The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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19_NUMBER 50
MIAMI 1
Ii2!HP^J^AY. DECEMBER 13. 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
EA'S BIGGEST DRIVE TO OPEN SUNDAY
kt fund-raising campaign
jjertakcn by Greater Mi-
,ry. a drive for $2,500,000
lit Sinai hospital, will
ithed on three fronts Sun-
has been designated
tai Hospital Day. Jewish
. mil gather at a series
tches in Miami and Miami
, open the campaign of-
hear the findings
my on the hospital situa-
: ami and Dade
[dressing the importance
Idjig anothi i hospital here
lucted by Dr. Jacob J.
jirecUi of the Hospital
[Disease: New York, and
lority en municipal hos-
Ihe survey estab-
beneed i I Greater Miami
10-bed g-ni-i al hospital, at
mate cost of nearly $4,-
It is anticipated that the
campaign will reach the one
million mark following the
brunchei.
Formal announcement will be
made regarding a plan for the
observance of kashrus in the op-
eration of the proposed ho
In asking members of the Ji w-
ish community to assume re-
sponsibility for the vast under-
taking, Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
campaign chairman and president
of Mt. Sinai hospital, asserted
that "confidence in the future of
Greater Miami as one of the coun-
try's greatest health centers i an
best be typified by supporting
what we intend to be one of the
outstanding hospitals of the
South."
Meyer stressed the fact that
contributors may make their do-
nations to perpetuate the mi
of a loved one or honor the name
of a living person.
DR. GOLUB
Sunday's meetings will be spon-
sored by the hospital committee
.and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, of which it is an af-
filiate. For Miami residents, the
brunch will be in the Alcazar
hotel, with J, Gerald Lewis pre-
siding. Joseph M. Lipton and
.Joseph Rose are cochairmen for
the meeting at the Royal Palm
hotel, Miami Beach. Jack Ab-
bott and Jack Burris will preside
at another brunch in the Shel-
borne hotel, Miami Beach.
The coordinated Federation-
hospital committee campaign will
ie led by Wm. D. Singer, general
chairman. Assisting Meyer on
the special committee are Marcie
Liberman, campaign treasurer;
Sam Blank, chairman of initial
gifts; Max Orovitz, chairman of
special gifts; David Phillips, win-
ter residents; Leonard Wien,
visitors; Arthur A. Ungar and
Henry H. Hyman, firm gifts; Dr.
Louis G. Lytton and Dr. Charles
Werblow, physicians; Jacob Sher,
race tracks; Harold Salvey and
Liberman, amusements; Leo
Eisenstein, memorials.
The campaign will end on
April 15, 1947. Morris Klass,
executive director of the Federa-
tion, is campaign director. Cam-
paign headquarters are in the
Federation offices in the Congress
bldg. A special Beach office, un-
der the direction of Samuel
Swerdloff, will be at 1660 Michi-
gan ave.
A series of radio programs will
be dedicated to the campaign
Sunday. Leaders of the drive
will be heard on Station WIOD
at 1:15 p.m. and on WKAT at 8:45
p.m. Other stations are expected
to devote time to the drive.
1
U.S.
lESTIK PARTITION PLAN
IE (JTA! President Truman did not commit the United
j the proposal of the Jewish Agency for the partitioning
Kine into Jewish and Arab states, but merely said that
S. government will support a compromise between this
jiond the British "federalization plan," Dr. Abba Hillel
: president of the Zionist Organization of America, told
laid Zionist Congress.
Hiking on the activities of American Jewry, Dr. Silver
it clear that he did not intend at present to embark on a
Bon of the position of American Zionists on "the partition
Pi in Washing-*-------------
e of the HOME GETS $19,339 IN
"Uld "" DOLLAR BILL DRIVE
Jerusalem Is Scene
Of Pitched Battle
JERUSALEM (JTA)Jeru-
salem was the scene of a pitched
battle last week between British
troops and Jewish
Il/il HURLS BITTER CHARGE
IT BRITISH AT
fct foi session.
Silver praised Truman for
Iforthrightly "for thte first
pith thi ranted in-
fion" of King Ibn Saud in
Wine issui He also ana-
Berica's roi< in the Pales-
stion atnre Ht;i9, describ-
Tnere benevolent neu-
Heads Praesidium
isidium of 16 headed by
i Weizmann was elect-
trie sessions of the
at a meeting marked
P clashes which high-
1 'he political cleavages
I "ie delegates.
*m Dr. w, izmann'a elec-
f a vote of 191 to 48, with
nchi delegates abstaining,
'"nichman, a Revision-
man arose and bitterly
"waged Zionist leader,
that his policy had
"movement to its pres-
wstrophic situation."
lwsionists cannot "ap-
"^mann's policy now
"a has entered a new
rj>stance and offen-
tman Stated- "w-'iz-
^ymbollzethemovo.
a whole. \v,
Ri*fflhad the
\'n-ival."
J Attacked
>r Unan"!1"us elections
r^'um. which consists
l>r <>' the Mapai, four
^nists. tw<
one Hash,,
e cannot be-
move-
Revision-
homer-Hatzair and
"mued on
Page 4)
Receipts from the dollar bill
campaign of the Jewish Home
for the Aged totalled S19.339
Tuesday morning, according to
Max Greenberg, 1100 14lh st.
Contributions had been re-
ceived from 3.782 of the five
thousand persons who had been
sent a one dollar bill with a
request for funds to help con-
struct the Home.
"I firmly believe that when
all the envelopes are returned
and the tabulation is com-
pleted, it will be an honor to
every one who participated in
this project," Greenberg stated.
Support For 1
"We will not rest or call an
end to our task until we achieve
complete crystallization of the
public opinion in the community
towards Zionism and complete
mobilization of every Jew in Mi-
ami Beach. That will be the
measure of our contribution and
encouragement to those leaders
at the World Zionist Congress now
laboring for the rebirth and re-
generation of our people."
BASLE, Dec. 9 (JTA>The twenty-second World Zionist Con-
rorists aress'irsl Post-war gathering of the highest body of the World
r Zionist movementopened here today in the Mustermesse,
! *%* encounter in f,ve | largest hall in Basle, with an address by Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
Sirens were sounded through-
out the city as the skies above
the Jewish quarter were lit by
king house-to-
- exchanged shots
lurking terrorists. A cur-
lew down on the
entin but luted the next
no nin
The incident 01 gan with the
: a taxi in the Street of
the P the Jewish quar-
. nin two riders. The ex-
plos illowed by two oth-
blasts in adjoining streets, one
of which occurred near the
Machnt Yehu I | station. A
ide wi thrown at Arab
ling the resi-
Sii E n B irker, Bnt-
ander-in-chief, and re-
inforcements were lushed there.
Terrorists Penetrate Camp
The Palestine government
does not intend to invoke mar-
tial law in an attempt to halt
terrorist activities, a govern-
ment spokesman announced
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
president of the Jewish Agency, in which he appealed to the
British government either to carry out the provisions of the
Palestine Mandate "in the spirit and in the letter," or to sur-
render the mandate after first creating a "political finality" in
Palestine by establishing a Jewish State.
More than 370 delegates from 61 countries, as well as 2,000
-----------------------*juests and spectators, including
w i s\ l e-_ diplomats from various legations
Moishe Oysher to Sing
Local Concert Sunday
Moishe Oysher, probably the
most well-known contemporary
Yiddish singer, will arrive today
from New York for his first local
appearance. Oysher will be pre-
sented 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Miami Beach Senior High school,
1420 Drexel ave.
Star of the Yiddish stage and
radio, Oysher has appeared in a
number of motion pictures in-
cluding "Song of Russia," "Yan-
kele the Blacksmith" and "The
Cantor's Son.
During the war, he sang at a
number of benefit performances,
including a rally at Madison
(CONTINUED ON PAGE
5)
isliiiv Unpledged At Beach
rk D Burris, president of the "The British have not permitted
n. d the legal and a Jewish national home to come
' Pr r the into being. It is neither Jewish,
political events surrounding the mtoWtt g^ ^ ^^
venture in Palestine.
This was the promise
We do not ask for the favors
of the countries of Europe. We
demand justice and the realiza-
tion of the provisions guaran-
teed to us by a mandate ap-
proved and signed by 52 of the
nations of the world, he de-
"rSmg issue with England's
minister, Dr.. Andron
Ernest Bevin recently
asserted that tie mandate never
David S. Andron. chairman 01
the Miami Beach Zionist districts
campaign for 3,000 new members
- in an address to the huge^ crowd
**m Hatzajr d ^ M.ami B n h
came IT?' the hool Monday evening to mark
Hash? ^i,r f,re from the convening of the World Zion-
1st Congress" in Basle. Switzer-1 ^ ^ point*
land.
,t Df. fl '
National Jewish commonweal*
"statehood in Palestine He
Sdonly a Jewish national horn
s mtended, and that objective
S been reasonably attained. We
national, or home. Arabs are
permitted and encouraged to roam
at will, migrating into the coun-
try without quota or restriction,
while Jewish immigration which,
under the mandate, England was
sworn to facilitate, has been
blocked and curtailed to a negli-
gible minimum.
"Stoppage is not immigration:
captivity in displaced persons
camps and in Cyprus is not the
facilitation of citizenship; and
mass graveyards in Europe and
malicious blockades to the en-
trance of Jews to Palestine does
not, under any definition of the
term, constitute the facilitation
of the establishment of a Jewish
national home.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
in Switzerland, heard the veteran
leader of the World Zionist move-
ment bitterly charge Britain with
being largely responsible for the
annihilation by the Nazis of mil-
lions of Jews in Europe. If Brit-
ain had not kept the doors of
Palestine closed to Jews, under
its White Paper policy, many
could have found refuge in Pales-
tine instead of being asphyxiated
in gas chambers, he stressed. At
the same time, he pointed out
that the Jews do not want to
drive the British out of Palestine,
but insist that they carry out the
terms of the mandate which pro-
vide for the establishment of a
Jewish national home.
Dr. Weizmann made no direct
reference in his 5,000-word key-
note speech to the question of
Jewish participation in the con-
ference on Palestine which will
resume in London next month.
Nor did he refer to the burning
issue of partitioning Palestine in-
to separate Jewish and Arab
states. These two questions are
the central points of interest at
the Congress.
Condemns Terrorism
The aged Zionist leader scath-
ingly condemned the use of ter-
rorism in Palestine. Terrorist
activities, he said, are alien to the
Jewish spirit and an insult to
Jewish history. "Jews came to
Palestine to build, not to destroy,"
he pointed out. He denounced
the "heroics of suicidal violence"
and called for the "courage of
endurance."
"Terrorist acts," he told the
Congress, "apart from being mor-
ally abhorrent, are also barren
of all advantage. They expose
our hard-won achievements to
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Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder
and son, J. Louis, arrived here
this week following a six
months' tour of Canada, Nova
Scotia, New England, New
York state and Virginia. Stop-
ping at the Everglades hotel
for a month, they will visit with
Mrs. Binder's mother, Mrs. Ethel
Shochet, and other relatives.
On Jan. 7 they will leave for
Hot Springs where they will
spend a month, after which they
will travel to Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Drey-
fus will hold open house from
2 to 6 p.m. Sunday in honor of
their daughter, Mrs. Charlotte
D. Simon, and grand-daughter,
Heather Bayme Simon, of Dal-
las, Tex., and Miss Sadie Moss
of New York. Miss Moss is
Mrs. Dreyfus' sister. All friends
are invited to attend. No in-
vitations have been sent .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Corn-
blum are in Cleveland where
they are celebrating the 25th
anniversary of Mr. Cornblum's
factory there. Before going
north they visited Havana with
their daughter, Maxine Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon,
4326 Sheridan ave.. flew to
Washington, D. C, last week
to attend the Bar Mitzva of their
grandson, Leonard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Colman Bulman .
Muriel Sandra Sedon, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Sedon, 520 S. W. 26th rd., will
celebrate her 13th birthday with
a barbecue for her classmates
Sunday. Muriel's birthday is
Dec. 26, but she is celebrating
it early because many of her
friends will be out of town at
that time .
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Gates
of New York flew here last
week with their niece, Miss
Natalie Frankel, on her return
from the national Junior Ha-
dassah convention. They are
the houseguests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Frankel .
Friday the Thirteenth is a
! lucky day for Barry and Leslie
I Halpert who will both celebrate
j their birthdays today. Four
and two-year-old sons of Mr.
land Mrs. Buddy Halpert, 3350
S. W. Sixth St., Barry and Les-
, lie will entertain a small group
| of their friends this afternoon.
Movies will highlight the party.
Miss Arlene Jacobson, vice
president of Omega chapter,
Delta Phi Epsilon, at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will attend the
international convention of the
sorority in Montreal Dec. 26.
Mrs. A. J. Rosen, 139 Merid-
ian ave., returned to Miami;
Beach this week after spending
the summer in Brooklyn. She
was accompanied by her hus-
band, the Rev. Rosen, who will
visit here for a few weeks.
Pvt. Emanuel M. Stadlan is
spending a ten-day furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Stadlan, and sister, Adinah
Ruth, 1622 Michigan ave. Be-
fore entering the service, he
attended the University of Mi-
ami and was active in Zionist
youth groups .
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Byron,
who were married in Washing-
ton, D. C, Dec. 1, are spending
their honeymoon at the Monroe
Towers hotel, Miami Beach.
They will return tomorrow to
the capital where Mr. Byron is
i employed as a government ac-
countant .
Anne Rubin of the Dorannei
Charm school has returned I
from Providence, R. I., where
she spent three weeks. Her
mother, Mrs. Bertha Marks, died
there Nov. 12 .
Evelyn Pearlman, of New
York, is the houseguest of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Schachno of Mi-
ami Beach .
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kanter.
of Passaic, N. J., will arrive
here next week with their
daughters, Norma and Mari-
anne, to visit Mrs. Ranter's par-
Marjory Rosengarten
Engaged to Iowan
Th,. engagement of Marjory
Selma Rosengarten to Marvin J.
Zuckerman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Zuckerman of Dubuque.
l,,wa is announced today by her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten, 5H60 Pine Tree dr.
M a Rosengarten attended
Mount Ida Junior college in
Newton Center. Mass., and is a
graduate of the University of
Alabama where she was a mem-
ber of Sigma Delta Tau sorority.
Mr. Zuckerman attended the
Universities of Cincinnati and In-
diana and was recently discharg-
ed from the Army after three
years' service.
An early spring wedding is be-
ing planned
Three Groups Plan
New Year's Eve Party
Tlie Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus will celebrate New Year's
Eve With the Jewish Peoples Fra-
ternal Order and the Ambijan
committee at a party to be cater-
ed by Trotzky's kosher cuisine at
the Hotel Edwards.
A dance orchestra and a mas-
ter of ceremonies will be on hand.
Subscription is $7.50. Reserva-
tions may be made with Mrs. Irv-
ing Birnberg and Mrs. Nathan
Shandloff.
A Variety Art Party, held by
the Chous Sunday evening under
the direction of Louis Powesky,
featured Rose Arons and Naomi
Cohen, sopranos; David Pavulon,
tenor; Zuni Maud, panlominnst.
and Mr. Fried, pianist.
Luncheon, New Project
Concern Sisterhood
Members of Beth David Sister-
hood, now in the midst of a nap-
kin project, will take time out to
celebrate Chanukah at a latke
luncheon, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday,
in the vestry rooms of the syna-
gogue.
Louis Heiman, new president
of the congregation) will be prin-
cipal speaker. A holiday skit,
written by Mrs. Max Shapiro,
will be presented by Mrs. Moe
Feingold, Mrs. Nat Blumberg,
Mrs. David Rayvis and Mrs. S. B.
Miller.
Six-year-old Richard Cromer
will play the piano. The Rev.
Maurice Mamches will entertain
with songs. Mrs. Shapiro and
Mrs. Harry Gordon are in charge
of the program.
A huge banquet cloth, with
names of donors embroidered on
it, will be the result of the Sis-
terhood's napkin project. The
cloth, to be used for special oc-
casions at Beth David, will be
made from individual napkins on
which a Mogen David and 30
donors' names are embroidered.
Women who are responsible for
obtaining 30 donors will be en-
titled to two tickets to the Sister-
hood's luncheon to be held in
April at the Roney Plaza.
Chairman of the project is
Mrs. B. Sterling, assisted by Mrs.
Ben Essen, co-chairman, and Mrs.
Maurice Sager, treasurer.
13.1
J|** Names
W^dtag Attend^,
At
J P-m. Sunday m.
"n "f Mr. and Mr, pA
J3 Median **^
the daughter of Mr ,
Philip JWr.fi jy
Irv.r.g I.(.hrman w.ll *
ceremony.
Mrs- Boa Schwart2b( 1
bridegroom's sister wiufl
ron of honor and the ,i|
Barish, Frances StelzerO
and Geraldine GoldfedJ*'
bridesmaids.
The bride's brother,
Steir, will serve as best i1H-
the ushers will be Arthur SI
Richard Simmons, Kenn.
man and Jay Owen.
Relatives from New y*
ending the wedding willbel
Steir, Mr. and Mrs. Meverl
Joseph Strip. Edward s'tej
Mollie Steir, Mr. and Mrs
Shavy and Dave Schwart
After a one-week honej
in Havana, the couple will
to Miami Beach where t
make their home.
Latke Party Planned
In celebration of Chanukah, the
Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold
a Latke party Tuesday evening.
Dec 24. at Beth Jacob synagogue.
The program will be prepared in
the spirit of a Maccabean festival.
Mrs. Pauline Chill is chairman.
DR. FRANK S. FINGER
OPTOMETRIST
Announces the Opining of H, Office in the Gable. Theatre Building
203 Alcazar Avenue. Coral Gable*
CONTACT LENSES FITTED REPAIRS
Telephone 48-1390
EYES EXAMINED
An evening of
ical delight
THE JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE
P RESESTS
MARGUERITE
JULIUS
KOZENNsCHAJES
SOPRANO
PIANIST

IN A PROGRAM OF JEWISH AND CLASSICAL MUSIC
Sunday, Dec. 22nd, at 8:30 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Tickets May Be Secured at the Miami YM & YWHA,
The Miami Beach YM & WHA. and the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Admission: $1.80. including tax
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schonfeld. They will be ac-
companied by Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Imberg and children,
Kermit and Elaine. Mrs. Im-
berg is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Marks of Miami.
Sidney H. Palmer returned to
Miami this week after visiting
in Atlanta .
Mrs. Benjamin Silverman,
Toledo. Ohio, was honored at
a luncheon given Wednesday
by Mrs. J. B. Liebenthal, 9012
Collins ave. Guests attending
were the Mesdames B. Stone,
S. Reymer, S. Jacobs, S. Silver-
man, J. Miller and A. Rakoff.
Surprising Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Kasow, 551 N. E. 69th St.,
with a visit, Aaron Block, Mrs.
Kasow's brother, arrived from
New York last week .
Celebrating their 49th wed-
ding anniversary tonight, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Goldstein,
1520 S. W. Fifth st., wUl be
honored during services at Beth
David synagogue.
Miss Marcella Shechter was
honored at a cocktail party and
shower Sunday at the Boule-
vard room of the Alcazar hotel.
Hosts were her aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Topper,
727 Jefferson ave. Miss Shech-
ter, bride-elect of Max L. Kahn,
Spartanburg. S. C, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
J. Shechter, Miami Beach. She
has set her wedding date for
Jan. 6 .
JNWA Inducts Officers
At Chanukah Event
Installation of officers of the
Jewish National Workers' Alli-
ance will be held at a Chanukah
celebration Saturday evening
Dec. 21, at the Beach Y.
Featured on the program will
be the Silverman quartet, Can-
tor A. Friedman, A. M. Dorff,
Mrs. Mollie Kauffman and Mrs.
Shubov.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will install
the new officers who are David
Freedman, chairman; Henry
Seitlin, secretary; H. Hantman,
financial secretary; Dr. Harry
Queen, hospital; D. Doroshinsky,
treasurer.
Refreshments will be served
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
A. M. Dorff and Mrs. L. Mintzes.
The public is invited to attend.
COHEN-PARKER
The marriage of Miss L
Cohen to Jack Parker, sen|
and Mrs. Isador Tachanik,|
lyn, NY., took place st|
Cantors hall in Brooklyi
day. The bride's parents, 1
Mrs. Harry Cohen, Dorcha
tel, Miami Beach, went I
York to attend the weddi
A graduate of ColumbJ
versity, Mr. Parker is
ployed by Sinclair Oil col
Mrs. Parker attended
versity of Pennsylvania.
The couple will resl
Brooklyn after a hor.eymof
through the New England!
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Gaily gift packaged.
set $1.50*
Chen Yu's Fan gift sets
. containing large and
small bottle nail lacquer
and protective twincote.
set $r
Fingertip gift sets con-
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twincote and nail lacquer.
Brightly boxed for under
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L pgEMBEBM; 1946
L^dHome Group
(fork Anniversary
flnjamin Sherry will be-
yond yer :,s Presldent
krM,ami'n''^-h Women's
to the Jewish Home
Kjcd following her in-
L noxt week.
Q of office will be giv|
^Sydney I- Weintraub at
vNhrv's tint anniversary
fiT12:30 P.m. Tuesday
fwofford hotel.
'. to be installed are Mrs.
llmAppel.M'* MaxGreen-
r,crs Weintraub, Mrs. Sam
i'^'Mrs. Phill'P Wcinberg.
KSdents; Mrs. Benjamin
ftoancial secretary! Mrs.
feck corresponding secre-
Iik Morris Sparber, assist-
VespondmR secretary; Mrs.
Ll/Cowen. recording sec-
tgrs. Jacob Plotkin, treas-
lilrs A. J Tobin, auditor.
Veesare Mrs.Moscs Krieger,
k,x Weiss and Mrs. Harold
Lt. Mis. I. Chavez is chap-
, program will include the
j of the Chanukah can-
L- Rabbi C'olman A. Zwit-
I jucst speaker, and presen-
\ of piano selections by Mrs.
i Goldstein.
jof the fust people to be-
[intercsted in the welfare of
jople in the local area, Mrs.
k calls helping the aged her
L hobby. She has been
fled with the BMZ Home
Aged in Chicago for the
years and founded the
[junior auxiliary 27 years
Active in the American
i C'ngre.-s .md other or-
Jjtons. she has been a resi-
fof Miami Beach since 1943.
iated at :i luncheon given
i Max Greenberg and Mrs.
pPlotkin last year, the Beach
to the local Home for
I now boasts 600 mem-
i Philip Weinberg, 1239 Al-
,and Mrs. Rose Beck, 1571
^ylvania ave are in charge
(anniversary event. Reser-
i will be closed today.
^J^htlkridlian
MRS. SHERRY
Jews Resentful
IDAPEST iJTA)The Jews
igary are bitterly resentful
(action of the court of ap-
, which last week sharply
d death sentences imposed
Rons responsible for the
udaras pogrom, which cost
|ves of four Jews, and strong
are contemplated, in-
. street demonstrations,
[Stoeckler. president of the
i Community council, said
First Evening Review
Set By Miami AJC
First evening book review will
be sponsored by the Miami chap-
ter, Women's division of the
American Jewish Congress, 8
p.m. Monday at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation, 590
S.W. 17th ave., Mrs. Morris W.
Weinberg, cultural chairman, an-
nounces.
Mr. I. M. Weinstein will review-
Arthur Koestler's "Thieves in the
Night," best selling novel about
contemporary Palestine. Both the
Jewish and Arab side of the
story are presented by the author
who has been likened to Tolstoy,
Dostoevsky and Dickens in his
dramatization.
Evening reviews may be held
from time to time if the first one
proves successful, Mrs. Weinberg
said.
Lehrmans to Be Hosts
At Chanukah Reception
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man will be hosts at their an-
nual Chanukah reception from
2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at their
home.
Guests will include members
of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center and Sisterhood and
other friends of the Lehrmans.
No invitations have been is-
sued.
This is the fourth year that
Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman have
held open house at the Beach
on Chanukah.
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
Topper's Food Market
p COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Strictly T^a 'rc-p'-iQc Meat and Poultry Market
ALSO DELICATESSEN. GROCERIES and FRUIT
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MIAMI BEACH
Wed.-Thurs.. Dec. 18-19
BIG THREE PART ALL-RUSSIAN SHOW!
A" UNFORGETTABLE STORY OF LENINGRAD'S
YOUNGEST HEROES!
'n<*o There Was A Girl
Acclaimed by the Press
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AND
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AH Russian Dialogue English Titles
Women's Clubs Form
Coordinating Group
of^nation "f th- "***
duhSii >y Jewish w~'s
be undertaken by ew
oup which selected M,l JJ
" I- Weintraub as temporary
t ''' first meeting
ruesday morning.
.,.'' '' .inference of Jewish
Organizations will
"" Permanent officers at a
:""";'> """"> to which the
-" 'dent and one representative
1 -h club will be Invited
Serving with Mrs. Weintraub
while the conference is in the or-
ganization stage is a st.
committee composed of Mrs Elry
Mom.- treasurer; Mrs, George
rding secretary;
Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, presi-
dent of Temple Israel Sisterhood;
2n\,L"uis Glasser. pwrt
the Miami Beach Women's divi-
sion, American Jewish Congress;
Monte Selig, repn ntin
'he Miami section, National Coun-
eil of Jewisl Women, and Mrs
S monhoff, Hadassah.
Isaac Levin was chair-
man of the meeting Tues
Timplo Israel.
; MASADA TO SPONSOR
MOONLIGHT CRUISE
A moonlight dancing cruise
is the event in store for Masada
Thursday evening. Guests will
board the Showboat at the
Fifth st., Miami Beach dock at
8:15 p.m., according to Al Cur-
son, chairman.
Tickets, priced at $1.25 per
person, may be purchased at
fhe boat. Proceeds will aid the
recently formed group in its
Zionist activities.
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Congregation Chooses
Heiman As President
Louis Heiman, chairman of the
special gilts division of the Beth
David building fund campaign,
was elected president of the con-
gregation at a meeting last Wed-
nesday.
Elected with Heiman were Sam
Weissel, vice president; Max
Swartz, treasurer; Burnett Roth,
[(cording secretary; Murray G.
Cohen, financial secretary.
New members of the board of
directors are Oscar Argintar,
David Brown, Sidney Lcfcourt,
Dr. Harold Rand and Bernard A.
Sterling. Holdover board mem-
bers are Jack August. Harry
Markowitz, Albert Quadow, Jacob
Sher and Hyman Sootin.
Dr. Andron to Speak
On Zionist Broadcast
On the air every Sunday eve-
ning, the Miami Beach Zionist
MM-, district is key-
ing its Decem-
tt*~ V'^'H '"''' '"""'easts
to the World
Zionist Con-
gress now
meeting in
Basle, Switzer-
land.
Dr. David S.
Andron, chair-
man of the
DR. andron Beach district's
current drive to enroll 3,000 new
members, will be principal speak-
er on the program this Sunday
at 7:45 p.m. over Station WKAT.
BEACH B'NAI B'RITH TO
HEAR JDA REPORT
"Linked In Freedom's Cause,"
a film describing the work of the
Anti-Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith and the American Jewish
committee will be exhibited at
the next meeting of the Miami
Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith, 8
p.m. Tuesday, at the National
hotel auditorium, 17th st. and the
Ocean.
Charles Wax, southeastern re-
gional representative of the Joint
Defense Appeal, will be the prin-
cipal speaker. His topic will be
"Combatting Bigotry in Amer-
ica."
The program will also include
a report by Godfrey Newman re-
garding the veterans service work
being conducted by the lodge at
Nautilus hospital. A formal pres-
entation ceremony of hospital and
recreational equipment will be
held at the Nautilus hospital
Monday.
Members, their wives and
friends are invited to attend the
meeting which will be held in
conjunction with the Miami
Beach chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
en.
Iva Kitchell, dance humorist,
will make a local appearance
Dec. 28 under the auspices of
the Community Concert Series
of the Beach Y.
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S. W. 81h St.
Phone
3-9305
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Lessons may be arranged at Mr. Schreibman's Studio in the
Miami School of Applied Arls or at your home. Call the
school, 3-4163, or Mr. Schraflsman's residence, 5-4715, for
appointment.
Formerly a teacher at Temple University of Philadelphia. Mr.
Schreibman is a graduate of Charkow Conservatory of Music,
in Russia.
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2nd St. every .^"hmtoSS at 7 p.m. and at 20-minute intervals
S,a^Vm^7om following "'n".:lSth St. and Collins Ave.. 23rd St.
until 8 p.m. from fo"Owing Co,|ins Ave. Sportsman Bus Serv.ce-
and Collins Ave. 71st "< station 7tn St. and Collins Ave.. and
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An Parking tot. 'H"""""*^!? t0 79th St.. left to N. E. 2nd Ave..
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a non-sectarian
Editorial
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
A Jewish sponsored hospital for Greater
mittently planned during the past nine years,
medical institution under the auspices of the local Jewish com-
munity will become a reality by 1948 if our citizenry will
respond to the call of the Mt. Sinai hospital committee.
Mt. Sinai Hospital DaySunday. Dec. 15- will officially
inaugurate the effort to secure a minimum of $2,500,000 to erect
a 200-bed hospital.
Hospital trustees have promised that no person will be
denied the facilities of Mt. Sinai because of his reliqious creed.
Equally important to the prospective contributor is the indica-
tion that approximately one-half of the hospital's facilities will
be devoted to semi-private and ward patients.
These are among the reasons Jewish residents and winter
visitors of Greater Miami should feel privileqed to be asked to
build Mt. Sinai. Upon these two groups rests the responsibility
of subscribing the campaign. An excellent opportunity is pre-
sented to contribute with the dedication opportunities offered.
The leadership of the drive merits our confidence, knowing
full well that they will carry this hope of long standing to a
speedy fruition.
The need for additional hospital facilities here cannot be
denied. Mt. Sinai hospi'al, the contribution of the Jewish people |
to the general community, will be a permanent symbol of our
people's tradition of building a better world, of our people's
adherence to the principles of humanitarianism and brother-
hood.
CHANUKAH
Chanukah has always had a privileged position in the Jew-
ish heart. The Chanukah liqhts seem to glimmer with a poetic
beauty. The holiday is a season foi the exchange of gifts.
We become partners, as it were, in the journey of life. We
experience the joy of giving, which in itself is a kind of sacrifice,
but it is one sacrifice which we can make which seems com-
posed of all joy.
Chanukah has thus ever been a season of joy, but these
SOUTHERN ADL DIRECTOR LAUDS JEW
FOR EDUCATING POSEIC AGAINST NITII
ATLANTA. GoTwo lonely,
would-be feuhrers sil today in the
headquarters of the Columbian!
n Atlanta, surveying the shoddy
remnants of their hate order.
United State! as "extremely en-
couraging."
"The press, the clergy, civic
leaders and public officials led
the assault not only against the
SShlSr followers scurrying ... Co,u\Wf ^emselves^ but also
K authoriUes to make full con- *** J ".goted philosophies
essions with indictments and then- leaders expressed.'
,,.,,,, actions mounting over-' M.llor contrasted informed pub-
whelmingly. with no meeting hall "<\ of *** w,th Public
and with finances at a low ebb, "P""n on'v a decade ago which
ne meteoric career of this Hit- "g"7 V'Wl "?* **> f
ler-like organization seems to be the Nazi-American bund and s,m-
, ilar organizations. The alertness
!of the public to the danger of
orders like the Columbians may
be traced to its being so much
better informed, he stated. That
the public is so much better in-
The rapid decline of the Colum-
bians is a direct result of aroused
public ( pinion, according to Alex-
ander F. Miller, S mtheastern reg-
ional director of the Anti-Defa-
mation league.
"We tend sometimes to lose
perspective by focusing too much
'...n on the rise of te
formed, in turn, may be attrib-
uted to the intensive educational
efforts over the past several
years by the Anti-Defamation
league, the American Jewish com-
organizations and not enough on rnittee, and similar organizations.
the splendid, wholesome attitude Commendation was also ex-
of the general public, as mdi- pressed by Miller for the remark-
rated by then immediate and ;,i,|c unity and self-discipline of
sharp rejection of these groups," the Atlanta Jewish community in
he said. the face of a flood of unwarrant-
Miller pointed to the healthy ed and provoking attacks. He
name of mind prevalent in the, paid tribute to the public rela-
WEIZMAMN HURLS BITTER CHARGE
found themselves excluded on
racial mounds from all but five
per cent of the land."
Assures Arabs of Peace
icont.nued from p.ige D their native homeland, the coun-
ibe prospect of destruction, and ,... ,,. u __ ,,
,. '. try of the National Home, thev
they lead us to a bottomless abyss .....j ,,______,.__ ___>..j.j __
..f nihilism and dfJspair." He ex-
pressed the certainty that the
Congress will support the efforts
'f the Jewish institutions in,
Palestine to combat the "vicious Touching upon the question of
movements which threaten the Arab-Jewish relationship. Dr.
[ood name of the Yishuv and its Weizmann said that this relation-
very survival snip "is too often envisaged in
J Dr. Weizmann pointed out that terms, "f incompatibility and con-
years somehow we can experience the message of Chanukah h(, (i( nol underestimate "the '
more profoundly. The reason for this is a very simple one. A
period of history can best be appreciated by an analoqous
period and today we live in an era which bears many striking
resemblances to the period of the Maccabeans.
Tho Maccabean period connotes first of all to us a period of
triumph, but before the triumph there was defeat, abject almost
to the point of despair. The villain in the Chanukah period was
Anticchus. We get a clue to his character when we recall
that he liked to be called the Madman, and his plottings against
the lews fully bore up the name. He mede war against the
Jrw? and his war was mixed with a surpassing contempt for the
Jews. The Jews who resisted him in the hour when the whole
fate of their future history hung in the balance were morally
discouraged, disorganized and seemingly standing little chance
of any successful resistance.
In that hour of dire despair, the valor of the Maccabeans,
and those who responded to the call of Judas Maccabeus, saved
the day. We are wont to recall that when Judas Maccabeus
entered the Temple he found only enough oil for one day but
it lasted for eight days. But the true miracle of Chanukah was
that a relatively few men accomplished so much. We recall
the words of Winston Churchill durina the war that never "did
a country owe so much to so few." Such, too, was the miracle
of Chanukah. Without the Maccabean victory there would
have been no Jews and not any Christianity either, for that
matter, for the extermination of the Jews would have precluded
the birth of Christianity.
The message of Chanukah is an eternally valid one, namely,
that in the darkest hours there may yet come deliverance if our
hearts falter not. "*'tfT^BSWsT
flat He reviewed Arab-Jewish
pressures which have been relations since the period follow -
at work" on the minds of Jew- World War 1 to prove that
sh youth in Palestine and have "it was not always so," and point-
jiven rise to a feeling of despair. "' "u! ,hat thc Arab PeP|e now.
It \\..s the cruel destiny of our Poaaeaa seven independent states
young generati n," he said, "to :'ll(i lhi,t trR,>' have emerged un-
see their kinsmen brutally mur- scathed from wars which have,
lered in Europe while they sto d devastated the Jews.
by helpless and impotent. The "Before the whole world I have
White Paper policj prevented said that our work has brought
them from rising to the rescue, no injury to the Arab peoples,"
ni.l later that policy forbade he declared. "Against the sterile
\e the few survivors assumption of conflict, we set
'.1. m Providi nee had spared. In the higher conception of potential
ns committee of ft,-
Community counca^J
m;m- Julia" V. Boehn '
whom much activity
,""'1 Particular praWl
mender Paul Ginsberg
The virtual collapse
Columbians does not n
end of organized amu
B> the South, M,ncr '
predicted the rise In ,
"lure of slar lur.atkj
hate groups that would]
capitalize on the furore
by this organization.
Miller pledged tthe Cfl
alert efforts of the Anti-M
'""'i league in spotting 5nl
ocratic groups and relJ
exposing them. The lean
continue to cooperate
other forces concerned
eradication front the sea
sml of the seeds of w;j|
from which spung orgaaf
like the Columbians, hJ
eluded.
accord. We wish to bring!
effort into harmonj j
wider interests of the
East. But if we are to i
the res| ect which we.
national rights of others i
recogn zed for u.-."
Dr. Weizmann pointed!
ret. nt It tter sent by Prl
Truman to King Ibn Saudi
ing that it is not aeainstf
terests of the A:., ..:(
the immigration of Jrt
Palestine and the recogn
the J tional Ha)
whole-heartedly concur
opinion."' ho stated.
T
U.S.
(Continued from Page I)
the L'Achdut Avoda, which are
. the extreme left of the groups
represented at the Congress.
Moshe Erem, speaking for the
L'Achdut Avoda, called the Re-
visionists "Jewish fascists.'* and
i that tb. y should not be
allowed to sit in the Congress,
in i' the N.w Zionist Organiza-
tion has not been dissolved
Eliez r Prai of the Hashomer
Hat r said his party considered
the Revisionists "an element for-
Jewisfa state, if not in my genera-
tion, then in the next." Some
observers interpreted the state-
ment as an indication that the
Zionist leader did not expect that
piesent demands for a Jewish
state will be realized.
The memorial s rvices brought
tears to the eyes of most of the
delegates as they stood in silence
for a moment, while the lights
in the auditorium were dimmed
and the flickering shadows cast
AMG LEGAL 0FFI(|
RECOMMENDS CC
MUNICH [JTA I |
ommending the istubkshi
a DP court system and al
degree of self-governs!
camp- f .r displaced Jew!
been i mpli ted by Capt
legal aide P
Philip S. Bernstein, adv|
affair! to I'-Ij
it was learned 1
week
The report, which will I
leased soon, was prepared!
basis of an intensive stuffl
! and disciplinary Pl
the DP camps. The DPI
were ordered to cease fcj
ing last week following f
investigation into one
malfeasance on thc part'
judge in the FoehreiwaKj
near here.
National Commander
To Address Beach JWV
Col. Milton Richman. of Hart-
ford, Conn., new national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, will address a community
meeting to he* sponsored by the
Miami Beach JWV post 330 Jan
1. according to Harry Adams.
Beach commander.
Richman will attend the Orange
bowl game with local JWV mem-
bers before the rally, which will
be held at the American Legion
home. Miami Beach.
A veteran of both World Wars,
Col. Richman was in combat on
Normandy Beach and in Germany
with General Patton's Third
Army. After the Nazi surrender
ihe was attached to the wai ti il
i commission
George J. Talianoff. Florida
regional director of the Anti-
Defamation league, will be
guest speaker at the JWV meet-
ing this Wednesday evening at
the Beach American Legion
hall. He will speak on "Dan-
gerous Flare-Upt."
A military dance is being
planned for Feb. 23 by the post
as a fund-raising project to fi-
nance erection of a local JWV
home.
A report on the national con-
vention held recently in Atlantic
City was given at the last meet-
ing by Adams who was a delegate
Plans for bringing the next na-
tional convention to the Miami
area were discussed.
eigr to Zionism, which perverts h-v tw0 huKe black candles Pla>"
the real picture of our struggle." ed over Dr. Weizmann as he
He als chai g< d that the Revision- stood beneath black-draped Zion-
ists were at the Congress illeg-list flags.
ally, sm.e theii readmission to Calls for Continued Resistance
the World Zionist Organization Speaking on "Fifty Years of
had never been approved by the Zionism," Rabbi Stephen S. Wise.
Zionists Action., committee or the who was English secretary of
'' "1l:ms- the Second Zionist Congress, held
The American members of the In this city in 1898, called on the
pracsidium are Mrs. Judith Jews of Palestine "to resist, re-
Epstein of the Hadassah and sist, resist oppression of our
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, general brothers, but let no deeds soil
Zionist; Hayim Greenberg. La- the blameless record of our long.
bor Zionist, and Joseph Shecht- unsullied history." If the high
moral standards of Zionism are
| forgotten, he warned, it will sink
'to "the level of rabble-rousing
by Dr. | chauvinism."
Reviewing Zionist history, he
man. United Zionist Revision-
is.;.
Does Not Expect State
cryptic statement
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' m Europe aroused consid- us throughout two generations of
':l peculation among the resettlement than the White Pa-
' '''' -;- Reviewing the mar- per, the failure to reject which
iyro ..n ol Jewry and Its struggle was a terrible blunder by all of
W rebuild a national i,t,. i ,.a|.. us wnicn he added, -cost the
^1"Uk ''"' MBe tron' 'ii- lives of tens of thousands of
member we are going to have a Jews."
VOLUME 19 ,31


