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The Jewish Floridian ( December 15, 1944 )

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i^BlJslhJEIliDiPiidliiaun T^^^THE JEWISH UNITY f OWL THE JEWIS H WEEKLY VOLUME NUMBER 50 MIAMI 18 FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS Iff NT FID EFFORTS feprescntatives of. four of MiiJ£ leading organizations met M Tuesday afternoon in the g K of ,he Greater Miami JewlyT federation and formally l*fw-up a cooperative agreenl calling for a unified capi[ m fund-raising program. Sponsored by the Federation l following a survey by its comnitteo on community planning, Lorescntativcs of the Miami and K Beach "Vs". the Hille foundation of the University of Hiuni. and the Bureau of Jewit Education officiary signed mreements this week which were I previously ratified by the indifjjual organizations at their %  wtmEs. These organizations. th the cooperation of the Fedention, immediately instituted %  tens for the raising of capital Inds to be used in post-war lians calling for the erection of modern structures to house the erganaations and provide adeC le facilities for the members. is will be raised from time I to time through a campaign •nunittee. on which all of the Ranizations will be represented, and placed in a fund for building and equipment purposes. allocation of these monies will [ k made by a special committee Isjpresentalive of all the organoations. I Plans of the cooperative fundraising committee will be made public as soon as they are completely formulated. JDC MINIMUM NEED IS $46.570.000_FOR 194 5 New York (JTA)—The Joint I Distribution Committee will need a minimum of S46.570.000 to finance Jewish reh.f and rehabilit-' ation work in Europe in 1945. it was announced here at the 30th annual meeting of the JDC, ( at the Hotel Commodore, attended by 2,000 Jewish community I leaders from all parts of the | country. The BE TABLED FOR Washington (JTA)—The Senate Foreign Relations Committee „. I aw ruieign neiauons Lummiuec the announcement was made. this week voted 12 to 8 to table by Joseph C. Hyman, executive | the Wagncr-Taft resolution on vice-chairman, addressing the Palestine which asks for unregathenng. "The JDC allocated | stricted immigration of Jews to $20,400,000 in 1944," Mr. Hyman Palestine and for the ultimate said. "It is a conservative estimate that if a million and a half Jews survive in non-Russian Europe, at least a million will need help in one form or another. Many will need more than emergency assistance—they are without property, means of selfsupport and source of income. To finance these lestine and for the ultimate establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth there. No action will be taken on the resolution during the present session of Congress, Senator Tom Connally, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, announced. He also revealed that his committee had acted pursuant ^w KK .-.. •...*. ........ v,. ...vv,...,.. w nls commiuee naa aciea pursuant finance these unfortunates will t0 tne State Department's feelrequire funds unparelleled in the ; ing tnat action on the resolution history of private philanthropy." i now wou id be undesiring owing TRIAL OF TERRORISTS TO OPEN THIS MONTH Jerusalem (JTA)—Trie trial of the two Palestinian terrorists charged with the murder of Lord Moyne will open in Cairo this month, according to an official communique issued there. _.idesiring owing to the current international situation. Secretary of State Edward R. | Stettinius, Jr. testified before the Foreign Relations Committee %  prior to the vote. Earlier he rej ceived a delegation of Zionist i leaders composed of Dr. Abba | Hillel Silver, Dr. Stephen S. Wise I and Dr. Israel Goldstein. A statement issued after the Proceedings will open as soon; vo t e by the State Department as a certain vital information is ; emphasizes that the department obtained in Palestine. Although I considers passage of the Palesthe trial will be held under martine Resolution at the present tial law. five civil judges will j time "unwise." The statement preside. Arabic will be used in | reads: the court, but Hebrew and English interpreters will be present. Many witnesses are expected to be called from Palestine and Egypt JEWISH LEADER DIES K GERMAN PRISON Moscow (JTA)—The Jewish tali-Fascia Committee this week %  ported th.it Dr. Jacob Vigodsky, KkB-year-old well-known Vilna Jewish leader, perished in the pTilna pn-ori during the German wupation. and that Noah PrilutMky. fonner Warsaw Jewish leadMi, and famous phililogist. who %  1941 wa appointed by the uthuam,!" Government to the jwly-ci. % %  '' %  i chair for Yiddish I Jsnguai>iat Vilna University, was *ot by tl i Ge tapo. QUARTERLY MEETING OF DIRECTORS DEC. 21 Regular quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will take place on Thursday, December 21. at Kaplan Hall, of Temple Israel. VM N. E. 19th St.. at 8 p. m. The report of the budget committee will be presented and will determine the goal for the 1945 campaign when acted upon by the directors. FIVE EXECUTIONERS ARE HANGED IN LUBLIN Moscow (JTA)—Five German %  RUtioners who were captured jttneMaidanek death camp were •jnft-d last week in the presence 20,000 persons, the Moscow Jw reports. The executions took rrJ n '' Public square in Lub!" The Nazis were convicted by ••pecial court of the Polish Comf""ee of National Liberation in Lublin. JJTI-BiASLAWS URGED j AT COMMISSION MEET I. N v York (JTA)—Anti-bias [ *JJtio n -with teeth in it was | £sw here at hearings conducted g the State Commission Against ^nmination on the question £ legislation barring racial or I "''Rious prejudice by employers. Jwpresentatives of CIO unions. lurches, svnagogues. and legal >s urged enactment of meas"Resolution pertainTng to Palestine have recently been before I the appropriate committees of the Congress, and the Senate I Committee on Foreign Relations I has inquired as to the attitude of the Department of State towards these resolutions. "The Department has the utmost sympathy for the persecuted Jewish people of Europe and has been assisting them through active support of the work of the War Refugee Board and in every other possible way. The Department considers, however, tnat the passage of the resolutions at the present time would be unwise from the standpoint of the general international situation and has so informed the Senate Committee on Foreign Relai lions." The Ami rican Zionist Emerg| ency Council, which represents major Zionist organizations m WELL KNOWN CHEMIST GIVEN ORDER OF LENIN Moscow (JTA)-PTOf. Jacob |, Parnaa. well known chemist who; the Un. ed States, ^ 111( nl lssue d sari, >3 teHra* --ui K rti enactment or meur"<"untaining sufficiently strong £"*' s and powers of encorce£?' '" make them effective. &"* Hollander, president of the X, ?? %  ur K* that • i8,a "on )<>l, discrimination include Provisu.n of a $5,000 fine or year *ho n jail for employers violate the law. Jerusai^ (JTA)—A second SX"? of 'end-lease products. luf'y f f>d and winter clothing. DutrtT?. *l"l"d by the Joint rmution Committee repreJJJjUve m Teheran for ship^ofP 0 J ,. W | i n • libcraled ,ho civilian population. gjjgg^ Roos evclt on October President iw •%  • 7.' jo. OrEDUCATORS DISCUSS "jgSTiitSbi&Sl RACIAL RELATIONSHIP: &-^S tionships in the schools and colPalestine^ 8 ££ w W.4j5aA ^£^^^ SS education. 1 spon, American PfoP'^J 1 and hedged ^tercu tura. -'education" spon-, AmC ncanPjoy J-M sored by the Commission on Ed; support tttgM ^ ndp states grams tion. a for intercultura educa£Yfre?and democratic Jewish mmmm secondary _schools is Mgr" ittec> mdicated JM^ZSZ. r^"thrcol.eges and_un,vc : rs.t.es e ^ on Univ. he U Tl.,r Stercultural proexpand then "Jf"^ recomKrams. This was mended by Dr. Frank I Baker. Teachers College SupporT^S^rTwiTLoan. ably reported to the wg^ S wS the one which ha, ^?b"en deferred in the Senate. FOR G-D By RABBI M. MESCHELOFF "Who is for G-d, let him join ] with me." This inspiring rallying cry brought a stalwart group to the side of Mattathias in ancient Modein. It was this band,—small, poorly armed, untrained, conglomerate, that grew into the victorious Hasmonean army. This rallying cry led to the celebration of Chanukah. This group was the first small light which came to dispel the darkness which had engulfed Israel. Had there been no such spontaneous response to this cry, the flickering light of Judaism would have gone out. Our faith which includes ethics and morality would have been blotted out. Civilization would have succumbed to the amoral, unethical paganism of the day. There were not many who felt the rousing summons. The *reat majority of Israel did not understand the implication of the l term:—Who is for G-d, let him | join with me. There were weak hearts and selfish minds. There were vaccilating spirits and lethargic souls. For them religion was a social function. One worshiped because it was the fashionable thing to do. For the social climber religion was a step on which one rose. One changed religions and religious adherence to suit one's environment. For most, religion was the special moment of prayer and of assembly at a house of worship. Only for the stalwart band of Hasmoneans was religion a burning ideal. To them religion was not a means but a transcendent tn d,—the realization of living. Life without religion was hateful. A world without religious freedom was inconceivable. A vast hiatus had arisen to separate the spiritual leader from the great majority. The leader's thoughts were not theirs. His aspirations and struggles were far from them. His ideals were neither believed in nor appreciated. During the heroic Maccabean struggles, more than once did the puny band of religious zealots face the ostracism and betrayal of their own kinsmen. Chanukah is the expression of a renewal of religious strength achieved through loyalty to our creed and to the spiritual leaders who lived by it and died for M Wo celebrate Chanukah toaay because in those distant davs | there were the men and women who believed and supported their | leaders in their struggle for re, ligious integrity. The prc-Ch-mukah period is i being relived in our time. Faith has lost its ringing appeal to the I many. A widening gap separates j the mass from its spiritual leader. The mass no longer has the vision, the courage and fortitude to stand with and by its religious lender Only last week a young Rabbi, spiritual leader in a city in upper New York state, was asked to resign by his Jewish community. He had dared to speak up for the Drinciple of separation ot church and state. He had asked the local board of education to consider the situation where Jewish children were being taught Christian prayers, rituals and carols in the public school system. The majority of the Jews feared that their non-Jewish friends might not like the protest. They did not rally to his courageous effort. They failed both him and themselves They curried non-Jewish favor by asking for their spiritual leaders resignation and publicly disassociating themselves from him. He did not express their thoughts or inclination in the matter. The light of religious freedom of expression has grown dim in thaf "community A Chanukah Jight has been extinguished. How much could have been done if the Jewish community had only stood behind its leader, helped explain their Rabbi's standpoint, and; together with their neighb^rt-in true democratic spmtjhad sought ways of removing the ASKED TO RAISE F In an extraordinary move prompted by critical overseas and Palestine needs, the members of the Allotment Committee of the 1944 United Jewish Appeal, after completing a six weeks' detailed analysis of the financial requirements of its agencies, called upon Jewish communities throughout the country to provide a supplementary fund of between $4,000,000 and $5,000,000 to meet the "irresistible pressure" of the war and reconstruction needs of the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal. Thus far this year the sum of $25,080,000 has been distributed among the constituent agencies of the 1944 United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine. Of this sum $15,000,000 was divided on the basis of the original agreement for the 1944 campaign and the balance was distributed in accordance with the decisions of the Allotment Committee which met recently. The U.J.A. estimated that the final total income of the. 1944 campaign would be $27,000,000 or $28,000,000. This, the Allotment Committee emphasized, will involve a "shortage of between four and five millions dollars without taking into account other urgent demands." The appeal to the communities for supplementary funds was signed by the following members of the Allotment Committee: Herbert R. Bloch of Cincinnati, I Edwin Goldwasser of New York. Rabbi James G. Heller of Cincinnati, Isaac H. Levy of NewYork, Stanley C. Myers of Miami, William Rosenwald of Greenwich, Rudolf G. Sonneborn of New York, and David M. Watchmaker of Boston, chairman. IEWS STILL ARRIVE IN LIBERATED P O L A N D Moscow (JTA)—A steady trickle of Jews continues to arrive in liberated Polish territory daily. it is reported here. Alter eluding German patrols, the Jews cross the Vistula, the east bank of which is held by Russian troops. Among them are a considerable number of doctors who are now serving in the Polish units attached to the Red Army, the re* port says. Mcapwhilc, the surviving Jews in the liberated area are beginning to rebuild some sort of communal life. The Polish Comi mittee of National Liberation has | placed at the disposal of the Jewish Cmmittee, which is headed by Dr. Emil Sommerstein, the sum of 16,000.000 zlotys (approximately $1,333,333) to be used for relief and rehabiliation. The first appropriations made from the 5 rant were used to establish a ewish orphanage and to reopen the Lubin synagogue. A Yiddish newspaper will shortly be issued in the freed areas. A provisional editorial board has already been selected consisting mainly of members of the staff of pre-war Yiddish papers. Printing equipment has been obtained from a Gestapo dump heap in Lublin. A daily half-hour Yiddish program will soon be broadcast over the Lublin radio. The well-known "Peretz House" in Lublin, which was the headquarters of Jewish cultural groups before the war, has been placed at the disposal of the Jewish community. It now houses all cultural and social institutions. The famous Lublin yeshfva has also been reopened. The Jewish committee includes representatives of several Zionist groups, members of the Jewish Socialist Bund, and Communists. (CONTINUEO ON *AO£ •> Support the Sixth Wax Loon. ;



