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The Jewish Floridian ( November 30, 1945 )

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feiyWEIIiDipidliigun feUME 18—NUMBER 48 TO SELL MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS IT lEICJMWT jns have been completed for Icabann Party sponsored by I Greater Miami B'nai B'rith hbers Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Jotone hotel, to help raise fe.OOO.OOO Victory Bond quota, Eding to announcement made It. E. Albert Pallot and Sam Shapiro, Victory Drive chairprogram of entertainment, jinj! and a bond auction have arranged for an anticipated if 2.000 persons. Rare valuable gifts are to be to persons purchasing the fcst amounts of bonds at the Son. it was announced. HerFrink, Mayor of Miami fch, will be present to greet %  party, admission to which [be free to B'nai B'rith memand persons who buy VicBonds at the door. fesssts tsafig: s eth ?r Cot v£% R abbi Alex S. Cohen, Sol GoldI M ax Shapiro will be feted at Dave Emmer, David R. special services tonight at 8:15 Joseph Lipton, Sam B. | o'clock at the synagogue. A rer Burnett Roth. Sam Silception in the auditorium will Ernest Sussman, George I e ,, ., noff. Mrs. Harold Turk. foUow the Program. Louis Heiman will be guest speaker. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. general chairman, is being asC PI II [] I r I r P sisted y the Mesdames Jack III II n 11 | f | August, Harry Markowitz, Louis Margulies, Anna Schoenfeld. Joseph Schaffer and Sam Weissel. The floral offering has been donated by Mrs. Jean Seitlin in memory of her sister, Mrs. Samuel Haas. In addition to his work at Beth David, Rabbi Shapiro is active in Zionist activities and is a member of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He teaches classes in religion at the University of Miami. Casualties Mount As Colonists Resist Check On Immigrants O ( Y | |l 1111P M f P TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Jewish community of Palestine counted I It I Mill fir 1 its cloa ^ ancl wounded this week following a day in which British LFlUIHUII L'J troops, estimated variously at from 10,000 to 15.000 broke into five Jewish villages, clubbed and shot men, women and children and arrested over 150 persons. According to latest reports, either eight or nine Jews were killed and nearly 100 wounded. RABBI SHAPIRO Beth David Marks Rabbi's 14th Year In honor of his 14th year with Weitzman ernick. and Turk, Harry ilTTO TRUMAN |EW YORK (JTA) —The mean Jewish Committee in atement issued recently dethat the main objective visit of the committee's pdent. Judge Joseph M. kauer, and Jacob Blaustein, rman of its executive cornet', to President Truman was vise the" President that stantially all Jews, whether or non-Zionist, were Ed on the pressing need for sh immigration Into Palesand fully support his rethat the British governimmediately admit 100,000 into Palestine." >e statement of the commitIwas in reply to a recent pent by the American Jew-onfirence interpreting the The American Jewish iMtce further stated that leers engaged in no discuswith President Truman on wish state, other than to rethat the immediate immiof 100.000 European 1TINUED ON PAGE 8) ANNUAL JDC MEETING TO START DEC. 9TH NEW YORK (JTA)—The Joint Distribution Committee will hold its annual meeting on Dec. 9, it was announced here by Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice-chairman of the organization. Principal speakers at the meeting will be Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. European chairman of the J.D.C. and Edward M. M. Warburg, former J.D.C. chairman who is now in Belgium. They will both report on the needs of the Jews in European countries. TWO EVENTS The Miami Y's $200,000 capital funds campaign got under way this week with two special events which followed a series of planning conferences. The community center's role in curbing juvenile delinquency was stressed at a dinner for campaign workers Wednesday evening. Guest speaker was Dr. Russ Williams of the University of Miami. George Chertkof, chairman of the drive: Leo Ackcrman and Milton A. Friedman, chairman of the Special Workers division, also spoke. First official affair of the campaign was a cocktail party for community leaders Sunday at the home of William Singer, chairman of the Y's board of directors. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y, flew to New York after the dinner Wednesday night to engage a nationally known speaker who will address over 400 invited guests at a banquet in December. Solicitation of funds for the Y drive is being confined to Miami. Blueprints of the proposed new building call for additional meeting rooms, a gymnasium, auditorium, dining room, swimming pool, game rooms and other facilities necessary to carrying out the Y's program of communal activities. Center To Honor Kahbi Lehrman FIRST WEEK V Calls For Jewish State, |ws To Curb Subversives ANTIC CITY, N. J. (JTA) utions demanding federal, and municipal legislation D the activities of organi'S aiming to cause disunity g the American people on 'asis of differences in race, or color, and urging the and the House of Repress to prevent further rsue utterances by Sen. <> r e Bilbo and Rep. John were adopted at the 50th convention of the Jewish jterans of the U. S. delegates urged the opentne United States to imJ'n. pointing out that the iwi 1 if last five years were iiea because of the war. quested President Truman n on an open door to Palh,!. he end tha Palestine become a *—-u "ational Vet State." This is the first time in the history of the JWV that a resolution calling for a Jewish state in Palestine was adopted. Other resolutions called for investigation and action by the Senate "looking toward the expulsion" of Bilbo for his divisive utterances; asked legislation barring the use of the mail to antiSemitic and other anti-democratic propaganda and denying the use of the Congressional franking privilege for the distribution of such material; and asked the Veterans' Administration "to deny the privileges o fthe G.I. Bill of Rights to colleges and other institutions which discriminate on the basis of race creed, or color." Maj. Maxwell Cohen, of Boston, was elected national commander. In the first few days of its campaign to raise $250,000. Temple Beth Sholom has received pledges for $50,000, it was reported at dedication services Wednesday night. The deathless role of the synagogue as the foundation of Judaism was stressed by Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman, vice president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, who delivered the sermon dedicating the Temple and Community House at 4144 Chase ave. Launched Nov. 26. the Temple's building fund campaign will continue through Dec. 23 when a Victory Luncheon will be held at the Copacabana. Judge Morris Berick, president of congregation, announced. Judge Berick has appointed H. A. Cornblum chairman of the Building committee, with an executive committee consisting ot Dr Theodore Berman, Leo Robinson. Simon Wolff, Joseph Fenias, Harry Kohn, Geoige Cohen and Louis Krensky. Rabbi Leon Kronish was chairman of the dedication ceremony Wednesday. G r e e 11 n g s were delivered by William Glenn, associate editor of the Miami Beach Sun-Tropics and Dr Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Rabbinical association. Charles S. Tobin. chairman of the board of directors, also spoke. RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, will be honored at a testimonial din ner Sunday evening at 7 p.m. in the Victor Hotel in observance of his second anniversary with the Center. Samuel Friedland, president of the Center, has appointed Joseph M. Rose chairman of the dinner committee. Herman Berk will be toastmaster. In the two years that Rabbi Lehrman has been associated with the Center, emphasis has been placed on the civic as well as the religious activities of the organization. Rabbi Lehrman was instrumental in launching the Center's half million dollar expansion fund campaign now in progress. Guest speaker at the dinner will be Rabbi Israel Goldfarb of New York, professor of liturgy at the Jewish Theological Seminary, composer of synagogue music and author of prayer books. Reservations are limited to 200 and may be made at the Center office, Euclid Ave. and 14th Place. Assisting Mr. Rose with the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) Scores of seriously wounded are in hospitals at Petach Tikvah and Tel Aviv and others returned to their homes after receiving first aid. Funeral services for the dead were held Tuesday afternoon and were observed throughout the country by a half-hour work stoppage called by the Jewish National Council. Meanwhile, bitter protests have been sent by the Jewish Agency and Histadruth to the authorities. Hand-to-hand fighting lasting for several hours broke out between the settlers and troops of the British Sixth Airborne Division when the soldiers smashed their way into the settlement of Shefayim, Givat Haim, Ein Hakhoresh, R i s h p u n and Kfar Shmaryahu. The troops used staves and tear gas to force an entry. Many persons were wounded. When the Jews were overpowered, the troops began erecting barbed wire enclosures into which they placed everyone for identificaICONTINUED ON PAGE 7) Prinz To Appear On Culture Series Members of the Miami Jewish community will be privileged to \ hear one of the country's most dynamic orators, when Dr. Joachim Prinz of Temple Bnai Abraham, Newark. New Jersey, appears here on Wednesday evening, Dec. 5. He will speak at the Miami Woman's Club, as the second number in the cultural series of the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee. Dr. Prinz once occupied a Berlin pulpit. Because of his attacks on the Hitler regime he was expelled from Germany in the fall of 1937. After two years of extensive traveling throughout the United States and Canada, addressing hundreds of meetings, he was called to his present post in Newark. His talk in Miami will be concerned with the Middle Eastern problem that occupies the attention of the world today. Having returned from Palestine recently. Dr. Prinz is expected to offer first hand information with special regard to recent charges (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Evidence Reveals Goering Ordered Ghettoes In 1938 NUREMBERG (JTA)—American prosecutors at the war crimes trial presented further evidence of Nazi plans to exterminate the Jews, including secret records of a conference of Nazi leaders on Oct. 14, 1938, at which Goering ordered them "to tackle the Jewish problem now. using all methods." Among other instructions issued by Goering at this conference, held almost a year before the outbreak of the war, was the confiscation "by all means possible" of all Jewish property in Austria, which he said was worth 2,000,000,00 marks. He also urged that ghettos be established for Jews in the larger cities. Others present agreed that "leniency should not be exercised in the fight against the Jews" and suggested that special Jewish labor units be set up. Julius Streicher told American correspondents that he has decided that there are three Jews among the judges on the international military tribunal. "I have been tried in the same court room before," he remarked sarcastically. "This is all old stuff." Major William Walsh, head of the division dealing with the section of the indictment covering "crimes against humanity," told a correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that the evidence of anti-Jewish atrocities cited so far does not even scratch the surface, and that more material will be presented at subsequent sessions. fc I I



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PAGE TWO *Jew is* fhrkKam 4 f fjeAAorieMy, ^lealting, HOMECOMINGS AND GOINGS Dr. and Mrs. Sanel Beer returned to Miami last week after spending several months at their home, Oldelms, in Norwich, Conn. Dr. Beer, who is associated with the Rivermont Park sanitarium, assisted the staff of the Connecticut State hospital as senior psychiatrist during the summer. The Beers will reside at their home, 4343 N. Bay rd., during the season ... A welcome home party was recently given by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frank, 5400 La Gorce dr., in honor of their son, T/Sgt. Morton Frank, who has received his discharge after two and a half years with the armed forces. Frank saw duty in Europe and was awarded the Bronze Star New Miami resident from Philadelphia, Mrs. David Rabinowitz, gave a dinner party recently in her new home, 2443 S. W. 20th st. .Irving Finkelstein left last week to rejoin his family in New York city after being the house guest of the Perry Bittels, 3010 Alton rd. Finkelstein has been discharged from the Army after five years of service Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glasser. 1045 Pennsylvania ave said goodbye again to their two sons in the service | last week. Leonard, who served with Patch's Seventh, Army and Patton's Third Army in the European theater, left, for Texas after a 55 day fur-' lough and Robert is back on j an aircraft carrier Miss Gerry S Greene, prominent artist from Philadelphia, has moved to the home of her aunt, Mrs. R. Melinson, 2400 S. W. 21st st, after spending the past four months at the Beach ... Joe Rosenthal, 1405 Euclid ave., left this week for a business trip of several weeks in New York and vicinity .. Mr. and Mrs Sam Seit-1 in and their child have returned from Baltimore Herbert Pritzlafi, 4444 Michigan ave., was host to 24 friends last Wednesday at a buffet style Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub are at their Miami Beach home after a trip to Hot Springs, Ark, and New York city. Mrs. Weintraub, past president of the Dade county Federation of Women's clubs, has been appointed co-chairman in charge of the women's division of the Mercy hospital two million dollar building fund campaign Thanksgiving was home' coming for the Isidor Kaplan family. 1034 Michigan ave. I One son, David, student at the U. of Florida, and another son, leapt. Philip Kaplan, who has returned from the ETO. were at home. The Kaplans' youngest ,son, Raymond Miles, cele; brated his third birthday on Thanksgiving THE SOCIAL WHIRL The engagement of their 'daughter, Frances Rose, is being announced by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz. 510 S. W. ; 22nd rd. Miss Katz' fiance, Samuel Cohen, son of Mrs. G o 1 d i e Cohen, Cincinnati, Ohio, is in the Army awaiting his discharge A dessert luncheon, cardmah jongg party will be given by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom at noon Monday at Frances K. Powell's, 525 West 41st st. All paid-up members will be guests of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Leon J. Ell, president, announces. Arrangements for the affair were made by Mrs. Louis Meitus. Mrs Norman Maran is chairman of the ad committee. The Misses Gloria Lichenstein, Sally Horn and Illene Scheaffer are candidates for Sweetheart of Royal Palm chapter of AZA which will hold its annual Sweetheart dance Dec. 8 at the Macfadden-Deauville. The winner, who will be presented at the dance, will receive a specially engraved Sweetheart pin. Tickets may be purchased at the door (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) Theda Lazarus To Wed Navy Vet HAVANA HONEYMOON TO FOLLOW WEDDING Following their wedding on December 16, Miss Beri Rippa and Joseph Hirsch will take a honeymoon trip to Havana. Announcement of the approaching marriage was made this week by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rippa, 320 W. 25th st. Miss Rippa attended Miami Beach high school and Fassifern school, Hendersonville, N. C. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hirsch. 1009 Michigan ave., the bridegroom-elect is enrolled at the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, where the couple will live. Mr. Hirsch was graduated from Miami Beach high school and attended the University of Florida. CPL. KATZ AND BRIDE HERE FOR MONTH Night Patrol Service Let Us Protect Your Home or Business While You Sleep! Bonded and Licensed to Take Care of Your Property PHONE 78-2906 Miami Protective Patrol Service 537 N. W. 24TH ST. Miami Coral Gablet Coconut Grove El Portal Bi&caynePark Hialeah Miami Beach S. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties c-cc -ira COUPON I enjoy your "The Drama of Palestine" series and enclose $ towards its cost and for your other good work. Miss Theda Elaine Lazarus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Levi, 1815 N. W. Seventh st.. will be married to A. Paul Lowe in a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rabbi Max Shapiro at Beth David. Mr. Lowe, son of Mrs. Celia Low.. 520 N. W. 44th ave.. has been discharged from the Navy after four and a half years' duty. As a radioman 3/c, he served in the South Pacific. I'M 3 c Herbert Lazarus, home on 30-day leave from Japan, will be best man at his sisters wedding. Miss Marita Sutton will be maid of honor and her usher will be Jerry Lowe, brother of the groom. A reception will follow the ceremony. After a honeymoon, the newlyweds will live in Miami. Miss Lazarus attended Miami Senior Hifih School and Dr. Farringer's School of Physicians' Assistants and Laboratory Technicians. She is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma medical sorority and B'nai B'rith Girls. Her brother will return to duty next week. Newlywed Cpl. and Mrs. Leonard Katz were guests of honor at a cocktail party given by Mrs. Paul Leopold, sister of the bride, Sunday at the Clyde hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Katz arrived in Miami last week following their marriage in Brooklyn November 16. Mrs. Katz is the former Marcia Kohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohen of the Clyde hotel. The bride is a graduate of Notre Dame academy in Cleveland. Cpl. Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz of Brooklyn, attended schools in New York. Present at the wedding were the bride's aunt, Mrs. Roy J. Strasberg, who flew to New York from Youngstown, Ohio; and the bride's father, who accompanied his daughter to New York to meet Cpl. Katz when he disembarked after service overseas. Following a month's wedding trip here, the couple will live in Forest Hills. N. Y. Un '* Cou|,l e Miss Fi.in TJT" of Mr. ; ,ntl Mrs u7' *"* was married toSam JN son of Nathan Al„ ^ Thank.s lv nf da exa d t officiated by Raht. cereil "> fojowed ,n the aud A ^ g* bride as g^^ *, Herman Alexander i 0nor Mrs. Alexander formf 11 m Pittsburgh. HeVWN graduated Iron? M^^ Htah School "LV^LjS University of Florida rt* a member of"^ vaS'thc^ft,^ tome to Miami. wmm ROTHSCHlLDS~T0H0ih OPEN HOUSE FOB w} Army a.h, three years'^ is the occasion for the 2 house which Mr. and Mrs pffi P. Rothschild wiU hold sS at their home, 1601 s. w.J Friends ,„d relatives are iny to attend from 3 to 6 p. nT The form,! sergeant arrived, Miami Monday night aft," spending two years overseas j Africa, Chin.,. Burma and Inda He holds the Presidential I'm citation, three battle stars aad the Good Conduct medal. Hj parents cut short a business tia to welcome him home. EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION DUALCONTROLLEO CABS "BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" 2920 Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 Paten* Pending WANTED Hl(bl) Competent B itary Attractive Salary JEWISH FLORIDIAN Mr. Jay. c o P. O. Box 2973 Miami 18, Florida Name Address Valuable gift suggestions on Burdine's radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday morning, 8:30 to 8:45. Silex Coffee Makers The gift that means hospitality! Any homemalcer you know will appreciate this good looking glass and ivory toned coffee maker. 4 to 8 cup size. MIAMI STORK ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES FIFTH FLOOR MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 34720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVATLABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth J^Enl Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shei u For Further Information Phons 9-2664, 4-5922 or PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY PHONE 9-2664 E. E. CARTER, Funeral Director "A Friend In Need" 2008 w>Ft AGtf %  **^***.*rf. W


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MDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1945 lachar To Return for Hillel Dinner [n r Abram L. Sachar, recently anointed director of the overJl B'nai B'rith youth program, till be principal speaker at a inner to be given by the Hillel Idvisory council Dec. 27 as part its $35,000 fund raising camjjen The dinner will be held I Liilcy's restaurant. Toastmaster for the evening rill be Monte Selig who. with L m Blank and Carl Weinkle, Cads the Hillel drive. Interested liends of the Hillel Foundation re being invited. Mrs Harry Gordon has been ppointed to head the arrangements committee. Working with JPI are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Irs Carl Weinkle. On the telelione committee are Mrs. Myer hhwartz, chairman, and Mrs. B. Miller, Mrs. Sam Goldman, Irs. Isaac Levin and Mrs. Ida ptner. Publicity is being handled by jouis Heiman, chairman, and Jabbi Albert Michels and Fred \. Shochct. i Dr. Sachar, national director B'nai B'rith Hillel FoundaFons since 1932, was in Miami fever.il months ago to address a [inner meeting of the United fewish Building Fund campaign. +J€wistiFk>ridl§a>r) PAGE THREE Beth Jacob to Open 9th Year of Services PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — One lunched and eighty Jewish refuj ecs from Europe have arrived ] ere aboard the Portuguese liner Su nc. They were met at the pier by tpresentativea of the HIAS who j tcilitated their departure for | festinations in various parts of he country. Those who were (table to leave at once are being ared for in the HIAS shelter. RABBI MO SES M ESCHELOFF Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff opens his ninth year of Friday night Forums on November 30 at 8:30 p.m. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Opening of this year's late services is devoted to the presentation of the place of Israel in times of war and in aspirations for peace. His lecture theme will be "War and Peace." Representatives of tne local Jewish War Veterans Posts will present colors and bring greetings during the services. Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant a Chanuka hymn in observance of the "Festival of Light" and lead in the communal singing. The services are open to the general public. Oh! What Can I give for jif^l Christmas this Year? Why Wor-ry-thatseasy^ frtGift Photograph by Jooley-Myron is sure to please. wtfrh •Vtff/im Lobby Floor duPont Bldg.. Miami—205 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach FREE TERMITE INSPECTION WE NOW HAVE ALL NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT, AND ARE BACK TO OUR HIGH WWAB STANDARD ON TERMITE CONTROL WORK. ECONOMY EXTERMINATING COMPANY OUR MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE NUMBERS HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO 5-3444 5-3445 5-3446 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER TRULY NOLEN. Prw.Rw. P hon# M82 Beth Jacob Concert Has Chanuka Theme .u Th ffiyaittanal ceremony of rSthl 1 ^ 1 "" 5 ? { the eandlcs in celebration of the Festival of Lights, by Cantor Louis D. tedcr will open the second annual Chanuka Concert sponsored l&h ? t d ? f Con e r <*ation c < ,„ ob at tho Miami Beach &f pan H,fih Sch o1 on Sunday at B:,i0 p.m. The program will include solos and duets by Miss Ruth Brotnian and Cantor Feder with Miss Anyuta Melicov at the piano; cello selections by Mr. Walter Orossman, accompanied bv Elean j SH ark Linton ; Miss Melicov and Mrs. Linton, duo pianists, will render a select group of compositions from Brahms. Beethoven and Mozart. Miss Brotman will be mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Jack Hirsch and Mrs. Louis Glasser are concert chairmen. Miss Rachel Soldow is in charge of tickets. Chanuka Party Set For Sunday CENTER HONORS RABBI (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) arrangements for the dinner are Hyman Berman, Dr. William Bernstein, H. A. Bodenstcin. Daniel Broad, Dr. Benjamin Coleman, N. F. Darsky, Mayer Frankcl, Mrs. Samuel Friedland, I. J. Goldberg, Nat Hankoff. Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Philip Salmon, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Nathan Stiefel, Alfred Stone, Alex Sussman, Dr. J. J. Falk and Harold Turk. IRONY OF FATE .. The late Col. Joel E. Spingarn, founder of the National Association for the Advancement of j Colored People, had as his aim I the abolition of all discriminai tion against Negroes, and was particularly concerned about doing away with segregation of Negroes in separate schools So now Washington, D. C, is planning to honor Col. Spingarn's memory by naming a school after him—and it is being planned as a high school for Negroes only Students of local Sunday and Hebrew schools will participate in the annual Chanuka Assembly at the Capitol Theatre Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. Representatives of the schools will take part in the program of readings and community singing will be conducted by Cantors Abraham Friedman, Samuel Kelemer and Emanuel Barkan. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will speak. "It Happened in Springfield" and a cartoon will be shown through the courtesy of the Wometco Theatres and book awards will be presented by the Bureau of Jewish Education with Louis Heiman, president, making the presentation. Refreshments will be served by the Sisterhoods of Beth David, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Israel. These four congregations are sponsoring the assembly in conjunction with the Bureau of Jewish Education. GREENFIELD SERVES IN BOTH WORLD WARS Edwin Greenfield, ACMM. 2163 S. W. 24h ter., veteran of two world wars, and widely known Miami fisherman, is back with a discharge after service with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, where he trained cadets in advanced theory and ferried planes to aircraft carriers off San Diego. Member of the American Legion, the 40 & 8, and president of the Log Cabin Fishing Club, he thinks the second war less glamorous, but from a standpoint of aircraft, more deluxe. One of the first cadets to graduate in flying at Pensacola, he left Yale in 1916 to join the French ambulance corps. He holds the French Verdun medal and was cited for the Croix de Guerre. mi MEMORIAL CHAPEI IHOS. M. BURNS, IB. Foneta! DSroctot; ABE ElgENBERG : %  '; TMMttWWt RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE US* Washington Are. Miwni %  .*.•* : In Nrw .York: CHANUKA DANCE JEWISH FOLK CHORUS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1945—8:00 P. M. BETH DAVID AUDITORIUM 135 N. W. THIRD AVENUE Admission: 90 Cents, Tax Included FOUR-PIECE UNION BAND Entertainment Refreshments TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB SPONSORS TOWN HALL FORUM 4-STAR LECTURES —NOTED PERSONALITIES ROBERT ST. JOHN December 11th WAR CORRESPONDENT Author "From Land of Silent People' In London during 'blitz" RAY IOSEPH January 31st COMMENTATOR Author "Argentine Diary" MAX HILL February 26th RADIO COMMENTATOR Chief, Tokyo Associated Press 18 Months Prisoner of War Author "Exchange Ship" ERIKA MANN April 23rd Correspondent 1st and 9th Armies and Canadian Troops Author — Actress MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TICKETS AVAILABLE AT Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St., 9-2759 H. U. Feibelman, 1st Nat'l Bank, 2-7484 Arthur S. Kahn, 127 N. W. 2nd St., 2-4539 Herman Binder, 615 Olympic Bldg., 3-0828 Or Any Committee Member PRICE OF BOOK 4 TICKETS, $4.00. Tax Included FOR TICKETS BY MAIL WRITE TO Secretary, Town ~Hall Forum, 137 N. 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PAGE FOUR Jewish fhrldhr) 4 i FRIDAY, jovaa*. --THE NEWS IN VIEWsT; THE ANTI-SEMITIC HATE PRESS J.D.C. SHIPS CLOTHING TO JEWS IN mj£ Destitute Jew* In Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria will toon beweiriM I this warm clothing, shown a* It wa loaded for shipment to the Bilti* by the Joint Distribution Committee in New York. Last week, the J.D£ shipped 164 tons of good used garments, the first shipment of 1,2501* made available to the J.D.C. by the United National Clothing Collectiss, At the same time, the United Hungarian Jews of America lent 35 S of clothes to Hungary. Circulated by the thousands passed from hand to hand these innocent-loofing leaflets, the roots of vicious poison, are the propaganda tools of the demagogue, the hate-monger, and the anti-Semite. Their lies, malicious rumors, subversive propaganda directed against the Jews as a booby-trap to undermine American democratic liberties are being exposed by the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai whose activities are made possible by the Joint Defense Appeal, are joined together to destroy with the weapon of truth the enemies of democracy. •* %  *# !ll* { gtifc.lKl M J^S3>%  % % %  TffT B'NAI B'RITH HELPS PROMOTE INTEREST IN JEWISH BOOKS -In accordance with Jewish Book month, B'nai B'rith lodges throughout the country have made donations Scenes at, Gulfstream Park, Fbrida's. newest, race t^ck^feTertf winter rac.ng.season gets.underway on December 1 to run^Kh January 16, *" to school and public library (Top, left)-Queens couege New York, gets JwW;** collection and Hillel IJBJ from Franklin D. Roosevelt atf Long Island B'nai B'rith lodg*(Top, right^-Evansville t* lege receives first shelf dlj ish book collection estaWjJ byEvansvilleilndJBnaiBnJ as memorial to Jewish *<* dead. (Bottom. loft>-Publicl*Kfflin West New York, North gen. Weohawken, and UJ City, N. J.. receive W*M collections as # ,1,^ Hudson B'nai B'rith lodge. (Bottom, right)-OshkoJ (Wis.) B'nai B'rith g>v Universal Jewish Encyclop^ to public library. % 



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FRIDAY. M6VEMBER to.1S4S FUND LEADERS TO MEET DEC. 8 Loaders of federations, welfare funds and community councils f ro m n' ne Southeastern states will meet on December 8 and 9 in Birmingham for the eleventh annual conference of the Southeastern Region, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. "This is our regular 1945 conference which was postponed last spring because of war-time ODT regulations," said Stanley C. Myers, regional president, in announcing plans for the meeting. "Now that the post-war period is actually upon us. there is the utmost importance for careful planning to chart the development of needed services in our local communities and in our region. In addition, we have a continuing responsibility for national and overseas needs which should be considered in the light of 1946 prospects." Conference sessions, opening on Sunday evening and continuing through Sunday, will deal with topics of present day concern to Southeastern communities: Welfare fund budgeting, including the proposal for national advisory budgeting; needs of the Jewish aged and planning services for them; the current overseas picture; and local organiation of community relations program to deal with problems of antiSemitism. Jewish ihridfot, PAGE FIVE tn&:, : Iff*~ H mm HAPPY CHftNUKA srruuU. % '•..: .. % %  /' ..,:.. HASKELLS TO LIVE AT MIAMI BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Haskell are making their home at Miami Beach following their marriage last month at Temple Emanuel in New York city. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alberts, 2830 Pine Tree dr., fa the former Marilyn Alberts. She attended Miami Beach high where she won a letter in tennis. She was graduated from Drake high school in New York and recently has been working as a Conovcr model. Mr. Haskell attended Now York university and Fordham university and taught for some time at New York university. From Leyte, Lt. Jay R. Schwartz, formerly a lawyer in Miami, V-mailed this Chanuka greeting to his friends, Mr. and Mrs. foseph Socolof. Lt. Schwartz' wife and baby son are living in Jacksonville. SPECIAL SERVICES Special Shabbos Chanuka services will be held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation tomorrow morning with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky chanting the Rosh Chodesh prayers. After the services, D. Singer will be host to the worshippers at a special Shalosh Sudos. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS IIEIIKIIV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring io engage tn Dullness under the fictitious name Of STRAND CLEANER8, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAKltV KIN HORN SA M U EL R( I8ENBERC MEYERS & WEITZMAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 12" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida 11/50 lL"7-14-21-28 INVEST... 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PAGE SIX +Jewish fhrk§tan : < 4 itdli^vii^ bJBi iDJPldlilqup Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, 1879 Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, $2.00; 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor Miami 18, Florida, Friday, November 30, 1945 KISLEV 25, 5706 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 48 CH ANUK A... Chanuka is a happy season for Jews. It is particularly close to us today. We, too, have lived through days of heroism like that of the Maccabeans. We can understand those Maccabeans better. We understand their simple humanity better because we live in times like theirs and, so strangely enough, can appreciate them all the more. Last night, the first candle was lit. Its flame was feeble. On each succeeding night of Chanuka, the candles will be increased, the flames will grow stronger—just as our strength and hope must be multiplied as the struggle for the better life grows to gargantuan proportions. The little Chanuka lights carry their own message. The Jews found only enough oil for one day in the Temple, but, by a miracle, it lasted for eight days. This story symbolizes to us the whole story of the holiday. The Jew's military force was small, but a miracle happened, and the Jews conquered. The miracle which happened is the eternal miracle by which devoj tion to a cause may make up for limited equipment In brief, Chanuka is the holiday attesting to the triumph of :he spirit—the eternal consolation of the Jew. Small in numbers, if numbers only were to count, the Jew would have been lost long ago. But there is something which annuls numbers. "Not by might, not by power, but by spirit," I saith the Lord. This is the hopeful message that comes to us on Chanuka— and though the battlefields of Europe hove ceased to thunder and peace prevails, we need yet this hopeful message. Right now, in Palestine especially, does the little Chanuka candle light up hearts with hope. The powerful English government has decided against us. The great oil interests are against us, but yet the good Jew trusts in his heart that, despite all of this, we shall triumph in our cause. This is the message that glimmers through the faint alow of the Chanuka candle. BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mall received at Jewish Florldlan poat office box. YOUR BOOK-SHELF November has been set aside as Jewish Book Month. Its purpose is to remind the Jew, whose people throughout the centuries bore proudly the title. "The People of the Book." to re-form the habit of reading Jewish books, buying Jewish books. and encouraging and stimulating creative Jewish writinq By Jewish books we do not mean books which happen to have a character with a Jewish name, but books which express the historic memories, the ideas and ideals, the hopes and struqales and aspirations of Israel which not only contributed to Jewish survival but which made this survival meaningful and purposeful. The book-shelves in Jewish homes should also contain the Jewish classics-biblical and rabbinic-and works on Jewish !" S' msUt ? Uons and recor ds of Jewish pas. and present contributions to and co-operation with the world. Edmund Fleg in his book, "The Boy Prophet." tells of a little Jewish boy whose father gave him everything, except a Jewish thing about the Bible. He had never seen this book before He was a bright boy and was interested. He wentYo look for it among his father's books, of which his father, who considered himself an intellectual, had a good many. considered Th J? e .hf y F l00ked •*• bo,,om sh eH. all those big volumes There s the Encycopedia Brittanica. Dictionary of Science^JnT versal Geographyno, nothing Jewish there! Dcience Uni Over there? r V a !" Chemistry, World's Atlas—No' And over here? The Primitive Peoples HieL, France The Decline and Fall of Rom? Historv 5 rl f ; %  %  |JpS SpL£iSStiS& S left, Shakespeare, Victor Hugo, Tolstoy Y the The boy looked through every book in his hr. !" TU were books dealing with The sei ana mounTain^ books on fire and water, on animals and vegetables on art n!% philosophy, about Laplanders. Red 385^2,515 Gentrpate^thrhoui "O." replied the other, "some Jew family I6? Q8ked one Unfortunately this situation described by Flea is nil hu. common in American Jewish homes as well as in wfo>, S? Jews to strangers, and to Judaism-strangers dubs A rich and varied collection of Jewish kk • Jewish home is a necessity. It mSv hTSwvESS 6Very teach our neighbors that we are rSwh5 ^evSnl £, 5? ,0 are. It is far more important that LT^htaLttS^fiS T what he is and what he stands for. that heKS? ^ best of what has been though, and laugh, oy Ms saaeT seelt and inspired writers. sa gs, seers Every Jewish home and every Jewish meeHnr. ~i„ ,_ ,, have an ample suppy of Jewish books and SiS. 6 8h Uld Full-dress debate on Palestine question expected in House of Commons 266.238 Jews admitted to Palestine as "legal immigrants" from January, 1933, to September, 1945, Commons hears Herbert Hoover proposes moving Palestine's Arabs to reclaimed land in Iraq First Jewish children arrive in Paris from Berlin to leave soon for Palestine under JDC auspices Testimonial dinner to be given December 6 in N. Y. for Robert Szold, chairman of Palestine Economic corporation board and longtime worker for agricultural and industrial Palestine Dr. Moses Sinhorn, editor of Hebrew Medical Journal, finds service by Jewish hospitals, clinics, and private physicians in Palestine of "highest calibre" Prof. Jonas S. Friedenwald of Johns Hopkins university flies to London to settle details of ] proposed medical school in Palesi tine which he will also visit Jews in British zone in Germany flee to American camps after "brutal conduct" of officials at Bergen Belsen JDC estimates 180.000 Jews now living in Hungary, of whom 75.000 have returned from concentration camps Rabbi Abraham Femberg appears before Royal Commission on Education to opI M religious education in Canadian schools ... A call to American Jews to collect and contribute urgently needed relief supplies—foodstuffs, medicines and comfort items—to be sent suffering Jews overseas issued bv Paul Baerwald, chairman of JDC HIAS is first American voluntary social agency to set up office in Germany since end of war to assist displaced persons seeking migration or repatriation National Jewish Hospital at Denver plans $2,500,000 expansion program to aid tuberculosis control Hebrew Union college to confer honorary degrees on Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Dr. Emil Leipziger, Rabbi Julius Gordon, Dr. Stephen S. Wise and Dr. Jonah B. Wise December 8 during 70th anniversary celebration 92nd street Y in New York becomes co-educational after 72 years of strictly male atmosphere American Legion unanimously resolves that war refugees return to countries they came from Hadassah opposes national budgeting National JWB adopts $1,375,195 budget for 1946, $445,145 less than 1945 Jewish communities are veering toward centralized communal structure going beyond traditional philanthropies to embrace all functions of general Jewish concern, a survey made by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds reveals Over 300 Jewish chaplains served Armed Forces in World War II. JWB President Frank Weil reports "The Maccabees," Chanuka story by Morton Wishengrad, to be broadcast over WIOD at 11 a. m. Sunday on "Eternal Light" Mordecai M. Kaplan Education library to be dedicated at N. Y. Jewish Theological Seminary on December 9 Rabbinical Assembly of America opposes introduction of sectarian instruction and observance of religious festivals into public school system MR. BIGCOTT SS^m**, 'I want a reservation on a white, native-bom sixth-generation American coach!" TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERI fMctiy, eonfdenM .By PHINEAS J. BIRON UJA LEADERS CALL NATIONAL SESSION How American Jews will cope with responsibilities of rebuilding Jewish life in Europe and Palestine in 1946 is the subject of the extraordinary national conference of the United Jewish Appeal which will be held in Atlantic City December 15-17, This is the first such meeting to be convened since the inception of the UJA in 1939. Wide interest has been aroused by the conference in view of the fact that American Jews must assume a decisive role in determining the future of surviving Jews in European lands. The conference was called by Rabbi James G. Heller, William Rosenwald and Rabbi Jonah B wjge. national chairmen of the unified fund raising organizations. WISH DEPARTMENT The California Relocation Agency of the U. S. Government recently published a set of rules for fighting racial bias, and we wish that every Jew would take them to heart and follow these rules in his fight against antiSemitism Never be afraid, the Government says in essence, to expose bias Though it may give some publicity to the professional hate mongers, it will wake up America's decent people We also wish it were true that a powerful combine of movie producers has organized to produce anti bias and antidiscrimination films We wish, further, that it were true, as reported, that the New York Daily News lost 250,000 readers and $6,000,000 in advertising contracts since it published that outrageous O'Donnell column And we wish that Phil Slomovitz, editor of the Detroit Jewish News, would reprint his column of Nov. 9 and send it to every English reading Jew in this country DP DEPT. UNRRA Director General Herbert H. Lehman, testifying before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, disclosed that more than 1,300,000 "displaced persons" have not been repatriated Of these, Lehman said, 800,000 are Poles, about 207.000 are nationals of former enemy countries, approximately 35.000 are Russians and some 234,000 are listed as "miscellaneous" Jewish prisoners from Mauritius Island were not received with welcoming banners when they returned to Palestine ... It seems that the gentlemen of the Jewish Agency do not approve of their politics The Czechoslovakian government claims that 3,000 Czech Jews now living in Palestine have applied for return to their native country ... JEWISH NEWS Although Dr. Weizmann did resign at the Atlantic City convention, he has not given up the idea An announcement that he will retire may be forthcomLyons tells of a conversation Dr. Abraham Flexner, director i the Institute for Advanced Studies, had with Prof, Einstein .., Dr. Flexner was complaining that Einstein was forever lend. ing his name tu various causa u, Po,ll ical refugees have j problem—they come to you. and you lend your name," he pointed out "Soviet relations committees. Palestine committees, atomic bomb committees—everybody comes to you ... But do you always have to say yes?... Why don't you do what I often do—say no?' ... "But it I did," Einstein retorted, '"your name would be Einstein and mine would be Flexner." ... ON OUR SHORES. Orchids to courageous, stubborn Dr. Adolph M. Koch of New Jersey, who succeeded in organizing the Essex Colleje of Medicine and Surgery m Newark This is probably the only medical school in the United States that has no quota on any race or creed .. Catholics, Protestants and Jews are equally divided among the 125 students Henry Ford 2nd has a much better public relations counsel than his grandfather ... It is reported that Henry II will sponsor a 'Very liberal" radio program starring John Garfield, Hollywood's Jewish star Congratulations to the Disabled Veterans' organiation on their action in designating Gerald L. K. Smith 'democracy's Public Enemy No. 1 -• %  Don't miss the booklet A *• Says Boo." which will hit V news stands soon %  It b J story of Philadelphia s Anmuin case, written up by Kenneth Leslie ABOUT PEOPLE b.We were right, some colunB UK about Dr. Stephen S. wises honorary degree from the n brew Union College of Cincinnati The official announcement has just been made %  B. Z. Goldberg, chairman g American Committee ^ Writers, Artists and ScienWft* now on his way to £ %  &„ Did you knowthat the Dean ing any edition ... It is still a uia yoi mystery to Zionist leaders how j Canterbury. Hewlett o"!J the Bergson group succeeded in who visited this coUn "L. 0 [ getting David Stern, publisher week, once was a co-*"",,, of the Philadelphia Record, to go to England on a Zionist mission Stern has been known to the big Zionist leaders as an anti-Zionist .-. Editorials in The Congress Weekly, put out by the American Jewish Congress, are becoming better and more pungent with every issue PRINCETON REPORT Albert Einstein is still one of the active consultants of the group of scientists who are working on the perfection of the atomic bomb Which reminds us to relay a story Leonard grandpa's day week, once was v "machine Charlie Chaplin in a mac^ shop in England? -WE Erin Shaw, now out ^ Army, is Hollvwood-bounyj in the meanwhle has work on a novel his i ^ Dramatic director Ha ^ man is going to infer ( other side of the fwtUgntt ^ change Hc s in tor Tomofduct a drama columnar ^ row magazine %  iverS ary marks the fortieth anni in show business ^ d Tucker, the red-hot n



