The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 11, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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AA00010090:00149

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Witl Celebrate


Price: Five Cents


Beth David

Instanls onicers

New President Makes Stirring
Appeal

benothempre eneead a large num-
officers of Beth David Congrega-
tion were formerly inducted into
off ice last Wednesday night at the
Banquet held in its Talmud Torah
4 .. Isidor Cohen, pioneer Mi-
amian, presided as toastmaster
and introduced the speakers.
Among those who made brief ad-
adrssu were Rta bin a.M{ Machtei,
Greenfield,' Mrs. Lewis Brown
president of Beth David Sister-
hood, and Mrs. I~sidor Cohen. The
principal address of the evening
was ma~de by the president of the
Corgregaton, Mr. Lewis Brown,
who inade a stirring appeal to
those present to become affiliated
with one of the Greater Miamni
Synagogues. "I care not which
Synagogue you join", said Mr.
Brown, but as a Jew it is your
duty to show that you are a Jew
not by mere words, but by definite
concrete action." "Help contribute
to teaSynahgogues and Itheir go
work being done in this commuq-

itInd ctnd inue fice were Lewis

Bi st vic presirdee W.H.lhFams
second vice president, Louis Wein-
kle treasurer, Morris Dubler sec-
retary, Mendel Scheinberg finanl-
eial secretary, and P. G. Blanck
sergeant at arms. New directors
installed were Wm. Friedman and
S. J. Spector.
Mrs. Charles Markowi~ts led in
the singing of the Sisterhood song,
and Cantor Louis Hayman sang
selections. In charge of arrange-
ments were Mrs. Charles Goldste n
and Mrs. B. Kandel as co-chair-
men. They were assisted by Mes-
dames Isidor Cohen, S. J. Spector,
J. Engler, J. Katz, and Morris
Dubler.


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Announcements i

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 8. W. Third Street
ISAAC M. WAPNER, Rabbi
JONAH E. CAPLAN,
Associate Rabbi

wirll services at theMSyngolgue
services at 8:30, when Rabbi
Jonna sE.onCaplen wilicpep ach in
Youth", and Rabbi Isaac M. Wap-
ner will preach in Yiddish. Cant-
on Nathan Wroobel will lead the
Ichanting and congregational sing-
ing
Saturday morning services be-
gin at 9 A. M.

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID I
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
"Joseph, The Prince" wvill' be
the subject of the sermon by
Rabbi S. M. Machtei at the 8
o'clock services tonight. The quali-
ties that fitted J~oseph for leade-r-
ship in Egypt will be pointed out
by the rabbi in his charge to the
newly elected officers of the c~on-
gregation avt an installation serv-
ice to follow the regular Sabbath
services.
Cantor Louis Hayman will chant
the ritual. A social hour will fol-
low.
.Tomorrow tmori the services
will begin at 83 M

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
-The last day of the Feast of
Lights is Saturday. Services will
be held at Temple Israel Friday
evening, at 8:15. Candles will be
lit and special music will be ren-
dered by the choir. Dr. Kaplan
will speak on the sulbject "WChen
Wilson Returned from the Shal-
bles of Europe". The public is
welcome.

CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodoz)
311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
L. AXELROD, Rabbi
The usual Friday evening early
spc bei at 5:45 P. M. with
th services ei a t 8 P. M. when
t srvics vil 1s led by Cantor
Boris Schlochman of the Conge-
gational. Babbi L. Azelrod will
spek


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Maml, Forida, Friday, December 11, 1931





Jews A~gaina to the Front
~----

Feeling that the prestige of Miami Jewry will be enhanced, the Jewish
Floridian at great cost to itself, is again sponsoring a Jewish Radio Program
over Station WQAM beginmung Sunday, December 20th, at 2 p. m.
Jewish music alone is to be present ted. The famous Berney Mayerson of
Chicago will lead the Jewish Floridian Orchestra in Jewish classical and dance
music. Noted vocalists will appear from time to time.
Shulamis, the famous Jewish operetta of Goldfadin will be featured on
the first program. "Rothinkes and Man dlen", "Die Shvuoh", "Shulamis Mesh-
uga", are just a few of the famous co mpositions that will be played, and sung
for your benefit.