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PAGE TWO Jenistfhrknan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, ls BIRTHS Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Coleman announce the birth of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glickman, 1553 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, are the parents of a daughter, born December 3 at St. Francis. BRISM The Brism of the sons of Mr. snd Mrs. Melville Rapp, Lt. and Mrs. Charles Storch, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katatsky took place during the past week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sicgel, former Miamians, are spending two weeks at the Norman Hotel. Miami Beach, following which they will return to their home in Washington, D. C. ENGAGEMENT Mrs. Harold Band is now residing on Miami Beach. Active in the Dade County War Chest campaign is Mrs. Sidney Wemtraub. who is assisting the Miami Beach major, Mrs. Charles A. Young. Miss Agnes Lotito is leaving Saturday to spend some time with her family in Long Island. N. York. She will return January 2. Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach, 3426 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, have as their house guests the doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shevach of New York Qity. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Konick and son, Elliott, formerly of 359 Meridian Ave., now stopping at the Harrison Hotel, are saying goodbye to their many friends before leaving Sunday for Arizona in the interest of the health of their son. Miss Rose Gelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gelman. St. Petersburg, Fla., became engaged to Pvt. Israel Schweitzer last Saturday in St. Petersburg. The announcement was made on the eve of her parents wedding anniversary. Miss Gelman is secretary at the local B'nai B nth office. Pvt. Israel Schweitzer, son of Isadore Schweitzer, Buffalo. New York, is now stationed at the Redistribution Center, Miami Beach, after spending eighteen months overseas. The wedding will take place some time in January. MT. NEBO CEMETERY TO JOIN ASSOCIATION The Mount Nebo Cemetery has accepted an invitation to join I the American Cemetery Owners Association, which is composed of the leading modern cemeteries | and memorial parks of the coun1 try. Membership in this national organization will give the Mount Nebo Cemetery the benefit of all the new developments and re; suits of research being conducted by the association. Special studies are now being made of probable post-war conditions, so that the American cemeteries and memorial parks can do their full share in leading the nation into a period of genuine post-war prosperity. Mrs. Anna Schoenfeld, 305 S. W. 1st St., left Tuesday for Key West where she will visit with h \: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weintraub. House guests at the home of Morris Selig, 400 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, are his son and daughter-in-law, Corp. and Mrs. Joseph Selig, and Mrs. Eli Metz-, eer. The corporal will spend a furlough here and the guests will %  stay for the winter. [ UNVEILING Unwanted Hair Removed In the Newest and Speediest Method Known SAort Wave Radio Frequency— We specialise in removing hair from the face, arms and legs. Results Guaranteed raENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Road Phone 5829S7 The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Sol Schwartz will take place Sunday afternoon, December 17, at 2:30 in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, assisted by Cantor Abraham Friedman. The deceased is the late wife of Mr. Schwartz. chairman of the Chevra Kadisha. .. .put these on the lawn ROCKERLESS ROCKERS $ 5 98 Comfortable, colorful additions to the lawn! Sturdily built lawn chairs! Heavy duty canvas in assorted stripes frame painted white. A lasting purchase that is sure to give pleasure! Call o ux t elephone order board ... 3-1141 MIAMI STORE, HOUSE PURNIBHIN08, warm FLOOR Dr. Maurice Klein was elected commander of Freda Markowitz Post No. 174. Jewish War Veterans, at a meeting held Monday evening. Dr. Klein is commander of Miami Beach Post 85. American Legion. Chosen to serve with him for the ensuing year were Isador Brown, Sr., vice commander; Samuel Mazor, Jr., vice commander: A. S. Goldman, judge advocate; Dr. Abraham Nemser, surgeon; and Jack Apte and Ed Rosenthal. trustees. Late Friday evening services will be inaugurated this week at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Simon April will speak on "Light Over Darkness." The Ladies' Auxiliary will serve refreshments following the service. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA HOTEL STRAND 226 N. E. 2nd St. Ph. 2-7481 Dade Chapter. National Children's Cardiac Home, announces their Annual Membership Tea on Sunday, December 17. from 3 to 5 p. m. at the Home, 4250 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Mrs. M. Kleiman. membership chairman, has planned an interesting afternoon. The tea is open to the public. Refreshments will be served. SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2916 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 4-5951 IICIITEI'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. FLAGLER STREET PHONE 3-2197 (U Season's Greetings from 5 O'CLOCK CLUB Belvedere Hotel Dining Room Euclid Avenue at 9th Street Miami Beach DINING ROOM OPENS DEC. 15 Kosher Meals Dinner $2.00 PHONE 5-1103 Mount Sinai Memorial Park "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Au'o A COMMUNITY CEMETERY •" licrted Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob, Miami •wish Orthodox, Schaaiwi Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes GREETINGS TO ALL from M L. BAKER Friden Calculators 120 N. EL 1st Street MIAMI PHONE 3-3159 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 ABBAMSON. Mar. Your Complete Department Stort With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami N. C. I. W. TO SPONSOR FORUMS ON DEC. 15 Forums sponsored by the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will be held Fri1 day, December 15, at 1:45 p. m. in the home of the president, Mrs. Nat L. Williams, 114 West i 2nd Ter., San Marino Island. MiI ami Beach. Speaker will be Ed! ward Clarke and his topic "Life of the Modern Russian Composer, Dimitri Shostakovich." Dessert card and mah jons party sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women will be Riven at the home of Mrs. Sam Blank. 321 E. Di Lido Drive, Hi Lido Island, Miami Beach, on Tuesday, December 19, at 1 p. m. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. I. G. Kobley. Reservations may be had by calling 5-7828, or Council office. 3-6554. BEACH MERACHI v HOLD ANNUAL AFFJ The Miami Beach Mizrarhi .J present its fifth annua^cM affair this Sunday eveninS cember 17 at 8 n m a Beth Jacob Synagogue Thi J pam wll include candle M by Cantor Maurice Marnchwl Chanuka message bv iSJ Moses Mescheloff, the'i n£2l duet Sasha and Lola £ U H Mendel ZolotovT toSunS ^d a Yiddish reading by L W Shubov. Refreshments and Lai -" be S^t ^ceeds arel go towards Mizrachi prSJ Mrs. A. R. Berow is chairing the evening. Cornwall, Ontario (JTA) Aaron Horovitz, prominent lc clothing manufacturer, was ri elected Mayor of Cornwall byl substantial majority. Horovl has gained the distinction of b mg the first Jewish mayor to l elected in Canada and has servl the municipality as mayor five consecutive years. Keep on buying War Bond*. 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DECEMBER 15. 1944 JrtONEER WOMEN WILL |{gT ON DECEMBER 19 The Pioneer Women's OrganI ?„n of Miami Beach will hold ^""i Tuesday. December 19. VtTo m. at the Beach YM Ifi-HA Rabbi Max Shapiro will ft> speaker and Cantor Lice Mamches will sing. On ISTorcani^tion's schedule for IMAVL' Miami DC-ni.ii, WIUI usa ILXGoudlow in charge, and I fVinuk.i card and Latke party fit : nht at .the same hotel K the direction of Chavera Dorff. MglEB SISTERHOOD I JO HAVE GAME NIGHT i The Sisterhood of the Miami tech Jewish Center will hold JkChanuka game night SaturZT December 16. at 8 p. m. at IK'Ccnur. 1415 Euclid Ave. In Joseph Berman and Mrs. Samuel Lipton. chairmen of the MM. announce there will be a 4oice of games, with prizes from *e Lincoln Road shops to be warded the winners. Members od mends are invited. Further ^formation may be obtained by ailing Mrs. Berman at 5-6952. NOW OPEN VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. ROSNER PHONE 5-0041 Miami Beach History Law* Strictly Observed MIDSEASON FORM THF VOGUE ATW.F1IG !" Witt all racing divisions now atT'w'" I-"' n dl ^ n form %  tthe West Flagler Kennel club the major spotlight is being aninitial four w-4s of the"record" bwakjng 83 night meeiinT JM brought to the front the Safit roster of young dogs at West Flayer since before the war at Wes? e FHp. 0f i*" 8 *"*• tn I W> l*u S U trut salul( win i S 2, er President, and Wilham L. Huntlcy. vice president and general manager-thc wo men who have long been leaders m the sport for the advancing of American greyhound breeding and development of blood mess that never again will see this profession exceeded by breeders of England and Australia. ,. Mr s E thel A. Jones, widow of the late Frank Jones who developed the great track champion and still internationally known sire, My Laddie, appears to have a slight edge with her major kennel of youngsters. All of these fliers, whelped in 1943, have been blistering the racing oval and the last half of the season promises to see them defeating the more seasoned racers with great regularity. Among them are, Miss Lulu, Chins Up, How's Zat, and others. With more than a score of other kennels also boatsting notable youngsters, you'll be hearing much more about such racers as GalI lant Ally, Another Pal, Dutch I Commander, Major Paul, Johnny I Johnson, Smoke's Mistake, Black Flagler, Supreme Command. Tarawa. Panther Creek, Little Davie and others. The nightly programs start at I 8 with the daily double on the j first and third races. Quimelas | are offered on every race. No minors are admitted. ^JwMrhridltor PAGE THREE TO ALL—THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES MEET ME AT X E N I A ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT FOOD SERVED AT ITS BEST 2234 PARK AVENUE PHONE 5-9601 %  ^"r BALL & CHAIN At Raatonable Price* On the Trail at 1513 S. 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Andrew O'Rourke, recently elected president of the International Hotel-Greeters Association, is spending this week in Chicago, where he has been iny' ted A t0 address a convention of the American Hotel Owner's Association. While there Mr. O'Rourke. managing director of the Urmey Hotel of Miami, will discuss hotel problems affecting this area with officials in the North. TO HOLD SYMPOSIUM SUNDAY EVE.. DEC. 17 Prominent educators and civic leaders will discuss their views Sunday evening, December 17, at 8 p. m. at a symposium on the question "A Solution of Minority Problems in the Postwar World." The meeting will take place in Carpenter's Hall, 47 N. W. 3rd St., and is sponsored by the Greater Miami Icor Committee. Speakers include Professor Mark Waldman of City College, New York; Alex Miller, director of the Anti-Defamation League; Ramona Barth, executive secretary of the Miami Council of American-Soviet Friendship; Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Synagogue, and Charles Smolikoff, director of the Florida State C.I.O. Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, will preach on "Let There Be Light" at Sabbath Eve services Friday at 8 p. m. $25 to $100 WAR BOND FREE For information leading to the purchase of a 1935 to 1941 CAR Phone 9-1085 Day or Night Try it NOW! IMPROVED ROKEAOW ""rtYAFAT lAWNG.', end FRYING ALL MEAT end DAIRY fOODS.' | ROKEACH AND SONS, Inc BROC KIVN. N.V. A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA CHRYSLER CORPORATIONS Airtemp Air Conditioning Installed In your •**•.? "|2 attracts customers. J"* !" *" .ales and P*"^ 1 /*? !" Necessary overhead increase H*etbv sales advantages. 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PAGE FOUR vjewlst Hark/tori TODAY, DECEMBER 15. IS 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 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Manag ing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944 K1SLLV 29, 5707 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 50 ON THE WAY "This marks an important milestone in our community's history," was the aptly stated comment at the formal signing of an agreement this week calling for a unified capitol fund raising program. Nursed into being by the Federation, four of our major groups pledged their efforts cooperatively towards achieving their purpose of more adequately serving the community in their fields of endeavor. The Miami "Y" for many years and the newly organized Beach "Y" since its inception, have felt the need for physical facilities to house the many activities of their character-building and cultural programming institutions. The growth of the community each day makes more imperative the providing of real community center buildings to make possible the inculcation oi these benefits to be derived from a properly presented program. The Hillel Foundation and the Bureau of Jewish Education, comparative newcomers in our active oiganizational life, comprise the remaining groups that will unify their efforts to establish this fund that will provide buildings and equipment. Both of these are slowly but surely establishing their identity and reason for existence. The cry "all talk and no action" will now, we believe, fade into the background as this committee gets its plans underway. It will raise capitol funds to be kept for building purposes and, with its successful efforts, will plan for immediate post-war construction. The efforts of this capitol fund raising program from its present inception through the period that it will be active will make these dreams a reality. Our citizenry, we know, will welcome news that we are at long last on the way to filling the void to provide the much needed facilities for these organizations. To add to these glad tidings is the manner in which they will be effected. This concentrated effort in behalf of all the organizations will, we know, receive a far more gracious reception on the part of the generosity of our ci'.izciuy. They only too well know the need. With this proper approach they will respond. CHANUKA LATKE AND CANTOR'S SLOGAN IS CARDS BY BETH DAVID ADOPTED BY M. B. MEN BETH DAVID ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR Beth David Synagogue, Miami's pioneer Congregation, elected officers at their annual meeting last Sunday evening. Cnosen to lead the organization for the coming year were Al Quadow, president; Hyman Sootin, vice president; Ernest Sussmann, recording secretary; Harry Simons, financial secretary; and Ucorge Goldoerg, treasurer. Newly elected to the board were Nat Zalka, David Brown, and B. A. Sterling. Reelected was Milton Friedman, and hold-overs from the precedillg year were Oscar Argintar and Jack August. S. S. TEACHERS WILL MEET ON DECEMBER 18 On Monday, December 18, the Sunday School Teachers' Seminar, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, will meet for tin' fourth time, at Temple Israel, at 8 p. m. This Seminar is the fourth in a series of 12 to be held during '.he next six months. The purpose of the Seminar is for teachers to exchange ideas. i>t danngically, and for discussion of problems relating to the Sunday School, and subject matter taught in the Sunday School. Sunday School teachers and theif friends are welcome to attend. AJC SPONSORS FOURTH IN SERIES OF REVIEWS The fourth in the series of "Friday Reviews" sponsored by the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will be held December 22 at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, director of education, will present a guest speaker, Mrs. J. Lewis Cunninpham, who will review "Immortal Wife" I y Irving Stone. A dialogue will follow between the two women. Members and friends arc invited. Single admissions will be 50c, and subscriptions for the series may be purchased for four dollars at the door from Mrs. Philip Sa'nmn or Mrs. Max Meisel, '•hairmen. A traditional Chanuka Latke and card party, annual elaborate event sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood, will be held this Sunday evening at 8 p. m. in the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Louis J. Hartz is in charue. Members and friends are invited to attend. The regular monthly meeting of the Sisterhood is scheduled for Wednesday, December 20, at 2 p. m. At that time the nominating committee will present its recommendations of officers to be elected for the ensuing year. JEWISH WOMEN WILL OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS The Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, realizing the need for trained social workers announces that a scholarship loan in graduate work at an accredited school of social work will te given for the year 1945-46, beginning with either the March or July semester. Applications may now be filed at the Council office, 513 Congress Buildine. addressed to Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, social welfare chairman, giving full particulars regarding degree obtained and what graduate school the applicant would desire to attend. AUXILIARY IS MAKING CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Having sent over 70 gifts to joy shops at Bay Pines and Lake City veterans' hospitals, Freda Marknwitz auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, now is making Christmas presents and party plans for sai'ors at Dolphin Naval instn'la'io'v Recently elected auxiliary off" — • Mr*. Abp LeVine, president; Mrs. Murray Storch, senior yne-president; Mrs. Eva Taub. jvnior vi e-president; Mrs. Frank K'ine, judre advocate; Mrs. Nat Roth, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Shapiro, conductress; Mrs. Irving Verdon, rhanlain; Mrs. Abe Goodman, Mrs. Philip Levi and Mrs. A"i Brooks, trustees. Date for the installation affair will he announced. Through the efforts of the Merchants' Committee of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Hospitality Committee, the campaign sponsored by Eddie Cantor to "give ; %  gift to the G. I. who gave" has been adopted in Miami Beach stores. On Wednesday nights over the NBC network Eddie Cantor has been urging Christmas shoppers, when buying gifts to purchase extra ones for the wounded soldiers convalescing in the Army and Navy hospitals. The depositories for these gifts in Miami Beach are: Burdine's 800 Lincoln Road; Saks-Fifth Avenue. 744 Lincoln Road and Morris Bros.. 1261 Washington Aye. Gifts may be purchased any. where and left in these three designated stores. The Harvey W. Seeds Post of the American Legion will collect the gifts and distribute them at Christmas time among the hospitalized servicemen recuperating in the six hospitals which comprise the AAF Convalescent Hospital Unit in Miami Beach. RABBI LEHRMAN WILL ADDRESS SPINOZA SAT. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the Spinoza. Forum, this Saturday morning afternoon. 3 p. m., under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St., between Collins Ave. and Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Lehrman's tP'c will be "The Uniqueness of the Hebraic Tradition." Next Saturday afternoon. Dec. 23, Ramona Sawyer Barth will address the boinoza Forum on the "Truth About China." General discussion follows every lecture. Washington (JTA)—The House Labor Committee, in a report supporting the establishment of a permanent Fair Employment Practices Commission, this week predicted the possibility of postw ar ra fe riots in the United Mates unless we safeguard the right of minorities." ''The four largest minorities who suffer from job discrimination practices are our 13.OCO.000 Neproes, our 5,000,000 Jews our 3,000,000 Americans of Mexican Fnoay, Dec. 15: National Council of Jewish Women. Poruma, home of Mrs. Nat wnllama, 1H Went 2nd Ter.. San Marino Island. 1:45 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 16: Miami Baacb Jewish Center Sisterhood, K-*me night, patio of Center. s ::" |>. in. Sunday, Dee. 17: KeliKltniH School Chanukah program, H.-th Jacob, mornlnjr; Beth David KlKterhood Chanukah card and latke party. p. m.; Home-camp reunion, Town "Y." 2 p. m.; Teen Age Chanukah party. Town "Y." 8 p. m. Monday, Dee. 18: Miami Itrach Jewish Center Sinterhood m Miami llench Jewish Center Adult Courses In conjunction with the Itureau of Jewish Education and eponsorlng organization*. 8 P m. r Thursday, Dec. 21: National Children's Cardiac Home, I>ade Chapter, dessert card party • p m ; rjreater Miami Jrul-h Federation Hoard of Directors MeetIng. Kaplan Hall. |p m Serve A2# P,ta I Committee. Federation Office. 2 P_ m ; Adult Courses sponsored by the llureau of Jewish EIn RjlS?' n B .'; ,h ~ I,nvM nr "' Temple Israel. Beth David. 8 pm. Friday. Dee. 22: -•!^T r £ an J wl ^ Congress. Wornens Division. Friday Review. 1:}0 p m. Sunday, Dec. 24: Miami Beach Service league, Beach T. supper and dance, Monday. Dec. 28: American Jewlah Congreaa. Worn£!.!i. n,v ,, "' regular meeting: H,drh"h Pro V" on 1 !" vllon of "v..*"-"?."• rea-ular meeting. Beach i. x i.i p. m. %  id*!? tJ, ou T ,ully B u PPortmg the Sixth War Loan effort? SEASON'S GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS Accountant and Auditor PHONE 2-2412 620 Security Bldg.. Miami. Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS LEE PHARMACY 801 Washington Avenue Complete Cut Rat* Prescription Drug Store SEASON'S GREETINGS A. H. BRANNON FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS A M TO ^TL^d TO ALL JEWRY Dr. Roger W. Arnold m S. W. 22nd Avenu. MIAML FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA D !" E CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAML FLORIDA CHANUKA GREETINGS LaVIGNE ELECTRIC COMPANY 176 N. E. 20th Street y HAPPY CHANUKA BROWNLY'S 247 East Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Candies. Fountain. Luncheonette. Home Made and Boxed Candies. Carmel Corn y* SEASONS GREETINGS Phone 58-1168 Phone 58-1203 | JOY'S Jewelry Costume Jewelry Ba 9 Gifts Watch Repairing 527 Lincoln Road 1115 Washington Are. CHANUKA GREETINGS Dade Typewriter Co. 198 N. E. 2nd Avenue On the Corner W oa drtOBk Typewriters Adding Machines Rentals Repairs Supplies ALL MAKES PHONE 3-5335 GREETINGS CHILDREN'S CORNER RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL 1849 James Avenue PHONE 5-3849 MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 936 Everglades Concourse PHONE 6-3755 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES HANNAU STUDIOS OF FINE PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY 612 Lincoln Rd. Phone 58-2923 SEE OUR SKETCH FINISH An Exclusive Presentation of Portraiture. CRITICS MARTHA RAYK: "You're wonderful." K. M. I.OEW (president l>oew'i Theatre*): "Thank >u for your excellent work." .......nr.su.N ROSS, lit. V. 8. Marine Corps: "To a fine rirtlit and a very true friend Ol the service men." A HAPPY CHANUKA T. E. BRAUN PIANOS PIANOS BOUGHT and SOLD 2380 N. W. Seventh Street PHONE 4-5965 ACME CABS and Henry's Service Station 904 5th Street MIAMI BEACH Wish All Their Customers A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES y P. A. AUSLEY GREETINGS JOHN A. 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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1944 ^jJwistFhridiam PAGE FIVE Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rilh Says enemy remains our job is • • WE MUST BUY ORE WAR BONDS WAR LOAN ir To Help Buy The Weapons of Victory ir ^ To Win A Complete Victory... ir To Help Bring The Boys Back To An American Life... Jo Show What We Can Do. • • PICK THE SECURITY THAT'S BEST FOR YOU... 1 *^ i 1947 / Wear your name proudly on at 100 Bond of the Fighting SIXTH WAR LOAN! Help get it over—put the Sixth War Loan over—buy an Extra $100 War Bond Now. 1 support.ny GREENE'S LADIES' APPAREL STORE 246 North Miami Artnut — Miami BLANCHE SHOP Child's Wearing Apparel 28 North Miami Avenue — Miami A. A. EXTERMINATING COMPANY 2694 Watt Flegler St. — Mi mi GORDON'S DRESS SHOP duPont Bui dino — Miami STEVENS DRESS SHOP 45 E. Flagler Street — Miami FAV1US FAY'S 24 North Miami Ave. Miami PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. NORTON TIRE CO. tOO W. F "ler St. — Miami %  4HHISSLW" K. BURNS & SON. Diamond Brokers 114 East Flaglcr Street — Miami LUDMAN CORPORATION Max Friedson 21 N. W. 21t Street — Miami ORLIN'S ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES 105 N. E. 1st Avenue — Miami ADELMAN PIPE AND STEEL CO. 47 N. E. 25th St.—Miami ELEANOR'S 174 S. E. lit St. — Miami



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PAGE SIX Once there was a man named BiN %  Bill was with the fin* Marine* who went to the Pacific. For three yean he fought Japs. Then at Saipan, Bill saw a job he thought should be done. He went ahead with the job. And it did help. And he didn't come back Perhaps there'* a lesson in this siory for some of as at home. Don't waste time wondering whether or not you've done your share. Kecpaon buyin war bonds. UGSTT CSMMVt HdmmonD'5 No Tricky Food At HAMMOND'S If You Liks— —The Finest Food —Honest Quality —Generous Servings as fresh and pure as the market affords and without camouflage— Then You'll Like HAMMOND'S ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE ST. AEGIS RESTAURANT FIFTEENTH YEAR UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT TODAY Friday, December 15th AT 4:30 P. M SERVING "FLORIDA'S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DINNER" 446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH **>>•-* -^ •*-' &!i "*• %  %  M ZSfr : An Unforgetable Event! HARRY RICHMAN (Accompanied by Fabian Storey at the Piano) AND A BRILLIANT REVUE ESTELITA Neil Fontaine • The Dancing DeMarlos Copacabana Girls THE ORCHESTRAS OF RALPH ROTGERS AND BILL TASILLO Cl'ISINK IIY OBOROB rOMKUANTZ Iti. 5X-JS77 I.oui llonce. Mint: ad County, Florid* JOBBPH TKNKIUfH BESSIE TBNDKICH 11/10-17-24 12/1-1 NOTICE 18 IIEKKHY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engnge In business under the fictitious name of WHITE ROSE UVK POULTRY KOSHER MARKET. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register the mid name, with the Clerk of trt* Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida. HAM EIX1ISON BERNIIAKD KABM 11/1T-84 11/1-g-lS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FON TAX DEED F1IJC 2I7&0 Nvtlc*. Is hereby given that John H Mann holder of City of Miami T*K C.rrt If Irate Numbered 44, dated mZ+^.fW. .i June AD >• •* filed said Certificate In my office, and naa made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with *?. Haid Certincate embrace, the f" tU : w n described property, situated in M|l County. Florida, to-wit Lot Hlork II. Buena Vista Oardens. Flat Rook i. KM 45 In the ef t nerlde!* m1, CoUn,y '*• State The assessment of said property STll! th "" d Certificate IsaassI was in the. name of Unknown Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed accordlm tha tfetfA? Wl k u hereon r46 ** •* Janu **y. A-p. A.D W m4 ,hl ,Ith N. D C. A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA RICHIE METALS Iron and Metal of All Descriptions — Phone 1 ooi New and Used Plumhing Supplies 2116 N. W. 27th AVENUE *• LEVXH MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendosa Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 p hone 3 486() Knegel's Strictly Kosher Dining Room AT ADMIRAL HOTEL 1020 MERIDIAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH TEL 5 9396 Under personal supervision of the KrW-ft-ela and Jackson of Ijik.wnrui Sad IU-kaway for 2i {Tears. '^mwooj Breakfast up to 11:00 A. M.—Dinner from 5.00 P M Saturday from 5:00 P. M. only BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA R & M APPLIANCE SERVICE 1214 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 9-1064 JEWELS WORK OF ART SILVER FURNITURE. ANTIQUES AND CURIOS Now located and open at their new address INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1130 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach A. SCHORR. Representative BUSINESS PHONE 58-1025 RESIDENCE PHONE 22503 SEASON'S GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA STEVENS MARKET 2001 N. W. 62nd Street Phone 7-5331 2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-1685 "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" STAR • DAIRY S VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT Ml Washington AreMiami Beach Ph. 5-9182 Open From 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Specialising In Fiah Dinners All Belting Done On Premises IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT I EXTEND TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA JACK MOORE TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE — A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA DRINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Been M1AML FLORIDA PHONE 3-2191 THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWERY • FRESH REGAL BEST WISHES TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ALEX& 929 Lincoln Rood Miami Beach. Flo