LuHsaa
1946
D
DR! FOR YISHUV REPLEDGED
^J^l^fhrid/an
PAGE FIVE
ed from Pfl 1>
ff fflonism has come of
Klin .concluded. -
'Dr.
ingfr
stand in
intends to
aWe with bated breath,
shea L the innocuous state-
,il,n, fall from the lips of
t and statesmen who
Kir ind.vidual expressions
C fort and solace for our peo-
if ''
n/of favor or protestations
fe ndship. The Jewish peo-
i'has mapped its course and
L move resolutely and .rre-
Ebiv forward unt.l we secure
survival of the people and
Ui we have guaranteed the
Usance and the realizat.on of
Cglorious destiny of our people
Ifaow'Shapiro. Miami Beach
]rmv attacked those who
we that dual loyalties are im-
tssible ,
iRabbi David Raab, of Temple
Imanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, in-
ked the' spirit of Chanukah to
Ld 0Ur people into activity on
half of the restoration of thte
gjvish homeland.
| Rabbi Leon Kronish stated "the
Lots of Palestine are engaged
in a life struggle and the result
is unmistakably clear. The Jews
will have Palestine as a demo-l
cratic Jewish commonwealth for1
our people. The citizens of Mi-
ami Beach must and will respond
to the defense of the Yishuv."
Rabbi Irving Lehman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center called upon the Jews of
the community to marshal! their
forces behind the present mem-
bership drive and not only enroll
members but become actively in-
terested in "the great adventure
of Palestine." "We cannot depend
upon the nations of the world for
their friendship and their co-
operation. We must depend upon
ourselves to effectuate the resto-
ration of our people in Palestine,"
he declared.
Rabbi Musis Mescheloff, of
^3eth Jacob Congregation, in his
benediction, appealed to the spir-
itual forces at play to secure a
homeland for the tragic remnants
of the Jewish people.
Al Freedman. director of the
Southeastern Zionist region, was
in charge of arrangements for the
meeting and details of the mem-
bership campaign.
Moishe Oysher to Sing
'Continued from Page 1)
Square Garden.
mSW iS Cming here on the
f f Jacob Schachter,
Hi.K years ^ducted a Yid-
dish radio program in New York
JS Cant/ WiU sin* religious,
popular and classical music. He
wll be accompanied by Joseph
Schreibman at the piano.
Tickets are available at Hoff-
man s, Seventh st. and Warhing-
Mn Fn! th Princess Ann H<>tel.
,' Colllns ave., and Sher's Jew-
elry store, 927 Washtr.gton ave.
Executive Order Establishes Civil Rights Committee
WASHINGTON (JTA)An executive order creating a 15-mem-
ber Ci";i Right! committee to combat hatred and intolerance in the
United States was issued by President Truman this week. The
new body was directed to study and recommend new civil rights
legislation and other measures "to protect all parts of the popula-
tion" in the United States.
Miami! Foremost Vegetation. Dairy and Fiilj
RESTAURANT
SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINNER
UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT
til WASHINGTON AVE., M. B. PH. 5 9182
Jerusalem is scene
df pitched battle
(Continued from Page 1)
I this week at a press confer-
lence.
1 It was learned here that the
Lvcrnment is postponing the im-
Lition of extra ordinary meas-
ures in order to give Jewish
trs an opportunity to pacify
fee country. Authoritative Jew-
feh circles told the Jewish Tele-
Uphic Agency that the govern-
Ot statement has caused them
K be more optimistic concerning
Be immediate future. They
Lied that the strongest possible
pressure is being exerted by Jew-
m national institutions to force
the dissident groups to discon-
tinue their activities.
It is known here that for some
Itme negotiations have been car-
Iried on with the extremist under-
]p'>und groups and the outlook is
reported to be hopeful. The Ir-
Ijun Zvai Leumi and the Stern
Group are asking that the British
Ichanse their policy on Jewish im-
I migration and that British troops
and the Palestine police be com-
I pelled to cease terrorizing the
I Jewish population, before the
I underground groups declare a
truce.
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Wishes For A
Happy Chanuka
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Flight From Tel Aviv
Stops Over In Miami
First glimpse of North America
for 22 Palestinians and Europeans
was Miami's airport.
The group arrived here at 4
a.m. Tuesday on a Skyways Inter-
national charter plane and left
several hours later for New York
on another plane.
Flown from Tel Aviv via Bra-
zil, the passengers were expected
here Saturday but were delayed
in San Juan by engine trouble.
Among the passengers was H.
J. Rehfisch, German-born play-
wright who made a round-about
trip from London by way of
Palestine. He is co-author of
"Piece de Resistance" which is
being piepared for Broadway pro-
duction by Harold Clurman. Mrs
Rehfisch accompanied him.
The group was met by Mrs.
Max J. Finkelstein, director of
the Service to the Foreign Born
department of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, who assist-
ed them in clearing with customs
and immigration officials.
MIAMI WOMEN PREPARE SOS SHIPMENT
Beach Hadassah Seeks
Sewing Project Aides
Women who can "sew a fine
seam" or otherwise wield sewing
implements are being sought by
the Miami Beach group of Ha-
dassah to aid in its Palestine
supplies project.
A sewing room at the Beach Y
is open from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
each Tuesday under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Freda Newman.
1411 Collins ave. Volunteers are
needed to make children's cloth-
ing, hospital supplies and knitted
goods for refugees now settled in
Palestine.
Sewing machines and materials
are also in demand.
Just
Leslie
Eutqi
Publisher ,o Descrik,
Tnp to Middle Eos?
[turned from ,
Balogh Bain Luro
savers
Bam will discuss his r^
to concentration r""*1"^
Middle East "d T, S ?
prediction of thtagTta S
the Palestine situation* ***
Newly elected presidn.
nett Roth, will chL h "I,
to which the pubUcTinSS
. A goal of ,.ooo new JJJI
to being sought by the B
campaign headed bv
weinkle.
After 40 years as a life-saving signal on Ihe seas, the dramatic SOS call now is helping
tc save lives throughout Europe. Last week, as the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the
international SOS distress signal was observed, members of the leal SOS (supplies for
overseas survivors) drive prepared another large shipment for delivery to New York where
it will be relayed to the more than 1,500,000 Jews in Europe who survived a decade of war
and Nazi terror.
Preparing the shipment were Mrs. Monte Selig, over-all SOS chairman for Greater Miami;
Mrs. Ben Essen, Miami chairman; Mrs. Fred Sandier, Mrs. Mildred Hirshen and Mrs.
Marvin Copenhagen, Miami motor corps chairman, and Mrs. Celia Segal, of the Flamingo
Coffee company, who has donated storage space at the company for use by the SOS as a
collection center.
Sixteen national organizations cooperate in the SOS drive. Mrs. Selig and Mrs. Essen
represent National Council of Jewish Women and the others pictured are members of
Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine.Photo by Philip A. Feldman.
Local Groups Choose
BJE Representatives
Jewish organizations and con-
gregations of Greater Miami have
I een asked by Louis Heiman,
president of the Bureau of J' wish
Education, to select representa-
tives to serve on the Bureau dur-
ing 1947.
Each Jewish organization is
entitled to one representative. A
ci ngregation or school affiliated
with the Bureau is entitled to two.
Heiman requested that the
names be submitted bv Dec. 15.
Tht. board of directors of the r!"1.
Bureau will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday
at Beth David.
HAPPY CHANUKAH
DR. T. L LOWRIE
828 N. W. 3rd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Central Beach Women
Help Chest Campaign
Central Beach division of the
Community Chest campaign went
over the top this week under the
guidance of Mrs. Morris Alpert,
3930 N. Meridian ave.
Covering the territory between
Lincoln id. and 41st St., fron
the Ocean to the Bay. Mrs. Al-
pert'* campaign workers raised
$5,000 by Monday. Their quota
was $4,300.
Mrs Alpert's captains were
Mrs. Harold Auslander. who
raised 196 per cent of her in-
dividual quota; Mrs. A. J. Eng-
land. 116 per (.nt: Mrs. Waller
Eckert, 121, and Mrs. Edward L.
36. Mrs. Alpert raised
126.7 per cent.
con-
Cul-
held
Joint Recital Set By
Culture Committee
Second of the 1946-47
cert series of the Jewish
tural committee will be
Sunday evening, Dec. 22, at the
Miami Beach Senior High
school, when Marguerite Ko-
zenn, dramatic soprano, and
Julius Chajes, composer-pianist,
will be presented in a joint re-
cital.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Miami and Miami Beach
Y's, and the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Streei
PHONE 9-5908
MIAMI BEACH
SRO SIGN GOES UP
Whin 400 women attended the
Hadassah meeting at a Beach
hotel Monday afternoon, the
Standing Room Only sign was
put tO use
Mis Murry Grossman, vice
president, who was chairman of
the meeting, promised that am-
ple provision for all guests will
be made at next month's meet-
ing.
Yiddish Course Starts
Conversational Yiddish will be
taught at a class which will be
held weekly at the Miami Y be-
ginning at 8 p.m. Monday.
Pan of the adult education pro-
gram sponsored by a number of
town organizations, the class will
aid beginners in reading and
writing as well as speaking Yid-
dish. M. Gleberman will be the
instructor.
Following the language class
each irk, discussion of move-
ments in Jewish history will be
conducted by prominent lecturers.
Final class in the School for
Jewish Women will be held at
10:30 a.m. Tuesday at 223 East
Flagler st.. under the direction
of A. P. Cannes, director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
"Organized Jewish Life in Amer-
ica" will be the subject.
Gannes said that a group may
be organized to study modern
Jewish literature.
:nct
Jerorj
Juvenile Championship
Slated At Biscayne Ova
The richest Biscayne Juva
championship ever run m
history of Florida's oldest oped
mg greyhound racing center J
one of the richest greyly
stakes of all times, is now wi,
way at the Biscayne Kenadd
The event is offering more tij
$5,000 in pluses.
Attracting a final entry oil
star youngsters, the closing fin
round eliminations will be
tonight and Saturday night. Nel
week will see the nightly 10-r,
cards featuring the second ron
eliminations and semi-finals, i
leading to the champion..
finals on Dec. 23.
With the remaining programs!
this first meeting for this seal
at Biscayne all listing stelli
features nightly, the racingsU
at 8 pm with the daily douh]
on the first and third
Quinielas are listed on evorynl
while the night's final race!
over the famed Biscayne
thon course.
SISTERHOOD MEMBE
TO MODEL FASHIONS |
A fashion show will be prj
sented by the Sisterhood of Tea
pie Beth Sol m 8:30 p.m. WednaJ
day at the Temple. 4144 Chi
ave., Miami Beach.
Members of the Sisterhood i
model wearing apparel xonti
uted by Louis Haftel of Lined]
rd., furs by Alexanders
Shop. Hair styles will be done!
Lewis Beauty Shoppe. M
Emanuel Goldstrich, progrfl
chairman, will be commentator]
A humorous program will
presented. The public is invited j
attend.
JINKINS
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Use That Soft City Water
For a Whiter Wash
We Sell Soap, Bleach and
Starch
Rate, 60c Per Hour
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"WHERE THE ELITE MEET'
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Elks Club Buildinq
Authentic Chinese Dishes
LUNCHEONS DINNERS
Orders Put Up to Take Out
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K^to Mark
f. Night Monday
FD1S Si will bo held
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*?irth!wnagogue,31lWBrii-
iJ>j8C0 a.mbiii. Monday un-
fcihip ithe Miami
fr ZSt ^"conduct tKe
feSEh will indude the
"e"ngn a March of Time
*%a* about Pales"
r'k n Burris, president of
,JaH jiTchairmaii of the mem-
SftSt will support Rab-
* Meschelof* in his ap-
Kreate. enrollment in the
End Organization of America.
K.cncc participation in the
Cram will I"' invited.
P,e meeting is open to the
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^hreibman to Form
tigers of Israel
Cormat.nn of a choral group to
(known ^ -The Singers of
mel" is being planned by Joseph
hreitman. pianist and voice
tat auditions for the group
fc. held between 7:30 and
p.m. Tuesday at the Miami
jch Jewish Center.
The chorus will be booked for
ifessional appearances follow-
a period of training. Schreib-
jsaid.
A graduate of Charkow Con-
Mory of Music in Russia,
threibriian taught for five years
Temple university. While in
iladelphia he organized and
ted a chorus similar to the
plan: tare, Schreibman
tsir.ade numerous concert tours
. en accompanist to such
Jus as Ruse Bampton, Helen
Insoii and Nelson Eddy.
Joe Abram, pub-
lic relations and la-
bor counsel of Jack
sonville. explains
to Ralph Stephens
of Mannings t h e
story of post war
Florida portrayed in
the display which
can be seen at the
restaurant.
Pioneer Women to Mark
nniversary of JNF
45th anniversary of the
be. sh National Fund, the agency
(inch buys land in Palestine.
be celebrated Sunday eve-
lir.K. Jan 5, at Beth David au-
P rium. The affair, given by the
r Women's Organization
|t:uo No. 1. will include five
Ktkers, Palestine songs and the
Palestinian technicolor
Golden Book certificates
|rU be presented.
Refreshments will be served.
Persons wishing to contribute
to JNF are requested to contact
[Mrs J. B Stadlan, 1622 Michigan
live.. Miami Beach.
AUGUST BROS Ry,
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CHANTKA GREETINGS
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HOTEL
HO N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PAGE SEVEN
Post-war Florida
is featured in the
educational display
designed and built
by Florida State
Chamber of Com-
merce and now on
exhibit at Man-
ning's Sea Food
restaurant. View-
ing the display are
members of the
chamber, Oscar
D c o 1 y, jr.. City
Commissioner Leo-
nard Thompson
and Robert H. Fite.
Beach Office Opened
For Hospital Campaign
A special Miami Beach head-
quarters of the Mt. Sinai hospital
building fund campaign will be
officially opened at 1660 Michi-
gan ave., off Lincoln rd., on Mon-
day.
Highlight of the opening of the
visitors and non-residents divi-
sion headquarters will be the
handing over of the key to the
building to Leonard A. Wien,
chairman of the Beach campaign,
by Arthur A. Ungar1, owner of the
building.
Sam Sderdloff, director of the
visitors and non-residents divi-
sion, announced that the fund
drive has received the support of
hotel owners, newspaper editors,
and community leaders who re-
alize that Mt. Sinai Hospital is a
health must in this area.
Neal Lang, manager of the
Roney Plaza hotel, will head a
committee to promote the drive
among hotel guests.
The site of the Beach campaign
headquarters, was formerly the
ommunity theatre. Where pub-
licity pictures of Hollywood
glamour girls once lined the
walls, large photographs of hos-
pital interiors now herald the Mt.
Sinai Hospital of tomorrow.
British Speed Aid to
Shipwrecked Jews
JERUSALEM (JTA) British
and Greek naval units were this
week thrown into the air-sea
mercy mission to aid 800 visaless
Jewish immigrants shipwrecked
Saturday on the two-and-a-half
mile lonn island of Siiini. 50
miles from Rhodes in the Dodeca-
nese group. Three large Royal
Air Force Lancaster bombers re-
turning to Lydda airport an-
nounced thai they had been com-
pletely successful" in dropping
five tons of relief supplies to the
castaways.
The four-mot o r.d aircraft
which were assigned to the res-
cue mission by the Palestine gov-
ernment at the request of the
Jewish Agency, were loaded to
capacity with food, blankets.
clothes and medical suiplies. In
addition, a Jewish Agency I
port also loaded with SU|
and carrying a party of Jewish
doctors and nurses took off for
Rhodes where thej will continu
their journey by sea. The ter-
rain of the island makes it im-
possible for planes to land
Innovations Planned
For Air Maneuvers
Helicopters racing backwards,
aerobatic planes trailing ribbons
of vari-colored smoke, a "Parade
of the Past" featuring antique air-
Japanese
"S" re a fi I the s]
(acular innovations planned for
Miami's All American Air Man-
euvers Jan. 10, 11 and 12.
Thl courtesy of the U.
S. Navy, the Miami 1947 air show
will I < held on the lame master
airport, formerly occupied by the
N.i-. y air forces.
One feature of special interest
be the "Reunion in Miami"
Id ::> rs" who participated
in Miami's ai >WS as far
back as 1929. Many M fliers
who were starting their careen
in those : mi r have won
international fame.
J. & J. APPLIANCES
Radios, Ranges. Refrigerators,
Washers
1124 N. W. 7th AVE.
Phone 9-4091
J. H. Gibson, Jr. J. N. Peeples

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JEWELS SILVER
WORK OF ART
Furniture, Antiques and Curios
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1109 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
A. SCHORR, Representative
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 2-2503
Happy Chanukah
New Location
ACME SUPPLY
COMPANY
Specialists in
ROOFING METAL WORK
Gutters. Leaders. Skylights
Ventilators Boat Tanks
Air-Conditioning
1905 N. W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807
The 800 refugees left a Greek
port Dec. 3 in a .-.'nail overcrowd-
ed vessel and were caught in a
i. rrific storm in the Aegean sea.
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
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FLOORING CO.
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PHONE 7-6693
COMPLIMENTS OF
THE LEAR SCHOOL
Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th
Morning: Academic Instruction
Afternoons: Music, Dramatics
and Swimming.
LARGE PRIVATE POOL
ON PREMISES.
1010 West Ave. Phone 5-0606
Greetings
E.C.
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
C. M. A. CLUB
150 S. E. First Street
Phone 2-8669
CHARRON WILLIAMS
Commercial College
Soecial Night School Classes
,y Friday
I ii to 9:00 P.M.
Sixth Floor. Postal Building
PHONE 3-4859
Mary Williams, B.C.S.. Din
HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
SENATE HOTEL
BEACON HOTEL
LINCOLN CENTER
HOTEL
EL PASO HOTEL
GENERAL AGENT
Industrial Insurance
Co. of New Jersey
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
48-1706
GREETINGS FROM
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VAN LINE. Inc.
LONG DISTANCE
FURNITURE MOVERS
1000 N. E. Fir it Avenue
Phone 3-2667
MIAMI. FLORIDA
CHANUKA GREETINGS
to our
JEWISH FRIENDS
M. & M. DREDGING
& CONSTRUCTION CO.
Postal Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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MT. SINAI
HOSPITAL DAY
(Sunday, December 15,1946)
A MESSAGE TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY AND VISITORS OF GREATER MIAMI:
On Sunday, December 15, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in conjunction with
the Mt. Sinai Hospital oi Greater Miami, Inc., will launch a campaign for $2,500,000
for a Jewish-sponsored non-sectarian general hospital.
Construction of Mt. Sinai Hospital will commence as soon as the $2,500,000 is pledged.
It is confidently expected that ground will be broken in 1947.
To the Jewish Community, our visitors and winter
residents, the campaign comes as a clarion call to co-
operate in building a vitally-needed institutiona Jew-
ish-sponsored Hospital that will be one of the outstand-
ing medical centers of the South.
Mt. Sinai will be a 200-bed general hospital located
on a site easily accessible to Miami and Miami Beach.
... It will be built according to the best of modern hos-
pital standards ... It will contain the most advanced
laboratory equipment and facilities ... It will be staffed
by outstanding physicians and surgeons ... It will be
administered on a non-sectarian basis, both as to pa-
tients and staff.
Greater Miami's Jewish citizens, including vacation-
ists and part-year residents, will contribute to the hos-
pital building fund at a giving level, commensurate
with the magnitude of the undertaking, because:
To do so is in keeping with American-Jewish
tradition. (In some 26 American cities there
now exist Jewish-sponsored hospitals.)
They recognize the urgent need.
They know that Greater Miami, to live up to its
spreading reputation as a health center, must
provide additional facilities where physicians
can adequately treat their patients, where the
medical profession can improve its standards
and techniques through clinical work, through
research and through teaching opportunities.
They have always donated liberally to humani-
tarian causes.
The decision to start this drive NOW for $2,500,000
rests upon the sure knowledge that the Jewish Commu-
nity, and thousands of visitors from all over the nation,
made aware of the great need and of the tremendous
necessity for their wholehearted support, will meet this
obligation to add to the community welfare facilities.
In Mt. Sinai we are making a sound investment in
community living.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Mt. Sinai Hospital of
Greater Miami. Inc.
SAM BLANK
MRS. MAX DOBRIN
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
MOSES GINSBERG
DR. MORRIS GOODMAN
I. GERALD LEWIS
BARON de HIRSCH MEYER
STANLEY C. MYERS
MONTE SELIG
JACOB SHER
WM. D. SINGER
JOSEPH R. STEIN
ARTHUR A. UNGAR
CARL WEINKLE
HENRY D. WILLIAMS
MITCHELL WOLFSON
ABRAHAM GOODMAN
MAX OROVITZ
ALEX VAN STRAATEN
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS:
MIAMI:.....1002 Congress Building. Phone 3-5411
MIAMI BEACH: 1660 Michigan Avenue. Phone 58-2014
CAMPAIGN GOAL
$2,500,000


