist. convention are still
talking about the wonderful ad-
dress made by Dr. Sachar. He is
one of the outstanding men of
this day. He has written books,
is a professor at the U. of Illin-
ois, was the organizer and pre-
sent directing genius of the Hil-
lel Foundations throughout this
country, and is well known in
countless other Jewish endeavors.
Don't miss this marvelous op-
portunity to hear him.
So don't forget, you have a
date for 7 p. m., Sunday, Dec.
21st, at the Evans Hotel. Send
in your reservation "immediat-
ely if not sooner."
Our membership is still in-
creasing at a satisfactory rate.
At the last meeting quite a num-
ber of applications were voted
upon. However, we still want to
keep the ball rolling so tell your
friends to join up.
Brother Herbert Milncr of the
anti-defamation office made a
very interesting report at our
past meeting relative to the scope
of the work of the A. D. L.
throughout this country has sent
out 25,000 speakers who were
heard by seven and one half mil-
lion people. More than 12,000,000
pamphlets have been distributed.
90,000 individuals were investi-
gated for suspicious conduct
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ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES
IN OUR DAYLIGHT BAKERY
The New Rendezvous for Late Snack Lovers
Enjoy a Dinner Served as You Have Always
Wanted It, In a Truly Beautiful Setting
Modern Vegetarian and Dairy Restaurant
at the CORNER OF COLLINS AVENUE AND SEVENTH STREET
? MIAMI BEACH ?
. v ,nement of Joe Sobel-Proprietor of the New Avalon Hotel
Frr t zzZcL.*. p. -- ocean
lOPEN DAY AND NIGHT|
more than 50,000 names were sent
to the F. B. I. for their files.
These are coming in handy today
in combatting fifth column activ-
ities. In Miami the other day 10
men were picked up by the F.
B. I. as enemies of this country.
The information on half of them
came from the files of the local
ADL office.
My column is up so will close
until next week. See you at the
banquet Sunday night.
ST. REGIS RESTAURANT WILL
RE-OPEN AT BEACH TODAY
The St. Regis Restaurant, lo-
cated at 446 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, will re-open for its elev-
enth consecutive season of ser-
vice to the public, Friday, De-
cember 19th. The restaurant
having an established reputation
for cuisine and service is
equipped to provide the finest of
American Jewish foods to suit
even the most discriminating of
tastes. For ten years it has been
under the same Louis Sherry
management.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MELROSE
BEAUTY SALON
3400 N. W. 27th Ave.
Ph. 2-0336
Rhode Vacuum Cleaner Co.
Authorized Sales & Service Aeenta
for Eureka and Premier Duplex
CleanersParts and Supplies. Re-
built cleaners of all makes in slock.
1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-7838
M. KLEINER
**=n
FHA MORTGAGES
UP TO 25 YEARS
BUILD
I YOUR HOME
NOW
nun t BIILD1NQ
MATERIALS ABE
Mill AVAILABLE
Construction Loom
Refinancing
American Bank
and Trust Co.
ALBERT E. BERKELEY
Mort|>(< UM Offitr
139 H. E. 1st St. Phon. 3-4616
Member Federal Pepoil In'- Corp
Florida
ma/
Snshiie Struct is
wan, friendly ...
dependable. Oir or-
-Srouizatioa
ha: over two
^lioisaid mea-
lier, eager to serve
you. Call on is any
line.


PAGE EIGHT
*Jen1st) ncrkUan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
"Y" In Defense
The Y. M. H. A. entertained a
contingent of 25 sailors and of-
ficers from the Steamship "Em-
pire State" last Monday night. A
basketball game was held with
our junior team and the sailors
resulting in a victory for our
team. A delicious supper was
served to the officers and enlist-
ed men.
This is just another instance of
the work that the Y is doing for
the enlisted men.
Sam Greenstein and Milton
Weintraub. members of the Jun-
ior division, went to the service
some time ago and are stationed
at Fort Bragg. North Carolina.
They were welcome visitors at
SEASON'S GREETINGS
R. E. LOWRY
ELECTRIC CO.
PHONE 4-1601
114 CORAL WAY
the Y last week.
Melvin Schaefer, son of Joe and
Essie Schaefer, and a prominent
member of the Junior division,
enlisted last week in the army
and is now stationed at Camp
Blanding. Melvin was the re-
cipient of a nice gift from the
Y. M. H. A. upon his departure.
Many women of the Y. W. H. A.
have enlisted their services in the
Dade County Home Defense
Council in many capacities. As
soon as the survey is made, the
names of these women, who are
helping their country, will be
published.
Plans are under way to hold
a dance for enlisted men at the Y
under the sponsorship of the Ar-
my and Navy committee on Sat-
urday. December 27th. More de-
tails later.
Y Defeats Graham Dairy 58 to 32
Before a large crowd at the Mi-
ami High gymnasium last Tues-
day night, our Y basketball team,
capatined by Lefty Schemer,
trounced a hard fighting team
from the Graham Dairy to win
their third consecutive game in
the City League. The Y is one of
the few undefeated basketball
teams in the city today.
Schwartxs Defeat Reismans
Captained by your scribe, the
Schwartzs defeated the Reismans
in three close games to remain in
We Are Pleased to Announce
That the Municipal Bonds Business
of Our Company will from This
Date be Carried on by Our Present
Organization in the Newly Estab-
lished office of
B. J. VAN INGEN &. CO., Inc.
Alfred I. DuPont Building
Miami. Florida
under the direction of
ROBERT H. COOK. Vice-President
ROBERT H. COOK
INCORPORATED
Miami. Florida. Dec. 1. 1941
GREETINGS
BROWN'S GARAGE
General RepairsWelding
Motor Tune-UpMachine Shop
213 S. Dixie Highway
C. BROWN. Owner
PHONE 4-9432
CHANUKA GREETINGS
B. W. THACKER
Adding Machines and Type-
writers Sold, Rented. Repaired
Exchanged. Ask about our
Rental Purchase Contract.
PHONE 2-0115
123 N. E. 1st Street
first place for the championship
of the Y duckpin league.
In a brother against brother
match, the Al Berkowitzs defeat-
ed the Abe Berkowitzs two out
of three games.
New Year's Eve Celebration
Al Berkowitz. chairman of the
New Year's Eve committee, an-
nounces that plans have been
completed for a gala celebration
on New Years Eve at the beauti-
ful Hotel Evans at Miami Beach.
Unlike previous years, supper
will be served in the dining room
and there will be no dancing or
entertainment in the dining room.
At the conclusion of the supper,
the guests will adjourn to the
dance hall and patio where a
Broadway show and dancing will
take place. A well known or-
chestra has been engaged for the
occasion. Reservations are lim-
ited and are priced at $3.50 per
person. If you want to be with
the Y crowd on New Year's Eve
and have a good time, call the Y
immediately for your reservation.
Home Camp Reunion Sunday
The Annual Chanuka Reunion
of the children of the Home Camp
will take place at the Y this
Sunday afternoon, December 21,
at 2 o'clock. All children between
the ages of 5 and 14 and those
who attended the Home Camp
are invited to attend. Games will
be played and refreshments will
be served Admission is free.
Cafeteria
We have been fortunate in se-
suring Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regal
to manage our food concession.
The Regals were formerly con-
nected with the Gloversville. N.
Y., Community Center in a sim-
ilar capacity. Members and
friends are urged to patronize
them.
B I S C A Y N E
TROPICAL
GARDENS
NURSERY
529 N. E. 107th Street
Nursery Address
10730 N. E. 6th Avenue
Nature can restore faith
lost in man. Nature goes on
forever building, revealing
the wonders of God's han-
diwork.
A large selection of shrubs,
vines, shade and fruit trees
to beautify your home.
PHONE 7-4088
CHANUKA GREETINGS
WINDOW CLEANING
Service of Florida
FLOOR WAXING A SPECIALTY
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
1665 Michigan Ave. Ph. 5-5907
MIAMI BEACH
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS.
REUBIN FEINBERG
Of Hie
FRED MARTIN
APARTMENTS
1610 Drexel Avenue
I the
NASSAU HOTEL
14*4 Colhnt Avenue
^G\JST BROS R^t
la the BEST
BEST WISHES Tip OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRi INS
J. M. Blow Title Co.
Seybold Bldg.
Ph. 2-6182
Chanuka Greetings
PHONES: 2-71712-3664
American Bedding and
Upholstering Co.
Manufacturer! of
MATTRESSES, BOX SPRINGS,
BTUDIO COUCHES
2630 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Fla.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
JENSEN'S TRAIL LIQUOR STORE
"A JENSEN STORE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD"
1723 S. W. 8th Street
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
CARTER ROCK and SAND CORP.
FRESH WATER ROCK AND SAND
FASTEST SERVICE OF ANYONE
4201 N. W. 27th Aye.
4194 N. W. 27th Ave.
Phone Order Dept.
7-6038 or 7-7480
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MANNING'S
FINEST AND LARGEST SEA FOOD DINNERS
IN THE WORLD
PHONE 2-9939
829 BISCAYNE BLVD.. MIAMI
A DAY when you felt tene,
jumpy, irritable?
A NIGHT when you were
wakeful and restless?
Over-taxed nerves are likely to
cause loss of friends, loss of sleep,
loss of pleasure, time missed from
work, family quarrels, physical
and mental suffering.
The next time you feel nervous,
try the soothing effect of one or
two Dr. Miles Effervescent Ner-
vine Tablets.
Try Dr. Miles Effervescent Ner-
vine Tablets for Sleeplessness due
to Nervousness, Nervous Irrita-
bility. Nervous Headache, Excit-
ability and Restlessness. Your
money back If you are not en-
tirely satisfied.
At 7=r Drag Star*
B-.ll P.rk... 1S
Uift I'Kim ^14
R~4 fall alractUna la parkas*.