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tfDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945 USONALLY SPEAKING HCONTINUED FROM PAQE 2) Beatrice Berger, Leny Danjnger, Marilyn Greenberg. Josalie Margolis and Evelyn Polak were initiated into BZB thapter of B'nai B'rith Girls at i not luck supper at the home It Beth Brown. 444 S. W. 15th hve. • %  Rabbi S. M. Machtei is in few York attending a cemeer y owners association meeta Max Orovitz and Rabbi ml B. Appelbaum have been appointed to the Convention tommittee of the Southeastern teqion of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations vhich will meet in Atlanta Jan. 0-22 Pvt and Mrs. Finley Binder and their young son have returned to Monroe, Va„ after spending several days nere • • Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff, former chaplain of the sanitation de:rtment of Greater New York, arrived in Miami Beach irith his wife, Sina, and daughr, Susan, to spend the season Sere. Rabbi Risikoff founded jie Hebrew Spiritual society, Jws been judge of the Jewish Kourt of Arbitration, vice chairbnan of the Jewish Ministers' %  association and rabbi of the %  Congregation Talmud Torah |Aitz Chaim of Brooklyn N. Douglas Raff has been [named president of the Greater (Miami Hotel association Ijewish women of Dade county Ihave sold 1,342 bonds representing $791,517.25, according Ito a report made by Mrs. T. T. I Stevens Sunday Mr and Mrs. Dan Ruskin, 1140 N. Hibiscus dr., were hosts to 200 friends at a cocktail vJenisii Fhrkilan PAGE SEVEN CHANUKA GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO. Cold Storage Facilities Fruits—Vegetables—Produce Seeds—Seaboard Trackage 1701 N. W. Seventh Avenue PHONE 3-1219 MORRIS BERICK Success of Temple Beth Sholoms $250,000 building fund campaign is predicted by Judge Morris Berick, president of the congregation which held formal dedication services Wednesday evening. Funds raised in the campaign will be used to construct a new Temple and remodel the present facilities at 4144 Chase ave. into a Community House exclusively. party Sunday in honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coolik. Mr. Coolik has just been discharged from the Navy after five years of duty. Recently returned from overseas, he held the rank of lieutenant, senior grade. He and the former Charlene Ruskin, who were married in April, will make their home here A candlelight ceremony and singing of Chanuka songs are on the program of the open house which will be given by the Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, at the home of the Misses Jeanette and Sylvia Tupler, 1035 14th st., 8 p.m. Monday. Girls of 18 years and older have been invited to the Chanuka affair which is part of the chapter's membership campaign. NOW OPEN FOR DINNER Music by Cy Washburn Bar and Cocktail Lounge Victor's Coral Way at 36th Ave. Reservations 48 4224 or 4 9524 W. FLAGLER RANKED AMONG BIG THREE Erasing one record after an other for greyhound racing in Florida, the West Flagler Kennel club has been listed as Florida's greatest for many years and now is ranked along with, the White City Stadium track of London and Wonderland Park of Revere, Mass. During the past initial 10 nights, the club has been the nightly rendezvous for approximately 5,500 patrons. The race program, each weekday night, starts at 8 p. m. and the final tenth race goes to the box at 11:40 p. m. The Daily Double is on the first and third races with quiniela wagering on every race. Bus transportation is available from .Miami and Miami Beach. CASUALTIES MOUNT IN BRITISH RAIDS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) tion, separating men and women. In the town of Petach-Tikvah, several miles away from Shetayim, criers went through the streets shouting: "All Jews to the rescue." As a result, thousands began to stream towards Shefayim. A 19-year-old Jewish youth from Petach Tikvah was shot dead as he tried to enter Rishpun. About 2,000 military vehicles were used in the operations against the Jewish settlers. Within a few hours the Beilison hospital was crowded with wounded. Others were diverted to the Hadassah hospital in Tel Aviv. Two of the colonies — Givat Hann and Ein Hakhoresh—appealed for blood donors and for medical aid. A report from Givat Haim said tat at least fifteen settlers suffered severe injuries and two were killed. The first violence developed at Shefayim, when a British officer called on the head of the settlement and demanded that he guarantee that the 615 inhabitants would keep the peace, as troops were about to enter the village. The head of the settlement refused. Whereupon the officer announced to the population through loud speakers that the settlement was under curfew.' The dispute continued until loud speakers broadcast a "last warning," which was followed by a charge by soldiers armed with clubs, backed by other groups with fixed bayonets, both hidden under a smoke screen. During the attack, a number of women and children were injured. At Rishpun and Kfar Shmaryahu, which are near Shefayim, a similar procedure was followed. There was no shooting at Rishpun, but latest reports indicate that the inhabitants are tinder guard and soldiers are conducting a house to house search. At Givat Haim, troops opened fire into a crowd of Jewish settlers who tried to break the military cordon around the village. Several Jews were seriously wounded. In addition to its permanent residents, Givat Haim is filled with hundreds of Jews from the nearby town of Hedera, who flocked there when troops were reported approaching. Truckloads of Jewish workers who were returning from plants in the neighboring township of Nathanya to their homes at Givat Haim were fired upon by troops patrolling the roads and several were wounded. In the meantime, military authorities placed a large section of the Palestine coast, north of Tel Aviv, under curfew. In an effort to check "illegal" Jewish immigration more effectively, the authorities have also begun erecting four new radar stations: on Mt. Gerizim, on Moab Hill, in the Dead Sea area, and "somewhere on the Mediterranean seashore." Tension mounted in Tel Aviv as the news of the British invasion of the Jewish settlements reached the city. Many Jewish workers laid down their tools and rushed on trucks and afoot to Givat Haim and other nearby settlements. However, they were prevented from reaching the invaded colonies by troops guarding the roads. Inhabitants of Tel Aviv line the road between the city and Hezlia in defiance of the coastal curfew. Previously. two Jewishmanned fishing boats and their crews of 12 were detained for allegedly participating in the landing last Friday morning of 200 immigrants from the Greek schooner Demetrios. The twelve were sent to the Latrun detention camp, where the British have confined an unknown number of suspected terrorists. Thirteen other persons are reported to have been arrested along the shore between Herzlia and Nathanya on suspicion that they were illegal entrants. Capt. Petros Warlamas, master of the Demetrios, and his crew of five, were taken before a magistrate in Haifa and charged with bringing Jews into the country illegally. They were remanded for fifteen days for further interrogation, but were allowed to contact the Greek consul. ONElAlDAY VITAMIM J=ATAiLITS T HINK of It I Your minimum daily requirement* of A and D Vitamin* or of B 'Complex Vitamin*. In on* pleasant tablet. Remember II.,. name ONE-A-DAY (brand) Vitamin Tablelj. OH. 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. PAGE EIGHT + 'Jewlsti H crkHar i i British Clamp Down On Two Papers JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Hebrew newspapers Davar and Hamashkif have been suspended for one week by the Palestine Government, it was announced here. Davar was suspended for publishing a cartoon which showed young children in hospital beds after the Tel Aviv rioting and a doctor saying "what good snipers, they hit such small targets." The other paper was suspended for publishing a report of an alleged statement by Doctor Arieh Altmann. Revisionist leader, which declared "the political offensive of the Jewish people will destroy Britain's policy of duplicity." Davar stated the cartoon had been submitted to censorship. DR. PRINZ TO APPEAR (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) that the British government is inciting the Arab Jew conflict. Dr. Prinz was born in Upper Silesia. Germany and received his education at the Universities of Berlin. Breslau, and Giessen. He was awarded his Doctor of Philosophy degree from t h e famous Jewish Theological Sem inary in Breslau at the age of twenty four. After the advent of Adolph Hitler. Dr. Prinz became the spokesman for German Jewry, negotiating with the Secret Police on their behalf. He was pargaged in establishing the cutural autonomy of German Jewry under the Hitler regime. The Rabbi was unwilling to give the Nazi government the coop rratinn it demanded and was expelled from the country. He is also known as an educa tor, as a spiritual leader. He is the founder of the School of Jewish Youth and Chaim Nachman Rialik College. Dr. :< the author of several I i ks, including a Jewish His tory and a Children's Bible. SERVICEMAN'S CALENDAR Weekly serviceman's activities under the auspices of the Greater Miami Army and Navv Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board: Saturday night dance at the Beach "Y", 1 Lincoln Road. 8:30 P. M.„ sponsored by the Miami Beach Service League: refreshments served; Sunday morning Brunch, 10 a. m. at the Beach "Y". sponsored by B'nai B'rith: Sunday night dance at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave., at 8:30 p. m., sponsored by the Senior Hostess Group. Refreshments served; swimming cabana at 1 Lincoln Road in charge of Rudy Adler". AJC CLARIFIES VISIT (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) irrespective of whatever conclusion might be reached on the question of statehood." The statement enumerates the following series of actions taken by the committee in recent years to bring about the abrogation of the White Paper and the opening of the gates of Palestine to large scale Jewish immigration. CHANUKA GREETINGS BECK'S GARAGE '•32 15t fi STREET PHONE 5'422 MIAMI BEACH Announcing the Re-Opening of the FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL BUREAU STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL FREE REGISTRATION 1782 S. W. Fifth Street 1. In January, 1944, the committee presented a strong plea to Lord Halifax. British Ambassador to Washington, calling for the abrogation of the White Paper as being contrary to the Balfour declaration and the Mandate for Palestine. 2 During the San Francisco conference, the committee representatives addressed a communication to Edward R. Stattinius, Jr.. then Secretary of State, urging that the United Nations take no action which would prejudice Jewish rights with respect to Palestine. The same request was made by the American Jewish Conference as well. 3 Following the recent visit to the President, the committee, in a communication to Secretary of State Byrnes dated November 9. 1945. on the eve of Prime Minister Attlee's arrival in the United States, again emphasized Jewish unity on this issue and called for "our Governments zealous furtherance of President Truman's request that the British government immediately allow 100.000 Jews to enter Palestine." "These actions were in line with the committee's consistent policy, dating back at least to 1918 when it endorsed the Balfour declaration," the statement says. In 1930, the committee opposed the Passfield White PaWe Wish to Extend To Our Many Friends CHANUKA GREETINGS GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flaoler Street i" CHANUKA GREETINGS HILLIARD RUG CLEANERS Rugs and Upholstery Cleaned and Demothed RUGS DYED REPAIRED AND SIZED PHONE 4-6361 3165 S. W. 16th Terrace SEASON'S GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 212 Alhambra Circle PHONE 4-2536 CORAL GABLES DIAMONDS JEWELRY LUGGAGE NOVELTIES PROVIDENT JEWELRY & LUGGAGE CO. 39 N. Miami Ave. PHONE 2-3268 CHANUKA GREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring—Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONES 3-6294—7 3082 CHANUKA GREETINGS KING SOLOMAN'S BAR 1242 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 2-1413 GENERAL Refrigeration Service 2732 N. 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The chief difference between the committee on the one hand and the Zionist organizations in the conference on the other has been that the committee has earnestly urged on its fellow Jews the strong advisability of. emphasizing the immigration issue at this time, a view it is confident is shared by many leading Zionists. "The committee is compelled to take issue with the position of the conference that it speaks for all Jewry on Palestine." the statement continues. "It points out that among the constituent bodies of the conference the National Council of Jewish Women, the B'nai B'rith, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the Jewish Labor Committee refused to accept the Palestine resolution of the conference. Nor can we admit the position of the conference which seeks to HENRY'S AUTO SERVICE 2797 N. 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"hest Divisions Increase Quotas ili-very division of the CommuLv Chest campaign so far orr,[„-d has accepted an mB quota to help meet the r;',., se d need and is organizing K h enthusiasm and optimism, feneral Chairman Stanley C. Ivers. announced. [Although the formal campaign LViocl does hot open until Janutv 14 several divisions are altadv at work. Myers said. The fpi.il Merchants, Commercial. Cnstruction and Women's DiviESs have completed the selecon of majors and will be among w first to begin solicitation. %  The quota of $810,971. which Ts set by the Chest Board of factors after weeks of study, about $185,000 more than was ^ised last year. ••We know it represents a real ed" Myers said. "Every one the 23 iocal agencies that share the Chest are carrying the Irei-st ease loads in history and L e demands are growing. It is nplP to understand when we insider how the Miami area is towing, and how crowded hous[g conditions are reflected in token homes, neglected children Bd all the human problems that Clow in the wake of war. And t c all know how costs have inCast a in every line." (Myers said the spirit of enlusiasm that is being shown by divisions foreshadows a sucbsflll campaign. ["Success will come when all %  visions set out to complete their fork promptly and smoothly." I.I.Q. C. TO MEET I Mr. A. M. Bear, president of ke Miami Jewish Orthodox fcngregation, is calling a board lecting for Tuesday. December at 830 p.m. at the Congregalon Building, 590 S. W. 17th Ive. •^JewlstifhrkUan PAGE NINE HSfLSSS CA RE WORKER GOES ABROAD FOR NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN There"s a big job ahead. Be fcady to subscribe to the Victory oan. TOYS Wholesalers Department Stores Retail Stores We Cordially Invite You To Visit Our Showroom I. J. LANN 107 N. E. 1st Ave. Suite 228 PHONE 2-4223 tense executi man Coll. care we I cooperation with ill, JDC. *$££?&& WOrkerS soon ,0 J in ''" %  wi *•* overs* MAKES BIG HIT FATHER-SON DINNER By HERMAN BINDER We greatly enjoyed acting in capacity of adopted father to Michael and Ronald Finn, while Sol (Mickey) Finn waited on table at the Temple Israel Man's Club "Father and Son" dinner. The affair held on Wednesday in Kaplan Hall, Temple Israel, was so great a success that we believe it should be held annually. Rabbi Saul S. Appelbaum offered the Prayer of Grace, after which dinner was served. President E. Max Goldstein, in his welcoming address, spoke briefly of the Town Hall Forum, sponsored by the Men's Club. He called upon the Joint Chairmen, NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometriit-Optician Phone 5-2343 Herbert U. Feibelman and Arthur Kahn, who spoke of the four star lecturers, Robert St. John, Ray Joseph, Max Hill and Erika Mann. Mr. Goldstein presented Erl Roman, Fishing Editor of the Miami Herald, Max Rosenfeld, former star baseball player, now president of the Anglers Club, and George Trodgon, Miami Senior High School coach, who related amusing tales connected with their own field of sports. Entertainment, consisting of magic and patter, by a clever young performer, Donald Lee Brown, was followed by a song fest. Prize tickets, drawn by the three guests of the evening, were held by Roger Boyell, William Druckcr and Frank Torres. At the conclusion of the affair the dinner committee, consisting of Lew Gillman, Jerome Cohen, Harry Simon and Henry Hirsch, was given a round of applause for putting over a most entertaining event. KOHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE ... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY. 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%  \ i i BEACH MIZRACHI AFFAIR DEC. 4TH Miami Beach Mizrachi will celebrate its 5th annual Chanuka function with a party which will be held at the Beth Jacob Synagogue Tuesday, December 4, at 8 p.m. A musical program featuring the Bialik Choir, led by Cantor Emanuul Barkan, will be presented. Also scheduled on the program are Melvin Michals, violinist, and Joyce Bruckner, monologist. Cantor Louis D. Feder will open the program with the Chanuka candle lighting. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on Life in Palestine. Holiday refreshments will be served in the Beth Jacob auditorium. On the reception committee arc Mrs. Ethel Schaffron. Mrs. A. J. Safra, Mrs. Pauline Grundwcrg. Mrs. Tillie Levine. Mrs. Clara Brettholz. Mrs. Ida Freedman, Mrs. Gertrude Bergad. Mrs. Bertha Freedman. Mrs. Mary Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir. Members of the trees committee are Mrs. Freda Kalstein, Mrs. Bertha Hagen, Mrs. Eugenia Lilianfeld. Mrs. Anna R. Berow, Mrs. Gertrude Hochborg. Mrs. Ethel Hagan, Mrs. Hyman Bland and Mrs. Joseph Brenner. WORKER'S ALLIANCE PARTY A Chanuka latke party will be given by the Jewish National Workers Alliance. Bialik Branch 290, and the Pioneer Women s Organization, on Sunday. December 2, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach "Y." PIONEER WOMEN PLAN MUSICAL The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami, Club 1, is making plans for a musical on January 6. commemorating the 44th anniversary of the Jewish National Fund. VICTOR HOTEL OPENS FOR SEASON linn GREATER DAVID ROSNER Mr. David Rosner, managing director of the Victor hotel of Miami Beach, Fla.. announces that the Victor is now open for the season with the dining room catering to the public. The Victor hotel is situated directlv on the beach, in one of the most desirable sections of Miami Beach—at the corner 12th st. on the Ocean. The Victor boasts of a unique glass enclosed dining room facing the Ocean, a health solarium, elevator service to the ground floor, and other ultra modern features and appointments for a pleasant and joyous vacation. Every one of its 100 rooms has a private bath, shower, and telephone. The cuisine is strictly Kosher. Mr. Rosner is well known in Miami Beach and in Atlantic City where he is affiliated with the Ostend hotel. GIRLS STAGE CARNIVAL The Greater Miami Council of B'r.ai B'rith Girls are working ut del 'I I holding their only fur 1-raising event of the season. Hanukah is observed for eight days because of the tradition that a cruse of oil found in the Temple after the Jewish victory burned for eight days, although there was only enough oil for one day. %  be i-winter carMiami Woman's U Admissi n CHAPTERS JOIN IN EVENT ... tiapters I E rial B"r:th party ..-. % %  Beacfi Y on Wedr, ;anukata gifts for %  esci r.l i Idiers w %  :' the organization. Hanukah literally means dedin, the dedication having reference to the ancient Temple of Jerusalem which was redediI after the triumph of the Jews over their oppressors. NEW GROUP FORMED The first organization meeting of the newly formed group of B'nai B'rith Girls at Miami R, ach was held at the home of Mrs. Carl Wrinkle 1710 Lenox Ave., recently. Temporary officers were elected with a regular election scheduled for an early date. The quaint origin of latkes as the most popular Hanukah delicacy is supposed to be the pank s hastily prepared by the Jewish women for the soldiers of Maccabeus when they halted for rest while pursuing the troops of the Syrians. So strengthened were the Macca| bean warriors by those pancakes. I that Judas Maccabeus is sup| posed to have decreed that Jews should eat latkes on Hanukah. i # III.Ull MIAMI "Food Fit for A King" OPENED WEDNESDAY. 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L AY NO VEMBER 30, 1945 ^Jewlstflcridlar) MANUKA SPEAKS iw RABBI LEON SPITZ In,,, little light that was the %  ELie "f Chanuka Menfc v'.'s first lit in the infant f". nf the Jewish people by ,f the Bible. It was named m00 a of hopefulness—the d tomid, the perpetual light as Jsymbol of *e eternity of %  JK'thousand years the lovD hands of priests and Levites fanil fed il within t hc sh i ine r Lt in theTabernacle and subhuently in Solomon's Temple— ft a fter a lapse during the Kylonian exile—still again in Tsecond Temple following the | U1I1 0 f Prince Zerubbavel, L and X.hemiah. U„d then the bloody days fcjch immediately preceded the fanuka Festival put the light It but the Maceabean heroes Lt it and in their exultation— T,iH. u P-to-date as this I Sa t tffer y*eentUbti 5# laVW&'f ? ir <*Morts and use \ directed. -. 18th Century Silver Hanukkah Lamp from the Collection in the Museum of Jewish Ceremonial Objects in The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York City. days to light up our Dedication today. But the Chanuka lights have their unique message to the Jew. They tell us that the light of Judaism cannot be put out for any length of time. They bid us cherish the ideals for which the Maccabees lived and fought and died. And they command us of Israel to keep the fires burning on the altars of Judaism in Eretz Israel, America, everywhere on God's earth. Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Edna Champlin Employment Service 412 N. E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 9-3207 It was once the custom to place the Hanukah lights outside the house. SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biflcayne Blvd. Phone 782419 MON AH AN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 SW. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenus PHONE 4-5860 TRAVEL VIA PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER HAVANA MEXICO SO. AMERICA FARR TOURS 1247 Washington Ave. Phone 58-1694 'Tarr Tours Are Far Better" Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flarler St.. Miami RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices ^t^Langs Beautiful Grounds— Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repairs—Prompt Service Phone 4-0632 TOP SOU 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace •ttet tf* el* rot HSfc l bV* %  DRINK PLENTY OF Cfcripiire ^ Water 5-GALLON BOTTLE CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES Plus Bottle Deposit' PHONE 2-4128 70c 80c A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL JOHN and MARJORIE WILLIAMS of the CORAL GABLES POTTERY SHOP "Florida's Finest Pottery Gift Shop" 2931 Coral Way Phone 48-30S5 SEASON'S GREETINGS TOM AND CHESTER BLASIAK TAILORS 14 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-7679 Specialists On Pants and Shirts — Slack Suits I SEASON'S GREETINGS E DRY CLEANING DE LUXE SERVICE 231-233 11th Street Miami Beach. Florida PHONE 5-0254 SEASON'S GREETINGS An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 422 S. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 4-5515 SEASON'S GREETINGS Alpert's Restaurant 6 OCEAN DRIVE FEATURING FINE FOODS "One of the Finest on the Beach" REASONABLE PRICES PHONE 5-9456 BEST GREETINGS FOR THE SEASON tJJ ALABAMA POULTRY MARKET 1650 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 9-2315 MAY CHANUKA BRING HAPPINESS TO ALL Atlantic Marine Boat Yard. Inc. 410 S. W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE 3-4641 BUY VICTORY BONDS ;*,' i K



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PAGE TWELVE 9-JewistncrSdlan i THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) (EDITOR'S NOTE: Readers of this paper are invited to send any questions they may have on Jewish religion, customs, traditions, etc., to Rabbi Fox, who will answer them promptly. He may be addressed care of this paper, or the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, 106 East 41st St., New York 17, N. Y.) Q. What is the exact meaning of the term "Chanukah"? A. Technically, the word is taken to mean "dedication" or "inauguration." In this sense, it is implied that the festival inaugurates the dedication of the altar and the purification of the sanctuary which had been polluted and defiled at the hands of the pagan oppressors under the leadership of Antiochus Epiphanes. the tyrant. There are other sources which read a different interpretation into the word. They break the word into two words: 'Chanu' and 'Kali'. The first half means "they rested, while the second half represents the numeral "25". According to this interpretation the thought is implied that the gallant defenders of the Temple saw their victory and "rested" from their heroic struggle on the "twentyfifth" day of the month Kislev. Still another source insists that the five-letter Hebrew word "Chanukah" is an abbreviation signifying that we light "eight candles" and that the procedure of lighting is like that .prescribed bv the followers of Hillel. Hence, the five letters (Chet. Nun. Vov, Kof, Heh) stand for eight candles (are lit) and, according (to the) Hillelites, for lighting the candles in the arithmetic progression from one to eight as we do today. Q. Is the festival known by any other names? A. Yes. It is sometimes called "The feast of the Maccabees" implying the fact that we celebrate the victory of the Maccabees over the Syrian Hellenists who wanted to supplant Judaism with heathen cults. It is also called "The Festival of Lights signifying the fact that we kindle tiny candles on this Festival. Q. Why do we celebrate the festival for eight days? A. A miracle is said to have occurred at the dedication of the purified Temple. Only one small cruse of oilhad been found unpolluted by the pagan invaders when thev defiled the Temple, it having been sealed and miraculously hidden away, thereby escaping the attention of the oppressors. Actually it was only enough for one day: but it miraculously lasted eight days. This is also the reason for which the eight candles are lit. Q. What is the significance oi the "ninth candle" whose place is set off from all the rest? A. Since these lights have holy significance, we are allowed only to see them: but not to use them, or to derive any physical benefit from them. But this is hardly possible when the lamp is so close to us. We. therefore, have an "extra" light to make it appear that it is only from this "additional" light that we derive any material benefit and not from the others. For this reason, it is called the "Shamesh which means the "one which is (or may be) used." The title "Shamesh" may also denote the fact that it is with this light that we kindle all the other lights. Hence it is the "Shamesh*" or the "servant" of all the rest. Q. Why is it customary for the children to play with the traditional Chanukah Top called the "Dreidel?" A. As was the case with so many Jewish tragic persecutions, the initial thought behind the tyrants was to stop the Jews from studying the Torah. In those days. Jewish scholarship was caiiud on by "mouth to mouth'' transmission and not by writing. The Talmud, especially was studied only orally, in groups. A decree was therefore issued prohibiting any assembly of learning to congregate for the purpose of the study of the Law. under penalty of death. Not to be outdone or discouraged by this inhuman decree, the Rabbis sought to camouflage their studies bv giving the outward appearance of play amidst their groups of study. This was adequately achieved by spinning the "t op of chance" which was a common oc;.!;;', n ,. n( ,. ,„ those days. There being no evident signs of writing the observer would conclude only that the group was engaged in play and not study, which was actually the case. To commemorate this trick by which the learned men were able to pursue their studies, it still is customary to spin "Chanukah Tops. It has thus remained a custom to play "games of chance on Chanukah while it would be piohibited upon other occasions. Q. What do the inscribed letters represent on the %  'Dreide • Why is the top called Dreidel? A. The top is called "Dreidel" because it stems from the German word "dreihen which means 'to turn" or 'to spinIt has four sides each of which is inscribed with the four letters: Nun, Gimel. Heh, Shien, respectively. These letters have a twofold significance. They spell the first letters of four words Nes Gadol Havoh Shorn" which means a great miracle happened there. In this respect the little top is a reminder of the miracle. They may also represent four German words: nichts, gans. halt), stel, which mean: nothing, all. halt, put. indicating the gains and losses of the play. Q. Why is it customary to eat cheese delicacies on Chanukah? A. The explanation for this custom is usually connected with the story of Judith. Judith, according to the story, was a daughter of the Hasmoneans. who fed cheese to the leader of the Jo wish foes in a successful attempt to make him thirsty beyond control in response to which he drank much wine. He then became drunk and she beheaded him and earned off his head in a sack. This feat encouraged the defenders and discouraged the enemy who lost courage and fled before the Jews. As a reminder of this brave feat performed by a daughter of Israel, we still serve cheese delicacies on Chanukah. Q. Why do we eat "lalkes on Chanukah? A. The reason for this custom is quite obscure. Most authors contend, however, that either Judith served the tyrant "cheese latkes" or "cheese cakes," or that the feat was first observed by serving them on Chanukah. From this, it is claimed, there developed the custom of eating pancakes of all kinds. To those who enjoy these tempting morsels annually, it makes little difference just how the custom originated -their Chanukah would be incomplete without "latkes." Israelites after tl£? > h J£pt as their JSjJjlM TRAIL REALTY GO 2058 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-4061 REAL ESTATE Ralph A. Kennedy E. C. Mullen We Know You're Interested Because our phone has been working overtime of late with eager voices querying us as to when the 1946 VENETIAN CAUSEWAY emblems will go on sale. Ordinarily the emblems are ready for distribution December 1st. However, we will be unable to sell them until rates have been fixed by the Florida Railroad Commission. As soon as we are advised, you will be notified by the local newspapers. MIAMI BRIDGE COMPANY LILA LEE HILLBOM, President HAVANA ALL EXPENSE AIR CRUISES Via Pan American Airways Including Round Trip Transportation, Hote), Meals and Sightseeing Ask for Folder and Rates COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE MITCHELL'S TOURS 304 E. FLAGLER ST., MIAMI PHONE 9-3605 I WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 And B Sun If • FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUlt Our Farm at •200 N. W. 32nd StTMt TTRES BATTERIES ROAD SERVICE NOLAN'S SERVICE STATION 700 N. W. 78th Street EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MMY.MCmy^. Confidential Investigations Criminal and Cbn Escort and Guards^ No Case Too Larg, or ^ FLORIDA Detective Bureau DAVID P. FOLDS, Ch* PHONE 43-3880 THE OPERA GUILD PRESENTS t t FAUST" ALL METROPOLITAN CAST TICKETS ON SALE AT BURDINE'S Al.so ON BALE AT Cordelia's Book and Card Shop 44 S. E. FIRST STREET Philpiift Music Store 36 N. MIAMI AVE. 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IFRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1945 *Jewisti fhridiari PAGE THIRTEEN lh>s Still a LongWay from Home! K* .Yes, the war was no pink tea. With V-J Day many a fighting man was too tired to think. For a long time we're going to have to do a lot of "thinking" and "doing" for the men who have done their part in winning the complete victory, i ... That will cost money. There were well over a million casualties during this most destructive of wars. Many of these men will have to have medical care and treatment for a long time to come. Others need guidance before they can return to normal life. Millions of dollars will be needed for VICTORY LOAN this and other rehabilitation work.' .. .That's why this Victory Loan is so important. It's your chance to prove to your fighting men that they are not forgotten ... that we can never repay them for what they have done. ... Gaze deep into your heart-and remember and act. Victory has brought us tremendous obligations. Every American must do his part in this great task. Right now, our job is to buy more bonds than ever before during the Victory Loan. Buy them in humble gratitude -buy them now. !"• ^^ \CK WITH am %JV0 THEM w J552-J This Message Made Possible Through the Generosity of the Following STEVENS MARKETS BELFORD PRODUCE AND TRUCKING CO. N. W. 23rd Street and 13th Avenue MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY 3190 Pine Tree Drive THE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1651 Alton Road GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS Wholesale Liquors 309 N. W. 9th Avenue MARGARET NEWMAN & NEWMAN & WINTER MFG. CO Women's Apparel RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST 940 N. E. 79th Street RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT 929 Lincoln Road SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 1751 Collins Avenue RICHIE PLUMBING SUPPLIES 21 IS N. W. 27th Avenue FRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 1236 N. E. 2nd Avenue STEVENS MARKETS 2001 N. W. 62nd St. MORRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 Washington Avenue CAMPBELL HOMES 233 N. W. 29th Street EL BOLERO CLUB-BAR 3191 Coral Way PETER MILLER HOTEL 1900 Collins Avenue CHARLES HOTEL 1475 Collins Avenue Firms and Individuals: WALTERSON BODY WORKS 1135 N. Miami Avenue JACK H. PERO 1411 S. W. 11th Street JACK'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE 199 N. W. 20th Street HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street EVERGREEN NURSERIES 2010 S. W. 17th Avenue PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY 260 S. W. 6th Street RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach TAMIAMI UPHOLSTERY CO. 2465 S. W. 9th Street Phone 49-1721 I., t v >; %  .%  > 3 I SfSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ



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PAGE FOURTEEN 9-Jmistncridicir i RED CROSS SEEKS 22 ADDRESSES "Help us get to America" pleads a daughter in Austria to her mother in a message which remains undelivered at the local Red Cross chapter because chap tor officials arc unable to locate the mother. At present there are 22 undelivered foreign messages ad dressed to persons in Miami whom the Red Cross have been unable to locate. A last appeal is being made by Mrs. Catherine Argo, director of Home Ser vices, for those listed below to claim messages awaiting them at the Dade County chapter head quarters at 501 N. E. First ave.: Josef Parzer, General Delivery; George Levy. Regent hotel; Fanny Kostiner. Columbia build ing; Capt. Helmuth Loosen beck. 2022 N. W. 17 st.: Sebo Schipper, 2400 N. W. Seventh ct.: Ber tie Eamcs Fansborough, 504 Pos tal building: George Saake. 610 N. W. Seventh st.: Mrs. Hilda Reinhardt. 145 N. E. 25 st.: Her man Karl Ebner. Miami Beach: Mrs. I. E. Eckert. 152 N. E. Fifth st.: Mrs. Therese Schmidt. Na tional hotel: Attilis Canonico. 127 N. E. First ave.; Agnete Christensn. 3300 N. W. 13 ave.: Mrs. Erdoss, in care of John Blain. Mr. and Mrs. Georges Kecep. 600 N. E. 26 ter.; Maria Spaclotta Pezzetti. 252 N. E. 37 St.: Dr. Hefan Rosicki, 934 Mulligan ave., Miami Beach; Miss Bertha Schwartz. 1056 S. W. 13 ave.; William Morrison. 1240 15 St.. Miami Beach: Julius Mendel. 528 N. W. Second ave.; Max Lasuer. Homestead; Mrs. Else Gottlieb Hirsch. Notice of the messages have been sent to the designated addresses, but haw been returned to the chapter unclaimed, according to Mrs. Argo. Messages sent CHANUKAH By HARRY KOVNER Behold a miracle in our own day! Israel is saved and is here to stay. Chanukah lights are kindled >nco more Even as in all the days of yore— And it flickers in the home of every Jew (Though alas, alive left but very lew). And though the lamp seemed dry The spiritual flame is still high. Mighty foes, his end have proclaimed. Millions were slaughtered and maimed By an amalek. contempt of law. hold Brutal and more vicious than of old. Never in all history was such fury Unleashed against a defenseless Jewry. Bruised, forlorn, forgotten and with no hope Israel almost reached the end of the rope. But when the hour of doom neared, A miracle suddenly appeared. The (lint lie world was face to face With the same late as the Jewish race. It realized almost too late (As usual wasting time in debate) That a conspiracy against the Jews Is aimed to destroy civilization too. That in a world of hate and blood Mankind serves the devil instead in God. In fear of an ignoble end Mankind rose in arms to defend Itself and then weak Jewish brother. And to check Strife between one another. Twinkle Chanukah lights anew. You are a symbol to the Jew, Of hope, faith, courage, light No matter how dark the night. Like radar guarding against the sub-menace, Chanukah lights signal to the human race To cast off hate and prejudice Else it will never enjoy peace. Today we light one candle on the first day of Hanukah and an additional one on each successive day of the festival, but once it was customary to light eignt candles on the first day and to reduce the number on each successive night. are from Holland, Germany, Netherlands. Austria, France. Italy. Rumania and other European countries. Persons knowing the whereabouts of any of the people listed are also asked to contact the Home Service Office of the local chapter. GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE PRESENTS THE SECOND EVENT IN ITS 1945-1946 SERIES Dr. Joachim Prinz Noted Orator and Formerly Chief Rabbi of Berlin WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5th at 8:30 MIAMI WOMAN'S CLUB—1737 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE Admission: SI.00 Plus Tax. Series Tickets: $5.00 Tax Inclusive A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL JEWRY Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS CUTTING TABLES With Presiboard Topi: 44—12 Ft. x 4 Ft. 16—2 Ft. x 8 Ft. x 7 In. Many Other Items Too Numerous to Mention Warehouse: 1800 N. W. MIAMI CT. For Further Details Call 28333 TROPICAL Typewriter Service 46 N. W. First St.—Upstairs JMPAY.NOV i^ •MANHATTAN BREWING COMPANY Chlctgos lirgittBrtwt>T Ol'trihiitft hi """'""' IHMrlbiiior,. |„ VOt H. Miami A,,.. „„,, \ CHANUKA GREETINGS SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL 1011 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE 2-9998 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA VILLA ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT THE ZENITH OF PERFECTION IN OUR ITALIAN COOKING 6950 Collins Avenue Phone 61725 SEASON'S GREETINGS FTFPTBIPflT CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS LhLV/iniV^nii APPLIANCES SERVICE Unity Electrical Co., Inc. 128 Fifth Street Miami Beach Call 5-4570 CHANUKA GREETINGS Tony & Eddie's 36th St. Market Quality Food — Lowest Prices 1125 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-9418 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA GENERAL CONTRACTORS American Bank Building PHONE 3-0844 FOOTBALL TONIGHT U of MIAMI Vs. AUBURN of the Southeastern Conference 8:15 P. M. in the Orange Bowl See the HURRICANES Close Their Season Good Seats at the Stadium $1.20 — $2.40 — $3.60 HEW BlfCHVAE IIEII S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE BOXING III WRESTLING THURSDAY TUESDAY FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 f A HAPPY CHANUKA TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fifth Street—Phone 2-8194 1301 Weit Flagler Street—Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street—Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th Street—Phone 4-4461 \ r ome r7IOS.W.I2thAV.MIAMI1 LlH. 3-343fll YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE OfFIC1AU.Y REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN **1SH FUKRAl HOMES In/cvmatKy, Glodl, fwnuhtd on Ktqu,it SERVING MIAMI BEAU & MIAMI Exclusively J ewish IOS. L. PLUMMER _FUNERAL DIRECTOR BUY VICTORY BONDS NOW SAVE BY MAIL AND GET A Liberal Dividend ON YOUR INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT Save Safely Save Easily Write for d Complete Details 1111 Lincoln Road Vi Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President



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Gulfstream Park Ppens Saturday r.ulfstream Park, Florida's JJwest race track, inaugurates El,. 1945-46 Winter racing next Ic'.i unlay afternoon to start a Ii90 day program of thoroughK,r,.d sport. Gulfstream Park, Rf it" a 40-day stay through Banuarv 16. will relinquish the K: ," to Hialcah Park,. sched%  r'1.,1 to run to March 4. with Iftopical Park then continuing Ion to April 19. Gulfstream Park, during its Ishort exciting history, has atB-icted the attracted the attenI; ',, of the turf-going public as Inn racing course in recent years. r ,; ni ,v.d in 1938. the beautiful |H;.ll.-ndale course w a s conEucted in day-by-day conflict Kith Hialeah Park, proving a %  dismal failure after a brilliant Cpening afternoon For many Rears thereafter the affairs of Ithc track languished in bankKuotcy court until James Donn. Ini-cniiini-nt Miami business man land .sportsman, became mterlested in the track as a possible [major addition to Florida's racl in{ picture. Together with Isti'fan H. Zachar, James Mack lind other enthusiasts he purIchased the assets of the course, land a little more than a year ago |announced the inaugural meet|in would be conducted in a 20|day Winter season. Despite many setbacks of %  preparation and war-time reIgtrictions Donn and his associates completed a meeting proved sensationally sucI ,', I for an inaugural, winning |thr esteem and friendship of Ituifmen and racing fans alike. On next Saturday, Dec. 1. another meeting will get underway at the beautiful Hallandale track, and things are entirely different than a year ago. Today there are upwards of 600 horses awaiting the bugle, abso lute capacity of the stable section, and with applications on hand for more than 2200 thoroughbreds. There is bus service and train service practically to the gates, gasoline restrictions have beer, lifted and the war clouds of the past dispelled. There is small wonder that Gulf stream Park faces the coming 40 days of racing, the first peacetime meeting in Florida since 1941 with the utmost confidence. This year's minimum purse has been considerably raised over that in force a year ago to attract some of the best stables in he country, while a $5,000 handicap program has also been writen into the condition book. The opening day Broward Handicap, at six furlongs, has early attracted more than 30 nominees, indicating that the race will be run in two divisions, each carrying a $5,000 value. In addition there arenumerous overnight purses up to 82,500 to give the cream of the thoroughbred crop a chance to share in the rich purse dispersal. PAGE FIFTEEN VETERANS ESTABLISH MAINTENANCE SERVICE A new window cleaning and maintenance service has been inaugurated by the Beach Window Cleaning and Maintenance Service. Inc.. 600 Lincoln Rd., specializing in hotel, apartment and store work. All operators are World War II veterans, expertly trained in this service. The owners and operators are George P. Werbel, Mill, Sid and live Forbstein and Al Alechman. Among the many explanations advanced for the origin of the name Hanukah is that it comes from Chanek, or Enoch, a character in Genesis, the great-great great grandson of Adam who lived 365 years, and who is associated by mystics with light becaus his years on earth equalled the number of days of the sun's journely. The first day of Hanukah can i never occur on a Tuesday. TO ALL—SEASON'S BEST WISHES City Ice" serves the food industry in an untold number of ways. From farm to table, food depends on ICE. In fact, modern food distribution to military as well as civilian population is IMPOSSIBLE without ICE. In the fields in railway refrigerator cars and trucks, in cold storage plants, hotels, restaurants, factories, stores, and homes, ICE in its thousands of applications, helps guard the nation's food supply. PROTECTING FOOD! THAT IS OUR JOB THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative ALFA 3 nv. ** v. ET ^ v FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL • SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the .Nationally Famous Southern Dainw Prole. c >BAk j ducti and Ice Cream. W JBU4 AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STRAN'I) IIEAUTY SHOP at 3025 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HILDA KRONER Applicant MYERS AND HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 LEGAL NOTICES Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! ^^^A^^WMVMM^ WWV^^^^ ,JMTU. rrr < I'I'I"* 1 IVVVVV... %  w w w -• — — C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too larqe or too small. Over 50 years in business. n ril ,-_ii_ii n i' I %  '- > l1 "" 1111 1 *'* LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 „-.-..... "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS West Palm Beach, Fla. Phone 5191 FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 To All A Most Happy Chanuka JACK AND JOE'S Friendly Service Station Sunoco Products Lubrication Specialists 1900 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9656 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HONEST MIKES BAR AND BILLIARDS at 27G W. Flagler St. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. FLAGLER BILLIARDS. INC. DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 To Our Many Friends We Wish A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Electrix Appliance Repair Shop 2767 S. W. 27ih Avenue NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tho fictitious name Of 1'REDS at 11H! Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register •:iiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID PRED REBA I'KED ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney loin Blscayne Bldg. 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engago in business under the fictitious name of TRBPTH REALTY CO., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY KASTOFF WALTER A. TREPTE 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engago in business under the fictitious name of JACKSON REFRIGERATION SERVICE at 340 N. \V. 12th Avenue Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID ROTHENBERO (Sole Owner) MARX FEINBERG, Attorney 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 141 West Flagler Street, Intends to reglsi.-r said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALICE CUTI.IP HARRY DIET/. Attorney HO.'i Congress Building 11/9-16-23-30 12'7 Phone 3-7015 Brakes A Specialty HARRISON'S GARAGE Factory Specialists On BUICK and HUPMOBILE Body, Fenders and Painting Tops and Seat Covers 125 N. E. 13th STREET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AZTEC CONSTRUCTION AND REALTY CO.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. FRANK A. WISE CHARLES F. CONE NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 SEASON'S GREETINGS J. N. VERNAM CO. Engines 19 N. W. South River Drive PHONE 2-3519 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged in business under the fictitious name of DURANT'S SUNDRIES, at 1206 Weal Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, and Intends to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SIEGEL. Sole Owner. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney. 11'2-9-16-23-30 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT No. 15653 Re-Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL OJSCHARQB Notice Is hereby given that we have filed our final repo%t and petition for FlnnJ Discharge as Executrlcei 1( f the estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, deceased; and that on the 3rd day of December, 1945, we will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrlces of the estate of SAMUEL DOI.CORT. deceased This 29th day of October, 1945. ANNA K. DOLCORT, ESTKLLE DOI.CORT SACHS. BEATRICE DOLCORT I'EARLMAN. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney for Executrlces of the Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, Deceased. 11/2-9-16-23-30 THE TICK TOCK 2111 N. E. 2nd Avenue WISHES ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEADER KOSHER MEAT MARKET at 1325 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida, iiit.-nds to register said name with the Cleric of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I'llll.ll' SIEGEL NATALIE MWEINSTEIN, Attorney for Applicant. 11 30 12 7-14-21-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 16853 In Re: ESTATE OP WILLIE E. PAYNE Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of vou. mav have against the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date November 5. A. D. 1943. ARTHUR L. PAYNE As Administrator of the Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, Deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administrator. 11/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ,',',' NEW YOKE STAR WHOLESALE MEAT MARKET, at Miami. Honda, Intends to register said name with ,1„. dork of Ihe circuit couit of "'"'" '•""">• K 'i'vrK MORANTZ. NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN. attorney for Applicant. 11/JO 12/7-14-21-28 • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage bu U ,l„ess under the fictitious name o ROOSEVELT HOTEL, at 188! Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends t" register said name with the cick of the Circuit Court f ^LMA^'HOLDING CO.. INC. By: MORRIS ROTH, ,,,., s|(|( n( Attest: ALBERT BOTH. ^^ MYERS A HEIMAN. attorneys for Applicants. 11/30 12/7-14-21-2S ^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage "business under the fictitious name f CLEAR-PIX PHOTO SERVICE, it 38 N W, 29th St., intends to regUrtJ? said name with the Clerk of ;,,',:', %  „,.„„ Court of Dade County. Florida. H ARRY STEINBERG HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant. 11/30 12/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAJESTIC PLASTIC COMPANY (Not Inc.) at Postal Building. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. A Florhla h ^.^ Sole Owner. HILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 1023 Sevbold Building u/l.lfi-'S-SO 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RITE WAY TRANSFER AND B\GGAGE at 237 23rd Street. Miami Beach. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida U WILLIAM BERNSTEIN Sole Owner 11/9-16-23 -30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Ot VOGUE ACCESSORIES, at 704 and 706 N. E. First Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FloHda. LRVINR Applicant. MYERS AND HEIMAN, Attorneys for Applicant. 11/16-23-3 0 12/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE RAINBOW DINING ROOM AND BAR. at Monroe Towers Hotel. 3010 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, Intend to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. F'nrlda. SAM FARKAS MAN FECERSTEIN BEN MARCUS NATALIE M WEINSTEIN. Attorney for Applicants. 11/30 12/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..f CORAL CABLES INN, at 303 Minorla Avenue. Coral Cables. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE SACKS, Owner. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant, Congress P.ldg. 11/16-23-30 12/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged in business under the fictitious name of CHARLES ROBERTS & CO. (not Inc.), at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, and intend to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY BLUMIN, CHARLES S. ROBERTS. I'.. FI.EEMAN, iwnera GEORGE CHERTKOF. Attorney for Applicants. 11/16-23-30 12/.1-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the und'-rsigned. desiring to engage In business under the flctlous name or TRAIL TAVERN at 905 s. w. Eighth Slreet. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY STEINHOUSER. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney, llur, Congress Bldg. 11/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name r.f RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY at 128 N. E. First Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .,„,., ALBERT RAUZIN, MOSES RAUZIN. II 2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name, of FLAMINGO COFFEE CO., at 142 N E. 12th St., Miami. Fla.. intends to' register said name wllh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CELIA SEGAL HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged In business under the fictitious name of ALL STATE PLUMBING SUPPLY, at 241 N. W. !Uh Street. Miami. Dade County, Florida, and intends to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. SAMUEL MITCHELL Sole Owner GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicant 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BOTTLE CAP INN, at 1290 N. W. 119th Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RUTH WASSERSTEIN JOE MIRABEL PHILLIP MIRABEL SILVER-KAPLAN-DIETZ Attorneys for Applicants 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROYAL PALM HOTEL, at 1545 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. JOSEPH M. ROSE SYLVIA S. ROSE MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JOHNSTETT FURS at 107 N. E. First Avenue intends to register said namo with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NATHAN STETTNER. 11/2-9-16-23-30 n .;-.f.i%  -,';. '• ':' • 1 : %  \ "%  k: > • SHOWlM H WBHCKBNi I



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/ i IN THE MAIL BOX November 19, 1945. Editor, Jewish Floridian. Miami, Fla. Dear Sir: Who are these people of the Council for Judaism who talk so much and loudly of their patriotism—of the fact that they are Americans first and Jews last? If they had been born in England—or Holland—or France —or Germany would they still have been Americnas first? Let them try to join one of the exclusive clubs and find out if they are Americans first or Jews first! Let them try to get an apartment in a house marked "Gentiles only" and find out what they are first! Let thensons try to enter a medical school and then they will find! out what they are first! And since when is the decision theirs to make as to whether they are Americans or or Jews firs—don't they know that the Hifers make that decision. Aye even though Gerald Smith now welcomes Rabbi Beiger as an t America Firster. I assure the rabbi that he will be relegated to the status of just a Jew when Mr. Smith comes to power. And why shouldn't the Jews who believe in a Jewish homeland fight for it and give thenblood and life for it if they so j wish? Have these 200 per cent Americans already forgotten that this country was established by | force of arms—when the people felt that was the only way they could acquire that which they valued above life itself'.' Sure, the United Nations charter, guaranteeing religious free. dom, is wonderful—but right now Jews are being slaughtered in Poland because they are Jews and not because they are Poles— and Jews are still being discriminated against in Germany— and even that great liberal Bern s of Czecho-Slovakia says Jews will have to become assimilated there to avoid trouble in the future. The council members in their smug security here can very easily advise those from the concentration camps to go back where they came from, but Harrison, in his report, says that these people don't want to go back—they want to go to Palestine. Five million men, women and children murdered in cold blood because they were Jews and these people turn their backs on the survivors and say WE are AMERICANS! In one breath they speak or being Jews by religion only and in the next they speak of the responsibility of the world to the Jews. In one moment they speak of a democratically decided government for Palestine and in the next they ignore the democratically arrived at decision of the American Jewish people through the American Jewish Conference and openly fight that decision. Who are these people who set themselves up as the judges of what is best for a million homeless despairing European Jews —by what democratic process were THEY selected as leaders of the Jewish community—what have THEY given to Jewish thought or culture-when have THEY ever suffered for their Jewishness? Some of their best friends are Gentiles. The impudence of these people is appalling—a mere few thousand among the mi ions of Jews in America—this oligarchy of wealth—setting themselves up as judges of what is best for the Jewish people. Methinks they are not even Jews by religion but only in ARCHIE BRICK Jerusalem was liberated from the Turks on Hanukah in 1917, General Allenby having entcr<>l the city during the Feast of Lights. CHANUKA GREETINGS Stanley Hardware & Furniture Co. WE BUY. SELL A TRADE 118 N. W. 79th Street The name of Maccabeus, here of the Hanukah story, has been preserved in the name of many Jewish sports groups, notably the Maccabi movement, but the original Judas Maccabeus and his brothers fought against the Hellenistic spirit of athletics. HAPPY CHANUKA TO Our Many Friends Lakein Jewelry Co. 424 Lincoln Road PHONE S-1837 W, h 'o UUH •~ '-SBTVi'fcl 308 E. Fla BIr 8t. -L p hon, |f| CHANUKA GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT fe AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Security Bldg.. Miami, Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2916 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 4-5951 CHA "UKA GR EPnHos TAMIAMI U PH0LSTERIN G COMPANY 2 5 8. W. 8th Strw) MIAMI, a0RID A PHONE 48-3168 m Best Wishes To Our Many Friends for a HAPPY CHANUKA INVESTORS SYNDICATE Congress Building PHONE 2-2661 SEASON'S BEST WISHES THIRTY-SIXTH STREET POULTRY MARKET 650 N. W. 36th STREET PHONE 3-8860 CHANUKA GREETINGS TRAIL PONTIAC, INC. PONTIAC AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE 1305 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 2-2113 TANNER'S STORES "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" 1263 West Flagler Street 1753 North East Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. Ladies Handbags by STYLECRAFT 1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE THE CITY OF MIAMI Upon the celebration of the Festival of Lights takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry Best Wishes for A HAPPY CHANUKA • SEASON'S GREETINGS DALLETT'S RADIO GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty-third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS PEERING AWNING and FURNITURE CO. 1179 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 3-7200 Perrine Palmer, Jr. Mayor A. B. Curry City Manager COMMISSIONERS Fred W. Hosea James A. D. Dunn R. C. Gardner Leonard K. Thomson



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I A y # NOVEMBER 30, 194S ;RVICEMEN'S NOTES sure bet tfwt Li, A.1024 Pennsylvania Ave., more courage i* early irv during an attack on fclfried Lino, to G^any, R* did when decorated **tth L Star medal. Ros, !" frvorh whose parents, Mr, L,. Martin Rosner, received [citizenship papers m Miami l C 'ek During the February Crk he moved up from the Into a fireswept area to help Etically wounded. Later. Fined in a three-man assault [Scrntan-held pillbox. TellIn,, enemy they were outor<.H he persuaded a parakeet and 12 others to "ncr" who won his lieutenant I i OCS in France, didn t Lis familv much about the In desperation, his sister ; him in Berlin for the citaThe family got it just last Bessie Kolmari, 421 29th St., how assigned to the to the separation center at Camp Chaffee, Ark., has been promoted to the rank of technician, fourth grade. Comm. Altxander D. Rosenberg, whose wife resides at 4444 Sheridan ave., has been returned to civilian status and is en route home from Pearl Harbor. Lt Sidney Luria, son of fan Luria, 1343 Lenox ave., [been discharged from the after serving over three with the medical corps, months of which he spent haska Capt. Luria, who is lin New York with his wife, Ved and their daughter, is qualified to practice tine in New York and da. iman A. Binder, Jr.. is fiinu a month in Miami with latln-r. Herman A. Binder, |S. W. 15th st., after being larstd from the Army as a fcral. In his two and one[ years in the service, he M as a gunner in the artillery year in Europe. He holds Bronze Star medal. A grad-Tof the Wharton School of %  University of Pennsylvania. V, two years of schooling in |p< and served as unofficial pretei for his outfit in ce and Italy. Li .< engineering is the work (lasler Sgi. Duke A. Rosen2321 S. W. 24th ter., who the Purple Heart. Air .Hid ETO ribbon with battle stars. He served fcdio operator on a B-17 for missions over enemy terand plans to continue in fiield. JEWISH WAR HERO AT ROYAL PALM HOTEL Dave Klein, of Miami, who has re-turned to his old position as night superintendent of service at the Royal Palm Hotel, Miami Beach, is among the many Jewish heroes of World War II. Klein was with the now famous "Snafu" task force of the 9th Armored Division at the siege of Bastogne that held out against irresistible odds prior to the entry of the 101st Airborne Division into the battle. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for bravery in action for single handedly repelling a counter-attack resulting in killing 14 Germans and saving hi* superior officer, who was wounded during the encounter. During the famous "Battle of the Bulge," he was among the "forty odds and ends" that captured the town of Marguery against superior odds and repelled a series of counter-attacks. Besides the Bronze Star Medal, Klein holds the Purple Heart for wounds received in action, the Distinguished Unit Citation, and four battle stars. Since its opening and prior to his entry into the service, Klein was employed at the Royal Palm Hotel, and upon his recent discharge, returned to his former position. lilip I. Kolman, son of Mrs REASON'S GREETINGS WIPLOYERS SERVICE ami's Leading Personnel Service Bring only better firms. %  fice personnel. All types |Eel help. Industrial help. CALL 3-0822 615 Seybold Building Hanukah is the only Jewish festival based on a Jewish triumph of arms against its ene mies. Sincere Chanuka Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers HARMO N COMPANY 142 N. W. 2ND STREET PHONE 3-5777 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL ISKAY DRUGS On the Beach )EDICATED TO YOUR HEALTH Collins Ave.—Ph. 5-2555 |7 Collins Ave.—Ph. 5-1327 [Office—1021 5th Street Phone 58-1877 SEASON'S GREETINGS IJj QjaJttlef& LINEN SHOP 1031 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH SPINOZA GROUP OPENS 11th SEASON Its eleventh year of open air lectures and discussions will be opened tomorrow afternoon by the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th St. between Collins and Ocean Aves., Miami Beach, at 3 p.m. Abraham Gannes. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will discuss "New Tendencies in Jewish Life" with special reference to the American Council for Judaism. Other lecturers who will speak at thme Forum during December are Prof. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami, who will PAGE SEVENTEEN %  SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR PATRONS Nick's Wheel Aligning 2100 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 9-2828 review "Justice for Our People," December 8; Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum, who will review Milton Steinberg's "A Partisan's Guide to the Jewish Problem," December 15; Miss Malvina Weiss, Dade county teacher and social worker, who will discuss "Education in Democracy," December 22, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, who will speak on "Exit 1045," December 29. The story of Hanukah does not appear in the Old Testament but is recounted in the post-Biblical Books of the Maccabees, all written in Greek by Palestinian, Alexandrian and Cyrenese Jewish writers within half a century after the events portrayed in the Hanukah saga. The writers were followers of the Maccabees. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 24th STREET PHONE 3-3689 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. 5th Avenue PHONE 2-4072 CHANUKA GREETINGS JIMMY'S SERVICE STATION 7791 Biscoyne Blvd. PHONE 7-2870 JOE ADAMS AUTO TOP SHOP Custom Made Seat Covers Sport Tops A Specialty PROMPT SERVICE 2600 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2-0195 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA P. RICH ARDSON Insulation-Firebrick-Tanks-Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoxa Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W^2nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone M8B0 JEST WISHES ?OR A HAPPY SHANUKA A. GLASS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Scott Motor & Salvaoe Company 2320 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 78-2702 SEASON'S GREETINGS THE BEST the Market Alfords. At Reasonable Prices LINCOLN FOOD MARKETS 650 S '"Som? BBOBIE8. Manage, ... Brt m PHONE 4-9319 3305 PO UGL IA j E R g5SBQR. MANAGER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES SEASON'S BEST WISHES FOGARTY & KING. Realtors ARTHUR B. FOGARTY — A. M. KING 1709 W. FLAGLER STREET PHONE 3-0913 T. E. STADIG and ASSOCIATES of the STADIG ELECTRIC COMPANY EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL 2221 S. W. 171h Avenue Phone 4-9613 A HAPPY CHANUKA JACK'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE 199 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 2-9304 SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958 HANNAU PHOTO STUDIO OF FINE PORTRAITURE 612 LINCOLN RD. • MIAMI BEACH 134 BISCAYNE BLVD. • MIAMI PHONE 58-2923 PHONE 3-0513 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL LEE'S GRILL 1401 Washington Avenue — Phone 5-9903 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA JACK'S QUALITY MARKET 5905 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 7-0575 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA DRINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Beers MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-4808 THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWERY FRESH REGAL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Arkin-Prufert Construction Co. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Congress Building Phone 9-2789 MIAMI, FLORIDA %  .< %  X, 'i. .. _fc l



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PAGE EIGHTEEN +Je*lstncrktlar i Zionists Sponsor Radio Program "The Voyage of the Pentcho." opening chapter of the new weekly radio series, The Drama of Palestine, gives a thrilling account of the wanderings of 406 refugees who set out for Palestine from Czechoslovakia on a decrepit and leaky river boat designed to hold 40 passengers. Their determination and desperate struggles to reach Palestine, in spite of hunger, disease, tempests, mine infested waters and shipwreck, are a graphic example of the triumph of human will over hazards when a spiritual goal is in sight. Through the story runs the heart-warming theme of a young couple who postpone their marriage until they reach the shores of their promised land. "The Voyage of the Pentcho" will be broadcast over Station WKAT on Sunday at 9:15 p.m. The Drama of Palestine is presented under the auspices of the Miami Beach Zionist District and will be heard over Station WKAT every Sunday at 9:15 p.m. The next program in this series will be "The Story of Chain) Woizmann." CALENDAR Of EVENTS Friday, November 30. 1946 It.lh Jacob Synun"Kue. Uite I-> day night aervlca and lecture, w p, m. Saturday, December 1 Qama NIffht, Btoterhood of Miami Beach Jewish Center. Sunday, December 2 _,._•. Hoth Jacob Sisterhood hanukah Concert B:J0 p. m. Miami Beach 11 lull School Hi'th David Slaterhood Chanuaah I .inner. Monday, December 3 Temple Israel Slaterhood < hanukah Evening Service, 8:00 to l*:00 p. m. Miami Service League, 8:16 i> m., Town Y. American Jewlah Congreae—Women's Board Meeting. Miami Beach Jewish Center Slat. i-l i Board Meeting, 1:30 p. m. Federation Budget Committee, • 00 p m Federation < ifflc. Wednesday. December 5 (1 renter Miami Jewish Cultural Committee lecture, Women's Club, *N !.". p m FIELDS RAISE $1,000 AT DINNER FOR HOME MIAMI Y BEGINS TWO NEW PROGRAMS A program of athletics for business men and arts and crafts for children is being undertaken bv the Miami YM &• PWHA. The class in calisthenics and other sports for business men will begin 11 a. m. Sunday under the direction of Michael Rand, new physical director. No charge will be made. Children of all age groups will be taught arts and crafts on Monday and Wednesday after nouns at the Y by Miss Reva Romcr. Registration is now open, The kindling of Hanukah lights was prohibited in the third century of the Christian era in Persia because the fire-worship ping Magians. to whom fire was sacred, were in power. PALM BEACH ZIONISTS ELECT BERNSTEIN Dr. Joseph C. Bernstein was recently elected president of the* Palm Beach Zionist District. Other officers are Leo Rader. first vice-president: Louis Schutzer, second vice president; Rabbi Manuel Greenstein, secretarv. and M. B. Kalmutz, treasurer. Prospect of enlisting membership of 500 Palm Beach County residents during the 1 winter season is foreseen by Mr. Rader. membership chairman. At a recent meeting an address by Adalbert Freedman and a sound broadcast of "To the American People" by Paul Muni were featured. CHANUKA GREETINGS VICTORY MARKET 2336 N. W. 7th Street PHONE 4-9371 SEASON'S GREETINGS ELSASSER'S SERVICE STATION 7791 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-9296 Over $1,000 was raised for the Jewish Home for the Aged at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields at the Home Sunday. During the evening the 56th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gluck was celebrated by the cutting of a wedding cake. Mrs. Joseph E. Rachovsky delivered the invocation. Songs were rendered by Cantors Emanuel Balkan, Abraham Friedman and Mrs. C. Herzog. Harold Spaet. vice president of the Home; Mrs. Joel Zalis, president of the Auxiliary, and Rabbi Max Shapiro were speakers. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub served as toastmistress. Flute selections were played by Mr. Drucker. Over 150 people attended. VICTORY BONDS BUY THEM ANYWHERE! CENTER GAME NIGHT Prizes and refreshments are the attractions offered by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, which will hold a game night tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. in the patio of the Center. Mrs. Joseph Berman and Mrs. Samuel Lipton have been selected as co-chairmen of the affair. Lincoln road merchants are donating the prizes. LEO'S SERVICE STATION Complete Garage Service PAINTING Body and Fender Work WRECKS REBUILT 1799 N. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 2-8883 LEO FRITZ. Prop. CHANUKA GREETINGS GREAT SOUTHERN TIRE CO. NEW—USED—RECAPPED TIRES 22 N. W. 20th STREET PHONE 3-1026 CHANUKA GREETINGS % GLOBE SHEET METAL WORKS GENERAL SHEET METAL AND ROOFING 2220 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 9-2567 H. E. LAKE. Owner TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES ACOLITE NEON SIGN CO. 11 N. W. South River Drive PHONE 2-5334 CHANU A GREETS BAR NEY FRANK* Pinter and Dec^ LI CENSED and INSURED CONTRACT 1329 S.W. lOlhStr^, PHONE 2-8529 SEASON'S GREETINGS Where Every Meal I* A Pleasant Memory PONCE DE LEON RESTAURANT 2309 Ponce de Leon Blvd. BREAKFAST—LUNCHEON— DINNER SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOODS Phone 4-9130 Coral Gobi* CHANUKA GREETINGS SMOKER'S GARAGE TOWING SERVICE 127 N. E. 7th Street PHONE 3-8749 i 1 HARTLEY'S AUTO TOP SHOP 152 N. E. 13th Street WISHES ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA CHANUKA GREETINGS ALBERT'S PHOTO STUDIO HIGH CLASS PORTRAITS EXPERT COPY WORK PASSPORTS KODAKS PHOTO FINISHING 218 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA, FLORIDA TO OUR OLD CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES SIKES MOTOR SALES NOW LOCATED AT 976 West Flagler Street Phone 3-2286 WE BUY. SELL or TRADE NICE STOCK OF SELECT CARS NOW AVAILABLE A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS CHANUKA V MARGARET SUPER MARKETS Get Your Contest Blank At All Stores And Join GUILD WIN6 'NAME THIS MAN' Contest WIN $650 IN VICTORY BONDS! THIS MAN has been called a Pilgrim, a Red Devil, also a Grape Grower. He is the trade mark on every bottle of wine produced by members of the Wine Growers Guild of Lodi. California, an agricultural association of four GRAND PRIZE—$200 VICTORY BOND to 3RD PRIZE—$50 Victory Bond „.*' name submitted rnual be accompanied by the red cellulose %  *eal (.„• a reasonable facsimile) whirl, can be found at the top of any S | M container ,. f ,; U M Wine Slrnnlv out L.T*fi V" m f *" bml '"' '<"'" ho accompanied by separate JjaMor facs.mile.. You may aubn.it as many n.^.Tyo" J;J£.V. l 2K?f.i!?K. M !} mmad on r **"lar contest form These non-profit cooperative wineries belonging over 300 California wine grape growers. Guild cellars are located in the choice California wine districts of Lodi. Woodbridge. Sanger and Cucamonga. 2ND PRIZE—$100 Victory Bond Next 12 Prizes—$25 Victory Bond Each CONTEST RULES I Contest besina November lth and enda December 31at. No employees of this firm or employees of any stores selling Guild wine, will be allowed to participate In this contest 1 Mclslon of the Judaea la final. All entries remain the property "f Modern Distributors If winning names are received In duplicate duplicate awarda will be made. I Mall your bottle seals (or facsimile) with entry blanks to Modern Dlatrlbutors, 965 8. W. Sth St.. Miami, or return these entry blanks to your OUILD dealer -..,.j ...... fcw ju„, *i_nrfi/ cieaiof. Miami* Mr. P Pa" B^uun' ifflJi* agT:A..g? !* V.ce. President. American National Bank. M mi JffSffi Sun Trop.cs; Mr. George St. George, Browning.King =—c=————_ Clothiers, Flagler Street, Miami.



