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The Jewish Floridian ( December 8, 1944 )

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mami. inn in in Hill "H|" Mill!! ihJewislbJElliDipidliiaun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY \ NUMBER 49 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS 1IIIS1 HEHK THRU 10 H, Seventh Annual CpnferJ; of the Southeastern Zionist %  Son will meet this year in 55-Orleans over the week-end of Dec. 8 through 10. Delegates from Tennessee. Q£X South Carolina. MisSi. Florida. Alabama and Sana will Rather to implement in this area the plans and 3£es adopted by the national MA convention in Atlantic City They will be joined by Saul S. Spiro. Executive SeercUry of the ZOA. Rabbis Samuel Lerer of Mont Qhanuhi December 11-18, 1944 SCHOOL CHILDREN TO ATTEND CELEBRATION Eight hundred children of the Hebrew Schools and Sunday Schools ire expected to attend the Chanukkah Celebration at the Cameo Theater. Sunday. December 10. The affair is beinjj sponsored by the Beth David, Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Jewish Center, and Temple Israel! congregations, and the Bureau of j Jewish Education. An REPARATIONS IRE DEFEATED AXIS Atlantic City (JTA)—A demand .. that the United Nations arrange interesting program has! for the payment of reparations emery and J. L. Holzman of | ^en arranged, and refreshments by the defeated Axis countries to Pensacola will be guest speak%  W JH be Be rved. A special feature I the Jews as a people, in addias in New Orleans congrega-i w ,n be the awarding of ten non to the indemnities which lions at Sabbath services on-"Fri : | books, in honor of Jewish Book \ are to be paid to individual Jews. day evening. Dec. 8. and Rabbi I Month. I and that these reparations be Sylvan Sehwartanan of AuTickets are available at the ; turned over to a central Jewish guts will address the Oneg • conKrcRali0 ns. and at the Bureau body to br spent .for the dcSabbath on Saturday afternoon,, f | • \ h Educatl0 n. velopmcnt of a Jewish Palestine. TU o was voted at the six-day war Emergency Conference, which | met here under the auspices of the World Jewish Congress The Conference also adopted a | | resolution appealing for the coordination of the leading bodies concerned with Jewish post-war relief and rehabilitation. The resolution calls upon the World : Jewish Congress "to make a maximum effort in order to secure this coordination as quickly as possible." It emphasizes that. RESOLUTION WILL BE PRESENTED TO HOUSE Washington (WNS)—The Palestine Resolution, which received! the approval of the House Foreign Affairs Committee last week, is scheduled to be considered on the floor of the House this Friday. At the same time the House Foreign Affairs Committee released a report on the resolution, summarizing the history of the measure. Referring to the considerations which prompted postponement of earlier action on the resolution, the report said: "Although the military situation has greatly improved since the introduction of the Palestine resolutions last January 1944. the need for a Jewish homeland to rehabilitate and to restore to freedom and dignity those who have escaped Nazi tyranny and brutality has become even greater. These resolutions were widely regarded as a logical reaffirmation of the historic policy of the Congress, which, on June 30. 1922, unanimously resoulved that the United States of America favors the establishment in Palestine of a National Home for the Jewish people." Dec, 9. Sessions will be held at the Jung Hotel throughout Saturday evening and Sunday. Dec 10. These will be devoted to a nriety of subjects. Youth. Education, Public Relations, Membership, Fund Raising and Propamming. Miss Daphne Robert of Atlanta will be guest speaker it a luncheon on Sunday at noon and will discuss "America and Palestine." Miss Robert is member of the Executive Board of the American Palestine Committee. In the afternoon. Christian leaders of New Orleans will be 1 SELECTS THE COMING YEAR Nominations of officers took -; "the tremendous task involved : ace at a W ell-attended meeting 1 and the complexity of the probj £ { the M iami YM & YWHA last in u.e aiiernoon. wnrisiian ual session nere on lem of Jewish post-war.relief and wediieaday. The report of the leaders of New Orleans will be ^ "ncmor 3. at the Wilrehabilitation require the full COnomina tina committee with retendered ., tea. at which Miss ; f.^F&nnHotel andwas attendoperation of all forces In^ewWi ^ tolWW^mg IWrt ,„.( r; r*\ H.rmm !" m .L ,; i nil) noNniM. life" It a so appealed to affih. ariont ed .and, by virtue of no opPittsburgh (WNS)-The Amor ican Jewish Conference opened its second annual session here on WELFARE FUNDS BODIES III MEET The Executive Committee of the Southeastern Region. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will meet in Atlanta on December 9-10, at the Piedmont Hotel. Preceding the Executive Committee meeting, which will begin its sessions on Saturday evening and continue through Sunday, there will be two small group meetings: a get-together of the professional executives in the region on Friday and a meeting of the regional Community Relations Committee, on Saturday afternoon. The Executive Committee is composed of regional officers, committee chairmen and representatives named by all Southeastern member agencies of the Council. Officers are: President, Stanley C. Myers, Miami; first vice-president. Isaac S. Heller, New Orleans; second vice-president, Lee B. Weil. Birmingham. Committee chairmen: Finance. Mortimer May. Nashville; intercity planning. Donald Oberdorfer, Atlanta; l community relations. Lee B. Weil Birmingham; budgeting problems and procedures. George Chertkof, Miami; child and old age care. Rabbi Emil Leipziger. New Orleans; community representatives: Lee B. Weil, Meyer N. Kronenberg. Delegates to the conference ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are Stanley C. Myers; George Chertkof; Isaac Levin and Joseph Rose. Among the items on the agenda Robert and Dr. Carl Herman Voss will have a special message lor those in attendance. The closing session of the conference will feature an address by Dr. Felix A. Levy. Rabbi of Congregation Emanuel. Chicago. Ill, and chairman of jne Committee on Unity for Palestine Dr. Levy is a distinguished n holar and former president 0 f the Central Conference ol American Rabbis. Jie of the earliest supporters of the Zionist cause in the reform rabbinate Dr. Levy has ac"Wired a national reputation as An ak force and brilliance. A conference arrangements e in tin hands of Dr. Sydney Jacobs of New Orleans. Delegates from Miami Beach ge Shepard Broad. Alex Van waaten and Dr Louis G. Lytton ALTERATIONS IN TEXT OF RESOLUTION O. K.'d Philadelphia (JTA) — The al?•"">* in the text of the Palesf* Resolution made bv the nouse Foreign Affairs Committee !" r o a approved the bill last inVr V" hailed here bv Lessm J. Rosenwald, president of ~* Americ in Council for Juda" %  I he riiiiini ^t ee struck out the *rd 'Jewish wmocratic hami Penn Hotel and !" aUanap,^ !" --jgg; gra O < ^SUST* !" opto ~ b r%onIidered are capita, ed bX. more than Ef^pcrwns. We. ^ ^ congress to, JJP on wi „ ea d the organizafunds budgeting procedure : cornincluding W,gy! p „. "u ate action to secure for it i p „ lor l he coming year. George munity organizations, utilization scntimj national me nbtrsl.> or U ini!s necessary for work "m go" choscn president, £ commun ity personnel, and ations andIjgtah ffffHH ffi /gg of activity which look g? having served the.organiza, civic protec tion work. sTphen V S W,se JewishrgWrjL ^^ fflj^S ^bS^yg At a tea held November 30 at rt ,„„ the Conference v,.ted to proclaim 9T?iS Singer as first vice ; thc town -yrepresentatives of i session the eontlu U.mre d wide cam: J^, s ^ ent wi n assume the chair-, the Service-a-Hospita commitlately Proceeded t a JWWJWJ^ rehabilitation ^hip of the board. Leon Liebtee wcre sho wn a display of gifts ,estion whether it paigl in. £' 00(M)00 is to be raised ^n was elected secretary and ; made by the women of Grea er ,ts wc.rk and be-^ u ^ J Goldberg chosen as; Miami for chanukah presenta_.. nraani7ation. in the i" 111 "'?. .. .. ..I.„.-H Vjto,KC •:._ „ (i, ,.•,,,,!%,.., returnees at lecossary iu wii • %  ; chertkot was crius !" % "——"--„. .„ __.„ gan.zauoos a,. u -.^.";;; -Te • %  f ucUvlly whlch i 00 k fter havinR scrvc d the organizacivic protec tion work. BATff BSA Wise ,<^wis,i rebn^ ^^^srinSn'Sff^lSyS?-! At a tea held Novemb< presided. •%  '* **• nrnriaim — *^ *i% t--...,i, first vie At its second ference immediately pmcccueu %  %  f d rehabilitation,, manship of the board. Leon umalec WC re shown a aisp.ay ''* discuss the question whether it P^R" V^VoOO.000 is to be raised ^ n ^ as elected secretary and ; made by the women of Grea er JhoiSd expand its Wjygjftjta United States. George Goldberg chosen as; ; STSllttiV? It Should solely retain its present three-point pro eram of rescue, postwarre Gfflitation of Jews and tje implementation of Jewish rights in Palestine. Henry Monsky. president oi the B n nai BTith and co-chairman I the conference's Interim cumfrom the phrase Jewish Commonmd deleted another mrase uru n; he United Sta tcs rnmeni to take appropriate to secure establishi ui non wealth •mth," measures' "lent of i "Vn 1 S10000000 toto be Placed g?^ r wm ^ m K o the wounded returnees at ,he disSl of the eoordinat^^contest for directors 1 seats Finncy General Hospital Thornasat ,n mme of the three major ^^ p i aC e at the annual ville G a. Highlight of. the afterR£h oSanizations Jewish $&£* ^January. Candidates, was the reading of a -I,,I ,int Distribution Com-, ) th „ offices are: thank-vou letter from an avia A ";;-, Work Jewish Con-, fol Th th 4 yearS term: Leo Ackertlon cadct who while at the.hotmiU V, such a committee is m .f n s B Miller, Larry Gross-1 ita received a pair of hand' ~ I Should the JDC reject "'"• Dr Samuel Bcckman and Crocheted woolen slippers. Mrs. "," nU ",n^ -for the formation ^ on U A Inedman. Sidney Stepkin. chairman ex""' VW %  I ...nmittee the funds M, t 1 ^ear: Jerome Freehling.. rcssc d her appreciation of the of a central commmee.^ Wnr}A _C I .y^j^^,. Miriam sag; s p i rit shown bv the women in v Kapbecoming contributors members. ;ix Or. Tne C0 m m ittee is now readying ... Anne a shipment for Purim presenta• 9 era -^ tion. [ion *h l q • J to Florida and to donating JJ^ontY for charitable purrerr^uV .Vrobab,, fJ^SS. "*. %  ? n rcapacSjo,^ c IT S PROFESSOR HAS APPOINTMENT TO a u. 6t^*fflft Jerusalem .J^-T^^ BUKHAffiANi~XRRlVE tions Of %  ^fSgSutlon Comuniversity has announcia ( j T A)-Three hur necessUated by I New York, Members of the delegrant them charged ion was Communist-dominatThe issue was placed before entire conference after a favorable recommendation had been made by the general committee, which heard the delegates of the Jewish Labor Committee. Immediately after the vote, the delegation of the Jewish Labor Committee, which came here to Tarta, *TTA\— Three hun-! present the groups argument er now Jf-fi^ JJ^) 'hree ^ d is ^ f thc Jewish cation told the press that the Labor Committee will not participate in the present session of the conference and that a further statement will be issued in New York. %  CONT.NUED'ON PAoe 4) Sf Q Tartakower.



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PAGE TWO Jew 1st FlcridUaun i LEHRMANS HOSTS AT RECEPTION ON DEC. 10 WEDDINGS Miss Binnie Posner, daughter Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lchrof Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Posner roan will be hosts to the Greater of New York, became the bride Miami community at a reception of Lt. Herbert L. Goldberg. U. S. in their new home, 1140 Alton A., at services December 3 at Road, Miami Beach, this coming the Miami Beach Jewish CornSunday, December 10. | munity Center. Lt. Goldberg is The Chanukas Habayis will | the son of Mrs. Anna Goldberg, nake place from 2 to 6 o'clock.; of Baltimore, Md. and Miami Written invitations will not be \ Beach. The couple will leave issued. Friends and members of Sunday to make their home in the community are invited. Milton A. Friedman, president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, suffered a broken leg this week in a mishap. Texarkana, Texas, where Lt. Goldberg is stationed. Miss Rose Gellman is in St. Petersburg spending a short vacation with her parents. She will return December 10. The marriage of Joan Roth, of New York City, and S 2/c Lewis Stein was solemnized Sunday at the home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Alton Kd Miami Beach. Seaman Stein is stationed in Jacksonville, Fla. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stein. 1511 N. W. 8th St., and the brother MIAMI YOUNG WOMAN GRADUATES FROM U. OF M. WITH HONORS Rita Grossman, recently graduated from the University of Mi| ami with high honors, broke into print this week. Two of her books i have been published and placed I on sale at Burdine's and DoubleI day Doran's book stores locally and at other book stores throughout the country. Miss Grossman majored in journalism while attending the U, and was editor of the campus Max Feit has returned to the of Mrs j osep h Siegel. city after a six week s stay In New York While away he underj Mr and Mrs Meyer Schine of went medica treatment at Mt. j tne Roney Plaza hotel, Miami Sinai hospital Beach, left this week for their _, .,, „ —"T— — I home in Gloversville, N. Y. •JFa'^bF^SSrU? n0 u at 5 me They wil1 return about the first ^Sv!iJKini 2n Lm t, W !" t he ill 8 f the y ear With lheif fOUf Chil convalescing from a recent illd run ness and looks forward to having his friends visit him. Mr and Mrs Norman D Jacobs. M~ ik.,^ %  „,„ m*~A*m ~t 1238 S. W. 4th St., have as their S^rtS SSLSSSnL/iLiS. M I. Tomashoff, of Brooklyn, recently announced her engage^ y ment to Lt Norman Brown of SSfifc ft? d S2L IwfiSf^SS Mr. and Mrs. William Malta thTBrs sVXwn Thursday and daughters. Claire and Harriet. Hotel Mayflower. Mrs. Brown SSffl,*^Lf£ %4Sf?i? !" S*' will spend some time in Miami Mia !" B ^ h ; v Mr A Ma t f, ^ Con as the house guest of the Kovens. nected wlth the A daptel Co. 1890 S. W. 21 st St. Mrs Morri3 sisskind and Mr. and Mrs. J. Schoffel and daughter Bernice, of New York Mrs. J. Fink, relatives of Mr. and •£. g??* few weeks with Mrs. Herman Katims of this city. are visitors at Miami Beach. Mrs. Sisskind's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan I Namoff. 1219 S. W. 7th St. ENGAGEMENT Announcement was made this week of the engagement of Miss Nanette Joy Cohen and Marine Corp. Alvin Leonard Savage both of Miami Beach. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Cohen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul S. Cohen. 1335 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. She was a member of Kappa Phi. Quill and Scroll and Na. tional Honors society while in high school and later attended the University of Miami. Corp. Savage, son of Mrs. Theodore M. Berman, 850 15th St., Miami Beach, was a member of the Keystone club. Immediately after his graduation from high school, he enlisted and began his Marine training and 6erved in the Pacific for 27 months. After a recent visit in Miami Beach he left for New River, N. C., where he will instruct at the Marine base. Betrothal of Miss Joann Kohen to Paul Leopold is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Kohen, 1935 Park Ave., Miami Beach. No date has been set for their wedding. Miss Kohen attended Miami Beach High school and Lear school. She is now studying medical technology. Mr. Leopold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leopold. 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, recently received an honorable discharge from the Navy. FWDAY. DBCEMBEB I %  m St. Francis Hospital. 3rd al BRISM 268 B'NAI B'RITH AND AFFILIATES DIE IN WAR Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten. 618 S. W. 11th Ave., is recuperating from an illness at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper. 1274 S. W. 6th St., are visiting with their son, Lt. (sg) Max Pepper who is stationed in Jacksonville. Fla. They will return in about a week. SENIOR HADASSAH TO MEET MONDAY. DEC. 11 publication "The Hurricane" as well as of the year book, "The I Ibis." She was awarded a scholar-1 ship to the School of Journalism of Northwestern University and is now in Evanston, 111. attending classes. Her first two stories are children's tales titled "The Adventures of Salty Sam" and "Fish I Have Met and Et." Rita is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, 1421 S. W. 5th St.. Miami. The Senior Chapter of Hadassah will hold its monthly meeting at 2 p. m. Monday, December 11 at the Miami Beach YM & WHA. 1 Lincoln Rd. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, president of the organ, ization. will report on the recent Hadassah convention. A brief business report will be made by the various chairmen. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program chairman, has arranged for the afternoon's entertainment. Slides depicting the work Hadassah is doing in building up Palestine will be shown and Mrs. Harry Rubin, chairman of the Hadassah Medical Organization, will report on the gala dinner dance which will be given January 9 at the Latin Quarter. Reservations for this affair may be made by calling Mrs. Harry Platoff at 5-0163: Mrs George Chertkof at 3-7223; or Mrs. Harold B. Spaet at 6-2012. A social hour will follow the monthly meeting. MEMBERSHIP TEA WILL BE GIVEN BY A. I. C. Washington. D. C.—Of the 26,630 members of B'nai B'rith and—Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith Girls and Hillel Foundations—its three youth affiliates serving the armed forces. 268 have been killed in action or are missing in action, 258 have been decorated and 45 are prisoners of war, Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, the nation's largest national Jewish service organization, and chairman of its National War Service Committee, announced yesterday in making g ublic a statistical report of 'nai B'rith's war service record three years after Pearl Harbor B'nai B'rith has a membership of 200,000 men, women and young people. Rabbi S. M. MachteUffi^Zi this week at the Br.s fflW &S of Mr. and ?£ tJtEL u !" ciUn of a monunwi £i th l memor y of the late iff f.mH? Chwarte WiU **• fit Sunday evening. December n at 2:30 p. m. in the Jewish Jo tion of Woodlawn Part The S ceased is the late wife of MT Schwartz^ chairman of £ Chevra Kadisha. PIONEER WOMEN WIU GIVE ENTERTAINMENT The Pioneer Women's Organization of Palestine, club 1. will present a Chanuka concert and evening of entertainment on Monday, December 11 starting at 8:30 at the Miami Beach High School. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman, who has chosen as his topic, "Wanted— The Spirit of the Maeabees." Mrs. I. Rosengarten. president of the organization, is scheduled to bring greetings. Participating artists include Cantor Emanuel Barkan. baritone: Ruth C. Brotman, soprano; Edith Freeman and Elizabeth Fishbein, duopianists; and Bert Silving, composer and violinist. United States War Bonds arc %  till the best investment. Another in its series of mem-' bership teas will be held by the Women's Division of the Amer-. ican Jewish Congress on Thursj day, December 28. at 1 o'clock; in the Terrace Restaurant. Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs. Emanuel B;u km, membership chairmen,' will be in charge of affairs. Admission will be "Every member bring a new member. A meeting of the studv and discussion group of the Ameri! can Jewish Congress was held I Wednesday at the home of Mrs. ; Harry Zeilinger. Mrs. Louis. Glasser, chairman of the com-' mittee to combat anti-Semitism, conducted a discussion on the! "Rise of AntnSemitism Since Early History." A paper on the life of Chaim Weizmann, leader of the Zionist organization, was %  presented by Mrs. Estelle Kimbell, followed by a social hour. I The next meeting of the discus' sion group will take place on Tuesday, December 19. 400 ATTEND REVIEW BY WOMEN' S DIVI SION AIC Four hundred persons attended the book review and musicale held December 5 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center by the Women's Division of AJC in conjunction with its "Friday Review" series. Mrs. Isidor Weinstein reviewed "Harvest in the Desert," by Maurice Samuels. The musical portion of the program was presented by Arrah Halevy, internationally famous Palestinian singer. She was accompanied by Miss Anyuta Melicov. MELAVEH MALKAH TO BE HELD AT CENTER A Melavch Malkah. sponsored LAUDERDALE SERVICES by the Chevrah Kadisha of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will be held on Saturday evening, December 9. at 8:30. Members and friends are invited. 3 Mount Sinai Memorial Park "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY listed Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob, Miami 'wish Orthodox, Schaaici Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes THE ROYAL TEA ROOM "THE INTIMATE CORNER" AT THE HARRISON HOTEL 411 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Dairy and Fish Dishes—Home Cooking—All Baking done on Premises Oneg Shabbat will be our attraction every Friday night _ADOLPH ABRAMSON. Mgr. Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of T


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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1944 The Btth Jacob Congregation ; & inaugurate its current Adult ffl£lXweek;Wlththflnt ZEE "ii Wednesday evening. gSbJr'lSfrom 8 to 10:30 p. STThccourMwill continue every Wednesday .-vening thereafter for a period of eight weeks. Sponsorin* the Institute toJTr with Beth Jacob this year Si, be the Sisterhood of the Snff,. R ati..M. the Women's Divi-, ^n of the American Jewish ConErHadassah, and the Miami; paadb Mizrachl These courses are free and o all adults. Registration jV made at the Beth Jacob office. 311 Washington Ave.. MiTabb?Moses Mescheloff. spiritJ leader of the Congregation. *ill eive a course on Europe and the Jews." This course will jl*, featuic guest lecturers apnearinj! from time to tune and {^1 present a review of the conSEASON'S GREETINGS IIMMIE BONNIE the religious school faculty wSl give a course in elementary en versational Hebrew The course in Song Form be K.ven by Cantor Ma Mamchea and will present various types o Jewish melodies as well as the development of Palestinian music. Teaching „r sinning Jewish songs will be a part of the course. iJLlSTI in *? s,udv f uw Talmud is being given daily from 6.15 to 5:45 p. ,„. A class in elementary Spanish is now at 7.30 under the auspic Pan-Amcman League, with Mrs. Pauline Kahn in charge A second course of six weeks duration will follow the first eight week's session BETH JACOB PRESENTS CONCERT, SUN., DEC. 10 A Chanuka concert, foi which elaborate plans have been arranged, will be presented at the Miami Beach High School Sunday evening, Decembei 10. by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood A variety program in two parts has been prepared under the dirction of Dr. Arturo DeFilipi and the Lenore School ol Dramatics. A Chanuka tableau will be part of the evening's present| ation. Mrs. Jack Hirst h is ticket | chairman and assisting on her committee are Mrs. Anne Berow, Mrs. Lillian G. Mills. Mrs. Fritzi Tannen, Mrs. Joseph Brennen, Mrs. Harry Genet, and Mrs. Samuel G. Grundwerg. Tickets may be secured at the Beth Jacob office. 311 Washington Ave. or by calling any of the above committee. -— *Jei*i,n r M? rtr PAGE THREE I T Ot" !" S5£ ERSFORMRS LEHRMAN WAS 1HE ENSUING YEAR HOSTESS AT TEA DEC. 4 IMN i, 1 is NS S n T i i CHANUKA GREETINGS... TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Z1MBNS Botoxru IMS I. MIAMI AVI. Ntaal'e %  — %  Wmm Beaee Chanuka Greetings To Our Jewish Friends ROLLINS GARAGE 146 N. W. 5th St. Miami Phone 3-4634 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS X S" li. '..iFiRaL 223SSH ft* si '•£* f-lliii lilt SSk -':'/--' •• i : -.JSf* r*~ \ %  T.* "" i*' T T~ A >%  %  Cocktail Lounge — Dinners — Bus Stops at Door NEMO HOTEL 116 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Dining Room N OW OPEN! FEATURING KOSHER CUISINE RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-3491 GMA CLUB We Are Now Servina Look For Our Grand Openina! SPECIALIZING IN • STEAKS • CHOPS • GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN Choice Whiskies At PoDular Prices 150 S. E. FIRST ST. NEXT TQ HUNTINGTON BLDG. Mrs. Irving Lehrman was hostess at a tea in her home tor the executive board of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at its regular meeting on Monday, December 4. Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, president of the organization, presided. A portion of the meeting was devoted to the sale of war bonds, with Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman, announcing that the Sisterhood is close to its goal of $65,000. The religious school committee invited all the children of the Hebrew and Sunday schools to attend its Clianukah party at the Center on Sunday, December 17. Plans for the gala Chanukah game night to be held at the Center on Saturday, December 16. were also discussed. Mrs. Rosalind Berman is chairman of this event. TIME FOR DECISION TO BE SUBIECT OF REVIEW Prof. Edward Clarke, of the University of Miami, will review Sumner Wells' Time for Decision, this Saturday afternoon, 3 p. m. at the Spinoza Forum, under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th St.. between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Next Saturday Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will speak on "The Uniqueness of the Hebraic Tradition." Joseph L. Tepper of Washington and Miami is chairman. ARBEITER RING WILL HAVE SPEAKER DEC. 17 M. Mandelmon, now touring the Southeastern District in the interest of the universal Jewish encyclopedia, will speak Sunday, December 17 at 8 p. m. at the Arbeiter Ring Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. BESTS INAUGURAL OF TROPICAL 1493 Gulfstream Park, the stormypetrel of Greater Miami's thoroughbred race tracks, is runnings ahead of the 1943 inaugural at Tropical Park, according to figures of the Florida State Racing; Commission, compiled and released by officials of the Hallandale course Wednesday. A comparison of the opening; four days of the current season with the successful winter session at Tropical Park a year ago> reveals that Gulfstream Park U running ahead of that meeting in both attendance and mutuel play. These figures are released to combat talk of the poor showing of Gulfstream, whereas the meeting is running on successful figures of I loth attendance and mutuels, and with an apparentlygrowing interest in its affairs among horse fans. President Jimmy Donn ot Gulfstream park declared him self Wednesday as "very well satisfied with the general situation," adding only that efforts; are being made to have the FEC stop at Hallandale. "That is all we really. need." he said, "to insure a successful season." ;,. Keep on buying War Bonds. Wm. D. Singer First Vice-President MINNIONAIRE CLUB IS SPONSORING SERVICE The Minnionaire Club of Beth David is sponsoring a Father and Son religious service, held at 9:30 a. m. Saturday, in the Beth Jacob Community Building, and 9 a. m. in the Beth Jacob Synagogue Building. The Minnionaires Club welcomes ;ill young men between the ages of 13 and 18 to join. They are under the leadership of Dr. M. J. Safra. "A Gift of Good Taste" For THE HOLIDAYS Packed. 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?;" PAGE FOUR vJewistt Flcrldliari I^^L^^m 8 1944 I The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. 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 I.J.C. OPENS 2ND I -TIDBITS FROM tftAictfy, Confidential Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months. $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1944 K1SLEV 22. 5707 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 49 By PHINEAS I. BIRON(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) YPU SHOULD KNOW One oi the most notorious anti-Semitic in this country today is the Blue Star Mother orgaiuzatiom quarters in Philadelphia Headed by iSLTL*** Brown and Mrs. Lillian Parks, this group carries on aaSSl anti-Jewish and anti-Negro campaign Periodically 72 CHANUKA Our Jewish holidays take on greater significance in this time of war. This is a tribute to their significance. That a holiday should become more meaningful in a time of crisis is a token of the virility of the holiday. It makes us conscious of the fact that the message of the holiday is not ephemeral, but eternal. Chanuka—this festival of lights—easily takes on this added stature today. Hitherto at least for a long time, we have celebrated Chanuka perhaps for one of its lighter aspects. It has seemed to be a kind of pleasant holiday that fits in with the season. It is a time to light little candles and a time to exchange gifts. This is all very beautiful and touches something in us that we are particularly prone to respond to. But this year, in this dreadful war time—we can respond to another aspect of Chanuka—the military aspect. Chanuka reminds us that oft times men must make war, for only so can the forces of evil be uprooted. Chanuka recalls a great military victory of the Jews. We Jews had almost come to think that there was nothing military in our background—and yet see the world today. Consider the 500,000 Jewish young men in the American army. See the mighty hosts, the formidable list of Jewish generals in the Russian army—and in every Allied army, there is something of the same story. These Jews are carrying on in the tradition of Judas Maccabeaus—for as in his day a great force of evil is let loose on the earth. Fondly we dream and hope that some day the aspiration of an Issaiah that the nations shall turn their swords into ploughshares may come true, but that day can only come when the Hitlers are gone—and until then our Judaism must partake of the sword of Judas Maccabeaus as well as the dreams of Jssaiah. HEBREW PRESS BEARS DOWN ON MILITARY [ is POSTHUMOUSLY D. S. C. Jerusalem (JTA)—The Hebrew press sharply attacks the action of the military court which this week sentenced two Jewish youths, David Salomon and David Epstein, to seven years im prison ment on the charge of carrying illegal arms. The papers point out that a Washington (JTA) — Rabbi difference must be drawn beAlexander D. Goode, of Washing* ton, D. C, one of the four army chaplains who gave their life jackets to other men aboard a tween those, such as Salomon and Epstein, who possess arms to defend their homes, and those who use arms to attack the government and Jewish institutions. sinking troop transport, has been "£ m dna """,. institutions, posthumously awarded the Dis*nc convicted youths explained tinRuished Service Cross, the i at l V eir l nal th at th c y. tarried War Department announced. The I !" v T ei \ to P rote ct their settleother three were similiarly mont—which is located in the honored. heart of an Arab area—from The decorations are to be pre-' f rm ed marauders who had atsented to the next of kin of Lt. lacked on several occa sions. Goode and the others by Lieu-1 tenant General Brehon SomerSOCIAL JUSTICE BODY Smy C S^ d iKrS ne in a a 0 JeSS AC ON CONSCRIPTION mony at the Post Chapel at Fort Myer, Virginia, the night of Dec. I JJ& cSLKJVfh.fBfi Chains Goode and the' ^SSJ^Sr^fULSSSTS others. Clark V Pohng. John P. Conservative rabbis in Am.-.ica Washington, and George L. Cox. has communicated to the House S2!£2raraJ522L*l2?e MUit ? Affairs Committee fi transport SS Dorchester when it request that no vote on DOStvas torpedoed off Greenland war conscription early on the morning of Febtaken until ruary 3, I&4J. proposals be representatives of synagogues, churches and other organizations have presented Buv War BonO* and btamps to their views at open hearings it heh. preserve Democracy I was announced this week LENGTHENING SHADOW. "All cf these organizations deal with combined budgets of upwards of 50 millions of dollars annually. They have built up tremendous machinery, facilities women play host to Gerald L. K. Smith The and community support, aside Mothers are verv helnhil in th* j(. w t, ,' e Blue Star from adequate experience in Momers %  ver Y nelprui in the distribution of anti-Jewish litern dealing with the problems within ture Their pet reading-matter is a rxrmnhlpi 0 „. .1 J .J. their field. Wholly apart from liev It 0r Not „ tha __• *CL. iST^ entitled "Bethe insurmountable legal, ethical ; heve I! Ur Not me mmn ""mow of which is a "document-Hand moral obstacles to the enstory to the effect that President Roosevelt is a lew o the other side of the ledger is the news from New Orleans"tS £ AFL convention there has passed a resolution demandina thl outlawing of anti-Semitism and pledging support for the Na tional Committee to Combat Anti-Semitism JEWISH NEWS ... Dr. Chaim Weizmann. whose seventieth birthday is now being celebrated, will be in the United States in April. 1945 Sir Alexander Korda. Britain's outstanding movie producer it considering making a film about Jewish Palestine ... The plan j for a new, coordinated Jewish reconstruction effort, now known as the J.A.B.. in which the Joint Distribution Committee, the American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Agency for Palestine would participate, is meeting stormy weather ... The Brifti Trumpeldor of America is now publishing a monthly called! Betar ... It first issue, just out. features an article by Z. Propei, the editor, declaring that the youth oi Palestine is fed up with the way British officials treat the Jews Propes writes that it is not unusual for British police personnel in Jewish districts of Palestine "to address Jews as 'bloody Jews' or to annoy them publicly with the Hitler salute" ... The case of the Bergson group versus Pierre van Paassen will reach trial soon ... Van I Paassen s answer to the libel charge is that what the Bergson | group describes as libel actually is the truth ARAB-JEWISH RELATIONS .. If you want to know what Arabs really think of Jewish) achievements in Palestine, as against the public statements of Arab politicians, just ask anybody connected with the Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus. Jerusalem Mrs. Rebecca Shul-[ man. wife of the Zionist Emergency Committee's public relations chairman Herman Shulman, and in her own right anl active Hadassah worker of long standing, tells us of an Arab sheik who, requiring medical treatment, invaded a British-1 operated hospital in Jerusalem with a full entourage of wives. children and servants While still in the lobby he stopped, looked around in a puzzled way, and ask an attendant: "Is this the Hadassah Hospital?" When he was told that this was a government hospital he turned around and marched right | out again, retinue and all, and headed for the Hadassah-operated institution on Mount Scopus BOOKS AND AUTHORS ... The National Council of Palestine (Vaad Leumi) has ap-j pointed a staff of editors to prepare material for inclusion in. the Jewish Black Book which the American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists, the World Jewish Congress,! the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee of the USSR and the Vaad Leumi are publishing jointly The late Reuben Brainin's diaries, which were not to be published until five years after his death, are now being prepared for publication after the f war Ossip Dymow, the distinguished author, is still ailing. DRAMA DEPT Too oaa about the Fritz Kreisler operetta, "Rhapsody" All the critics agree that the libretto is a handicap even the, tuneful Kreisler music can't overcome Henri Bernstein, the French dramatist, who is now in this country, was delighted to learn recently that his Paris theatre, which the Nazis had confiscated, has been returned to him Have you heard of | the new comedy hit "Harvey," the play about an imaginary! 6-foot-6 rabbit? Well, the gag along Second Avenue ii that the Yiddish version will be called "Hymie," and will feature | an invisible 6-foot-6 matjes herring ABOUT PEOPLE Mme. Anna Nordau, widow of the immortal thinker and, leader Max Nordau. has just received the news that her Pans apartment at 14 Rue Henner is intact Which reminds us to tell you that Max Nordau's granddaughter. Claudie Nordau Gruenblat (Maxa Nordau is her mother) is our choice for the title of outstanding woman of the year Though "woman" M perhaps a bit premature, since Claudie is only fourteen But in the course of this year she has published poems in French and has painted a number of really fascinating canvases and, amazing though it seems, even murals Bill Zifl. M publisher and author, whose latest book. "The Gentlemen low of Peace." is creating a furore in diplomatic circles, started hi career at the age of seventeen with a job as cartoonist on aj Chicago newspaper. rgrment of the scope Conference, it behooves us to think well before we undertake to pass pious resolutions of good intentions which can only result in disturbing the relationship between the communities and these well established agencies in Jewish life. "It is my profound conviction that the program ot this Conference is too unportant in relation 10 the life and tne luture destiny of our people to permit it to be jeopardized. The task that we nave Deiore us, the responsibility wan which we are charged are ot such magnitude as to command mi' exclusion of all peripheral and extraneous considerations wnich should find a lorm in other organizations, under such circumstances as will not threaten to frustrate this important eflort." An indication that groups within tne Conierence wno favor enlargement ot the scope ot its activities do not plan to lorce through a decision to this ellect was seen in tne address ot Dr. israel Goldstein, author co-chairman ot the interim Committee. Declaring that he snared tne view oi tnose wno Deheve that notnmg reiated to Jewish interests snould be excluded from tne •cups of the Conierence, such as American Jewisn aiiairs. Dr. uoictstein added that "since it is apparent that it cannot De had. we have no right to lorce it by majority rule. In the course of his address, he pointed out that, in regard to rescue, the Conierence wnl have to seek increasing contacts with uNKrtA and witn the intergovernment Committee on helugees 10 impress upon them the policies it recommends in connection witn rehabilitation, relief and resettlement. In regard to the Palestine resolution 01 the Conierence. he urged that the organization "seize every opportunity and every contact to bring it home to American bodies and bodies abroad until its irrestibie thesis wins not merely the sympathetic expressions, out the active support of the American and British Government." Dr. Goldstein also urged that "in order that the Jews of the world may speak to the United Nations with one voice a close cooperation between the World Jewish Congress and the American Jewish Conference is indicated, and there is a third important partner in this, the Jewish Agency for Palestine." He said a Jewish Commonwealth (Palestine) was indispensable to the physical needs, the cultural and spiritual vitality, and he status of the dignity of Jews the world over. This statement was made, he added, to show that the blindness usully attributed to Zionists in so far as the general Jewish problem was con rned was. in reality, on the Mde of the anti-Zionist, "who nates Zionism much more energetically than he loves Jews and Judaism." Dr. Goldstein stated that the asks still before the conference were immense, and that after the next five or more years of acivity in wider world fields that here might be a possibility that the conference could be made nto a permanent group. Some of the delegates, however, said that with rescue activi•Mcoming to an end. and the ohtica mobilization on behalf of Palestine having already rought positive results, there was very little left for the conierence to do unless it assumed responsibility for the activities of American Jewry. New York (JTA)-A. G. Brotman executive secretary of the Board of Deputies of British Jews as arrived here from London to hscuss with American Jewish organizations various problems l-nrjrnmg post-war Jewish Te?