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DECEMBER 15, 1944 ^wlstfhrktlari flUDAY, ^T^R MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported bv^wTCTT, <*^ *. MMl WMor. Board ^^ZttSFSJStt PAGE SEVEN SERVICE PARADE! B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN HAS ELECTION TUES. CGT LE ROY FELDMAN g KILLED IN ACTION I,W 'cS^' s l ABBATH OF IEWISH Mr and Mrs. Sam B. FaldJ. 2160 S. W. 24th SU war. ^rrned by the War Depert£ of the death of their son. *%t L e Roy Feldman. Sot. Feldman. U. S. Army Medical Corps, was Inducted KJSlMl/H. wMklltodtai S in the European theater of war two weeks ago. Beiidea his pano*. Sgt Kidman leave s a brother Bob. CHANUKA PARTY FOR M, BEACH SERVICE MEN CHANUKAH — The Miami B*ach Service League held a Chanukah Party for more than n Servicemen and Serviceiomen at the Miami Beach YM t WHA. Wednesday evening, December 13. Chanukah gifts fere distributed to every member d the Armed Forces present. In diaree of the program were Pvt. Lou Fox and Pvt. Ivan Grossnan, assistants to Chaplains Kraft and Miller. The traditional Chanukah "lathes" were served after the program of entertainment, which included, Lighting of the Candles, a talk on the meaning of Chanukah, singing ,of Chanukah songs and playing of Chanukah games, with the customary Dreidlach. Other Chanukah parties under the sponsorship of JWB, were held locally at the Miami YM & WHA. with hostesses from the Miami Service League, and at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. where the women of the senior hostess group were in charge. Out of town Chanukah affairs held through the sponsorship of the local <>'" %  • %  day: Dlacuseton Group. N p. ra ., yuum Bwh YM YHA, Chapluln Cart I. Miller. Tanadar: Choir rehparaal, 8 p. m.. Miami Beach Jewish Community Onti-r. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Cantor Etnanuel linrkan. Wfl1nd): CHAPLAINS OBSERVED "Jewish Chaplains Sabbath" win be observed in synagogue and temple pulpits throughout the country this Saturday. Dec. 16, the Sabbath of Chanukah, in tribute to the two hundred and sixty-six rabbis now serving in the armed forces of the United States. The observance has been arranged by the Committee on Army and Navy Religious Activities (CANRA) of the National Jewish Welfare Board, 145 East 32nd St.. New York City. Sermons, dealing with the valiant role of the Jewish chaplain in the war, will voice AmcrRABBI SHAPIRO GUEST SPEAKER AT AIC PARTY The B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary chose officers for the ensuing year at their meeting last I Tuesday evening. Officers electi ed are: Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein, president; Mrs. Benjamin Landau, first vice-president; Mrs. Harold Turk, second vice-president; Mrs. Jerome Freehling, recording secretary; Mrs. Max Bergman, financial secretary; Mrs. Morris Gerstein, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. Bermann. treasurer; and Mrs. S. B. Miller, monitor. Members of the board of directors include: Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Jean Silverman, Mrs. Nancy Richardson, Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Miss Jeannette Teller, Mrs. Fine, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. S. H. Goldman. The B'nai B'rith Girls, meeting at the same time, likewise held their election, and chosen to serve their organization were: Mrs. Jack Rosen, president; Miss Dolly Pont, first vice-president; | at 58-2064. Mrs. Gertrude Grossman, second _— Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Synagogue, will be guest speaker at the "Every Member Bring a Member" party which the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress is staging December 28. The affair, fourth in a series of membership dessert parties designed to augment the membership of the local chapter, will be held at 12:30 p. m. at the Terrace Restaurant, Collins Ave., Miami Beach. There will be a half hour of program and music followed by a social period with card games and mahjong. Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, membership chairmen, are in charge of arrangements. Old and new members will be admitted free of charge as guests of the Congress. Those who come without bringing a new member will be requested to pay the admission price of one dollar. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Meisel at 5-7253 or Mrs. Baskind momentary Hebrew, 7: p ami Bwh TM A YHA: Stud 'Tha Reconatrurtionlat Movement." \ —— K-""' 0 ">wn 8 p. m., Miami Rearh YM & WHA. significant service. T **"• '•' .in neat, n lit vwitv raiiiWI .-I? !" "* r vTi4 7: 5 5 T. M1 ican Jewry's appreciation of the WttSLUJ&'SfiA I %  ** wholehearted and Chaplain Saul Kraft Friday: Sabbath Service*. 8 p. m.. Chaplala Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM WHA: Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Polnrlana Hotel. 1551 Colliaa Are.. Miami Beach: JWB One* Shabbat. refreshment* nerved by hoatejiaen from the Miami Beach Sftrvtca LaaKvie. Chaplain Meyer Meremlnaky. Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field; JWB One* Shabhnt. rvfreamenta served by hofllesnes from the Miami Service league. Sat unlay: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. ra.. Miami Beach YM 4 WHA. refreshment! served by Miami Beach Service League. Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m.. Miami YM YWHA. 1567 8. W. 5th St., refreshments served by Miami 8ervlco League. Sunday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami Of the two hundred and sixtysix Jewish chaplains on active duty, two hundred and twentyfive are in the army, forty are in the navy, and one is in the Maritime Service. One hundred and thirteen are at overseas posts. Six Jewish chaplains have died in line of duty: Irving Tepper, Louis Werfel, Alexander Goode, Henry Goody, Samuel D. Hurwitz, and Herman L. Rosen. The occasion of Jewish Chaplains Sabbath will also serve as a memorial tribute to those rabbis in uniform who have paid the supreme price. vice-president; Mrs. Edythe Magaziner, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Eleanor Feldman. recording secretary; and Miss Yvette Rosenbaum, treasurer. Board of directors: Mrs. Adele Stotland. Mrs. Gertrude Grapman. Miss Toby Stepkin, Miss Sue Berger, Miss Paula Horowitz, Miss Diana Jaffe, Y 2/c Minnie Friedman, and Miss Ethel Pont Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami /ijnip UnT}r !" lTT\ RANT! Beach Jewish Community Center, reV/Arl. tWJMJUU KUWU WRITES SERVICE PAGE freshmenta hostesses. %  aired senior SHRINE CARNIVAL WILL CLOSE NEXT SUNDAY The fourth annual Mahi Temple Shrine carnival and fair at the circus grounds, N. W. 23rd St. and Eighth Ave., will be brought to a highly successful close tomorrow and Sunday. Both days will offer matinees starting at noon as well as mght shows opening at 6:30 p. m. With thousands of school children as well as armed forces members here at Redistribution and hospital centers having been entertained* as guests of the MabJ Templed uring the past week. Potentate Milo Coffrin has announced it is the most successful — A note to the Service Parade Dan KrouL a technician 5th I was received this week from grade, son of Mrs. Anna Kroul,' Captain Harold Rand, a former 1334 Washington Ave., who is practicing physician of this city. with an aviation engineer batHe writes that he was in New !h the sponsorship of building bases for Allied Guinea for quite a while and is tte local office of the National in Italy, recently renow in the Phillipines being Jewish Wetfare Board, were held jv £ d ^ Good Conduct awar d with the first general hospital at Bora Raton, West Palm Beach meritorious and exemplary to go into these islands, "We have and Ft. Pierce. At all these ^f[^ havior I constant air-raids with many ST. REGIS RESTAURANT OPENS O NM. B TODAY The St. Regis Restaurant, located at 446 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, will open today for its fifteenth successive season. Under the same Sherry managej, ment for the entire period of presentation in the event's tusits successful operation, the rest-1 tory. All proceeds go to the aurant features American-Jewish Shrine's crippled children and cuisine. hospital funds. _—. General Manager Dave Endy HUSBANDS INVITED TO 0 f the famed Endy Brothers SISTERHOOD mnrnai*g&^jz*gr& § 2 Members and their husbands | concluding performances fairs, gifts were distributed. The women of the Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith provided the gifts for the j formerly Boca Raton Chanukah party. The Senior Miami Service League provided honor the gifts for the Ft Pierce | release the first flare Members and their husoanos,-—— -. h d the Klam are invited to the next scheduled reacn "| .„ be in real meeting of t^e Sisterhood of the orousmmway ^^ ^ Miami Beach Jewish Center on 1 carmvai ana pcr ? orrrie rs plan Monday. December 18. at the majority oi^ tne P ^ ^ | SB"** SSTof m the kee h P ^-1 MSflo their schedule in mid-idiua witu many I days has been planned. Cantor i January. Zeros being shot down overhead Emanuel Barkan will entertain I ;.,,-• i;i,„ ih mnvii><" h writes. ..,.,.-i,,-iiiu u/ith .Tpu/ish folk sones. I Chanukah party. Philippine invasion of several weeks ago on Leyte island. Kimmell's parents reside at 831 9th St., Miami Beach. He is a brotherin-law of Lt. Ted Hankoff. of Pfc. Henry P. Burg, son of Benjamin Burg. 2153 S. W. 10th St. was reported wounded in. action by the War Department. I Miami Beach. Fl Out This'Ceiipon~akd iwi"fb~"WAR RECORDS." Airay Nervy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami II. Florida ',h and very interesting people. He asks that his good wishes be extended to his many friends here. Name Serial No. Home Address Birth Date Street Birthpl City State Civil lan Occupation.. "City State Marital Status Date Entry In Service Date .Discharged Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress information Transmitted by Telephone number Rank or Rating David H. Davis. Signalman 3/c. has arrived home for a visit with his wife and son, of 150 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. He is stationed on a crash boat and has been in the service about ten months. Support the Sixth War Loan. I tions, it was vuicu %  .. **"-.-TT anMTRAT HOTEL NOW i of the bank's board of directors. ADM1KAL tlU IBfcm/iv -jack" Cleary, executive IS RUN BY mffiGEIS dir ^oV, sported that 18.205 transfusions had been given by The Kriegels, operators of hothe bank since its inception on tels and dining rooms atLaker d 1941 t0 Nov io oi Tha> Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wanta interesting letters •"*** 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 original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee. Bex 2973. Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where cur servicefolk are. what they are seeing and doing. wood and Rockaway for the past 25 years, are now at the Admiral Hotel. 1020 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach. This is the Kriegels first season here, and the strictly Kosher dining room of the hotel will have their personal supervision. year. Of that number, he said 12,979 were whole blood and 5.226 were plasma. Staff, or charity, transfusions numbered 7.4TO. During the last 14 months the bank issued 1.234 transfusions to dependents of men of the community in th e armed for ces. Jerusalem (JTA)-High Commissioner Viscount Gort visited the Jewish Agency's agricultural SINGING SOCIETY HAS ADOPTED NEW NAME line jt-wian W-J -c--_ A P Cannes director of the! experimental station at K*noing Society, sponsored b> 'the leaders Ait Weizmann M r -stte. Made Passible Through Devoting This Paoe to tha Effort, of the ArmyN.vy Committee. *. the Co-Operation of ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & COWEN'S SHOE STORES 1S5 E. Flagler St. — WJ Lincoln Rd. IACK C. IAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street I' RUBIN SONS—Oriainal Rubins 145 If. Miami Avanue M ROTH & HAYS Manufacturers Agents Langford Blag. MONTE SEUG MtaanL riorida RESTAURANT 170 N. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach INC. RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Rd.. Miami B-h NANKINS SHOE STORE ,58 E. Flag'" Street. Maaml ANN -S IMPORTERS *" 714 Lincoln o.oratories, with Dr. Weizmann as a puide the Hieh Commissioner lunched with the President of the Acencv and Moshe Shertok, chief of the Agency's political department. After leaving Rehovoth, Lord Gort visited Tel Aviv where he I purchased a English-Hebrew dictionary. He has expressed a desire to learn Hebrew so that he mipht more easilv converse with the Jewish r esidents of Pa lestine. New York (JTA)-With six named in gold leaf desienatmg the chaplains who have died in service, a P'aque. hearing the names of 280 American rabbis in the armed scrvi-es of the United Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the Ys and affiliated congregations. has adopted the name of Bialik Singfng Society of Greater Miami in honor of the great national Hebrew poet. Chaim Nachman Bialik. who wrote many pcems that have been put to musi£ "Meeting once weekly, on Tuesdays the Bnlik Singing Society has more than fifty men and women singing regularly, and w 'The So-iety is conducted by Cantor Emanuel Barkan. C Tts first pub.ic apoearance to schedu'ed to take ptace at the end of the month, and otner aotne ar „ liu ~"J--.-: ~li:~ „JPO* Frances before organizations statcs was dedicated this week will To in January and February. at 1he National Jewish Welfare Further information may be Board in the presence of the h-.fl from the Bureau of Jewish wido ws and families of nan \ .-m T :_w ..i,.,„i-]iii( who Fducation, 3-5858. RAL LAND CHAIN HAS DEWHURSTJMANAGER The Ball and Chain popular night srot for Miamfs fun iejk ; irrs is being managed this season' by "S^tty" Dewhurst who WTS formerly associated with the iE, a c Snodnro Cocktail. Lounge Jand the Tower Miami Bea-h iThe ni"ht club, located at IIH Q W 8'h St.. now features its I new Tropi"al Room, for the en___ I poyment of the patrons. Jewish chaplains who have lost their lives in the service of their country. Walter Ro'hschPd. chairman of the JWB Army and Navy Committee, delivered the dedicatory address, characterizing the service of the chaplains as one of the most remarkable contributions the Jewish eommunity has made in the war effort He added that more than half of the rabbis in the United States had volunteered for service and that one-fourth of them are actually serving.



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I / PAGE EIGHT +Jewisii Her Mian FRIDAY, pjs amgjg 1944 Plans for the gala dinner dance limited, those wishing to attend which the Senior Chapter of | are urged to make their reservaHadassah is staging January 9 at %  tions early, by contacting Mrs. the Latin Quarter are off to a Harry Platofl ;it 5-016:5: Mrs. rapid start with reservations tornGeorge Chertkof at 3-7223 or ing in fast. As seating space is Mrs. Harold B. Spat t at C-2012. a / CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES OF THE CHASE FEDERAL MORTGAGE PLAN • LOW interest rate. SMALL monthly payments. We also make loans for periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments. • NO LOAN FEES actual cost only. • NO PENALTY for prepayment COURTEOUS, efficient service by local people who. like TOO. are interested in the permanent betterment of our community. • IN TEN YEARS we hare served over 1600 families (over SI 14)00.000 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— 1 Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Oyer $8,000,000.80 C. L. CLEMENTS. President M'.iS K0R1W *IAN*' r N i'lOIRAl Hii'.hAA> No In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami BcrvlMi announced through Greater Miami Rabbinical Asa itlon are BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.. [.ate nil.is ei \ conducted b) Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Abraham Friedman and the choir will offlc ate R ibbl Hhaplro, wtta attend) I th< World Jewl h Conn i In Atlantic City the w< eh ol I >. i t-niiiiT i as delegate from tJrente B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG The annual election meeting of i column and were present at k .,„• Lodge WM held last Tuesday meeting last Tuesday, then v „u Miami. .ii %  pens on "Mnccabean evening at the Miami Beach Y will have had the ouuortu. t VI. torj -The World Jewish Ponar. iw." w ull „,, fireworks. The only conhearing Brother Milton Vr,.A of Mr ul M,s Chrle. OoldauFn wll u st( d offlcers were second viceread his final report 1,1^" be in.-is at a rcceptlo! m n\au.ii_ u...u „*;„.. n-^4*,^^ >..„u rV" 1 >na tarebe hoal sat a i • io| torlum Immediate!) following the er\i..-> in honor >.i their wedding annh %  •: sai> ^aiuiday at 11:30 Rabbi Shapiro will dls Are We Winning the War?" Junior Congregational services at l" JO %  m fare-odgi hshn Brother Maurice Cromer was vouch for the fact that'this v president, to which office Brother' well message to the LrU.Pi Sam Silver was elected; recordreviewing the accomplishment 1 !! ing secretary, to which office as shown by the ree w ill pai tlclpate. R. c. ptlon epon ored by the Sisterhood in follow the ervices, with Mis Adolph Werthelmer | i'i charge Saturday morning services I at li oclock i'i Kaplan will sp. %  !> "ii the Weekly Portion "f th.Law Dr Kaplan will meet with the Diei isslon Group Bunds) morning at n o'clock. BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conservative, 761 4'st St.. Miami Beach. fVlday evening Sabbath Ifunukah sei Vice at v I |. in Rabb. Leon Kronnh will preach on "Hellenism, IM4." Cantor Louis Hayman will chant and lead the Congregational singing An Ones: Shakbal will follow with Mrs. Leo Solomon ind Mrs .M irraj Mnurer, Saturday morning sen cee at 10 a m Itabbl Kronlsh will ipeak on the Portion >.f the Week Religious School Sunday morning at 10 a m Hebrew lasses weekday afternoon at 3 10 CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Friday e\ >nl'ig services at 6 n m. I.-it.Friday nlghl service it v nn Rabbi Motes Mescheloff Will %  peak '.n thi theme "Together with tli>' Boys." Cantor Maurice Mamches will bail In the communal HinKliig Saturday morning services it It ibbl M< h'i' tt't sermon topic will be 'Sudden Fortune." A Mlnnlonilre Pathei and Son religious *• \ at 9:10 .. in in the Community building Junior Congregation service at 10 a in Young Jud.-u Jamboree al I p m under the leadership of Miss Rachel Boldow Bhalos Beudos at 'i i' in Daughters -.f % %  el will meet al I p in in the nmunlty building fmniil ih pi %  >:< %  :ii be present, d i; s School • |0 Program will Iiu ludi o %  '• oi Iglnal ; Is •. i' t moi i i ires and refresh til ldn-i are Invited The Mi' HI 11 .' Mli rhl I Chapters will %  %  %  m ikah I "ii' et I tj '' mill, It • at • i MI 8 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W. 17th Ave. i : i Ices S' 1 p in M 'i'i. 8 balot Beudos, ami Maori Late Pi Ida) evi nlng servl es M IH Inaugurated this week ". I' in Rabbi Simon Aoni M n 'Ugh I Over I MI k • Reft i %  hmanta w III be Ladli Auxlllat %  • / ek Talmud Tormh, 1545 W rd St. P ervlcei i ...' Pi I i • at 9 a in ..t whl. ii Rabbi I.i-ln man will preach "ii We. Portion of the Law I'ai !"• I lai kan will officiate Mlm hn i I ; %  in followed bj Khnlot s. udoi it. i by Mr and Mrs Irving Plrtel in honor f the l.irib of their son The Blaterhood of the Centei ill be hostesaei to the children of the Religious School at Chanuks party on Sunday mnrnlng There will be .-nt.Ttaliiment and reft ei hments rd, I Wl |j elected, and trustees. The elec-1 was the best~y7a EPQOISS' tion ran very smoothly and was during my entire cijiht yT a R due service or by friends in the community, proj i s Immaterial "The "work^w^ vided movies through the court-, done; credit, prestige and hZfZ esy of the Army and Navy Com' were reflected on our oreanS? mittee, and ran off about 200 tion throughout the communitJ feet of film showing Silver Dollar and the state. We S hi Jake entertaining the boys at proud that we are a uart of as* the Biltmore Hospital. a program. UCh The bond auction was very sueNext week will probably be cessful, although the total amount the last column inflicted unrm sold is unavailable at this writyou by your writer and with in. The Brothers who contributyour leave. I will save mv nhit ed merchandise for this auction ; for that time* are thanked by the Lodge, and taking all things in account, too I Ruth Brotman. manager of the I much credit cannot be given to Beaux Arts Bureau, representing Brother Sam Silver for the splen, well known artists, will by sue did job he has done and is doing rial request repeat the Alec on the Bond Drive, together with Templeton concert at the White i his committee. We are approxj Temple. Tuesday, January 23 imately one-half way to our Hundreds of people were turned goal of $2,000 000 and with about %  away last year unable to 3S two weeks left, everyone should i admission with the entire house I lend that final impetus which is sold out two days after the anso necessary for the success of nouncement the ticket sale I any project. Let's get behind our ; Templeton has since hus last percommittee and buy those bonds j formance here, signed up with now. Another factor to take into motion pictures in Hollywood! consideration is that after Jdnand is heard weekly over the uray 1st new tax provisions will Texaco hour in addition to vainadopted by the government r j ous other programs Templeand it may be that surplus funds ; ton has been blind since infancy, not invested in bonds will be : and his piano inprovisations have taxable. If you have such surdelighted millions of people, plus funds, our advice is to buy Headquarters for the Templcthe bunds immediately and gamton concert will again be at 717 ble not on potential tax legislaLangford Building, phones 3-2154 t"' n j and 2-3433. If you did not read the bulletin before the meeting, or last week's Keep on buying War Bonds. Palm Beach Notes MRS. MABT 8CHREBNKX Repreaentatrre Mr. and Mrs Martin Dubbin. I Congregation Beth El held its 1 216 Valencia Hd.. are announcing scheduled meeting on Tuesday! the engagement of their daughter. Annette Sylvia, to Pvt. Melvin Fried, >>f Tuckahoe, N Y. night at Sher Memorial hall. Lt. Chris Erneston, Jr.. Air Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Erneston, 217 Almeria Rd.. is stationed at the AAF Pilot ol, Greenville (Miss.) Army Airli. Id, where lie is servinu in ipacity of flying instructor. %  • going to Greenville. Lt. Erm stationed at Court• :. Ala. Memorial services for the laUPinkus Schrebnick, son of Mrs Mary Schrebnick. who passedl away in California in December,! 1932. were held at Temple Bcth| El. this week. Mrs. Ben Ryder was hosteM at the card party held by the| Sisterhood of Beth El Congn tion Wednesday ninbt. Whin You Think of Rssl Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phons 6-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service HEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. K. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 80S Lincoln Rd. Ph : 5 MM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach. Fla. ALFAR CREAMERY CO. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM M. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Berring Fein Beach County, featuring • Nationally Famous Southern Dairiea Pro duett and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE FERGUSON FUNEIUL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE I5172 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lota. Homes. 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flUDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1944 kni si, Meridian 'Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewkh Telegraphic Agency, Inc. >y THE ZIONIST FRONT: The tnui Premier, who claims to be Kokcsman for the Arabs *J oViPstine. is due to arnve soon Jf^SSniCton • -And Prof. tlii BroduUky, president of the ft'.,rd of Deputies of British Jews £ d a member of the executive f the Jewish Agency for PalesSj is also due in the United States soon • • Zionist leaders 2, the United States have reJived a letter from Dr. Weizmann containing the gist of his £t t s t talk with Prime Minister Churchill ... The letter is very ^assuring There is a good Heal of grumbling among Zionists C America as to why the House foreign Affairs Committee altered tlie Phrase "Jewish Commonwealth" in the Palestine Resolution Efforts are still beta made to have the word "JewH" inserted before the word ••Commonwealth" in the text, which now reads: "that the Jewh people may ultimately reconititute Palestine as a free and democratic commonwealth" And, incidentally, Congressman Sol Bloom, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, BOW admits that he did not consult the State Department on whether it was desirable that his Committee recommend the passage of the Palestine Resolution to the Congress Nor did he consult the State Department on whether the changes he made in the text of the resolution should be made The truth of the matter is that the U. S. Government now has a clear policy on the Palestine issue, and this policy will not be made known until Hitler is defeated An understanding to this affect is said to exist between the United States and the British Government with the knowledge of leaders of the Zionist movement. • • • THE JEWISH FRONT: Negotiations between the Joint Distri : Funds throughout the country would not like to see the United Jewish Appeal liquidated Leaders of the Joint Distribution Committee had a very interesting conference in New York with the delegates of the Latin-American countries who came to this country to attend the session of the World Jewish Congress And members of the American Jewish Conference are determined to see to it that their next session does not coincide with conferences of other central Jewish organizations The reason for that is a simple one The World Jewish Congress which concluded in Atlantic City just a few days before the American Jewish Conference opened in Pittsburgh, overshadowed the latter as far as publicity in the general press is concerned There was also a great similarity in the texts of the resolutions adopted by both bodies. PAGE NINE CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT By HERBERT J. SELIGMANN (Chief of JTA Bureau in Washington) Rabbi Emanuel D. Rothenberg Newly installed spiritual leader of Congregation B'nai Israel, St. Petersburg. people have feared might be pre-maturely abolished, is going to stay on the job as long as THE ANTI-NAZI FRONT: An there is a war on in Europe interesting and exciting story of The Board's request for $150,000 succeeded in escaping has been approved by the House from France via Germany to the United States after the fall of John W. Pehle, executive director of the War Refugee Board, Pans is told by Jose Antonio de estimates that this amount will Aguirre, president of the Basque ( be sufficient to meet the adminisGovernment-in-Exile, in "Escape trative expenses of the organizavia Berlin" just published by Macmillan ... As a leader of the fight against the France regime, the author was sought by the Gestapo, but succeeded in outwitting the Nazis by proceeding, using false identity documents, to Berlin and from there via Sweden to America While in Berlin, he naturally heard much of what the Germans were doing to the Jews Especially tion through June Congresman Emanuel Celler of New York informs us that some Washington official circles hesitated to publish the report issued by the War Refugee Board on the massextermination of Jews in the German camps of Oswiecim and Birkenau ... It is now revealed that the decision to give information to the American people on the mass-slaying of Jews in these to tne Jews in occupied Poland two camps resulted in part from He relates his talks about' the fact that it was sponsored by Jews with diplomatic represent-, a special assistant to the Ameriatives of Latin-American councan Minister in Switzerland. Rostries in Germany all of whom \ well D. McClelland .Mr. Mccondemned the Nazi policy of ex-1 Clclland. a Philadclphian. has terminating the Jews ... He ad-' been engaged in relief and rescue dresses himself to the average work in Europe for several years No more significant utterance has been issued on the subject of Jew-baiting, politely known as anti-Semitism, during this war epoch, than comes in the Information Bulletin of the Soviet Embassy, under the signature of Vladimir Komarov, President of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. For in that measured statement, the resources of one of the three most powerful governments in the world are pledged to stamping out this most corrosive evil of our age. It is a far cry from this unequivocal pronouncement to the half-hopeless shrugs of those who see anti-Semitism as a "problem" which cannot be dealt with, whose indefinite continuance must ever be assumed. The Soviet Government, as distinguished from half-hearted tolerance of anti-Semitism and antiSemites, in this article of Komarov, says plainly: "The fascists began with stupid anti-Semitic jokes in the beerhalis of Munich and ended with Maidaneks, with millions of corpses of Jews, Frenchmen, Poles, Norwegians, Danes and other peoples of Europe. That is why our attitude toward racial hatred today is different from our attitude in the days of our youth. In those days we merely felt like turning our backs on an infamous and vile spectacle. Today we shall not turn our backs on it until we have stamped it out, pulled it up by the roots, and taken all measures against its recurrence." The Soviet Government has already backed up this utterance by publicly hanging five of the inhuman brutes who stoked the furnace of Lublin in which millions of human beings were done to death. So that it comes as something more than mere oratory or vauge threates of punishment at some future date when Komarov writes: billion"Committee and the United. American whom he considers "a for the plenty being done by both sides The Zionists, it is understood, demand a larger share of the funds and the JDC is definitely opposed to this Both sides are threat-1 savs. ling to'break the partnership, integrity are living but it is logical to assume, that. | that gangsterism^ is deai despite the present friction, the „_„..,, partner hip will continue since; the Federation and Welfare American Society of was he who rethe German which the made public e checked proclaimed by the the 'information, concerning the democracies to the world are ap-1 dates and the points of origin ot Dlied to the full in practice J convoys of Jews arriving at UM Only the people of America, he camps He also supervised ran prove that honor and the translation^Mhereport from And FRONT: The the one great power where overt anti-Semitism is a criminal offense against the State, the Soviet may perhaps be pardoned for offering a little advice on the subject, and again I quote from Komarov: "In this matter the democratic countries must not stop at anything. When any country gives shelter to the Hitlerites or their ideas in the form of discriminatory legislation, in the form of racist organizations or a racist press, it is no longer an internal affair of that country. If your neighbor uncovers in his backyard a container of poison gases that threaten to spread over the entire town, you do not waste time by asking permission to enter his backyard and thus avert the death of thousands of people." It is hardly a coincidence that in the same number of the Soviet Information Bulletin containing this article, entitled "The Stronghold of Humanism," there is a report by the extraordinary state committee on the crimes committed by the Nazis in the city of Minsk. The systematic and sub-human acts reported in this statement have too much corroboration to leave any dubt as to what actually happened. Murder vans and bathhouses designed for the asphyxiation by poison gases of helpless victims crowded into these foul enclosures, setting of savage dogs on helpless Jews, daily crucifixions of thousands of men, women, and children with every form of humiliation and torture that sadism run mad could devise, forcing of people to sing and dance for the delectation of their torturers and murderers—all these are part of the paraphernalia characteristic of fascism and the Nazi-fascist state. This is the end to which antiSemitism leads. As has been said Racist ideas are more danger] before, and as the Soviet Government now explicitly reiterates, every racist and anti-Semite is a potential murderer. There can be no temporizing with nor tolerance of this basic denial of everything which all the great religions and the accumulation of human wisdom and decency known as civilization have proous than any poison gas. It is our generation's great duty to the future, to the cause of progress, civilization and humanity, not only to put out the smoking bonfire of fascism but to uncover and extinguish every one of its smoking coals." Inasmuch as some of the demoforces and : German into English speaking of the War Refugee Board, we read with interest the report submitted to it by Ira representative of the Hias-Ica Emigration Association, during his stay in Turkey ... The report savs that Schweitzer was of treat help to Hirschman in the rescue work which the latter conducted from Turkey in behalf ot the War Refug ee Board. You can't qui' now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and | Bonds' NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not maka our office your headquarters t DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrlst-Optician Phone 5 2343 COLLINS AVE. AT 13TH ST.. M. B. 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When the time comes, as it is now close at hand, for punishment—not merely of war crimes but of basic assaults on everything that makes men as distinguished from beasts—the function of anti-Semitism as one of Nazi-fascism's first and most dangerous weapons must be ever clearly kept in mind. It is a lesson that might well be pondered among some of the anti-Semitic circles of Westchester, New York, Connecticut, and wherever else this particular ugly and deforming shoe fits. WffSun-RfjyPark /HealthHesort RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unu.ua! Foods. Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. a. FOURTH ST. Phone 2-0761. Air Conditioned SEASON'S BEST WISHES COURIC I -Drive-It 745 N. E. 2nd Are. PHONE 2-1672 AY DOWNEY'S ^X CLARA MAY D U w r c %  OLNEY INN OLD PLANTATION RECIPES RESTAURANT I Block from Bus %  •yiide on the Beach, %  "• M From Miami— Vanetian Jit nay • >M5 DADE AND BAR rram Sl P *• !" < tk Daye: Flva P. M. Sunday!) (Cloaad Monday) BOULEVARD GIVE BLOOD NOW! 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PAGE TEN -kmlslfkrldton FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1944 II 86.000 worth of smoke You don't do it with hay. brother! It costs 86,000 good hard American dollars to lay a smoke screen on a 20-mile beachhead for a single hour. Worth it? What would you think if you knew your life depended on reaching that beach without being spotted by the enemy? You'd be mighty glad that—in this war—everything is being done to give the American soldier the best possible chance to live and win money no object. You wouldn't have it otherwise; would you? Then remember—you've got to do your part by buying and holding Bonds. Your dollars are needed to help lay the smoke screen provide the "softening up" bombardment ... flatten the deadly pillboxes. That's what your War Bond money does right now. And in the future it will do still more both for you and for your Country. War Bonds are your safest, and smartest, investment. In ten years, they'll bring you back four dollars for every three you put in. And that money will mean purchasing power... for you. It'll means jobs and a healthier economy in America. So buy more Bonds than you've been buying. Buy more than you think you can afford. They help toward a quicker Victory and a happier peacetime for you. WAR BONDS-TO HAVE AND TO HOLD MIAMI BEACH Y.M. & W.H.A. VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY FOLLOWING CITIZENS AND FIRMS The Fruit Bowl, Inc. Greetings Lincoln Road Buchwald & Co. Joseph Daoud's Sons The Cotton Shop Park Central Hotel Kahn & Alpert Enfield Camera Shop Harry I. Magid Auerbach Paint Co. Laura Pack Harry Zuckemick Russian Bear Benjamin Blumenield Jackies Fine Food Irvln Frankel Lyon Electric Co., Inc. Moss Printing Co. W. A. Wally Al's Sandwich Shop Shoreham & 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 ior Men Bo-Peep Shop Five O'Clock Club Jules Gillette House ol Art Joy's Jewelry Shop K inlander's Sam Lachman Polly Manning Rubinstein's Fashions ior Women Sasson's Linen Shop Sol Stein Mayflower Hotel South Wind Bar & Restaurant Harold Turk HARRY ZUCKERNICK President 1 Lincoln Road. Y. M. & W. H. A.—Phone 5-5319 JACK MARASH Executire Director Blumin & Roberts Sidney Wasserman S. E. Schwartx S. J. Halperin Mayflower Shop Holleman's Restaurant Shepard Broad Joe's Broadway Restaurant Biscayne Laundry Benjamin E. Bronston Benjamin Small Carl Sussldnd Weinklo's Liquor Store George Bertman RUDY R. ADLER Bond CheJrmaa