Volume IV,-Numbor ~L~.


for


Ga,, Evn lne
New Year


What will probably be the out-
S tndin event of the New Year's
celebrations in the Greater
lami district is being planned by
be Entertainment Committee of
dYoung HMens CluboofnMiami
Plans call for an eight course
inne at the Urmey Hotel catered
y~ Laur~a Jacobson, and two gala
hws containing about thirty-
ightfi pro esina 11 rtainers.
'clolk with a show which will
.eep one interested from the be-
nningf to the very eiid, with its
en complete acts.
A second show completely dif-
ere.nt from the first will begin at
1:30 and keep the guests enter-
ainedl until the wee hours of the
orninng.
A ten piece orchestra will fur-
ish the music for dancing during
hemeal and from 9:30 to the
rly morning.
Favors, gifts and the usual New
ear's eve goodies will be pre-
t to the guests during the


Remember .. Sunday, December 20th, 2 p. m.
Jewish Florldlan Radio Program.


Station WQAM for the


nn Ieo Hoel im Be ch, n
Sunday evening, December 20th,
rendship Leagu an e"".'"Tent pra 6 am f nm -

Eleets OfficersE of brief addresses by prominent
speakers will feature the evening's
entertainment.
At its meeting W~ednesday night Cost only w~ill-be-chargedl, it be-
the Friendship League elected of- ing the object of the organization
ficer~s for the coming term. Cant. t a s n ges tndg
to haves aslcha many guetsattndg
Dr BrisSchlchmn wa unni-as possible. At this bangaet a re-
mously elected anhonorary mem- port of the activities of the organ-
ber of the organization. Gil Orn- iato l b rsne hwg
atein was chosen president, Ruth intion will bae poresented lshowng
First vice president, Mary Barber thein r hemparable wor yacmlshe
treasurer, Lee Clevenson recording duing thae patfe yraneears. i
secretary, Anne White correspon- coln haree cos rrangen ais Ma
lence secretary and Jack Lavin Ripa Mrs. Rebecca Yunes, E.
sergeant at arms. The following pprona, H Deic.
"ere chosen to the Board of Gov-GodnadHM.Detc.
!rnors. Jean Mohilner and Lillian ,
Docki for one year; Dorothy Kapp Jewish Play to
and Celia Flitman for two years, B rsne
mnd Al Glickman for six months. eP ee td
I'he next dance of the organiza- -
;ion will be given Wednesday night Miamians will be afforded the
It the Biscayne Masonic Hall. opportunity of witnessing a Yid-
s-- -rid h .show replete with songs, com-


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From Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan
Just a word with the spem-
bers of my congregation and
those other Jews that do not
belong to any congregation.
When the greater part of the
world of today is challeng-
ing Israel to save humanity
through its religious ideals,
is there any reason ~wity you
should not attend services~at
Temple Israel, to find out at
least what it is all about?
Would you be more satis-
fied if we charged you an
admission. to the services?
Have you anything more
important~to do on Fridary
evening?
Is Friday evening the only
time youl can give an enter-
tainment for your friends
at home?
It we are unable to contrl-
baite any thought and tan

hema life, would it be ask-
ing yea too much to conltril
bto at least yo pesear

secolrage those who are
worklag for huma swelfaret


edy and drama next Tuesday eve-
ning, D~ecember 15, at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall when the noted
Jewrish actor Max Tennenbaum
will be starred in the play "Nar-
ishe Tattes". He will be supported
by a cast thiat he brought with
him from New York City. In his
pri~isent tour h/ has played before
large audiences in St. Petersburg'
Fla., Jacksonville, Fla., and a num-
ber of other Southern cities. The
Tennenbaum family is well known
to Yiddish play goers having been
connected with the stage for a
long number of years.

Gratz's Restaurant Reopens
Girat's Restaurant at 816 Cold
lins Ave., Miami Beach, will re-
open for its fourth successive sea-
sonl, Sunday evening, December 13
when a special full course dinner
will be served. Orginially from
Pittsburgh the Grats family have
established a reputation here for
their excellent cuision and service.