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DECEMBER 8. 1944 HI I,BOB JEWS SOFIA SAYS WILL NOT RETURN JEWISH LANDS London (JTA)-State or mun icipally-owned business premises from which Jewish oeSSSS were ousted during the reign of the pro-Germar. government will not be returned to Jews, the Sofia radio announced. Explaining the provision of a : new decree dealing with the /jTA>— Of Yugoslavia s question of housing, the broad! -STjews only 1.600 remain; cast said that regulations ent.tl-, • country, according l ing Jews to reclaim apartments' from which they were ousted' under the racial laws does not apply to business premises Tenant! of state or municipally-owned premises are assured that thev Will not be ousted in favor of the former Jewish lease-holders ^JwistncrMia,,, PAGE FIVE LEFT OF 70,000 B'nai B'rith Day at the War Bond Wagon •r MM f L'Vtest VsTimate of Joint LrihutkHi Committee repreBS, working, wit? to; InSrnmcual Committee on El Of these, approxirnateRfSve joined Marshal Tito's C an are lighting the Nazis.. %, thousand Yugoslav Jews 1 escape! to Italy, but thus E nnlv 2.000 have reached libEftS territory. The others are X? m hiding or have been Srtured. The great majority of SUvia's "0,000 Jews were ££ ^seized and slaughtered Jdewrtcd. according to the In{rfovernmental Committees uiforma'.ion. The Committee is now cooperJM with British authorities and ?JDC in aiding 1.200 Jews in Six hundred BULGARIAN JEWS ENTER PALESTINE program. Student activities and cuHpural programs are carried on Bond Wagon in front of Burdine's last Thursday. The organization broke all records for purchases in any one day by reaching a total of SI31.00C. Innumerable scarce items auctioned off to the highest bidder stimulated the sales. MAY ~CALL SEDITION CASES NOW MISTRIAL I Washington (JTA)—With the London (JTA)—Bulgarian Jews death of Chief Justice Edward desiring to emigrate to Palestine C. Eicher, it appeared entirely flo-held Croatia. I JjJ children and include 150 or-i will be obliged to abandon all likely that the 'eTght-months-oid ns who will be evacuated to' i. The rest include 100 worn. fighting the Nazis or enLdta staff work for Tito. %  hundred others are reported ID have reached a partisan oasis I I Slovenia. Bntish planes recently dropped dothing to the group in Croatia. Iindolph Churchill, son of the fetish Prime Minister, superintoded the distribution. Clothing kjnished by the British Army Ldoubtedly will save many lives fcs winter. property and sign waivers of future claims, the Sofia radio announced. The broadcast quoted an announcement by the Palestine Office in Sofia, which arranges for the emigration of Jews, revealing that it has been informed by the Ministry of the Interior that emigrants will be required to sign a declaration abandoning all moveable and immoveable property and renouncing all claims against banks or individuals. It was also told that children and youths will not be permitted to leave the country without their parents. (In an interview with a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent on November 21. Minister of the Interior Anton Yugov mass sedition trial over which he presided in District Court here will be declared a mistrial. Government prosecutors are prepared to start new proceedings immediately in such an event, it is learned from informed sources. ARAB RADIO SERVICES PUBLICIZE A.I.C. MEET y SETS OP ECCLESTIISTICIE Rome (JTA)—Two thousand fan imprisoned in a concentration camp at Bagna di Lucca, in Ike mountain lighting zone were Imported northward by the GerIBns after unsuccessful efforts to are them i y the lntergovernaental Refuse Committee, it is tamed here Only 30 of the I amp's inm;.ts managed to es|pe. Arthur Greenleigh, Joint DisIttbution Committee representa[fie in Italy, just prior to leaving Ifcr Pans, told the Jewish TeleIjnphic Agency correspondent, tut within thi next fortnight IjDof Rome's Jewish cultural, re|gicus, welfare and educational fcu.utions will have been reined and will be functioning | a pre-war scale. Final plans "reopening the hospital and iu naR -' have 1,, t n completed. [Already in operation are a nurs-, T. kindergarten, home for the | mier Ferenc Szalasi 1M. schools a foutions. Local operating 1 wnmliU rated Italy. In Rome, government %  1 Jews have raised 800.000 to match the JDC's contriLondon (JTA)—The German and Arab services of the Nazi radio devoted considerable comment to the War Emergency Conference of the World Jewish Coni'ii s being held in Atlantic City. Referring to the opening address of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, a Nazi broadcaster said that "Jews feel so powerful that they can said that the ban on emigration [ declare war against anyone opwas to be lifted soon and that posing their plans." the government was not opposed I to the emigration of Jews who were not eligible for military service.) The broadcast also disclosed that a Jewish school has been reopened in Sofia and that 600 pupils are in attendance. About 300 of these, it said, are fed in a "peoples kitchen which has been set up in the school's gymnasium. FOR CONFERENCE RADIO PROGRAM WAS SET FOR WEIZMANN Jerusalem (JTA)—The Palestine Broadcasting System's "vocal newspaper" program was devoted this week to Dr. Chaim Weizmann. Prominent speakers including Mayor Israel Rokach of Tel Aviv, participated. During the week-end the Palestine Journalists Association was host to Dr. Weizmann at a birth celebration at the Press Club in Tel Aviv, after which the Zionist leader accompanied the newspapermen to a performance in his honor by the Habimah Theatre. A birthday message from the Board of Deputies of British Jews was cabled here over the wires of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency which conveyed the message to Dr. Weizmann at Rehovoth, where he resides. On the occasion of Prime Minister Churchill's 70th birthday, which he observed last Friday, Dr. Weizmann "as one septuagenarian to another" sent Mr. Churchill a case of Rehovoth grapefruit. HEBREW POET RAISED TO PROFESSOR RANK Boston (JTA)—Dr. Eisig Silberschlag, noted Hebrew poet, has been raised to the rank of professor by the Hebrew Teachers' College here of which he is a member of the faculty, it was announced here. Other professorships were given to Dr. Nahum N. Glatzer, Jochanan Twersky, Israel Pollack and Benjamin J. Shevach, all members of the faculty. Dr. Silberschlag, who is 42 years old, received his doctorate at Vienna University. He came Paris (JTA) — Dr. Joseph Schwartz, European director of the Joint Distribution Committee, has arrived in Paris for a series of conferences with Allied authorities, the French Government and Jewish leaders in connection with plans for an extended program for relief and rehabilitation of the Jews in France which j {o the United States' at the age will soon be launched by the 0 f is. He is the author of several JDC. | Volumes of poetry, essays and Dr. Schwartz announced that 0 f a p i ay "T n the Days of Isathe first relief funds transmitted bella directly from the United States, have arrived here. Work of reSupport the Sixth War Loan. erouping the various committees — which will carry out the day-today relief activities has already begun, he said. The JDC director met here Dr. Schwartz said that he is leaving soon for Switzerland in connection with problems of aiding Hungarian and Slovakian with Sir Herbert Emerson, diJews, and also to investigate the rector of the Intergovernmental prospects of aiding the Jews in Refugee Committee, who is passRumania. He will then visit Beling through Paris en route to gium before returning here for F.T'lind from Switzerland. an extended stay. A U. J. A. CAMPAIGNER ON THE NEW GUINEA FRONT Tel Aviv (JTA)—More than 100.000 residents of Tel Aviv and neighboring communities ac%  claimed Dr. Chaim Weizmann this week as he passed through! the gayly decorated streets of this city. Reviewing a parade of volun; leers for the Jewish Brigade. Dr. Weizmann told them that they have attained a privilege which i • had long been fought for— the, right of Jews to appear in this Zurich (JTA)—Irked by church war j n their own camp and under condemnation of its persecution their own flag. ^l***?^! I of Jews, the German-controlled s mi would have great BignmcHunganan Government of Pre. anC e for the future of a Jewish m i^r F,.ronc Szalasi has estabPalestine. Its members, he con A similar campaign has been 2^'tnd in Florence, where local EtMi> ave alre dy allocated lire to n pen community itaWutions. It will cost 5,000.000 lfcn- rC Pair Fl rt nce s magniNation." which alleg.s that it repeople in Europe. presents all churches, says that ,,,„.,, Dr Weizmann addressed the Old Testament is the word a spe cial session of me Tel Ayw synaM'uue. which the mined. South African sapC^shed.clearing mines and Mean piti Jtanittee I lite i Ihu^. ov akla w '" leave "for persons have carVymg on a OoTyeai old law £„ said that toe prossuit 7 "gainst the Jews and must ts for h esUbhshment of a look .t the Jewish problem as • j ewis h state were good. ^ Lt J 7" h refugees from CS^y. Austria, Poland and ? The Hungarian P^VTuu consider anU-Sem.Lsm port.s that three M] here this JS^^jj^ ^^..^^^ ^Sl been arr led on 6** w^n a'iew-weeks^ Charges of selling %****! ii f^SStl ST in pwnounced here. I protection certific ates to Je* S^vffittm!.Komarov. I^OMJTA, -. Rededication r -t synagogue in IV. %  services "•'•'1 was liberated %  TfcM, I na,l S "" k P lac k*r,.i ndi lh Belgrade radio Corporal Joseph Callon of New York who U now stationed on N-w ,.ea has two major war aims: (1) To destroy all the Japs he en peed victory in the Pacific; (2) To raise a minimum of $3,000 tor P^ba [„ ,0 r th se who fell ~^I7th War Loanm to liberate Belgrade. Support the Sixth war i*> laws Semites arc



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^-r.jrnflW PAGE SIX +Jewlsti ncrkUan FRIDAY, D ECEMBER i 16TH ANNUAL SERIES OF LATE FRL SERVICES The sixteenth annual series of late Friday night services will be inaugurated this Friday evening at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, 301 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. These services are held each Friday night at 8:30 p. m. The opening lecture will be: "The Rabbi At the Front." deCIRCLE WOMEN HOLD FIRST MEETING DEC. 6 The Women's Club of the Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692 had their first meeting for this season Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Levine's home at 927 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. The next meeting will be at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Wednesday, 2 p. m. All members are urged to be present. Sunday. December 10, at the Lyceum, the Women's Club will have a Chanuka Latke Party at 8 p. m. Refreshments will be served and games will be plaved. Tickets arc 75c per person. Proceeds go to the Jewish Labor Committee. EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN ARRIVES IN BULGARIA Sofia (JTA) — David BcnGurion, chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, arrived here over the week-end to discuss with Jewish leaders and government officials the prospects for emigration to Palestine of Bulgarian Jews. He was greeted at the frontier station of Svilengrad by Jewish delegations from Sofia and Plovdiv, as well as by a representative of the Ministry of Propaganda. OBITUARIES DAVID LOWENCOPF David I.*.wTu-o|>f. 4S SOo N. w. Sivond Aw., died Tuesday In a local hospital. He came hero from Savanii. ili, iia, 13 ><;ir ao. and operated a Kroiery business on N. W. Fifth St Survivors are bin mother. Mrs Annie I^owencopf; wife. Mix. I'eai I Ixiwcnconf; two ilnii::ho i •-. Kdlth and Myrm, all of Mhwni. ami %  brother, Sam. of Savannah. He wan a member of Ueth David (""MKi'oKatloii and Harvey Seed* Poet, American UeKlon StivI.eM were held Wednesday at Gordon Funeral home. Harvey Beedi pout conducted military services at the Krnvesldc In Ml. Sinai cemetery. MRS. MAY SCHNEIDER Mr. May Schneider, <6. 1411 8. W, 19th St.. died Tuesday at a local hospital. She came here from New York City seven yearn a.K<>. and Is survived by her husband, Julius: {WO brothers, Charles and Abe Keith. New Haven, Conn., and a sister. Mrs. Ada Shier. New York City. Bervioea were held at the Cordon Fuiieial home Thursday with burial In lit. Nebo cemetei y GABRIEL KAROL Gabriel Kurol. 77. of ISIS. S. \V Hal SI died at his home Tucsdny following a brief llliuvs !!• %  was s retired furniture manufacturer and came here from Allentown, Pa., seven years ago, He belonged to the Zionist orranlsatlon of America anil the local VMIIA lie leaves bis wife. Birdie: fi\e sons, Alex, Abe, Max, Have and Harry of Allentown: three dailKhteis, Misses Frances flair and Marv Kills, and Mrs Kva FlnKard, Allentown The body was sent to Allentown by the Cordon Funeral home. 8. 18 WEST FLAGLER READY MANY JEWS STRTST FOR 4TH WEEK'S CARD IN BULGARIA JY^J tine by train SJ^N era. ,n .BSCfa Rabbi Moses Meacheloff VOLUNTEER WORKERS NEEDED BY WAR CHEST livered by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. who will open his eighth year of Friday night lectures this season. Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead in communal singing. A special prayer for the welfare of servicemen will be recited. Doors open at 7:30 p. ni U. OF M. ORCHESTRA The second in its series of subscription concerts will be presented by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra Sunday afternoon, December 10. at the Miami Senior High School with Modeste Alloo conducting. Tlie program, which will begin An urgent call was issued Monday for volunteer workers to carry the Dade county community war chest story to every person in the county able to help support the 45-member agent-n s that serve at home and around the world. Campaign leaders met this week at the Urmey hotel to plan enlistment of 2,000 civic minded men and women to explain the need and help raise the $695,000 set as the minimum campaign goal. The drive starts Jan. 8. The rapid expansion of the campaign organization was reported by the leaders of the 16 soliciting divisions and the speakers' bureau, which will adat 4:30. will include Brahms Svmdress several hundred groups and phony No. 4 in E Minor and clubs in the next six weeks Arias by Rossini. Mozart, and Schumann. Keep on buying War Bonds. BENJAMIN SADLER itenjamln Kidlcr. .",, ,,f |0H S. W, 21th St., who died In an automobile accident Saturday, was burled in I vVoodlawn park. Services were con] ducted at the Palmar Funeral chapel | Wednesday. Dade county Cuard of i Honor held services at the cemetery. | KadJ. r was killed when bis ear COli llded He was n restaurant operator. I conilns; here from Atlantic Cltv In ; 1927 Surviving are his Wife. Mrs Sally Sadler; n son. It Leslie Sadler. and a daughter, Patricia Ann. DAVID BRITZ David Hrltx. IS, IfiaD Sixth St.. Miami Hench. died Monday at his home. He had been I resident here for l.', years Surviving are his wife. Mrs I..uli Brit*: two sons. Morris .1. and Max, nml a daughter. Mrs. Nhllv Poms. Toledo, Ohio The body was sent to Toledo bv the Cordon Funeral home for services and burial ELMER SCHEUER Elmer Scheuer. 54. of ioo w. 47th St Miami Beach, died at his resldence Friday after an Illness of several months He came here six years fro/n Clevelnnd Plans are complete for the presentation of the fourth weekend of championship dog racing at the West Flagler Kennel club, a schedule that will see the track's leaders of its several division closely matched. With arrangements now being made for the annual midseason feature racing that includes the major Christmas, New Year's and Orange Bowl period, the winners and prominent money-finishers of the next week's competitions figure to claim leading roles for the holiday headliners. Continuing to set new state records in attendance and mutuels, the West Flagler racing division is compiling an all-impressive record for the best early season greyhound racing here in history. With such fliers as Rube's Cadet. Night Glow. Martin Roll, Wingover. Guy Pooley, Plucky Mary, War Hawk, Jack Mack, My Troubadour, Pre-Flight and others going in their best stride, the time marks are steadily being lowered to track record times. The nightly programs are 10 races, starting at 8 and including the daily double first and third races. No minors are admitted. Turkey ruufreWd to btcau transits visas Rrant A and aid Wftlfj I. D. C. DELEGATES TO MAKE REPORT DEC. 10 Delegates to the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Joint Distribution Committee in New York on Sunday, December 10. will hear detailed reports on the organization's 1944 activities and an outline of its program of rescue, relief and rehabilitation for 1945. Speakers at the general meeting, which will be held at the Hotel Commodore at 2:30 p. m., will include Paul Baerwald. chairman, Rabbi Jonah B. Wise and Isaac H. Levy, vicechairmen and Joseph C. Hyman. executive vice-chairman of J.D. C. Their statements will be based bt'"hi. 0 'wife 1 Vi'Xi "'" '" urv J v d on the reports of Dr. Joseph J. liv nln wio. tvlalne nne non Tom' r t_ t_ r r\ •• • and a dauchter. Madeline, all of MISchwartz, chairman of J.D.C. s European executive council, and nml I'.ench M. I. O. C. AUXILIARY PLANS FOR CHANUKA committee to by 62 rabbis fro," ft d H ^ Rary and Rumania. iffSi tee will also care for L""" 1 children who do not Xw whereabouts of their n V,h. Li."— !" areas of Poland reports ibatSS are only 150 Jews in T^J 1 900 in Lwow. 20 in r^rzemyX in Jaroslaw, 120 in RS2S' !" ?T and I8 in ^szclyj The Zionist groups here y? week elected a new central ecutive committee headed by i Borlcich. who was deported Transnistna during the tonescu regime for Zionist The other overseas personnel. Paul Baerwald. chairman of the J.D.C, America's largest agency for relief and rescue of Jews Ladies Auxiliary of the abroad, will serve as chairman HILLEL HOUSE AT M. TO HOLD PARTY DEC.] Hillel House on the campus I the University of Miami I made elaborate arrangements the Hobday Party Saturday eV ning, December 9. in honor Chanuka. Door prizes, luc number dances, and a varied t gram will add to the spirit the evening. The fraterities and sororit participating in hostessing handling of the affair are D Phi E's. A E Phis, TEP's Phi E P's: In addition, all ill, pendent groups are participatii Arts and crafts of Hillel also active this year as is Hillel Players. Their first of! ing for the new trimester be a Chanukah play. Classes and religious servii continue, as well as regular nn ings. It is planned, with the rival of the new furniture the building that dedication i monies will soon be announ to which the general public be welcome. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre! of the meeting. Additional speakgation announce that plans are completed for the annual Chanuka party to be held Sunday at 8 p. m. at the Miami YMHA. Refreshments will be served and door prizes donated by the ladies of the auxiliary will be distributed. I ers will be announced later. ESSAY CONTEST NOW GOING ON IN MIAMI The Essay Contest on "Jews in the Post War World," is under LABOR COMMITTEE 21ST ANNUAL MEETI A pleasant evening way. Circulars have been distriis assured all members and friends buted throughout the community the co mmittee stat ed. I and a Rreat dea i of interest has BLOOD DONORS MAY !" manife8led GO TO THE ARLINGTON vilians, members of the armed forces, and youth are expected to participate. To augment the December supI Tne contest is sponsored in obply of blood—which usually de! servance of Jewish Book Month. clines because of holiday activifrom December 1 to December ties by donors—the Dade county 20 Essays of 1,000 words or less Blood Bank will have a technical ma y De submitted, crew in the cardroom at the Organizations sponsoring the Arlington hotel, Fifth St. and contest include Army and Navy Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, Friday Committee. Beach Y. M. H. A., from 9 a. m. to noon. Bureau of Jewish Education, Rudy R. Adler. Miami Beach Hillel Foundation of the Universiu?" 0 P ank chairman of the ty of Miami; Jewish Floridian, B nai B'nth asks donors not to Jewish Welfare Board and Y. eat for four hours before reportM. H. A sn&JLTTt&M Y' 1 t'! 0 !S irv S d Prizes will be three six-volume give blood th holL 1 t0 a,lwno £'. w V f Grat "' "History of the UHnRMrvPTi isnnrn -.. BsMjn are to be submitted to HABANOTH MEETS ON the Bureau of Jewish Education. TUESDAYS AT B. IACOB 2', B c onKreM Bu,ldin KMiami 32. m^wo P | or ,da, not later than the 20th The Miami Beach Habanoth f Doc tmber meets each Tuesday evening at CD H rroEtifff rtn nnn ..,-* p. m at the Beth Jacob ComFRATERNAL ORDER TO RALLY SUNDAY The 21st Annual Convention the National Labor Commit! for Palestine which was held] November 25 and 26, in York, was hailed by fraternal I ganizations and labor unions) the American Jewish Commu ty for its revelation that sum of $1,250,000 had been ra in the United States and Can in 1944 as the contribution! the Jewry of North AmcricaJ wards the activities of the tadrut, the Jewish Federatio Labor in Palestine UnrestM acclaim at the closing sessio the convention greeted the tion of a record-making $2,0 000 quota for the year of^ The annual election of which was held at the c* session resulted in the re-ele of Joseph Schlossberg and Hnmlin as National Chairman! National Secretary of the ganization munity Building. 311 Washington HAVE Ave The club is under the leadership of Mrs. Melvin Tannen. All girls between the ages of 11 and 14 are eligible for membership. The girls are planning a Mother and Daughter Chanukah The American Jewish People's Fraternal Order. Branch 192. will hold a bond rally Sunday. December 10th, at Carpenter's Hall. 47 N. W. 3rd St. The organization has pledged itself to buy ,Uiu^'sund'" th COmn T^ a '000 worth oT,ondTduring the cemb?r ft y eV,nln *' De s L lxth Wa >" Low Drive to honor the memory of Edward Rosenoff. E VTt7Krrr'T\ r-^r. Ml "' '""' f "• members, who tAILINDLD FOR was recently killed in action. TIME LETTERS TO INTERNEES BETH DAVID CHANt PARTY SUNDAY DEC] The annual Chanukah card i latke party sponsored by Beth David Sisterh "'I*' 1 place Sunday evening. D 17. at 8 p. m. at the Beth %  Talmud Torah. Mrs, •* Jv is chairman, and tickets ma obtained by contacting tn 2-7135 or by calling the Coaf gation office 2-1473 MembersJ their friends are askedto_ R0KEACI ^o^rNYAFAl DINNER TO BE GIVEN of C theDa 0 c, n e 'SSS^^SS I B ETH PAVID MEMBERS The Annual Congregational I sending messages lo U S r 'n, annual congregational \ os; ^r£rs> ^J^~? s-.Tass-'" IDEAL COOKING BAKING^ r>6 rR" A aME FOOOS be on the are asked to, V* S SeS fclSBSf Sffi th. imporunt mee ting, %  an internees. | Keep on buying War Bonds.



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%  MBMBaMjeava^ f DECEM BER 8, 1944 f^oBY DECLARED ft. L A ov WAR DEPT. m BY WAR DEPT. L,, William E. Jacobr. 28, I ""limissinK n acUon ? mCe short furlough with his par%  Mr. and Mi Nathan Namoff. •"S. W. 7th St. Cpl. Namoff is 'stationed at McCook, Nebr. |*l Martin Abrams. 19. son IK n? d Mr> s,imuel Abrams. [; %  W. 26th St, is receiving altreatm. n: in a Paris hoslor woun.ls suffered in 1 on Aimihtice day in I* Mucus. Sound Man 3/c "short leav. Horn his sta*itn a d( troyer escort ami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Minnie Bloom, 81 years old and a resident of Miami Beach for the past 11 years, is one of the most active hostesses at the WB Servicemen's Dances sponsored by the Miami Beach Jewish Center Senior Hostesses. Serving as refreshment chairman for the AZA Breakfasts every Sunday morning, and at the Servicemen's Dances in the evening, Mrs. Bloom's energy belies her many years, which have been fruitful, and have been devoted to helping other people. She has accumulated over 3000 hours for her work in this area with the American Red Cross and has received special commendation from that organization. Mrs. Bloom's two grandsons, six nephews and one niece in the service have, as she said. "Made me feel that they are at a home away from home, lure at the Miami Beach Jewish On-1 ter." While Mr. Bloom was too has been overseas since May. i Sl .„.| Ce i^ aKue young to serve in the Civil War. 1 1944, participating in the battles | snmUy: she feels she is not too old to of Sicily. Salerno. Angio .Norgenjeenian a Pgg^'J*; j^ !" !" volunteer her services in the mandy. and now in Holland. He *-h •"" %  Community Center, reSOLDIER GIVES FUND TO SERV-A-HOSPITAL At a Serve-A-Hospital Tea Party, held on Thursday, November 30. 1944, at the Miami YM it YWHA, Mrs. F. Vogel of S. W. 15th St., Miami, turned over a contribution to the committee from her son, Sgt. Norman Vogel. Mrs. Vogel told of her son's being hospitalized in Hawaii. A nosegunner on a Liberator bomber. Sgt. Vogel, holder of the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and 6 Oak Leaf Clusters, was the recipient of a gift package from the Service-A-Hospital Committee of Detroit. A hero of this war, Sgt Vogel in appreciation of the work of the Detroit Service-A-Hospital Committee, requested his mother to further the cause of ServeA-Hospital in Miami, by contributing $5. Organizations represented at the tea party were: Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, Dade Chapter National Cardiac Home, Pioneer Women's Org., Miami Branch, Temple Israel Sisterhood, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Ladies Aux.. Miami Beach Service League. Miami Service League, National Council of Jewish Women, Workmen's Circle, Miami Orthodox Congregation, American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith Ladies Aux. of Sholom Lodge and Beth David Sisterhood. %  •etas': Dlwusatr.n Group, 8 p. m., Miami Bwrh TM a YHA. Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Tnraday: r'holr rehearsal. 8 p. m., Miami Beach Jowlnh Community Center. 1416 Euclid Aw Cantor Emanuel Barkan. Wednesday: Elementary Hebrew, 7:30 p. m. Miami Beach YM YHA: Study Group. "The Reconatructlonlst Movement," 9 p. m.. Miami Beach YM a WHA. Chaplain Suul Kraft. Friday: Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM a WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Poinciana Hotel. 1556 Colllna Ave,. Miami Bearh; JWB Oneg Shabbat. refreshments served by hostesses from the Miami Beach Service Lea_-. *..—. i-rnTirnrn r\%I (rue; Chaplain Meyer Mm-minsky. TALMUD Fr-ATIIf lKIl \JN Chapel No. 8. Boca Raton Field: ^ „ n ,„ m „ n nn in JWB Oneg Shabbat. refresmenta served by hostesses from the Miami Service League. Saturday: Servicemen's Dance, 8 p. m., Miami Beach YM a WHA. refreshments Berved by Miami Beach Service LeaRue; Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m.. Miami YM a YWHA, 1567 8. W. 6th 8t.. refreshments served by Miami freshments was wounded m the invasion oi hostesses. Normandy on D-Day but was able served by senior present struggle. Woniianuy nn u-uay out was auie — -,_-__—_— IT ALVIN SUNSHINE IS t0 re i in lus umt snu rtly ,? fte T COVERMAN AWARDED Zmm£r^Z^wSy^,YiS^^ He is a graduate of West Point. nDn M 7F CTAR IvTFTlAT SAID KILLED IN ACTION class of 1936 and is 32 years old. BRONZE STAH MfcDAL Lt Alvin iTiunshin, son of! WSfroTl. •3S£ ^H M^Sv^rnS^^VlS Mrs. Anne Sunshine. 320 W 25th ; last August to make his home ^*£ 0V *!^J !" £?'g^ St.. Miami Beach, was reported here with his son-in-law and St. was l !" ^ a !" j£*?Z killed in action on August 31 in daughter Mr. and Mrs. Saul ( Star JJ^jg ^ J^V'a Ilaly !' t arl hospital somewhere in England. JtifttSmf^W^SSi\ Pic "Lester Abr.m. is now! Covcrman. U.. S. Infantry, wa. C. B. S. SUNDAY, DEC. 10 The Talumd will be the subject of CBS's "Invitation to Learning" program on Sunday, December 10, climaxing the nation-wide observance of Jewish Book Month. The participants in the program will be Eugene O'Neill, Jr., author and associate professor of Greek at Yale University, Dr. William F. Albright, Srofessor of Semitic languages at ohns Hopkins University, and Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein. associate professor of Practical Rabbinics at Yale College and vice-chairman of the committee of Army and Navy Religious Activities of the National Jewish Welfare Board. This program will be heard from 11:30 to 12 noon, and will be carried by the entire CBS network. CHABAD CHASSIDIM EXTEND GREETINGS i !" t t Air U HrVefVVn;,n*'*MH he'illwiti a station hospital somealso awarded the Purple Heart ^id A Augus e t ^forTt.Je'^y j when,n Italy, --d^-rdf^ wounds received in France, in Italy, and was killed on his I received here by Im parents. August_ ^ ^ mQnths ^ third mission somewhere in Italy. ..... „ „ ( u r a hosoital. Hy Coverman is now Lt. Sunshine attended General Irwin I. Schwarti. son or w. M active duty in Holland Yofk (JTA) Ne w Year De Witt High School In New and Mrs. Nat; Schwartz, 4580 nn I greetings to members of the York, where he was president Ave. Miami Bead %  J^ 13 CZECHS SENTENCED Chabad Chassidim on the occaof the student body. He was naval training at Bamhridgt. MO. ooa^^jw MA7I5 s ion of their liberation festival awarded a four year scholarship 1J ULAin DI IIXM.IJ an d New Year observances, which to Cornell University. Ithaca. Private Herman Wiener. 3,27 New York, and also attended Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, has New York University. been awarded the Good Conduct Besides his mother. Lt. Sunmedal for fidelity. **m "g shine leaves his. wife, Hermia .rnplary f/ha^bJ rt tfi ^ !" s ,^ u Tews." a"Gern^ Cloned" aWaSv"^ 'Via S 5* withU oSuMrt W 7" Transocean dispatch stationed at Jacksonv sjrvu^ ? ^ Amy to Kalv. ffom Bratis i a va. capital of Slovakia, reveals the capture of__a Z., r. \. eveurred on Dec. 5, were issued Zurich (JTA)-Three Czechs. g? !U gg bi 0n L 1 Schneersohn. the .„ ,,..„t..n anH one man. have „/ ... n.Li • • ...v„ ... Ha z,uncn tairt;—mice ^^v..^, two women and one man. have l W REPORT HEAVY SALE TICKETS TO JAMBOREE The Jamboree Committee of the National Children's CardiacHome reports a heavy demand for tickets to the second sponsor's Jubilee. The affair will be held January 14th at the I Bali. Indications are for an i sell-out and the committee the present time has limited tne acceptance of reservations those who attended last S Members of the Jamol reei committee include Harry S chairman; Charles Tobin. I ard Jacobus. Mvron New-man. •"• i in.,troyer escort ard Jaconus. nun'" %  • *e m tl., Atlantic" spent Maurice Cohen. Herman WronKml avs h l''' last weck with or. Ben Slote. Lee Mason, bo' H r ',>lr 'da Marcus. I Goldstrom. Dave Emmer. A. 4. %  wter. 107 N w 9lh Ave Tobin Ahc Frankel. MogJ V\m n in lhe se^ice i nce Berick. and Mrs. Clementine ni I Kemp, secretary. 1 J This Coi^Don and MaU To "WAR RECORDS." Army Nav Y Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Floridu_ The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian. the daily press and national Publications. Send onginal lr copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Coimnittee. Box 2973. Miami fj^JMj These will be returned U requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk l*J they are seeing and doing. Aromen and one man. have ..£ ubavitche Rebbe," who is the been sentenced to death by the th t His me ssage German occupation authorities !"!" OI "To all Chabad Chassidim and their kin the world over: On the occasion of this 146th Yud-Tes Kislev. Chabad Liberation Festival and New Year of Chabad Chassidism. I wish you. your aKia, reveais me lo^m" • rjnassiaism, i WISH JUU. J~ 23-year-old Jewish partisan., cn iidren and families, as well as Mark Enstein, who is accused ot attempting to poison the city s water supply. Emanuel S. Seitlin. S 1/c back in the States after ten month.* overseas duty, spent a 24-dav furlough here with his mother. Mrs Jean Seitlin, and sister, of 2621 Lincoln Ave.. Coconut Grove. He is now back at bis post at Camp Endicott. R. I awaiting reassign ment. Buy U. S. Stamus and Bonds. NOW and give our men in the ;.rmed forces the help they need all Israel a happy year in the study of Chabad Chassidism and the upkeep of the Chassidic traits of Ahavath Israel and the strengthening of Torah and Judaism amid plentiful sustenance materially and spiritually — through immediate rependance to immediate redemption. Word has been received here that Cpl. Robert I. Shandloft son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Shandloff 350 S. W. 21st Rd.. was wounded in action in France on November 24th. Cpl. ShandloM entered the service in June. Wtt I ^ Addr Serial No. %  esj Date Street .._.. Birthplace City Sta'e |C V "" Occu pation 11 *Tvice •* of Sen-j ice City" sta,r Marital Status Date Discharged Rank or Ra'ing "*• of nearest kin P*** Addr-... [ JJ^* Transmitted by._ ^ 00 number Made Possible Through TM. Paae to the Effort, of the Army-Navy Committee. Devoting This Page u> ^ Co-Operation of ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 178 N. W. Fifth Street COWEN'S SHOE STORES ,55 E Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd. TACK C. JAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue CYRIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL SYBILb 7 r S .E. 1st Street I. RUBIN SONS-OrWnal Rubins SPSS "*&*B ,d Manufacturer. Aoent. MONTE SEUG Miami Florida RICHTER'S IEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln RdMiami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 151 E. Flagler Street Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road % 



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PAGE +Jewisi> HcrkUan i FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8 Notes Of Y. M. H. A -bySAM SILVER Mrs. Shapiro to Give Book Review At the next meeting of the "V Forum Group to be held un Wednesday evening, December 13, Mrs. Max Shapiro will review the best seller, "Earth and High Heaven." Mrs. Shapiro is no stranger to "Y" members and to the community in general. Her keen analysis of the characters and of situations in books which she has reviewed make her talks desirable. A rare treat is in store for those who attend. Remember the date, next Wednesday night, December 13. at the Town "Y" Teen-Agers to Give Chanukah Performance For Adults On Sunday evening, December 17, the "Y" Teen-Agers will give a Chanukah entertainment for the "Y" members. An excellent K rogram is being prepared by [iss Besse Sebulsky, "Y" Activities Director. Admission will bo free. More details later. Home Camp Reunion On Sunday afternoon, December 17. at 2 o'clock, the Annual Chanukah Reunion of the children of the Home Camp will be held at the 'Y.' An excellent program is now in preparation and I a surprise gift will be Riven to every member of the Camp. Rej freshments will be served. "Y" Clubt Once again we ask parents of children to send them to the "Y." There are clubs and groups of all ages for your son and daughter and they will find something that will interest him or her at the "Y." Call the "Y' office for further details. Gym Classes Gym classes for women are conducted at the "Y" every Monday night from 7:30 to 8:30. Miss Audrey Floyd is the instructor. Servicemen's Wives Club As previously announced. Servicemen's wives have formed a club and meet at the "Y" every Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 4:30. One of the projects of this club that should attract members is the fact that the mothers can bring their children to the "Y" and the children will be taken care of by a member of the "Y" staff so that the mothers can be at rest and assured that their children are being well taken Care of while they attend tlj meeting. In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services announced through Oreatei Miami Rabbinical Association are: BETH SHOLEM CENTER. Conservative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach.— I'liiiav evening; service :u 8:1S conducted b] Rabbi Leon Kronish. The Rabbi will prr.u'h on "The Wml'l <>f Sholom Alelchem." Can'or Louis Mayman will chant and lead community sinclng. An Ones Hhabal will follow Hi,, services with Mrs. Camilla Uaum and Mrs Clementine Kemp as bosteshes Sabbath morning services .it 10 a to. Ualilii Kronlan "ill preach mi the portU f theweek. Religious School, Sunday morning at i" %  "> Hebrew c-lassei tveekdaj aftsrnoons at I 10 __„ BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.— PYlda] evening services %  I II Abraham Cannes, executive director Oi the Bureau "f Jewish Education will speak on "Lei Us Dedicate and Bducate Ourselves." Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate Reception "ill follow In the auditorium, dedicated to the memory of the late Mis B M Ooodman, Slsteihood board member Services Baturday at s.:to a m. Junior services at i" SO s m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. Rsform. 137 N. E. 19th St.—Friday evening services at v IB Or. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on "The Penalty of CM. it Dreamers!" Reception will follow. Saturday morning services at n a. m with the confirmation class participating. Dr Kaplan will speak on "Two Kinds of People!" Scene at the University ol Miami's Hillel Hou* f*. 1 k V 1 A I • CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES OF THE CHASE FEDERAL MORTGAGE PLAN LOW interest rate. SMALL monthly payments. We also make loans lor periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments. • NO LOAN FEES actual cost onry. • NO PENALTY for prepayment. COURTEOUS, efficient service by local people who, like you, are interested in the permanent betterment of our community. • IN TEN YEARS we have served over 1600 families (over $11,000,000 in mortgage loans) with only one foreclosure. IT IS OBVIOUS that our loan plan has proven sound for your neighbors why not let it work for you. 1111 Lincoln Road—14 Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over S8.000.000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President Kriegel I Strictly Kosher Dining Room at the ADMIRAL HOTEL 1020 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach Tel. 5-9396 Personal Supervision of THE KRIEGEL'S ol Lakewood and Rockaway for 25 Years Breakfast up to 11 A. M. — Dinner from 5 P. M. Saturday from 5 P. M. MANAGEMENT OF KRIEGEL AND JACKSON I)R. AARON J. COHEN OPTOMETRIST ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE AT 542 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE "COMPLETE EYE SERVICE" PHONE 5-2763 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGRECATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.—Friday evening services at I o'clock Saturday morning at !• a. m. Mli'ilia and Ma.uiv at .V:H> Si haarel /.e.l.k Talmud Toilili. 1..45 8 W. 3rd St.. Friday evening services at 6 p. m and Sat inlay morning combined junior and senior service! at '.> a in Rabbi Simon April will speak on the Weekly portion of the Law. Snalosn seudon at B:30. Hebrew School daily at 4 The above photograph was taken at one of the function! recently held at the Hillel House of the University of Miami Th3 campus organization is a branch of the national B'nai B'rith Hilla program. Student activities and cultural programs are carried at the house at 3301 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. |> in. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM MUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave. Kabbalos Shahbim at %  :1s Lets Prlclaj evening servioes si S:15. Congressman Samuel Dickstein of New York City will be BUSSl BBSS It* er. Cantor Barkan and Center Choir will .hint Saturday morning services at 9 O'clock Allen, son of Mr. nnd Mrs Irving Shaw will become Hat Mitzvuh Rabbi Irving Lehrman will speak on the Weekly Portion of the Uw. Cantor llarkan will chant Mlncha at 5:4.i ejalii Maliv.h Malk. h sponsored by the Chevrs Kadlshs of Miami Bench Jewish Center will be held at 7 io s.ituMia\ evening Immediately following Maariv. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Opening Friday night forum at 11:10, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will Speak on "The Kalibl at the Front Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead In communal singing. P er v ices Baturday at 7 ami '.• s. m Ulnnionsirs, fnther and son religious servios will be held at !l ;n I III In the Community building. Junior Congregation serviced ;.t I" :i m with Harvey Jacobs and Donald Matlin serving as junior cantors Jeannette Sir will deliver the sermnnetts Young Juden Jamboree will iheld at 1:10 P m under the leadership of Idas Rachel Rntdnw Rhaloa Beudos at 6 p. m. llegulai meeting Miami Beach Misrachl in the Community huiiding nudlt" lum at < p m Sunday school from 10 to noon Stockholm (JTA)—The Swedish press this week reported that the pro-Nazi government of Hungary is trying to barter the lives of 4,500 Jews for Swedish recognition of the present Hungarian regime. The report adds that the Swedish Government is making all possible efforts to save Jews in Hungary without submitting to these blackmail tactics. The 4,500 Jews involved are all holders of Swedish "protective passports." The Szalasi Government has notified the Swedish Foreign Ministry that it will disregard the protection which the 4.500 Hurgarian Jews enjoy as a result of their Swedish passports and will apply to them all the anti-Jewish laws, unless Sweden recognizes it. In a radio broadcast this week Laszlo Bankuti, vice-president dt the National Defense Associatiol in Budapest, warned Hungarian against displaying any sympath for Jews. "One hears on ever side remarks of misled Hu garians when seeing groups Jewish men and women led labor service, such as poor Jews! Do you pity the Jews becaiu they have to work and mi leave their residences in yellm, starred houses?" Bankuti said, Sydney. Australia (JTA)—1 Australian Cabinet will shor announce its decisions on R ost-war migration policy, th, ouse of Representatives wj told by Acting Prime Minist Francis Forde. Palm Beach Notes MIS. MA1T BCHBEBlflCX Sofia (JTA)—The Bulgarian Government this week promulgated a decree rescinding the last anti-Jewish measures on the statute books. The law provides that "all orders contained in laws, statutes and regulations issued after January 23. 1941 which limit the rights of Bulgarian subjects or those of non-Bulgarian origin" .ire rescinded. It also states that Jews living in Sofia on that date arc entitled to reside here. Another section provides for the restoration of citizenship to all Jews who emigrated after January, 1940. and who were BUbtequi ntly disfranchised bv the pro-Nazi regime. Such perrons, however, must return to Bulgaria within six months and furnish proof that they have I nounced any foreien nationality which they may have assumed since they emigrated. Cpl. Sidney Dubbin, Army Air Force, has been transferred to Keller Field. Battle Creek. Mich. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubbin. Florida Ave. A graduate of Palm Beach High School, class of 1942. Cpl. Dubbin was formerly associated with Morrison Field in a civilian capacity and also was employed by the local gas company. Bond sales totaling $65,000 were made at a joint meeting of the B'nai B'rith lodge and auxiliary Tuesday night at Shcr Memorial hall, according to Dave Katz, president of the organization. ; Friday evening services at L I El Congregation were well tended by visitors and memb of the Congregation. Mr. 1 spoke on the purpose and ties of the Jewish Federation. Mrs. Libby Metz. of the Florida Wine Si Beer Distributing Co., is in the North on a business trip. While away she will attend the unveiling of a monument to the memory of her mother who passed away several months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aroniei Lincoln Park West announce marriage of their daughte Phoebe, to Cpl. Harold Spier U.S.A., son of Mr. and Harry Spierer of New York Cit] I The ceremony was performed | the Concourse Plaza Hotel i Rabbi Hershel, uncle of bride. Miss Aronic is a gradii of Francis Parker School Northwestern University. groom graduated from Citv Ca lege in New York and was I tive in campus life at Florit] State College. Active in campus life at Flo ida State College for Women i Tallahassee are Gerry Haipes] and Phyllis Freeman, Keep on buying War Bonds. Whsn You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5 6479 Dependable. Conscientious Service SEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service •05 Lincoln Re). Ph.: 5.5S6S AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 Weat Palm Beach. Fla. ALFA CREAMERY CO FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE Cl SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach Count*. laaturiM %  rt ssssg. nationally Famous Southsrn Dauis. n ••• (VIAU ducts and Ice Crsam — wait • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE FERGUSON FUNERAL HOM E,Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenus WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 RENTALS LEASE8 SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 144 Washington Arenue PHONE s-strs LAINHART & POTTER] ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS Phone 5191 Weat Palm Beach, Fla.



