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The Jewish Floridian ( December 4, 1942 )

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mni llmi *r nihii % %  iim Inml niiiif i nihii mm %  %  ""• %  %  %  • % %  HIIIIII i-iminiminmiii miiiuiimii mm wJemsh Florid tin c Mfl/w,w TTIhe Jewish iUmH1ty H VOLUME IS—No. 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1942 TO IE MI SPEAKER XT Y INSTALLATION Hnn Pat Cannon. Congressman ti this district, will be the principal speaker at the Y. M. and Y.W.H.A. installation of officer* •n Sunday night, December 8, at jhc "Y" Clubrooms. His theme will be "The Role of the Character Building Agency in the War Bffort." Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will install the following officers: President. Phil Berkowitz; vicepresident, Leo Ackerman; secretary. Al Reisman; treasurer. George Goldberg, and the following board members: Murray Apte. Al Berkowitz, George Chcrtkof. Aaron Edelman. Marty Milstein. Abe Pepper, George Rachlin. Frank Rose. Sam Seitlin, Bernard Sterling, Herman Waitsman, Carl Weinkle, Jules Wilson. Larry Grossberg, Joseph A. Bernian, Nat Blumberg, Harry Schwartz and Fred K. Schochet. Holdovers were: Jack Apte, Dr. Samuel Beckman and E. Albert Pallot. For the Y.W.H.A.: President, Mrs. Albert Reisman; first vice-, president. Mrs. Maurice Sager: second vice-president, Mrs. Julius Jacobs; third vice-president. Mrs. S. B. Miller; treasurer, Mrs. Louis Kotkin; recording secretary, Mrs. Bernard Sterling; corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Lewis Chester' and Miss Frances Ginsberg and | the following board members: j Mesdames Oscar Argintar. Herman Barnett, Joel Belov. Abe Berger, Fanny Dcutsch, Abraham Gold, Maurice Grossman, Samuel Haas, N Jacobs, Minnie Lavine, Macy Levinson, H. Mandel. Gussie Marguliet, Stanley Myers, Ben Rosen, Philip P. Rothschild, Joseph Schaffer, Herman Slepian. Sidney Stepkin and Sam Traug. E. Albert Pallot will be master of ceremonies. Joseph M. Lipton is chairman of the committee. A symphonic string quartet of the University of Miami will furnish the music for the occa\ sion. The public is invited. PRICE 10 CE RABBI JOINS GUERRILLAS TO AVENGE CRIMES OF NAZIS Kuibyshev (WNS) — An old rabbi, spiritual leader of a small Ukrainian town which was invaded and despoiled by Nazi '"<>UN. has joined a Soviet guerrilla unit to avenge the Nazi atrocities against the Jews, it was disclosed here by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee. The aging rabbi urged that he •* assigned to a partisan band operating behind Nazi lines in •he Ukraine. He explained to a ed Army commander: "I want •o avenge the atrocities committed upon the Jews and upon toe Jewish holy scrolls. TinNazis kill our people. They are wild beasts. I shall never forgive •hem that, nor the desecration of ur Torahs. I shall not rest un*!' I wash their filth from our L LEHMAN SAYS PLEDGE OF BALFOUR MUST BE ASSERTED Governor Herbert H. Lehman, who was named by President Roosevelt Saturday as director j of foreign relief and rehibilita-1 tion, declared that the plight of the Jewish people will be so desperate after the war ends that "the survival of large numbers will hinge on the opportunity to find healing and home in Palestine." In a statement which appears in the 1942 Yearbook of the United Palestine Appeal, published today (Tuesday) Governor Lehman said that "the spirit moved the statesmen of the world to embody the Balfour Declaration (Great Britain's pledge for the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine) in the | League of Nations mandate atter the first World War must again assert itself after the present conflict." Governor Lehman, who will direct American efforts for the rehabilitation of subjugated peoples liberated by the Allied armies, observed that promotion of Uv; upbuilding of Palestine would represent a "distinctive contribution to the winning of the peace. DUTCH^IEWISITIIUMORIST AND WRITERjMES IN PRISON London (WNS-ANETA) The death of the well-known Nether„nd9 Jewish writer and humorist, Herman Salomonson in a; prison in German-occupied Hoiland, was reported this week by a reliable confidential source. Salomonson wrote under the pen name of Melis Stoke. He was well acquainted in journalistic drees at the time of the German Lasion of the Netherlands, nTing been head of The Hague Bureau of ANETA. P DEMAND REPRISAL RAIDS ON NAZI CITIES FOR KILLINGS OPEN MICE MEET 21 The Gables Racing Association's Tropical Park, which will again have the honor of opening Florida's winter season of thoroughbred racing on December 21. is rapidly gaining its "best dress" for its second wartime inaugural of World War II. Completely renovated and extensively redecorated, the picturesque thoroughbred racing center already is a scene of much activity with some 500 of the assigned 750 horses already stabled and holding regular workouts. Carrying the silks of Alfred G. Vanderbilt, racing in Florida for the first time; Charles S. Howard. Mrs Emil Denemark. Mrs. Weston W. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Bromley, Hirsch Jacobs and many other famous owners and trainers, the racing contingent at Tropical for the coming 20-day meeting is the best in the track's history. Recent issuance of the first condition book arrays daily programs of eight races and a purse distribution of approximately $70 000 for the first 10 days. The well-balanced daily cards received enthusiastic response lrom the horsemen and Robert S. Shelley racing secretary, announced assurance that each event each day would provide well-filled fields of stars. The meeting will be opened with a double-featured program including the $2,000 inaugural handicap for three-year(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) Jerusalem (WNS)—The formation of special Jewish air corps squadrons to bomb Nazi cities in reprisal for the ruthless slaughter of 2,000,000 Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe was demanded in resolutions adopted by massmeetings throughout Palestine. The meetings were held to condemn the Nazi scheme to exterminate the Jewish population of occupied Europe. The meetings called upon the United Nations to establish Jewish military nits t0 participate with the Allied forces in the eventual invasion of Nazi-held Europe. Protest demonstrations occurred throughout the country with housands of Allied soldiers stationed in the Holy Land participating. Addressing a huge mass-meeting in Tel Aviv, attended by more than 10,000 school children. Mayor Rokach of the all-Jewish city called for the organization of units of "ghetto-breakers" to demolish the ghetto walls in Europe and to liberate the enslaved Jewish communities. Jerusalem (WNS)—The saddened Jewish community of Palestine, horrified by details of the Nazi program of extermination against the millions of Jews in occupied Europe, proclaimed a week of mourning and ordered all Jewish-owned places of entertainment closed for the entireweek. The entire Jewish community joined in observing Wednesday. December 2. as a day of fasting: and special prayers for the millions of innocent and helpless victims. Throughout the week h< Hebrew press appeared ith heavy black borders on its pagts. All Jewish owned enterprise)" were closed from noon to mid night on December 2 to permi' Jews to observe the national day : of mourning. The Jewish National Asscmblv appealed to the democratic notions of the world and to the (Vatican to do everything possible to save the Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe from total extern" nation by the Nazis. Chief Rahh. Herzog visited the Papal Nun.. and informed him of the Nazi plans to speed up their annimla %  tion of the Jewish people. The* Papal Nuncio was reportedh sympathetic and assured thf I Chief Rabbi that the information would be immediately transmit ted to the Vatican. Protest demonstrations occur red throughout the country. Om demonstration in Tel Aviv called upon all Jews to avenge Jewish blood "shed on a scale unprecedented in the darkest period of Jewish history." The Heorew press in Palestine appealed to the United Nations to organize an international! I movement to save at least the | Jewish children from Nazi I slaughter. The Hebrew newspaper Habojker commented: "Why don't the [ radios of London. Washington. I and Moscow broadcast in Ger! man that the whole German najtion will be held responsible for the extermination of the Jew* and will pay for it? Why doesn't the Vatican radio call upon tht Christian world to protest against the Nazi slaughter of innocent Jewish men. women and children'" SPECIAL THANKSGIVING DAY SERVICES FOR JEWISH AEF London (WNS) — Special Thanksgiving Day services for Jewish soldiers serving with the United States Army in London were held at the great Synagogue in the West End of London with the Jewish Lord Mayor, Sir Samuel Joseph, and Chiet Rabbi Hertz in attendance. A number of notable Jews and non-Jews attended the special services, said to be the first in the history of the Jewish community here. The Synagogue was crowded with soldiers and officers. CHIEF RABBI OF AMSTERDAM DEPORTED TO EAST EUROPE London (WNS)—Reliable private advices reaching the Dutch news agency in London this week said Chief Rabbi Lodewijk B Sarlouis of Amsterdam and Max Bolle, secretary of the Jewish Council, had "left Amsterdam with their families." The report was believed to indicate that they had been deported by the Germans to eastern Europe. Dr. Sarlouis, 58 years old, has been Rabbi of the Grand Synagogue of Amsterdam since 1912 and Chief Rabbi of the Netherlands Israelite Community for the Amsterdam district since 1936. ] i %  .'isjS r -5y>. HH



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PAGE TWO +Jenisti flcridllan FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1942 Social • • Personals • • Clubs Organizations Loyalty Club. Emunah Chap-1 Dr. Edward Roth, well-known ter 175. Order of the Eastern Star, physician of Miami Beach for the will have their annual quota party in the form of a luncheon to be held Sunday. December 6. at 1 p. m.. at the Garden Restaurant. 2235 S. W. Eighth street. The committee in charge are Mrs. Lena Simon, toastmaster; Mrs. Lillian Beckwitt, gifts; Mrs. Rae Frank, hospitality; Mrs. Green, decorations, and Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, song leader. The invocation will be given by Mrs. Bertha Halpern. Other members who have made their yearly -quota and their guests are: Mrs. Anne Wucher and Mr. Morris Frank. Worthy Matron and Patron; Messrs. Jack. Lloyd and Irving Wucher; Miss Charlotte Frank. Mr. Harma Liebowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Davidoff. Miss Kalia Saunders, Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Beckwitt. Hortense and Beatrice Beckwitt. Mrs. Maxwell Rosenthai. Mr. and Mrs. I. Reisman. Mrs. Sarah Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gottesman. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Somberg. Edward Somberg. Mrs. Sarah Meyer. Mrs. Molly Nadelbaum. Mrs. Alta Schwartz. Mrs. Tilly Zucker. Mr. and Mrs. Jack and A1 v i n Schwartz. Mr. Max Halpern. Mr. Bernard Simon. Mr. Harry Green. Miss Harriet Goldman. Mr. Stanley Jamison. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jamison. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Syman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Levi. Miss Shirley Jamison, Mr. Bernard and Miss Rochelle Belenky, Mr. and Mrs. Molly Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mrs. Falkenstein, Mrs. Micael Arnold. Mrs Frances Waschoff and Miss Shirley Meyer. Officers of the Loyalty Club are: Lena Simon, president; Etta Davidoff. vice-president, and Deborah Meyer, secretary-treasurer. • • • Irving Gorringer. 19. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gerringer, 4397 North Michigan avenue, Miami Beach, left for Orlando Wednesday to be inducted into the services of the United States Marine Corps. —Buy War Bonds loaay— past 10 years, is now in Omaha, Nebr., with the Maritime Service. He was recently commissioned as passed assistant surgeon in the United States Public Health Service. This is equivalent to the army rank of captain. Dr. Roth, attending physician at St. Francis Hospital, is also a member of the National, State and Dade County Medical Societies. In addition to his duties in Omaha he is attending the medical service under Dr. Bliss, chief of medicine at University of Nebraska Medical School, in non-profit work. Dr. Roth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Roth of Miami Beach. At the Workmen's Circle Branch 692. Friday. December 4. a lecture will be given by Mr. Aaron Tort, ORT representative. Sunday, December 6, at 5 p. m.. a supper will be held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Siegel, who are celebrating their thirtyfifth wedding anniversary. Tuesday, December 8. a special meeting for the nomination and election of officers will be held. All the above meetings will be at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum at 25 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. • • • Lieutenant Peter Garvett has returned to his station in San Antonio, Texas, after spending a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Garvett. • • • The Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine. Club No. 2. will have a Hanuka party December 9, at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington avenue. Cantor Mamches will light the candle and sing the prayer. • • • The marriage of Hilda H. Feit to Happy Salus will take place Sunday, December 6, at the home of Mr. Salus, 1945 N. W. Thirtyninth street. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. All friends are invited. • • • Mrs. Patterson and daughter, Julie, are spending several days with Samuel Patterson, who recently enlisted in the army and is now stationed at Amarillo. Texas. Miss Evelyn S. Malmud Mr. and Mrs Morris Malmud, 463 S. W. 28th road, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Evelyn S. Malmud, to Master Sgt. Herbert S. Joseph, U. S. A., son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Joseph, 721 15th street, Miami Beach. The wedding will take place Dec. 6 in Temple Israel with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating at the ceremony at 4 p. m. Miss Malmud attended schools in Philadelphia and the University of Miami. Sergeant Joseph attended New York University, where he was a member of Phi Sigma Delta. He is stationed at Camp Stewart, Ga. The bride was attended by Mrs. Evelyn Silverman, sister of the bridegroom, as matron of honor; Miss Doris Malmud, her sister, maid of honor; Miss Anita Malmud, bridesmaid. Jack Silverman was best man. ''" H if ? SSj^ti 1 THE GAROENOF MEMORIES mourn IUB0 FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS: How Convenient Is It? Mount Nebo is only 10 minutes from your home by car. Easily accessible by bus to the cemetery in practically the same time. How Close to the Front Can You Get a Plot? Choice plots are available in Mount Nebo right in the extreme front of the grounds— not a half mile from the entrance. Does the Cemetery Have Walks? Or do people have to climb over graves to reach their plots? Every private plot in Mount Nebo fronts on a three foot path. Mount Nebo is beautifully landscaped; the grass is kept fresh with automatic lawn sprinklers. You could make no finer choice for your family. IPs Perpetual Care Title Inaurance Lota may be purehaaed on convenient terma Business Office 1014 Olympia Blag. 3-5132 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU 111 TOWER THEATRE AIR-CONDITIONED ft. W. Sth St. at 15th Friday and Matinee Only Saturday, December 4-5 'ESIHPE mom HOnGKOHG" WITH LEO CARILLO DON TERRY ANDY DEVINE • • • Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Tues.. Dec. 5-8 VERONICA LAKE FREDRIC MARCH ROBT. BENCHLEY IN I HURRIED B UJIICH" WITH SUSAN HAYWARD The Spinoza Forum will meet this Saturday afternoon, 2 to 5 p. m., on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf son. 11th street, between Collins avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. All music lovers are urged to come early and listen in to the beautiful opera La Traviata, broadcasted from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. A 4 p. m. there will be a brief talk by Lawrence E. Schlecter of New York. All are welcome. • e • Monday. December 7, at 8 p. m.. the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold a joint meeting with the men's club of the Center, at which time the Men's Club will present a flag to the Center, given by Mr. Herman Glasser. Joseph Berman, president of the Men's Club, will preside at the installation of the officers of the sisterhood. Rabbi Bension will offer prayer, community singing led by Cantor Abraham Wolf and entertainment will follow. Nat H. Hankoff will be master of ceremonies. • • • Under the supervision of Rabbi S. M. Machtei, and with Mr. Max Silver acting as Kohain, the Pidyon Haben of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Perry took place last Sunday afternoon at 227 E. San Marino Drive, Miami Beach. Later the same afternoon at the Jackson Memorial Hospital, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Gordon, 4575 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, and yesterday afternoon,, at the Victoria Hospital, the ritual circumcision of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Kaplan. 1034 Michigan avenue, Miami Beach, took place. • • • Mrs. Ethel Krakow passed away last week at the age of 58. A resident of Miami for three years at 1560 S. W. Fifth street, she leaves her husband. Henry, of Miami, and a brother. Isaiah, of Chicago. Services were held at the Gordon Funeral Chapel Thursday and interment was in Chicago. • • • Stanley Zalis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis, 562 N. W. Fortyeighth street, recently enlisted in the armed forces as yeoman third class and is stationed in Jacksonville, Fla. A Chanukah Festival and Literary evening sponsored by the Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. No. 1, is scheduled for Sunday afternoon. Dec 6th. at 2:30. It will take place at the Yeshiva Educational Center. 846 Michigan Ave. An admission of 50 cents will be charged, with the entire proceeds going to the Palestine Emergency Fund. Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Henry Seitlin the program will include a talk on Chanuka by Mrs. Freed man; Candle Lighting by Miss Bea Rothstein; a reading of Sholem Aleichem's Chanuka Gelt by Mrs. M. Shubok; reading by Mrs. Sonia Berbert. well known poetess, one of her own compositions, and an address by Mrs. R. Rothstein on the Importance of the Palestine Emergency Fund. e e e Word was received here last Friday of the death of Mr. I. Wise of Sharon, Pa., at the age of 71. Among members of his family surviving him are twin sons, A. M. and A. L. Wise, and another son, Albert Wise, formerly of West Palm Beach. All are located in Miami in the clothing business. e • • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis of Baltimore have arrived at Miami Beach, where they will spend their twelfth winter here. They reside at the Polo Apartments. New York (WNS)—Miss Naomi Chertoff of this city, daughter of Dr. Paul Chertoff, associate professor of Rabbinics at the Jewish Theological Seminary, was elected national president of Junior Hadassah, the young women's Zionist Organization of America, at the conclusion of its nineteenth annual convention. Delightful Accommodations Live in Miami'i Fineat Section 1846 N. B. 4th Avenue, near 19th St., pne hiiM-k from Blacayne Blvd.. overlooking the Hay. Nicely furnished, airy, sunny rooms; quiet, refined and Inviting:. Lunce lobby and sun porch for your comfort. REST HAVEN HOSPITAL "Where Patients are Guests" Superviaion of Mra. Joe K. Newton Hot and Cold Running Water in Every Room 47 N. W. 32nd Place. Ph. 4-6952 EXCELLENT HEBREW TEACHER By Fully Qualified. Competent and Experienced Instructor HYMAN H. 1419 MERIDIAN AVENUE HAIMAN MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PHONE 5-0654 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION IN YOUR HOME SPECIAL BAR MITZVAH PREPARATION JOSEPH J. RAWLSON UPHOLSTERY. SLIP COVER AND DRAPERY SHOPS ANNOUNCE OUR NEW LOCATION Entrance to Federal Arcade—Half Block W of N. Miami Ave 35 N. W. FIRST ST. ( PHONE 3-8959 We Have Just Added a Brand-New Line of DECORATIVE FABRICS 1 \ I) ^, .-• &&&: %  PLAN ON ATTENDING Y. M. H. A. Eleventh Annual Dance THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10th CORAL GABLES GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB CY WASHBURN. HIS ORCHESTRA AND ENTERTAINMENT MEET YOUR FRIENDS RENEW OLD ACQUAINTANCES