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)AY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945 ^JewisHlcrlciiati PAGE NINETEEN KEEPING PACE WITH MIAMI'S PROGRESS A NEW y BUILDING CONSTRUCTION WILL BEGIN AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMIT ^ Let's have additional Meeting Rooms, Auditorium, Fully Equipped Gymnasium, Modern Swimming Pool, Bowling Alleys and Other Much Needed Facilities. We Need Your Support of the CAPITAL FUNDS CAMPAIGN DECEMBER 1-31, 1945 Endorsed and Approved By the Greater Miami Jewish Federation • CAMPAIGN GOAL $200,000 ATTENTION. RESIDENTS: CPnvTrF Tn THF MIAMI "Y" AFTER YEARS OF INTENSE EFFORT AND SERVICE TO 5S7?n2S?o?mRYffiWBH IffiSIDENT OF MIAMI THAT WE CAN COMKuK SSSAJEW Tin FACILITIES TO MEET OUR EVERY NEED. HELP US HELP YUU! wu GEORGE CHERTKOF, Campaign Manager Give Generously! GIVE NOW! MIAMI Y. M. & Y. W. H. A. !" ~„ i R7 es w 5th STREET, MIAMI PHONE 3-4012 CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS 1567 S. W. 5th binr. BACK OUR PLANS WITH YOUR ACTION! %  T r % 



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PAGE TWENTY +Jewish lorkUar i i CIRCLE TO GIVE BANQUET. PARTY I. Cohen, manager of the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, will be tendered a banquet at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. Workmen's Circle Branch 692 is giving the dinner in his honor. The Circle will also hold a Chanuka celebration Sunday at 10 a.m. for children of its two Yiddish schools which hold sessions at the Lyceum and the Town Y. The Chanuka party, which will take place at the Lyceum, will feature the story of Chanuka in Yiddish and Yiddish songs and games. Refreshments will be served by the Ladies' Club of the Circle. FIRST OPEN MEETING ADULT STUDIES Sessions of the Adult Jewish Studies are held every Tuesday evening from 8 to 10 p.m. at Beth David under the sponsorship of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Temple Israel. Beth David and the Miami Y. Courses in beginners and intermediate Hebrew, Bible and Modern Jewish History are offered. SENATOR PRAISES BIROBIDAJAN PROJECT NEW YORK (JTA) — Stating that the achievements in the Jewish Autonomous Region, Birobidjan, constitute one answer to some of the immediate problems of rehabilitation of European Jews, United States Senator Harley M. Kilgore praised the accomplishments of the Ambijan committee which is conducting a campaign to settle 30,000 Jewish refugee orphans in Birobidjan, in an address delivered at a dinner at the Hotel j Roosevelt, in honor of Mr. M. M. Gousev, chairman of the Am| torg Trading Corporation. James N. Rosenberg, American Jewish leader, also lauded "the notable humanitarian work of Ambijan, especially in helping the Jewish refugee war orphans." Fred Abrami Herbert Abrams TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE, INC. Cleaning Specialists Chimney*—Floors—Windows 1665 Michigan Ave. PHONE 5-5907 American Terrazzo and Tile Co. CRAFTSMEN IN TERRAZZO 1915 N. W. Miami Court Miami, Florida PHONE 9-2112 L. TOFFOLI TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES CACTUS ROOM GRILLE STEAKS—CHOPS SEA FOODS "Serving You Is Our Pleasure" R. R. WILLIAMS H. L. JARRETT 204 Biscayne Blvd. First open meeting of the newly formed Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom will be held at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in the Community Hall of the Temple at Chase Ave. and 41st St. A program of humor will be followed by refreshments. Men who join the club at this meeting will become charter mem bers. PRINCESS PARK STARS TWO THRILL ACTS Princess Park's nightly program features two thrill acts. Leo "Suicide" Simon, whose Dive of Death from a 100-foot platform into a tank of flaming gasoline has thrilled millions kisses his wife goodbye before each performance, then climbs to his perch about 100 feet above the ground, saturates himself with gasoline, as his assistant pours many gallons of gasoline over j the four-foot depth of water in Ins circular tank only 20 feet in diameter. As the ground assistant sets the tank ablaze into a roaring inferno. Simon also sets himself afire and makes his dive. This nightly feature has been supplemented with the BlondinRellim Highwire Innovation, a new aerial act. Rellim and his company perform on swinging bars 80 feet above the earth, working without nets. The couple does aerial acrobatics, tight wire tricks and bicycle riding on I a swinging crossbar. Recently perfected by Rellim, the act was | conceived from 20 years' experience on the high wire aerial and crossbar work throughout the country. Spivakovsky To Play With U. Orchestra Next to appear as guest artist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra is Tossy Spivakovsky, violinist, who will be presented December 9 and 10 at the Miami Senior High School Auditorium. Modeste Alloo is symphony conductor. Since coming to the United States in 1941, Spivakovsky has been featured with the New York Philharmonic Symphony, the Cleveland Symphony, the Chicago Orchestra, the Cincinnati Symphony, the NBC Symphony, and the Toronto Symphony. Born in Odessa, Russia, he studied under Arrigo Serato and Willi Hess in Berlin. He made his musical debut at the age of 10 and has toured Europe as a soloist with many of the top flight orchestras there. In the light of the prescription on imitating the Menorah, the Jews of old fashion a lamp of similar shape for the Hanukah service by utilizing the Menorah motif and adapting it to the needs of an eight-day festival by means of a lamp of four semi-circles instead of three, with the central shaft used for the Shammash. These two acts are nightly features, but could be booked only for a limited engagement at Princess Park, Florida's Coney Island, located at 6800 West Flagler st. R. W. BROWN & CO. Fertilizer Manufacturers SOUTHERN FLORIDA FERTILIZER COMPANY TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES FACTORY: GOULDS. FLORIDA PHONE: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-3375 CHANUKA GREETINGS $ NORTH BAY BOAT CQ. 471 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 7-9598 CHANUKA GREETINGS !i! DAN CHAPPEL TO ALL OUR FRIENDS CHANUKA GREETINGS PJHEI 'S STORE 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 To All Our Friends and Patrons CHANUKA WISHES J. R. GETTY General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILWAY SEASON'S GREETINGS SCOTT 011010 SERVICE Authorized Scott Radio Laboratory Service For South Florida Service On All Makes 7230 Bisc. Blvd. Phone 7-1252 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA $ DONOVAN'S TAP ROOM 350 N. W. 8th Ave., Miami CHANUKA GREETINGS PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 MIAMI. FLORIDA The traditional Hanukah drei dels four Hebrew letters on each side—Nun, Gimmel, Hay and Shin, are the initials of the Hebrew words Ness Godel Hoych Shorn, meaning "a great miracle occurred there," the miracle being the eight days during which the oil burned in the Temple. SEASON'S BEST WISHES 9 LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th STREET PHONE 7-6693 NELSON Automobile Service 875 West Flagler Street $ Withes All A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA MIA... *_ BU| klinj RANGES R *0||| WASHING MACH, NE8 PHONE 4.9822 Authorized Westinghoni, Range Service MO S. W. 22„ d AVENU£ MIAMI, FLORID* BUY A VICTORY SEASON'S GREETINGS "THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS" LINCOLN ROAD $M} TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA SKY CLUB, Inc. 3004 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-2021 NOW UNDER MANAGEMENT OF FRANK FISHMAN — MORRIS DRAPKIN MAX'S DELICATESSEN and RESTAURANT 1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET Extend to All Patrons and Friends Sincere Wishes lot A HAPPY CHANUKA SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA H. ERNEST OVERSTREET & ASSOCIATES TAX COLLECTORS OFFICE SEASON'S GREETINGS iniir'T' % % % % % % % % % % %  lull,,, RUSSIAN AMERICAN CUISINE Steaks — Shaslik \ A la Carte At AU Hours Stalingrad Bar and Lounge t Choicest Liquors MIAMI BEACH MOST HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO AU EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6058 Service On All Makes Radios SEASON'S GREETINGS Edith and Fritz "n** SEAFOOD DINNERS m ALL YOU CAN EAT CLOSED MONDAYS 3236 N. MIAMI AVENUE P H0NE ***



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TRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945 Beth David Plans Election Dinner The annual Beth David Coneiegational dinner tar members Snd their wives will lake place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday m the Beth David Auditorium. The dinner will be followed by the nnnual election of officers in the Synagogue. Besides the election, .he president's report will be Biven b y A1 Quadow and the financial status of the Congregation will be reported on. The Congregation is now in the midst !of a $100,000 building fund campaign Beth David Sunday School's xoewly formed Parent-Teacher Association will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon in the Synagogue to outline its program of activities Newly elected officers of the Mfcool student body will be introduced. +Je*idticridtoir) PAGE TWENTY-ONE ;New Home Auxiliary 1 Launches Campaign A campaign to enlist 500 new route bers before the end of the yew was launched at a board nieetw^J of the new Miami Beach Ladies' Auxiliary of the Home for the Aged Tuesday. Mrs. S. Hitter and Mrs. J. Plotkin were ';, istessea at the meeting. Vlrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs. Louis Glasser were appointed ihaiWien of the membership rfomajfttee. Officers of the Auxiliary art Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, prudent: Mrs Harold Spaet, Mrs. &1. .'A rn Pld anc Mrs Max G roenbita}, x >we presidents; Mrs. J. PlotlojR, vtraasurer; Mrs. G. Goldberg, ^cording secretary; Mrs. J. Shavp, -assistant recording secretary; tMip. jP. Weinovig, financial HMtWI $&*> %  RB<'k, corresponding secretary, ana Mrs. M. Krieger, parliarnen,Oper> meetings of the Auxiliary w\u>.be>hrld at the conclusion of the anemWsh'P campaign. BOWL TICKETS GO TO CONTEST WINNER Deadline for submitting entries in the Jewish Book Review contest has been set for December 15, according to the Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami, which is sponsoring the contest in observance of Jewish Book month. First prize will be two tickets for the Orange Bowl game. The contest is open to residents of Greater Miami. Beviews should be of books of Jewish content, written by Jew or nonJew, and may be on any Jewish subject. The review should be submitted on 8x10 paper and limited to 750 words. Top sheet of the entry should include title and author of book, and name, age, address and telephone number of the reviewer. Professional book reviewers are barred from entering the contest. All reviews must be sent to the Jewish Book Council, in care of the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress bldg., Miami 22. PLAN LATKE PARTY The annual I.atke and Card Party of the Beth David Sisterhood will take place 8 p.m. Sunday, December 9, in the auditorium. Chanuka refreshments will be served and door prizes will be awarded. Tickets may be obtained at the door or by caUin* the general chairmen, Mrs. L*>uis Hartz and Mrs. Harry Gordoa. a* 2-7135. Chorus at 8 p.m. Tax inclusive admission Is 90 cents. A fourpiece union band will provide Vie music. Entertainment and refreshments will also be offered. The Chorus is a singing group, under the direction of Louis Powesky. CHORUS HOLDS DANCE Beth David Auditorium will be the scene of a C&anuka dance tomorrow evening jgyven under the auspices of the MRirith Folk CHANUKA GREETINGS Shorekxnd Insurance & Realty Co. Shoreland Arcade PHONE 3-8681 SEASON'S GREETINGS L0RA*PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 BUY A VICTORY BOND Bsst With** to Jewish Friends i Our Miio nd Ptrw* MIAMI COAX. AND OIL CO, 1106 £1. W. 22nd 6Ttt£tT PHONE 2-78H • I I /*' AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait SAFETY AND PLATE GLASS Glass Parts 1849 N. W. 20Jh St.. Ph. 2-7730 SEASON' SBEETING from 5 O'CLOC Cl.UB S s K TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY CHANUKA Now Under Management of CHAS. FRIEDMAN MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT 219S N. W. 12th AVENUE A HMPPr <£HANUKA f u C. Bar & Pactege Store 600 FIFTH STREET PHONE 5-5121 A HAPPY CHANUKA New York Meat Market 619 Washington Ave. PHONE 5-1197 CH. \NUKA CrtJifc. TINGS blUJf. ELECTRIC COM SEASON'S GREETINGS Alexander Orr, Jr. Inc. PLUMBERS 218 N. E. 6th Street PHONE 2-3119 BUY A VICTORY BOND CHANUKA GHCBSVGS Hogan Reirigensu^n Service Specializing in KELTINATOR and NORGE Genuine Factory Parts Used 1BOMPT SERVICE 6023 & E. Second Avenue PHONE 78-2442 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA DRAKE & DRAKE Carpets—Linoleums—Workroom and Installation Service 3030 N. W. 8th AVENUE PHONE 2-5053 TO ALL-A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA V TOM DUPREE REAL ESTATE -741 DADE BLVD. PHONE 58-1688 A HAPFT CHANUKA TWIN OAKS GRILLE 628 S. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-8810 Ak* Tvroft Milton. JW SEASON* BEST WISHES FROM :D',W\Y2ER'S METAL SHOP 2734 1 f,)j1.-gpA Avenue — Phone 2-5211 SO^ AND W*#RANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 176 N. E. 20th Street %  n A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE i|J CAPT. JAMES E. SCOTT TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA |^'...I BALL AND CHAIN RESTAURANT 2147 S, W. 8th Street "• *** 1-T GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA c&w SHOP 339 N. E. First Avenue I J X$ PHONES 9-2245—3-2991 : '4 fa D.W.McCOY M W *\ REAL ESTATE BROKER I REGISTERED ^ j^ ITS BHANC HES REAL ESTATE It. MIAMI 35. FLA. 1549 S. W. 8th STREET ^AT DINE UNDER THE PALM. yggXXmUUX PICCOLO'S UvL RE. ^TAURANT Beer. Wine Piua Liquors Broiled Steaks, Chops, Sea ITALIAN DINNERS from 136 Collins Av... M. B. Opn P.jJ}, OPEN EVERY DAY Food M.00 2 A.M. t. W31 PHONE 5HAPPY CHANUKA Florida Sales Co., Inc. 2229 N. W. FIRST COURT %. I Vl %  BEST. WISHES FOR A HAPPY.CHANUKA TO r OUR MANY FRIENDS BINNA LEE IMPORTERS. Inc. B03 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI REACH % SEASON'S BEST WISHES MIAMI TIN SHOP 75 S. W. 8th STREET ^ PHONE 2-3596 SHEET METAL WORKS OF ALL KINDS HOTEL and RESTAURANT WORK i i. •FREE ESTIMATES" A MA. SALES > EDWARD L> Reg". : Bmoiu "f| "PY CHANUKA RENTALS OWENS >r Phone 6-1922 1175 Everglades Concourse (Normandy Isle — tffimfiSJ Beach) PHONE 3-7633. /', TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHRNJKA B FRANK STRAW Electriccd Contractor WIRING FLUORESCEUrrS SERVICE REPAIRS 1236 N. E. SECOND AVENUE PHONE 3-1369 "**1 i % ftt&f3fJlmB&Ba&&£?fz



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PAGE TWENTY-TWO *-knlst> HcrkUan i PARTY TO FEATURE WAR BOND AUCTION A one hundred dollar war bond, a piece of property and an antique will be auctioned at the Chanuka Jamboree to be given by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel Monday evening in Kaplan hall. Tickets have been sent out to members and will also be available at the door. Entertainment will also include fortune telling, games of chance, dancing and refreshments. The December hostess committee in charge of the affair is composed of the Mesdames Harry Kozakosf, Irving Kobley, Dan Ruskin, Gerald Lewis, Max rovitz. M a u r y Koven, Albert Seiden, Lester Hart, Harold Spaet, Henry Wolff, Clarence Feuer, Stella Hantman, Albert Hirsch, Henry Hirsch, Carl Hyman, Maxwell Hyman, Manual Joseloff, Albert Kahn, Samuel Karns, Arthur Kahn and B. S. Kahn. HOLLYWOOD GIRL MARRIES IN N. Y. C. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th •t.; Saul Appelbaum, Rabbi; Reform— Friday evening services win feature the ri-nilitioii <'f Handel H ••Judas .Mac-all. us with narration by KaMd Appelbaum. A reception j" Kaplan hall will follow. Mrs Malvin Llchter will be In charm', assisted liv the M.sdani.'s Henry Kauftiiiann. Marvin C, l-Yrednian. .1 Bppsteln, Edward Greenwood, Albert Green, Hanv Hoyell and Ixmls 11..yell. Regular Sabbath morning service*, Saturday, ll a. m. The Confirmation .lass has its sessions with Itabhl Appelbaum in a m Saturday, MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave.—Friday evening services. &:* %  < p. in. Saturday morning services at :• a in Dally services at :> a. m, and 6:10 p. m. Junior congregation services Saturday at !' a. m. Schaarel Zedek Talmud Torah, S. W. 3rd It. Itabbi It St.. Miami Beach; Leon Kronish. Rabbi; Samuel Kelemer, Cantor; Liberal Frlilaj evening service, B:15 p. ni. Rabbi Kronish will speak .'ti "The Spirit of the Ma.eal s Lives On." A social hour will follow.* Mrs. Arthur England, Mis Charles Ginsberg, Mr* Leon Robinson and Mrs David Phillips will i>. hostesses. Saturday morning service 10:43 a. in Cantor Kelemer will chant at all services A IS minute organ pi elude in pn cede i ach service. Religious school Sunday morning l" i. in Hebrew classes weekday aftern....ns n it ]. in AH children between tinage* of 6 and II are Invited to register. MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman. Rabbi: Conservative l-Yiday evening services at 5 p. in. Late FYlday evening s.rBUY A VICTORY BOND GREETINGS FROM Miami Conservatory Women's Club Building 1737 N. Bayshore Drive MIAMI BEACH 761 West 41it Street SEASONS GREETINGS HOTELS LINCOLN CENTER BEACON EL-PASO SENATE REND ALE A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL National Welding Supplies Co., Inc. 2120 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-0581 East Coast Fisheries, Inc. WEST FLAGLER STREET—AT THE BRIDGE EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA vices. 8:15 p. m. Bpeak on "Our Balute lo the Future Cantor Knmnuel Rarkan will the services, assisted by the Center choir, under the direction of Joseph Schrelliman. Saturday morning services at 9 a. m.. at which time Charles William l.evlne will become Bar Mitzva. Rabbi l*hl man will preach Oil "The Weekly Portion the Law." Junior congregation Saturday morning at 10 u. in. BaWrday evening Mlncha at f. p. m.. followed hv ShaleSudos and Maariv. AiiAHH<;-liar Mitcvah breakfast Sunday morning at 9 a. m. Hebrew school and Sunday school now In session Y,.uth Council activities every .Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday evenings Aria and crafts on Wednesday afternoons. t haiiuKa party for children of religious school Sunday morning at 9 a. m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311 Washington ave.. M i a m i Beach; Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi; Orthodox Friday evening services at R-1S p m. Late Friday services at s 3H p in Habhl Mescheloff will %  peak on "War and Peaoe." Cantor Loull D. Feder will lead c.ininunal singing Adult morning se,w,-.s 8:M R ,,i Saturday. Rabbi Mescheloft will speak on "Dream of Toner. Junior service* for children of elementary school age n> a. in.; Intermediate services for adolescents 10 CHANUKA GREETINGS ROGER & TOM'S FORGE HAND WROUGHT IRON. BRONZE. ETC. 1456 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-1272 a. m. Illble study at 4 p. m. under the leadership of Samuel 1. Friedman Shalos Sudos at 5:16 p. m. Hiibbl Mescheloff will apeak on "The Portion of the Week." Sunday school from 1" to nOOB. Religious school dally from 4 to 7 p. m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third ave.; Max Shapiro, Rabbi; Conservative—Rabbi Shapiro will be honored at Friday evening services 8:1.1 p. m. by the Congregation and sisterhood in celebration of his Hth year of service. Sal.l.ath services at 8:10 a. m. and Student services at 1030 n. m. Saturday. All Sunday and Hebrew school atudents will meet at the Capitol theater this Sunday morning nt 9:30 a. m. for a I'nlted Chanuka celebration. who were converted iT,*?* •n the 'eighth century,^J*"* Hanukah. w as n amj SEASONS GR EETING8 Auto Lock & Supply Company 1304 N. E. Second Ave nu PHONE 9.3144 SEASON'S GREETINGS Linen Marking Shirt Lettering Chenille and Felt Lettering NORTON & McCORMICK 610 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2-5224 CHANUKA GREETINGS Koch & Prachel Body Builders 2253 N. W. Firt Avenue Phone 9-2341 Sincere Greetings To Our Many Friends and Customers RED TOP CAB AND BAGGAGE CO. "Always Call the Red Top" PHONE 3-3131 MIAMI TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA George S. O'Kell Uj PHONE 2-5707 H. GRADY GOSWICK 220 Civic Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Representing Pan American Surety Co. Florida Surety Co. The Trygendeer Corporation American Bonding Co. SINCERE GREETINGS m WOFFORD HOTEL A. CARFANO, Manager and Director $ 2400 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH KNIGHT TRAILER SALES AND PARTS PARTS FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS We Specialize in Repairing, Remodeling and Painting NEW AND USED TRAILERS BOUGHT AND SOLD FINANCED 7923 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 7-2228 £ A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA FRED HART Real Estate Broker 2665 Coral Way PHONE 48-2172 $ SS0 WELCOME BACK To Your Job! 01th569ol our Sumhin. Saivic m.mbeiswho entered the armed ervice. 53 are already back with ua and they know how glad we, and their ^ other Ineiuls in the community, are lo have them beck permanently. To the loved one* ol those 11 who gave their lives in the great cause goes our r.eartlalt sympathy that this aacribc. was ne c e m ry To th. hundneds still to come back, |uat remember that the walcome mat will stay out until you've all coma borne You' v. all done a grand tob, and we're anxiously looking jotwasd to the day when you'll be back FLORIDA



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945 'Jewlsfithrfdlati PAGE TWENTY-THREE face Facts GEORGE TALIANOFF Fla. A DL Di rector Hotel operators are busy people these days. With the impending season scheduled to be T banner one, each morning hrings an ever increasing load of mail of all types—inquiries for accommodations, for jobs, advertisements, circulars, etc. The most prone to find their wa v quickly and expeditiously to "the waste paper buckets are the leaflets and circulars, especially of the mimeographed variety. Yet one such sterotyped mauirv despite its unattractive form'and lack of hand writen signature, was not disposed of in the usual manner. "We would like to know too if your hotel is 'restricted' or uossibly if you will accept a limited number of superior Hebrews,' wrote the enterprising but somewhat misguided representative of a well known tourist agency. This unfortunate phraseology prompted several significant replies from busy hotel managers, according to a survey conducted by the ADL office. One such response is especially worthy of reprint. Its significance is more apparent when it is noted that the author is a gentile himself. "I am returning a form letter which was sent out by your company and would like to have you or the genius who formed this letter give me a definition of a superior Hebrew or a superior Christian. I am sure that you, like myself, must have been touched wholeheartedly by this last war and I am sure you will remember as well as 1 do that this was started by a so-called A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES We Extend Chanuka Greetings To All MIAMI VACUUM CLEANERS COMPANY 1312 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-7838 SEASON'S GREETINGS A. H. BRANNON FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS Canal Street IN THE MAIL BOX ONE MAN'S OPINION Nov. 19, 1945. Editor, The Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida Dear Sir: I quite agree with Rabbi Irving Lehrman's article. "Religion or Nationalism"in that it conclusively and indubitably proves that Zionism and Reform Judaism are thoroughly incompatible. Sincerely yours, DR. CARL N. HERMAN. A HAPPY CHANUKA I.E. PIANOS BOUGHT and SOLD 2380 N. W. Seventh Street PHONE 4-5965 CHANUKA GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street PHONE 5-5908 MIAMI BEACH master race and I am also sure that you must have gritted your teeth just as I did when a propagandist by name of Goebbels kept talking about what the masterrace was going to do this world. "Now let us change the scene a bit and picture a thousand hotel managers throughout the country receiving a letter such as the enclosed. Some of them no doubt just threw the letter in the wastebasket and forgot about it. I felt thai way myself, but somehow I could not bring myself to do it. If I let a letter of this sort go by without expressing my sentiments, my brother, who lost his life in this war, and many like him would haunt me for the rest of my days. Particularly more so when I am of the same faith as you. "No, Mr. there are CHANUKA GREETINGS MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 no superior Hebrews, neither are there superior Christians. If we are to continue our American way of life we must use terms that will not be offensive to our American way of life. "Your firm enjoys a reputation far too precious to be jeopardized by such a missive as this." We are inclined to assume that the nomenclature, "superior Hebrew," is the product of an unwitting dupe who. like millions of Americans, had been exposed to Hitlerian propaganda for twelve years. We have complete faith in the fairmindedness of the American people. The theory of master racism exploded in the face of the Nazis. Yet the seeds they planted will take years to extricate. ***** Have you seen, "It Happened In Springfield," now being shown in our neighborhood movies? It is a must for all thinking Americans. NEWMAN'S SIGNS "WE MADE SIGNS BEFORE WE COULD TALK" 332 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-1603 y* BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA T TRUCKING 1812 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 CHANUKA GREETINGS iji JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN ijt CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS P. A. AUSLEY 66 N. W. 4th Street A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL ALLAPATTAH BAKERY COFFEE CAKE PASTRIES DECORATIVE CAKES For All Occasions 1714 N. W. 36th St. Phone 3-2260 SEASON'S GREETINGS SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO. 53 N. E. FIRST STREET PHONES 2-8491— 3-4061 1492 Wash. Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-0894 CHANUKA GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WH. J. BROWN Seybold Building PHONE 3-7020 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES Mil HOTEL O. FISCHER. Mgr. 204 Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI. FLORIDA yj ZIONISTS CHANGE YOUTH RALLY DATE Postponement of its Youth Rally till December 9 was announced by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission this week. The affair is for men and women between the ages of 18 and 25. Purpose of the event is to help establish Masada groups for young men in Miami and Miami Beach and augment the membership drive of Junior Hadassah. Dr. S. G. Schneider is co-ordinator of the various committees of the commission. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Frank's H Service Station & Atlantic Express 302 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-4929 CHANUKA GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES Optometrist CONGRESS BUILDING STREET EI.OOR PHONE 2-5254 RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. FLAGLER STREET PHONE 3-2197 Best Wishes for A HAPPY CHANUKA CHAS. M. TANENBAUM of The Bryan Park Pharmacy HAPPY CHANUKA BROWNLEY'S 247 East Flaaler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Candies—Fountain Luncheonette, Home Made and Boxed Candies CARMEL CORN BUY A VICTORY BOND RACING POST P.M. AT THI BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRON'S E MATTRESS 2027 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 3-2023 % 3kack GREETINGS S. 1. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST 515 First National Bank Bldg. PHONE 3.4884 • • • NATIONALLY FAMOUS GREYHOUND STARS i i Matched IN 10 GREAT RACES • • • EVERY WEEKDAY NITE #etf TIAGIER KENNEL CLUB, DAILY DOUBLE lit 4 3d Races ADM. 25c Available Transportation Bus service from Burdine's First St. entrance and Red Adams bus line, Professional Bldg., 218 N. E. 2nd Ave. All busses direct to the track. Quinielas Every Race No Minors Admitted West FLAGLER at 37th Avenue ( %  %  %  J ,r 1



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +Je*iancrAM&i I i i OBITUARIES MARLOWE Mrs. Minnie Marlow, 68. died at her home, 1525 Pennsylvania ave., Miami lteaeh, Monday. She came here one year ago from Bronx, N. Y. Surviving are the husband, Samuel Marlow, of Miami Beach, and three sons, Oeorge, of Philadelphia; Henry, of Miami Beach, and Sanford, of El Pasti. Tex. Services were held Thursdav In Riverside Memorial chapel, builal In Mt. Nebo cemetery. FEINBERQ Maurice Felnhrrg. 83. retired merchant, of 421 Hibiscus drive, died Monday in a hospital following a brief illness. He came to Miami 26 years ago from Savannah, Oa. Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Beoky Feinberg, three sons, Marx M., Miami attornev. and Milton 1). and Albert H both of Chicago; a daughter, Mrs. Kadle Peutsch. of Berkeley. Caland three sisters, S. Katx. of Miami, and 1* Oerber and F. Bellah. both of Savannah. The body was sent to Savannah by Gordon Funeral home. WIT Mrs. Berlin Wit. 19J1 NormandyIsle, died Saturday in a Miami Beach hospital. She came here five years ago from New York city. Surviving are her husband. Adolph Wit. Normandy Isle a daughter, Mrs. Oeorge Tale, Miami, anil two sons. Leonard. Coral Oables, and John Wit. Lo* Angeles. Palmer Funeral home has sent the body to New York city. SELIQ Mrs. Margaret Sellg. 59. of 1322 S. W. Seventh et.. died Tuesday in a hospital. She came from New York city five years ago, and Is survived by her husband, Mortimer, of Miami. Arrangements are being made by Gordon Funeral home. MARCUS Isadore Marcus, 117. of 1257 S W lr.th st.. died Tuesday Is a hospital. A painter, he came from Far Rockaway, L. I.. N. Y., two years :iK" He leaves his wife, Mrs. Blanche Msr.us. Miami: three sons. Julius. Richard anil Bernard, and two daughters. Mrs. Sylvia Perelson and Miss Rhnda Marcus, all of Far Roikaway. Services Thursday In Gordon chapel. Burial will be in Ml. Neho cemetery. COHEN Jerry Cohen, t-year-old eon of Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Cohen of Tampa, died Nov. 19 after a sadden illness. He was the grandson of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Roaenthal of 160J N. i: First ave., Miami Jerry was a student leader at the Robert BS l-"' Elementary school. Tampa, where his mother was president <>f the Parent-Teacher association. He also attended Hebrew and Sunday schools at the Rodof Shalom synagogue and was a cub scout. Funeral services were conducted by Rabbi David Zlelonka assisted by the Rev, Marry Gold. Burial was in the Sharre Zeilek cemetery. Besides the grandparents, those attending the funeral from Miami were Miss Evelyn Rosenthal, an aunt; Abe Rosenthal, greatuncle: Morris Harris, uncle, and Harry Gold Mrs. Moe Nankin and Joe Cohen, an aunt and uncle, came from Ft Lauderdale. Mrs. Minnie Persoff of Delray Beach also attended. "TABLE-TESTED" POULTRY AND EGGS Strictly Fresh Eggs Fresh Killed Poultry W. P. CORBITT Poultry fS Egg Co. 1335 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 3-6028 GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 MILLS Funeral services were held In Chicago for Mrs. Ulllan Oelbspan Mills, 81. of 129 Woshlngton Aye., who died recently In that city. She came to Miami Beach 12 years ago from the Illinois city. She was recording secretary of the women's branch of the American Jewish Congress and was a membor of the national board of United Synagogues of America. She la survived by a son. Eugene Golbspan, Chicago, and two daughters, Mrs. Florence Frank of Mis ml Beach and Mrs. Helen Salsman. Chicago. EIFER Isadore Elfer, B7, died last Saturday at his home. 440 S W. Fifth Ave. He came from Detroit two years ago. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jennie Klfer. Miami, and two sons The body was sent to Detroit by Gordon Funeral home. SMOENHOLTZ David Khoenholtz. fit;, passed away of a heart attack at 1200 Kuclld Ave Miami Beach Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Ida BhoenholtS, and three daughters. Including Mrs. Ruth Schwartz, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Ned Pallant, Miami The body was sent to New York by Riverside Memorial ehnpel. ADELMAN Funeral services were held In Brooklyn for Mrs Sadie Adelman. r,6. 1020 Sixth St.. who died here last week She came here two years ago from New York. She Is survived by her husband, Aaron Adelman, a son. Dr. Maurice R. Vlnkoff of El Paso. Texas, and two daughters, Including Miss Pauline Vlnkoff of Miami Beach. Riverside chapel setit the body to New York. BARBASH Jacob Barbash, 71. retired automobile rental agency operator who came here 14 years ago from New York City, died last week at his home. 1441 S. W. Fifth St. Surviving are his wife. Mrs Pauline Barbash. and two A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS SAM'S SEA FOOD MARKET 723 N. W. 20th Street CHANUKA GREETINGS COLLINS REFINISHING SHOP 3647 W. Flagler Street PHONE 4-0498 B ENTO N'S Equipment & Supply Company "WESTINGHOUSE AIR COMPRESSORS" 2651 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 2-7666 P. T. BENTON, Owner BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Concha Restaurant 1101 N. Miami Avenue tf Spenish Meals Our Specially We Serve Parties On Request PHONE 2-9210 sons. Leo and David, both of Miami The body was sent to New York Tuesday by Riverside Memorial chap*'. WAWHAW fcOlril Warshaw. U. of 304 Ocean Dr. Miami Reach, died recently l.a hospital. He came from Brookl>n NY. three years ago and Is.iiirvlRed by his wife, Mrs. Oella Warshaw, Miami Bench. The body was sent to New York by Riverside Memorial chapel. HOROWITZ Mrs. Rose Horowitz, 68. died Tuesday ut her home, 541 Michigan Ave Miami Beach. She came from New York Cltv three years ago and Is survived by her husband. Isaac, and five daughters, Including Miss Tlllle Horowltx Mrs. Dorothy (loldsteln, Mrs Itett'v Goldman and Mrs. Ada Marcus, all of Miami Beach. Services were held November 20, at Riverside Memorial chapel, followed by burial In Mt. Nebo cemetery. HENOEL I„>uls Hcndel. 72, who came from Pittsburgh 16 years ago, died Nov. 20 nt his home, 900 Euclid Ave Miami Beach. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Sadie Handel, Miami Beach; five sons and a daughter. The body has been sent to Pittsburgh by Riverside Memorial chapel. Weddings may take place on Hanukah, but not on Purim. although both are minor festivals in the Hebrew calendar. Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends end Perrons Bake Rite Bakery, Inc. 471 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 3-7923 CHARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College Special Night School Classes Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:30 to 9:00 P. M. SIXTH FLOOR POSTAL BLDO. PHONE 3-4859 Mary Williams, B.C.S.. Dir. KOFOED TO ADDRESS HOLLYWOOD GROUP Jack Kofoed, newspaper columnist and radio commentator, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood Wednesday evening. 8:30 p.m., at the Central School Auditorium. His talk. "A Newspaperman Looks Around," will be followed by a forum. The meeting is open to the pubDENNIS A. CRAY REALTOR 2410 PONCE OE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES, FLA. CHANUKA GREETINGS COLONIAL SCHOOL Resident and Day Students f{f 1438 Lincoln Rood PHONE 5-5116 CHANUKA GREETINGS Eatabite Sandwich Shops 1145 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 2-9361 AND 1652 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 3-3009 CHANUKA GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI REACH -A CHANUKA GREETINGS Up to Dale Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 By Victory Bond, CHANUKA GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 936 Everglades Concoun* PHONE 6-3755 RENTALS SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES Fenimore Apartments and Hotel 1200 EUCLID AVENUE Wish All Their Friends and Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS M. AND M. DREDGING AND CONSTRUCTION CO. POSTAL BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL. INC. Slate Distributor GRAY MARINE MOTORS GASOLINE AND DIESEL 410 N. E. 13lh STREET PHONE 2-1577 Sylvan Paterno Upholstering 1359 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 3-0744 Wishes All Their Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA SEASON'S GREETINGS WOMEN'S APPAREL 738 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-3429 To Jewry — EVERYWHERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA R. T. JEFFRIES of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CHANUKA GREETINGS G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. First Street Phone 2-8669