PLEASE DONATE CLOTHING
The Jewish Wala riute in
asking all to conrbt dulot and
for distribution to sed for it
children as a crymsg nedfr
exists now. Please phone 8-23f2


AN OPEN LETTER
MIAMI JEWS


rebrew Friendly~ Inn
Fills Growing Detnandg
SBecause of .the unusually large
lumber of stranded boys and men
arriving in Mdiami every day, the
resources of the Hebrew Friendly
Inn is being sharply taxed. Mr.
r. L. Mintzer president of the or-
ganization expressed the hope
that the Jews of Greater Miami
wYould call to visit the home main
tained at 452 S, W. 2nd. St. to
see for themselves the splendid
work being accomplished. For the
first time in its history a Jewish
Woman was taken care of this
week.

Innovations Are Made a
Orthodox Syna ogue

Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the
Iliami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will begin Congregational
Singing at the Saturday morning
Services in the Miami Jewish Or-
todox Congregation tomorrow. A
number of the Junior Congrega-
tion, which is being organized, will
a the Rabbl.
mhese changes kafe atthected
many in Yourg isrel Congregan
tions throughout the Goea~trj,


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1Banquet To Be
GIVen at Hotel

Financial Report of Cemetery
Officials to be Presented
By Officers

The annual Banquet of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Aso intion will be ekld t th


.Iai-Alai To

Begin Here

Sam Kantor Announces Arrangse-
ments For Annual Season
of Spanish Ball Game

The Jai ~alai players will be with
us a week from Saturday night
at the Biscayne Fronton. '
Sam Kantor, operator of the big
amusement center in N. W. Thirty-


thae axperws of heinld Spans b Ir
game to start whipping the ball
against the solid marble wall next
weed-enld. Alvarez, one pf ~the
players who has been with the
fronton several years, is in Ha-
vana now engaging players f or
jthe coming season. He has se-
Icured a number of the old favor-
ites, and some new men who are
rated among the best in Havana.
The fronton will be completely
redecorated and painted inside,
new curtains will be hung and the
whole place will be made as in-
viting as possible. Kantor feels
that with better players and more
people in town this winter the jai
alai sport will be unusually popu-
lar with the local and visiting pa-
tr ons.
Jai alai has been a valuable part
of Miami's winter sports program
for several seasons. Although pa-
trons wager on the results of each
game, the amounts disked are rel-
stively small in comparison to
those at horse and dog tracks. The
great majority of jai alai patrons
are visitors who want to see the
game as played by the boys and
men of Spain, as they play base-
ball in the United States. Thi^
being true, Kantor must depend
largely on his gate receipts for
the success of his venture.

HIomhe Demonstration
Exhibit at Court House

The annual Tropical Wreath and
Banquet as well as Gift Sugges-
tion Exhibit will be held today and i
tomorrow at the Court House from
10 to 3 p. m. An opportunity to
see an exhibit well worth while
is afforded to Miamians and visi-
tors free of charge. The exhibit
will also afford many the oppor-
tunity of exhibiting articles and
goods made by women who are
seeking to earn their bread and
butter, while attending to their
bome duties as well. Miss Pansy
'. N~ort~n, ~bbme~ demonstration
agent is in chaise.





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The first meeting of the winter
seaso for Beth Jacob Sisterhood
of Miami Beach was held at the
synagogue last Monday night with
an unusually large number of
members and guests present. Plans
for the big event of the season
were announced. It will be in the
form of benefit bridge to be
held at the Helene Hotel the lat-
ter par~t of January. Definite de-
tails will be announced in our next
issue. At this meeting a sick
committee was named consisting
of Mlesdames Jean Becker, B. S.
Cohen and L. Schwartz. At the
close of the business session a
social hour was enjoyed by all.


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SUSINES8
f Directory


EAST COAST BAG &t METAL CO.
Incorporated
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phon 2-4485

BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON
Building Materials
Roofing Paper, Aspha~lt
423 N. W. North River Drive
Phone 2-7251

DELICATESSEN.

ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN.
170 N. W. 5th Street
We Supply Your Every Wantj

PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
Chas. Tannenbaum ;
Pharmacist
(Reg. Pharmacist for 17 Years)
Cor. 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.