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PPJDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1942 *Jewistnori(fian MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI (This weekly feature la prepared nubile relations committee of • %  I.. t A-ri a ml V u *'V h •? ,'n U.r Miami Army and Navy *" Sittra of the National Jewl.sh gSffre Board. The committee. In"'Ha William I. Boxerman. clutlr'""'^ it,V. amln Bronston. Wed K. Sf"h,. arid Paul Weitzman. irniitrlbutlons to this column are J&mtd particularly In the form of SST ...lived here from Greater 5iml bojn now In the service.) A Bombardier's Courage We couldn't tell the story about one of our Jacksonville Jewish boys any better than did ,h c National Jewish Welfare Board in recording it, so here yarn from their war records: They were loading U. S. Flying Fortsesses with five hundredpound bombs in the pitch-blackness of a war-time English night. Five of the heavy monsters had been fused and were in the bomb racks • The bomb handlers were readying four more, finning and fusing them, fitting shackles over them prior to hoisting them into the bomb bay. Now the tenth bomb, already fused, was being examined by an air corps corporal from Jacksonville. Fla. Corporal Julius Goldlatt heard a sinister sound. He knew at once that the spring of the tail fuse had popped back against the fin He was armed' "Bomb armed! Bomb armed!" shouted Goldblatt. It was a question of seconds, seconds in which to decide whether to run or take chances The corporal did not hesitate He jumped to the tail of the bomb, quickly unscrewed the fuse, hurled it far across the runway where it detonated harmlessly. Corporal Goldblatt, whose pals are trying to see that he gets a medal for this display of courage, is a bombardier Originally he planned to be a flying cadet, but they turned him down because of his age. then placed him in Class 1-B because of his PALMER Funoral Chapel 2001 W. FLAGLER ST. A X A C N E CE 9-2664 3 SIMPLE STEPS to RELIEVE That Dull. Ache All Over Feelinq of a COLD Alka-Seltzer ABC METHOD A — Alka-Seltzer, start taking it at once to relieve the Dull, Aching Head, and the Stiff, Sore Muscles. B— Be careful, avoid drafts and sudden changes in temperature. Rest — preferably in hed. Keep warm, eat sensibly, drink plenty of water or fruit juices. Be sure to get enough Vitamins. C — Comfort your Sore, Raspy Throat, if caused by the cold, by gargling with Alka-Seltzer. If fever develops, or symptoms become more acute call your doctor. ALKA-SELTZER is a pain relieving, alkalizing tablet, pleasant w take and unusually effective in •etion. '('ake it for Headache, Muscular ratai and for Indigestion, Gas on Stomach, when caused by excess "omach acid. At your drug store — Large Package 60*. Small package 30*. y the glass at soda fountains. teeth They later raised the age limit, and he tried again but he turned 28 before they acted on his application. "So I took the next best thing." Julius explained, "and enlisted in the air corps ordnance ... We boys forget all about our troubles and hard work when we are loading a Fort, because we feel then that we are doing good." It's a far cry from the old days for Goldblatt. anyhow He used to work in a retail liquor store Thumbnail Sketches Corp. Murray Kalich is in an anti-aircraft unit with the army in Brooklyn. Not so lone, ago, according to a loiter which he wrote his mother, he made a trip to Rio de Janeiro in the line of duty Philip Kaplan holds a commission as a first lieutenant in the field artillery and is stationed at Fort Bragg. Lieut. Robert B. Levin flew into town this week from McGregor, Texas, where he is in charge of all inspection work at a large ordnance plant Zob, who is just as modest and as genial as his dad, Ike, has been going steadily up the military ladder since his graduation from Georgia Taeli. Arthur H. Courshon testifies to the value of training as a civilian pilot under the supervision of the Civil Aeronautics Board While attending the University of Florida he took such training and now is finding it most useful as an aviation cadet in the army air corps After a law course at the University of Florida. Courshon was sent to the classification center at Nashville. Tenn. Jack Cohen has enlisted in the U. S. Navy Morris Katz is in the army air forces at Stuttgart, Ark. with the troop carrier squadon Katz has done no small amount of traveling since he en listed September 8. having been sent successively to Camp Upton. N. Y.. Louisville. Ky.. and San Antonio. Texas. Robert Goldstein, who enlisted last July in the marine corps, has completed his basic training at Harris Island and is now attending a communication school of the signal corps Harold Goldstein, his brother, also entered service in July and is a cadet in the army air corps. Plans are being completed for the dedication of a service plaque, to contain the names of all Jewish men and women from this area in the armed forces. If you have a friend or relative in service will you please cooperate by phoning the name to 3-6306. or addressing it to Mr. Boxerman at 330 Seybold Building? We would like to have the list of names as complete and as accurate as possible. TROPICAL PARK TO OPEI RACE MEET 21 PAGE THREE (CONTINUED PROM PAG £ It olds and upward at six furlongs and the $1000 South Miami purse for two-year-olds, also at six furlongs. Contrary to many misstated rumors. Tropical Park's location on the edge of Coral Gables and within a short distance of regular municipal bus lines, assures the patrons of reasonable transportation under wartime conditions. With i 1 : area now offering its great %  • civilian population in history, Henry L. Straus. Tropical Park president, predicted that "the meeting will enjoy a gtf success than the pessimistic would like to believe and thori ughbred racing again will play its major role in answer to the t ite's tax problems." Patrons also will see a much improved racing strip as it has been minutely groomed under the supervision of John Keegan, new track superintendent. Early arrivals among the horsemen agree to its improvement which offers a softer track cushion for the racers. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES BY HARRY SCHWARTZ GALA PARTY OF Y WILL BE EVENT OF NEXT THURSDAY Talk around the "Y" circles centers around the eleventh annual dance to be held at the Coral Gables Country Club next Thursday evening. December 10. at 9 o'clock. This event is now an annual institution and many of the oldtimers look forward for a reunion of friendship and acquaintances. The committee has worked incessantly to make this an outstanding affair. It has procun d Cy Washbum and his Miami Biltmore orchestra for the occasion. This is one of the outstanding orchestras in this area. Many of the members have been with big-name bands in New York and the metropolitan district. The sale of tickets is very encouraging, according to Al Berkowitz, chairman of the committee. Many special events and contests will be featured. Tickets are SI.10. For reservations call the Y.M.H.A.. 3-4012. Thanksgiving Entertainment I is to form a Cub Troop for boys Outstanding Affair to sponsor wholesome and nocesFor the first time in the ansary recreational activities. nals of the Y.M.H.A. doors had I Don t Forget to be closed last Wednesay night | The "Y" installation of officer! to prevent overcrowding and Sunday night, December 6. Hon. fire risks at our building. Over Pat Cannon will be the principal 350 persons attended the beauli-I speaker. ful Thanksgiving ceremony in I Annual "Y" dance Thursday. co-operation with the Greater December 10. at the Coral Gables Miami Rabbinical Association Country Club Make your reser The principal speaker was Chap-! vations now. lain Camillus Angel of the Army ; BOWLING Air Corps, who stressed the fact! Y.M.H.A. Duckpin Bowling that civilians can do a great deal League. No. 1 Group, started last to help win the war. Rabbis! week at the Palace Bowling CorKaplan. Mcscheloff. Zwibnan and nor. Teams are: COMMUNITY PAYS TRIBUTE PROMINENT MIAMI RABBI Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. in Miami. Florida SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT 1BTABI.IPHIO W !•*• ATPKOVin PANITARrOM with CheerMl Hold MaraspMrt r „ Rut. OMVattMSOt, Chronic nd Aenta MH1 • SSundr Sporu. Rrt.oo.. A W WJ.1B Pr**. M lh r.nrt. MtoMi. ITS •. W Phone 4166B Filling to overflow capacity the large auditorium of the Beth David Talmud Torah. more than 350 people turned out to pay tribute to Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Beth David. The reception tendered by the Beth David Sisterhood to both Rabbi jand Mrs. Shapiro for the entire 'community marked 10 years the Rabbi had served Miami's Pioneer Congregation as its spiritual head and its representative in communal activity. In a series of brief addresses, leaders of various phases of communal activity paid tribute in eloquent remarks citing the accomplishments and achievements of Rabbi Shapiro. Speakers included Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Mr. Sidney H Palmer, Mr. Louis Heiman. Master Elmer Oliphant. Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mr. Stanley C. Myers was chairman of the evening Rabbi Shapiro responded in an address to the audience and delivered a timely and inspiring message. Musical selections were presented by Miss Dons Feldman and Miss Ruth Brotman accompanied by Miss Anyuta Mehcov. Telegrams of congratulations were read. The committee was headed by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and she was assisted by Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Isadore Fine. Mrs S. M Goodman. Mrs. Jake Engler, Mrs. Sadye Rose and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Machtei took part in the ceremony. A talkie dim entitled "Dream of My People." featuring the late Cantor Rosenblatt, was shown. Maurice Grossman was chairman of the evening. Joint Meeting of Service League and Victory Belles A joint meeting of the Victory Belles and the Miami Service League will be held at the "Y" next Monday evening. December 7, at 8:30 o'clock. Matters of vital importance concerning both organizations will be discussed. All members of the Service League and all Victory Belles are requested and urged to attend. I Mixed Children's Group Formed at "Y" Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces that a mixed group of boys and girls is now in the process of being formed. The ages range from 10 to 13. All children interested, please register at the "Y" office. Cub Troop Last week we sent notices out to parents of boys 9. 10 and 11 years of age. The purpose is to form a Cub Troop. The response has been very gratifying. All parents of boys between the ages mentioned above, please notify Mr. Grossman and as soon as details are completed a meeting will ^e called. The purpose of this Ranger s—George Chertkol. captain; George Rachlin, Sam Neufeld, Sam Weber and Sid Kaplan. Supermen — Allie Berky, captain; Frank Rose, Hal Berky. Herman Waitsman and Pete Silverman. Bombardiers—Marty Milstein. captain; Murray Apte. Milton Friedman. Ted Bramson and Gene Weiss. Hi-Fliers—Al Reisman, captain Mike Mirelson, Sol Weinkle, Bill Segal and Jack Geyer. Tigers—Abe Berky, captain; Larry Grossberg, Jules Wilson. Joe Berman and Nat Blumberg. Commandos—H a I Levinson, captain; Sam Seitlin. Sam Badanes. Jack Apte and Harry Moss. The No 2 Group, which started Nov. 23. includes: Flamingos — Marty Schwartz, captain; Izzy Schemer. H. Gordon, Ben Silver, R. Clein and Al Moses. Canadian Aces — Myron Newman, captain: Sam Weider. Bob Miller. Herby Kaslick. Matkms and Ed Rubin. Flondians — George Cohen, captain: George Greenberg. Ed Van Dam, Jack Levin, Bob Bo din and Lackerman. Miamians—Al Weiner. captain. R. Lubel. Ben Clein. M. Mo;es .id. %  Sii gel and S. Kostroff. AN OPEN LETTER Through the courtesy of the Jewish Floridian. I avail myself of the opportunity to extend my gratitude to the many members and friends who participated in the lovely reception that was tendered to me last Sunday night. To me. it expressed an act of faith and an affirmation in the ideals we strive to uphold in our community. I also extend my thanks to the many individuals and organizations for their wellwishes and greetings. Sincerely yours. HABBI MAX SHAPRIO. 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PAGE FOUR *• knist fkridltin FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942 V tf* Jewislh IFIanldMaiin PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES ]1 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1942 KISLEV 25, 5703 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 48 LOCALITIES Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Beth David has rounded out a decade of service to his pulpit and community. Tendered a reception this week-end, a huge turnout was present to hear tributes deservedly paid. Ten years is a long time and a man in the rabbinical field must be able to produce and achieve results. He must be able to satisfy 43 variety of minds and tastes. Rabbi Shapiro has so done. He has put forth much effort and should derive much satisfaction from that effort Miami is fortunate in having Rabbi Shapiro in its midst. The turnout last week demonstrated the community's feelings. Miami is determined to keep him in its midst for many years to come. Last month, when communities all over the country were holding large meetings on the observance of Balfour Day and Zionists everywhere were on the job, Miami was conspicuous by its state of quietude. What has happened to the Greater Miami Zionist District? Will it ever awaken from the lethargy into which it has fallen? Will it come out of its present coma? Will it ever secure undivided attention of capable leadership to take it forth fiom its present doldrums? Miami needs an active Zionist body! Mark Max, long a figure in this area, always in the forefront in civic undertakings, was honored recently by the government in having presented to him the first award in the State of Florida, the OPA Certificate of Merit for "Untiring and Unselfish Service" as head of Miami's War Price and Rationing Boards. Miami Jewry can well be proud of its representative playing such a prominent part in this wartime role. LEHMAN'S NEW POST The appointment by President Roosevelt of Governor Lehman of New York to the post of director of relief for populations liberated by the United Nations is one that should give general pleasure. It is a post in some respects analogous to that held by Herbert Hoover in the first World War but the analogy goes only a certain distance. Hoover's task was largely to feed our own allies, though towards the end of the war it somewhat broadened in scope. But Lehman's post is pointed first on the populations which have been tyranized over and bled by the Axis. The task to which Governor Lehman has been assigned is not only a great opportunity in humanitarianism but it has definite strategic possibilities toward winning the war. General Goering has said that the Germans would rather have cannons than butter. We shall perhaps see sooner than expected how true this continues to be true of the Germans. The North Africans now know that they will be fed. This news will be the most potent kind of propaganda to spread to Italy and to the conquered peoples and we may be sure that the Axis will do everything possible to prevent the spreading of this news. For the news that they may cease starving as soon as they have thrown off the Nazi yoke will make all of these peoples pull all the harder—pull desperately— to throw it off. Governor Lehman may accomplish with bread much towards removing the necessity of at least some of the bullets. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREyjtMtty Confidential -By PHTNEAS J. BIRONKashrus on the Beach has once again become a battlefield on which individuals are trying to vent their personal spleen. We have been keeping a watchful eye on the situation and in the near future look forward to commenting more fully on the matter. CAPITAL LETTER By CHARLES BENSON Anti-alien forces have won a | cheap but empty victory in Con1 gross. The fight, if fight it can j be called, came over President Roosevelt's request for power to suspend certain laws when they interfered with the war effort. As introduced, the administraj lion's bill would have given the : President power to stop the working of any law dealing with 1 the movement of persons, goods j or information into or out of the country. The President sent his message to Congress just before election day, and bills were introduced in both houses just afterwards. In the excitement of the session, no one paid them much attention. But a week or so later when the election fever had died down and Congressmen were reacting to the administration defeat, the proposal came in for angry discussion. Certain newspapers and Congressmen pointed out that "the free movement of B ersons into or out of the nited States" clearly covered the immigration laws and that if the bill passed. President Roosevelt would be empowered to let anyone at all into the country, without regard for quotas, oriental clauses or quarantine regulations. If he wanted to. Administration sympathizers pointed out that under this war power the President could do any number of unlikely things— such as commanding the Army and Navy to abandon all their weapons except blow-guns and attack the Germans in Patagonia. Spokesmen for the President outlined how the strict requirements of certain laws interfered with the war effort. Attorney General Francis Biddle told how the immigration laws as they now stand would require the payment of an $8 head tax on every Nazi prisoner or British student f iilot brought into this country. 1 t was explained that the neces] sity for immigration inspection I was delaying the work of foreign ^ representatives landed by the Air Transport Command in cities where aliens do not usually enter the country. Nor was the secrecy of confidential missions easy to preserve through the immigration inspectors* cross-examination, he said. Mr. Biddle pointed out that no one could predict exactly what laws might have to be suspended as the war took unexpected turns, but the President needed broad powers to act swiftly when it became apparent that some clause or section was seriously impeding the war effort. Rarely if at all. he said, would it be necessary to suspend a whole statute. But the subcommittee in charge of the bill could not see it Mr. Biddle's way. There were speeches and newspaper columns about "floods of immigrants" and "preserving our standard of living" and "dictorial powers." So the subcommittee threw out the administration bill. It wrote a bill of its own to provide what it considered necessary "safeguards" and "controls." The new bill—at this writing before the Ways and Means Committee—differs from the old one largely in its attempt to limit the President's power to admit aliens. It requires that any aliens admitted by Presidential permission must be necessary to the war effort and must be requested by the Secretary of War or other specified officials important to the fighting forces. It states that nothing in the bill must be construed as allowing aliens to enter for permanent residence, and provides that any admitted must leave within six months after the powers granted in the bill have been withdrawn. In this connection, rather than permit the President to retain these newly-granted powers until the end of the war, the subcommittee saw fit to provide that they come to the end on the earliest of these three dates: December 31, 1943; the day after the President proclaims the end of the war, or the date specified in a joint resolution of Congress. A little analysis shows that the new bill differs little from the old, or administration version. Certainly the President is not going to bring any aliens into the country unless they will be useful to the war effort—though to judge from complaints of manpower shortage, almost anyone can readily be included in that category. As for the required "request" from a war official, it is about equally certain that the President makes no important move in such matters as immigration without consulting the appropriate officials, or even without a specific request from one or more of them. The President does not pull his policies out of a hat. Again: it seems useless to specify that the President cannot grant permission for aliens to reside here permanently, since his request was only for power until the end of the war. No one has suggested that Congress be barred from legislating on immigration after the war. About the only significant provision in the new bill is that Congress may effectively withdraw the powers by joint resolution. Of course, Congress can repeal any law it makes, but the President might veto a repealer, so that a two-thirds majority would be necessary in both houses to override him. He cannot veto a joint resolution. But if Congress were sufficiently disgusted with the President's use of his powers for a majority to want to withdraw them, that majority could tie his hands so effectively that he would have to accede to its wishes anyhow. So, all in all, Congress seems to have made a considerable pother over nothing at all. It was a good indication of the importance of the rewriting in the bill that the New York Times insisted on speaking of the "safeguards" and "controls" in quotation marks. THE MILITARY FRONT Whoever is responsible for such headlines as "47,0X10 Jews in Palestine All-Jewish Regiment Poised to Strike at Axis" deserves to be court-martialed ... It is an open secret that there are hardly 10,000 Jewish soldiers from Palestine in British combat units, although many more than that have volunteered for active service Two approaches: Louis Adamic, in a serious and well-written article in a recent issue of The New Palestine, discusses the pros and cons ol a Jewish Army and projects still further his pet idea of a Legion of Freedom for nationals of countries that have fallen prey to the Nazis ... In his article he speaks in a most respectful tone of the Committee for a Jewish Army ... In the same issue the editor launches an attack on that same Jewish Army Committee COMMENT Credit Emil Ludwig, the noted biographer, for pointing out that the crucial difference between Vichyous Laval and General de Gaulle is illustrated by the fact that de Gaulle has a German bullet in his body, and Laval a French one Walter Winchell's diagnosis of the Laval case is that "maybe the habit of double-crossing people has become so strong that he's double-crossing himself" Harry Hershfield's latest brainwave is an epitaph for Hitler's gravestone: "Here lies the body of Adolph Hitler—this as absolutely my last territorial demand" The Walt Disney movie originaDy called "Donald Duck in Nuttstyland" changed its name after the sensational success of the song called "Der Fuehrer's Face," released in a recording before the picture was shown And the film has earned Mr. Disney the abiding hatred of all the Nazi bigwigs, who will never forgive him or Donald Duck the insult to Adolph The advance guard of the annual New York crop of predictions is already appearing The first we've seen claims to come from India, where the yogis are said to be announcing that Germany will collapse this winter and peace will be signed in the spring JEWISH NEWS Congratulations to the National Committee for Jewish Book Week on its trilingual Annual, containing articles in English, Hebrew and Yiddish on Jewish literary topics It's a swell job ... An inspiring Chanukah celebration will take place at New York's Central Synagogue this Sunday, when the New York Federation of Reform Temples will hold a Massing to the Flag Rally, with members of the Jewish War Veterans supplying the modern Maccabean touch Governor Herbert H. Lehman—beg pardon, we mean exGovernor—is expected to be the main speaker We wish the text of Dr. Albert Einstein's speech at the last dinner of the Jewish Council for Russian War Relief could be sent to all those who still persist in trying to undermine AmericanRussian friendship ... It might make them think, and change their attitude THE ARTS Dinah Shore is pretty busy in Hollywood these days, but she took a little time off to make a couple of new Victor recordings The result is a delightful double disc bringing you the Shore rendition of "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" and "Manhattan Serenade" That charming violinist seen playing away in Carnegie Hall with the National Orchestra Association orchestra under the baton of Leon Barzin is Sari Frumkin, daughter of Morris Frumkin, the Milwaukee and New York attorney who gives so much of his time to Jewish communal causes Private Elias Newman of the U. S. Army—in civilian life the painter of those beautiful Palestinian scenes—reports with glee that so far he hasn't peeled a potato We hope his luck holds out His fondest hope is that the Army will adopt the slogan "No K. P. for Private Newman" ABOUT PEOPLE That handsome private whose good looks put all the Army officers in the shade at the Stock Club the other night was Alfred Crown, who at this time last year was down in South America on a Good Neighbor mission It's the proudest boast of Jack Cohn, head of Columbia Pictures, that his career has taken him from Park Avenue to Park Avenue He lives in the ritziest part of the Avenue now—but the Park Avenue block he was bom on was at that time anything but swanky, being just a street flanking the railroad tracks Walter Jacobs, of the famous Jacobs Family of hoteliers, has a new partner—none other than Al Jolson himself The hotel the two of them share is named Hampshire House, although it's on the outskirts of Miami Beach We presume it's called that in honor of Walter's beautiful New Hampshire hotel, Tarleton House, which has been taken over by the Army Latest name to be linked with Hedy Lamarr's is that of Hollywood producer S. P. Eagle, who is distinguished from all other producers by the fact that his initials don't stand for any first or middle name, but simply serve to recall that his moniker used to be Spiegel .. Elaine Barrie, the former Elaine Jacobs, who was the last Mrs. John Barryrnre, sold her husband's California house and furnishings in the hope of getting enough of a bankroll to produce a play featuring herself on Broadway Reports are that she got much less cash than she expected—but she's planning to come to Broadway anyway WEEKLY GIGGLE Leonard Lyons tells the story of a Norwegian farmer vis(CONTINUKO ON PAOE ) U : Si& : :.£ft£v*



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1942 -Jew 1st fkrMbn PAGE FIVE With the Houses of Worship SKi^FX? 1 !" 08 at 6 o'clock; Late Services at 8:15 P. M. SATURDAYS at 9:00 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. n&Vr v IJ£3!2§!£ ,S at 10:0 A M : Religious School Monday-Thursday. 3:45 DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A. M. and 6:15 P. M' CONG BETH DAVID .N w. Third Ave., Miami MA v SHAPIRO. Kabbl p^idenM I'hone. -117 IX>ITIM HATMAN. Cantor •If N W. 3rd AY.. Ph. -!* Chanukah Service* The late Friday evening serSCHAAREI ZEDEK (OATES OF mtrrioB) 1645 S. W. ThlH Street Miami. Klorld* TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. K. 19th St. Ph. 2-7745 KAIII1I JACtHl II KAPLAN. Ph.D. Itahbi Emeritus 996 Indian Creek Drive Miami Ileach Ph. 6-1205 RABBI COUIAN A. ZWITMAN 5480 I*fiorce Drlce. Miami Beach Phone 1-1711 vices will include special prayers L Chanukah and for the immediate liberation of all Nations enwlfed by the Nazis and for free* Am of the Jewish peoples everywhere. Rabbi Max Shapiro d Cantor Louis Hayman. assisted by the Beth David choir, will officiate. The guest speaker during the services will be Aaron Tart, executive director of the "Ort," who is visiting Greater Miami Jewish Federation on behalf of his institution. He will discuss the subject. "The Jew in a Changing World." This survey will cover the present crisis in European Jewry. Immediately after the services, Mrs. Ernestine Dermer will serve as hostess as a reception in honor of her grandson's arrival Shabboc Chanukah During the services this Saturday morning at 8:30 which marks the Sabbath of Chanukah. the rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the theme, "Chanukah—A Lesson in Self-Education." Junior congregational services will be conducted at 10:30 a. m. These services are in charge of David Jacobs, Bernard Dickson, and Freddie Heineman. The rabbi expounds the "Portion of Law" and its applications to the present trends in organized life. A Kiddush is served by the Sisterhood immediately after the services under the chairmanship of Mrs. Nathan Greenberg. Adults as well as children are invited to participate in these services. Sh-Losh-Seudos During the "Sh-Losh—Seudos services and immediately after Mincha, the rabbi will lead in a discussion, "Ancient and Modern Maccabees." The Sh-Losh-Suedos is under the supervision of Nathan Bader. United Chanukah Celebration The hoys and girls of our Sunday School, together with the other Sunday Schools in this area, will participate in a United Chanukah celebration at the Capitol Theater this Sunday at 10 a. m. All children are to go directly to the Capitol Theater. Congregational Dinner Beth David Congregation cordially invites its members and their ladies to be guests of the congregation at their annual dinner this Sunday evening promptly at 6 o'clock. At this annual affair the congregation will act as hosts to its members. Election of officers and directors will take place. A fine program has been arranged. This dinner is under the chairmanship of Nat Zalka and his committee, Jack August and Harry O. Rabe. Refuah Shlaema We extend our blessings of an immediate cure to Isadore Langner and Max Halpern who are at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Yahrieiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in the Book of Life, will be observed this month of Teves. The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, until sunset of the day mentioned. Channa Devorah, mother of | "M. Ida Hammer, Dec. 9; Eli-, yohu, father of Morris and Samuel Ehrlich, Dec. 10; Yaacov, son (CONTINUED "ON PAGE 6) Ladies Auxiliary Sunday evening, Dec. 8th, a Chanuka Latke party will be held. Mrs. Wm. Clein is chairman. The affair will be held at the synagogue and an elaborate progam is being pepared. Refreshments in keeping with the holiday spirit will be served. Cards and other games will follow the program. Sarvicaa Rabbi Simon April will conduct late Friday evening services. He will lecture to the audience and will be assisted in the musical portion of the program by Cantor Moses Teitelbaum Refreshments will be served in the vestry rooms. Talmud Torah Talmud Torah classes are conducted daily at the synagogue. Registration may be made at any time. Sunday School every Sunday morning. Children of the South West Section are urged to enroll at the only school in this area at the present time. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Fla. LEWIS ORBKN. Sexton 1441 8. W. Fifth Street Sabbath Ere Services Friday evening, conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Chanuko service of welcome to new members Friday evening, at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "The First War for Religious Freedom." Members of the congregation who have joined since last Chanuko will be welcomed in a service in which the president and vicepresident of the congregation, and the presidents of the Sisternood and Men's Club will participate. The Temple Israel choir will sing selections from the Handel Oratorio, "Judas Maccabeus." A reception, honoring the new members, will follow the services. Religious School Chanuko BETH JACOB CONG Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHEEOKK. Rabbi 711 I.enox Avenue, Phone 5-132S MAURICE MAMCHBS, Cantor 621 I^nox AT*. Ph. 5-7133 CONG BETH ABRAHAM 535 N. W. Fifth Are., Miami Friday evening services at 6:15 o'clock. Saturday morning services at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will speak on "The Portion of the Week." All members wish our vice president, Morris Neidick. a speedy recovery. SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Espanola Way Miami Reach Services will be held Friday and Saturday. Sholash Sudas will take place Saturday at 5:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will speak during the Saturday morning services on the subject, "Light versus Darkness." The Ein-Ya-Akov group meets Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. and the Shulchan Oruch group meets Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30 p. m. All are invited. Last Wednesday the congregation observed the Nationwide Day of Mourning and Fast. Special prayers were recited. Entertainment Sunday morning, Dec. 6th at 10 o'clock at the Capitol Theatre. This celebration will be held in conjunction with all the Religious schools of the Greater Miami area, affiliated with the Rabbinical Association. Sisterhood Chanuko Luncheon The Sisterhood Chanuko Luncheon and Meeting, being one of the four major meetings of our Temple Sisterhood this year, will be held on Monday. December 7th at 12:30 noon in Kaplan Hall. Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Henry A. Kauffmann are the cochairmen of this gala luncheon, at which Mrs. Harold B. Spaet will preside. Chaplain David D. Isaac of the O. C. S. and Chaplain Camillus Angel, Jewish chaplain at the Miami Beach Training Center, will be guest speakers, and Miss Ruth Wolkowsky will be the soloist on the Chanuko pogram, of which Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman is program chairman. Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman will give the Chanuko players and blessings, and the hospitality (CONTINUED ON PAGE S) Congregational Daily religious services are being started now at 8:30 allowing more time to those who can't be up sooner. Saturday services at 9 a. m.; Kabolos Shabos at 6:15. Shalosh Sudas Saturday at 6 p. m.; good and tempting eatables served and zomiros chanted by Mr. Simon and assisted by all. Activities At the board meeting Tuesday evening among other important business the following new members were accepted: W. I. Singer, B. Erstling, Isidor Pallet and Joe Zalis. The board expressed its condolence to Henry Krakow of the sudden death of his beloved wife, and ordered a memorial record be on the books of the synagogue. A vote of thanks was given by the president, Mr. Rifas, and the synagogue members to David Bear for the splendid services he performed Saturday morning as Centor and Baal Maftir. Sisterhood The Sisterhood, Mrs. Goldie Mandel, chairman, at its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon felt keenly the loss caused by the sudden death of Mrs. Henry Krakow and resolved to extend its condolence to the sorrowing mourners. L. Green made a short talk about future activities. The final plans for the Chanukah Latke party are being completed. It will take place on Sunday night, Dec. 6 at 1754 S. W. 5th Street. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Street, Miami Beach Phone 5-979J S M. MACHTBI, RabW 1450 S W. 17th Terrace. Miami Phone 2-2571) BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach I>R. SAMUEL PENSION, lUbbi 1516 Jefferson Avenue Phone 1-4781 or 5-4718 TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Kt. lAUderdale. FtOJlOJ RABBI SAMUEL HAI-EVI IAHON 705 S. E. 9th Street Ph. M" Sabbath and Chanukah services Friday at 8 p. m Military services at the Boca Raton Field post chapel Sunday at 9 au IB. Religious School Sunday at 10.30 a m Sisterhood benefit socia for men and women, Monday at 8 Sewing for the Red Cross. British War Relief Society and Bundles for America Tuesday from "weekly Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Service Men s Center canteen Wednesday from, 6 to 11 Pm. Sabbath Services At the 8:15 service tonight, Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak on "The Feast of Dedication. A social period will follow. Mrs. C. Baum and Mrs. M. Bergsman will be hostesses. Tomorrow morning Run Machtei will speak on 'The Jew Dreams." Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin will be hosts at the Kiddush after the service. Following the Mincha service at 5 p. m. tomorrow, the rabbi will speak in Yiddish on "The Miracle of Chanukah." At the Se'udah Shhshis. between Mincha and Ma ariv tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. A. Zinnamon will be hosts. Adult Classea The adult class in Jewish Science win meet at 11 a.m. on Sunday at the Center. Rabbi S. M. Machtei's lesson will be "Chanukah-A Lesson in Courage. Service Men s CluD The social evening last Sunday night was productive of a sum of money for equipment for the, recreation room for men in uniform. The committee is making Hanuka Services Friday at 8 p. m. special Hanuka services will be held. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on "Kindly Lights and Searing Flames." Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the Center Choir will render a program of Hanuka melodies. At the reception in the Social Hall following the services Hanuka refreshments will be served. Saturday at 10 a. m. Dr. Bension will speak on "Praise the Lord." New Classrooms The progress of the Center is phenomenal even in these trying times. Not only have we succeeded in completing our beautiful Social Hall where hundreds of soldiers and civilians find pleasure and entertainment, but also through movable partitions have created four commodious (CONTINUED ON PAGE t) YESHIVA CENTER IU Miealfan Mlaal B< (CONTINUED ON PAGE > The Yeshiva Educational Center, located at 846 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, conducts daily services each week day at 8 a. m. and Saturdays at B. Evening aervices at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on Saturday afternoon. Rabbi i. Shulman will address the fathering. Friday Night Lecture Chaplain Camillus Angel will conduct a late Friday night service at 8 o'clock Friday. His subject will be "Chanuka—Dedication." Sabbath Sermon Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "Rekindling Lights" during the Saturday moming services. Cantor Mamches will chant. Shalosh S'oodoss will be held at 6:15. Candle Lighting Ceremony A sepcial Chanukah Candle Lighting ceremony was held at our Community Building Thursday night at 8 o'clock for the benefit of our service men. Our rabbi and cantor participated. Children's Theater Party The children of our daily and Sunday religious school will celebrate Chanukah together with the children of other local religious schools at a theater party sponsored by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Children are to meet at the Talmud Torah building at 9:30 a. m. They will be transported under supervision of our teachers to the Capitol Theater where they will enjoy a number of pictures and a Chanukah program. They will be returned to the Talmud Torah building at noon. Religious School We are proud to announce that we have the largest enrollment of youngsters of 5 and 6 years of age in our daily beginners' class, the largest in the history of our Talmud Torah. We welcome the enrollment of more children of this age. Enrollment takes place daily between four and seven p. m. The beginners' class starts at 4:30 p. m. and is under the instruction of Miss Sonia Shpall. Prizes will be given to the following children for outstanding efforts on behalf of our school: Jacqueline Goldfarb, Helene Sassoon, Robert Malter, Larry Weiss. Bernard Wolfe. Service Club Just two figures: During the month of August we distributed two hundred invitations to service men for meals in the homes of our members. The Beth Jacob Sen-ice Club Home Hospitality committee paid for some eigthy meals for service men during the same period of time. By return engagement Private S. Reiss again fascinated a capacity audience of service men at the Service Club Tuesday night with further exhibition of his hypnotic powers. Mixrachi Concert Sunday night at 8 o'clock the Miami Beach Mizrachi men and women will present their fourth annual Chanukah concert. On the program will be a professional whistler, a violin duet from the University of Miami, a concert pianist from among the local service men, a sextet of musicians culled from the symphony orchestras of the country and now stationed at Boca Raton Cantors Maurice Mamches and Berele Kelemer, and other outstanding artists. Sisterhood Meeting The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will meet Monday, December 7th at 2 p. m. at the synagogue. A special Chanukah program will be presented in which our rabbi will speak, our cantor will sing and (CONTINUED ON PAG E t) MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME U YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME^^ 710 S.W. 12th AVENUE WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION %  g twBB Kggfl i Etfl