DECEMBERISJ^I
C Hebrew School
foes Pur"11 Plans
, ,.kah iust starting,
\ffStA Hebrew
"^ S lunior Congregation
It -bout their
festival, scheduled for
for the event will be
, meeting at 8:30 p.m.
JL at the M.ami Y.
Snents are being han-
, Mrs E. A. Moss and Mrs.
1 Feldan, who head the
[committee; Mr. and Mrs.
Ltfoff. prizes: Mrs-Morns
Mrs Nat Blumberg.
Lamm Sokoloff, refresh-
Herbert Feldan, music;
jjX Jacobskind, entertain-
[llilton Weiner, Bernard
L Edward L. Becker,
.' Mrs. Milton Weiner,
fa Jacobskind, printing.
lay school classes spon-
gy the organization are con-
j under the direction of
land Mrs. Simon April at 10
Lh Sunday at the AMVET
UJo S. W. Eighth ave. A
ah play will be presented
Istudents Dec. 22.
tew classes are held daily
[r through Thursday at the
We Elementary school.
HEARS SON
fAT TOWN HALL
.Anna Sorin-Bild, 1128 N.
Ilth St.. returned by plane
from New York where
ded a piano recital play-
j her son. Samuel Sorin, at
I Hall Dec. 3.
> performance was Sorin's
nee his return from the
One of his last major
ments before entering the
I was as soloist with the
lelphia Symphony orchestra
the direction of Eugene
dy in Carnegie Hall, New
Lnd the Academy of Music,
plphia.
b, dow on tour as accom-
[to Violinist Albert Spald-
appearcd recently in
fcr, Memphis and Kansas.
I leave with Spalding for
(weeks' tour of Mexico and
and South America in
and will play in Detroit
B.
raduate of Juilliard, Sorin
id the Schubert Memorial
ffrom the National Federa-
(Music clubs in 1939.
Joseph E. RackoTBky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
Ian Bart to Headline
Chanukah Concert
Jan Bart, lyric tenor currently
appearing at the Mocamba night-
club, will headline the Chanukah
concert to be sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
Jacob 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Beth
Jacob synagogue, 301-311 Wash-
ington ave.
Appearing with Mr. Bart will
be Sylvia Genet, concert pianist
and Gerard Haft, cellist.
Under the direction of Louis
Powesky, the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Folk Chorus will present sev-
eral selections.
Cantor Louis D. Feder will
light the first Chanukah candle
in the traditional holiday cere-
mony.
Tickets for the concert may be
obtained at the door, according to
Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, chairman
of the event.
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USED RESTAURANTHOTELKITCHEN
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BoughtSold and Traded
f9 N- E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3-2887
PEN 24 HOURS A DAY
DaY and Night Wrecker Service
RePair All Makes Cars And
Trucks. Body and Fender Work
Upholstering Electrical
Repairs Painting....... .
COLLINS GARAGE
SW- 2nd STREET PHONE 3-7308
Emanon Holiday Ball
To Aid Y Building
ChPnTuS J th Emi,n0n Club1.
Chanukah ball, which will be
held[Sunday will be contributed
to the Miarm Y for the new audi-
torium now under construction.
Scheduled for 9 p.m. at the
Miami Policemen's Benevolent
association hall. 2300 N. W 14th
St.. thcda-ice will feature jitter-
bug rhumba and waltz contests.
Cash awards will be given to the
winners of each contest, accord-
ing to Nat Etkins, social chair-
man. Ucal dance instructors
lave been invited to act as
judges.
Music will be furnished by
Sherwood Lavine and his or-
chestra.
A membership dance is being
planned by the club for Sunday,
Dec. 29, at the Miami Y.
PAGE NINE
Junior Hadassah Plans
Two Teas for Sunday
Two membership teas will be
held Sunday by Junior Hadassah,
according to Miss Natalie Fran-
kel, president. The first will be
held at 2 p.m. in the home of
Miss Shirley Pardo, 1239 15th st.,
and the second at 4 p.m. at the
home of Miss Toby Cooper, 1624
West ave.
A skit will be presented at
both teas and talks on "Why I
Joined Junior Hadassah" will be
given by Miss Doris Albin and
Miss Cooper.
Paid-up members may attend
I with a new member.
Center Chevra Kadishah
To Hold Annual Dinner
Annual dinner of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Chevra
Kadishah will be 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Victor hotel, 1144
Ocean dr.
Chairmen for the affair are
Harry Bodenstein, Isidore Gold-
berg, S. I. Kcnholz, Max Lipp-
man and Hyman Berman.
Reservations may be made at
the Center, 1415 Euclid ave.
The group has voted to donate
S550 to overseas charities.
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THE STORY OF THE PROTECTING LIGHT
By
L1BBY LAZARSON ZAR1TSKY
"Gut Yom Tov," Marsha squealed as she bounded through
the open door into the arms of her grandfather. The rest of the
family; more reticent in exposing their holiday spirits, trooped
gaily into the small, cramped apartment.
The greetings over, the overcoats put away, the family set
tied back comfortably to enjoy the Chanukah celebration to-
gether. From the kitchen came the fragrant aroma of friedI atke*
From the bedroom came the pleasant click-clack of spinning
dreidlach. And in the living room the eight golden candles of he
Menorah burned crisply and cast shimmering refl^>ns "qh*
faces of the old man and the little Marsha, who lay curled up in
his lap. Marsha squirmed. She put*
her chubby arms about his neck.
cuddled up a little closer.
"Grandpa, tell me a story."
The old man raised his head
the deserted country road the sky
began to darken In a matter of
seconds tin' heavens broke apart
and with unceasing fury poured
and loXd'-lov^y tato hc7 p.ercin. ha,. chD 1-J -.w p.;n
ocean-blue eyes. "Mashinka. the the unsuspecting earth.
story of Chanukah?" Without
waiting for a reply his tired voice
droned out the story of the Mac-
cabees, the struggle of the Jewish
people, the victory over the Sy-
rians and the reconquest of the
Temple.
"And when the Jews re-
entered the Temple they sought
to relight the 'ner tomid'. whose
flame should never be extinguish-
ed. But they found only enough
oil to last one day. God. blessed
be his name, did net desert his
chosen people even in time of
success and the holy light burned
for eight days and nights. That's
why we burn the eight candles
of the Menorah on Chanukah. one
for each day of the miracle."
Marsha looked at the small,
golden, flickering candles. Then
to run. Hut where? There wasn't
a house- for miles around. The
snow k. pf getting deepei The air
kept getting colder. 1 stumbled,
fell, picked myself up and ran
on. The sweat trickled down my
back. My weary legs refused to
budge Night came I grew pan-
icky, wandered in circles Again
I stumbled and the snow felt like
lerdown blanket 1 wrapped
myself in it. bin led my face in
it. 1 gave myself up to the quiet-
ing, healing power of r I
"But something within me
warned me. urged me to keep
moving. To lie there meant to
die. Heavily I mam to drag
myself out of this enticing warmth
to crawl slowly on and on. .
"Then out of the darkness I
saw the faint flickering of a
aze fell upon the white, un- light With renewed courage and
shapely mass of tallow glimmer- j added vigour I managed to stand
ing dimly in front of the window
Her childish brows creased in
concentration. Her trusting eyes
acquired a questioning look. Her
full lips contracted in amazement
and her shrill voice blurted out:
"Seide. why do you burn that
white candle too?"
The old man fumbled in the
pocket of his black, silk kaftan,
pulled out a worn greyish hand-
kerchief and polished the glass
of his gold-rimmed spectacles,
"That Mashele that kind
meins is a long, long story. Nu.
you want to hear?"
Marsha shook her head exu-
berantly up and down and
nestled back to enjoy the tale
better.
"It happened many years ago,
in the old country, when I was
a young man My parents wen
dead. My brothers and sisters
had left for America. 1 was poor
and out of work. Summer came
and summer went, the gentle
autumn winds changed to biting,
blistering gales. Snow fell and
covered the countryside with its
white, soft blanket. I was hun-
gry and cold, so I set out to seek
my fortune. I wandered over hills
and dales, barren hamlets and
little villages and nowhere could
I find work.
"One night as I walked along
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up. I half ran. half walked to-
ward the light. The light grew
brighter. 1 could discern the
black outline of a house. Ten
more Stl pa and I could see the
gate Five more steps three .
one. 1 slumped against the
oak door with a loud thud. Foot-
steps. Cries. Lights. The door
opened and 1 was dragged in-
side'.
"The innkepcr, for it wi
inn that God had sent me to, and
his daughter nursed me back to
consciousness They poured hot
drink down my throat. They en-
veloped me in a thousand blan-
kets. They fed me nourishing
food. When I was strong enough
to sit up, to remember I began
to search for the light-the shim-
mering light that had saved my
life And there is stood on the
window sill, as was the custom
in the' old country, the eight can-
,11,,, 0( the Chanukah Menorah.
That night 1 took a pledge. I
would always keep a lighted
candle on my window sill to
guide the way for lost wan-
di rera "
The old man stopped and look-
ed at his granddaughter through
red-veined eyes. "Nu, Mashele.
like the story?"
Marsha was silent, reflective.
her childish eyes burning with
the intensity of discovery. But
suddenly another cloud of doubt
darkened her rosy countenance.
Feverishly she prattled:
"But why. Seide. do you burn
the candle here0 This is America.
The streets are lit by electric
lights There arc no lost wan-
. in American cities."
"Oi Mashinka. if only y.iu were
right." The old man reached for
his handkerchief, blew his nose
violently, wiped the tear of
reminiscence from his eyes. "Oi
teirenke, the world is filled with
wanderers. Even here there are
hundreds, thousands of Jewish
wayfarers who have yet to see
the protecting light."
Jacob Schachter Preients
"The Master Singer of His People"
MOISHE OYSHER
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in person tn a
GRAND CONCERT
Rrligiom, Popular and Classical Music
Sunday Evening, Dec. 15
8:30 P.M.
JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN
at the piano
Ida Fisher High School
1410 Drexel Av?.. Miami Beach
Tickets available at Moffman'e. 7th
St. and Washington Ave.; Princess
Ann Hotel. 920 Collins Ave.; Sher's
Jewelry Store, 927 Washington Ave.
Chanukah is the celebration of the rededication nf
by the victorious Maccabees in 167 B.CE in it "
against the Syrian King Antiochus who attempted i"'
the religion of the Jews. The holiday will beqin T
ning with the lighting of the first candle and .(!*
Wednesday, Dec. 25. ommue
Local congregations will observe Mt. Sinai H
Saturday in connection with the S2.500.000 camna'
hospital.
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301311 W
Mami Beach. Rabbi Mosei Mescheloff. Cantor Louit fT
Friday evening forum. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Moses KWw
speak on "Do You Believe In Omens'" Rabbi Mesc-hA*
cuss "A Healthy Body for a Healthy Mind" during"2*'
8:30 a.m. Saturday. Junior congregation at 9 a.m and
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ate services at 10 a.m. will be followed by a kiddush
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followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will scat
portion of the week.
speak a
BETH TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 935 Euclid ae MiuJ
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 5S|
17th ave Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Mrs. Benjamin Myers, president of the Jewish Social 1
bureau, will speak on "Social Work. What Is It?" at services!
In conjunction with the Community Chest drive, tl
neighbor" forum will be dedicated to JSSB, an agency oft
munity Chest. Rabbi, Murray Grauer will conduct the i
Bar Mitzva breakfast. 8:30 a.m. Sunday will be sponsors
and Mrs. Morris Baer. Hostesses will be Mrs Fred
Mrs. Leo Rothenberg.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave, |
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services at 8:15 o'clock. In vie.
approaching festival and the campaign for the Mt. Sum!
Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject "Heroes of
Destiny." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein will be host
reception in honor of their wedding anniversary. They 1
donated the floral offering for the pulpit. Adult services.;
Saturday. Student services. 10:30 am Bar Mitrva I
club sponsored by the P.-T. A. at 8:45 am. Sunday. Mr.i
Nathan Markowitz will be hosts in memory of Mrs Ma
mother, the late Mrs. Fanny Solomon. Abe Gamin, a
director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, was guests
Sunday morning.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. IMS Euclid n\
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive i
Late Friday evening service. 8:15 p m. Rabbi Lehrra
preach on "The Call of the Lights" in honor of Cham
Saturday morning the rabbi will preach on the weety t
the law. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kumble.all
Bar Mitzva at 9 a.m. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breaitet,
morning. Young People's league dance at 8 p.m. Sunday.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th st.. Miami. Rabbi (
Zwiiman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will I
on "Win Religion?1 an address on the distinction between WI
and literal interpretation of the Jewish faith and the Jew-
Writ. A reception sponsored by the Sisterhood will follow
Ian hall. Sabbath morning service. 11 a.m. Saturday.
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Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Fridav evening services. 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish wu
on "Medicine Is Non-Sectarian" on the occasion ot m-n
pital Sabbath. Cantor Kelemer will render the musicaii
the service. Weekly "get-acquainted" bruncr
the Frances K. Powell restaurant.
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[Law Fraternity
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fdean of the school of
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ifi Stephcnson, III, and
iBinford, members of the
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Inter at a meeting preced-
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fcan Street, vice chancellor;
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I exchequer, and Saul Ge-
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Alicia Gulkis will recite and
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committee.
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
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11 & H BATTERIES, at 4001 N. W.
_ !_ 11.1 Ave., Ii.nl County, Fla., Intend
to register Bald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
IIAIMI.D 1!. COHEN
IIAKM.I) O. VanDAM
ISAAC JOFFE,
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12 1-20-27 : S-10
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious narae of
THE SOUTHERN WINDOW CLEAN-
ING'. COMPANY, at 344 N. W. 2nd
Street, Miami, Kla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY KAHN
Sole Owner.
11/15-22-29 12/0-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUN RAY SPORTSWEAR MANU-
FACTURING COMPANY, at 2103 N.
W. Seventh Avenue, Miami. Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with ths
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
(Jounty, Florida.
IRVING BIRNBERO
HARRY MILDNER.
Partners.
LESTER LASKY.
Attorney for Applicants.
1106 Congress Bldg.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COLLINS FISH MARKET, at 604
Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Fla..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
AL RENNERT
HARRY EPEI.MAN
SOLOMON BRAUNSTEIN
Partners.
HERMAN M. BERK,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/15-22-23 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NEW ERA HYDROPONIOS. at 3491
S. W. 17th Street, Miami, Fla.. in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
EDWARD SCHINI
JACK N. WEST
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicants,
Congress Bldg.
11/29 12-6-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
OCEAN BLUE HOTEL, at 334 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH W. OELFMAN
BESSIE OELFMAN
SAMUEI. RUBIN.
Atorney for Applicants.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CRAVIS RESTAURANT, at 1624-26
Alton Road, Miami Beach. Fla.. In-
tend i" register said name with the
fjierk of the circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida
MORRIS CRAVIS.
ETHEL CRAVIS,
Co-Ownera.
SAMUEL RUBIN,
Attorney for Applicants.
12/6-13-20-27 1/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IJTTLH RIVER LIQUOR STORE, at
79X2 N. E. Second Avenue Miami,
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL SILVERBLATT,
Owner.
SAM SILVER.
Attorney for Applicant.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13__________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSE RAINBOW KOSHER RESTAU-
RANT, at 655 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROSE KOSHER
RESTAURANT. INC..
a Florida Corporation
SAM SHEM1SH, Pres.
SAMUEL C.OTTFRIED. Sec.
MILTON FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Applicants.
12/6-13-20-27 1/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HERMAN'S VALET, at 1390 S. W
Nth Street. Miami, Kla.. Intend to
register sal,I mum with the Clerk of
th. Circuit Court of Dade Count>.
''""U1:l- HERMAN KALER
ELINOR KALER
BAM SILVER.
Attorney for Applicants.
1105 Congress Bldg.
11/29 12/6-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WINDSOR DEER DISTRIBUTORS, at
2049 N. Miami Ave.. Miami, Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with ths
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County Florida. _____
ROBERT KNOBEL.
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
11/15-22-29 12/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
,i,e circuit Court of Dade County,
F""",ilNATHANSCHRE,BERncr
M'\^ey^A-pp,lcant.
11/22-29 12/6-13-20
iv COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I.APE O'.UNTY. FLORIDA
K,- Estate ofJOHN W. CHESHIRE.
Notice of intention to mam
"application for final dis-
vnTlci-':is hereby given that I have
fllSuny flnal ?&rt"and petition for
&8_ frSSR w. gES-5-2 de
filed- andI that on the 16th dr of
, wemiT 1946, will apply to the
' ,,' w F. Blanton, County
"dge Paile County, for approval
!"laid final report and for na' -harge as executor of the estate "
'"ThJVh'^'v'of November. 1946.
lhllli-Nni.EY II CHESHIRE
As Executor of the estate
#f John W. Cheshire.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Executor.
1/22-29 12/6-13-20
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 13658
Re: Estate of ELMER J. BLENIS.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
CHARGE. .
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed mv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of ELMER J. BLKNIS. de-
eased; and that on the 16th day of
December. 1946, 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 Administrator of
the estate of Elmer J. Blenls. de-
I'li'l *f"ll
This 20th day of November, 1946.
WILLIAM GEERY
Administrator.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator.
11/22-29 12/6-13-20
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 17055
Re: Estate of DAVID K. REED,
NOTICE" OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
CHAROE. ... _
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the estate of DAVID K. REED, de-
ceased: and that on the 23rd day of
December, 1946. will apply toi the
Hon W F. Blanton. County Judge
of bade County. Florida, for ap-
proval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
estate of David K. Reed, deceased.
This 18th day of November 1946.
ESTHER K. REED.
Executrix of the Estate or
David K. Reed, deceased.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Executrix.
11/22-29 12/6-13
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Mrs. Turk Entertains
Committee Members
Mrs. Harold Turk, membership
chairman of the Miami Beach
chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will
entertain her committee at a
luncheon 12:30 p.m. today at the
Wofford hotel.
Guests will include the Mes-
dames Jean Raab, Sol Golstrom.
Harry Dinnerstein, Harry Kauf-
man. Orritt, Meyer Baskin, Rose
Fein, Alex Libow, Gertrude Bam-
berg, Arthur Frishman, George
J. Talianoff, Irving Marcus, Dav-
id Isen, Sam Prosterman.
And the Mesdames Joseph Ma-
zo, Carl Weinkle, Bessie Epstein,
Harry Day, Philip Lefkowitz and
Dave Alper.
Mrs. Turk was chairman of the
membership tea held last Wed-
nesday by the chapter.
The chapter is planning
Face Facts
, Rabbi David Raab, of the Tem-
ple Emanuel. Ft. Lauderdale, was
guest speaker before the Zionist
Organization of West Palm Beach
Sunday evening. The meeting
was held in the Temple Both El ] Kl.,.,s|, realized how close to
and there was a large audience actu;,i reality he was the other
Bu GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director,
Anti-Defamation League
THE COLUMBIANS SING
doubt whether Rabbi Leon
representing the Hadassah chap-
ter as well as prominent members
of the community.

Mrs. Esther Weinstein of Ft.
Lauderdale is at the Broward
General hospital.
.
Mark Everet Siegel celebrated
his third birthday. Dec. 3 with
a party at his home. Among the
guesti were Nina Lepensky, Bud-
dy and Mickey Tarler, Judy Ben-
nett. Charlo Phares. Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Tarler. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lo-
lunchcon''and'fashion'"show''for P""*? .>nd Mark's parents. Mr.
Valentine's Day.
Palestine Night Set
For Center Wednesday
Palestine Night will be held
for members and friends of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Wednesday evening at the Cen-
ter in cooperation with the Miami
Beach Zionist district and the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
and Mrs. O. Siegel.

Miss Ester Lee Silverman,
daughter <>f Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Silverman, Ft Lauderdale. has
been named associate editor of
the publication edited at Hillel
house at the Florida State Col-
lege for Women at Tallahassee.

The Temple Emanuel monthly
social was held Dec. 9 at the Tem-
ple. Sponsors for the occasion
The March of Time film ; were Mrs. Ross Epstein and Mrs.
'Palestine. Problem and Promise" |Paul Silverman.
will be shown and a program of ...
Palestinian music will be pre- Among the many visitors to
Broward countv are Mrs. A. Flam
sen ted.
The public is invited.
and her daughter, Elaine, of Chi-
'cago. 111.
S. J. FREEDMAN
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214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collim & Wah. Ave.
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Synagogues and Prirate Usa.
Also for Hebrew Schools.
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BOARD TO MEET
A board meeting will be held by
the Sisterhood of Temple Israel.
1:30 p.m. Monday in Kaplan hall
u( the Temple, according to Mrs.
Reba Engler Epstein, president.
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night when he pnached the ser-
mon "The Pilgrim Fathers, the
Columbians and the Stranger."
I heard the popular Miami
Beach spiritual leader draw upon
historical facts and present activ-
ities of subversive organizations to
prophesy the wave of the future
as symbolized by Franz Kindler,
the character in the current
movie, "The Stranger." Kindler
is the sinister fictioned figure
sent to America by the Nazis to
undermine our democracy and
prepare the soil for the Fascist
conquest of this country.
Actually. Rabbi Kronish, that
is precisely the fact.
Eugene Segal. Clereland
Press's brilliant staff writer,
broke the story that Emory C.
Burke, head of Columbians,
Inc., had. prior to the war, fra-
ternized with a rare assortment
of German agents and propa-
gandists. In 1938, for example,
the "American Bulletin." a
publication of the American
National Socialists, formed in
direct imitation of the Nation-
of Socialists (Nazi) party,
bears in its masthead the name
of Burke as associate editor.
The publisher of this un-Amer-
ican sheet was Anne Tallian, a
leader of the Nazi movement in
America. Other associates of
Burke included Henry G. Curtiss,
a Hitler sympathizer and active
in Christian Mobilizer; Ernest
Elmhurst, of Christian Front dis-
repute, and Hubert Schmueder-
reich, arrested by the FBI in 1942
for sending Nazi propaganda pam-
phlets to our servicemen.
Rabbi, it is a known fact to-
day that the Nazi masterminds
planned the survival of Nazi in-
fluence through such organiza-
tions as the Columbians. Signifi-
cantly the Columbians adopted the
I Nazi creed and techniques in all
I details, with emphasis on anti-
Semitism and persecution of, the
Negro. Even the swastika was" as-
sumed as their emblem, although
rquashed into the form of a light-
ning rod.
This week the story broke that
two Columbian leaders have
signed a confession implicating
the organization as a Hitler-like
j scheme to take over the govern-
iment of the United States.
In characteristic Nazi fashion,
jthe group planned to shoot Ne-
groes and Jews, first running
them out of Georgia. The group
then planned to spread their ac-
tivities to other states, eventual-
ly hoping to assume political
power in this country.
I have long preached the doc-
trine that Eternal vigilance is
the price of liberty." Vigilance has
paid off. The energy, the effort
and the resources expended in in-
>tmg this subversive organ-
ization have resulted in expos-
ing it as a Hitler-inspired plan to
persecute minorities and attain
ultimate political power.
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each AIC Board Plan.
unch for Members
f A chanukah brunch will be
II by board members of the
Beach Women's division
!!Z African Jewish Congress
L members and women who
L to join the organization U
L, Thursday at the Miami
L,ch Jewish Center.
[Mr* Sydney L. Weintraub will
e toastmistress. Rabbi Irving
.hrman will 'fad the invocation,
^d Mrs. Louis Glasser, president,
till light the Chanukah candles.
lernard Gittelson of the national
^erican Jewish Congress office
[,11 speak on the organization.
On the musical program will be
tfrs jan Bait, radio vocalist;
panny Yatcs, violonist, and Mrs.
Harry Goldstein, pianist.
Chairmen f the affair are Mrs.
Benjamin I. Serrant and Mrs.
JLrtram Thorpe. Their committee
Includes the Mesdames Charles
Grossman. Emanuel Baskind,
Clarence Conn, Moms Rabino-
Witz Frank Weiss, Alfred Lesser,
Ijdr.a Soifcr and Miss Doris Meyer
land Miss Ruth Glickman.
I The membership committee
Ijjrc" Jerome Kimball, Mrs. Al-
Ifred Lesser, Mrs. Jack Janoff and
|Mrs Morns Rabinowitzwill be
Ion hand to enroll new members.
Town Hadassah to Hear
I Convention Report
Mrs. Moe Feingold, delegate to
|the national convention of Ha-
[dassah, will give her report at a
Imeeting of the Miami group 2
|p.m. Tuesday at Congregation
I Beth David. Mrs. Feingold will
I launch the Youth Aliyah pro-
Igram, of which she is chairman,
I at this meeting. A Chanukah pro-
Igram will be presented.
Tickets for the dinner dance
which is to be held Jan. 5 at the
[Copa Cabana may be obtained
Vtom Mrs. David Sernaker, chair-
liun. The dance will benefit the
[Hadassah medical organization.
Jagel Cast As Rudolio
Frederick Jagel. tenor star of
the Metropolitan Opera associa-
tion, will portray the role of
Rudolfo the Poet in the Miami
Opera Guild production of "La
Boheme." Sholem lodge of B'nai
B'rith will sponsor the Jan 14th
performance at the Miami Senior
High school. Tickets may be re-
served with Marx Feinberg,
chairman.
Federation. Workmen's
Circle Named in Will
Two local organizations are
named in the will of Mrs. Sophie
Rabinowitz who died at Miami
Beach Nov. 3.
Mrs. Rabinowitz left $2,000 to
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation and $300 to Workmen's Cir-
cle Branch 692. Provision was
also made for a 55,000 grant to an
old age or convalescent home in
Dade county.
A local resident for six years,
Mrs. Rabinowitz came here from
New York and made her home at
1218 Drfxel ave. She was 60
years old at the time of her death.
Also named in her will were
the Jewish Labor Committee
which will receive $2,000; the
i Jewish Socialist Verbar.d, $1,000;
the Rand School of New York,
$500; a nephew, Sidney Kulick,
'and relatives in Kiev, Russia.
George Chertkof, attorney for
iMrs. Rabinowitz, was named ex-
ecutor of the estate.
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MJOC Women to Plan
Chanukah Latke Party
Plans for a Chanukah latke j
card party will be discussed
Wednesday evening at a meeting
of the Sisterhood of Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation to be
held at 1545 S. W. Third St.
The organization will sponsor
the latke card party Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 22, at the Talmud
Torah. Proceeds will help main-
tain the Sunday and Hebrew
schools.
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+Jewisiifk>r "Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
TALKING IN MILLIONS:
Jews in the United States should
be prepared to contribute a mil-
lion dollars a day during 1947 for
Jewish charity and social work.
. About a half-million dollars
a d a y will be contributed by
American Jewry to the United
Jewish Appeal alone if the UJA
quota of $170,000,000 is to be re-
alized. .
An economic survey made
for the UJA by Robert Nathan
shows that a very substantial
proportion of Jews in the mid-
dle and higher income brackets
do not contribute to the United
Jewish Appeal. Also that a
substantial segment of the Jew-
4ish community makes contribu-
tions far below its financial
ability. .
Most of the contributions made
to the UJA this year came from
current income rather than from
capital. ... If the 1939 ratio of
the UJA quotawhich was then
fifteen million dollarsto current
savings had been the basis <>f thej
goal for each ensuing year, the
actual contributions in those
years would have been $280.000.-1
000 mine than was collected. .1
In other words, the contributions
for 1940-1945 would have total-
led about S400.000.000 instead of
i al out $120,000,000 which was
actually collected. .

BOSTON CALLING:
Attention was focussed at the
United Jewish Appeal confer-
ence in Atlantic City on two Bos-
t nians, Herman Gilman and Sid-
ney S. Cohen. Gilman, who
told the conference how to per-
suade donors to make large con-
tributions, received over fifty in-
vitations to speak in various
parts of the country after deliv-
ing his speech at the conference.
. Cohen, who is executive di-
rector of Boston's combined Jew-
ish Appeal, was accepting con-
gratulations of both professionals
and laymen for having dire, ted
the most successful campaign in
the country. .
With a $5,425,000 quota. Bos-
Ion went over the 'op by al-
most one and a half millions,
i raising $6,880,000. Thus, the
"home of the beans and the
[ cod" raised an average of forty
I dollars for everyor., of its 125.-
000 Jews This amount in-
cluded one $100,000 gift by K.
D. Markson. and thirty-eight
contributions of over $25,000
each. .
Gilman described how Boston's
thousands big giversthree p'
cent of all giversdonated eighty
per cent of the money raised. .
MASTERS AND SLAVES:
The role which Jews played in
developing Brazil is made clear
in "The Masters and the Slaves"
by Gilberto Freyre, one of the
most important sociologists in
Latin America. The author
emphasizes that the Jews in Bra-
zil wire among the most active
agents in winning a market for
the sugar producers of the coun-
try Freyre points out that the
Jews fulfilled this function dur-
ing the first century of coloniza-
tion, to tile great advantage of
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Dr. Michael Smith, physician
in West Palm Beach, died Thurs-
day. A native of New York city
and a graduate of Bellevue Med-
ical school there, he came to
Florida about 11 years ago. A
lung specialist, he had been
awarded a scholarship to the
Trudau School for Tuberculosis
at Saranac Lake, N. Y.. by the
National Tuberculosis association.
Dr. Smith returned to West
' Palm Beach about a year ago
after serving 38 months with the
Army in the Pacific.
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At the conclusion of Friday
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B'nai B'rith Stars held a spe-
cial meeting Monday night at the
home of Annette Fread, Florida
ave.
MIZELL-SIMON
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he Americas-------They were the
most efficient of the technicians
responsible for setting up the first
sugar mills. The history ol
patriarchal society in Brazil is,
for this reason, lnseparabl<
the history of the Jews in Amer-
ica, the author declares.
In -peaking of Jewish economic
activity in the post-Columbian
world, the author stresses the fact
that among the Portugese in Bra-
zil racial or religious prejudices
were ran lv manifested. ... It is
a known fact, he says, that in
some oi tl e best Portugese fam-
ilies at tl e time of colonization
of Brazil there was Jewish blood.
This in no wise detracted
from the prestige of these fam-
ilies. .
The author tries to prove that
in Brazil Individuals of the most
widely varied social origins, race
or religion, have iim n to the high-
ist positions. He cites as an
example David Campista. son of
a non-Portugese Jew, who was
on time minister of finance,
and who in 1910 was practically
president of tin- :< public. On
the other hand, the author BD4 aks
of Jt ws as tin- supporters of the
kings, plutocrats and capitalists.
. Here 1'.,- becomes so critical,
that the American translator is
forced to explain in a footn< te
that the reader should hear in
mind that Freyre is striving for
"the rigorous objectivity of the
social scientist" The translator
goes so far as to point out that
Freyre says harsh things also
.,. .hi; the Portugese and the Jes-
uits in Brazil. .