OR MILES ft&WeiatfasMss*
'NERVINETABLETS
LOCAL FURRIER HAS BEEN
IN MIAMI FOR MANY YEARS
I. Rosengarton, furrier in Miami
for many years, and only South
Florida member of the American
Institute of Refrigeration, is lo-
cated at 118 S. Miami Ave. Cer-
tified storage vaults and expert
cleaning and relining methods
have made this establishment one
of the finest and well known in
this area. All furs stored are in-
sured for 100 per cent of their
value. New furs may also be
purchased here.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HOLLOPETER & POST
REALTORS
151 N. E. 3rd St. Ph. 3-7376
SEASONS GREETINGS
RODEO BAR
SEA FOOD
Special Steak Platter......$1.00
3488 Coral Way Ph. 4-9479
CHANUKA GREETINGS
CROSS DISPLAY
SERVICE
1321 S. W. 40th Avenue
Phone 4-2914 Coral Gables
CHANUKA GREETINGS
To My Many Customers and
Friends
JOHNNIE JO
Doughnut Shop
20 N. W. 14th St.
Ph. 3-4900
CHANUKA GREETINGS
To AM Our Jewish Friends
McAllister Florists
"Say It With Flowers
But Say It With Ours"
629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773
TO ALL
SEASONS GREETINGS
H. GEORGE FINK
ARCHITECT
2128 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
PHONE 4-5334
VISIT
BETTE WHITE
CORSETIERE STUDIO
420 Lincoln Road. Room 414
Mercantile Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Foundations Brassieres. Designed
to Individual Requirements
PHONE 5-0101
AUGUST STUDIO
of Interior Decorating
Exclusive Drapery Work &
Slip Covers Phone 5-1024
600 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach Florida
R. W. BROWN & CO.
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS
Southern Florida
Fertiliier Company
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertilizer
GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds. Florida
Phone: Homestead 5-4461
Offices: South Miami, Fla.
PHONE 43375
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GEORGE
EHLENBERGER
& CO.. INC.
150 N. E. 7th St., Miami. Florida
Sincere Chanuka Greetings
MIAMI BEACH
JITNEY CORP.
47 OCEAN DRIVE
PHONE 5-9676
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS IIGRKBY GIVEN thTT
the undersigned, desiring to eriK.-ie. i-
business under the fictitious nam 13
CHESTER'S RESTAURANT at cI
Collins Ave.. Miami Heath Fla in
tends to register the said nam!- 'with
the. Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. l or
EMIL BEN7.it i
11/21-28 12/5-12-19 "''.t.l.U
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nani* 3
CHAR-MOLE GOWN SHOPl'i: In
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of i>ad?
County. Florida.
CHARLES WEINSTFIV
ISAAC JOFFE wsrr
Attorney for Applicant
11/21-2S 12. r>-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to tsnn ln
business under the fictitious name J
FLAMINGO OOWN SWOPPE. Intend
I" register the said name with thi
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had,
County. Florida.
MOLLIE WEINSTEIN
ISAAC JOFFE "*asw
Attorney for Applicant
11/21-2S 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BARBIZON APT. HOTEL intend ti
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida. "
JACOB CHAVES
BENJAMIN CHAVES
LEON CHAVES
11/21-2S 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KI.AGI.Ell MEMORIAL GROFP AS-
SOCIATES' Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade Countv, Florida
ALFRED GOTTESMW
11/21-2S 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Robinson FRUIT SHIPPER,
Intends to register the said nam. with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
YALE GORDON
li 88 12'3-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1173,
Chapter No, 20*58, Laws "f Florida,
1941, will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, in and for Hade Coun-
tv. Florida, upmi 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 1332 Collins Avenue,
In the City of Miami Beach. Florida.
Thai the paities Interested in >aid
business elite! prise, are as follows
DAVID Gill.1>IN
ETHEL QOLDIN
11/21 12 '.".-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bualnesa under tin- fictitious name
..f SILVER SERVICE COMPANY
(not Inc.) intends to register the said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
MoE FEINGOLD
12 12-19-26 1/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TUDOR INN at SSI N. B. 2nd St.,
Miami. Florid.i. Intends to register the
mill name with the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
J. H. PENF1ELD
12/12-19-26 1/2-9
N
th.
in I
of '
Firs
ten
the
Dad
12 1
IOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to ng Ig*
USlneai under the fictitious name
"'KAX BREEZE HOTEL nl Ml
I St.. Miami Beach. Florida, fa-
to register the said nam- with
Clerk of the circuit Court of
Co inty, Florida.
D. ZAVON
L. ZAVON
2-19-20 1 2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RUBENSTEIN'S Intend to register
the s:,i,| name with the Clerk of the
1'ircuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE FARKAS
HELENA FARKAS
11/21-2S 12/3-12-19
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
ZISSENS BOWERY intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HY.VAN ZISSEN
LOUIS ZISSEN
CHARLES ZISSEN
M. I>. ZISSEN .,
DOROTHY ZISSEN
LILLIAN ZISSEN
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
11/21-2.X 12/3-12-19_______________
notice is hereby GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ELLIS IN WONDERLAND FIU'IT
SHIPPERS, located at 218 Eepanosj
Way. Miami Beach, intends to register
the sud name with the clerk of the
circuit Court of i>...!.- county. Flor-
Ida,
owned and Operated By
LEO .1 ELLIS
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
' bualnesa under the fictitious name or
LOU'S SERVICE STATION, located
at 22113 S W. Sth St..Miami, intend*
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. .,-..
LOUIS SPEC! OB
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY I8TH


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PAGE TWO •Jenitf fkrHSOr FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, jg^j Social Personals Clubs • • Organizations PERSONALS BAR MITZVAH ORGANIZATIONS RECEPTION MARRIAGES Mr and Mrs Martin Berkeley returned te their home in Hollywood. C^..:: — .i after visiting here ii the bouse guesti ::' tua brother and sister-in-law. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Albert Berkeley ar.i witfa his parents. Dr. ar.i Mrs B B Berkeley • • • Dr M. D Augustine on the active retired list :'. the U. S Army, returned to the Qty fr:rr. the "Walter Reed Hospital ar.d :? residing •*•:::-. bis —other. Mr? LAugus::r• • • Dr. AJexa-der Kuahner, sur. gl n. .-.".. >':;-:r.j :' siri::: na] ffices a: 42J Lir F.r-ad. Miami Beach Dr Km --; rra::.:v .? limited %  Boni ; int Surgery. • • • Mrs L M i and ghter of Sew York an visiting in Miami 5 the bouse guests :' Mr .ir.ri Mrs r Berk • • • Mr and Mrs Frank Grossman >f GainesviiiV E r an visiting in Miami Beat The Bar Miti :<:".".. son .:' Mr SefteU Miami served .a;: Sal arr.: Beach Jew i".:•.r.d:r.g were I rr.ar. cf New Y of Jerry: Mr. Mamber, Mr ar. Free rr.ar.. Mr. Robert Levins, well Irv.r. :'. Jerrv Sefand Mrs Murrv Beach, was :urday at the Miisb Centex G Mn Mary Hoffork. grar.drr.v-:; -r ar.i Mrs Oscar d Mrs Davis. Iff* in, Mrs and son. and LoBIRTHS Mr and Mrs Bennett R. Apple%  m:e the irirtr. of a ighter Sandra Lynn, Saturday D-c ; r;U: 13th at t.-.e Jackson Merc rial Hospital. • • • and Mn Kagan ana : _r.;; gnter M radar, er 15th at the P.. C-.r:ild Elmer Wise, aee 7 ; :: Mr and Mr. A: Wise, succumbed U : % %  short illness .."-:• %  ;;•• December 5tb H-. -^^ attended 1 : ral Way Elementary SCh 7~r.:7... -:7. : %  conducted by Rabbi C Iman A Zwitman and interment I k '•' % %  d 1 %  -. B d DM U ry Bea.:'_ ::a:; :Bi:a.-< Si6 ::-::— t: ••:-, -r.w --.'_-s • r S og a ; :: :? -:: — s t. --.--= ->s :ea Rant *:MIS:-: -*a;-ase :' %  H: S Ba • -:-• D>f :"i s E MU St =-:- Z-S2Z %  ni-i: ( a-: A a:-c-::' *B_E =*=S E • %  •.St 1-301 Lightfooted suede N AT U RALtZERS uear novelty tongues S 6 7 5 ^peir Although they re so new, and flattering, they retain the iamous no-slip no-gap, no-pinch teului e that has made N a t uralis e* Shoes iamous lor years. KI T TEN ... the lowheel softie pump comes in beige with brown. '7ANICE" is a dainty walled last pump in white. MIAMI STORE. BtT>GET SK Bl FOCRTH FL-OOR BEST WISHES :or c HAPPY CHANUKA S U T T O N JEWELRY CO. Successors to "Whaler's" THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5996 7R '-Aarrr. \esh..... ar.d F, S.-.-.v. c. ttet Miami •• til hold ti Chai oka i na rt this Satui nine in the auditorium at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Syr.agrgue Rare--. Joseph Rackovef Ccngregati-n Sr.aare: Tfcloh 01 Miami Beach, c-a.rrr.ar. will present the program :: g--es: stars Tr.e pr.veedi •. Air d.r.g ra.-.d ::' the Yeshiva • • • The new'.y crgar.ire-d Junior and Senior c h a:-1 e n c 1 Y .-ung Judaea celebrated ;--.:.y at a Char.uka party Tuesday evening at the Miami 5^:n Jevi C ter Tr.e program included Harnan Estelle Anker. Shirley Gerstem and Allan Wesun Harol i H • rm a w as re •; I e; I. d rrrgrarr. cha:rrr.ar. rs under the -rect. : : M..-_--. • Sarab an a Z 1 r. btman w ... I arty Tuesday ^^:.^^^^^ ]; %  :: ;•: a m at 10th Street. • • • Tr.e :: th Girts ol Miami Beacr. will -. Id their annual Chanuka fesuval Saturday a'. E m at the Park J^r-tra. Hotel Gue;:< : %  t will be the Maccabeans, boy^s a sf Both -:s a.re units .: the Beth Jacob Cor.^.". n and have as sponsors Mrs M Meschelotl ar.?.^:;5 F:-r^r;. G.:\^: g^li. and Ir-.-^-.g Genet, bc-ys. A 1Me. • it2 will be :r.a;:er cf ceremonies a.-.d the program will inelude Irrr.a Ede_-r.an. F. r-;-..%  : Sbeber, Louise Raphael, Evelyn K rr.ar. L-:rra:r.e Adler. Charlotte Frank. Carolyn Tanen. Rhoda Ziff ar.d Mr. S. Cook. In charge ci arrangementi are Florencc Genet, Jeanette Posner and Mn-iam Fell • • • A Sabbath Tea Saturday. Dexsnber SOtb at 2 p. m. will be St -^ored by the Miami Chapter :f Senior HrdriTfi at t.-.e home :: Mrs Harry Sirkin. 2644 Fla%  mingo Drive. -•!. arr.. Beach, celerrating the birthday cf Miss Henrietta Szold. national Jounder of Hadassah Guest speakers will Mn Max Korshak, vice pre;:ient :f the C.-..:agc chapter. whose subject will ^e Henrietta 5: ar.d Rare: Colrr.ar. A Zwitman -. "HeUeniaa ar.d Bel raism Mrs I M Wein.-•.-.. education chairman, will preside a-.d will review Tr.eodore I--! r;.; 'Old New Lar.d A social hour ar.d refreshments will I U .v ^r.d the afternoon will be tuded --gr JJ ; .-;.-; ;:' litional Sal i atb and H^:..r:_ An open house and reception .^nng Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bernard Greenstein. whose wedding was an evert of December 14th. will be held Sunday at the home of her parents. Sir. and Mrs. M. Miller, 1636 S W. !9th Street. Miam:. b<£:r.r.:ng at 2 p. m. The wedding cake will be cut as the feature of the afternoon. Mrs. Greensteir. is the former Bernice Miller. ORGANIZATIONS 7.-.-: Women's Branch of the Israel Aaron Yeshiva and Parochial School will give a Membership Tea. open to the .: Monday, December 22nd a: 2 m. at the Park Central '' mi Beach. Mrs Abraham A Kellner, cultural chairman will conduct the program Include addresses by Nathan Ginsberg, president of Men's Organization of the V .... Max Rifas president of M imi Jewish Orthodox Congn gauon; a sketch by Mrs. Lillian CMills ar.d a Quiz program Mrs John C. Temple as ?.!ida~. Quiz, assisted by Mrs. D Mrs. Libby Katz. Mr? George Chertkof and Miss • • • T Forum cf the Miami Seo:.;r. :'. the National Council of Jewish Women, will bold a round table d-scussion of "A Post-war Jewin a Post-War World'" at -.r Chanuka party. Friday. Der I9tfa at 2 p. m. at the Miami Beach Elks Club. 720 West Avenue, Miami Beach. Mrs Moses Krieger will preside as chairman, and participants include Rabbis Samuel Ber.sion. Moses Meschelcff. Max Shapiro. Colman A. Zwitman with Rabbi Abraham Kellner as moderator. Miss Nancy Freedman. -.ocalist and rr.arimba artist, will present the musical program and refreshments e served. A C.