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PAGE SIX vJewisti florldian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 19 42 BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8) of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brodsky; Molkah Leah, mother of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin, Dec. 19; Eliyohu, brother of Mrs. David Mayer, Dec. 19; Avrohom, brother of J. Siegcl, Dec. 20; Lora Kort. sister of Helen Panck. Dec. 21; Yishayohu, father of Morris Baine, Dec. 22' Yaakov, father of H. L. Green, Dec. 12; Esther Teach, mother of Mrs. Louis Weinkle, Dec. 24; Moshe Volf, father of S. B. Schlessinger, Dec. 27; Shmuel. father of Julian Kurlander. Dec. 27; Shayna Raysa. mother of Louis Borochoff, Dec. 28; Gittle, mother of Mrs. Louis Weinkle, 30: Yisrocl Yehudah. father of Mrs. Dave Solomon. Jan. 1; Hershal. mother of Anna Wasserman, January 5th; Yudel Dovid. father of Mrs. Ida Hammer. Jan. 5. In Memorium The following Yahrzeiten of beloved ones whose names are inscribed in our Book of Life and whose Yahrzeiten occur this com; ing week will be mentioned from the pupit during the services Friday night: Label, father of Leo Ackerman. and Pesi. mother j of Max Halpern. Mrs. Harry Oliphant. proof the Sisterhood, announces the < Annual Chanukah Latke Party to be held Wednesday evening, Dec. 9 at 8 o'clock at Beth David au-1 ditorium. You will find your| Favorite card game there, bridge, pinochle, rummy, or mah jongg, A pleasant evening has been planned for every guest. Come j and bring your friends. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Jake Engler. Mrs. L. J. Hartz and Mrs. | Jennie Rotfort. Book Series A sisterhood committee has • completed its arrangements for j a series of book reviews to be given during the winter months by Rabbi Max Shapiro. "They' Were Expendable." by W. W. White. and "The Raft." by Trumbull will be the first books to be reviewed, and will be followed by "The Song of Bemadette" by Franz Wcrfel. Further} series will be among the latest books to be announced. Contact; Mrs. Jack August, chairman, j 5-0497. or the office, for your tickets. BETH SHOLOM CENTER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) purchases and the Service Men's Club at Beth Sholom Center will | be officially opened within a short time. Beth Sholom and i the men in service owe a debt [of gratitude to the committee which staged and prepared the event. The recreation room will be dedicated to the memory of Dr. Max Ellis. Chanukah Parties The pupils of Beth Sholom re1 ligious school will be guests of the Capitol Theater, Miami, and of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami at a Chanukah party beginning at 10 a. m. on Sunday. There will be no Sunday School classes. All pupils will meet at Beth Sholom Center at 9:15 a. m. Those without transportation facilities \ill be taken along by those parents who have brought ears. The cars will leave for Miami at 9:30 a. m. The program at the Capitol will end at 12 noon. At 7:30 p. in. on Sunday, at Beth Sholom Center, the Religious School and the Beth Sholom Juniors will present a Chanukah program of entertainment. A social evening for adults will follow this program. Juniors TinBeth Sholom Juniors will hold a brief business meeting at S p m. tomorrow. This will be wed by a dress rehearsal for the Chanukah play and recitations. RECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the average" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven Reliability and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 at any time for further information as to any of the advertisements listed below or to fill any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5 TEMPLE ISRAEL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5, Tidbits from Everywhere i SIfilCTLy Mill By PHINEAS J. BIRON [ (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 41 committee together with the officers of the Sisterhood, will be on hand to welcome the new members. Reservations are 75c per person, and may be made through the committee, consisting of Mrs. Sam Zinkow, 7-5902; Mrs. Henry 1 A. Kauffmann. 2-2097; Mrs. Jack Bernstein, 2-5344. and Mrs. Louis Strauss. 5-1083. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services of December 4th the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Joseph Lang, father of Mrs. A. E. Rosenthai; Ida Bloom, mother of H. H. Bloom; Sophia Z. Tishman, sister of Mrs. Norman Gumbinner; Louis Letaw. husband of Mrs. Anne Letaw. Yahrzeits: Fanny Seidenberg. mother of J. M. Seidenberg; Joseph Mirsky, father of Norman Mirsky, Mrs. Gordon Davis. Mrs. Louis Davis and Mrs. Yetta Saltzman; Ignatz Firestone, father of Theodore Firestone; Jerold Elmer Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allador Wise. Floral offering of last week presented in memory of Herbert Theobald, and in honor of Albert Weintraub's bar mitzvah. iting the collaborationist mayor of his village "Suppose." asked the farmer in the course of conversation, "Germany should lose the war'.'" What will you do then?" "That's most unlikely, not to say impossible." replied the mayor But when the farmer insisted on repeating his question, the mayor finally said that, in the event that the impossible should come to pass and the Germans should lose the war. he would resign from his office "I'd just put my hat on and go," he declared "Put your hat on?" echoed the farmer "On what?" Idle steel will be fighting steel if you sell that old jalopy to the nearest auto wrecker now. HITLER RAILS AT JEWS IN LETTER EXPLAINING ACTION Berne (WNS)—Adolf Hitler, who ordered the Nazi seizure of the French naval base at Toulon only two weeks after he assured Marshal Petain that Toulon would not be occupied, attempted to justify his treachery in a Utter replete with anti-Jewish epithets to the old Marshal. Hitler blamed the Jews for popular French resistance to collaboration with Nazi Germany. "It is to be regretted," he said, "that unscrupulous Anglo-Saxons and primarily Jewish wire-pullers, succeeded in interpreting every conciliatory gesture of the New Reich as a sign of weakness and every peace offer later as proof of impending collapse." V PHONE 7. T 2-3I5I 1* INSURANCE fBT SEyBOLD tfi V BUILDING Jg*M Dr. Frederick R. Frank Chiropractic Physician A COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory X-Ray ll 38 West Flagler Street 3-5961 Miami our Sunday School will present two candle drills. A report on the loverly party held last week at the home of the i Sisterhood president. Mrs. B. H. London, will be tendered. The next Sisterhood affair will be held at the Elk's Club on December 2lst, at 1:30 p. m. The Sisterhood invites all wo-1 men to attend this Chanukah meeting Monday afternoon. Annoyed or Damaged by INSECTS TERMITES RODENTS EXTERMINATING CO. CALL 4-1375 2388 W. FLAGLER ST. FREE ADVICE and INSPECTION Dr. Frederick R. Frank Enlarges Health Clinic Dr. Frederick R. Frank. D. C. Ph. C, with offices at 1138 West Flagler Street, has fitted up the ground floor adjoining his present location thereby doubling his facilities for rendering increased Scientific Health Service. Included are departments for X-Ray diagnosis, as well as complete laboratory diagnosis; short : wave and other electrical thcrlapy: colonic irrigation and other I modalities for health care and correction, using natural methods when all other methods fail. Before moving to Miami seven %  years ago Dr. Frank was active in Free Clinic and Research work in New York City where he had the benefits derived from study and cooperation with many outstanding doctors, which gave him the experience necessary to hanI die some of the more difficult cases. Dr. Frank also maintains of\ ficcs at 1456 Washington Avenue. 'Miami Beach, in charge of Dr. ; Joan E. White, D. C. N. D., who in 1 private life is Mrs. Frank. Professional duties and research work preclude Dr. and Mrs. Frank from devoting much time to social life, although they are affiliated with many of the social, fraternal and civic activities of the community. Dr. Frank is at present concentrating on the newer science of Bloodless Surgery. REDUCE T II E L A Z Y \V \ v The Smart. Modern Comfortable Way We Slenderize You Only Where Needed N£ ?I-V? ,M or Pi,,s INO Unpleasant Diet | TRIAL TREATMENT J2 You'll Rave About It Colonic Irrigations VITA RAY CLINIC 2 Seybold Bldg. Dial 3 7371 Established in Miami Since 1917 Hanson Roofing Co. ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS PHONE 4-5860 414 S. W. 22nd AVENUE BOWL FOR HEALTH AND FUN PALACE m BOWLING CENTER 2101 N. Miami Avo. Ph. 2-8898 JOHNNIE S MACK BODY SHOP Painting—Color Matching Seat Covers ,.. TLV ~ nd Fende Repairs 74 N. E. 20th St. p h 3-7661 —Buy War Bonds Today— ^3GUST BROS Ry^ L*^ Is the atST' TENNESSEE POULTRY CO. QUALITY FRYE"RS OUR SPECIALTY FRESH KILLED POULTRY 1340 S. W. 8th St. Phone 9-2585 —Buy War Savings Bonds MIAMI'S ONLY KOSHER RESTAURANT! FAGAN'S PALATIAL RESTAURANT 265 N. E. 2nd Street Miami SERVING THOUSANDS OF PATRONS SINCE 1922 ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSES E. J. ALBERT & SON 13575 N. E. 6th Avenue REASONABLE RATES W c \s> KEEN SIGHT HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED by DR. KEENE 221-2-3 Seybold Building 1,100 JEWISH REFUGEES ARE REPORTED ADRIFT IN STORM London (WNS)—A Nazi prison ship, carrying 1100 Jewish refugees rounded up in Norway to an unknown destination, was reported to he adrift in a roaring gale off Kullen lighthouse. 25 miles north of Helsinger. The London Sunday Dispatch said that Danish and Swedish lifeboats were attempting to locate j the Nazi vessc I, but a driving deluge accompanied by CO-mile-anj hour winds, was hindering the | search. Fears were expressed here that the ship may have foundered. Most "! the passengers were Norwegian Jews who were being shipped for enforced labor to some Nazi territory. Included among the HOll Jews were many refugees from Central Europe, including Dr. Joseph Jarosi ol Prague, and Dr. Epstein, both of whom taught at Oslo University, j Virtually the entire Jewish Funeral (Chapel > 2001 W. FLAGLER ST. AMEULANCE A OCCM SERVICE 9-ID04 population of Norway, men and women, had been rounded up by Gestapo agents in recent weeks, and all Jewish-owned property confiscated. About one-half of the Jews aboard the 9000-ton prison ship were brought from concentration camps. The other passengers included women, chil%  dren and infirm Jews who were j seized in their homes and rushed | to the vessel. Other deportations were expected to follow. ORANGE BOWL FESTIVAL TO BE A COLORFUL PROGRAM EflgSEHIHSa S^*&\ II AVK you uicd A"-SltV T.1 x< r f r *aa on Htorauch, I?-,•>! Sonr Stomach, "Mornins; : V F7 A, <"" nu Cold Distress? i ..'Jlf not. why no-.? PL-want. ul ONY\ l ,r "' n l lt i ftOtlOAa effective. ~J A x .'\ Thir y rents and Siity sXt )' %  '• % % % %  NERVINE or.. II'.V* %  J,"MJK rolitf from Functional Ner* voua DilturDnnMI BH<*h art SlcepIttsnMf, Crankiness. Kxcilability, Nervous Headache and Nervous Indirection. Tablets S3* and 75;. Liquid ::"• and SI.OS. It... I directions and u-,c only u directed. A SINGLE Dr. Miles Anti<*.Fafa Pill ofUn relieve* Headache, Muscular Pains or Functional Monthly Pains — 2S for 2Sf, I2S forSl.00. Get them at your drug store. Head directions nr.d BM only — directsd. Football, featuring a colorful one-day program for which conservation of funds for war effort will be the watchword, is first on the New Year's day schedule of the annual Orange Bowl Festival in Miami. Gone from this year's list of attractions are the elaborate fashion show which attracte.l several thousands to Bayfront Park last year; the New Years Eve parade which last year w.is witnessed by an estimated 200.000 and the usual spectacular fireworks display. Every activity is to be centered at the Orange Bowl, where two of the nation's outstanding college teams will meet. A colorful pre-ganie program and an elaborate between the halves show on the field will be staged. This can be done with little expense, since the Orange Bowl committee has thousands of dollars worth of festival equipment in the warehouse and it can be used without undue cost. You can help blast the Axis with more than 2,000 hand grenades by scrapping that old, wornout jalopy!