DOMESTIC TRENDS:
Council of Jewish Federation
and Welfare Funds wants to
shorten its name. American
Jewish Committee is in the midst
of negotiations with top Zionist
leaders on the composition of the
Jewish Agency executive. .
American Jewish Conference is
considering national council to act as its gov-
erning body. This is part of
the plan to make the Conference
a permanent over-all Jewish or-
ganization, representative of
American Jewry. The nation-
al council will consist of 1,000
delegates to lie elected biennially,
not more than 200 of them to
come from New York. .
Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, execu-
tive vice president of the Joint
Distribution Committee. will
mark 25 years of service with the
JDC next month. Moses A.
Leavitt, secretary of the JDC, ex-
pects to make a flying visit to
Europe to study Jewish relief
needs on the spot. .JDC is plan-
ning a conference of its top Euro-
Rabbi Greenstein, Mr. Shokoff,
Lillian Shokoff. Sylvia Rotfeld
and Ruth Baits motored to Boca
Raton where Rabbi Greenstein
conducted services.
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J
pean workers to be held in Paris
soon after the return to Europe
of Dr. Joseph Schwartz, European
director, who is now in this
country for a few weeks. .
The Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of America has
started publication of a stream-
lined pocket-size magazine "Jew-
ish Life" .... The Histadruth Iv-
rith of America has begun pub-
lishing an English-language mag-
azine "The Hebrew World" de-
voted to disseminating Hebrew
culture.
Obituaries
HITCH
Mr*. Fanny Itenu-h, 60, of sn Me-
ridian ave., Miami Beach, died iu.-t
week. She rind lived here 11 yean
and Is survived by one daughter. Mrs.
Beatrice Klein, Miami Beach. Ser-
vices were In Kivemide Memorial
chapel.
SILVERMAN
Ml.--. Anna Sih.-inian. 61, of 223;'
8 W. mill it., died last week, she
..in!- here els years ago from iirook-
lyn, and is itinived by her lumiiand,
Joseph Bllvertnan, Miami; two daiiKh-
len and two sons The Imh|> whm
-ni to New York by the ilonloii
Funeral home.
FERKIN
Blmon EL Parkin, 67, of IMS s. W.
S. .olid .-'. died In a hospital last
Week following a lingering Illness. A
watchmaker, Be came here two yeari
aSO from New York. Surviving are
iii- wife, Mi.- Dora Parkin, of Miami:
two sons. Paul .1 of Miami, anil
Adolf, of New York, and two <1niiRh-
\lr-. Irene Ingram and Mrs. Loll
London of New rork, where the body
h i- sent by Riverside Memorial
11.i i.
KATZ
Max Myron Kate, :.!. of 2100 S. W.
24th tor., died Saturday He moved
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Kate, Mcretary of B'nal B'rith: two
Leslie and Richard; on,, daugh-
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of Miami, and a brother Bervlcei
were held Monday In Palmer Funeral
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.TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
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(Copyright, 194, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate)
By phineas j. biron
ASH!
iVithm the
wv
isionai
next few weeks, a
j.wish Government
i: will be established
D will be announced lmmed-
,' the Z.onist World
ltel>'\ by an independent
uw. in spite of the op-
2ton of the Jewish Agency...
',vhablv informed that im-
'< sections of Palerttae Jw-
, I'll approve the move. The
Visional governmeot will im-
' tl.lv issue 100.000 visas for
s to Palestine ... The
Tforeign P*ower to recognize
Jewish provtaionaJ govern-
!ent will pmbably be France .. .
TACE AND SCREEN
Mention Howard Fast: Several
of means in Chicago are very
uch interested in helping to fin-
.c a screen version of your
teedom Road with Paul Robeson
the star James Roosevelt,
est son of FDR, is very much
rested in producing a movie
Palestine. Ben Hecht has
miscd to write the scenario .
i-hjeh reminds us that David El-
who .nnquered Broadway's
hma critics in Ben Hechfs Swan
,ng is the son of the editor of
e Montreal Yiddish Daily "
MSL TO GIVE GIFTS AT
VETERANS' HOSPITAL
!x-.'
r.'.i:
"The
RON CURTAIN
Louis Levinc, president of the
National Jewish Council for Rus-
sian Relief, spoke in Chicago re-
sntly on nis return from a trip
i the Soviet Union ... He told
he story of how he went out one
in Moscow "looking for the
on curtain" ... He set up a
fcamera in Red Square and began
aking pictures Expected ar-
t or worse ... As he went about
his photography, a large crowd
ialhered an closed in on him .
sinister purpose of the men-
_ mob? They wanted to
t into the picture .
We predict that the iron curtain
our.d alleged Army anti-Semi-
Jfcsm in the American zone of
Germany will be exploded short-
Bets are being taken as to which
will have the longest life span .. .
ODDS AND ENDS
Is the "British Magazine,"
which made its bow in New York
a few days ago, a British Govern-
. ment Publication? ... An anti-
a "brass haT PK"" Jewish Wl"'ld Conference
I is beinj< planned for early next
WE WONDER ,r Europe ... It will be at-
aJ 1 SZ, V^V1?"** verV Ifnded by a large delegation from
distinguished Jewish leader, who Palestine Unless the British
all his life was opposed to Zion- put the at home order
ism, will publicly join the Zionist to work that they used to keep
Organization of America? ... It Hebrew University students from
would be very embarrasing for | attending the World Student Con-
the non-Zionist Committee oi [ress at Prague this summer
which he is the head .
THE LAST HERZL
Stephen G. Norman, grandsonl
of Theodor Herzl, who
suicide recently, is tin tl.
ber of Herzl's immediate family In honor of Chanukah, Jewish
to end his life by his own hand boys at the Nautilus hospital will
Hans Herzl, only son of Theodor, be feted with gifts distributed
killed himself some fifteen years by the Miami Service league, ac-
ago and Pauline, a daughter, did cording to Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
likewise ident. Mrs. Esther Aarons
BETWEEN COVERS and Mrs |;"S1' Davidow are co-
The Dutch Government is very chairmen of the project.
much alarmed over the rising tide A 'ft wrapping booth, spon-
of anti-Semitism in the Nether- <"M(I y the league at Pratt
lands One of the religious General hospital, will be avail-
papers in Holland advises people '* '" patients from 1 to 3 p.m.,
to counteract bigotry by reading Mondays. Tuesdays and Thurs-
Heine, the great German poet days.
We'd recommend for this purpose At ,ho MSL meeting Monday,
the work of a native Nether- Mrs. Herman Moser. scout lead-
lander: "Earth Could Be Fair" by announced that a picnic was
Pierre Van Passen The battle held for the scouts at Matheson
between orthodox and radical Hammock Nov. 29.
Jewish publications is on with the
debut of the Freiheit backed
"Jewish Life." a few weeks after
the first issue of the orthodox
magazine of the same name .
Young Zionists Asked
To Join Choral Group
First meeting of a Zionist youth
choral group will take place at
8 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Beth
Sholom.
Members of Junior Hadassah,
Masada and other young people
over 18 years are invited to join
the group which will learn a
repertoire of Palestinian songs
under the direction of Leon
Shift.
The choral group is sponsored
by the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth commission, which is also
planning a study group for young
adults.
To Celebrate Chanukah
A Chanukah festival will be
given by the Vladeck Branch 699,
Workmen's Circle, Saturday eve-
ning, Dec. 21, at the Miami Y. A
program will be presented and
latkes will be served.
Fraternity to Select
"Miss University"
"Miss University of Miami"
will be selected at a dance Sun-
day evening at the Latin Quarter,
Palm island. The dance, under
the sponsorship of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity, will feature Jack
Prince, singer at the Park Ave-
nue lounge. Music will be fur-
nished by Don Richard's band.
Among the many prizes to be
awarded to the winner of the con-
test is a complete course at the
Miami School of Modeling.
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America, 1776
A Struggle Against Tyranny
THEN!
Palestine, 1946
A Battle For Freedom
NOW!
"GIVE THEM LIBERTY. OR YOU GIVE THEM DEATH!"
The Jewish people seek a homeland to which it can repair
to bind up its wounds, to wipe away its terrifying memories, and
to establish its own civilization in dignity and honor.
The Balfour Declaration of 1917 urged this! The Mandate
for Palestine of 1922 pledged this! The Convention of 1924
recognized and endorsed this!
These pledges have not been fulfilled. Instead, they have
been scrapped, flouted, and white-papered out of existence.
Because of this betrayal, millions of Jews have perished and
the remnants of this tragic people are being ground to despair,
annihilation and death.
How long will humanity remain insensitive and indifferent
to the greatest human tragedy of all history?
THE PLEDGE
THE MANDATE FOR PALESTINE, approved by 52
nationa of the earth, voiced PLEDGES "in favor oi
the establishment in Palestine of a National Home
for the Jewish People," made promises "to facilitate
Jewish immigration," encourage "close settlement
by Jews on the land." and "facilitate the acquisition
of Palestine citizenship by Jews."
England assumed responsibility for the performance
of the Mandate, and pledged herself to advance the
provisions and the spirit of this instrument.
THE BETRAYAL
The Mandatory power of Great Britain, however,
has betrayed and flaunted these pledges and in-
stead of fulfilling them, has shut the gates of Pales-
tine to its true and legal Jewish inhabitants, has
imprisoned leaders chosen under the very pro-
visions of the Mandate itself, throttled the acquisition
of land by the Jews which it was sworn to encour-
age, and today holds captive thousands oi Jews
on the isle of Cyprus and in the barricaded camps
throughout hostile Europe.
Great Britain! Wherein Lies the Sanctity of Your
Pledge? These Are the Jewish People
You Were Sworn To Assist-
Not To Destroy!
COMPLACENCY AND INDIFFERENCE MUST END! WE DARE NOT REGARD OURSELVES AS ENLIGHTENED
OR HUMANE AND STILL PERMIT THIS OUTRAGEOUS CRIME AGAINST A GREAT AND SUFFERING PEOPLE!
JOIN THE RANKS OF THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF
AMERICA, pledged and committed to a positive and con-
structive program for Palestine and the Jew.
Become A Member!
JOIN TODAY!
The goal of our present campaign in Miami Beach is the
acquisition of 3.000 new members. This great cause re-
quires complete and loyal affiliation of all who love Free-
dom and Justice 1
Tear Out end Mail
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT.
NATIONAL HOTEL.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA.
Please enroll me as a member. Enclosed here-
with are my membership dues of $10.00 (Dues include
fee for Zionist publications).
NAME.
ADDRESS-
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pprEMBg_13, 1946
I JEWS SHQLD DEM
A. P. GANNES
v the Executive Director of the Bureau of Jewish
, the fourth of seriei on Jewnh Book Month.)
B'
C has been said that the book is the strongest weapon
,. In the atomic age. one begins to wonder whether
! not a
h n S '" JeWS" b* "argu-
1 Marks or the "H.story of
''" >'/' by Sachar or Joseph
KastehV. "History and fig
ibJ ews are *nt A
ne three Volume
,......,'
Judaism." M.
^^ -'re'hVorthe past, an 9&&lZdZ%S ^'^'mJk^
:op to think, deeper than the struggle for power s'' ""I Esj ays."
leas, ideology and the way of life. The ideolo Literature: Waxman-"Histr
day are the same total of man's thinking ex-i"f Jewish Literature" Leo Sc
additions through the centuries. No idea today '., "The Jewish' Caravans"
the absolute sensesince it is based on man's travail "f My People," and 'a
a better moral world today. ^ Treasure of Jewish Lit-
i conflict
mevailing i""ur .--------rr -------, .------*- ""*'4 ex
and traditions through the centuries. No idea today
Iff in
like o betici II""-------------- --
Who can deny the role of the written word? Mankind has
iWnDltl,,. wars to effectuate*
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Cally world conflict is be-
, who have great min-
the weap-
. the art of
rather for the fulfillment
|wav of We that will uphold
laignity. individually and
Creature created in the image
t Almighty.
, jew was the artist par ex-
Cce in the world of ideas, of
1 and of an order of jus-
Ja- peace. All through the
[he has bun steeped in the
The Jews have been called
Feople of the Book" in con-
1 the "People of the
The Ji w has stood for
i ability as "homo sapiens"
k ve his lot by means of
(ram and has taught the
i to disdain brawn as brawn.
.. else but this emphasis
1 have helped the survival of
Epic that was homeless, land-
Iwithout a government, with-
in army and without all the
ferments of other peoples?
t tr.i Jews read and studied
; past is an easy matter to
jmine. Up to about 150 years
Jews read and studied
Bi:le and Talmud and books
I to them. When the Jews
d their > mancipation their
Ir.gs went far afield. Jewish
feclual interests and pursuits
feverishly although the
stir, the Jewish book per se
r ks do Jews read
i^What should the informed
Iread?
I tionaire was sent to
Bpeople ol this community
Jestir.g each person to list
I''-' ks an informed Jew
|l- read. The answers we re-
ere too few to warrant
I T > indicate a var-
ri interests and tastes. As
expected, the Bible and
B history took their rightful
in the selection! by every-
one Berman (age 18), in
f n t selecting the Bible
|boks of Jewish history in-
P literary creations by Is-
jttngwill. Sholom Asch, Bia-
* Talianoff stresses a
'eage of modern Jewish
ferns but list, books related
rish contributions to civil-
IJ^^Senutism, intercultur*
_^A Lipkind emphasizes
word. the theme of Palestine in addi-
tion to Bible history ar.d
lettres.
Dr. Click chooses th< en
of our literary giants: Peretz,
Bialik, Mendele, Ash, Singer, 1
gather he is of the opinion that
this is an excellent approai
a deep knowledge of Jews and
their problems.
Rabbi Jacob H Kaplan is a
philosopher and stresses book
dealing with the philosophy of
Jewish life. Jewish thought and
philosophy to him are thi
of Judaism. Naturally he do- n l
fail to list the Bible ar.d cl
Jewish history books.
As for myselfwhat would I
list as basic reading for the Jew
who wishes to be informed? I
should like to divide my list into
several categories: Jewish history
for the man who has more time,
Graetz' "History of the Jews" and
Dubnow's "History of the Jew"
are basic.
rature."
Zionism: For a thorough studv
-Sokolow-History of Zionism."
n one> volume, RevuskyWJews
n Palestme"_is an excellent
lundamenta] book.
In the world of novelsthose
by Ash, Singer. Feuchtwanger
will give a fine portrayal of Jew-
ish life in fiction.
For Jewish problems-the
I irtisan Guide" by Milton Stein-
berg, the "Jewish Refugee" by
rartakowaare highly recom-
mi tided.
On Antt-Si mitismM. Samuels
The Great Hatred," "Israel
Among the Nations" and Fein-
bergs "Combating Anti-Semit-
ism '-will give a good grounding
on the issue facing Jews through-
out the centuries.
A slogan "Books are Bridges"
was used recently in observance
hildren's book week. For us
Jews this phrase is poignant. Our
books indeed are the links in the
chain of Jewish cultural heritage.
They make our past more mean-
ul, our present more vital,
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GIFTS OVERSEAS
Holiday gifts for children' over-
seas will be contributed by stu-
dents of local Hebrew and Sun-
day schools at the annual inter-
school Chanukah assembly to be
held at the Beach theatre Tues-
day morning, Dec. 24, according
to A. P. Gannes, executive direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
The gifts will be the first proj-
ect of the recently-established
Keren Ami (fund of my people),
Junior Jewish School Federation
of Greater Miami.
As told to the children in the
first Keren Ami Newsletter:
"Through Keren Ami, you will
learn how all Jews feel related to
one another as one large family;
how they help each other to build
and keep up religious schools,
community centers, synagogues,
orphan homes, welfare agencies
to help the poor; how they aid
fellow-Jews who have suffered
because of persecution and the
war; how they help in the re-
building of Palestine as the na-
tional homeland of the Jews."
The mimeographed newsletter
will be published bimonthly by
the Bureau of Jewish Education
which supervises the Keren Ami
program. Aiding Gannes is Sidney
Greenberg, who was formerly
with the Associated Talmud
Torahs of Philadelphia.
School children will be asked
to contribute to the fund when
they attend Sunday school. A
Kcrtr. Ami banner will be award-
ed each week to the class in which
every boy and girl has contrib-
uted.
Class discussions of Jewish
current events will be held to en-
courage interest in Jewish af-
fairs. The children will also learn
about the organizations that will
receive Keren Ami monies.
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Formally installed Saturday evening at the Sea Isle hotel.
Alpha Omega chapter of Zeta Beta Tau is the tenth national
social fraternity on the University of Miami campus Mem-
bers pictured here are (front row. left to right) Fred Corn-
field. Milton Member. Art Kline and Marvin Green; (back row)
Irving Ellis, jr.. James Kahn. president; Edgar Maltzman and
Dick Greenbaum. Ronald Agar and Martin Greenbaum are
not pictured. .
Heading the Miami ZBT Alumni club axe IrvincElhs.
president; Irvin Korach. vice president; Burghard Sterner
treasurer; Robert Turchin. recording secretary, and Robert
Lewin. corresponding secretary. The board of directors in-
cludes B. J. Wagner. Herbert E. Steiner. past national presi-
dent; Fred Meyer. Marvin Freedman and Harry Gordon.
Inter-Club Council
Invites Membership
Organiations of young adults
have been invited to send repre-
sentatives to the Inter-Club coun-
cil, according to Miss Edith Sim-
mons, 734 N.W. Sixth ave. Mem-
bers of affiliated groups range in
age from 18 to 35 years. Miss
Simmons may be contacted for
information regarding the coun-
cil.
Hebrew Classes Start
For Young Adults
Elementary and conversational
; Hebrew classes for beginners
j will bo held each Wednesday eve-
i ning at p.m. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center for young adults,
' according to Samuel Sloan, exe-
' cutive director.
The class will be under the aus-
pices of the Young Peoples league.
A registration fee of $2 will be
the only charge.
Inter-Faith Group to
Broadcast Wednesday
The inter-faith committee of
the University of Miami will pre-
sent a radio program 10 p.m.
Wednesday on Station WKAT.
The program will be sponsored by
the National Council of Chris-
tians and Jews and will include
nine religious organizations on
the University's campus.
"Christian Nativity and Jewish
Ct lebration of the Feast of
Lights" will be directed by Lin-
dy Pessin. The script was written
by Dick Rogers, representative of
the Canterbury club at the Uni-
versity.
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TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE In,
"TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETr"
301 N. W. 9th Avenue, Miami. Florida
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAH
K. BURNS & SON
JEWELERS
114 East Flagler Street
PHONE 3-6154
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
16 N. E. Ninth Street phoMj
"PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS'
GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
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798 N. W. 62nd Street Pho* M
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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT SUNDAY UNTIL 10:30 PJ
Phone 7-9320
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A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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PLAIN TALK
.FROM ALFRED SEGAL-
i m asked to write something special for Chanukah and
Toretty hard for Chanukah to speak up amid the current
of Christmas. Not that I minimize Chanukah in the leasl
IH0 wish that our religious teachers thought up ways tc
irhanukah as lovely as Christmas in the hearts of the kids
Imusl confess that I like Christmas, though to say this may
Imn me for heresy. I like the good will of Christmas which
I season of the year, makes tolerable human beings out o!
deed, if I were mlluenual enough I would establish Christ
a wav of life all year
lu, alas, on the day after
s people take up their
,ed skullduggeriai.
a jcw who is dazzled
bv Christmas trees to
devoutly that Christians
the illumination of
a trees In their hearts
and day out.
i not one of those who feel
fol because in the public
Jewish children get
as teaching. Its all right
ne that our children get
[glimpses of the loveliness
this season occurs in the
[of their neighbors.
s reminds me of one
nas eve, several years ago.
to bed feeling rather
that from then till next
j,as I wouldn't have to
m more Christmas stories
secular press by which I
iloyed- There had been al-
month of that kind of
I for me and a writer ab-
stick to one routine of
I too long. I composed my-
nfortably in bed, I closed
and who do you think
before me almost im-
lely after my senses had
iaken over by sleep?
vas none other than Santa
I himself. I had been writ-
I Santa Claus day after day
lad been glad to be at last
! the old guy, when he ap-
in my dream.
I t/iis ju-t too much?
Ihm.
[old man seemed abashed
truculent greeting.
; said, "if you don't want
und, I'll go."
hu I felt sory. "Well,
| feel that way about it."
Bid that the fact was that
I called on me on a matter
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
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COMPANY
M N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-5197
\W HOTIL
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entirely Jewish. He wasn't try-
ing to convert me to believing in
him. ... "I don't care if you be-
lieve in me or not," he said. "Cer-
tainly the good will of Christmas
prohibits me from trying to im-
pose my faith on anybody else."
What he was mainly interested
in was to call my attention to
Chanukah; that was a holiday of
good will, too, he said. He was
concerned with good will in gen-
eral, whatever its particular label.
Yes, he said, he thought he
should be doing something about
Chanukah. He was calling at the
home of a lot of Jewish kids and
didn't feel himself to be at all a
stranger among Jews. He had just
left a velocipede at the home of
a Jewish child next door to mine.
"That's the good will of Christ-
mas,' he said, "but there's Cha-
nuka, too."
It gave him a pain to see so
many Jews observing only
Christmas for their children when
they had Chanuka, too. "What's
the matter with their noticing
Chanuka as well?" he asked.
"There can't be too much of good
will in any month."
He wasn't quarreling with Jews
who welcomed him in their hous-
es; he was grateful for the way
lWe ft f him' Thcy "id:
we cant deny our children this
EXS*Sar,a Cbu*
can "v, 1 ^k : "We"' Sir' ^t
c He didn't want anything done
about it. Hef wM thinkir/of his
good friend Elijah.
"Why, si,-," I Midi ..Eljjah be_
to our Passover and it's not
our practice to do anything about
him on Chanukah. The rabbit
wouldn't like u They'd
to t legal to have Elijah around
on Chanukah."
Santa Claus snorted' "Legality'
Legality! And what's really the
tter with Jews having Elijah
around on the,.- Chanukah as well
as on the Passover. He's the Jew-
ish Santa Claus, hut you don't ad-
mit him into your houses except
in the springtime. He's my bud-
dy."
What Santa Claus was arguing
for was for the equal establish-
ment of Elijah with Santa C
in Jewish home? in the Cham.
timi
"Oh, Santa Claus," I explained,
"that would bring two Santa
Clauses into Jewish homes in one
(Continued on Page 23)
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tank. Trap, and Regulator.
331 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 4-2201 phone 3.4860
ij
Chanukah Greetings .
NORTH BEACH HOTEL and APARTMENTS
250 20th Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9501
Opera Guild of Miami
Preterits
"LA BOHEME." by Puccini
Jsnusry 11th.13th.14th-16th
"BARBER OF SEVILLE." by
Rossini
With All Metropolitan Start
March 1tt-3rd and 4th
Ticket* on Sale at
Cordelia's, Amidon i, Burdine"s,
Miami Beach Radio Shop, and
Opera Guild Office. 625 S. W.
2th Rd.~Phone 3-5967.
MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUMW. Flagler St.
Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
Congress Building
PHONE 2-2661
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES, Inc.
FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
Ingraham Building
Phone 3-5471
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
KOCH WOODWORK SHOP
INTERIOR WOODWORK
2253 N. W. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 9-2341
SINCERE WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
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BEST WISHES
TO OUR MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
MIAMI COAL
AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-7896
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SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKAH
T
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5130 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7-5133
7230 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 7-2406
y
NEW CARS!
NEW QUALITY!
NO QUANTITY!
^CHEVROLET
Yes. we have the great new
Chevrolet, the finest Chevro-
let ever builtbut. unfortu-
nately, not enough of these
new cars yet to satisfy all the
demands. Until we have one
for you. continue to conserve
your present car. Let us keep
it in "A-l" condition with
"A 1" servicing, designed to
give you the best possible car
performance. Come in to-
day and regularly!
LITBY
Chevrolet Co.
Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer
W Flagler St. at lllh Are.
PHONE 9-6441
ORIGINAL HOFFMAN'S. INC.
CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenue
*
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ALL ITS PATRONS AND FRIENDS FOR
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
$
Not Affiliated With Any Other Hoffman's
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH
$
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GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Congress Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 9-2789
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Guests Inspect New
Annex at Aged Home
Open house was held at the
Jewish Home for the Aged Sun-
day evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Rifas serving as hosts.
After a tour of inspection of
the new annex to the Home,
which is under construction, a
program was held.
Master of ceremonies was Har-
old Shapiro. Miami Beach attor-
ney who is director of the Home's
$75,000 building fund drive. Mrs.
Sonia Gerbert recited several of
her original poems. Vocal selec-
tions were rendered by Mrs. Al-
bert A. Nannes, soprano, accom-
panied by Mrs. Jennie Kamern
at the piano. Max Azar read sev-
eral comical stores and Hyman
Rosen of Chicago spoke on the
Jewish Heine for the Aged in that
city. Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff of
Brooklyn, N. Y.. was the principal
speaki r.
Max Greenberg, chairman of
the building committee, stated
that the new annex is now being
constructed as rapidly as funds
and material are available. He
announced that dedication cere
monies would be held 3 p.m. Sun-
day. Dee. 29, at the Home.
Sydney L. Wcintraub. chair-
man of the drive, reported that a
more concerted effort is being
made at this time to raise the
funds needed for the completion
of the addition to the Home,
Beach Lodge Women
To Fete Hillelites
A Chanukah party wll be giv-
er. Wednesday for local Uni-
versity of Miami Hillel members
by the Miami Beach chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women.
The entertainment program,
under the direction of Dan Kap-
lan, president of Hillel, will fea-
ture "The Maccabees," an Eter-
nal Light radio script. The play
will be presented in the form of
a radio broadcast by 14 Univers-
ity students. Larry Staemcr will
be the narrator.
Chairmen for the party are
Mrs. Ida Optner, and Mrs. Jack
August. Miss B.tty Albin is so-
cial chairman and Miss Sally Ritt
is the program chairman. The
entne program is under the su-
pervision of Rabbi Albert Mich-
els.
Synagogues in Miami area and
the state of Florida will observe
Hillel Sabbath on Dec. 27. Repre-
sentatives from the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation will speak at
the various services.
Temple Israel Women
To Fete Students
Sunday SOhOOl classes Of Tem-
ple Israel will participate in a
Chanukah party Sunday at Kap-
lan hall of the Temple following
their classes. The program has
been arranged by the Sisterhood
Religious School committee,
headed by Mrt. Norman Roth-
man, chairman, Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein and Mrs. Harold Cohen.
Lighting of Chanukah Candles"
will be the theme of the program.
Roger Bovell will offer a prayer
and candles will be lit by Robert
Shapiro as the sehammus, and
Howard Seller, Michael Wei-s.
Nancy Pepper, Gibbs Williams,
Sa: ford Babler. Marilyn Jackson,
Lois Smith and Mitzie Poller.
A solo, "Golden Light," will
be sung by Sally Rossman, as-
sisted by the Sunday school en-
semble Others on the program
will be Dicky Cohen who will
present a solo; Margie Wetstein,
recitation; Adrienne Ettinger, ac-
cordian solo; Sally Rossman.
Si lo; Carol Schwartz, violin solo;
CONTEST STILL OPEN
Entries in the local Jewish
book review contest, sponsor-
ed by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Book council, will be receiv-
ed at the Bureau of Jewish
Education, Congress bldg.,
through Dec. 22. Details of the
contest may be obtained at the
Bureau.
Arlene Ettinger, dance; Marilyn
Levine, solo; Muriel Siden, reci-
tation; Edward Pastroff, piano
solo; Doris Joseloff, reading. Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitzman will read
the benediction. Dennis Wepman
will act as master of ceremonies.
The party is one in a series
planned by the Sisterhood to
bring Sunday school students to-
gether socially. Each child at-
tending is requested to bring a 25
cent gift to be sent overseas.
Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs.
Lenorc Kleiman and Mrs. J.
Young will serve a hot meal to
the children.
Parade Route Cho
New Year's Eve ffi>
ened, Orange Bowl b^16
ager E. E. Seifer '<*
a'!- approxt el ^
people to see it. Four J*? I
been added on four H
cayne Boulevard T^ I
expected to attract J**
will be repeated, withP
in Mian,, Beach Jan 2.
MIAMI AJCaST,
Miami Women's divisitm,
American Jewish CorJ^
operating in the loca?'
Plies for overseas surZ
lection following {C
change in AJC nationll
Mrs. Joseph Fein, w.
dent, announced this '^l
AJC formerly condu,
own drive for overseas r*<
Bamue] Beck is chainr^
Miami AJC collection.
Next membership m
the group will be Dec.;
WORTH HIS WEIGHT
Salvatori Baccolone, 293 pound
Metropolitan Opera Star, will
donate I is weight in canned g
to the SOS (supplies f< r
survivors] collection of the Joint
Distribution C >n n tti e, accord-
ing to Col mi t Leonard Lyons
Cuban Trip Planned
T: e Hillel Cub., i xcursion will
Hi vana on Dec. 21. A
group of University stu-
dents will *pmd four days at the
Launion hotel where they will be
, t< rtained I y the Hillel group at
the Un vi rsitj of Havana.
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(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
2248 S. W 8th Street
PHONE 4-6921
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
To Our Friends and Patrons
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OF MIAMI BEACH. INC.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441
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And all too frequently the life that cancer claims is that of a bread-
winner. Thus a family must not only suffer personal tragedy, but
financial hardship as well.
BUT THERE IS HOPEI
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saved through early diagnosis and prompt, effective treatment. Learn
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DECEMBER 13, 1946
*Je*l$l,rkrHl*
Litv agency serve.
UT Jewish Social Service
1 f one of the 22 Community
iS Sficiaries, has helped
KJSth. nine months from
B rl through November of this
tfaSing to JSSB director
fharles Cohen.
fiv these, 227 were cases in
LJh JSSB acted as an agent
tother organizations here and
"'^nvecn 40 and 50 of those
were admissions applica-
',,,.,1 we investigated for the
Jewish Home for the Aged,"
'ohen said.
I .The 488 easts other than the
quests from other organizations
,cerned 1500 individual peo-
Ue Many could not be served
t JSSB workers, Cohen said.
hundred sixty-three people
fere r.ot accepted for continued
L-vice because In some instances
L agency was not prepared to
Eve the required service.
[Sometimes the person was not
L(jv or willing to use the agen-
f_a factor important to the solu-
of personal problems. In
n the applicant needed
services of another commu-
i:y agency or had requested rou-
information only.
JSSB is not primarily a char-
ity organization. although
Imany people have that impret-
liicn. Cohen explained. The
[bureau specializes in helping
[people solve the problems of
[their marriages, family life.
[personality difficulties. etc.
[Approximately 70 per cent of the
[direct service cases handled by
|JSSB in the last nine months
[were of this type. Of the total
lease load of 715, relief was not
[involved in 86.4 percent of the
I cases.
Or.'.y 91 pei pie received some
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
Alpha Epsilon Pi Joins
University Groups
Alpha Epsilon Pi has been offi-
cially recognized by the Uni-
versity of Miami as the newest
national fraternity to come on
campus.
Founded at New York uni-
versity in 1913, AEPi has under-
graduate chapters and alumni
clubs throughout the entire coun-
try.
The University of Miami Chap-
ter was formcrlly pledged to Al-
pha Epsilon Pi at a pledging cere-
mony conducting recently at the
Grossingcr-Pancoast hotel, by the
Miami Alumni club.
Officers of the University chap-
ter are Herbert S. Oldfield, mas-
ter; Robert F. Block, lieutenant
master; Harry B. Smith, record-
ing scribe; Frank J. Nankin, cor-
responding scribe; Harold A.
Grcenberg, exchequer; Benjamin
| Langlcb, historian, and William
Shmickler, sentinel.
Other members of the chapter
are: Merritt N. Abrams, Jerome
Ackerman, Murray S. Bast, Myron
Cohen, Bennett Goldman, David
Two case workers of the Jewish Social Service bureau interview clients in the same room Cravcr, Leon Gurney, Edward L.
due to the lack ol ample office space. The bureau, located at 127 N. W. Second st., has four
small rooms for six stafi members and one of the offices is used as a reception room. JSSB
workers say that clients need privacy when they discuss personal problems.
form of material assistance,
"You couldn't call some of these
relief cases," Cohen said, "for
we've included in this figure min-
or expenditures like buying lunch
for a European Jewish child
whom one of our case workers is
helping."
The total relief expenditure by
JSSB in the past nine months was
$10,958.74. This included total
support for some people, supple-
mentations of incomes, and sup-
plementation of grants from the
old age assistance program and
the city charities agency.
Work of the bureau is han-
dled by three case workers and
two clerical workers in addition
to Cohen. The bureau had hoped
THE 0/uyin*
MANNtNG 'S
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"THE FISH WE SERVE TO DAY
Dr. Kaplan to Discuss
Philosophy of Judaism
"The Philosophy of Judaism"
is the topic Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will discuss at 3 p.m. Saturday
at the Spino/a Forum, 11th St.,
between Collins ave. and Ocean
dr. Dr. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus
of Temple Israel, is professor of
Philosophy at the University of
Miami.
Harrison Bard will read orig-
inal verse and prose. A musical
program, featuring Rachma
nff's "Second oncerto," will
presented. Chaim Rose is chair-
man of the program.
to
engage a fourth professional
case worker this year but was
unable to do so because the Com-
munity Chest was forced to re-
duce grants to member agencies
when the Chest goal was not met
last year.
Beach JWV Auxiliary
To Cast Ballots
Newly organized Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Beach
Jewish War Veterans, Post 330,
will elect officers at the third
meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the American Legion post, 1828
Alton rd. Pending the election,
Mrs. Sol Jaffe is acting chair-
man.
Still in the formative stage,
the chapter welcomes new
members. Eligible for member-
ship are wives, mothers, sisters,
daughters and granddaughters
of Jewish War Veterans.
Meetings are held the first
and third Wednesday of every
month at the American Legion
pos:.
Jacobs, Morton L. Kasman, Mar-
vin S. Kellman, Jerome H. Lor-
ber, Harvey Lowenbar, Jack S.
Mades, Marvin Mandell, Bernard
S. Mandler and Burton S. Marks.
Officers of the Miami Alumni
club are: Edward J. Steinberg,
president; Loui6 Gillman, vice
president; Harold Shapiro, sec-
retary; Dr. Stanley Weinkle,
treasurer, and Dr. Maurice Rich,
sentinel. The Alumni club main-
tains offices at 927 Lincoln rd.
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities for treatment* of acute
medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for car* of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habits. Psy-
chotherapy, Hydrotherapy and
Electsie-Shock therapy scientific-
ally given.
P. L. DODGE, M. D.
Medical Director and Presldsnt
1861 N. W. 8. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 2-0243B-1042
Open to Members of
Dade County Medical Assn.
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ETERNAL LIGHT OF GHANUKAH
By
small vessel left. It contained
enough fuel to last one day. Mir-
aculously, however, th.s little
quantity lasted for eight days and
nights until other pure oil was
prepared. Once more the flame of
Judaism burned brightly before
the altar of God the eternal
REUBEN R. LEVINE
Light has always symbolized life. Throughout fl ag*
among all peoples the burning light has represented a kind_ o
activity with a fascinating glow that is found nowhere else bu light of the eternal people,
in life itself. Judaic literature has from earliest tunes used hgh "Nes gadol ha>n ^a
as cm illustration to describe its highest values. TteMF-oul | g.eat mjrjd. occurred^
of man. his innermost being, is comparetoC.flame f or *e ^^ of h(slorJcal
spirit of man is a lamp unto the Lord. (Proverbs 20.27) the noiy
Torah has also been compared to light and the !
kept in front of the Ark in the synagogue is intended to convey
the idea of the enlighteninq power of the Torah.
In Jewish ceremonial light*
plays an important part. All holy
days are ushered in by the kind-
ling of lights. "Without light
there can be no peace in the
house," said our rabbis, and this
manner of welcoming the festi-
vals should be accompanied by
the joy and gladness of which
light is symbolic.
Chanukah stands out especial-
ly in the calendar as the "Festi-
val of Lights." The Chanukah
lights are reminiscent of another
lamp which was lit in the newly
purified Temple by the victorious
Maccabees in 166 B.C.E.

After Alexander the Great of
Macedonia conquered Persia in
332 B.C.E., the influence of Greek
culture or Hellenism pervaded
the whole of the Near East. Its
philsosophies and arts, as ex-
pounded by men like Socrates.
Plato and Aristotle, became the
culture from which the whole
Western world was to draw. It
was not difficult for most peoples I scvcn years of struggle the Mac-
to absorb this influence. The caoees finally conquered Jeru-
Hellenistic ideas appealed to the|Salom and drove out the last ves-
Egyptians and Syrians, but un- tlges of Syrian power,
fortunately only the superficial
ideas of moral laxity and physi-
Temple. He was annoyed the
most by the group of men that
called themselves "Hassidim
(pious ones) who were fighting
valiently to suppress everything
foreign 'to Judaism and to restore
the rigid morality and the wor-
ship of the single God for which
Judaism stood.
The situation was critical in the
full sense of the word. Antiochus
was doing everything in his
power to uproot Jewish beliefs
and practices. He desecrated the
Temple with idols and banned
the practice of all Jewish observ-
ances. Those Israelites devoted
to their God and to their people
could no longer tolerate such sac-
rilege.
Under the leadership of the
zealous Mattathias and his five
sons, a band of courageous Jews
rose up against the Syrian armies.
Victory followed victory for the
Jews and thousands of Judeans
joined the Maccabean army. After
cal pleasure took root among
them.
The Jews, then spread in great
numbers throughout the territory
touched by Hellenistic influence,
tended also to accept the new cul-
The Temple was immediately
cleansed of the idols and restor-
ed to its Jewish sanctity. The "ner
tomid" or eternal light, which for-
merly burned in the Temple day
and night, was again relit with
great rejoincing.
Tradition tells us that when the
oil especially prepared for the
ner tomid" they found only a
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
ill
T
ture. In those days religion and
what we know as secular culture,victorious Maccabees sought pure
were to a great degree co-ex-1
tensive and when a nation adopt- I
ed a new culture there was little
difficulty in adopting its theology
as well. Among the Jews, how-
ever, the belief in one God was
so deeply rooted that even though
Hellenism became part of their
every-day life, they refused to
accept pagan worship.
In 175 B.C.E. the despot. An-
tiochus IV, called "Epiphones" or
"Great", became ruler of Syria
He was ruthlessly ambitious and
knew that the only way to gain
full control of his domain would
be to regiment his subects into
a common Hellenistic pattern. He
could not understand why the
stubborn Judeans refused to wor-
ship idols and were so insistent
on keeping them out of their