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 30, 1945

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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feiyWEIIiDipidliigun
feUME 18NUMBER 48
TO SELL
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
IT
lEICJMWT
jns have been completed for
Icabann Party sponsored by
I Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
hbers Sunday at 8 p.m. at the
Jotone hotel, to help raise
fe.OOO.OOO Victory Bond quota,
Eding to announcement made
It. E. Albert Pallot and Sam
Shapiro, Victory Drive chair-
program of entertainment,
jinj! and a bond auction have
arranged for an anticipated
if 2.000 persons. Rare
valuable gifts are to be
to persons purchasing the
fcst amounts of bonds at the
Son. it was announced. Her-
Frink, Mayor of Miami
fch, will be present to greet
party, admission to which
[be free to B'nai B'rith mem-
and persons who buy Vic-
Bonds at the door.
fesssts tsafig: seth ?r Cotv% R,abbi
, Alex S. Cohen, Sol Gold- IMax Shapiro will be feted at
, Dave Emmer, David R. special services tonight at 8:15
Joseph Lipton, Sam B. | o'clock at the synagogue. A re-
r Burnett Roth. Sam Sil- ception in the auditorium will
Ernest Sussman, George I e ,, .,
noff. Mrs. Harold Turk. foUow the Program.
Louis Heiman will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
general chairman, is being as-
CPI II [] I r I r P sisted y the Mesdames Jack
III II n 11 | f | August, Harry Markowitz, Louis
Margulies, Anna Schoenfeld.
Joseph Schaffer and Sam Weis-
sel. The floral offering has been
donated by Mrs. Jean Seitlin in
memory of her sister, Mrs. Sam-
uel Haas.
In addition to his work at Beth
David, Rabbi Shapiro is active
in Zionist activities and is a
member of the Miami Round
Table of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews. He
teaches classes in religion at the
University of Miami.
Casualties Mount As Colonists
Resist Check On Immigrants
"------------------------------------------O (-------------------------------------,
Y| |l 1111P M f P TEL AVIV (JTA)The Jewish community of Palestine counted
I It I Mill fir 1 its cloa^ ancl wounded this week following a day in which British
LFlUIHUII L'J troops, estimated variously at from 10,000 to 15.000 broke into five
Jewish villages, clubbed and shot men, women and children and
arrested over 150 persons. According to latest reports,
either eight or nine Jews were
killed and nearly 100 wounded.
RABBI SHAPIRO
Beth David Marks
Rabbi's 14th Year
In honor of his 14th year with
Weitzman
ernick.
and
Turk,
Harry
ilTTO TRUMAN
|EW YORK (JTA) The
mean Jewish Committee in
atement issued recently de-
that the main objective
visit of the committee's
pdent. Judge Joseph M.
kauer, and Jacob Blaustein,
rman of its executive corn-
et', to President Truman was
vise the" President that
stantially all Jews, whether
or non-Zionist, were
Ed on the pressing need for
sh immigration Into Pales-
and fully support his re-
that the British govern-
immediately admit 100,000
into Palestine."
>e statement of the commit-
Iwas in reply to a recent
pent by the American Jew-
-onfirence interpreting the
The American Jewish
iMtce further stated that
leers engaged in no discus-
with President Truman on
wish state, other than to re-
that the immediate immi-
of 100.000 European
1TINUED ON PAGE 8)
ANNUAL JDC MEETING
TO START DEC. 9TH
NEW YORK (JTA)The Joint
Distribution Committee will
hold its annual meeting on Dec.
9, it was announced here by Dr.
Joseph C. Hyman, executive
vice-chairman of the organiza-
tion.
Principal speakers at the
meeting will be Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz. European chairman of
the J.D.C. and Edward M. M.
Warburg, former J.D.C. chair-
man who is now in Belgium.
They will both report on the
needs of the Jews in European
countries.
TWO EVENTS
The Miami Y's $200,000 capi-
tal funds campaign got under
way this week with two special
events which followed a series
of planning conferences.
The community center's role
in curbing juvenile delinquency
was stressed at a dinner for
campaign workers Wednesday
evening. Guest speaker was Dr.
Russ Williams of the University
of Miami. George Chertkof,
chairman of the drive: Leo
Ackcrman and Milton A. Fried-
man, chairman of the Special
Workers division, also spoke.
First official affair of the cam-
paign was a cocktail party for
community leaders Sunday at
the home of William Singer,
chairman of the Y's board of
directors.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Y, flew to New
York after the dinner Wednes-
day night to engage a nationally
known speaker who will address
over 400 invited guests at a ban-
quet in December.
Solicitation of funds for the Y
drive is being confined to Mi-
ami. Blueprints of the proposed
new building call for additional
meeting rooms, a gymnasium,
auditorium, dining room, swim-
ming pool, game rooms and
other facilities necessary to
carrying out the Y's program of
communal activities.
Center To Honor
Kahbi Lehrman
FIRST WEEK
V Calls For Jewish State,
|ws To Curb Subversives
ANTIC CITY, N. J. (JTA)
utions demanding federal,
and municipal legislation
D the activities of organi-
'S aiming to cause disunity
g the American people on
'asis of differences in race,
or color, and urging the
and the House of Repre-
ss to prevent further
rsue utterances by Sen.
<>re Bilbo and Rep. John
were adopted at the 50th
convention of the Jewish
jterans of the U. S.
delegates urged the open-
tne United States to im-
J'n. pointing out that the
iwi1 if last five years were
iiea because of the war.
quested President Truman
n on an open door to Pal-
h,!. he end tha* Palestine
become a *-u "ational
Vet
State." This is the first time in
the history of the JWV that a
resolution calling for a Jewish
state in Palestine was adopted.
Other resolutions called for in-
vestigation and action by the
Senate "looking toward the ex-
pulsion" of Bilbo for his divisive
utterances; asked legislation bar-
ring the use of the mail to anti-
Semitic and other anti-democra-
tic propaganda and denying the
use of the Congressional frank-
ing privilege for the distribution
of such material; and asked the
Veterans' Administration "to
deny the privileges o fthe G.I.
Bill of Rights to colleges and
other institutions which discrim-
inate on the basis of race creed,
or color." Maj. Maxwell Cohen,
of Boston, was elected national
commander.
In the first few days of its
campaign to raise $250,000. Tem-
ple Beth Sholom has received
pledges for $50,000, it was re-
ported at dedication services
Wednesday night.
The deathless role of the syna-
gogue as the foundation of Juda-
ism was stressed by Rabbi Abra-
ham J. Feldman, vice president
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, who delivered
the sermon dedicating the Tem-
ple and Community House at
4144 Chase ave.
Launched Nov. 26. the Tem-
ple's building fund campaign
will continue through Dec. 23
when a Victory Luncheon will
be held at the Copacabana.
Judge Morris Berick, president
of congregation, announced.
Judge Berick has appointed
H. A. Cornblum chairman of the
Building committee, with an ex-
ecutive committee consisting ot
Dr Theodore Berman, Leo Rob-
inson. Simon Wolff, Joseph
Fenias, Harry Kohn, Geoige
Cohen and Louis Krensky.
Rabbi Leon Kronish was
chairman of the dedication cere-
mony Wednesday. G r e e 11 n g s
were delivered by William
Glenn, associate editor of the
Miami Beach Sun-Tropics and
Dr Jacob H. Kaplan, president
of the Rabbinical association.
Charles S. Tobin. chairman of
the board of directors, also
spoke.
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, will
be honored at a testimonial din
ner Sunday evening at 7 p.m. in
the Victor Hotel in observance
of his second anniversary with
the Center.
Samuel Friedland, president of
the Center, has appointed Joseph
M. Rose chairman of the dinner
committee. Herman Berk will
be toastmaster.
In the two years that Rabbi
Lehrman has been associated
with the Center, emphasis has
been placed on the civic as well
as the religious activities of the
organization. Rabbi Lehrman
was instrumental in launching
the Center's half million dollar
expansion fund campaign now in
progress.
Guest speaker at the dinner
will be Rabbi Israel Goldfarb of
New York, professor of liturgy
at the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, composer of synagogue
music and author of prayer
books. Reservations are limited
to 200 and may be made at the
Center office, Euclid Ave. and
14th Place.
Assisting Mr. Rose with the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
Scores of seriously wounded are
in hospitals at Petach Tikvah
and Tel Aviv and others re-
turned to their homes after re-
ceiving first aid. Funeral ser-
vices for the dead were held
Tuesday afternoon and were
observed throughout the coun-
try by a half-hour work stop-
page called by the Jewish
National Council.
Meanwhile, bitter protests
have been sent by the Jewish
Agency and Histadruth to the
authorities.
Hand-to-hand fighting lasting
for several hours broke out be-
tween the settlers and troops of
the British Sixth Airborne Divi-
sion when the soldiers smashed
their way into the settlement of
Shefayim, Givat Haim, Ein Hak-
horesh, R i s h p u n and Kfar
Shmaryahu.
The troops used staves and
tear gas to force an entry. Many
persons were wounded. When
the Jews were overpowered, the
troops began erecting barbed
wire enclosures into which they
placed everyone for identifica-
ICONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
Prinz To Appear
On Culture Series
Members of the Miami Jewish
community will be privileged to
\ hear one of the country's most
dynamic orators, when Dr.
Joachim Prinz of Temple Bnai
Abraham, Newark. New Jersey,
appears here on Wednesday eve-
ning, Dec. 5. He will speak at
the Miami Woman's Club, as the
second number in the cultural
series of the Greater Miami
Jewish Cultural committee.
Dr. Prinz once occupied a
Berlin pulpit. Because of his at-
tacks on the Hitler regime he
was expelled from Germany in
the fall of 1937. After two years
of extensive traveling through-
out the United States and Can-
ada, addressing hundreds of
meetings, he was called to his
present post in Newark.
His talk in Miami will be con-
cerned with the Middle Eastern
problem that occupies the atten-
tion of the world today. Having
returned from Palestine re-
cently. Dr. Prinz is expected to
offer first hand information with
special regard to recent charges
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Evidence Reveals Goering
Ordered Ghettoes In 1938
NUREMBERG (JTA)Ameri-
can prosecutors at the war
crimes trial presented further
evidence of Nazi plans to ex-
terminate the Jews, including
secret records of a conference of
Nazi leaders on Oct. 14, 1938, at
which Goering ordered them "to
tackle the Jewish problem now.
using all methods."
Among other instructions is-
sued by Goering at this confer-
ence, held almost a year before
the outbreak of the war, was the
confiscation "by all means pos-
sible" of all Jewish property in
Austria, which he said was
worth 2,000,000,00 marks. He
also urged that ghettos be estab-
lished for Jews in the larger
cities. Others present agreed
that "leniency should not be ex-
ercised in the fight against the
Jews" and suggested that special
Jewish labor units be set up.
Julius Streicher told Ameri-
can correspondents that he has
decided that there are three
Jews among the judges on the
international military tribunal.
"I have been tried in the same
court room before," he remarked
sarcastically. "This is all old
stuff."
Major William Walsh, head of
the division dealing with the
section of the indictment cover-
ing "crimes against humanity,"
told a correspondent of the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that the
evidence of anti-Jewish atroci-
ties cited so far does not even
scratch the surface, and that
more material will be presented
at subsequent sessions.
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HOMECOMINGS
AND GOINGS
Dr. and Mrs. Sanel Beer re-
turned to Miami last week
after spending several months
at their home, Oldelms, in Nor-
wich, Conn. Dr. Beer, who is
associated with the Rivermont
Park sanitarium, assisted the
staff of the Connecticut State
hospital as senior psychiatrist
during the summer. The Beers
will reside at their home, 4343
N. Bay rd., during the season
... A welcome home party
was recently given by Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Frank, 5400 La
Gorce dr., in honor of their son,
T/Sgt. Morton Frank, who has
received his discharge after
two and a half years with the
armed forces. Frank saw duty
in Europe and was awarded
the Bronze Star New Miami
resident from Philadelphia,
Mrs. David Rabinowitz, gave a
dinner party recently in her
new home, 2443 S. W. 20th st.
. .Irving Finkelstein left last
week to rejoin his family in
New York city after being the
house guest of the Perry Bit-
tels, 3010 Alton rd. Finkelstein
has been discharged from the
Army after five years of
service .
Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Glasser. 1045 Pennsylvania
ave said goodbye again to
their two sons in the service |
last week. Leonard, who
served with Patch's Seventh,
Army and Patton's Third Army ,
in the European theater, left,
for Texas after a 55 day fur-'
lough and Robert is back on j
an aircraft carrier .
Miss Gerry S Greene,
prominent artist from Philadel-
phia, has moved to the home
of her aunt, Mrs. R. Melinson,
2400 S. W. 21st st, after spend-
ing the past four months at the
Beach ... Joe Rosenthal, 1405
Euclid ave., left this week for
a business trip of several
weeks in New York and vicin-
ity .. Mr. and Mrs Sam Seit-1
in and their child have re-
turned from Baltimore .
Herbert Pritzlafi, 4444 Michi-
gan ave., was host to 24 friends
last Wednesday at a buffet
style Thanksgiving dinner .
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L.
Weintraub are at their Miami
Beach home after a trip to Hot
Springs, Ark, and New York
city. Mrs. Weintraub, past
president of the Dade county
Federation of Women's clubs,
has been appointed co-chair-
man in charge of the women's
division of the Mercy hospital
two million dollar building
fund campaign .
Thanksgiving was home-
' coming for the Isidor Kaplan
family. 1034 Michigan ave.
I One son, David, student at the
U. of Florida, and another son,
leapt. Philip Kaplan, who has
' returned from the ETO. were at
home. The Kaplans' youngest
,son, Raymond Miles, cele-
; brated his third birthday on
Thanksgiving .
THE SOCIAL WHIRL
The engagement of their
'daughter, Frances Rose, is
! being announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Katz. 510 S. W.
; 22nd rd. Miss Katz' fiance,
Samuel Cohen, son of Mrs.
G o 1 d i e Cohen, Cincinnati,
Ohio, is in the Army awaiting
his discharge .
A dessert luncheon, card-
mah jongg party will be given
by the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom at noon Monday
at Frances K. Powell's, 525
West 41st st. All paid-up mem-
bers will be guests of the Sis-
terhood, Mrs. Leon J. Ell, presi-
dent, announces. Arrange-
ments for the affair were made
by Mrs. Louis Meitus. Mrs
Norman Maran is chairman of
the ad committee.
The Misses Gloria Lichen-
stein, Sally Horn and Illene
Scheaffer are candidates for
Sweetheart of Royal Palm
chapter of AZA which will
hold its annual Sweetheart
dance Dec. 8 at the Macfad-
den-Deauville. The winner,
who will be presented at the
dance, will receive a specially
engraved Sweetheart pin.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door .
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
Theda Lazarus
To Wed Navy Vet
HAVANA HONEYMOON
TO FOLLOW WEDDING
Following their wedding on
December 16, Miss Beri Rippa
and Joseph Hirsch will take a
honeymoon trip to Havana. An-
nouncement of the approaching
marriage was made this week
by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Rippa, 320 W.
25th st.
Miss Rippa attended Miami
Beach high school and Fassifern
school, Hendersonville, N. C.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Hirsch. 1009 Michigan ave., the
bridegroom-elect is enrolled at
the Southern College of Optom-
etry in Memphis, where the cou-
ple will live. Mr. Hirsch was
graduated from Miami Beach
high school and attended the
University of Florida.
CPL. KATZ AND BRIDE
HERE FOR MONTH
Night Patrol Service
Let Us Protect Your Home
or Business
While You Sleep!
Bonded and Licensed
to Take Care of Your Property
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Miss Theda Elaine Lazarus,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Levi, 1815 N. W. Seventh st.. will
be married to A. Paul Lowe in
a double ring ceremony Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rabbi
Max Shapiro at Beth David.
Mr. Lowe, son of Mrs. Celia
Low.. 520 N. W. 44th ave.. has
been discharged from the Navy
after four and a half years' duty.
As a radioman 3/c, he served in
the South Pacific.
I'M 3 c Herbert Lazarus, home
on 30-day leave from Japan, will
be best man at his sisters wed-
ding. Miss Marita Sutton will
be maid of honor and her usher
will be Jerry Lowe, brother of
the groom. A reception will
follow the ceremony.
After a honeymoon, the newly-
weds will live in Miami. Miss
Lazarus attended Miami Senior
Hifih School and Dr. Farringer's
School of Physicians' Assistants
and Laboratory Technicians. She
is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
medical sorority and B'nai B'rith
Girls. Her brother will return
to duty next week.
Newlywed Cpl. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Katz were guests of honor
at a cocktail party given by Mrs.
Paul Leopold, sister of the bride,
Sunday at the Clyde hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Katz arrived in
Miami last week following their
marriage in Brooklyn November
16. Mrs. Katz is the former
Marcia Kohen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Kohen of the
Clyde hotel.
The bride is a graduate of
Notre Dame academy in Cleve-
land. Cpl. Katz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Katz of Brooklyn,
attended schools in New York.
Present at the wedding were
the bride's aunt, Mrs. Roy J.
Strasberg, who flew to New
York from Youngstown, Ohio;
and the bride's father, who ac-
companied his daughter to New
York to meet Cpl. Katz when
he disembarked after service
overseas. Following a month's
wedding trip here, the couple
will live in Forest Hills. N. Y.
Un'* Cou|,le
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was married toSam JN
son of Nathan Al^
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house which Mr. and Mrs pffi
P. Rothschild wiU hold sS
at their home, 1601 s. w.J
Friends ,d relatives are iny
to attend from 3 to 6 p. nT
The form,! sergeant arrived,
Miami Monday night aft,"
spending two years overseas j
Africa, Chin.,. Burma and Inda
He holds the Presidential I'm
citation, three battle stars aad
the Good Conduct medal. Hj
parents cut short a business tia
to welcome him home.
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MDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1945
lachar To Return
for Hillel Dinner
[nr Abram L. Sachar, recently
anointed director of the over-
Jl B'nai B'rith youth program,
till be principal speaker at a
inner to be given by the Hillel
Idvisory council Dec. 27 as part
its $35,000 fund raising cam-
jjen The dinner will be held
I Liilcy's restaurant.
Toastmaster for the evening
rill be Monte Selig who. with
Lm Blank and Carl Weinkle,
Cads the Hillel drive. Interested
liends of the Hillel Foundation
re being invited.
Mrs Harry Gordon has been
ppointed to head the arrange-
ments committee. Working with
Jpi are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and
Irs Carl Weinkle. On the tele-
lione committee are Mrs. Myer
hhwartz, chairman, and Mrs.
B. Miller, Mrs. Sam Goldman,
Irs. Isaac Levin and Mrs. Ida
ptner.
Publicity is being handled by
jouis Heiman, chairman, and
Jabbi Albert Michels and Fred
\. Shochct.
i Dr. Sachar, national director
B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
Fons since 1932, was in Miami
fever.il months ago to address a
[inner meeting of the United
fewish Building Fund campaign.
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PAGE THREE
Beth Jacob to Open
9th Year of Services
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) One
lunched and eighty Jewish refu- j
ecs from Europe have arrived ]
ere aboard the Portuguese liner ,
Su nc.
They were met at the pier by
tpresentativea of the HIAS who j
tcilitated their departure for |
festinations in various parts of
he country. Those who were
(table to leave at once are being
ared for in the HIAS shelter.
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff opens
his ninth year of Friday night
Forums on November 30 at 8:30
p.m. at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue. Opening of this year's
late services is devoted to the
presentation of the place of Is-
rael in times of war and in as-
pirations for peace. His lecture
theme will be "War and Peace."
Representatives of tne local Jew-
ish War Veterans Posts will pre-
sent colors and bring greetings
during the services. Cantor
Louis D. Feder will chant a
Chanuka hymn in observance of
the "Festival of Light" and lead
in the communal singing. The
services are open to the general
public.
Oh! What Can I give for
jif^l Christmas this Year?
Why Wor-ry-thatseasy^
frtGift Photograph by
Jooley-Myron is sure
to please.
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Beth Jacob Concert
Has Chanuka Theme
.uThf- fiyaittanal ceremony of
rSthl1^1""5 ?{ the eandlcs in
celebration of the Festival of
Lights, by Cantor Louis D.
tedcr will open the second an-
nual Chanuka Concert sponsored
l&h ? td ?f Coner<*ation
c < ,ob at tho Miami Beach
? pan H,fih Scho1 on Sunday
at B:,i0 p.m.
The program will include solos
and duets by Miss Ruth Brot-
nian and Cantor Feder with Miss
Anyuta Melicov at the piano;
cello selections by Mr. Walter
Orossman, accompanied bv Elea-
nj SHark Linton; Miss Melicov
and Mrs. Linton, duo pianists,
will render a select group of
compositions from Brahms. Beet-
hoven and Mozart. Miss Brot-
man will be mistress of cere-
monies.
Mrs. Jack Hirsch and Mrs.
Louis Glasser are concert chair-
men. Miss Rachel Soldow is in
charge of tickets.
Chanuka Party
Set For Sunday
CENTER HONORS RABBI
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
arrangements for the dinner are
Hyman Berman, Dr. William
Bernstein, H. A. Bodenstcin.
Daniel Broad, Dr. Benjamin
Coleman, N. F. Darsky, Mayer
Frankcl, Mrs. Samuel Friedland,
I. J. Goldberg, Nat Hankoff. Mrs.
Joseph M. Rose, Mrs. Raymond
Rubin, Mrs. Philip Salmon, Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Nathan Stie-
fel, Alfred Stone, Alex Sussman,
Dr. J. J. Falk and Harold Turk.
IRONY OF FATE .. .
The late Col. Joel E. Spingarn,
! founder of the National Asso-
ciation for the Advancement of
j Colored People, had as his aim
I the abolition of all discrimina-
i tion against Negroes, and was
particularly concerned about
doing away with segregation of
Negroes in separate schools .
So now Washington, D. C, is
planning to honor Col. Spin-
garn's memory by naming a
school after himand it is being
planned as a high school for
Negroes only .
Students of local Sunday and
Hebrew schools will participate
in the annual Chanuka Assembly
at the Capitol Theatre Sunday
morning at 9:30 a.m.
Representatives of the schools
will take part in the program of
readings and community singing
will be conducted by Cantors
Abraham Friedman, Samuel
Kelemer and Emanuel Barkan.
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association, will speak.
"It Happened in Springfield"
and a cartoon will be shown
through the courtesy of the Wo-
metco Theatres and book awards
will be presented by the Bureau
of Jewish Education with Louis
Heiman, president, making the
presentation. Refreshments will
be served by the Sisterhoods of
Beth David, Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, Temple Beth Sholom
and Temple Israel. These four
congregations are sponsoring the
assembly in conjunction with the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
GREENFIELD SERVES
IN BOTH WORLD WARS
Edwin Greenfield, ACMM.
2163 S. W. 24h ter., veteran of
two world wars, and widely
known Miami fisherman, is back
with a discharge after service
with the U. S. Naval Air Station,
Corpus Christi, where he trained
cadets in advanced theory and
ferried planes to aircraft car-
riers off San Diego.
Member of the American Le-
gion, the 40 & 8, and president
of the Log Cabin Fishing Club,
he thinks the second war less
glamorous, but from a stand-
point of aircraft, more deluxe.
One of the first cadets to gradu-
ate in flying at Pensacola, he left
Yale in 1916 to join the French
ambulance corps. He holds the
French Verdun medal and was
cited for the Croix de Guerre.
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 19458:00 P. M.
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jovaa*.
--THE NEWS IN VIEWsT;
THE ANTI-SEMITIC HATE PRESS
J.D.C. SHIPS CLOTHING TO JEWS IN mj
Destitute Jew* In Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria will toon beweiriM
I this warm clothing, shown a* It wa loaded for shipment to the Bilti*
by the Joint Distribution Committee in New York. Last week, the J.D
shipped 164 tons of good used garments, the first shipment of 1,2501*
made available to the J.D.C. by the United National Clothing Collectiss,
At the same time, the United Hungarian Jews of America lent 35 S
of clothes to Hungary.
Circulated by the thousands .
passed from hand to hand these
innocent-loofing leaflets, the roots
of vicious poison, are the propa-
ganda tools of the demagogue, the
hate-monger, and the anti-Semite.
Their lies, malicious rumors, sub-
versive propaganda directed
against the Jews as a booby-trap to
undermine American democratic
liberties are being exposed by the
American Jewish Committee and
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
whose activities are made possible
by the Joint Defense Appeal, are
joined together to destroy with the
weapon of truth the enemies of
democracy.
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B'NAI B'RITH HELPS PRO-
MOTE INTEREST IN JEWISH
BOOKS -In accordance with
Jewish Book month, B'nai
B'rith lodges throughout the
country have made donations
Scenes at, Gulfstream Park, Fbrida's. newest, race t^ck^feTertf
winter rac.ng.season gets.underway on December 1 to run^Kh
January 16,------- *"
to school and public library
(Top, left)-Queens couege
New York, gets JwW;**
collection and Hillel IJbJ
from Franklin D. Roosevelt atf
Long Island B'nai B'rith lodg*-
(Top, right^-Evansville t*
lege receives first shelf dlj
ish book collection estaWjJ
byEvansvilleilndJBnaiBnJ
as memorial to Jewish *<*
dead.
(Bottom. loft>-Publicl*Kffl-
in West New York, North *
gen. Weohawken, and UJ
City, N. J.. receive W*M
collections as # ,1,^
Hudson B'nai B'rith lodge.
(Bottom, right)-OshkoJ
(Wis.) B'nai B'rith g>v "
Universal Jewish Encyclop^
to public library.


frIdAy. M6VEMBER to.1S4S
FUND LEADERS
TO MEET DEC. 8
Loaders of federations, welfare
funds and community councils
from n'ne Southeastern states
will meet on December 8 and 9
in Birmingham for the eleventh
annual conference of the South-
eastern Region, Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
"This is our regular 1945 con-
ference which was postponed
last spring because of war-time
ODT regulations," said Stanley
C. Myers, regional president, in
announcing plans for the meet-
ing. "Now that the post-war
period is actually upon us. there
is the utmost importance for
careful planning to chart the
development of needed services
in our local communities and in
our region. In addition, we have
a continuing responsibility for
national and overseas needs
which should be considered in
the light of 1946 prospects."
Conference sessions, opening on
Sunday evening and continuing
through Sunday, will deal with
topics of present day concern to
Southeastern communities: Wel-
fare fund budgeting, including
the proposal for national advis-
ory budgeting; needs of the Jew-
ish aged and planning services
for them; the current overseas
picture; and local organiation of
community relations program to
deal with problems of anti-
Semitism.
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HAPPY
CHftNUKA
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HASKELLS TO LIVE
AT MIAMI BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Has-
kell are making their home at
Miami Beach following their
marriage last month at Temple
Emanuel in New York city. The
bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Alberts, 2830 Pine Tree dr.,
fa the former Marilyn Alberts.
She attended Miami Beach high '
where she won a letter in tennis. '
She was graduated from Drake
high school in New York and
recently has been working as a
Conovcr model.
Mr. Haskell attended Now
York university and Fordham
university and taught for some
time at New York university.