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PAGE EIGHT Jewisii flcridliain FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 194 2 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR W Allan. L Boxennao Thr vleWfl expressed by Mr. Boxermnu are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinion of The Jewish Florldian. Destroying Stereotypes Physical contiguity often tends to break down racial and religious barriers ... To what extent this has been true in the present army and navy is a moot question, since there is no way of judging attitudes scientifically. Some of the Jewish boys on the Beach to whom we have spoken tell of prejudice among comrades in arms which they still seem unable to erase Others relate how they have been able to break down sterotypes of the Jew previously held by their nonJewish roommates. Despite an inability to generalize on the basis of scientific evidence, it would be logical to assume that inter-group tensions are being lessened through elbow-rubbing by Jewish and Christian service men Rabbi oshua L. Trachtenberg. reporting on Jewish religious activities in the United States in the fortyfourth volume of the American Jewish Year Book (published by Jewish Publication Society) dwells on this point: "Learning to Know Itself" "The creation of a vast citizens' army brought millions of young men of all denominations into unusually close association Anti-Jewish sentiment in America has been largely assoREAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Real Estate SALES— LEASES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor "Trustworthy Service" I 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 ... In army and navy posts young America is learning to know itself and to accept itself as is, without regard to religious profession or racial or national origin. "Reports from chaplains and USO workers in the camps were virtually unanimous in testifying to the mitigation of religious differences, and to the fraternizing of groups of all creeds The men generally showed themselves sympathtic toward each others' religious preferences and often • seized opportunities to show them in a practical manner. These developments are encouraging to all who strive for a better America. Detective Wanted If there's a Sherlock Holmes in the reading public, let him take note that bis services are badly needed over at the Alton Road service men's center ... A few evenings ago the bill of fare for the men in uniform was a jitterbug contest Everything was proceeding according to routine when, in the midst of tinfestivities, a civilian gingerly edged his way into the crowd with the query, "what sort of affair is this'.'" Upon being informed that the affair represented part of the Jewish community's contribution to the well-being of those in the armed forces. he removed twenty-five dollars from his wallet and handed it to the lady in charge of the door i with the remark. "Here, this ought to do for first and second prizes" He then disappeared as unostentatiously as he had arrived. The Spirit Lingers Judge Rutherford may have gone the way of all flesh but his spirit still animates the followers of the movement he founded. Every Saturday evening on Flagler street one may observe several hawkers of the "Watch Tower" and "Consolation" These publications issue from the Jehovah's Witnesses sect, of which! Rutherford. stormy petrel of i many a legal tussle, was the head. Although the salesmen (and %  women) do not employ high pressure tactics they have a Subtle way of making themselves con-! spicuous ... To the best of our knowledge, they have thus far not been molested athey have been in other communities ... A group meets in a downtown oft ice building without fanfare. This is as it should he Wei do not agree with the Jehovah's Witnesses in their attacks upon the Catholic Church, for even j when the critics are sincere, their preachments tend to be divisive' in nature The accentuate religious, factional differences at a time when unity is badly needed. However, so long as we have freedom of religion and freedom of press the Witnesses are within their American rights in the sale of their literature ... It was heartening the other day to see the President's Committee on Fair Employment Practices rule that the failure of the Witnesses' to salute the flag did not constitute a valid reason for their dismissal from employment in a defense plant Members of this sect consider it a religious sin to pay obeisance to any physical symbol. We may not agree with their point of view but we must respect their right to hold that point of view That is the American Way. Gut Shabbos! MIAMI JEWISH BEACH CENTER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In |AE Hi IMilt A L w • %  MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid less than 3% on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your Vfar Savings Bonds Here classrooms in the new Social Hall to accommodate the ever increasing number of pupils enrolling in our Sunday and Hebrew schools Mi ilka Reich, the noted dramatic teacher and social leader, is the principal of the Sunday school and David Freedman, famous Hebrew pedagogue, is in charge of the Hebrew school. Special classes have been opened both in the Hebrew and Sunday school to accommodate pupils entering now. Please register your children at once. Hanuka General Membership Get Together A gay Hanuka party of the Center members and their wives will take place on Sunday, December 6th at 8 p. m. in the Sofia] Hall, Delicious latkes will be served and other refreshments, Cantor Wolf will lead in community singing of Hanuka melodies and peppy Palestinian chalutzim songs. This will be. followed by cards and other games in the traditional Hanuka spirit. Burning of Mortgage Dr. Samuel Bension will be the guest speaker at the ceremony celebrating the burning of the' mortgage of the Jacksonville Jewish Center Sunday. Deccmher 6th. Dr Bension was the organizer, founder, and builder of that Center, which is one of the finest in the South. Pearl Harbor Anniversary A combined meeting of the Sisj terhood and Men's Club will i mark the observance of the Pearl j Harbor anniversary by a patriotic gathering Monday. December 7th at 8 p. m. at the Center. An inspiring program with prominent speakers has been arranged. The general public is cordially invited to attend A flag donated by Herman Glasser will be presented to the Center with an impressive ceremony. Service Men Hanuka Party The Service Men Dance and Entertainment on Tuesday. December 8th at 8 p. m. at the Center Social Hall will be in the form of a Hanuka celebration. \ Cantor Wolf will chant the bless-; ings for the lighting of the Han-' uka candles, and will lead in community singing. This will be followed by dancing and the serving of special Hanuka refreshments. Young ladies are urged to volunteer as dancing partners of the men. only those in uniform are welcome at the Tuesday nighl socials. Religious School Hanuka Celebration The annual Religious School Hanuka Entertainment will be held Sunday. December 13th at 8 p m in the Center auditorium. A play entitled "What's Tonight?" coached by Molka Reich and' Sasha Ashkenazi, will be presentI ed by a select cast. A galaxy of professional artists will partici-1 pate in the program. All the pro-; ceeds are for the benefit of the scholarship and book fund, by means of which tuition and books are given without cost to indigent pupils. The next regular meeting of Sholem Lodge No. 1024 B'nai B'rith will be held this coming Tuesday evening, December 8, 1942, at 8:30 o'clock, at the Beth David Talmud Torah. 135 N. W. Third Avenue. Miami. A program has been arranged that will feature, as guest speaker. Rabbi Camillus Angel, chaplain in the army air force. Miami Beach. Chaplain Angel, a graduate of Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati, Ohio, will tell us "Our Part in the War Effort." Another part of the program of the evening will be devoted to the Miami B'nai B'rith Girls, and among others Teresa Cohen. Rosalie Moretti, Madeline Schulman, Evelyn Gold and Marvel Adler. will participate. Election of officers will take place at this meeting, but little time will be necessary to dispose of this part of tho business, since there will be no contests. The officers who were nominated at the last meeting, and will be elected at the coming meeting are: Louis Heiman, president; Milton A. Friedman, first vicepresident; Walter C. Kovner. second vice-president; Harold Turk, recording secretary; S. B. Miller, treasurer; Aaron Edelman, financial secretary; Burnett Roth, monitor; Dr. Alexander Kushner. assistant monitor; Maurice Cromer. Warden; Ernest Sussman, guardian; Isaac Levin, Sol S. Goldstrom. E. Albert Pallot. Carl Weinkle and Isidore Goldstein, trustees. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. Ladies Auxiliary Elections The Ladies Auxiliary will hold election of officers at its coming meeting which is scheduled to be held at the same time and plAce as that of Sholem Lodge. A contest for membership on the board of directors is the only excitement the elections will provide, since there are twelve candidates for ten posts. A list of the candidates for office follows: Mrs. Sam Silver, president; Mrs. S. B. Miller, first vice-president; Mrs E. Albert Pallot, second vicepresident; Mrs. Joseph A. Berman, recording secretary; Mr*. Albert Green, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harold Turk, financial secretary; Mrs. Jack August, treasurer; Mrs. Jennie Rolfort! monitor; Mrs. Sol Goldstrom Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mrs. F:ank Corct, Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, Mrs. Walter Kovner, Mrs Lo Eisenstein, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Benjamin Landan, Mrs! R. Levey, Mrs. Isaac Levin! Mrs. David Catsman and Mrs. s! Fleishman, candidates for board of directors. Hillel Affair The students of the University of Miami will hold a Hillel Affair at the University, on Thursday afternoon, December 10, 1942. at 4:30 o'clock Rabbi Max Shaipiro, as Hillel Director, and Louis j Heiman. as chairman of the Students' Union, are arranging a cultural program, and the Ladies Auxiliary will help make the affair a success by their presence and providing the refreshments. Felicitations to Rabbi Shapiro Sholem Lodge sends felicitations to Rabbi Max Shapiro upon the occasion of his tenth anniversary of service to Beth David Congregation and the Miami community. Although the occasI ion has been covered from many angles, by this medium Sholem Lodge mingles its voice with the | multitude in extolling the virtues of Max Shapiro, the man, and Rabbi Max Shapiro, the spiritual leader. R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southarn Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRANC Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulda, Florida Phone: Homeatead 5.4451 Office*: South Miami. Fla PHONE 4-3375 We Never Knew i You Cared It was all very sudden and startling, and for a little while we were a surpr.sed group at the VENETIAN CAUSEWAY office. But gradually ,r.-V Jrpr s e ned ,Beatification and then into gratitude and finally r-^,S c ?/,Jw tl0n ,0 tl 'y—'" ome way—the wishes of the VENETIAN CAUSEWAY users. You see. it all started with a simple (and we thought, relatively unimportant) announcement that the sale of VENETIAN CAUSEWAY annual permits would be discontinued for the duration, due to the national metal shortage. In addition to the shortage, we based our decision on the fact that of .,?. ;r, cu ^i n d i VENETIAN CAUSEWAY users last year, only 366 MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS and 601 MIAMI RESIDENTS purchased arnual lags. A comparatively small number we reasoned blithely, -rk a,le '""• he oecision was announced in. the papers. Then the fun began! An indignant editorial appeared. Then another. And another. Columnists took up the cudgel of righteous indignation. Letters and calls from irate citizens kept the postman and the phone lines busy at our office and the manager's home. It began to dawn upon us that we'd been under a delusion for 16 i^ ... or qulle ''ankly, we never knew you cared. 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PAGE TEN Jfcn/ PATRONS SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INC. 300 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-7664 SEASONS GREETINGS SAVORY BAKE SHOP REAL HOME MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road Ph. 5-4941 I MIAMI BEACH JOHN C. MILLER "Limited Common Carrier" j 2234 S. W. 36th St. Ph. 4-5380 j r GREETINGS C. H. LINE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-5840 Donald Nelson Nelson thus became one of the numerous high-ranking members of the Government to advocate the formation of a Jewish army to fight the Axis on equal terms. "I have given the matter of the Jewish army a great deal of thought," writes Mr. Nelson, "and I can say to you without hesitation that I am 100 per cent in accord with the principles of your organization and sincerely trust that you will be able, through the hard work and good organization you are putting into this fight, to bring about the speedy accomplishment of your objectives." To Our Patrons and Friends SEASON'S GREETINGS r i I i I Batista Bar & Grill I 1201 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-9551 j SEAS) iN" s GREETINGS SAM GOLDSTEIN and FAMILY I I j I KING'S CLEANERS i i AND I j SHOE REBUILDERS j I [1679 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Fla. ( CHANUKA GREETINGS KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Ph. 6-1677 1 BE8T WISHES TO OITR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS ROYAL FULTON BAKERY 601 N. W. 7th St. Miami. Fla. PHONE 5-7111 ENFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP Corner Washington Avenua 409 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. THE TALE OF CHANUKAH RETOLD BY THIS GAY MINSTREL'S PEN OF BOLD The following poem is taken, by permission of the Bloch Publishing Co., from "A Jewish Child's Garden of Verses." by Abraham Burstcin.—The Editor. An ancient king Is known to us. Who bore the name Antiochus, Of all the knaves and fools of yore Who 'er that lofty title bore. Who loved to strut and kill and quarrel. He took the palm, the wreath, the laurel. (You'll hear of this unpleasant creature Some Sunday from your Hebrew teacher.) Now first the king was proven foolish When in his regal way and mulish He loudly called himself a god, For worship by the common clod. And all the courtiers bowed low Before His Braggadocio: A profitable, harmless thing It is to please one's doting king. He set his statues everywhere. And ordered men to worship there. To busts of metal and of stone The zealous populace fell prone. While in the squares the soldiers stood— A cherry, joyous brotherhood— To pierce with pike the luckless gent Who failed to hail the monument. would make "I stand everlasting No threat of death them change. The king was wroth. supreme O'er gods and men. These Jews blaspheme' Go, set my image in the place Of worship of this wilful race Defile their sacred objects. Give Them pork—who cats not shall not live!" And so they did. Too, in their spite They dimmed the light. In Modin town the news was spread, Where ancient Mattathias led His five great sons and all the rest In homage to the Being Blest. He smote one treacherous coward down, And called the men of Modin town To fight the king and all his men, And purify their shrine again. Heading the Maccabean breed. The mighty Judah took the lead. Throughout the land the fighters came, Their arms held high, their hearts aflame. A handful many thousands slew! They hacked the Syrian army through, Until the Maccabean stand Had saved our altars and our land. Then, in the Temple's walls they fell But here and there appear a Jew, On one day's oil—which, strange A member of that stubborn crew to tell, Whom even kings of high degree They saw give holy fire for eight! Could never force to bend the A wonder which we celebrate knee. As Chanukah this very day— "One only God is ours!" they Telling the world, and kings, for cried— aye— A God that none of them had No matter what you scheme or spied: | do. Yet from this Being far and i You simply cannot crush the strange Jew! GREETINGS NATHAN STRAUS-DUPARQUET. INC. MIAMI BRANCH Successors to Geo. L. Dixon Co., 1100 N. E. Second Avenue SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, CLUBS, HOSPITALS, COLLEGES AND INSTITUTIONS OF FLORIDA _J | SEASON'S GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL, INC. CONTRACTORS 79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 9-1989 Phone 7-2876 585 N. E. 58th Street j SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS M. AND M. DREDGING AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building Miami. Florida COMPLIMENTS OF I (NATIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO.j E. C. THRALL FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS CORAL GABLES 2901 PONCE deLEON BLVD. Graham Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. I SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS RED TOP CAB AND BAGGAGE CO. "Always Call the Red Top" PHONE 3-3131—MIAMI PHONE 5-3497—MIAMI BEACH CHANUKA GREETINGS SEMINOLE ROCK & SAND CO. 114 CONGRESS BLDG. PHONE 9-3104 MIAMI. FLORIDA tW*E



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Ln*V. PECEMPER 4. 1942 *Jmisti fhridlfor ON THE HOME FRONT By BENJAMIN KAUFMAN C—tl— it —I Medal •* Hosto* • NotioBol Command** Woe V*teram of Hi. U S. PAGE ELEVEN •SERVICE FLAGS" Sen-ice Flags ... You see 'em ,—rvwhere. StrunS across the street in the hi2 towns, or planted in front of Je public building in the thrills me to look at them, though I've seen plenty and dedicated some. g u t when someone asked me whether it isn't even more of a thrill to see the service flag in Snt of some Y. M. H. A. and to know that every star stands for a Jewish lad in the United States jrmy-my answer is, No. Why should it be? These boys are Americans. Tn eyre in the fight to save America. It's our country and e belong to it. The Jews who fought in 1776, n 1812. in 1861, in 1898, in 1917— JBeit Wi*he to Our Many Jewish} Friend! and Patrona I j CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Ave. Ph. 42424 [BBST WISHES TO OUR MANYj JEWISH FRIENDS AND | PATRONS I BISCAYNE LAUNDRY \ Dry Cleaning I DeLuxe Service they were all Americans, fighting for American democracy. That democracy we're fighting now to save, belongs to all the people, and we Jews are fighting as part of the people. Last time I dedicated a service flag, a lady said to me, "Isn't it wonderful, to have these flags showing the whole world we Jews are doing our share?" Sure it is. In case the whole world didn't know it. In case it didn't know that one of the first men to die fighting in 1776 was a Jew, that Jews have always sent far more than their proportion of the population to the battlefield for America. That service flag does tell a story, and a useful story. But when the lady went on to say "It'll help us when the war is over," that's where she was wrong. This isn't the reason why we dedicate service flags. We're not fighting this war in order to have a talking point to answer antiSemitism afterwards. We're fighting the war because we are Americans, and we are determined to help preserve the democratic way of life. The only reward we expect is the same reward that all Americans will get, the reward of living in a free and democratic world. Maybe there will be a wave of reaction after the war is won. Maybe there will be a let-down, and certain groups may then try to spread anti-Semitism. But the people who spread lies about the Jews and their dupes who listen to them, are not the kind of people who count stars on service flags. Our flags are not hung out for them, but to express our own pride in the privilege of serving America. We don't have to demonstrate that Jews arc loyal and therefore deserve human rights. All people deserve these inalienable rights, America's very existence is based upon equality, regardless of race, creed or color. This equality is what America believes in, this equality is what we are now fighting to preserve. The more democracy we gain for the world through this war, the better it will be for all people everywhere. We Jews have always shed our blood for America because it's our country and we love it. B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN TO REVIEW WAR SERVICES National leaders of the Women's Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith who will report on the war services of the 50,000 B'nai B'rith women and girls to the first wartime meeting of the co-ordinating agency of the distaff side of B'nai B'rith in Chicago, December 1st and 2nd. Left to right: Mrs. Ida Cook Farber, New York, secretary; Mrs. Abram Orlow, Philadelphia, third vice-president: Mrs. Maurice Turner, Chicago, first vice-president; Mrs. Lenore Underwood. San Francisco, president; Mrs. Lawrence Koenigsberger, Washington, D. C, second vice-president, and Mrs. Albert Woldman, Cleveland, treasurer. 231-233 11th St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-2954 j j Best Wishea to Our Many Jewiah | Friends and Patrons I Molka Reich Studio Ph. 2-6353J ^, j 119 S. W. 2nd Street SEASONS GREETINGS FRED A. KOENIG PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY PHONE 2-7641 260 S. W. Sixth Street PRICE CEILINGS Buster's dehydrated dog food has been assigned to the dehydrated food section by the War Production Board. Sale of electric storage batteries will be regulated by OPA. Bowlers, billiard and pool players were assured by OPA that charges for such recreation will not be increased. CANE HARVEST Changes in sugar delivery zones have been made by the OPA to effect distribution of sugar from the incoming cane harvest in Florida and Louisiana. Increased use of barge facilities will be possible and freight hauls will be shortened. IDLE TIRES The Railway Express Agency is the agency designated by the government to collect all over five tires possessed by any motorist. They will be sold to the Defense Supplies Corporation. This announcement is repeated to correct an erroneous impression in the public mind. CHANUKA GREETINGS j LABOR Tampa was reported to be expecting a labor shortage and Miami was reported to have a labor surplus in a recent statement issued by officials of the War Manpower Commission. Sell that old jalopy to your local auto wrecker. He'll start it on its way to war. p. 1 ( Beat Withes to Our Many Jewish I Friends and Patrons CLARE DREDGING COMPANY 343 S. W. N. River Dr., Ph. 2-82121 L~ SAYERS Apartment Hotel 2728 N. E. Ind Avenue Ilione 2-9196 CHANUKA GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST CONGRESS BUILDING STREET FLOOR PHONE 2-5254 I United Kosher Market j L 166 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 3-2270 SEASONS GREETINGS j I CARMICHAEL j I Produce Company j 1200 N. W. 22nd St. 3023! J1200 N. W. Z*na gi, ph 3 "-j C 11 A N U K A j Q R B K T 1 N 0 S I ELECTRQLUX POSTAL BUILDING LBEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS ROME MATTRESS COMPANY J2027 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3 2023 i {Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish j Friends and Patrons j BAKE RITE INC. { 471 S. W. 8th StMl. 3-7928 | [TO OUR MANY FRIENDS WEJ EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR j I A MOST MAI'I'V AN" PROSPEROUS CHANUKA i JAMES HOTEL j 1802 s. Miami Avo. %  ^Pl wne^-W0j KUBBY HOUSE I 106 N. MIAMI AVE. CHANUKA GREETINGS J JUDGE | HENRY L. f QPPENBORN Sincere Chanuka Greeting* TUTTLE GARAGE General Repairs ami Storage Fender and Body Work en-, and ills Washing Polishing *' %  %  •"''"K 35 S. E. 4th St. Ph. 3-2912, WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA I GREEN CANDLE j TEA ROOM ( 52 SILVER BLUFF AVE. I CORAL GABLES 301 CHANUKA GREETINGS R. J. GARLICK Service Station S. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9471 j Full Life Readings, $1.00 j Names, Numbers and Facts i Psychic medium will give you fuoky days and numbers. i Phone 7-3160. Guaranteed life readings dally. Take bus No. 22 to j 2118 N. W. 62nd Street 1 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY ) JEWISH FRIENDS I M. and V. STORES CHANUKA GREETINGS DR. EUGENE WEISS CHANUKA GREETINGS S U N LIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL 10 „ N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9991 Ph. 2-8955 CHANUKA GREETINGS MCALLISTER FLORIST "Say it With Flowers But Say It With Ours" 620 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-3773 BEST WISHES TO OL'R MANY j i JEWISH FRIENDS AND r ATRONS 1 | BEST I HOTEL ALCAZAR SODA SHOP n BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA S U TT O N JEWELRY CO. Successors to "Whaler's" THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flaglcr Street PHONE 2-5996 BEST WISHES* TO OUR MAN* JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Dr. Charles Beckwitt OPTOMETRIST 36 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7308 SEASON'S GREETINGS IE GEORGE BERNARD Postal Bldg. Miami. Fla. Miami Conservatory 1737 N. Bayshors Dr., Ph. 2-5835 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Night Owl Barbecue 3193 S. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 4.9111 BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA BILL FOSSETT'S I PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 168 S. E. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-7691 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EARL V. WILSON CO. 1220 S. Miami Ave. *** %  3" 5724



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PAGE TWELVE vJenisti fhrMKxn FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, EOF ENCYCLOPEDIA IS JUST OFF PRESS New York City—The first comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the Jewish communities of the city and state of New York covering more than 30 pages of text and illustrations (including a unique folder map and photographs of sites of Jewish interest), is among the more than 1.200 authoritative articles contained in volume VIII of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, published recently. Equally authentic articles concerning Palestine (with color maps). Jewish Nationalism. Popes. Pogroms. Nazism. G R E E T I N from G S 1 BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-2040 S INC K K E C II A N U K A 1 r: R E E T IN'; s VAL C. CLEARY S A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL I OUR JEWISH FRIENDS j AND PATRONS IMILLER ELECTRIC CO.! A. W. MILLER 5872 S. W. 4th St. Ph. 44292i Freedom of Opinion, Numerous Clauses, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Ohio, and hundreds of kindred subjects are also included in the eighth volume, according to an announcement by Rabbi Isaac Landman, editorin-chief of this 10-volume work in English. The remaining two volumes will appear at short intervals. Vouume VIII of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia is dedicated to the "inspiring memory of Julius Rosenwald (1862-1932). practical humanitarian whose modesty matched his merits, whose wise and widespread generosity created new horizons of social and educational progress." Earlier volumes were dedicated to George A. Kohut, Felix W. Warburg. Louis Marshall. Isaac Leeser. Isaac M. Wise, Solomon Schechter. and Jacob H. Schiff respectively. Volume VIII of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia — to which more than 150 experts have contributed—is comprised of firsthand documented surveys of 128 communities throughout the world; of 203 articles dealing with subjects in the Bible. Talmud, and Jewish literature: 21 articles descriptive of important Jewish institutions; 91 special articles on a wide variety of questions affecting Jewish life everywhere; 767 biographical estimates of Jews in all lands who have contributed to human progress down through the ages. Volume VIII embraces little known information about 33 nonJews who. for good or ill, have STOCKS OF SCRAP TTallahassee—Piles of scrap on school grounds and in dealers' yards are insurance that war industries will not close down month after next, George L. Burr, Jr.. executive director of the State Defense Council, said recently. "For many reasons, scrap piles often are untouched for days or weeks," Burr explained. "This does not mean that the scrap will not be used; it will be. "In some cases intensified community, newspaper and school scrap collection has temporarily overwhelmed local facilities and available trained labor. The scrap must be sorted, cut or baled, loaded and shipped. The cutting and baling equipment capacity is limited and there are shortages of labor in some places. Freight cars must be allocated where they arc most needed and have not been available in all cases to move scrap promptly because immediate needs of mills have been supplied. Scrap shipment is concentrated now in the north but will shift south when snow flies. "The purpose of the recent drives was to build a stock pile •* against which the mills could ent stocks are drained from school and community collection points and from dealers' yards, more and more scrap will be needed." He urged that everyone continue to get in the scrap, without stopping to worry over the piles that have not yet been moved. Burr, who is general chairman of the State Defense Council's General Salvage Committee, said that local difficulties in handling, processing, selling or shipping scrap should be reported and every effort will be made to help solve all these problems. "Our war industries need every pound of scrap that has been collected," he declared. "When that is gone, they will need more. Let's build now against future needs so the mills will never run short." SCRAP Uncle Sam requests 1942 hunters to bring back their discarded shells and cartridges which contain needed war metals. Also, when, and if a deer should be bagged, the waste fat is needed. I BEST WISHES ISAAC GELLIS Kosher Delicatessen RESTAURANT 1411 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-2655 I influenced Jewish life in various con,lnuo to draw during the comI BEST WISHES TO OUR .MANY j JEWISH FRIENDS { i parts of the world. The 241 illustrations in the 672 pages of Volume VIII of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia include reproductions, in color as well as in black and white, of notable art subjects, maps and Charts, in addition to numerous statistical tables. The eight volumes thus far issued contain more than 8.500 articles, in excess of 3,200 illustrations, and approximately 4.000.000 words of text. ing weeks and months. The stock piles are not sufficient to meet the demand for long and as pres| SEASON'S GREETINGS DR. WALTER K. FOLEY BEST WISHES TO "Tit MANY | JEWISH FRIENDS AND | PATRONS | BECK'S GARAGE I 1132 15th St. Miami Beach, Fla. L. LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH I "j j Best Wishes for %  Happy Chanukaj THE LEADER i i .. I j WALKER CASKET CO.j | j Kosher Market j 1433 N. E. Miami PI., Miami, Fla. I5KST WISHES TO OUR MANY j JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS | ERNEST S. PHILPITT AND SON MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS j 3* N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-5181 | 1 • 1325 Washington Ave k Ph. 5-1267) j SEASON'S GREETINGS PO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS BEACH MILL AND SUPPLY CO. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ABBOTT ELECTRIC General Electric Mazda Lamps Wiring, Repairs and Alterations of all types 186 N. E. 20th St. Ph. 3-6294 JBEST WISHES TO OUR MANYJ I JEWISH FRIENDS | I EAST COAST BAR | J2830 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-9162J j. UP TO DATE VAN SERVICE JLEW M. j Washington, D. C. — j u dEe Louis E. Levinthal. president 0 f the Zionist Organization 0 fl America, has announced the ao pointment of Judge Morris Roth enberg of New York, a former president of the organization as chairman of its National War Effort Committee, established for the purpose of "coordinating and intensifying the participation of American Zionist units throughout the country in all branches of civilian war services." The National War Effort Committee was set up in accordance with a resolution unanimously adopted by the last annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, pledging its nationwide membership to "continue to increase even further their participation in the purchase of United States war bonds and stamps, the mobilization of community civilian defense. Red Cross, the conservation and salvaging of vital commodities and services needed for tne war effort and the organizing of group contributions to the Red Cross blood bank, Auxiliary State Guard and all other civilian services." <: B E B T i N Q s LEWHEWES Outboard Motors—Boats I I Authorized Johnson Dealers I Since 1925 I 414 N. W. N. River Drive j PHONE 2-8918 II CISCO j Transfer & Storage .-„ ... ,_. wln VK( p-n. ,j-t>zyq i 1327 20th St. Ph. 5-6669 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA | HOTEL STRAMD j 226 N. E. 2nd St. Ph. 2-7481 f CHANUKA GREETINGS | Phone 2-3705 Estimates Free W. MILLS A. H. BECKER CHANUKA GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Patrons and Friends • II jDOLLY DIMPLEJ I DELICATESSEN 503 N. w. 7th Ave. PHONE 2.7901 • r BOBBINS .. ROOFING & SHEET METAL COMPANY "The Responsible Roofers" ESTABLISHED 1919 ROOFING and ROOF SUPPLIES Retail Contracting, Repairing 222 N. W. 26th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES TO OUR MWY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS GRAHAM AUTOMOBILE SERVICE 61 N. E. 9th St. Ph. 3-6097 |BEST WISHES To OUR MANY | JEWISH FRIENDS AND I PATRONS IACQUEST HAERST PASTRIES 1654 SEASONS GREETINGS! The Best Chop Suey in Town CHICKEN CHOW MEIN 0 R I E N T A LI GARDEN | i 272 West Flagler Street Open All Summer I Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons j HOME DRUG STORE j L 1401 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 8-1774 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 I MANUKA GREETINGS INoyn >1S CHINA "NEIDA SILVER BRAMLETT EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY CO. Hotel, Restaurant and Soda Fountain Equipment HOMER P. BRAMLETT 500 N. E. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 4, 1942