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BAY. PECEMBEB 15. 1944 BEACH "Y" RIPPLES A Column oi Activities of the Beach "Y" ^^tHcrkibn m P*JS3L!%JP / n 7 m embers. Read on yourselves. Those Latkes Good Attended our Chanukah •hat a swell time they Chanukah bags of Rood.es attributed Plus good hot „ 3 punch. Our original JLjnby the youngsters was feUrGroup. Formed •77 Young Judaea groups %BS immediately after rhanukah party and new Su* welcomed. The 12 Rr Er""P meets Th rsdav 1?m, the 10 to 12 year %  meets Monday, at 7 p. m.. L 7 to 9 group meets Sunit 3 p. m. Join your group 'have fun. 1 Rhumbs • • • Tango Sambe %  here else can you get free ,ba-Tan R o : Samba and any %  dancing instructions rKfcc. TL^f I told you it pays to ^member of the YM ft of Miami Beach. Come and with Nino and Evelyn PAGE ELEVEN NOW OPEN UENBERG & SCHECHTER'S GEORGE I WASHINGTON HOTEL 1516 Wash in a ton Are. Phone 5$617 For All Occasion* j Strictly Kosher Cuisine itioni in advance for Sabbath Meals every Thursday, from 7:30 to 9 Cl..h P *r T' Mera *>fhip Club Geborim—bovs' ri ages 15.17. Girls Club^es & Journalism grouu -.ro ,,, 7 membership P are open 'or tJOZX? ^ roups havt already been formed but would like new mem bers plus new Jdeaj Wha^cTn you contribute? n A Rejuvenation Job Being Completed thP RRr\ dark pinR P n R r om the BBG have created a cheerful ; Pong tables, Pm-Up K i,N Couches. Card tables. Lamps I Flowers, etc. The RecreaTioli | room is equipped with games newspapers-come down and, make yourself homo-like Sport Highlights Coach Gus Jacobson has his! Y quintet reading into good condition—it was reported after last Sunday's practice. The candidates for the team has tripled and Jacobson has a lot more experienced material to work with. The "Y" team will seek tough competition this season as they arc entered in the City basketball league. Army teams are booking us. We must be good' Table Tennis The "Y" Paddlers unbeaten in ten matches in two years with only one tie chalked up against them were idle on Monday night but will see plenty of action when they meet the Miami "Y" and Section B of the Army Ground Forces, Monday, December 18. Leading the Paddlers in the games won and lost column are Jerry Schecter and Bill Freeman, who are tied with 8 victories and 1 defeat chalked up against them while Conrad Kahn and Bert Warsaw have lost two and won seven a piece so far this year. Louis Glass, runner up in the First Annual Greater Miami Table Tennis tournament that was held at the "Y" last year, will Join the Paddlers on Sunday night after a few months stay in $F£*-Sl [appearance on the .„. u eam Wl11 m ake them even tougher to beat in the fmure Amazon Snack Bar will L y l hc defense sn ack bar will again be on the beach Sunday, December 17. Buy a war ^P^d get a free snack Do come around and see us. Membership Drive Opens 1W? y i? mber Bet a member. I hats all we need to put the campaign over the top. The Membership Committee needs workers. Do your bit. Leave your you?"Y 0fflce Help build _,, L ? r Get Acquainted lhe Social Committee is back in the swing. Monday evening, December 25. at the "Y," dance to the music of Herbie Shaw and partake of the delicious buffet supper for which the Social Committee is famous. Ask someone who has attended an affair before. This dance will give our new members an opportunity to meet the old ones. It's free for members. Nonmembers and guests will pay the nominal sum of 50c for an evening of good fellowship and tasty eats. To B'nui B'rith Members.. mm WRITE A CHECK ,,/<*/""" muft' 1
E rotBtsit MORTGAGE v LOW RATES BASY PAYMENTS LONQ TIME TO PAV PROMPT SERVICE i A HC* INSTITUTION Deal With your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES ova $10,000. .on* • *•* •"• Chanukah Program For the Entire Family Two excellent programs given by youth groups will take place on Sunday, December 31. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, the Home Camp will have its Chanukah Reunion. All counsellors and children of the Home Camp will be present and will participate in a fine program. Chanukah gifts will be distributed to each camper and counsellor. In the evening at 8:15, the youth groups, under the direction of Miss Besse Sebulsky, will present two short playlets with a Chanukah theme. Chanukah games will be played and Rabbi Leon Kronish of the Beth Sholom Temple of Miami Beach, will deliver the main address. The public is cordially invited. Annual Dance Larry Grossberg, chairman of the Annual Dance Committee, announces that plans have been completed for the conducting of our Annual Dance on Sunday evening, January 21, 1945 at the Policemen's Benevolent Hall. 2300 N. W. 14th St. The feature of the evening will be a Cabaret! Entertainment that will be given by the teen-agers of the "Y." A Bond subscription is being planned for the dance also. Tickets are available from any member of the committee or at the "Y" office. More details later. Your Blood Deposit... Like Money In the Bank— DTOW on it in case ol need GIVE NOW—CALL RUDY ADLER 5-5319 For Appointment ... 4 ON THE BANK OF UF£ ". g : %  VONAtB ip-iJtc DADE COUnTY BLOOD BAHK CALL 5-5319 AND RUDY ADLER will make arrangements for your appointment Embassy Restaurant 1357 Collins Avenue TO HUNGARIAN-JEWISH CUISINE All Pastry Baked on Premises Dinner From 5 P. M. Tel,. 5-6114 % •Zmmttfontfi m Every Weekday Night! ^ r 7WlW.U*Ar.MWH \__TIL MUfJ YOUR JEWISH FUNERALHOME WE OrTlCUUY WttWT m M AJ0tfT.*l*1*W SEIVING MIAMI BEAM Exclusively J*"^The Beet In Dog Racing at Flarida'e No. 1 Greyhound Racing Center (No Minors Admitted) DAILY DOUBLE, let AND 3rd TLAGLER KEN.NEL CLUB WEST FLAGLER AT 37TH AVE. For patrons desiring to uu bus transportation, convenient service i offered over the Red Adama But from the PrX.sion.f Bldg. station** N..E. 2nd Ave.. via It. N. W. 7th St. route to the Army Air Base. J



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PAGE TWELVE + Jew Is to rk>rkHan FRIDAY, DECEMBER Our Film Folk By HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Motion pictures, declared unanimously by Army and Navy •officers to be by far the most popular form of entertainment in all the uniformed services, are the ibackbone of the government's effort to make life more bearable for the men in the lonely outposts around the world. The Office of War Information, in a report to Hollywood on what is being done for the morale of the men scattered in small groups in all parts of the world, almost from one pole to another, stated: "While nothing can take the place of home, or mail from home. the Army and Navy are doing everything possible to relieve the monotony at outposts beyond the j fringes of civilization. Motion pictures and radio are being used to the greatest possible extent. The men get so hungry for movies they will sit through a drenching South Pacific rain to see a good show." In line with this, one of the biggest motion picture producing programs ever undertaken by the Government or industry is understood to be contemplated by the United States Army for re-indoctrinating millions of soldiers for their return to civilian life when peace comes. Col. Frank Capra will handle the vast proMade From Fresh Oranges DRINK PLENTY OF C?Zripure Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME S-CALLOR BOTTLE 6 0c CASE OF SIX \ TABLE BOTTLES 7 5t 'Pint Bo trip Dtpoiit) PHONE 2-4128 E ram and he will be assisted by t. Colonel Emanuel (Manny) Cohen, one-time top-ranking production executive at Paramount • • • One of the purposes of Walter Wine-hell's current visit to Hollywood was admitted by him this week to be the furtherance of his plan for a motion picture based on a group of historical romances to be found in the life stories of a number of great Americans, a project he has sponsored for several years. Walter tells me that he's been discussing the production of such a picture with a major studio and hopes to see the matter settled shortly. Most likely nc wants to become a producer as well as writer. • • • The fund raised by Irving Berlin's "This Is The Army" film for Army Emergency Relief has passed the $7,000,000 mark. Harry M. Warner, president of Warner Brothers, called at the War Department this week and presented the 7,000,000th dollar, together with an accounting to date to Gen. George C. Marshall. Army chief of staff. • • • Catching Bob Hope in repose was the toughest and most amusing assignment sculptor Max Kalish ever had. he tells me. "I never had such a jumping-jack model in all my life," says Kalish, whose two-foot bronze of the comedian is the only one of an entertainer included in "The Living Hall of Washington. 1944." a collection of 50 statues of notable men of wartime on exhibit in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington. Kalish. who did the entire collection in seven hectic months, dealt mostly with impressive dignitaries who posed in cloist-! (-red privacy. Not so, Hope. Kalish | went to Chicago, where Bob was nppearing. and nabbed him first thing in the morning. But even then, the Hope suite was filled with the bustle of people coming and going. Kalish got him into his most '•haracteristic pose with hands clasped, and Bob would hold it obediently for a few moments, accompanying with a running fire of characteristic quips. Then he'd dart across the room to greet a newcomer and the sculptor would work quietly from afar. Knowing Bob Hope as intimately as I do, I honestly believe Max got off very easily. But wait'll he someday meets Eddie Cantor! • • • Al Jolson, Columbia producer, has returned from a six-weeks transcontinental tour of service hospitals. In his tour of the Purple Heart Circuit, Al sang and told jokes for the wounded boys not only in the large base hospitals but also in the smaller, outof-the-way recuperation centers that entertainers rarely visit • • • Life in and problems of the post-war world will be the subject of approximately 18 pictures emanating from Hollywood in the near future. The majority of themes deal with the rpturning veteran and his difficulties in becoming oriented to civilian life. However, rehabilitation of the injured veteran accounts for two of the pictures, as does life in post-war Germany. • • • LAST SECOND SCOOPS: It will soon be announced that Fanny Brice goes to Warners to be in "Dark Eyes" with Jack Benny MGM-Producer Joe Pasternak is getting more raves for his "Two Girls and A Sailor" than for any picture he ever produced Director Lewis Milestone and screenwriter Robert Rossen have purchased the screen rights to Albert Maltz' book, "The Cross and the Arrow," which they will produce Asked what gag writers talk about when they get together, Al Schwartz, boss of Bob Hope's writing crew, replied: "Comedians. They tear 'em apart" .. In case you're interested. Hedy LaMarr tells me that any girl can be glamorous. "All you have to do," she says, "is stand still and look stupid!" LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROXY URII.LE at 1*07 8. W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to rKlxter the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Ounty. Florida. JACK KAUFMAN ABE ROHENTHAXi MYKRS A HEIMAN. Attorneys for Applloanta. 12/*-15-22-2 1/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVHN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE MARHOR APARTMENTS. 121 N. W. 3rd Avenue. Miami, Kla Intend to n-Kiftnr the aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DANIEL ZABAR8KT ABRAM WASHERMAN Owners. PIANA COOPERHMITH Attorney for Applicants. 12/8-15-22-29 1/6 15. If ^* NOTICES' PLY at 1880 RW '^TtjR 8 JJ Florida. Intend. to aiSatSKj !" name with the Clerk ,,f, r .. tt Court of ^deCou^.^X^' MAX R. 8H R VE^ KM '^ i!/ A .-iEHVT/j Appl,c n 'A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. A Gift of Good Taste" For THE HOLIDAYS RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 'SOT N. W. 7th St. Ph. 1-7801 Beat cars for chronic alok, convalescent and elderly people SANLL BILH M. D., Director Reasonable Pridea BBBBB* -ai-qe Beautiful Grouniii^^, DR. 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 ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 Packed, Priced and Shipped Right ORDER NOW! FLORIDA FRUITS IN Boxes and Baskets Send Them To Your Relatives and Frienda In the North NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICES IS HEREBY arVESN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualnesa under the flotltlous name Of "TUB REA BIDE" 7112 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. OOLDIE F\ BLACK 7118 Collins Avenue Miami Heach, Florida, MORRIS BERICK Attorney for Goldie F. Black 805 Lincoln Rond Miami Beach. Florida 12/8-16-22-29 1/6 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in biialneMi under the fictitious name of EHRENREICH'8 LITTLH HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT, at 217 6th Street. Miami Beach. Florida, Intend tn register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRIET EHRENREICH. JIMMY DeFEO. MEYER8 A WEITZMAN. Attorneys for applicants. 11/17-24 12/1-8-16 CHANUKA GREETINGS SARLI 308 E. Flagler St. Ph. 2-3718 the undersigned, desiringtj, %  In business under the fv5i.fr "S of AIR FLIGHT 'BAR \t VW'U}' S 8srt2S^^ ALBERT BARON IRVIN DWORKIN. LBON KAPLAN. O*"*" BUM In the office of theCUrksl Circuit Court of IMde t5> t ,nty iff MORRJTZ YOI-NCI SILVER, KAPLAN fVftg !" lt/*lKtf?A % Appl, NOT1CB IS HEREBY OIVEN" the undersigned, desiring to en In business under the flrtliin.i. ,m of TICONA MERCANTI Co1 342 8. W. N. River Drive, / Florida. Intend to register th? name with the Clerk of the C Court of Dade County. Florida. ANN NADl.BR HARRY TI8rHI.BR i flSJMOUR PROTSoJ _,. „_ .HERB H COHEN 8ILVER, KAPLAN A DIETZ. u/V-EiFS-iV Appl,c m8 INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Pox 1922. Miami 11, Florida Phone 22903 Notloe la hereby given that thj derslgned. desiring to engage In ness under the fleltlnua nam. MIAMI MKN'8 WEAR CO not" 115 N. E. 1st Street. Miami, Intel register said name In the office i Clerk of the Circuit Court of County. Florida. OEOROH G. ADLKRI .„. MILTON ADLER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 11/24 12/1-8-15-22 ANHI U S I R B U S C H Budweiser TRADB MASK RSS. U. a. PAT. OPT. EVERYWHERE Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS Holiday Special Fancy Gift Baskets Mixed Florida Fruit Va Bu. 1.95 Expreee Extra 1 Bu. 3.75 RIZZO GROVES REG. PACKING HOUSE Bonded Shippera 2134 N. W. Firet Avs. Ph. 3-1438 PLACE YOUR ORDER NOWI Use Buaea 7, 8 and 13 —Buy War Bonds Today$? Wt w*\ ALKA-SELTZER offers faat relief for Headache, BinpU Kraralgia, "Mornln_After". Old Diatreea, Maarular Palna and Acid Indication. sk your Druggist — It (nt and •• Cento RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1256 Washington Avi. Miami Belch In New York Oth Sf a Arasitidam Avi. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE • 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVBN] the undersigned, desiring to el In business under the fii-titloui I of MELANIK GIFT SHOP at Washington Avenue. Miami B| Florida, Intends to reglnter the] name with the Clerk of the C Court of Dade County. Florida. RHBA HERS 12/1-8-16-22-29 NOTICE IS HBHKHY GIVEN, the undersigned, desiring tn enga business under tho fictitious nan MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. at 2134, 6th St., Miami. Florida, Intend register tho said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. EDWARD ALPI 0 11/24 12/12-15-22 NOTICE IH HHRBBT OlVast the undersigned, desiring to el In business under th" fl tltlouaL of Ill'SINKSH SALES CO at 9| Flagler St., Miami. Florida, In to register the said t>:ime wltl Clerk of the Circuit Court of | County, Florida. FRED A. TRACT Sole IJSON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicant 12/8-1S-22-2* 1 :. CIRCUIT COURT 11th JUDj CIRCUIT, DADE COL FLORIDA. IN CHANCERYJ No. 88299. SONTA KANTKIIS, Plaintiff vs. JOSUA RANTERS. Defendant. ORDER 9F PUBLICATION Tou. Joaua Kanters. arc here! quired to file your appcaranj above divorce notion on of Dei-ember 20. 1944 or decree pr fesno will be entered. Dated: November 22. 1944 %  E. B. 11ATHEWA*CI By WM W SITICK1NG.| (Circuit Court Beal) 11/24 12/1-8-16 Dr. Miles Nervine for. blteplenesa. Net vass IrrtUkllltr. KiciUbllUr ,d Ntrvoaa II..dstks. Read direction and uae only ai directed. When You tERVOVS) K .NERVINE v0\i^ pet your dally quota of Vltamlne A and D and BCompl** by tolling ONEA-DAT (brand) Vltaala Tabltto. Economical, eon ven lent. At your drug a to re Look for the big 1 on box. ONE-U-DAY V1TAM.N TAIIiriJ ^MJV ;^s? Buy War St-unpi and Bond.! FURRIER GLAZING • SPECIALISTS • PLATINA LABRADOR • MINE SILVER FOX JACKETS — COLLARS REPAIRS— REMODELING 8TORAGE JOHNSTETT 107 N. E. 1st Avu Ph. 2-7723 Rooms 222-229 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TAX DEED CHAPTER 171 .7 ACTS OF Fii.i-: A M NOTICE 18 HEREB1 OV/Bt M. I* MA8TEIX.EK. holder oil and County Tax (Vri I H676 and 14677. IsHiied the Zra m June. AD. 1940. haa Hied sa^el office, and has ma'le pplicatlol tax deed to be losued •"'[''"vl Certificates embrace the oI '*J scribe* property In the t0U ."J Dade, Stnte of Florida, to I I^.t 24. Block 12 M lUi E B LEATHERJ "ciert Circuit Coj I>ade County. (Circuit B Oourt *oHN 80N. 11/14 U/l-l-1*