-.ildrer.'s Holiday Party and Marionette Matinee will be aponsnred by the Forum, Friday. December 26th at 2 p. m. at the Ida M Fssber High School. Miami Beach The mamage of Irene Cohen to Samuel Kirstein took place Sunday at 5 o'clock at a private ceremony in the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro who officiated. Mr. "and Mrs. Kirstein are residing at lw S. W. 18th Street. iX> • • • Thursday at 3:30 p. m. the wedding of Lillian Wucher daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher to James Builowa. son of Dr. and Mrs. Jesse G. M. BulL owa. took place in the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff who officiated in the presence of the immediate families. After a honeymoon trip throughout the state, the couple will reside in New York. Gartenberg&S checker's PARK CENTRAL HOTEL Strictly Ke$hr Dining Rcem Catering to ft Ge"e-l Public DINNER SERVED 5 30 P. M. to 7:10 P. M. Special a----,.. Private F;r'. tlor.t. Banque-.f. Bar M z •.. ; .:nts MS C>cean Drive. Miarri Beach PHONE 5-58S5 FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0828 SOILS L C. MORRIS -OP DRESS NO SO US PAVING S-.--e-. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL 187 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus (S96 Indian Creek Drive— 6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Temple Calendar Chanuka Sabbath Service Friday evening, December 19th, at 8:15 o'clock. Annual service of welcome and reception tendered in honor of new members. The Chanuka service of welcome will be conducted with the participation of Dr. Frank Coret, president of the Congregation; Leonard Epstein, chairman of membership; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, president of the Sisterhood; Harry Boyell, president of the Men's Club, and Melvin Green, president of the Temple Israel Youth Group. Rabbi Zwitman will deliver the Chanuka message, "In Those Days, at This Timei" A reception, under Sisterhood sponsorship, will follow the services, at which the new members and their families will be guests of honor. Sabbath morning services Dec. 20th. at 11 o'clock. Sunday morning, Dec. 21. Religious School at 10 o'clock; Chanuka play at 10:30 o'clock. Monday morning, Sisterhood Braille class at 10 o'clock. Tuesday, Red Cross sewing all day. Wednesday, Temple Israel Bazaar sewing group all day. Red Cross sewing, all day under Sisterhood sponsorship, with Mrs. Samuel Katz as chairman. Congratulations Heartiest congratulations are extended to members of our Temple, in whose joy we rejoice. We extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall upon the occasion of the birth of their grandson; to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz upon the occasion of the birth of their daughter, Pauline June. 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: Irving Schaechter, father of Mrs. Melvin J. Richard; Herman Whitelow. father of Mrs. Milton E. Sternberg and Mrs. Samuel C. Brophy; Jerold Elmer Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allador Wise; Isadore Lipton, father of Joseph M. LipJos. A. Richter; Barney Newman, husband of Mrs HatUe Newman and father of Myron M S !" an i Bernard Finkelstcin father of Mrs. Maurice FinkelB. W. Slote; Ceha Simons, sister of Harry V. Simons; Louis Louis, Kr ", b h and 0f Mrs ; Rose Louis and ^ K hc .of Mrs Lcona Lovin : Jo£r?J^ M, S ky I ather of Norman Mirsky, Mrs. Gordon Davis and Mrs. Louis H. Davis; Lillian Cohen, daughter of Mrs. Emma Meyer and sister of Sidney MeyerJJora Hammer, grandmother of Mrs A M. Wise; Frederick frank, father of Mrs. S. Merson; o au i lnc Feldstein, sister of Mrs b Merson; Esther Zeientz, mother of Louis Zeientz; Louis Nevins, father of Harry Nevins. The floral offering of last week was presented by Mrs. Arthur Treister in memory of her mother. Jew Isl) Fkxid Ian PAGE FIVE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER '415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Sabbath Chanuka Services On Friday evening, December 19th at 8 p. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will lecture on the Chanuka subject. "Kindly Lights and Searing Flames." In observance of National Sisterhood Sabbath the following representatives of our Sisterhood will participate in the services : Mcsdames Helen Schoenfeld, Ben Marbach, Meyer Berman and Leon Spitz. The Sisterhood will tender a Chanuka reception to the community. Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate with the Center choir assisted by Miss Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning Rabbi Bension will preach on the Scriptural Lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bloch will be hosts at the Oneg Sabbath at 4 o'clock. Mr. Gershon will teach Prophetic texts at 3:30 p. m. Children are urged to attend at 10:30 a. m. Welcome New Board Members The following new members have been added to the Building committee and to the Board of Governors of the Center, Hyman Berman. David Miller, Walter mm Announcing. the OPENING of the ST. REGIS RESTAURANT Tenth Year Under Same Management Friday, Dec. 19th AT 5:00 P. M. SERVING 'Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinner' 446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Eabbl 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHE8, Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21et Terrace Friday Night Forum "Our Chanuka" will be this Friday night's theme by Rabbi Mescheloff. Cantor Mamches will sing a number of Chanuka songs and lead in the communal singing. Everyone is cordially invited. "Strange Land" will be the subject of our Rabbi's sermon this Saturday, Rosh Chodesh Teiveiss. Morton Rosenbaum will deliver the sermonette at the Junior Congregation services. We are very pleased with the rapid growth of our Junior Congregation under the leadership of Mr. A. Loskove. Send your children each Saturday. Drop in and watch their service. You and they will be thrilled. Our Sisterhood serves refreshments to all children. A youth study group meets Saturday afternoons at 4 p. m.; our young people join in the Shalosh S'oodoss refreshments and songs. Minnionaires Our Minnionaire services held each Sunday at 8:45 a. m. have grown in attendance each week. We are happy to find children from every part of our community joining this service for boys over 13. A communal breakfast is served by the Sisterhood. Sisterhood Helpi Talmud Torah Part of the order of new desks, tables and kindergarten chairs has already arrived to take care of the needs of our growing school. We express our thanks to the Sisterhood for their constant helpfulness. Mrs. S. Steinberg, Mrs. F. Kalstein and Mrs. E. Decky are to be (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Jacobs, Paul Grossinger. Hyman Berman has generously donated the sum of one thousand dollars to the Building Fund. Chanuka Patriotic Demonstration Joseph A. Berman, Superintendent of the Religious School, announces that the Chanuka School Entertainment on Sunday afternoon, December 21st.at 3 o'clock, will assume the character of a Patriotic demonstration to evince the loyalty of the Jewish youth to the spirit of America. All men, women and children are cordially invited. A stirring play and an elaborate programme will be featured. Sisterhood Presents Chanuka Gift to Center The Chanuka Sisterhood General Membership meeting featured the presentation of a Chanuka gift of five hundred dollars to the Center on behalf of the Sisterhood by the president, Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld. Mrs. Ben Marbach presided over an interesting program in which Mcsdames Joseph M. Rose, Ella Diamond, J. Hirsch and Miss Mae Sussman participated. Captain Stephen de Szabo, famous traveller, soldier and lecturer, spoke and Mme. Josef S. Lengyel rendered Chanuka renditions. Jewish Center League Elects The Miami Beach Jewish Center Social League elected the following officers at its recent meeting: Irving Goodstein, president: Josephine Saundcrs, vice president; Shirley Schwartz, and Gwen Amsterdam, secretaries; and Helen Rutter and Sally Good, treasurers. The League is collecting hundreds of records to be sent to the boys in the various military camps and would appreciate receiving donations of new records at any time. The Week's Schedule The current week's schedule at the Center includes the following classes, groups and organizations; Sunday, Sunday school, Art classes for adults at 1 p. m. Art for children at 1:30 p. m. A. Z. A. and Center Social League at 8 p. m. and the Religious School Play at 3 p. m. On Monday we have Hadassah knitting group, Sisterhood Social, First Aid class, Hadassah Professional group and College of Jewish Studies. On Tuesday the Deborah Chapter, Choir and Verband. On Wednesday, Red Cross knitting. School chorus, Girl Scouts, College of Jewish Studies and Little Theatre group. On Thursdays, girl scouts, Young Judaea, choir, college of Jewish Studies and Center Co-Eds; Friday, drama rehearsal, mincna services, sunset services and Forum song services Dr. Press's Jewish History Class Dr. Carl Press, Ph.D University of Berlin offers a most interesting and popular class in Jewish history on Thursday evenings at the Center. The course is open to all men and women. Sisterhood Monday Night Socials On each Monday evening the Sisterhood is tendering a social to the general community, both men and women. Admission is free and all are welcome. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN ii M 8. w. Jih st. Phone 3-8172 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KEIX.NER, Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.EK, Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street Late Friday Evening Services 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services: Cantor Henry Marbein assisted by a mixed choir will chant. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "No Blackout for America!" In observance of Chanuka. Mrs. Henry Marbein will be heard in a solo Hallelujah-by Mozart. An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the services arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, in honor of their daughter, Sara Rose's birthday. Bar Mitzvah During the services this Saturday morning, Jerome, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rauzin will become Bar-Mitzvah. Mr. and Mrs. Rauzin extend a cordial invitation to all worshippers to attend the reception which will follow immediately after the services. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Pro Patria In the trying hour of our nation's destiny, no one can exempt himself from doing his share towards the safety of our national existence. Of the many ways through which one may serve his country the Blood Bank of Dade County offers an effective means, whereby everyone actively may assist the fighting forces who sacrifice their lives so that America may live. Friday Evening Forum On Friday, Dec. 19th at 8:30 p. m. the weekly Friday Evening Forum will begin. A most cordial invitation is extended to all to attend. Rabbi Abraham A. Kcllner will speak on "False Heroes" and will answer the allegations in the article of the Saturday Evening Post, entitled "Red, White and Blue Herring." Cantor J. Malek and the school choir will render appropriate musical selections. Talmud Torah Due to school holidays, classes in the Talmud Torah will be held during the mornings for the next two weeks, beginning at 8:30 a. m. Ladies Auxiliary The next meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 23rd at 2:30 p. m. We take this means of thanking the Ladies of the Auxiliary for the much needed water fountain in the Talmud Torah. Mazel Tov We arc happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. David Rifas as well as to their parents, on the birth of their little girl, who will be named in the Synagogue at Services this Shabbos morning. The Congregation congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosen and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Maer on their births of their daughters. May the happy parents live to see their offspring grow into happy and healthy Jewish womenhood. Jewish Federation Campaign Starts January 18th THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER now affords you the opportunity of securing family plots in our beautiful Mount Ncbo Cemetery located in the Flagler Memorial Park in the heart of Miami, West FJagler Street at 54th Avenue. Graves or Family Plots may be purchased on convenient terms and at exceptionally low prices. Buy now and get the benefit of the low price and choicest location. You owe it to yourself and family not to defer such a serious matter to the distressing moment of actual need. Why add to their grief and anxiety and expose them to the danger of unscrupulous demands? Our Cemetery provides perpetual care. Your first cost is your last cost. There are no extra charges. Get in Touch With Our Office—NOW! Miami Beach Jewish Center 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Telephone 5-4781 or 5-4782 wSS /g m^^mm^ ^^ &SRH&HMHHBBBIIB8I



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PAGE SEC +Jeni norktian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 194! BETH JACOB CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) thanked for their work in preparing the Chanuka costumes for our Chanuka entertainment. School Chanuka Entertainment Our Religious School presents its annual Chanuka entertainment this Sunday at 7 p. m. Every child and adult is cordially invited. There is no admission charge. Children will be given refreshments. Two plays, candle drills, songs, recitations and a Glee Club program will be presented. Over seventy children are expected to participate. Our Parent-Teachers Association will hold an open meeting during "scene shifting." Habanoth Function The Miami Beach Habanoth will present its annual Chanuka affair at the Park Central Hotel this Saturday night at 8 p. m. A beautiful program has been prepared. Refreshments will be served. The nationally famous whistler. S. Cook, will entertain. The Maccabeans will be honored guests of the evening. Habanoth and Maccabeans Both of these youth groups meet regularly at our synagogue each Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. They welcome pledgees. They enjoy a social hour after the Streamlined Lecture This Tuesday night Louis Hcirr.an will address the joint assembly on the subject of "Eternally Palest:: Young Judeans Both Young Judean I Thursday at 7:15 p. m. B' j and g:ris between the ages of 10 15 an • ..-. one <>r the other group. Scouts Girl Scout troop is in process i :' formation unaYr the leadership of Mrs. Evelyn Decky. Every the ages :' 12 and 15 :.inviu d to come 1 pelleting to !.• hi I this Wed-' nesday at 7 p Our Boy Scouts meet Wednes' day vening at 7:30 p. m. under the adership of Jack Waters. Mizrachi Meeting The Miami Beacr. Mizrachi will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Beth Jacob synagogue this Saturday night at 8 p. m. Mordecai Nadler. national treasurer of the Mizrachi Organization of America will be the guest speaker. Mrs. E. Epstein will give a report on the recent national Convention of the Mizrachi Women's organization held in Chicago. A musical Chanuka program will also be presented. The public is welcome. Red Cross A Red Cross sewing unit begins meeting daily at our synagogue this Monday. All women interested in helping, apply at our office. We can use 6 more sewing machines. Can you loan us yours? CONGREGATION BETH D A V I (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5| Sunday School A Chanuka play, written and directed by Miss Miriam Weintraub. will be enacted during the assembly this Sunday morning at 11:30. Taking part in this play will be: Bernard and Sidney Dickson. Estelle Greenberg. Marjorie Miller. Marjorie Roberts. Freddie Scher. Jerry Shulman, Meyer Sherman and Leon Segal. Members and friends are welcome. 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 cultural meeting, Monday evening. December 29th at 7:30 p. m. "Kohol" group, a course in elementary and conversational Hebrew by Louis Gadon. and one 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 Group" 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. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in our Memorial Bock of Life, will be observed this month of "Tebeth". The Anniversary Candle is lit the evening before the English date' mentioned, and the kaddish begins the same evening, until sunset of the day mentioned: Channa Devorah. mother of Mrs. Ida Hammer, December 21st: Eliyohu. father of Morris and Samuel Ehrlich. December 22nd; Molkah Leah, mother of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin, December 31st; Eliyohu, father of Mrs. David Mayer, December 31st; Avrohom, brother of J. Seigel. January 1st; Lora Kort. sister of Helen Panak. January 2nd; Yishayohu, father of Morris Bain. January 3rd; Yaakov. father of H. L. Green. January. 3rd; Ester Teoh. mother of Mrs. Louis Weinkle, January 5th; Moshe Volf, father of S. B. Schlessinger. January 8th; Shmuel. father of Mrs. Julian Kurlander. January 8th; Shayna Raysa. mother of Louis Best Wishes tc Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons LOCAL LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING •028 N W 63rd St Mrs. Mai Kantor. Prop -' WISHES TO "ll: MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRl >N8 I. H. HAGOOD CO. 3801 N. E. 2nd Av#. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jen1st) ncrkUan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ "Y" In Defense The Y. M. H. A. entertained a contingent of 25 sailors and officers from the Steamship "Empire State" last Monday night. A basketball game was held with our junior team and the sailors resulting in a victory for our team. A delicious supper was served to the officers and enlisted men. This is just another instance of the work that the Y is doing for the enlisted men. Sam Greenstein and Milton Weintraub. members of the Junior division, went to the service some time ago and are stationed at Fort Bragg. North Carolina. They were welcome visitors at SEASON'S GREETINGS R. E. LOWRY ELECTRIC CO. PHONE 4-1601 114 CORAL WAY the Y last week. Melvin Schaefer, son of Joe and Essie Schaefer, and a prominent member of the Junior division, enlisted last week in the army and is now stationed at Camp Blanding. Melvin was the recipient of a nice gift from the Y. M. H. A. upon his departure. Many women of the Y. W. H. A. have enlisted their services in the Dade County Home Defense Council in many capacities. As soon as the survey is made, the names of these women, who are helping their country, will be published. Plans are under way to hold a dance for enlisted men at the Y under the sponsorship of the Army and Navy committee on Saturday. December 27th. More details later. Y Defeats Graham Dairy 58 to 32 Before a large crowd at the Miami High gymnasium last Tuesday night, our Y basketball team, capatined by Lefty Schemer, trounced a hard fighting team from the Graham Dairy to win their third consecutive game in the City League. The Y is one of the few undefeated basketball teams in the city today. Schwartxs Defeat Reismans Captained by your scribe, the Schwartzs defeated the Reismans in three close games to remain in We Are Pleased to Announce That the Municipal Bonds Business of Our Company will from This Date be Carried on by Our Present Organization in the Newly Established office of B. J. VAN INGEN &. CO., Inc. Alfred I. DuPont Building Miami. Florida under the direction of ROBERT H. COOK. Vice-President ROBERT H. COOK INCORPORATED Miami. Florida. Dec. 1. 1941 GREETINGS BROWN'S GARAGE General Repairs—Welding Motor Tune-Up—Machine Shop 213 S. Dixie Highway C. BROWN. Owner PHONE 4-9432 CHANUKA GREETINGS B. W. THACKER Adding Machines and Typewriters Sold, Rented. Repaired Exchanged. Ask about our Rental Purchase Contract. PHONE 2-0115 123 N. E. 1st Street first place for the championship of the Y duckpin league. In a brother against brother match, the Al Berkowitzs defeated the Abe Berkowitzs two out of three games. New Year's Eve Celebration Al Berkowitz. chairman of the New Year's Eve committee, announces that plans have been completed for a gala celebration on New Years Eve at the beautiful Hotel Evans at Miami Beach. Unlike previous years, supper will be served in the dining room and there will be no dancing or entertainment in the dining room. At the conclusion of the supper, the guests will adjourn to the dance hall and patio where a Broadway show and dancing will take place. A well known orchestra has been engaged for the occasion. Reservations are limited and are priced at $3.50 per person. If you want to be with the Y crowd on New Year's Eve and have a good time, call the Y immediately for your reservation. Home Camp Reunion Sunday The Annual Chanuka Reunion of the children of the Home Camp will take place at the Y this Sunday afternoon, December 21, at 2 o'clock. All children between the ages of 5 and 14 and those who attended the Home Camp are invited to attend. Games will be played and refreshments will be served Admission is free. Cafeteria We have been fortunate in sesuring Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regal to manage our food concession. The Regals were formerly connected with the Gloversville. N. Y., Community Center in a similar capacity. Members and friends are urged to patronize them. B I S C A Y N E TROPICAL GARDENS NURSERY 529 N. E. 107th Street Nursery Address 10730 N. E. 6th Avenue Nature can restore faith lost in man. Nature goes on forever building, revealing the wonders of God's handiwork. A large selection of shrubs, vines, shade and fruit trees to beautify your home. PHONE 7-4088 CHANUKA GREETINGS WINDOW CLEANING Service of Florida FLOOR WAXING A SPECIALTY SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1665 Michigan Ave. Ph. 5-5907 MIAMI BEACH CHANUKA GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. REUBIN FEINBERG Of Hie FRED MARTIN APARTMENTS 1610 Drexel Avenue I the NASSAU HOTEL 14*4 Colhnt Avenue ^G\JST BROS R^t la the BEST BEST WISHES TIP OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRi INS J. M. Blow Title Co. Seybold Bldg. Ph. 2-6182 Chanuka Greetings PHONES: 2-7171—2-3664 American Bedding and Upholstering Co. Manufacturer! of MATTRESSES, BOX SPRINGS, BTUDIO COUCHES 2630 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Fla. CHANUKA GREETINGS JENSEN'S TRAIL LIQUOR STORE "A JENSEN STORE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD" 1723 S. W. 8th Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA CARTER ROCK and SAND