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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VOLUME ISNo. 48
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1942
TO
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XT Y INSTALLATION
Hnn Pat Cannon. Congressman
ti this district, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the Y. M. and
Y.W.H.A. installation of officer*
n Sunday night, December 8, at
jhc "Y" Clubrooms. His theme
will be "The Role of the Char-
acter Building Agency in the War
Bffort."
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the board of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will install the
following officers:
President. Phil Berkowitz; vice-
president, Leo Ackerman; secre-
tary. Al Reisman; treasurer.
George Goldberg, and the fol-
lowing board members: Murray
Apte. Al Berkowitz, George
Chcrtkof. Aaron Edelman. Marty
Milstein. Abe Pepper, George
Rachlin. Frank Rose. Sam Seit-
lin, Bernard Sterling, Herman
Waitsman, Carl Weinkle, Jules
Wilson. Larry Grossberg, Joseph
A. Bernian, Nat Blumberg, Harry
Schwartz and Fred K. Schochet.
Holdovers were: Jack Apte, Dr.
Samuel Beckman and E. Albert
Pallot.
For the Y.W.H.A.: President,
Mrs. Albert Reisman; first vice-,
president. Mrs. Maurice Sager:
second vice-president, Mrs. Julius
Jacobs; third vice-president. Mrs. ,
S. B. Miller; treasurer, Mrs. Louis
Kotkin; recording secretary, Mrs.
Bernard Sterling; corresponding
secretaries, Mrs. Lewis Chester'
and Miss Frances Ginsberg and |
the following board members: j
Mesdames Oscar Argintar. Her-
man Barnett, Joel Belov. Abe
Berger, Fanny Dcutsch, Abraham
Gold, Maurice Grossman, Samuel
Haas, N Jacobs, Minnie Lavine,
Macy Levinson, H. Mandel. Gus-
sie Marguliet, Stanley Myers,
Ben Rosen, Philip P. Rothschild,
Joseph Schaffer, Herman Slepian.
Sidney Stepkin and Sam Trau-
g.
E. Albert Pallot will be master
of ceremonies. Joseph M. Lip-
ton is chairman of the commit-
tee. A symphonic string quartet
of the University of Miami will
furnish the music for the occa- \
sion.
The public is invited.
PRICE 10 CE
RABBI JOINS GUERRILLAS TO
AVENGE CRIMES OF NAZIS
Kuibyshev (WNS) An old
rabbi, spiritual leader of a small
Ukrainian town which was in-
vaded and despoiled by Nazi
'"<>un. has joined a Soviet guer-
rilla unit to avenge the Nazi
atrocities against the Jews, it
was disclosed here by the Jewish
Anti-Fascist Committee.
The aging rabbi urged that he
* assigned to a partisan band
operating behind Nazi lines in
he Ukraine. He explained to a
ed Army commander: "I want
o avenge the atrocities com-
mitted upon the Jews and upon
toe Jewish holy scrolls. Tin-
Nazis kill our people. They are
wild beasts. I shall never forgive
hem that, nor the desecration of
ur Torahs. I shall not rest un-
*!' I wash their filth from our
L......"
LEHMAN SAYS PLEDGE OF
BALFOUR MUST BE ASSERTED
Governor Herbert H. Lehman,
who was named by President
Roosevelt Saturday as director j
of foreign relief and rehibilita-1
tion, declared that the plight of
the Jewish people will be so des-
perate after the war ends that
"the survival of large numbers
will hinge on the opportunity to
find healing and home in Pales-
tine." In a statement which ap-
pears in the 1942 Yearbook of the
United Palestine Appeal, pub-
lished today (Tuesday) Governor
Lehman said that "the spirit
moved the statesmen of the
world to embody the Balfour Dec-
laration (Great Britain's pledge
for the establishment of a Jewish
national home in Palestine) in the |
League of Nations mandate atter
the first World War must again
assert itself after the present con-
flict."
Governor Lehman, who will di-
rect American efforts for the re-
habilitation of subjugated peoples
liberated by the Allied armies,
observed that promotion of Uv;
upbuilding of Palestine would
represent a "distinctive contribu-
tion to the winning of the peace.
DUTCH^IeWIsITIiUMORIST
AND WRITERjMES IN PRISON
London (WNS-ANETA) The
death of the well-known Nether-
nd9 Jewish writer and humor-
ist, Herman Salomonson in a;
prison in German-occupied Hoi-
land, was reported this week by
a reliable confidential source.
Salomonson wrote under the
pen name of Melis Stoke. He was
well acquainted in journalistic
drees at the time of the Ger-
man Lasion of the Netherlands,
nTing been head of The Hague
Bureau of ANETA.
P
DEMAND REPRISAL RAIDS ON
NAZI CITIES FOR KILLINGS
OPEN MICE MEET
21
The Gables Racing Associa-
tion's Tropical Park, which will
again have the honor of opening
Florida's winter season of thor-
oughbred racing on December 21.
is rapidly gaining its "best dress"
for its second wartime inaugural
of World War II.
Completely renovated and ex-
tensively redecorated, the pictur-
esque thoroughbred racing cen-
ter already is a scene of much
activity with some 500 of the as-
signed 750 horses already stabled
and holding regular workouts.
Carrying the silks of Alfred G.
Vanderbilt, racing in Florida for
the first time; Charles S. Howard.
Mrs Emil Denemark. Mrs. Wes-
ton W. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Bromley, Hirsch Ja-
cobs and many other famous
owners and trainers, the racing
contingent at Tropical for the
coming 20-day meeting is the
best in the track's history.
Recent issuance of the first
condition book arrays daily pro-
grams of eight races and a purse
distribution of approximately
$70 000 for the first 10 days. The
well-balanced daily cards re-
ceived enthusiastic response lrom
the horsemen and Robert S. Shel-
ley racing secretary, announced
assurance that each event each
day would provide well-filled
fields of stars. The meeting will
be opened with a double-featured
program including the $2,000 in-
augural handicap for three-year-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
Jerusalem (WNS)The forma-
tion of special Jewish air corps
squadrons to bomb Nazi cities in
reprisal for the ruthless slaugh-
ter of 2,000,000 Jews in Nazi-oc-
cupied Europe was demanded in
resolutions adopted by mass-
meetings throughout Palestine.
The meetings were held to con-
demn the Nazi scheme to exter-
minate the Jewish population of
occupied Europe.
The meetings called upon the
United Nations to establish Jew-
ish military "nits t0 participate
with the Allied forces in the
eventual invasion of Nazi-held
Europe. Protest demonstrations
occurred throughout the country
with housands of Allied soldiers
stationed in the Holy Land par-
ticipating.
Addressing a huge mass-meet-
ing in Tel Aviv, attended by more
than 10,000 school children.
Mayor Rokach of the all-Jewish
city called for the organization
of units of "ghetto-breakers" to
demolish the ghetto walls in Eu-
rope and to liberate the enslaved
Jewish communities.
Jerusalem (WNS)The sad-
dened Jewish community of Pal-
estine, horrified by details of the
Nazi program of extermination
against the millions of Jews in
occupied Europe, proclaimed a
week of mourning and ordered
all Jewish-owned places of en-
tertainment closed for the entire-
week.
The entire Jewish community
joined in observing Wednesday.
December 2. as a day of fasting:
and special prayers for the mil-
lions of innocent and helpless vic-
tims. Throughout the week h<
Hebrew press appeared ith
heavy black borders on its pagts.
All Jewish owned enterprise)"
were closed from noon to mid
night on December 2 to permi'
Jews to observe the national day
: of mourning.
The Jewish National Asscmblv
appealed to the democratic no-
tions of the world and to the
(Vatican to do everything possible
to save the Jews in Nazi-occu-
pied Europe from total extern"
nation by the Nazis. Chief Rahh.
Herzog visited the Papal Nun..
and informed him of the Nazi
plans to speed up their annimla
tion of the Jewish people. The*
Papal Nuncio was reportedh
sympathetic and assured thf
I Chief Rabbi that the information
would be immediately transmit -
ted to the Vatican.
Protest demonstrations occur -
red throughout the country. Om
demonstration in Tel Aviv called
upon all Jews to avenge Jewish
blood "shed on a scale unprece-
dented in the darkest period of
Jewish history."
The Heorew press in Palestine
appealed to the United Nations
to organize an international!
I movement to save at least the
| Jewish children from Nazi
I slaughter.
The Hebrew newspaper Habo-
jker commented: "Why don't the
[ radios of London. Washington.
I and Moscow broadcast in Ger-
! man that the whole German na-
jtion will be held responsible for
the extermination of the Jew*
and will pay for it? Why doesn't
the Vatican radio call upon tht
Christian world to protest against
the Nazi slaughter of innocent
Jewish men. women and chil-
dren'"
SPECIAL THANKSGIVING DAY
SERVICES FOR JEWISH AEF
London (WNS) Special
Thanksgiving Day services for
Jewish soldiers serving with the
United States Army in London
were held at the great Syna-
gogue in the West End of Lon-
don with the Jewish Lord Mayor,
Sir Samuel Joseph, and Chiet
Rabbi Hertz in attendance.
A number of notable Jews and
non-Jews attended the special
services, said to be the first in
the history of the Jewish com-
munity here. The Synagogue was
crowded with soldiers and offi-
cers.
CHIEF RABBI OF AMSTERDAM
DEPORTED TO EAST EUROPE
London (WNS)Reliable pri-
vate advices reaching the Dutch
news agency in London this week
said Chief Rabbi Lodewijk B
Sarlouis of Amsterdam and Max
Bolle, secretary of the Jewish
Council, had "left Amsterdam
with their families."
The report was believed to in-
dicate that they had been de-
ported by the Germans to east-
ern Europe. Dr. Sarlouis, 58
years old, has been Rabbi of the
Grand Synagogue of Amsterdam
since 1912 and Chief Rabbi of the
Netherlands Israelite Community
for the Amsterdam district since
1936.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1942
Social

Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Loyalty Club. Emunah Chap-1 Dr. Edward Roth, well-known
ter 175. Order of the Eastern Star, physician of Miami Beach for the
will have their annual quota
party in the form of a luncheon
to be held Sunday. December 6.
at 1 p. m.. at the Garden Restau-
rant. 2235 S. W. Eighth street.
The committee in charge are
Mrs. Lena Simon, toastmaster;
Mrs. Lillian Beckwitt, gifts; Mrs.
Rae Frank, hospitality; Mrs.
Green, decorations, and Mr. Sid-
ney H. Palmer, song leader. The
invocation will be given by Mrs.
Bertha Halpern. Other members
who have made their yearly
-quota and their guests are: Mrs.
Anne Wucher and Mr. Morris
Frank. Worthy Matron and Pa-
tron; Messrs. Jack. Lloyd and
Irving Wucher; Miss Charlotte
Frank. Mr. Harma Liebowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer, Mr. and
Mrs. Rubin Davidoff. Miss Kalia
Saunders, Dr. and Mrs. Chas.
Beckwitt. Hortense and Beatrice
Beckwitt. Mrs. Maxwell Rosen-
thai. Mr. and Mrs. I. Reisman.
Mrs. Sarah Augustine. Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Gottesman. Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Somberg. Edward Som-
berg. Mrs. Sarah Meyer. Mrs.
Molly Nadelbaum. Mrs. Alta
Schwartz. Mrs. Tilly Zucker. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack and A1 v i n
Schwartz. Mr. Max Halpern. Mr.
Bernard Simon. Mr. Harry Green.
Miss Harriet Goldman. Mr. Stan-
ley Jamison. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Jamison. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pal-
lot, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Syman, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Raff. Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Levi. Miss Shirley Jamison,
Mr. Bernard and Miss Rochelle
Belenky, Mr. and Mrs. Molly
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Blank. Mrs. Max Kupferstein.
Mrs. Falkenstein, Mrs. Micael Ar-
nold. Mrs Frances Waschoff and
Miss Shirley Meyer. Officers of
the Loyalty Club are: Lena Si-
mon, president; Etta Davidoff.
vice-president, and Deborah
Meyer, secretary-treasurer.

Irving Gorringer. 19. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gerringer,
4397 North Michigan avenue,
Miami Beach, left for Orlando
Wednesday to be inducted into
the services of the United States
Marine Corps.
Buy War Bonds loaay
past 10 years, is now in Omaha,
Nebr., with the Maritime Service.
He was recently commissioned as
passed assistant surgeon in the
United States Public Health Serv-
ice. This is equivalent to the
army rank of captain. Dr. Roth,
attending physician at St. Fran-
cis Hospital, is also a member of
the National, State and Dade
County Medical Societies. In ad-
dition to his duties in Omaha he
is attending the medical service
under Dr. Bliss, chief of medicine
at University of Nebraska Medi-
cal School, in non-profit work.
Dr. Roth is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Roth of Miami Beach.
At the Workmen's Circle
Branch 692. Friday. December 4.
a lecture will be given by Mr.
Aaron Tort, ORT representative.
Sunday, December 6, at 5 p. m..
a supper will be held in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Siegel,
who are celebrating their thirty-
fifth wedding anniversary. Tues-
day, December 8. a special meet-
ing for the nomination and elec-
tion of officers will be held. All
the above meetings will be at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum at 25
Washington ave.. Miami Beach.

Lieutenant Peter Garvett has
returned to his station in San
Antonio, Texas, after spending
a 10-day furlough with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Garvett.

The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation for Palestine. Club No. 2.
will have a Hanuka party Decem-
ber 9, at the Workmen's Circle
Lyceum, 25 Washington avenue.
Cantor Mamches will light the
candle and sing the prayer.

The marriage of Hilda H. Feit
to Happy Salus will take place
Sunday, December 6, at the home
of Mr. Salus, 1945 N. W. Thirty-
ninth street. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will officiate. All friends
are invited.

Mrs. Patterson and daughter,
Julie, are spending several days
with Samuel Patterson, who re-
cently enlisted in the army and
is now stationed at Amarillo.
Texas.
Miss Evelyn S. Malmud
Mr. and Mrs Morris Malmud,
463 S. W. 28th road, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Miss Evelyn S. Malmud, to Master
Sgt. Herbert S. Joseph, U. S. A.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Joseph,
721 15th street, Miami Beach.
The wedding will take place
Dec. 6 in Temple Israel with Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman officiating
at the ceremony at 4 p. m.
Miss Malmud attended schools
in Philadelphia and the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Sergeant Joseph attended New
York University, where he was a
member of Phi Sigma Delta. He
is stationed at Camp Stewart, Ga.
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Evelyn Silverman, sister of the
bridegroom, as matron of honor;
Miss Doris Malmud, her sister,
maid of honor; Miss Anita Mal-
mud, bridesmaid. Jack Silverman
was best man.

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Choice plots are available in Mount Nebo
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The Spinoza Forum will meet
this Saturday afternoon, 2 to 5
p. m., on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolf son. 11th
street, between Collins avenue
and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
All music lovers are urged to
come early and listen in to the
beautiful opera La Traviata,
broadcasted from the Metropoli-
tan Opera House in New York.
A 4 p. m. there will be a brief
talk by Lawrence E. Schlecter
of New York. All are welcome.
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Monday. December 7, at 8 p. m..
the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will hold a
joint meeting with the men's
club of the Center, at which time
the Men's Club will present a
flag to the Center, given by Mr.
Herman Glasser. Joseph Ber-
man, president of the Men's Club,
will preside at the installation of
the officers of the sisterhood.
Rabbi Bension will offer prayer,
community singing led by Can-
tor Abraham Wolf and entertain-
ment will follow. Nat H. Hankoff
will be master of ceremonies.

Under the supervision of Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei, and with Mr.
Max Silver acting as Kohain, the
Pidyon Haben of the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Perry took
place last Sunday afternoon at
227 E. San Marino Drive, Miami
Beach. Later the same afternoon
at the Jackson Memorial Hospi-
tal, Rabbi S. M. Machtei offi-
ciated at the Brith Milah of the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Gordon,
4575 Nautilus Drive, Miami
Beach, and yesterday afternoon,,
at the Victoria Hospital, the rit-
ual circumcision of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Kaplan. 1034
Michigan avenue, Miami Beach,
took place.

Mrs. Ethel Krakow passed
away last week at the age of 58.
A resident of Miami for three
years at 1560 S. W. Fifth street,
she leaves her husband. Henry,
of Miami, and a brother. Isaiah,
of Chicago. Services were held
at the Gordon Funeral Chapel
Thursday and interment was in
Chicago.