IS
mirac-
events
is usually viewed with skeptic-
ism by us moderns. But was it not
a miraculous thing that the vic-
tory of a band of guerrillas over
the Greco-Syrian armies meant
the perpetuation of Judaism it-
self?
The fact that we and our fam-
ilies stand before our Menorahs
and kindle the Chanukah lights
is hardly less of a miracle. We
too represent a generation of
Jews that must strive more than
ever for the perpetuation of the
Judaic values which former gen
orations have guarded and be-
queathed to us.
A light does not burn unless
provided with fuel. It is our duty
to provide the fuel of sincerity
and devotion to feed the light of
Judaism. Any person with the
true Jewish sentiment must feel
these things deeply when he sees
the Chanukah Menorahs of many
ages and lands, which have sur-
vived to our time. (The Museum
of Jewish Cere monial Objects at
the Jewish Theological Seminary
has several splendid examples.)
One begins to see the strength
and binding force of our Jewish
practices. He becomes one with
Jews who fashioned those lamps
and who used them, as he will use
his own, when Chanukah comes.
And the Jew who examines them
lights his own Menorah with re-
newed reverance and emotion.
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t7^NTT0ATTEND~"
EMPLETON CONCERT
P* in the Alec Templeton
[STwWch the Tempi..Beth
"n parent-T.acher association
Jo|om .. j;,n. 9 will be invited
S55- honoring the blind
[a [fat the Hall of Art, 415
i/rd following his per-
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HJ0Xf Art. will be host Recep-
l1 .rrangementa are being su-
rged bv Ruth Brotman, who
fminafiing the concert; Princess
f raracciolo and her guest,
fefet-mSter Alexandre Gav-
K,v- and Miss Bertha Foster, Dr.
k Hampton, and the Mesdames
Cvinpton Street, Leon Eli, Alex-
tAcr Kogan and Muriel Hirsch.
Mrs. EH and Mrs. Kogan are
ichairmen of the concert. Chair-
man 0f tickets is Mrs. Emanuel
la-kind with Mrs. Charles Gross-
and Mrs. Gordon Wolken-
' bs cochairman.
Mrs. Norman Maran and her
Lchairman, Mrs. Simon Wolff,
Lrc signing up sponsors and pat-
tens.
Council Seeks 13 Here
For Relatives Overseas
Thirteen people are being
jc'jght by the Service to the For-
fcgn Born department, Miami sec-
ton, National Council of Jewish
fe'omen, on behalf of friends and
(datives overseas.
They are Mrs. Irene Lloyd
iought by Mrs. L. Mago; Erika
Clanz and Helena Schuetz by Si-
ton Scr.iu ffer; Erika Glanz by
[.T.ma Reich; Minna Lowlaski
Ewwenthal by Gertrude Ko-
talsk: Luder; Morris Janovici by
Bicma Pekelman; Leopold Cohen
nThea Behrends.
Minnie Greenberg by Berta
Keubcrtf Fischl; Moses Hutter by
Genio Beitscher; Willy Brauer by
Ernestine Brauer; Samuel Olmer
IbyMalka Page] Olmer; Max Wohl
land Emil Fraenke) by Dr. Ber-
Ity Zoltan Rosenbaum; Thoodor
Pitd Birr..
Persons having information
at would help in locating these
people are asked to contact the
Service to the Foreign Born, 506
ICongre.-s hldg.
WpninHCedKth,S W6ek bv J"'" th6re bt t0 n^ othim anv
Weinkle, chairman. Th, contest in ^ere, any time' He L,'mJ y"
with publ.c and Catholic schools reproachfully as at fP l?6
w.Il particpate was put ft unl after all m/protesta ions oMib"
rU.tryJn 'der n"1 X" conflict eralism, seemed h 5c-Und hv
with the National Forensic league U*oui dogma by
in which schools are now taking He and Elijah, he said, were
P I.' I ^ Personalized expressions of
To date. Gesu, St. Patrick th" same ldoa,s: Love, justice and
Ponce de Leon, Andrew Jackson """P-'^ion. The only difference
and Miami senior high schools Was lllat E1'Jah was a solemn old
have accepted the invitation to Ru'' wh,le he' s<">ta Claus, car-
debate. led a beaming countenance. .
The topic to be debated is-' .hearts are the same- We
"Resolved: That the Constitution fS* i messen8rs "f the same
Should Be Amended to Provide i 'tun, ,
for the election of a President W d you havc mo do?"
Within 60 Days From Such Time; !RLM lllf ,
As a Clear Majority in Each f vr I d ^e to see my friend'
House of Congress is a Different\7ZT, Bet the Bame break at
Political Party Than the Execu- \*i, r 5ah amonK Jewish children
tive Branch." Semi-finals will be rv n d ati:hr'stmas- That's all.
held Feb. 17 and 20 and finals u u"* P!,ah 'nt il you ean
around Feb. 20. m*_i?. nanukan as significant as
The winning team will be
awarded a one-week trip to
Washington, D.C., next spring
with all expenses paid. Sightsee-
ing trips and additional entertain-
ments are being planned.
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
the rabbis around to the idea that
Elijah is just as good on Cha-
nukah as on Passover."
Yes, dear Rabbis, I shouldn't
mind at all if Elijah as well as
Santa Claus came with gifts to
my grandchildren: Ellen, Jan,
Paul, Richard, Betty and Karen.
I myself am as willing to con-
spire with Elijah to make sure
they get the proper gifts on
Chanukah.
Song to Be Published
"Hymn of the Hundred Thous-
and,' a song about surviving
European Jews, written by Abe
Weiss of Miami Beach will be
published privately in New York
in the near future.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker at the Grace Meth-
odist church Sunday evening. His
topic will be "Youth and Their
Place in the World,"
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Christmas."
He wanted me to speak to the
rabbis. "You have a portion
of the Jewish press to speak
through. Maybe you can bring
Center Women to Stage
Amateur Contest
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will celebrate Chanukah
with an amateur variety contest
8:15 Monday at the Center. Priz-
es will be awarded the winners
who will be judged by audience'
applause.
Harold Shapiro will officiate as
master of ceremonies. He will be
introduced by Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, program chairman.
Chanukah refreshments and a
social hour will follow the meet-
ing to which members have been!
invited to bring their husbands, i
Plans for a bingo party at the i
Center Dee. 21 will be discussed.
Mrs. Joseph Berman, chairman,!
and Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs.1
Joseph Lipton, are in charge of
arrangements. Lincoln Road shops,
have donated prizes
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Iday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in
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CHANUKAH STORY REPEATS ITSELF
By
RABBI LEON SPITZ
dom m the land of the Maca-
beaiu? Let history answer.
History tells w of three domi-
n ,tinj factors which were mstru-
menUl in Chanukah days in
....~~. -..--------- achieving Jewish national free-
The Chanukah story is really more of a drama than a |iim 1M Palestine. First.Syna.be-
story. To those of us who have faith in the final triumph of i..mil. entagled with other ttrug-
justice and decency, this is the answer to our present-day wor ( u.s W|1K h were involved in Em-
ries. It indicates Palestine's destiny. pin-polities, and always are Sec-
The Chanukah story has all the dramatic elements the ondly, Judas Macabee concluded
plot, the cast, the locale. The Yishuv's struggle in Palestine of ., defensive alliance with_a thud
today has the same locale. The theme is once again Jewish in power ^-J'Jgf
dependence. The heroes are the flower of our youth, the Maca- *^J*^J*i
bees of our generaUon. The strategy is the guerilla technique. [WMp. gtrugg,e Bgalni, .
nowadays recognizable under the war-time term of unaer- y ^ whj(.h S()UKnt to crush
days recognizale under the war-time term of "undergrouna. ^ ^
ground." The Arabs have the same role which the Samaritans
had in Chanukah days. Even the* -
really of
Leon
Party,
cousin of Palestine are
this stamp, the Judah
pacifist Ichud
which seeks a bi-national state in
which Jews and Arabs should
live and labor together on terms
running after
a mir,
""'" America anu me cosis oi noii-
We ri the Hellenizers of j(,wls|, friends in different parts
ii- own daj right here in Amor- Qj thi, worjd wno are pressing in
handful of Hellenizers or quizlings
are not lacking. And the Jews
in Palestine concentration
camps have doubled for Matta-
thias and Bleazer, the martyrs
of Chanukah. England and Sy- _
ria pursue the selfsame ruth- ,,f equality, is just
policy. The passing f 2,300
years has not changed the ways
of tyranny.
Nor has it changed the quest ica only too well But what of the
Likewise have the methods re- Haganah and the I: nun. the two
mained as they were in Charm- armies of the Palestine under-
kah days ruthless brutality, ground? '' they so >
deception and incitement. And much d from the Maca-
all these are colored by an un- bean bands of old? The Maca-
blushing assumption of an air beans did n 't h bombs,
of selfrighteousness. Bevin to- So they us< I i I arrows. Chanukah Btory
day and Antiochus 2,300 years The ''' War repeated in tin
ago regarded themselvi not n has replaced the street barri-
alone as men of destiny but cades of the French and Russian
i -. lutions.
So the I' have his
choice w hether to speak <>f what
is ri Palestine as either
a Jewish revolution oi a Jewish
war agi land Th< fact is
that Jewish history has not to
day ofl tern ined
Palestinian Arab effendis whether the n struggle
an their doubletalk. Longfel- wa. or a wai against
low introduced into his play the Imperial S) N lature is
predecessors ol the n I ys so important.
is of 1 '
lance is the national freed was
at stake and it was achieved Now
what chances has the Jewish
Yishuv in Palestine today ol
nal ficc-
Tlie Chanukah story repeats It-
self England has India, the Near
East to muddle up. It has Russia
to dread It has other political en-
tanglements It cannot for these
reasons divert all its brutal
Strength on Palestine Jewry to
.rush it completely. The Jewish
people have the sympathy of
America and the costs of non-
of destiny but
even as gentlemen.
It took an American
Henry W. Longfellow, to wi
the best available Chanukah
play just about a hundred y<
ago. It was he who foresaw,
what turned out to be in our
time, the vacillating attitude of
the
and
to the
ye are
Samaritans.
Arabs. Semitic COU
Jews of Chanukah days
"When the Jews SUffei
Medes and Per.-.
When the Jews prosper.
claim kinship with them."
The following observation
begs to be made If the Arab
pressing in
its support. And lastly, the Jew-
ish youth of Palestine are prepar-
ed to maintain a courageous
struggle to pursue their quest.
The Chanukah lights assure us
that the happy ending of the
will likewise be
not far distant
tomorrow.
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PAGE SIXTEEN >AHII V Ik tidinn rapAY.pftMi^ j j i I. • %  n America, 1776 A Struggle Against Tyranny THEN! Palestine, 1946 A Battle For Freedom NOW! "GIVE THEM LIBERTY. OR YOU GIVE THEM DEATH!" The Jewish people seek a homeland to which it can repair to bind up its wounds, to wipe away its terrifying memories, and to establish its own civilization in dignity and honor. The Balfour Declaration of 1917 urged this! The Mandate for Palestine of 1922 pledged this! The Convention of 1924 recognized and endorsed this! These pledges have not been fulfilled. Instead, they have been scrapped, flouted, and white-papered out of existence. Because of this betrayal, millions of Jews have perished and the remnants of this tragic people are being ground to despair, annihilation and death. How long will humanity remain insensitive and indifferent to the greatest human tragedy of all history? THE PLEDGE THE MANDATE FOR PALESTINE, approved by 52 nationa of the earth, voiced PLEDGES "in favor oi the establishment in Palestine of a National Home for the Jewish People," made promises "to facilitate Jewish immigration," encourage "close settlement by Jews on the land." and "facilitate the acquisition of Palestine citizenship by Jews." England assumed responsibility for the performance of the Mandate, and pledged herself to advance the provisions and the spirit of this instrument. THE BETRAYAL The Mandatory power of Great Britain, however, has betrayed and flaunted these pledges and instead of fulfilling them, has shut the gates of Palestine to its true and legal Jewish inhabitants, has imprisoned leaders chosen under the very provisions of the Mandate itself, throttled the acquisition of land by the Jews which it was sworn to encourage, and today holds captive thousands oi Jews on the isle of Cyprus and in the barricaded camps throughout hostile Europe. Great Britain! Wherein Lies the Sanctity of Your Pledge? These Are the Jewish People You Were Sworn To AssistNot To Destroy! COMPLACENCY AND INDIFFERENCE MUST END! WE DARE NOT REGARD OURSELVES AS ENLIGHTENED OR HUMANE AND STILL PERMIT THIS OUTRAGEOUS CRIME AGAINST A GREAT AND SUFFERING PEOPLE! JOIN THE RANKS OF THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA, pledged and committed to a positive and constructive program for Palestine and the Jew. Become A Member! JOIN TODAY! The goal of our present campaign in Miami Beach is the acquisition of 3.000 new members. This great cause requires complete and loyal affiliation of all who love Freedom and Justice 1 Tear Out end Mail MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT. NATIONAL HOTEL. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA. Please enroll me as a member. Enclosed herewith are my membership dues of $10.00 (Dues include fee for Zionist publications). NAME. ADDRESS£uu*3o MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST On the Air Sunday, 7:45 p. m. WKAT



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +Jewistincrldtor7 ft H i' i i i %  i %  •I 1 1 1 JL -5E^ECEMBER CHANUKAH STORY REPEATS ITSELF By RABBI LEON SPITZ dom m the land of the Macabeaiu? Let history answer. History tells w of three domin ,tinj factors which were mstrumenUl in Chanukah days in ....~~. „„-.. achieving Jewish national freeThe Chanukah story is really more of a drama than a |iim 1M Palestine. First.Syna.bestory. To those of us who have faith in the final triumph of i .. mil en tagled with other ttrugjustice and decency, this is the answer to our present-day wor ( u s W | 1K h were involved in Emries. It indicates Palestine's destiny. pinp olities, and always are SecThe Chanukah story has all the dramatic elements the ond ly, Judas Macabee concluded plot, the cast, the locale. The Yishuv's struggle in Palestine of ., defensive alliance with_a thud today has the same locale. The theme is once again Jewish in power ^%  J !" Jgf ££ dependence. The heroes are the flower of our youth, the Maca*£^J*^J£*i bees of our generaUon. The strategy is the guerilla technique. [WMp. gtrugg e Bgalni „„. nowadays recognizable under the war-time term of unaery ^ whj( h S()UKnt to crush days recognizale under the war-time term of "undergrouna. ^ ^ ground." The Arabs have the same role which the Samaritans had in Chanukah days. Even the* really of Leon Party, cousin of Palestine are this stamp, the Judah pacifist Ichud which seeks a bi-national state in which Jews and Arabs should live and labor together on terms running after a mir, ""'" America anu me cosis oi noiiWe ri the Hellenizers of j ( wls |, friends in different parts iiown daj right here in AmorQ j thi wor j d wno are pressing in handful of Hellenizers or quizlings are not lacking. And the Jews in Palestine concentration camps have doubled for Mattathias and Bleazer, the martyrs of Chanukah. England and Sy_ ria pursue the selfsame ruth,,f equality, is just policy. The passing f 2,300 years has not changed the ways of tyranny. Nor has it changed the quest i c a only too well But what of the Likewise have the methods reHaganah and the I: nun. the two mained as they were in Charmarmies of the Palestine underkah days — ruthless brutality, ground? '•' %  they so > deception and incitement. And m uch d from the Macaall these are colored by an unbean bands of old? The Macablushing assumption of an air beans did n 't h bombs, of selfrighteousness. Bevin toS o they us< I i I arrows. Chanukah Btory day and Antiochus 2,300 years The ''' War repeated in tin ago regarded themselvi not n has replaced the street barrialone as men of destiny but cades of the French and Russian i -. lutions. So the I' have his choice w hether to speak <>f what is RI Palestine as either a Jewish revolution oi a Jewish war agi %  land Th< fact is that Jewish history has not to day ofl tern ined Palestinian Arab effendis whether the n struggle an their doubletalk. Longfelwa. or a wai against low introduced into his play the Imperial S) N lature is predecessors ol the n I ys so important. is of 1 lance is the national freed was at stake and it was achieved Now what chances has the Jewish Yishuv in Palestine today ol nal ficcTlie Chanukah story repeats Itself England has India, the Near East to muddle up. It has Russia to dread It has other political entanglements It cannot for these reasons divert all its brutal Strength on Palestine Jewry to .rush it completely. The Jewish people have the sympathy of America and the costs of nonof destiny but even as gentlemen. It took an American Henry W. Longfellow, to wi the best available Chanukah play just about a hundred y< ago. It was he who foresaw, what turned out to be in our time, the vacillating attitude of the and to the ye are Samaritans. Arabs. Semitic COU Jews of Chanukah days "When the Jews SUffei Medes and Per.-. When the Jews prosper. claim kinship with them." 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LuHsaa 1946 D DR! FOR YISHUV REPLEDGED ^J^l^fhrid/an PAGE FIVE ed from Pfl 1 > ff fflonism has come of Klin .concluded. -£ 'Dr. ingfr stand in intends to aW e with bated breath, • shea L the innocuous state,il,n fall from the lips of t and statesmen who Kir ind.vidual expressions C fort and solace for our peoif %  • n/of favor or protestations fe ndship. The Jewish peoi'has mapped its course and L move resolutely and .rreEbiv forward unt.l we secure survival of the people and Ui we have guaranteed the Usance and the realizat.on of Cglorious destiny of our people Ifaow'Shapiro. Miami Beach ]r mv attacked those who we that dual loyalties are imtssible iRabbi David Raab, of Temple Imanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, inked the' spirit of Chanukah to L d 0U r people into activity on •half of the restoration of thte gjvish homeland. | Rabbi Leon Kronish stated "the Lots of Palestine are engaged in a life struggle and the result is unmistakably clear. The Jews will have Palestine as a demo-l cratic Jewish commonwealth for 1 our people. The citizens of Miami Beach must and will respond to the defense of the Yishuv." Rabbi Irving Lehman of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center called upon the Jews of the community to marshal! their forces behind the present membership drive and not only enroll members but become actively interested in "the great adventure of Palestine." "We cannot depend upon the nations of the world for their friendship and their cooperation. We must depend upon ourselves to effectuate the restoration of our people in Palestine," he declared. Rabbi Musis Mescheloff, of ^3eth Jacob Congregation, in his benediction, appealed to the spiritual forces at play to secure a homeland for the tragic remnants of the Jewish people. Al Freedman. director of the Southeastern Zionist region, was in charge of arrangements for the meeting and details of the membership campaign. Moishe Oysher to Sing 'Continued from Page 1) Square Garden. m S W iS C ming here on the f !" f Jacob Schachter, Hi.K years ^ducted a Yiddish radio program in New York JS Cant / WiU sin religious, popular and classical music. He wll be accompanied by Joseph Schreibman at the piano. Tickets ar e available at Hoffman s, Seventh st. and WarhingMn Fn! th Princess Ann H <>tel. ,' Collln s ave., and Sher's Jewelry store, 927 Washtr.gton ave. Executive Order Establishes Civil Rights Committee WASHINGTON (JTA)—An executive order creating a 15-member Ci" ; i Right! committee to combat hatred and intolerance in the United States was issued by President Truman this week. The new body was directed to study and recommend new civil rights legislation and other measures "to protect all parts of the population" in the United States. Miami! Foremost Vegetation. Dairy and Fiilj RESTAURANT SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINNER UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT til WASHINGTON AVE., M. B. 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DAY nrCEMB ER 13, 194fe .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE *-blslthrkn?ui PAGE FIFTEEN ^tie^> QonfiduUUd (Copyright, 194, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON ASH! iVithm the wv isionai next few weeks, a j.wish Government i: will be established D will be announced lmmed ,' the Z.onist World ltel >'\ by an independent uw. in spite of the op2ton of the Jewish Agency... ',vhablv informed that im'<£ sections of Palerttae Jw, I'll approve the move. The Visional governmeot will im' tl lv issue 100.000 visas for ££s to Palestine ... The Tforeign P*ower to recognize Jewish provtaionaJ govern! en t will pmbably be France .. TACE AND SCREEN Mention Howard Fast: Several of means in Chicago are very uch interested in helping to fin„. c a screen version of your teedom Road with Paul Robeson the star James Roosevelt, est son of FDR, is very much rested in producing a movie Palestine. Ben Hecht has miscd to write the scenario i-hjeh reminds us that David Elw ho .nnquered Broadway's hma critics in Ben Hechfs Swan ,ng is the son of the editor of e Montreal Yiddish Daily MSL TO GIVE GIFTS AT VETERANS' HOSPITAL !x-.' r.'.i: "The RON CURTAIN Louis Levinc, president of the National Jewish Council for Russian Relief, spoke in Chicago resntly on nis return from a trip i the Soviet Union ... He told he story of how he went out one in Moscow "looking for the on curtain" ... He set up a fcamera in Red Square and began aking pictures Expected art or worse ... As he went about his photography, a large crowd ialhered an closed in on him •sinister purpose of the men_ mob? They wanted to t into the picture We predict that the iron curtain our.d alleged Army anti-SemiJfcsm in the American zone of %  Germany will be exploded shortBets are being taken as to which will have the longest life span .. ODDS AND ENDS Is the "British Magazine," which made its bow in New York a few days ago, a British Govern. „ ment Publication? ... An antia "brass haT PK "" Jewish Wl "' ld Conference I is beinj< planned for early next WE WONDER ,r ,„ Europe ... It will be atAJ 1 SZ, V^V 1 ?"** ver V If nded by a large delegation from distinguished Jewish leader, who Palestine Unless the British all his life was opposed to Zionput the • .• at home order ism, will publicly join the Zionist to work that they used to keep Organization of America? ... It Hebrew University students from would be very embarrasing for | attending the World Student Conthe non-Zionist Committee oi [ress at Prague this summer which he is the head THE LAST HERZL Stephen G. Norman, grandsonl of Theodor Herzl, who suicide recently, is tin tl. ber of Herzl's immediate family In honor of Chanukah, Jewish to end his life by his own hand boys at the Nautilus hospital will Hans Herzl, only son of Theodor, be feted with gifts distributed killed himself some fifteen years by the Miami Service league, acago and Pauline, a daughter, did cording to Mrs. Leon Kaplan, likewise ident. Mrs. Esther Aarons BETWEEN COVERS and Mrs |; S1 Davidow are coThe Dutch Government is very chairmen of the project. much alarmed over the rising tide A ft wrapping booth, sponof anti-Semitism in the Nether< M(I y the league at Pratt lands One of the religious General hospital, will be availpapers in Holland advises people %  '* '" patients from 1 to 3 p.m., to counteract bigotry by reading Mondays. Tuesdays and ThursHeine, the great German poet days. We'd recommend for this purpose At ,ho MSL meeting Monday, the work of a native NetherMrs. Herman Moser. scout leadlander: "Earth Could Be Fair" by • announced that a picnic was Pierre Van Passen The battle held for the scouts at Matheson between orthodox and radical Hammock Nov. 29. Jewish publications is on with the debut of the Freiheit backed "Jewish Life." a few weeks after the first issue of the orthodox magazine of the same name Young Zionists Asked To Join Choral Group First meeting of a Zionist youth choral group will take place at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Beth Sholom. Members of Junior Hadassah, Masada and other young people over 18 years are invited to join the group which will learn a repertoire of Palestinian songs under the direction of Leon Shift. The choral group is sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission, which is also planning a study group for young adults. 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PAGE TWO +Jelstncrldtar}_ ^^ECEMBQ, : \ %  %  I : Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder and son, J. Louis, arrived here this week following a six months' tour of Canada, Nova Scotia, New England, New York state and Virginia. Stopping at the Everglades hotel for a month, they will visit with Mrs. Binder's mother, Mrs. Ethel Shochet, and other relatives. On Jan. 7 they will leave for Hot Springs where they will spend a month, after which they will travel to Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus will hold open house from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Charlotte D. Simon, and grand-daughter, Heather Bayme Simon, of Dallas, Tex., and Miss Sadie Moss of New York. Miss Moss is Mrs. Dreyfus' sister. All friends are invited to attend. No invitations have been sent Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cornblum are in Cleveland where they are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Mr. Cornblum's factory there. Before going north they visited Havana with their daughter, Maxine Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon, 4326 Sheridan ave.. flew to Washington, D. C, last week to attend the Bar Mitzva of their grandson, Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Colman Bulman Muriel Sandra Sedon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sedon, 520 S. W. 26th rd., will celebrate her 13th birthday with a barbecue for her classmates Sunday. Muriel's birthday is Dec. 26, but she is celebrating it early because many of her friends will be out of town at that time Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Gates of New York flew here last week with their niece, Miss Natalie Frankel, on her return from the national Junior Hadassah convention. They are the houseguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Frankel Friday the Thirteenth is a lucky day for Barry and Leslie I Halpert who will both celebrate j their birthdays today. Four and two-year-old sons of Mr. land Mrs. Buddy Halpert, 3350 S. W. Sixth St., Barry and Les, lie will entertain a small group | of their friends this afternoon. Movies will highlight the party. Miss Arlene Jacobson, vice president of Omega chapter, Delta Phi Epsilon, at the University of Miami, will attend the international convention of the sorority in Montreal Dec. 26. Mrs. A. J. Rosen, 139 Meridian ave., returned to Miami; Beach this week after spending the summer in Brooklyn. She was accompanied by her husband, the Rev. Rosen, who will visit here for a few weeks. Pvt. Emanuel M. Stadlan is spending a ten-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stadlan, and sister, Adinah Ruth, 1622 Michigan ave. Before entering the service, he attended the University of Miami and was active in Zionist youth groups Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Byron, who were married in Washington, D. C, Dec. 1, are spending their honeymoon at the Monroe Towers hotel, Miami Beach. They will return tomorrow to the capital where Mr. Byron is i employed as a government accountant Anne Rubin of the Dorannei Charm school has returned I from Providence, R. I., where she spent three weeks. Her mother, Mrs. Bertha Marks, died there Nov. 12 Evelyn Pearlman, of New York, is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno of Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kanter. of Passaic, N. J., will arrive here next week with their daughters, Norma and Marianne, to visit Mrs. Ranter's parMarjory Rosengarten Engaged to Iowan Th,. engagement of Marjory Selma Rosengarten to Marvin J. Zuckerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Zuckerman of Dubuque. l,,wa is announced today by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, 5H60 Pine Tree dr. M a Rosengarten attended Mount Ida Junior college in Newton Center. Mass., and is a graduate of the University of Alabama where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Mr. Zuckerman attended the Universities of Cincinnati and Indiana and was recently discharged from the Army after three years' service. An early spring wedding is being planned Three Groups Plan New Year's Eve Party Tlie Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will celebrate New Year's Eve With the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order and the Ambijan committee at a party to be catered by Trotzky's kosher cuisine at the Hotel Edwards. A dance orchestra and a master of ceremonies will be on hand. Subscription is $7.50. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Irving Birnberg and Mrs. Nathan Shandloff. A Variety Art Party, held by the Chous Sunday evening under the direction of Louis Powesky, featured Rose Arons and Naomi Cohen, sopranos; David Pavulon, tenor; Zuni Maud, panlominnst. and Mr. Fried, pianist. Luncheon, New Project Concern Sisterhood Members of Beth David Sisterhood, now in the midst of a napkin project, will take time out to celebrate Chanukah at a latke luncheon, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. Louis Heiman, new president of the congregation) will be principal speaker. A holiday skit, written by Mrs. Max Shapiro, will be presented by Mrs. Moe Feingold, Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. David Rayvis and Mrs. S. B. Miller. Six-year-old Richard Cromer will play the piano. The Rev. Maurice Mamches will entertain with songs. Mrs. Shapiro and Mrs. Harry Gordon are in charge of the program. A huge banquet cloth, with names of donors embroidered on it, will be the result of the Sisterhood's napkin project. The cloth, to be used for special occasions at Beth David, will be made from individual napkins on which a Mogen David and 30 donors' names are embroidered. Women who are responsible for obtaining 30 donors will be entitled to two tickets to the Sisterhood's luncheon to be held in April at the Roney Plaza. Chairman of the project is Mrs. B. Sterling, assisted by Mrs. Ben Essen, co-chairman, and Mrs. Maurice Sager, treasurer. 13.1 J|** Names W ^dtag Attend^, At J P-m. Sunday m. n f Mr. and Mr, PA J3 Median **^ the daughter of Mr Philip JWr.fi £jy Irv.r.g I. ( .h rm an w.ll ceremony. MrsBoa Schwart 2b( 1 bridegroom's sister wiufl ron of honor and the ,i| Barish, Frances StelzerO and Geraldine GoldfedJ*' bridesmaids. The bride's brother, Steir, will serve as best i 1H the ushers will be Arthur SI Richard Simmons, Kenn. man and Jay Owen. Relatives from N ew y* ending the wedding willbel Steir, Mr. and Mrs. Meverl Joseph Strip. Edward s'tej Mollie Steir, Mr. and Mrs Shavy and Dave Schwart After a one-week honej in Havana, the couple will to Miami Beach where t make their home. Latke Party Planned In celebration of Chanukah, the Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold a Latke party Tuesday evening. Dec 24. at Beth Jacob synagogue. The program will be prepared in the spirit of a Maccabean festival. Mrs. Pauline Chill is chairman. DR. FRANK S. FINGER OPTOMETRIST Announces the Opining of H, Office in the Gable. Theatre Building 203 Alcazar Avenue. Coral Gable* CONTACT LENSES FITTED REPAIRS Telephone 48-1390 EYES EXAMINED An evening of ical delight— THE JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE P RESES T S MARGUERITE JULIUS KOZENNsCHAJES SOPRANO PIANIST IN A PROGRAM OF JEWISH AND CLASSICAL MUSIC Sunday, Dec. 22nd, at 8:30 P. M. MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Tickets May Be Secured at the Miami YM & YWHA, The Miami Beach YM & WHA. and the Bureau of Jewish Education. Admission: $1.80. including tax •ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schonfeld. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Imberg and children, Kermit and Elaine. Mrs. Imberg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks of Miami. Sidney H. Palmer returned to Miami this week after visiting in Atlanta Mrs. Benjamin Silverman, Toledo. Ohio, was honored at a luncheon given Wednesday by Mrs. J. B. Liebenthal, 9012 Collins ave. Guests attending were the Mesdames B. Stone, S. Reymer, S. Jacobs, S. Silverman, J. Miller and A. Rakoff. Surprising Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow, 551 N. E. 69th St., with a visit, Aaron Block, Mrs. Kasow's brother, arrived from New York last week Celebrating their 49th wedding anniversary tonight, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein, 1520 S. W. Fifth st., wUl be honored during services at Beth David synagogue. Miss Marcella Shechter was honored at a cocktail party and shower Sunday at the Boulevard room of the Alcazar hotel. Hosts were her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Topper, 727 Jefferson ave. Miss Shechter, bride-elect of Max L. Kahn, Spartanburg. S. C, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Shechter, Miami Beach. She has set her wedding date for Jan. 6 JNWA Inducts Officers At Chanukah Event Installation of officers of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance will be held at a Chanukah celebration Saturday evening Dec. 21, at the Beach Y. Featured on the program will be the Silverman quartet, Cantor A. Friedman, A. M. Dorff, Mrs. Mollie Kauffman and Mrs. Shubov. Rabbi Leon Kronish will install the new officers who are David Freedman, chairman; Henry Seitlin, secretary; H. Hantman, financial secretary; Dr. Harry Queen, hospital; D. Doroshinsky, treasurer. Refreshments will be served under the chairmanship of Mrs. A. M. Dorff and Mrs. L. Mintzes. The public is invited to attend. COHEN-PARKER The marriage of Miss L Cohen to Jack Parker, sen| and Mrs. Isador Tachanik,| lyn, NY., took place st| Cantors hall in Brooklyi day. The bride's parents, 1 Mrs. Harry Cohen, Dorcha tel, Miami Beach, went I York to attend the weddi A graduate of ColumbJ versity, Mr. Parker is ployed by Sinclair Oil col Mrs. Parker attended versity of Pennsylvania. The couple will resl Brooklyn after a hor.eymof through the New England! TOGUST BROS RYF ** /j the UEST' VACANT In process of remodeling.J or Cottages or Room inoj on a beautiful landscaped d Highest and driest point I 7 minutes' ride to 0ce.| water and artesian well. excellent health resort. one half opposite corner. PHONE 820-W LILLIE R. AERS| Zoned for Bu At 2741 Madison SO Hollywood, FU. u ratines Gift Night! WHEEL LESS ROLLER SKATES GIVEN FREE TO CUSTOMERS WHO PREFER WALKING! IllltKI 1741 N. MIAMI AVI. MIAMI AVI. Miami's .„„ r.a CHEN YU'S boxed gift sets Chinese Showboat gift sets with large and small bottles of nail lacquer, prefix remover, twincote to protect polish. Gaily gift packaged. set $1.50* Chen Yu's Fan gift sets containing large and small bottle nail lacquer and protective twincote. set $r Fingertip gift sets %  containing Prefix remover, twincote and nail lacquer. Brightly boxed for under the tree s et $1' •Tins tax MIAMI STORE. TOILETRIES. STREET FLOOR AI.SU AT BUaUHMVM UMrnl.N ROAD A.NIi AT BOBDINKS, WEST l'AI-M BEACH pJOj >" **_ (OflPiTOL j BBS w ATMJ OKN IM A M Th e WHISPER of every woman | The TOAST of every man! j GINGER H DAVID BURGESS 1 "Ma



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r •• I i i PAGE FOURTEEEN +Jewisiifk>r£f thej goal for each ensuing year, the actual contributions in those years would have been $280.000.-1 000 mine than was collected. .1 In other words, the contributions for 1940-1945 would have totalled about S400.000.000 instead of i al out $120,000,000 which was actually collected. • • • • BOSTON CALLING: Attention was focussed at the United Jewish Appeal conference in Atlantic City on two Bost nians, Herman Gilman and Sidney S. Cohen. Gilman, who told the conference how to persuade donors to make large contributions, received over fifty invitations to speak in various parts of the country after deliving his speech at the conference. Cohen, who is executive director of Boston's combined Jewish Appeal, was accepting congratulations of both professionals and laymen for having dire, ted the most successful campaign in the country. With a $5,425,000 quota. BosIon went over the 'op by almost one and a half millions, i raising $6,880,000. Thus, the "home of the beans and the [ cod" raised an average of forty I dollars for everyor., of its 125.000 Jews This amount included one $100,000 gift by K. D. Markson. and thirty-eight contributions of over $25,000 each. Gilman described how Boston's thousands big givers—three p' cent of all givers—donated eighty per cent of the money raised. MASTERS AND SLAVES: The role which Jews played in developing Brazil is made clear in "The Masters and the Slaves" by Gilberto Freyre, one of the most important sociologists in Latin America. The author emphasizes that the Jews in Brazil wire among the most active agents in winning a market for the sugar producers of the country Freyre points out that the Jews fulfilled this function during the first century of colonization, to tile great advantage of Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative Dr. Michael Smith, physician in West Palm Beach, died Thursday. A native of New York city and a graduate of Bellevue Medical school there, he came to Florida about 11 years ago. A lung specialist, he had been awarded a scholarship to the Trudau School for Tuberculosis at Saranac Lake, N. Y.. by the National Tuberculosis association. Dr. Smith returned to West Palm Beach about a year ago after serving 38 months with the Army in the Pacific. ALFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM At the conclusion of Friday night services, Rabbi M. Greenstein reviewed Selma Stein's The Spirit Returncth." B'nai B'rith Stars held a special meeting Monday night at the home of Annette Fread, Florida ave. MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mizell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favlllt, Funeral Director* 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUTLDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Deixiea Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE KB CrlAU •he Americas T hey were the most efficient of the technicians responsible for setting up the first sugar mills. • • • The history ol patriarchal society in Brazil is, for this reason, lnseparabl< the history of the Jews in America, the author declares. In -peaking of Jewish economic activity in the post-Columbian world, the author stresses the fact that among the Portugese in Brazil racial or religious prejudices were ran lv manifested. ... It is a known fact, he says, that in some oi tl e best Portugese families at tl e time of colonization of Brazil there was Jewish blood. This in no wise detracted from the prestige of these families. The author tries to prove that in Brazil Individuals of the most widely varied social origins, race or religion, have IIM n to the highist positions. • He cites as an example David Campista. son of a non-Portugese Jew, who was on %  time minister of finance, and who in 1910 was practically president of tin:< public. On the other hand, the author BD4 aks of Jt ws as tinsupporters of the kings, plutocrats and capitalists. Here 1'.,becomes so critical, that the American translator is forced to explain in a footn< te that the reader should hear in mind that Freyre is striving for "the rigorous objectivity of the social scientist" The translator goes so far as to point out that Freyre says harsh things also .,. .HI; the Portugese and the Jesuits in Brazil. • • • DOMESTIC TRENDS: Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds wants to shorten its name. American Jewish Committee is in the midst of negotiations with top Zionist leaders on the composition of the Jewish Agency executive. American Jewish Conference is considering WHM -••ni to New York by the ilonloii Funeral home. FERKIN Blmon EL Parkin, 67, of IMS s. W. S. .olid .-'. died In a hospital last Week following a lingering Illness. A watchmaker, Be came here two yeari aSO from New York. Surviving are iiiwife, Mi.Dora Parkin, of Miami: two sons. Paul .1 of Miami, anil Adolf, of New York, and two <1niiRh\lr-. Irene Ingram and Mrs. Loll London of New rork, where the body H isent by Riverside Memorial %  11.i •• i. KATZ Max Myron Kate, :.!. of 2100 S. W. 24th tor., died Saturday He moved here two yeari ago from Cleveland Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Tena Kate, Mcretary of B'nal B'rith: two Leslie and Richard; on,, daughter, Vina .i sister, Mollle Bpero, all of Miami, and a brother Bervlcei were held Monday In Palmer Funeral home with Rabbi Max Shapiro Officiating. DrDrosd U Veteran Ot European Campaim, New York Academ IZ^ Dr. Rudolph E Drosd ^ has opened offices aU^T*! ington ave. 6 *M A member of Phi Bet a R and of Alpha Omega A&, ^ orary medical fraternity*;'*' graduateof N t w York,,; "I Medical school and "^ tern and resident surgeon ^H Sinai hospital inNew'SH Dr. Drosd, who held ttof captain, was in the i^H three and a half years ASL3 m the 28th field hospital/^, action in England, France £ many and Austria and wa,:3 ed four battle stars and tffl Pie heart He was woundX shrapnel from a German 1J Following his return ,7 United State, he was JJ surgical staff at Nautilus Veto ans hospital in Miami Beact I Dr. Drosd lives with ha J and three year old daughter NaJ cy Jane, at 1228 Alton rd'S mother, Mrs. Lillian Drosd! flj Collins ave., has resided in MiaM Beach for the past ten years. EXCLUSIVE MIAMI BEACH REPRESENTATIVES ol the nation-wide CAA-Apprond AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE with nurse and doctor lerrici ii needed. RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123b Wail ington Are. Miami Beich THOS. M. B'IRNS. JR. Funeral Director ABE EI8ENBERG. Treaeurer Ih New fork: 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Poo Qe 3 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DK MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AYAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David Beth {*#&£, Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel *ro Foe Furth.r Information PhonB 9-2664. 922af*^ PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEIJ "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" ^ PHONE 9-2664 E. E. CARTER. Funeral Director "A Friend to Need" %  <*% dMMMKXi %  MMMMMUMMMMWM**



