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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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December 20, 1929
Publication Date:
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weekly
regular

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

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VOL II--No. LXII. MIAMI, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 20, 1929 Price 5 Cents
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To My Way of i
ThInknng i
by
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld


Add to the ever-increasing
number of tragedies brought
about by the"protective" im-
migration measures adopted
by the richest and most pow-
erful Country the world over
.-our own U. S. A.-the fol-
lowing heart-breaking case:
An old Jew lived in some
obscure little town in Galicia.
He had been born and reared
there and had hoped that
when the last day came and
he had breathed the last
breath, he would be laid be-
side his parents in the town
cemetery. But as the years
rolled by it became more and
more evident that he would
have to leave his birthplace.
Imperceptibly, it seemed,
is children were slipping
away, hopefully setting out
for a new land! A land where
the sun shone equally bright
for Jew and non-Jew, rich and
poor, for the mighty and op-
pressed-a marvelous and un-
dreamt of country. Soon let-
ters arrived telling of the
wonders of this new land in
lengthy detail and invariably
closing with the hope that
soon the family would once
more be reunited in happiness
on the soil of this glorious
country-America. The hearts
of the parents leapt with joy
at these glad tidings.

Then the war broke out.
harsh, relentless war! Never
had the couple known there
was so much blood to be shed,
so many fine young men to be
offered -.s sacrifices to the
greedily devouring god of
war! All communications be-
tween parents and children
ceased abruptly. The years
dragged by unmercifully slow.
Finally, one raw Novem-
ber morn frenzied exultation,
doubting rejoicing the war
is over! Agaig the threads of
communication were picked
up where they had been drop-
ped prior to the Blood inter-
lude. Soon, thereafter, the
children, mindful of the in-
tense suffering experienced
by their parents during those
few fateful years, sent the
latter tickets and all neces-
sary legal documents and
happily set the date for their
arrival.

However, their joy was
premature. They soon learned
that their parents would have
to wait and obtain a visa be-
fore they would be permitted
to embark for America. Just
when they would receive this
magic document was uncer-
tain. They would have to wait
Patiently o otherwise for
their turn. Then commenced


an interminably long-period of
tortured waiting. Year after
Year rolled by, The first flush
of excitement had long died
down. Expectation gave way
to anguish, chagrin, apathy,
nliness and longing gnawed
at the heart~ of the aging
(Continued on Page 2)


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Beth Uavid Sun-
day School to
Produce Play

The children of the Sunday
school of Beth David will
stage the second annual Cha-
nuka play and entertainment
on Sunday evening, December
29th, at 8 p. m., at the Tem-
ple Theatre, which has been
obtained for the evening. The
play which is called "By the
Light of Chanukah" has been
coached by Mrs. Cecil Tannen-
baum and Mrs. Israel H. Weis-
feld and according to the pre-
sent reports will be even more
of a success than "What's
Tonight," the play that was
staged before an audience of
more than seven hundred at
the Fairfax Theatre, last year.
Several of the old cast will
take part again this year.
Those taking part in the play
are: Rose Cromer, Max She-
mer, T. Steinberg, Arthur
Kahn, Chas. Adelman, Belle
Tannenbaum and Charles Sa-
fer.
Following the play there
will be a number of instrumen-
tal and vocal selection render-
ed by members of the Sun-
day School and among those
who will take part in this
part of the program are: Har.-
old Tannenbaum, Pauline Las-
ky, Gertrude and Esther Ne-
ham, Alberta Tannenbaum,
Betty Lasky, Rose Dubler,
Martha Neham, Gertrude,
Schaff, Roslyn Daum, Louis
Spector, Teddy Simons, Lena
Friedland, Irving Kaler and
Nellie Schaaf. Tickets for the
play are being sold at twenty
cents each and may be obtain-
de from any member of th.e
Sunday School. Rabbi Israel
H. Weisfeld will deliver a
short address as part of the
evening's program. Chanukah
candles will be distributed to
each child in accordance with
the custom established at
Beth David several years ago.

Vaad Hakashruth
Formed at Beach

Last week witnessed the
formation of a body to be
known as the Miami Beach
"Vaad Hakashruth" whose
duty it will be to enforce the
carrying out of the Dietary
Laws by the Hotels, butchers,
delicatessens, and restaurants
on Miami Beach professing to
be kosher. Mr. Ben Fleeman
was elected chairman of the
organization and Mr. L. Ab-
rams former president of the
Beach Congregation was cho-
sen secretary and Treasurer.
The new body will be under
the spiritual leadership of
Rabbi Samuel Yallow of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob of Mi-
ami Beach. To act as the
"Masgiach" or field repre-
sentative of the new organiza-
:n, nTr ,. Saffra has been
Hu L .


n .ot 'J- -
engaged and will commence
his duties beginning next
Monday. All of the butchers
and several of the Hotels al-
ready signified their willing-
ness to co-operate in the es-
tablishment of real dietary
observance in their establish-
ments.