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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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December 15, 1944

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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i^BlJslhJEIliDiPiidliiaun
T^^^THE JEWISH UNITY f
OWL
THE JEWIS H WEEKLY
VOLUME
NUMBER 50
MIAMI 18- FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
Iff NT FID
EFFORTS
feprescntatives of. four of Mi-
iJ leading organizations met
m Tuesday afternoon in the
gK of ,he Greater Miami Jew-
lyT federation and formally
l*fw-up a cooperative agree-
nl calling for a unified capi-
[ m fund-raising program.
Sponsored by the Federation
l following a survey by its com-
nitteo on community planning,
Lorescntativcs of the Miami and
K Beach "Vs". the Hille
foundation of the University of
Hiuni. and the Bureau of Jew-
it Education officiary signed
mreements this week which were
I previously ratified by the indi-
fjjual organizations at their
wtmEs. These organizations.
th the cooperation of the Fed-
ention, immediately instituted
tens for the raising of capital
Inds to be used in post-war
lians calling for the erection of
modern structures to house the
erganaations and provide ade-
Cle facilities for the members.
is will be raised from time
I to time through a campaign
nunittee. on which all of the
Ranizations will be represent-
ed, and placed in a fund for
building and equipment purposes.
allocation of these monies will
[ k made by a special committee
Isjpresentalive of all the organ-
oations.
I Plans of the cooperative fund-
raising committee will be made
public as soon as they are com-
pletely formulated.
JDC MINIMUM NEED IS
$46.570.000_FOR 194 5
New York (JTA)The Joint I
Distribution Committee will need
a minimum of S46.570.000 to fi-
nance Jewish reh.f and rehabilit-'
ation work in Europe in 1945.
it was announced here at the
30th annual meeting of the JDC, (
at the Hotel Commodore, attend-
ed by 2,000 Jewish community I
leaders from all parts of the |
country.
The
BE TABLED FOR
Washington (JTA)The Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Committee
. I aw ruieign neiauons Lummiuec
the announcement was made. this week voted 12 to 8 to table
by Joseph C. Hyman, executive | the Wagncr-Taft resolution on
vice-chairman, addressing the Palestine which asks for unre-
gathenng. "The JDC allocated | stricted immigration of Jews to
$20,400,000 in 1944," Mr. Hyman Palestine and for the ultimate
said. "It is a
conservative esti-
mate that if a million and a
half Jews survive in non-Russian
Europe, at least a million will
need help in one form or an-
other. Many will need more than
emergency assistancethey are
without property, means of self-
support and source of income. To
finance these
lestine and for the ultimate
establishment of a Jewish Com-
monwealth there.
No action will be taken on
the resolution during the present
session of Congress, Senator Tom
Connally, chairman of the For-
eign Relations Committee, an-
nounced. He also revealed that
his committee had acted pursuant
^wKK.-.. ...*. ........ v,. ...vv,...,.. w nls commiuee naa aciea pursuant
finance these unfortunates will t0 tne State Department's feel-
require funds unparelleled in the ; ing tnat action on the resolution
history of private philanthropy." i now wouid be undesiring owing
TRIAL OF TERRORISTS
TO OPEN THIS MONTH
Jerusalem (JTA)Trie trial of
the two Palestinian terrorists
charged with the murder of Lord
Moyne will open in Cairo this
month, according to an official
communique issued there.
_.idesiring owing
to the current international sit-
uation.
Secretary of State Edward R.
| Stettinius, Jr. testified before the
! Foreign Relations Committee
prior to the vote. Earlier he re-
j ceived a delegation of Zionist
i leaders composed of Dr. Abba
| Hillel Silver, Dr. Stephen S. Wise
I and Dr. Israel Goldstein.
A statement issued after the
Proceedings will open as soon; vote by the State Department
as a certain vital information is ; emphasizes that the department
obtained in Palestine. Although I considers passage of the Pales-
the trial will be held under mar- tine Resolution at the present
tial law. five civil judges will j time "unwise." The statement
preside. Arabic will be used in | reads:
the court, but Hebrew and Eng-
lish interpreters will be present.
Many witnesses are expected to
be called from Palestine and
Egypt
JEWISH LEADER DIES
K GERMAN PRISON
Moscow (JTA)The Jewish
tali-Fascia Committee this week
ported th.it Dr. Jacob Vigodsky,
KkB-year-old well-known Vilna
Jewish leader, perished in the
pTilna pn-ori during the German
wupation. and that Noah Prilut-
Mky. fonner Warsaw Jewish lead-
Mi, and famous phililogist. who
1941 wa appointed by the
uthuam,!" Government to the
jwly-ci. '' i chair for Yiddish
I Jsnguai>i- at Vilna University, was
*ot by tl i Ge tapo.
QUARTERLY MEETING
OF DIRECTORS DEC. 21
Regular quarterly meeting of
the Board of Directors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will take place on Thursday, De-
cember 21. at Kaplan Hall, of
Temple Israel. VM N. E. 19th
St.. at 8 p. m. The report of the
budget committee will be pre-
sented and will determine the
goal for the 1945 campaign when
acted upon by the directors.
FIVE EXECUTIONERS
ARE HANGED IN LUBLIN
Moscow (JTA)Five German
RUtioners who were captured
jttneMaidanek death camp were
jnft-d last week in the presence
* 20,000 persons, the Moscow
Jw reports. The executions took
rrJn '' Public square in Lub-
The Nazis were convicted by
pecial court of the Polish Com-
f""ee of National Liberation in
Lublin.
JJTI-BiASLAWS URGED
j AT COMMISSION MEET
I. Nv York (JTA)Anti-bias
[ *JJtion -with teeth in it- was
| sw here at hearings conducted
g the State Commission Against
^nmination on the question
legislation barring racial or
I "''Rious prejudice by employers.
Jwpresentatives of CIO unions.
lurches, svnagogues. and legal
>s urged enactment of meas-
"Resolution pertainTng to Pales-
tine have recently been before
I the appropriate committees of
the Congress, and the Senate
I Committee on Foreign Relations
I has inquired as to the attitude
' of the Department of State to-
wards these resolutions.
"The Department has the ut-
most sympathy for the persecut-
ed Jewish people of Europe and
has been assisting them through
active support of the work of the
War Refugee Board and in every
other possible way. The Depart-
ment considers, however, tnat
the passage of the resolutions at
the present time would be un-
wise from the standpoint of the
general international situation
and has so informed the Senate
Committee on Foreign Rela-
i lions."
The Ami rican Zionist Emerg-
| ency Council, which represents
major Zionist organizations m
WELL KNOWN CHEMIST
GIVEN ORDER OF LENIN
Moscow (JTA)-PTOf. Jacob |,
Parnaa. well known chemist who; the Un. ed States, ^ '111(,nl lssued
sari, >3 teHra*
--- uiKrti enactment or meu-
r"<"untaining sufficiently strong
"*' 's and powers of encorce-
?' '" make them effective.
&"* Hollander, president of the
X, ?? urK* that i8,a-
, "on )<>l, discrimination include
* Provisu.n of a $5,000 fine or
* year
*ho
n jail for employers
violate the law.
Jerusai^ (JTA)A second
SX"? of 'end-lease products.
luf'y ff>d and winter clothing.
DutrtT?. *l"l"d by the Joint
rmution Committee repre-
JJJjUve m Teheran for ship-
^ofP0J,.W|in libcraled
,ho civilian population. gjjgg^ Roosevclt on October
____ President iw 7.' jo. Or-
EDUCATORS DISCUSS "jgSTiitSbi&Sl
RACIAL RELATIONSHIP: &-^S
tionships in the schools and col- Palestine^8 w .
W.4j5aA ^^^^ SS
education.1 spon- American PfoP'^J1 and hedged
^tercu tura. -'education" spon-, AmCncanPjoy J-M
sored by the Commission on Ed-; support tttgM ^ ndp
states
grams
tion. a
for intercultura educa- Yfre?and democratic Jewish
mmmm
secondary _schools is Mgr" ittec> mdicated JM^ZSZ.
r^"thrcol.eges and_un,vc:rs.t.ese ^
on
Univ.
he UTl.,r Stercultural pro-
expand then "Jf"^ recom-
Krams. This
was
mended by Dr. Frank I
Baker.
Teachers College_______
SupporT^S^rTwiTLoan.
ably reported to the wg^
S wS the one which ha,
^?b"en deferred in the Senate.
FOR G-D
By RABBI M. MESCHELOFF
"Who is for G-d, let him join ]
with me."
This inspiring rallying cry
brought a stalwart group to the
side of Mattathias in ancient
Modein. It was this band,small,
poorly armed, untrained, con-
glomerate, that grew into the
victorious Hasmonean army. This
rallying cry led to the celebra-
tion of Chanukah. This group
was the first small light which
came to dispel the darkness which
had engulfed Israel.
Had there been no such spon-
taneous response to this cry, the
flickering light of Judaism would
have gone out. Our faith which
includes ethics and morality
would have been blotted out.
Civilization would have suc-
cumbed to the amoral, unethical
paganism of the day.
There were not many who felt
the rousing summons. The *reat
majority of Israel did not under-
stand the implication of the l
term:Who is for G-d, let him |
join with me.
There were weak hearts and
selfish minds. There were vac-
cilating spirits and lethargic
souls. For them religion was a
social function. One worshiped
because it was the fashionable
thing to do. For the social climb-
er religion was a step on which
one rose. One changed religions
and religious adherence to suit
one's environment. For most, re-
ligion was the special moment
of prayer and of assembly at a
house of worship.
Only for the stalwart band of
Hasmoneans was religion a burn-
ing ideal. To them religion was
not a means but a transcendent
tnd,the realization of living.
Life without religion was hate-
ful. A world without religious
freedom was inconceivable.
A vast hiatus had arisen to
separate the spiritual leader from
the great majority. The leader's
thoughts were not theirs. His as-
pirations and struggles were far
from them. His ideals were neith-
er believed in nor appreciated.
During the heroic Maccabean
struggles, more than once did the
puny band of religious zealots
face the ostracism and betrayal
of their own kinsmen.
Chanukah is the expression of
a renewal of religious strength
achieved through loyalty to our
creed and to the spiritual lead-
ers who lived by it and died for
M Wo celebrate Chanukah toaay .
because in those distant davs |
there were the men and women ,
who believed and supported their |
leaders in their struggle for re- ,
ligious integrity. .
The prc-Ch-mukah period is i
being relived in our time. Faith
has lost its ringing appeal to the I
many. A widening gap separates j
the mass from its spiritual lead-
er. The mass no longer has the
vision, the courage and fortitude
to stand with and by its religious
lender .
Only last week a young Rabbi,
spiritual leader in a city in upper
New York state, was asked to
resign by his Jewish community.
He had dared to speak up for
the Drinciple of separation ot
church and state. He had asked
the local board of education to
consider the situation where
Jewish children were being
taught Christian prayers, rituals
and carols in the public school
system. The majority of the Jews
feared that their non-Jewish
friends might not like the pro-
test. They did not rally to his
courageous effort. They failed
both him and themselves They
curried non-Jewish favor by ask-
ing for their spiritual leaders
resignation and publicly disas-
sociating themselves from him.
He did not express their thoughts
or inclination in the matter.
The light of religious freedom
of expression has grown dim in
thaf "community A Chanukah
Jight has been extinguished. How
much could have been done if
the Jewish community had only
stood behind its leader, helped
explain their Rabbi's standpoint,
and; together with their neigh-
b^rt-in true democratic spmtj-
had sought ways of removing the
ASKED TO RAISE
F
In an extraordinary move
prompted by critical overseas
and Palestine needs, the members
of the Allotment Committee of
the 1944 United Jewish Appeal,
after completing a six weeks' de-
tailed analysis of the financial
requirements of its agencies,
called upon Jewish communities
throughout the country to pro-
vide a supplementary fund of
between $4,000,000 and $5,000,-
000 to meet the "irresistible pres-
sure" of the war and reconstruc-
tion needs of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and the United
Palestine Appeal.
Thus far this year the sum of
$25,080,000 has been distributed
among the constituent agencies
of the 1944 United Jewish Appeal
for Refugees, Overseas Needs and
Palestine. Of this sum $15,000,000
was divided on the basis of the
original agreement for the 1944
campaign and the balance was
distributed in accordance with
the decisions of the Allotment
Committee which met recently.
The U.J.A. estimated that the
final total income of the. 1944
campaign would be $27,000,000 or
$28,000,000. This, the Allotment
Committee emphasized, will in-
volve a "shortage of between four
and five millions dollars without
taking into account other urgent
demands."
The appeal to the communities
for supplementary funds was
signed by the following members
of the Allotment Committee:
Herbert R. Bloch of Cincinnati,
I Edwin Goldwasser of New
York. Rabbi James G. Heller of
Cincinnati, Isaac H. Levy of New-
York, Stanley C. Myers of Mi-
ami, William Rosenwald of
Greenwich, Rudolf G. Sonneborn
of New York, and David M.
Watchmaker of Boston, chairman.
IEWS STILL ARRIVE IN
LIBERATED P O L A N D
Moscow (JTA)A steady trickle
of Jews continues to arrive in
liberated Polish territory daily.
it is reported here. Alter eluding
German patrols, the Jews cross
the Vistula, the east bank of
which is held by Russian troops.
Among them are a considerable
number of doctors who are now
serving in the Polish units at-
tached to the Red Army, the re*
port says.
Mcapwhilc, the surviving Jews
in the liberated area are be-
ginning to rebuild some sort of
! communal life. The Polish Com-
i mittee of National Liberation has
| placed at the disposal of the
Jewish Cmmittee, which is head-
ed by Dr. Emil Sommerstein, the
sum of 16,000.000 zlotys (approx-
imately $1,333,333) to be used for
relief and rehabiliation. The first
appropriations made from the
5rant were used to establish a
ewish orphanage and to reopen
the Lubin synagogue.
A Yiddish newspaper will short-
ly be issued in the freed areas.
A provisional editorial board has
already been selected consisting
mainly of members of the staff
of pre-war Yiddish papers. Print-
ing equipment has been obtained
from a Gestapo dump heap in
Lublin. A daily half-hour Yiddish
program will soon be broadcast
over the Lublin radio.
The well-known "Peretz House"
in Lublin, which was the head-
quarters of Jewish cultural
groups before the war, has been
placed at the disposal of the
Jewish community. It now houses
all cultural and social institu-
tions. The famous Lublin yeshfva
has also been reopened. The Jew-
ish committee includes represent-
atives of several Zionist groups,
members of the Jewish Socialist
Bund, and Communists.
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Jenistfhrknan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, ls
BIRTHS
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Coleman
announce the birth of a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glick-
man, 1553 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach, are the parents of a
daughter, born December 3 at
St. Francis.
BRISM
The Brism of the sons of Mr.
snd Mrs. Melville Rapp, Lt. and
Mrs. Charles Storch, and Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Katatsky took
place during the past week, with
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sicgel,
former Miamians, are spending
two weeks at the Norman Hotel.
Miami Beach, following which
they will return to their home in
Washington, D. C.
ENGAGEMENT
Mrs. Harold Band is now resid-
ing on Miami Beach.
Active in the Dade County
War Chest campaign is Mrs. Sid-
ney Wemtraub. who is assisting
the Miami Beach major, Mrs.
Charles A. Young.
Miss Agnes Lotito is leaving
Saturday to spend some time
with her family in Long Island.
N. York. She will return Jan-
uary 2.
Dr. and Mrs. Randolph She-
vach, 3426 Prairie Ave., Miami
Beach, have as their house guests
the doctor's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Shevach of New York
Qity. ______
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Konick and
son, Elliott, formerly of 359 Meri-
dian Ave., now stopping at the
Harrison Hotel, are saying good-
bye to their many friends before
leaving Sunday for Arizona in
the interest of the health of their
son.
Miss Rose Gelman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gelman. St.
Petersburg, Fla., became engaged
to Pvt. Israel Schweitzer last
Saturday in St. Petersburg. The
announcement was made on the
eve of her parents wedding an-
niversary. Miss Gelman is sec-
retary at the local B'nai B nth
office.
Pvt. Israel Schweitzer, son of
Isadore Schweitzer, Buffalo. New
York, is now stationed at the Re-
distribution Center, Miami Beach,
after spending eighteen months
overseas.
The wedding will take place
some time in January.
MT. NEBO CEMETERY
TO JOIN ASSOCIATION
The Mount Nebo Cemetery has
accepted an invitation to join
I the American Cemetery Owners
! Association, which is composed
of the leading modern cemeteries
| and memorial parks of the coun-
1 try. Membership in this national
. organization will give the Mount
Nebo Cemetery the benefit of all
' the new developments and re-
; suits of research being conducted
' by the association. Special studies
are now being made of probable
post-war conditions, so that the
! American cemeteries and me-
morial parks can do their full
share in leading the nation into
a period of genuine post-war
prosperity.
Mrs. Anna Schoenfeld, 305 S.
W. 1st St., left Tuesday for Key
West where she will visit with
h \: brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weintraub.
House guests at the home of
Morris Selig, 400 Ocean Drive.
Miami Beach, are his son and
daughter-in-law, Corp. and Mrs. ,
Joseph Selig, and Mrs. Eli Metz-,
eer. The corporal will spend a
furlough here and the guests will
stay for the winter.
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The unveiling of a monument
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at 2:30 in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Park. Rabbi Max
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Dr. Maurice Klein was elected
commander of Freda Markowitz
Post No. 174. Jewish War Vet-
erans, at a meeting held Monday
evening. Dr. Klein is commander
of Miami Beach Post 85. Ameri-
can Legion. Chosen to serve with
him for the ensuing year were
Isador Brown, Sr., vice com-
mander; Samuel Mazor, Jr., vice
commander: A. S. Goldman, judge
advocate; Dr. Abraham Nemser,
surgeon; and Jack Apte and Ed
Rosenthal. trustees.
Late Friday evening services
will be inaugurated this week at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Simon April will speak
on "Light Over Darkness." The
Ladies' Auxiliary will serve re-
freshments following the service.
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Dade Chapter. National Chil-
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Sunday, December 17. from 3 to
5 p. m. at the Home, 4250 W.
Flagler St.. Miami. Mrs. M.
Kleiman. membership chairman,
has planned an interesting after-
noon. The tea is open to the
public. Refreshments will be
served.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and
Friends
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And for your convenience
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N. C. I. W. TO SPONSOR
FORUMS ON DEC. 15
Forums sponsored by the Miami
Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, will be held Fri-
1 day, December 15, at 1:45 p. m.
in the home of the president,
Mrs. Nat L. Williams, 114 West
i 2nd Ter., San Marino Island. Mi-
I ami Beach. Speaker will be Ed-
! ward Clarke and his topic "Life
of the Modern Russian Compos-
er, Dimitri Shostakovich."
Dessert card and mah jons
party sponsored by the National
Council of Jewish Women will
be Riven at the home of Mrs.
Sam Blank. 321 E. Di Lido Drive,
Hi Lido Island, Miami Beach, on
Tuesday, December 19, at 1 p. m.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
I. G. Kobley. Reservations may
be had by calling 5-7828, or Coun-
cil office. 3-6554.
BEACH MERACHI v
HOLD ANNUAL AFFJ
The Miami Beach Mizrarhi .j
present its fifth annua^cM
affair this Sunday evenin- S
cember 17 at 8 n m a
Beth Jacob Synagogue Thi J
pam wll include candle M
by Cantor Maurice Marnchwl
Chanuka message bv iSJ
Moses Mescheloff, the'i n2l
duet Sasha and Lola UH
Mendel ZolotovT toSunS
^d a Yiddish reading by lW
Shubov. Refreshments and Lai
-" be S^t ^ceeds arel
go towards Mizrachi prSJ
Mrs. A. R. Berow is chairing
the evening.
Cornwall, Ontario (JTA)
Aaron Horovitz, prominent lc
clothing manufacturer, was ri
elected Mayor of Cornwall byl
substantial majority. Horovl
has gained the distinction of b
mg the first Jewish mayor to l
elected in Canada and has servl
the municipality as mayor
five consecutive years.
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|{gT ON DECEMBER 19
The Pioneer Women's Organ-
I ?n of Miami Beach will hold
^""i Tuesday. December 19.
VtTo m. at the Beach YM
Ifi-HA Rabbi Max Shapiro will
ft> speaker and Cantor
Lice Mamches will sing. On
ISTorcani^tion's schedule for
ImAVL' Miami DC-ni.ii, wiui usa
ILX- Goudlow in charge, and
I fVinuk.i card and Latke party
fit: nht at .the same hotel
K the direction of Chavera
Dorff.
MglEB SISTERHOOD
I JO HAVE GAME NIGHT
i The Sisterhood of the Miami
tech Jewish Center will hold
JkChanuka game night Satur-
Zt December 16. at 8 p. m. at
IK'Ccnur. 1415 Euclid Ave.
In Joseph Berman and Mrs.
Samuel Lipton. chairmen of the
mm. announce there will be a
4oice of games, with prizes from
*e Lincoln Road shops to be
warded the winners. Members
od mends are invited. Further
^formation may be obtained by
ailing Mrs. Berman at 5-6952.
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MIDSEASON FORM THF
VOGUE ATW.f1Ig
Witt all racing divisions now
atT'w'" I-"' n"dl^n form
tthe West Flagler Kennel club
the major spotlight is being an-
initial four w-4s of the"record"
bwakjng 83 night meeiinT Jm
brought to the front the Safit
roster of young dogs at West
Flayer since before the war
at Wes?eFHp.0f i*"8 *"*
tn I W> l*u 'S U trut salul('
win i S2,er- President, and
Wilham L. Huntlcy. vice presi-
dent and general manager-thc
wo men who have long been
leaders m the sport for the ad-
vancing of American greyhound
breeding and development of
blood mess that never again will
see this profession exceeded by
breeders of England and Aus-
tralia.
,. Mr,s- Ethel A. Jones, widow of
the late Frank Jones who de-
veloped the great track cham-
pion and still internationally
known sire, My Laddie, appears
to have a slight edge with her
major kennel of youngsters. All
of these fliers, whelped in 1943,
have been blistering the racing
oval and the last half of the
season promises to see them de-
feating the more seasoned racers
with great regularity. Among
them are, Miss Lulu, Chins Up,
How's Zat, and others. With more
than a score of other kennels
also boatsting notable young-
sters, you'll be hearing much
more about such racers as Gal-
I lant Ally, Another Pal, Dutch
I Commander, Major Paul, Johnny
I Johnson, Smoke's Mistake, Black
Flagler, Supreme Command. Tar-
awa. Panther Creek, Little Davie
and others.
The nightly programs start at
I 8 with the daily double on the
j first and third races. Quimelas
| are offered on every race. No
minors are admitted.
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PHONE l'WJl ,
.OPR PRICES ARE RIGHTP WORK IS GOOD'
Paint Body and
Fender Work Complete
8 Day SerVol
TOPS AND
SEAT COVERS
6 Hoot Service!
Andrew O'Rourke, recently
elected president of the Interna-
tional Hotel-Greeters Associa-
tion, is spending this week in
Chicago, where he has been in-
y'tedA t0 address a convention of
the American Hotel Owner's As-
sociation. While there Mr.
O'Rourke. managing director of
the Urmey Hotel of Miami, will
discuss hotel problems affecting
this area with officials in the
North.
TO HOLD SYMPOSIUM
SUNDAY EVE.. DEC. 17
Prominent educators and civic
leaders will discuss their views
Sunday evening, December 17,
at 8 p. m. at a symposium on
the question "A Solution of
Minority Problems in the Post-
war World." The meeting will
take place in Carpenter's Hall,
47 N. W. 3rd St., and is sponsored
by the Greater Miami Icor Com-
mittee. Speakers include Profes-
sor Mark Waldman of City Col-
lege, New York; Alex Miller,
director of the Anti-Defamation
League; Ramona Barth, execu-
tive secretary of the Miami
Council of American-Soviet
Friendship; Rabbi Max Shapiro,
of Beth David Synagogue, and
Charles Smolikoff, director of the
Florida State C.I.O.
Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of
Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauder-
dale, will preach on "Let There
Be Light" at Sabbath Eve services
Friday at 8 p. m.
$25 to $100
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For information leading to the
purchase of a
1935 to 1941 CAR
Phone 9-1085 Day or Night
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4*1 N.W.SECOKD AVENUE
CHANUKA GREETINGS
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2751 S. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 4-9209
CHANUKA GREETINGS
SAVORY BAKE SHOP
REAL HOME-MADE
BAKED GOODS
1684 Alton Road
PHONE 5-4941
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY CHANUKA
THE WENDELIN
RESTAURANT
6742 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 6-3185
The Makers of That Good
ROYAL PALM CREAM
And Distributors of
ROYAL PALM MILK
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
ROYAL PALM
CREAMERY
(Incorporated)
PHONE 3-8655
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PHONE 9-1064
TO JEWRY
.... EVERYWHERE
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TODAY, DECEMBER
15. IS