Stanley Zalis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Zalis, 562 N. W. Forty-
eighth street, recently enlisted in
the armed forces as yeoman third
class and is stationed in Jackson-
ville, Fla.
A Chanukah Festival and Lit-
erary evening sponsored by the
Pioneer Women's Organization of
Greater Miami. No. 1, is sched-
uled for Sunday afternoon. Dec
6th. at 2:30. It will take place
at the Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter. 846 Michigan Ave. An ad-
mission of 50 cents will be
charged, with the entire pro-
ceeds going to the Palestine
Emergency Fund. Under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Henry Seit-
lin the program will include a
talk on Chanuka by Mrs. Freed
man; Candle Lighting by Miss
Bea Rothstein; a reading of Sho-
lem Aleichem's Chanuka Gelt by
Mrs. M. Shubok; reading by Mrs.
Sonia Berbert. well known poet-
ess, one of her own compositions,
and an address by Mrs. R. Roth-
stein on the Importance of the
Palestine Emergency Fund.
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Word was received here last
Friday of the death of Mr. I. Wise
of Sharon, Pa., at the age of 71.
Among members of his family
surviving him are twin sons, A.
M. and A. L. Wise, and another
son, Albert Wise, formerly of
West Palm Beach. All are located
in Miami in the clothing business.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis of
Baltimore have arrived at Miami
Beach, where they will spend
their twelfth winter here. They
reside at the Polo Apartments.
New York (WNS)Miss Na-
omi Chertoff of this city, daugh-
ter of Dr. Paul Chertoff, associ-
ate professor of Rabbinics at
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
was elected national president of
Junior Hadassah, the young wo-
men's Zionist Organization of
America, at the conclusion of its
nineteenth annual convention.
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THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
(This
weekly feature la prepared
nubile relations committee of
I..__t A-ri a ml V u *'V
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? ,'n U.r Miami Army and Navy
*" Sittra of the National Jewl.sh
gSffre Board. The committee. In-
"'Ha William I. Boxerman. clutlr-
'""'^ it,V. amln Bronston. Wed K.
Sf"h,. arid Paul Weitzman.
irniitrlbutlons to this column are
J&mtd particularly In the form of
SST ...lived here from Greater
5iml bojn now In the service.)
A Bombardier's Courage
We couldn't tell the story
about one of our Jacksonville
Jewish boys any better than did
,hc National Jewish Welfare
Board in recording it, so here
, yarn from their war rec-
ords:
They were loading U. S. Flying
Fortsesses with five hundred-
pound bombs in the pitch-black-
ness of a war-time English night.
Five of the heavy monsters had
been fused and were in the bomb
racks The bomb handlers
were readying four more, finning
and fusing them, fitting shackles
over them prior to hoisting them
into the bomb bay.
Now the tenth bomb, already
fused, was being examined by an
air corps corporal from Jackson-
ville. Fla. Corporal Julius
Goldlatt heard a sinister sound.
He knew at once that the spring
of the tail fuse had popped back
against the fin He was
armed'
"Bomb armed! Bomb armed!"
shouted Goldblatt.
It was a question of seconds,
seconds in which to decide wheth-
er to run or take chances .
The corporal did not hesitate .
He jumped to the tail of the
bomb, quickly unscrewed the
fuse, hurled it far across the run-
way where it detonated .
harmlessly.
Corporal Goldblatt, whose pals
are trying to see that he gets a
medal for this display of cour-
age, is a bombardier Origin-
ally he planned to be a flying ca-
det, but they turned him down
because of his age. then placed
him in Class 1-B because of his
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teeth They later raised the
age limit, and he tried again
but he turned 28 before they act-
ed on his application.
"So I took the next best thing."
Julius explained, "and enlisted in
the air corps ordnance ... We
boys forget all about our trou-
bles and hard work when we are
loading a Fort, because we feel
then that we are doing .......
good."
It's a far cry from the old days
for Goldblatt. anyhow He
used to work in a retail liquor
store
Thumbnail Sketches
Corp. Murray Kalich is in an
anti-aircraft unit with the army
in Brooklyn. Not so lone, ago,
according to a loiter which he
wrote his mother, he made a trip
to Rio de Janeiro in the line of
duty Philip Kaplan holds a
commission as a first lieutenant
in the field artillery and is sta-
tioned at Fort Bragg.
Lieut. Robert B. Levin flew in-
to town this week from McGreg-
or, Texas, where he is in charge
of all inspection work at a large
ordnance plant Zob, who is
just as modest and as genial as his
dad, Ike, has been going steadily
up the military ladder since his
graduation from Georgia Taeli.
Arthur H. Courshon testifies to
the value of training as a civil-
ian pilot under the supervision of
the Civil Aeronautics Board .
While attending the University
of Florida he took such training
and now is finding it most useful
as an aviation cadet in the army
air corps After a law course
at the University of Florida.
Courshon was sent to the classifi-
cation center at Nashville. Tenn.
Jack Cohen has enlisted in the
U. S. Navy Morris Katz is in
the army air forces at Stuttgart,
Ark. with the troop carrier squad-
on Katz has done no small
amount of traveling since he en
listed September 8. having been
sent successively to Camp Upton.
N. Y.. Louisville. Ky.. and San
Antonio. Texas.
Robert Goldstein, who enlisted
last July in the marine corps,
has completed his basic training
at Harris Island and is now at-
tending a communication school
of the signal corps Harold
Goldstein, his brother, also en-
tered service in July and is a
cadet in the army air corps.
Plans are being completed for
the dedication of a service
plaque, to contain the names of
all Jewish men and women
from this area in the armed
forces. If you have a friend
or relative in service will you
please cooperate by phoning
the name to 3-6306. or address-
ing it to Mr. Boxerman at 330
Seybold Building? We would
like to have the list of names
as complete and as accurate
as possible.
TROPICAL PARK TO
OPEI RACE MEET
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(CONTINUED PROM PAG It
olds and upward at six furlongs
and the $1000 South Miami purse
for two-year-olds, also at six fur-
longs.
Contrary to many misstated ru-
mors. Tropical Park's location on
the edge of Coral Gables and
within a short distance of regular
municipal bus lines, assures the
patrons of reasonable transporta-
tion under wartime conditions.
With i1 : area now offering its
great civilian population in
history, Henry L. Straus. Tropi-
cal Park president, predicted that
"the meeting will enjoy a gtf
success than the pessimistic
would like to believe and thor-
i ughbred racing again will play
its major role in answer to the
t ite's tax problems."
Patrons also will see a much
improved racing strip as it has
been minutely groomed under the
supervision of John Keegan, new
track superintendent. Early ar-
rivals among the horsemen agree
to its improvement which offers
a softer track cushion for the
racers.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
GALA PARTY OF Y WILL BE
EVENT OF NEXT THURSDAY
Talk around the "Y" circles
centers around the eleventh an-
nual dance to be held at the
Coral Gables Country Club next
Thursday evening. December 10.
at 9 o'clock. This event is now
an annual institution and many
of the oldtimers look forward for
a reunion of friendship and ac-
quaintances.
The committee has worked in-
cessantly to make this an out-
standing affair. It has pro-
cun d Cy Washbum and his Mi-
ami Biltmore orchestra for the
occasion. This is one of the out-
standing orchestras in this area.
Many of the members have been
with big-name bands in New
York and the metropolitan dis-
trict.
The sale of tickets is very en-
couraging, according to Al Berk-
owitz, chairman of the commit-
tee. Many special events and
contests will be featured. Tickets
are SI.10. For reservations call
the Y.M.H.A.. 3-4012.
Thanksgiving Entertainment I is to form a Cub Troop for boys
Outstanding Affair to sponsor wholesome and noces-
For the first time in the an- sary recreational activities.
nals of the Y.M.H.A. doors had I Don t Forget
to be closed last Wednesay night | The "Y" installation of officer!
to prevent overcrowding and Sunday night, December 6. Hon.
fire risks at our building. Over Pat Cannon will be the principal
350 persons attended the beauli-I speaker.
ful Thanksgiving ceremony in I Annual "Y" dance Thursday.
co-operation with the Greater December 10. at the Coral Gables
Miami Rabbinical Association Country Club Make your reser
The principal speaker was Chap-! vations now.
lain Camillus Angel of the Army ; BOWLING
Air Corps, who stressed the fact! Y.M.H.A. Duckpin Bowling
that civilians can do a great deal League. No. 1 Group, started last
to help win the war. Rabbis! week at the Palace Bowling Cor-
Kaplan. Mcscheloff. Zwibnan and nor. Teams are:
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Filling to overflow capacity
the large auditorium of the Beth
David Talmud Torah. more than
350 people turned out to pay
tribute to Rabbi Max Shapiro of
Congregation Beth David. The
reception tendered by the Beth
David Sisterhood to both Rabbi
jand Mrs. Shapiro for the entire
'community marked 10 years the
Rabbi had served Miami's Pio-
neer Congregation as its spiritual
head and its representative in
communal activity.
In a series of brief addresses,
leaders of various phases of com-
munal activity paid tribute in elo-
quent remarks citing the accom-
plishments and achievements of
' Rabbi Shapiro. Speakers included
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Mr. Sid-
ney H Palmer, Mr. Louis Hei-
man. Master Elmer Oliphant. Mrs.
Harry Oliphant. Mr. Stanley C.
Myers was chairman of the eve-
ning Rabbi Shapiro responded
in an address to the audience and
delivered a timely and inspiring
message. Musical selections were
presented by Miss Dons Feld-
man and Miss Ruth Brotman ac-
companied by Miss Anyuta Meh-
cov. Telegrams of congratula-
tions were read.
The committee was headed by
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and she
was assisted by Mrs. Leo Acker-
man, Mrs. Isadore Fine. Mrs S.
M Goodman. Mrs. Jake Engler,
Mrs. Sadye Rose and Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz.
Machtei took part in the cere-
mony. A talkie dim entitled
"Dream of My People." featuring
the late Cantor Rosenblatt, was
shown. Maurice Grossman was
chairman of the evening.
Joint Meeting of Service League
and Victory Belles
A joint meeting of the Victory
Belles and the Miami Service
League will be held at the "Y"
next Monday evening. December
7, at 8:30 o'clock. Matters of
vital importance concerning both
organizations will be discussed.
All members of the Service
League and all Victory Belles are
requested and urged to attend. I
Mixed Children's Group Formed
at "Y"
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, announces that a mixed
group of boys and girls is now in
the process of being formed. The
ages range from 10 to 13. All
children interested, please regis-
ter at the "Y" office.
Cub Troop
Last week we sent notices out
to parents of boys 9. 10 and 11
years of age. The purpose is to
form a Cub Troop. The response
has been very gratifying. All
parents of boys between the ages
mentioned above, please notify
Mr. Grossman and as soon as de-
tails are completed a meeting will
^e called. The purpose of this
Ranger sGeorge Chertkol.
captain; George Rachlin, Sam
Neufeld, Sam Weber and Sid
Kaplan.
Supermen Allie Berky, cap-
tain; Frank Rose, Hal Berky. Her-
man Waitsman and Pete Silver-
man.
BombardiersMarty Milstein.
captain; Murray Apte. Milton
Friedman. Ted Bramson and
Gene Weiss.
Hi-FliersAl Reisman, captain
Mike Mirelson, Sol Weinkle, Bill
Segal and Jack Geyer.
TigersAbe Berky, captain;
Larry Grossberg, Jules Wilson.
Joe Berman and Nat Blumberg.
CommandosH a I Levinson,
captain; Sam Seitlin. Sam Bad-
anes. Jack Apte and Harry Moss.
The No 2 Group, which started
Nov. 23. includes:
Flamingos Marty Schwartz,
captain; Izzy Schemer. H. Gor-
don, Ben Silver, R. Clein and
Al Moses.
Canadian Aces Myron New-
man, captain: Sam Weider. Bob
Miller. Herby Kaslick. Matkms
and Ed Rubin.
Flondians George Cohen,
captain: George Greenberg. Ed
Van Dam, Jack Levin, Bob Bo
din and Lackerman.
MiamiansAl Weiner. captain.
R. Lubel. Ben Clein. M. Mo;es
.id. Sii gel and S. Kostroff.
AN OPEN LETTER
Through the courtesy of the
Jewish Floridian. I avail myself
of the opportunity to extend my
gratitude to the many members
and friends who participated in
the lovely reception that was ten-
dered to me last Sunday night.
To me. it expressed an act of
faith and an affirmation in the
ideals we strive to uphold in our
community. I also extend my
thanks to the many individuals
and organizations for their well-
wishes and greetings.
Sincerely yours.
HABBI MAX SHAPRIO.
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedom
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,si-r sal.....in..- with Hie 'l*rk of the
,-. ui, four! of Hade County. Hor-
BENJAMIN FIRESTONE
SALLY FlREifTONE
I'.MI. WEITZMAN, Attorney
II 6-13-20-27 12/4______
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rleralKiieii, ilenliing to engage In busl-
.,_ un.i..,- the rictltlouH yams of
PAUL'S RESTAURANT, 481 V E.
s,'.,-,i l Avenue, Intends t" register
%U name i,h the Clerk of the Clr-
,,, court of Dnde Cow^^OfUfe
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12 i-H-11-26 l I
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ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 48
LOCALITIES
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Beth
David has rounded out a decade of service to
his pulpit and community. Tendered a recep-
tion this week-end, a huge turnout was pres-
ent to hear tributes deservedly paid. Ten
years is a long time and a man in the rab-
binical field must be able to produce and
achieve results. He must be able to satisfy
43 variety of minds and tastes. Rabbi Shapiro
has so done. He has put forth much effort and
should derive much satisfaction from that ef-
fort Miami is fortunate in having Rabbi Sha-
piro in its midst. The turnout last week dem-
onstrated the community's feelings. Miami
is determined to keep him in its midst for many
years to come.
Last month, when communities all over the
country were holding large meetings on the
observance of Balfour Day and Zionists every-
where were on the job, Miami was conspicu-
ous by its state of quietude. What has hap-
pened to the Greater Miami Zionist District?
Will it ever awaken from the lethargy into
which it has fallen? Will it come out of its
present coma? Will it ever secure undivided
attention of capable leadership to take it forth
fiom its present doldrums? Miami needs an
active Zionist body!
Mark Max, long a figure in this area, al-
ways in the forefront in civic undertakings,
was honored recently by the government in
having presented to him the first award in the
State of Florida, the OPA Certificate of Merit
for "Untiring and Unselfish Service" as head
of Miami's War Price and Rationing Boards.
Miami Jewry can well be proud of its repre-
sentative playing such a prominent part in
this wartime role.
LEHMAN'S NEW POST
The appointment by President Roosevelt of
Governor Lehman of New York to the post of
director of relief for populations liberated by
the United Nations is one that should give gen-
eral pleasure.
It is a post in some respects analogous to
that held by Herbert Hoover in the first World
War but the analogy goes only a certain dis-
tance. Hoover's task was largely to feed our
own allies, though towards the end of the war
it somewhat broadened in scope. But Leh-
man's post is pointed first on the populations
which have been tyranized over and bled by
the Axis. The task to which Governor Lehman
has been assigned is not only a great oppor-
tunity in humanitarianism but it has definite
strategic possibilities toward winning the war.
General Goering has said that the Germans
would rather have cannons than butter. We
shall perhaps see sooner than expected how
true this continues to be true of the Germans.
The North Africans now know that they will
be fed. This news will be the most potent kind
of propaganda to spread to Italy and to the
conquered peoples and we may be sure that
the Axis will do everything possible to prevent
the spreading of this news. For the news that
they may cease starving as soon as they have
thrown off the Nazi yoke will make all of these
peoples pull all the harderpull desperately
to throw it off. Governor Lehman may accom-
plish with bread much towards removing the
necessity of at least some of the bullets.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
yjtMtty Confidential
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
Kashrus on the Beach has once again be-
come a battlefield on which individuals are
trying to vent their personal spleen. We have
been keeping a watchful eye on the situation
and in the near future look forward to com-
menting more fully on the matter.
CAPITAL LETTER
By CHARLES BENSON
Anti-alien forces have won a |
cheap but empty victory in Con- 1
gross. The fight, if fight it can j
be called, came over President
Roosevelt's request for power to ,
suspend certain laws when they '
interfered with the war effort.
As introduced, the administra- j
lion's bill would have given the :
President power to stop the
working of any law dealing with 1
the movement of persons, goods j
or information into or out of the
country. The President sent his
message to Congress just before
election day, and bills were in-
troduced in both houses just af-
terwards.
In the excitement of the ses-
sion, no one paid them much
attention. But a week or so later
when the election fever had died
down and Congressmen were re-
acting to the administration de-
feat, the proposal came in for
angry discussion. Certain news-
papers and Congressmen pointed
out that "the free movement of
Bersons into or out of the
nited States" clearly covered
the immigration laws and that if
the bill passed. President Roose-
velt would be empowered to let
anyone at all into the country,
without regard for quotas, orien-
tal clauses or quarantine regula-
tions. If he wanted to.
Administration sympathizers
pointed out that under this war
power the President could do
any number of unlikely things
such as commanding the Army
and Navy to abandon all their
weapons except blow-guns and
attack the Germans in Patagonia.
Spokesmen for the President
outlined how the strict require-
ments of certain laws interfered
with the war effort. Attorney
General Francis Biddle told how
the immigration laws as they
now stand would require the pay-
ment of an $8 head tax on every
Nazi prisoner or British student
fiilot brought into this country. 1
t was explained that the neces- ]
sity for immigration inspection I
was delaying the work of foreign ^
representatives landed by the
Air Transport Command in cities
where aliens do not usually enter
the country. Nor was the secrecy
of confidential missions easy to
preserve through the immigra-
tion inspectors* cross-examina-
tion, he said.
Mr. Biddle pointed out that no
one could predict exactly what
laws might have to be suspended
as the war took unexpected turns,
but the President needed broad
powers to act swiftly when it
became apparent that some
clause or section was seriously
impeding the war effort. Rarely
if at all. he said, would it be
necessary to suspend a whole
statute.
But the subcommittee in
charge of the bill could not see
it Mr. Biddle's way. There were
speeches and newspaper columns
about "floods of immigrants" and
"preserving our standard of liv-
ing" and "dictorial powers." So
the subcommittee threw out the
administration bill. It wrote a
bill of its own to provide what it
considered necessary "safe-
guards" and "controls."
The new billat this writing
before the Ways and Means Com-
mitteediffers from the old one
largely in its attempt to limit the
President's power to admit aliens.
It requires that any aliens ad-
mitted by Presidential permission
must be necessary to the war ef-
fort and must be requested by
the Secretary of War or other
specified officials important to
the fighting forces. It states that
nothing in the bill must be con-
strued as allowing aliens to en-
ter for permanent residence, and
provides that any admitted must
leave within six months after the
powers granted in the bill have
been withdrawn.
In this connection, rather than
permit the President to retain
these newly-granted powers until
the end of the war, the subcom-
mittee saw fit to provide that
they come to the end on the ear-
liest of these three dates: Decem-
ber 31, 1943; the day after the
President proclaims the end of
the war, or the date specified in
a joint resolution of Congress.
A little analysis shows that the
new bill differs little from the
old, or administration version.
Certainly the President is not go-
ing to bring any aliens into the
country unless they will be use-
ful to the war effortthough to
judge from complaints of man-
power shortage, almost anyone
can readily be included in that
category. As for the required
"request" from a war official, it
is about equally certain that the
President makes no important
move in such matters as immi-
gration without consulting the
appropriate officials, or even
without a specific request from
one or more of them. The Presi-
dent does not pull his policies out
of a hat.
Again: it seems useless to spe-
cify that the President cannot
grant permission for aliens to re-
side here permanently, since his
request was only for power until
the end of the war. No one has
suggested that Congress be
barred from legislating on immi-
gration after the war.
About the only significant pro-
vision in the new bill is that
Congress may effectively with-
draw the powers by joint resolu-
tion. Of course, Congress can re-
peal any law it makes, but the
President might veto a repealer,
so that a two-thirds majority
would be necessary in both
houses to override him. He can-
not veto a joint resolution. But
if Congress were sufficiently dis-
gusted with the President's use
of his powers for a majority to
want to withdraw them, that ma-
jority could tie his hands so ef-
fectively that he would have to
accede to its wishes anyhow.
So, all in all, Congress seems
to have made a considerable
pother over nothing at all. It
was a good indication of the im-
portance of the rewriting in the
bill that the New York Times in-
sisted on speaking of the "safe-
guards" and "controls" in quo-
tation marks.
THE MILITARY FRONT-------
Whoever is responsible for such headlines as "47,0X10
Jews in Palestine All-Jewish Regiment Poised to Strike at
Axis" deserves to be court-martialed ... It is an open secret
that there are hardly 10,000 Jewish soldiers from Palestine
in British combat units, although many more than that have
volunteered for active service Two approaches: Louis
Adamic, in a serious and well-written article in a recent issue
of The New Palestine, discusses the pros and cons ol a
Jewish Army and projects still further his pet idea of a Legion
of Freedom for nationals of countries that have fallen prey
to the Nazis ... In his article he speaks in a most respect-
ful tone of the Committee for a Jewish Army ... In the same
issue the editor launches an attack on that same Jewish Army
Committee .
COMMENT-------
Credit Emil Ludwig, the noted biographer, for pointing
out that the crucial difference between Vichyous Laval and
General de Gaulle is illustrated by the fact that de Gaulle
has a German bullet in his body, and Laval a French one
. Walter Winchell's diagnosis of the Laval case is that
"maybe the habit of double-crossing people has become so
strong that he's double-crossing himself" Harry Hersh-
field's latest brainwave is an epitaph for Hitler's gravestone:
"Here lies the body of Adolph Hitlerthis as absolutely my
last territorial demand" The Walt Disney movie originaDy
called "Donald Duck in Nuttstyland" changed its name after
the sensational success of the song called "Der Fuehrer's
Face," released in a recording before the picture was shown
. And the film has earned Mr. Disney the abiding hatred
of all the Nazi bigwigs, who will never forgive him or Donald
Duck the insult to Adolph The advance guard of the
annual New York crop of predictions is already appearing
. The first we've seen claims to come from India, where
the yogis are said to be announcing that Germany will col-
lapse this winter and peace will be signed in the spring .
JEWISH NEWS____
Congratulations to the National Committee for Jewish
Book Week on its trilingual Annual, containing articles in
English, Hebrew and Yiddish on Jewish literary topics .
It's a swell job ... An inspiring Chanukah celebration will
take place at New York's Central Synagogue this Sunday,
when the New York Federation of Reform Temples will hold
a Massing to the Flag Rally, with members of the Jewish
War Veterans supplying the modern Maccabean touch .
Governor Herbert H. Lehmanbeg pardon, we mean ex-
Governoris expected to be the main speaker We wish
the text of Dr. Albert Einstein's speech at the last dinner of
the Jewish Council for Russian War Relief could be sent to
all those who still persist in trying to undermine American-
Russian friendship ... It might make them think, and change
their attitude .
THE ARTS____
Dinah Shore is pretty busy in Hollywood these days, but
she took a little time off to make a couple of new Victor re-
cordings The result is a delightful double disc bringing
you the Shore rendition of "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home
To" and "Manhattan Serenade" That charming violinist
seen playing away in Carnegie Hall with the National Or-
chestra Association orchestra under the baton of Leon Barzin
is Sari Frumkin, daughter of Morris Frumkin, the Milwaukee
and New York attorney who gives so much of his time to
Jewish communal causes Private Elias Newman of the
U. S. Armyin civilian life the painter of those beautiful
Palestinian scenesreports with glee that so far he hasn't
peeled a potato We hope his luck holds out His
fondest hope is that the Army will adopt the slogan "No
K. P. for Private Newman" .
ABOUT PEOPLE____
That handsome private whose good looks put all the
Army officers in the shade at the Stock Club the other night
was Alfred Crown, who at this time last year was down in
South America on a Good Neighbor mission It's the
proudest boast of Jack Cohn, head of Columbia Pictures, that
his career has taken him from Park Avenue to Park Avenue
. He lives in the ritziest part of the Avenue nowbut the
Park Avenue block he was bom on was at that time any-
thing but swanky, being just a street flanking the railroad
tracks Walter Jacobs, of the famous Jacobs Family of
hoteliers, has a new partnernone other than Al Jolson him-
self The hotel the two of them share is named Hamp-
shire House, although it's on the outskirts of Miami Beach
. We presume it's called that in honor of Walter's beau-
tiful New Hampshire hotel, Tarleton House, which has been
taken over by the Army Latest name to be linked with
Hedy Lamarr's is that of Hollywood producer S. P. Eagle,
who is distinguished from all other producers by the fact
that his initials don't stand for any first or middle name, but
simply serve to recall that his moniker used to be Spiegel
.. Elaine Barrie, the former Elaine Jacobs, who was the last
Mrs. John Barryrnre, sold her husband's California house and
furnishings in the hope of getting enough of a bankroll to
produce a play featuring herself on Broadway Reports
are that she got much less cash than she expectedbut she's
planning to come to Broadway anyway
WEEKLY GIGGLE____
Leonard Lyons tells the story of a Norwegian farmer vis-
(CONTINUKO ON PAOE )
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FRIDAY,
DECEMBER 4. 1942
-Jew 1st fkrMbn
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship
SKi^FX?108 at 6 o'clock; Late Services at 8:15 P. M.
SATURDAYS at 9:00 A. M. and 5:30 P. M.
n&Vr v IJ3!2!,S at 10:0 A- M-: Religious School Monday-Thursday. 3:45
DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A. M. and 6:15 P. m'
CONG BETH DAVID
.- N w. Third Ave., Miami
MAv SHAPIRO. Kabbl
p^idenM I'hone. -117
IX>ITIM HATMAN. Cantor
If N W. 3rd AY.. Ph. -!*
Chanukah Service*
The late Friday evening ser-
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(oates of mtrrioB)
1645 S. W. ThlH Street
Miami. Klorld*
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. K. 19th St. Ph. 2-7745
KAIII1I JACtHl II KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Itahbi Emeritus
996 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Ileach Ph. 6-1205
RABBI COUIAN A. ZWITMAN
5480 I*fiorce Drlce. Miami Beach
Phone 1-1711
vices will include special prayers
L Chanukah and for the imme-
diate liberation of all Nations en-
wlfed by the Nazis and for free-
*Am of the Jewish peoples ev-
erywhere. Rabbi Max Shapiro
'd Cantor Louis Hayman. assist-
ed by the Beth David choir, will
officiate.
The guest speaker during the
services will be Aaron Tart, ex-
ecutive director of the "Ort,"
who is visiting Greater Miami
Jewish Federation on behalf of
his institution. He will discuss
the subject. "The Jew in a Chang-