Chesed Shel Emes Miami Beach Con- Adult Bible Class
Chooses Officers gregation Holds Elects Officers
WV fI AJI k Sr iTh Beth DvA


The Brotherhood of Chesed
Shel Emes at a special meet-
ing called for the purpose
held last Thursday night at
the Talmud Torah Hall elect-
ed the following officers:
President, Mr. Manuel Rip-
pa; 1st Vice Pres., Mr. Wolf
Cohen; 2nd Vive Pres., Mr.
Louis Weinkle; Treasurer, Mr.
S. Abenson; Financial Secre-
tary, Mr. John Wolf; Record-
ing Secretary, Mr. E. Gordon;
Executive Board members, S.
J. Spector, M. Kotkin, Max
Kupferstein, A. Dock, M. Nis-
senbaum, Charles Goldstein,
A. Pepper, P. M. Rosengar-
ten and Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
feld was elected Honorary
President in recognition of
the work done by him for the
organization.
The Chesed Shel Emes is
the owner of a cemetery sit-
uated in part of Woodlawn
Cemetery on the Tamiami
Trail and is beautifully land-
scaped and well kept at all
times. Free burial in accor-
dance with Jewish Orthodox
ritual is accorded every needy
case. Great help is given the
organization by its sister-
hood.

Change in Officers
of Bazaar Commit-
Stee are Effected

At a special meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of Beth Da-
vide Talmud Torah, Mrs. T.
Arnold tendered her resigna-
tion a active chairman of the
Bazaar which will be held
January 14th, at the Cinder-
ella Ballroom. Though she had
devoted considerable time and
effort to the work Mrs. Ar-
nold, because of the press of
private business was complet-
ed to give up the active lead-
ership of the arrangements
committee though she will
devote some time to the work
and remain connected with
the committee. Mrs. Bart
Marx was unanimously select-
ed as chairman of the Ar-
rangements Committee to
succeed Mrs. Arnold. Mrs. J.
Katz was selected as chair-
man of the Cigars and candy
booth and she will be assisted
by Mrs. S. Rubinstein. The
program committee under the
leadership of Mrs. J. Finkel-
stein reported a very pleasant
reception on the part of the
business men of Miami and
that advertisements for the
program were increasing
steadily.

Kaplan's Subject
Friday Announced

Services will be held at 8 p.
m. Friday at Temple Israel,
Reform Jewish Congregation,
when Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will speak on the subject:
"Behind the Rabbi." Visitors
are welcome. Religious school
will be held at 9:50 a. m.


Sunday.


Rabbi Samuel Yallo.,' will
conduct the second of a ser-
ies of lectures on topics of
Judaism at the late Friday
night services at congrega-
tion Beth Jacob Miami Jacob,
at 8 p. m., when he will preach
on the "Value of Jewish Ed-
ucation." This will be follow-
ed ,y a public forum at which
the Rabbi will reply to in-
quiries regarding Jewish sub-
jects which may be propound.
ed to him by the congrega-
tion. On Saturday morning
the Rabbi will preach on th.e
portion of the week.
Preparations are being.
made for the observanve of
Chanukah by the pupils of
the Sunday School on Sunday,
December 29, at which time
'the children will present a
1:rogram under the leadership
of Mr. Silverman their in-
structor.

Chanukah Supper
to be Given by
Ladies Society

The Channuca Supper to be
given by the Ladies Auxil-
iary of Beth David Talmud
Torah will be held this com-
ing Sunday, December 22nd,
at the Talmud Torah Hall.
Mrs. M. L. Yunis is chairman
of the committee in charge.
In view of the fact that the
proceeds are being devoted to
the maintenance of the Tal-
mud Torah, all those who de-
sire to attend are urged to
make reservation immediately
at the Synagogue office. The
charge is a nominal one in
view of the good time promis-
ed all.

Rabbi Weisfeld
Preaches at Beth
David Synagogue

The regular Friday night
services at Congregation Beth
David will begin at 8:15 p.
m. o'clock at which time Rab-
bi Israel H. Weisfeld will
preach the sermon on the sub-
ject of "The Word of God."
The usual Congregational
singing will be had and im-
mediately after the services
the worshippers will be the
guests of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of Beth David Taimud
Torah at social hour in the
vestry rooms of the Congre-
gation.
Sunday school will be held
at 9=55 a. m. Sunday morn-
ing in the Talmud Torah with
assembly beginning prompt-
ly at sundown beginning on
next Thursday evening.

Mens Club Pre-
pares For Banquet

The annual new years ban-
quet which has been a fea-
ture of the Jewish social life
of this city will be held this


Class held its election of of-
ficers last Sunday and Mrs.
Nathan Adelman was elected
President and Mrs. Claire Sol
omon, Secretary, for the ensu-
ing year. The Bible class
meets regularly every Sun-
day morning at 10:30 in the
Synagogue and Rabbi Israel
H. Weisfeld conducts the
class. Arrangements are being
made for an active member-
ship campaign which will
shortly be inaugurated.