From Leyte, Lt. Jay R. Schwartz, formerly a lawyer in Miami,
V-mailed this Chanuka greeting to his friends, Mr. and Mrs.
foseph Socolof. Lt. Schwartz' wife and baby son are living in
Jacksonville.
SPECIAL SERVICES
Special Shabbos Chanuka ser-
vices will be held at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
tomorrow morning with Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky chanting
the Rosh Chodesh prayers. After
the services, D. Singer will be
host to the worshippers at a
special Shalosh Sudos.
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Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office
of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, 1879
Published Every Friday Since 1927
Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, $2.00;
2 Years, $5.00.
FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor
Miami 18, Florida, Friday, November 30, 1945
KISLEV 25, 5706
VOLUME 18
NUMBER 48
CH ANUK A...
Chanuka is a happy season for Jews. It is particularly
close to us today. We, too, have lived through days of hero-
ism like that of the Maccabeans. We can understand those
Maccabeans better. We understand their simple humanity
better because we live in times like theirs and, so strangely
enough, can appreciate them all the more.
Last night, the first candle was lit. Its flame was feeble.
On each succeeding night of Chanuka, the candles will be in-
creased, the flames will grow strongerjust as our strength
and hope must be multiplied as the struggle for the better life
grows to gargantuan proportions.
The little Chanuka lights carry their own message. The
Jews found only enough oil for one day in the Temple, but, by
a miracle, it lasted for eight days. This story symbolizes to us
the whole story of the holiday. The Jew's military force was
small, but a miracle happened, and the Jews conquered. The
miracle which happened is the eternal miracle by which devo- j
tion to a cause may make up for limited equipment
In brief, Chanuka is the holiday attesting to the triumph of
:he spiritthe eternal consolation of the Jew.
Small in numbers, if numbers only were to count, the Jew
would have been lost long ago. But there is something which
annuls numbers. "Not by might, not by power, but by spirit," I
saith the Lord.
This is the hopeful message that comes to us on Chanuka
and though the battlefields of Europe hove ceased to thunder
and peace prevails, we need yet this hopeful message.
Right now, in Palestine especially, does the little Chanuka
candle light up hearts with hope. The powerful English gov-
ernment has decided against us. The great oil interests are
against us, but yet the good Jew trusts in his heart that, despite
all of this, we shall triumph in our cause.
This is the message that glimmers through the faint alow
of the Chanuka candle.
BOX
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Miami 18
Digest of the mall received at Jewish
Florldlan poat office box.
YOUR BOOK-SHELF
November has been set aside as Jewish Book Month. Its
purpose is to remind the Jew, whose people throughout the
centuries bore proudly the title. "The People of the Book." to
re-form the habit of reading Jewish books, buying Jewish books.
and encouraging and stimulating creative Jewish writinq By
Jewish books we do not mean books which happen to have a
character with a Jewish name, but books which express the
historic memories, the ideas and ideals, the hopes and struqales
and aspirations of Israel which not only contributed to Jewish
survival but which made this survival meaningful and purpose-
ful. The book-shelves in Jewish homes should also contain the
Jewish classics-biblical and rabbinic-and works on Jewish
S' ,msUt?Uons' and records of Jewish pas. and present
contributions to and co-operation with the world.
Edmund Fleg in his book, "The Boy Prophet." tells of a little
Jewish boy whose father gave him everything, except a Jewish
thing about the Bible. He had never seen this book before
He was a bright boy and was interested. He wentYo look for
it among his father's books, of which his father, who considered
himself an intellectual, had a good many. considered
Th J?e.hf yFl00ked bo,,om sheH. all those big volumes
There s the Encycopedia Brittanica. Dictionary of Science^JnT
versal Geography- no, nothing Jewish there! Dcience' Uni"
Over there? rVa Chemistry, World's AtlasNo'
And over here? The Primitive Peoples HieL,
France The Decline and Fall of Rom? Historv 5 rl f
; |JpS SpLiSStiS&! S
left, Shakespeare, Victor Hugo, Tolstoy Y the
The boy looked through every book in his hr.* tu
were books dealing with The sei ana mounTain^ books on
fire and water, on animals and vegetables on art n!%
philosophy, about Laplanders. Red 385^2,515
Gentrpate^thrhoui
"O." replied the other, "some Jew family I6? Q8ked one'
Unfortunately this situation described by Flea is nil hu.
common in American Jewish homes as well as in wfo>, S?
Jews to strangers, and to Judaism-strangers dubs-
A rich and varied collection of Jewish kk
Jewish home is a necessity. It mSv hTSwvESS 6Very
teach our neighbors that we are rSwh5 ^evSnl 5? ,0
are. It is far more important that LT^htaLttS^fiS T
what he is and what he stands for. that heKS? ^
best of what has been though, and laugh, oy Ms saaeT seelt
and inspired writers. sags, seers
Every Jewish home and every Jewish meeHnr. ~i ,_ ,,
have an ample suppy of Jewish books and SiS.6 8hUld
Full-dress debate on Palestine
question expected in House of
Commons 266.238 Jews ad-
mitted to Palestine as "legal im-
migrants" from January, 1933,
to September, 1945, Commons
hears Herbert Hoover pro-
poses moving Palestine's Arabs
to reclaimed land in Iraq .
First Jewish children arrive in
Paris from Berlin to leave soon
for Palestine under JDC aus-
pices Testimonial dinner to
be given December 6 in N. Y.
for Robert Szold, chairman of
Palestine Economic corporation
board and longtime worker for
agricultural and industrial Pales-
tine Dr. Moses Sinhorn, edi-
tor of Hebrew Medical Journal,
finds service by Jewish hospitals,
clinics, and private physicians in
Palestine of "highest calibre" .
Prof. Jonas S. Friedenwald of
Johns Hopkins university flies
to London to settle details of
] proposed medical school in Pales-
i tine which he will also visit .
Jews in British zone in Ger-
many flee to American camps
after "brutal conduct" of offici-
als at Bergen Belsen JDC
estimates 180.000 Jews now liv-
ing in Hungary, of whom 75.000
have returned from concentra-
tion camps Rabbi Abraham
Femberg appears before Royal
Commission on Education to op-
I m religious education in Ca-
nadian schools ... A call to
American Jews to collect and
contribute urgently needed re-
lief suppliesfoodstuffs, medi-
cines and comfort itemsto be
sent suffering Jews overseas is-
sued bv Paul Baerwald, chair-
man of JDC HIAS is first
American voluntary social agency
to set up office in Germany since
end of war to assist displaced
persons seeking migration or
repatriation .
National Jewish Hospital at
Denver plans $2,500,000 expan-
sion program to aid tuberculosis
control Hebrew Union col-
lege to confer honorary degrees
on Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Dr.
Emil Leipziger, Rabbi Julius
Gordon, Dr. Stephen S. Wise and
Dr. Jonah B. Wise December 8
during 70th anniversary celebra-
tion 92nd street Y in New
York becomes co-educational
after 72 years of strictly male
atmosphere American Legion
unanimously resolves that war
refugees return to countries they
came from Hadassah opposes
national budgeting National
JWB adopts $1,375,195 budget for
1946, $445,145 less than 1945 .
Jewish communities are veering
toward centralized communal
structure going beyond tradition-
al philanthropies to embrace all
functions of general Jewish con-
cern, a survey made by the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds reveals .
Over 300 Jewish chaplains served
Armed Forces in World War II.
JWB President Frank Weil re-
ports "The Maccabees,"
Chanuka story by Morton Wish-
engrad, to be broadcast over
WIOD at 11 a. m. Sunday on
"Eternal Light" Mordecai M.
Kaplan Education library to be
dedicated at N. Y. Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary on December 9
. Rabbinical Assembly of
America opposes introduction of
sectarian instruction and observ-
ance of religious festivals into
public school system .
MR. BIGCOTT
SS^m**,
'I want a reservation on a white, native-bom
sixth-generation American coach!"
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERI
fMctiy, eonfdenM
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON
UJA LEADERS CALL
NATIONAL SESSION
How American Jews will cope
with responsibilities of rebuild-
ing Jewish life in Europe and
Palestine in 1946 is the subject
of the extraordinary national
conference of the United Jewish
Appeal which will be held in
Atlantic City December 15-17,
This is the first such meeting to
be convened since the inception
of the UJA in 1939.
Wide interest has been arous-
ed by the conference in view of
the fact that American Jews
must assume a decisive role in
determining the future of sur-
viving Jews in European lands.
The conference was called by
Rabbi James G. Heller, William
Rosenwald and Rabbi Jonah B
wjge. national chairmen of the
unified fund raising organizations.
WISH DEPARTMENT .
The California Relocation
Agency of the U. S. Government
recently published a set of rules
for fighting racial bias, and we
wish that every Jew would take
them to heart and follow these
rules in his fight against anti-
Semitism Never be afraid,
the Government says in essence,
to expose bias Though it
may give some publicity to the
professional hate mongers, it
will wake up America's decent
people We also wish it were
true that a powerful combine of
movie producers has organized
to produce anti bias and anti-
discrimination films We
wish, further, that it were true,
as reported, that the New York
Daily News lost 250,000 readers
and $6,000,000 in advertising
contracts since it published that
outrageous O'Donnell column
. And we wish that Phil
Slomovitz, editor of the Detroit
Jewish News, would reprint his
column of Nov. 9 and send it to
every English reading Jew in
this country .
DP DEPT. .
UNRRA Director General Her-
bert H. Lehman, testifying be-
fore the House Foreign Affairs
Committee, disclosed that more
than 1,300,000 "displaced per-
sons" have not been repatriated
. Of these, Lehman said,
800,000 are Poles, about 207.000
are nationals of former enemy
countries, approximately 35.000
are Russians and some 234,000
are listed as "miscellaneous" .
Jewish prisoners from Mauritius
Island were not received with
welcoming banners when they
returned to Palestine ... It
seems that the gentlemen of the
Jewish Agency do not approve
of their politics The Czecho-
slovakian government claims
that 3,000 Czech Jews now liv-
ing in Palestine have applied for
return to their native country ...
JEWISH NEWS .
Although Dr. Weizmann did
resign at the Atlantic City con-
vention, he has not given up the
idea An announcement that
he will retire may be forthcom-
Lyons tells of a conversation Dr.
Abraham Flexner, director i
the Institute for Advanced Stud-
ies, had with Prof, Einstein ..,
Dr. Flexner was complaining
that Einstein was forever lend.
ing his name tu various causa
' u, "Po,llical refugees have j
problemthey come to you. and
you lend your name," he pointed
out "Soviet relations com-
mittees. Palestine committees,
atomic bomb committeesevery-
body comes to you ... But do
you always have to say yes?...
Why don't you do what I often
dosay no?' ... "But it I
did," Einstein retorted, '"your
name would be Einstein and
mine would be Flexner." ...
ON OUR SHORES. .
Orchids to courageous, stub-
born Dr. Adolph M. Koch of
New Jersey, who succeeded in
organizing the Essex Colleje
of Medicine and Surgery m
Newark This is probably the
only medical school in the
United States that has no quota
on any race or creed .. Catho-
lics, Protestants and Jews are
equally divided among the 125
students Henry Ford 2nd
has a much better public rela-
tions counsel than his grand-
father ... It is reported that
Henry II will sponsor a 'Very
liberal" radio program starring
John Garfield, Hollywood's Jew-
ish star Congratulations to
the Disabled Veterans' organia-
tion on their action in designat-
ing Gerald L. K. Smith 'democ-
racy's Public Enemy No. 1 -
Don't miss the booklet A *
Says Boo." which will hit V
news stands soon It b J
story of Philadelphia s Anmuin
case, written up by Kenneth
Leslie .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
b.We were right, some colunB
UK about Dr. Stephen S. wises
honorary degree from the n
brew Union College of Cincin-
nati The official announce-
ment has just been made.-
B. Z. Goldberg, chairman g
American Committee ^
Writers, Artists and ScienWft*
now on his way to &
Did you know- that the Dean
ing any edition ... It is still a uia yoi
mystery to Zionist leaders how j Canterbury. Hewlett o"!J
the Bergson group succeeded in who visited this coUn"L. 0[
getting David Stern, publisher week, once was a co-*"",,,
of the Philadelphia Record, to
go to England on a Zionist mis-
sion Stern has been known
to the big Zionist leaders as an
anti-Zionist .-. Editorials in The
Congress Weekly, put out by the
American Jewish Congress, are
becoming better and more pung-
ent with every issue -
PRINCETON REPORT .
Albert Einstein is still one of
the active consultants of the
group of scientists who are
working on the perfection of the
atomic bomb Which reminds
us to relay a story Leonard grandpa's day
week, once was v" "machine
Charlie Chaplin in a mac^
shop in England? -WE
Erin Shaw, now out ^
Army, is Hollvwood-bounyj
in the meanwhle has
work on a novel his i ^
Dramatic director Ha ^
man is going to infer ( ,
other side of the fwtUgntt ^
change Hc,s in tor Tomof-
duct a drama columnar ^
row magazine iverSary
marks the fortieth anni
in show business ^ d
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tfDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945
USONALLY SPEAKING .
HCONTINUED FROM PAQE 2)
Beatrice Berger, Leny Dan-
jnger, Marilyn Greenberg.
Josalie Margolis and Evelyn
Polak were initiated into BZB
thapter of B'nai B'rith Girls at
i not luck supper at the home
It Beth Brown. 444 S. W. 15th
hve.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei is in
few York attending a ceme-
ery owners association meet-
a Max Orovitz and Rabbi
ml B. Appelbaum have been
appointed to the Convention
tommittee of the Southeastern
teqion of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations
vhich will meet in Atlanta Jan.
0-22 Pvt and Mrs. Finley
Binder and their young son
have returned to Monroe, Va
after spending several days
nere
Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff, former
chaplain of the sanitation de-
:rtment of Greater New York,
arrived in Miami Beach
irith his wife, Sina, and daugh-
r, Susan, to spend the season
Sere. Rabbi Risikoff founded
jie Hebrew Spiritual society,
Jws been judge of the Jewish
Kourt of Arbitration, vice chair-
bnan of the Jewish Ministers'
association and rabbi of the
Congregation Talmud Torah
|Aitz Chaim of Brooklyn .
N. Douglas Raff has been
[named president of the Greater
(Miami Hotel association .
Ijewish women of Dade county
Ihave sold 1,342 bonds repre-
senting $791,517.25, according
Ito a report made by Mrs. T. T.
I Stevens Sunday .
Mr and Mrs. Dan Ruskin,
1140 N. Hibiscus dr., were hosts
to 200 friends at a cocktail
vJenisii Fhrkilan
PAGE SEVEN
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congregation which held formal
dedication services Wednesday
evening. Funds raised in the
campaign will be used to con-
struct a new Temple and re-
model the present facilities at
4144 Chase ave. into a Commu-
nity House exclusively.
party Sunday in honor of their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Coolik. Mr.
Coolik has just been dis-
charged from the Navy after
five years of duty. Recently
returned from overseas, he
held the rank of lieutenant,
senior grade. He and the
former Charlene Ruskin, who
were married in April, will
make their home here .
A candlelight ceremony and
singing of Chanuka songs are
on the program of the open
house which will be given by
the Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, at the home of
the Misses Jeanette and Syl-
via Tupler, 1035 14th st., 8
p.m. Monday. Girls of 18
years and older have been in-
vited to the Chanuka affair
which is part of the chapter's
membership campaign.
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Erasing one record after an
other for greyhound racing in
Florida, the West Flagler Ken-
nel club has been listed as Flor-
ida's greatest for many years
and now is ranked along with,
the White City Stadium track of
London and Wonderland Park of
Revere, Mass.
During the past initial 10
nights, the club has been the
nightly rendezvous for approxi-
mately 5,500 patrons. The race
program, each weekday night,
starts at 8 p. m. and the final
tenth race goes to the box at
11:40 p. m. The Daily Double is
on the first and third races with
quiniela wagering on every race.
Bus transportation is available
from .Miami and Miami Beach.
CASUALTIES MOUNT
IN BRITISH RAIDS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
tion, separating men and women.
In the town of Petach-Tikvah,
several miles away from She-
tayim, criers went through the
streets shouting: "All Jews to
the rescue." As a result, thou-
sands began to stream towards
Shefayim. A 19-year-old Jewish
youth from Petach Tikvah was
shot dead as he tried to enter
Rishpun.
About 2,000 military vehicles
were used in the operations
against the Jewish settlers.
Within a few hours the Beilison
hospital was crowded with
wounded. Others were diverted
to the Hadassah hospital in Tel
Aviv.
Two of the colonies Givat
Hann and Ein Hakhoreshap-
pealed for blood donors and for
medical aid. A report from
Givat Haim said tat at least fif-
teen settlers suffered severe in-
juries and two were killed.
The first violence developed at
Shefayim, when a British officer
called on the head of the settle-
ment and demanded that he
guarantee that the 615 inhabi-
tants would keep the peace, as
troops were about to enter the
village. The head of the settle-
ment refused. Whereupon the
officer announced to the popula-
tion through loud speakers that
the settlement was under cur-
few.' The dispute continued un-
til loud speakers broadcast a
"last warning," which was fol-
lowed by a charge by soldiers
armed with clubs, backed by
other groups with fixed bay-
onets, both hidden under a
smoke screen. During the at-
tack, a number of women and
children were injured.
At Rishpun and Kfar Shmary-
ahu, which are near Shefayim,
a similar procedure was fol-
lowed. There was no shooting
at Rishpun, but latest reports
indicate that the inhabitants are
tinder guard and soldiers are
conducting a house to house
search.
At Givat Haim, troops opened
fire into a crowd of Jewish set-
tlers who tried to break the mili-
tary cordon around the village.
Several Jews were seriously
wounded. In addition to its
permanent residents, Givat
Haim is filled with hun-
dreds of Jews from the nearby
town of Hedera, who flocked
there when troops were reported
approaching. Truckloads of Jew-
ish workers who were returning
from plants in the neighboring
township of Nathanya to their
homes at Givat Haim were fired
upon by troops patrolling the
roads and several were wounded.
In the meantime, military au-
thorities placed a large section
of the Palestine coast, north of
Tel Aviv, under curfew. In an
effort to check "illegal" Jewish
immigration more effectively,
the authorities have also begun
erecting four new radar stations:
on Mt. Gerizim, on Moab Hill,
in the Dead Sea area, and "some-
where on the Mediterranean sea-
shore." .
Tension mounted in Tel Aviv
as the news of the British in-
vasion of the Jewish settlements
reached the city. Many Jewish
workers laid down their tools
and rushed on trucks and afoot
to Givat Haim and other nearby
settlements. However, they were
prevented from reaching the in-
vaded colonies by troops guard-
ing the roads. Inhabitants of
Tel Aviv line the road between
the city and Hezlia in defiance
of the coastal curfew.
Previously. two Jewish-
manned fishing boats and their
crews of 12 were detained for
allegedly participating in the
landing last Friday morning of
200 immigrants from the Greek
schooner Demetrios. The twelve
were sent to the Latrun deten-
tion camp, where the British
have confined an unknown num-
ber of suspected terrorists. Thir-
teen other persons are reported
to have been arrested along the
shore between Herzlia and
Nathanya on suspicion that they
were illegal entrants.
Capt. Petros Warlamas, mas-
ter of the Demetrios, and his
crew of five, were taken before
a magistrate in Haifa and
charged with bringing Jews into
the country illegally. They were
remanded for fifteen days for
further interrogation, but were
allowed to contact the Greek
consul.
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British Clamp Down
On Two Papers
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Hebrew newspapers Davar and
Hamashkif have been suspended
for one week by the Palestine
Government, it was announced
here. Davar was suspended for
publishing a cartoon which
showed young children in hos-
pital beds after the Tel Aviv
rioting and a doctor saying
"what good snipers, they hit
such small targets." The other
paper was suspended for pub-
lishing a report of an alleged
statement by Doctor Arieh Alt-
mann. Revisionist leader, which
declared "the political offensive
of the Jewish people will destroy
Britain's policy of duplicity."
Davar stated the cartoon had
been submitted to censorship.
DR. PRINZ TO APPEAR
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
that the British government is
inciting the Arab Jew conflict.
Dr. Prinz was born in Upper
Silesia. Germany and received
his education at the Universities
of Berlin. Breslau, and Giessen.
He was awarded his Doctor of
Philosophy degree from t h e
famous Jewish Theological Sem
inary in Breslau at the age of
twenty four.
After the advent of Adolph
Hitler. Dr. Prinz became the
spokesman for German Jewry,
negotiating with the Secret Po-
lice on their behalf. He was par-
gaged in establishing
the cutural autonomy of German
Jewry under the Hitler regime.
The Rabbi was unwilling to give
the Nazi government the coop
rratinn it demanded and was
expelled from the country.
He is also known as an educa
tor, as a spiritual leader.
He is the founder of the School
of Jewish Youth and Chaim
Nachman Rialik College. Dr.
:< the author of several
I i ks, including a Jewish His
tory and a Children's Bible.
SERVICEMAN'S CALENDAR
Weekly serviceman's activi-
ties under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Army and
Navv Committee of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board:
Saturday night dance at the
Beach "Y", 1 Lincoln Road.
8:30 P. M. sponsored by the
Miami Beach Service League:
refreshments served; Sunday
morning Brunch, 10 a. m. at
the Beach "Y". sponsored by
B'nai B'rith: Sunday night
dance at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center,
1415 Euclid ave., at 8:30 p. m.,
sponsored by the Senior Hos-
tess Group. Refreshments
served; swimming cabana at
1 Lincoln Road in charge of
Rudy Adler".
AJC CLARIFIES VISIT
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
irrespective of whatever conclu-
sion might be reached on the
question of statehood." The
statement enumerates the fol-
lowing series of actions taken by
the committee in recent years to
bring about the abrogation of
the White Paper and the open-
ing of the gates of Palestine
to large scale Jewish immigra-
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the abrogation of the White
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Balfour declaration and the
Mandate for Palestine.
2 During the San Francisco
conference, the committee repre-
sentatives addressed a commu-
nication to Edward R. Stattin-
ius, Jr.. then Secretary of State,
urging that the United Nations
take no action which would
prejudice Jewish rights with re-
spect to Palestine. The same
request was made by the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference as well.
3 Following the recent visit
to the President, the committee,
in a communication to Secretary
of State Byrnes dated November
9. 1945. on the eve of Prime
Minister Attlee's arrival in the
United States, again emphasized
Jewish unity on this issue and
called for "our Governments
zealous furtherance of President
Truman's request that the Brit-
ish government immediately al-
low 100.000 Jews to enter Pales-
tine."
"These actions were in line
with the committee's consistent
policy, dating back at least to
1918 when it endorsed the Bal-
four declaration," the statement
says. In 1930, the committee
opposed the Passfield White Pa-
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per; in 1938 it protested against
the partition plan. The chief
difference between the commit-
tee on the one hand and the
Zionist organizations in the con-
ference on the other has been
that the committee has earnestly
urged on its fellow Jews the
strong advisability of. emphasiz-
ing the immigration issue at this
time, a view it is confident is
shared by many leading Zionists.
"The committee is compelled
to take issue with the position of
the conference that it speaks for
all Jewry on Palestine." the
statement continues. "It points
out that among the constituent
bodies of the conference the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
the B'nai B'rith, the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
and the Jewish Labor Committee
refused to accept the Palestine
resolution of the conference.
Nor can we admit the position
of the conference which seeks to
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Station Phone: 3-08S7
"ght to speak merelvS"' "
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Even political deaocnv?^
senttally concerned 2?
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407 N. E. 13th Street
At the West End of County
Causeway
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36 N. Miami Ave.
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19 N. E. 3rd Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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from
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1216 N. W 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9691
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J-J 33 S. W 8 th ST. >*&.
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"The Home of Delicious Foods
Chanuka Greetings
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TRAIL Service Station
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Complete Lubrication Service
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701 S. W. 8th Street
Phone
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"hest Divisions
Increase Quotas
ili-very division of the Commu-
Lv Chest campaign so far or-
r,[-d has accepted an m-
B quota to help meet the
r;',.,sed need and is organizing
Kh enthusiasm and optimism,
feneral Chairman Stanley C.
Ivers. announced.
[Although the formal campaign
LViocl does hot open until Janu-
tv 14 several divisions are al-
tadv at work. Myers said. The
fpi.il Merchants, Commercial.
Cnstruction and Women's Divi-
ESs have completed the selec-
on of majors and will be among
w first to begin solicitation.
The quota of $810,971. which
Ts set by the Chest Board of
factors after weeks of study,
about $185,000 more than was
^ised last year.
We know it represents a real
ed" Myers said. "Every one
the 23 iocal agencies that share
the Chest are carrying the
Irei-st ease loads in history and
Le demands are growing. It is
nplP to understand when we
insider how the Miami area is
towing, and how crowded hous-
[g conditions are reflected in
token homes, neglected children
Bd all the human problems that
Clow in the wake of war. And
tc all know how costs have in-
Cast a in every line."
(Myers said the spirit of en-
lusiasm that is being shown by
divisions foreshadows a suc-
bsflll campaign.
["Success will come when all
visions set out to complete their
fork promptly and smoothly."
I.I.Q. C. TO MEET '
I Mr. A. M. Bear, president of
ke Miami Jewish Orthodox
fcngregation, is calling a board
lecting for Tuesday. December
at 830 p.m. at the Congrega-
lon Building, 590 S. W. 17th
Ive.
^JewlstifhrkUan
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We greatly enjoyed acting in
capacity of adopted father to
Michael and Ronald Finn, while
Sol (Mickey) Finn waited on
table at the Temple Israel Man's
Club "Father and Son" dinner.
The affair held on Wednesday
in Kaplan Hall, Temple Israel,
was so great a success that we be-
lieve it should be held annually.
Rabbi Saul S. Appelbaum of-
fered the Prayer of Grace, after
which dinner was served. Presi-
dent E. Max Goldstein, in his
welcoming address, spoke briefly
of the Town Hall Forum, spon-
sored by the Men's Club. He
called upon the Joint Chairmen,
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Herbert U. Feibelman and Ar-
thur Kahn, who spoke of the
four star lecturers, Robert St.
John, Ray Joseph, Max Hill and
Erika Mann.
Mr. Goldstein presented Erl
Roman, Fishing Editor of the
Miami Herald, Max Rosenfeld,
former star baseball player, now
president of the Anglers Club,
and George Trodgon, Miami
Senior High School coach, who
related amusing tales connected
with their own field of sports.
Entertainment, consisting of
magic and patter, by a clever
young performer, Donald Lee
Brown, was followed by a song
fest. Prize tickets, drawn by the
three guests of the evening, were
held by Roger Boyell, William
Druckcr and Frank Torres.
At the conclusion of the affair
the dinner committee, consisting
of Lew Gillman, Jerome Cohen,
Harry Simon and Henry Hirsch,
was given a round of applause
for putting over a most enter-
taining event.
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119 S. Miami Ave.
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SouvenirsGiftsNovelties
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THANKS
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BEACH MIZRACHI
AFFAIR DEC. 4TH
Miami Beach Mizrachi will
celebrate its 5th annual Cha-
nuka function with a party
which will be held at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue Tuesday, De-
cember 4, at 8 p.m. A musical
program featuring the Bialik
Choir, led by Cantor Emanuul
Barkan, will be presented. Also
scheduled on the program are
Melvin Michals, violinist, and
Joyce Bruckner, monologist.
Cantor Louis D. Feder will open
the program with the Chanuka
candle lighting. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will speak on Life
in Palestine. Holiday refresh-
ments will be served in the Beth
Jacob auditorium.
On the reception committee
arc Mrs. Ethel Schaffron. Mrs.
A. J. Safra, Mrs. Pauline Grund-
wcrg. Mrs. Tillie Levine. Mrs.
Clara Brettholz. Mrs. Ida Freed-
man, Mrs. Gertrude Bergad. Mrs.
Bertha Freedman. Mrs. Mary
Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Sir. Members of the trees com-
mittee are Mrs. Freda Kalstein,
Mrs. Bertha Hagen, Mrs. Eu-
genia Lilianfeld. Mrs. Anna R.
Berow, Mrs. Gertrude Hochborg.
Mrs. Ethel Hagan, Mrs. Hyman
Bland and Mrs. Joseph Brenner.
WORKER'S ALLIANCE PARTY
A Chanuka latke party will be
given by the Jewish National
Workers Alliance. Bialik Branch
290, and the Pioneer Women s
Organization, on Sunday. De-
cember 2, at 8:15 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Beach "Y."
PIONEER WOMEN
PLAN MUSICAL
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami, Club 1,
is making plans for a musical on
January 6. commemorating the
44th anniversary of the Jewish
National Fund.
VICTOR HOTEL
OPENS FOR SEASON
linn
GREATER
DAVID ROSNER
Mr. David Rosner, managing
director of the Victor hotel of
Miami Beach, Fla.. announces
that the Victor is now open for
the season with the dining room
catering to the public.
The Victor hotel is situated
directlv on the beach, in one of
the most desirable sections of
Miami Beachat the corner 12th
st. on the Ocean. The Victor
boasts of a unique glass enclosed
dining room facing the Ocean, a
health solarium, elevator service
to the ground floor, and other
ultra modern features and ap-
pointments for a pleasant and
joyous vacation. Every one of
its 100 rooms has a private bath,
shower, and telephone. The
cuisine is strictly Kosher.
Mr. Rosner is well known in
Miami Beach and in Atlantic
City where he is affiliated with
the Ostend hotel.
GIRLS STAGE CARNIVAL
The Greater Miami Council of
B'r.ai B'rith Girls are working
ut del '- I I holding their only
fur 1-raising event of the season.
Hanukah is observed for eight
days because of the tradition that
a cruse of oil found in the Tem-
ple after the Jewish victory
burned for eight days, although
there was only enough oil for
one day.

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- ... tiapters I E rial B"r:th
. party ..-.
- Beacfi Y on Wedr,
. ;- anukata gifts for
esci r.l i Idiers w
:' the organization.
Hanukah literally means dedi-
n, the dedication having
reference to the ancient Temple
of Jerusalem which was rededi-
I after the triumph of the
Jews over their oppressors.
NEW GROUP FORMED
The first organization meeting
of the newly formed group of
B'nai B'rith Girls at Miami
R, ach was held at the home of
Mrs. Carl Wrinkle 1710 Lenox
Ave., recently. Temporary of-
ficers were elected with a regular
election scheduled for an early
date.
The quaint origin of latkes as
the most popular Hanukah deli-
cacy is supposed to be the pan-
k s hastily prepared by the
Jewish women for the soldiers
of Maccabeus when they halted
for rest while pursuing the
troops of the Syrians. So
strengthened were the Macca- |
bean warriors by those pancakes. I
that Judas Maccabeus is sup- |
posed to have decreed that Jews
should eat latkes on Hanukah.
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THE
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The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold a board meeting at the
home of Mrs. M. Gould. 4800
Alton Road, Miami Beach, on
Tuesday. December 4, at 2 p.m.
Reports will be made on the re-
cent Fields' dinner and board
members are asked to turn in
their tickets and cash at the
meeting.
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^Jewlstflcridlar)
MANUKA SPEAKS
, iw RABBI LEON SPITZ
In,,, little light that was the
ELie "f Chanuka Men-
fc v'.'s first lit in the infant
f". nf the Jewish people by
,f the Bible. It was named
m00a of hopefulnessthe
d tomid, the perpetual light as
Jsymbol of *e eternity of
JK'thousand years the lov-
d hands of priests and Levites
fanil fed il within t,hc shiiner
Lt in the- Tabernacle and sub-
huently in Solomon's Temple
ft after a lapse during the
Kylonian exilestill again in
Tsecond Temple following the
|U1I1 0f Prince Zerubbavel,
L and X.hemiah.
Ud then the bloody days
fcjch immediately preceded the
fanuka Festival put the light
It but the Maceabean heroes
Lt it and in their exultation
T,iH K to stretch over eight
tits.
The Schools of Rabbis Hillel
Shamai differed as to proce-
-fe The Shamaites wished the
[anuka lights to burst forth in
|bla/e of glory and enjoined
Bt all the lights be lit on the
night and then decrease in
nber on each succeeding
The Hillellites felt that
."'joyous atmosphere should
bw from night to nightand
diminish. Jewish usage foi-
ls the more logical Hillellite
Ictice.
\\ 11 familiar with the
Eitional story of the miracle
"the little cruse of oil. The
irage Jew today is certainly
hie vitally concerned with the
br so much more significant
facie of the survival of the de-
iselv little people that has
no through the martyrdom of
j centuriessill a light and a
con unto the nations of
lory.
rheiidor Hcrzl compared, in
I little story entitled The Men-
fah. Israel to the Shamos light.
fe Shamos kindles all the other
lanuka lights, but it remains.
| fai as the dignity and the
pctitv and the glory of the fes-
concerned, still the mere
tvant. So with IsraelHerzl
mused. Israel has brought light
unto the nations, but Israel has
remained the mere servant with-
out luster and without dignity
both in name and in fact.
However, it should be recog-
nized that all this is on the sur-
face. Judaism, despite every-
thing, is historically speaking
the torch that has lit the spirits
of men and of naions. It has
brought the light of religion into
the world. It has given birth to
the concept of freedom. It has
imparted to life the flavor of
sanctity. And these are gifts
that will endure with us until
the last of days.
For the Maccabaen struggle
was not merely a transient and
puny revolt of a band of Jewish
guerillas against the night of a
degenerated Syria. Hundreds of
times has this battle been fought
and refought in every age and
on every continentthe battle
between good and evil, between
freedom and tyranny, between
the true faith and licentious
paganims. And that battle has
been fought in our own time and
before our very own eyesthe
battle to crush fascism both in
its Nazi and Japanese aspects.
Our Maccabees some 2300 years
ago in the little land of Judea
threw the gauntlet in the face
of the Empire of Satan. It was
their triumph which gave the
unquestioned assurance to the
recurring generations of Macca-
bees, both Jews and Gentiles
in the dim-dark Medieval
centuries, and in the modern
wars of liberation the unques-
tioned assurance that, at the price
of sacrifice and martyrdom,
Right shall triumph over Might.
Yes, Chanuka speaks its mes-
sage (to borrow from Walter
Winchell) to Mr. & Mrs. World,
The time is nowas the familiar
wartime song had itfor re-
building our world. And we
have the flaming memories of
the Chanuka of the Maceabean
PAGE ELEVEN
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Lamp from the Collection in the
Museum of Jewish Ceremonial
Objects in The Jewish Theo-
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New York City.
days to light up our Dedication
today.
But the Chanuka lights have
their unique message to the Jew.
They tell us that the light of
Judaism cannot be put out for
any length of time. They bid
us cherish the ideals for which
the Maccabees lived and fought
and died. And they command
us of Israel to keep the fires
burning on the altars of Judaism
in Eretz Israel, America, every-
where on God's earth.
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A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
Edna Champlin Employment Service
412 N. E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 9-3207
It was once the custom to
place the Hanukah lights out-
side the house.
SPECIALIZING IN
NORTHEAST PROPERTIES
J. Emmet Grant
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REAL ESTATE
Fullest Co-operation
6207 Biflcayne Blvd.
Phone 782419
MON AH AN'S
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2160 S- W. 8th Street
Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Sundays 9 to 3
PHONE 3-8266
GORDON ROOFING AND
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Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
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THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Readers
of this paper are invited to
send any questions they may
have on Jewish religion, cus-
toms, traditions, etc., to Rabbi
Fox, who will answer them
promptly. He may be address-
ed care of this paper, or the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
106 East 41st St., New York
17, N. Y.)
Q. What is the exact meaning
of the term "Chanukah"?
A. Technically, the word is
taken to mean "dedication" or
"inauguration." In this sense, it
is implied that the festival in-
augurates the dedication of the
altar and the purification of the
sanctuary which had been pol-
luted and defiled at the hands of
the pagan oppressors under the
leadership of Antiochus Epiph-
anes. the tyrant. There are other
sources which read a different
interpretation into the word.
They break the word into two
words: 'Chanu' and 'Kali'. The
first half means "they rested,
while the second half represents
the numeral "25". According to
this interpretation the thought is
implied that the gallant defend-
ers of the Temple saw their vic-
tory and "rested" from their
heroic struggle on the "twenty-
fifth" day of the month Kislev.
Still another source insists that
the five-letter Hebrew word
"Chanukah" is an abbreviation
signifying that we light "eight
candles" and that the procedure
of lighting is like that .prescribed
bv the followers of Hillel. Hence,
the five letters (Chet. Nun. Vov,
Kof, Heh) stand for eight candles
(are lit) and, according (to the)
Hillelites, for lighting the can-
dles in the arithmetic progression
from one to eight as we do today.
Q. Is the festival known by
any other names?
A. Yes. It is sometimes called
"The feast of the Maccabees" im-
plying the fact that we celebrate
the victory of the Maccabees over
the Syrian Hellenists who want-
ed to supplant Judaism with
heathen cults. It is also called
"The Festival of Lights signify-
ing the fact that we kindle tiny
candles on this Festival.
Q. Why do we celebrate the
festival for eight days?
A. A miracle is said to have
occurred at the dedication of the
purified Temple. Only one small
cruse of oil- had been found un-
polluted by the pagan invaders
when thev defiled the Temple, it
having been sealed and miracu-
lously hidden away, thereby es-
caping the attention of the op-
pressors. Actually it was only
enough for one day: but it mirac-
ulously lasted eight days. This
is also the reason for which the
eight candles are lit.
Q. What is the significance oi
the "ninth candle" whose place is
set off from all the rest?
A. Since these lights have holy
significance, we are allowed only
to see them: but not to use them,
or to derive any physical benefit
from them. But this is hardly
possible when the lamp is so
close to us. We. therefore, have
an "extra" light to make it ap-
pear that it is only from this
"additional" light that we derive
any material benefit and not
from the others. For this rea-
son, it is called the "Shamesh
which means the "one which is
(or may be) used." The title
"Shamesh" may also denote the
fact that it is with this light that
we kindle all the other lights.
Hence it is the "Shamesh*" or the
"servant" of all the rest.
Q. Why is it customary for the
children to play with the tradi-
tional Chanukah Top called the
"Dreidel?"
A. As was the case with so
many Jewish tragic persecutions,
the initial thought behind the
tyrants was to stop the Jews
from studying the Torah. In
those days. Jewish scholarship
was caiiud on by "mouth to
mouth'' transmission and not by
writing. The Talmud, especially
was studied only orally, in
groups. A decree was therefore
issued prohibiting any assembly
of learning to congregate for the
purpose of the study of the Law.
under penalty of death. Not to
be outdone or discouraged by
this inhuman decree, the Rabbis
sought to camouflage their stud-
ies bv giving the outward appear-
ance of play amidst their groups
of study. This was adequately
achieved by spinning the "top of
chance" which was a common oc-
;.!;;',n,.n(,. those days. There
being no evident signs of writ-
ing the observer would conclude
only that the group was engaged
in play and not study, which was
actually the case. To commemo-
rate this trick by which the
learned men were able to pur-
sue their studies, it still is cus-
tomary to spin "Chanukah Tops.
It has thus remained a custom
to play "games of chance on
Chanukah while it would be pio-
hibited upon other occasions.
Q. What do the inscribed let-
ters represent on the 'Dreide
Why is the top called Dreidel?
A. The top is called "Dreidel"
because it stems from the Ger-
man word "dreihen which
means 'to turn" or 'to spin- It
has four sides each of which is
inscribed with the four letters:
Nun, Gimel. Heh, Shien, respec-
tively. These letters have a two-
fold significance. They spell the
first letters of four words Nes
Gadol Havoh Shorn" which means
a great miracle happened there.
In this respect the little top is
a reminder of the miracle. They
may also represent four German
words: nichts, gans. halt), stel,
which mean: nothing, all. halt,
put. indicating the gains and
losses of the play.
Q. Why is it customary to eat
cheese delicacies on Chanukah?
A. The explanation for this
custom is usually connected with
the story of Judith. Judith, ac-
cording to the story, was a
daughter of the Hasmoneans. who
fed cheese to the leader of the
Jo wish foes in a successful at-
tempt to make him thirsty be-
yond control in response to which
he drank much wine. He then
became drunk and she beheaded
him and earned off his head in
a sack. This feat encouraged the
defenders and discouraged the
enemy who lost courage and fled
before the Jews. As a reminder
of this brave feat performed by
a daughter of Israel, we still
serve cheese delicacies on Cha-
nukah. .
Q. Why do we eat "lalkes on
Chanukah?
A. The reason for this custom
is quite obscure. Most authors
contend, however, that either
Judith served the tyrant "cheese
latkes" or "cheese cakes," or that
the feat was first observed by
serving them on Chanukah. From
this, it is claimed, there develop-
ed the custom of eating pan-
cakes of all kinds. To those who
enjoy these tempting morsels an-
nually, it makes little difference
just how the custom originated
-their Chanukah would be in-
complete without "latkes."
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*Jewisti fhridiari
PAGE THIRTEEN
lh>s Still a LongWay from Home!
K* .Yes, the war was no pink tea. With V-J
Day many a fighting man was too tired to
think. For a long time we're going to have
to do a lot of "thinking" and "doing" for
the men who have done their part in win-
ning the complete victory,
i ... That will cost money. There were
well over a million casualties during this
most destructive of wars. Many of these
men will have to have medical care
and treatment for a long time to
come. Others need guidance before
they can return to normal life. Mil-
lions of dollars will be needed for
VICTORY
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.. .That's why this Victory Loan is so im-
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fighting men that they are not forgotten
... that we can never repay them for what
they have done.
... Gaze deep into your heart-and re-
member and act. Victory has brought us
tremendous obligations. Every American
must do his part in this great task.
Right now, our job is to buy more
bonds than ever before during the
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RED CROSS SEEKS
22 ADDRESSES
"Help us get to America"
pleads a daughter in Austria to
her mother in a message which
remains undelivered at the local
Red Cross chapter because chap
tor officials arc unable to locate
the mother.
At present there are 22 unde-
livered foreign messages ad
dressed to persons in Miami
whom the Red Cross have been
unable to locate. A last appeal
is being made by Mrs. Cather-
ine Argo, director of Home Ser
vices, for those listed below to
claim messages awaiting them at
the Dade County chapter head
quarters at 501 N. E. First ave.:
Josef Parzer, General Deliv-
ery; George Levy. Regent hotel;
Fanny Kostiner. Columbia build
ing; Capt. Helmuth Loosen beck.
2022 N. W. 17 st.: Sebo Schip-
per, 2400 N. W. Seventh ct.: Ber
tie Eamcs Fansborough, 504 Pos
tal building: George Saake. 610
N. W. Seventh st.: Mrs. Hilda
Reinhardt. 145 N. E. 25 st.: Her
man Karl Ebner. Miami Beach:
Mrs. I. E. Eckert. 152 N. E. Fifth
st.: Mrs. Therese Schmidt. Na
tional hotel: Attilis Canonico.
127 N. E. First ave.; Agnete
Christensn. 3300 N. W. 13 ave.:
Mrs. Erdoss, in care of John
Blain.
Mr. and Mrs. Georges Kecep.
600 N. E. 26 ter.; Maria Spaclotta
Pezzetti. 252 N. E. 37 St.: Dr.
Hefan Rosicki, 934 Mulligan
ave., Miami Beach; Miss Bertha
Schwartz. 1056 S. W. 13 ave.;
William Morrison. 1240 15 St..
Miami Beach: Julius Mendel.
528 N. W. Second ave.; Max
Lasuer. Homestead; Mrs. Else
Gottlieb Hirsch.
Notice of the messages have
been sent to the designated ad-
dresses, but haw been returned
to the chapter unclaimed, accord-
ing to Mrs. Argo. Messages sent
CHANUKAH
By HARRY KOVNER
Behold a miracle in our own day!
Israel is saved and is here to stay.
Chanukah lights are kindled >nco more
Even as in all the days of yore
And it flickers in the home of every Jew
(Though alas, alive left but very lew).
And though the lamp seemed dry
The spiritual flame is still high.
Mighty foes, his end have proclaimed.
Millions were slaughtered and maimed
By an amalek. contempt of law. hold
Brutal and more vicious than of old.
Never in all history was such fury
Unleashed against a defenseless Jewry.
Bruised, forlorn, forgotten and with no hope
Israel almost reached the end of the rope.
But when the hour of doom neared,
A miracle suddenly appeared.
The (lint lie world was face to face
With the same late as the Jewish race.
It realized almost too late
(As usual wasting time in debate)
That a conspiracy against the Jews
Is aimed to destroy civilization too.
That in a world of hate and blood
Mankind serves the devil instead in God.
In fear of an ignoble end
Mankind rose in arms to defend
Itself and then weak Jewish brother.
And to check Strife between one another.
Twinkle Chanukah lights anew.
You are a symbol to the Jew,
Of hope, faith, courage, light
No matter how dark the night.
Like radar guarding against the sub-menace,
Chanukah lights signal to the human race
To cast off hate and prejudice
Else it will never enjoy peace.
Today we light one candle on
the first day of Hanukah and
an additional one on each succes-
sive day of the festival, but once
it was customary to light eignt
candles on the first day and to
reduce the number on each suc-
cessive night.
are from Holland, Germany,
Netherlands. Austria, France.
Italy. Rumania and other Euro-
pean countries.
Persons knowing the where-
abouts of any of the people
listed are also asked to contact
the Home Service Office of the
local chapter.
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PRESENTS
THE SECOND EVENT IN ITS 1945-1946 SERIES
Dr. Joachim Prinz
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Gulfstream Park
Ppens Saturday
r.ulfstream Park, Florida's
JJwest race track, inaugurates
El,. 1945-46 Winter racing next
Ic'.i unlay afternoon to start a
Ii90 day program of thorough-
K,r,.d sport. Gulfstream Park,
Rf it" a 40-day stay through
Banuarv 16. will relinquish the
K: ," to Hialcah Park,. sched-
r'1.,1 to run to March 4. with
Iftopical Park then continuing
Ion to April 19.
Gulfstream Park, during its
Ishort exciting history, has at-
B-icted the attracted the atten-
I; ',, of the turf-going public as
Inn racing course in recent years.
r,;ni, ,v.d in 1938. the beautiful
|H;.ll.-ndale course w a s con-
Eucted in day-by-day conflict
Kith Hialeah Park, proving a
dismal failure after a brilliant
Cpening afternoon For many
Rears thereafter the affairs of
Ithc track languished in bank-
Kuotcy court until James Donn.
Ini-cniiini-nt Miami business man
land .sportsman, became mter-
lested in the track as a possible
[major addition to Florida's rac-
lin{. picture. Together with
Isti'fan H. Zachar, James Mack
lind other enthusiasts he pur-
Ichased the assets of the course,
land a little more than a year ago
|announced the inaugural meet-
|in would be conducted in a 20-
|day Winter season.
Despite many setbacks of
preparation and war-time re-
Igtrictions Donn and his asso-
ciates completed a meeting
proved sensationally suc-
I ,', I for an inaugural, winning
|thr esteem and friendship of
Ituifmen and racing fans alike.
On next Saturday, Dec. 1. an-
other meeting will get under-
way at the beautiful Hallandale
track, and things are entirely
different than a year ago. To-
day there are upwards of 600
horses awaiting the bugle, abso
lute capacity of the stable sec-
tion, and with applications on
hand for more than 2200 thor-
oughbreds. There is bus service
and train service practically to
the gates, gasoline restrictions
have beer, lifted and the war
clouds of the past dispelled.
There is small wonder that Gulf
stream Park faces the coming
40 days of racing, the first peace-
time meeting in Florida since
1941 with the utmost confidence.
This year's minimum purse
has been considerably raised
over that in force a year ago to
attract some of the best stables
in he country, while a $5,000
handicap program has also been
writen into the condition book.
The opening day Broward Han-
dicap, at six furlongs, has early
attracted more than 30 nomi-
nees, indicating that the race
will be run in two divisions,
each carrying a $5,000 value. In
addition there are- numerous
overnight purses up to 82,500 to
give the cream of the thorough-
bred crop a chance to share in
the rich purse dispersal.
PAGE FIFTEEN
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All operators are World War
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The owners and operators are
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Among the many explanations
advanced for the origin of the
name Hanukah is that it comes
from Chanek, or Enoch, a char-
acter in Genesis, the great-great
great grandson of Adam who
lived 365 years, and who is as-
sociated by mystics with light
becaus his years on earth
equalled the number of days of
the sun's journely.
The first day of Hanukah can
i never occur on a Tuesday.
TO ALLSEASON'S BEST WISHES
City Ice" serves the food industry in an untold number
of ways. From farm to table, food depends on ICE. In
fact, modern food distribution to military as well as civil-
ian population is IMPOSSIBLE without ICE. In the fields
in railway refrigerator cars and trucks, in cold storage
plants, hotels, restaurants, factories, stores, and homes,
ICE in its thousands of applications, helps guard the na-
tion's food supply.
PROTECTING FOOD! THAT IS OUR JOB
THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
ALFA
3 n- v. ** v. et ^ v
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MIZZELL SIMON
MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla.
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the
.Nationally Famous Southern Dainw Pro-
le. c>BAkj ducti and Ice Cream.
W JbU4 AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of STRAN'I) IIEAUTY SHOP at 3025
N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HILDA KRONER
______ Applicant
MYERS AND HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
LEGAL NOTICES
Freedom of speech does not
mean careless talk!
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C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No job too larqe or too small. Over 50 years in business.
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LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893 -.-.....
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Phone 5191
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
To All A Most Happy Chanuka
JACK AND JOE'S
Friendly Service Station
Sunoco Products
Lubrication Specialists
1900 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-9656
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HONEST MIKES BAR AND
BILLIARDS at 27G W. Flagler St.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
FLAGLER BILLIARDS. INC.
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
To Our Many Friends
We Wish
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Electrix Appliance
Repair Shop
2767 S. W. 27ih Avenue
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under tho fictitious name
Of 1'REDS at 11H! Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register
:iiil name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID PRED
REBA I'KED
ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney
loin Blscayne Bldg.
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago
in business under the fictitious name
of TRBPTH REALTY CO., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of tho Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MURRAY KASTOFF
WALTER A. TREPTE
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago
in business under the fictitious name
of JACKSON REFRIGERATION
SERVICE at 340 N. \V. 12th Avenue
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
DAVID ROTHENBERO
(Sole Owner)
MARX FEINBERG, Attorney
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 141
West Flagler Street, Intends to regls-
i.-r said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
ALICE CUTI.IP
HARRY DIET/. Attorney
HO.'i Congress Building
11/9-16-23-30 12'7
Phone 3-7015 Brakes A Specialty
HARRISON'S GARAGE
Factory Specialists On
BUICK and HUPMOBILE
Body, Fenders and Painting
Tops and Seat Covers
125 N. E. 13th STREET
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of AZTEC CONSTRUCTION AND
REALTY CO.. intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
FRANK A. WISE
CHARLES F. CONE
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
SEASON'S GREETINGS
J. N. VERNAM CO.
Engines
19 N. W. South River Drive
PHONE 2-3519
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
DURANT'S SUNDRIES, at 1206 Weal
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, and
Intends to register the said fictitious
name In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH SIEGEL.
Sole Owner.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney.
11'2-9-16-23-30
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
No. 15653
Re-Estate of
SAMUEL DOLCORT,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL OJSCHARQB
Notice Is hereby given that we
have filed our final repo%t and peti-
tion for FlnnJ Discharge as Execu-
trlcei 1(f the estate of SAMUEL DOL-
CORT, deceased; and that on the 3rd
day of December, 1945, we will ap-
ply to the Honorable W. F. BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Executrlces of the estate of SAMUEL
DOI.CORT. deceased
This 29th day of October, 1945.
ANNA K. DOLCORT,
ESTKLLE DOI.CORT SACHS.
BEATRICE DOLCORT I'EARLMAN.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Executrlces of the
Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT,
Deceased.
11/2-9-16-23-30
THE
TICK TOCK
2111 N. E. 2nd Avenue
WISHES ALL
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LEADER KOSHER MEAT MAR-
KET at 1325 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach, Florida, iiit.-nds to register
said name with the Cleric of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
I'llll.ll' SIEGEL
NATALIE M- WEINSTEIN,
Attorney for Applicant.
11 30 12 7-14-21-28 ______
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 16853
In Re: ESTATE OP
WILLIE E. PAYNE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou. mav have against the
estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
he barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date November 5. A. D. 1943.
ARTHUR L. PAYNE
As Administrator of the Estate of
WILLIE E. PAYNE, Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
11/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
,',',' NEW YOKE STAR WHOLESALE
MEAT MARKET, at Miami. Honda,
Intends to register said name with
,1. dork of Ihe circuit couit of
"'"'" '"""> K'i'vrK MORANTZ.
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN.
attorney for Applicant.
11/JO 12/7-14-21-28 ______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
buU,less under the fictitious name
o ROOSEVELT HOTEL, at 188!
Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intends t" register said name
with the cick of the Circuit Court
"f ^lma^'holding CO.. INC.
By: MORRIS ROTH, ,,,., s|(|(,n(
Attest: ALBERT BOTH. ^^
MYERS A HEIMAN.
attorneys for Applicants.
11/30 12/7-14-21-2S ^___________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
"business under the fictitious name
f CLEAR-PIX PHOTO SERVICE,
it 38 N W, 29th St., intends to reg-
UrtJ? said name with the Clerk of
;,,',:', ,. Court of Dade County.
Florida. HARRY STEINBERG
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
11/30 12/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAJESTIC PLASTIC COMPANY
(Not Inc.) at Postal Building. Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County.AFlorhlah ^.^
Sole Owner.
HILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1023 Sevbold Building
u/l.lfi-'S-SO 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RITE WAY TRANSFER AND
B\GGAGE at 237 23rd Street. Miami
Beach. Fla.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
' U WILLIAM BERNSTEIN
Sole Owner
11/9-16-23-30 12/7___________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Ot VOGUE ACCESSORIES, at 704
and 706 N. E. First Avenue. Miami.
Florida. Intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. FloHda. LRVINR
Applicant.
MYERS AND HEIMAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/16-23-30 12/7-14__________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE RAINBOW DINING ROOM
AND BAR. at Monroe Towers Hotel.
3010 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, Intend to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. F'nrlda.
SAM FARKAS
MAN FECERSTEIN
BEN MARCUS
NATALIE M WEINSTEIN.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/30 12/7-14-21-28 _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
..f CORAL CABLES INN, at 303
Minorla Avenue. Coral Cables. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROSE SACKS, Owner.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant,
Congress P.ldg.
11/16-23-30 12/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CHARLES ROBERTS & CO. (not
Inc.), at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Dade County, Florida, and in-
tend to register the said fictitious
name In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY BLUMIN,
CHARLES S. ROBERTS.
I'.. FI.EEMAN,
' iwnera
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/16-23-30 12/.1-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und'-rsigned. desiring to engage
In business under the flctlous name
or trail Tavern at 905 s. w.
Eighth Slreet. Miami, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HENRY STEINHOUSER.
harry dietz. Attorney,
llur, Congress Bldg.
11/2-9-16-23-30______________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
r.f RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY
at 128 N. E. First Avenue. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida. .,,.,
ALBERT RAUZIN,
MOSES RAUZIN.
II 2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name,
of FLAMINGO COFFEE CO., at 142
N E. 12th St., Miami. Fla.. intends
to' register said name wllh the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CELIA SEGAL
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Is engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
ALL STATE PLUMBING SUPPLY,
at 241 N. W. !Uh Street. Miami. Dade
County, Florida, and intends to reg-
ister the said fictitious name In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
SAMUEL MITCHELL
Sole Owner
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BOTTLE CAP INN, at 1290 N. W.
119th Street, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RUTH WASSERSTEIN
JOE MIRABEL
PHILLIP MIRABEL
SILVER-KAPLAN-DIETZ
Attorneys for Applicants
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL PALM HOTEL, at 1545
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County, Florida.
JOSEPH M. ROSE
SYLVIA S. ROSE
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of JOHNSTETT FURS at 107 N. E.
First Avenue intends to register
said namo with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN STETTNER.
11/2-9-16-23-30
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IN THE MAIL BOX
November 19, 1945.
Editor,
Jewish Floridian.
Miami, Fla.
Dear Sir:
Who are these people of the
Council for Judaism who talk
so much and loudly of their
patriotismof the fact that they
are Americans first and Jews
last? If they had been born in
Englandor Hollandor France
or Germany would they still
have been Americnas first?
Let them try to join one of the
exclusive clubs and find out if
they are Americans first or Jews
first! Let them try to get an
apartment in a house marked
"Gentiles only" and find out
what they are first! Let then-
sons try to enter a medical
school and then they will find!
out what they are first!
And since when is the decision
theirs to make as to whether
they are Americans or or Jews
firsdon't they know that the
Hifers make that decision. Aye
even though Gerald Smith now
welcomes Rabbi Beiger as an t
America Firster. I assure the
rabbi that he will be relegated
to the status of just a Jew when
Mr. Smith comes to power.
And why shouldn't the Jews
who believe in a Jewish home-
land fight for it and give then-
blood and life for it if they so j
wish? Have these 200 per cent
Americans already forgotten that
this country was established by |
force of armswhen the people
felt that was the only way they
could acquire that which they
valued above life itself'.'
Sure, the United Nations char-
ter, guaranteeing religious free- .
dom, is wonderfulbut right
now Jews are being slaughtered
in Poland because they are Jews
and not because they are Poles
and Jews are still being discrim-
inated against in Germany
and even that great liberal Bern s
of Czecho-Slovakia says Jews
will have to become assimilated
there to avoid trouble in the
future.
The council members in their
smug security here can very
easily advise those from the con-
centration camps to go back
where they came from, but Har-
rison, in his report, says that
these people don't want to go
backthey want to go to Pales-
tine.
Five million men, women and
children murdered in cold blood
because they were Jews and
these people turn their backs on
the survivors and say WE are
AMERICANS! ,
In one breath they speak or
being Jews by religion only and
in the next they speak of the re-
sponsibility of the world to the
Jews. In one moment they
speak of a democratically de-
cided government for Palestine
and in the next they ignore the
democratically arrived at deci-
sion of the American Jewish
people through the American
Jewish Conference and openly
fight that decision.
Who are these people who set
themselves up as the judges of
what is best for a million home-
less despairing European Jews
by what democratic process
were THEY selected as leaders
of the Jewish communitywhat
have THEY given to Jewish
thought or culture-when have
THEY ever suffered for their
Jewishness? Some of their best
friends are Gentiles.
The impudence of these peo-
ple is appallinga mere few
thousand among the mi ions of
Jews in Americathis oligarchy
of wealthsetting themselves up
as judges of what is best for the
Jewish people.
Methinks they are not even
Jews by religion but only in
ARCHIE BRICK
Jerusalem was liberated from
the Turks on Hanukah in 1917,
General Allenby having entcr<>l
the city during the Feast of
Lights.___________
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Stanley Hardware &
Furniture Co.
WE BUY. SELL A TRADE
118 N. W. 79th Street
The name of Maccabeus, here
of the Hanukah story, has been
preserved in the name of many
Jewish sports groups, notably
the Maccabi movement, but the
original Judas Maccabeus and
his brothers fought against the
Hellenistic spirit of athletics.
HAPPY CHANUKA TO
Our Many Friends
Lakein Jewelry Co.
424 Lincoln Road
PHONE S-1837
W,'h 'o UUh
~ '-SBTVi'fcl
308 E.
FlaBIr 8t. -L
phon, |f|
CHANUKA GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT fe AUDITOR
PHONE 2-2412
620 Security Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and
Friends
CLYDE R. MARKLEY
2916 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 4-5951
CHA"UKA GREPnHos
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TAMIAMI
UPH0LSTERING
COMPANY
25 8. W. 8th Strw)
MIAMI, a0RIDA
PHONE 48-3168
m
Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
Congress Building
PHONE 2-2661
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
THIRTY-SIXTH STREET POULTRY MARKET
650 N. W. 36th STREET PHONE 3-8860
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TRAIL PONTIAC, INC.
PONTIAC AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE
1305 S. W. 8th STREET
PHONE 2-2113
TANNER'S STORES
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
1263 West Flagler Street
1753 North East Second Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS.
Ladies Handbags by
STYLECRAFT
1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE
THE CITY OF MIAMI
Upon the celebra-
tion of the Festival
of Lights takes
pleasure in ex-
tending to all
Jewry
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY
CHANUKA