CORP. FRESH WATER ROCK AND SAND FASTEST SERVICE OF ANYONE 4201 N. W. 27th Aye. 4194 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone Order Dept. 7-6038 or 7-7480 CHANUKA GREETINGS MANNING'S FINEST AND LARGEST SEA FOOD DINNERS IN THE WORLD PHONE 2-9939 829 BISCAYNE BLVD.. MIAMI A DAY when you felt tene, jumpy, irritable? A NIGHT when you were wakeful and restless? Over-taxed nerves are likely to cause loss of friends, loss of sleep, loss of pleasure, time missed from work, family quarrels, physical and mental suffering. The next time you feel nervous, try the soothing effect of one or two Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets. Try Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets for Sleeplessness due to Nervousness, Nervous Irritability. Nervous Headache, Excitability and Restlessness. Your money back If you are not entirely satisfied. At 7=r Drag Star* B-.ll P.rk... 1S Uift I'Kim ^14 R~4 fall alractUna la parkas*. OR MILES ft&WeiatfasMss* 'NERVINETABLETS LOCAL FURRIER HAS BEEN IN MIAMI FOR MANY YEARS I. Rosengarton, furrier in Miami for many years, and only South Florida member of the American Institute of Refrigeration, is located at 118 S. Miami Ave. Certified storage vaults and expert cleaning and relining methods have made this establishment one of the finest and well known in this area. All furs stored are insured for 100 per cent of their value. New furs may also be purchased here. SEASON'S GREETINGS HOLLOPETER & POST REALTORS 151 N. E. 3rd St. Ph. 3-7376 SEASONS GREETINGS RODEO BAR SEA FOOD Special Steak Platter $1.00 3488 Coral Way Ph. 4-9479 CHANUKA GREETINGS CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE 1321 S. W. 40th Avenue Phone 4-2914 Coral Gables CHANUKA GREETINGS To My Many Customers and Friends JOHNNIE JO Doughnut Shop 20 N. W. 14th St. Ph. 3-4900 CHANUKA GREETINGS To AM Our Jewish Friends McAllister Florists "Say It With Flowers But Say It With Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS H. GEORGE FINK ARCHITECT 2128 Ponce De Leon Boulevard PHONE 4-5334 VISIT BETTE WHITE CORSETIERE STUDIO 420 Lincoln Road. Room 414 Mercantile Nat'l. Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Foundations Brassieres. Designed to Individual Requirements PHONE 5-0101 AUGUST STUDIO of Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach Florida R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertiliier Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4461 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 43375 SEASON'S GREETINGS GEORGE EHLENBERGER & CO.. INC. 150 N. E. 7th St., Miami. Florida Sincere Chanuka Greetings MIAMI BEACH JITNEY CORP. 47 OCEAN DRIVE PHONE 5-9676 LEGAL NOTIC E S NOTICE IS IIGRKBY GIVEN thTT the undersigned, desiring to eriK.-ie. ibusiness under the fictitious nam 13 CHESTER'S RESTAURANT at c£I Collins Ave.. Miami Heath Fla in tends to register the said nam!'with the. Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. l or EMIL BEN7.IT i 11/21-28 12/5-12-19 "• % %  '•'.t.l.U NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nani* 3 CHAR-MOLE GOWN SHOPl'i: In tends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of i> ad ? County. Florida. CHARLES WEINSTFIV ISAAC JOFFE %  wsrr Attorney for Applicant 11/21-2S 12. r>-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to tsnn ln business under the fictitious name J FLAMINGO OOWN SWOPPE. Intend I" register the said name with thi Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had, County. Florida. MOLLIE WEINSTEIN ISAAC JOFFE "*asw Attorney for Applicant 11/21-2S 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BARBIZON APT. HOTEL intend ti register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv Florida. JACOB CHAVES BENJAMIN CHAVES LEON CHAVES 11/21-2S 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KI.AGI.Ell MEMORIAL GROFP ASSOCIATES' Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv, Florida ALFRED GOTTESMW 11/21-2S 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROBINSON FRUIT SHIPPER, Intends to register the said nam. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. YALE GORDON li 88 12 '3-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to %  the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1173, Chapter No, 20*58, Laws "f Florida, 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Hade Countv. Florida, upmi receipt of proof of publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to.wit: TROPICS HOTEL, under which we are engaged In business at number 1332 Collins Avenue, In the City of Miami Beach. Florida. Thai the paities Interested in >aid business elite! prise, are as follows DAVID Gill.1>IN ETHEL QOLDIN 11/21 12 •'.".-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualnesa under tinfictitious name ..f SILVER SERVICE COMPANY (not Inc.) intends to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. MoE FEINGOLD 12 12-19-26 1/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TUDOR INN at SSI N. B. 2nd St., Miami. Florid.i. Intends to register the mill name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. J. H. PENF1ELD 12/12-19-26 1/2-9 N th. in I of Firs ten the Dad 12 1 IOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to • ng Ig* USlneai under the fictitious name "'KAX BREEZE HOTEL nl Ml I St.. Miami Beach. Florida, fa%  to register the said namwith Clerk of the circuit Court of • %  Co inty, Florida. D. ZAVON L. ZAVON 2-19-20 1 2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RUBENSTEIN'S Intend to register the s:,i,| name with the Clerk of the 1'ircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE FARKAS HELENA FARKAS 11/21-2S 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of ZISSENS BOWERY intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HY.VAN ZISSEN LOUIS ZISSEN CHARLES ZISSEN M. I>. ZISSEN „., DOROTHY ZISSEN LILLIAN ZISSEN MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 11/21-2.X 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ELLIS IN WONDERLAND FIU'IT SHIPPERS, located at 218 Eepanosj Way. Miami Beach, intends to register the sud name with the clerk of the circuit Court of i>...!.county. FlorIda, owned and Operated By LEO .1 ELLIS 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualnesa under the fictitious name or LOU'S SERVICE STATION, located at 22113 S W. Sth St..Miami, intend* to register the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. „.,-.. LOUIS SPEC! OB 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY I8TH


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I^fllSP^MNl ^r&figfi 9B FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1941 fJewist fkridimn PAGE THREE KING'S. £ ^^ KOMMENTS Ssli The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Chcmuka, the feast of lights Tho—our troubles—brings delights As we day by day Wearily wend our way Knowing surely that from above Will come that help and that love Same as it did in those days of old To rekindle for us Chanuka Lights bold. King taw a note that came in the mail to the boss the other day from David J. Heffernan. judge of the Civil Court of Record, of a case in his court a humorous morsel He tells how "Excitedly testifying in his own behalf in a case involving attorney's fees, on December 12th. 1941. Al Pallot. attorneyat law stated: "If a WIDOW with three children came into my office, and said she was broke and hungry, also complained that her HUSBAND was beating her up. I would handle her case for nothing." ... He won his case For Prompt and Courteous Service MOUSLEY Service Station 302 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9407 There's a government in exile Vour satisfaction our Pleasure in Miami of one of the orgam/a ___ tions ... a disapproving faction they are issuing membership cards to the "Old Regime Fellowship Club" King wonders whether these past masters of ceremonies for the various local functions will learn they're not the principal. speakers ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN Delicious This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand itl 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 For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation %  AH FBKIAL vtnST AVENUE 45 NORTHEAST FIRST Resource. Over $6,100,000 J. M. LIPTON. President ADDITIONAL SOCIETY A mah jongg and card party given by the Committee in charge of the Donor project of the Women's Division American Jewish Congress will be held Friday, December 19th at 2 p. m. at the London Arms Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Benj. London will be hostess of the affair. e e • More than two hundred attended the Donor Luncheon given by the Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home, of which Mrs. Clementine Kemp was chairman and Mrs. Ethyl Nathan, co-chairman. The program included Lee Mason of W. K. A. T., Mrs. Leopold Marcus, Charles Tobin, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Maxwell Lustig, Miss Joan Grey, Folia Negin and a play presented by members under the direction of Mrs. M. Cohen. e • e The installation of the newly elected officers of the Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will be held at p. m. at their Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Those to be installed include Louis Marcus, chairman; J. Kay, vice chairman; Morris Jacobs, financial secretary; Philip Kotter, recording secretary; H. Laibson. Beach Hospitaler; D. Rifkin, Miami Hospitaler; Mrs. Rose Able, social service committee. Miami; Miami Beach. Mrs. Ann Zuckerman. Philip Rabinowitz. H. Hoffman. S. Kahn. J. Kaset, B. Silver, H. Rose. A. Solomon, L. Bakerman. J. Chalodenko, Mrs. J. Kaset. Mrs. M. Jacobs, Mrs. L. Marcus. Mrs. H. Leibson and Mrs. A. Levinson. members of the executive committee. fore the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street, between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Next week's program of the Spinoza Forum includes Monday morning, 10:30 a. m. Edward Clarke, of the U. of Miami, School of Music, will lecture on George Friedrich Handel. Tuesday evening, 8:15 p. m. Abe Aronovitz will be the guest speaker. Mr. Aronovitz will speak on "What Kind of a Peace Must We Have." Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p. m Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will address the Forum. Rabbi Zwitman's topic: "Nazism's Revolution Against Western Civilization." Spinoza's Conception of God will be the topic of the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, this Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p. m. bePALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Jack Barash Is convalescing at the Good Samaritan Hospita from an appendectomy. Joe Bronstein returned to Palm Beach from Baltimore where he was called by the death of his father. The Tarbuth Hebrew Culture League will have a Chanuka meeting at the home of David Freedman, 1030 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Sunday at 3 p. m. A paneled discussion will take place with P. Puchkoff, Hebrew author; H. Friedlander. educator and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, president of the league participating. Sunday morning and a service for adults in the evening, held at Schwartzberg Hall. FEDERATION DRIVE STARTS JANUARY 8TH. 1941 Rabbi Manuel Greenstein has formed an Adult Jewish History Class, which will meet weekly at his home. Chanuka was celebrated by Temple Israel, reform congregation, with a party for children CITY RUG and LINOLEUM COMPANY CHANUKA GREETINGS BEACH ARENA BOXING 49 Ocean Drive PHONE 5-4154 HillywoH • ft. llldjriAii Mia" 1 Be l*_ CHANUKA GREETINGS GREAT SOUTHERN TRUCKING CO. PHONE 2-6513 64 N. E. 20th STREET HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN t—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There It No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK i