Novelties Feature
Charity Ball Here

Though very little is being
said publicly, the committee
in charge of plans for the an-
nual Charity Ball sponsored
by the Jewish Welfare Bureau
for the purpose of raising
funds to take care of the
needy, poor and suffering
Jews of the Greater Miami
District, is very quietly but
none the less effectively work-
ing towards making this Ball
a real financial success. To
do this it is planning to give
its patrons far more than the
price of admission which will
be charged. The chairman of
the committee Mr. Stanley C.
Myers is now negotiating for
several national theatrical
stars to appear here the even-
ign of the ball. The exact
place for the Ball has not yet
been announced because of
the desire of the committee
to get the best obtainable in
the district, but the public will
be advised very shortly.

Eastern Star Chap-
ter Names Officials

The Emunah Chapter of
the 0. E. S. held its annual
election of officers at its meet-
ing last Thursday night and
the following were chosen.
Worthy Matron, Mrs. Annette.
Fine; Worthy Patron, Jos. M,
Fine; Asso. Matron, Ella
Kahn; Asso. Patron, Albert
Bacher; Secretary, Sadye G.
Rose; Treasurer, Laura M.
Wallis; Conductress, Ella T.
Kaiser, and associate conduc-
tress, Miss Bertha Mendelson.

year as usual according to
plans announced by officials
of the organization. The exact
place where the Banquet will
take place will be announced
by mail to the members with-
in the next few days. Those
desiring information may ob-
tain the same by calling the
president Mr. Abe Aronowitz.
As usual an elaborate program
of entertainment has been
planned and in all probability
souvenirs will be given to
the guests. The members are
urged not .to make dny reser.
vations elsewhere as they wi!l
miss the royal time that has
been planned.


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nine-thirty o'clock after which
the dancing commenced. Four
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EDITORIAL

THEN AND NOW


tion and duty to parents, to
children, to home, and to the
Synagogue; a line, the fo'1ow-
ing of which solved pro'l ms
t onconsc'ously and withoI
lostL0ing any o\Vrwe\en 'n
sense of elato.l that th v
were (:oing anything out o!
th common o, accomplishing l
mo,' than were imposed uplon
them as Jewish women with a
m.ssio:5 of truth to live. To
th.-s one-t me mothers in Is-
rael the Judalism of today
owes what still remains of
ha!t' flul tcnd:icyv to clemn,
loyal living. h., very vea,n-
ing in th0 soul of the pro ()res-
sive Jew for som.thin mo(r
than the scientific pap f 'd
to him 1by Jwish theorists
and evolutionists, is due to
h I 1 ,, c .i .... u 1 t


Pa ~


S1THE


CHASER


"Gee, this is an old chic-
ken."
"How can you tell?"
"By the teeth."
"But chickens don't have
teeth."
"No, Lut I have."

Mother teachingg son arith-
metic) : "Now, take the Smith
family there is Mummy,
Daddy, and the I ahy. How
m ,ny does that make?"
Bright Son: "Two and one
to carry."
*i *


like a woman's. I
said his name wa


She wouldn't-didn't-
hasn't yet!
*


Minke: "I woke up last
night and found a handsome
Lurglar in my room."
Chester: "Did he escape?"
Minkie: "I'll say early
Eh? Oh, he this morning."
as Tootums *


and wanted to know if he was
sp)eakingto his darling lamb,
( d he? Well, well! That was
a mighty funny thing for him
to say."
*
Whatever trouble Adam had,
No man in days of yore
Could say when Adam told -i
joke-
"I've heard that one before."


The strong man, knife in
hand, gazed at the smooth
white Lody in the water. "I
cannot do it!" he groaned "It
is not a man's work!" and the
tears streamed from his eyes.
'ihe woman, with a look of
utter scorn on her face, took
the knife and-finished peel-
ing the onions.
*