SEASON'S GREETINGS
DALLETT'S RADIO
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION
340 Twenty-third Street
PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS
PEERING AWNING and FURNITURE CO.
1179 S. W. 8th STREET
PHONE 3-7200
Perrine Palmer, Jr.
Mayor
A. B. Curry
City Manager
COMMISSIONERS
Fred W. Hosea James A. D. Dunn
R. C. Gardner Leonard K. Thomson


IAy# NOVEMBER 30, 194S
;RVICEMEN'S
NOTES
. sure bet tfwt Li, A-
.1024 Pennsylvania Ave.,
' more courage i* early
irv during an attack on
fclfried Lino, to G^any,
R* did when decorated **tth
L Star medal. Ros,
frvorh whose parents, Mr,
L,. Martin Rosner, received
[citizenship papers m Miami
lC'ek During the February
Crk he moved up from the
Into a fireswept area to help
Etically wounded. Later.
Fined in a three-man assault
[Scrntan-held pillbox. Tell-
In,, enemy they were out-
or<.H he persuaded a para-
keet and 12 others to
"ncr" who won his lieutenant
I i OCS in France, didn t
Lis familv much about the
In desperation, his sister
; him in Berlin for the cita-
The family got it just last
Bessie Kolmari, 421 29th St., how
assigned to the to the separation
center at Camp Chaffee, Ark.,
has been promoted to the rank
of technician, fourth grade.
Comm. Altxander D. Rosen-
berg, whose wife resides at 4444
Sheridan ave., has been returned
to civilian status and is en route
home from Pearl Harbor.
Lt Sidney Luria, son of
fan Luria, 1343 Lenox ave.,
[been discharged from the
after serving over three
with the medical corps,
months of which he spent
haska Capt. Luria, who is
lin New York with his wife,
Ved and their daughter,
is qualified to practice
tine in New York and
da.
iman A. Binder, Jr.. is
fiinu a month in Miami with
latln-r. Herman A. Binder,
|S. W. 15th st., after being
larstd from the Army as a
fcral. In his two and one-
[ years in the service, he
M as a gunner in the artillery
. year in Europe. He holds
Bronze Star medal. A grad-
-Tof the Wharton School of
University of Pennsylvania.
V, two years of schooling in
|p< and served as unofficial
pretei for his outfit in
ce and Italy.
Li .< engineering is the work
(lasler Sgi. Duke A. Rosen-
2321 S. W. 24th ter., who
the Purple Heart. Air
.Hid ETO ribbon with
. battle stars. He served
fcdio operator on a B-17 for
missions over enemy ter-
and plans to continue in
fiield.
JEWISH WAR HERO AT
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
Dave Klein, of Miami, who has
re-turned to his old position as
night superintendent of service
at the Royal Palm Hotel, Miami
Beach, is among the many Jew-
ish heroes of World War II.
Klein was with the now fa-
mous "Snafu" task force of the
9th Armored Division at the
siege of Bastogne that held out
against irresistible odds prior to
the entry of the 101st Airborne
Division into the battle.
He was awarded the Bronze
Star Medal for bravery in action
for single handedly repelling a
counter-attack resulting in kill-
ing 14 Germans and saving hi*
superior officer, who was
wounded during the encounter.
During the famous "Battle of
the Bulge," he was among the
"forty odds and ends" that cap-
tured the town of Marguery
against superior odds and re-
pelled a series of counter-at-
tacks.
Besides the Bronze Star Medal,
Klein holds the Purple Heart for
wounds received in action, the
Distinguished Unit Citation, and
four battle stars.
Since its opening and prior to
his entry into the service, Klein
was employed at the Royal Palm
Hotel, and upon his recent dis-
charge, returned to his former
position.
lilip I. Kolman, son of Mrs
REASON'S GREETINGS
WIPLOYERS
SERVICE
ami's Leading Personnel
Service
Bring only better firms.
fice personnel. All types
|Eel help. Industrial help.
CALL 3-0822
615 Seybold Building
Hanukah is the only Jewish
festival based on a Jewish tri-
umph of arms against its ene
mies.
Sincere Chanuka Greetings
to Our Many Friends and
Customers
HARMO N
COMPANY
142 N. W. 2ND STREET
PHONE 3-5777
A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
ISKAY DRUGS
On the Beach
)EDICATED TO YOUR
HEALTH
Collins Ave.Ph. 5-2555
|7 Collins Ave.Ph. 5-1327
[Office1021 5th Street
Phone 58-1877
SEASON'S GREETINGS
IJj
QjaJttlef&
LINEN
SHOP
1031 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
SPINOZA GROUP
OPENS 11th SEASON
Its eleventh year of open air
lectures and discussions will be
opened tomorrow afternoon by
the Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education on the lawn of the
home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
11th St. between Collins and
Ocean Aves., Miami Beach, at 3
p.m.
Abraham Gannes. director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will discuss "New Tendencies in
Jewish Life" with special refer-
ence to the American Council
for Judaism.
Other lecturers who will speak
at thme Forum during December
are Prof. Edward Clarke of the
University of Miami, who will
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR PATRONS
Nick's Wheel
Aligning
2100 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 9-2828
review "Justice for Our People,"
December 8; Rabbi Saul B. Ap-
pelbaum, who will review Mil-
ton Steinberg's "A Partisan's
Guide to the Jewish Problem,"
December 15; Miss Malvina
Weiss, Dade county teacher and
social worker, who will discuss
"Education in Democracy," De-
cember 22, and Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, who will speak on
"Exit 1045," December 29.
The story of Hanukah does not
appear in the Old Testament but
is recounted in the post-Biblical
Books of the Maccabees, all
written in Greek by Palestinian,
Alexandrian and Cyrenese Jew-
ish writers within half a century
after the events portrayed in the
Hanukah saga. The writers were
followers of the Maccabees.
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
WALKER CASKET
COMPANY
535 N. W. 24th STREET
PHONE 3-3689
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
MAGIC CITY
TRANSFER CO.
901 N. W. 5th Avenue
PHONE 2-4072
CHANUKA GREETINGS
JIMMY'S
SERVICE STATION
7791 Biscoyne Blvd.
PHONE 7-2870
JOE ADAMS
AUTO TOP SHOP
Custom Made Seat Covers
Sport Tops A Specialty
PROMPT SERVICE
2600 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 2-0195
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
P. RICH ARDSON
Insulation-Firebrick-Tanks-Traps and Regulators
311 Mendoxa Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W^2nd Street
Phone 4-2201 Phone M8B0
JEST WISHES
?OR A HAPPY
SHANUKA
. A. GLASS
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Scott Motor & Salvaoe Company
2320 N. W. 54th STREET
PHONE 78-2702
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THE BEST the Market Alfords. At Reasonable Prices
LINCOLN FOOD MARKETS
650 S' '"Som? BBOBIE8. Manage,
... Brtm PHONE 4-9319
3305 POUGLIAjERg5SBQR. MANAGER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
FOGARTY & KING. Realtors
ARTHUR B. FOGARTY A. M. KING
1709 W. FLAGLER STREET PHONE 3-0913
T. E. STADIG and ASSOCIATES
of the
STADIG ELECTRIC COMPANY
EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL
2221 S. W. 171h Avenue Phone 4-9613
A HAPPY CHANUKA
JACK'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE
199 N. W. 20th Street
PHONE 2-9304
SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958
HANNAU PHOTO
STUDIO OF FINE PORTRAITURE
612 LINCOLN RD. MIAMI BEACH
134 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI
PHONE 58-2923
PHONE 3-0513
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
LEE'S GRILL
1401 Washington Avenue Phone 5-9903
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
JACK'S QUALITY MARKET
5905 N. E. Second Avenue
PHONE 7-0575
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
DRINK REGAL BEER
Prince of Golden Beers
MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-4808
THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING
TO BREWERY FRESH REGAL
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Arkin-Prufert Construction Co.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Congress Building Phone 9-2789
MIAMI, FLORIDA

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Zionists Sponsor
Radio Program
"The Voyage of the Pentcho."
opening chapter of the new
weekly radio series, The Drama
of Palestine, gives a thrilling ac-
count of the wanderings of 406
refugees who set out for Pales-
tine from Czechoslovakia on a
decrepit and leaky river boat
designed to hold 40 passengers.
Their determination and desper-
ate struggles to reach Palestine,
in spite of hunger, disease, temp-
ests, mine infested waters and
shipwreck, are a graphic example
of the triumph of human will
over hazards when a spiritual
goal is in sight. Through the
story runs the heart-warming
theme of a young couple who
postpone their marriage until
they reach the shores of their
promised land.
"The Voyage of the Pentcho"
will be broadcast over Station
WKAT on Sunday at 9:15 p.m.
The Drama of Palestine is pre-
sented under the auspices of the
Miami Beach Zionist District and
will be heard over Station WKAT
every Sunday at 9:15 p.m. The
next program in this series will
be "The Story of Chain) Woiz-
mann."
CALENDAR Of EVENTS
Friday, November 30. 1946
It.lh Jacob Synun"Kue. Uite I-> -
day night aervlca and lecture, w
p, m.
Saturday, December 1
Qama NIffht, Btoterhood of Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Sunday, December 2 _,._.
Hoth Jacob Sisterhood hanukah
Concert B:J0 p. m. Miami Beach
11 lull School .
Hi'th David Slaterhood Chanuaah
I .inner.
Monday, December 3
Temple Israel Slaterhood < hanu-
kah Evening Service, 8:00 to l*:00
p. m.
Miami Service League, 8:16 i> m.,
Town Y.
American Jewlah CongreaeWo-
men's Board Meeting.
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sla-
t. i-l......i Board Meeting, 1:30 p. m.
Federation Budget Committee, 00
p m Federation < ifflc.
Wednesday. December 5
(1 renter Miami Jewish Cultural
Committee lecture, Women's Club,
*n !.". p m
FIELDS RAISE $1,000
AT DINNER FOR HOME
MIAMI Y BEGINS
TWO NEW PROGRAMS
A program of athletics for
business men and arts and crafts
for children is being undertaken
bv the Miami YM & PWHA. The
class in calisthenics and other
sports for business men will be-
gin 11 a. m. Sunday under the
direction of Michael Rand, new
physical director. No charge
will be made.
Children of all age groups will
be taught arts and crafts on
Monday and Wednesday after
nouns at the Y by Miss Reva
Romcr. Registration is now open,
The kindling of Hanukah
lights was prohibited in the third
century of the Christian era in
Persia because the fire-worship
ping Magians. to whom fire was
sacred, were in power.
PALM BEACH ZIONISTS
ELECT BERNSTEIN
Dr. Joseph C. Bernstein was
recently elected president of the*
Palm Beach Zionist District.
Other officers are Leo Rader.
first vice-president: Louis Schut-
zer, second vice president; Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein, secretarv.
and M. B. Kalmutz, treasurer.
Prospect of enlisting member-
ship of 500 Palm Beach County
residents during the1 winter sea-
son is foreseen by Mr. Rader.
membership chairman.
At a recent meeting an ad-
dress by Adalbert Freedman and
a sound broadcast of "To the
American People" by Paul Muni
were featured.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
VICTORY
MARKET
2336 N. W. 7th Street
PHONE 4-9371
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ELSASSER'S
SERVICE STATION
7791 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-9296
Over $1,000 was raised for the
Jewish Home for the Aged at a
dinner given by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Fields at the Home Sun-
day. During the evening the
56th wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Gluck was
celebrated by the cutting of a
wedding cake.
Mrs. Joseph E. Rachovsky de-
livered the invocation. Songs
were rendered by Cantors Eman-
uel Balkan, Abraham Friedman
and Mrs. C. Herzog. Harold
Spaet. vice president of the
Home; Mrs. Joel Zalis, president
of the Auxiliary, and Rabbi Max
Shapiro were speakers. Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub served as
toastmistress. Flute selections
were played by Mr. Drucker.
Over 150 people attended.
VICTORY BONDS
BUY THEM ANYWHERE!
CENTER GAME NIGHT
Prizes and refreshments are
the attractions offered by the
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, which will hold
a game night tomorrow at 8:30
p.m. in the patio of the Center.
Mrs. Joseph Berman and Mrs.
Samuel Lipton have been select-
ed as co-chairmen of the affair.
Lincoln road merchants are do-
nating the prizes.
LEO'S
SERVICE STATION
Complete Garage Service
PAINTING
Body and Fender Work
WRECKS REBUILT
1799 N. W. 17th Ave.
PHONE 2-8883
LEO FRITZ. Prop.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
GREAT SOUTHERN
TIRE CO.
NEWUSEDRECAPPED
TIRES
22 N. W. 20th STREET
PHONE 3-1026
CHANUKA GREETINGS
%
GLOBE SHEET
METAL WORKS
GENERAL SHEET METAL
AND ROOFING
2220 N. E. Second Avenue
PHONE 9-2567
H. E. LAKE. Owner
TO ALL THE
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
ACOLITE NEON
SIGN CO.
11 N. W. South River Drive
PHONE 2-5334
CHANUA GREETS
BARNEY FRANK*
Pinter and Dec^
LICENSED and
INSURED CONTRACT
1329 S.W. lOlhStr^,
PHONE 2-8529
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Where Every Meal I* A Pleasant Memory
PONCE DE LEON RESTAURANT
2309 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
BREAKFASTLUNCHEONDINNER
SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOODS
Phone 4-9130 Coral Gobi*
CHANUKA GREETINGS
SMOKER'S GARAGE
TOWING SERVICE
127 N. E. 7th Street
PHONE 3-8749
i1
HARTLEY'S
AUTO TOP SHOP
152 N. E. 13th Street
WISHES ALL
A HAPPY
CHANUKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS
ALBERT'S
PHOTO STUDIO
HIGH CLASS PORTRAITS
EXPERT COPY WORK
PASSPORTS
KODAKS
PHOTO FINISHING
218 N. E. 1st Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TAMPA, FLORIDA
TO OUR OLD CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
SIKES MOTOR SALES
NOW LOCATED AT
976 West Flagler Street Phone 3-2286
WE BUY. SELL or TRADE
NICE STOCK OF SELECT CARS NOW AVAILABLE
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
CHANUKA
V
MARGARET
SUPER MARKETS
Get Your Contest Blank At All Stores And Join
GUILD WIN6
'NAME THIS MAN' Contest
WIN $650 IN VICTORY BONDS!
THIS MAN has been called a Pilgrim, a Red
Devil, also a Grape Grower. He is the trade
mark on every bottle of wine produced by
members of the Wine Growers Guild of Lodi.
California, an agricultural association of four
GRAND PRIZE$200 VICTORY BOND
to
3RD PRIZE$50 Victory Bond
.*' name submitted rnual be accompanied by the red
cellulose *eal (. a reasonable facsimile) whirl, can be found
at the top of any S|M container ,.f ,;U,M Wine Slrnnlv out
L.T*fi V"mf *"bml'"' '<"'" ho accompanied by separate
JjaMor facs.mile.. You may aubn.it as many n.^.Tyo"
J;J.V.l2K?f.i!?K.M!}mmad on r**"lar contest form These
non-profit cooperative wineries belonging
over 300 California wine grape growers.
Guild cellars are located in the choice Cali-
fornia wine districts of Lodi. Woodbridge.
Sanger and Cucamonga.
2ND PRIZE$100 Victory Bond
Next 12 Prizes$25 Victory Bond Each
CONTEST RULES
I Contest besina November lth and enda December 31at.
No employees of this firm or employees of any stores selling
Guild wine, will be allowed to participate In this contest
1 Mclslon of the Judaea la final. All entries remain the property
"f Modern Distributors If winning names are received In
duplicate duplicate awarda will be made.
I Mall your bottle seals (or facsimile) with entry blanks to
Modern Dlatrlbutors, 965 8. W. Sth St.. Miami, or return these
entry blanks to your OUILD dealer
-..,.j ...... fcw ju, *i_nrfi/ cieaiof.
Miami* Mr. PPa" B^uun' ifflJi* agT:A..g? !* V.ce.President. American National Bank.
' M "mi JffSffi Sun Trop.cs; Mr. George St. George, Browning.King
=c=________Clothiers, Flagler Street, Miami.


)AY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945
^JewisHlcrlciiati
PAGE NINETEEN
KEEPING PACE WITH
MIAMI'S PROGRESS
A
NEW
y BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION WILL BEGIN AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMIT
^ Let's have additional Meeting Rooms, Audi-
torium, Fully Equipped Gymnasium, Modern
Swimming Pool, Bowling Alleys and Other Much
Needed Facilities.
We Need Your Support of the
CAPITAL FUNDS CAMPAIGN
DECEMBER 1-31, 1945
Endorsed and Approved By the
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation

*
*
CAMPAIGN GOAL
$200,000
ATTENTION. RESIDENTS: ,____________ CPnvTrF Tn
thf MIAMI "Y" AFTER YEARS OF INTENSE EFFORT AND SERVICE TO
5S7?n2S?o?mRYffiWBH IffiSIDENT OF MIAMI THAT WE CAN COM-
KuK SSSaJeW Tin FACILITIES TO MEET
OUR EVERY NEED. HELP US HELP YUU!
wu GEORGE CHERTKOF, Campaign Manager
Give Generously!
GIVE NOW!
MIAMI Y. M. & Y. W. H. A.
~ i r7 es w 5th STREET, MIAMI PHONE 3-4012
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS 1567 S. W. 5th binr. _____
BACK OUR PLANS
WITH YOUR ACTION!