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DECEMBERISJ^I C Hebrew School foes Pur" 11 Plans ,.kah iust starting, \ffStA Hebrew "^ S lunior Congregation It -bout their festival, scheduled for for the event will be „, meeting at 8:30 p.m. JL at the M.ami Y. Snents are being han, Mrs E. A. Moss and Mrs. 1 Feldan, who head the [committee; Mr. and Mrs. Ltfoff. p rizes: Mrs M orns £ Mrs Nat Blumberg. Lamm Sokoloff, refreshHerbert Feldan, music; jj X Jacobskind, entertain[llilton Weiner, Bernard L Edward L. Becker, .' Mrs. Milton Weiner, fa Jacobskind, printing. lay school classes spongy the organization are conj under the direction of land Mrs. Simon April at 10 Lh Sunday at the AMVET UJo S. W. Eighth ave. A •ah play will be presented Istudents Dec. 22. tew classes are held daily [r through Thursday at the We Elementary school. HEARS SON fAT TOWN HALL .Anna Sorin-Bild, 1128 N. Ilth St.. returned by plane from New York where ded a piano recital playj her son. Samuel Sorin, at I Hall Dec. 3. > performance was Sorin's nee his return from the One of his last major ments before entering the I was as soloist with the lelphia Symphony orchestra the direction of Eugene dy in Carnegie Hall, New Lnd the Academy of Music, plphia. b, DOW on tour as accom[to Violinist Albert Spaldappearcd recently in fcr, Memphis and Kansas. I leave with Spalding for (weeks' tour of Mexico and and South America in and will play in Detroit B. raduate of Juilliard, Sorin id the Schubert Memorial ffrom the National Federa(Music clubs in 1939. Joseph E. RackoTBky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 Ian Bart to Headline Chanukah Concert Jan Bart, lyric tenor currently appearing at the Mocamba nightclub, will headline the Chanukah concert to be sponsored by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Beth Jacob synagogue, 301-311 Washington ave. Appearing with Mr. Bart will be Sylvia Genet, concert pianist and Gerard Haft, cellist. Under the direction of Louis Powesky, the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will present several selections. Cantor Louis D. Feder will light the first Chanukah candle in the traditional holiday ceremony. Tickets for the concert may be obtained at the door, according to Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, chairman of the event. ..t AUGUST BROS. R V |/* thv nhsi WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON DOUVA'S RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SERVICE CO. USED RESTAURANT—HOTEL—KITCHEN and BAR EQUIPMENT Bought— Sold and Traded f 9 NE. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3-2887 PEN 24 HOURS A DAY Da Y and Night Wrecker Service Re Pair All Makes Cars And Trucks. Body and Fender Work Upholstering — Electrical Repairs — Painting COLLINS GARAGE SW 2nd STREET PHONE 3-7308 Emanon Holiday Ball To Aid Y Building Ch P nTu S J th Emi,n0n Club 1 Chanukah ball, which will be held[Sunday will be contributed to the Miarm Y for the new auditorium now under construction. Scheduled for 9 p. m at the Miami Policemen's Benevolent association hall. 2300 N. W 14th St.. thcda-ice will feature jitterbug rhumba and waltz contests. Cash awards will be given to the winners of each contest, according to Nat Etkins, social chairman. Ucal dance instructors lave been invited to act as judges. Music will be furnished by Sherwood Lavine and his orchestra. A membership dance is being planned by the club for Sunday, Dec. 29, at the Miami Y. PAGE NINE Junior Hadassah Plans Two Teas for Sunday Two membership teas will be held Sunday by Junior Hadassah, according to Miss Natalie Frankel, president. The first will be held at 2 p.m. in the home of Miss Shirley Pardo, 1239 15th st., and the second at 4 p.m. at the home of Miss Toby Cooper, 1624 West ave. A skit will be presented at both teas and talks on "Why I Joined Junior Hadassah" will be given by Miss Doris Albin and Miss Cooper. Paid-up members may attend I with a new member. Center Chevra Kadishah To Hold Annual Dinner Annual dinner of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Chevra Kadishah will be 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Victor hotel, 1144 Ocean dr. Chairmen for the affair are Harry Bodenstein, Isidore Goldberg, S. I. Kcnholz, Max Lippman and Hyman Berman. Reservations may be made at the Center, 1415 Euclid ave. The group has voted to donate S550 to overseas charities. _—_ ^_ — + Massage and Physical Therapy. Infra Red and Therapeutic Lamps TILLIE SCHACHNO Certified Masseuse FOP appointment call 5-7764 Corrective Exercises and Treat ments After Infantyle Paralysis and Fractures SEASON'S GREETINGS EMPLOYERS SERVICE Miami's Leading Personnel Service Serving only better firms. Office personnel. All types hotel help. Industrial help. CALL 30822 615 Seybold Building SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKAH ELECTROLUX Incorporated Postal Building MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. • MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT SUNFRESH BRAND Warranted FRESH 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE ( 'Fresh squeezed from a combination of the finest tasting types of Florida Oranges. DAILY DELIVERY TO RESTAURANTS. HOTELS and SCHOOLS Miami Fruit Juice Co. 1206 N, W. 62nd St. Phone 7-5237 AEPhi Alumnae Sponsor Ring Theatre Parties Performances of "Accent on Youth" Tuesday and Wednesday nights at the Ring theatre, University of Miami, will be sponsored by Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae association. Mrs. Edith Cowen and Mrs. Louis Alpert are in charge of tickets. A luncheon will be given by the association Dec. 28 at the Sea Isle hotel, according to Lorraine Gartner, chairman. GREETINGS FROM Miami Conservatory Women's Club Building 1737 N. Bayshore Drive MIAMI BEACH 761 West 41st Street DIA MOND | | CAB PHONE 3-4627 FOR KOSHER QUALITY MEALS VISIT "ICO Saturday—11-1:30 P.M. PARAMOUNT Daily—4-9 P.M. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN +Jelslincrldtor)_ FRIDAY. 1 %  I \ %  ; %  i i HE^ERi ZBT JOINS UNIVERSITY FRATERNITIES GIFTS OVERSEAS Holiday gifts for children' overseas will be contributed by students of local Hebrew and Sunday schools at the annual interschool Chanukah assembly to be held at the Beach theatre Tuesday morning, Dec. 24, according to A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The gifts will be the first project of the recently-established Keren Ami (fund of my people), Junior Jewish School Federation of Greater Miami. As told to the children in the first Keren Ami Newsletter: "Through Keren Ami, you will learn how all Jews feel related to one another as one large family; how they help each other to build and keep up religious schools, community centers, synagogues, orphan homes, welfare agencies to help the poor; how they aid fellow-Jews who have suffered because of persecution and the war; how they help in the rebuilding of Palestine as the national homeland of the Jews." The mimeographed newsletter will be published bimonthly by the Bureau of Jewish Education which supervises the Keren Ami program. Aiding Gannes is Sidney Greenberg, who was formerly with the Associated Talmud Torahs of Philadelphia. School children will be asked to contribute to the fund when they attend Sunday school. A Kcrtr. Ami banner will be awarded each week to the class in which every boy and girl has contributed. Class discussions of Jewish current events will be held to encourage interest in Jewish affairs. The children will also learn about the organizations that will receive Keren Ami monies. PEST CONTROL SER^.p BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERvir?L Bonded Uniformed


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IE PAGE TWELVE vjewlst fkrkliati I • I 4 Mrs. Turk Entertains Committee Members Mrs. Harold Turk, membership chairman of the Miami Beach chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will entertain her committee at a luncheon 12:30 p.m. today at the Wofford hotel. Guests will include the Mesdames Jean Raab, Sol Golstrom. Harry Dinnerstein, Harry Kaufman. Orritt, Meyer Baskin, Rose Fein, Alex Libow, Gertrude Bamberg, Arthur Frishman, George J. Talianoff, Irving Marcus, David Isen, Sam Prosterman. And the Mesdames Joseph Mazo, Carl Weinkle, Bessie Epstein, Harry Day, Philip Lefkowitz and Dave Alper. Mrs. Turk was chairman of the membership tea held last Wednesday by the chapter. The chapter is planning Face Facts Rabbi David Raab, of the Temple Emanuel. Ft. Lauderdale, was guest speaker before the Zionist Organization of West Palm Beach Sunday evening. The meeting was held in the Temple Both El ] Kl .,„., s |, realized how close to and there was a large audience actu; ,i reality he was the other Bu GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director, Anti-Defamation League THE COLUMBIANS SING doubt whether Rabbi Leon representing the Hadassah chapter as well as prominent members of the community. • • • Mrs. Esther Weinstein of Ft. Lauderdale is at the Broward General hospital. • • Mark Everet Siegel celebrated his third birthday. Dec. 3 with a party at his home. Among the guesti were Nina Lepensky, Buddy and Mickey Tarler, Judy Bennett. Charlo Phares. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tarler. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lolunchcon''and'fashion'"show''for P""*? .>nd Mark's parents. Mr. Valentine's Day. Palestine Night Set For Center Wednesday Palestine Night will be held for members and friends of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Wednesday evening at the Center in cooperation with the Miami Beach Zionist district and the Bureau of Jewish Education. and Mrs. O. Siegel. • • • Miss Ester Lee Silverman, daughter <>f Mr. and Mrs. Paul Silverman, Ft Lauderdale. has been named associate editor of the publication edited at Hillel house at the Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee. • • • The Temple Emanuel monthly social was held Dec. 9 at the Temple. Sponsors for the occasion The March of Time film— ; were Mrs. Ross Epstein and Mrs. 'Palestine. Problem and Promise" |Paul Silverman. —will be shown and a program of ... Palestinian music will be preAmong the many visitors to Broward countv are Mrs. A. Flam sen ted. The public is invited. and her daughter, Elaine, of Chi'cago. 111. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collim & Wah. Ave. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Prirate Usa. Also for Hebrew Schools. PUD -C1D Telephone 5-1017 BOARD TO MEET A board meeting will be held by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel. 1:30 p.m. Monday in Kaplan hall u( the Temple, according to Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, president. BONDED SHIPPERS Andre FRESH-MADE CANDIES MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Phones: 58 3614 58-3615 1121 Washington Avenue 429 Lincoln Road 509 Collins Avenue 112 E. Flagler Street Lorraine Arcade Room 202 Phone 9-3373 Fine FURS AT SACRIFICE PRICES at f. % QMULO'I 2u* Co.. EXPERT FURRIERS TO REPAIR, REMODEL and CLEAN YOUR FINE FURS night when he pnached the sermon "The Pilgrim Fathers, the Columbians and the Stranger." I heard the popular Miami Beach spiritual leader draw upon historical facts and present activities of subversive organizations to prophesy the wave of the future as symbolized by Franz Kindler, the character in the current movie, "The Stranger." Kindler is the sinister fictioned figure sent to America by the Nazis to undermine our democracy and prepare the soil for the Fascist conquest of this country. Actually. Rabbi Kronish, that is precisely the fact. Eugene Segal. Clereland Press's brilliant staff writer, broke the story that Emory C. Burke, head of Columbians, Inc., had. prior to the war, fraternized with a rare assortment of German agents and propagandists. In 1938, for example, the "American Bulletin." a publication of the American National Socialists, formed in direct imitation of the Nationof Socialists (Nazi) party, bears in its masthead the name of Burke as associate editor. The publisher of this un-American sheet was Anne Tallian, a leader of the Nazi movement in America. Other associates of Burke included Henry G. Curtiss, a Hitler sympathizer and active in Christian Mobilizer; Ernest Elmhurst, of Christian Front disrepute, and Hubert Schmuederreich, arrested by the FBI in 1942 for sending Nazi propaganda pamphlets to our servicemen. Rabbi, it is a known fact today that the Nazi masterminds planned the survival of Nazi influence through such organizations as the Columbians. Significantly the Columbians adopted the I Nazi creed and techniques in all I details, with emphasis on antiSemitism and persecution of, the Negro. Even the swastika was" assumed as their emblem, although rquashed into the form of a lightning rod. This week the story broke that two Columbian leaders have signed a confession implicating the organization as a Hitler-like j scheme to take over the governiment of the United States. In characteristic Nazi fashion, jthe group planned to shoot Negroes and Jews, first running them out of Georgia. The group then planned to spread their activities to other states, eventually hoping to assume political power in this country. I have long preached the doctrine that •Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." Vigilance has paid off. The energy, the effort and the resources expended in in>tmg this subversive organization have resulted in exposing it as a Hitler-inspired plan to persecute minorities and attain ultimate political power. SEASON'S GREYflNGV" To My Jewish Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2900 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 4-5951 ASK FOR PETER DOELGER LAMBIC {Premium) BEER LAMBIC (Scotch) ALE IT'S THE BEST LEGAL ItOTICES NOTICS IS HF.KF.HY (5IVKN that the undersigned, denlrlng t<> f-nKHKe in hunineaa under the flrtltloua name nf FLORIDA ri'MOl.STKHY SII'I'I.Y OO., In the City of Miami. Florida Intend to reRlater the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HKKHKHT HOFFMAN HF.TTY HOFFMAN EDWARD H. l.KVIN. 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;' I PAGE EIGHT +Jeislifhridttan_ \ if, i. %  %  %  i • n I %  MT. SINAI HOSPITAL DAY (Sunday, December 15,1946) A MESSAGE TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY AND VISITORS OF GREATER MIAMI: On Sunday, December 15, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in conjunction with the Mt. Sinai Hospital oi Greater Miami, Inc., will launch a campaign for $2,500,000 for a Jewish-sponsored non-sectarian general hospital. Construction of Mt. Sinai Hospital will commence as soon as the $2,500,000 is pledged. It is confidently expected that ground will be broken in 1947. To the Jewish Community, our visitors and winter residents, the campaign comes as a clarion call to cooperate in building a vitally-needed institution—a Jewish-sponsored Hospital that will be one of the outstanding medical centers of the South. Mt. Sinai will be a 200-bed general hospital located on a site easily accessible to Miami and Miami Beach. ... It will be built according to the best of modern hospital standards ... It will contain the most advanced laboratory equipment and facilities ... It will be staffed by outstanding physicians and surgeons ... It will be administered on a non-sectarian basis, both as to patients and staff. Greater Miami's Jewish citizens, including vacationists and part-year residents, will contribute to the hospital building fund at a giving level, commensurate with the magnitude of the undertaking, because: To do so is in keeping with American-Jewish tradition. (In some 26 American cities there now exist Jewish-sponsored hospitals.) They recognize the urgent need. They know that Greater Miami, to live up to its spreading reputation as a health center, must provide additional facilities where physicians can adequately treat their patients, where the medical profession can improve its standards and techniques through clinical work, through research and through teaching opportunities. They have always donated liberally to humanitarian causes. The decision to start this drive NOW for $2,500,000 rests upon the sure knowledge that the Jewish Community, and thousands of visitors from all over the nation, made aware of the great need and of the tremendous necessity for their wholehearted support, will meet this obligation to add to the community welfare facilities. In Mt. Sinai we are making a sound investment in community living. BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. Inc. SAM BLANK MRS. MAX DOBRIN SAMUEL FRIEDLAND MOSES GINSBERG DR. MORRIS GOODMAN I. GERALD LEWIS BARON de HIRSCH MEYER STANLEY C. MYERS MONTE SELIG JACOB SHER WM. D. SINGER JOSEPH R. STEIN ARTHUR A. UNGAR CARL WEINKLE HENRY D. WILLIAMS MITCHELL WOLFSON ABRAHAM GOODMAN MAX OROVITZ ALEX VAN STRAATEN CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: MIAMI: 1 002 Congress Building. Phone 3-5411 MIAMI BEACH: 1660 Michigan Avenue. Phone 58-2014 CAMPAIGN GOAL $2,500,000



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pprEMBg _13, 1946 I JEWS SHQLD DEM A. P. GANNES v the Executive Director of the Bureau of Jewish the fou rth of %  seriei on Jewnh Book Month.) B' C has been said that the book is the strongest weapon ,. In the atomic age. one begins to wonder whether not a h n S '" JeWS b "argu1 Marks or the "H.story of ''"• •>'/' by Sachar or Joseph KastehV. "History and fig ibJ ews are *nt A ne three Volume —,......,' Judaism." M. ^^ -'re'hVorthe past, an 9&&lZdZ%S£ %  ^'^'MJK^ :op to think, deeper than the struggle for power s '' ""I ESJ ays." leas, ideology and the way of life. The ideolo Literature: Waxman-"Histr day are the same total of man's thinking ex-i" f Jewish Literature" Leo Sc additions through the centuries. No idea today '., The Jewish' Caravans" • the absolute sense—since it is based on man's travail f My People," and 'a a better moral world today. ^ Treasure of Jewish Liti conflict mevailing i"" u r —. —rr *""*'4 ex £ and traditions through the centuries. No idea today Iff in like o betici II""--%  Who can deny the role of the written word? Mankind has iWn Dltl ,,. wars to effectuate* GREETINGS... French Benzol Cleaners & Laundry, Inc. 99 S. W. 7th Street Phone 2-5901 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKAH FREE DELIVERY PHONE 5-1719 FREE GIFT WRAPPING Bh Caravans,"! THE MODERNE PHARMACY I those %  power. However, not used for •. a of th c written Cally world conflict is be, w ho have great minthe weap. the art of rather for the fulfillment | wav of We that will uphold laignity. individually and Creature created in the image t Almighty. j e w was the artist par exCce in the world of ideas, of 1 and of an order of jusJ a peace. All through the [he has bun steeped in the %  The Jews have been called Feople of the Book" in con1 the "People of the The Ji w has stood for i ability as "homo sapiens" k ve his lot by means of (ram and has taught the i to disdain brawn as brawn. .. else but this emphasis 1 have helped the survival of Epic that was homeless, landIwithout a government, within army and without all the ferments of other peoples? t tr.i Jews read and studied ; past is an easy matter to jmine. Up to about 150 years Jews read and studied Bi:le and Talmud and books I to them. When the Jews %  d their > mancipation their Ir.gs went far afield. Jewish feclual interests and pursuits feverishly although the %  stir, the Jewish book per se r ks do Jews read i^What should the informed Iread? I tionaire was sent to Bpeople ol this community Jestir.g each person to list I''-' ks an informed Jew |lread. The answers we reere too few to warrant I T %  > indicate a varri interests and tastes. As expected, the Bible and B history took their rightful %  in the selection! by everyone Berman (age 18), in f n t„ selecting the Bible |boks of Jewish history inP literary creations by Isjttngwill. Sholom Asch, Bia* Talianoff stresses a %  'eage of modern Jewish ferns but list, books related rish contributions to civilIJ^^Senutism, intercultur* _^A Lipkind emphasizes word. the theme of Palestine in addition to Bible history ar.d lettres. Dr. Click chooses th< en of our literary giants: Peretz, Bialik, Mendele, Ash, Singer, 1 gather he is of the opinion that this is an excellent approai a deep knowledge of Jews and their problems. Rabbi Jacob H Kaplan is a philosopher and stresses book dealing with the philosophy of Jewish life. Jewish thought and philosophy to him are thi of Judaism. Naturally he don l fail to list the Bible ar.d cl Jewish history books. As for myself—what would I list as basic reading for the Jew who wishes to be informed? I should like to divide my list into several categories: Jewish history for the man who has more time, Graetz' "History of the Jews" and Dubnow's "History of the Jew" are basic. %  rature." Zionism: For a thorough studv -Sokolow-History of Zionism." n one> volume, RevuskyWJews •n Palestme"_is an excellent lundamenta] book. In the world of novels—those by Ash, Singer. Feuchtwanger— will give a fine portrayal of Jewish life in fiction. For Jewish problems-the I irtisan Guide" by Milton Steinberg, the "Jewish Refugee" by rartakowa—are highly recommi tided. On Antt-Si mitism—M. Samuels — The Great Hatred," "Israel Among the Nations" and Feinbergs "Combating Anti-Semitism '-will give a good grounding on the issue facing Jews throughout the centuries. A slogan "Books are Bridges" was used recently in observance hildren's book week. For us Jews this phrase is poignant. Our books indeed are the links in the chain of Jewish cultural heritage. 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£ tggflp a if K^to Mark f. N ight Monday F D1S Si will bo held ^J^^JkrkHari at *? irt h wnagogue,31lWBriiiJ> j8C0 a .MBIII. Monday unfci hip i t he Miami fr Z St ^"conduct tKe feSEh will indude the e ng n a March of Time *%a* about Pales r'k n Burris, president of ,Ja H rs" who participated in Miami's ai >WS as far back as 1929. Many M fliers who were starting their careen in those : mi r have won international fame. J. & J. APPLIANCES Radios, Ranges. Refrigerators, Washers 1124 N. W. 7th AVE. Phone 9-4091 J. H. Gibson, Jr. J. N. Peeples mmm ^0tt^mmmmm _.J.llfT JEWELS SILVER WORK OF ART Furniture, Antiques and Curios INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1109 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach A. SCHORR, Representative Business Phone 58-1025 Residence Phone 2-2503 Happy Chanukah New Location ACME SUPPLY COMPANY Specialists in ROOFING METAL WORK Gutters. Leaders. Skylights Ventilators Boat Tanks Air-Conditioning 1905 N. W. First Court PHONE 9-1807 The 800 refugees left a Greek port Dec. 3 in a .-.'nail overcrowded vessel and were caught in a i. rrific storm in the Aegean sea. SEASON'S BEST WISHES v LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. T 67 N. E. 36th Street PHONE 7-6693 COMPLIMENTS OF THE LEAR SCHOOL Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th Morning: Academic Instruction Afternoons: Music, Dramatics and Swimming. LARGE PRIVATE POOL ON PREMISES. 1010 West Ave. Phone 5-0606 Greetings E.C. CHANUKAH GREETINGS C. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. First Street Phone 2-8669 CHARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College Soecial Night School Classes y Friday I ii to 9:00 P.M. Sixth Floor. Postal Building PHONE 3-4859 Mary Williams, B.C.S.. Din HOLIDAY GREETINGS SENATE HOTEL BEACON HOTEL LINCOLN CENTER HOTEL EL PASO HOTEL GENERAL AGENT Industrial Insurance Co. of New Jersey 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 48-1706 GREETINGS FROM WITHERS VAN LINE. Inc. LONG DISTANCE FURNITURE MOVERS 1000 N. E. Fir it Avenue Phone 3-2667 MIAMI. FLORIDA CHANUKA GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY FIICHEM OLD-MOBILE 1740 N. E. Second Avenue 3-5485 IT I %  m i i i l 5 < i P J i • 12 1 *' I



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PAGE SIX *Jeistifk>ridrterJ i. I *i i I* > ; i, t'tf u i -^^^MBQi Flight From Tel Aviv Stops Over In Miami First glimpse of North America for 22 Palestinians and Europeans was Miami's airport. The group arrived here at 4 a.m. Tuesday on a Skyways International charter plane and left several hours later for New York on another plane. Flown from Tel Aviv via Brazil, the passengers were expected here Saturday but were delayed in San Juan by engine trouble. Among the passengers was H. J. Rehfisch, German-born playwright who made a round-about trip from London by way of Palestine. He is co-author of "Piece de Resistance" which is being piepared for Broadway production by Harold Clurman. Mrs Rehfisch accompanied him. The group was met by Mrs. Max J. Finkelstein, director of the Service to the Foreign Born department of the National Council of Jewish Women, who assisted them in clearing with customs and immigration officials. MIAMI WOMEN PREPARE SOS SHIPMENT Beach Hadassah Seeks Sewing Project Aides Women who can "sew a fine seam" or otherwise wield sewing implements are being sought by the Miami Beach group of Hadassah to aid in its Palestine supplies project. A sewing room at the Beach Y is open from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. each Tuesday under the chairmanship of Mrs. Freda Newman. 1411 Collins ave. Volunteers are needed to make children's clothing, hospital supplies and knitted goods for refugees now settled in Palestine. Sewing machines and materials are also in demand. Just Leslie EUTQI Publisher ,o Descrik, Tnp to Middle Eos? [•turned from Balogh Bain Luro savers Bam will discuss his r^ to concentration r""* !" 1 "^ Middle East "d T, S ? prediction of thtagTta S the Palestine situation* *** Newly elected pr esid „ n nett Roth, will chL h "I, to which the pubUcTinSS A goal of ,.ooo new JJJI to being sought by the B • campaign headed bv weinkle. After 40 years as a life-saving signal on Ihe seas, the dramatic SOS call now is helping tc save lives throughout Europe. Last week, as the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the international SOS distress signal was observed, members of the leal SOS (supplies for overseas survivors) drive prepared another large shipment for delivery to New York where it will be relayed to the more than 1,500,000 Jews in Europe who survived a decade of war and Nazi terror. Preparing the shipment were Mrs. Monte Selig, over-all SOS chairman for Greater Miami; Mrs. Ben Essen, Miami chairman; Mrs. Fred Sandier, Mrs. Mildred Hirshen and Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, Miami motor corps chairman, and Mrs. Celia Segal, of the Flamingo Coffee company, who has donated storage space at the company for use by the SOS as a collection center. Sixteen national organizations cooperate in the SOS drive. Mrs. Selig and Mrs. Essen represent National Council of Jewish Women and the others pictured are members of Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine.—Photo by Philip A. Feldman. Local Groups Choose BJE Representatives Jewish organizations and congregations of Greater Miami have I een asked by Louis Heiman, president of the Bureau of J' wish Education, to select representatives to serve on the Bureau during 1947. Each Jewish organization is entitled to one representative. A ci ngregation or school affiliated with the Bureau is entitled to two. Heiman requested that the names be submitted bv Dec. 15. Th t board of directors of the r !" !" 1. Bureau will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at Beth David. HAPPY CHANUKAH DR. T. L LOWRIE 828 N. W. 3rd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA Central Beach Women Help Chest Campaign Central Beach division of the Community Chest campaign went over the top this week under the guidance of Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 N. Meridian ave. Covering the territory between Lincoln id. and 41st St., fron the Ocean to the Bay. Mrs. Alpert'* campaign workers raised $5,000 by Monday. Their quota was $4,300. Mrs Alpert's captains were Mrs. Harold Auslander. who raised 196 per cent of her individual quota; Mrs. A. J. England. 116 per (.•nt: Mrs. Waller Eckert, 121, and Mrs. Edward L. 36. Mrs. Alpert raised 126.7 per cent. conCulheld Joint Recital Set By Culture Committee Second of the 1946-47 cert series of the Jewish tural committee will be Sunday evening, Dec. 22, at the Miami Beach Senior High school, when Marguerite Kozenn, dramatic soprano, and Julius Chajes, composer-pianist, will be presented in a joint recital. Tickets may be purchased at the Miami and Miami Beach Y's, and the Bureau of Jewish Education. CHANUKA GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Streei PHONE 9-5908 MIAMI BEACH SRO SIGN GOES UP Whin 400 women attended the Hadassah meeting at a Beach hotel Monday afternoon, the Standing Room Only sign was put tO use Mis Murry Grossman, vice president, who was chairman of the meeting, promised that ample provision for all guests will be made at next month's meeting. Yiddish Course Starts Conversational Yiddish will be taught at a class which will be held weekly at the Miami Y beginning at 8 p.m. Monday. Pan of the adult education program sponsored by a number of town organizations, the class will aid beginners in reading and writing as well as speaking Yiddish. M. Gleberman will be the instructor. Following the language class each irk, discussion of movements in Jewish history will be conducted by prominent lecturers. Final class in the School for Jewish Women will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at 223 East Flagler st.. under the direction of A. P. Cannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. "Organized Jewish Life in America" will be the subject. Gannes said that a group may be organized to study modern Jewish literature. :nct Jerorj Juvenile Championship Slated At Biscayne Ova The richest Biscayne Juva championship ever run m „ history of Florida's oldest oped mg greyhound racing center J one of the richest greyly stakes of all times, is now wi, way at the Biscayne Kenadd The event is offering more tij $5,000 in pluses. Attracting a final entry oil star youngsters, the closing fin round eliminations will be tonight and Saturday night. Nel week will see the nightly 10-r, cards featuring the second ron eliminations and semi-finals, i leading to the champion.. finals on Dec. 23. With the remaining programs! this first meeting for this seal at Biscayne all listing stelli features nightly, the racingsU at 8 pm with the daily douh] on the first and third Quinielas are listed on evorynl while the night's final race! over the famed Biscayne thon course. SISTERHOOD MEMBE TO MODEL FASHIONS | A fashion show will be prj sented by the Sisterhood of Tea pie Beth Sol m 8:30 p.m. WednaJ day at the Temple. 4144 Chi ave., Miami Beach. Members of the Sisterhood i model wearing apparel xonti uted by Louis Haftel of Lined] rd., furs by Alexanders Shop. Hair styles will be done! Lewis Beauty Shoppe. M Emanuel Goldstrich, progrfl chairman, will be commentator] A humorous program will presented. The public is invited j attend. JINKINS HELPY SELF! Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes in Our Modern Maytag Washers Use That Soft City Water For a Whiter Wash We Sell Soap, Bleach and Starch Rate, 60c Per Hour 2219 N. 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oovright, 1<. 8 ven Artt ^• %  ur Syndicate) PLAIN TALK .FROM ALFRED SEGALi m asked to write something special for Chanukah and Toretty hard for Chanukah to speak up amid the current of Christmas. Not that I minimize Chanukah in the leasl IH 0 wish that our religious teachers thought up ways tc irhanukah as lovely as Christmas in the hearts of the kids Imusl confess that I like Christmas, though to say this may Imn me for heresy. I like the good will of Christmas which I season of the year, makes tolerable human beings out o! deed, if I were m lluenual enough I would establish Christ a wa v of life all year lu alas, on the day after s people take up their £,ed skullduggeriai. a j cw who is dazzled bv Christmas trees to devoutly that Christians the illumination of a trees In their hearts and day out. i not one of those who feel fol because in the public Jewish children get „as teaching. Its all right ne that our children get [glimpses of the loveliness this season occurs in the [of their neighbors. s reminds me of one nas eve, several years ago. to bed feeling rather that from then till next j,as I wouldn't have to m more Christmas stories secular press by which I iloyedThere had been almonth of that kind of I for me and a writer abstick to one routine of I too long. I composed mynfortably in bed, I closed and who do you think before me almost imlely after my senses had iaken over by sleep? vas none other than Santa I himself. I had been writI Santa Claus day after day lad been glad to be at last the old guy, when he apin my dream. I t/iis ju-t too much? Ihm. [old man seemed abashed truculent greeting. ; said, "if you don't want und, I'll go." hu I felt sory. "Well, | feel that way about it." Bid that the fact was that I called on me on a matter HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL III T I MORRIS and SAM &LER PRODUCE COMPANY M N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-5197 \W HOTIL ""IP! ." fi&B,; ,tt"3f |, 8Sfl *HER CUISINE P ".rr*' ,M,M "" "_Conci