Here resolute
Her moral


W o it because our mothe, ti i lor uise and th, aerhair'si
because our mother hCalt throb that still beat here was a young fellow She's numb from the neck Herhais in
were less educated from the t uo, to the Judaism our fore- named Lew, u." Her cheek
modern point of view, that fathers lived and loved and Who thought no one knew "That still leaves plenty of *
they were more truly cultured venerated, for which, too, what he knew ioom for feeling." "Yes, Mr.
in the higher branches of eth- when the time came that tried But he told in his sleep, + salesman anc
ics and of life that make for and tested their souls, they His secret so deep, Young Man: "I'm determin- see if I coul
Were willing to suffer the Now his room-mate steps out dl to kiss you before I go bying s
exalted ideals and noble li- evilof persecution, the sor with her too. home." cigars, but y
ing? One should hesitate to rows of martydom, the bit- Young Lady: "Leave this only one her
decry the output of soul and terness and agony of death. The traffic cop speaks to house at once!" t hying my s
energy of ones own time and his wife at the supper table: I had no idea
generation, but it is hard to RUSSIAN PERSECUTION "Gee, things went great to- A date is safe with Mrs. home so e
understand why these cannot OF JUD)AISM day. I hadn't been on duty Nape-Her room has got sample casen
be more effective when fo:- more than fifteen minutes iire escape .uess I forge
t field by faith in God and lov\- The attack on Soviet tactics when I caught a man with ues
ing, loyal adherence to the i:1 pelsecuting Judaism, He- dirty license plates. I sure Hae you heard the uong.I'm
healthful and sustaining laws brew education and Zionism, gave him a bawling out right Detective Song ? ("Ah, minded.
of Sinai. The influence of a launched at the conference of :n front of about two hundred sweet mystery of life-"). Teacher: '
man or woman who is minded Jewish organizations called in 1 -op'e, too. Pretty soon a wo- Cannibal Song? ("You were bale?"
to live a simple life of obedi- New York City last Sunday, man came along in a coupe meant for meat"). Boy: "I do
ence to law cannot be estimat- selves to reopen the case of and ran into a coal truck. I Forehead Song? ("King "Well, wha
,d. In the case of a woman- our people against the Soviet. go' her for driving without a forehead day"). if you ate l
no matter what the tendencies The a.thor.tative state- lI-cnse. There was a marvelous Walk-the-Floor Song? ("All mother?"
of her life-companion or her ments presented by Leo M. jam on my coiner and I cuss- through the night" "An orpha
children may be, no matter Glassman, correspondent in ed every one of the drivers Onion Song? ("Why should *
how superior in intellect they i.ussia; Rabbi Maier Scharf, out individuallyy before I let I cry over you?"). A co-ed na
may seem compared with her ,,ho was imprisoned by the h'm by. One fellow that honk- Borrowing Song? ("Then A d
-something in her quiet, re- S:vIvet several times and (d his horn at me, I made pull you'll remember me"). was said to h
ligious conviction and loyalty whose son was shot by the over to the side of the street Telephone Song? ("Some- ride by a
will make itself felt in their Eaosheviks "because he was and stay there for a half hour where a voice is calling"). ande ddb co
lives. Deep down in the heart the son of a rabbi;" Profes- without telling him why. Prohibition Song? ("You and shedidn'
of every agnostic and atheist sor M. Kroll, noted Russian Maybe he wasn't mad! And ferment for me")rn soes
aie unqualified respect, ad- (ho' tr now residing in Paris, Iest of all, some bird came Weather Bureau Song?
miration, even envy of those and others, form a case charging along and ran into i ("On a dew, dew, dewey A girl I like
whose unquestioning attitude, against the Communists. telegraph pole and smashed lay"). Is Edna Nc
and quiet faith in God tend If, as was charged at the his car all to pieces. As soon Carpenter's Song? ("Build- She never sa;
toward righteousness of liv- conference, American Jewish as he gains consciousness, I ng a nest for Mary"). Good-nigh
ing, which, after all, is the leaders are refraining from am going to arrest him for Astronomers' Song? ("My *
aim and aspiration of all hu. criticizing Russia because of driving while drunk. Boy! lucky star"). When a man
man effort, the goal towards their colonization efforts; and I've had perfect day. Aviators' Song? ("I've got He's apt to
which all the scientific re- if, as was repeatedly charged a feeling' I'm falling") But traightv
search of every age must tend. by participants in the confer- She had a million dollars. shoulder
Its sid that many soads ence, the Russian colonization She was pretty and she loved Freddie Dad, what is an Her head is
lead to Heaven. Substitute 1,ioject is a failure, then it is him. He loved her and for a organ? *
for the term "heaven" spirit- high time that American time it seemed that nothing Dad (He knows)- What A girl I hate
ual peace, and then ask Jewry's voice was raised a- could come between them. But musicians get paid for play- Is Lucy Wic
whether the roundabout way against the persecutions, which the usual question arose. ing on and doctors for cutting She's always
that leads over the boulders have shocked world Jewry. Could he be happy with a wife out. "Up your e
who had a million dollars? It *
of doubt, the chasms andl
Yawning gulfs of skepticism "Look at those yellow worried him. She begged him They were comparing notes. Your smallest
anl spiritual travail, is not bloomers!" to forget the money, but he "What's the best hand you for, I sw
raughtnd spiritual travail, is not Where?" was poor and he knew that ever held," asked Wise. A pleasant tau
to htuman character and hu- "Can't ou se those dan- he could never be happy with And Byrd replied, soberly; the fair;
mato intitutions than that delions'. ou a million dollars. There was a "It belonged to a blonde man- And, too, y
Institutions than* t sad parting scene and though icurist in Memphis." nicely ric
which keeps the spiritual vis- it oke his he(My mean
ion clear, the eyes fastened He was seated in the p)arlor it broke his heart, he knew
Ul0on the everlasting heights And he said unto the light, that he had done the correct I hired a car and took her construed
on theGod dwells in bene- "Either you or I, old fellow, thing. Two months later he out- At least you'll
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icent wisdom and glory. If million dollars. show. Forsooth, you
the truth must be told-and A box of candy and violets- I do decl
why should it not be, since When Noah sailed the ocean
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it is beginning to be recogniz- blue where to spend his you know. I'm aware
edl? we are today mere pig- lie had his troubles, too. terested in where to spend his you know.
edm- asre today mere pig For fty es he sailed his nights than he is in where he Will be you
my aspirants after the very For forty ill end his days. She led me on with honeyed it will be
ideals our mothers realized in ark, wle glance- Your s
their quiet lives of unobtru- Before he had a place to pa. I felt her yielding every
doin. Wtdy aes yo s "Women are fools to mar- I felt her yielding every
sive charity and religious well- sing on the rv hour. And yet each
dorng. We today have a way c wh that nw girl who "Yes, but what else is there At last, I thought she was sitting th
haf running round inathlessly acifter won't makcle, porch wate with "Honestly, precious, you're my own, So neatly stit
oths and gay-colored butter- boys n did you have any making a mountain out of a And stopped the car to try things to