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 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
___________FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944
K1SLLV 29, 5707
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 50
ON THE WAY
"This marks an important milestone in our community's
history," was the aptly stated comment at the formal signing
of an agreement this week calling for a unified capitol fund
raising program.
Nursed into being by the Federation, four of our major
groups pledged their efforts cooperatively towards achieving
their purpose of more adequately serving the community in
their fields of endeavor.
The Miami "Y" for many years and the newly organized
Beach "Y" since its inception, have felt the need for physical
facilities to house the many activities of their character-building
and cultural programming institutions. The growth of the com-
munity each day makes more imperative the providing of real
community center buildings to make possible the inculcation
oi these benefits to be derived from a properly presented
program.
The Hillel Foundation and the Bureau of Jewish Education,
comparative newcomers in our active oiganizational life, com-
prise the remaining groups that will unify their efforts to estab-
lish this fund that will provide buildings and equipment. Both
of these are slowly but surely establishing their identity and
reason for existence.
The cry "all talk and no action" will now, we believe,
fade into the background as this committee gets its plans
underway. It will raise capitol funds to be kept for building
purposes and, with its successful efforts, will plan for immed-
iate post-war construction.
The efforts of this capitol fund raising program from its
present inception through the period that it will be active will
make these dreams a reality.
Our citizenry, we know, will welcome news that we are
at long last on the way to filling the void to provide the much
needed facilities for these organizations. To add to these glad
tidings is the manner in which they will be effected. This con-
centrated effort in behalf of all the organizations will, we know,
receive a far more gracious reception on the part of the gen-
erosity of our ci'.izciuy. They only too well know the need.
With this proper approach they will respond.
CHANUKA LATKE AND CANTOR'S SLOGAN IS
CARDS BY BETH DAVID ADOPTED BY M. B. MEN
BETH DAVID ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Beth David Synagogue, Miami's
pioneer Congregation, elected of-
ficers at their annual meeting last
Sunday evening. Cnosen to lead
the organization for the coming
year were Al Quadow, president;
Hyman Sootin, vice president;
Ernest Sussmann, recording sec-
retary; Harry Simons, financial
secretary; and Ucorge Goldoerg,
treasurer. Newly elected to the
board were Nat Zalka, David
Brown, and B. A. Sterling. Re-
elected was Milton Friedman,
and hold-overs from the preced-
illg year were Oscar Argintar
and Jack August.
S. S. TEACHERS WILL
MEET ON DECEMBER 18
On Monday, December 18, the
Sunday School Teachers' Semi-
nar, sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education, will meet for
tin' fourth time, at Temple Is-
rael, at 8 p. m.
This Seminar is the fourth in
a series of 12 to be held during
'.he next six months.
The purpose of the Seminar
is for teachers to exchange ideas.
i>t danngically, and for discussion
of problems relating to the Sun-
day School, and subject matter
taught in the Sunday School.
Sunday School teachers and
theif friends are welcome to at-
tend.
AJC SPONSORS FOURTH
IN SERIES OF REVIEWS
The fourth in the series of
"Friday Reviews" sponsored by
the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress will
be held December 22 at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein, director of educa-
tion, will present a guest speak-
er, Mrs. J. Lewis Cunninpham,
who will review "Immortal Wife"
I y Irving Stone. A dialogue will
follow between the two women.
Members and friends arc invited.
Single admissions will be 50c,
and subscriptions for the series
may be purchased for four dol-
lars at the door from Mrs. Philip
Sa'nmn or Mrs. Max Meisel,
'hairmen.
A traditional Chanuka Latke '
and card party, annual elaborate '
event sponsored by the Beth
David Sisterhood, will be held
this Sunday evening at 8 p. m.
in the Beth David auditorium.
Mrs. Louis J. Hartz is in charue.
Members and friends are invited
to attend.
The regular monthly meeting
of the Sisterhood is scheduled for
Wednesday, December 20, at 2
p. m. At that time the nominat-
ing committee will present its
recommendations of officers to
be elected for the ensuing year.
JEWISH WOMEN WILL
OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS
The Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, real-
izing the need for trained social
workers announces that a scholar-
ship loan in graduate work at
an accredited school of social
work will te given for the year
1945-46, beginning with either the
March or July semester.
Applications may now be filed
at the Council office, 513 Con-
gress Buildine. addressed to Mrs.
Benjamin LeVine, social welfare
chairman, giving full particulars
regarding degree obtained and
what graduate school the ap-
plicant would desire to attend.
AUXILIARY IS MAKING
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Having sent over 70 gifts to
joy shops at Bay Pines and Lake
City veterans' hospitals, Freda
Marknwitz auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans, now is making Christ-
mas presents and party plans
for sai'ors at Dolphin Naval in-
stn'la'io'v
Recently elected auxiliary of-
f" Mr*. Abp LeVine, pres-
ident; Mrs. Murray Storch, senior
yne-president; Mrs. Eva Taub.
jvnior vi e-president; Mrs. Frank
K'ine, judre advocate; Mrs. Nat
Roth, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Sha-
piro, conductress; Mrs. Irving
Verdon, rhanlain; Mrs. Abe Good-
man, Mrs. Philip Levi and Mrs.
A"i Brooks, trustees.
Date for the installation affair
will he announced.
Through the efforts of the Mer-
chants' Committee of the Miami
Beach Servicemen's Hospitality
Committee, the campaign spon-
sored by Eddie Cantor to "give
; gift to the G. I. who gave" has
been adopted in Miami Beach
stores. On Wednesday nights over
the NBC network Eddie Cantor
has been urging Christmas shop-
pers, when buying gifts to pur-
chase extra ones for the wound-
ed soldiers convalescing in the
Army and Navy hospitals.
The depositories for these gifts
in Miami Beach are: Burdine's
800 Lincoln Road; Saks-Fifth
Avenue. 744 Lincoln Road and
Morris Bros.. 1261 Washington
Aye. Gifts may be purchased any.
where and left in these three
designated stores. The Harvey
W. Seeds Post of the American
Legion will collect the gifts and
distribute them at Christmas time
among the hospitalized service-
men recuperating in the six hos-
pitals which comprise the AAF
Convalescent Hospital Unit in
Miami Beach.
RABBI LEHRMAN WILL
ADDRESS SPINOZA SAT.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad-
dress the Spinoza. Forum, this
Saturday morning afternoon. 3
p. m., under the canopy, on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson. 11th St., between
Collins Ave. and Ocean Dr.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Lehrman's
tP'c will be "The Uniqueness of
the Hebraic Tradition." Next Sat-
urday afternoon. Dec. 23, Ramona
Sawyer Barth will address the
boinoza Forum on the "Truth
About China." General discus-
sion follows every lecture.
Washington (JTA)The House
Labor Committee, in a report
supporting the establishment of
a permanent Fair Employment
Practices Commission, this week
predicted the possibility of post-
w.ar, rafe riots in the United
Mates unless we safeguard the
right of minorities."
''The four largest minorities
who suffer from job discrimina-
tion practices are our 13.OCO.000
Neproes, our 5,000,000 Jews our
3,000,000 Americans of Mexican
Fnoay, Dec. 15:
National Council of Jewish Women.
Poruma, home of Mrs. Nat wn-
llama, 1H Went 2nd Ter.. San
Marino Island. 1:45 p. m.
Saturday, Dec. 16:
Miami Baacb Jewish Center Sister-
hood, K-*me night, patio of Center.
s ::" |>. in.
Sunday, Dee. 17:
KeliKltniH School Chanukah program,
H.-th Jacob, mornlnjr; Beth David
KlKterhood Chanukah card and latke
party. p. m.; Home-camp reunion,
Town "Y." 2 p. m.; Teen Age
Chanukah party. Town "Y." 8
p. m.
Monday, Dee. 18:
Miami Itrach Jewish Center Sinter-
hood Center, evening. Hadassah Hoard
Meeting, Federation Office. 12.30
p. m; Sunday School Teachers
Semln.ir conducted by the Bureau
of Jewish Education Temple Israel,
S p m.
Tuesday, Dec. 19:
National Council of Jewish Women.
card party and de.sert luncheon.
Mis Ban Blank, 421 B. m Lido
Drive, 1 p. m l-lone.r Women. Mi-
ami lleaih, membership tea, Jewish
Center. K 30 p in Qreater Miami
Jewish Federation Bxec itlve Com-
mittee Meeting, Federation office.
" I' m ; HlaMk Choral and Singing
Society sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education In cooperation
with the "Y-" and affiliate I con-
negations. Miami Ileach Jewish
Center. X p. m.
Wednesday, Dec. 20:
Meth Jacob Adult Institute. 8 to
10 p. m.; Beth David Sisterhood
Meeting, 2:30 p. m.; Workmen's
< ircta Branch No. 692. regular mem-
bership meeting. S 30 p. m.; It.th
Sholem SMerhood regular meeting.
8 |> m Miami llench Jewish Center
Adult Courses In conjunction with
the Itureau of Jewish Education
and eponsorlng organization*. 8 P
m. r
Thursday, Dec. 21:
National Children's Cardiac Home,
I>ade Chapter, dessert card party
p m ; rjreater Miami Jrul-h
Federation Hoard of Directors Meet-
Ing. Kaplan Hall. |p m Serve A-
2#P,taI Committee. Federation
Office. 2 P_ m ; Adult Courses spon-
sored by the llureau of Jewish EIn
RjlS?' nB.';,h~ I,nvM nr"' Temple
Israel. Beth David. 8 pm.
Friday. Dee. 22:
-!^Tran. .J*wl^ Congress. Worn-
ens Division. Friday Review. 1:}0
p m.
Sunday, Dec. 24:
Miami Beach Service league, Beach
T. supper and dance,
Monday. Dec. 28:
American Jewlah Congreaa. Worn-
!.!i. n,v',,"' regular meeting:
H,drh"-h* ProV","on1 vllon of
"v..*"-"?." rea-ular meeting. Beach
i. x i.i p. m.
id*!? tJ,ou T,ully B.uPPortmg the
Sixth War Loan effort?
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
Accountant and Auditor
PHONE 2-2412
620 Security Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LEE PHARMACY
801 Washington Avenue
Complete Cut Rat*
Prescription Drug Store
SEASON'S GREETINGS
*
A. H. BRANNON
FIRST STATE BANK
OF MIAMI SPRINGS
A MTO ^TL^d
TO ALL JEWRY '
Dr. Roger W. Arnold
m S. W. 22nd Avenu.
MIAML FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
DE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAML FLORIDA
CHANUKA GREETINGS
*
LaVIGNE ELECTRIC
COMPANY
176 N. E. 20th Street
y
HAPPY CHANUKA
BROWNLY'S
247 East Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Candies. Fountain. Luncheon-
ette. Home Made and Boxed
Candies. Carmel Corn
y*
SEASONS GREETINGS
Phone 58-1168 Phone 58-1203 |
JOY'S
Jewelry Costume Jewelry
Ba9 Gifts
Watch Repairing
527 Lincoln Road
1115 Washington Are.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Dade Typewriter Co.
198 N. E. 2nd Avenue
On the Corner
WoadrtOBk Typewriters
Adding Machines
Rentals Repairs Supplies
ALL MAKES
PHONE 3-5335
GREETINGS
CHILDREN'S
CORNER
RESIDENT AND
DAY SCHOOL
1849 James Avenue
PHONE 5-3849
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WILLIAM E. COOK
936 Everglades Concourse
PHONE 6-3755
RENTALS SALES
MIAMI BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
HANNAU
STUDIOS OF FINE
PORTRAIT
PHOTOGRAPHY
612 Lincoln Rd.
Phone 58-2923
SEE OUR
SKETCH FINISH
An Exclusive Presentation
of Portraiture.
CRITICS
MARTHA RAYK: "You're wonder-
ful."
K. M. I.OEW (president l>oew'i
Theatre*): "Thank >u for your
excellent work."
. .......nr.su.N ROSS, lit. V. 8.
Marine Corps: "To a fine rirtlit
and a very true friend Ol the
service men."
A HAPPY CHANUKA
*
T. E. BRAUN
PIANOS
PIANOS BOUGHT and SOLD
2380 N. W. Seventh Street
PHONE 4-5965
ACME CABS
and
Henry's Service
Station
904 5th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Wish All
Their Customers
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL THE SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
y
P. A. AUSLEY
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
BISCAYNE
Engineering Co.
47 If. W. First Street


FRIDAY.
DECEMBER 15. 1944
^jJwistFhridiam
PAGE FIVE
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rilh Says .
enemy remains our job is

WE MUST BUY
ORE WAR BONDS
WAR
LOAN
ir To Help Buy The
Weapons of Victory ir
^ To Win A Complete
Victory...
ir To Help Bring The Boys
Back To An American
Life...
* Jo Show What We Can
Do.
PICK THE SECURITY
THAT'S BEST FOR
YOU...
1 *^ i 1947
/
Wear your
name proudly
on at 100 Bond
of the Fighting
SIXTH WAR LOAN!
Help get it overput the Sixth War Loan
overbuy an Extra $100 War Bond Now.1
support.ny ______
GREENE'S LADIES' APPAREL STORE
246 North Miami Artnut Miami
BLANCHE SHOP
Child's Wearing Apparel
28 North Miami Avenue Miami
A. A. EXTERMINATING COMPANY
2694 Watt Flegler St. Mi mi
GORDON'S DRESS SHOP
duPont Bui dino Miami
STEVENS DRESS SHOP
45 E. Flagler Street Miami
FAV1US FAY'S
24 North Miami Ave. Miami
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
NORTON TIRE CO.
tOO W. F "ler St. Miami
4HHISSLW"
K. BURNS & SON. Diamond Brokers
114 East Flaglcr Street Miami
LUDMAN CORPORATION
Max Friedson 21 N. W. 21t Street Miami
ORLIN'S ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES
105 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami
ADELMAN PIPE AND STEEL CO.
47 N. E. 25th St.Miami
ELEANOR'S
174 S. E. lit St. Miami