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PAGE TEN +Je*ls*tkx-ldUa>ri FRIDAY, DECEMBER j 19 J The Maccabees—A Lesson in Courage BY HYMAN CHANOVER This year. Chanukah steps. out of the calendar into a happier and more hopeful atmosphere than has prevailed at any time during the past decade. The reason is quite evident. During the past year, in a manner suggestive of the order in which the Chanukah candles are lit, the lights have been going on one by one in Europe. Russia, Poland. France. Rumania Belgium. Greece and Bulgaria are now eternally rid ot the Nazi menace. Our cup of happiness has not run over, however, for the past year had a goodly measure of uneasy, if not frightening, moments. There were times when" the enemy appeared to show signs of his early invincibility— when our invasion forces met with stiff enemy resistance in West, at Caen and Metz. and when the civilian population of England was bombed out of its brief period of ease by the new. terrifying rocket bombs hurled from the continent. The lights that have been going on have also revealed unbelievably horrible scenes of mass murder in the Nazi extermination camps for Jews. The enemy's end, however, despite his last minute measures of desperation, is now as certain as that of the Syrian Antiochus whose ringing defeat Jews celobrate this week. It is a rather striking fact that the climate of courage and bravery in which the world now lives forms a perfect backdrop for the celebration of Chanukah. For, Chanukah has always been equated with Maccabee. and other way of spelling courage. Is there a Jewish child. I wonder, whose eyes have not betrayed a sense of awe and pride at the very mention of the word Maccabee? But the heroes of Chanukah have not been worshipped by youngsters alone. The dauntless heroism of the handful against the mighty horde has fired the imagination of the Jew throughout history, prevented him from surrendering to despair, and infused new hope and faith into his oppressed soul. The story of the Maccabees Is indeed a story of supreme heroism and courage. It goes beyond the „ mere: Sunday school lesson in courage, however. It is a lesson in the proper motivation, use, and application of courage. Courage is a phenomenon that embraces a number of things. As a people for instance, we have displayed an enormous quantity of it. Our historical acts of heroism were ever linked with the spirit of Chanukah— with a menorah and lights, 01 with enlightenment and ideals They were always the handmaiden of the highest and noblest spiritual and ethical ideals in life. The phenomenon of courage has other components. It can never be the outgrowth of selfcenteredness to be true courage. It must rather emanate from %  deep-seated willingness to assume other people's troubles. If the little band of Maccabeans had not made Israel's tragedy their own, there would never have been a Chanukah. 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Today the democratic forces are motivated by ana dedicated to the high ideal of eradicating the evil from our midst; there is an unparalleled amount of self-forgetfulncss and self-sacrifice in the world; ana projection of the national sell into the trouble of others; and finally, disciplinary measures i necessary to prosecute the war are accepted without much whimpering. This is indeed Mac cabean courage, true courage. This is, however, one aspect of the Maccabean uprising which lends the story, more significance than ever this year. We are always so excited about the great military upset of second Temple days that wn forget (he very real, courageous work of the Maccabean family, the work which began after the initial defeat of the Syrians. We thus unconsciously disregard the period in which the heroes or Israel displayed their greatest amount of courage. How much renewed idealism, self-sacrifice, and discipline were necessary to establish s new order in Palestine? The foes of the Maccabees were not merely the external enemies who still continued to apply pressure on the little country, but the more sinister internal enemies—the Jewish Hellenists —who obstructed the Hashmonean plans and tried to bankrupt the Jewish will for independence. Then, too, the confidence of the people in the new political and social structure had to be gained, and the Jewish religion, which had been dealt a severe blow by the Syrian Hcllenizers. had to be restored to • position of respect. To accomplish all their aims, therefore, called for unprecedented courage on the part of the Maccabees. In this phase of their activity, these Jewish heroes offer n great challenge to our own civilization today. We are meeting the problems of the war successfully and enduring its trials with fortitude. All this has required courage, extraordinary courage we never thought we had in us. Can we, too. like the Maccabees of old meet the difficult and trying problems of the peace with similar courage and resolve, with the same inventiveness, real, and discipline, and the same spirit of self-forgetfulness that we brought to the prosecution of the war? We today, on a broader scale, have our own brand of Hellenists. There are elements in our society, both here and abroad, who have long identified themselves wkh the basic tenets of fascism, and willy willy with its practices. These men. when the smoke of battle will have passed, will remain behind to snipe at the efforts to reset the world along new, democratic The desire to compromise with these sinister forces will be strong, for the most natural tendency after the war will be to relax, to rip away the fetters that have kept up under terrible strain and tension these five years. We will be tempted" p take the path of least resistance. If it wishes to avoid costly blunders and terrible pitfalls in the postwar period and eliminate the horrifying possibility of a third world war in the nottoo-distant future, our generation would do well to take a lesson from the Maccabees. One thing we can learn, that to establish a lasting peace, we must approach the problems of the peace with as much courage— with as much discipline, sacrifice, and dedication — as we channeled into the successful conduct of the war. What our civilization still has to learn, and can yet learn belines of demarcation between war and peace, and who rewith the old masters who Hr~ I Sal £ e h our is too UtjH that to survive, it mil u l garded peace f^M of non-existence of war e By this time we should k. I recognized the truth tffpJK like war, must be DlatmLs DCaC€ -I be prepared for? with .m.^l al. energy, and "above"^ courage. e %  • We are told that whim HJ Maccabees entered the Sn^ they found only one via? pure, untainted oil. This w. 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% %  %  % % %  < % % % % % %  DECEMBER 8. 1944 ^J^IstrhrkUsin PAGE ELEVEN Chanukah in History and Legend By AARON ROSMARIN irtct and Fancy in the Tales of the Heroic Maccabees. The Origin and Celebration of the Festival of Dedication.) ,. or y tells us that under the the covenant, hid themselvea in 2 of Antiochus, surnamed by j the mountains, ready any m<> flatterers Epihanes, the II-1 ment to rebel. ^ ... md by his more can-1 In those drct If jSfnds Epimancs. the Mad-' t*J n Z f Jews suffered many •* .table' cruelties. He enffjel-usalem. plundered the Eli'desecrated the altar Erected a heathen one in fo ace and put to death a £Jnumber of the inhabitants. The Jewish Scriptures were tamed, and the reading and the g$ nt ,. of the Torah was Sidden under the penalty of So? Throughout the country ST officers forced the Jews to of the Sounce their religion. 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E., the day on which three years before, the cult of' /ens had been introduced in the Temple. The solemnity, which IS more ol national than of religious significance, lasted for eight days, and its anniversary was instituted among theJews aa a memorial of the restoration of religious freedom. Since then this festival had been called Hanukah. the festival of the Dedication of the Altar, or of the Purification of the Sactuary. In hagadic literature, how-! ever, no Jewish festival is so scantily dealt with as Hanukah. Rabbinical literature is also silent about Antiochus and his generals. Even Judah himself is | scarcely ever mentioned and the name Maccabee is absolutely unknown. This paucity of records may be accounted for by the followinn reasons. First, because the, book of Maccabees is not in-, eluded in the sacred canon; f secondly, because glorification of the Maccabean heroism would have aroused the suspicion of I the Romans; thirdly, because! the Maccabees, who were priests, illegitimately assumed! the title "king" which belongs i only to the house of David. Besides this, in the strife between the Sadducees and the Pharisees, j the descendants of the Maccaj bees sided with the former. They thu:. provoked the enmity Of the Pharisees whose views are chiefly deposited in the I Rabbinical literature and there-' lore very little reference to the j Maccabees is found in Talmud and Mi.1l."eh According to some Jewish legends the origin of Hanukah is as follows: In order to convert the Jews Antiochus. the wicked, lent a big army headed hy h's general. Nicanor, to Jeru•alein. Arriving there they killed many Jews. They also erected in altar in the Temple, j slaughtered-a swine*and brought: its blood into the holy precinct. 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PAGE TWELVE Jewisti florMian FTUDAY, CHANUKA--A MODERN VERSION (A short story) By DAVID SCHWARTZ Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Private Meyer Weiss felt someone tugging at him. "Say. wake up." Even in his sleepy state, he recognized the voice. It was his buddy, Jimmy MacAvoy more commonly called Mac. Weiss and MacAvoy after completing their quota of air missions had been returned to the States and were attached provisionally to a company at Camp Hancock. It was after taps now. The men were asleep and the slightest conversation is sure to evoke a loud outburst on the part of some soldier who feels that the conversationalists are depriving hun of some of much craved slumber. •'Pipe down, will you?" came voices from several Darts of the barracks. But Jimmy MacAvoy alias Mac seemed to ignore the shouts. "Say, Meyer." he said, as if half dazed, "who was Judas Maccsbaeus?" What a question, thought Meyer, to be asking after midnight. • • • Earlier in the afternoon Mathad returned from a week's furlough in New York His furolugh had one day to run. so he had hung around in town near thp camp. A stranger had accosted him—a Jewish business man who had introduced himself as Mr Faber. The long and short of it was that Mr. Faber was havine what Jews called a Chanukab party and he would like to have a soldier present. He would ereafly appreciate it if the soldier would come. "Hie soldier said, he would b* glad to come—since he had until midnight to be back to barracks and lie thought he might enjoy the Jewish holiday—see what a Jewish holiday was like, particularly, he laughed, since Mr. Faber had promised that the eating would be good and the win* even better. We shall have to anticipate the f Ivor's arrival by describing the family scene before the soldier arrived. The least was the greatest here. There can be no question but that eight-year-old Louise was always the center of the show in the Faber household. Louise was dark, charming and bright and could ask more questions than Clifton Fadiman. Chanukah to Louise was • novelty. She saw that there were little candles and the festive mood—but more than this she did not know and Mr. and Mrs. Faber were not of the type that liked to stuff the mind. They were content to let the facts percolate gradually and Mr. Faber took pleasure in even heightening the suspense by diulting the facts with fiction so that Louise, as it were, would have to drag the information out of him. Thus, Mr. Faber, as the family sat down in the dining room, waiting for the soldier to arrive, dismissed Louise's query about the dinner with the statement simply that "we are going to have a distinguished guest, Mr. Maccabeus here for dinner." This only served to whet the interest of Louise and Mr. Faber soon found that he would hava to elaborate. 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But you must not misunderstand Louise, Mr. Maccabeus did not rely on miracles. He appealed to the courage of the people and to their sense of duty. This was the real miracle which won him the victory. The other miracles follow after that." It was just after Mr. Faber had got through explaining about the oil that our flyer Jimmy MacAvoy came in. Everybody was happy now and all sat down to dinner. The question of how to address the soldier had at first bothered Louise. She had at first thought of calling him Mr. MacAvoy, later she had decided on Jimmy but the soldier insisted that everybody always called him Mac, so finally Louise was calling him Mac in every othei sentence getting very chummy indeed. With Louise's questions popping right and left, the soldier didn't have too much time to eat but he seemed to like talking to her. Finally Louise insisted that he tell her the most dramatic adventure he had had. "Well." began the flyer. 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To this day, I don't understand about this gasoline. I had gasoline for about two hundred miles, but it teemed to last for the trip of • thousand. It was a miracle, I have always believed, about that gasoline." The soldier paused here. Louis* looked at her father and then at the soldier: "You are Mr. Maccabeus," she said to the soldier. ,' I knew it'" continued Louise, "when you said your name was Mac—and now what you said about the gasoline proves it. Daddy," continued Louise turning to her father, "Isn't he Mr Maccabeus?" Mr. Faber laughed, "Why sure. Louise, its Mr. Maccabeus." The flyer pretended to get the point but he didn't. Nevertheless, all evening he chimed in as he was addressed as Mr. Maccabeus. When he arrived at the barracks, he was determined to find out about this Mr. Maccabeus. That is why, he was pulling at Meyer's bed clothes in the barracks. "Listen," said Meyer, "will you let me sleep." 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DECEMBER 8. 1944 TJ^IsMhr/dHan PAGE THIRTEEN a Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1M4, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Washington Sidelight*: Not %  sEuSt leaders are happy Ifthftext of the Palatine iSuJon passed by the House 2j£ Affairs Committee J*fLi that the change* in S" e te xt made by the ComnutZ in passing the resolution "Lken the statements on PalX e made by both the DemoSuc and Republican parties at Sir conventions in Chicago... TrVnow be revealed.that the LVp Department advised im5t Zionist leaders against SLaing for the passage of the I Wwtine resolution by Congress, r* the present time And EN were good reasons for this Ha • Most of the Zionist taders agreed with the views J( the State Department Coneressman Sol Bloom, chair-m of the House Foreign Afhirs Committee, thus sprang a -rprise uP on tne stat Departaent when he had the Palestine feolution passed with modiflotions which are not at all to the liking of some Zionists Moreover, the passage of the ^solution at present, and im its modified form, was against the explicit wishes of President loosevelt ... It was expected Hut the resolution would regain pending for another five ar six months, until the fall of Germany which expert* believe nil occur in the Spring Political Trends: The Emer(tncy Conference of the World Jewish Congress in Atlantic City ill shown that there is at least aw Jewish organization in which there is no internal friction .. If differences of opinion exist among the leaders of tie World Jewish Congress, they were not displayed at the conference There were different liews with regard to the aues%  ton of whether the Congress should organize, in the United rLZ^ th U 0II L l Distribution on this question were compromised ... The World Jewish Congress will probably raise more money in 1945 in the Latin American countries And the secret ambition of some of thr leaders of the Congress is to get a substantial slice of the reparations which Jews may get from the defeated Axis if a central coordinating body for Jewish relief and rehabilitation is formed The importance attached to the World Jewish Congress by Washington, was evidenced at the Atlantic City conference by the fact that several important branches of the U. S. Government sent unofficial observers to the gathering Few delegates knew that the proceedings of the conference, as well as of the various commissions set up during the sessions, were closely watched by government officials Facts and Fiction: The question of whether the system of Kvutzath, cooperative farming, which now exists in Palestine. could be applied in the United States and in areas of post-war settlement outside of Palestine, is discussed in "Cooperative Living in Palestine." just published by the Dreyden Press ... The author of the book, Henrik F. Infield, a Vienna sociologist, lived in the cooperative settlements in Palestine and observed day-to-day activity there He is the director of the Rural Settlement Institute, a researefl organization, formed by Edward A Norman, for the purpose uf He w a l ve communities Kvu£a h ., at & Palestine the mnmk v endure d because its ?ndftm h P aCCepted Privations I ana still tolerate a relatively low standard of jiving WU t'hTTn.led^r^ 13 %  "* %  ? %  me united States or even in other lands, he so compliant he asks T he book would be author displayed a little more accuracy in checking his facts .Although he lived in the Kyutza in Palestine, his book is run of so many misstatements mat we do have no sufficient space in this column to enumerate them ... It i s a pity that the volume was not edited by experts prior to being published. %  • • A revised and carefully edited edition can serve a very useful purpose for students of cooperative living London, November 28—(By Cable)—In one of the most Important documents ever put before Parliament, the British txovernment today revealed many facts and figures regarding the national war effort that have until now been kept a close secret. This document takes the form of a White Paper; and among the statistics of Britain's all-out struggle that appear in it are the following: Britain's armed forces now number 4.500,000 men and 500.000 women. (The total population is about 47.000.000.) More than one-third of all men between 14 and 64 are in these forces. Almost half of the women between 14 and 59 are in the armed forces, full-time civil defense, or industryBy the end of 1943, Britain I had lost 11.500,000 gross tons of ; shipping—two-thirds of the tonnage with which she began the war. 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PAGE FOURTEEN vJewlstiFlcrknan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8 Chanukah in History and Legend By AARON ROSMARIN (Fact and Fancy in the Tales of the Heroic Maccabees. The Origin and Celebration of the Festival of Dedication.) (Continued from page 11) When Antiochus heard of Nicanor's death, he despatched a big army headed by his general Bagris to Jerusalem. Bagris entered the city, murdered and plundered the Jews. In addition to this, a royal decree proclaimed the abolition of the Jewish mode of worship. Any Jew observing the Sabbath, the New Moon, and performing circumcisions would be subject to death. These cruel measures, however, did not in the least prevent the Jews from practicing the religion of their fathers. In order to be able to observe the Sabbath, many Jews hid themselves in caves. Antiochus sent "his army against them. They demanded that the Jews | fulfill the King's decree and; thus save their lives. But the j Jews were willing to die. rather than to profane the Sabbath. The army then burned them in the caves. When Johanan, the son of, Mattathias, and his four brothers heard all this, they waged war on the enemy. They destrayed the entire army of Antiochus and only its general. Bagris, and a few others could escape death. Reaching Antiochus. CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS TAMIAMI BAR 203 W. FTaglor Street Miami. Fla. Bargis advised Antiochus to mobilize the entire Empire since the Maccabees were "swifter than eagles and stronger than lions." At the head of a thousand and eighty myraids of troops, Bagris. the wicked, besieged Jerusalem. Entering the city, he desecrated the Temple. The tyranny ol Antiochus aroused the religious consciousness of the Jews which resulted in the revolution led bv the Maccabees Mattathias could no more assuage his wrath and he organized resistance He said to l Hasmonai: "You and your sons, and I and my sous are twelve.! CO! responding to the twelve; tribes. Let us therefore fight, for j I trust in God that He will per form miracles for us." The Maccabees fasted, put on -ark-cloth and began to fight the enemy, slaying a tremenduj ous number of them God siezed seventy guardian angels of the nations, perforated them with an awl of fire and said to them. I "Each of you shall slay the war! nors of your nation, and should one of them escape, I will take your life instead The Angels j thrust the arrows of the war. riors of Aptiochus into their I hearts They also stripped every ; slain Chief and brought the spoil to the Jewish homes, for the Jews themselves could not despoil them on account of the vast number that had been slain of the enemy. The Jews thus destroyed the armies of the enemy and Bagris they burned. After having defeated the army of the enemy, the Hashmonities entered the Temple which was profaned by the enemy, and cleansed it. While looking for consecrated oil to light the lamps, they found, in the pit by the side of the altar which existed from the sic days of creation, one flask of oil, sealed with the ring of the High Priest. Tins contained oil just for one day, but by a miracle it lasted for eight days. They also found eight spears of iron which they fixed so that they could light their lamps upon them. And so, since the year 165 B C. E., the Jews all over the world annually celebrate, with mirth and joy, Hanukah. the "Festival of Illumination." On the eve of the twenty-fifth of Kislev we light one lamp, adding every evening, for eight days in succession, one lamp, \ more light, following the school j of Hillel and not -that of Shamai j (to display eight lamps on the \ first night of the festival and to reduce the number on each successive night by one.) The Abyssinian and the Indian Jews do not observe this festival, since they left Palestine before the Maccabean period APPEAL TO PRESIDENT TO HELP IN CONFLICT The Hebrew Committee of National Liberation has made an appeal to President Roosevelt to intervene in the present conflict between the policy of Great Britain and the interests of the Hebrew nation, and suggested the President initiate "a round table conference between representatives of the British Government and representatives of the Hebrew nation in which, under the guidance of your representatives, animated by impartial justice and equal friendship for both sides, it should not be too difficult to arrive at some understanding and bring to an end the present intolerable situation." EXTEND TIME TO SEND WORD TO PRISONERS C. 'Gordon Anderson, chairman of the Dade County Red Cross, announces that time allowed for sending messages to U. S. prisoners of war and U. S. civilian internees in the Philippines has been extended to December 15. Persons with relatives in the Philippines who age of the opportunity to send have not already taken advanta letter on the special form obtainable at Red Cross headquarters are urged to do so. During this period messages may also be accepted from U. S. residents for British civilian internees. II S !" N<* AT TRo*p$ Hirsch Jacobs. America'* il. ng trainer for 1944, ,s U 10 other years, is steadTlv semblmg at Tropical S£ considerable tnorunSJI Rroup he will campaM^ Miami area this winter k great majority, he statoi b e jreshened for The Say' nod ^u Wh ch opcns a t "his n, on Christmas Day p Eleven of the Jacobs train. performers followed the in?? shipment by checkmRin FH day, with an equal number 3 to come. The latest drat brought his collection to while in addition, brother I gene has half a dozen in S same barn. GS CHANUKA OREETIN R. I. GARLICK Service Station 301 S. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2.94711 You can't qui now! You must continue \p buy Bonds, and More Bonds! SEASON'S GREETINGS ARMORY GRILL RESTAURANT 2800 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-9217 TYLER THE TOP MAN. IR. Specializing in Auto Upholding Seal Covers 2341 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-2758 SEASONS BEST WISHES NATIONAL PRODUCE CO.. INC. 2186 N. W. 13th Ay.nue PHONE 3-6491 A HAPPV CHANUKA TO ALL MORRIS KALER K ALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. W. 22ND ST. PHONE 2-5197 CHANUKA GREETINGS DINNER BELL RESTAURANT 117 N. E. 1st Street Phone 2-3729 MIAMI CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS KARL & KARL KARL WBT2EL Owner 215 N. E. 2nd Arenue MIAMI. FLA. IOSEPH LUZI TAILOR CUT MAKE TRIM MH CALUMET BUILDINO PHONE 3-M60 !i! A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA JACK'S BAR AND RESTAURANT 1361 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9523 MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS &atUe'6 LINEN SHOP 1031 Lmceln Road MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S BEST WISHES COURIC U-Drive I t 340 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 2-1672 SEASONS BEST WISHES flla&eletfi, fa. LINENS 734 Linolcn Road PHONE S-3S81 Worth Avenue PALM BEACH. FLA. 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DECEMBER 8. 1944 HeMstifhrMton Chanukah: The Beacon of Hope By JULIUS L. WEIL U few days, separate ui I ,h P festival of lights. In a K toe the Jewish father *fhisns will once more proH n ^ the blessing over the hffiwdliKht the Chanukah "SS for the world, to see. fTkah like Purlm. is a fesfffcthe Jewish calendar Eh is not based on a comS of the Almighty It is not Sinned in the book of the Sh law. the Torah. It was I fowled by our sages who rcK the miracle-of the one STsupplV of oil which lasted Ii?i week as so important that IL decreed the celebration of %  [miracle for aU generations Id come. [ Tie miracle of Chanukah. liwever is not identified with ^miracle of the oil alone Beta* the Maccabees were able to wtore the temple to its rightful Z again, they brought about Miethinc which the Jew had RTT seldom witnessed before. m e\y the decision to fight ofSfe^5ti.Tw. d S£ comanded to take up arml S3 ?hlr tS?aJ? IVIne co "nand. and their struggle was a fight for th and* h C .Vr f the "-"y Name and therefore victorious. Our history proves that whenever the Jews took up arms on their own accord they were the losers However, at the time of the Maccabees th ls no longer held true. The old priest and his sons knew that should the Jews of their time be defeated by th ureeks, their survival would be> utterly endangered. And so came about the spectacle of the peace-loving Jew taking UP arms and defeating the mightiest bower of that time. But at the moment the struggle was over, they laid aside their weapons and once more became the Holy people. Throughout the generations. this example of the Maccabees was the Inspiration Jewish fighters had. At no time, however had it found such an ar> Plication than in our time. At no tune. too. had the Jews lived Bete "thV P E M, 0n as "<"• u, A„ neir enemies intended to do away with them either h P jBB %* differ^ rebgious laith. or because they wanted their belongings. Hhler how cauwlhl-" 01 m ** Jews beI tause theirs was a different r? I 'g.on but only bXKftlE no l£ WS Y 3 race he Jt did i not like. For years, he did not encounter any resistance. The he HM a l a p ushover But what he did not figure on was that I the undying spirit of the Mac, StSE" wo ^ s ? me da w ake up fh a u/ And H did *> battle of the Warsaw ghetto is the most vivid proof of their spirit. And I the contribution of Jews to the j various underground movements costing the lives of many Gw• mans is another example of thU I new faith. j All this did not prevent mll!i? ns of Jews from perishing. 1 The soul of the Jewish people I has been weakened. The foundu, tion is crumbling. But whether I it will ultimately collapse, deI pends on us. We are told that i the Chanukah candles should be placed on the window sill to show the world the miracle PAGE FIFTEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI Upon the celebration of the Festival of Lights takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry Best Wishes for AHAPPy CHANUKA • Leonard K. Thomson Mayor A. B. Curry City Manager COMMISSIONERS FredW.Hosea James A^ Dunn R C. Gardner C. H. Reeder which happened so many centuries ago. Today this display may assume still another meaning. Although we are living a peaceful and quiet life in America, we could not help noticing that the ugly monster of antibemitism is trying to extend Its sting to this country, too. Is there any better way of showing our defiance to it than by displying proof of our power, and will to survive on the win dow sill for all the world to se? Yet. showing this alone does not do the job. Just lighting candles and giving them the world to look at is not THE thing. "Than same candles must also show us something. They must havo a meaning to us, if they are to have a meaning for the world. The Chanukah candles mean various things to us. in themselves, their quiet steady burning should impress upon us that the life of the human being can be tranquil if he makes it so. The individual forms his own life by himself first, and by his environment second. But let us regard the Chanukah candles as something much nearer to the Jew, his law, the Torah. Many of us think of our Jewish law as something very hard to bear. We are liable to regard it as old fashioned, and out of style. No conception could be as wrong as that. Better knowledge would teach us something quite different. Although we may not realize it. our Torah was the lawbook from which other peoples deSEASON'S BEST WISHES RICE BROTHERS Sunoco Service 1101 S. W. Sth Street PHONE 2-9565 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY CHANUKA PLAYLAND PHOTO STUDIO 118 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9174 MIAMI GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH rived theirs. The United States is the best example. Would anyone call the constitution of this country old fashioned? The Torah as impersonated by the Chanukah light should show us that nothing can extinguish its flame. But we all can derive benefit from its warmth if we keep the flame burning. Much has been said about the need for spiritual improvement of the Jewish household. Our leaders have been trying to do just that. The response has not been too good. But the flame of the Chanukah light should be a reminder to us that all of us face a task, to take over the job of keeping Judaism alive, which millions of European Jews can no longer carry out because the flame of life has been driven out of their bodies. The most encouraging meaning the Chanukah candle has. is that of hope. Very seldom did we need hope more than in our present time. The struggle in which the world is engaged is not yet at an end. Many hard days are ahead of us. And hope is what we need in these days. The Chanukah candle, which reminds us of a miracle, tells us that no matter how hard the Jews were hit, they always survived. No matter how cruel our enemies, there is always hope for a better time after the perbetter time, we must do our secution. But to bring about a best front line troops have share. Israel is decimated, our fallen. We must supply the reserves. By just lighting a candle, and showing it to the world, we may derive new hope for our future, but we have not yet contributed anything to bring about this future. When we gain new hope, we must realize that hope must inspire us to deeds. Hope for a better future is only justified when we prepare for it. Chanukah has always been a festival of special significance for the Jewish child. Is there any better guarantee for the Jewish future than the Jewish child? Our children are our hope for a future, let the Chanukah candle show us the way to prepare them for it. If we do that, then beacon of hope for a better fuChanukah has truly become a ture. Support the Sixth War Loan. CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS VARSITY CLEANERS 208-10 Alhambra Circle Phone 4-6602 CORAL GABLES SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA PONY CLUB Restaurant 2100 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 3-2865 MIAMI SLACKS AND SHIRTS HIGH CLASS — CUSTOM MADE TOM AND CHESTER BLASIAK TAILORS 14 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-7679 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS Belcher Oil Company 1217 Biacayne Boulevard PHONE 2-7425



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DECEMBER 8, 1944 ^J^isjhfhrkllari PAGE SEVENTEEN' GREATER MIAMI HOTELS JOIN IN EXTENDING CHANUKAH'S BEST GREETINGS AN MPORTANT .NDUSTBY IN MAKING THIS PROSPEROUS AND GROWING COMMUNITY fconukah Greeting* HEf PIONEER HOTEL 151 N. E. let Street MIAMI, FLORIDA PROSE 3-5734 Jo Our Many Friends aid Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA NORTH BEACH HOTEL & APTS. MOLLY ANNA \WDLAW EPSTEIN 250 20th Street Phone 5-6502 Miami Beach, Florida C.hanuka Greeting* To Our Many Jewish Friend* FENIMORE APT. HOTEL 1200 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach | Kir) We Extend Sincere Greeting* to Jewry Everywhere W0FFORD HOTEL 2400 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH To All — Season'* Best Wishes PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 640 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, Florida < II A Nik A C-R E K TINGS TROPICS HOTEL H5l) Collins Ate. *lAMi BEACH REVLIN HOTEL Comer 13tli Si A CoUini iv Miami Beach, FLORIDA Half Block from Beach Now Accepting KTvati..n NEWLY REFURNISHED All Roomi Private llalh and Shincen KOSHER DIMX. H(M1 NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Phone 58-2668 ABE MLKAVCHICk Manager The Hotel Situation By JACK RILEY Executive Secretary. Miami Beach Hotel Owner* Association What kind of "Hotel Season" may we expect this year? That seems to be the mast important question on Miami Beach today, and probably the most difficult to answer with any degree of certainty. All of the signs, which in ordinary times would assure a banner season, can be counteracted by obstacles and conditions due to the war and its uncertainties. That there are more people j able and anxious to get to Florida than ever before is unquestionable. There need for rest, relaxation and the health restoring combination of sunshine, fresh clean air and mild climate which can only be found in Florida, is also greater under the trying war-time conditions. That Miami and Miami Beach houses and apartments are so well filled should be indicative of a big demand for hotel accommodations. Some Miami hotels have publicized the fact that, since filled to capacity most of the year, there will be little to offer the winter health seeker on •heir side of the Bav. Then, too, .the promised attractions, of a longer racing season, the usual dog track season, fishing, and other forms of diversion for which Southern Florida is famous, should indicate excellent winter business this year. But any true estimate of possibilities must include the entire picture, not only the bright side. And not too bright is the all important problem of transportation. Due to rationing of gasoline, the greater part of the burden of transportation will fall on th" railroads and air lines. The needs of the armed services wiU be served first and will require most of the space on both trains and planes. We are told that no extra transportation accommodations will be added regardless of civilian need. Every effort has been made to discourage unnecessary civilian travel. Greater effort has been exerted to eliminate travel W resorts by vacationists. Florida could suffer the most as the result 01 these efforts because of the stories which have beer Widely circulated about housing iirivMIAMI BE U U. Fl i conditions in the area all hotels in Southern m those in Miami fSS & Ears** Ida. and can find a was v> %  here. M ; %  Enjoy Magnificent • v..o Fv.-rv advantage o "rt S SL • -*t JOSEPH H AOA-l-SS 250 Boom* wiw C // A V V A A i. R E E T I V G S TO Ah I KENT HOTEL SAMUEL G. WANES, Owner-Manager COMPLIMENTS OF THE GULF HOTEL 1321 5th Street MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Edward B. Conklinn Manager CHANUKA GREETINGS EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL 1410 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Phone 5-5791 CHANUKA GREETINGS CARLYLE HOTEL 1250 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. MRS. ELSIE 5. BELSKY Oumir C.hanuka Greetings to all our JEWISH FRIENDS CORNELL HOTEL 3420 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. GREETINGS CARD0Z0 HOTEL PHONE 5-1235 All Outside Rooms Tubs stnd Showers Elevator Service — Solarium Patio — Coffee Shop 1300 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. CHANUKA GREETINGS BOULEVARD HOTEL I hide Boulevard anal and Meridian Avessae JOHN M. HAILEY General Manager MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-2161 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA HOTEL EDWARDS Formerly E.vans Edward Neulin, .Mgr. Collins Ave. at 10th Si. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. SEASON'S G R E E T I N G S CHATHAM APARTMENTS 1676 James Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Efficiency and Bedroom Apartments ; 1-2 Blockt from Ocean OPEN ALL YEAR PRESEASON RATES Phone 5-9626 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES BERNI HOTEL O. FISCHER, Mgr. 201 Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA BARCLAY PLAZA 1940 Park Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE 5-9861



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PAGE EIGHTEEN +Jewlstt fhrHtatn FRIDAY,^DBCEM Bm ^ GREATER MIAMI HOTELS JOIN IN EXTENDING CHANUKAH'S BEST GREETINGS AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY IN MAKING THIS PROSPEROUS AND GROWING COMMUNITY ANNOUNCING OPENING PETER MILLER HOTEL and COFFEE SHOP 19(H) Collina Are., M. H. Home Style Cooking With All Baking Done on Prcmi-c < nt-i inii to a Select but unrentricteii clientele. REASONABLE RATES Under Management of MRS. BLSABBA HVLSBBOS and MR. HARRY McGOWAPi TO ALL— SEASON'S BEST WISHES CHELSEA HOTEL 944 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-0614 MAX GANZMAN SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL ON THE OCEAN FRONT Private Reach — Solarium 425 Ocean Drive PHONE 5-4706 ABBEY HOTEL 300 21* Street MIAMI BEACH, FLA. I ALAMAC HOTEL 1300 Collina Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. BETSY ROSS HOTEL 1440 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH. FLA. DALLAS PARK HOTEL AND APARTMENTS HI S. E. 3rd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA ESPLANADE APARTMENTS 900 16th Street MIAMI BKACH, FLA. EUCLID HOTEL 320 Euclid Ave. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. FRANCIS HOTEL 19 N. E. 3rd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA OPEHHTOHS TO TRY TO Fill UP ROOMS Miami Beach hotel operators Monday prepared a fight to fill hotel rooms made vacant by an increasing number of cancellations, they said, which have resulted partly from the failure of military authorities to release reservations, for which they have no use, in time for them to be taken by civilians. Steps to remedy the situation were taken at a meeting of hotel men with Miami Beach City Manager Claude A. Renshaw and later at an emergency session of the YMHA on Lincoln Road. Meetings were arranged by N. H. Hankoff, vice president of the Miami Beach Hotel association. "We don't intend to do anything to encourage unnecessary I civilian travel." Hankoff said, j "but we think that people in the North who have to come to Miami for their health should be i told the truth about the situaI tion and given the opportunity to come here if it is at all possibit. "We want them to know that there are plenty of rooms available in moderate price hotels and we want to have the space the military is not using made available to those persons." Guy Ellis, executive vice president of the Lincoln Rd. Assn.. said that he had be*n informed by several hotel owners of cancellations, due to transportation difficulties. LINCOLN CENTER 630 Lincoln Road BEACON HOTEL 729 Ocean Drive EL PASO HOTEL 928 Fifth Street GER HOTEL 530 Meridian Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. MARE VISTA APARTMENT HOTEL Directly on Ocean Front 200 Ocean Drive e MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE 5-9440 PALMER HOUSE 1119 Collina Arena, MIAMI BEACH. FLA.I KENMORE HOTEL Washington Are. at 11th Street and LESLIE HOTEL Ocean Drive at 13th St. MIAMI BKACH, FLA. LIDO HOTEL 336 Collina Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. MIDTOWN HOTEL IS6S West Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. NEPTUNE APARTMENTS 1632 Meridian Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PATRICIA HOTEL 312 S. E. 2nd Avem MIAMI, FLORIDA PONCE DE LEON HOTEL 231 E. Flagler Street] MIAMI, FUHtlDA OCEANIC HOTEL 510 Collina Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. THE PRESIDENT HOTEL 1423 CaUaV Aveuut[ MIAMI BEACH, PI R00SEVEL1 HOTEL 1225 PenfylTtm* 1 n% MIAMI BEACH,



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w. DECEMBER 8. It44 PAGE NINETEEN GREATER MIAMI HOTELS JOIN IN EXTENDING C H A NUKAH'SBE STGREETINGS AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY IN MAKING THIS PROSPEROUS AND GROWING COMMUNITY SHERMAN APARTMENT HOTEL 4218 Collins Avenue AAMI BEACH, FLA. fBONE 5-9612 SOUTH SEAS HOTEL J75I Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. VICTOR HOTEL 1144 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. SUNSET HOTEL and APARTMENTS 4025 Indian Creek Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. TARA HOTEL 1021 Bay Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. VERSAILLES HOTEL 3465 Collins Avenue •UAMI BEACH, FLA. VIKING HOTEL 220 3lit Street MIAMI BEACH, FLA. YORK HOTEL 321 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. ALLEN HOTEL 2001 Washington Ate. MOM 5-5766 MIAMI BEACH, FLA. AMERICA HOTEL 273 N. f. 2nd Street MIAMI, FLA. 51. PETE IS DEC.) Rabbi Emanuel D. Rothenberg the new spiritual leader of Congregation B'nai Israel, St. Petersburg, Fla„ was officially installed December 3 at 1039 Arlington Ave. by Rabbi Herbert J. Wilner of that city and Rabbi Benjamin G. Eisenerg of Tampa. The ceremony featured the installation of the officers of the Congregation. These include Sam Goldberg, president; Frank Rabin, vice-president; A. Sierkese. treasurer; Reuben Sabin, secretary. Board of directors: Max Davis, chairman; Benjamin Green. Samuel Fyvelent, Harry Mogil, Albert Rubin, Frank Kleinfeld and Albert A. Esrick. Rabbi Rothenberg received his rabbinical training at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary in New York City. He studied under the late Rabbis Dr. Bernard Revel, founder and president of the Yeshiva and Yeshiva College and Moses Soloveichik. Rabbi Rothenberg received his "Rabbinical Ordination-Smicha" in March, 1944. He attended the Yeshiva College in New York City, where he specialized in philosophy. Psychology, sociology and education. He founded the French publication "Le Flambeau," edited it, and served as officer of the French Club. In June 1941 ho received his Bachelor of Arts degree "cum laude," and was also awarded the Samuel C. Lampcrt Prize for Excellency in Ethics and Jewish Philisophy. Upon his graduation, he pursued post graduate work at the New School for Social Research, where hemade a special study of social philosophy and sociology. He completed the Central Leadership Course sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Board. He held the post of Youth Representative on the Board. 0 1 the Union of Jewish Orthodox Congregations of America. Before coming to this city, he served at the Jew ish Center of Highbridee. Bronx. N. Y.. and the Jewish Center of Far Rockawav. L. L During the summer of 1943 he visited the pulpits of Houston. Galveston and Tyler. Texas. In June of this year he married the former Blanche Flaks of New York City, and in July Rabbi Rothenberg was elected tne spiritual leader of Congregation B'nai Israel to succeed the laU Rabbi Alexander S. Klein feld. Support the Sixth War Loan. ANGLER'S HOTEL 634 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. ASTORIA HOTEL 1910 West Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. CHARLES HOTEL 1475 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. ESMERALDA HOTEL 444 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI, FLORIDA GREEN TREE HOTEL 110 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA HARRISON HOTEL 411 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. GREETINGS EXCHANGE HOTEL 141 N. E. 3rd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA CHANVKA GREETINGS FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL 1055 Meridian Ave. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. McALPIN HOTEL 1424 Oc an Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. GOTHAM HOTEL 760 13th Street MIAMI BEACH, FLA. NASSAU HOTEL 1414 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA.



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mmSM %  : ; PAGE TWENTY +Jmist> fhrldUan ""DAY, D ECEMBER 8. II GREATER MIAMI HOTELS JOIN IN EXTENDING CHANUKAH'S BEST GREETINGS AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY IN MAKING THIS PROSPEROUS AND GROWING COMMUNITY SHRINE HOLDINf CJUUMUFIIF I AVALON HOTEL 700 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. NORWYNN HOTEL 126 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. \ 1 STRAND HOTEL 226 IS. E. 2nd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA THE TOWERS The fourth annual Mahi Tern pie Shrine carnival and fair now being held nightly at the loca circus grounds. N. W. 23rd St 1 and Eighth Ave., will swing inV 1 a full schedule of special man 1 nees this Saturday, it has beer 1 announced by Potentate Mile I Coffrin. The matinees are being arranged for all Metropolitan Miami school children as well as members of the armed forces here in Redistribution centeia and Service hospitals. The Saturday matinees, open to everybody but featuring the attendance of the armed force* members, will find these men guests of the Mahi Temple with all entertainment free. Special parties under Red Cross supervision are being arranged from all Service hospitals. The featured children's matinee will be Thursday, Dec. 14, when all Datfe County school children will be entertained under arrangements by school officials. The children will be admitted free with all rides and shows reduced to 10 cents from noon to 6 p. m. Despite cool weather of last weekend, the carnival and fair opened to large crowds seeking to view the famous Endy Brothers Shows, the most extensive ever presented here. With the nightly programs starting at 6:30 o'clock, the role of stardom has been claimed by the beautiful and daring Zdenka Malikova. the Czeck marvel of the high wire; Emanual Zacchini. the human cannonball who is shot over the twin ferris wheels, and Mis* Bcrnice in her "Slide for Life" act. All proceeds of the event go to the Shrine's crippled children and hospital funds. HOTEL 332 S. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI, FLORnU • • BIARRITZ HOTEL 1425 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. POEVSETTIA HOTEL 117 N. E. 2nd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA TA-MIAMI HOTEL 203 West Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA • TO OUB MANY FRIENDS CHANUKA GREETINGS JOT HOTEL 956 Washington Are. MIAMI BEACH BROADRIPPLE HOTEL 4370 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. BEST WISHES RIVIERA HOTEL 510 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. TUDOR HOTEL 1111 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS Support the Sixth War Loan. HOTEL rn r n r D IPI/ 1 SHEPLEY HOTEL 1340 Colling Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. rltfftfllCK 916 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH 1 A HAPPY CHANUKA La GORCE GOLF COURSE 54B5 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-1361 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA The LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. 5th Arenui Phone 2-4072 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANT jr.WI.SU FRIKNDS A.VD PATRON8 KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. MIAMI AVE. CHANUKA GREETINGS R. C. FLEEMAN Security Building MIAMI, FLA. A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Miami Beach Chemical Co Anchor Brand Products Hotel. Janitor, Sanitary Supplies, Deodorants, Disinfectants Phone 5-4353 824 1st Street, Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI TRANSFER COMPANY 1000 N. W. N. RIVER DRIVE MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-8378 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA PAL'S PLACE 823S N. E. Second AT*. BEERS WINES LUNCHES SEASON S BEST WISHES KINNE ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 8900 Biacayne Boulevard PHONE 7-9408 GREETINGS for a MOST HAPPY CHANUKA i "OPEN DOOR" RESTAURANT 600 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-8677 1 CHANUKA GREETINGS E. T. HARPER BONDSMAN Civic Building MIAMI CHANUKA GREETINGS MERRILL STEVENS DRY DOCK CO. 1270 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI PHONE 2-5151 OREETINQSI 117ALTERSON f f BODY WORKS, Inc. 1135 N. MIAMI AVENUE %  billed Craftsman Through tha Vaara" A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SIKES MOTOR SALES 1 831 Wait Flsgltr Street Phone 3-3557 MIAMI m HAPPY CHANUKA MOLNAR'S Shoe Repairing 8304 N. Miami Avanue PHONE 2Kt4



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DECEMBER 8. 1944 ^Jewistncririton PAGE TWENTY-ONE THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND (KEREN KAYEMETH LE ISRAEL) Its Origin. Principlee and Achievements By DR. M. A. LIPKIND origin: In 1897, at the first %  ci roncrcss, Prof. Herman tta of Heidelberg, offered a BflSThS In Basle in 1901 LW? Jewish National Fund 2 definitely launched upon Its %  J*fc ma kmg career. A national SSSSSwM elected to which. SSXrs. Prof. Richard CotEl of the U.S.A. was named B first president of the fund Z Johan Kremcnittky. He iniELj the methods and designs E collection of funds which are Sown and employed up tdl this fc as the traditional fund-raisgmethods of the J.N.F. B. Principles and policies: The SEASON'S HE8T WI8HK8 LD. HAYNES REAL ESTATE U11 N. W. 2nd Avmut aMM l PHONE 7 BEST W I S H E8 for a HAPPY CHANUKA SUTTON JEWELRY CO. Successors to "Whalers" THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5996 CHANUKA GREETINGS UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 3-2270 To Our Patrons and Friends A Most Happy Chanuka MINNA LEE YOUNG COLONY SHOP 503 LINCOLN ROAD Also Visit the BIG BROTHER SHOP WILSONS YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 557 LINCOLN ROAD SINCERE WISHES for a "APPY CHANUKA 'if S. H. KRESS &CO. S 1 0 25c STORE %  filler Street WlA *n. FLORIDA underlying principles and by Im. plication the policies which were adopted and adhered to are con* tamed in Professor &hauuV BPtf 1 the project. TtejJ" £ H National Fund s to be the land-purchasing agency of the Zionist organization; the land which it acquires is to be forever the common and inalienable property of the Jewish people, never to be sold; only to be leased; only so much land is to e j!: ase d t0 onc %  •ttler as he and his family can cultivate. This land policy protects the country from social economic ills resulting from private ownership of land. It eliminates the evil of speculation. When we remember the wave of speculation in land ^buh took place in Florida in 1926. when vast fortunes were lost, we can realize the soundness of this policy. Another aspect of national ownership of land is that if the value of land rises because of the general progress of the country, it adds to the wealth of the community and does not enrich the individual, who very often has contributed nothing to the increased value of the land. It is also desirable that the land redeemed by the Jewish people at great sacrifice, shall not pass into non-Jewish hands; it also serves as a safeguard against using cheap Arab labor instead of giving employment to the Jewish worker. This policy of the J.N.F. of granting land as hereditary leaseholds insures that every foot of soil is used to increase the Jewish population. The J.N.F. does not interfere in the affairs of the individual. He enjoys the same privileges of utilizing the soil that he would have, were it his own property. The lease is renewed every 49 years and he may bequeath it to his children. He has the right to sign over the lease to another person with the consent of the Jewish National Fund. The main condition insisted upon is that the land be cultivated; if after a certain period it is not cultivated. the lease is revoked and transferred to another. It is not fanciful to trace the idea of the J.N.F. principles back to the transmitted tradition of Jewish soil policy in ancient times. The Jewish law, thousands of years ago, stipulated that "the land shall not be sold in perpetuity" (Leviticus xxv 23). The J.N.F. land policy Is not only in harmony with the loftiest humanitarian teachings of modern times. but are dictated by practical considerations, national, economic and social. C. Activities and Achievements. A large scale and systematic land policy 0 f the JNF began after World War I when Sfi^SftT' .*** %  TttS uniud Mates, declared in favor Home rC fn"p K a J ewlsh MB tK Palestine, and awarded GriaFffif T r Palestine to Jewish tt A Kreat rush of ChahiY*i P ?P C r rs '. lhe heroi c from 1 m f ockod to Palestine from a 1 parts of ,he world. The tta faJSS ^ for ,hem W 'th i. increased income, definite it add"* 1 HfW' leadership: it addressed itself with great energy to the redemption and reclamation of the land. rnmni Sf J k n S first lar ee-scale acCOmpl, bhrr m lho purchase L v e n exu? nsive land tract in the Valley of Jezreel. It was opposed by some, but in the light of history, it proved to be the act of a great man of vision. In the last year of Ussishkin's presi. dency in 1941 the J.N.F. holdings in Palestine were close to 60U 000 dunams on strategically located land tracts in Palestine's four principle valleys, upon which 167 agricultural colonies have been established. And, to a tree-denuded country, a reforestation program planted a total of over three million trees, increasing the moisture and conserving the soil of the country. The report of the Jewish National Fund rendered at the last, 47th Annual Zionist convention states "despite the restrictions and prohibitions of the infamous white paper and the wartime monetary economic and political difficulties, substantial land areas were redeemed during each of the five war years, bringing the total of the national land possessions in excess of 700,000 i dunams. At a time when one I European Jewish center after an! other was being destroyed, the Jewish agricultural settlements in Palestine were being increased. Of the 38 new settlements. 36 were established on a J.N.F. land, and 23 of them on land redeemed during the war. The achievement of the J.N.F. I include benefits to Jew and Arab I Yishuv and Jewry of the world i alike; educational work for the I and great contributions to the i present war effort. The J.N.F. has added a golden chapter to i Jewish history and it well dej serves the support which the i Jewish people has bestowed upon it so lavishly. ,—i — Tel Aviv. Palestine—An average of approximately 1.000 of! ficers, nurses, WACs, and enlisted men per month have i toured the Holy Land on Amer! ican Red Cross conducted trips this past summer. Furlough I planes arrive regularly from Cairo at the Red Cross-operated Army Rest Camp at Tel-Litwinsky. —Buy War Bonds Today— To B'nui B'rith Members.. Gmym WRITE B CHECK ON THE BANK OF UFEp A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL I DR. WALTER K. FOLEY LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Specialized Carpet and Uph olstery CLEANING MOTH PROOFING DEODORIZING MILDEW "PROOFING Rua Processed On Floor Dry In 3 Hours -No Shnnk.g. An Exclusive Process Not Shampooing ATR SERVICE CO. 66 N. E. 50th Terrace Phone 78-1961 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Franks Service Station & Atlantic Express 302 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-4929 SINCERE GREETINGS for a HAPPY CHANUKA IEIIMIIP 764 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 121* WisWnjJon An.. Mimi Uch 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE A. m 1944 CAiftLUC AMBUUNCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT CALL 5-5319 AND RUDY ADLER will make arrangements for your appointment Embassy Restaurant 1357 Collins Avenue wa HUNGARIAN-JEWISH CUISINE All Pastry Baked on Premises Dinner From 5 P. M. Tel,. 5-6114 I wEvery Weekday Night! POST 8 P.M. 1 0 RACES The Best In Dog Racing at Florida's No. 1 Greyhound Racing Center (No Minors Admitted) DAILY DOUBLE. 1st AND 3rd 9PLAGLER KENNEL CLUB WEST FLAGLER AT 37TH AVE. For p.tron. desiring to uiebui t 7 n "P ort t '" n e ?"^* nl ?w* ..rvlc l, offered over th. Rod Adsmi Bus from the Profession.? Bldg. st.tion. 218 N E .2nd A.„ vi. It. N. W. 7th 8t. rout, to th. Army Air Base.