flies, an endless, aimless chase luck ?"t feeling her man who telephoned at all-- I'm since
alter the solution of religious "Oh, I was just feeling he my hed changed her mind telephoned at all--. I'To keep aw
and economic problems that out last night." it must have been my junior She'd changed her mind To keep awt
d economic problems that out last night. executive. le has a rather intention ... purpose, a tear,
ult in nothing but our own You'd make a good shrill voice, and coming over Blew hot, then cold-the If only you'd
ndo ng. With .our others it Mack: Youd ma the 'phone that way it prob- sly coquette!! my chair
as a straight, comprom- nurse.. I did" ably sounded to you exactly Capricio! For all I'd given-- Your small
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ful dressed doll was won by December 22nd. All those de- -
Mrs. M. Neufeld formerly of siring to make reservation New* th o
Chicago, I11. Refreshments .for taLles etc. are requested = \ Go
consisting of sandwiches, to'phone 52169. and nd
cakes and coffee were served. E tr and
The opening of the recently Asi Mim A No Bad
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. renovated Nemo Hotel and the AS iami Ave. & 4th Bad
Makrauer of Pittsburgh, Pa. newly built dining room was -
and Mr. and Mrs. B. Brotrman an affair in Jewish social cir-
CHARITY h a r TH ANK U


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.. .- of other prominent speakers
w"vll address the guests. A
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SOCIETY THE

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We wtt y of Saratoga Springs, N. Y. are cles, last Sunday night. More followed by Ben Hyman of
We would appreciate your
forward lng all society aond spending the winter season in than one hundred and twenty 'o:idence, R. I., M. Frot oD A IRY
organization items to the Mi:.mi and w:ll rs(ide at 2317 guests were present in the New York City, S. H. TobinSLICI
Jewish Floridian, 302 S.W. S, W. 5th St. spacious dining room when and Chas. Tobin Loth of Mi- SOLICITS YOUR
4th Ave., or phone 2-8745 the Ida M. Fisher High School am:. Mr. Louis Hayman ren- PATRONAGE
not later than noon Wed- The many friends of Mrs. B'-in., of M ami Beach played ered several vocal selections
nesday. I .Scheinberg will be shocked l 1 he o ,ning strains of the 'nd Miss Frost of New York
i of hebeigM lltienL Star Spangled Banner. Mr. recited. Floral baskets and Phone Miami
The man frinto dl'as of her being a H patient, Hlarry I. Magid, prominent Louquets were received by
The many friends o th at the Victoia Hospital here communal worker of Miami Messrs. Goldberg and Albaum 7105
former Mrs. Anna Benjamin she has been confined since and now of Hollywood acted the proprietors from their FOR PROMPT
now Mrs. Anna Benjamin las, Saturday molninng, and as Toastmaster and introduc- rnny friends throughout th FOR PROMPT
Greenberg, will Le pleased to will .pray for her speedy re- cd the various speakers. Rab- Country as well as a large SERVICE
know that she arrived here cover. bi Samuel Yallow made a very number of congratulatory
this week for a brief tay to spend d address and he was wires. The guests amused
Ms.this week for a brief stay to e enter- -i
visit her brother and friends. Mt is. lle huWesson enter
ni neu last Thursday night at IL
Mis. Greenberg was for many a bridge party in her home in =
years Treasurer of the Jew- ho:.or of Mrs. Svlvia Held of
ish Welfare Bureau and ac- Nwv York City who is visiting |I
xla of Beth" Da'vid. ShE2 het -ize id s 'foi- hig scor CO TTO N M A TH ER
tive in the original Ladie here. prizes 'for high score T T N M AT
Auxiliary of Beth'David. She were won by Rose Rosen,
is stopping with her brother Hannah Mack, Suds Frank B Keeper of the Puritan Conscience Sayeth
Mr. Barash. and a beautiful guest prize You Can Buy Good and Bad Furniture
\M;ard presented by the hostess
Mrs. R. Caplets apd daugh- to the guest o)f honor. Amont,
ter Helen and Ann are herl th, I res r nt were Rose Ro -- W ITH IM PU N IT Y
visiting their daughter and sen. Sylvia Teld, Belle, Wes- I- i
sister Mrs. Myer Freidman of :o, Iillian Jackson, Sud -
the Wonder View apartments. i rank. Minnie Blanck, Trene- In Case of I
I* ai'r, Sadye Silverstein, Han-
Mrs. J. Weisfeld of Net nah Mack and Mrs. Kaplan,
York City arrived here Mo:I- Durnini the evening refresh- -
day night to spend the winter ments were served. de T
season ith hew r so anInd I lnhel v int of the death of the purchaser of full receipt
e asn with her sn ab i for Ihe goods supplied will be given the widow or
daughgter-inlaw Rabbi anr. and Mrs. Harry c(.c)dendt children without further payments.
Mrs. Israel H. Visfeld. (;en and Mr. G(ren's par- iE SEE OUR (UARANTEE
.ctts of New York City wh,) -
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector have it,een away from Miami In Case of
entertained at bridge on Sun- for more than eighteen
day night at their home o months returned to the City
Northwest Fifth Avenue and recently and are now resid-
a veiy enjoyable 'ime wasF
had by all. Among those wh) in at the Delaware Apart- Should all or any part of the furniture supplied he des-
won prizes were: Mrs. J. Katz ml nts, Miami Bach. t roed or damaed by fire, it will be replaced and your New and Asis
and Mrs. Abens. S.rin.n. ** contract will simply continue as made.
and Mrs. S. Abenson. Durmn.r: : = u: :I'u rruAVTi_
the evening a novel supper The Junior Hadassah at its SEE OUR (;'ARAN'EE
was served consisting of pan- last meeting held Monday
cakes, coffee, fruits, candies, night announced that the If Thru
ices and other goodies. Among Judges Abe Aronowitz, M. H.
those present were: Mr. and RKosenhouse and Harry I. Lip IR T
Mrs. John Wolf, Mrs. and Mrsm. n4iz had awarded the prize of -l