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PAGE FOUR • Jen1st fhrktian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, ig 41 & Jewisti IFKendliiairi 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. $1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 51 ANSWER TO HITLER While fifth columnists, Nazi-bundists and other would-be American fascists continue their hate-spewing propagandizing, the state of Florida on January 22 will call nation-wide attention to the contribution of one distinguished Jew to his neighbors. Under the auspices of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, a monument will be unveiled at Sarasota, Fla., in honor of Judah P. Benjamin, a framer of the Louisiana state constitution, U. S. senator and holder of three Confederate cabinet offices who fled through Florida after the fall of Richmond. The monument will mark the spot where Benjamin narrowly escaped capture by pursuing Union troops and set sail for the safety of foreign shores after fleeing down the coast of Florida. It was at the Gamble mansion near Bradenton that Benjamin found temporary refuge until arrangements could be made for him to sail from Sarasota to Bimini, then Cuba and finally England. The mansion has stood as a memorial to him since 1926, maintained by state funds and the U. D. C. In the face of well-organized anti-Semitic propaganda seeking to set American against American in the hope of impairing our national defense program, the contributions of the various groups of our nation to the general welfare are often lost. While Hitlerites spew lies that tend to arouse anti-Jewish passions, the deeds of men like Leon Ehrlich, discoverer of salvarsan for the treatment of syphilis, Haym Salomon, who raised funds for General George Washington when all other hope for the American revolutionary cause had failed, and Benjamin often are forgotten. Florida, through the United Daughters of the Confederacy, does well to build this monument to Judah P. Benjamin at this time—for it will stand as a guidepost and reminder that this nation is still the pillar of freedom and tolerance. It is the Souths personal challenge to Nazism and hate. FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman MIAMI Zionist By Louis Heiman, Pret. TROPICAL TO OPEN SEASON FOR 21-JW MEET .CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) aid Brady as assistant to the j I n iident; Walter H. Donovan as' resident manager, and Herbert Bayard Swope as chairman of, the board of d.rectors. Assoc%  • d Mr. Swope, who is al] .-chairman of the New York: State Racing Commission, on the j board are, Charles A. and Gurnee Munn. James Donn. Stephan (Laddie i Sanford. George W. Langford. A. Charies Schwartz, Francis M. Barker. Henry L. < Straus and William Rhinelander ; Stewart. These men. literally working : day and night for the last three months, have achieved many of their goals of improvements scheduled at Tropical Park. Chief of these is the new | i n-air walking ring and paddock on the rear lawns, a notable addition of beauty and efficiency for this spacious area. Also, a new winners circle has been constructed assuring eacy visibility of this important post from both the clubhouse and grandstand sectors.' The clubhouse and grandstand have been renovated and redecorated, and throughout the plant greater beautification! has been achieved by addition of tropical shrubs, flowers and plants. The new management also has looked well to its racing division and has employed a widelyknown staff of officials in each department. This staff includes, Tom Thorp and Samuel C. Nuckols as stewards; A. J. (Jack) Cleary as steward representing the Florida State Racing Commission; Robert S. (Bob) Shelley as racing secretary and handicapper, F. P, Dunne as assistant racing secretary; James P.' Ross, Jr., as entry clerk and clerk of scales; Thomas A. Steele, Wm. R. Dahlstrom and Dunn as judges; George R. (Buddy) Wingfield as starter; George Read as paddock judge; Albert H. Nun as timer; William A. (Dad) Myer as track superintendent; Dr. A. T. Knowles as veterinarian, and Henry C. Collins as general superintendent; R. P. McAuliffe and James Butwell as patrol judges. LOCAL YOUTHS ELECTED TO STATE UNIVERSITY OFFICES GESTAPO AGENTS At the semi-annual elections r.f the Tau Alpha Chapter of Tau n Phi at the University of Ft r:da. Gerald Klein was elected bursar for the third consecutive semester and Leonard Glass< r. both if Miami Beach, was elected scribe. Others elected were Nat Mostow of Washington. D. C. chancellor, and Howard Carasik. Jacksonville, vice-chancellor. VEGETARIAN AND DAIRY RESTAURANT HAS OPENING Believing that there is a definite need here for a different Vegetarian and Dairy Restaurant. J. Sobel has planned and completed '•Sobel's." modern Vegetarian and Dairy Restaurant located at Sev-, enth Street on Miami Beach. Mr. Sobel. known as •Joe" to his thousands of acquaintances and friends, announced the opening of his elaborate food em-. ponum last Thursday. Serving the public 24 hours daily, it boasts of Sobel management with a background of more than 35 years in the restaurant business. The best foods obtainable in a delightfully prepared manner at popular prices is featured with •reads and pastries baken in their own bakery located on the second floor. The food establishment seating more than 300 people is completely air-conditionad and has continuous music by Muzak. Mr. Sobel. a visitor to Miami Beach for a long time, decided a number of years ago to become a I permanent resident and is the proprietor of the Kenmore Hotel on the Beach. With an investJ ment of more than $100,000 here, Mr. Sobel has recently complet-1 ed the 70-room Avalon Hotel, on i the Ocean at Seventh St. Hav] ing owned some 185 restaurants in New York. Mr. Sobel stated that this new place is the finest of I them all, and looks forward to an unusually prosperous season. MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH JEWS CROWD SYNAGOGUE, THANKFUL FOR VICTORIES Moscow (WNS)—Thousands of Russian Jews, including large numbers of soldiers, flocked to the main synagogue in Moscow to give thanks for the great victories of the Red Army, which has destroyed the Nazi forces attacking Moscow and routed Nazi troops on all other fronts. The demonstration was the largest in Moscow in many years. Special prayers were chanted for Jewish soldiers who fell in defending Moscow from the Nazi hordes. Included among the worshippers were many Polish Jews, released recently from exile, now enrolled in the Polish Army. OFFICES OF JEWS IN REICH Zurich (WNS)—Adolf Hitler's declaration of war against the United States was the signal for Nazi Gestapo agents to raid the offices of Jewish institutions in Berlin. Vienna. Prague. Warsaw and Lodz, it was reported here. The Gestapo agents questioned Jewish leaders and seized all correspondence. No arrests were reported. The Gestapo agents examined Jewish leaders with particular reference to their contacts and correspondence with American Jewish organizations. The Nazi declaration of war against the United States spread panic among the Jews in the occupied countries. Nazi leaders in Poland. Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia had repeatedly warned the Jewish population of these countries that all Jews would be killed if the United States went to war against Germany. All Jews became suspects immediately as "pro-Amercan saboteurs." In his war declaration Hitler heaped violent abuse on President Roosevelt and the Jews of America. After recounting the alleged crimes committed by America against a patient, blameless Germany, the Nazi fuehrer said: "We know, of course, that the eternal Jew is behind all this Roosevelt himself may not realize it. but then that only shows his own limitations. Indeed, we all know the intention of the Jews to rule all civilized states in Europe and America. We know this is a time when for nations it is the question of to be or not to be.'" At another point Hitler compared the Nazi regime in Germany to that of President Roosevelt in America, saying: "In five years it has been possible in Germany to find work for every one. During the same period in America Roosevelt has succeeded in undermining American economy, in devaluating the dollar and in keeping up the figure of unemployed. Jews, of course, have flourished." It was believed likely here that the Marshal Petain regime will shortly "freeze" all Jewish bank accounts in unoccupied France. Jews still retaining some money will be made subject to greatly increased taxation. Leaders of the anti-Semitic party have renewed demands that the Jews be compelled to pay reparations. For the Duration With the anti-Semitic talk about Jews not doing their share in the emergency, several points are worth noting The chief air raid warden for District 8. Dade County, comprising Miami Beach and Surfside. is a Jew. and a member of B'nai B'rith as well. The Beach Defense council in the American Legion is under the direction of a Jewish woman, and the first five women to volunteer as her assistants were Jewish ... Of nine precinct captains who thus far have volunteered their services to the chief air warden three are Jews. Also, scores of Jewish citizens have flooded the offices of the chief air raid warden to offer their services All of them, by the way. have agreed to serve for the duration. Let Us Face Realities So the war will solve every* thing? ... So all Jewish problems will disappear, including that of anti-Semitism? That seems to be the short-sighted view of some people Certainly, if wishful thinking could make things come to pass. Yiddishe tsoros would have gone with the wind a long time ago And perhaps Jews should not be blamed for cherishing illusions But realities must be faced The following incident took place after we entered the war: A salesman for a large wholesale concern entered a local establishment ... He attempted to sell his product to the proprietor, who happens to be Jewish but doesn't look like Jews are supposed to look The salesman found himself unable to make a sale So, thinking he was speaking to a non-Jew, he trotted out that old ace in the hole, the Jewish issue. "You know." he said. "We're the only Gentile concern in this business, and that means something in these days." No. unfortunately, certain problems have not ended even after the call for unity by our president And long-range educational programs, such as those of the ADL. will be intensified, rather than diminished during the conflict Hopefully, then, we will be in a better position to cushion the intolerance and bigotries of the post-war period. Lies Are Like Checks Lies are like checks. The day comes when they must be presented for payment For a long time the fib has been circulated that Mark Twain, the famous American humorist, harbored anti-Semitic sentiments Since coming to Miami, anonymous "friends" have sent us several times a leaflet entitled "Jew Persecution a Business Passion," an alleged "suppressed analysis" of Twain's writings against the Jews. Well, we never have been able to locate any of the articles to which reference has been made by the hate-mongers And