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PAGE TWENTY-TWO Je*tstiflor*0bn TODAY, DECEMBER 8, I BEACH "V RIPPLES A Column of Activities of the Beach "Y" Spotlite Starts Membership Drive For any one interested in newspaper work, the Spotlite has hung its shingle of WELCOME on its front door. If you have the urge to write; if you picture yourself as a potential reporter; if you would like to learn the ins and outs of setting up a newspaper, then Wednesday night at 8 p. m. is the nite and time to remember. Buy a Stamp Idea Goes Over with a Bang The Amason Club ran a very successful Snack Bar last Sunday. The idea, "Buy a Defense Stamp-Get'a Snack" was quite a popular one. Despite the ver y A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA PHONE 3-3658 A. F. GIVEN PUSLIC ACCOUNTANT 1430 Congrm Bldfl MIAMI, FLORIDA SINCERE CHANUKA CREETINQS W. A. GLASS MIAMI. FLORIDA HARTLEY'S AUTO TOP SHOP 1S2 N. E. 13th Street WISHES ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA ItKHT WISHES TO OUR MANY JBWtSH FRIENDS AND PATRONS HOME DRUG STORE 1401 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 3-1774 SEASON'S BEST WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 87 N. E. 36th STREET PHONE 7-6693 1 OREETINQ8 from BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 6-2040 CHANUKA GREETINGS PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 FLORIDA poor weather, the stamp sales zoomed up and all the snacks were consumed. There will be a repeat performance this Sunday. Bonds Today—The AZA of the "Y" has started its War Bond Drive with one Aleph already selling a $1,000 worth of bonds. Buy a Bond through AZA—call Melvin Frumbes for quick service 5-3572. Biltmore Hospital Is Visited by Cub Pack The Cub Packs had a very fine rally last Thursday. Parents as well as Cubs were exchanging questions for answers and receiving defense stamps for the right answers. The Cubs craft ability is certainly going for a good cause They have made about 60 ash trays which will be given to the soldiers at the Biltmore Hospital when the cubs drop in to see them this week or next. The ash trays are all good examples of ingenuity. All kinds of material* have been used including clay, coconut shells, sardine cans and seashells. The Cubs are still collecting scrap paper. Call the "Y" if you want some picked up. 5-5319. The Little Theatre Group A hilarious comedy in one act "Who Gets the Car Tonight" by Chris Seigel. will be presented by the Little Theatre Group of the "Y" under the direction of Pfc. David Suhor. SEASON'S OREETINOS EQETABLE8 ITAMIN8 ICTORY Klefeker Produce Co. 1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. S-8795 SEASON'S OREETINOS ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. S. River Drive Phone 9-1155 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait SAFETY AND PLATE GLASS Glass Parti 1849 N. W. 20th St Ph. 2-7730 CHANl'KA OREETINOS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST COMOBHM Hi'lLDiNO STREET FIXX>R PHONE 2-5254 CHANUKA OREETINOS To Our Many Jewish Patront and Fnend DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. 7TH AVENUE PHONE 2-9701 How about letting your hair down and attending the Little Theatre Group, which meets on Mondays at 8 p. m. They will | soon start casting a three actor | to be directed by Penny Kasper. who did such a swell job last season with "Night of January 16." Big Chanukah Party Are you between the ages or 8 and 14—well, don't miss the big Chanukah party and Young Judaea rally this Sunday, at 2 p. m. There will be singing, a play, dancing the horah and eating hot latkis. Come around and bring a friend. Handle That Camera Like a Professional Seymour Brenner, temporary chairman of the Senior "Y." delivered a very interesting talk on the elementary steps in taking and developing pictures at the last meeting of the Photography Club. The camera club is growing—register before the club closes its doors. They meet Monday, at 8 p. m. Athletic Flashes The YM & WHA Paddlers wracked up their fourth Table Tennis victory for this season. Monday nite. when they beat Section B of the Army Air Forces, 4 to 2. That makes it nine in a row over a period of two seasons. Bill Freeman. Conrad Kahn and Jerry Shechter are our winning combination. Coach Gus Jacobson reports his "Y" cagers are coming along swell on the basketball court At the last practice. Jacobson stressed the importance of defense and passing in basketball. There is room for you on the team—come around Sundays, at 10:30 a. m. Party for Servicemen Club Spartan ran a verv successful party for servicemen Wednesday. Fifteen servicemen were present as guests and when they left they wanted to know when the next party would take place. They must have had a good time, eh? Dancing The "Y" is a Busy Bee Hive. TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA DR. W. R MURRELL SEASON'S OREETINGS DR. T. L. LOWRIE 828 N. W. Third Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Beat Wuhei to Our Many Jawlah Fnendi and Patrona MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-7*68 Tha Beat Chop Suey in Town Chicken Chow Mein ORIENTAL GARDEN 272 WEST FLAOLER STREET Opan All Summer SEASONS' OREETINOS GENERAL SHEET METAL 1943 N. W. lit COURT PHONE 9-1437 1! CHANUKA GREETINGS GEO.LAVIGNE ELECTRIC 178 N. E. 20TH STREET PHONE 1.17M SEASON'S GREETINGS OEOROIA CII.I'KI'I'KR MADAM.NK CULPBPPBR Tivoli Beauty Salon, Inc. "For the Lady Who Caret" Open Evaninga by Appointment 744 W. Flasler St.. Miami. Fla. PHONE 3-2581 CHANUKA OREETINGS THE CHATEAU ITALIAN.AMERICAN CUISINE 1111 Oada Boulevard MIAM BEACH. FLA. SEASONS GREETING Miller's Restaurant and Bar "SERVING THE BEST FOR LESS" 5ID1 N. W. 22nd Ave. PHONE 7-6289 yet we always have time and room for adding a new activity. Nino De Pena and his partner, Evelyn, from the Leonard Greene Studio, will give free instruction to members of the "Y !" in Rhumba. Samba, Tango and all forms of ballroom dancing. The class meets every Wednesday, at 7:30 p. m. Membership Drive Sunday, December 17. the membership drive will be on Its way. Our goal is 1500 members and is very easily attainable if we remember the slogan, "Every member get a member." We need workers. Call the "Y"—6-5319— and tell us you'll help. 6th War Loan It doesn't matter which organization gets the credit, just as long as you buy Bonds. It's that extra Bond that counts. Support the 6th-War Loan. A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. A HAPPY CHANUKA THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue PHONE 2-9318 Dining Room. Counter and Curb Service FULL COURSE DINNER •LUC PLATS A HAPPT CHANUKA TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS MILLER ELECTRIC COMPaANY A. W. MILLER 1101 Woat FUoler Street Phono 81H77 SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS MIAMI PHOTO & SPORTS SUPPLIES 1337 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 3-4933 CHANUKA GREETINGS NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 7-9591 BEST WI8HE8 TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS ERNEST S. PHILPITT AND SON MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 38 N. Miami Avo. Ph. 2-5U1 TO ALA. SEASON'S BEST WISHES DADE COUNTY GROWERS MARKET 1260 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 3-2404 Frad Abrama Herbert Abramo TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA WINDOW CLEaANING SERVICE, INC. Cleaning Specialiata Chlmnay'a Fioore—Wlndowa 168, Michigan Avo. PHONE 8-5907 TCVJEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend CHANUKA GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. INC. 320 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 49-1791 BEST WISHES To OCR *,.„, JEWISH FWENDS A^ PATRONS Miami Conservatory W N. B.y.h^. or.. Ph A MOST HAPPV CHANUKA MAURICE'S RESTAURANT 110 N. K. FIRST AVENUE MIAMI. P LA CHANUKA QREET.NO, from G. D MARPLE ELECTRIC 233 Halcyon Arcade PHONE 2.8487 OREETINOS SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 1 S. E. Flrat Ave. Phono 1-Mej THUSSES BELTS ELASTIC STOCKINGS SEA80K-S GREETINGS 1 SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO. U N. E. Firet Street PHONES 2.8481-3.4081 1482 Waah. Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-08*4 DIAMONDS JEWELRY LUOGAGE NOVELTIES PROVIDENT IEWELBYI & LUGGAGE CO. 3 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-3288 A HAPPY CHANUKA WABD WANTS i — c-u AT V ICE'S BAR & RESTAURANT SS N. E. 2nd Ave, Phone 3-J881 | V ICE'S IR. LIQUORS 1048 N. E. 1at Ave. Phone 9-1506 I BEST GREETINGS FOB THE SEASON ALABAMA POULTRY MARKET 1650 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 9-2315 BEST WISHES TO Ol'B ***] JEWISH FRIBNDS AND PATRONS ROME MATTRESS COMPANY N. MIAMI AViNU* PHONE S KB



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DECEMBER 8. 1944 J^jstifhrMton B'NAI BRITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG i have been asked by our President if I would relinquish Se use of this column for the ""L ose of his annual message CSTchapter. It is with pleas" ,hat I therefore present to lj President Milton A. Friedpan's f" i; 'l report on his administration: •A year has gone by — more npidlv than I realized. It has been my very great pleasure god honor to have been able to rve as President of Sholem lodge duimu the year 1944. The lodge has grown in stature in die community, and has prospered financially, in increase of membership, in activity and rope My sincere thanks are extended to the officers who UK,i tV18HBi TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 435 N W 24th Street Phone 3-3689 TEXACO CARSON'S MOTOR INN AUTO REPAIRS 843 N. E. 2nd Artnu. Phone 2-35M 'cooperated so welL the Auvlli for yean statements have b£n f !" y t knowledge this is t£ Sfti T' ,' n lhe his tory of Sholem Lodge that we have ac tually 1000 and more paid up members. The poidbilffis of achievement through slK h strength are unlimited. "We have several othe, firsts to be proud of this yea.. The Lodge has taken a greater interest in its Junior B'nai B'nth groups. Two of the chapters won for the first time all of the !" !" J n ftlf, St;,, Siema R K ft Ml11 ^ A. Friedman Tx, Chap ^F ln Stat e award and Miami No 322 won all convention competitive honors at! the btate Convention in Jack sonville on Labor Day. "Sholem Lodge showed the diversity of its activity by a positive Jewish program. Two -MANUKA '.MEETINGS DANCHAPPEL TO ALL SEASONS BEST WISHES Mallard's Market 676 N. W. 79TH STREET PHONE 7-2892 Ve the students a Passover Ant. Defamation League "&gi KiJ& n ;"" under excellent Sance is do, n g munificent work. projects this year a Ministers Institute pre! over by Dr. Abram Sa*ar which is being copied by other communities throughout g country .In connection with ADI. the Lodge can pride itself! mi year on another first. The' National Office wrote: "This is' the first time, Mr. Friedman. that wo have received such exi c 011 1 ;"* cooperation from Miami. The Lodge, upon the request of ADL purchased manv such as Under Cover. Sc> hat 1 Mean, etc., for distribu! tion by ADL. "The Lodge and your Prest9 i.i were honored this year by the Port Lauderdale B'nai B nth Lodge, and the West h*alm Beach Lodge It was my honor to have been Invited to reorganize the Fort Lauderdale Lodge at one meeting, to install its officers at another meeting, and finally to dedicate itt new club rooms. Many of our Lodge members were in attendance at these affairs. Most recently your President was honored with an invitation to address the West Palm Beach Lodge, together with Robert Lurie. National B'nai B'rith War Service Director. "The Lodge received special commendation this year for pre senting to the Florida Stat< Guard a flag of the United States to be used at the local armory "Some of the outstanding meetings of the year were: The DePAGE TWENTY-THREE grce given new members of the Lodge in honor of the 25th ansta V llS f the ,. L dKe. the installation of officers with Di nHt m ? achar as Kuest speaker, and the November meeting which N a f addr S* by Robert Luri" National War Service Director. Another first for the Lodg* h>rt S hi he '""o^t'on of sending bnthday cards to members. tine t ev u r ', of a ," of the aclivi ll. J % ol cm LodKe tne one I we should feel most proud of is our War Service Program Magazines and books have been supplied to the Nautilus Hospital Ji a 7 and other military establishments. More than 125 girts were sent to members in 5* !" ce. On behalf of the Lodge i have been corresponding with our servicemen at the rate of 130 letters per month. "The largest project tnis year ior the Lodge, in cooperation with the Auxiliary IS the outfitting of the recreation and day room at the Nautilus Hospital, at a cost of approximately $2500.00. The funds have already been raised, plans completed and furniture ordered. "There are two more projects undertaken by the Lodge this year which are also firsts, and which we should take great pride in. First, the Lodge has participated in three War Bond Drives thi. year, and has been intrumental in the sale of eight million dollars worth of bonds, and have purchased and named thre. bombers and two ships. For our outstanding efforts during these drives the Treasury Department gave the Lodge a Certificate of Merit. I understand that only one other organization in Dade County received such a award. The other major achievement is our donation of blood. I am informed by the Dade County Blood Bank that Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith has secured the donation of more blood than any other organization in Dade County. I believe this is perhaps the outstanding achievement of the year. The committee heads were Abe Aronovitz in Miami, and Rudy Adler in Miami Beach. "In conclusion I again extend my thanks to the Lodge for the opportunity of serving as its President during this year, and I offer my very best wishes for continued success to the new administration. SEASONS GREETINGS SCHAFF PRESERVING CO. Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 GREETINGS COMMERCIAL STANDARD INSURANCE CO. OF FT. WORTH "RE-WIND A CASUALTY E.C. THRALL FLA. GEM. AOT. *' Ponce de Leon Boulevard Coral Gables. Florid* RIGGLE'S GARAGE "COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS" Wheel Balancing—Welding 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 367 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 7-9302 THE TICK TOCK INN 2111 N. E. 2nd Avenue WISHES ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA "TABLE-TESTED" POULTRY and EGGS Strictly Freeh Eggs Freeh Killed Poultry W. P. CORBITT POULTRY & EGG CO. 1335 N. W. 7th ATnut PHOHEMOSt GREETINGS AUNT SALLY'S KITCHEN 216 N. E. 79th Street MIAMI PHONE 7-4292 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL TRIANGLE FRUIT COMPANY 1200 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 3-0090 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ANP PATRONS WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. 32nd Ave. Ph 72411 SEASONS GREETINGS from E. STRECKER TRUCK BODY BUILDER 724 N. W. 21tt Street A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL TINY TAVERN Phone 2-954S 78 N. E. 20th Street MIAMI HEST W I.SUES T<> OUH MA NT JEWISH FRIENDS AMD PATRONS HI BISCAYNE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING DE LUXE SERVICE M1.2SJ Hth St.. M.em. Beech PHONE l-SM GEORGE LANGER THE sinus ENGER & MULCAHY Tailors 11 N. E. 2nd Avenue WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Best Wishes To Our Many Friends for a HAPPY CHANUKA INVESTORS SYNDICATE Congress Building PHONE 2-2661 RANGES RADIOS WASHING MACHINES K-W APPLIANCE SERVICE PHONE 4-9822 Authorized Wcitinghouee Range Service •40 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Not Incorporated 1100 West FUgler Street Phones: 2-3811—2-3133 Extends to All His Jewish Friends end Patrons SEASON'S GREETINGS SEASON'S GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 212 Alhambra Circle PHONE 4-2536 CORAL GABLES MAPPV CHANUKA TO OUR MANV JEWISH FRIENDS S. H. KRESS & CO. : 10-2SC STORE 1801 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA GREETINGS C. H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105 108 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-SS40



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I PAGE TWENTY-FOUR vJewlsti Fhrkflan Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation Leaque Some of you may have noticed the fine, pro-Democratic cartoons which are printed from time to time in the Miami Beach SunTropics. Sponsored by "Appreciate America," these cartoons are printtd in 1,856 publications having a circulation in excess of 26 million. Incidentally, a word of praise is due John Montgomery, the publisher of the SunTropics. An outstanding citizen, Montgomery has consistently fought in the columns of his paper the hate mongers and the breeders of disunity. His newstaper is a bulwark of Democracy. Both the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and the American Federation of Labor unanimously adopted strong resolutions against anti-Semitism at their recent National Conventions. The CIO is implementing their resolution with a thorough educational program which eYUl reach their six million members and their families. Says the CIO resolution in part: "The Congress of Industrial Organizations, from the first day of its birth, never had any room in its midst for' race hatred. r>ligious bigotry and anti-Semitism. "American labor knows well that anti-Semitism and race hatred have ever been the foes of organized labor. Scratch a .Tew baiter and you find a laborbaiter. List the names of the financial backers and promoters of the organized anti-Semtic movement and you have the names of the most outspoken enemies of the American labor movement, i "Anti-Semitism seeks to undermine the very foundations of the trade union movement. It seeks ask lor KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO II You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision C-O., Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 to set worker against worker, it seeks to uphold discrimination against workers because of their religion or race and it seeks to keep labor divided. This alone is sufficient to make the CIO the undying enemy of anti-Semitism and racism in any form. "But the anti-Semitic menace is much greater than that. AntiSemitism threatens the unity and democracy of the entire American nation and the freedom of all peoples. It violates the American democratic tradition and endangers the great unity of Americans of all classes which is so necessary for the winning of the ; war and the winning of a lasting, just peace, to which the CIO is dedicated with heart and soul. "The horrible years of the Hitler terror have taught decent men and women the world over that anti-Semitism is one of the foulest instruments ever devised to enslave and crush nations. This lesson was learned the hard way. through oceans of blood and the dimming of the light of freedom in many parts of the world. I We shall never forget that anti-' Semitism was one of the key, props of the International Nazi conspiracy to conquer freedom | everywhere The death camps at Midenek and Trembhr.ka—the organized systematic extermination of five, million Jews—axe eternal reminders of the monstrous crime against humanity that antiSemitism is You can't qur now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! HAT HEN HERE LEGAL NOTICES RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM ISM N. W. 7th St. Pit. 1.7101 Brit car* for chronic elok, conva' %  acenl and elderly worn SANEL BEER. M. D.. Director Reasonable PNcea %  ^I'ti ••autifut Qreundi^B BALLANTINE'S ALE %> America I Fintst Since 1840 DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. Friday. Dec. 8: An;, i i. .in Jewish Congress, Wom•n'a Division. Friday K.vi.w. 1:30 p. m.. Planning CommlttM >f the Army-Navy Committee. Federation Office. 1:30 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 10: lie'h Jacob Chnnukah program sponsored by UM Sleterhood. Ml* uml Batch High School auditorium, t-vrnlim; Hi-th Sholcm Sisterhood Cube Night, refreshments for memban and friends; Bath David ContiaHllllll. annual dinner and election of officers, 6 p. m. at lleth David. Monday. Dec. 11: 11. % %  i.i-• % %  ;-.> i regular meeting, 2 p. m.; Qreater Miami Jewish Federation Budget Committee meeting. p. in.; Pioneer Women. Miami chapter. Chnnukah Concert, Miami Beach Senior nigh, x p. m Sunday School Teachers Seminar conducted by the HUM an of Jewlxh Kducntloll. Temple Israel. X p. m.; Cardiac Home. S p. m. Tueaday. Dec. 12: Miami Beach Service league. Beach, 2 P m.; II mil B'rlth Sholem 1 %  I K • and l.-iilies Aux. and Young Women of Sholem I. 2. f l / r 6 APPllCan, NOTICE IS HERESY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of TAMIAMI REFRIGERATOR SUPPLY at 1S90 S. W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dnde Countv. Florida. MARK (1 KAPLANMAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 12/8-15-22-29 FURRIER GLAZING • SPECIALISTS • PLATINA LABRADOR • MINK SILVER FOX JACKETS — COLLARS REPAIRS—REMODELING STORAGE JOHNSTETT 107 N. E. lit Are. Ph. 2-7723 Roomi 222 226 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of ROXY OKILLK at l07 8. W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register the snld name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. JACK KAUFMAN ARE ROSENTHAL MYERS & H El MAN. Attorneys for Applicants l2'S-ir.-22-29 1/5 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagt in business under the fictitious name of TICONA MERCANTILE CO at 343 8. W. N. River Drive. Miami Florida. Intend to register the said namo with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ANN NADLER HARRY TIHCHLF.lt SEYMOUR PROTZKL HERB H. COHEN SILVER, KAPLAN A DIETZ. Attorneys for Applicants 12/1-8-15-22-29 Dr. Louia G. Lytton newly elected president of the Miami Beach Zionist District NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THEMARIIOR APARTMENTS. 121 N \V. 3rd AVenue, Miami. Fla.. Intend to register the said name with Hie ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida DANIEL ZAVARSKY ABRAM WASSERMAN DIANA COOPERSafTTH wn *' r .„ A ,".V r, J." v f r Applicants 12/S-K.-22-29 1/;. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tinfictitious name of THE SEA SIDE." 7118 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends 10 register the said name with the l.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida OoLDlH K. BI.ACK 7118 Collins Avenue Mlnml Beach. Florida MoltKis HERICK Attorney for Ooldle F Black M6 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida I2/8-IS-2J-W l/r. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the underaigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WHITE ROSE IJVE Pol'I.TRY KOSHER MARKET, Miami. Florida. Intenda to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court uf Dads County, Florida. SAM ELOISON. BBRNHARD KAS9 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the underaigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictltloua name of BKNRUS MARKET at 11C6 B W. 27th Ave., Miami, Florida. Intend to register the said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade t'oontf. Florida. BENJAMIN BOSK1N. RUSSELL BULLMAN. ROBERT BHAEFFKR MAX R SILVER. Attorney for Applicants 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 J. W. V. COMMANDER HONORS WAR DEAD CIRCUIT COURT 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. .SuN^A KANTERS, Plnlntlff JOSi'A KANTERS, 1 >ef. ndant ORDER OF PUBLICATION You, Josun K.-inters, are hereby required to file your appearmnce In above divot,-,, action n or before December M, 1944 or decree pro COtlreaao will be entered I ttted Novemb, i 22 II11 E. B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk By WM w STOCKJNO D c I' ir.ult Court Seal! 11 21 12 1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 1 HAI'TER 17467 ACTS OF IM FILL A %  >•;:•:; NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that .a/M^TELLRR. holder of stat. •,'':'' u,l ,'v Tax Certirioatea No. ii67l. I,,, •'"',' 14S "'. Issued lb.3rd day of June AD lt.40. has filed same in my orru lir ,d has male application for • ta* deed to be laaoad thereon, Bald ifientes embrace the following der".''. w l r, 'i"; u In the County of Dade, state of Florida, t. wit; ILot IJ, Hl.sk 1.1. Miami c,„t,.way Amended, .. Bub., llai H,s.k 2s. iMg.. H, ii the ounty of Dole. State 61 \ ".;--"' Jl l "'' r!l '" Certificate a 116.B. The asM-asiliellt of NOTICE IS HKREHY OIVBN that the undersigned, deeirlng to engage in buslneos under the fictitious name of EMPIRE PROVISION CO at 311 Northwest Seo.nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ISAIK>RE KOSTINER JOSEPH BLOCK MAX R SILVER Attorney for Applicants 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RODEO RESTAURANT ANI> AR at 1488 Coral Way, Miami. Florida. Intenda •'> register the spld name, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida. JACK BERNARD. MYERS A HKIMAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 11/10-17-24 12/1-K NOTICE IS HKRKIir OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictltloua name of CAROL NOVELTY CO., at 1 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach, I-lorid*. intend to regiater the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f I'ana County, Fioii.i., BENJAMIN REDAN HENRIETTA H'lNIO i lv> LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicanta 11/10-17-21 II 1 I snld name said Certificate of A A Arrl.ie H. Greenberg. National Commander of ll.r j ew i.l. \\..r \eterana, places wreath on tomb of Unknown Soldier in iltS Wor?,, winS" ^ ^ ha,f ,^2^000 jewigh velerar.. now 7„ Irvte "" m re ,a "^ ^^ **** mCD property under the %  in ths I \\ llleill 1 i,l"!,'l B a?S Ii MI -"' O'lteway Amende,!, a Ub., Plat |i,w>k 2M. Page • In th. I o UI ,t> of Da.le. State of v'. I -:'" '""• %  ••c...| |„ Certificate nnU*t I '"""""nient of said '',">„ ""* 1 .r '''•• aald .ettlflcate l t was In the name „f A A \ m'.",! i't '"'.""l 1 ;o M,, ml Onteway Amended, a8Ub, Plat Book 21. Page Florid,. '"" """.'>' ,,;, -• *<'" '•' HS wkw* jwnbrtusad in Certificate ;,r.„^.;. T h "SHeHsmellt of said ri.'"" r ,w""' 1 '' '-rllficate l",.rv. *,",'" ,h nnm "< KS* W. .u'^h 1 "' Hal 1 ir-rtlficatA,, h n b rr deemed according U> l,w, the propE' a;^^'£2! lwV'"" 1 !h '" 2 of November. %  VB. LKATHKRMAN. J lik circuit Court. (Circuit Court*Se.lV Unly ^^^ NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, now doing %  •'"*•••< under the flctltloue luimol BESS APARTMENTS at HI Weal w, Miami Beach, Florida, to register the amid name !" clerk of th.Circuit Court %  > Countv. Florida. ... ISA I MIRE TEN1UIK M. SAM TENPIUCH. EDYTHE TENDRICH, HELEN TENDRICH 11,10-17 21 12/1-8 Notice is hereby given th.t the m dereigned, desirliig to engage '"""*, ness under the flcltlou; "'"". MIAMI MEN'S WEAR CO. "t &; US N E 1st Str.-^t. Miami inten d to register said name In the <''"'•', "'.,' clerk oi the Circuit court "' I, a Count>. Florida MH OEORC.K O. API.1--'MILTON AI'IKK MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant11/24 lS/1-l-le-a NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN^ the un-lerslgmvl. M^.SL/gSS In business under the '''' '. ,, S30 of MELANTE OIFT BHOT ;,> V h Washington Avenue. M '"'",|,.' M |,l Morida. Intends to register th. iiurne with the Clork "' th, 1 Court of Dole 'WJ^Vs 12/1-8-15-22-29 NOTICE IS HERF.HT OlVrttj| the undersignesl. desiring t. <£, In business under the tietUM> jn of ANSONIA APARTMENTS at 21st St.. Miami Beach. Florida inte^ Brj)nraMtt H. County, rk*-^. TBNDWCII" BESSIE TK.M'ltK 11/16-17 24 lf'1-8


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 8, 1944

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

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

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Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 8, 1944

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
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

Notes

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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NUMBER 49
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
1IIIS1 HEHK
THRU 10
H, Seventh Annual Cpnfer-
J; of the Southeastern Zionist
Son will meet this year in
55-Orleans over the week-end
of Dec. 8 through 10.
Delegates from Tennessee.
qX South Carolina. Mis-
Si. Florida. Alabama and
Sana will Rather to imple-
ment in this area the plans and
3es adopted by the national
MA convention in Atlantic
City They will be joined by
Saul S. Spiro. Executive Seerc-
Ury of the ZOA.
Rabbis Samuel Lerer of Mont
Qhanuhi
December 11-18, 1944
SCHOOL CHILDREN TO
ATTEND CELEBRATION
Eight hundred children of the
Hebrew Schools and Sunday
Schools ire expected to attend
the Chanukkah Celebration at
the Cameo Theater. Sunday. De-
cember 10. The affair is beinjj
sponsored by the Beth David,
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, and Temple Israel!
congregations, and the Bureau of j
Jewish Education.
An
REPARATIONS IRE
DEFEATED AXIS
Atlantic City (JTA)A demand
.. ------------ that the United Nations arrange
interesting program has! for the payment of reparations
emery and J. L. Holzman of | ^en arranged, and refreshments' by the defeated Axis countries to
Pensacola will be guest speak- wjh be Berved. A special feature I the Jews as a people, in addi-
as in New Orleans congrega-i w,n be the awarding of ten non to the indemnities which
lions at Sabbath services on-"Fri: | books, in honor of Jewish Book \ are to be paid to individual Jews.
day evening. Dec. 8. and Rabbi I Month. I and that these reparations be
Sylvan Sehwartanan of Au- Tickets are available at the ; turned over to a central Jewish
guts will address the Oneg conKrcRali0ns. and at the Bureau body to br spent .for the dc-
Sabbath on Saturday afternoon,, f | \ h Educatl0n. velopmcnt of a Jewish Palestine.
tu o was voted at the six-day war
Emergency Conference, which |
met here under the auspices of
the World Jewish Congress
The Conference also adopted a |
| resolution appealing for the co-
ordination of the leading bodies
concerned with Jewish post-war
relief and rehabilitation. The re-
solution calls upon the World
: Jewish Congress "to make a
maximum effort in order to se-
cure this coordination as quickly
as possible." It emphasizes that.
RESOLUTION WILL BE
PRESENTED TO HOUSE
Washington (WNS)The Pales-
tine Resolution, which received!
the approval of the House For-
eign Affairs Committee last week,
is scheduled to be considered on
the floor of the House this Fri-
day.
At the same time the House
Foreign Affairs Committee re-
leased a report on the resolution,
summarizing the history of the
measure.
Referring to the considerations
which prompted postponement of
earlier action on the resolution,
the report said:
, "Although the military situa-
tion has greatly improved since
the introduction of the Palestine
resolutions last January 1944. the
need for a Jewish homeland to
rehabilitate and to restore to
freedom and dignity those who
have escaped Nazi tyranny and
brutality has become even great-
er. These resolutions were widely
regarded as a logical reaffirma-
tion of the historic policy of the
Congress, which, on June 30.
1922, unanimously resoulved that
the United States of America
favors the establishment in Pales-
tine of a National Home for the
Jewish people."
Dec, 9.
Sessions will be held at the
Jung Hotel throughout Satur-
day evening and Sunday. Dec
10. These will be devoted to a
nriety of subjects. Youth. Edu-
cation, Public Relations, Mem-
bership, Fund Raising and Pro-
pamming. Miss Daphne Robert
of Atlanta will be guest speaker
it a luncheon on Sunday at
noon and will discuss "America
and Palestine." Miss Robert is
member of the Executive
Board of the American Pales-
tine Committee.
In the afternoon. Christian
leaders of New Orleans will be
1 SELECTS
THE COMING YEAR
Nominations of officers took
-; "the tremendous task involved : ,ace at a Well-attended meeting
1 and the complexity of the prob- j { the Miami YM & YWHA last
in u.e aiiernoon. wnrisiian ual session nere on lem of Jewish post-war.relief and wediieaday. The report of the
leaders of New Orleans will be ^ "ncmor 3. at the Wil- rehabilitation require the full CO- nominatina committee with re-
tendered ., tea. at which Miss ; f.^F&nnHotel andwas attend- operation of all forces In^ewWi ^ tolWW^mg
IWrt ,.( r; r*\ H.rmm m" .l ,; i nil) noNniM. life" It a so appealed to affih- arionted .and, by virtue of no op-
Pittsburgh (WNS)-The Amor
ican Jewish Conference opened
its second annual session here on
WELFARE FUNDS
BODIES III MEET
The Executive Committee of
the Southeastern Region. Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, will meet in At-
lanta on December 9-10, at the
Piedmont Hotel.
Preceding the Executive Com-
mittee meeting, which will be-
gin its sessions on Saturday eve-
ning and continue through Sun-
day, there will be two small
group meetings: a get-together of
the professional executives in
the region on Friday and a meet-
ing of the regional Community
Relations Committee, on Satur-
day afternoon.
The Executive Committee is
composed of regional officers,
committee chairmen and repre-
sentatives named by all South-
eastern member agencies of the
Council. Officers are:
President, Stanley C. Myers,
Miami; first vice-president. Isaac
S. Heller, New Orleans; second
vice-president, Lee B. Weil.
Birmingham. Committee chair-
men: Finance. Mortimer May.
Nashville; intercity planning.
Donald Oberdorfer, Atlanta;
l community relations. Lee B.
Weil Birmingham; budgeting
problems and procedures. George
Chertkof, Miami; child and old
age care. Rabbi Emil Leipziger.
New Orleans; community repre-
sentatives: Lee B. Weil, Meyer
N. Kronenberg.
Delegates to the conference ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration are Stanley C. Myers;
George Chertkof; Isaac Levin and
Joseph Rose.
Among the items on the agenda
Robert and Dr. Carl Herman
Voss will have a special message
lor those in attendance.
The closing session of the
conference will feature an ad-
dress by Dr. Felix A. Levy.
Rabbi of Congregation Emanuel.
Chicago. Ill, and chairman of
jne Committee on Unity for
Palestine Dr. Levy is a distin-
guished n holar and former
president 0f the Central Con-
ference ol American Rabbis.
Jie of the earliest supporters of
the Zionist cause in the reform
rabbinate Dr. Levy has ac-
"Wired a national reputation as
' Anak" force and brilliance.
A" conference arrangements
e in tin hands of Dr. Sydney
Jacobs of New Orleans.
Delegates from Miami Beach
ge Shepard Broad. Alex Van
waaten and Dr Louis G. Lyt-
ton
ALTERATIONS IN TEXT
OF RESOLUTION O. K.'d
Philadelphia (JTA) The al-
?"">* in the text of the Pales-
f* Resolution made bv the
nouse Foreign Affairs Committee
ro a approved the bill last
inVr V" hailed here bv Less-
m J. Rosenwald, president of
~* Americ in Council for Juda-
" I he riiiiini^tee struck out the
*rd 'Jewish
wmocratic
hami Penn Hotel and aUana- p,^ --jgg; gra o <^SUST* op- to~br%onIidered are capita,
ed bX. more than Ef^pcrwns. We. ^ ^ congress to, JJP on wi ,ead the organiza- funds, budgeting procedure: corn-
including W,gy!p. "u ate action to secure for it i p lor'lhe coming year. George munity organizations, utilization
scntimj national me nbtrsl.> or U'ini!s necessary for work "m go" choscn president, community personnel, and
ations andIjgtahffffHH ffi /gg of activity which look g? having served the.organiza- civic protection work.
sTphen VS W,se JewishrgWrjL ^^ fflj^S ^bS^yg At a tea held November 30 at
rt the Conference v,.ted to proclaim 9T?iS Singer as first vice ; thc town -y- representatives of
i session the eon- tlu U.mre ,d.wide cam-: J^,s^ent win assume the chair-, the Service-a-Hospita commit-
lately Proceeded t a JWWJWJ^ rehabilitation ^hip of the board. Leon Lieb- tee wcre shown a display of gifts
,estion whether it paigl in. '00(M)00 is to be raised ^n was elected secretary and ; made by the women of Grea er
,ts wc.rk and be-^ u ^ J" Goldberg chosen as; Miami for chanukah presenta-
_.. nraani7ation. in the i"111"'?. .. .. ..i..-h Vjto,KC :._ (i, ,.,,,,!%,.., returnees at
lecossary iu wii ; chertkot was crius ?""--. .......__. .
gan.zauoos a,.u -.^.- "-;;;--Te f ucUvlly whlch i00k fter havinR scrvcd the organiza- civic protection work.
BATff BSA Wise ,<^wis,i rebn^ ^^^srinSn'Sff^lSyS?-! At a tea held Novemb<
presided. __-'* ** nrnriaim *^ *i% t--...,i, .- first vie
At its second
ference immediately pmcccueu f d rehabilitation,, manship of the board. Leon uma- lec WCre shown a aisp.ay ''*
discuss the question whether it P^R" V^VoOO.000 is to be raised ^n ^as elected secretary and ; made by the women of Grea er
JhoiSd expand its Wjygjftjta United States. George Goldberg chosen as; ;
STSllttiV? It Should solely re-
tain its present three-point pro
eram of rescue, postwar- re
Gfflitation of Jews and tje im-
plementation of Jewish rights in
Palestine. .
Henry Monsky. president oi
the Bnnai BTith and co-chairman
I the conference's Interim cum-
from the phrase
Jewish Common-
md deleted another
mrase uru,n;, ,he United Statcs
rnmeni to take appropriate
to secure establish-
i ui non wealth
mth,"
measures'
"lent of i
"Vn1" S10000000 toto be Placed g?^r wm^m K o the wounded returnees at
, ,he disSl of the eoordinat- ^^contest for directors1 seats Finncy General Hospital Thornas-
at, ,n mme of the three major ^^ piaCe at the annual ville, Ga. Highlight of. the after-
Rh oSanizations Jewish $&*^January. Candidates, was the reading of a
-I,,- I ,int Distribution Com-, ) th offices are: thank-vou letter from an avia
A";;-, Work Jewish Con-, folThth4 yearS term: Leo Acker- tlon cadct who while at the.hot-
miU V, such a committee is m.fn s B Miller, Larry Gross-1 ita, received a pair of hand-
' ~ I Should the JDC reject "'" Dr Samuel Bcckman and Crocheted woolen slippers. Mrs.
","nU"- ,n^-for the formation ^onUA- Inedman. Sidney Stepkin. chairman ex-
""' VW I ...nmittee the funds M,'t'1 ^ear: Jerome Freehling.. rcsscd her appreciation of the
of a central commmee.^ Wnr}A _C I .y^j^^,. Miriam sag- ; spirit shown bv the women in
v Kap- becoming contributors members.
;ix Or- Tne C0mmittee is now readying
... Anne a shipment for Purim presenta-
9era-^ tion.
[ion now the special.rwponsi
established.
iins mm immimmm
ntf the executive commit- Weinstein. Jake bher m .-., --0 admit the delegates of
''", !d v Dr. Goldmann. as M w D. Singer, Charles Rosen voted waa Fraternal
'.", ,i,e administrative Nat Zalka. Henry Jacob the^ Jewji Actions of the
JgjfS,. In accepting the .riej ,_ Morns Pepper, Hy 0n JJ j,0^ Committee, which
Or Wise expressed the hop' Josep^ Schaffor. Marx te.no t. the f orRan.
'" .'... ..iit soon be secure an M jaCobskind.___ _,_ .. V' mmmun st-dominat-
The Yeshivah ot Brighton.
lj*h day .chool at 2842
SS Parkwy- Brooklyn, an-
frl w a donation of $5,000
313? nrs Sarah B- Massing of
^"..Brighton 7th SU for it
TCS ,und- This to the larg
JJtl for JwUh education
" made in tha Brighton
5"*UBtY. Mrs. Massing stat-
triD ,*t_,,h* U no* ">*hlq
J to Florida and to donating
JJ^ontY for charitable pur-
rerr^uV .Vrobab,, fJ^SS.
"*. ?nrcapacSjo,^c!
it S PROFESSOR HAS
Appointment to a u.
6t^*fflft Jerusalem .J^-T^^ BUKHAffiANi~XRRlVE
tions Of ^fSgSutlon Com- university has announcia (jTA)-Three hur
necessUated by I New York, Members of the dele-
grant them
charged .
ion was Communist-dominat-
The issue was placed before
entire conference after a
favorable recommendation had
been made by the general com-
mittee, which heard the delegates
of the Jewish Labor Committee.
Immediately after the vote, the
delegation of the Jewish Labor
Committee, which came here to
Tarta- *tta\Three hun-! present the groups argument
er now Jf-fi^ JJ^) 'hree ^ d is^ f thc Jewish
cation told the press that the
Labor Committee will not partici-
pate in the present session of the
conference and that a further
statement will be issued in New
York.
cont.nued'on PAoe 4)
SfQTartakower.