PIPE AND STEEL~

A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO).
53 N. E. 25th Street'
Phone 3-1355

ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO).
58 N. E. 25th Street
At F. E. C. R. R. Phone 2c1420

TRANSFER

FLASH EXPRESS &t STORAGE
COMPANY, Inc*
48 N. W. Seventh Street
Telephone 2-4836 Miami, Fla.


Final plans for the gala Chanu-
kah celebration being sponsored
by Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Mi-
ami Beach have been' announced.
Miss Mavina Weiss is in charge
of the program and has coached
the play to be presented by the
members of the Bible class and
Sunday school. Acrobatic dances
and tap dances will be presented
by Miss Frances Kane. One of
the outstanding parts of the pro-
gram will be a musical concert by
the well-known cantor, Boris
Schlachman. The affair will be
held in the Miami Beach Elemen-
tary School.
ct&
Mrs. Berney Mayerson and son
arrived here- Tuesday morning
from Chicago, Ill., and will spend
the season here with her husband,
who is the well-known muiin
and who will lead the JewishFl-
ridian orchestra in its winter po
gram of broadcasts*
66 1
The Chanukai supper sponsored
by the -Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Ort~hodox Congre-
gation was held last Sunday night
at the synagogue when a large ~






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Satis~faction
Phone 3-8887
21 North West Ninth Street


DR. HOLLOMAN
DENTIST

534 North West Second Ave.




CiY ~OOd Yard, Inc.
aire *ac Stov* *=d
Kindling Wood
1216 N* W* EIGHTH COURT
Phone s-assa


Mrs. M. H. Herman of New
York arrived recently and is stay-
ing at the Pancoast Hotel. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warm, Na-
than, Julius and Joe Warm,' Mr.
and Mrs. William Weinstein, Joel
and Jack Weinstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Davis and Abie D~avis of Tanners-
ryle ApY. artm staying at the


WOOD -WOOD
The Oldest Wood Dealer In Miami
128 Cu. Ft. to Cord--Solid Wood
Prompt Delivery Phone 3-2576
1Marks Ice and Wood Co.
3301 N. W. 17th Avenue


Junior Cha ter of Hadassah will
Sponsor a benefit Oriental bridge
supper Sunday evening, December
LET SU 13, at 6 o'clock, to be held at Beth
E David auditorium. Admission to
HELP SOL VE supper and bridge will be 75 cents,
...YOUR ., while admission to the bridge alone
LIG HTING Iwill be 50 cents. Reservations
and POW WER I Imay be had by calling Miss Lena
PRO 9LEMS I~~1Weinkle, 2-3480.
ECNON OMICALLY 66i~ cb
PHOrgE 3-1121l Mr. and Mrs. Albin Czech en-
tertained 80 of their friends at a
Chanukah housewarmmng and card
party recently, at their new home,
1361 Drexel avenue, Miami Beach,
last Saturday. The floral decora-
tions were elaborate, featuring
chrysanthemums, roses and gladi-
oli. Tables for cards were plarced
on the roof garden. Ten prizes


DR.sein LGBENUsucceso ro Dr. A.E. McNeill
ANINOUN~CES CHIROPODIST
The Rees tblrm at of His Roo E05 2dE hd rdBu lin
Ll822 N. BAYBHORE DRIVE Ph ne 3-2244
Phone 215415




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INTERESTING FACTS

Many famous historians say:
1. The mother of Columbus was
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Rossi.
2. "Collom," the real name of
Columbus,was the name of an
Italian Jewish family.
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known as a Jew, Columbus called
himself a "Genoese navigator.
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rano (or secret Jew), and not Fer.
miabn and Isabella, financed Co-

1,7 Loi tde SaC an Iluad an e
000 in our money).


ing the life of a Jew, he was out-
wardly a Catholic--hence a Mar-
rano.
7. Two of his uncles were burnt
at the stake by the Inquisition for
professing the Jewish religion.
8. On August 2, 1492, about
300,000 Jews who refused to be-
come Christians left Spain.
9. On the followingday, Co-
lumbus, with the aid of Santangel,
set sail in search of what turned
out to be a haven of rest for the
wandering Jews.