PAGE SIX
Once there was a man
named BiN
-
Bill was with the fin*
Marine* who went to the
Pacific. For three yean
he fought Japs.
Then at Saipan, Bill saw
a job he thought should
be done. He went ahead
with the job. And it did
help. And he didn't come
back
Perhaps there'* a lesson
in this siory for some of as
at home. Don't waste time
wondering whether or not
you've done your share.
Kecpaon buyin war bonds.
UGSTT CSMMVt
HdmmonD'5
No Tricky Food At
HAMMOND'S
If You Liks
The Finest Food
Honest Quality
Generous Servings
as fresh and pure as the
market affords and without
camouflage
Then You'll Like
HAMMOND'S
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE
ST. AEGIS RESTAURANT
FIFTEENTH YEAR UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT
TODAY
Friday, December 15th
AT 4:30 P. M
SERVING
"FLORIDA'S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DINNER"
446 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
**>>-* -^ *-'
&!i "*.M
ZSfr :-
An
.
Unforgetable Event!
HARRY RICHMAN
(Accompanied by Fabian Storey
at the Piano)
AND A BRILLIANT REVUE
ESTELITA
Neil Fontaine The Dancing DeMarlos
Copacabana Girls
THE ORCHESTRAS OF
RALPH ROTGERS AND BILL TASILLO
Cl'ISINK IIY OBOROB rOMKUANTZ
Iti. 5X-JS77 I.oui llonce.
Mint: AtiFI
COAiMLO-
TO ALLSEASON'S BEST WISHES
"City Ice" serves the food industry In an untold num-
ber of ways. From farm to table, food depends on
ICE. In fact, modern food distribution to military aa
well as civilian population is IMPOSSIBLE without
ICE. In the fields, in railway refrigerator cars and
trucks, in cold storage plants, hotels, restaurants, fac-
tories, stores, and homes. ICE In its thousands of
applications, helps guard the nation's food supply.
PROTECTING FOOD! THAT IS OUR WAR JOB
ICE
+JewistncrlcHar)
_FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15. 194|
FOR G-D
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
undemocratic practice of having
a dominant religion forced upon
the minority. .
Ix-t us light our Chanukah
lights and commune with our-
selves. Are we ready to stand
up for the principles of our lead-
ers? Are we ready to respond to
their cry, "Who is for G-d. let
him join with me?" Are we
ready to struggle for our re-
ligion: to defend our correligion-
lsts the world over; to Intensify
and extend the field and influ-
ence of Jewish education: to
earnestly tackle the many prob-
lems which beset our people in
our time?
Our spiritual leaders devote
their lives to the interests and
needs of our people. Don't let
their hands grow weary, nor their
courage falter. Let them feel the
might of an understanding and
sympathetic community. In the
spirit of united action we shall
rekindle our lights. The torch of
Jewish dedication to divine ideals
will then bring light and new
hope to the entire world.
The Miami Beach Lodge No.
170. Knights of Pythias, will hold
a Pythian district meeting Mon-
day, December 18. at 8 p. m. at
the Miami Beach YM & WHA.
1 Lincoln Rd. N. McUlchs. Grand I
Chancellor of the Domain of i
Florida, will address the gather-
ing. The Dokies, musical quartet, i
will entertain and refreshments j
will be served. Alfred Finkelstein ,
is chairman of the committve in
charge. All Pythians of the 7th
District and their friends are in- ,
vited to attend the meeting.
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
ADRIAN McCUNE
REAL ESTATE APPRAISER
REALTOR
Security Bldg. Phone 3-7798
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
515 First National Bank Bldg.
PHONE 3 4884
Chanuka Greenness
SHhEEL&JABULT
IMPORTERS
900 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
LEGAL NOTICES
NCITICK IS UKKKI1Y CilVKN that
the. undsra l|ci."-l. desiring to i i:..jo-
in buniness under the fictitious luime
of AN80NIA AI'AKTsTKNTH at 318
21 at Ht Miami Ilrm-h. Florida. Intend
to register the wild name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ad
County, Florid*
JOBBPH TKNKIUfH
BESSIE TBNDKICH
11/10-17-24 12/1-1
NOTICE 18 IIEKKHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnge In
business under the fictitious name of
WHITE ROSE UVK POULTRY
KOSHER MARKET. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intends to register the mid
name, with the Clerk of trt* Circuit
Court of I>ade County. Florida.
HAM EIX1ISON
BERNIIAKD KABM
11/1T-84 11/1-g-lS
.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FON
TAX DEED
F1IJC 2I7&0
Nvtlc*. Is hereby given that John
H Mann holder of City of Miami
T*K C.rrt If Irate Numbered 44, dated
mZ+^.fW. .i June- AD > *
filed said Certificate In my office, and
naa made application for tax deed
to Issue thereon In accordance with
*?. Haid Certincate embrace, the
f"tU:w'n* described property, situated
in M|l County. Florida, to-wit
Lot Hlork II. Buena Vista Oar-
dens. Flat Rook i. Km 45 In the
eftnerlde!*m1, CoUn,y '* State
The assessment of said property
STll! th* ""d Certificate IsaassI was
in the. name of Unknown Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
lm tha tfetfA?- Wl" k*u* hereon
r46 ** Janu**y. A-p.
A.DWm4,hl" ,Ith E B L.EATHERMAN.
gfi* of Circuit Court.
C1r,H Oeur?^aJ?U"ty' """*
/..-*-',%.?, JOW>N. D C.
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
RICHIE METALS
Iron and Metal of All Descriptions Phone 1 ooi
New and Used Plumhing Supplies
2116 N. W. 27th AVENUE
* LEVXH____________________ MIAMI. FLORIDA
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
311 Mendosa Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 4-2201 phone 3.486()
Knegel's Strictly Kosher Dining Room
AT ADMIRAL HOTEL
1020 MERIDIAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH TEL 5 9396
Under personal supervision of the KrW-ft-ela and Jackson of Ijik.wnrui
Sad IU-kaway for 2i {Tears. '^mwooj
Breakfast up to 11:00 A. M.Dinner from 5.00 P M
Saturday from 5:00 P. M. only
BEST WISHES FOR
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
R & M APPLIANCE SERVICE
1214 S. W. 8th STREET
PHONE 9-1064
JEWELS WORK OF ART SILVER
FURNITURE. ANTIQUES AND CURIOS
Now located and open at their new address
INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES
1130 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
A. SCHORR. Representative
BUSINESS PHONE 58-1025 RESIDENCE PHONE 22503
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
STEVENS MARKET
2001 N. W. 62nd Street Phone 7-5331
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DECEMBER 15, 1944
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flUDAY,
^T^r MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported bv^wTCTT,
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PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
PARADE!
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
HAS ELECTION TUES.
cgt LE ROY FELDMAN
g KILLED IN ACTION
I,W'cS^'slABBATH OF IEWISH
Mr and Mrs. Sam B. Fald-
J. 2160 S. W. 24th SU war.
^rrned by the War Depert-
of the death of their son.
*%tLe Roy Feldman.
Sot. Feldman. U. S. Army
Medical Corps, was Inducted
KJSlMl/H. wMklltodtai
S in the European theater
of war two weeks ago.
Beiidea his pano*. Sgt
Kidman leaves a brother. Bob.
CHANUKA PARTY FOR
M, BEACH SERVICE MEN
CHANUKAH The Miami
B*ach Service League held a
Chanukah Party for more than
n Servicemen and Service-
iomen at the Miami Beach YM
t WHA. Wednesday evening,
December 13. Chanukah gifts
fere distributed to every member
d the Armed Forces present. In
diaree of the program were Pvt.
Lou Fox and Pvt. Ivan Gross-
nan, assistants to Chaplains
Kraft and Miller. The traditional
Chanukah "lathes" were served
after the program of entertain-
ment, which included, Lighting
of the Candles, a talk on the
meaning of Chanukah, singing
,of Chanukah songs and playing
of Chanukah games, with the
customary Dreidlach. Other
Chanukah parties under the
sponsorship of JWB, were held
locally at the Miami YM &
WHA. with hostesses from the
Miami Service League, and at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
where the women of the senior
hostess group were in charge.
Out of town Chanukah affairs
held through the sponsorship of
the local <>'"
day:
Dlacuseton Group. N p. ra., yuum
Bwh YM YHA, Chapluln Cart I.
Miller.
Tanadar:
Choir rehparaal, 8 p. m.. Miami Beach
Jewish Community Onti-r. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Cantor Etnanuel linrkan.
Wfl1nd):
CHAPLAINS OBSERVED
"Jewish Chaplains Sabbath"
win be observed in synagogue
and temple pulpits throughout
the country this Saturday. Dec.
16, the Sabbath of Chanukah, in
tribute to the two hundred and
sixty-six rabbis now serving in
the armed forces of the United
States. The observance has been
arranged by the Committee on
Army and Navy Religious Activi-
ties (CANRA) of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, 145 East
32nd St.. New York City.
Sermons, dealing with the
valiant role of the Jewish chap-
lain in the war, will voice Amcr-
RABBI SHAPIRO GUEST
SPEAKER AT AIC PARTY
The B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxil-
iary chose officers for the en-
suing year at their meeting last
I Tuesday evening. Officers elect-
i ed are: Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein,
president; Mrs. Benjamin Lan-
dau, first vice-president; Mrs.
Harold Turk, second vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Jerome Freehling, rec-
ording secretary; Mrs. Max Berg-
man, financial secretary; Mrs.
Morris Gerstein, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. J. Bermann. treas-
urer; and Mrs. S. B. Miller, moni-
tor. Members of the board of di-
rectors include: Mrs. Norman
Jacobs, Mrs. Jean Silverman,
Mrs. Nancy Richardson, Mrs.
Sam Silver, Mrs. Milton Fried-
man, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Miss
Jeannette Teller, Mrs. Fine, Mrs.
Ida Optner, Mrs. S. H. Goldman.
The B'nai B'rith Girls, meet-
ing at the same time, likewise
held their election, and chosen
to serve their organization were:
Mrs. Jack Rosen, president; Miss
Dolly Pont, first vice-president; | at 58-2064.
Mrs. Gertrude Grossman, second _
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth
David Synagogue, will be guest
speaker at the "Every Member
Bring a Member" party which the
Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress is staging
December 28. The affair, fourth
in a series of membership dessert
parties designed to augment the
membership of the local chapter,
will be held at 12:30 p. m. at
the Terrace Restaurant, Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. There will
be a half hour of program and
music followed by a social period
with card games and mahjong.
Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs.
Emanuel Baskind, membership
chairmen, are in charge of ar-
rangements. Old and new mem-
bers will be admitted free of
charge as guests of the Congress.
Those who come without bring-
ing a new member will be re-
quested to pay the admission
price of one dollar. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs.
Meisel at 5-7253 or Mrs. Baskind
momentary Hebrew, 7: p
ami Bwh TM A YHA: Stud
'Tha Reconatrurtionlat Movement." \ k-""'0 ">wn
8 p. m., Miami Rearh YM & WHA. significant service.
t **" '' .in neat, n lit vwitv raiiiWI
.-I?"*rvTi47:5 5 T. M1" ican Jewry's appreciation of the
WttSLUJ&'SfiA I *** wholehearted and
Chaplain Saul Kraft
Friday:
Sabbath Service*. 8 p. m.. Chaplala
Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM *
WHA: Chaplain Carl I. Miller.
Polnrlana Hotel. 1551 Colliaa Are..
Miami Beach: JWB One* Shabbat.
refreshment* nerved by hoatejiaen
from the Miami Beach Sftrvtca Laa-
Kvie. Chaplain Meyer Meremlnaky.
Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field;
JWB One* Shabhnt. rvfreamenta
served by hofllesnes from the Miami
Service league.
Sat unlay:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. ra.. Miami
Beach YM 4 WHA. refreshment!
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue. Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m.. Mi-
ami YM YWHA. 1567 8. W. 5th
St., refreshments served by Miami
8ervlco League.
Sunday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami
Of the two hundred and sixty-
six Jewish chaplains on active
duty, two hundred and twenty-
five are in the army, forty are
in the navy, and one is in the
Maritime Service. One hundred
and thirteen are at overseas
posts.
Six Jewish chaplains have died
in line of duty: Irving Tepper,
Louis Werfel, Alexander Goode,
Henry Goody, Samuel D. Hur-
witz, and Herman L. Rosen. The
occasion of Jewish Chaplains
Sabbath will also serve as a me-
morial tribute to those rabbis in
uniform who have paid the su-
preme price.
vice-president; Mrs. Edythe
Magaziner, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Eleanor Feldman. rec-
ording secretary; and Miss Yvette
Rosenbaum, treasurer. Board of
directors: Mrs. Adele Stotland.
Mrs. Gertrude Grapman. Miss
Toby Stepkin, Miss Sue Berger,
Miss Paula Horowitz, Miss Diana
Jaffe, Y 2/c Minnie Friedman,
and Miss Ethel Pont
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami /ijnip UnT}rlTT\ RANT!
Beach Jewish Community Center, re- V/Arl. tWJMJUU KUWU
WRITES SERVICE PAGE
freshmenta
hostesses.
aired
senior
SHRINE CARNIVAL WILL
CLOSE NEXT SUNDAY
The fourth annual Mahi Tem-
ple Shrine carnival and fair at
the circus grounds, N. W. 23rd
St. and Eighth Ave., will be
brought to a highly successful
close tomorrow and Sunday. Both
days will offer matinees start-
ing at noon as well as mght
shows opening at 6:30 p. m.
With thousands of school chil-
dren as well as armed forces
members here at Redistribution
and hospital centers having been
entertained* as guests of the MabJ
Templed uring the past week.
Potentate Milo Coffrin has an-
nounced it is the most successful
-------- A note to the Service Parade
Dan KrouL a technician 5th I was received this week from
grade, son of Mrs. Anna Kroul,' Captain Harold Rand, a former
1334 Washington Ave., who is practicing physician of this city.
. with an aviation engineer bat- He writes that he was in New
!h the sponsorship of building bases for Allied Guinea for quite a while and is
tte local office of the National in Italy, recently re- now in the Phillipines being
Jewish Wetfare Board, were held jvd ^ Good Conduct award with the first general hospital
at Bora Raton, West Palm Beach meritorious and exemplary to go into these islands, "We have
and Ft. Pierce. At all these ^f- [^havior I constant air-raids with many
ST. REGIS RESTAURANT
OPENS ONM.B. TODAY
The St. Regis Restaurant, lo-
cated at 446 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, will open today for its
fifteenth successive season. Un-
der the same Sherry manage- j,
ment for the entire period of, presentation in the event's tus-
its successful operation, the rest-1 tory. All proceeds go to the
aurant features American-Jewish Shrine's crippled children and
cuisine. hospital funds.
-----____________..... _. General Manager Dave Endy
HUSBANDS INVITED TO 0f the famed Endy Brothers
sisterhood mnrnai*g&^jz*gr&2
Members and their husbands | concluding performances
fairs, gifts were distributed. The
women of the Ft. Lauderdale and
Hollywood Auxiliary of B'nai ---------
B'rith provided the gifts for the j formerly
Boca Raton Chanukah party. The Senior
Miami Service League provided honor -
the gifts for the Ft Pierce | release the first flare
Members and their husoanos,- -. h d the Klam_
are invited to the next scheduled reacn "| be in real
meeting of t^e Sisterhood of the orousmmway ^^ ^
Miami Beach Jewish Center on 1 carmvai ana pcr?orrriers plan
Monday. December 18. at the majority oi^ tne p ^ ^
. | SB"** SSTof mthekeehP^-1 MSflo their schedule in mid-
-idiua witu many I days has been planned. Cantor i January. -----
Zeros being shot down overhead Emanuel Barkan will entertain I
;.,,- i;i, ih mnvii><" h writes. ..,.,.-i,,-iiiu u/ith .Tpu/ish folk sones. I
Chanukah party.
Philippine invasion of several
weeks ago on Leyte island. Kim-
mell's parents reside at 831 9th
St., Miami Beach. He is a brother-
in-law of Lt. Ted Hankoff. of
Pfc. Henry P. Burg, son of
Benjamin Burg. 2153 S. W. 10th
St. was reported wounded in. ,
action by the War Department. I Miami Beach.
Fl Out This'Ceiipon~akd iwi"fb~"WAR RECORDS." Airay
Nervy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami II. Florida
',h and very interesting people.
He asks that his good wishes
be extended to his many friends
here.
Name .
Serial No.
Home Address_____
Birth Date____
Street
Birthpl
City
State
Civil
lan
Occupation..
"City State
Marital Status---------
Date Entry
In Service______
Date
.Discharged
Branch of Service
Full name of nearest kin------
Relationship...........___Address
information Transmitted by _
Telephone number
____Rank or Rating
David H. Davis. Signalman 3/c.
has arrived home for a visit with
his wife and son, of 150 Jeffer-
son Ave., Miami Beach. He is
stationed on a crash boat and
has been in the service about
ten months.
Support the Sixth War Loan.
_________________I tions, it was vuicu ..**"-.-TT
anMTRAT HOTEL NOW i of the bank's board of directors.
ADM1KAL tlU IBfcm/iv -jack" Cleary, executive
IS RUN BY mffiGEIS dir^oV, sported that 18.205
--------- transfusions had been given by
The Kriegels, operators of ho- the bank since its inception on
tels and dining rooms atLake- r d 1941 t0 Nov io oi
Tha> Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wanta in-
teresting letters "***
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 original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee.
Bex 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
cur servicefolk are. what
they are seeing and doing.
wood and Rockaway for the past
25 years, are now at the Admiral
Hotel. 1020 Meridian Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. This is the Kriegels
first season here, and the strictly
Kosher dining room of the hotel
will have their personal super-
vision.
year. Of that number, he
said 12,979 were whole blood and
5.226 were plasma. Staff, or char-
ity, transfusions numbered 7.4TO.
During the last 14 months the
bank issued 1.234 transfusions to
dependents of men of the com-
munity in the armed forces.
Jerusalem (JTA)-High Com-
missioner Viscount Gort visited
the Jewish Agency's agricultural
SINGING SOCIETY HAS
ADOPTED NEW NAME
_______ line jt-wian *w-j -c--- .
a P Cannes director of the! experimental station at K*no-
ing Society, sponsored b>'the leaders Ait Weizmann M
'----------------------------------------r. -stte. Made Passible Through
Devoting This Paoe to tha Effort, of the ArmyN.vy Committee. *.
the Co-Operation of
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN &
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
1S5 E. Flagler St. WJ Lincoln Rd.
IACK C. IAYSON
Miami
PUBLIC GAS CO.
7200 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
76 S. E. 1st Street
I' RUBIN SONSOriainal Rubins
145 If. Miami Avanue
M. ROTH & HAYS
Manufacturers Agents Langford Blag.
MONTE SEUG
MtaanL riorida
RESTAURANT
170 N. W. Fifth Street
RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.
160 E. Flagler Street
LEO ROBINSON
Miami Beach
INC.
RUBINSTEIN'S
WOMEN'S APPAREL
1026 Lincoln Rd.. Miami B-h
NANKINS SHOE STORE
,58 E. Flag'" Street. Maaml
ANN-S IMPORTERS
*" 714 Lincoln o.-
oratories, with Dr. Weizmann as
a puide the Hieh Commissioner
lunched with the President of
the Acencv and Moshe Shertok,
chief of the Agency's political
department.
After leaving Rehovoth, Lord
Gort visited Tel Aviv where he
I purchased a English-Hebrew dic-
tionary. He has expressed a de-
sire to learn Hebrew so that he
mipht more easilv converse with
the Jewish residents of Palestine.
New York (JTA)-With six
named in gold leaf desienatmg
the chaplains who have died in
service, a P'aque. hearing the
names of 280 American rabbis in
the armed scrvi-es of the United
Bureau of Jewish Education in
cooperation with the Ys and
affiliated congregations. has
adopted the name of Bialik Sing-
fng Society of Greater Miami in
honor of the great national He-
brew poet. Chaim Nachman
Bialik. who wrote many pcems
that have been put to musi
"Meeting once weekly, on Tues-
days the Bnlik Singing Society
has more than fifty men and
women singing regularly, and w
'The So-iety is conducted by
Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
CTts first pub.ic apoearance to
schedu'ed to take ptace at the
end of the month, and otner ao- tne arliu ~"J--.-: ~li:~ jpo*
Frances before organizations statcs was dedicated this week
will To in January and February. at 1he National Jewish Welfare
Further information may be Board, in the presence of the
h-.fl from the Bureau of Jewish widows and families of
nan \ .-m t___:_w ..i,.,i-]iii( who
Fducation, 3-5858.
RAL LAND CHAIN HAS
DEWHURSTJMANAGER
The Ball and Chain popular
night srot for Miamfs fun iejk;
irrs is being managed this sea-
son' by "S^tty" Dewhurst who
' wts formerly associated with the
iE,acSnodnro Cocktail. Lounge
Jand the Tower Miami Bea-h
iThe ni"ht club, located at IIH
q W 8'h St.. now features its
I new Tropi"al Room, for the en-
___ I poyment of the patrons.
Jewish chaplains who have lost
their lives in the service of their
country. .
Walter Ro'hschPd. chairman
of the JWB Army and Navy Com-
mittee, delivered the dedicatory
address, characterizing the ser-
vice of the chaplains as one
of the most remarkable contri-
butions the Jewish eommunity
has made in the war effort He
added that more than half of the
rabbis in the United States had
volunteered for service and that
one-fourth of them are actually
serving.