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pAY D ECEMBER 13, 1946 t7^NTT0ATTEND~" EMPLETON CONCERT P* „. in the Alec Templeton [STwWch the Tempi..Beth n parent-T.acher association Jo |om „' .. j ; ,n. 9 will be invited S55honoring the blind [ a [fat the Hall of Art, 415 i/rd following his perH" L It the White Temple joj-jiiance ** l£ Pochapin, director of the H J 0 X f Art. will be host Recepl1 .rrangementa are being surged bv Ruth Brotman, who fm inafiing the concert; Princess f raracciolo and her guest, fefet-mSter Alexandre GavK,vand Miss Bertha Foster, Dr. k Hampton, and the Mesdames Cvinpton Street, Leon Eli, Alext Acr Kogan and Muriel Hirsch. Mrs. EH and Mrs. Kogan are ichairmen of the concert. Chairman 0 f tickets is Mrs. Emanuel la-kind with Mrs. Charles Grossand Mrs. Gordon Wolken' %  BS cochairman. Mrs. Norman Maran and her Lchairman, Mrs. Simon Wolff, Lrc signing up sponsors and pattens. Council Seeks 13 Here For Relatives Overseas Thirteen people are being jc'jght by the Service to the Forfcgn Born department, Miami secton, National Council of Jewish fe'omen, on behalf of friends and (datives overseas. They are Mrs. Irene Lloyd iought by Mrs. L. Mago; Erika Clanz and Helena Schuetz by Siton Scr.iu ffer; Erika Glanz by [.T.ma Reich; Minna Lowlaski Ewwenthal by Gertrude Kotalsk: Luder; Morris Janovici by Bicma Pekelman; Leopold Cohen nThea Behrends. Minnie Greenberg by Berta Keubcrtf Fischl; Moses Hutter by Genio Beitscher; Willy Brauer by Ernestine Brauer; Samuel Olmer IbyMalka Page] Olmer; Max Wohl land Emil Fraenke) by Dr. BerIty Zoltan Rosenbaum; Thoodor Pitd Birr.. Persons having information %  at would help in locating these people are asked to contact the Service to the Foreign Born, 506 ICongre.-s hldg. W p n inH Ced K th,S W6ek bv J "'" !" th6re bt t0 n^ ot h im anv Weinkle, chairman. Th, contest in ^ere, any time' H e L ,' m J y with publ.c and Catholic schools reproachfully as at f„ P l? 6 w.Il particpate was put ft unl „ after all m/protesta ions oMib" „ rU .t ry J n der n 1 X conflict eralism, seemed h 5c-£ U nd hv with the National Forensic league U*oui dogma by in which schools are now taking He and Elijah, he said, were P I.' „ I ^ Personalized expressions of To date. Gesu, St. Patrick th same ldoa,s: Love, justice and Ponce de Leon, Andrew Jackson """P-'^ion. The only difference and Miami senior high schools Was lllat E1 'Jah was a solemn old have accepted the invitation to Ru '' wh,le he s <">ta Claus, cardebate. led a beaming countenance. The topic to be debated is-' h earts are the same We "Resolved: That the Constitution fS* i messen 8 rs f the same Should Be Amended to Provide i 'tun, for the election of a President W d you havc mo do? Within 60 Days From Such Time; !RL M lllf As a Clear Majority in Each f vr I d ^ e to see my friend House of Congress is a Different \7ZT, B „ et the Bame break at Political Party Than the Execu\*i, r 5 ah amon K Jewish children tive Branch." Semi-finals will be R V n d at i: hr stmas That's all. held Feb. 17 and 20 and finals u u"* P! ,ah nt il you ean around Feb. 20. m *_i?. nanukan a s significant as The winning team will be awarded a one-week trip to Washington, D.C., next spring with all expenses paid. Sightseeing trips and additional entertainments are being planned. PAGE TWENTY-THREE the rabbis around to the idea that Elijah is just as good on Chanukah as on Passover." Yes, dear Rabbis, I shouldn't mind at all if Elijah as well as Santa Claus came with gifts to my grandchildren: Ellen, Jan, Paul, Richard, Betty and Karen. I myself am as willing to conspire with Elijah to make sure they get the proper gifts on Chanukah. Song to Be Published "Hymn of the Hundred Thousand,' a song about surviving European Jews, written by Abe Weiss of Miami Beach will be published privately in New York in the near future. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker at the Grace Methodist church Sunday evening. His topic will be "Youth and Their Place in the World," Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN -NATUROPATHIC MEDICINEPhysio Therapy, Colon Irrigation, Diet, Spinal Manipulation., Etc. HELP NATURE MAKE YOU WELL PALMA HEALTH CLINIC Formerly Mattera Health Clinic, 318 Seybold Bldg. Phone 3-3435 Christmas." He wanted me to speak to the rabbis. "You have a portion of the Jewish press to speak through. Maybe you can bring Center Women to Stage Amateur Contest Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood will celebrate Chanukah with an amateur variety contest 8:15 Monday at the Center. Prizes will be awarded the winners who will be judged by audience' applause. Harold Shapiro will officiate as master of ceremonies. He will be introduced by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program chairman. Chanukah refreshments and a social hour will follow the meeting to which members have been! invited to bring their husbands, i Plans for a bingo party at the i Center Dee. 21 will be discussed. Mrs. Joseph Berman, chairman,! and Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs. 1 Joseph Lipton, are in charge of arrangements. Lincoln Road shops, have donated prizes FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS PSYCHIC MEDIUM will give you lucky days and numbers Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take Bus to Door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 [Spivakovsky to Appear Violinist Tossy Spivakovsky Iwill be presented by the UniIvo.ty | f Miami in a recital SunIday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in %  ke Miami Senior High school aupitorium. Spivakovsky will play two %  numbers by Bach as well as %  •election* by Viotti, Glazounov, IBartok, Chopin, Copland and Pa%  gamni. Colling Garment Migra.. 'Laundries Cleaners. Tailors dressmakers! BUTTONS „ for All Purposes PRESSING ROOM SUPPLIES. HANGERS. PINS. NEEDLES. SCISSORS. SHEARS Phone 2-5590 FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. 2 W. Flagler Street For The Best DAiOAtaiuAz Ghed Hand Made Chocolates Created By The House of GIRARD CANDIED FRUITS By FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX (The Original) REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE PARCEL POST FROM COAST TO COAST 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power S. Light Co. POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL COME IN AND ENJOY ALPERT'S RESTAURANT No. 6 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach Club Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinners and Specials SAME FINE FOODS—Our 14th Year—SAME MANAGEMENT MENDELSOHN'S Ocean Villa Kosher Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue, corner 13th Street, Miami Beach OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 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3AV DECEMBER 13, 1946 *Je*l$l,rkrHl* Litv agency serve. U T Jewish Social Service 1 f„ one of the 22 Community iS Sficiaries, has helped KJSth. nine months from B r l through November of this tfaSing to JSSB director fharles Cohen. fiv these, 227 were cases in LJh JSSB acted as an agent tother organizations here and "'^nvecn 40 and 50 of those • were admissions applica',,,.,1 we investigated for the Jewish Home for the Aged," 'ohen said. I .The 488 easts other than the quests from other organizations ,cerned 1500 individual peoUe Many could not b e served t JSSB workers, Cohen said. hundred sixty-three people fere r.ot accepted for continued L-vice because In some instances L agency was not prepared to Eve the required service. [Sometimes the person was not L(jv or willing to use the agenf_a factor important to the soluof personal problems. In n the applicant needed services of another commui:y agency or had requested rouinformation only. JSSB is not primarily a charity organization. although Imany people have that impretliicn. Cohen explained. The [bureau specializes in helping [people solve the problems of [their marriages, family life. [personality difficulties. etc. [Approximately 70 per cent of the [direct service cases handled by |JSSB in the last nine months [were of this type. Of the total lease load of 715, relief was not [involved in 86.4 percent of the I cases. Or.'.y 91 pei pie received some PAGE TWENTY-ONE Alpha Epsilon Pi Joins University Groups Alpha Epsilon Pi has been officially recognized by the University of Miami as the newest national fraternity to come on campus. Founded at New York university in 1913, AEPi has undergraduate chapters and alumni clubs throughout the entire country. The University of Miami Chapter was formcrlly pledged to Alpha Epsilon Pi at a pledging ceremony conducting recently at the Grossingcr-Pancoast hotel, by the Miami Alumni club. Officers of the University chapter are Herbert S. Oldfield, master; Robert F. Block, lieutenant master; Harry B. Smith, recording scribe; Frank J. Nankin, corresponding scribe; Harold A. Grcenberg, exchequer; Benjamin | Langlcb, historian, and William Shmickler, sentinel. Other members of the chapter are: Merritt N. Abrams, Jerome Ackerman, Murray S. Bast, Myron Cohen, Bennett Goldman, David Two case workers of the Jewish Social Service bureau interview clients in the same room Cravcr, Leon Gurney, Edward L. due to the lack ol ample office space. The bureau, located at 127 N. W. Second st., has four small rooms for six stafi members and one of the offices is used as a reception room. JSSB workers say that clients need privacy when they discuss personal problems. form of material assistance, "You couldn't call some of these relief cases," Cohen said, "for we've included in this figure minor expenditures like buying lunch for a European Jewish child whom one of our case workers is helping." The total relief expenditure by JSSB in the past nine months was $10,958.74. This included total support for some people, supplementations of incomes, and supplementation of grants from the old age assistance program and the city charities agency. Work of the bureau is handled by three case workers and two clerical workers in addition to Cohen. The bureau had hoped THE 0/uyin*£ MANNtNG 'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE "THE FISH WE SERVE TO DAY Dr. Kaplan to Discuss Philosophy of Judaism "The Philosophy of Judaism" is the topic Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will discuss at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Spino/a Forum, 11th St., between Collins ave. and Ocean dr. Dr. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, is professor of Philosophy at the University of Miami. Harrison Bard will read original verse and prose. A musical program, featuring Rachma nff's "Second oncerto," will presented. Chaim Rose is chairman of the program. to engage a fourth professional case worker this year but was unable to do so because the Community Chest was forced to reduce grants to member agencies when the Chest goal was not met last year. Beach JWV Auxiliary To Cast Ballots Newly organized Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans, Post 330, will elect officers at the third meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday at the American Legion post, 1828 Alton rd. Pending the election, Mrs. Sol Jaffe is acting chairman. Still in the formative stage, the chapter welcomes new members. Eligible for membership are wives, mothers, sisters, daughters and granddaughters of Jewish War Veterans. Meetings are held the first and third Wednesday of every month at th e American Legion pos:. Jacobs, Morton L. Kasman, Marvin S. Kellman, Jerome H. Lorber, Harvey Lowenbar, Jack S. Mades, Marvin Mandell, Bernard S. Mandler and Burton S. Marks. Officers of the Miami Alumni club are: Edward J. Steinberg, president; Loui6 Gillman, vice president; Harold Shapiro, secretary; Dr. Stanley Weinkle, treasurer, and Dr. Maurice Rich, sentinel. The Alumni club maintains offices at 927 Lincoln rd. Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatment* of acute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for car* of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electsie-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE, M. D. Medical Director and Presldsnt 1861 N. W. 8. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243—B-1042 Open to Members of Dade County Medical Assn. ^ .,. 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L pg EMBEBM; 1946 L^dHome Group (fork Anniversary flnjamin Sherry will beyond ye r :,s P resldent kr M ,ami'n''^h Women's „ to the Jewish Home Kjcd following her inL „ noxt week. Q of office will be giv| ^Sydney IWeintraub at vNhrv's tint anniversary fiT12:30 P.m. Tuesday fwofford hotel. '. to be installed are Mrs. llmAppel.M'* MaxGreenr,crs Weintraub, Mrs. Sam i'^'Mrs. Phill'P Wcinberg. KSdents; Mrs. Benjamin ftoancial secretary! Mrs. %  feck corresponding secreIIK Morris Sparber, assistVespondmR secretary; Mrs. Ll/Cowen. recording sectgrs. Jacob Plotkin, treaslilrs A. J Tobin, auditor. Veesare Mrs.Moscs Krieger, k, x Weiss and Mrs. Harold Lt. Mis. I. Chavez is chap, program will include the j of the Chanukah canLRabbi C'olman A. ZwitI jucst speaker, and presen\ of piano selections by Mrs. i Goldstein. jof the fust people to be[intercsted in the welfare of jople in the local area, Mrs. k calls helping the aged her L hobby. She has been fled with the BMZ Home • Aged in Chicago for the years and founded the [junior auxiliary 27 years Active in the American i C'ngre.-s .md other orJjtons. she has been a resifof Miami Beach since 1943. iated at :i luncheon given i Max Greenberg and Mrs. pPlotkin last year, the Beach to the local Home for I now boasts 600 memi Philip Weinberg, 1239 Al,and Mrs. Rose Beck, 1571 ^ylvania ave are in charge (anniversary event. Reseri will be closed today. ^J^htlkridlian MRS. SHERRY Jews Resentful IDAPEST IJTA)— The Jews igary are bitterly resentful (action of the court of ap, which last week sharply d death sentences imposed Rons responsible for the udaras pogrom, which cost |ves of four Jews, and strong are contemplated, in. street demonstrations, [Stoeckler. president of the i Community council, said First Evening Review Set By Miami AJC First evening book review will be sponsored by the Miami chapter, Women's division of the American Jewish Congress, 8 p.m. Monday at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave., Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg, cultural chairman, announces. Mr. I. M. Weinstein will reviewArthur Koestler's "Thieves in the Night," best selling novel about contemporary Palestine. Both the Jewish and Arab side of the story are presented by the author who has been likened to Tolstoy, Dostoevsky and Dickens in his dramatization. Evening reviews may be held from time to time if the first one proves successful, Mrs. Weinberg said. Lehrmans to Be Hosts At Chanukah Reception Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be hosts at their annual Chanukah reception from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at their home. Guests will include members of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and Sisterhood and other friends of the Lehrmans. No invitations have been issued. This is the fourth year that Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman have held open house at the Beach on Chanukah. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF Topper's Food Market p COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Strictly T^a 'rc-p'-iQc Meat and Poultry Market ALSO DELICATESSEN. GROCERIES and FRUIT PHONE 58-2183 LAZA South End Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Wed.-Thurs.. Dec. 18-19 BIG THREE PART ALL-RUSSIAN SHOW! A UNFORGETTABLE STORY OF LENINGRAD'S YOUNGEST HEROES! 'n<*o There Was A Girl Acclaimed by the Press PLUS "LENINGRAD MUSIC HALL' I Peat otTn" 9 ,he Soyi U ni M Distinguished Artist. Bdllet Opera. Symphonic Mu.ic and Folk Danc.ng AND "MAY DAY IN RUSSIA" AH Russian Dialogue — English Titles Women's Clubs Form Coordinating Group of ^nation f th "*** duhSii > y Jewish w ~' s !" be undertaken by „ew £oup which selected M,l JJ "• %  IWeintraub as temporary t %  '•'' *• first meeting ruesday morning. .,.'' %  %  .inference of Jewish Organizations will "" •Permanent officers at a :""";'>• """"> to which the %  'dent and one representative 1 -h club will be Invited Serving with Mrs. Weintraub while the conference is in the organization stage is a st. committee composed of Mrs Elry Mom.treasurer; Mrs, George rding secretary; Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, president of Temple Israel Sisterhood; 2 n \ L uis Glasser pwrt the Miami Beach Women's division, American Jewish Congress; Monte Selig, repn ntin 'he Miami section, National Couneil of Jewisl Women, and Mrs S monhoff, Hadassah. Isaac Levin was chairman of the meeting Tues Timplo Israel. ; MASADA TO SPONSOR MOONLIGHT CRUISE A moonlight dancing cruise is the event in store for Masada Thursday evening. Guests will board the Showboat at the Fifth st., Miami Beach dock at 8:15 p.m., according to Al Curson, chairman. Tickets, priced at $1.25 per person, may be purchased at fh e boat. Proceeds will aid the recently formed group in its Zionist activities. Congregation Chooses Heiman As President Louis Heiman, chairman of the special gilts division of the Beth David building fund campaign, was elected president of the congregation at a meeting last Wednesday. Elected with Heiman were Sam Weissel, vice president; Max Swartz, treasurer; Burnett Roth, [(cording secretary; Murray G. Cohen, financial secretary. New members of the board of directors are Oscar Argintar, David Brown, Sidney Lcfcourt, Dr. Harold Rand and Bernard A. Sterling. Holdover board members are Jack August. Harry Markowitz, Albert Quadow, Jacob Sher and Hyman Sootin. Dr. Andron to Speak On Zionist Broadcast On the air every Sunday evening, the Miami Beach Zionist MM -„ district is keying its Decemt£t*~ V'^'H '"''' '" %  "• %  "'easts to the World Zionist Congress now meeting in Basle, Switzerland. Dr. David S. Andron, chairman of the DR. ANDRON Beach district's current drive to enroll 3,000 new members, will be principal speaker on the program this Sunday at 7:45 p.m. over Station WKAT. BEACH B'NAI B'RITH TO HEAR JDA REPORT "Linked In Freedom's Cause," a film describing the work of the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish committee will be exhibited at the next meeting of the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith, 8 p.m. Tuesday, at the National hotel auditorium, 17th st. and the Ocean. Charles Wax, southeastern regional representative of the Joint Defense Appeal, will be the principal speaker. His topic will be "Combatting Bigotry in America." The program will also include a report by Godfrey Newman regarding the veterans service work being conducted by the lodge at Nautilus hospital. A formal presentation ceremony of hospital and recreational equipment will be held at the Nautilus hospital Monday. Members, their wives and friends are invited to attend the meeting which will be held in conjunction with the Miami Beach chapter, B'nai B'rith Women. Iva Kitchell, dance humorist, will make a local appearance Dec. 28 under the auspices of the Community Concert Series of the Beach Y. 1690 S. W. 81h St. Phone 3-9305 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER Delicious food, efficient service, popular prices. Sandwiches, wine and beer. Lunches to take out. Jewish and American cooking. We Cater to Parties. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS TO ALL .. SEASON'S BEST WISHES SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. RELIABLE — DEPENDABLE 44 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-0236 JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN Pianist and Voice Coach Lessons may be arranged at Mr. Schreibman's Studio in the Miami School of Applied Arls or at your home. Call the school, 3-4163, or Mr. Schraflsman's residence, 5-4715, for appointment. Formerly a teacher at Temple University of Philadelphia. Mr. Schreibman is a graduate of Charkow Conservatory of Music, in Russia. ZION W3 RESTAURANT WILL OPEN To the Public THURSDAY. DEC. 26th — 4:30 P.M. 722 Washington Avenue Miami Beach PENN HOTEL — PHONE 5-3081 CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road PHONE 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY CHANUKA SOUTH NOVELTY WORKS 3100 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-1614 First Eliminations of the Annual Juvenile GREYHOUND CHAMPIONSHIP More Than $5,000 in Purses The Richest Puppy Race in the Nation POST TIME 8:00 P. M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY • DAILY DOUBLE lst&3rd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE No Minor* Admitted EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION ROUTES „,._,, M; am i Transit busses leave corner of Nr E. 1st Ave. and From Miami. "Jiami ran %  • ,. JQ m From Miami Beach: 2nd St. every .^"hmtoSS at 7 p.m. and at 20-minute intervals S,a ^V„m^7om following !" 'n".:lSth St. and Collins Ave.. 23rd St. until 8 p.m. from fo"Owing Co ,| ins Ave Sportsman Bus Serv.ceand Collins Ave. 71st •"< %  station 7tn S t. and Collins Ave.. and Busses leave Bobbys Service Statn / Jm amJ 7 5Q An Parking tot. 'H"""""*^!? t0 79t h St.. left to N. E. 2nd Ave.. nortTto mthSt". or'N.'w. 7th Ave. and N. E. 2nd Ave. to 1.5h St. p^BEMW It. • %  •. •• '. t-.y-w.i-.v H t> BHHSMB



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PAGE TWENTY-TWO *lentfk>rMirkn ETERNAL LIGHT OF GHANUKAH By small vessel left. It contained enough fuel to last one day. Miraculously, however, th.s little quantity lasted for eight days and nights until other pure oil was prepared. Once more the flame of Judaism burned brightly before the altar of God the eternal REUBEN R. LEVINE Light has always symbolized life. Throughout fl ag* among all peoples the burning light has represented a kind_ o activity with a fascinating glow that is found nowhere else bu light of the eternal people, in life itself. Judaic literature has from earliest tunes used hgh "Nes gadol ha>n ^ a !" as cm illustration to describe its highest values. Tte MF-oul | g .eat mjrjd. occurred^ of man. his innermost being, is compareto C .flame • f or *e ^^ of h(slorJcal spirit of man is a lamp unto the Lord. (Proverbs 20.27) the noiy Torah has also been compared to light and the £! kept in front of the Ark in the synagogue is intended to convey the idea of the enlighteninq power of the Torah. In Jewish ceremonial light* plays an important part. All holy days are ushered in by the kindling of lights. "Without light there can be no peace in the house," said our rabbis, and this manner of welcoming the festivals should be accompanied by the joy and gladness of which light is symbolic. Chanukah stands out especially in the calendar as the "Festival of Lights." The Chanukah lights are reminiscent of another lamp which was lit in the newly purified Temple by the victorious Maccabees in 166 B.C.E. • • • After Alexander the Great of Macedonia conquered Persia in 332 B.C.E., the influence of Greek culture or Hellenism pervaded the whole of the Near East. Its philsosophies and arts, as expounded by men like Socrates. Plato and Aristotle, became the culture from which the whole Western world was to draw. It was not difficult for most peoples I scvcn years of struggle the Macto absorb this influence. The cao ees finally conquered JeruHellenistic ideas appealed to the | Salom and drove out the last vesEgyptians and Syrians, but untlges of Syrian power, fortunately only the superficial ideas of moral laxity and physiTemple. He was annoyed the most by the group of men that called themselves "Hassidim (pious ones) who were fighting valiently to suppress everything foreign 'to Judaism and to restore the rigid morality and the worship of the single God for which Judaism stood. The situation was critical in the full sense of the word. Antiochus was doing everything in his power to uproot Jewish beliefs and practices. He desecrated the Temple with idols and banned the practice of all Jewish observances. Those Israelites devoted to their God and to their people could no longer tolerate such sacrilege. Under the leadership of the zealous Mattathias and his five sons, a band of courageous Jews rose up against the Syrian armies. Victory followed victory for the Jews and thousands of Judeans joined the Maccabean army. After cal pleasure took root among them. The Jews, then spread in great numbers throughout the territory touched by Hellenistic influence, tended also to accept the new culThe Temple was immediately cleansed of the idols and restored to its Jewish sanctity. The "ner tomid" or eternal light, which formerly burned in the Temple day and night, was again relit with great rejoincing. Tradition tells us that when the oil especially prepared for the ner tomid" they found only a TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY ill T ture. In those days religion and what we know as secular culture,victorious Maccabees sought pure were to a great degree co-ex-1 tensive and when a nation adoptI ed a new culture there was little difficulty in adopting its theology as well. Among the Jews, however, the belief in one God was so deeply rooted that even though Hellenism became part of their every-day life, they refused to accept pagan worship. In 175 B.C.E. the despot. Antiochus IV, called "Epiphones" or "Great", became ruler of Syria He was ruthlessly ambitious and knew that the only way to gain full control of his domain would be to regiment his subects into a common Hellenistic pattern. He could not understand why the stubborn Judeans refused to worship idols and were so insistent on keeping them out of their %  IS miracevents is usually viewed with skepticism by us moderns. But was it not a miraculous thing that the victory of a band of guerrillas over the Greco-Syrian armies meant the perpetuation of Judaism itself? The fact that we and our families stand before our Menorahs and kindle the Chanukah lights is hardly less of a miracle. We too represent a generation of Jews that must strive more than ever for the perpetuation of the Judaic values which former gen orations have guarded and bequeathed to us. A light does not burn unless provided with fuel. It is our duty to provide the fuel of sincerity and devotion to feed the light of Judaism. Any person with the true Jewish sentiment must feel these things deeply when he sees the Chanukah Menorahs of many ages and lands, which have survived to our time. (The Museum of Jewish Cere monial Objects at the Jewish Theological Seminary has several splendid examples.) One begins to see the strength and binding force of our Jewish practices. He becomes one with Jews who fashioned those lamps and who used them, as he will use his own, when Chanukah comes. And the Jew who examines them lights his own Menorah with renewed reverance and emotion. GREETINGS WISTERIA FRUIT COMPANY 303 E. Flagler Street MIAMI — PHONE 3-2833 Manufactured By The OLD HOLLAND CHEMICAL CO.. Inc. 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^2?*i;i*i-iTiV-i'-. %  %  ^wfe h I Fl cgid jo u D '"^THE J E W I S HHTNITT I ^^^= 19_NUMBER 50 MIAMI 1 Ii2!HP^J^AY. DECEMBER 13. 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS EA'S BIGGEST DRIVE TO OPEN SUNDAY kt fund-raising campaign jjertakcn by Greater Mi, ry a drive for $2,500,000 lit Sinai hospital, will ithed on three fronts Sunhas been designated tai Hospital Day. Jewish mil gather at a series tches in Miami and Miami open the campaign ofhear the findings my on the hospital situa: ami and Dade [dressing the importance Idjig anothi i hospital here lucted by Dr. Jacob J. jirecUi of the Hospital [Disease: New York, and lority en municipal hosIhe survey estabbeneed i I Greater Miami 10-bed g-ni-i al hospital, at mate cost of nearly $4,It is anticipated that the campaign will reach the one million mark following the brunchei. Formal announcement will be made regarding a plan for the observance of kashrus in the operation of the proposed ho In asking members of the Ji wish community to assume responsibility for the vast undertaking, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, campaign chairman and president of Mt. Sinai hospital, asserted that "confidence in the future of Greater Miami as one of the country's greatest health centers i an best be typified by supporting what we intend to be one of the outstanding hospitals of the South." Meyer stressed the fact that contributors may make their donations to perpetuate the mi of a loved one or honor the name of a living person. DR. GOLUB Sunday's meetings will be sponsored by the hospital committee .and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, of which it is an affiliate. For Miami residents, the brunch will be in the Alcazar hotel, with J, Gerald Lewis presiding. Joseph M. Lipton and .Joseph Rose are cochairmen for the meeting at the Royal Palm hotel, Miami Beach. Jack Abbott and Jack Burris will preside at another brunch in the Shelborne hotel, Miami Beach. The coordinated Federationhospital committee campaign will ie led by Wm. D. Singer, general chairman. Assisting Meyer on the special committee are Marcie Liberman, campaign treasurer; Sam Blank, chairman of initial gifts; Max Orovitz, chairman of special gifts; David Phillips, winter residents; Leonard Wien, visitors; Arthur A. Ungar and Henry H. Hyman, firm gifts; Dr. Louis G. Lytton and Dr. Charles Werblow, physicians; Jacob Sher, race tracks; Harold Salvey and Liberman, amusements; Leo Eisenstein, memorials. The campaign will end on April 15, 1947. Morris Klass, executive director of the Federation, is campaign director. Campaign headquarters are in the Federation offices in the Congress bldg. A special Beach office, under the direction of Samuel Swerdloff, will be at 1660 Michigan ave. A series of radio programs will be dedicated to the campaign Sunday. Leaders of the drive will be heard on Station WIOD at 1:15 p.m. and on WKAT at 8:45 p.m. Other stations are expected to devote time to the drive. 1 U.S. lESTIK PARTITION PLAN IE (JTA! President Truman did not commit the United j the proposal of the Jewish Agency for the partitioning Kine into Jewish and Arab states, but merely said that S. government will support a compromise between this jiond the British "federalization plan," Dr. Abba Hillel : president of the Zionist Organization of America, told laid Zionist Congress. Hiking on the activities of American Jewry, Dr. Silver it clear that he did not intend at present to embark on a Bon of the position of American Zionists on "the partition Pi in Washing-* e of the HOME GETS $19,339 IN Uld "" DOLLAR BILL DRIVE Jerusalem Is Scene Of Pitched Battle JERUSALEM (JTA)—Jerusalem was the scene of a pitched battle last week between British troops and Jewish Il/il HURLS BITTER CHARGE IT BRITISH AT fct foi session. Silver praised Truman for Iforthrightly "for thte first pith thi ranted infion" of King Ibn Saud in Wine issui He also anaBerica's roi< in the Palesstion atnre Ht;i9, describTnere benevolent neuHeads Praesidium isidium of 16 headed by i Weizmann was electtrie sessions of the at a meeting marked P clashes which high1 he political cleavages I "ie delegates. *m Dr. w, izmann'a elecf a vote of 191 to 48, with nchi delegates abstaining, '"nichman, a Revisionman arose and bitterly "waged Zionist leader, that his policy had "movement to its preswstrophic situation." lwsionists cannot "ap"^mann's policy now %  %  a has entered a new rj>stance and offent man Stated w -' iz ^•ymbollzethemovo. a whole. \v, Ri*fflhad the \'n-ival." J Attacked >r Unan !1 us elections r^'um. which consists l > r <>' the Mapai, four ^nists. tw< one Hash,, e cannot bemoveRevisionhomer-Hatzair and m ued on Page 4) Receipts from the dollar bill campaign of the Jewish Home for the Aged totalled S19.339 Tuesday morning, according to Max Greenberg, 1100 14lh st. Contributions had been received from 3.782 of the five thousand persons who had been sent a one dollar bill with a request for funds to help construct the Home. "I firmly believe that when all the envelopes are returned and the tabulation is completed, it will be an honor to every one who participated in this project," Greenberg stated. Support For 1 "We will not rest or call an end to our task until we achieve complete crystallization of the public opinion in the community towards Zionism and complete mobilization of every Jew in Miami Beach. That will be the measure of our contribution and encouragement to those leaders at the World Zionist Congress now laboring for the rebirth and regeneration of our people." BASLE, Dec. 9 (JTA>—The twenty-second World Zionist Conrorists— •' aress— irsl P ost war gathering of the highest body of the World r Zionist movement—opened here today in the Mustermesse, *%* encounter in f,ve | largest hall in Basle, with an address by Dr. Chaim Weizmann. Sirens were sounded throughout the city as the skies above the Jewish quarter were lit by king house-toexchanged shots lurking terrorists. A curlew down on the entin but luted the next no nin The incident 01 gan with the : a taxi in the Street of the P %  %  the Jewish quar. nin two riders. The explos %  %  illowed by two oth• blasts in adjoining streets, one of which occurred near the Machnt Yehu I | station. A ide wi thrown at Arab ling the resiSii E n B irker, Bntander-in-chief, and reinforcements were lushed there. Terrorists Penetrate Camp The Palestine government does not intend to invoke martial law in an attempt to halt terrorist activities, a government spokesman announced (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) president of the Jewish Agency, in which he appealed to the British government either to carry out the provisions of the Palestine Mandate "in the spirit and in the letter," or to surrender the mandate after first creating a "political finality" in Palestine by establishing a Jewish State. More than 370 delegates from 61 countries, as well as 2,000 ——*juests and spectators, including w i s\ L %  e-_ diplomats from various legations Moishe Oysher to Sing Local Concert Sunday Moishe Oysher, probably the most well-known contemporary Yiddish singer, will arrive today from New York for his first local appearance. Oysher will be presented 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Miami Beach Senior High school, 1420 Drexel ave. Star of the Yiddish stage and radio, Oysher has appeared in a number of motion pictures including "Song of Russia," "Yankele the Blacksmith" and "The Cantor's Son. During the war, he sang at a number of benefit performances, including a rally at Madison (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) isliiiv Unpledged At Beach r„ k D Burris, president of the "The British have not permitted n. d the legal and a Jewish national home to come %  Pr r • the into being. It is neither Jewish, political events surrounding the mtoWtt g^ ^ ^^ venture in Palestine. This was the promise ••We do not ask for the favors of the countries of Europe. We demand justice and the realization of the provisions guaranteed to us by a mandate approved and signed by 52 of the nations of the world, he de"rSmg issue with England's minister, Dr.. Andron %  •Ernest Bevin recently asserted that tie mandate never David S. Andron. chairman 01 the Miami Beach Zionist districts campaign for 3,000 new members in an address to the huge^ crowd **m Hatzajr d ^ M ami B n „ h came IT !" ? !" the hool Monday evening to mark Hash? ^i ,r f,re from the convening of the World Zion• 1st Congress" in Basle. Switzer-1 — ^ ^ point* land. ,t Df. fl National Jewish commonweal* "statehood in Palestine He Sdonly a Jewish national horn s mtended, and that objective S been reasonably attained. We national, or home. Arabs are permitted and encouraged to roam at will, migrating into the country without quota or restriction, while Jewish immigration which, under the mandate, England was sworn to facilitate, has been blocked and curtailed to a negligible minimum. "Stoppage is not immigration: captivity in displaced persons camps and in Cyprus is not the facilitation of citizenship; and mass graveyards in Europe and malicious blockades to the entrance of Jews to Palestine does not, under any definition of the term, constitute the facilitation of the establishment of a Jewish national home. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) in Switzerland, heard the veteran leader of the World Zionist movement bitterly charge Britain with being largely responsible for the annihilation by the Nazis of millions of Jews in Europe. If Britain had not kept the doors of Palestine closed to Jews, under its White Paper policy, many could have found refuge in Palestine instead of being asphyxiated in gas chambers, he stressed. At the same time, he pointed out that the Jews do not want to drive the British out of Palestine, but insist that they carry out the terms of the mandate which provide for the establishment of a Jewish national home. Dr. Weizmann made no direct reference in his 5,000-word keynote speech to the question of Jewish participation in the conference on Palestine which will resume in London next month. Nor did he refer to the burning issue of partitioning Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states. These two questions are the central points of interest at the Congress. Condemns Terrorism The aged Zionist leader scathingly condemned the use of terrorism in Palestine. Terrorist activities, he said, are alien to the Jewish spirit and an insult to Jewish history. "Jews came to Palestine to build, not to destroy," he pointed out. He denounced the "heroics of suicidal violence" and called for the "courage of endurance." "Terrorist acts," he told the Congress, "apart from being morally abhorrent, are also barren of all advantage. They expose our hard-won achievements to (Continued on Page 4) I w I f i