Israel and the Nations

The Jew has made a marvelous
fight in this world, in all the ages;
and has done it with his hands tied
behind him. The Egyptian, the
Babylonian, and the Persian rose,
filled the planet with sound and
splendor, then faded to dream-
stuff and passed away; the Greek
and the Roman followed, and made
a vast noise, and they are gone;~
other peoples have sprung up and
held their torch high for a time,
bu't it burned out, and they sit in
twilight now, or have vanished.
The Jew saw them all, beat them
all, and is now what he always
wasj exhibiting no decadence, no
infirmities of age, no weakening
af his parts, no slowing of his en-
ergies, no dulling of his alert and
aggressive mind.
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were awarded and a shower of
gi ts presented to the hosts. Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei conducted im-
pressive consecration services. As-
,sisting thee hosM ss isMB Mro. I

Mrs. ~H. H. Miller, Mrs. J. Kop-
elowitz, Mrs. Ben Davis and Mrs.
F. Dreisen. Prizes were awarded
to Mrs. Corett, Mrs. Albert Kahn,
Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Harry Isaacs
and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub.
Qc
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Solomon of
Baltimore are spending a short
vacation in Miami and are stay-
ing at the Ponce de Leon Hotel.


number of guests and tourists at-
tended. Brief addresses were de-
livered by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan,
Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner; Nathan
Adelman, president of the congre-
g~ation, and Mrs. Ida Buckstein,
president of the Ladies' Auxiliary.
Cantor Nathan Wrobel sang a
number of appropriate selections.
Mrs. Max Kupferstein, Mrs. B.
Tannenbaum, Mrs. N. Adelman,
Mrs. Morris Rappaport, Mrs. Sam
Tannenbaum, Mrs. R. Beck and
Mrs. N. Abramson were members
of the committee on arrange-
ments. '
46
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle
entertained at dinner last Sunday
night honoring Mrs. Sam Cooley
of Savannah, Ga. After dinner,
cards were enjoyed.
As
Mrs. Abe Rose of New Haven
Conn., is visiting MIr. and Mrs. Joe
Cohen of 223 N. E. Twenty-ninth
street, with whom she will spend
the winter.
Cf)
The Junior Chapter of Hadas-
sah entertained at a very enjoy-
able house party at the home of
Mrs. Esther Weinkle last Satur.
day night. Games were played
and prizes were won by Goldie
Warschoff, Lena Weinkle and
Belle Wiesson. Refreshments were
served early in the morning.


Mrs. J. Williamson arranged
the following interesting program
for Temple Israel Sisterhood at
the meeting Monday in Kaplan
hall. Arthur Curtis, representa-
tive of the Pan American airport,
gave a resume of the latest types
of aeroplanes, explaining the safe-
ty and pleasure of transportation
by air. Mrs. Barney Kraft, colora-
tura soprano, sang the aria "Si-
cida" from the opera "Giaconda"
and "Shubert's Serenade," and
was accompanied by the piano ar-
tist, Baroness Leopold. Just pre-
ceding the business meeting, Mrs.
Morris Cowen gave the sisterhood
prayer and presided during the tea
hour. This was followed by a
five-minute inspirational address
by Rabbi Jacob II. Kaplan. Mrs.
Isaac Levin, who presided, an-
nounced the major coming events
for this month as follows: Card
party at Kaplan hall, Sunday eve-
ning, December 13, with Mrs.
Charles Greenfield as hostess;
birthday dinner honoring Dr. Kap-
lan, December 27, with Mrs. Men-
del Cromer in charge; entertain-
ment by talented pupils of the
Sunday school, Mrs. Gordon Davis,
sponsor, during the holidays, and
annual reception and dance for
university students in charge of
Mrs. Samuel Kantor, the date to
be announced later,


At the last meeting of the Jun-
ior Hadassah, held at the home of
Miss Sylvia Rayvis Monday night,
a short business meeting was- fol-
lowed by a cultural and musical
program. Miss Belle Segall at
the piano, Miss `Rosalyn Daum in
a Chanukah song, Miss Selma Mer-
son in a Chanukah reading and
Mrs. Rose Kanter in a book review
entertained the members and
guests present. At the close re-
freshments were served.
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Preparations have beenm-
pleted for the benefit food nd
cake sale being sponsored for
Loyalty Club, auxiliary of Emun-
ah Chapter, O. E. S., on Saturday'
Decemb r is, cthiVenoiabna Ar

and Mrs. Lena Simon are in charge
of the affair. All desiring to help
the cause by contributing food or
cake are urged to get in touch with
any member of the committee.