PAGE TWO
* Jew 1st FlcridUaun
i
LEHRMANS HOSTS AT
RECEPTION ON DEC. 10
WEDDINGS
Miss Binnie Posner, daughter
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lchr- of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Posner
roan will be hosts to the Greater of New York, became the bride
Miami community at a reception
of Lt. Herbert L. Goldberg. U. S.
in their new home, 1140 Alton A., at services December 3 at
Road, Miami Beach, this coming the Miami Beach Jewish Corn-
Sunday, December 10. | munity Center. Lt. Goldberg is
The Chanukas Habayis will | the son of Mrs. Anna Goldberg,
nake place from 2 to 6 o'clock.; of Baltimore, Md. and Miami
Written invitations will not be\ Beach. The couple will leave
issued. Friends and members of Sunday to make their home in
the community are invited.
Milton A. Friedman, president
of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
suffered a broken leg this week
in a mishap.
Texarkana, Texas, where Lt.
Goldberg is stationed.
Miss Rose Gellman is in St.
Petersburg spending a short va-
cation with her parents. She will
return December 10.
The marriage of Joan Roth, of
New York City, and S 2/c Lewis
Stein was solemnized Sunday at
the home of Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Alton Kd Miami Beach.
Seaman Stein is stationed in
Jacksonville, Fla. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stein. 1511
N. W. 8th St., and the brother
MIAMI YOUNG WOMAN
GRADUATES FROM U.
OF M. WITH HONORS
Rita Grossman, recently gradu-
ated from the University of Mi-
| ami with high honors, broke into
print this week. Two of her books
i have been published and placed
I on sale at Burdine's and Double-
I day Doran's book stores locally
and at other book stores through-
out the country.
Miss Grossman majored in jour-
nalism while attending the U,
and was editor of the campus
Max Feit has returned to the of' Mrs. joseph Siegel.
city after a six week s stay In
New York While away he under- j Mr and Mrs Meyer Schine of
went medica treatment at Mt. j tne Roney Plaza hotel, Miami
Sinai hospital_____ Beach, left this week for their
_, .,, "T I home in Gloversville, N. Y.
JFa'^bF^SSrU? n0u at 5me They wil1 return about the first
^Sv!iJKini2nLmt,-Wtheill8'f the year With lheif fOUf Chil"
convalescing from a recent ill- drun
ness and looks forward to having ______
his friends visit him. Mr and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs.
m~ ik.,^ m*~A*m ~t 1238 S. W. 4th St., have as their
S^rtS SSLSSSnL/iLiS. M I. Tomashoff, of Brooklyn,
recently announced her engage- ^ y
ment to Lt Norman Brown of ______
SSfifc ft?dS2L IwfiSf^SS Mr. and Mrs. William Malta
thTBrs sVXwn Thursday and daughters. Claire and Harriet.
Hotel Mayflower. Mrs. Brown SSffl,*^Lf %4Sf?i? ,S*'
will spend some time in Miami Mia. B^h;v,MrAMa'tf, ^Con'
as the house guest of the Kovens. nected wlth the Adaptel Co.
1890 S. W. 21st St. Mrs Morri3 sisskind and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schoffel and daughter Bernice, of New York
Mrs. J. Fink, relatives of Mr. and g??* few weeks with
Mrs. Herman Katims of this city.
are visitors at Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sisskind's sister and broth-
er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan I
Namoff. 1219 S. W. 7th St.
ENGAGEMENT
Announcement was made this
week of the engagement of Miss
Nanette Joy Cohen and Marine
Corp. Alvin Leonard Savage both
of Miami Beach. No date has
been set for the wedding.
Miss Cohen is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul S. Cohen. 1335
Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach.
She was a member of Kappa
Phi. Quill and Scroll and Na.
tional Honors society while in
high school and later attended
the University of Miami.
Corp. Savage, son of Mrs.
Theodore M. Berman, 850 15th
St., Miami Beach, was a member
of the Keystone club. Immedi-
ately after his graduation from
high school, he enlisted and be-
gan his Marine training and
6erved in the Pacific for 27
months. After a recent visit in
Miami Beach he left for New
River, N. C., where he will in-
struct at the Marine base.
Betrothal of Miss Joann Kohen
to Paul Leopold is announced to-
day by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman E. Kohen, 1935 Park
Ave., Miami Beach. No date has
been set for their wedding.
Miss Kohen attended Miami
Beach High school and Lear
school. She is now studying med-
ical technology.
Mr. Leopold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Leopold. 1200
Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach,
recently received an honorable
discharge from the Navy.
FWDAY. DBCEMBEBI m
St. Francis Hospital. 3rd al
BRISM
268 B'NAI B'RITH AND
AFFILIATES DIE IN WAR
Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten. 618 S.
W. 11th Ave., is recuperating
from an illness at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper. 1274
S. W. 6th St., are visiting with
their son, Lt. (sg) Max Pepper
who is stationed in Jacksonville.
Fla. They will return in about a
week.
SENIOR HADASSAH TO
MEET MONDAY. DEC. 11
publication "The Hurricane" as
well as of the year book, "The I
Ibis." She was awarded a scholar-1
ship to the School of Journalism
of Northwestern University and
is now in Evanston, 111. attending
classes.
Her first two stories are chil-
dren's tales titled "The Adven-
tures of Salty Sam" and "Fish I
Have Met and Et."
Rita is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, 1421
S. W. 5th St.. Miami.
The Senior Chapter of Hadas-
sah will hold its monthly meet-
ing at 2 p. m. Monday, December
11 at the Miami Beach YM &
WHA. 1 Lincoln Rd. Mrs. Harold
B. Spaet, president of the organ-
, ization. will report on the recent
! Hadassah convention. A brief
business report will be made by
the various chairmen. Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, program chairman, has
arranged for the afternoon's en-
tertainment. Slides depicting the
work Hadassah is doing in build-
ing up Palestine will be shown
and Mrs. Harry Rubin, chairman
of the Hadassah Medical Organ-
ization, will report on the gala
dinner dance which will be giv-
en January 9 at the Latin Quar-
ter. Reservations for this affair
may be made by calling Mrs.
Harry Platoff at 5-0163: Mrs
George Chertkof at 3-7223; or
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet at 6-2012.
A social hour will follow the
monthly meeting.
MEMBERSHIP TEA WILL
BE GIVEN BY A. I. C.
Washington. D. C.Of the
26,630 members of B'nai B'rith
andAleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai
B'rith Girls and Hillel Founda-
tionsits three youth affiliates
serving the armed forces. 268
have been killed in action or are
missing in action, 258 have been
decorated and 45 are prisoners
of war, Henry Monsky, president
of B'nai B'rith, the nation's larg-
est national Jewish service or-
ganization, and chairman of its
National War Service Committee,
announced yesterday in making
gublic a statistical report of
'nai B'rith's war service record
three years after Pearl Harbor
B'nai B'rith has a membership
of 200,000 men, women and young
people.
Rabbi S. M. MachteUffi^Zi
this week at the Br.s fflW
&S of Mr. and ?
tJtEL uciUn* of a monunwi
ithl memory of the late iff
f.mH?Chwarte- WiU ** fit
Sunday evening. December n
at 2:30 p. m. in the Jewish Jo
tion of Woodlawn Part The S
ceased is the late wife of mT
Schwartz^ chairman of
Chevra Kadisha.
PIONEER WOMEN WIU
GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
. The Pioneer Women's Organ-
ization of Palestine, club 1. will
present a Chanuka concert and
evening of entertainment on
Monday, December 11 starting at
8:30 at the Miami Beach High
School. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, who has
chosen as his topic, "Wanted
The Spirit of the Maeabees."
Mrs. I. Rosengarten. president of
the organization, is scheduled to
bring greetings. Participating art-
ists include Cantor Emanuel
Barkan. baritone: Ruth C. Brot-
man, soprano; Edith Freeman and
Elizabeth Fishbein, duo- pianists;
and Bert Silving, composer and
violinist.
United States War Bonds arc
till the best investment.
Another in its series of mem-'
bership teas will be held by the
Women's Division of the Amer-.
ican Jewish Congress on Thurs- j
day, December 28. at 1 o'clock;
in the Terrace Restaurant. Mrs.
Max Meisel and Mrs. Emanuel
B;u km, membership chairmen,'
will be in charge of affairs. Ad-
mission will be "Every member
bring a new member.
A meeting of the studv and
discussion group of the Ameri- !
can Jewish Congress was held I
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. ;
Harry Zeilinger. Mrs. Louis.
Glasser, chairman of the com-'
mittee to combat anti-Semitism,
conducted a discussion on the!
"Rise of AntnSemitism Since
Early History." A paper on the
life of Chaim Weizmann, leader
of the Zionist organization, was
presented by Mrs. Estelle Kim-
bell, followed by a social hour. I
The next meeting of the discus-'
sion group will take place on
Tuesday, December 19.
400 ATTEND REVIEW BY
WOMEN'S DIVISION AIC
Four hundred persons attend-
ed the book review and musicale
held December 5 at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center by the
Women's Division of AJC in con-
junction with its "Friday Review"
series. Mrs. Isidor Weinstein re-
viewed "Harvest in the Desert,"
by Maurice Samuels. The musi-
cal portion of the program was
presented by Arrah Halevy, in-
ternationally famous Palestinian
singer. She was accompanied by
Miss Anyuta Melicov.
MELAVEH MALKAH TO
BE HELD AT CENTER
A Melavch Malkah. sponsored LAUDERDALE SERVICES
by the Chevrah Kadisha of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
be held on Saturday evening,
December 9. at 8:30. Members
and friends are invited.
3 Mount Sinai Memorial Park
"Owned and Operated by
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n
A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
listed Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob, Miami
'wish Orthodox, Schaaici Zedek and Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes
THE ROYAL TEA ROOM
"THE INTIMATE CORNER"
AT THE
HARRISON HOTEL
411 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Dairy and Fish DishesHome CookingAll Baking done on
Premises
Oneg Shabbat will be our attraction every Friday night
_ADOLPH ABRAMSON. Mgr.
Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of
T dale, will preach on "Dreaming
Dreams" at Sabbath Eve services
Friday at 8 p. m. Religious school
will be held Sunday at 10 a. m.
and a children's Chanukah sei-
vice and programs at 11 a. m..
with parents invited to attend.
I. W. V. AUXILIARY WILL
NAME OFFICERS DEC. 12
The Freda Markowitz Ladies'
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans
of the United States, will nomi-
nate officers at their next regu-
lar meeting on Tuesday, Decem-
*"r 12, Pf ? o'clock at the town
YM & WHA. Members are re-
quested to bring new members,
and wives, sisters, and mothers
of servicemen, as well as visitors
from other auxiliarys. Final ar-
rangements for the Auxiliary's
Red Cross assignment and vet-
eran's hospital work will be
made.
Send Northern
Friends Boxes
of SUNSHINE
FRUITS
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FRIDAY.
DECEMBER 8. 1944
The Btth Jacob Congregation ;
& inaugurate its current Adult
ffllXweek;Wlththflnt
ZEE "ii Wednesday evening.
gSbJr'lSfrom 8 to 10:30 p.
STThccourM- will continue every
Wednesday .-vening thereafter .
for a period of eight weeks.
Sponsorin* the Institute to-
JTr with Beth Jacob this year
Si, be the Sisterhood of the
Snff,.Rati..M. the Women's Divi-,
^n of the American Jewish Con-
ErHadassah, and the Miami;
paadb Mizrachl
These courses are free and
' o all adults. Registration
jV made at the Beth Jacob
office. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
Tabb?Moses Mescheloff. spirit-
J leader of the Congregation.
*ill eive a course on Europe
and the Jews." This course will
jl*, featuic guest lecturers ap-
nearinj! from time to tune and
{^1 present a review of the con-
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
IIMMIE BONNIE
the religious school faculty wSl
give a course in elementary en
versational Hebrew
The course in Song Form
be K.ven by Cantor Ma
Mamchea and will present var-
ious types o Jewish melodies
as well as the development of
Palestinian music. Teaching r
sinning Jewish songs will be a
part of the course.
iJLlSTI in *? s,udv "f uw
Talmud is being given daily from
6.15 to 5:45 p. ,. A class in
elementary Spanish is now
at 7.30 under the auspic
Pan-Amcman League, with
Mrs. Pauline Kahn in charge
A second course of six weeks
duration will follow the first
eight week's session
BETH JACOB PRESENTS
CONCERT, SUN., DEC. 10
A Chanuka concert, foi which
elaborate plans have been ar-
ranged, will be presented at the
Miami Beach High School Sun-
day evening, Decembei 10. by
the Beth Jacob Sisterhood A
variety program in two parts
has been prepared under the
dirction of Dr. Arturo DeFilipi
and the Lenore School ol Dram-
atics. A Chanuka tableau will
be part of the evening's present-
| ation. Mrs. Jack Hirst h is ticket
| chairman and assisting on her
committee are Mrs. Anne Berow,
Mrs. Lillian G. Mills. Mrs. Fritzi
Tannen, Mrs. Joseph Brennen,
Mrs. Harry Genet, and Mrs. Sam-
uel G. Grundwerg. Tickets may
be secured at the Beth Jacob
office. 311 Washington Ave. or
by calling any of the above com-
mittee.
- *Jei*i,nrM?rtr
PAGE THREE
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Center at its regular meeting on
Monday, December 4. Mrs. Jos-
eph M. Rose, president of the
organization, presided. A portion
of the meeting was devoted to
the sale of war bonds, with Mrs.
Louis Glasser, chairman, an-
nouncing that the Sisterhood is
close to its goal of $65,000. The
religious school committee invit-
ed all the children of the Hebrew
and Sunday schools to attend its
Clianukah party at the Center
on Sunday, December 17. Plans
for the gala Chanukah game
night to be held at the Center
on Saturday, December 16. were
also discussed. Mrs. Rosalind
Berman is chairman of this event.
TIME FOR DECISION TO
BE SUBIECT OF REVIEW
Prof. Edward Clarke, of the
University of Miami, will review
Sumner Wells' Time for Decision,
this Saturday afternoon, 3 p.
m. at the Spinoza Forum, under
the canopy, on the lawn of the
home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
11th St.. between Collins Ave.
and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
Next Saturday Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center will speak on "The
Uniqueness of the Hebraic Tradi-
tion." Joseph L. Tepper of Wash-
ington and Miami is chairman.
ARBEITER RING WILL
HAVE SPEAKER DEC. 17
M. Mandelmon, now touring
the Southeastern District in the
interest of the universal Jewish
encyclopedia, will speak Sunday,
December 17 at 8 p. m. at the
Arbeiter Ring Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
BESTS INAUGURAL
OF TROPICAL 1493
Gulfstream Park, the stormy-
petrel of Greater Miami's thor-
oughbred race tracks, is runnings
ahead of the 1943 inaugural at
Tropical Park, according to fig-
ures of the Florida State Racing;
Commission, compiled and re-
leased by officials of the Hallan-
dale course Wednesday.
A comparison of the opening;
four days of the current season
with the successful winter ses-
sion at Tropical Park a year ago>
reveals that Gulfstream Park U
running ahead of that meeting
in both attendance and mutuel
play.
These figures are released to
combat talk of the poor showing
of Gulfstream, whereas the meet-
ing is running on successful fig-
ures of I loth attendance and
mutuels, and with an apparently-
growing interest in its affairs
among horse fans.
President Jimmy Donn ot
Gulfstream park declared him
self Wednesday as "very well
satisfied with the general situa-
tion," adding only that efforts;
are being made to have the FEC
stop at Hallandale.
"That is all we really. need."
he said, "to insure a successful
season." ;,.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
Wm. D. Singer
First Vice-President
MINNIONAIRE CLUB IS
SPONSORING SERVICE
The Minnionaire Club of Beth
David is sponsoring a Father and
Son religious service, held at
9:30 a. m. Saturday, in the Beth
Jacob Community Building, and
9 a. m. in the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue Building. The Minnionaires
Club welcomes ;ill young men
between the ages of 13 and 18
to join. They are under the lead-
ership of Dr. M. J. Safra. ____
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-------By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
YPU SHOULD KNOW .
One oi the most notorious anti-Semitic
in this country today is the Blue Star Mother
orgaiuzatiom
quarters in Philadelphia Headed by iSLTL***
Brown and Mrs. Lillian Parks, this group carries on aaSSl
anti-Jewish and anti-Negro campaign Periodically 72
CHANUKA
Our Jewish holidays take on greater significance in this
time of war. This is a tribute to their significance. That a
holiday should become more meaningful in a time of crisis
is a token of the virility of the holiday. It makes us conscious
of the fact that the message of the holiday is not ephemeral,
but eternal.
Chanukathis festival of lightseasily takes on this added
stature today. Hitherto at least for a long time, we have cele-
brated Chanuka perhaps for one of its lighter aspects.
It has seemed to be a kind of pleasant holiday that fits in
with the season. It is a time to light little candles and a time
to exchange gifts. This is all very beautiful and touches some-
thing in us that we are particularly prone to respond to.
But this year, in this dreadful war timewe can respond
to another aspect of Chanukathe military aspect. Chanuka
reminds us that oft times men must make war, for only so can
the forces of evil be uprooted.
Chanuka recalls a great military victory of the Jews. We
Jews had almost come to think that there was nothing military
in our backgroundand yet see the world today. Consider the
500,000 Jewish young men in the American army. See the
mighty hosts, the formidable list of Jewish generals in the Rus-
sian armyand in every Allied army, there is something of
the same story.
These Jews are carrying on in the tradition of Judas Macca-
beausfor as in his day a great force of evil is let loose on the
earth. Fondly we dream and hope that some day the aspira-
tion of an Issaiah that the nations shall turn their swords into
ploughshares may come true, but that day can only come
when the Hitlers are goneand until then our Judaism must
partake of the sword of Judas Maccabeaus as well as the
dreams of Jssaiah.
" HEBREW PRESS BEARS
DOWN ON MILITARY
[ is
POSTHUMOUSLY
D. S. C.
Jerusalem (JTA)The Hebrew
press sharply attacks the action
of the military court which this
week sentenced two Jewish
youths, David Salomon and David
Epstein, to seven years im prison -
, ment on the charge of carrying
illegal arms.
The papers point out that a
Washington (JTA) Rabbi difference must be drawn be-
Alexander D. Goode, of Washing*
ton, D. C, one of the four army
chaplains who gave their life
jackets to other men aboard a
tween those, such as Salomon and
Epstein, who possess arms to de-
fend their homes, and those who
use arms to attack the govern-
ment and Jewish institutions.
sinking troop transport, has been "m dna """,. institutions,
posthumously awarded the Dis- *nc convicted youths explained
tinRuished Service Cross, the i at lVeir l.nal th.at th.cy. tarried
War Department announced. The I vTei\to. Prote,ct their settle-
other three were similiarly montwhich is located in the
honored.
heart of an Arab areafrom
The decorations are to be pre-' f rm,ed. marauders who had at-
sented to the next of kin of Lt. lacked on several occasions.
Goode and the others by Lieu-1 '
tenant General Brehon Somer- SOCIAL JUSTICE BODY
SmyCS^diKrSneinaa0JeSS AC* ON CONSCRIPTION
mony at the Post Chapel at Fort
Myer, Virginia, the night of Dec. I JJ& cSLKJVfh.fBfi
Chains Goode and the' ^SSJ^Sr^fULSSSTS
others. Clark V Pohng. John P. Conservative rabbis in Am.-.ica
Washington, and George L. Cox. has communicated to the House
S2!2raraJ522L*l2?e MUit? Affairs Committee fi
transport SS Dorchester when it request that no vote on DOSt-
vas torpedoed off Greenland war conscription
early on the morning of Feb- taken until
ruary 3, I&4J.
proposals be
representatives of
synagogues, churches and other
organizations have presented
Buv War BonO* and btamps to their views at open hearings it
heh. preserve Democracy I was announced this week *
LENGTHENING SHADOW.

"All cf these organizations deal
with combined budgets of up-
wards of 50 millions of dollars
annually. They have built up
tremendous machinery, facilities women play host to Gerald L. K. Smith The
and community support, aside Mothers are verv helnhil in th* j(.wt, ,- e Blue Star
from adequate experience in Momers verY nelprui in the distribution of anti-Jewish litern
dealing with the problems within ture Their pet reading-matter is a rxrmnhlpi 0. .1 j .J.
their field. Wholly apart from liev_ It 0r Not tha __ *CL. iST^ entitled "Be-
the insurmountable legal, ethical ; heve I! Ur Not' me mmn ""mow of which is a "document-H-
and moral obstacles to the en- story to the effect that President Roosevelt is a lew o
the other side of the ledger is the news from New Orleans"tS
AFL convention there has passed a resolution demandina thl
outlawing of anti-Semitism and pledging support for the Na
tional Committee to Combat Anti-Semitism
JEWISH NEWS ...
Dr. Chaim Weizmann. whose seventieth birthday is now
being celebrated, will be in the United States in April. 1945
Sir Alexander Korda. Britain's outstanding movie producer it
considering making a film about Jewish Palestine ... The plan j
for a new, coordinated Jewish reconstruction effort, now known
as the J.A.B.. in which the Joint Distribution Committee, the
American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Agency for Palestine
would participate, is meeting stormy weather ... The Brifti
Trumpeldor of America is now publishing a monthly called!
Betar ... It first issue, just out. features an article by Z. Propei,
the editor, declaring that the youth oi Palestine is fed up with
the way British officials treat the Jews Propes writes that it
is not unusual for British police personnel in Jewish districts of
Palestine "to address Jews as 'bloody Jews' or to annoy them
publicly with the Hitler salute" ... The case of the Bergson
group versus Pierre van Paassen will reach trial soon ... Van I
Paassen s answer to the libel charge is that what the Bergson |
group describes as libel actually is the truth .
ARAB-JEWISH RELATIONS .. .
If you want to know what Arabs really think of Jewish)
achievements in Palestine, as against the public statements of
Arab politicians, just ask anybody connected with the Hadassah
Hospital on Mount Scopus. Jerusalem Mrs. Rebecca Shul-[
man. wife of the Zionist Emergency Committee's public rela-
tions chairman Herman Shulman, and in her own right anl
active Hadassah worker of long standing, tells us of an Arab
sheik who, requiring medical treatment, invaded a British-1
operated hospital in Jerusalem with a full entourage of wives.
children and servants While still in the lobby he stopped,
looked around in a puzzled way, and ask an attendant: "Is this
the Hadassah Hospital?" When he was told that this was
a government hospital he turned around and marched right |
out again, retinue and all, and headed for the Hadassah-oper-
ated institution on Mount Scopus .
BOOKS AND AUTHORS ...
The National Council of Palestine (Vaad Leumi) has ap-j
pointed a staff of editors to prepare material for inclusion in.
the Jewish Black Book which the American Committee of Jew-
ish Writers, Artists and Scientists, the World Jewish Congress,!
the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee of the USSR and the Vaad
Leumi are publishing jointly The late Reuben Brainin's
diaries, which were not to be published until five years after
his death, are now being prepared for publication after the f
war Ossip Dymow, the distinguished author, is still ailing.
DRAMA DEPT____
Too oaa about the Fritz Kreisler operetta, "Rhapsody"
All the critics agree that the libretto is a handicap even the,
tuneful Kreisler music can't overcome Henri Bernstein, the
French dramatist, who is now in this country, was delighted
to learn recently that his Paris theatre, which the Nazis had
confiscated, has been returned to him Have you heard of |
the new comedy hit "Harvey," the play about an imaginary!
6-foot-6 rabbit? Well, the gag along Second Avenue ii that
the Yiddish version will be called "Hymie," and will feature |
an invisible 6-foot-6 matjes herring .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Mme. Anna Nordau, widow of the immortal thinker and,
leader Max Nordau. has just received the news that her Pans
apartment at 14 Rue Henner is intact Which reminds us to
tell you that Max Nordau's granddaughter. Claudie Nordau
Gruenblat (Maxa Nordau is her mother) is our choice for the
title of outstanding woman of the year Though "woman" M
perhaps a bit premature, since Claudie is only fourteen
But in the course of this year she has published poems in
French and has painted a number of really fascinating canvases
and, amazing though it seems, even murals Bill Zifl. M
publisher and author, whose latest book. "The Gentlemen low
of Peace." is creating a furore in diplomatic circles, started hi
career at the age of seventeen with a job as cartoonist on aj
Chicago newspaper.
rgrment of the scope
Conference, it behooves us to
think well before we undertake
to pass pious resolutions of good
intentions which can only re-
sult in disturbing the relationship
between the communities and
these well established agencies in
Jewish life.
"It is my profound conviction
that the program ot this Confer-
ence is too unportant in relation
10 the life and tne luture destiny
of our people to permit it to be
jeopardized. The task that we
nave Deiore us, the responsibility
wan which we are charged are
ot such magnitude as to command
mi' exclusion of all peripheral
and extraneous considerations
wnich should find a lorm in
other organizations, under such
circumstances as will not threat-
en to frustrate this important ef-
lort."
An indication that groups with-
in tne Conierence wno favor en-
largement ot the scope ot its ac-
tivities do not plan to lorce
through a decision to this ellect
was seen in tne address ot Dr.
israel Goldstein, author co-chair-
man ot the interim Committee.
Declaring that he snared tne view
oi tnose wno Deheve that notn-
mg reiated to Jewish interests
snould be excluded from tne
cups of the Conierence, such as
American Jewisn aiiairs. Dr.
uoictstein added that "since it is
apparent that it cannot De had.
we have no right to lorce it by
majority rule.
In the course of his address, he
pointed out that, in regard to
rescue, the Conierence wnl have
to seek increasing contacts with
uNKrtA and witn the intergov-
ernment Committee on helugees
10 impress upon them the policies
it recommends in connection witn
rehabilitation, relief and resettle-
ment. In regard to the Palestine
resolution 01 the Conierence. he
urged that the organization "seize
every opportunity and every con-
tact to bring it home to American
bodies and bodies abroad until
its irrestibie thesis wins not mere-
ly the sympathetic expressions,
out the active support of the
American and British Govern-
ment."
Dr. Goldstein also urged that
"in order that the Jews of the
world may speak to the United
Nations with one voice a close
cooperation between the World
Jewish Congress and the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference is indicat-
ed, and there is a third important
partner in this, the Jewish
Agency for Palestine."
He said a Jewish Common-
wealth (Palestine) was indispens-
able to the physical needs, the
cultural and spiritual vitality, and
he status of the dignity of Jews
the world over. This statement
was made, he added, to show
that the blindness usully attri-
buted to Zionists in so far as the
general Jewish problem was con-
rned was. in reality, on the
Mde of the anti-Zionist, "who
nates Zionism much more energ-
etically than he loves Jews and
Judaism."
Dr. Goldstein stated that the
asks still before the conference
were immense, and that after the
next five or more years of ac-
ivity in wider world fields that
here might be a possibility that
the conference could be made
nto a permanent group.
Some of the delegates, how-
ever, said that with rescue activi-
Mcoming to an end. and the
ohtica mobilization on behalf
of Palestine having already
rought positive results, there
was very little left for the con-
ierence to do unless it assumed
responsibility for the activities of
American Jewry.
New York (JTA)-A. G. Brot-
man executive secretary of the
Board of Deputies of British Jews
as arrived here from London to
hscuss with American Jewish
organizations various problems
l-nrjrnmg post-war Jewish Te?


DECEMBER 8. 1944
HI I,BOB JEWS
SOFIA SAYS WILL NOT
RETURN JEWISH LANDS
. London (JTA)-State or mun.''
icipally-owned business premises
from which Jewish oeSSSS
were ousted during the reign of
the pro-Germar. government will
not be returned to Jews, the
Sofia radio announced.
Explaining the provision of a:
new decree dealing with the
/jTA> Of Yugoslavia s question of housing, the broad!
-STjews only 1.600 remain; cast said that regulations ent.tl-,
country, accordingl ing Jews to reclaim apartments'
from which they were ousted'
under the racial laws does not
apply to business premises Ten-
ant! of state or municipally-own-
ed premises are assured that thev
Will not be ousted in favor of
the former Jewish lease-holders
^JwistncrMia,,,
PAGE FIVE
LEFT OF 70,000
B'nai B'rith Day at the War Bond Wagon
r
MM
f L'Vtest VsTimate of Joint
LrihutkHi Committee repre-
BS, working, wit? to; In-
Srnmcual Committee on
El Of these, approxirnate-
RfSve joined Marshal Tito's
C an are lighting the Nazis..
%, thousand Yugoslav Jews
1 escape! to Italy, but thus
E nnlv 2.000 have reached lib-
EftS territory. The others are
X? m hiding or have been
Srtured. The great majority of
SUvia's "0,000 Jews were
^seized and slaughtered
Jdewrtcd. according to the In-
{rfovernmental Committees ui-
forma'.ion.
The Committee is now cooper-
Jm with British authorities and
?JDC in aiding 1.200 Jews in
Six hundred
BULGARIAN JEWS
ENTER PALESTINE
, program. Student activities and cuHpural programs are carried on
Bond Wagon in front of Burdine's last Thursday. The organization
broke all records for purchases in any one day by reaching a total
of SI31.00C. Innumerable scarce items auctioned off to the highest
bidder stimulated the sales.
MAY ~CALL SEDITION
CASES NOW MISTRIAL
, --------- I Washington (JTA)With the
London (JTA)Bulgarian Jews death of Chief Justice Edward
desiring to emigrate to Palestine C. Eicher, it appeared entirely
flo-held Croatia.
I JjJ children and include 150 or-i will be obliged to abandon all likely that the 'eTght-months-oid
ns who will be evacuated to'
i. The rest include 100 worn.
* fighting the Nazis or en-
Ldta staff work for Tito.
hundred others are reported
Id have reached a partisan oasis
II Slovenia.
Bntish planes recently dropped
dothing to the group in Croatia.
Iindolph Churchill, son of the
fetish Prime Minister, superin-
toded the distribution. Clothing
kjnished by the British Army
Ldoubtedly will save many lives
fcs winter.
property and sign waivers of
future claims, the Sofia radio an-
nounced.
The broadcast quoted an an-
nouncement by the Palestine Of-
fice in Sofia, which arranges for
the emigration of Jews, revealing
that it has been informed by the
Ministry of the Interior that em-
igrants will be required to sign
a declaration abandoning all
moveable and immoveable prop-
erty and renouncing all claims
against banks or individuals. It
was also told that children and
youths will not be permitted to
leave the country without their
parents.
(In an interview with a Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency corre-
spondent on November 21. Minis-
ter of the Interior Anton Yugov
mass sedition trial over which
he presided in District Court
here will be declared a mistrial.
Government prosecutors are
prepared to start new proceed-
ings immediately in such an
event, it is learned from informed
sources.
ARAB RADIO SERVICES
PUBLICIZE A.I.C. MEET
y SETS OP
ECCLESTIISTICIE
Rome (JTA)Two thousand
fan imprisoned in a concentra-
tion camp at Bagna di Lucca, in
Ike mountain lighting zone were
Imported northward by the Ger-
IBns after unsuccessful efforts to
are them i y the lntergovern-
aental Refuse Committee, it is
tamed here Only 30 of the
I amp's inm;.t- s managed to es-
|pe.
Arthur Greenleigh, Joint Dis-
Ittbution Committee representa-
[fie in Italy, just prior to leaving
Ifcr Pans, told the Jewish Tele-
Ijnphic Agency correspondent,
tut within thi next fortnight
IjDof Rome's Jewish cultural, re-
|gicus, welfare and educational
fcu.utions will have been re-
ined and will be functioning
| a pre-war scale. Final plans
"reopening the hospital and
iu naR-' have 1,,'t'n completed.
[Already in operation are a nurs-, ,
T. kindergarten, home for the | mier Ferenc Szalasi
1m. schools a
foutions. Local
* operating 1
wnmliU rated Italy. In Rome, government
1 Jews have raised 800.000
, to match the JDC's contri-
London (JTA)The German
and Arab services of the Nazi
radio devoted considerable com-
ment to the War Emergency Con-
ference of the World Jewish Con-
i'ii s being held in Atlantic City.
Referring to the opening address
of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, a
Nazi broadcaster said that "Jews
feel so powerful that they can
said that the ban on emigration [ declare war against anyone op-
was to be lifted soon and that posing their plans."
the government was not opposed I
to the emigration of Jews who
were not eligible for military
service.)
The broadcast also disclosed
that a Jewish school has been re-
opened in Sofia and that 600
pupils are in attendance. About
300 of these, it said, are fed in
a "peoples kitchen which has
been set up in the school's gym-
nasium.
FOR CONFERENCE
RADIO PROGRAM WAS
SET FOR WEIZMANN
Jerusalem (JTA)The Pales-
tine Broadcasting System's "vocal
newspaper" program was devoted
this week to Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann. Prominent speakers in-
cluding Mayor Israel Rokach of
Tel Aviv, participated.
During the week-end the
Palestine Journalists Association
was host to Dr. Weizmann at a
birth celebration at the Press
Club in Tel Aviv, after which the
Zionist leader accompanied the
newspapermen to a performance
in his honor by the Habimah
Theatre.
A birthday message from the
Board of Deputies of British Jews
was cabled here over the wires
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
which conveyed the message to
Dr. Weizmann at Rehovoth,
where he resides.
On the occasion of Prime Min-
ister Churchill's 70th birthday,
which he observed last Friday,
Dr. Weizmann "as one septuagen-
arian to another" sent Mr.
Churchill a case of Rehovoth
grapefruit.
HEBREW POET RAISED
TO PROFESSOR RANK
Boston (JTA)Dr. Eisig Sil-
berschlag, noted Hebrew poet,
has been raised to the rank of
professor by the Hebrew Teach-
ers' College here of which he is
a member of the faculty, it was
announced here. Other professor-
ships were given to Dr. Nahum
N. Glatzer, Jochanan Twersky,
Israel Pollack and Benjamin J.
Shevach, all members of the
faculty.
Dr. Silberschlag, who is 42
years old, received his doctorate
at Vienna University. He came
Paris (JTA) Dr. Joseph
Schwartz, European director of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
has arrived in Paris for a series
of conferences with Allied au-
thorities, the French Government
and Jewish leaders in connection
with plans for an extended pro-
gram for relief and rehabilita-
tion of the Jews in France which j {o the United States' at the age
will soon be launched by the 0f is. He is the author of several
JDC. | Volumes of poetry, essays and
Dr. Schwartz announced that 0f a piay "Tn the Days of Isa-
the first relief funds transmitted bella "
directly from the United States, --------------------------
have arrived here. Work of re- Support the Sixth War Loan.
erouping the various committees
which will carry out the day-to-
day relief activities has already
begun, he said.
The JDC director met here
Dr. Schwartz said that he is
leaving soon for Switzerland in
connection with problems of aid-
ing Hungarian and Slovakian
with Sir Herbert Emerson, di- Jews, and also to investigate the
rector of the Intergovernmental prospects of aiding the Jews in
Refugee Committee, who is pass- Rumania. He will then visit Bel-
ing through Paris en route to gium before returning here for
F.T'lind from Switzerland.
an extended stay.
A U. J. A. CAMPAIGNER ON THE NEW GUINEA FRONT
Tel Aviv (JTA)More than
' 100.000 residents of Tel Aviv and
neighboring communities ac-
claimed Dr. Chaim Weizmann
this week as he passed through!
the gayly decorated streets of
this city.
Reviewing a parade of volun- ;
leers for the Jewish Brigade. Dr.
Weizmann told them that they
have attained a privilege which i
had long been fought for the,
--------- right of Jews to appear in this
Zurich (JTA)Irked by church war jn their own camp and under
condemnation of its persecution their own flag. ^l***?^! I
of Jews, the German-controlled s.mi. would have great Bignmc-
Hunganan Government of Pre. anCe for the future of a Jewish
mi^r F,.ronc Szalasi has estab- Palestine. Its members, he con
, A similar campaign has been
2^'tnd in Florence, where local
EtMi>ave alredy allocated
lire to n pen community
itaWutions. It will cost 5,000.000
lfcn- rC'Pair Fl"rt'nce's magni-

Nation." which alleg.s that it re- people in Europe.
presents all churches, says that ,,,.,, Dr. Weizmann addressed
the Old Testament is the word a special session of me Tel Ayw
synaM'uue. which the
mined. South African sap-
C^shed.clearing mines and
Mean
piti
Jtanittee
I lite
i
Ihu^.ov'akla. w'" leave "for persons have
carVymg on a OoTyeai old law said that toe pros-
suit7 "gainst the Jews and must ts for ,h, esUbhshment of a
look .t the Jewish problem as jewish state were good. ^
LtJ7"h. refugees from
CS^y. Austria, Poland and
?
The Hungarian P^VTuu consider anU-Sem.Lsm
port.s that three m]
here this JS^^jj^ ^^..^^^ ^Sl
been arr led on
6** w^n a'iew-weeks^ Charges of selling %****! ii f^SStl ST in
pwnounced here. I protection certificates to Je* S^vffittm!.Komarov.
I^omjta, -. Rededication
"r-t synagogue in
IV. services
"''1 was liberated
TfcM, Ina,l-S ,""k Plac-
k*r,.i ndi lh* Belgrade radio
Corporal Joseph Callon of New York who U now stationed on N-w
,.ea has two major war aims: (1) To destroy all the Japs he en
peed victory in the Pacific; (2) To raise a minimum of $3,000 tor
P^ba [ ,,0,r thse who fell ~^I7th War Loan-
m* to liberate Belgrade. Support the Sixth war i*>
laws
Semites arc