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PAGE EIGHT
+Jewisii Her Mian
Friday, pjsamgjg 1944
Plans for the gala dinner dance limited, those wishing to attend
which the Senior Chapter of | are urged to make their reserva-
Hadassah is staging January 9 at tions early, by contacting Mrs.
the Latin Quarter are off to a Harry Platofl ;it 5-016:5: Mrs.
rapid start with reservations torn- George Chertkof at 3-7223 or
ing in fast. As seating space is Mrs. Harold B. Spat t at C-2012.
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M'.iS K0R1W *IAN*' rN i'lOIRAl Hii'.hAA> No
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
BcrvlMi announced through Greater
Miami Rabbinical Asa.....itlon are
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave..
[.ate nil.is ei \ '
conducted b) Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Abraham Friedman and the
choir will offlc ate R ibbl Hhaplro,
wtta attend) I th< World Jewl h Con-
n i In Atlantic City the w< eh ol
I >. i t-niiiiT i as delegate from tJrente
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
The annual election meeting of i column and were present at k
., Lodge WM held last Tuesday meeting last Tuesday, then vu
Miami. .ii pens on "Mnccabean evening at the Miami Beach Y will have had the ouuortu. t .
VI. torj -The World Jewish Ponar. iw." w ull ,, fireworks. The only con- hearing Brother Milton Vr,.A of
Mr ul M,s Chrle. OoldauFn wll u,st(,d offlcers were second vice- read his final report 1,1^"
be in.-is at a rcceptlo! m n\- au.ii- ......u...u *;.. n-^4*,^^ >..u_______ rV"1 >na tare-
be hoal sat a i io|
torlum Immediate!) following the er-
\i..-> in honor >.i their wedding an-
nh : sai> ^aiuiday
at 11:30 Rabbi Shapiro will dls
Are We Winning the War?" Junior
Congregational services at l" JO m
fare-
-odgi
hshn
Brother Maurice Cromer was vouch for the fact that'this v
president, to which office Brother' well message to the LrU.Pi
Sam Silver was elected; record- reviewing the accomplishment1!!
ing secretary, to which office as shown by the ree
w ill pai tlclpate. R. c. ptlon epon ored
by the Sisterhood in follow the er-
vices, with Mis Adolph Werthelmer
| i'i charge Saturday morning services
I at li oclock i'i Kaplan will sp. !>
"ii the Weekly Portion "f th.- Law
Dr Kaplan will meet with the Die-
i isslon Group Bunds) morning at n
o'clock.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative, 761 4'st St.. Miami Beach.
fVlday evening Sabbath Ifunukah sei
Vice at v I |. in Rabb. Leon Kronnh
will preach on "Hellenism, IM4."
Cantor Louis Hayman will chant and
lead the Congregational singing An
Ones: Shakbal will follow with Mrs.
Leo Solomon ind Mrs .M irraj Mnurer,
Saturday morning sen cee at 10 a
m Itabbl Kronlsh will ipeak on the
Portion >.f the Week Religious School
Sunday morning at 10 a m Hebrew
lasses weekday afternoon at 3 10
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Friday e\ >nl'ig services
at 6 n m. I.-it.- Friday nlghl service
it v nn Rabbi Motes Mescheloff Will
peak '.n thi theme "Together with
tli>' Boys." Cantor Maurice Mamches
will bail In the communal HinKliig
Saturday morning services it
It ibbl M< h'i' tt't sermon topic
will be 'Sudden Fortune." A Mlnnlon-
ilre Pathei and Son religious \
at 9:10 .. in in the Community build-
ing Junior Congregation service at
10 a in Young Jud.-u Jamboree al
I p m under the leadership of
Miss Rachel Boldow Bhalos Beudos at
'i i' in Daughters -.f el will meet
al I p in in the nmunlty building
' fmniil ih pi '>:< :ii be present, d
...... i; s School
|0 Program will
Iiu ludi o oi Iglnal
; Is i' t moi i i ires and refresh -
til ldn-i are Invited The
Mi' hi 11 .' Mli rhl I Chapters will
m ikah I "ii' et I
tj '' mill,It
at i mi 8
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17th Ave. i : i Ices S'
1 p in M 'i'i. 8 balot Beudos, ami
Maori Late Pi Ida) evi nlng
servl es m Ih Inaugurated this week
". I' in Rabbi Simon
Aoni m n 'Ugh I Over
I mi k Reft i hmanta w III be
Ladli Auxlllat
/ ek Talmud Tormh, 1545
W rd St. P ervlcei
i...' Pi i Miami .!' Ian I n thodox Sj i a
H nlng ombined
ervlcei nl I i m at th< T i
i l: ibbl Simon April Will
B. hnlos s. u i is .''
m II- brew b hool .i ill\ nl
in
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
Sh ibb ii Pi Idny even I
i' n with lai it it 13
p in Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
Mail the \l be.
to tii. Ji wish i h ipin
' v .. i' 'hapl 'in s li...!
i by the Nntl n al J.
Hoard and Ih.
i ol smei i "ii tin- Phil
Habit Hi Cantor Emanuel Barkan
' ir u ill chant Batui day
> i at 9 a in ..t whl. ii
Rabbi I.i-ln man will preach "ii
We. Portion of the Law
I'ai !" I lai kan will officiate Mlm hn
i I ; in followed bj
Khnlot s. udoi it. i by Mr and
Mrs Irving Plrtel in honor f the
l.irib of their son The Blaterhood of
the Centei ill be hostesaei to the
children of the Religious School at
Chanuks party on Sunday mnrnlng
There will be .-nt.Ttaliiment and re-
ft ei hments
rd, I Wl|j
elected, and trustees. The elec-1 was the best~y7a EPqOiSS'
tion ran very smoothly and was during my entire cijiht yTaR
due
service
. or by
friends in the community, pro- j is Immaterial "The "work^w^
vided movies through the court-, done; credit, prestige and hZfZ
esy of the Army and Navy Com- were reflected on our oreanS?
mittee, and ran off about 200 tion throughout the communitJ
feet of film showing Silver Dollar and the state. We S hi
Jake entertaining the boys at proud that we are a uart of as*
the Biltmore Hospital. a program. UCh
The bond auction was very sue- Next week will probably be
cessful, although the total amount the last column inflicted unrm
sold is unavailable at this writ- you by your writer and with
in. The Brothers who contribut- your leave. I will save mv nhit
ed merchandise for this auction ; for that time*
are thanked by the Lodge, and ________,
taking all things in account, too I Ruth Brotman. manager of the I
much credit cannot be given to Beaux Arts Bureau, representing
Brother Sam Silver for the splen- well known artists, will by sue
did job he has done and is doing rial request repeat the Alec
on the Bond Drive, together with Templeton concert at the White i
his committee. We are approx- j Temple. Tuesday, January 23
imately one-half way to our Hundreds of people were turned
goal of $2,000 000 and with about away last year unable to 3S
two weeks left, everyone should i admission with the entire house I
lend that final impetus which is sold out two days after the an-
so necessary for the success of nouncement the ticket sale I
any project. Let's get behind our ; Templeton has since hus last per-
committee and buy those bonds j formance here, signed up with
now. Another factor to take into motion pictures in Hollywood!
consideration is that after Jdn- and is heard weekly over the
uray 1st new tax provisions will Texaco hour in addition to va-
in- adopted by the government rjous other programs Temple-
and it may be that surplus funds ; ton has been blind since infancy,
not invested in bonds will be : and his piano inprovisations have
taxable. If you have such sur- delighted millions of people,
plus funds, our advice is to buy Headquarters for the Templc-
the bunds immediately and gam- ton concert will again be at 717
ble not on potential tax legisla- Langford Building, phones 3-2154
t"'n j and 2-3433.
If you did not read the bulletin -----------------------------
before the meeting, or last week's Keep on buying War Bonds.
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MABT 8CHREBNKX Repreaentatrre
Mr. and Mrs Martin Dubbin. I Congregation Beth El held its 1
216 Valencia Hd.. are announcing scheduled meeting on Tuesday!
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Annette Sylvia, to Pvt. Mel-
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stationed at the AAF Pilot
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Airli. Id, where lie is servinu in
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going to Greenville. Lt.
Erm stationed at Court-
:. Ala.
Memorial services for the laU-
Pinkus Schrebnick, son of Mrs
Mary Schrebnick. who passedl
away in California in December,!
1932. were held at Temple Bcth|
El. this week.
Mrs. Ben Ryder was hosteM
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flUDAY.
DECEMBER 15, 1944
* kni si, Meridian
'Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewkh Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
>y
THE ZIONIST FRONT: The
tnui Premier, who claims to be
Kokcsman for the Arabs *J
oViPstine. is due to arnve soon
Jf^SSniCton -And Prof.
tlii BroduUky, president of the
ft'.,rd of Deputies of British Jews
d a member of the executive
f the Jewish Agency for Pales-
Sj is also due in the United
States soon Zionist leaders
2, the United States have re-
Jived a letter from Dr. Weiz-
mann containing the gist of his
tt.st talk with Prime Minister
Churchill ... The letter is very
^assuring There is a good
Heal of grumbling among Zionists
C America as to why the House
foreign Affairs Committee al-
tered tlie Phrase "Jewish Com-
monwealth" in the Palestine Re-
solution .
Efforts are still be-
ta made to have the word "Jew-
H" inserted before the word
Commonwealth" in the text,
which now reads: "that the Jew-
h people may ultimately recon-
ititute Palestine as a free and
democratic commonwealth" .
And, incidentally, Congressman
Sol Bloom, chairman of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee,
bow admits that he did not con-
sult the State Department on
whether it was desirable that his
Committee recommend the pass-
age of the Palestine Resolution to
the Congress Nor did he con-
sult the State Department on
whether the changes he made in
the text of the resolution should
be made The truth of the
matter is that the U. S. Govern-
ment now has a clear policy on
the Palestine issue, and this pol-
icy will not be made known until
Hitler is defeated An under-
standing to this affect is said to
exist between the United States
and the British Government with
the knowledge of leaders of the
Zionist movement.

THE JEWISH FRONT: Nego-
tiations between the Joint Distri:
Funds throughout the country
would not like to see the United
Jewish Appeal liquidated !
Leaders of the Joint Distribution
Committee had a very interest-
ing conference in New York with
the delegates of the Latin-Amer-
ican countries who came to this
country to attend the session of
the World Jewish Congress
And members of the American
Jewish Conference are determin-
ed to see to it that their next
session does not coincide with
conferences of other central Jew-
ish organizations The rea-
son for that is a simple one .
The World Jewish Congress
which concluded in Atlantic City
just a few days before the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference opened
in Pittsburgh, overshadowed the
latter as far as publicity in the
general press is concerned .
There was also a great similarity
in the texts of the resolutions
adopted by both bodies.
PAGE NINE
CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT
By HERBERT J. SELIGMANN
(Chief of JTA Bureau in Washington)
Rabbi Emanuel D. Rothenberg
Newly installed spiritual leader
of Congregation B'nai Israel, St.
Petersburg.
people have feared might be
pre-maturely abolished, is going
to stay on the job as long as
THE ANTI-NAZI FRONT: An there is a war on in Europe .
interesting and exciting story of The Board's request for $150,000
succeeded in escaping has been approved by the House
from France via Germany to the
United States after the fall of
. John W. Pehle, executive di-
rector of the War Refugee Board,
Pans is told by Jose Antonio de estimates that this amount will
Aguirre, president of the Basque ( be sufficient to meet the adminis-
Government-in-Exile, in "Escape trative expenses of the organiza-
via Berlin" just published by
Macmillan ... As a leader of the
fight against the France regime,
the author was sought by the
Gestapo, but succeeded in out-
witting the Nazis by proceeding,
using false identity documents,
to Berlin and from there via
Sweden to America While
in Berlin, he naturally heard
much of what the Germans were
doing to the Jews Especially
tion through June Congres-
man Emanuel Celler of New
York informs us that some Wash-
ington official circles hesitated to
publish the report issued by the
War Refugee Board on the mass-
extermination of Jews in the Ger-
man camps of Oswiecim and
Birkenau ... It is now revealed
that the decision to give inform-
ation to the American people on
the mass-slaying of Jews in these
to tne Jews in occupied Poland two camps resulted in part from
. He relates his talks about' the fact that it was sponsored by
Jews with diplomatic represent-, a special assistant to the Ameri-
atives of Latin-American coun- can Minister in Switzerland. Ros-
tries in Germany all of whom \ well D. McClelland .Mr. Mc-
condemned the Nazi policy of ex-1 Clclland. a Philadclphian. has
terminating the Jews ... He ad-' been engaged in relief and rescue
dresses himself to the average work in Europe for several years
No more significant utterance
has been issued on the subject of
Jew-baiting, politely known as
anti-Semitism, during this war
epoch, than comes in the Informa-
tion Bulletin of the Soviet Em-
bassy, under the signature of
Vladimir Komarov, President of
the Academy of Sciences of the
USSR.
For in that measured statement,
the resources of one of the three
most powerful governments in
the world are pledged to stamp-
ing out this most corrosive evil
of our age. It is a far cry from
this unequivocal pronouncement
to the half-hopeless shrugs of
those who see anti-Semitism as
a "problem" which cannot be
dealt with, whose indefinite con-
tinuance must ever be assumed.
The Soviet Government, as dis-
tinguished from half-hearted tol-
erance of anti-Semitism and anti-
Semites, in this article of
Komarov, says plainly:
"The fascists began with stupid
anti-Semitic jokes in the beer-
halis of Munich and ended with
Maidaneks, with millions of
corpses of Jews, Frenchmen,
Poles, Norwegians, Danes and
other peoples of Europe. That is
why our attitude toward racial
hatred today is different from our
attitude in the days of our youth.
In those days we merely felt like
turning our backs on an infamous
and vile spectacle. Today we
shall not turn our backs on it un-
til we have stamped it out, pulled
it up by the roots, and taken all
measures against its recurrence."
The Soviet Government has al-
ready backed up this utterance
by publicly hanging five of the
inhuman brutes who stoked the
furnace of Lublin in which mil-
lions of human beings were done
to death. So that it comes as
something more than mere ora-
tory or vauge threates of punish-
ment at some future date when
Komarov writes:
billion"Committee and the United. American whom he considers "a for the
plenty
being done by both sides .
The Zionists, it is understood, de-
mand a larger share of the funds
and the JDC is definitely opposed
to this Both sides are threat-1 savs.
ling to'break the partnership, integrity are living
but it is logical to assume, that. | that gangsterism^ is deai
despite the present friction, the _..,,
partner hip will continue since;
the Federation and Welfare
American Society of
was he who re-
the German
which the
made public
e checked
proclaimed by the the 'information, concerning the
democracies to the world are ap-1 dates and the points of origin ot
Dlied to the full in practice J convoys of Jews arriving at UM
Only the people of America, he camps He also supervised
ran prove that honor and the translation^Mhereport from
And
FRONT: The
the one great power where overt
anti-Semitism is a criminal of-
fense against the State, the Soviet
may perhaps be pardoned for
offering a little advice on the
subject, and again I quote from
Komarov:
"In this matter the democratic
countries must not stop at any-
thing. When any country gives
shelter to the Hitlerites or their
ideas in the form of discrimina-
tory legislation, in the form of
racist organizations or a racist
press, it is no longer an internal
affair of that country. If your
neighbor uncovers in his back-
yard a container of poison gases
that threaten to spread over the
entire town, you do not waste
time by asking permission to
enter his backyard and thus avert
the death of thousands of people."
It is hardly a coincidence that
in the same number of the Soviet
Information Bulletin containing
this article, entitled "The Strong-
hold of Humanism," there is a
report by the extraordinary state
committee on the crimes com-
mitted by the Nazis in the city
of Minsk.
The systematic and sub-human
acts reported in this statement
have too much corroboration to
leave any dubt as to what actual-
ly happened. Murder vans and
bathhouses designed for the as-
phyxiation by poison gases of
helpless victims crowded into
these foul enclosures, setting of
savage dogs on helpless Jews,
daily crucifixions of thousands of
men, women, and children with
every form of humiliation and
torture that sadism run mad
could devise, forcing of people
to sing and dance for the de-
lectation of their torturers and
murderersall these are part of
the paraphernalia characteristic
of fascism and the Nazi-fascist
state.
This is the end to which anti-
Semitism leads. As has been said
Racist ideas are more danger- ] before, and as the Soviet Govern-
ment now explicitly reiterates,
every racist and anti-Semite is a
potential murderer. There can be
no temporizing with nor toler-
ance of this basic denial of every-
thing which all the great re-
ligions and the accumulation of
human wisdom and decency
known as civilization have pro-
ous than any poison gas. It is
our generation's great duty to
the future, to the cause of pro-
gress, civilization and humanity,
not only to put out the smoking
bonfire of fascism but to un-
cover and extinguish every one
of its smoking coals."
Inasmuch as some of the demo-
forces and : German into English
speaking of the War Refugee
Board, we read with interest the
. report submitted to it by Ira
representative of the Hias-Ica
Emigration Association, during
his stay in Turkey ... The re-
port savs that Schweitzer was of
treat help to Hirschman in the
rescue work which the latter con-
ducted from Turkey in behalf ot
the War Refugee Board.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1944

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Worth it?
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enemy?
You'd be mighty glad thatin this
wareverything is being done to
give the American soldier the best
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money no object.
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would you?
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Buchwald & Co.
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Laura Pack
Harry Zuckemick
Russian Bear
Benjamin Blumenield
Jackies Fine Food
Irvln Frankel
Lyon Electric Co., Inc.
Moss Printing Co.
W. A. Wally
Al's Sandwich Shop
Shoreham & 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 ior Men
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Five O'Clock Club
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BAY. PECEMBEB 15. 1944
BEACH "Y" RIPPLES
A Column oi Activities of the Beach "Y"
^^tHcrkibn
m p*js3l!%JP
/n7members. Read on
yourselves.
Those Latkes Good
Attended our Chanukah
hat a swell time they
Chanukah bags of Rood.es
attributed Plus good hot
3 punch. Our original
JLjnby the youngsters was
feUrGroup. Formed
77 Young Judaea groups
%bSimmediately after
rhanukah party and new
Su* welcomed. The 12
Rr Er""P meets Th"rsdav
1?m, the 10 to 12 year
meets Monday, at 7 p. m..
L 7 to 9 group meets Sun-
it 3 p. m. Join your group
'have fun.
1 Rhumbs Tango .
Sambe
here else can you get free
,ba-TanRo:Samba and any
dancing instructions rKfcc.
TL^f I told you it pays to
^member of the YM ft
of Miami Beach. Come and
with Nino and Evelyn
PAGE ELEVEN
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Journalism grouu -.ro ,,, 7 '
membership P are open 'or
tJOZX? ^roups havt' already been
formed but would like new mem
bers plus new Jdeaj Wha^cTn
you contribute? n
A Rejuvenation Job Being
Completed
thP RRr\dark pinR PnR rom
the BBG have created a cheerful ;
Pong tables, Pm-Up Ki,N
Couches. Card tables. Lamps I
Flowers, etc. The RecreaTioli |
room is equipped with games '
newspapers-come down and,
make yourself homo-like
Sport Highlights
Coach Gus Jacobson has his!
Y quintet reading into good
conditionit was reported after
last Sunday's practice. The candi-
dates for the team has tripled
and Jacobson has a lot more ex-
perienced material to work with.
The "Y" team will seek tough
competition this season as they
arc entered in the City basket-
ball league. Army teams are
booking us. We must be good'
Table Tennis
The "Y" Paddlers unbeaten in
ten matches in two years with
only one tie chalked up against
them were idle on Monday night
but will see plenty of action
when they meet the Miami "Y"
and Section B of the Army
Ground Forces, Monday, Decem-
ber 18.
Leading the Paddlers in the
games won and lost column are
Jerry Schecter and Bill Freeman,
who are tied with 8 victories and
1 defeat chalked up against them
while Conrad Kahn and Bert
Warsaw have lost two and won
seven a piece so far this year.
Louis Glass, runner up in the
First Annual Greater Miami
Table Tennis tournament that
was held at the "Y" last year,
will Join the Paddlers on Sunday
night after a few months stay in
$F*-Sl[appearance on the
.. ueam Wl11 make them even
tougher to beat in the fmure
Amazon Snack Bar
will L "y lhc defense snack bar
will again be on the beach Sun-
day, December 17. Buy a war
^P^d get a free snack Do
come around and see us.
Membership Drive Opens
1W?yi?,*mber Bet a member.
I hats all we need to put the
campaign over the top. The
Membership Committee needs
workers. Do your bit. Leave your
you?"Y 0fflce' Help build
_,, L?r Get Acquainted
. lhe Social Committee is back
in the swing. Monday evening,
December 25. at the "Y," dance
to the music of Herbie Shaw and
partake of the delicious buffet
supper for which the Social Com-
mittee is famous. Ask someone
who has attended an affair be-
fore.
This dance will give our new
members an opportunity to meet
the old ones.
It's free for members. Non-
members and guests will pay the
nominal sum of 50c for an eve-
ning of good fellowship and tasty
eats.
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Chanukah Program For the
Entire Family
Two excellent programs given
by youth groups will take place
on Sunday, December 31. At 2
o'clock in the afternoon of that
day, the Home Camp will have
its Chanukah Reunion. All coun-
sellors and children of the Home
Camp will be present and will
participate in a fine program.
Chanukah gifts will be distribut-
ed to each camper and counsellor.
In the evening at 8:15, the
youth groups, under the direction
of Miss Besse Sebulsky, will
present two short playlets with
a Chanukah theme. Chanukah
games will be played and Rabbi
Leon Kronish of the Beth Sholom
Temple of Miami Beach, will de-
liver the main address.
The public is cordially invited.
Annual Dance
Larry Grossberg, chairman of
the Annual Dance Committee,
announces that plans have been
completed for the conducting of
our Annual Dance on Sunday
evening, January 21, 1945 at the
Policemen's Benevolent Hall. 2300
N. W. 14th St. The feature of
the evening will be a Cabaret!
Entertainment that will be given
by the teen-agers of the "Y."
A Bond subscription is being
planned for the dance also. Tick-
ets are available from any mem-
ber of the committee or at the
"Y" office. More details later.
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+Jew Is to rk>rkHan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER

Our Film Folk .
By HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Motion pictures, declared un-
animously by Army and Navy
officers to be by far the most pop-
ular form of entertainment in all
the uniformed services, are the
ibackbone of the government's ef-
fort to make life more bearable
for the men in the lonely out-
posts around the world.
The Office of War Information,
in a report to Hollywood on what
is being done for the morale of
the men scattered in small groups
in all parts of the world, almost
from one pole to another, stated:
"While nothing can take the
place of home, or mail from home.
the Army and Navy are doing
everything possible to relieve the
monotony at outposts beyond the j
fringes of civilization. Motion
pictures and radio are being used
to the greatest possible extent.
The men get so hungry for movies
they will sit through a drenching
South Pacific rain to see a good
show."
In line with this, one of the
biggest motion picture producing
programs ever undertaken by the
Government or industry is under-
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for their return to civilian life
when peace comes. Col. Frank
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One of the purposes of Walter
Wine-hell's current visit to Holly-
wood was admitted by him this
week to be the furtherance of
his plan for a motion picture
based on a group of historical
romances to be found in the life
stories of a number of great
Americans, a project he has spon-
sored for several years. Walter
tells me that he's been discuss-
ing the production of such a pic-
ture with a major studio and
hopes to see the matter settled
shortly. Most likely nc wants to
become a producer as well as
writer.

The fund raised by Irving Ber-
lin's "This Is The Army" film
for Army Emergency Relief has
passed the $7,000,000 mark. Harry
M. Warner, president of Warner
Brothers, called at the War De-
partment this week and present-
ed the 7,000,000th dollar, to-
gether with an accounting to date
to Gen. George C. Marshall. Army
chief of staff.

Catching Bob Hope in repose
was the toughest and most amus-
ing assignment sculptor Max
Kalish ever had. he tells me. "I
never had such a jumping-jack
model in all my life," says Kalish,
whose two-foot bronze of the
comedian is the only one of an
entertainer included in "The Liv-
ing Hall of Washington. 1944." a
collection of 50 statues of notable
men of wartime on exhibit in the
Smithsonian Institute in Wash-
ington.
Kalish. who did the entire col-
lection in seven hectic months,
dealt mostly with impressive
dignitaries who posed in cloist-!
(-red privacy. Not so, Hope. Kalish |
went to Chicago, where Bob was
nppearing. and nabbed him first
thing in the morning. But even
then, the Hope suite was filled
with the bustle of people coming
and going.
Kalish got him into his most
'haracteristic pose with hands
clasped, and Bob would hold it
obediently for a few moments,
accompanying with a running fire
of characteristic quips. Then he'd
dart across the room to greet a
newcomer and the sculptor would
work quietly from afar.
Knowing Bob Hope as intimate-
ly as I do, I honestly believe Max
got off very easily. But wait'll
he someday meets Eddie Cantor!

Al Jolson, Columbia producer,
has returned from a six-weeks
transcontinental tour of service
hospitals. In his tour of the Pur-
ple Heart Circuit, Al sang and
told jokes for the wounded boys
not only in the large base hospi-
tals but also in the smaller, out-
of-the-way recuperation centers
that entertainers rarely visit

Life in and problems of the
post-war world will be the sub-
ject of approximately 18 pic-
tures emanating from Hollywood
in the near future. The majority
of themes deal with the rpturning
veteran and his difficulties in
becoming oriented to civilian life.
However, rehabilitation of the in-
jured veteran accounts for two
of the pictures, as does life in
post-war Germany.

LAST SECOND SCOOPS: It
will soon be announced that
Fanny Brice goes to Warners to
be in "Dark Eyes" with Jack
Benny MGM-Producer Joe
Pasternak is getting more raves
for his "Two Girls and A Sailor"
than for any picture he ever pro-
duced Director Lewis Mile-
stone and screenwriter Robert
Rossen have purchased the screen
rights to Albert Maltz' book, "The
Cross and the Arrow," which they
will produce Asked what gag
writers talk about when they get
together, Al Schwartz, boss of
Bob Hope's writing crew, replied:
"Comedians. They tear 'em apart"
.. In case you're interested. Hedy
LaMarr tells me that any girl
can be glamorous. "All you have
to do," she says, "is stand still
and look stupid!"
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