del, Mr. and Mrs. S. Abenson, slogan to Miss Evie Marks
Mr. and Mrs. J. Simpson, Mr. for' the slogan "Hadassah sue- 'i he customer is unable to continue the payments he shall retain goods to the value
and Mrs. A. Pepper, Mr. and cess -Palestine's Progress." bf the amount paid. (Subject to a small charge for cartage and use)
Mrs. Chas. Goldstein, Mr. and Miss Irene Farr and Mr. Nat SEE OUR GUARANTEE
Mrs. Louis Baron, Mr. and Williams rendered several S
Mrs. S. Silberstein, Mr- andl ocal selections, and Mrs. Lut-
Mrs. J. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. zky, the president, spoke of A T n nvr
M. Rubinstein, Mr. and Mrs. L. the significance of "Chanuc- GUARANTEE PRICES
Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Max ca. The Junior organization
IHoffman and others. will publish a monthly bulle- WVe are offering a New Service, a New Standard of Values, a Tremendous Saving S
tin and Mrs. Veeda Cromer =- to Miami, and South Florida.

a ena be Tamudill be in charge assisted b ise guarantee every price the lowest ever before offered by us, and we a so
was spent at them Talmdo- MI Hannah Mack Tne Miss Guarantee the prices as low, or lower than offered hv any dealer. We positively
night at the regular bi-weekly lr held at the Miramar ecenHotel wil not sell an advertised merchandise to dealers here or elsewhere.
card party of the Ladies Aux- was reported Loth a financial = ______-
iliary of Beth David Talrud as well as moral success. -
Torah when Mesdames J. =
Katz, Dave Kahn and S. Sil- The Junior Hadassah will _- Celebrate "CHANUKAH" by Rededicating Your S
berstein were hostesses, hold a benefit bridge party -
Prizes were awarded thehigh- at the home of its president Home or Apartment with the Latest in Furnishings
est scores at each individual Mrs. LutkBeach, 94 Lennox ave.ning,
table, and the raffle abeauti- Miami Beach, Sunday evening. _____


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


SOCIETY
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themselves until the late
hours of the evening.
Concert numbers for the
Mana-Zucca club program
meeting held in Mazica hall,
410 N. E. 17th St., at 4:30 p.
m., Monday, included a read-
ing given by Myrtle Ash-
worth, the subject "Music."
Kappa Vanderost gave a piano
solo, "Variations in F Major."
"Lights in Music." An aria
from Tannhauser was played
by Frances Tarboux. Sonya
Snowe sang an aria from
"Aida" by Verdi, withIrwin
Cassel at the piano. Marion
Taylor, with Eleanor Clark at
the piano, gave a Bruch con-
certo as a violin solo.
Outstanding in the concert
plans for the year will be the
oratorio program, which will
feature th meeting to bc
held in Mazica hall at 8:15,
Monday, Dec. 23.
Members of the Mana-Zuc-
ca Music club greeted 18 new
members at this meeting.
Nearly 150 members and
guests were present.
*
Fourth annual dance and
buffet supper of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will
be held in the Coral Gables
Country club at 9:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 'Dec. 25. Miss
Harriet Salzberg, chairman of
arrangements, is being assist-
ed by Miss Laurette Simmons
Miss Ruth Williamson, and
Miss Jane Schonfeld. Miss
Florence Alpert is in charge
of tickets, and asks that all
reservations be closed by Mon-
day, Dec. 23.