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L nrrttMBER 13. 19* UMiller H ead8 [Law Fraternity L i0 „ of Theta chapter, r E psilon, on the campus Lversity of Miami school L marked at a banquet \ evening at the Sands ho^ G Cohen, grand chan[ { the national fraternity %  member of the bar in Atk„ came to Miami to offiL the banquet. L ers included Russell A. fdean of the school of L.Floyd A. Wright Prof ifi Stephcnson, III, and iBinford, members of the Lool faculty. Ion S. Miller of Miami %  was elected chancellor of Inter at a meeting precedL banquet. Other officers fcan Street, vice chancellor; [jelling, scribe; Arnold I. I exchequer, and Saul GeLshall. t charter members installIthe banquet are Mervyn I David Blumberg, Arthur Cn, Louis Ealk, Bernard |Leo Greenfield, Seymour 1 Seymour Kimmell, Martlich, Phillip Medvin, Jack Jtt and Harold Tager. Led at Northwestern uni[m 1918. Nu Beta Epsilon I chapters in law instituIroughout the country in %  itoalumr.i clubs in major ^Jenist fknidliian IN PLAY |S:lverman. 123 S.W. 23 I featured as Archie in the I'Three's A Family" which lea at the University of [Tuesday evening. ST WISHES FOR A KPPY CHANUKA "1 T CASH MARKET |W N. W. 14 Street IMIAMI, FLORIDA WHEN IS MY YAHKZEIT |. THIS YEAH? I This 24-Ycar Calendar Will V Tell You. Its Free! Hebrew datc3 and their enuivalent English dates from 21 yean bsck and for four years forward' All this information at a glance in the Hebrew-English Calendar, free to our readers. £SS&*dfc2MS The 24^rear llebrnc-Engliih Cnl. rndar...all llchrnr ilntn, 1925 to 1949. All Jnrith holiday to 1964. ALS Program Features New Glee Club Sunday Featuring the first public per| !" *" f fe glee Hub/the ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls Beh David. Miss Shirley Ross will conduct the choral grou* A Chanukah play will i ted by Bernice Brandoff, Edith Feldman, Rita Shlafrock Elaine Goldman, Leah l! >si nberg and Joyce Gottlieb. Alicia Gulkis will recite and Play the piano and Marjorie Miller, president, will gi ve a welcome address. Others on the program will b ( Rul Cohen, Donna Feldman and Rickie Nuchtrn Chairmen for the affair are Elaine Levine aid Rita Shlafrock, program; and Elaine Davidson and Harriet Rosenstock, social committee. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited free of charge. PAGE ELEVEN For your free copy, just address postcard or a letter to: JCRS Show Postponed H. J. HEINZ CO. Dcpt. J2 Pittsburgh, Pa. A fashion show planned by the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptives Relief society will not be held next week, according to Mrs. ____^ ; R"se Levey, president. _,_ _,_„_._ _. The show, which was scheduled DR. RUDOLPH HONORED for Dec. 19, has been postponed indefinitely due to the coming holidays. Dr. J. A. Rudolph, 541 Lincoln rd., was recently elected to the founder's group of the American Board of Certified Allergists and to charter membership in the American Society of Certified Allergists. Best Wishes To Our Many Friends and Palrons KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenue HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM A R 0 L D S KET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9691 SEASON'S GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer '$5ra H U S K A M P MOTOR CO. 242 Alhambra Circle PHONE 4-2536 CORAL GABLES 261 E. Flagler Street TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA DONOVAN'S BAR 501 N. W. 7th St., Miami in T DONOVAN'S TAP ROOM 350 N. W. 8th Ave., Miami EDWARD'S Service Station MECHANICAL REPAIRS CAR PAINTING TIRE RECAPPING BATTERY SERVICE 1380 S. W. 8 Street PHONE 3-1661 Sincere Chanuka Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers T HARMON COMPANY 142 N. W. 2ND STREET PHONE 3-5777 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious mime of 11 & H BATTERIES, at 4001 N. W. %  !_ %  11.1 Ave., Ii.nl County, Fla., Intend to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. IIAIMI.D 1!. COHEN IIAKM.I) O. VanDAM ISAAC JOFFE, At tome j for Applicants. 12 • 1-20-27 : S-10 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious narae of THE SOUTHERN WINDOW CLEANING'. COMPANY, at 344 N. W. 2nd Street, Miami, Kla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY KAHN Sole Owner. 11/15-22-29 12/0-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUN RAY SPORTSWEAR MANUFACTURING COMPANY, at 2103 N. W. Seventh Avenue, Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with ths Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade (Jounty, Florida. IRVING BIRNBERO HARRY MILDNER. Partners. LESTER LASKY. Attorney for Applicants. 1106 Congress Bldg. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COLLINS FISH MARKET, at 604 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. AL RENNERT HARRY EPEI.MAN SOLOMON BRAUNSTEIN Partners. HERMAN M. BERK, Attorney for Applicants. 11/15-22-23 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NEW ERA HYDROPONIOS. at 3491 S. W. 17th Street, Miami, Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDWARD SCHINI JACK N. WEST HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicants, Congress Bldg. 11/29 12-6-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of OCEAN BLUE HOTEL, at 334 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH W. OELFMAN BESSIE OELFMAN SAMUEI. RUBIN. Atorney for Applicants. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 BIRMY PHOTO-ENGRAVING CO., INC. 1152 N. E. 1st AVENUE NEW BUILDING AND NEW EQUIPMENT Means OVER TWELVE YEARS OF STEADY GROWTH IN MIAMI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CRAVIS RESTAURANT, at 1624-26 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Fla.. Intend i" register said name with the fjierk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida MORRIS CRAVIS. ETHEL CRAVIS, Co-Ownera. SAMUEL RUBIN, Attorney for Applicants. 12/6-13-20-27 1/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IJTTLH RIVER LIQUOR STORE, at 79X2 N. E. Second Avenue Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL SILVERBLATT, Owner. SAM SILVER. Attorney for Applicant. 11/ 15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROSE RAINBOW KOSHER RESTAURANT, at 655 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE KOSHER RESTAURANT. INC.. a Florida Corporation SAM SHEM1SH, Pres. SAMUEL C.OTTFRIED. Sec. MILTON FRIEDMAN. Attorney for Applicants. 12/6-13-20-27 1/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HERMAN'S VALET, at 1390 S. W Nth Street. Miami, Kla.. Intend to register sal,I mum with the Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade Count>. '•'""• U1:l HERMAN KALER ELINOR KALER BAM SILVER. Attorney for Applicants. 1105 Congress Bldg. 11/29 12/6-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WINDSOR DEER DISTRIBUTORS, at 2049 N. Miami Ave.. Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with ths Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County Florida. ROBERT KNOBEL. Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. 11/15-22-29 12/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ,i,e circuit Court of Dade County, F """ ,il NATHANSCHRE,BER n cr M '\^ey^A-pp,lcant. 11/22-29 12/6-13-20 iv COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I.APE O'.UNTY. FLORIDA K,Estate ofJOHN W. CHESHIRE. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAM "APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISvnTlci-' : is hereby given that I have fllSuny flnal ?&rt"and petition for &8_ frSSR w. gES-5-2 de •filedandI that on the 16th dr of wemiT 1946, will apply to the ,,' w F. Blanton, County "dge Paile County, for approval !"laid final report and for na'


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PAGE TWENTY +Je*is*nc*Jdlati_ FRIDAY, 25Hta] i I 1 > %  '. i • %  %  Guests Inspect New Annex at Aged Home Open house was held at the Jewish Home for the Aged Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Rifas serving as hosts. After a tour of inspection of the new annex to the Home, which is under construction, a program was held. Master of ceremonies was Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach attorney who is director of the Home's $75,000 building fund drive. Mrs. Sonia Gerbert recited several of her original poems. Vocal selections were rendered by Mrs. Albert A. Nannes, soprano, accompanied by Mrs. Jennie Kamern at the piano. Max Azar read several comical stores and Hyman Rosen of Chicago spoke on the Jewish Heine for the Aged in that city. Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff of Brooklyn, N. Y.. was the principal speaki r. Max Greenberg, chairman of the building committee, stated that the new annex is now being constructed as rapidly as funds and material are available. He announced that dedication cere monies would be held 3 p.m. Sunday. Dee. 29, at the Home. Sydney L. Wcintraub. chairman of the drive, reported that a more concerted effort is being made at this time to raise the funds needed for the completion of the addition to the Home, Beach Lodge Women To Fete Hillelites A Chanukah party wll be giver. Wednesday for local University of Miami Hillel members by the Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. The entertainment program, under the direction of Dan Kaplan, president of Hillel, will feature "The Maccabees," an Eternal Light radio script. The play will be presented in the form of a radio broadcast by 14 University students. Larry Staemcr will be the narrator. Chairmen for the party are Mrs. Ida Optner, and Mrs. Jack August. Miss B.tty Albin is social chairman and Miss Sally Ritt is the program chairman. The entne program is under the supervision of Rabbi Albert Michels. Synagogues in Miami area and the state of Florida will observe Hillel Sabbath on Dec. 27. Representatives from the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation will speak at the various services. Temple Israel Women To Fete Students Sunday SOhOOl classes Of Temple Israel will participate in a Chanukah party Sunday at Kaplan hall of the Temple following their classes. The program has been arranged by the Sisterhood Religious School committee, headed by Mrt. Norman Rothman, chairman, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein and Mrs. Harold Cohen. • Lighting of Chanukah Candles" will be the theme of the program. Roger Bovell will offer a prayer and candles will be lit by Robert Shapiro as the sehammus, and Howard Seller, Michael Wei-s. Nancy Pepper, Gibbs Williams, Sa: ford Babler. Marilyn Jackson, Lois Smith and Mitzie Poller. A solo, "Golden Light," will be sung by Sally Rossman, assisted by the Sunday school ensemble Others on the program will be Dicky Cohen who will present a solo; Margie Wetstein, recitation; Adrienne Ettinger, accordian solo; Sally Rossman. Si lo; Carol Schwartz, violin solo; CONTEST STILL OPEN Entries in the local Jewish book review contest, sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Book council, will be received at the Bureau of Jewish Education, Congress bldg., through Dec. 22. Details of the contest may be obtained at the Bureau. Arlene Ettinger, dance; Marilyn Levine, solo; Muriel Siden, recitation; Edward Pastroff, piano solo; Doris Joseloff, reading. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitzman will read the benediction. Dennis Wepman will act as master of ceremonies. The party is one in a series planned by the Sisterhood to bring Sunday school students together socially. Each child attending is requested to bring a 25 cent gift to be sent overseas. Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. Lenorc Kleiman and Mrs. J. Young will serve a hot meal to the children. Parade Route Cho !" New Year's Eve ffi£> ened, Orange Bowl B^ 16 ager E. E. Seifer '<* a'!approxt el ^ people to see it. Four J*? I been added on f our H cayne Boulevard T^ I expected to attract J** will be repeated, with P in Mian,, Beach J an 2 MIAMI AJCAST, Miami Women's di visitm American Jewish CorJ^ operating in the loca?' Plies for overseas surZ lection following { C change in AJC nationll Mrs. Joseph Fein, w. dent, announced this '^l AJC formerly condu, own drive for overseas r*< Bamue] Beck is chainr^ Miami AJC collection. Next membership m the group will be Dec.; WORTH HIS WEIGHT Salvatori Baccolone, 293 pound Metropolitan Opera Star, will donate I is weight in canned g to the SOS (supplies f< r survivors] collection of the Joint Distribution C >n n tti e, according to Col mi t Leonard Lyons Cuban Trip Planned T: e Hillel Cub., i xcursion will Hi vana on Dec. 21. A group of University students will *pmd four days at the Launion hotel where they will be t< rtained I y the Hillel group at the Un vi rsitj of Havana. BILT-RITE BLIND CO. (Not Incorporated) Manufacturers VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES 2248 S. W 8th Street PHONE 4-6921 A HAPPY CHANUKAH To Our Friends and Patrons I1LIIETS OF MIAMI BEACH. INC. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 SEASON'S GREETINGS Coffee—And None Better NEW ELITE RESTAURANT HI "Where Friends Meet" Home Cooking A Specialty SPAGHETTI 1IDI Thousand* of men who proudly wear the awards of a government grateful for their heroism are doomed to die of cancer. This is no shocking theory. It is cold fact. CANCER KILLS MEN. Veterans who survived the bitterest warfare on far-flung baitlefronts will eventually be killed at home by a disease as deadly as an unseen sniper's bullet in a lush jungle. And all too frequently the life that cancer claims is that of a breadwinner. 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DA y, DECEMBER 13. 1946 each AIC Board Plan. unch for Members f A chanukah brunch will be II by board members of the Beach Women's division !!Z African Jewish Congress L members and women who L to join the organization U L, Thursday at the Miami L, ch Jewish Center. [Mr* Sydney L. Weintraub will e toastmistress. Rabbi Irving .hrman will 'fad the invocation, ^d Mrs. Louis Glasser, president, till light the Chanukah candles. lernard Gittelson of the national ^erican Jewish Congress office [,11 speak on the organization. On the musical program will be tfrs jan Bait, radio vocalist; panny Yatcs, violonist, and Mrs. Harry Goldstein, pianist. Chairmen f the affair are Mrs. Benjamin I. Serrant and Mrs. JLrtram Thorpe. Their committee Includes the Mesdames Charles Grossman. Emanuel Baskind, Clarence Conn, Moms Rabino%  Witz Frank Weiss, Alfred Lesser, Ijdr.a Soifcr and Miss Doris Meyer land Miss Ruth Glickman. I The membership committee— Ijjrc" Jerome Kimball, Mrs. AlIfred Lesser, Mrs. Jack Janoff and |Mrs Morns Rabinowitz—will be Ion hand to enroll new members. Town Hadassah to Hear I Convention Report Mrs. Moe Feingold, delegate to |the national convention of Ha[dassah, will give her report at a Imeeting of the Miami group 2 |p.m. Tuesday at Congregation I Beth David. Mrs. Feingold will I launch the Youth Aliyah proIgram, of which she is chairman, I at this meeting. A Chanukah proIgram will be presented. Tickets for the dinner dance which is to be held Jan. 5 at the [Copa Cabana may be obtained Vtom Mrs. David Sernaker, chairliun. The dance will benefit the [Hadassah medical organization. Jagel Cast As Rudolio Frederick Jagel. tenor star of the Metropolitan Opera association, will portray the role of Rudolfo the Poet in the Miami Opera Guild production of "La Boheme." Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith will sponsor the Jan 14th performance at the Miami Senior High school. Tickets may be reserved with Marx Feinberg, chairman. Federation. Workmen's Circle Named in Will Two local organizations are named in the will of Mrs. Sophie Rabinowitz who died at Miami Beach Nov. 3. Mrs. Rabinowitz left $2,000 to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and $300 to Workmen's Circle Branch 692. Provision was also made for a 55,000 grant to an old age or convalescent home in Dade county. A local resident for six years, Mrs. Rabinowitz came here from New York and made her home at 1218 Drfxel ave. She was 60 years old at the time of her death. Also named in her will were the Jewish Labor Committee which will receive $2,000; the i Jewish Socialist Verbar.d, $1,000; the Rand School of New York, $500; a nephew, Sidney Kulick, 'and relatives in Kiev, Russia. George Chertkof, attorney for iMrs. Rabinowitz, was named executor of the estate. t.;, i" CHANUKA GREETINGS 111 DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 MJOC Women to Plan Chanukah Latke Party Plans for a Chanukah latke j card party will be discussed Wednesday evening at a meeting of the Sisterhood of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to be held at 1545 S. W. Third St. The organization will sponsor the latke card party Sunday evening, Dec. 22, at the Talmud Torah. Proceeds will help maintain the Sunday and Hebrew schools. CHANUKA GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACOUNTANT & AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Pan-American Bldg. Miami. Fla. HOLIDAY GREETINGS ill T BARNES CAST STONE SHOP V 262 N. E 54th St. 7-0314 'FIGHT OUS TENSION? Milet Xervina tends to relax nervous Vision, to permit refreshing sleep. It fa* helped thousands. Why not give a chance to help you? Try Mile* NERVINE •hen nervous tension makes you Jumpy, cranky, aleoplcaa, or gives you MtvotM headache. Your druggist "*• Mile. Nervine liquid and eflercem tablet*. Try them. Your money il you are not sat%  6ed CAUTION—use on lyasd.rected. 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i i •: %  li li PAGE TEN +Jeistf>cricfi3ir> FRIDAY, DECEMBQ,, %  l %  THE STORY OF THE PROTECTING LIGHT By L1BBY LAZARSON ZAR1TSKY "Gut Yom Tov," Marsha squealed as she bounded through the open door into the arms of her grandfather. The rest of the family; more reticent in exposing their holiday spirits, trooped gaily into the small, cramped apartment. The greetings over, the overcoats put away, the family set tied back comfortably to enjoy the Chanukah celebration together. From the kitchen came the fragrant aroma of friedI atke* From the bedroom came the pleasant click-clack of spinning dreidlach. And in the living room the eight golden candles of he Menorah burned crisply and cast shimmering refl^> ns Q h faces of the old man and the little Marsha, who lay curled up in his lap. Marsha squirmed. She put* her chubby arms about his neck. cuddled up a little closer. "Grandpa, tell me a story." The old man raised his head the deserted country road the sky began to darken In a matter of seconds tin' heavens broke apart and with unceasing fury poured and loXd'-lov^y tato hc7 p.ercin. ha,. chD 1-J -.w „p. ; n ocean-blue eyes. "Mashinka. the the unsuspecting earth. story of Chanukah?" Without waiting for a reply his tired voice droned out the story of the Maccabees, the struggle of the Jewish people, the victory over the Syrians and the reconquest of the Temple. —"And when the Jews reentered the Temple they sought to relight the 'ner tomid'. whose flame should never be extinguished. But they found only enough oil to last one day. God. blessed be his name, did net desert his chosen people even in time of success and the holy light burned for eight days and nights. That's why we burn the eight candles of the Menorah on Chanukah. one for each day of the miracle." Marsha looked at the small, golden, flickering candles. Then to run. Hut where? There wasn't a housefor miles around. The snow k. pf getting deepei The air kept getting colder. 1 stumbled, fell, picked myself up and ran on. The sweat trickled down my back. My weary legs refused to budge Night came I grew panicky, wandered in circles Again I stumbled and the snow felt like lerdown blanket 1 wrapped myself in it. bin led my face in it. 1 gave myself up to the quieting, healing power of r I "But something within me warned me. urged me to keep moving. To lie there meant to die. Heavily I mam to drag myself out of this enticing warmth to crawl slowly on and on. "Then out of the darkness I saw the faint flickering of a aze fell upon the white, unlight With renewed courage and shapely mass of tallow glimmerj added vigour I managed to stand ing dimly in front of the window Her childish brows creased in concentration. Her trusting eyes acquired a questioning look. Her full lips contracted in amazement and her shrill voice blurted out: "Seide. why do you burn that white candle too?" The old man fumbled in the pocket of his black, silk kaftan, pulled out a worn greyish handkerchief and polished the glass of his gold-rimmed spectacles, "That Mashele — that kind meins is a long, long story. Nu. you want to hear?" Marsha shook her head exuberantly up and down and nestled back to enjoy the tale better. "It happened many years ago, in the old country, when I was a young man My parents wen dead. My brothers and sisters had left for America. 1 was poor and out of work. Summer came and summer went, the gentle autumn winds changed to biting, blistering gales. Snow fell and covered the countryside with its white, soft blanket. I was hungry and cold, so I set out to seek my fortune. I wandered over hills and dales, barren hamlets and little villages and nowhere could I find work. "One night as I walked along GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hivt your roof repaired now; you will save on • now roof later "Setiefeetery Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Aymui PHONE 4-SSSO up. I half ran. half walked toward the light. The light grew brighter. 1 could discern the black outline of a house. Ten more Stl pa and I could see the gate Five more steps three one. 1 slumped against the oak door with a loud thud. Footsteps. Cries. Lights. The door opened and 1 was dragged inside'. "The innkepcr, for it wi inn that God had sent me to, and his daughter nursed me back to consciousness They poured hot drink down my throat. They enveloped me in a thousand blankets. They fed me nourishing food. When I was strong enough to sit up, to remember I began to search for the light-the shimmering light that had saved my life And there is stood on the window sill, as was the custom in the' old country, the eight can,11,,, 0 ( the Chanukah Menorah. That night 1 took a pledge. I would always keep a lighted candle on my window sill to guide the way for lost wandi rera The old man stopped and looked at his granddaughter through red-veined eyes. "Nu, Mashele. like the story?" Marsha was silent, reflective. her childish eyes burning with the intensity of discovery. But suddenly another cloud of doubt darkened her rosy countenance. Feverishly she prattled: "But why. Seide. do you burn the candle here 0 This is America. The streets are lit by electric lights There arc no lost wan. in American cities." "Oi Mashinka. if only y.iu were right." The old man reached for his handkerchief, blew his nose violently, wiped the tear of reminiscence from his eyes. "Oi teirenke, the world is filled with wanderers. Even here there are hundreds, thousands of Jewish wayfarers who have yet to see the protecting light." Jacob Schachter Preients "The Master Singer of His People" MOISHE OYSHER %  mm* in person tn a GRAND CONCERT Rrligiom, Popular and Classical Music Sunday Evening, Dec. 15 8:30 P.M. JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN at the piano Ida Fisher High School 1410 Drexel Av?.. Miami Beach Tickets available at Moffman'e. 7th St. and Washington Ave.; Princess Ann Hotel. 920 Collins Ave.; Sher's Jewelry Store, 927 Washington Ave. Chanukah is the celebration of the rededication nf by the victorious Maccabees in 167 B.CE in it against the Syrian King Antiochus who attempted i"' the religion of the Jews. The holiday will beqin T ning with the lighting of the first candle and .(!* Wednesday, Dec. 25. ommue Local congregations will observe Mt. Sinai H Saturday in connection with the S2.500.000 camna' hospital. ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301311 W Mami Beach. Rabbi Mosei Mescheloff. Cantor Louit fT Friday evening forum. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Moses KWw speak on "Do You Believe In Omens'" Rabbi Mesc-hA* cuss "A Healthy Body for a Healthy Mind" during"2*' 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Junior congregation at 9 a.m and WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silverware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUT8 F*.. ate services at 10 a.m. will be followed by a kiddush 4 p.m. with S. J. Freedman in charge. Mincha at 5 n? followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will scat portion of the week. speak a BETH TFILAH SYNAGOGUE, 935 Euclid ae„ MiuJ Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 5S| 17th ave Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Mrs. Benjamin Myers, president of the Jewish Social 1 bureau, will speak on "Social Work. What Is It?" at services! In conjunction with the Community Chest drive, tl neighbor" forum will be dedicated to JSSB, an agency oft munity Chest. Rabbi, Murray Grauer will conduct the i Bar Mitzva breakfast. 8:30 a.m. Sunday will be sponsors and Mrs. Morris Baer. Hostesses will be Mrs Fred Mrs. Leo Rothenberg. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave, | Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15 o'clock. In vie. approaching festival and the campaign for the Mt. Sum! Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject "Heroes of Destiny." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein will be host reception in honor of their wedding anniversary. They 1 donated the floral offering for the pulpit. Adult services.; Saturday. Student services. 10:30 am Bar Mitrva I club sponsored by the P.-T. A. at 8:45 am. Sunday. Mr.i Nathan Markowitz will be hosts in memory of Mrs Ma mother, the late Mrs. Fanny Solomon. Abe Gamin, a director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, was guests Sunday morning. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. IMS Euclid n\ Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Samuel Sloan, executive i Late Friday evening service. 8:15 p m. Rabbi Lehrra preach on "The Call of the Lights" in honor of Cham Saturday morning the rabbi will preach on the weety t the law. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kumble.all Bar Mitzva at 9 a.m. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breaitet, morning. Young People's league dance at 8 p.m. Sunday. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th st.. Miami. Rabbi ( Zwiiman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will I on "Win Religion? 1 an address on the distinction between WI and literal interpretation of the Jewish faith and the JewWrit. A reception sponsored by the Sisterhood will follow %  Ian hall. Sabbath morning service. 11 a.m. Saturday. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase are.. Miami Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Fridav evening services. 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish wu on "Medicine Is Non-Sectarian" on the occasion ot m-n pital Sabbath. Cantor Kelemer will render the musicaii the service. Weekly "get-acquainted" bruncr the Frances K. Powell restaurant. ISRAEL Life Insurance Eitatee Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. •07 Blecayne Bldg. 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'" PAGE FOUR *Jeishfk>ridiiar FRIDAY DECEM^ • t i i > i, %  i Miami! Inter a non-sectarian Editorial MT. SINAI HOSPITAL A Jewish sponsored hospital for Greater mittently planned during the past nine years, medical institution under the auspices of the local Jewish community will become a reality by 1948 if our citizenry will respond to the call of the Mt. Sinai hospital committee. Mt. Sinai Hospital Day—Sunday. Dec. 15will officially inaugurate the effort to secure a minimum of $2,500,000 to erect a 200-bed hospital. Hospital trustees have promised that no person will be denied the facilities of Mt. Sinai because of his reliqious creed. Equally important to the prospective contributor is the indication that approximately one-half of the hospital's facilities will be devoted to semi-private and ward patients. These are among the reasons Jewish residents and winter visitors of Greater Miami should feel privileqed to be asked to build Mt. Sinai. Upon these two groups rests the responsibility of subscribing the campaign. An excellent opportunity is presented to contribute with the dedication opportunities offered. The leadership of the drive merits our confidence, knowing full well that they will carry this hope of long standing to a speedy fruition. The need for additional hospital facilities here cannot be denied. Mt. Sinai hospi'al, the contribution of the Jewish people | to the general community, will be a permanent symbol of our people's tradition of building a better world, of our people's adherence to the principles of humanitarianism and brotherhood. CHANUKAH Chanukah has always had a privileged position in the Jewish heart. The Chanukah liqhts seem to glimmer with a poetic beauty. The holiday is a season foi the exchange of gifts. We become partners, as it were, in the journey of life. We experience the joy of giving, which in itself is a kind of sacrifice, but it is one sacrifice which we can make which seems composed of all joy. Chanukah has thus ever been a season of joy, but these SOUTHERN ADL DIRECTOR LAUDS JEW FOR EDUCATING POSEIC AGAINST NITII ATLANTA. Go—Two lonely, would-be feuhrers sil today in the headquarters of the Columbian! n Atlanta, surveying the shoddy remnants of their hate order. United State! as "extremely encouraging." "The press, the clergy, civic leaders and public officials led the assault not only against the SShlSr followers scurrying ... Co,u \ W f ^emselves^ but also K authoriUes to make full con•*** J ".goted philosophies essions with indictments and thenleaders expressed.' ,,.,,,, actions mounting over-' M.llor contrasted informed pubwhelmingly. with no meeting hall "<\ £ %  • of *** w,th Public and with finances at a low ebb, "P"" n on v a decade ago which ne meteoric career of this Hit"g"7£ V W l "?* *£*> f ler-like organization seems to be the Nazi-American bund and s,m, ilar organizations. The alertness of the public to the danger of orders like the Columbians may be traced to its being so much better informed, he stated. That the public is so much better inThe rapid decline of the Columbians is a direct result of aroused public ( pinion, according to Alexander F. Miller, S mtheastern regional director of the Anti-Defamation league. "We tend sometimes to lose perspective by focusing too much '...n on the rise of te formed, in turn, may be attributed to the intensive educational efforts over the past several years by the Anti-Defamation league, the American Jewish comorganizations and not enough on rnittee, and similar organizations. the splendid, wholesome attitude Commendation was also exof the general public, as mdipressed by Miller for the remarkrated by then immediate and ; ,i,|c unity and self-discipline of sharp rejection of these groups," the Atlanta Jewish community in he said. the face of a flood of unwarrantMiller pointed to the healthy ed and provoking attacks. He name of mind prevalent in the, paid tribute to the public relaWEIZMAMN HURLS BITTER CHARGE found themselves excluded on racial mounds from all but five per cent of the land." Assures Arabs of Peace icont.nued from p.ige D their native homeland, the counibe prospect of destruction, and ,... ,,.„ ,• u ,, ,. '. try of the National Home, thev they lead us to a bottomless abyss j ,, ,. >..J.J __ ..f nihilism and dfJspair." He expressed the certainty that the Congress will support the efforts 'f the Jewish institutions in, Palestine to combat the "vicious Touching upon the question of movements which threaten the Arab-Jewish relationship. Dr. [ood name of the Yishuv and its Weizmann said that this relationvery survival snip "is too often envisaged in J Dr. Weizmann pointed out that terms f incompatibility and conyears somehow we can experience the message of Chanukah h( (i( „ nol underestimate "the more profoundly. The reason for this is a very simple one. A period of history can best be appreciated by an analoqous period and today we live in an era which bears many striking resemblances to the period of the Maccabeans. Tho Maccabean period connotes first of all to us a period of triumph, but before the triumph there was defeat, abject almost to the point of despair. The villain in the Chanukah period was Anticchus. We get a clue to his character when we recall that he liked to be called the Madman, and his plottings against the lews fully bore up the name. He mede war against the Jrw? and his war was mixed with a surpassing contempt for the Jews. The Jews who resisted him in the hour when the whole fate of their future history hung in the balance were morally discouraged, disorganized and seemingly standing little chance of any successful resistance. In that hour of dire despair, the valor of the Maccabeans, and those who responded to the call of Judas Maccabeus, saved the day. We are wont to recall that when Judas Maccabeus entered the Temple he found only enough oil for one day but it lasted for eight days. But the true miracle of Chanukah was that a relatively few men accomplished so much. We recall the words of Winston Churchill durina the war that never "did a country owe so much to so few." Such, too, was the miracle of Chanukah. Without the Maccabean victory there would have been no Jews and not any Christianity either, for that matter, for the extermination of the Jews would have precluded the birth of Christianity. The message of Chanukah is an eternally valid one, namely, that in the darkest hours there may yet come deliverance if our hearts falter not. "*'tfT^BSWsT flat He reviewed Arab-Jewish pressures which have been relations since the period follow at work" on the minds of Jew%  World War 1 to prove that sh youth in Palestine and have "it was not always so," and pointjiven rise to a feeling of despair. "' u! ,hat thc Arab PeP |e now. It \\..s the cruel destiny of our Poaaeaa seven independent states young generati n," he said, "to : ll(i lhi,t trR, >' have emerged unsee their kinsmen brutally murscathed from wars which have, lered in Europe while they sto d devastated the Jews. by helpless and impotent. The "Before the whole world I have White Paper policj prevented said that our work has brought them from rising to the rescue, no injury to the Arab peoples," ni.l later that policy forbade he declared. "Against the sterile \e the few survivors assumption of conflict, we set '.1. m Providi nee had spared. In the higher conception of potential ns committee of ft,Community counca^J m ; m Julia V. Boeh n whom much activity „ ""' 1 Particular praWl mender Paul Ginsberg The virtual collapse Columbians does not n end of organized amu B> the South, M,n cr predicted the rise In „ "lure of s !" lar lur.atkj hate groups that would] capitalize on the furore by this organization. Miller pledged tthe Cfl alert efforts of the Anti-M '""'i league in spotting 5 nl ocratic groups and relJ exposing them. The lean continue to cooperate other forces concerned eradication front the sea sml of the seeds of w;j| from which spung orgaaf like the Columbians, hJ eluded. accord. We wish to bring! effort into harmonj j wider interests of the East. But if we are to i the res| ect which we. national rights of others i recogn zed for u.-." Dr. Weizmann pointed! ret. nt It tter sent by Prl Truman to King Ibn Saudi ing that it is not aeainstf terests of the A:., ..:( the immigration of Jrt Palestine and the recogn the J tional Ha) whole-heartedly concur opinion."' ho stated. T U.S. (Continued from Page I) the L'Achdut Avoda, which are .• the extreme left of the groups represented at the Congress. Moshe Erem, speaking for the L'Achdut Avoda, called the Revisionists "Jewish fascists.'* and i that tb. y should not be allowed to sit in the Congress, %  in i' the N.w Zionist Organization has not been dissolved Eliez r Prai of the Hashomer Hat r said his party considered the Revisionists "an element forJewisfa state, if not in my generation, then in the next." Some observers interpreted the statement as an indication that the Zionist leader did not expect that piesent demands for a Jewish state will be realized. The memorial s rvices brought tears to the eyes of most of the delegates as they stood in silence for a moment, while the lights in the auditorium were dimmed and the flickering shadows cast AMG LEGAL 0FFI(| RECOMMENDS CC MUNICH [JTA I | ommending the istubkshi a DP court system and al degree of self-governs! campf .r displaced Jew! been i mpli ted by Capt legal aide P Philip S. Bernstein, adv| affair! to I'-Ij it was learned 1 week The report, which will I leased soon, was prepared! basis of an intensive stuffl and disciplinary Pl the DP camps. The DPI were ordered to cease fcj ing last week following f investigation into one malfeasance on thc part' judge in the FoehreiwaKj near here. National Commander To Address Beach JWV Col. Milton Richman. of Hartford, Conn., new national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, will address a community meeting to he* sponsored by the Miami Beach JWV post 330 Jan 1. according to Harry Adams. Beach commander. Richman will attend the Orange bowl game with local JWV members before the rally, which will be held at the American Legion home. Miami Beach. A veteran of both World Wars, Col. Richman was in combat on Normandy Beach and in Germany with General Patton's Third Army. After the Nazi surrender ihe was attached to the wai ti il i commission George J. Talianoff. Florida regional director of the AntiDefamation league, will be guest speaker at the JWV meeting this Wednesday evening at the Beach American Legion hall. He will speak on "Dangerous Flare-Upt." A military dance is being planned for Feb. 23 by the post as a fund-raising project to finance erection of a local JWV home. A report on the national convention held recently in Atlantic City was given at the last meeting by Adams who was a delegate Plans for bringing the next national convention to the Miami area were discussed. eigr to Zionism, which perverts h v tw0 huKe black candles P la >" the real picture of our struggle." ed over Dr. Weizmann as he He als chai g< d that the Revisionstood beneath black-draped Zionists were at the Congress illeg-list flags. ally, sm.e theii readmission to Calls for Continued Resistance the World Zionist Organization Speaking on "Fifty Years of had never been approved by the Zionism," Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. Zionists Action., committee or the who was English secretary of '' 1L:MS the Second Zionist Congress, held The American members of the In this city in 1898, called on the pracsidium are Mrs. Judith Jews of Palestine "to resist, reEpstein of the Hadassah and sist, resist oppression of our Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, general brothers, but let no deeds soil Zionist; Hayim Greenberg. Lathe blameless record of our long. bor Zionist, and Joseph Shecht, unsullied history." If the high moral standards of Zionism are | forgotten, he warned, it will sink 'to "the level of rabble-rousing by Dr. | chauvinism." Reviewing Zionist history, he man. United Zionist Revisionis.;. Does Not Expect State cryptic statement 9'Jewlstfkrik FL OR.DA-r5.LV ANGLO-* WEEKLY Published every jgjk by The J"" h /' M imi 111 Second ""%£ iw. m Entered •" ""p,,, OfflM 9 4. 1930. at the Po MafC hl Fla.. under the AC< %  the jew.sh u ", 0 f "he Jw l weekly. "" %  "'g^n f*l graphic Ad" c / r ; d *ide N*| Syndicate. Wo V,, A5) oc %  ), J National Ed.ior." *• „J M A ," f 0 r C ,' a Florid.Pre'4 Newspapers, M RAT E| SUBSCRIPTION RAJ One Year J Two Years Six Months We zmann during memoi ial -. rifor the 6.000.000 Jews inursai7Vhat" :f nothIng""worse befell '• %  m Europe aroused considus throughout two generations of ': l peculation among the resettlement than the White Pa'• '••''' ; Reviewing the marper, the failure to reject which iyro ..n ol Jewry and Its struggle was a terrible blunder by all of W rebuild a national i,t,. i„ ,. a |.. us •• wnicn he added -cost the ^1" U K ''"' MBe %  tron 'iilives of tens of thousands of member we are going to have a Jews." VOLUME 19 3 1