ing World." This survey will
cover the present crisis in Eu-
ropean Jewry.
Immediately after the services,
Mrs. Ernestine Dermer will serve
as hostess as a reception in honor
of her grandson's arrival
Shabboc Chanukah
During the services this Satur-
day morning at 8:30 which marks
the Sabbath of Chanukah. the
rabbi will preach in Yiddish on
the theme, "ChanukahA Les-
son in Self-Education."
Junior congregational services
will be conducted at 10:30 a. m.
These services are in charge of
David Jacobs, Bernard Dickson,
and Freddie Heineman. The
rabbi expounds the "Portion of
Law" and its applications to the
present trends in organized life.
A Kiddush is served by the Sis-
terhood immediately after the
services under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Nathan Greenberg. Adults
as well as children are invited to
participate in these services.
Sh-Losh-Seudos
During the "Sh-LoshSeudos
services and immediately after
Mincha, the rabbi will lead in a
discussion, "Ancient and Modern
Maccabees." The Sh-Losh-Sue-
dos is under the supervision of
Nathan Bader.
United Chanukah Celebration
The hoys and girls of our Sun-
day School, together with the
other Sunday Schools in this
area, will participate in a United
Chanukah celebration at the
Capitol Theater this Sunday at
10 a. m. All children are to go
directly to the Capitol Theater.
Congregational Dinner
Beth David Congregation cor-
dially invites its members and
their ladies to be guests of the
congregation at their annual din-
ner this Sunday evening promptly
at 6 o'clock. At this annual af-
fair the congregation will act as
hosts to its members. Election of
officers and directors will take
place. A fine program has been
arranged. This dinner is under
the chairmanship of Nat Zalka
and his committee, Jack August
and Harry O. Rabe.
Refuah Shlaema
We extend our blessings of an
immediate cure to Isadore Lang-
ner and Max Halpern who are at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Yahrieiten
The following Yahrzeiten whose
names are inscribed in the Book
of Life, will be observed this
month of Teves. The anniversary
candle is lit the evening before
the English date mentioned, until
sunset of the day mentioned.
Channa Devorah, mother of |
"M. Ida Hammer, Dec. 9; Eli-,
yohu, father of Morris and Sam-
uel Ehrlich, Dec. 10; Yaacov, son
(CONTINUED "ON PAGE 6)
Ladies Auxiliary
Sunday evening, Dec. 8th, a
Chanuka Latke party will be
held. Mrs. Wm. Clein is chair-
man. The affair will be held at
the synagogue and an elaborate
progam is being pepared. Re-
freshments in keeping with the
holiday spirit will be served.
Cards and other games will fol-
low the program.
Sarvicaa
Rabbi Simon April will con-
duct late Friday evening ser-
vices. He will lecture to the
audience and will be assisted in
the musical portion of the pro-
gram by Cantor Moses Teitel-
baum Refreshments will be
served in the vestry rooms.
Talmud Torah
Talmud Torah classes are con-
ducted daily at the synagogue.
Registration may be made at any
time. Sunday School every Sun-
day morning. Children of the
South West Section are urged to
enroll at the only school in this
area at the present time.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX
590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Fla.
LEWIS ORBKN. Sexton
1441 8. W. Fifth Street
Sabbath Ere Services
Friday evening, conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Chanuko service of welcome
to new members Friday evening,
at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Zwitman
will preach on "The First War
for Religious Freedom." Mem-
bers of the congregation who
have joined since last Chanuko
will be welcomed in a service in
which the president and vice-
president of the congregation, and
the presidents of the Sisternood
and Men's Club will participate.
The Temple Israel choir will sing
selections from the Handel Ora-
torio, "Judas Maccabeus." A re-
ception, honoring the new mem-
bers, will follow the services.
Religious School Chanuko
BETH JACOB CONG
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHEEOKK. Rabbi
711 I.enox Avenue, Phone 5-132S
MAURICE MAMCHBS, Cantor
621 I^nox At*. Ph. 5-7133
CONG BETH ABRAHAM
535 N. W. Fifth Are., Miami
Friday evening services at 6:15
o'clock. Saturday morning ser-
vices at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi H. M.
Kagan will speak on "The Por-
tion of the Week."
All members wish our vice
president, Morris Neidick. a
speedy recovery.
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 Espanola Way Miami Reach
Services will be held Friday
and Saturday. Sholash Sudas
will take place Saturday at 5:30
p. m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will speak during the Saturday
morning services on the subject,
"Light versus Darkness."
The Ein-Ya-Akov group meets
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at
6:30 p. m. and the Shulchan Oruch
group meets Wednesday and
Thursday at 6:30 p. m. All are
invited.
Last Wednesday the congrega-
tion observed the Nationwide
Day of Mourning and Fast. Spe-
cial prayers were recited.
Entertainment
Sunday morning, Dec. 6th at
10 o'clock at the Capitol Theatre.
This celebration will be held in
conjunction with all the Relig-
ious schools of the Greater Mi-
ami area, affiliated with the
Rabbinical Association.
Sisterhood Chanuko Luncheon
The Sisterhood Chanuko Lun-
cheon and Meeting, being one of
the four major meetings of our
Temple Sisterhood this year, will
be held on Monday. December
7th at 12:30 noon in Kaplan Hall.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Mrs.
Henry A. Kauffmann are the co-
chairmen of this gala luncheon,
at which Mrs. Harold B. Spaet
will preside.
Chaplain David D. Isaac of the
O. C. S. and Chaplain Camillus
Angel, Jewish chaplain at the
Miami Beach Training Center,
will be guest speakers, and Miss
Ruth Wolkowsky will be the so-
loist on the Chanuko pogram, of
which Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman
is program chairman.
Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman
will give the Chanuko players
and blessings, and the hospitality
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
Congregational
Daily religious services are be-
ing started now at 8:30 allowing
more time to those who can't be
up sooner. Saturday services at
9 a. m.; Kabolos Shabos at 6:15.
Shalosh Sudas Saturday at 6 p.
m.; good and tempting eatables
served and zomiros chanted by
Mr. Simon and assisted by all.
Activities
At the board meeting Tuesday
evening among other important
business the following new mem-
bers were accepted: W. I. Sing-
er, B. Erstling, Isidor Pallet and
Joe Zalis.
The board expressed its condol-
ence to Henry Krakow of the
sudden death of his beloved wife,
and ordered a memorial record be
on the books of the synagogue.
A vote of thanks was given by
the president, Mr. Rifas, and the
synagogue members to David
Bear for the splendid services he
performed Saturday morning as
Centor and Baal Maftir.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood, Mrs. Goldie
Mandel, chairman, at its regu-
lar meeting Tuesday afternoon
felt keenly the loss caused by the
sudden death of Mrs. Henry Kra-
kow and resolved to extend its
condolence to the sorrowing
mourners. L. Green made a short
talk about future activities.
The final plans for the Chanu-
kah Latke party are being com-
pleted. It will take place on
Sunday night, Dec. 6 at 1754 S.
W. 5th Street.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st Street, Miami Beach
Phone 5-979J
S M. MACHTBI, RabW
1450 S W. 17th Terrace. Miami
Phone 2-2571)
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
I>R. SAMUEL PENSION, lUbbi
1516 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 1-4781 or 5-4718
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Kt. lAUderdale. FtOJlOJ
rabbi Samuel hai-evi iahon
705 S. E. 9th Street Ph. M"
Sabbath and Chanukah ser-
vices Friday at 8 p. m Military
services at the Boca Raton Field
post chapel Sunday at 9 au IB.
Religious School Sunday at 10.30
a m Sisterhood benefit socia
for men and women, Monday at
8 Sewing for the Red Cross. Brit-
ish War Relief Society and Bun-
dles for America Tuesday from
"weekly Sisterhood night at the
Fort Lauderdale Service Men s
Center canteen Wednesday from,
6 to 11 P- m. __________
Sabbath Services
At the 8:15 service tonight,
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak
on "The Feast of Dedication. A
social period will follow. Mrs.
C. Baum and Mrs. M. Bergsman
will be hostesses.
Tomorrow morning Run
Machtei will speak on 'The Jew
Dreams." Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Rubin will be hosts at the Kid-
dush after the service. Following
the Mincha service at 5 p. m. to-
morrow, the rabbi will speak in
Yiddish on "The Miracle of Chan-
ukah." At the Se'udah Shhshis.
between Mincha and Ma ariv to-
morrow. Mr. and Mrs. A. Zinna-
mon will be hosts.
Adult Classea
The adult class in Jewish Sci-
ence win meet at 11 a.m. on Sun-
day at the Center. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei's lesson will be "Chan-
ukah-A Lesson in Courage.
Service Men s CluD
The social evening last Sunday
night was productive of a sum
of money for equipment for the,
recreation room for men in uni-
form. The committee is making
Hanuka Services
Friday at 8 p. m. special
Hanuka services will be held. Dr.
Samuel Bension will speak on
"Kindly Lights and Searing
Flames." Cantor Abraham D.
Wolf and the Center Choir will
render a program of Hanuka
melodies. At the reception in
the Social Hall following the ser-
vices Hanuka refreshments will
be served. Saturday at 10 a. m.
Dr. Bension will speak on "Praise
the Lord."
New Classrooms
The progress of the Center is
phenomenal even in these trying
times. Not only have we succeed-
ed in completing our beautiful
Social Hall where hundreds of
soldiers and civilians find pleas-
ure and entertainment, but al-
so through movable partitions
have created four commodious
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YESHIVA CENTER
IU Miealfan
Mlaal B<
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The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, located at 846 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach, conducts daily ser-
vices each week day at 8 a. m.
and Saturdays at B. Evening aer-
vices at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on
Saturday afternoon. Rabbi i.
Shulman will address the fath-
ering.
Friday Night Lecture
Chaplain Camillus Angel will
conduct a late Friday night ser-
vice at 8 o'clock Friday. His
subject will be "ChanukaDedi-
cation."
Sabbath Sermon
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach
on "Rekindling Lights" during
the Saturday moming services.
Cantor Mamches will chant. Sha-
losh S'oodoss will be held at 6:15.
Candle Lighting Ceremony
A sepcial Chanukah Candle
Lighting ceremony was held at
our Community Building Thurs-
day night at 8 o'clock for the
benefit of our service men. Our
rabbi and cantor participated.
Children's Theater Party
The children of our daily and
Sunday religious school will cel-
ebrate Chanukah together with
the children of other local relig-
ious schools at a theater party
sponsored by the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami.
Children are to meet at the
Talmud Torah building at 9:30 a.
m. They will be transported un-
der supervision of our teachers
to the Capitol Theater where they
will enjoy a number of pictures
and a Chanukah program. They
will be returned to the Talmud
Torah building at noon.
Religious School
We are proud to announce
that we have the largest enroll-
ment of youngsters of 5 and 6
years of age in our daily begin-
ners' class, the largest in the his-
tory of our Talmud Torah. We
welcome the enrollment of more
children of this age. Enrollment
takes place daily between four
and seven p. m. The beginners'
class starts at 4:30 p. m. and is
under the instruction of Miss
Sonia Shpall.
Prizes will be given to the fol-
lowing children for outstanding
efforts on behalf of our school:
Jacqueline Goldfarb, Helene Sas-
soon, Robert Malter, Larry Weiss.
Bernard Wolfe.
Service Club
Just two figures: During the
month of August we distributed
two hundred invitations to ser-
vice men for meals in the homes
of our members. The Beth Jacob
Sen-ice Club Home Hospitality
committee paid for some eigthy
meals for service men during the
same period of time.
By return engagement Private
S. Reiss again fascinated a ca-
pacity audience of service men
at the Service Club Tuesday
night with further exhibition of
his hypnotic powers.
Mixrachi Concert
Sunday night at 8 o'clock the
Miami Beach Mizrachi men and
women will present their fourth
annual Chanukah concert. On
the program will be a profes-
sional whistler, a violin duet
from the University of Miami, a
concert pianist from among the
local service men, a sextet of mu-
sicians culled from the symphony
orchestras of the country and
now stationed at Boca Raton
Cantors Maurice Mamches and
Berele Kelemer, and other out-
standing artists.
Sisterhood Meeting
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
meet Monday, December 7th at
2 p. m. at the synagogue. A spe-
cial Chanukah program will be
presented in which our rabbi will
speak, our cantor will sing and
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
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of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brodsky;
Molkah Leah, mother of Meyer
and Sidney Rauzin, Dec. 19; Eli-
yohu, brother of Mrs. David May-
er, Dec. 19; Avrohom, brother of
J. Siegcl, Dec. 20; Lora Kort. sis-
ter of Helen Panck. Dec. 21; Yi-
shayohu, father of Morris Baine,
Dec. 22' Yaakov, father of H. L.
Green, Dec. 12; Esther Teach,
mother of Mrs. Louis Weinkle,
Dec. 24; Moshe Volf, father of S.
B. Schlessinger, Dec. 27; Shmuel.
father of Julian Kurlander. Dec.
27; Shayna Raysa. mother of
Louis Borochoff, Dec. 28; Gittle,
mother of Mrs. Louis Weinkle,
30: Yisrocl Yehudah. father of
Mrs. Dave Solomon. Jan. 1; Her-
shal. mother of Anna Wasserman,
January 5th; Yudel Dovid. father
of Mrs. Ida Hammer. Jan. 5.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten of
beloved ones whose names are
inscribed in our Book of Life and
whose Yahrzeiten occur this com- ;
ing week will be mentioned from
the pupit during the services
Friday night: Label, father of
Leo Ackerman. and Pesi. mother j
of Max Halpern.
Mrs. Harry Oliphant. pro-
of the Sisterhood, announces the <
Annual Chanukah Latke Party to
be held Wednesday evening, Dec.
9 at 8 o'clock at Beth David au-1
ditorium. You will find your|
Favorite card game there, bridge,
pinochle, rummy, or mah jongg,
A pleasant evening has been
planned for every guest. Come j
and bring your friends. Hostesses
for the evening will be Mrs. Jake
Engler. Mrs. L. J. Hartz and Mrs. |
Jennie Rotfort.
Book Series
A sisterhood committee has
completed its arrangements for j
a series of book reviews to be
given during the winter months
by Rabbi Max Shapiro. "They'
Were Expendable." by W. W.
White. and "The Raft." by
Trumbull will be the first books
to be reviewed, and will be fol-
lowed by "The Song of Bema-
dette" by Franz Wcrfel. Further}
series will be among the latest
books to be announced. Contact;
Mrs. Jack August, chairman, j
5-0497. or the office, for your
tickets.
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
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purchases and the Service Men's
Club at Beth Sholom Center will
| be officially opened within a
short time. Beth Sholom and
i the men in service owe a debt
[of gratitude to the committee
which staged and prepared the
event. The recreation room will
be dedicated to the memory of Dr.
Max Ellis.
Chanukah Parties
The pupils of Beth Sholom re-
1 ligious school will be guests of
the Capitol Theater, Miami, and
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami at a Chanukah
party beginning at 10 a. m. on
Sunday. There will be no Sun-
day School classes. All pupils
will meet at Beth Sholom Center
at 9:15 a. m. Those without
transportation facilities \ill be
taken along by those parents
who have brought ears. The cars
will leave for Miami at 9:30 a. m.
The program at the Capitol will
end at 12 noon.
At 7:30 p. in. on Sunday, at
Beth Sholom Center, the Relig-
ious School and the Beth Sho-
lom Juniors will present a Chan-
ukah program of entertainment.
A social evening for adults will
follow this program.
Juniors
Tin- Beth Sholom Juniors will
hold a brief business meeting at
S p m. tomorrow. This will be
wed by a dress rehearsal for
the Chanukah play and recita-
tions.
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committee together with the of-
ficers of the Sisterhood, will be
on hand to welcome the new
members.
Reservations are 75c per per-
son, and may be made through
the committee, consisting of Mrs.
Sam Zinkow, 7-5902; Mrs. Henry1
A. Kauffmann. 2-2097; Mrs. Jack
Bernstein, 2-5344. and Mrs. Louis
Strauss. 5-1083.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services of December
4th the memory of the following
will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Joseph
Lang, father of Mrs. A. E. Rosen-
thai; Ida Bloom, mother of H. H.
Bloom; Sophia Z. Tishman, sis-
ter of Mrs. Norman Gumbinner;
Louis Letaw. husband of Mrs.
Anne Letaw.
Yahrzeits: Fanny Seidenberg.
mother of J. M. Seidenberg; Jo-
seph Mirsky, father of Norman
Mirsky, Mrs. Gordon Davis. Mrs.
Louis Davis and Mrs. Yetta Saltz-
man; Ignatz Firestone, father of
Theodore Firestone; Jerold El-
mer Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Allador Wise.
Floral offering of last week
presented in memory of Herbert
Theobald, and in honor of Albert
Weintraub's bar mitzvah.
iting the collaborationist mayor
of his village "Suppose."
asked the farmer in the course of
conversation, "Germany should
lose the war'.'" What will you
do then?" "That's most un-
likely, not to say impossible." re-
plied the mayor But when
the farmer insisted on repeating
his question, the mayor finally
said that, in the event that the
impossible should come to pass
and the Germans should lose the
war. he would resign from his
office "I'd just put my hat
on and go," he declared "Put
your hat on?" echoed the far-
mer "On what?" .
Idle steel will be fighting steel
if you sell that old jalopy to the
nearest auto wrecker now.
HITLER RAILS AT JEWS IN
LETTER EXPLAINING ACTION
Berne (WNS)Adolf Hitler,
who ordered the Nazi seizure of
the French naval base at Toulon
only two weeks after he assured
Marshal Petain that Toulon
would not be occupied, attempted
to justify his treachery in a Ut-
ter replete with anti-Jewish epi-
thets to the old Marshal.
Hitler blamed the Jews for
popular French resistance to col-
laboration with Nazi Germany.
"It is to be regretted," he said,
"that unscrupulous Anglo-Saxons
and primarily Jewish wire-pull-
ers, succeeded in interpreting
every conciliatory gesture of the
New Reich as a sign of weakness
and every peace offer later as
proof of impending collapse."
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our Sunday School will present
two candle drills.
A report on the loverly party
held last week at the home of the i
Sisterhood president. Mrs. B. H. ,
London, will be tendered.
The next Sisterhood affair will
be held at the Elk's Club on De-
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The Sisterhood invites all wo-1
men to attend this Chanukah
meeting Monday afternoon.
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ground floor adjoining his pres-
ent location thereby doubling his
facilities for rendering increased
Scientific Health Service.
Included are departments for
X-Ray diagnosis, as well as com-
plete laboratory diagnosis; short
: wave and other electrical thcr-
lapy: colonic irrigation and other
I modalities for health care and
correction, using natural methods
when all other methods fail.
Before moving to Miami seven
years ago Dr. Frank was active
. in Free Clinic and Research work
in New York City where he had
the benefits derived from study
and cooperation with many out-
standing doctors, which gave him
the experience necessary to han-
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Dr. Frank also maintains of-
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Professional duties and re-
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London (WNS)A Nazi prison
ship, carrying 1100 Jewish refu-
gees rounded up in Norway to
an unknown destination, was re-
ported to he adrift in a roaring
gale off Kullen lighthouse. 25
miles north of Helsinger. The
London Sunday Dispatch said
that Danish and Swedish life-
boats were attempting to locate j
the Nazi vessc I, but a driving de-
luge accompanied by CO-mile-an- j
hour winds, was hindering the |
search.
Fears were expressed here that
the ship may have foundered.
Most "! the passengers were Nor-
wegian Jews who were being
shipped for enforced labor to
some Nazi territory. Included
among the HOll Jews were many
refugees from Central Europe, in-
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Prague, and Dr. Epstein, both of
whom taught at Oslo University, j
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prison ship were brought from
concentration camps. The other
passengers included women, chil-
dren and infirm Jews who were
j seized in their homes and rushed
| to the vessel. Other deportations
were expected to follow.
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one-day program for which con-
servation of funds for war effort
will be the watchword, is first
on the New Year's day schedule
of the annual Orange Bowl Fes-
tival in Miami.
Gone from this year's list of
attractions are the elaborate
fashion show which attracte.l
several thousands to Bayfront
Park last year; the New Years
Eve parade which last year w.is
witnessed by an estimated 200.000
and the usual spectacular fire-
works display.
Every activity is to be centered
at the Orange Bowl, where two
of the nation's outstanding col-
lege teams will meet. A color-
ful pre-ganie program and an
elaborate between the halves
show on the field will be staged.
This can be done with little ex-
pense, since the Orange Bowl
committee has thousands of dol-
lars worth of festival equipment
in the warehouse and it can be
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rulDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1942
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N-eW York (WNS) Leading
American Jewish organizations
joined last week in an appeal to
the Jews of the United States
and to the Jews of free lands
throughout the world to observe
Wednesday, December 2, as a
day of mourning and prayer for
he Jewish victims of Hitlerism
wo million dead and five million
,j,reatcned with extermination.
Signatories to the appeal in-
cluded the American Jewish
Committee. American Jewish
Congress, B'nai B'rith, Synagogue
Council of America, the Ameri-
can branches of the Zionist move-
ment, including the Mizrachi and
Poale Zion, the Union of Ortho-
dox Rabbis in America and the
American branch of the Agudath
Israel.
The action of the American
Jewish organizations followed
the revelation, through docu-
ments made available through
the State Department, of a new
Hitler order calling for the ex-
termination of the Jewish popu-
lation of Europe by December 31,
1942, and the fact that almost
WO million Jews have already |
perished.
EISENHOWER TAKES STEPS
AGAINST ANTI-JEWISH LAWS
London (WNS) Lieut.-Gcn. i
Dwight Eisenhower, American
Commanding officer in North '
Africa, has served notice on all
municipal councils in Morocco I
that they have three days in,
which to abrogate Vichy-intro- \
duced anti-Jewish laws and to \
restore complete freedom and j
equality to the Jewish people, I
according to information received
here this week.
It was reported that Gen. Eisen-
hower served his ultimatum after
many cities in Morocco failed to
take any action leading to the
abrogation of the anti-Jewish
laws. At the same time the
American commanding officer
demanded that all French and
Arab anti-Semitic publications
be suppressed and that all signs
forbidding Jews to enter public
places be removed.
Action had already been taken
in Algeria to repeal the anti-
Jewish laws. Meanwhile, the
Axis radio intensified its anti-
Jewish campaign. The Rome ra-
dio, in a broadcast aimed at the
Arab population of North Africa,
said that the American and Brit-
ish governments had decided to
establish a Jewish state in Al-
geria after the war. Another
Rome broadcast said that Ad-
miral Jean Darlan, former Vichy
official now leading the French
forces in North Africa, comes
from a Jewish family.
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MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Dr. Carl N. Herman officiated
a! the regular Friday night ser-
vices of Reform Temple Beth Is-
rael.
The following young men who
are attending the University of
Florida spent the Thanksgiving
holidays at home: Albert Barash,
Sheldon Birnbaum, Murray Halin
and Murray Eisenberg.
Pvt. Luuis Hal pern is now sta-
tioned at Boca Raton.
A service men's dance was held
Sunday night at Sher Memorial
Ha!!. An interesting program and
merits added to the enjoy-
ment of the occasion, which was
sponsor,,! by B'nai B'rith.
I. Rottman of 708 South Rose-
mary has returned to his home
i after a trip of several weeks.
Friday night services at Con-
! gregaticn Beth El were held at
! 8:15. followed by a discussion by
| Rabbi M. Greenstein and mem-
bers of the congregation.
The semi-monthly Sisterhood
meeting of Beth El was held
Tuesday night at the home of
'Mrs. Helen Freeman, 1801 S. Ol-
ive Ave. The attendance of mem-
bers and guests was unusually
! large. Delicious refreshments
were served by the hostess and
. her daughter. Phyllis.
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New York (INS)-A declara-
tion calling upon the United
States and other Allied govern-
ments "not to delay until the end
of the war the punishment of
those who have been guilty of
the outrages against thousands
of Jews who are being extermi-
nated hourly," was adopted this
week at the final session of the
eighteenth annual convention of
the National Labor Committee
for Palestine.
The convention, attended by
more than 2500 delegates from all
sections of the country, voted to
raise $1,000,000 for Palestine in
1943, almost twice the amount
raised this year. The hope that
Palestine would soon become a
Jewish commonwealth was ex-
pressed by Dr. Chaim Wcizmann.
COMMITTEE OF FEDERATION
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Preparing for the 1943 Federa-
tion campaign, the budget com-
mittee of Federation is now hold-
ing regular hearings of agencies
who wish to make application for
funds in 1943.
Monte Sclig, chairman of the
committee, reported that repre-
sentatives of the Y. M. H. A. have
already appeared with a request
for an allocation in 1943. The
needs of the "Y" are considerably
higher now than they were a year
ago. according to Leo Ackcrman,
chairman of the "Y" board.
Other representatives to have
made an appearance and request
for funds include: Louis Heiman.
for the Florida State Student Un-
ion: M. Robert Herman, for the
United Jewish Appeal, and Louis
Nevins for the Joint Defense Ap-
peal.
Members of the 1943 budget
committee of Federation consist?
of Monte Selig, chairman; George
Chertkof. Dr. Frank Coret. Mrs.
Max Dobrin. Irving Frankel. Sam
Luby, Mrs. Benjamin Mevers.
Harry Rose. I. S. Shapoff. Harry
fiirkin. Joseph R. Stein. Samuel
T Sapiro and Rabbi Max Shapiro.
A STATEMENT
December 1. 1942.
(Joel 2:15-18)
"Blow the horn in Zion
Sanctify a fast, call a solemn as-
sembly.
Gather the people, sanctify the
people.
Sanctify the Congregation, as-
semble the elders,
Gather the children.
Let the bridegroom go forth from
his chamber
And the bride out of her pavil-
ion.
Let the priests, the ministers of
the Lord
Weep between the porch and the
altar.
And let them say. 'Spare the peo-
ple, O Lord,
And give not Thy heritage to re-
proach
That the Nations should make
them a byword.
Therefore should they say among
the peoples
Where is their God?'
In keeping with the urgent re-
quest and the unanimous decis-
ion which declared last Wednes-
day a day of mourning and fast-
ing in America and Eretz Israel
by the Rabbinical and lay-lead-
ership and because of the last-
minute declaration making im-
possible a city-wide observance
in Greater Miami, individual
Synagogues observed the clay
with special prayers and cita-
tion of "VYichal" from the Se-
fer Torah."
At Beth David Synagogue the
worshipers added "Avenu Mal-
kaenu," "VYichal," "E1 Mo-
leh," and other prayers on be-
half of the stricken Jews of
Eastern and Central Europe and
for the redemption of enslaved
mankind. Miami Beach Syna-
gogues participated.
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*Jewisii flcridliain
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
W Allan.
L
Boxennao
Thr vleWfl expressed by Mr. Boxer-
mnu are his own and do not nec-
essarily represent the opinion of
The Jewish Florldian.
Destroying Stereotypes
Physical contiguity often tends
to break down racial and relig-
ious barriers ... To what extent
this has been true in the present
army and navy is a moot ques-
tion, since there is no way of
judging attitudes scientifically.
Some of the Jewish boys on the
Beach to whom we have spoken
tell of prejudice among com-
rades in arms which they still
seem unable to erase Others
relate how they have been able