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CIRCLE TO GIVE
BANQUET. PARTY
I. Cohen, manager of the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, will
be tendered a banquet at 6 p.m.
Sunday at the Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave.. on the oc-
casion of his sixtieth birthday.
Workmen's Circle Branch 692 is
giving the dinner in his honor.
The Circle will also hold a
Chanuka celebration Sunday at
10 a.m. for children of its two
Yiddish schools which hold ses-
sions at the Lyceum and the
Town Y. The Chanuka party,
which will take place at the
Lyceum, will feature the story
of Chanuka in Yiddish and Yid-
dish songs and games.
Refreshments will be served
by the Ladies' Club of the
Circle.
FIRST OPEN MEETING
ADULT STUDIES
Sessions of the Adult Jewish
Studies are held every Tuesday
evening from 8 to 10 p.m. at
Beth David under the sponsor-
ship of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. Temple Israel. Beth
David and the Miami Y. Courses
in beginners and intermediate
Hebrew, Bible and Modern Jew-
ish History are offered.
SENATOR PRAISES
BIROBIDAJAN PROJECT
NEW YORK (JTA) Stating
that the achievements in the
Jewish Autonomous Region,
Birobidjan, constitute one an-
swer to some of the immediate
problems of rehabilitation of Eu-
ropean Jews, United States
Senator Harley M. Kilgore
praised the accomplishments of
the Ambijan committee which is
conducting a campaign to settle
30,000 Jewish refugee orphans in
Birobidjan, in an address deliv-
ered at a dinner at the Hotel j
Roosevelt, in honor of Mr. M. M.
Gousev, chairman of the Am- |
torg Trading Corporation.
James N. Rosenberg, Ameri-
can Jewish leader, also lauded
"the notable humanitarian work
of Ambijan, especially in help-
ing the Jewish refugee war or-
phans."
Fred Abrami Herbert Abrams
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE, INC.
Cleaning Specialists
Chimney*FloorsWindows
1665 Michigan Ave.
PHONE 5-5907
American Terrazzo
and Tile Co.
CRAFTSMEN IN TERRAZZO
1915 N. W. Miami Court
Miami, Florida
PHONE 9-2112
L. TOFFOLI
TO ALL .
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
CACTUS ROOM
GRILLE
STEAKSCHOPS
SEA FOODS
"Serving You Is Our Pleasure"
R. R. WILLIAMS
H. L. JARRETT
204 Biscayne Blvd.
First open meeting of the
newly formed Men's Club of
Temple Beth Sholom will be
held at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in
the Community Hall of the Tem-
ple at Chase Ave. and 41st St.
A program of humor will be fol-
lowed by refreshments. Men
who join the club at this meet-
ing will become charter mem
bers.
PRINCESS PARK STARS
TWO THRILL ACTS
Princess Park's nightly pro-
gram features two thrill acts.
Leo "Suicide" Simon, whose Dive
of Death from a 100-foot platform
into a tank of flaming gasoline
has thrilled millions kisses his
wife goodbye before each per-
formance, then climbs to his
perch about 100 feet above the
ground, saturates himself with
gasoline, as his assistant pours
many gallons of gasoline over j
the four-foot depth of water in
Ins circular tank only 20 feet in
diameter. As the ground assist-
ant sets the tank ablaze into a
roaring inferno. Simon also sets
himself afire and makes his
dive.
This nightly feature has been
supplemented with the Blondin-
Rellim Highwire Innovation, a
new aerial act. Rellim and his
company perform on swinging
bars 80 feet above the earth,
working without nets. The cou-
ple does aerial acrobatics, tight
wire tricks and bicycle riding on I
a swinging crossbar. Recently
perfected by Rellim, the act was |
conceived from 20 years' experi-
ence on the high wire aerial and
crossbar work throughout the
country.
Spivakovsky To Play
With U. Orchestra
Next to appear as guest artist
with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra is Tossy
Spivakovsky, violinist, who will
be presented December 9 and 10
at the Miami Senior High School
Auditorium. Modeste Alloo is
symphony conductor.
Since coming to the United
States in 1941, Spivakovsky has
been featured with the New
York Philharmonic Symphony,
the Cleveland Symphony, the
Chicago Orchestra, the Cincin-
nati Symphony, the NBC Sym-
phony, and the Toronto Sym-
phony.
Born in Odessa, Russia, he
studied under Arrigo Serato and
Willi Hess in Berlin. He made
his musical debut at the age of
10 and has toured Europe as a
soloist with many of the top
flight orchestras there.
In the light of the prescription
on imitating the Menorah, the
Jews of old fashion a lamp of
similar shape for the Hanukah
service by utilizing the Menorah
motif and adapting it to the
needs of an eight-day festival
by means of a lamp of four
semi-circles instead of three, with
the central shaft used for the
Shammash.
These two acts are nightly fea-
tures, but could be booked only
for a limited engagement at
Princess Park, Florida's Coney
Island, located at 6800 West
Flagler st.
R. W. BROWN & CO.
Fertilizer Manufacturers
SOUTHERN FLORIDA
FERTILIZER COMPANY
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertilizer
GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
FACTORY: GOULDS. FLORIDA
PHONE: Homestead 5-4451
Offices: South Miami. Fla.
PHONE 4-3375
CHANUKA GREETINGS
$
NORTH BAY
BOAT CQ.
471 N. E. 79th Street
PHONE 7-9598
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
!i!
DAN CHAPPEL
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
CHANUKA GREETINGS
PJHEI
'S STORE
221 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 9-2291
To All Our Friends and Patrons
CHANUKA WISHES
J. R. GETTY
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILWAY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SCOTT
011010 SERVICE
Authorized Scott
Radio Laboratory Service
For South Florida
Service On All Makes
7230 Bisc. Blvd. Phone 7-1252
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
$
DONOVAN'S
TAP ROOM
350 N. W. 8th Ave., Miami
CHANUKA GREETINGS
PAN-AMERICAN
CHEMICAL CO.
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
334 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3955
MIAMI. FLORIDA
The traditional Hanukah drei
dels four Hebrew letters on each
sideNun, Gimmel, Hay and
Shin, are the initials of the He-
brew words Ness Godel Hoych
Shorn, meaning "a great miracle
occurred there," the miracle be-
ing the eight days during which
the oil burned in the Temple.
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
9
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th STREET
PHONE 7-6693
NELSON
Automobile Service
875 West Flagler Street
$
Withes All
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
mia... *_BU|klinj
RANGES
R*0|||
WASHING MACH,NE8
PHONE 4.9822
Authorized Westinghoni,
Range Service
MO S. W. 22d AVENU
MIAMI, FLORID*
BUY A VICTORY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
"THE WORLD'S
FINEST IN FASHIONS"
LINCOLN ROAD
$M}
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
SKY CLUB, Inc.
3004 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-2021
NOW UNDER MANAGEMENT OF
FRANK FISHMAN MORRIS DRAPKIN
MAX'S
DELICATESSEN and RESTAURANT
1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Extend to All Patrons and Friends Sincere Wishes lot
A HAPPY CHANUKA
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
H. ERNEST OVERSTREET & ASSOCIATES
TAX COLLECTORS OFFICE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
iniir'T'
lull,,,
RUSSIAN AMERICAN CUISINE
Steaks Shaslik
\ A la Carte At AU Hours
Stalingrad Bar and Lounge
t Choicest Liquors
MIAMI BEACH
MOST HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO AU
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6058
Service On All Makes Radios
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Edith and Fritz "n**
SEAFOOD DINNERS
m
ALL YOU CAN EAT CLOSED MONDAYS
3236 N. MIAMI AVENUE PH0NE ***


TRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945
Beth David Plans
Election Dinner
The annual Beth David Con-
eiegational dinner tar members
Snd their wives will lake place
at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday m the
Beth David Auditorium. The
dinner will be followed by the
nnnual election of officers in the
Synagogue. Besides the election,
.he president's report will be
Biven by A1 Quadow and the
' financial status of the Congre-
gation will be reported on. The
Congregation is now in the midst
!of a $100,000 building fund cam-
paign
Beth David Sunday School's
xoewly formed Parent-Teacher
Association will meet at 2 p.m.
Wednesday afternoon in the
Synagogue to outline its program
of activities Newly elected of-
ficers of the Mfcool student body
will be introduced.
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE
;New Home Auxiliary
1 Launches Campaign
A campaign to enlist 500 new
route bers before the end of the
yew was launched at a board
nieetw^J of the new Miami Beach
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Home
for the Aged Tuesday. Mrs. S.
Hitter and Mrs. J. Plotkin were
';, istessea at the meeting.
Vlrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs.
Louis Glasser were appointed
, ihaiWien of the membership
rfomajfttee. Officers of the Aux-
iliary art Mrs. Benjamin Sherry,
prudent: Mrs Harold Spaet,
Mrs. &1. .'ArnP-ld anc* Mrs- Max
G roenbita}, x>we presidents; Mrs.
J. PlotlojR, vtraasurer; Mrs. G.
Goldberg, ^cording secretary;
Mrs. J. Shavp, -assistant record-
ing secretary; tMip. jP. Wein-
ovig, financial HMtWI $&*> R-
B<'k, corresponding secretary,
ana Mrs. M. Krieger, parliarnen-
,Oper> meetings of the Auxiliary
w\u>.be>hrld at the conclusion of
the anemWsh'P campaign.___
BOWL TICKETS GO
TO CONTEST WINNER
Deadline for submitting en-
tries in the Jewish Book Review
contest has been set for Decem-
ber 15, according to the Jewish
Book Council of Greater Miami,
which is sponsoring the contest
in observance of Jewish Book
month. First prize will be two
tickets for the Orange Bowl
game.
The contest is open to residents
of Greater Miami. Beviews
should be of books of Jewish
content, written by Jew or non-
Jew, and may be on any Jewish
subject. The review should be
submitted on 8x10 paper and
limited to 750 words.
Top sheet of the entry should
include title and author of book,
and name, age, address and tele-
phone number of the reviewer.
Professional book reviewers
are barred from entering the con-
test. All reviews must be sent
to the Jewish Book Council, in
care of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, 318 Congress bldg.,
Miami 22.
PLAN LATKE PARTY
The annual I.atke and Card
Party of the Beth David Sister-
hood will take place 8 p.m. Sun-
day, December 9, in the audi-
torium. Chanuka refreshments
will be served and door prizes
will be awarded. Tickets may
be obtained at the door or by
caUin* the general chairmen,
Mrs. L*>uis Hartz and Mrs. Harry
Gordoa. a* 2-7135.
Chorus at 8 p.m. Tax inclusive
admission Is 90 cents. A four-
piece union band will provide
Vie music. Entertainment and
refreshments will also be offered.
The Chorus is a singing group,
under the direction of Louis
Powesky.
CHORUS HOLDS DANCE
Beth David Auditorium will be
the scene of a C&anuka dance
tomorrow evening jgyven under
the auspices of the MRirith Folk
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Shorekxnd Insurance
& Realty Co.
Shoreland Arcade
PHONE 3-8681
SEASON'S GREETINGS
L0RA*PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR
WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
BUY A VICTORY BOND
Bsst With** to
Jewish Friends i
Our Miio
nd Ptrw*
MIAMI COAX.
AND OIL CO,
1106 1. W. 22nd 6TtttT
PHONE 2-78H


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AUTO GLASS
Installed While
You Wait
SAFETY AND PLATE GLASS
Glass Parts
1849 N. W. 20Jh St.. Ph. 2-7730
SEASON'
SBEETING
from
5 O'CLOC
Cl.UB
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Now Under Management of CHAS. FRIEDMAN
MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT
219S N. W. 12th AVENUE
A HMPPr f
u C. Bar & Pactege
Store
600 FIFTH STREET
PHONE 5-5121
A HAPPY CHANUKA
New York Meat
Market
619 Washington Ave.
PHONE 5-1197
CH.
\NUKA
CrtJifc.
TINGS
blUJf.
ELECTRIC
COM
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Alexander Orr, Jr.
Inc.
PLUMBERS
218 N. E. 6th Street
PHONE 2-3119
BUY A VICTORY BOND
CHANUKA GHCBSVGS
Hogan Reirigensu^n
Service
Specializing in
KELTINATOR and NORGE
Genuine Factory Parts Used
1BOMPT SERVICE
6023 & E. Second Avenue
PHONE 78-2442
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
DRAKE & DRAKE
CarpetsLinoleumsWorkroom and Installation Service
3030 N. W. 8th AVENUE
PHONE 2-5053

TO ALL-A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
V
TOM DUPREE
REAL ESTATE
-741 DADE BLVD. PHONE 58-1688
A HAPFT CHANUKA
TWIN OAKS
GRILLE
628 S. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-8810
Ak* Tvroft Milton. JW
_________________ .___
SEASON* BEST WISHES FROM
:D',W\Y2ER'S METAL SHOP
27341f,)j1.-gpA Avenue Phone 2-5211
SO^ AND W*#RANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
176 N. E. 20th Street
n
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
i|J
CAPT.
JAMES
E.
SCOTT
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA |^'...I
- BALL AND CHAIN RESTAURANT
2147 S, W. 8th Street ***

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GREETINGS FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
c&w
SHOP
339 N. E. First Avenue
I
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D.W.McCOY M W
*\ REAL ESTATE BROKER I
REGISTERED ^ j^ ITS BHANChes
REAL ESTATE It. MIAMI 35. FLA.
1549 S. W. 8th STREET
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PICCOLO'S
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RE.
^TAURANT
Beer. Wine
Piua
Liquors
Broiled Steaks, Chops, Sea
ITALIAN DINNERS from .
136 Collins Av... M. B. Opn P.jJ},
OPEN EVERY DAY
Food
M.00
* 2 A.M.
t.
W31
PHONE 5-
HAPPY CHANUKA
Florida Sales Co., Inc.
2229 N. W. FIRST COURT
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BEST. WISHES FOR A HAPPY.CHANUKA
TOr OUR MANY FRIENDS
BINNA LEE IMPORTERS. Inc.
B03 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI REACH
%
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
MIAMI TIN SHOP
75 S. W. 8th STREET ^
PHONE 2-3596

SHEET METAL WORKS OF ALL KINDS
HOTEL and RESTAURANT WORK
i i.
FREE ESTIMATES"
A MA.
SALES >
EDWARD L>
Reg". :Bmoiu
"f|
"PY CHANUKA
_ RENTALS
OWENS
>r
Phone 6-1922
1175 Everglades Concourse
(Normandy Isle
tffimfiSJ
Beach)
PHONE 3-7633.
/', TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHRNJKA
B
FRANK STRAW
Electriccd Contractor
WIRING FLUORESCEUrrS SERVICE REPAIRS
1236 N. E. SECOND AVENUE PHONE 3-1369
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PARTY TO FEATURE
WAR BOND AUCTION
A one hundred dollar war
bond, a piece of property and an
antique will be auctioned at the
Chanuka Jamboree to be given
by the Sisterhood of Temple
Israel Monday evening in Kap-
lan hall. Tickets have been sent
out to members and will also be
available at the door.
Entertainment will also in-
clude fortune telling, games of
chance, dancing and refresh-
ments. The December hostess
committee in charge of the af-
fair is composed of the Mes-
dames Harry Kozakosf, Irving
Kobley, Dan Ruskin, Gerald
Lewis, Max rovitz. M a u r y
Koven, Albert Seiden, Lester
Hart, Harold Spaet, Henry
Wolff, Clarence Feuer, Stella
Hantman, Albert Hirsch, Henry
Hirsch, Carl Hyman, Maxwell
Hyman, Manual Joseloff, Albert
Kahn, Samuel Karns, Arthur
Kahn and B. S. Kahn.
HOLLYWOOD GIRL
MARRIES IN N. Y. C.
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th
t.; Saul Appelbaum, Rabbi; Re-
form Friday evening services win
feature the ri-nilitioii <'f Handel h
Judas .Mac-all. us with narration
by KaMd Appelbaum. a reception j"
Kaplan hall will follow. Mrs Malvin
Llchter will be In charm', assisted
liv the M.sdani.'s Henry Kauftiiiann.
Marvin C, l-Yrednian. .1 Bppsteln,
Edward Greenwood, Albert Green,
Hanv Hoyell and Ixmls 11..yell.
Regular Sabbath morning service*,
Saturday, ll a. m. The Confirmation
.lass has its sessions with Itabhl
Appelbaum in a m Saturday,
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
ave.Friday evening services. &:*<
p. in. Saturday morning services at
: a in Dally services at :> a. m, and
6:10 p. m. Junior congregation ser-
vices Saturday at !' a. m.
Schaarel Zedek Talmud Torah,
S. W. 3rd It.
Itabbi I ture."
chant
at
1545
Miss Dena Guzik. daughter of
Mrs. Mark A. Jacobson, Holly-
wood, was married to Lt. Bart-
rum Ruff of New York City in
Manhattan on November 17. The
bride was recently honored by
the B'nai B'rith Young Women
of Broward County at a shower
in the home of Miss Ruth Ferdi-
nand.
Guests were Mrs. D. C. Ferdi-
nand, Mrs. Jacobson. Mrs. Jack
Reiss, Mrs. Arthur Stone. Mrs.
Rose Kirsh, Mrs. Lillian Tartar,
Miss Terese Neuwahl, Miss Mu-
riel Rosner. Miss Mary Anne
Shapiro, Miss Inna Weinstcin.
and Miss Jewel Simon.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chaie
ave. at 41 >t St.. Miami Beach; Leon
Kronish. Rabbi; Samuel Kelemer,
Cantor; Liberal Frlilaj evening ser-
vice, B:15 p. ni. Rabbi Kronish will
speak .'ti "The Spirit of the Ma.ea-
l.....s Lives On." A social hour will
follow.* Mrs. Arthur England, Mis
Charles Ginsberg, Mr* Leon Robinson
and Mrs David Phillips will i>. hos-
tesses. Saturday morning service
10:43 a. in Cantor Kelemer will chant
at all services a IS minute organ
pi elude in pn cede i ach service.
Religious school Sunday morning l"
i. in Hebrew classes weekday after-
n....ns n it ]. in ah children between
tin- age* of 6 and II are Invited to
register.
MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY
CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach; Irving Lehrman. Rabbi: Con-
servative l-Yiday evening services at
5 p. in. Late FYlday evening s.r-
BUY A VICTORY BOND
GREETINGS FROM
Miami Conservatory
Women's Club Building
1737 N. Bayshore Drive
MIAMI BEACH
761 West 41it Street
SEASONS GREETINGS
HOTELS
LINCOLN CENTER
BEACON
EL-PASO
SENATE
REND ALE
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
National Welding Supplies Co., Inc.
2120 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-0581
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
WEST FLAGLER STREETAT THE BRIDGE
EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
vices. 8:15 p. m.
Bpeak on "Our Balute lo the Future
Cantor Knmnuel Rarkan will
the services, assisted by the Center
choir, under the direction of Joseph
Schrelliman. Saturday morning ser-
vices at 9 a. m.. at which time
Charles William l.evlne will become
Bar Mitzva. Rabbi l*hl man will
preach Oil "The Weekly Portion '
the Law." Junior congregation Sat-
urday morning at 10 u. in. BaWrday
evening Mlncha at f. p. m.. followed
hv Shale- Sudos and Maariv. AiiA-
HH<;-liar Mitcvah breakfast Sunday
morning at 9 a. m. Hebrew school
and Sunday school now In session
Y,.uth Council activities every .Mon-
day. Tuesday. Thursday and Satur-
day evenings Aria and crafts on
Wednesday afternoons. t haiiuKa
party for children of religious school
Sunday morning at 9 a. m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
301-311 Washington ave.. M i a m i
Beach; Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi;
Orthodox Friday evening services at
R-1S p m. Late Friday services at
s 3H p in Habhl Mescheloff will
peak on "War and Peaoe." Cantor
Loull D. Feder will lead c.ininunal
singing Adult morning se,w,-.s 8:M
R ,,i Saturday. Rabbi Mescheloft
will speak on "Dream of Toner.
Junior service* for children of ele-
mentary school age n> a. in.; Inter-
mediate services for adolescents 10
CHANUKA GREETINGS
ROGER & TOM'S
FORGE
HAND WROUGHT IRON.
BRONZE. ETC.
1456 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-1272
a. m. Illble study at 4 p. m. under
the leadership of Samuel 1. Fried-
man Shalos Sudos at 5:16 p. m.
Hiibbl Mescheloff will apeak on "The
Portion of the Week." Sunday school
from 1" to nOOB. Religious school
dally from 4 to 7 p. m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID,
135 N. W. Third ave.; Max Shapiro,
Rabbi; ConservativeRabbi Shapiro
will be honored at Friday evening
services 8:1.1 p. m. by the Congrega-
tion and sisterhood in celebration of
his Hth year of service. Sal.l.ath ser-
vices at 8:10 a. m. and Student
services at 1030 n. m. Saturday. All
Sunday and Hebrew school atudents
will meet at the Capitol theater this
Sunday morning nt 9:30 a. m. for a
I'nlted Chanuka celebration.
who were convertediT,*?*
n the'eighth century,^J*"*
Hanukah. 'was namj
SEASONS GREETING8
Auto Lock & Supply
Company
1304 N. E. Second Avenu.
PHONE 9.3144
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Linen Marking Shirt Lettering
Chenille and Felt Lettering
NORTON & McCORMICK
610 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2-5224
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Koch & Prachel Body Builders
2253 N. W. Firt Avenue Phone 9-2341
Sincere Greetings To Our
Many Friends and Customers
RED TOP CAB AND
BAGGAGE CO.
"Always Call the Red Top"
PHONE 3-3131
MIAMI
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
George S. O'Kell
Uj
PHONE 2-5707
H. GRADY GOSWICK
220 Civic Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
*
Representing
Pan American Surety Co.
Florida Surety Co.
The Trygendeer Corporation
American Bonding Co.
SINCERE GREETINGS
m
WOFFORD HOTEL
A. CARFANO, Manager and Director
$
2400 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH
KNIGHT TRAILER SALES AND PARTS
PARTS FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS
We Specialize in Repairing, Remodeling and Painting
NEW AND USED TRAILERS BOUGHT AND SOLD
FINANCED
7923 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 7-2228

A MOST
HAPPY CHANUKA
FRED HART
Real Estate
Broker
2665 Coral Way
PHONE 48-2172
$
SS0
WELCOME BACK
To Your Job!
01th569ol our Sumhin. Saivic m.mbeiswho
entered the armed ervice. 53 are already back
with ua and they know how glad we, and their
^ other Ineiuls in the com-
munity, are lo have them
beck permanently.
To the loved one* ol those
11 who gave their lives in
the great cause goes our
r.eartlalt sympathy that this
aacribc. was necemry
To th. hundneds still to come
back, |uat remember that the
walcome mat will stay out un-
til you've all coma borne
You' v. all done a grand tob, and
we're anxiously looking jotwasd
to the day when you'll be back
FLORIDA



FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1945
'Jewlsfithrfdlati
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
face Facts
GEORGE TALIANOFF
Fla. ADL Director
Hotel operators are busy peo-
ple these days. With the im-
pending season scheduled to be
t banner one, each morning
hrings an ever increasing load
of mail of all typesinquiries
for accommodations, for jobs,
advertisements, circulars, etc.
The most prone to find their
wav quickly and expeditiously
to "the waste paper buckets are
the leaflets and circulars, espe-
cially of the mimeographed
variety.
Yet one such sterotyped m-
auirv despite its unattractive
form'and lack of hand writen
signature, was not disposed of
in the usual manner.
"We would like to know too
if your hotel is 'restricted' or
uossibly if you will accept a lim-
ited number of superior He-
brews,' wrote the enterprising
but somewhat misguided repre-
sentative of a well known tour-
ist agency.
This unfortunate phraseology
prompted several significant re-
plies from busy hotel managers,
according to a survey conducted
by the ADL office. One such
response is especially worthy of
reprint. Its significance is more
apparent when it is noted that
the author is a gentile himself.
"I am returning a form let-
ter which was sent out by
your company and would like
to have you or the genius who
formed this letter give me a
definition of a superior Hebrew
or a superior Christian. I am
sure that you, like myself,
must have been touched
wholeheartedly by this last
war and I am sure you will
remember as well as 1 do that
this was started by a so-called
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
We Extend Chanuka
Greetings To All
MIAMI VACUUM
CLEANERS COMPANY
1312 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-7838
SEASON'S GREETINGS
A. H. BRANNON
FIRST STATE BANK
OF MIAMI SPRINGS
Canal Street
IN THE MAIL BOX
ONE MAN'S OPINION
Nov. 19, 1945.
Editor, The Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida
Dear Sir:
I quite agree with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman's article. "Religion
or Nationalism"in that it con-
clusively and indubitably proves
that Zionism and Reform Juda-
ism are thoroughly incompatible.
Sincerely yours,
DR. CARL N. HERMAN.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
*
I.E.
PIANOS
BOUGHT and SOLD
2380 N. W. Seventh Street
PHONE 4-5965
CHANUKA GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Street
PHONE 5-5908
MIAMI BEACH
master race and I am also sure
that you must have gritted
your teeth just as I did when
a propagandist by name of
Goebbels kept talking about
what the masterrace was go-
ing to do this world.
"Now let us change the
scene a bit and picture a
thousand hotel managers
throughout the country receiv-
ing a letter such as the en-
closed. Some of them no
doubt just threw the letter in
the wastebasket and forgot
about it. I felt thai way my-
self, but somehow I could not
bring myself to do it. If I let
a letter of this sort go by with-
out expressing my sentiments,
my brother, who lost his life
in this war, and many like
him would haunt me for the
rest of my days. Particularly
more so when I am of the
same faith as you.
"No, Mr. ------------, there are
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
2156 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
no superior Hebrews, neither
are there superior Christians.
If we are to continue our
American way of life we must
use terms that will not be of-
fensive to our American way
of life.
"Your firm enjoys a reputa-
tion far too precious to be
jeopardized by such a missive
as this."
We are inclined to assume that
the nomenclature, "superior He-
brew," is the product of an un-
witting dupe who. like millions
of Americans, had been exposed
to Hitlerian propaganda for
twelve years. We have com-
plete faith in the fairmindedness
of the American people. The
theory of master racism ex-
ploded in the face of the Nazis.
Yet the seeds they planted will
take years to extricate.
*****
Have you seen, "It Happened
In Springfield," now being
shown in our neighborhood mov-
ies? It is a must for all thinking
Americans.
NEWMAN'S
SIGNS
"WE MADE SIGNS
BEFORE
WE COULD TALK"
332 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-1603
y*
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
T
TRUCKING
1812 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-3144

CHANUKA GREETINGS
iji
JUDGE
HENRY L.
OPPENBORN
ijt
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
P. A. AUSLEY
66 N. W. 4th Street
*
A
HAPPY
CHANUKA
TO ALL
ALLAPATTAH
BAKERY
COFFEE CAKE PASTRIES
DECORATIVE CAKES
For All Occasions
1714 N. W. 36th St.
Phone 3-2260
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SKAGSETH
STATIONERY CO.
53 N. E. FIRST STREET
PHONES 2-8491 3-4061
1492 Wash. Ave., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-0894
CHANUKA GREETINGS
*
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
WH. J. BROWN
Seybold Building
PHONE 3-7020
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
Mil HOTEL
O. FISCHER. Mgr.
204 Biscayne Blvd.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
yj
ZIONISTS CHANGE
YOUTH RALLY DATE
Postponement of its Youth
Rally till December 9 was an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth commission this
week. The affair is for men and
women between the ages of 18
and 25. Purpose of the event is
to help establish Masada groups
for young men in Miami and
Miami Beach and augment the
membership drive of Junior Ha-
dassah. Dr. S. G. Schneider is
co-ordinator of the various com-
mittees of the commission.
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Frank'sHService Station
& Atlantic Express
302 Collins Avenue
PHONE 5-4929
CHANUKA GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
Optometrist
CONGRESS BUILDING
STREET EI.OOR
PHONE 2-5254
RICHTER'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. FLAGLER STREET
PHONE 3-2197
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY CHANUKA
CHAS. M. TANENBAUM
of
The Bryan Park Pharmacy
HAPPY CHANUKA
BROWNLEY'S
247 East Flaaler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
CandiesFountain
Luncheonette, Home Made
and Boxed Candies
CARMEL CORN
BUY A VICTORY BOND
RACING
POST
P.M.
AT THI
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRON'S
E
MATTRESS
2027 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 3-2023
%3kack
GREETINGS S. 1. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST 515 First National Bank Bldg. PHONE 3.4884

NATIONALLY FAMOUS
GREYHOUND STARS
i i Matched
IN 10 GREAT RACES

EVERY WEEKDAY NITE
#etf
TIAGIER
KENNEL CLUB,

DAILY
DOUBLE
lit 4 3d Races
ADM. 25c
Available Transportation
Bus service from Bur-
dine's First St. entrance
and Red Adams bus line,
Professional Bldg., 218
N. E. 2nd Ave. All
busses direct to the
track.
Quinielas
Every Race
No Minors
Admitted
West FLAGLER at 37th Avenue
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
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OBITUARIES
MARLOWE
Mrs. Minnie Marlow, 68. died at
her home, 1525 Pennsylvania ave.,
Miami lteaeh, Monday. She came
here one year ago from Bronx, N. Y.
Surviving are the husband, Samuel
Marlow, of Miami Beach, and three
sons, Oeorge, of Philadelphia; Henry,
of Miami Beach, and Sanford, of El
Pasti. Tex. Services were held Thurs-
dav In Riverside Memorial chapel,
builal In Mt. Nebo cemetery.
FEINBERQ
Maurice Felnhrrg. 83. retired mer-
chant, of 421 Hibiscus drive, died
Monday in a hospital following a
brief illness. He came to Miami 26
years ago from Savannah, Oa. Sur-
viving are the wife, Mrs. Beoky Fein-
berg, three sons, Marx M., Miami
attornev. and Milton 1). and Albert
H both of Chicago; a daughter, Mrs.
Kadle Peutsch. of Berkeley. Cal- and
three sisters, S. Katx. of Miami, and
1* Oerber and F. Bellah. both of
Savannah. The body was sent to
Savannah by Gordon Funeral home.
WIT
Mrs. Berlin Wit. 19J1 Normandy-
Isle, died Saturday in a Miami Beach
hospital. She came here five years
ago from New York city. Surviving
are her husband. Adolph Wit. Nor-
mandy Isle a daughter, Mrs. Oeorge
Tale, Miami, anil two sons. Leonard.
Coral Oables, and John Wit. Lo*
Angeles. Palmer Funeral home has
sent the body to New York city.
SELIQ
Mrs. Margaret Sellg. 59. of 1322
S. W. Seventh et.. died Tuesday in
a hospital. She came from New York
city five years ago, and Is survived
by her husband, Mortimer, of Miami.
Arrangements are being made by
Gordon Funeral home.
MARCUS
Isadore Marcus, 117. of 1257 S W
lr.th st.. died Tuesday Is a hospital.
A painter, he came from Far Rocka-
way, L. I.. N. Y., two years :iK" He
leaves his wife, Mrs. Blanche Msr-
.us. Miami: three sons. Julius. Rich-
ard anil Bernard, and two daughters.
Mrs. Sylvia Perelson and Miss Rhnda
Marcus, all of Far Roikaway. Ser-
vices Thursday In Gordon chapel.
Burial will be in Ml. Neho cemetery.
COHEN
Jerry Cohen, t-year-old eon of Mr,
and Mrs. Arnold Cohen of Tampa,
died Nov. 19 after a sadden illness.
He was the grandson of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Roaenthal of 160J N. i: First
ave., Miami Jerry was a student
leader at the Robert BS l-"' Elemen-
tary school. Tampa, where his mother
was president <>f the Parent-Teacher
association. He also attended He-
brew and Sunday schools at the
Rodof Shalom synagogue and was a
cub scout. Funeral services were
conducted by Rabbi David Zlelonka
assisted by the Rev, Marry Gold.
Burial was in the Sharre Zeilek
cemetery. Besides the grandparents,
those attending the funeral from
Miami were Miss Evelyn Rosenthal,
an aunt; Abe Rosenthal, great-
uncle: Morris Harris, uncle, and
Harry Gold Mrs. Moe Nankin and
Joe Cohen, an aunt and uncle, came
from Ft Lauderdale. Mrs. Minnie
Persoff of Delray Beach also at-
tended.
"TABLE-TESTED"
POULTRY
AND EGGS
Strictly Fresh Eggs
Fresh Killed Poultry
W. P. CORBITT
Poultry fS Egg Co.
1335 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 3-6028
GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY
INC.
Complete Abstract and
Title Insurance Service
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
First National Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
DR. W. H. ELLIS
1100 N. E. First Avenue
Miami, Fla.
PHONE 3-3453
MILLS
Funeral services were held In
Chicago for Mrs. Ulllan Oelbspan
Mills, 81. of 129 Woshlngton Aye.,
who died recently In that city.
She came to Miami Beach 12 years
ago from the Illinois city.
She was recording secretary of the
women's branch of the American Jew-
ish Congress and was a membor of
the national board of United Syna-
gogues of America.
She la survived by a son. Eugene
Golbspan, Chicago, and two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Florence Frank of Mis ml
Beach and Mrs. Helen Salsman. Chi-
cago.
EIFER
Isadore Elfer, B7, died last Satur-
day at his home. 440 S W. Fifth Ave.
He came from Detroit two years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jennie
Klfer. Miami, and two sons The
body was sent to Detroit by Gordon
Funeral home.
SMOENHOLTZ
David Khoenholtz. fit;, passed away
of a heart attack at 1200 Kuclld Ave .
Miami Beach Surviving are his
wife. Mrs. Ida BhoenholtS, and three
daughters. Including Mrs. Ruth Sch-
wartz, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Ned
Pallant, Miami The body was sent
to New York by Riverside Memorial
ehnpel.
ADELMAN
Funeral services were held In
Brooklyn for Mrs Sadie Adelman. r,6.
1020 Sixth St.. who died here last
week She came here two years
ago from New York.
She Is survived by her husband,
Aaron Adelman, a son. Dr. Maurice
R. Vlnkoff of El Paso. Texas, and
two daughters, Including Miss Paul-
ine Vlnkoff of Miami Beach. River-
side chapel setit the body to New
York.
BARBASH
Jacob Barbash, 71. retired automo-
bile rental agency operator who came
here 14 years ago from New York
City, died last week at his home. 1441
S. W. Fifth St. Surviving are his
wife. Mrs Pauline Barbash. and two
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS
SAM'S
SEA FOOD
MARKET
723 N. W. 20th Street
CHANUKA GREETINGS
COLLINS
REFINISHING SHOP
3647 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 4-0498
B ENTO N'S
Equipment & Supply
Company
"WESTINGHOUSE
AIR COMPRESSORS"
2651 N. W. 20th Street
PHONE 2-7666
P. T. BENTON, Owner
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Concha Restaurant
1101 N. Miami Avenue
tf
Spenish Meals Our Specially
We Serve Parties On
Request
PHONE 2-9210
sons. Leo and David, both of Miami
The body was sent to New York
Tuesday by Riverside Memorial
chap*'. ______
WAWHAW
fcOlril Warshaw. U. of 304 Ocean
Dr. Miami Reach, died recently l.a
hospital. He came from Brookl>n
NY. three years ago and Is.iiirvlRed
by his wife, Mrs. Oella Warshaw,
Miami Bench. The body was sent to
New York by Riverside Memorial
chapel. ______
HOROWITZ
Mrs. Rose Horowitz, 68. died Tues-
day ut her home, 541 Michigan Ave .
Miami Beach. She came from New
York Cltv three years ago and Is sur-
vived by her husband. Isaac, and five
daughters, Including Miss Tlllle Horo-
wltx Mrs. Dorothy (loldsteln, Mrs
Itett'v Goldman and Mrs. Ada Marcus,
all of Miami Beach. Services were
held November 20, at Riverside
Memorial chapel, followed by burial
In Mt. Nebo cemetery.
HENOEL
I>uls Hcndel. 72, who came from
Pittsburgh 16 years ago, died Nov. 20
nt his home, 900 Euclid Ave Miami
Beach. Surviving are his wife. Mrs.
Sadie Handel, Miami Beach; five sons
and a daughter. The body has been
sent to Pittsburgh by Riverside Me-
morial chapel.
Weddings may take place on
Hanukah, but not on Purim. al-
though both are minor festivals
in the Hebrew calendar.
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends end Perrons
Bake Rite Bakery, Inc.
471 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 3-7923
CHARRON WILLIAMS
Commercial College
Special Night School Classes
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
6:30 to 9:00 P. M.
SIXTH FLOOR POSTAL BLDO.
PHONE 3-4859
Mary Williams, B.C.S.. Dir.
KOFOED TO ADDRESS
HOLLYWOOD GROUP
Jack Kofoed, newspaper col-
umnist and radio commentator,
will be guest speaker at a meet-
ing of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood Wednesday eve-
ning. 8:30 p.m., at the Central
School Auditorium. His talk. "A
Newspaperman Looks Around,"
will be followed by a forum.
The meeting is open to the pub-
DENNIS A. CRAY
REALTOR
2410 PONCE OE LEON BLVD.
CORAL GABLES, FLA.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
COLONIAL SCHOOL
Resident and Day Students
f{f
1438 Lincoln Rood
PHONE 5-5116
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Eatabite Sandwich
Shops
1145 N. E. Second Avenue
PHONE 2-9361
AND
1652 N. E. Second Avenue
PHONE 3-3009
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI REACH
-A
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Up to Dale Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411

By Victory Bond,
CHANUKA GREETINGS
WILLIAM E. COOK
936 Everglades Concoun*
PHONE 6-3755
RENTALS SALES
MIAMI BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
Fenimore Apartments and Hotel
1200 EUCLID AVENUE
Wish All Their Friends and Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS
M. AND M. DREDGING AND
CONSTRUCTION CO.
POSTAL BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL. INC.
Slate Distributor
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
GASOLINE AND DIESEL
410 N. E. 13lh STREET PHONE 2-1577
Sylvan Paterno Upholstering
1359 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 3-0744
Wishes All Their Friends and Patrons
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WOMEN'S APPAREL
738 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-3429
To Jewry
. EVERYWHERE
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
CHANUKA
R. T. JEFFRIES
of
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
CHANUKA GREETINGS
G. M. A. CLUB
150 S. E. First Street
Phone 2-8669