Approximately 200 guests
attended the benefit supper
given by the Sisterhood of
Temple Israel, Sunday night
at Kaplan hall. The door prize
was awarded to Mrs. Morris
Dubler. Members of the girls'
alumni served as assistants to
the hostesses. Cards were
played later.
*
Miss Leah Fanny Brown,
who has been in Chicago for
some time, has returned to
Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J. Ad-
ler of Chicago have arrived to
spend the winter at the Gra-
nada apartments.
*


in their home. On their return
from Cuba they will spend a
short time in Palm Becah and
will later tour the east. Mrs.
Friend was formerly Miss Lo-
raine Greenbaum.

Beach party complimenting
Miss Rubye Goldstein of New
York was given by Mr. and
Mrs. Syd Beskind, Tuesday
evening. Guests were Miss
Martha Weintraub, Miss Syl-
via Joffin of Mount Vernon,
N. Y., Miss Babette Simon,
Herbert Katz, Max Goldstein,
Nat Williams, Leo Ackerman,
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lutsky and
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert.
*
Ruth Bryan Owen Oratori-
cal club will meet at 2:30 p.
m. Friday at the home of Mrs.
Sydney Weinstraub, 2249 S.
W. Twenty-fifth street. Mrs.
Herbert Scher will preside.
*
Floral decorations were us-
ed at the tea given last week
by Mrs. Syd Beskind in honor
of her guest, Miss Ruby Gold-
stein of Birmingham.
The guests included Miss
Selma Merson, Miss Rita Mer-
son, Miss Goldie Miller, Miss
Sylvia Miller, Miss Sylvia
Catts, Miss Edith Katz, Miss
Jane Schoenfeld, Miss Martha
Weintraub, Miss Lillian Chis-
ling, Miss Laurette Simon,
Miss Addie Ross, Miss Helene
Wolpert, Miss Faye Wein-
traub, Miss Esther Wein-
traub, Mrs. Louis Boyer, Mrs.
Harry Letaw and Mrs. David
Letaw.
*
Miami Chapter Hadassah
will give its annual ball, Jan-
iary 29, Mrs. L. Zeintz is
temporary chairman of ar-
rangements.
*
Miss Natalie Cohen of At-
lanta, Ga., and Miss Janice
Herman of Macon, Ga., will
arrive Saturday to spend the
holidays with Alice Apte.

J. A. Richter left Tuesday
for Baltimore, Md., where he
was called on account of the
death of his mother.
*
The installation Banquet for
Rabbi Samuel Yallow of Mi-
ami Beach will be held at the
Biscayne-Collins Hotel, on
Sunday, evening, December
29th, at which time in addi-
tion to the Rabbi, a number
musical program has been ar-
ranged. The committee in
charge consists of Messrs.
Ben Fleeman, Harry I. Lip-


fined to his bed this time
with a serious attack of pneu-
monia. The family would ap-
preciate the friends of Mr.
Rudich calling at the home.

Mr. J. Levin of Chicago, Ill.,
proprietor of the Sinai Kosh-
er Wurst Co., arrived Friday
accompanied by Mrs. Levin
for a stay of several months
and will stop at the Hotel
Nemo.
*
Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, the
wife of Rabbi Kaplan of Tem-
ple Israel is confined to her
home as a result of illness.
Her many friends wish her
a speedy recovery.
*
The Executive Board of
the Council of Jewish Women
will meet on Monday, Decem-
ber 30th, at 1 p. m., at Kap-
lan Hall, the meeting sched-
uled for December 25th hav-
ing been postponed to the lat-
er day.
The regular meeting will be
held on thesame day Decem-
ber 30th at 2:30 p. m. at
which time the business to
have been discussed on Dec-
embr 11th will be disposed
of. F
*
The plans for the dance to
be given by the Council of
Jewish Women on January
21st, are rapidly progressingg
under the leadership of Mrs.
Greenfield chairman of the
Arrangements Committee
*
The entertainment and re-
ception in honor of Rabbi Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan's birthday
originally scheduled for Dec-
ember 26th has been postpon-
ed to the evening of December
29th. The same afternoon the
children of the Temple Israel
Sunday school will enact a
play called "What's Tonight."
After the play Chanukah gifts
will be hung. Chanukah candy
symbolic of the holiday will
be given to each child. At 6
O'clock lunch will be served
to all who will be present. Sev-
eral surprise features have
been arranged for the enter-
tainment of the guests. The
committee in charge are Mrs.
Day J. Apte, Chairman, Mes-
dames Sam Levenson, H. U.
Feibelman, Gordon Davis,
Herbert E. Kleinman, H. R.
Klein and I. L. Seligman.
*
The banquet held at the
Golden Grille by the Womens
Club of the Arbeiter Ring,
last Sunday night was attend-
o-u1sts who were afforded a


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-Incorporated-
Has Parts For Your Car
606-608 North West Fifth Street
Phone 5050 (fifty-fifty)
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& PARTS CO.
N. W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
Phone 23631
The Largest car wreckers in
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L. (Pop) GERSON
Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Phone 20621