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PAGE SIX
+Jewlsti ncrkUan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
i
16TH ANNUAL SERIES
OF LATE FRL SERVICES
The sixteenth annual series of
late Friday night services will
be inaugurated this Friday eve-
ning at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue, 301 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. These services are
held each Friday night at 8:30
p. m.
The opening lecture will be:
"The Rabbi At the Front." de-
CIRCLE WOMEN HOLD
FIRST MEETING DEC. 6
The Women's Club of the
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
692 had their first meeting for
this season Wednesday afternoon
at Mrs. Levine's home at 927
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. The
next meeting will be at the
Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.,
Wednesday, 2 p. m. All members
are urged to be present.
Sunday. December 10, at the
Lyceum, the Women's Club will
have a Chanuka Latke Party at
8 p. m. Refreshments will be
served and games will be plaved.
Tickets arc 75c per person. Pro-
ceeds go to the Jewish Labor
Committee.
EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN
ARRIVES IN BULGARIA
Sofia (JTA) David Bcn-
Gurion, chairman of the execu-
tive of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, arrived here over the
week-end to discuss with Jew-
ish leaders and government of-
ficials the prospects for emigra-
tion to Palestine of Bulgarian
Jews. He was greeted at the
frontier station of Svilengrad by
Jewish delegations from Sofia
and Plovdiv, as well as by a
representative of the Ministry of
Propaganda.
OBITUARIES
DAVID LOWENCOPF
David I.*.wTu-o|>f. 4S SOo N. w.
Sivond Aw., died Tuesday In a local
hospital. He came hero from Savan-
ii.ili, iia, 13 ><;ir ao. and operated
a Kroiery business on N. W. Fifth
St Survivors are bin mother. Mrs
Annie I^owencopf; wife. Mix. I'eai I
Ixiwcnconf; two ilnii::ho i -. Kdlth and
Myrm, all of Mhwni. ami brother,
Sam. of Savannah. He wan a member
of Ueth David (""MKi'oKatloii and Har-
vey Seed* Poet, American UeKlon
StivI.eM were held Wednesday at
Gordon Funeral home. Harvey Beedi
pout conducted military services at
the Krnvesldc In Ml. Sinai cemetery.
MRS. MAY SCHNEIDER
Mr. May Schneider, <6. 1411 8. W,
19th St.. died Tuesday at a local
hospital. She came here from New
York City seven yearn a.K<>. and Is
survived by her husband, Julius: {WO
brothers, Charles and Abe Keith. New
Haven, Conn., and a sister. Mrs. Ada
Shier. New York City. Bervioea were
held at the Cordon Fuiieial home
Thursday with burial In lit. Nebo
cemetei y
GABRIEL KAROL
Gabriel Kurol. 77. of ISIS. S. \V
Hal SI died at his home Tucsdny
following a brief llliuvs !! was s
retired furniture manufacturer and
came here from Allentown, Pa., seven
years ago, He belonged to the Zionist
orranlsatlon of America anil the local
vmiia lie leaves bis wife. Birdie:
fi\e sons, Alex, Abe, Max, Have and
Harry of Allentown: three dailKhteis,
Misses Frances flair and Marv Kills,
and Mrs Kva FlnKard, Allentown
The body was sent to Allentown by
the Cordon Funeral home.
8. 18
WEST FLAGLER READY MANY JEWS STrTST
FOR 4TH WEEK'S CARD IN BULGARIA Jy^J
tine by train SJ^N
era. ,n .BSCfa
Rabbi Moses Meacheloff
VOLUNTEER WORKERS
NEEDED BY WAR CHEST
livered by Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. who will open his eighth
year of Friday night lectures this
season.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
lead in communal singing.
A special prayer for the wel-
fare of servicemen will be re-
cited.
Doors open at 7:30 p. ni
U. OF M. ORCHESTRA
The second in its series of sub-
scription concerts will be pre-
sented by the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra Sun-
day afternoon, December 10. at
the Miami Senior High School
with Modeste Alloo conducting.
Tlie program, which will begin
An urgent call was issued
Monday for volunteer workers to
carry the Dade county communi-
ty war chest story to every per-
son in the county able to help
support the 45-member agent-n s
that serve at home and around
the world.
Campaign leaders met this
week at the Urmey hotel to plan
enlistment of 2,000 civic minded
men and women to explain the
need and help raise the $695,000
set as the minimum campaign
goal. The drive starts Jan. 8.
The rapid expansion of the
campaign organization was re-
ported by the leaders of the 16
soliciting divisions and the
speakers' bureau, which will ad-
at 4:30. will include Brahms Svm- dress several hundred groups and
phony No. 4 in E Minor and clubs in the next six weeks
Arias by Rossini. Mozart, and __________________
Schumann. Keep on buying War Bonds.
BENJAMIN SADLER
itenjamln Kidlcr. .",, ,,f |0H S. W,
21th St., who died In an automobile
accident Saturday, was burled in
I vVoodlawn park. Services were con-
] ducted at the Palmar Funeral chapel
| Wednesday. Dade county Cuard of
i Honor held services at the cemetery.
| KadJ. r was killed when bis ear COl-
i llded He was n restaurant operator.
I conilns; here from Atlantic Cltv In
; 1927 Surviving are his Wife. Mrs
Sally Sadler; n son. It Leslie Sadler.
and a daughter, Patricia Ann.
DAVID BRITZ
David Hrltx. IS, IfiaD Sixth St.. Mi-
ami Hench. died Monday at his home.
He had been I resident here for l.',
years Surviving are his wife. Mrs
I..uli Brit*: two sons. Morris .1. and
Max, nml a daughter. Mrs. Nhllv
Poms. Toledo, Ohio The body was
sent to Toledo bv the Cordon Funeral
home for services and burial
ELMER SCHEUER
Elmer Scheuer. 54. of ioo w. 47th
St Miami Beach, died at his resl-
dence Friday after an Illness of sev-
eral months He came here six years
fro/n Clevelnnd
Plans are complete for the
presentation of the fourth week-
end of championship dog racing
at the West Flagler Kennel club,
a schedule that will see the
track's leaders of its several di-
vision closely matched.
With arrangements now being
made for the annual midseason
feature racing that includes the
major Christmas, New Year's and
Orange Bowl period, the winners
and prominent money-finishers
of the next week's competitions
figure to claim leading roles for
the holiday headliners.
Continuing to set new state
records in attendance and mu-
tuels, the West Flagler racing
division is compiling an all-im-
pressive record for the best early
season greyhound racing here in
history. With such fliers as
Rube's Cadet. Night Glow. Mar-
tin Roll, Wingover. Guy Pooley,
Plucky Mary, War Hawk, Jack
Mack, My Troubadour, Pre-Flight
and others going in their best
stride, the time marks are stead-
ily being lowered to track record
times.
The nightly programs are 10
races, starting at 8 and including
the daily double first and third
races. No minors are admitted.
Turkey ruufreWd to btcau
transits visas Rrant "
A
and
aid
Wftlfj
I. D. C. DELEGATES TO
MAKE REPORT DEC. 10
Delegates to the Thirtieth An-
nual Meeting of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee in New York
on Sunday, December 10. will
hear detailed reports on the or-
ganization's 1944 activities and
an outline of its program of res-
cue, relief and rehabilitation for
1945. Speakers at the general
meeting, which will be held at
the Hotel Commodore at 2:30
p. m., will include Paul Baer-
wald. chairman, Rabbi Jonah B.
Wise and Isaac H. Levy, vice-
chairmen and Joseph C. Hyman.
executive vice-chairman of J.D.
C. Their statements will be based
bt'"hi.0'wife1' Vi'Xi "'" '" "urvJv"d on the reports of Dr. Joseph J.
liv nln wio. tvlalne nne non Tom' r t_ t_ r r\
and a dauchter. Madeline, all of mi- Schwartz, chairman of J.D.C. s
European executive council, and
nml I'.ench
M. I. O. C. AUXILIARY
PLANS FOR CHANUKA
committee to
by 62 rabbis fro," ft dH^
Rary and Rumania. iffSi
tee will also care for L"""1
children who do not Xw
whereabouts of their nV,h.
Li." *
areas of Poland reports ibatSS
are only 150 Jews in T^J1
900 in Lwow. 20 in r^rzemyX
in Jaroslaw, 120 in rS2S'
?T and I8 in ^szclyj
The Zionist groups here y?
week elected a new central
ecutive committee headed by i
Borlcich. who was deported
Transnistna during the
tonescu regime for Zionist
The
other overseas personnel.
Paul Baerwald. chairman of the
J.D.C, America's largest agency
for relief and rescue of Jews
Ladies Auxiliary of the abroad, will serve as chairman
HILLEL HOUSE AT M.
TO HOLD PARTY DEC.]
Hillel House on the campus I
the University of Miami I
made elaborate arrangements
the Hobday Party Saturday eV
ning, December 9. in honor
Chanuka. Door prizes, luc
number dances, and a varied t
gram will add to the spirit
the evening.
The fraterities and sororit
participating in hostessing
handling of the affair are
D Phi E's. A E Phis, TEP's
Phi E P's: In addition, all ill,
pendent groups are participatii
Arts and crafts of Hillel
also active this year as is
Hillel Players. Their first of!
ing for the new trimester
be a Chanukah play.
Classes and religious servii
continue, as well as regular nn
ings. It is planned, with the
rival of the new furniture
the building that dedication i
monies will soon be announ
to which the general public
be welcome.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre- of the meeting. Additional speak-
gation announce that plans are
completed for the annual Chanu-
ka party to be held Sunday at
8 p. m. at the Miami YMHA.
Refreshments will be served
and door prizes donated by the
ladies of the auxiliary will be
distributed.
I ers will be announced later.
ESSAY CONTEST NOW
GOING ON IN MIAMI
The Essay Contest on "Jews in
the Post War World," is under
LABOR COMMITTEE
21ST ANNUAL MEETI
A pleasant evening way. Circulars have been distri-
is assured all members and friends buted throughout the community
the committee stated. I and a Rreat deai of interest has
BLOOD DONORS MAY manife8led
GO TO THE ARLINGTON
vilians, members of the armed
forces, and youth are expected to
participate.
To augment the December sup- I Tne contest is sponsored in ob-
ply of bloodwhich usually de- servance of Jewish Book Month.
clines because of holiday activi- from December 1 to December
ties by donorsthe Dade county 20- Essays of 1,000 words or less
Blood Bank will have a technical may De submitted,
crew in the cardroom at the Organizations sponsoring the
Arlington hotel, Fifth St. and contest include Army and Navy
Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, Friday Committee. Beach Y. M. H. A.,
from 9 a. m. to noon. Bureau of Jewish Education,
Rudy R. Adler. Miami Beach Hillel Foundation of the Universi-
u?" 0Pank chairman of the ty of Miami; Jewish Floridian,
B nai B'nth asks donors not to Jewish Welfare Board and Y.
eat for four hours before report- M. H. A
sn&JLTTt&M Y'1! t'!0 !SirvSd Prizes will be three six-volume
give blood th holL'1 t0 a,lwno '.w.V,f Grat"' "History of the
UHnRMrvPTi isnnrn -.. BsMjn are to be submitted to
HABANOTH MEETS ON the Bureau of Jewish Education.
TUESDAYS AT B. IACOB 2',B c,onKreM ,Bu,ldinK- Miami 32.
. m^wo P |or,da, not later than the 20th
The Miami Beach Habanoth "f Doctmber __________
meets each Tuesday evening at CD H rroEtifff rtnnnn ..,-*
' p. m at the Beth Jacob Com- FRATERNAL ORDER TO
RALLY SUNDAY
The 21st Annual Convention
the National Labor Commit!
for Palestine which was held]
November 25 and 26, in
York, was hailed by fraternal I
ganizations and labor unions)
the American Jewish Commu
ty for its revelation that
sum of $1,250,000 had been ra
in the United States and Can
in 1944 as the contribution!
the Jewry of North AmcricaJ
wards the activities of the
tadrut, the Jewish Federatio
Labor in Palestine UnrestM
acclaim at the closing sessio
the convention greeted the
tion of a record-making $2,0
000 quota for the year of^
The annual election of
which was held at the c*
session resulted in the re-ele
of Joseph Schlossberg and
Hnmlin as National Chairman!
National Secretary of the
ganization
munity Building. 311 Washington HAVE
Ave The club is under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Melvin Tannen.
All girls between the ages of
11 and 14 are eligible for mem-
bership.
The girls are planning a Mo-
ther and Daughter Chanukah
The American Jewish People's
Fraternal Order. Branch 192. will
hold a bond rally Sunday. De-
cember 10th, at Carpenter's Hall.
47 N. W. 3rd St. The organiza-
tion has pledged itself to buy
,Uiu^'sund'" th COmnT- ^a'000 worth oT,ondTduring the
cemb?r ft- y eV,nln*' De" sLlxth Wa>" Low Drive to honor
'______________ the memory of Edward Rosenoff.
E,VTt7Krrr'T\ r-^r. Ml" "' '""' "f members, who
tAILINDLD FOR was recently killed in action.
TIME
LETTERS TO INTERNEES
BETH DAVID CHANt
PARTY SUNDAY DEC]
The annual Chanukah card i
latke party sponsored by
Beth David Sisterh "'I*'1'
place Sunday evening. D
17. at 8 p. m. at the Beth !
Talmud Torah. Mrs, Jv
is chairman, and tickets ma
obtained by contacting tn
2-7135 or by calling the Coaf
gation office 2-1473 MembersJ
their friends are askedto_
R0KEACI
^o^rNYAFAl
DINNER TO BE GIVEN
ofCtheDa0c,ne 'SSS^^SS IBETH PAVID MEMBERS
The Annual Congregational
I sending messages lo U S r 'n, annual congregational

\
os;
^rrs> ^J^~? s-.Tass-'"
IDEAL
COOKING
BAKING^
r>6 rR"
AaME
FOOOS
be on the
are asked to,
V* S SeS fclSBSf Sffi th. imporunt meeting,
an internees. | Keep on buying War Bonds.


MBMBaMjeava^ ,
f DECEMBER 8, 1944
f^oBY DECLARED
ft. LA ov WAR DEPT.
m
BY WAR DEPT.
L,, William E. Jacobr. 28,
I ""limissinK n acUon ?mCe
I*"'!) dead, the War depart-
Kasnotified his parents
1^1 n,hardicr on a Flying Fort-
Artcuby failed to return
L hue after a million over
"f^ Italv He was the son
B^and Mrs- Al Jacoby. 470
eSby^had been in the
^ three and a half years;
ifilnedt" the North African
l^assigruu months be-
l"?,, death He won the Air
lBftfiU- Oak Leaf Clus-
Itf
^J^sincridiarj
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMTTtpp e
CM The Jewiah Wellare Bomd Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
_ttelp Us Keep Record of Our Men in Service
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
^ r\ r\ r\
PARADE!
There are many volunteers in t i < \ t 1 I _
the countrv wh L ,,..?..., .u' A1..^0' Joshua A. Finkel. son .^aw
S-viously in the field artillery
iJXrred to the Army Air
&on his wings at San
^ Tex in February. 1943.
?graduate of the Uni-
ULB of Florida where he
,-SS as campus correspondent
S Herald and was a mern-
ffiau Epsilon Phi.fraternity.
r \ ,dent of Miami 20 years.
LrSe here from New York
iSSded Miami Senior High
JLJ and was editor of the
C papcr^ there.
. Edward J. Roeenoft 21.
lLte of the University of
K was killed in combat
|5i 6 with h,s infantry u*"1* "
Im learned. .
The Miamian. who was wound-
i in action July 9 in Italy, re-
igned from these injuries and
m fighting in the battle for
Ihioena when he was killed.
RTof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ro-
lled. 2545 S W. Third St..
ik was graduated from Miami
Ibior High school before receiv-
bhis degree in accounting from
B university in 1943.
Ipvt Rosenoff entered the
y in Juno, 1943. and went
leas last April.
j Eugene Boral. former sergeant
lithe Army until he was honor-
lb discharged after 28 months
[the service, is now back in
mi. He is in the liquor busi-
i it 169 S. E. 1st St.
CpL Paul Marks. USMCR. son
| Mr. and Mrs, Morris Marks,
IS. W. 1st St.. was reported
ded in action in a Navy De-
tent casualty list.
[OiiIm "Solly" Wescourt. of
mi Beach, was recently pro-
i to corporal, awarded hi*
battle star and also au-
_jed to wear the Distinguish-
JUmt badge.
lleKourt's first two battle
were awarded him foi
ripation in the Sicilian and
M invasions. The third was
las participation in the open-
^ of the wi tern front. Th*
..uished Unit badge wax
t outstanding performance ot
f of the unit" in the invasion
J western Fra i
l^ewurt. former manager of
n Southern Theatrical agency
IJuami Bearh, was recently as-
"i duties in the cryptographic
"Tient of a Troop Carrier
[ty- Lton B. Namoff U spend-
*>short furlough with his par-
Mr. and Mi Nathan Namoff.
"S. W. 7th St. Cpl. Namoff is
'stationed at McCook, Nebr.
|*l Martin Abrams. 19. son
Ik n?dMr> s,imuel Abrams.
[; W. 26th St, is receiving
altreatm. n: in a Paris hos-
lor woun.ls suffered in
1 on Aimihtice day in
I* Mucus. Sound Man 3/c
"short leav. Horn his sta-
*itn a d( troyer escort
ami Beach Jewish Center.
Mrs. Minnie Bloom, 81 years
old and a resident of Miami
Beach for the past 11 years, is
one of the most active hostesses
at the WB Servicemen's Dances
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Senior Hostesses.
Serving as refreshment chairman
for the AZA Breakfasts every
Sunday morning, and at the
Servicemen's Dances in the eve-
ning, Mrs. Bloom's energy belies
her many years, which have been
fruitful, and have been devoted
to helping other people. She has
accumulated over 3000 hours for
her work in this area with the
American Red Cross and has re-
ceived special commendation
from that organization.
Mrs. Bloom's two grandsons,
six nephews and one niece in
the service have, as she said.
"Made me feel that they are at
a home away from home, lure
at the Miami Beach Jewish On-1
ter." While Mr. Bloom was too has been overseas since May. i Sl..|Ce i^aKue.
young to serve in the Civil War.1 1944, participating in the battles | snmUy:
she feels she is not too old to of Sicily. Salerno. Angio .Nor- genjeenian a Pgg^'J*; j^*
volunteer her services in the mandy. and now in Holland. He *-h "" Community Center, re-
SOLDIER GIVES FUND
TO SERV-A-HOSPITAL
At a Serve-A-Hospital Tea
Party, held on Thursday, Novem-
ber 30. 1944, at the Miami YM it
YWHA, Mrs. F. Vogel of S. W.
15th St., Miami, turned over a
contribution to the committee
from her son, Sgt. Norman Vogel.
Mrs. Vogel told of her son's being
hospitalized in Hawaii. A nose-
gunner on a Liberator bomber.
Sgt. Vogel, holder of the Distin-
guished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal and 6 Oak Leaf Clusters,
was the recipient of a gift pack-
age from the Service-A-Hospital
Committee of Detroit.
A hero of this war, Sgt Vogel
in appreciation of the work of
the Detroit Service-A-Hospital
Committee, requested his mother
to further the cause of Serve-
A-Hospital in Miami, by contri-
buting $5.
Organizations represented at
the tea party were: Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of the National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver, Dade Chapter National
Cardiac Home, Pioneer Women's
Org., Miami Branch, Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood, Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Ladies Aux.. Mi-
ami Beach Service League. Mi-
ami Service League, National
Council of Jewish Women, Work-
men's Circle, Miami Orthodox
Congregation, American Jewish
Congress, B'nai B'rith Ladies
Aux. of Sholom Lodge and Beth
David Sisterhood.
etas':
Dlwusatr.n Group, 8 p. m., Miami
Bwrh TM a YHA. Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
Tnraday:
r'holr rehearsal. 8 p. m., Miami Beach
Jowlnh Community Center. 1416 Eu-
clid Aw Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
Wednesday:
Elementary Hebrew, 7:30 p. m. Mi-
ami Beach YM YHA: Study Group.
"The Reconatructlonlst Movement,"
9 p. m.. Miami Beach YM a WHA.
Chaplain Suul Kraft.
Friday:
Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain
Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM a
WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller.
Poinciana Hotel. 1556 Colllna Ave,.
Miami Bearh; JWB Oneg Shabbat.
refreshments served by hostesses
from the Miami Beach Service Lea- _-. *... i-rnTirnrn r\%I
(rue; Chaplain Meyer Mm-minsky. TALMUD Fr-ATIIflKIl \JN
Chapel No. 8. Boca Raton Field: ^ n,m. nnn in
JWB Oneg Shabbat. refresmenta
served by hostesses from the Miami
Service League.
Saturday:
Servicemen's Dance, 8 p. m., Miami
Beach YM a WHA. refreshments
Berved by Miami Beach Service Lea-
Rue; Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m.. Mi-
ami YM a YWHA, 1567 8. W. 6th
8t.. refreshments served by Miami
freshments
was wounded m the invasion oi hostesses.
Normandy on D-Day but was able
served by senior
present struggle.
----------------------------- Woniianuy nn u-uay out was auie ------------,_-___
IT ALVIN SUNSHINE IS t0 reiin lus umt snu,rtly ,?fteT COVERMAN AWARDED
Zmmr^Z^wSy^,YiS^^ He is a graduate of West Point. nDnM7F CTAR IvTFTlAT
SAID KILLED IN ACTION class of 1936 and is 32 years old. BRONZE STAH MfcDAL
Lt Alvin iTiunshin, son of! WSfroTl.3S ^H M^Sv^rnS^^VlS
Mrs. Anne Sunshine. 320 W 25th ; last August to make his home ^*0V*!^J?'g^
St.. Miami Beach, was reported here with his son-in-law and St. was l^aj*?Z
killed in action on August 31 in daughter Mr. and Mrs. Saul ( Star JJ^jg ^ J^V'a
Ilaly- !'tarl' _______________ hospital somewhere in England.
JtifttSmf^W^SSi\ Pic "Lester Abr.m. is now! Covcrman. U.. S. Infantry, wa.
C. B. S. SUNDAY, DEC. 10
The Talumd will be the sub-
ject of CBS's "Invitation to
Learning" program on Sunday,
December 10, climaxing the na-
tion-wide observance of Jewish
Book Month. The participants in
the program will be Eugene
O'Neill, Jr., author and associate
professor of Greek at Yale Uni-
versity, Dr. William F. Albright,
Srofessor of Semitic languages at
ohns Hopkins University, and
Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein. as-
sociate professor of Practical
Rabbinics at Yale College and
vice-chairman of the committee
of Army and Navy Religious Ac-
tivities of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
This program will be heard
from 11:30 to 12 noon, and will
be carried by the entire CBS
network.
CHABAD CHASSIDIM
EXTEND GREETINGS
ittAirUHrVefVVn;,n*'*MH he'illwiti a station hospital some- also awarded the Purple Heart
^idAAuguset ^forTt.Je'^y j when- ,n Italy, --d^-rdf^ wounds received in France,
in Italy, and was killed on his I received here by Im parents. August_ ^ ^ mQnths ^
third mission somewhere in Italy. ..... (ur'a hosoital. Hy Coverman is now
Lt. Sunshine attended General Irwin I. Schwarti. son or w. m active duty in Holland. Yofk (JTA)_New Year
De Witt High School In New and Mrs. Nat; Schwartz, 4580 nn-----------------------------______I greetings to members of the
York, where he was president Ave. Miami Bead J^ 13 CZECHS SENTENCED Chabad Chassidim on the occa-
of the student body. He was naval training at Bamhridgt. mo. ooa^^jw MA7I5!sion of their liberation festival
awarded a four year scholarship-------- 1J ULAin DI iixm.ij and New Year observances, which
to Cornell University. Ithaca. Private Herman Wiener. 3,27
New York, and also attended Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, has
New York University. been awarded the Good Conduct
Besides his mother. Lt. Sun- medal for fidelity. **m' "g
shine leaves his. wife, Hermia .rnplary f/ha^bJ rt tfi ^s,^u Tews." a"Gern^
Cloned" aWaSv"^ 'Via S5* withU oSuMrt W' 7" Transocean dispatch
stationed at Jacksonv sjrvu^ ?^ Amy to Kalv.____ ffom Bratisiava. capital of Slov-
akia, reveals the capture of__a
--------Z., r. \. eveurred on Dec. 5, were issued
Zurich (JTA)-Three Czechs. g?!Uggbi0nL1' Schneersohn. the
. ,,..t..n anH one man. have / ... n.Li__ ...v ... Ha
z,uncn tairt;mice ^^v..^, .
two women and one man. have l W
REPORT HEAVY SALE
TICKETS TO JAMBOREE
The Jamboree Committee of
the National Children's Cardiac-
Home reports a heavy demand
for tickets to the second spon-
sor's Jubilee. The affair will be
held January 14th at the I
Bali. Indications are for an i
sell-out and the committee
the present time has limited tne
acceptance of reservations
those who attended last S
Members of the Jamol reei com-
mittee include Harry S
chairman; Charles Tobin. I
ard Jacobus. Mvron New-man.
" i in.,troyer escort ard Jaconus. nun'"
*e m tl., Atlantic" spent Maurice Cohen. Herman WronK-
mlavs hl''' last weck with or. Ben Slote. Lee Mason, bo'
Hr',>lr 'da Marcus. I Goldstrom. Dave Emmer. A. 4.
wter. 107 N w. 9lh Ave. Tobin_ Ahc Frankel. MogJ
V\mn in lhe se^ice ince Berick. and Mrs. Clementine
ni-______________I Kemp, secretary.
1 J This Coi^Don and MaU To "WAR RECORDS." Army
NavY Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Floridu_
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
Publications. Send onginal
lr copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Coimnittee.
Box 2973. Miami fj^JMj
These will be returned U
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk l*J
they are seeing and doing.
Aromen and one man. have ..ubavitche Rebbe," who is the
been sentenced to death by the th t His message
German occupation authorities OI
"To all Chabad Chassidim and
their kin the world over: On the
occasion of this 146th Yud-Tes
Kislev. Chabad Liberation Festi-
val and New Year of Chabad
Chassidism. I wish you. your
aKia, reveais me lo^m" rjnassiaism, i wish juu. j~
23-year-old Jewish partisan., cniidren and families, as well as
Mark Enstein, who is accused ot
attempting to poison the city s
water supply.
Emanuel S. Seitlin. S 1/c back
in the States after ten month.*
overseas duty, spent a 24-dav
furlough here with his mother.
Mrs Jean Seitlin, and sister, of
2621 Lincoln Ave.. Coconut
Grove. He is now back at bis
post at Camp Endicott. R. I
awaiting reassignment.
Buy U. S. Stamus and Bonds.
NOW and give our men in the
;.rmed forces the help they need
all Israel a happy year in the
study of Chabad Chassidism and
the upkeep of the Chassidic traits
of Ahavath Israel and the
strengthening of Torah and Juda-
ism amid plentiful sustenance
materially and spiritually
through immediate rependance
to immediate redemption.
Word has been received here
that Cpl. Robert I. Shandloft
son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Shand-
loff 350 S. W. 21st Rd.. was
wounded in action in France on
November 24th. Cpl. ShandloM
entered the service in June. Wtt
I ^ Addr
___________Serial No.
esj
Date
Street
.._.. Birthplace
City
Sta'e
|C'V"" Occupation
11 *Tvice
* of Sen-j
ice______
City" sta,r
______Marital Status
Date
_ Discharged -----
Rank or Ra'ing
"* of nearest kin______________________
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8,
Notes Of
Y. M. H. A
-by-
SAM SILVER
Mrs. Shapiro to
Give Book Review
At the next meeting of the "V
Forum Group to be held un
Wednesday evening, December
13, Mrs. Max Shapiro will review
the best seller, "Earth and High
Heaven." Mrs. Shapiro is no
stranger to "Y" members and
to the community in general. Her
keen analysis of the characters
and of situations in books which
she has reviewed make her talks
desirable. A rare treat is in store
for those who attend. Remember
the date, next Wednesday night,
December 13. at the Town "Y"
Teen-Agers to Give Chanukah
Performance For Adults
On Sunday evening, December
17, the "Y" Teen-Agers will give
a Chanukah entertainment for
the "Y" members. An excellent
Krogram is being prepared by
[iss Besse Sebulsky, "Y" Activi-
ties Director. Admission will bo
free. More details later.
Home Camp Reunion
On Sunday afternoon, Decem-
ber 17. at 2 o'clock, the Annual
Chanukah Reunion of the chil-
dren of the Home Camp will be
held at the 'Y.' An excellent pro-
gram is now in preparation and
I a surprise gift will be Riven to
every member of the Camp. Re-
j freshments will be served.
"Y" Clubt
Once again we ask parents of
children to send them to the
"Y." There are clubs and groups
of all ages for your son and
daughter and they will find
something that will interest him
or her at the "Y." Call the "Y'
office for further details.
Gym Classes .
Gym classes for women are
conducted at the "Y" every Mon-
day night from 7:30 to 8:30. Miss
Audrey Floyd is the instructor.
Servicemen's Wives Club
As previously announced. Ser-
vicemen's wives have formed a
club and meet at the "Y" every
Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 4:30.
One of the projects of this club
that should attract members is
the fact that the mothers can
bring their children to the "Y"
and the children will be taken
care of by a member of the "Y"
staff so that the mothers can be
at rest and assured that their
children are being well taken
Care of while they attend tlj
meeting.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services announced through Oreatei
Miami Rabbinical Association are:
BETH SHOLEM CENTER. Con-
servative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach.
I'liiiav evening; service :u 8:1S con-
ducted b] Rabbi Leon Kronish. The
Rabbi will prr.u'h on "The Wml'l <>f
Sholom Alelchem." Can'or Louis May-
man will chant and lead community
sinclng. An Ones Hhabal will follow
Hi,, services with Mrs. Camilla Uaum
and Mrs Clementine Kemp as bos-
teshes Sabbath morning services .it
10 a to. Ualilii Kronlan "ill preach
mi the portU.....f the- week. Religious
School, Sunday morning at i" ">
Hebrew c-lassei tveekdaj aftsrnoons at
I 10 __
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
PYlda] evening services I II Abra-
ham Cannes, executive director Oi the
Bureau "f Jewish Education will
speak on "Lei Us Dedicate and Bdu-
cate Ourselves." Cantor Abraham
Friedman will officiate Reception "ill
follow In the auditorium, dedicated
to the memory of the late Mis B M
Ooodman, Slsteihood board member
Services Baturday at s.:to a m. Junior
services at i" SO s m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Rsform. 137 N.
E. 19th St.Friday evening services
at v IB Or. Jacob H. Kaplan will
speak on "The Penalty of Cm.it
Dreamers!" Reception will follow.
Saturday morning services at n a. m
with the confirmation class participat-
ing. Dr Kaplan will speak on "Two
Kinds of People!"
Scene at the University ol Miami's Hillel Hou*
f*.
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ol Lakewood and Rockaway for 25 Years
Breakfast up to 11 A. M. Dinner from 5 P. M.
Saturday from 5 P. M.
MANAGEMENT OF KRIEGEL AND JACKSON
I)R. AARON J. COHEN
OPTOMETRIST
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE AT
542 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GRECATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17th Ave.Friday evening services at
I o'clock Saturday morning at a. m.
Mli'ilia and Ma.uiv at .V:H> Si haarel
/.e.l.k Talmud Toilili. 1..45 8 W. 3rd
St.. Friday evening services at 6 p. m
and Sat inlay morning combined junior
and senior service! at '.> a in Rabbi
Simon April will speak on the Weekly
portion of the Law. Snalosn seudon
at B:30. Hebrew School daily at 4
The above photograph was taken at one of the function!
recently held at the Hillel House of the University of Miami Th3
campus organization is a branch of the national B'nai B'rith Hilla
program. Student activities and cultural programs are carried
at the house at 3301 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
|> in.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415
Euclid Ave. Kabbalos Shahbim at
:1s Lets Prlclaj evening servioes si
S:15. Congressman Samuel Dickstein
of New York City will be BUSSl BBSS It*
er. Cantor Barkan and Center Choir
will .hint Saturday morning services
at 9 O'clock Allen, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs Irving Shaw will become Hat
Mitzvuh Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
speak on the Weekly Portion of the
Uw. Cantor llarkan will chant Mlncha
at 5:4.i ejalii Maliv.h Malk. h spon-
sored by the Chevrs Kadlshs of Miami
Bench Jewish Center will be held at
7 io s.ituMia\ evening Immediately
following Maariv.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Opening Friday night
forum at 11:10, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will Speak on "The Kalibl at the
Front Cantor Maurice Mamches will
lead In communal singing. Per vices
Baturday at 7 ami '. s. m Ulnnion-
sirs, fnther and son religious servios
will be held at !l ;n I iii In the
Community building. Junior Congrega-
tion serviced ;.t I" :i m with Harvey
Jacobs and Donald Matlin serving as
junior cantors Jeannette Sir will de-
liver the sermnnetts Young Juden
Jamboree will i- held at 1:10 P m
under the leadership of Idas Rachel
Rntdnw Rhaloa Beudos at 6 p. m.
llegulai meeting Miami Beach Mis-
rachl in the Community huiiding nudl-
t" lum at < p m Sunday school from
10 to noon
Stockholm (JTA)The Swed-
ish press this week reported that
the pro-Nazi government of Hun-
gary is trying to barter the lives
of 4,500 Jews for Swedish re-
cognition of the present Hun-
garian regime. The report adds
that the Swedish Government is
making all possible efforts to save
Jews in Hungary without sub-
mitting to these blackmail tactics.
The 4,500 Jews involved are
all holders of Swedish "protec-
tive passports." The Szalasi Gov-
ernment has notified the Swedish
Foreign Ministry that it will dis-
regard the protection which the
4.500 Hurgarian Jews enjoy as a
result of their Swedish passports
and will apply to them all the
anti-Jewish laws, unless Sweden
recognizes it.
In a radio broadcast this week
Laszlo Bankuti, vice-president dt
the National Defense Associatiol
in Budapest, warned Hungarian
against displaying any sympath
for Jews. "One hears on ever
side remarks of misled Hu
garians when seeing groups
Jewish men and women led .
labor service, such as poor Jews!
Do you pity the Jews becaiu
they have to work and mi
leave their residences in yellm,
starred houses?" Bankuti said,
Sydney. Australia (JTA)1
Australian Cabinet will shor
announce its decisions on
Rost-war migration policy, th,
ouse of Representatives wj
told by Acting Prime Minist
Francis Forde.
Palm Beach Notes
MIS. MA1T BCHBEBlflCX
Sofia (JTA)The Bulgarian
Government this week promulg-
ated a decree rescinding the last
anti-Jewish measures on the stat-
ute books.
The law provides that "all
orders contained in laws, statutes
and regulations issued after Jan-
uary 23. 1941 which limit the
rights of Bulgarian subjects or
those of non-Bulgarian origin"
.ire rescinded. It also states that
Jews living in Sofia on that date
arc entitled to reside here.
Another section provides for
the restoration of citizenship to
all Jews who emigrated after
January, 1940. and who were
BUbtequi ntly disfranchised bv
the pro-Nazi regime. Such per-
rons, however, must return to
Bulgaria within six months and
furnish proof that they have I
nounced any foreien nationality
which they may have assumed
since they emigrated.
Cpl. Sidney Dubbin, Army Air
Force, has been transferred to
Keller Field. Battle Creek. Mich.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Dubbin. Florida Ave. A
graduate of Palm Beach High
School, class of 1942. Cpl. Dub-
bin was formerly associated with
Morrison Field in a civilian ca-
pacity and also was employed by
the local gas company.
Bond sales totaling $65,000
were made at a joint meeting of
the B'nai B'rith lodge and
auxiliary Tuesday night at Shcr
Memorial hall, according to Dave
Katz, president of the organiza-
tion.
; Friday evening services at L
I El Congregation were well
tended by visitors and memb
of the Congregation. Mr. 1
spoke on the purpose and
ties of the Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Libby Metz. of the Florida
Wine Si Beer Distributing Co.,
is in the North on a business
trip. While away she will attend
the unveiling of a monument to
the memory of her mother who
passed away several months ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aroniei
Lincoln Park West announce
marriage of their daughte
Phoebe, to Cpl. Harold Spier
U.S.A., son of Mr. and
Harry Spierer of New York Cit]
I The ceremony was performed
| the Concourse Plaza Hotel
i Rabbi Hershel, uncle of
bride. Miss Aronic is a gradii
of Francis Parker School
Northwestern University.
groom graduated from Citv Ca
lege in New York and was
I tive in campus life at Florit]
! State College.
Active in campus life at Flo
ida State College for Women i
Tallahassee are Gerry Haipes]
and Phyllis Freeman,
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DECEMBER 8, 1944
*!&Jk>rkliari
PAGE NINE
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rilh Says
Lefs Echo that a? with BONDS!
Our boys won't quit until they've reached their
goal. Let's not stop buying Bonds until we've
reached ours/ In this 6th War Loan Drive, the
Nation's goal is $14,000,000,000our indi-
vidual job is to buy at
least an extra $100 Bond
another and then an-
otherlet's keep on
goinglet's keep on
buyinglet's keep on
saying it with Bonds
"On to Tokyo!"
Supporting Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith 6th
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MAYORS JEWELRY
16 N. E. lit Are. Miami
NOSSEK lEWlHY-DAVTONOSSaC
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NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO.
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522 N. Miami Are. Phone 8-2219
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"Sorring tho Jewish Community"




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FRIDAY, DECEMBER j 19J
The MaccabeesA Lesson in Courage
BY
HYMAN CHANOVER
This year. Chanukah steps.
out of the calendar into a hap-
pier and more hopeful atmos-
phere than has prevailed at any
time during the past decade.
The reason is quite evident.
During the past year, in a man-
ner suggestive of the order in
which the Chanukah candles
are lit, the lights have been go-
ing on one by one in Europe.
Russia, Poland. France. Ru-
mania Belgium. Greece and
Bulgaria are now eternally rid
ot the Nazi menace.
Our cup of happiness has not
run over, however, for the past
year had a goodly measure of
uneasy, if not frightening, mo-
ments. There were times when"
the enemy appeared to show
signs of his early invincibility
when our invasion forces met
with stiff enemy resistance in
West, at Caen and Metz. and
when the civilian population of
England was bombed out of its
brief period of ease by the new.
terrifying rocket bombs hurled
from the continent. The lights
that have been going on have
also revealed unbelievably hor-
rible scenes of mass murder in
the Nazi extermination camps
for Jews.
The enemy's end, however,
despite his last minute measures
of desperation, is now as certain
as that of the Syrian Antiochus
whose ringing defeat Jews celo-
brate this week.
It is a rather striking fact
that the climate of courage and
bravery in which the world now
lives forms a perfect backdrop
for the celebration of Chanukah.
For, Chanukah has always been
equated with Maccabee. and
other way of spelling courage.
Is there a Jewish child. I won-
der, whose eyes have not be-
trayed a sense of awe and pride
at the very mention of the word
Maccabee?
But the heroes of Chanukah
have not been worshipped by
youngsters alone. The dauntless
heroism of the handful against
the mighty horde has fired the
imagination of the Jew through-
out history, prevented him from
surrendering to despair, and in-
fused new hope and faith into
his oppressed soul.
The story of the Maccabees Is
indeed a story of supreme hero-
ism and courage. It goes beyond
the mere: Sunday school lesson
in courage, however. It is a
lesson in the proper motivation,
use, and application of courage.
Courage is a phenomenon that
embraces a number of things.
As a people for instance, we
have displayed an enormous
quantity of it. Our historical
acts of heroism were ever linked
with the spirit of Chanukah
with a menorah and lights, 01
with enlightenment and ideals
They were always the hand-
maiden of the highest and no-
blest spiritual and ethical ideals
in life.
The phenomenon of courage
has other components. It can
never be the outgrowth of self-
centeredness to be true courage.
It must rather emanate from
deep-seated willingness to as-
sume other people's troubles. If
the little band of Maccabeans
had not made Israel's tragedy
their own, there would never
have been a Chanukah.
The historic similarity be-
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'played on the battlefields of the
I current war and the Maccabean
strugle for liberation is now ob-
vious. Today the democratic
forces are motivated by ana
dedicated to the high ideal of
eradicating the evil from our
midst; there is an unparalleled
amount of self-forgetfulncss and
self-sacrifice in the world; ana
projection of the national sell
into the trouble of others; and
, finally, disciplinary measures
i necessary to prosecute the war
are accepted without much
whimpering. This is indeed Mac
cabean courage, true courage.
This is, however, one aspect
of the Maccabean uprising
which lends the story, more
significance than ever this year.
We are always so excited
about the great military upset
of second Temple days that wn
forget (he very real, courageous
work of the Maccabean family,
the work which began after the
initial defeat of the Syrians. We
thus unconsciously disregard the
period in which the heroes or
Israel displayed their greatest
amount of courage.
How much renewed idealism,
self-sacrifice, and discipline
were necessary to establish s
new order in Palestine? The
foes of the Maccabees were not
merely the external enemies
who still continued to apply
pressure on the little country,
but the more sinister internal
enemiesthe Jewish Hellenists
who obstructed the Hashmon-
ean plans and tried to bankrupt
the Jewish will for independ-
ence. Then, too, the confidence
of the people in the new politi-
cal and social structure had to
be gained, and the Jewish re-
ligion, which had been dealt a
severe blow by the Syrian Hcll-
enizers. had to be restored to
position of respect. To accom-
plish all their aims, therefore,
called for unprecedented cour-
age on the part of the Macca-
bees.
In this phase of their activity,
these Jewish heroes offer n
great challenge to our own
civilization today. We are meet-
ing the problems of the war
successfully and enduring its
trials with fortitude. All this
has required courage, extraordi-
nary courage we never thought
we had in us. Can we, too. like
the Maccabees of old meet the
difficult and trying problems of
the peace with similar courage
and resolve, with the same in-
ventiveness, real, and discipline,
and the same spirit of self-for-
getfulness that we brought to
the prosecution of the war?
We today, on a broader scale,
have our own brand of Hellen-
ists. There are elements in our
society, both here and abroad,
who have long identified them-
selves wkh the basic tenets of
fascism, and willy willy with
its practices. These men. when
the smoke of battle will have
passed, will remain behind to
snipe at the efforts to reset the
world along new, democratic
The desire to compromise
with these sinister forces will
be strong, for the most natural
tendency after the war will be
to relax, to rip away the fetters
that have kept up under terri-
ble strain and tension these five
years. We will be tempted" p
take the path of least resist-
ance.
If it wishes to avoid costly
blunders and terrible pitfalls in
the postwar period and elimi-
nate the horrifying possibility
of a third world war in the not-
too-distant future, our genera-
tion would do well to take a
lesson from the Maccabees. One
thing we can learn, that to es-
tablish a lasting peace, we must
approach the problems of the
peace with as much courage
with as much discipline, sacri-
fice, and dedication as we
channeled into the successful
conduct of the war.
What our civilization still has
to learn, and can yet learn be-
lines of demarcation between
war and peace, and who re-
with the old masters who Hr~ I
Sal e'hour is too UtjH
that to survive, it mil ul
garded peace f^M
of non-existence of war e
By this time we should k. I
recognized the truth tffpJK
like war, must be DlatmLs DCaC-I
be prepared for? with .m.^l
al. energy, and "above"^
courage. e
We are told that whim hJ
Maccabees entered the Sn^
they found only one via?
pure, untainted oil. This w.
tSz^ for only n" S
They did not put it aside u
wait for more to be pressed fti
the contrary, they took th^a
chances on the one vial. MiracuJ
lously legend relates, it lasted!
for eight. w
What the world really nc
is the faith and courage to m
a 8taTt,to exPeriment in a
crated Europe with a pure
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miracle of a remodeled worli
will then come about.
With indomitable hope
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forward to the purification
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PAGE ELEVEN
Chanukah in History and Legend
By AARON ROSMARIN
irtct and Fancy in the Tales of the Heroic Maccabees. The
Origin and Celebration of the Festival of Dedication.)
,.ory tells us that under the the covenant, hid themselvea in
2 of Antiochus, surnamed by j the mountains, ready any m<>
flatterers Epihanes, the II-1 ment to rebel.
^ ... md by his more can-1 In those drct
If jSfnds Epimancs. the Mad-'
t*JnZf Jews suffered many
* .table' cruelties. He en-
ffjel-usalem. plundered the
Eli'desecrated the altar
Erected a heathen one in
fo ace and put to death a
Jnumber of the inhabitants.
The Jewish Scriptures were
tamed, and the reading and the
g$nt,. of the Torah was
Sidden under the penalty of
So? Throughout the country
ST officers forced the Jews to of the
Sounce their religion. The to fulfill
martyrs, however, steadfast to thus set
adful days there
Jived in the little town of Modin
between Jerusalem and Jaffa',
the High Priest Mattathias ben
Johanan. Mattathias and nis
five sons, Johanan, Simon. JU-
Otheri. Mattathias answered:
roliul,n "u deviate from our
i el Won riRht or left" And
When Mattathias. 'thereupon
tfcallv taSi WJho was Hcllenis-
ttcally inclined, approach the
on ih. Sa.Cnf^e' he 'i'w him
1th. SP Then he, his sons
fir!r .l0"0WP ki"ed the of-
altar. dfroyed the heathen
This was the first signal for
I 2S,S"USec"1 Under the lead-
'sonsV M,al,tath ^d his
song, the rebels traversed the
-"-try.destroyed the heathen
altars, killed the faithless Je
U Well as the
of the enemy.
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- -.. ma jouowcrs, inspired
Dy national enthusiasm, defeat-
ed the army of the enemy
which outnumbered them. Ju- '
dan then marched with his tri-
umphant troops to Jerusalem.
I hey destroyed the heathen al-
tar and built-a new one.
Alter the Temple was more
or less cleansed, they began :
with the dedication, which com-
menced on the 25th of Kislev,
105 B C. E., the day on which
three years before, the cult of'
/ens had been introduced in the
Temple. The solemnity, which
IS more ol national than of re-
ligious significance, lasted for
eight days, and its anniversary
was instituted among the- Jews
aa a memorial of the restoration
of religious freedom. Since then
this festival had been called
Hanukah. the festival of the
Dedication of the Altar, or of
the Purification of the Sactuary.
In hagadic literature, how-!
ever, no Jewish festival is so
scantily dealt with as Hanukah.
Rabbinical literature is also si-
lent about Antiochus and his
generals. Even Judah himself is |
scarcely ever mentioned and the
name Maccabee is absolutely un-
known.
This paucity of records may
be accounted for by the follow-
inn reasons. First, because the,
book of Maccabees is not in-,
eluded in the sacred canon; f
secondly, because glorification
of the Maccabean heroism would '
have aroused the suspicion of I
the Romans; thirdly, because!
the Maccabees, who were
priests, illegitimately assumed!
the title "king" which belongs i
only to the house of David. Be-
sides this, in the strife between
the Sadducees and the Pharisees, j
the descendants of the Macca- j
bees sided with the former.
They thu:. provoked the enmity
Of the Pharisees whose views
are chiefly deposited in the I
Rabbinical literature and there-'
lore very little reference to the j
Maccabees is found in Talmud
and Mi.1l."eh
According to some Jewish
legends the origin of Hanukah
is as follows: In order to con-
vert the Jews Antiochus. the
wicked, lent a big army headed
hy h's general. Nicanor, to Jeru-
alein. Arriving there they
killed many Jews. They also
erected in altar in the Temple, j
slaughtered-a swine*and brought:
its blood into the holy precinct.
Antiochus also issued various
dec rees, one more barbarous
than the other. Among them,
was an act forbidding every |
Jew, under penalty of death, to
n8Vt. a lock on his door.
The Jew.-, removed their doors
altogether and lived for three-
successive years in fear of
thieves, robbers and outcasts.
Seeing that his goal was not;
attained, he issued another or-1
der, that every' J'w who owns
cattle shall enslave on their'
horns that they have no share
in the God of Israel. He intend-
ed thus to prevent the Jews
from, eaJJoi the meat or using
the milk of the animals and to
hinder plowing. The Jews sold
all their cattle. God. however
caused rams and other clean
animals to enter the Jewish
nouses which were without
Soors. and the Jews slaughtered
"Triable to accomplish this
purpose. Antiochus prohibited
the observance of the law of
ritual baths, which made mar-
red life for the Jews lmpossi-
d Moved by all these and
FMLSJS
Sat. went to Nicanor and killed
him.
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Jewisti florMian
FTUDAY,



CHANUKA--A MODERN VERSION
(A short story)
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Private Meyer Weiss felt some-
one tugging at him. "Say. wake
up." Even in his sleepy state, he
recognized the voice. It was his
buddy, Jimmy MacAvoy more
commonly called Mac. Weiss and
MacAvoy after completing their
quota of air missions had been
returned to the States and were
attached provisionally to a com-
pany at Camp Hancock.
It was after taps now. The men
were asleep and the slightest con-
versation is sure to evoke a loud
outburst on the part of some
soldier who feels that the con-
versationalists are depriving hun
of some of much craved slum-
ber.
'Pipe down, will you?" came
voices from several Darts of the
barracks.
But Jimmy MacAvoy alias Mac
seemed to ignore the shouts.
"Say, Meyer." he said, as if half
dazed, "who was Judas Maccs-
baeus?" What a question, thought
Meyer, to be asking after mid-
night.