we have examined quite a number of authorized editions of Mark Twain's writings The other day we did come across something which gives the lie to the ? r £ \ II is a Passage in one of Twain s sketches worth quotBeginning Sunday, December 21st. Flag Week will be observed in Greater Miami, during which period all Zionist groups in this area will participate in the sale of Jewish Flags, the proceeds of which are for the benefit of the Jewish National Fund to purchase land in Palestine. Did you notice that I stated that "all Zionist groups" will participate? That brings to mind one of the weak objections sometimes raised to the Zionist cause. The objectors tell us that there are too many groups in the Zionist movement. Is this objection well founded? The answer is "no!" In the first place, although the different Zionist groups have various approaches as to how the ideals of the Zionist movement shall be realized, we are all working toward the same common goal—the establishment of Palestine as a Homeland for the Jewish people, and its upbuilding as a religious, cultural and economic center for our race. We seek Palestine as a Homeland, not by sufferance, but as of right. In the second place, should we Zionists adopt the methods of I the dictators? Should we, fight, ing for the preservation of the J Jewish race, stoop to the ways of ; Hitler and Mussolini? They tell the world, and their people in particular, that everyone shall be 1 compelled to think and act alike, and they aspire to be the dictators i of how the world shall think and act. Why are we engaging in this World War II? Is it not to safeguard the democratic way of life? We Zionists must, therefore, permit freedom of thought and action on the part of our groups with reference to details so long as they agree on the general principles. All Zionist groups agree on the general principles. Friday night. December 26th. 1941 (during Flag Week) will be observed in each of our Congregations in Greater Miami as Zionist night, when each of our Rabbis will preach a sermon on the Zionist movement. Attend your congregation that night and hear why you should support the Zionist cause. ing: "If the statistics are right, the Jews constitute one percent of the human race ... It suggests a nebulous dim puff of star-dust lost in the blaze of the Milky Way Properly the Jew ought hardly to be heard of: but he is heard of. has always been heard of. His contributions to the world's list of great names in literature, science, art. music, finance, medicine, abstruse learning, are also way out of proportion to the small of his bulk The Jew is now what he always was. exhibiting no decadence, no infirmities of age. no weakening of his parts, no slowing of his energies, no dulling of his alert progressive mind. All things are mortal but the Jew: all other forces pass, but he remains." Are these the words of an antiSemite of a philo-Semite? Gut Shabbos! TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabbath Chanuka services, Friday at 8 p. m. Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Temple Emanu-el Youth Club, Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Chanuka program and party. Sunday at 3 p. m. Parents, members and friends of the Religious School and Temple are inlvited. 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



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. *i\ggm&$^?i3m&s^L ffJewisti rioriclian 1% VOLUME 14—No. 51 C o*.a/M^ Tlhe Jtewtisih lUinMty H MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1941 (ILL FIGHT UNTIL FREEDOM SECURE SAYS PRESIDENT Washington (WNS)—Denouncing Hitlensm as a "revival of barbarism," President Roosevelt declared that the American people, having taken up arms in the defense of liberty, "will not lay them down before liberty is once again secure in the world in which we live." The President's speech, broadcast from the White House, climaxed the nation-wide celebration commemorating the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. "The issue of our time,' the President said, "the issue of the war in which we are engaged, is the issue forced upon the decent, self-respecting peoples of the earth by the aggressive dogmas of this attempted revival of barbarism; this proposed return to tyranny; this effort to impose again upon the peoples of the world doctrines ot absolute obedience, and of dictatorial rule, and of the suppression of truth, and of the oppression of conscience which the free nations of the earth have long ago rejected.'' Mr. Roosevelt pledged that "we will not, under any threat, or in the face of any danger, surrender the guarantees of liberty our loreI fathers framed for us in our Bill of Rights. We hold with all the passittn of our hearts and minds j to those commitments of the hu| man spirit." Describing Hitler and his followers as ."political and mortal; tigers."' the President warned 1 that "to Hitler, the government, as we conceive it, is an impossible conception. The government I to him is not the servant and the! instrument of the people, but their absolute master and the j dictator of their every act." "To Hitler the church as we I conceive it," the President continued, "is a monstrosity to be' destroyed by every means at his command. The Nazi Church EMERGENCY FUNDS SENT TO ; HAWAII BY WELFARE BOARD PRICE 10 CENTS New York (WNS)—Emergency funds were sent shortly after the i outbreak of hostilities to its rep-1 resentatives in Hawaii and the Philippines, it was announced by the Jewish Welfare Board. After three days of continuous attempts to establish contact with its workers stationed at these bases, the Board received a brief message from Israel Weinstein, J.W.B. worker in Honolulu for the past 12 years, reading simply "send funds quickly." The Philippine worker, Morton I. Netzorg, so far has not been contacted, although funds and instructions have been sent. Since the last war the Jewish Welfare Board has maintained a center in Honolulu for the use of soldiers and sailors serving with the permanent military establishment in Hawaii. Three months ago. in a trip to the mainland, Mr. Weinstein stopped in I many cities throughout the coun| try to visit the parents of boys stationed on the Island. He reI assured the parents concerning I the welfare of their sons and took | back with him messages and presents from them. I The Board also reported that a | Jewish chaplain. Lt. Herbert C. i Straus, is serving with the Navy at Pearl Harbor. The Jewish army chaplain in Hawaii is Chaplain Harry Richmond. OP LODGES IS JOINT DEFENSE TRAINING CAMPS FOR YOUTH ARE EXPANDED A joint installation of officers of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith and its Auxiliary featured by an address by Dr. Abram L. Sachar will take place Sunday evening at the Hotel Evans, Miami Beach. Program for the evening includes introductory remarks by Rabbi Max Shapiro; address by Abe Aronovitz retiring president; E Y REFUGEES AND SEIZE FUNDS to be the 'national church,' a pagan church, 'absolute and exclusively in the service of but one doctrine, one race, one nation.' "To Hitler, the freedom of men to think as they please and speak as they please and worship as they please is, of all things imaginable, most hateful and most desperately to be feared." Istanbul (WNS) — More than 10.800 European Jewish refugees were arrested by Japanese military authorities in Shanghai, it was reliably reported here. Thousands more were seized but were released after questioning. Many of those arrested had escaped recently from Kobe, Japan. A Vichy radio report said that the Japanese authorities had turned over to the Gestapo many 1S well-known Jewish refugees who Charles G. Lavin, State Administrator of the National Youth Administration, announced this week that the National Youth Administration defense training centers are being expanded an? geared for full participation in the National Defense Program. "Several hundred additional youth," Mr. Lavin said, "will be able to take their places in machine, aviation mechanics, welding, woodwork, boat building, and other shops where they may gain work experience for actual participation in the country's vital defense occupations. "This program is designed for boys of pre-military age and those who have been rejected for service with the armed forces, so that they will have the opportunity to take an active part in the already vast armament program which must be doubled and trebled to keep the American army and navy and the forces of this nation's allies supplied with war materials."' Resident camps where the youth live and work are being maintained at Ocala. Camp Blanding, Tallahassee. Pensacola. and Tampa. In addition to these, local projects are placed in smaller communities throughout the State so that youth may live at home and still participate in the program. Albert E. Berkeley and Sadye G. Rose are members of the local board. Dr. Abram L. Sachar installation of officers of both groups by Isaac Levin; addresses by Mrs. Jennie Rotfort and Burnett Roth incoming presidents, and the main speaker. Dr. Sachar. Dancing will follow. The banTHREE JEWS ARE G US. IEWS IN PALESTINE OFFER AID TO CONSULATE Jerusalem (WNS) — Scores of American Jews waited on line outside the Usited States con-j sulate here to offer their ser-1 vices to America in the war against the Axis powers. The Patriotic demonstration moved j American Consulate officials. United States Consul Lowell ] nnkerton announced that American Jews would be notified if they were required to report for i duty. Meanwhile, all American \ Jews in Palestine were advised to register with the consulate. Following America's entry into the war a group of Kabbalists left; jor Safed where they will visit the sacred shrines and pray for an American victory. had continued their outspoken anti-Nazi activities after going into exile. The report said that these relugees would probably be returned to Nazi Germany. Shortly utter their occupation of the International Settlement in Shanghai. Japanese otlicials ordered all Jewish refugees to register with the occupation authorities within three days. All bank accounts held in the names of Jewish refugees were blocked. It was believed here that the compulsory registration of refugees was a forerunner of mass internment of the trapped Hitler victims. It Japan should decide to ape Hitler's methods, the refugees will probably be sent to compulsory labor camps. Zurich (WNS)—The mass deWashington (WNS) — Three Jewish soldiers were among the quet committee is headed by Mrs. j first casualties in America's war against the Axis powers. The three Jewish boys, one of them only 19 years old, were killed during Japan's sudden air attack on Hawaii. The first casualty list released by the War Department here included: Private Jack H. Feldman. 