BAKERIES
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1349 Washington Ave.
Phone 2836 Miami Beach
The finest in Bread and Cakes
Obtainable at the
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BAGS and METALS
AMERICAN BAG & METAL CO.
Phone 21147
610 North West Fifth Street
EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO.
(Inc.)
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485
PEPPER METAL CORP.
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Phone 22546

BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON
Building Materials,
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
423 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251

DELICATESSEN
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
170 N. W. 5th St.
We Supply Your Every Want

FISH & SEA FOODS
STANDARD FISH CO.
629 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-3362
EAST COAST FISH CO.
"The Best in Fish and Sea Food"
Curb Market S. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 22736


FOUNTAINS
Cold Drinks
Candies and Lunches
HOME GROCERY
Corner 1st St. N. W. and 3rd


Ave.


among those who spoke were


FURNITURE
FURNITURE EXCHANGE,
INC.
321 N. Miami Ave.
We Buy and Sell Furniture

INSURANCE
Life Fire Casualty Bonds
RAUZIN INSURANCE
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Phones 22565 32452
137 N. E. First St.
Miami, Fla.
JOSEPH M. LIPNITZ
"Service That Makes Friends
and Keep Them"
Insurance Underwriter
Lawyer's Bldg. Phone 2-0317 2-1522
LEON ELKIN
Is now Local Representative of the
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
and is ready to serve his friends.
Residence
1620 N. W. 30th STREET
Phone 26085

LAUNDRIES
NATIONAL LAUNDRIES, INC.
"Trustworthy Service"
1048 N. W. 5th Ave.
Phone 8131

PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
Chas. Tannenbaum,
Pharmacist
(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.
CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Dr. A. D. Halpern, Ph. G. Ph. D.
Prescriptions Our Specialty
128 N. Miami Ave. Phone 29713

PIPE and STEEL
ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone 21420

A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
Phone 31355
53 North East 25th Street

PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
"Printing That Pays"
Phone 23261
107 South Miami Avenue


TIRES
MOHAWK TIRES
JOHNSON TIRE COMPANY
1361 N. E. 1st Ave..
Phones: 4114-4115


charge of the Miami Arbei-


Mr. and M rs. K urt C. nitz ando S Iuo m .. .... ..
Mr. and o Mrs. Kurt C. niz an i. o Il. rare evening of enjoyment. Dr. A. D. Halpern, well- ter Ring school and others.
ing several days at the Col- The many friends of Mr. Mrs. Leon Elkin one of the ac- known Miami communal Mr. A. Dock well-known a-
ing several hotel befodayse going to Henry Rudich of 1600 S. W. ed by more than seventy-five worker; Leon Elkin, secretary mongst the Jewish literary
Cuba. Their wedding was a 12th Street were shocked to tie workers of the organiza- of the local Workmen's Cir- of Miami declaimed Jewish
social eventatthe Drake hotel learn that he is again con- tion was Toastmaster and cle Branch; Mr. Grohman in (Continued on Page Six)



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poems, and was followed by
a newcomer to Miami's num-
erous Jewish artists, Mrs.
Slavuta who sang a number
of musical seleetiona. One of
the surprises afforded the
guests was a speech in Yid-
dish by Mrs. Kaler, who until
she joined the Adult class of
the Workmens Circle school
was unable to speak the lang-
uage. All present sang vari-
ous Jewish fold songs during
the evening, and an extremely
enjoyable evening was spent
by all.


Patronesses and honorary
members of Upsilon Lambda
Phi Sorority of the University
of Miami entertaied at 1 p. m.
Thursday at the Park View
Inn.
Invitations had been ex-
tended to the following: Mrs.
Benjamin Axleroad, Mrs. J.
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CONGRATULATIONS
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and Restaurant


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841 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-6751


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'HOLSTERY ANI INTERIOR
DECORATORS
2600 2606 S. W. EIGHTH STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Shades, Curtains, Panels, Bed Room
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Saturday Evening, Dec. 21q, 1929


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Miss Bluma Crockin, Miss Mrs. Stanley Myers, Mrs.
Malvina Weiss, Mrs. Aaron Max Orovitz and Mre. Aaron
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i'I p is perhaps more than a coincidence that
on the 25th day of this month (Kislev)
S Judaism and Christendom are celebrating--
Judaism the restoration and purification of
l the temple and the worship of God according
to the dictates of their own conscience and
custom ;-Christendom the birth of their
AMlcssiah.

EI L may all Judaism rejoice and com-
memorate the "Feast of Lights" or the
"Feast of Dedication." Were it not for
Priest Mattathias of Modin and his son,
Judas, Judaism might have been no more.
It was the rebirth of the Jewish race.

QO with Christendom; were it not for the
birth of the Christian Messiah, there
would not have been Christianity as we know
it today and no Christmas.

O both Jews and Christians can rejoice;
the Christian by giving gifts creating
happiness and lighting the candles of light;
the Jew by lighting the first candle of the
"Feast of Lights."

TI(GHT leads to truth, understanding,
( justice, progress, love and brotherhood.

O we, who are in the Sunshine
Service of providing artificial
light when natural light ceases to
illuminate, extend to our Jewish
fh Friends our felicitations during
, "'"lhe Feast of Lights."