to break down sterotypes of the
Jew previously held by their non-
Jewish roommates.
Despite an inability to gener-
alize on the basis of scientific evi-
dence, it would be logical to as-
sume that inter-group tensions
are being lessened through el-
bow-rubbing by Jewish and
Christian service men Rabbi
oshua L. Trachtenberg. report-
ing on Jewish religious activities
in the United States in the forty-
fourth volume of the American
Jewish Year Book (published by
Jewish Publication Society)
dwells on this point:
"Learning to Know Itself"
"The creation of a vast citi-
zens' army brought millions of
young men of all denominations
into unusually close association
. Anti-Jewish sentiment in
America has been largely asso-
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America is learning to know it-
self and to accept itself as is,
without regard to religious pro-
fession or racial or national or-
igin.
"Reports from chaplains and
USO workers in the camps were
virtually unanimous in testifying
to the mitigation of religious dif-
ferences, and to the fraternizing
of groups of all creeds The
men generally showed themselves
! sympathtic toward each others'
religious preferences and often
seized opportunities to show them
in a practical manner.
These developments are en-
couraging to all who strive for a
better America.
Detective Wanted
If there's a Sherlock Holmes
in the reading public, let him
take note that bis services are
badly needed over at the Alton
Road service men's center ... A
few evenings ago the bill of fare
for the men in uniform was a jit-
terbug contest Everything
was proceeding according to
routine when, in the midst of tin-
festivities, a civilian gingerly
edged his way into the crowd
with the query, "what sort of af-
fair is this'.'" Upon being in-
formed that the affair represent-
ed part of the Jewish commun-
ity's contribution to the well-be-
ing of those in the armed forces.
he removed twenty-five dollars
from his wallet and handed it to
the lady in charge of the door i
with the remark. "Here, this
ought to do for first and second
prizes" He then disappeared
as unostentatiously as he had ar-
rived.
The Spirit Lingers
Judge Rutherford may have
gone the way of all flesh but his
spirit still animates the follow-
ers of the movement he founded.
Every Saturday evening on Flag-
ler street one may observe sev-
eral hawkers of the "Watch Tow-
er" and "Consolation" These
publications issue from the Je-
hovah's Witnesses sect, of which!
Rutherford. stormy petrel of i
many a legal tussle, was the head.
Although the salesmen (and '
women) do not employ high pres-
sure tactics they have a Subtle
way of making themselves con-!
spicuous ... To the best of our
knowledge, they have thus far
not been molested a- they have
been in other communities ... A
group meets in a downtown oft ice
building without fanfare.
This is as it should he Wei
do not agree with the Jehovah's
Witnesses in their attacks upon
the Catholic Church, for even j
when the critics are sincere, their
preachments tend to be divisive'
in nature The accentuate re-
ligious, factional differences at a
time when unity is badly need-
ed.
However, so long as we have
freedom of religion and freedom
of press the Witnesses are with-
in their American rights in the
sale of their literature ... It was
heartening the other day to see
the President's Committee on Fair
Employment Practices rule that
the failure of the Witnesses' to
salute the flag did not constitute
a valid reason for their dismissal
from employment in a defense
plant Members of this sect
consider it a religious sin to pay
obeisance to any physical symbol.
We may not agree with their
point of view but we must respect
their right to hold that point of
view That is the American
Way.
Gut Shabbos!
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(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
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classrooms in the new Social Hall
to accommodate the ever increas-
ing number of pupils enrolling in
our Sunday and Hebrew schools
Mi ilka Reich, the noted dramatic
teacher and social leader, is the
principal of the Sunday school
and David Freedman, famous He-
brew pedagogue, is in charge of
the Hebrew school. Special
classes have been opened both
in the Hebrew and Sunday
school to accommodate pupils
entering now. Please register
your children at once.
Hanuka General Membership
Get Together
A gay Hanuka party of the
Center members and their wives
will take place on Sunday, De-
cember 6th at 8 p. m. in the So-
fia] Hall, Delicious latkes will
be served and other refresh-
ments, Cantor Wolf will lead in
community singing of Hanuka
melodies and peppy Palestinian
chalutzim songs. This will be.
followed by cards and other
games in the traditional Hanuka
spirit.
Burning of Mortgage
Dr. Samuel Bension will be the
guest speaker at the ceremony
celebrating the burning of the'
mortgage of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center Sunday. Deccm-
her 6th. Dr Bension was the or-
ganizer, founder, and builder of
that Center, which is one of the
finest in the South.
Pearl Harbor Anniversary
A combined meeting of the Sis- j
terhood and Men's Club will i
mark the observance of the Pearl j
Harbor anniversary by a patriotic
gathering Monday. December 7th
at 8 p. m. at the Center. An in-
spiring program with prominent
speakers has been arranged. The
general public is cordially invited
to attend A flag donated by
Herman Glasser will be present-
ed to the Center with an impress-
ive ceremony.
Service Men Hanuka Party
The Service Men Dance and
Entertainment on Tuesday. De-
cember 8th at 8 p. m. at the
Center Social Hall will be in the
form of a Hanuka celebration. \
Cantor Wolf will chant the bless-;
ings for the lighting of the Han-'
uka candles, and will lead in
community singing. This will be
followed by dancing and the serv-
ing of special Hanuka refresh-
ments. Young ladies are urged
to volunteer as dancing partners
of the men. only those in uniform
are welcome at the Tuesday nighl
socials.
Religious School Hanuka
Celebration
The annual Religious School
Hanuka Entertainment will be
held Sunday. December 13th at
8 p m in the Center auditorium.
A play entitled "What's Tonight?"
coached by Molka Reich and'
Sasha Ashkenazi, will be present- I
ed by a select cast. A galaxy of
professional artists will partici-1
pate in the program. All the pro-;
ceeds are for the benefit of the
scholarship and book fund, by
means of which tuition and books
are given without cost to indi-
gent pupils.
The next regular meeting of
Sholem Lodge No. 1024 B'nai
B'rith will be held this coming
Tuesday evening, December 8,
1942, at 8:30 o'clock, at the Beth
David Talmud Torah. 135 N. W.
Third Avenue. Miami.
A program has been arranged
that will feature, as guest speak-
er. Rabbi Camillus Angel, chap-
lain in the army air force. Miami
Beach. Chaplain Angel, a gradu-
ate of Hebrew Union College of
Cincinnati, Ohio, will tell us
"Our Part in the War Effort."
Another part of the program of
the evening will be devoted to
the Miami B'nai B'rith Girls, and
among others Teresa Cohen. Ro-
salie Moretti, Madeline Schul-
man, Evelyn Gold and Marvel
Adler. will participate.
Election of officers will take
place at this meeting, but little
time will be necessary to dispose
of this part of tho business, since
there will be no contests. The
officers who were nominated at
the last meeting, and will be
elected at the coming meeting
are: Louis Heiman, president;
Milton A. Friedman, first vice-
president; Walter C. Kovner. sec-
ond vice-president; Harold Turk,
recording secretary; S. B. Miller,
treasurer; Aaron Edelman, fin-
ancial secretary; Burnett Roth,
monitor; Dr. Alexander Kushner.
assistant monitor; Maurice Crom-
er. Warden; Ernest Sussman,
guardian; Isaac Levin, Sol S.
Goldstrom. E. Albert Pallot. Carl
Weinkle and Isidore Goldstein,
trustees.
Refreshments will be served
after the meeting.
Ladies Auxiliary Elections
The Ladies Auxiliary will hold
election of officers at its coming
meeting which is scheduled to be
held at the same time and plAce
as that of Sholem Lodge. A con-
test for membership on the board
of directors is the only excite-
ment the elections will provide,
since there are twelve candidates
for ten posts. A list of the can-
didates for office follows: Mrs.
Sam Silver, president; Mrs. S. B.
Miller, first vice-president; Mrs
E. Albert Pallot, second vice-
president; Mrs. Joseph A. Ber-
man, recording secretary; Mr*.
Albert Green, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Harold Turk, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Jack August,
treasurer; Mrs. Jennie Rolfort!
monitor; Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mrs. F:ank
Corct, Mrs. Milton A. Friedman,
Mrs. Walter Kovner, Mrs Lo
Eisenstein, Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
Mrs. Benjamin Landan, Mrs!
R. Levey, Mrs. Isaac Levin!
Mrs. David Catsman and Mrs. s!
Fleishman, candidates for board
of directors.
Hillel Affair
The students of the University
of Miami will hold a Hillel Af-
fair at the University, on Thurs-
day afternoon, December 10, 1942.
at 4:30 o'clock Rabbi Max Sha-
ipiro, as Hillel Director, and Louis
j Heiman. as chairman of the Stu-
dents' Union, are arranging a
cultural program, and the La-
dies Auxiliary will help make the
affair a success by their presence
and providing the refreshments.
Felicitations to Rabbi Shapiro
Sholem Lodge sends felicita-
tions to Rabbi Max Shapiro upon
the occasion of his tenth anniver-
sary of service to Beth David
Congregation and the Miami
community. Although the occas-
I ion has been covered from many
angles, by this medium Sholem
Lodge mingles its voice with the
| multitude in extolling the virtues
of Max Shapiro, the man, and
Rabbi Max Shapiro, the spiritual
leader.
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It was all very sudden and startling, and for a little while we were a
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,r.-VJrpr's,e. ned ,Beatification and then into gratitude and finally
r-^,Sc?/,Jwtl0n ,0 tl'y'" ome waythe wishes of the VENETIAN
CAUSEWAY users.
You see. it all started with a simple (and we thought, relatively unim-
portant) announcement that the sale of VENETIAN CAUSEWAY an-
nual permits would be discontinued for the duration, due to the na-
tional metal shortage.
In addition to the shortage, we based our decision on the fact that of
.,?. ;r,cu^in.di VENETIAN CAUSEWAY users last year, only 366
MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS and 601 MIAMI RESIDENTS purchased
arnual lags. A comparatively small number we reasoned blithely,
-rka,le '"" he oecision was announced in. the papers.
Then the fun began!
An indignant editorial appeared. Then another. And another. Col-
umnists took up the cudgel of righteous indignation. Letters and calls
from irate citizens kept the postman and the phone lines busy at our
office and the manager's home.
It began to dawn upon us that we'd been under a delusion for 16
i^ ... or qulle ''ankly, we never knew you cared. We always
thought you were doing US a favor oy purchasing our annual permits
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FRIDAY,
DECEMBER 4, 1942
RIGHT OVER MIGHT
By JACOB KABAKOFF
vJewisti ikrkttan
s1u 'heological Bemlnary <>f
. |V ;i well-known rmitribuior
English-Jewlh hihI Hebrew
in tii* .-urriTil article; In- II,,. nisnlflcance of Hanukan in
jgooo Kabakpff,
*isli
to I*1
prw*
SftZnaA battle of freeaom.-The
Bdltoi i _____
The Maccabean revolt which
left its imprint not only on Jcw-
,sh history but on the whole of
civilization, did more than to
make possible the establishment
0f a Jewish kingdom in Palestine.
Were it not for.the ardent Hasi-
dim who rejected pagan idolatry
and the Hellenistic mode of life,
the entire future of the Judeo-
Christian tradition, the fountain-
head of our democratic way of
life, would have been endan-
gered.
The miraculous outcome of the
Maccabean struggle may be
viewed as a decisive turning-
point in the history of humanity.
The Hellenistic world, with its
concomitant idolatry and syncre-
tism, was certainly unable to as-
sure the furtherance of the ideals
of equality, freedom and peace.
Had not the Maccabees arisen to
challenge the Hellenistic outlook
the world would have remained
a world of Might, not of Right.
It is inconceivable that Greek-
Oriental thought could have res-
cued the world from the spiritual
morass into which it had sunk.
It was the Battle of Emmans, in
whicli Judah the Maccabee and
his valiant soldiers rqpulsed their
powerful Syrian oppressors, that
PAGE NINE
turned the tide against paganism
and encouraged the continual
growth and extension of the re-
ligious ideal. For it was not
merely the force of arms, hut
rather the power of the spirit
which enabled them to pevail
against their enemies.
How far-reaching was the in-
fluence of the Maccabean strug-
gle can be seen from the fact that
the Pharisees, who during the
Second Commonwealth were in-
strumental in the development
of a normative Judaism and an
ethical system of law. arc seen
as an outgrowth of the Hasidim.
In their own age. the Pharisees
continued the battle for Judaism.
stressing as did the Hasidim be-
fore them, that it was a "time
to do for the Lord." Through the
Talmud and a Jewish way of life,'
they set an example of an ethical I
order worthy of emulation by the|
world. Herein lies the religio-
national significance of Hanuk-
kah for the Jews and its impor-
tance for the world at large
The historic event with which
Hanukkah is associated is the
dedication of the Temple, whose
date, 5 Kislev, corresponds ac-
cording to legend with the day
upon which the work of building
| the Tabernacle was completed.
; The symbol of the eight-day fes-
j tival later became the Menorah.
| and the institution of the joyous
custom of kindling the lights
gave rise to the name of Feast
of Lights for the holiday.
The first source to discuss the
lighting of special lights for Han-
ukkah is the Jewish historian
rlavius Josephus who, giving a
symbolic interpretation of the
custom in his "Antiquities of the
Jews," was led to state: "I sup-
pose the reason was, because this
liberty beyond our hopes ap-
peared to us." Thus the lights are
a symbol of the liberty which
was effected on Hanukkah. In
ancient times, the lights were
kindled with great ceremony and
were placed at the left side of
the entrance to the house, oppo-
site the Mezuzah, as a demon-
stration of festivity. In modern
times they represent a symbol of
faith, their number increasing
daily and implying that Jewish
devotion must constantly be
strengthened.
In Palestine there has again
developed the practice of kind-
ling the lights outdoors. Until the
adoption of the recent wartime
restrictions, large electric Menoraa
were lighted in Tel-Aviv and the
colonies as the climax of an eve-
ning of ceremony and parade,
featured by a candle march in
which the children took a lead-
ing part.
The Rabbis in the Talmud
rightly stressed the spiritual as-
pect of the Feast of Dedication,
and in reply to the question
"What is Hanukkah?" answered
that it symbolized the miracle of
a single cruse of undefiled oil
which sufficed for eight days.
Sensing that the importance of
Hanukkah in Jewish history lay
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 10)
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December 15. Stamps 1 to 8 void. CONSULTgrocer.
COFFEEWar Ration Stamp No. 28 (Sugar Book) of persons
who were 15 years of age at registration May 4-5, good for 1 pound
during five weeks beginning November 28one cup a day average.
CONSULTgrocer.
GASOLINERenewalsAll second renewals of "B" and "C"
supplementary books required between December 21 and January
21. CONSULTgasoline dealer.
FUEL OIL"Period 1" coupons good until December 6. Unit
is 10 gallons. Those with coupons must, before November 21. re-
deem pledges to dealers for fuel oil bought without coupons before
October 31. Supplementary RationIf there are children under 4
years of age in family. 50 gallons; if members are sick, what is need-
ed on basis of doctor's certificate. CONSULTfuel oil dealer.
RATION BOOKSMust be surrendered on entering armed
services or leaving country. Illegal to possess lost or illegally
transferred ration book. CONSULTWar Price and Rationing
Board.
PRICE CEILINGS
COST OF LIVING ITEMSMost items fro/en at highest March
level; others at seasonal levels; some not frozen. Cheek up before
vnu talk. CONSULTConsumers Interest officers of Defense Coun-
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MOTOR VEHICLES
CERTIFICATES OF WAR NECESSITYAfter December 1 no
"commercial" motor vehicleincludes all trucks, single unit or fleet
can be supplied with gasoline, tires or parts without Certificate
of War Necessity. If application blank for certificate is needed
write: District Office. Division of Motor Transport. Office of De-
fense Transportation. Miami. Fla. CONSULTUSDA War Board,
County Agent. Defense Council Transportation officers.
SPEED LIMIT35 miles an hour, except military vehicles.
TIRESOwners of passenger cars must sell to U. S. all tires
owned above five, plus one for each trailer running wheel. Deliver
to Railway Express Agency; government will mail back check.
Private sale to dealer or individual prohibited.
TIRE INSPECTIONTires of all motor vehicles must be in-
spected by January 15. 1943. by one of designated inspection sta-
tionstire, auto and service stations as listed locally. Serial num-
bers must be recorded Get blank from auto dealer; fill out and
mail to War Price and Rationing Board.
SHARE-YOUR-CARDrivers to work must make sincere effort
to form or join Share-Your-Car clubs to qualify for supplementary
ration. CONSULTDefense Council. Share-Your-Car Office.
STICKERSAffix sticker for highest amount of gasoline ration
allowed to windshieldjust one sticker. New. larger "C" sticker
shows on face why issued. Get sticker with ration book.
USE TAXU. S. Treasury Use Tax Stamp must be affixed to
car. Buy at Post Office on S5 a year basis.
CONSERVATION
SALVAGESave all old or unusable metals, rubber, rags. Give
to Defense Council, schools. Boy Scouts, etc.. or sell to junkman.
Strain and save cooking Please and meat fat in tin canscoffee cans
preferred. Sell to meat"market; top price 4 cents, may be lower.
Save unusable silk and ravon hose; launder, pack, wait for instruc-
tions. CONSULTDefense Council general salvage officers.
CANNINGPreserve all surplus foods. Extra sugar rations for
canning obtainable. CONSULT Demonstration Agents; join 4-H
or Home Demonstration club; attend Defense Council Consumers
Interests Forum.
COPPER CENTSMint has reduced coinage of one-cent pieces
to save copper. Piggy banks are unpatriotic; turn into War Stamps.
TUBE FOR TUBESave collapsible toothpaste, shaving cream.
etc tubes; must be turned in when buying new tubes. Exceptions
gift to member of armed services abroad when mailed by dealer.
SHARE THE MEATVoluntary now. by rationing next year,
weekly allowance of meat cuts from dressed beef, veal, mutton,
lamb, are: for those under 6 years of age. -4-pound; 6-12 years. IVa
pounds; more than 12 years. 2\i pounds. Restaurant and guest
meals count. Fish, poultry, liver, heart, tongue, sweetbreads, do not
count. Ration basisuncooked weight, bone included. lU.n^uli
Defense Council nutrition officers.
COOKINGKeep burners clean; gas flame clear blue; save fuel.
LIGHTINGTurn out lights in empty rooms, lights not in use.
HEATINGShut off heat in or from unused rooms; repair
stoves furnaces; clean flues, chimneys. Close house cracks. Insu-
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cards CONSULTPolice officers; Defense Council officers.
IDENTIFICATION TAGSDefense Councils will make avail-
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BIRTH CERTIFICATESChristening records. Bible entries,
etc, help establish citizenship. U. S. Census Bureau, Washington
D C.. furnishes data from old census and World War I record for
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Continued from Page Nine
"100% IN ACCORD." SAYS
NELSON ON JEWISH ARMY
chiefly in its religious signifi-
cance, the Rabbis placed the mil-
itary exploits of the Maccabees
in the background and empha-
sized the spiritual elements
which made possible the survival
of Judaism.
Throughout the ages it was
this stress, together with the em-
phasis on the national element',
of the holiday which rendered
Kanukka a source of hope to the
Jews everywhere and an occa-
sion for rejoicing and merriment.
During the Middle Ages, it was
the practice of various synagog-
ues to read the Scroll of Antio-
chus. containing the legendary
lore in Aramaic and Hebrew on
the events of the holiday.
The festive character of Han-
ukkah was enhanced by special
meals and gatherings and by del-
icacies (largely made of cheese)
whose prcpearation came into
vogue as early as the fourteenth
idealism under God. Upon this
choice depended the ultimate
destiny of humanity.
The present war presents a
striking parallel to the crisis
which confronted civilization
more than 21 centuries ago. It,
too, is a war between two ideal-
ogies and represents the most de-
termined clash in history between
the forces of right and might. As
during the Maccabean period, the
forces of paganism again seek to
subjugate those peoples who de-
sire to maintain their democratic
traditions of equality and free-
dom. Upon the outcome of the
struggle between these two
camps there once again depends
the ultimate destiny of civiliza-
tion and the human race.
While it is evident that the
successful prosecution of the
war is ever dependent on the
marshalling of material strength,
the mobilization of moral and
Donald Nelson, head of the
War Production Board, expressed
priority sentiment on the ques-
tion of a Jewish army in a let-
ter to Pierre van Paassen, Na-
tional Chairman of the Commit-
tee for a Jewish Army of State-
less and Palestinian Jews. Mr.
century. The plying of games spiritual resources is no less the
was encouraged after the kind-
ling of the candles, since it was
prohibited to do any work by
their light. Theatricals were an-
other form which the Hanukkah
celebrations took. In the Orient
it is still the practice of Jews
lo masquerade on the holiday.
Hanukkah has also become an
occasion for the practice of char-
ity and the pursuit of the gen-
eral community welfare.
In the modern period. Han-
ukkah came more and more to
symbolize the will of the Jewish
people to survival, to the con-
tinuance of their religion and the
furtherance of their cultural life.
The Zionist movement has con-
tinually pointed to the Maccabean
revolt as a symbol of rebirth and
heroic effort to a generation de-
siring to see the realization of
Jewish statehood in Palestine.
Hanukkah has been widely used
as the occasion of Zionist gather-
ings, especially for the purpose
of Palestine soil redemption. In
Palestine advantage is taken of
the opportunity offered by the
holiday to visit the site of the an-
cient village of Modin. cradle of
the Maccabean revolt, and to ex-
plore the caves and rocks which
sheltered the heroic battlers for
independence.
The struggle of the Maccabees
represents a milestone in the
world's eternal struggle for free-
dom. At a time when two ideo-
logies vied for favor, the Macca-
bees chose to uphold their tradi-1
tion of freedom and religious
task of the hour. The principle
that Might can be conquered only
by Right, so graphically illus-
trated by the Maccabean revolt
the inspiration for all battles of
freedomis significant for our
own age which is undergoing the
greatest and most far-reaching of
world revolutions. No measure
of sacrifice, however great, can
make for the "extension of the
Four Freedoms to the four cor-
ners of the world" unless this
principle is given constant and
unqualified application by the
United Nations.
When the world was threat-
ened by spiritual decline 21 cen-
turies ago the primary of spiri-
tual values was demonstrated
through Hanukkah, the dedica-
tion of the Temple of God and
principles of the Torah. Once
again the world must now be
saved through Hanukkah.
through dedication of the demo-
cratic principles which consti-
tute the foundations of civilized
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Child's Garden of Verses." by
Abraham Burstcin.The Editor.
An ancient king Is known to us.
Who bore the name Antiochus,
Of all the knaves and fools of
yore
Who 'er that lofty title bore.
Who loved to strut and kill and
quarrel.
He took the palm, the wreath, the
laurel.
(You'll hear of this unpleasant
creature
Some Sunday from your Hebrew
teacher.)
Now first the king was proven
foolish
When in his regal way and mul-
ish
He loudly called himself a god,
For worship by the common clod.
And all the courtiers bowed low
Before His Braggadocio:
A profitable, harmless thing
It is to please one's doting king.
He set his statues everywhere.
And ordered men to worship
there.
To busts of metal and of stone
The zealous populace fell prone.
While in the squares the soldiers
stood
A cherry, joyous brotherhood
To pierce with pike the luckless
gent
Who failed to hail the monu-
ment.
would make
"I stand
everlasting
No threat of death
them change.
The king was wroth.
supreme
O'er gods and men. These Jews
blaspheme'
Go, set my image in the place
Of worship of this wilful race
Defile their sacred objects. Give
Them porkwho cats not shall
not live!"
And so they did. Too, in their
spite
They dimmed the
light.
In Modin town the news was
spread,
Where ancient Mattathias led
His five great sons and all the
rest
In homage to the Being Blest.
He smote one treacherous cow-
ard down,
And called the men of Modin
town
To fight the king and all his men,
And purify their shrine again.
Heading the Maccabean breed.
The mighty Judah took the lead.
Throughout the land the fighters
came,
Their arms held high, their hearts
aflame.
A handful many thousands slew!
They hacked the Syrian army
through,
Until the Maccabean stand
Had saved our altars and our
land.
Then, in the Temple's walls they
fell
But here and there appear a Jew, On one day's oilwhich, strange
A member of that stubborn crew to tell,
Whom even kings of high degree They saw give holy fire for eight!
Could never force to bend the A wonder which we celebrate
knee. As Chanukah this very day
"One only God is ours!" they Telling the world, and kings, for
cried aye
A God that none of them had No matter what you scheme or
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SERVICE FLAGS"
Sen-ice Flags ... You see 'em
,rvwhere. .
StrunS across the street in the
hi2 towns, or planted in front of
Je public building in the
" thrills me to look at them,
though I've seen plenty and ded-
icated some.
gut when someone asked me
whether it isn't even more of a
thrill to see the service flag in
Snt of some Y. M. H. A. and to
know that every star stands for a
Jewish lad in the United States
jrmy-my answer is, No. Why
should it be?
These boys are Americans.
Tneyre in the fight to save
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they were all Americans, fight-
ing for American democracy.
That democracy we're fighting
now to save, belongs to all the
people, and we Jews are fighting
as part of the people.
Last time I dedicated a service
flag, a lady said to me, "Isn't
it wonderful, to have these flags
showing the whole world we
Jews are doing our share?"
Sure it is. In case the whole
world didn't know it. In case it
didn't know that one of the first
men to die fighting in 1776 was
a Jew, that Jews have always
sent far more than their propor-
tion of the population to the bat-
tlefield for America. That ser-
vice flag does tell a story, and a
useful story. But when the lady
went on to say "It'll help us when
the war is over," that's where
she was wrong.
This isn't the reason why we
dedicate service flags. We're not
fighting this war in order to have
a talking point to answer anti-
Semitism afterwards. We're
fighting the war because we are
Americans, and we are deter-
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ward we expect is the same re-
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the reward of living in a free
and democratic world.
Maybe there will be a wave of
reaction after the war is won.
Maybe there will be a let-down,
and certain groups may then try
to spread anti-Semitism. But the
people who spread lies about the
Jews and their dupes who listen
to them, are not the kind of peo-
ple who count stars on service
flags. Our flags are not hung
out for them, but to express our
own pride in the privilege of
serving America.
We don't have to demonstrate
that Jews arc loyal and therefore
deserve human rights. All peo-
ple deserve these inalienable
rights, America's very existence
is based upon equality, regardless
of race, creed or color. This
equality is what America believes
in, this equality is what we are
now fighting to preserve. The
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world through this war, the bet-
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We Jews have always shed our
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statistical tables. The eight vol-
umes thus far issued contain
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cess of 3,200 illustrations, and
approximately 4.000.000 words of
text.
ing weeks and months. The stock
piles are not sufficient to meet
the demand for long and as pres-
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