Earlier in the afternoon Mat-
had returned from a week's fur-
lough in New York His furolugh
had one day to run. so he had
hung around in town near thp
camp. A stranger had accosted
hima Jewish business man who
had introduced himself as Mr
Faber. The long and short of it
was that Mr. Faber was havine
what Jews called a Chanukab
party and he would like to have
a soldier present. He would ereaf-
ly appreciate it if the soldier
would come.
"Hie soldier said, he would b*
glad to comesince he had until
midnight to be back to barracks
and lie thought he might enjoy
the Jewish holidaysee what a
Jewish holiday was like, par-
ticularly, he laughed, since Mr.
Faber had promised that the eat-
ing would be good and the win*
even better.
We shall have to anticipate the
fIvor's arrival by describing the
family scene before the soldier
arrived. The least was the great-
est here. There can be no ques-
tion but that eight-year-old
Louise was always the center of
the show in the Faber house-
hold. Louise was dark, charming
and bright and could ask more
questions than Clifton Fadiman.
Chanukah to Louise was
novelty. She saw that there were
little candles and the festive
moodbut more than this she
did not know and Mr. and Mrs.
Faber were not of the type that
liked to stuff the mind. They
were content to let the facts
percolate gradually and Mr. Fab-
er took pleasure in even height-
ening the suspense by diulting
the facts with fiction so that
Louise, as it were, would have
to drag the information out of
him. Thus, Mr. Faber, as the
family sat down in the dining
room, waiting for the soldier to
arrive, dismissed Louise's query
about the dinner with the state-
ment simply that "we are going
to have a distinguished guest,
Mr. Maccabeus here for dinner."
This only served to whet the
interest of Louise and Mr. Faber
soon found that he would hava
to elaborate.
"Once upon a time," said Mr.
Faber to Louise, "a great enemy
of mankind and of the Jewish
people arose. His name was
Antiochus. He wanted to enslave
the Jewish people and to over-
turn their religion. Antiochus had
a mighty army and behind him
travelled the slave traders of his
kingdom. They were going to
gather up the stronger Jews and
sell them into slavery. Many of
the Jews said, 'it is no use. We
cannot fight against this mighty
conqueror. We had better make
peace with him.' But there arose
one Jew, this Mr. Maccabeus, who
gathered a small number of the
more brave people and said to
them: 'Better is it for us to die
in battle than to live and see
the calamities of our people.' So
they raised up a sign, which read:
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and went forth to battle Antio-
chus.
"If their numbers were small,
their courage was great and they
routed the forces of Antiochus
from one position and another
and other Jews caught some of
their own courage, and their
numbers increased. Finally, the
Jews under Mr. Maccabeus recap-
tured the Temple, which the
enemy had desecrated. There,
they found only enough oil to
last for one day, but by a mir-
acle, the oil lasted for eight days.
That is why, Louise, we light
these eight Chanukah candles.
But you must not misunderstand
Louise, Mr. Maccabeus did not
rely on miracles. He appealed to
the courage of the people and to
their sense of duty. This was the
real miracle which won him the
victory. The other miracles fol-
low after that."
It was just after Mr. Faber had
got through explaining about the
oil that our flyer Jimmy Mac-
Avoy came in. Everybody was
happy now and all sat down to
dinner.
The question of how to address
the soldier had at first bothered
Louise. She had at first thought
of calling him Mr. MacAvoy,
later she had decided on Jimmy
but the soldier insisted that
everybody always called him
Mac, so finally Louise was call-
ing him Mac in every othei
sentence getting very chummy
indeed. With Louise's questions
popping right and left, the soldier
didn't have too much time to
eat but he seemed to like talking
to her. Finally Louise insisted
that he tell her the most dramatic
adventure he had had.
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eye. That ammunition plant went
up like a fire cracker. My plane
managed to slip through the ack-
ack, but then engine trouble de-
veloped and when this was some-
how adjusted, I believed that I
would have to come down for
want of gas. To this day, I don't
understand about this gasoline. I
had gasoline for about two hun-
dred miles, but it teemed to last
for the trip of thousand. It was
a miracle, I have always believed,
about that gasoline."
The soldier paused here. Louis*
looked at her father and then
at the soldier:
"You are Mr. Maccabeus," she
said to the soldier.
,' I knew it'" continued Louise,
"when you said your name was
Macand now what you said
about the gasoline proves it.
Daddy," continued Louise turn-
ing to her father, "Isn't he Mr
Maccabeus?"
Mr. Faber laughed, "Why sure.
Louise, its Mr. Maccabeus."
The flyer pretended to get the
point but he didn't. Neverthe-
less, all evening he chimed in as
he was addressed as Mr. Mac-
cabeus.
When he arrived at the bar-
racks, he was determined to find
out about this Mr. Maccabeus.
That is why, he was pulling at
Meyer's bed clothes in the bar-
racks.
"Listen," said Meyer, "will you
let me sleep."
"But I've got to know." said
Mac, "even if I wake up every-
body in this barracks. They
called me Mr. Maccabeus and
seemed to respect me as a char-
acter of the Bible. Who was
this Mr. Maccabeus."
"O. go to sleep," said Meyer.
"You are Mr. Maccabeus" and
rubbing his eyes"maybe '
maybe all the guys in this bar-
racks are Mr. Maccabeus."
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DECEMBER 8. 1944
TJ^IsMhr/dHan
PAGE THIRTEEN
a
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1M4, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Washington Sidelight*: Not
sEuSt leaders are happy
Ifthftext of the Palatine
iSuJon passed by the House
2j Affairs Committee .
J*fLi that the change* in
S"etext made by the Comnut-
Z in passing the resolution
"Lken the statements on Pal-
Xe made by both the Demo-
Suc and Republican parties at
Sir conventions in Chicago...
TrVnow be revealed.that the
LVp Department advised im-
5t Zionist leaders against
SLaing for the passage of the
I Wwtine resolution by Congress,
r* the present time And
En were good reasons for this
Ha Most of the Zionist
taders agreed with the views
J( the State Department .
Coneressman Sol Bloom, chair-
-m of the House Foreign Af-
hirs Committee, thus sprang a
-rprise uPon tne stat* Depart-
aent when he had the Palestine
feolution passed with modifl-
otions which are not at all to
the liking of some Zionists .
Moreover, the passage of the
^solution at present, and im its
modified form, was against the
explicit wishes of President
loosevelt ... It was expected
Hut the resolution would re-
gain pending for another five
ar six months, until the fall of
Germany which expert* believe
nil occur in the Spring .
Political Trends: The Emer-
(tncy Conference of the World
Jewish Congress in Atlantic City
ill shown that there is at least
aw Jewish organization in
which there is no internal fric-
tion .. If differences of opin-
ion exist among the leaders of
tie World Jewish Congress, they
were not displayed at the con-
ference There were different
liews with regard to the aues-
ton of whether the Congress
should organize, in the United
rLZ^ thU0IILl Distribution
on this question were compro-
mised ... The World Jewish
Congress will probably raise
more money in 1945 in the Latin
American countries And the
secret ambition of some of thr
leaders of the Congress is to get
a substantial slice of the repara-
tions which Jews may get from
the defeated Axis if a central
coordinating body for Jewish
relief and rehabilitation is
formed The importance at-
tached to the World Jewish
Congress by Washington, was
evidenced at the Atlantic City
conference by the fact that sev-
eral important branches of the
U. S. Government sent unoffi-
cial observers to the gathering
. Few delegates knew that
the proceedings of the confer-
ence, as well as of the various
commissions set up during the
sessions, were closely watched
by government officials .
Facts and Fiction: The ques-
tion of whether the system of
Kvutzath, cooperative farming,
which now exists in Palestine.
could be applied in the United
States and in areas of post-war
settlement outside of Palestine,
is discussed in "Cooperative
Living in Palestine." just pub-
lished by the Dreyden Press ...
The author of the book, Henrik
F. Infield, a Vienna sociologist,
lived in the cooperative settle-
ments in Palestine and observed
day-to-day activity there .
He is the director of the Rural
Settlement Institute, a researefl
organization, formed by Edward
A Norman, for the purpose uf
He w a lve communities .
Kvua *h.,at & Palestine the
mnmk v.endured because its
?ndftmh'P. ,aCCepted Privations I
ana still tolerate a relatively
low standard of jiving WU
t'hTTn.led^r^13 "*?
me united States or even in
other lands, he so compliant "
he asks The book would be
author displayed a little more
accuracy in checking his facts
. .Although he lived in the
Kyutza in Palestine, his book is
run of so many misstatements
mat we do have no sufficient
space in this column to enume-
rate them ... It is a pity that
the volume was not edited by
experts prior to being published.
A revised and carefully ed-
ited edition can serve a very
useful purpose for students of
cooperative living .
London, November 28(By
Cable)In one of the most Im-
portant documents ever put be-
fore Parliament, the British
txovernment today revealed
many facts and figures regard-
ing the national war effort that
have until now been kept a
close secret.
This document takes the form
of a White Paper; and among
the statistics of Britain's all-out
struggle that appear in it are
the following:
Britain's armed forces now
number 4.500,000 men and 500.-
000 women. (The total popula-
tion is about 47.000.000.)
More than one-third of all
men between 14 and 64 are in
these forces.
Almost half of the women
between 14 and 59 are in the
armed forces, full-time civil de-
fense, or industry-
By the end of 1943, Britain
I had lost 11.500,000 gross tons of
; shippingtwo-thirds of the ton-
nage with which she began the
war.
Casualties in the armed forces
of Great Britain numbered 563.-
! 000 by September last.
One out of every three houses
in Britain has been destroyed or
damaged in air-raids or by
robot bombs; and civilian cas-
ualties to the end of August last
numbered 136.116.
These are but a few of the
figures contained in the White
Paper, which covers statistically
almost every aspect of the na-
tion at war.
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vJewlstiFlcrknan


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8.
Chanukah in History and Legend
By AARON ROSMARIN
(Fact and Fancy in the Tales of the Heroic Maccabees. The
Origin and Celebration of the Festival of Dedication.)
(Continued from page 11)
When Antiochus heard of
Nicanor's death, he despatched
a big army headed by his gen-
eral Bagris to Jerusalem. Bagris
entered the city, murdered and
plundered the Jews. In addition
to this, a royal decree pro-
claimed the abolition of the
Jewish mode of worship. Any
Jew observing the Sabbath, the
New Moon, and performing cir-
cumcisions would be subject to
death. These cruel measures,
however, did not in the least
prevent the Jews from practic-
ing the religion of their fathers.
In order to be able to observe
the Sabbath, many Jews hid
themselves in caves. Antiochus
sent "his army against them.
They demanded that the Jews |
fulfill the King's decree and;
thus save their lives. But the j
Jews were willing to die. rather
than to profane the Sabbath. The
army then burned them in the
caves.
When Johanan, the son of,
Mattathias, and his four broth-
ers heard all this, they waged
war on the enemy. They de-
strayed the entire army of An-
tiochus and only its general. Ba-
gris, and a few others could es-
cape death. Reaching Antiochus.
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Bargis advised Antiochus to
mobilize the entire Empire since
the Maccabees were "swifter
than eagles and stronger than
lions."
At the head of a thousand and
eighty myraids of troops, Bagris.
the wicked, besieged Jerusalem.
Entering the city, he desecrated
the Temple.
The tyranny ol Antiochus
aroused the religious conscious-
ness of the Jews which resulted
in the revolution led bv the
Maccabees Mattathias could no
more assuage his wrath and he
organized resistance He said to l
Hasmonai: "You and your sons,
and I and my sous are twelve.!
CO! responding to the twelve;
tribes. Let us therefore fight, for j
I trust in God that He will per
form miracles for us."
The Maccabees fasted, put on
-ark-cloth and began to fight
the enemy, slaying a tremendu- j
ous number of them God siezed
seventy guardian angels of the
nations, perforated them with
an awl of fire and said to them. I
"Each of you shall slay the war- !
nors of your nation, and should
one of them escape, I will take
your life instead The Angels j
thrust the arrows of the war.
riors of Aptiochus into their I
hearts They also stripped every ;
slain Chief and brought the spoil
to the Jewish homes, for the
Jews themselves could not de-
spoil them on account of the
vast number that had been slain
of the enemy. The Jews thus de-
stroyed the armies of the enemy
and Bagris they burned.
After having defeated the
army of the enemy, the Hash-
monities entered the Temple
which was profaned by the en-
emy, and cleansed it. While
looking for consecrated oil to
light the lamps, they found, in
the pit by the side of the altar
which existed from the sic days
of creation, one flask of oil,
sealed with the ring of the High
Priest. Tins contained oil just
for one day, but by a miracle it
lasted for eight days. They also
found eight spears of iron which
they fixed so that they could
light their lamps upon them.
And so, since the year 165 B
C. E., the Jews all over the
world annually celebrate, with
mirth and joy, Hanukah. the
"Festival of Illumination." On
the eve of the twenty-fifth of
Kislev we light one lamp, add-
ing every evening, for eight
days in succession, one lamp, \
more light, following the school j
of Hillel and not -that of Shamai j
(to display eight lamps on the \
first night of the festival and to '
reduce the number on each
successive night by one.)
The Abyssinian and the In-
dian Jews do not observe this
festival, since they left Pales-
tine before the Maccabean pe-
riod
APPEAL TO PRESIDENT
TO HELP IN CONFLICT
The Hebrew Committee of
National Liberation has made
an appeal to President Roose-
velt to intervene in the present
conflict between the policy of
Great Britain and the interests
of the Hebrew nation, and sug-
gested the President initiate "a
round table conference between
representatives of the British
Government and representatives
of the Hebrew nation in which,
under the guidance of your rep-
resentatives, animated by im-
partial justice and equal friend-
ship for both sides, it should not
be too difficult to arrive at
some understanding and bring
to an end the present intolerable
situation."
EXTEND TIME TO SEND
WORD TO PRISONERS
C. 'Gordon Anderson, chair-
man of the Dade County Red
Cross, announces that time al-
lowed for sending messages to
U. S. prisoners of war and U. S.
civilian internees in the Philip-
pines has been extended to De-
cember 15. Persons with rela-
tives in the Philippines who
age of the opportunity to send
have not already taken advant-
a letter on the special form ob-
tainable at Red Cross headquar-
ters are urged to do so. During
this period messages may also
be accepted from U. S. residents
for British civilian internees.
II
SN<* AT TRo*p$
Hirsch Jacobs. America'* il.
ng trainer for 1944, ,s U
10 other years, is steadTlv
semblmg at Tropical S ,
considerable tnorunSJI
Rroup he will campaM^
Miami area this winter -k
great majority, he statoi
b.ejreshened for The Say'
nod^uWh!ch opcns at "his n,
on Christmas Day p'
Eleven of the Jacobs train.
performers followed the in??
shipment by checkmRin FH
day, with an equal number 3
to come. The latest drat
brought his collection to
while in addition, brother I
gene has half a dozen in S
same barn.
GS
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DECEMBER 8. 1944
HeMstifhrMton
Chanukah: The Beacon of Hope
By JULIUS L. WEIL
U few days, separate ui
I ,hP festival of lights. In a
K toe the Jewish father
*fhisns will once more pro-
Hn^ the blessing over the
hffiwdliKht the Chanukah
"SS for the world, to see.
fTkah like Purlm. is a fes-
fffcthe Jewish calendar
Eh is not based on a com-
S of the Almighty It is not
Sinned in the book of the
Sh law. the Torah. It was
I fowled by our sages who rc-
K the miracle-of the one
STsupplV of oil which lasted
Ii?i week as so important that
IL decreed the celebration of
[miracle for aU generations
Id come.
[ Tie miracle of Chanukah.
liwever is not identified with
^miracle of the oil alone Be-
ta* the Maccabees were able to
wtore the temple to its rightful
Z again, they brought about
Miethinc which the Jew had
rtt seldom witnessed before.
me\y the decision to fight of-
Sfe^5ti.Tw.dS
comanded to take up arml S3
?hlr tS?aJ?IVIne co"nand. and
their struggle was a fight for th
and* hC.Vr f the "-"y Name
and therefore victorious. Our
history proves that whenever
the Jews took up arms on their
own accord they were the losers
However, at the time of the
Maccabees thls no longer held
true. The old priest and his sons
knew that should the Jews of
their time be defeated by th
ureeks, their survival would be>
utterly endangered. And so
came about the spectacle of the
peace-loving Jew taking up
arms and defeating the mighti-
est bower of that time. But at
the moment the struggle was
over, they laid aside their weap-
ons and once more became the
Holy people.
Throughout the generations.
this example of the Maccabees
was the Inspiration Jewish
fighters had. At no time, how-
ever had it found such an ar>
Plication than in our time. At
no tune. too. had the Jews lived
Bete "thVPEM,!0n as "<"
u, a neir enemies intended
to do away with them either hP
jBB %* differ^ rebgious
! laith. or because they wanted
their belongings. Hhler how
cauwlhl-"01 m ** Jews be-
I tause theirs was a different r?
I 'g.on but only bXKftlE
no lWSY 3 race he Jt did
i not like. For years, he did not
, encounter any resistance. The
he HMal a. p.ushover- But what
, he did not figure on was that
I the undying spirit of the Mac-
, StSE" wo^ s?me da* wake up
fha u/And H did' *> battle of
the Warsaw ghetto is the most
, vivid proof of their spirit. And
I the contribution of Jews to the
j various underground movements
, costing the lives of many Gw-
mans is another example of thU
I new faith.
j All this did not prevent mll-
!i?ns of Jews from perishing.
1 The soul of the Jewish people
I has been weakened. The foundu-
, tion is crumbling. But whether
I it will ultimately collapse, de-
I pends on us. We are told that
i the Chanukah candles should be
placed on the window sill to
show the world the miracle
PAGE FIFTEEN
THE CITY OF MIAMI
Upon the celebra-
tion of the Festival
of Lights takes
pleasure in ex-
tending to all
Jewry
Best Wishes for
AHAPPy
CHANUKA
*
Leonard K. Thomson
Mayor
A. B. Curry
City Manager
COMMISSIONERS
FredW.Hosea James A^ Dunn
R C. Gardner C. H. Reeder
which happened so many cen-
turies ago. Today this display
may assume still another mean-
ing. Although we are living a
peaceful and quiet life in Ameri-
ca, we could not help noticing
that the ugly monster of anti-
bemitism is trying to extend Its
sting to this country, too. Is
there any better way of show-
ing our defiance to it than by
displying proof of our power,
and will to survive on the win
dow sill for all the world to se?
Yet. showing this alone does not
do the job. Just lighting candles
and giving them the world to
look at is not THE thing. "Than
same candles must also show us
something. They must havo a
meaning to us, if they are to
have a meaning for the world.
The Chanukah candles mean
various things to us. in them-
selves, their quiet steady burn-
ing should impress upon us that
the life of the human being can
be tranquil if he makes it so.
The individual forms his own
life by himself first, and by his
environment second. But let us
regard the Chanukah candles as
something much nearer to the
Jew, his law, the Torah. Many
of us think of our Jewish law
as something very hard to
bear. We are liable to re-
gard it as old fashioned, and
out of style. No conception could
be as wrong as that. Better
knowledge would teach us
something quite different. Al-
though we may not realize it.
our Torah was the lawbook
from which other peoples de-
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Sunoco Service
1101 S. W. Sth Street
PHONE 2-9565
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A HAPPY CHANUKA
PLAYLAND
PHOTO STUDIO
118 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-9174
MIAMI
GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY.
INC.
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Title Insurance Service
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
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MIAMI BEACH
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rived theirs. The United States
is the best example. Would any-
one call the constitution of this
country old fashioned? The
Torah as impersonated by the
Chanukah light should show us
that nothing can extinguish its
flame. But we all can derive
benefit from its warmth if we
keep the flame burning. Much
has been said about the need
for spiritual improvement of the
Jewish household. Our leaders
have been trying to do just that.
The response has not been too
good. But the flame of the
Chanukah light should be a re-
minder to us that all of us face
a task, to take over the job of
keeping Judaism alive, which
millions of European Jews can
no longer carry out because the
flame of life has been driven out
of their bodies.
The most encouraging mean-
ing the Chanukah candle has.
is that of hope. Very seldom did
we need hope more than in our
present time. The struggle in
which the world is engaged is
not yet at an end. Many hard
days are ahead of us. And hope
is what we need in these days.
The Chanukah candle, which
reminds us of a miracle, tells us
that no matter how hard the
Jews were hit, they always sur-
vived. No matter how cruel our
enemies, there is always hope
for a better time after the per-
better time, we must do our
secution. But to bring about a
best front line troops have
share. Israel is decimated, our
fallen. We must supply the re-
serves. By just lighting a candle,
and showing it to the world, we
may derive new hope for our
future, but we have not yet con-
tributed anything to bring about
this future. When we gain new
hope, we must realize that hope
must inspire us to deeds. Hope
for a better future is only justi-
fied when we prepare for it.
Chanukah has always been a
festival of special significance
for the Jewish child. Is there any
better guarantee for the Jewish
future than the Jewish child?
Our children are our hope for a
future, let the Chanukah candle
show us the way to prepare
them for it. If we do that, then
beacon of hope for a better fu-
Chanukah has truly become a
ture.
Support the Sixth War Loan.
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
VARSITY CLEANERS
208-10 Alhambra Circle
Phone 4-6602
CORAL GABLES
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
PONY CLUB
Restaurant
2100 N. W. 27th Avenue
Phone 3-2865
MIAMI
SLACKS AND SHIRTS
HIGH CLASS CUSTOM MADE
TOM AND CHESTER BLASIAK
TAILORS
14 N. E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-7679
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Belcher Oil Company
1217 Biacayne Boulevard
PHONE 2-7425



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This is a BIG year(
Now Buy BIGGER Bonds!
Her. or* 6 big noiOM fer buying the'
most you con- $100, $500, $1,000 In the
big 6th War loan. War ftonds lv yesji
1. The best and safest investment in the world.
a. At maturity, $4.00 for every $).00 you Wad.
S. The convenience of cash-plus increase in
value!
4. Funds to replace and restore worn-out farm
equipment, soil fertility, and buildings.
5. I"uriJs for educating your children; a nest -eg*
for your own security, travel, retirement.
6. The increased purchasing power vitally'
needed to win the Peace.
mEYsti// American'^ boys are still giving their fives
for you...you can help to save many of them
THE job isa long way from over yet The'
toughest part for our fighting men may
be just beginning. Surely the easiest part of
the whole war effort is lending money. Have
you done your shire? The more and better
equipment they have, the fewer lives will be
lost
WaTfo'th 'costliest in history. Distances are vast; sup-
plies and equipment must travel thousands
of miles, in huge Quantities, to many places.
Doe battleship costs 108 million dollars. One
B-29 to bomb Tokyo costs" $600,000. Even
one torpedo to sink a Jap ship costs $12,000.
Your dollars are needed now more than
ever. Japan continues to fight fanatically for
only one reasonthey think our home-front
, is soft and will quit They know they can't
win, but they expect us to lose. Let's give
them the answerin the 6th War Loan!
Buy the biggest War Bonds you can, NOW
It is a privilege you are lucky to have.
BUY BIGGER BONDS AfOIV/
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MIAMI BEACH Y.M. & W.H.A. VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY FOLLOWING CITIZENS AND FIRMS
The Fruit Bowl. Inc.
Greetings Lincoln Rood
Buchwald & Co.
Jeeeph Daoud's Sons
The Cotton Shop
Park Central Hotel
Kahn & Alpert
Enfaeld Camera Shop
Harry L Magid
Auerbach Paint Co.
Laura Pack
Harry Zuckemick
Russian Bear
Benjamin BlumenJeld
Jacldes Fine Food
Irvin Frankel
Lyon Electric Co^ Inc.
Moss Printing Co.
W. A. WaHy
Al's Sandwich Shop
Shot oh am & Norman Hotel
Twin City Transit Co.
Corsair Hotel
Arlington Hotel
Tropical Textile & Furn. Co.
Silver Paint Co.
Trousseau Shop
M. M. Rippa (Fairyland)
Murray s Lincoln Rd. Restaurant
Sraeel & Jabaly
Louis W. Pokress
Anchor Hotel
Belvedere Hotel
Bernard Sportswear for Men
Bo-Peep Shop
Five O'Clock Club
Jules Gillette
House of Art
Joy's Jewelry Shop
Kurlander's
Sam Lachman
Polly Manning
HARRY ZUCKERNICK
President
1 Lincoln Road. Y. M 4 VV. H. A^-PW S-6319
IACKMARASH
Executive Director
Rubinstein's Fashions for Women
Season's Linen Shop
Sol Stein
Mayflower HoW
South Wind. Bar & Restaurant
Harold Turk
Blumin & Roberts
Sidney Waseerman
S. E. Schwartr
S. J. Halperin
Mayflower Shop
Holleman's Restaurant
Shepard Broad
Joe's Broadway Restaurant
RUDYR.ADLEH
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fconukah Greeting*
HEf PIONEER
HOTEL
151 N. E. let Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PROSE 3-5734
Jo Our Many Friends
aid Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
NORTH BEACH
HOTEL & APTS.
MOLLY ANNA
\WDLAW EPSTEIN
250 20th Street
Phone 5-6502
Miami Beach, Florida
C.hanuka Greeting*
To Our Many
Jewish Friend*
FENIMORE
APT. HOTEL
1200 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
| Kir) We Extend Sincere
Greeting* to Jewry
Everywhere
W0FFORD
HOTEL
2400 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
To AllSeason'* Best
Wishes
PARK
CENTRAL
. HOTEL
640 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, Florida
< II A Nik A
C-R E K TINGS
TROPICS
HOTEL
H5l) Collins Ate.
*lAMi BEACH
REVLIN
HOTEL
Comer 13tli Si A CoUini iv
Miami Beach, FLORIDA
Half Block from Beach
Now Accepting KTvati..n
NEWLY REFURNISHED
All Roomi Private llalh
and Shincen
KOSHER DIMX. H(M1
NOW OPEN
TO THE PUBLIC
Phone 58-2668
ABE MLKAVCHICk
Manager
The Hotel
Situation
By JACK RILEY
Executive Secretary. Miami
Beach Hotel Owner* Association
What kind of "Hotel Season"
may we expect this year? That
seems to be the mast important
question on Miami Beach today,
and probably the most difficult
to answer with any degree of cer-
tainty. All of the signs, which in
ordinary times would assure a
banner season, can be counter-
acted by obstacles and conditions
due to the war and its uncer-
tainties.
That there are more people
j able and anxious to get to Florida
than ever before is unquestion-
able. There need for rest, relaxa-
tion and the health restoring com-
bination of sunshine, fresh clean
air and mild climate which can
only be found in Florida, is also
greater under the trying war-time
conditions. That Miami and Mi-
ami Beach houses and apart-
ments are so well filled should
be indicative of a big demand for
hotel accommodations. Some Mi-
ami hotels have publicized the
fact that, since filled to capacity
most of the year, there will be
little to offer the winter health
seeker on heir side of the Bav.
Then, too, .the promised attrac-
tions, of a longer racing season,
the usual dog track season, fish-
ing, and other forms of diversion
for which Southern Florida is
famous, should indicate excellent
winter business this year.
But any true estimate of possi-
bilities must include the entire
picture, not only the bright side.
And not too bright is the all im-
portant problem of transporta-
tion. Due to rationing of gasoline,
the greater part of the burden
of transportation will fall on th"
railroads and air lines. The
needs of the armed services wiU
be served first and will require
most of the space on both trains
and planes. We are told that no
extra transportation accommoda-
tions will be added regardless of
civilian need.
Every effort has been made to
discourage unnecessary civilian
travel. Greater effort has been
exerted to eliminate travel W
resorts by vacationists. Florida
could suffer the most as the re-
sult 01 these efforts because of
the stories which have beer
Widely circulated about housing
......ii owd-
TO ALL
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
MARE
GRANDE
HOTEL
521 Ocean I>riv-
MIAMI BE U U. Fl i
conditions in the area
all hotels in Southern
m those in Miami
fSS & Ears**
Ida. and can find a was v> -
here.
M
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v..o Fv.-rv advantage o
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250 Boom* wiw
C // A V V a A
i. R E E T I V G S
TO Ah I
KENT
HOTEL
SAMUEL G. WANES,
Owner-Manager
COMPLIMENTS OF
THE
GULF
HOTEL
1321 5th Street
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Edward B. Conklinn
Manager
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
EDGEWATER
BEACH
HOTEL
1410 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Phone 5-5791
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
CARLYLE
HOTEL
1250 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
MRS. ELSIE 5. BELSKY
Oumir
C.hanuka Greetings
to all our
JEWISH FRIENDS
CORNELL
HOTEL
3420 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
GREETINGS
CARD0Z0
HOTEL
PHONE 5-1235
All Outside Rooms
Tubs stnd Showers
Elevator ServiceSolarium
PatioCoffee Shop
1300 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
BOULEVARD
HOTEL
I hide Boulevard anal
and Meridian Avessae
JOHN M. HAILEY
General Manager
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-2161
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
HOTEL
EDWARDS
Formerly E.vans
Edward Neulin, .Mgr.
Collins Ave. at 10th Si.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
CHATHAM
APARTMENTS
1676 James Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Efficiency and Bedroom
Apartments
; 1-2 Blockt from Ocean
OPEN ALL YEAR
PRESEASON RATES
Phone 5-9626
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
BERNI
HOTEL
O. FISCHER, Mgr.
201 Biscayne Blvd.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
BARCLAY
PLAZA
1940 Park Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 5-9861


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ANNOUNCING OPENING
PETER MILLER
HOTEL
and
COFFEE SHOP
19(H) Collina Are., M. H.
Home Style Cooking With All
Baking Done on Prcmi-c
< nt-i inii to a Select but
unrentricteii clientele.
REASONABLE RATES
Under Management of
MRS. BLSABBA HVLSBBOS
and
MR. HARRY McGOWAPi
TO ALL
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
CHELSEA
HOTEL
944 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-0614
MAX GANZMAN
SAVOY PLAZA
HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN FRONT
Private Reach Solarium
425 Ocean Drive
PHONE 5-4706
ABBEY
HOTEL
300 21* Street
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.

I
ALAMAC
HOTEL
1300 Collina Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
BETSY ROSS
HOTEL
1440 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
DALLAS PARK
HOTEL AND
APARTMENTS
HI S. E. 3rd Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
ESPLANADE
APARTMENTS
900 16th Street
MIAMI BKACH, FLA.
EUCLID
HOTEL
320 Euclid Ave.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
FRANCIS
HOTEL
19 N. E. 3rd Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
OPEHhTOHS to try
TO Fill UP ROOMS
Miami Beach hotel operators
Monday prepared a fight to fill
hotel rooms made vacant by an
increasing number of cancella-
tions, they said, which have re-
sulted partly from the failure of
military authorities to release re-
servations, for which they have
no use, in time for them to be
taken by civilians.
Steps to remedy the situation
were taken at a meeting of hotel
men with Miami Beach City
Manager Claude A. Renshaw and
later at an emergency session of
the YMHA on Lincoln Road.
Meetings were arranged by N.
H. Hankoff, vice president of the
Miami Beach Hotel association.
"We don't intend to do any-
thing to encourage unnecessary I
civilian travel." Hankoff said, j
"but we think that people in the
North who have to come to Mi-
ami for their health should be i
told the truth about the situa- I
tion and given the opportunity
to come here if it is at all possi-
bit.
"We want them to know that
there are plenty of rooms avail-
able in moderate price hotels and
we want to have the space the
military is not using made avail-
able to those persons."
Guy Ellis, executive vice presi-
dent of the Lincoln Rd. Assn..
said that he had be*n informed
by several hotel owners of can-
cellations, due to transportation
difficulties.
LINCOLN
CENTER
630 Lincoln Road
BEACON
HOTEL
729 Ocean Drive
EL PASO
HOTEL
928 Fifth Street
GER
HOTEL
530 Meridian Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
MARE VISTA
APARTMENT
HOTEL
Directly on Ocean Front
200 Ocean Drive
e
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 5-9440
PALMER
HOUSE
1119 Collina Arena,
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.I
KENMORE
HOTEL
Washington Are. at 11th
Street and
LESLIE
HOTEL
Ocean Drive at 13th St.
MIAMI BKACH, FLA.
LIDO
HOTEL
336 Collina Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
MIDTOWN
HOTEL
IS6S West Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
NEPTUNE
APARTMENTS
1632 Meridian Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PATRICIA
HOTEL
312 S. E. 2nd Avem
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PONCE
DE LEON
HOTEL
231 E. Flagler Street]
MIAMI, FUHtlDA
OCEANIC
HOTEL
510 Collina Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
THE
PRESIDENT
HOTEL
1423 CaUaV Aveuut[
MIAMI BEACH, PI
R00SEVEL1
HOTEL
1225 PenfylTtm*1 n%
MIAMI BEACH,


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AND GROWING COMMUNITY
SHERMAN
APARTMENT
HOTEL
4218 Collins Avenue
AAMI BEACH, FLA.
fBONE 5-9612
SOUTH SEAS
HOTEL
J75I Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
VICTOR
HOTEL
1144 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
SUNSET HOTEL
and
APARTMENTS
4025 Indian Creek Drive
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
TARA
HOTEL
1021 Bay Drive
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
VERSAILLES
HOTEL
3465 Collins Avenue
UAMI BEACH, FLA.
VIKING
HOTEL
220 3lit Street
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
YORK
HOTEL
321 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
ALLEN
HOTEL
2001 Washington Ate.
MOM 5-5766
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
AMERICA
HOTEL
273 N. f. 2nd Street
MIAMI, FLA.
51. PETE
IS
DEC.)
Rabbi Emanuel D. Rothenberg
the new spiritual leader of Con-
gregation B'nai Israel, St. Peters-
burg, Fla was officially installed
December 3 at 1039 Arlington
Ave. by Rabbi Herbert J. Wilner
of that city and Rabbi Benjamin
G. Eisenerg of Tampa.
The ceremony featured the in-
stallation of the officers of the
Congregation. These include Sam
Goldberg, president; Frank Rabin,
vice-president; A. Sierkese. treas-
urer; Reuben Sabin, secretary.
Board of directors: Max Davis,
chairman; Benjamin Green. Sam-
uel Fyvelent, Harry Mogil, Al-
bert Rubin, Frank Kleinfeld and
Albert A. Esrick.
Rabbi Rothenberg received his
rabbinical training at the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Sem-
inary in New York City. He
studied under the late Rabbis
Dr. Bernard Revel, founder and
president of the Yeshiva and
Yeshiva College and Moses Solo-
veichik. Rabbi Rothenberg re-
ceived his "Rabbinical Ordina-
tion-Smicha" in March, 1944.
He attended the Yeshiva Col-
lege in New York City, where
he specialized in philosophy. Psy-
chology, sociology and education.
He founded the French publica-
tion "Le Flambeau," edited it,
and served as officer of the
French Club. In June 1941 ho
received his Bachelor of Arts
degree "cum laude," and was also
awarded the Samuel C. Lampcrt
Prize for Excellency in Ethics
and Jewish Philisophy. Upon his
graduation, he pursued post
graduate work at the New School
for Social Research, where he-
made a special study of social
philosophy and sociology. He
completed the Central Leader-
ship Course sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Board.
He held the post of Youth
Representative on the Board.01
the Union of Jewish Orthodox
Congregations of America. Before
coming to this city, he served at
the Jew ish Center of Highbridee.
Bronx. N. Y.. and the Jewish
Center of Far Rockawav. L. L
During the summer of 1943 he
visited the pulpits of Houston.
Galveston and Tyler. Texas.
In June of this year he married
the former Blanche Flaks of New
York City, and in July Rabbi
Rothenberg was elected tne
spiritual leader of Congregation
B'nai Israel to succeed the laU
Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld.
Support the Sixth War Loan.
ANGLER'S
HOTEL
634 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
ASTORIA
HOTEL
1910 West Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
CHARLES
HOTEL
1475 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
ESMERALDA
HOTEL
444 Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREEN TREE
HOTEL
110 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HARRISON
HOTEL
411 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
GREETINGS
EXCHANGE
HOTEL
141 N. E. 3rd Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
CHANVKA GREETINGS
FLAMINGO
PLAZA
HOTEL
1055 Meridian Ave.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
LONDON ARMS
HOTEL
727 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
McALPIN
HOTEL
1424 Oc an Drive
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
GOTHAM
HOTEL
760 13th Street
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
NASSAU
HOTEL
1414 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.