19 years old. and Corporal Theodore J. Lewiss, both of Sadye G. Rose and Sam Silver. Dr. Abram L. Sachar is an historian, lecturer and national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, administering 54 Foundations and Counselorships in as many colleges and universities throughout the country. He is also director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of oi Jews from BessSMS a m* ~jnois. from which he is now taking Philadelphia and Private Louis a year's leave of absence to Schleifer of Newark. N. J. launch the new Foundation at Brooklyn College. Dr. Sachar was born 41 years ago in New York, took his bachelor's degree at Washington University, St. Louis, in 1920. and three years thereafter gained a Ph.D. at Cambridge, Eng. That same year he entered the department of History at the University of Illinois, where he taught for five years more. Also in 1923 the first of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations was established at Illinois, with the purpose of bringing to the Jewish students there a knowledge of and proper pride in their own historic culture. Dr. Sachar was aswith that Schleifer of Newark. N. J. Young Feldman. son of Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Feldman, was sent to Hawaii last April as an expert airplane mechanic. He was scheduled to enter a school for officers in the near future. Corporal Lewiss joined the United States Army at the age of 17 and had completed two terms of service. His mother, now in a Philadelphia hospital, was not informed of his death. Private Schleifer, an engineer, had only last week sent his parents a letter, from Hawaii. In the letter he included $45 with which he urged them to have a good time. Chicago (WNS)—Thousands of Persons, representing all races and "eeds, participated in the unveiling of the monument on which ands the figure of Haym Salo"jon. American Jewish hero of "e Revolutionary War, along w 'th those of George Washington and Robert Morris, as symbols of | American unity. The ceremony *f part of the Bill of Rights. J wth commemoration. special ghettos in the Russian Ukraine nas been suspended temporarily by the Rumanian Government oecause oi the Bed Army's strong >unr-otfensive against the combined Nazi and Rumanian troops in that area, u was reported here. Diplomatic circles here said that Rumanian Premier Ion Antonescue teared that the Red Army would drive the Axis troops out of the Ukraine entirely and would retake much of the area now occupied by the Rumanian forces. Jews had been transported en masse to ghettos and special labor camps where they were assigned to rebuilding houses roads and bridges damaged in the fighting several months ago. from the beginning, became director of the Illinois Foundation and national director in 1932. at which time he resigned from his teaching post. Hillel work has naturally abNew York (WNS)—Responding Foundation to an appeal from the American In IQ^R he' Red Cross for assistance in launching its $50,000,000 drive lor emergency war lunds, the Jewish Welfare Board, through its president, Frank L. Weil, has pledged the use of the Board's facilities and organizational sorbed much of his energy since jn lh( cfforl thenbut he has found time for both writing and lecturing as well. As a speaker he is known to audiences all over the country. During these Hillel years Dr. Sachar has also produced two books—"A History of the Jews and "Sufferance is the Badge, dealing with what has happened to the Jewish populations of the world since the Treaty of Versailles, which has just been published. Limited reservations may be obtained at the B'nai B nth office, phone 3-0751. Mr. Weil, in a message to Norman A. Davis, Red Cross chairman, said that the "National Jewish Welfare Board wholeheartedly endorses the campaign. We offer you the cooperation and facilities of our 325 Community Centers and our 225 Army and Navy Committees reaching principle cities of the country. We are urging each of them to give you maximum support. Our organization will render the fullest possible assistance." TROPICAL PARK TO DPEN SEASON FOR 21-DAY MEET Tropical Park, widely known thoroughbred center operated by the Gables Racing Association, will open its annual Winter Meeting and the 1941-42 Florida horse racing season at 2 o'clock Saturday before what is predicted as a record opening day throng of turf and sports followers. To start the 21-day meeting, the first eight-race program will be highlighted by the two annual features, the Inaugural $2,500 Handicap and the Coral Way $1,200 Purse. With well-filled fields throughout the card, the mile racing strip in outstanding condition and the entire plant offering the patrons new and attractive features. Tropical Park looks to a winter meeting which will bring new records of attendance, mutuel play and thoroughbred speed. The chief feature, the S2.500 Inaugural Handicap, will be at six furlongs for 3-ycar-olds and upward. The secondary feature, the Coral Gables. $1,200 Purse, also at six furlongs, will be for 2year-olds. The opening-day card also will offer three other events for sprinters and three races for distance horses, two of the latter at a mile and 70 yards, and one at a mile and one-sixteenth. Referring to the Well-filled card. Racing Secretary Robert S. Shelley pointed to the fact that approximately 2.000 horses from nationally-known stables are quartered at Tropical Park and nearby Hialeah. He said others are now on the way to this area as a result of the Santa Anita race meeting cancellation. With the start of the current meeting, it will be a new Tropical Park that will welcome turf and sports followers. This not only includes a new management comprised of nationally-known turf leaders and sportsmen but also a greatly improved and beautified plant. The new management includes Henry L. Straus as president: A. Charles Schwartz as executive vice-president; Gurnee Munn as vice-president; Charles A. Munn as secretary and treasurer; Ger(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) MANPOWER & RESOURCES PLEDGED TO GOVERNMENT Washington, D. C. — B'nai B'rith's 150,000 men and women and 50,000 young people "stand ready for any and all sacrifices of blood, treasure, talent and toil in defense of our country," Henry Monsky, national president of the oldest and largest national Jewish service and fraternal organization, declared today in a telegram to President Roosevelt. At the same time. Mr. Monsky announced that B'nai B'rith has contributed $5,000 from its national funds to the American Red Cross' $50,000,000 United States War relief fund for civilian aid and services to the armed forces. An additional $45,000 was pledged by Mr. Monsky on behalf of B'nai B'rith units throughout the country who will give through their local Red Cross chapters. Jersusalem (WNS)—Prime Minister Winston Churchill voiced his shock at the recent Rumanian pogroms against Jews, during which many thousands of Jews were ruthlessly murdered, and promised to make a public condemnation of the massacres, in a message received here by the executive of the Vaad Leumi. SSSLJL iSR 9 SSHHBHS &33BL1H



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**.^ %  '***;"5£ %  *Ci-3!i.K^gf% FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1941 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By Milton A. Friedman A-ni si \ far id Ian PAGE SEVEN At the time you read this article I hope all reservations for the installation banquet will have been taken. At this moment of writing reservations are being taken up very rapidly. If you have not as yet put in your reservation call Sam Silver or the Bnai Brith office or myself immediately. This banquet will be the most outstanding in the long history of our Lodge. Everything about it will be different with one exception. That exception is that the food will be excellent. The doors to the dining room will be opened at 7 p. m. a definite improvement over previous years. Speakers will be limited in number and length of address. No one except the main speaker will be permitted to %  8TH ANNUAL OPENING OF LITTLE SAM'S VEGETARIAN AND DAIRY RESTAURANT SUNDAY DEC. 21 AT 5 P. M. WASHINGTON AVENUE BETWEEN 8th AND 9th speak for longer than five minutes. The policy this year will be, the shorter the better. Reservations will be limited in number so first come best seats. After dinner there will be dancing in the ballroom. Or for those who so desire, and there should be plenty of Ben Briths that should come, you may go after the banquet, to the Alcazar Hotel and attend the AZA Sweetheart dance. The main attraction at the banquet of course wili be our distinguished guest speaker. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, the world's foremost Jewish orator. The delegates who attended the Roanoke Dist. convention are still talking about the wonderful address made by Dr. Sachar. He is one of the outstanding men of this day. He has written books, is a professor at the U. of Illinois, was the organizer and present directing genius of the Hillel Foundations throughout this country, and is well known in countless other Jewish endeavors. Don't miss this marvelous opportunity to hear him. So don't forget, you have a date for 7 p. m., Sunday, Dec. 21st, at the Evans Hotel. Send in your reservation "immediately if not sooner." Our membership is still increasing at a satisfactory rate. At the last meeting quite a number of applications were voted upon. However, we still want to keep the ball rolling so tell your friends to join up. Brother Herbert Milncr of the anti-defamation office made a very interesting report at our past meeting relative to the scope of the work of the A. D. L. throughout this country has sent out 25,000 speakers who were heard by seven and one half million people. More than 12,000,000 pamphlets have been distributed. 90,000 individuals were investigated for suspicious conduct MLSA ISLE 'eminotc s JitdkmfU N. W. Mtt AT. I IMk St. I>rivi> out "'. Flwlrr to N. W. 21th A.f., then North to lUl -I. Open 9 A. M. to 8 P, M. %¡ NEDF FLDRIDAS Maamm HERE IS SW NEWS! Now Open to Serve You One Of the Largest and Most Modern VEGETARIAN-DAIRY RESTAURANTS AND BAKERY IN THE SOUTH LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF COLLINS AVENUE AND SEVENTH STREET, MIAMI BEACH, THIS UNUSUAL NEW AIR CONDITIONED RESTAURANT HAS ONE OF THE LARGEST ARRAY OF MIRRORS EVER ATTEMPTED IN AN ESTABLISHMENT SEATING MORE THAN 300 PEOPLE %  Mftl i r —Music by MUZAK. DINNERS from 85c 100% AIR-CONDITIONED POPULAR PRICES A LA CARTE BREAKFASTS AND LUNCHES • OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES IN OUR DAYLIGHT BAKERY The New Rendezvous for Late Snack Lovers Enjoy a Dinner Served as You Have Always Wanted It, In a Truly Beautiful Setting Modern Vegetarian and Dairy Restaurant at the CORNER OF COLLINS AVENUE AND SEVENTH STREET &f MIAMI BEACH &f v „„,„ ne ment of Joe Sobel-Proprietor of the New Avalon Hotel F rr t zzZcL. *. p. -- OCEAN lOPEN DAY AND NIGHT| more than 50,000 names were sent to the F. B. I. for their files. These are coming in handy today in combatting fifth column activities. In Miami the other day 10 men were picked up by the F. B. I. as enemies of this country. The information on half of them came from the files of the local ADL office. My column is up so will close until next week. See you at the banquet Sunday night. ST. REGIS RESTAURANT WILL RE-OPEN AT BEACH TODAY The St. Regis Restaurant, located at 446 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, will re-open for its eleventh consecutive season of service to the public, Friday, December 19th. The restaurant having an established reputation for cuisine and service is equipped to provide the finest of American Jewish foods to suit even the most discriminating of tastes. For ten years it has been under the same Louis Sherry management. SEASON'S GREETINGS MELROSE BEAUTY SALON 3400 N. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 2-0336 Rhode Vacuum Cleaner Co. Authorized Sales & Service Aeenta for Eureka and Premier Duplex Cleaners—Parts and Supplies. Rebuilt cleaners of all makes in slock. 1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-7838 M. 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