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I AVALON HOTEL 700 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. NORWYNN HOTEL 126 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. \ 1 STRAND HOTEL 226 IS. E. 2nd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA THE TOWERS
The fourth annual Mahi Tern pie Shrine carnival and fair now being held nightly at the loca circus grounds. N. W. 23rd St 1 and Eighth Ave., will swing inV 1 a full schedule of special man 1 nees this Saturday, it has beer 1 announced by Potentate Mile I Coffrin. The matinees are being arranged for all Metropolitan Miami school children as well as members of the armed forces here in Redistribution centeia and Service hospitals. The Saturday matinees, open to everybody but featuring the attendance of the armed force* members, will find these men guests of the Mahi Temple with all entertainment free. Special parties under Red Cross supervision are being arranged from all Service hospitals. The featured children's matinee will be Thursday, Dec. 14, when all Datfe County school children will be entertained under arrangements by school officials. The children will be admitted free with all rides and shows reduced to 10 cents from noon to 6 p. m. Despite cool weather of last weekend, the carnival and fair opened to large crowds seeking to view the famous Endy Brothers Shows, the most extensive ever presented here. With the nightly programs starting at 6:30 o'clock, the role of stardom has been claimed by the beautiful and daring Zdenka Malikova. the Czeck marvel of the high wire; Emanual Zacchini. the human cannonball who is shot over the twin ferris wheels, and Mis* Bcrnice in her "Slide for Life" act. All proceeds of the event go to the Shrine's crippled children and hospital funds. HOTEL 332 S. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI, FLORnU


BIARRITZ HOTEL 1425 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. POEVSETTIA HOTEL 117 N. E. 2nd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA TA-MIAMI HOTEL 203 West Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA TO OUB MANY FRIENDS CHANUKA GREETINGS JOT HOTEL 956 Washington Are. MIAMI BEACH


BROADRIPPLE HOTEL 4370 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. BEST WISHES RIVIERA HOTEL 510 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH, FLA. TUDOR HOTEL 1111 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS
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1 SHEPLEY HOTEL 1340 Colling Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. rltfftfllCK 916 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH
1 A HAPPY CHANUKA La GORCE GOLF COURSE 54B5 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-1361 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA The LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. 5th Arenui Phone 2-4072 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANT jr.WI.SU FRIKNDS A.VD PATRON8 KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. MIAMI AVE.
CHANUKA GREETINGS R. C. FLEEMAN Security Building MIAMI, FLA. A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Miami Beach Chemical Co Anchor Brand Products Hotel. Janitor, Sanitary Supplies, Deodorants, Disinfectants Phone 5-4353 824 1st Street, Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI TRANSFER COMPANY 1000 N. W. N. RIVER DRIVE MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-8378 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA PAL'S PLACE 823S N. E. Second At*. BEERS WINES LUNCHES SEASON S BEST WISHES KINNE ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 8900 Biacayne Boulevard PHONE 7-9408
GREETINGS for a MOST HAPPY CHANUKA i "OPEN DOOR" RESTAURANT 600 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-8677 1 CHANUKA GREETINGS E. T. HARPER BONDSMAN Civic Building MIAMI CHANUKA GREETINGS MERRILL STEVENS DRY DOCK CO. 1270 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI PHONE 2-5151 OREETINQSI 117ALTERSON f f BODY WORKS, Inc. 1135 N. MIAMI AVENUE 'billed Craftsman Through tha Vaara" A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SIKES MOTOR SALES 1 831 Wait Flsgltr Street Phone 3-3557 MIAMI
m HAPPY CHANUKA MOLNAR'S Shoe Repairing 8304 N. Miami Avanue PHONE 2Kt4



DECEMBER 8. 1944
^Jewistncririton
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
(KEREN KAYEMETH LE ISRAEL)
Its Origin. Principlee and Achievements
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
, origin: In 1897, at the first
. ci roncrcss, Prof. Herman
tta of Heidelberg, offered a
BflSThS In Basle in 1901
LW? Jewish National Fund
2 definitely launched upon Its
J*fc makmg career. A national
SSSSSwM elected to which.
SSXrs. Prof. Richard Cot-
El of the U.S.A. was named
B first president of the fund
Z Johan Kremcnittky. He ini-
ELj the methods and designs
E collection of funds which are
Sown and employed up tdl this
fc as the traditional fund-rais-
gmethods of the J.N.F.
B. Principles and policies: The
SEASON'S HE8T WI8HK8
LD. HAYNES
REAL ESTATE
U11 N. W. 2nd Avmut
aMMl PHONE 7
BEST W I S H E8
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
SUTTON
JEWELRY CO.
Successors to "Whalers"
THE OLDEST JEWELRY
STORE IN MIAMI
ESTABLISHED 1897
132 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-5996
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
UNITED
KOSHER
MARKET
166 N. W. Fifth Street
PHONE 3-2270
To Our Patrons and Friends
A Most Happy Chanuka
MINNA LEE YOUNG
COLONY SHOP
503 LINCOLN ROAD

Also Visit the
BIG BROTHER SHOP
WILSONS YOUNG
MEN'S SHOP
557 LINCOLN ROAD
SINCERE WISHES
for a
"APPY CHANUKA
'if
S. H. KRESS
&CO.
S10 25c STORE
* filler Street
WlA*n. FLORIDA
underlying principles and by Im.
plication the policies which were
adopted and adhered to are con*
tamed in Professor &hauuV
BPtf1 the project. TtejJ"
HNational Fund ,s to be the
land-purchasing agency of the
Zionist organization; the land
which it acquires is to be for-
ever the common and inalien-
able property of the Jewish peo-
ple, never to be sold; only to be
leased; only so much land is to
ej!:ase.d t0 onc ttler as he
and his family can cultivate. This
land policy protects the country
from social economic ills result-
ing from private ownership of
land. It eliminates the evil of
speculation. When we remember
the wave of speculation in land
^buh took place in Florida in
1926. when vast fortunes were
lost, we can realize the soundness
of this policy. Another aspect
of national ownership of land is
that if the value of land rises
because of the general progress
of the country, it adds to the
wealth of the community and
does not enrich the individual,
who very often has contributed
nothing to the increased value
of the land. It is also desirable
that the land redeemed by the
Jewish people at great sacrifice,
shall not pass into non-Jewish
hands; it also serves as a safe-
guard against using cheap Arab
labor instead of giving employ-
ment to the Jewish worker.
This policy of the J.N.F. of
granting land as hereditary lease-
holds insures that every foot of
soil is used to increase the Jew-
ish population. The J.N.F. does
not interfere in the affairs of
the individual. He enjoys the
same privileges of utilizing the
soil that he would have, were
it his own property. The lease
is renewed every 49 years and
he may bequeath it to his chil-
dren. He has the right to sign
over the lease to another person
with the consent of the Jewish
National Fund. The main condi-
tion insisted upon is that the
land be cultivated; if after a
certain period it is not cultivated.
the lease is revoked and trans-
ferred to another.
It is not fanciful to trace the
idea of the J.N.F. principles back
to the transmitted tradition of
Jewish soil policy in ancient
times. The Jewish law, thousands
of years ago, stipulated that "the
land shall not be sold in per-
petuity" (Leviticus xxv 23). The
J.N.F. land policy Is not only in
harmony with the loftiest human-
itarian teachings of modern times.
but are dictated by practical
considerations, national, economic
and social.
C. Activities and Achieve-
ments. A large scale and system-
atic land policy 0f the JNF
began after World War I when
Sfi^SftT' .***TttS
uniud Mates, declared in favor
HomerCfn"pK,a.Jewlsh MB
tK Palestine, and awarded
GriaFffif Tr Palestine to
Jewish tt A Kreat rush of
ChahiY*iP ?PCrrs'. lhe heroic
from 1m f ockod to Palestine
from a 1 parts of ,he world. The
tta faJSS ^ for ,hem- W'th
i. increased income, definite
it add"*1 HfW' leadership:
it addressed itself with great
energy to the redemption and re-
clamation of the land.
rnmniSfJk'n'S first laree-scale ac-
COmpl,bhrr m lho purchase
L venexu?nsive land tract in
the Valley of Jezreel. It was op-
posed by some, but in the light
of history, it proved to be the
act of a great man of vision. In
the last year of Ussishkin's presi.
dency in 1941 the J.N.F. holdings
in Palestine were close to 60U 000
dunams on strategically located
land tracts in Palestine's four
principle valleys, upon which 167
agricultural colonies have been
established. And, to a tree-de-
nuded country, a reforestation
program planted a total of over
three million trees, increasing
the moisture and conserving the
soil of the country.
The report of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund rendered at the last,
47th Annual Zionist convention
states "despite the restric-
tions and prohibitions of the in-
famous white paper and the war-
time monetary economic and pol-
itical difficulties, substantial land
areas were redeemed during each
of the five war years, bringing
the total of the national land
possessions in excess of 700,000
i dunams. At a time when one
I European Jewish center after an-
! other was being destroyed, the
Jewish agricultural settlements
in Palestine were being increased.
Of the 38 new settlements. 36
were established on a J.N.F. land,
and 23 of them on land redeemed
during the war.
The achievement of the J.N.F.
I include benefits to Jew and Arab
I Yishuv and Jewry of the world
i alike; educational work for the
I and great contributions to the
i present war effort. The J.N.F.
' has added a golden chapter to
i Jewish history and it well de-
j serves the support which the
i Jewish people has bestowed upon
it so lavishly.
,i----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tel Aviv. PalestineAn aver-
age of approximately 1.000 of-
! ficers, nurses, WACs, and en-
listed men per month have
i toured the Holy Land on Amer-
! ican Red Cross conducted trips
this past summer. Furlough
I planes arrive regularly from
! Cairo at the Red Cross-operated
, Army Rest Camp at Tel-Litwin-
sky.
Buy War Bonds Today
To B'nui B'rith Members..
Gmym WRITE B CHECK
' ON THE BANK OF UFEp
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
I
DR. WALTER
K. FOLEY
LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Specialized
Carpet and Upholstery
CLEANING
MOTH PROOFING
DEODORIZING
MILDEW "PROOFING
Rua Processed On Floor
Dry In 3 Hours -No Shnnk.g.
An Exclusive Process
Not Shampooing
ATR SERVICE CO.
66 N. E. 50th Terrace
Phone 78-1961
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Franks Service Station
& Atlantic Express
302 Collins Avenue
PHONE 5-4929
SINCERE GREETINGS
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
IEIIMIIP
764 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
121* WisWnjJon An.. Mimi Uch
5-7777
RIVERSIDE
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
A.
m
1944 CAiftLUC AMBUUNCE
1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT
CALL 5-5319 AND
RUDY ADLER
will make arrangements for your appointment
Embassy Restaurant
1357 Collins Avenue
wa HUNGARIAN-JEWISH CUISINE
All Pastry Baked on Premises
Dinner From 5 P. M. Tel,. 5-6114
I w-
Every Weekday Night!
POST
8 P.M.
1 0
RACES
The Best In Dog Racing
at Florida's No. 1 Grey-
hound Racing Center
(No Minors Admitted)
DAILY DOUBLE. 1st AND 3rd
9PLAGLER
KENNEL CLUB
WEST FLAGLER AT 37TH AVE.
For p.tron. desiring to uiebui t7n"Port"t'"n'e?"^*nl?w*
..rvlc l, offered over th. Rod Adsmi Bus from the
Profession.? Bldg. st.tion. 218 N E .2nd A. vi. It.
N. W. 7th 8t. rout, to th. Army Air Base.


PAGE TWENTY-TWO
Je*tstiflor*0bn
TODAY, DECEMBER
8,
I
BEACH "V RIPPLES
A Column of Activities of the Beach "Y"
Spotlite Starts
Membership Drive
For any one interested in news-
paper work, the Spotlite has hung
its shingle of WELCOME on its
front door. If you have the urge
to write; if you picture yourself
as a potential reporter; if you
would like to learn the ins and
outs of setting up a newspaper,
then Wednesday night at 8 p. m.
is the nite and time to remember.
Buy a Stamp Idea
Goes Over with a Bang
The Amason Club ran a very
successful Snack Bar last Sun-
day. The idea, "Buy a Defense
Stamp-Get'a Snack" was quite
a popular one. Despite the very
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
PHONE 3-3658
A. F. GIVEN
PUSLIC ACCOUNTANT
1430 Congrm Bldfl
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SINCERE
CHANUKA CREETINQS
W. A. GLASS
MIAMI. FLORIDA
HARTLEY'S
AUTO TOP SHOP
1S2 N. E. 13th Street
WISHES ALL
A HAPPY CHANUKA
ItKHT WISHES TO OUR MANY
JBWtSH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
HOME DRUG
STORE
1401 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
PHONE 3-1774
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
87 N. E. 36th STREET
PHONE 7-6693
1 OREETINQ8
from
BOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 6-2040
CHANUKA GREETINGS
PAN-AMERICAN
CHEMICAL CO.
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
334 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3955
FLORIDA
poor weather, the stamp sales
zoomed up and all the snacks
were consumed. There will be a
repeat performance this Sunday.
Bonds TodayThe AZA of the
"Y" has started its War Bond
Drive with one Aleph already
selling a $1,000 worth of bonds.
Buy a Bond through AZAcall
Melvin Frumbes for quick service
5-3572.
Biltmore Hospital Is
Visited by Cub Pack
The Cub Packs had a very fine
rally last Thursday. Parents as
well as Cubs were exchanging
questions for answers and re-
ceiving defense stamps for the
right answers.
The Cubs craft ability is cer-
tainly going for a good cause
They have made about 60 ash
trays which will be given to the
soldiers at the Biltmore Hospital
when the cubs drop in to see
them this week or next. The ash
trays are all good examples of
ingenuity. All kinds of material*
have been used including clay,
coconut shells, sardine cans and
seashells.
The Cubs are still collecting
scrap paper. Call the "Y" if you
want some picked up. 5-5319.
The Little Theatre Group
A hilarious comedy in one act
"Who Gets the Car Tonight" by
Chris Seigel. will be presented
by the Little Theatre Group of
the "Y" under the direction of
Pfc. David Suhor.
SEASON'S OREETINOS
EQETABLE8
ITAMIN8 *
ICTORY
Klefeker Produce Co.
1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. S-8795
SEASON'S OREETINOS
ACE RUG CLEANERS
26 S. W. S. River Drive
Phone 9-1155
AUTO GLASS
Installed While
You Wait
SAFETY AND PLATE GLASS
Glass Parti
1849 N. W. 20th St Ph. 2-7730
CHANl'KA OREETINOS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
COMOBHM Hi'lLDiNO
STREET FIXX>R
PHONE 2-5254
CHANUKA OREETINOS
To Our Many Jewish Patront
and Fnend
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W. 7TH AVENUE
PHONE 2-9701
How about letting your hair
down and attending the Little
Theatre Group, which meets on
! Mondays at 8 p. m. They will
| soon start casting a three actor
| to be directed by Penny Kasper.
who did such a swell job last
season with "Night of January
16."
Big Chanukah Party
Are you between the ages or
8 and 14well, don't miss the
big Chanukah party and Young
Judaea rally this Sunday, at 2
p. m. There will be singing, a
play, dancing the horah and eat-
ing hot latkis. Come around and
bring a friend.
Handle That Camera
Like a Professional
Seymour Brenner, temporary
chairman of the Senior "Y." de-
livered a very interesting talk
on the elementary steps in taking
and developing pictures at the
last meeting of the Photography
Club. The camera club is grow-
ingregister before the club
closes its doors. They meet Mon-
day, at 8 p. m.
Athletic Flashes
The YM & WHA Paddlers
wracked up their fourth Table
Tennis victory for this season.
Monday nite. when they beat
Section B of the Army Air Forces,
4 to 2. That makes it nine in a
row over a period of two seasons.
Bill Freeman. Conrad Kahn and
Jerry Shechter are our winning
combination.
Coach Gus Jacobson reports
his "Y" cagers are coming along
swell on the basketball court
At the last practice. Jacobson
stressed the importance of de-
fense and passing in basketball.
There is room for you on the
teamcome around Sundays, at
10:30 a. m.
Party for Servicemen
Club Spartan ran a verv suc-
cessful party for servicemen
Wednesday. Fifteen servicemen
were present as guests and when
they left they wanted to know
when the next party would take
place. They must have had a
good time, eh?
Dancing
The "Y" is a Busy Bee Hive.
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
DR. W. R MURRELL
SEASON'S OREETINGS
DR. T. L. LOWRIE
828 N. W. Third Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Beat Wuhei to Our Many
Jawlah Fnendi and Patrona
MIAMI COAL
AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-7*68
Tha Beat Chop Suey in Town
Chicken Chow Mein
ORIENTAL
GARDEN
272 WEST FLAOLER STREET
Opan All Summer
SEASONS' OREETINOS
GENERAL
SHEET METAL
1943 N. W. lit COURT
PHONE 9-1437
1!
CHANUKA GREETINGS
GEO.LAVIGNE
ELECTRIC
178 N. E. 20TH STREET
PHONE 1.17M
SEASON'S GREETINGS
OEOROIA CII.I'KI'I'KR
MADAM.NK CULPBPPBR
Tivoli Beauty Salon, Inc.
"For the Lady Who Caret"
Open Evaninga by Appointment
744 W. Flasler St.. Miami. Fla.
PHONE 3-2581
CHANUKA OREETINGS
THE CHATEAU
ITALIAN.AMERICAN CUISINE
1111 Oada Boulevard
MIAM BEACH. FLA.
SEASONS GREETING
Miller's Restaurant
and Bar
"SERVING THE BEST
FOR LESS"
5ID1 N. W. 22nd Ave.
PHONE 7-6289
yet we always have time and
room for adding a new activity.
Nino De Pena and his partner,
Evelyn, from the Leonard Greene
Studio, will give free instruction
to members of the "Y in Rhum-
ba. Samba, Tango and all forms
of ballroom dancing. The class
meets every Wednesday, at 7:30
p. m.
Membership Drive
Sunday, December 17. the
membership drive will be on Its
way. Our goal is 1500 members
and is very easily attainable if
we remember the slogan, "Every
member get a member." We need
workers. Call the "Y"6-5319
and tell us you'll help.
6th War Loan
It doesn't matter which organ-
ization gets the credit, just as
long as you buy Bonds. It's that
extra Bond that counts. Support
the 6th-War Loan.
A BEST investmentA United
States War Bond. Buy often.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
THE BLUE DERBY
On the Trail at 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-9318
Dining Room. Counter and
Curb Service
FULL COURSE DINNER
LUC PLATS
A HAPPT CHANUKA TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
MILLER ELECTRIC
COMPaANY
A. W. MILLER
1101 Woat FUoler Street
Phono 81H77
SINCERE CHANUKA
GREETINGS
MIAMI PHOTO &
SPORTS SUPPLIES
1337 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 3-4933
CHANUKA GREETINGS
NORTH BAY
BOAT CO.
471 N. E. 79th Street
PHONE 7-9591
BEST WI8HE8 TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
ERNEST S. PHILPITT
AND SON
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
38 N. Miami Avo. Ph. 2-5U1
TO ALA. SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
DADE COUNTY
GROWERS MARKET
1260 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 3-2404
Frad Abrama Herbert Abramo
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
WINDOW CLEaANING
SERVICE, INC.
Cleaning Specialiata
Chlmnay'a FiooreWlndowa
168, Michigan Avo.
PHONE 8-5907
TCVJEWRY EVERYWHERE
- It's a Pleasure to Extend
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TYCOON TACKLE
SHOP. INC.
320 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 49-1791
BEST WISHES To OCR *,.,
JEWISH FWENDS A^
PATRONS
Miami Conservatory
W N. B.y.h^. or.. Ph. *
A MOST HAPPV CHANUKA
MAURICE'S
RESTAURANT
110 N. K. first AVENUE
MIAMI. PLA.
CHANUKA QREEt.no,
from
G. D MARPLE
ELECTRIC
233 Halcyon Arcade
PHONE 2.8487
OREETINOS
SURGICAL
SUPPLY CO.
1 S. E. Flrat Ave.
Phono 1-Mej
THUSSES BELTS
ELASTIC STOCKINGS
SEA80K-S GREETINGS
1
SKAGSETH
STATIONERY CO.
U N. E. Firet Street
PHONES 2.8481-3.4081
1482 Waah. Ave.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-08*4
DIAMONDS
JEWELRY
LUOGAGE
NOVELTIES
PROVIDENT IEWELByI
& LUGGAGE CO.
3 N. MIAMI AVE.
PHONE 2-3288
A HAPPY CHANUKA
WABD WANTS
i c-u
AT
VICE'S BAR
& RESTAURANT
SS N. E. 2nd Ave, Phone 3-J881 |
VICE'S IR.
LIQUORS
1048 N. E. 1at Ave. Phone 9-1506 I
BEST GREETINGS
FOB THE SEASON
*
ALABAMA
POULTRY MARKET
1650 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 9-2315
BEST WISHES TO Ol'B ***]
JEWISH FRIBNDS AND
PATRONS
ROME
MATTRESS
COMPANY
N. MIAMI AViNU*
PHONE S KB


DECEMBER 8. 1944
J^jstifhrMton
B'NAI BRITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
i have been asked by our
President if I would relinquish
Se use of this column for the
""Lose of his annual message
CSTchapter. It is with pleas-
" ,hat I therefore present to
lj President Milton A. Fried-
pan's f"i;'l report on his ad-
ministration:
A year has gone by more
npidlv than I realized. It has
been my very great pleasure
god honor to have been able to
rve as President of Sholem
lodge duimu the year 1944. The
lodge has grown in stature in
die community, and has pros-
pered financially, in increase of
membership, in activity and
rope My sincere thanks are
extended to the officers who
UK,i tV18HBi TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
WALKER CASKET
COMPANY
435 N W 24th Street
Phone 3-3689
TEXACO
CARSON'S MOTOR
INN
AUTO REPAIRS
843 N. E. 2nd Artnu.
Phone 2-35M
'cooperated so welL the Auvlli
for yean statements have bn
fyt- knowledge this is t
Sfti T' ,'n lhe history of
Sholem Lodge that we have ac
tually 1000 and more paid up
members. The poidbilffis of
achievement through slK"h
strength are unlimited.
"We have several othe, firsts
to be proud of this yea.. The
Lodge has taken a greater in-
terest in its Junior B'nai B'nth
groups. Two of the chapters won
for the first time all of the
Jn ftlf, St;,, Siema R"
K ft Ml11^ A. Friedman
Tx,Chap^F ln State award
and Miami No 322 won all con-
vention competitive honors at!
the btate Convention in Jack
sonville on Labor Day.
"Sholem Lodge showed the
diversity of its activity by a
positive Jewish program. Two
-MANUKA
'.MEETINGS
DANCHAPPEL
TO ALL
SEASONS BEST WISHES
Mallard's
Market
676 N. W. 79TH STREET
PHONE 7-2892
Ve the students a Passover
Ant. Defamation League
"&gi KiJ&
n- ;"" under excellent S-
ance is do,ng munificent work.
projects this year
a Ministers Institute pre!
,! over by Dr. Abram Sa-
*ar which is being copied by
other communities throughout
g country .In connection with
adi. the Lodge can pride itself!
mi year on another first. The'
National Office wrote: "This is'
the first time, Mr. Friedman.
that wo have received such ex- i
c011.1;"* cooperation from Mi-
ami. The Lodge, upon the re-
quest of ADL purchased manv
such as Under Cover. Sc>
, hat. 1 Mean, etc., for distribu-
! tion by ADL.
"The Lodge and your Prest-
9 i.i were honored this year
by the Port Lauderdale B'nai
B nth Lodge, and the West
h*alm Beach Lodge It was my
honor to have been Invited to
reorganize the Fort Lauderdale
Lodge at one meeting, to install
its officers at another meet-
ing, and finally to dedicate itt
new club rooms. Many of our
Lodge members were in attend-
ance at these affairs. Most re-
cently your President was
honored with an invitation to
address the West Palm Beach
Lodge, together with Robert
Lurie. National B'nai B'rith
War Service Director.
"The Lodge received special
commendation this year for pre
senting to the Florida Stat<-
Guard a flag of the United States
to be used at the local armory
"Some of the outstanding meet-
ings of the year were: The De-
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
grce given new members of the
Lodge in honor of the 25th an-
staVllS f, the,.LdKe. the in-
stallation of officers with Di
nHtm ?achar,as Kuest speaker,
and the November meeting which
Naf addrS* by Robert Luri"
National War Service Director.
Another first for the Lodg*
h>rtShihe '""o^t'on of sending
bnthday cards to members.
tine t evur', of a," of the aclivi-
ll. J %ol,cm. LodKe- tne one
I we should feel most proud of
is our War Service Program
Magazines and books have been
supplied to the Nautilus Hospital
Jia7 and other military es-
tablishments. More than 125
girts were sent to members in
5*ce. On behalf of the Lodge
i have been corresponding with
our servicemen at the rate of 130
letters per month.
, "The largest project tnis year
ior the Lodge, in cooperation with
the Auxiliary IS the outfitting of
the recreation and day room at
the Nautilus Hospital, at a cost
of approximately $2500.00. The
funds have already been raised,
plans completed and furniture
ordered.
"There are two more projects
undertaken by the Lodge this
year which are also firsts, and
which we should take great pride
in. First, the Lodge has participat-
ed in three War Bond Drives thi.
year, and has been intrumental
in the sale of eight million dol-
lars worth of bonds, and have
purchased and named thre.
bombers and two ships. For our
outstanding efforts during these
drives the Treasury Department
gave the Lodge a Certificate of
Merit. I understand that only one '
other organization in Dade Coun-
ty received such a award. The
other major achievement is our
donation of blood. I am informed
by the Dade County Blood Bank
that Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
has secured the donation of more
blood than any other organiza-
tion in Dade County. I believe
this is perhaps the outstanding
achievement of the year. The
committee heads were Abe
Aronovitz in Miami, and Rudy
Adler in Miami Beach.
"In conclusion I again extend
my thanks to the Lodge for the
opportunity of serving as its
President during this year, and
I offer my very best wishes for
continued success to the new ad-
ministration.
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PHONE 2-4634
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WISHES ALL
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"TABLE-TESTED"
POULTRY and EGGS
Strictly Freeh Eggs
Freeh Killed Poultry
W. P. CORBITT
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PHOHEMOSt -
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KITCHEN
216 N. E. 79th Street
MIAMI
PHONE 7-4292

A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
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COMPANY
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 3-0090
*
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JEWISH FRIENDS ANP
PATRONS
WHITE BELT
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Ph 72411
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from
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*
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JEWISH FRIENDS AMD
PATRONS
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the sinus
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Range Service
40 S. W. 22nd Avenue
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Not Incorporated
1100 West FUgler Street
Phones: 2-38112-3133
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends end Patrons
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Your Local Ford Dealer
HUSKAMP
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212 Alhambra Circle
PHONE 4-2536
CORAL GABLES
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TO OUR MANV JEWISH
FRIENDS
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& CO.
: 10-2SC STORE
1801 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
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105 108 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 2-SS40


I

PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
vJewlsti Fhrkflan
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation Leaque
Some of you may have noticed
the fine, pro-Democratic cartoons
which are printed from time to
time in the Miami Beach Sun-
Tropics. Sponsored by "Appreci-
ate America," these cartoons are
printtd in 1,856 publications hav-
ing a circulation in excess of
26 million. Incidentally, a word
of praise is due John Montgom-
ery, the publisher of the Sun-
Tropics. An outstanding citizen,
Montgomery has consistently
fought in the columns of his
paper the hate mongers and the
breeders of disunity. His news-
taper is a bulwark of Democracy.
Both the Congress of Industrial
Organizations (CIO) and the
American Federation of Labor
unanimously adopted strong re-
solutions against anti-Semitism at
their recent National Conven-
tions. The CIO is implementing
their resolution with a thorough
educational program which eYUl
reach their six million members
and their families. Says the CIO
resolution in part:
"The Congress of Industrial Or-
ganizations, from the first day
of its birth, never had any room
in its midst for' race hatred. r>-
ligious bigotry and anti-Semit-
ism.
"American labor knows well
that anti-Semitism and race
hatred have ever been the foes
of organized labor. Scratch a
.Tew baiter and you find a labor-
baiter. List the names of the fi-
nancial backers and promoters of
the organized anti-Semtic move-
ment and you have the names
of the most outspoken enemies
of the American labor movement, i
"Anti-Semitism seeks to under-
mine the very foundations of the !
trade union movement. It seeks
ask lor
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WEINERS
CORNED BEEF
PASTRAMI
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II You Are in Need of Kosher
Zion ProductsCall
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Provision
C-O., Inc.
Operated by
Pearl Bros.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-6141
to set worker against worker, it
seeks to uphold discrimination
against workers because of their
religion or race and it seeks to
keep labor divided. This alone is
sufficient to make the CIO the
undying enemy of anti-Semitism
and racism in any form.
"But the anti-Semitic menace
is much greater than that. Anti-
Semitism threatens the unity and
democracy of the entire American
nation and the freedom of all
peoples. It violates the American
democratic tradition and endan-
gers the great unity of Ameri-
cans of all classes which is so
necessary for the winning of the
; war and the winning of a last-
ing, just peace, to which the CIO
is dedicated with heart and soul.
"The horrible years of the Hit-
ler terror have taught decent
men and women the world over
that anti-Semitism is one of the
foulest instruments ever devised
to enslave and crush nations.
This lesson was learned the hard
way. through oceans of blood and
the dimming of the light of free-
dom in many parts of the world. I
We shall never forget that anti-'
Semitism was one of the key,
props of the International Nazi
conspiracy to conquer freedom |
everywhere
The death camps at Midenek
and Trembhr.kathe organized
systematic extermination of five,
million Jewsaxe eternal re-
minders of the monstrous crime
against humanity that anti-
Semitism is "
You can't qur now! You
must continue to buy Bonds, and
More Bonds!
HAT
HEN
HERE
LEGAL NOTICES
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
ISM N. W. 7th St. Pit. 1.7101
Brit car* for chronic elok, conva-
'acenl and elderly worn
SANEL BEER. M. D.. Director
Reasonable PNcea
^I'ti autifut Qreundi^B
BALLANTINE'S
ALE %>
America I Fintst Since 1840
DISTRIBUTED BY
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC.
Friday. Dec. 8:
An;, i i. .in Jewish Congress, Wom-
n'a Division. Friday K.vi.w. 1:30
p. m.. Planning CommlttM >f the
Army-Navy Committee. Federation
Office. 1:30 p. m.
Sunday, Dec. 10:
lie'h Jacob Chnnukah program
sponsored by Um Sleterhood. Ml*
uml Batch High School auditorium,
t-vrnlim; Hi-th Sholcm Sisterhood
Cube Night, refreshments for mem-
ban and friends; Bath David Con-
tiaHllllll. annual dinner and elec-
tion of officers, 6 p. m. at lleth
David.
Monday. Dec. 11:
11. i.i-;-.> i regular meeting, 2 p. m.;
Qreater Miami Jewish Federation
Budget Committee meeting. p. in.;
Pioneer Women. Miami chapter.
Chnnukah Concert, Miami Beach
Senior nigh, x p. m Sunday School
Teachers Seminar conducted by
the Hum an of Jewlxh Kducntloll.
Temple Israel. X p. m.; Cardiac
Home. S p. m.
Tueaday. Dec. 12:
Miami Beach Service league.
Beach, 2 P m.; II mil B'rlth Sholem
1 Ik and l.-iilies Aux. and Young
Women of Sholem I. B.-ach "Y," 8 p. m; National Car-
diac Home. Dade chapter, bingo
party, evening; Adult Chorala Hing-
ing Woclety. sponsored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education In rn-
operation with the "Ya" and Af-
' lite,I Congregation-., Miami
Beach Jewish Center. 8 p. m.
Wedneaday. Dec. 13:
Beth Jacob Adult Institute. 8-10
p m Workmen'* Circle Branch
No. 692. executive committee. 8:30;
\ Miy-.Navy Committee meeting,
Federation Office. 3:30 l). m.; Na-
tional Cardiac Home, Made chap-
ter, board meeting. 10:30 a. m. reg-
ular meeting. 1:30 p. m ; Miami
Beach Jewish Center Adult courses
In conjunction with the Bureau of
Jewish Education and sponsoring
organization*. 8 p. m.
Thursday, Dec. 14:
Vl'ilt courses sponsored bv the
Bureau of Jewish Education. Beth
David and Tempi- Israel. lleth
Iavld, s p, m.
Friday. Dec. IS:
National Council of Jewish Women
Forums
Saturday, Dec. 16:
Miami Hetrh Jewish Center Sister-
hood. Oame Night. Iatlo of Center.
8:30 p. m.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring: to encage
in business under tho fictitious name
of PECK MERCANTILE CO. at 28
N. W. 4th St.. Miami. Florida. Intenda
to register the aaid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LOUIS E. PKCKRKMAN.
11/10-17-24 11/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned la engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
s'KMINoLE ART CRAFT in Miami.
l-"!ei Ma. and Intends to register the
snld fictltloua name in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County, Florida.
BELLE WESSON.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underaigned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictltloua name of
MIAMI TOP SOU. CO. at 2136 8. W.
6th St., Miami, Florida, Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad* County
Florida.
EDWARD AI^PER.
Owner.
11/24 12/1-8-16-22
raDAY1J)ECEMBER
^egaTTtot1ces~
NOTICE IS HERFRV~"7T^r-
the underaigned dSESI VBH
Sned desiring to
that
business under the ftf,< ? ,-nK la
El I HEN REICH'S LITTLK "?
(SARIAN K08I1KR REST AI tn .JIUN-
217 6th Street. MlanYl Hea.V A?T'
Intend to register The ial3T. 5*"*.
the Clerk of the Circuit cJ?m? ""h
County. Florida. Oourt "' Dd
MEYERS A WEITZMAN
Attorneys for applicants
11/17-34 U/l-8-16 w'"*nw-
NOTICE IS HERERY GIvTiTTT:
the, undersigned, desiring in..'**1
engage.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BUSINESS SALES CO. at 74 W
Flngler St.. Miami, Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Oourt of Dade
County. Florida.
FRED A. TRACY
. Sole Owner
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant
12/8-15-22-29 1/5
In bualneaa under the fin it,,,,,. .
ALBERT BARON
IRVIN DWORKIN.
LEON KAPLAN. Owner*.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/17-24 12/1-8-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'HVKNthTT
the undersigned la engaged In buai
ness under the fictitious nams of
YOUNQ'8 SANDWICH 8HOPat 8
ft. Miami Ave. Miami. norVlat^"
lL,^n<,it0.ureg,.er ll" ""ld ltltlou
name In the office of the ciet-k of th.
Circuit Court of Dade County FWrlu
MORRITZ YOUNa '**'
SILVER. KA^N iW"1
.2/1!,.S^22^>2.fl,/r6APPllCan,',
NOTICE IS HERESY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of TAMIAMI REFRIGERATOR SUP-
PLY at 1S90 S. W. 8th St.. Miami.
Florida. Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dnde Countv. Florida.
MARK (1 KAPLAN-
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
12/8-15-22-29
FURRIER
GLAZING
SPECIALISTS
PLATINA
LABRADOR MINK
SILVER FOX
JACKETS COLLARS
REPAIRSREMODELING
STORAGE
JOHNSTETT
107 N. E. lit Are. Ph. 2-7723
Roomi 222 226
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of ROXY OKILLK at l07 8. W. 8th
Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to
register the snld name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
JACK KAUFMAN
ARE ROSENTHAL
MYERS & H El MAN.
Attorneys for Applicants
l2'S-ir.-22-29 1/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagt
in business under the fictitious name
of TICONA MERCANTILE CO at
343 8. W. N. River Drive. Miami
Florida. Intend to register the said
namo with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
ANN NADLER
HARRY TIHCHLF.lt
SEYMOUR PROTZKL
HERB H. COHEN
SILVER, KAPLAN A DIETZ.
Attorneys for Applicants
12/1-8-15-22-29
Dr. Louia G. Lytton
newly elected president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of THEMARIIOR APARTMENTS. 121
N \V. 3rd AVenue, Miami. Fla.. In-
tend to register the said name with
Hie ( lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
DANIEL ZAVARSKY
ABRAM WASSERMAN
DIANA COOPERSafTTH wn*'r"
.A,".Vr,J."v f"r Applicants
12/S-K.-22-29 1/;.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tin- fictitious name
of THE SEA SIDE." 7118 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends
10 register the said name with the
l.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
OoLDlH K. BI.ACK
7118 Collins Avenue
. Mlnml Beach. Florida
MoltKis HERICK
Attorney for Ooldle F Black
M6 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
I2/8-IS-2J-W l/r.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the underaigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WHITE ROSE IJVE Pol'I.TRY
KOSHER MARKET, Miami. Florida.
Intenda to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court uf Dads
County, Florida.
SAM ELOISON.
BBRNHARD KAS9
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the underaigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictltloua name
of BKNRUS MARKET at 11C6 B W.
27th Ave., Miami, Florida. Intend to
register the said name with tho Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade t'oontf.
Florida.
BENJAMIN BOSK1N.
RUSSELL BULLMAN.
ROBERT BHAEFFKR
MAX R SILVER.
Attorney for Applicants
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
J. W. V. COMMANDER HONORS WAR DEAD
CIRCUIT COURT 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
.SuN^A KANTERS,
Plnlntlff
JOSi'A KANTERS,
1 >ef. ndant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
You, Josun K.-inters, are hereby re-
quired to file your appearmnce In
above divot,-,, action n or before
December M, 1944 or decree pro COtl-
reaao will be entered
I ttted Novemb, i 22 II11
E. B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
By WM w STOCKJNO D c
I' ir.ult Court Seal!
11 21 12 1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
1 HAI'TER 17467 ACTS OF IM
FILL a >;::;
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
.a/- M^TELLRR. holder of stat.
,'':'' "u,l,'v Tax Certirioatea No. ii67l.
I,,, '"',' 14S"'. Issued lb.- 3rd day of
June AD lt.40. has filed same in my
orru lir,d has male application for
ta* deed to be laaoad thereon, Bald
ifientes embrace the following de-
r".''. w l'r,'i";u- In the County of
Dade, state of Florida, t. wit;
ILot IJ, Hl.sk 1.1. Miami c,t,.way
Amended, .. Bub., llai H,s.k 2s. iMg..
H, ii the ounty of Dole. State 61
\ ".;--"' Jll"''r!l.....' '" Certificate
a 116.B. The asM-asiliellt of
NOTICE IS HKREHY OIVBN that
the undersigned, deeirlng to engage
in buslneos under the fictitious name
of EMPIRE PROVISION CO at 311
Northwest Seo.nd Avenue, Miami.
Florida, Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
ISAIK>RE KOSTINER
JOSEPH BLOCK
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of RODEO RESTAURANT ANI> AR
at 1488 Coral Way, Miami. Florida.
Intenda '> register the spld name, with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade
County. Florida.
JACK BERNARD.
MYERS A HKIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/10-17-24 12/1-K
NOTICE IS HKRKIir OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictltloua name
of CAROL NOVELTY CO., at 1
Meridian Ave. Miami Beach, I-lorid*.
intend to regiater the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f I'ana
County, Fioii.i.,
BENJAMIN REDAN
HENRIETTA H'lNIO
i lv>
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicanta
11/10-17-21 II 1 I
snld
name
said
Certificate
of A A
Arrl.ie H. Greenberg. National Commander of ll.r jewi.l.
\\..r \eterana, places wreath on tomb of Unknown Soldier in
iltS Wor?,, winS" ^ ^ha,f ,^2^000 jewigh velerar..
now 7 Irvte "" mre ,a" "^ ^^ **** mCD
property under the
' .- in ths
I \\ llleill
1 i,l"!,'l Ba?S Ii MI-"' O'lteway
Amende,!, a Ub., Plat |i,w>k 2M. Page
In th. I oUI,t> of Da.le. State of
v'. I -:'" '""c...| | Certificate
nnU*t I '"""""nient of said
'',"> ""*1.-r ''' aald .ettlflcate
lt was In the name f A. A.
\ m'.",! i't '"'.""l1 ;o M,,ml Onteway
Amended, a8Ub, Plat Book 21. Page
Florid,. '"" """.'>' ,,;,*,- *<'" ''
hS wkw* jwnbrtusad in Certificate
;,r.^.;. Th" "SHeHsmellt of said
ri.'""r,w""' -1'' '-rllficate
l",.rv. *,",'" ,h" nnm" "< KS* W.
.u'^h1"' Hal'1 ir-rtlficatA,, hn b, rr.
deemed according U> l,w, the prop-
E',a;^^'2!
lwV'""1 !h'" 2' of November.
VB. LKATHKRMAN.
J lik circuit Court.
(Circuit Court*Se.lVUnly- ^^^
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, now doing '"*<
under the flctltloue luim- ol *
BESS APARTMENTS at HI Weal
w, Miami Beach, Florida,
to register the amid name
clerk of th.- Circuit Court > "
Countv. Florida. ...
ISA I miRE TEN1UIK M.
SAM TENPIUCH.
EDYTHE TENDRICH,
HELEN TENDRICH
11,10-17 21 12/1-8
Notice is hereby given th.t the m
dereigned, desirliig to engage '"""*,
ness under the flcltlou; "'"".
MIAMI MEN'S WEAR CO. "t &;
US N E 1st Str.-^t. Miami intend to
register said name In the <''"'', "'.,'
clerk oi the Circuit court "' I,*a"
Count>. Florida ,MH
OEORC.K O. API.1--'-
MILTON AI'IKK
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant-
11/24 lS/1-l-le-a
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN^
the un-lerslgmvl. M^.SL/gSS
In business under the '''' '. ,, S30
of MELANTE OIFT BHOT ;,> Vh.
Washington Avenue. M'"'",|,.' M|,l
Morida. Intends to register th.
iiurne with the Clork "' th,.,1
Court of Dole 'WJ^Vs
12/1-8-15-22-29
NOTICE IS HERF.HT OlVrttj|
the undersignesl. desiring t. _<,
In business under the tietUM> jn
of ANSONIA APARTMENTS at
21st St.. Miami Beach. Florida inte^
Brj)nraMtt H.
County, rk*-^. TBNDWCII"
BESSIE TK.M'ltK "
11/16-17 24 lf'1-8