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Friday, December 11
Number 14


WHY BENNY LIKCES
CHANITICAII

"I like Chanuksh more than
holidays. It's a man's- holi-
y-that's why.
"Take the other holidayls--Pu-
mfor example, what's in that ?,
er's a fellow called Haman,
howants to kill all the Jews....
brutet! What did~ the Jews do7
o ut and fight? Fight for their
es? No! They let Esther go and
gthe King to spare them. There
n't much to that, is there
"Or yu take Pesach. Now, I
re yothn ag st it, mind yU
a no thi ng b ae, too, wl
ouh--but the Haggadsh, you
adit, and what do you find The
esare in a tight fix between
atdevil of a Pharaoh and the
ep sea. W~hat do they dol Fight
eEgyptians? Swim across the
a? No! They just stand there,
rig and waiting for God to per.
oma miracle to split the Red
eafor them to walk across. Now,
hre isn't much to t at, eer ., e

one of that quaking and trea-
ligand baby stuff and all that*
hy hit us---we hit back as hard
swe could. Wq were oplpressede-
erebelled and raised such a
mpus that that old tyrant of an
ntiochus felt as uncomfortable
nhis throne as a snowball on n
edhot stove. We gave him a live,-
time for his money, we d~id
"Juda aMaceabeas! HThere's a

eter a few red-blooded. fellows,
thlots ofw rpdp rlnt o lue ,
osand arrows, and made an

he a ainst tthe enme aned I
id't send them orders 'by long-

rist nee thelhea o f ei a'm
a ds e oirg aise f. ome
Gdand country' And they went
oer the top, too! Those ireings
ofAntiochus weren't of Iruseh good
xetto manicure theiir' nalls and
to look smart.
"Then, when the battle was wea,
thywent back to Jerusalem,
lendthe temple, and lit the
great Menorah. That's why we eat
lakson Chanuksh, and bunracan"
disfor eight days. It's because
we want to remember Judas Mae-

en smae dabb--yo aned' la g
because Pmri only a boy-some day,
I tell you, wRe're going to be in
Palestine again and reburild that
temple, and restore the Greart MS- ~
norah, and be j~ur-t a rave and
strong as we need to be when~ Jr-
das Maceabeus was alive.
IWe're going to do ig--fjlast
watch!"

The human body requires anore
ventilation than it now receives'
iay Prof. Wightman, London Bbl"
Olgst. One could, of course, try
mscling into an old estabHlshed
ber route.


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with two or three sharp note --
such is the Hebrew language. The
letters of its books are not to be
many, but they are to be letters
of fire. A language of this sort

what it desireis b ktnmu upn
an anvil. It is to pour floods of
anger and utter series of rage
against the abuses of the world,
calling the four winds of heaven
to the' assault of the citadels of
evils. Like the jubilee horn of
the sanctuary it will be put to no
profane use; but it will sound th.
notes of the holy war against in-
justice and the call of the great
assemblies; it will have accents
of rejoicing, and accents .of ter-
ror; it will become the trumpet
of Judgment. -Ernest Renan.

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Telling the world, and kings, for
aye
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THE TALE OF CHANUKAH

By Rabbi Abraham Burstein
An ancient king is known to us,
Who bore the name of Anti-
oc us,
Of all the knaves and fools of
yore,
Whoe'er that lofty title bore,
Who loved to strut and kill and
quarrel,
Who took the palm, the wreath,
the laurel.
You'll hear of this pleasant crea-
ture
Some Sunday from your Hebrew
teacher.


I musingly gazed at my candles;
He seemed in their quivering
flames
In golden, in fiery letter
I read the old glorious names,
The names of our heroes immortal,
The noble, the brave, and the
true,

A tre mny wer co qured by
few
Where trampled in dust lay the
mighty,
Judea's proud Syrian foe;
And Judas, the brave Maceabeus,
In front of his army I saw.
His eyes shone like bright stars
of heaven,
Like muic rang out his strong

"Brave comrades, we fought and

Now let mus in od's name, re-
joice!
"We conquered, but know, O brave
comrades,
No triumph is due to the sword!
Remember our glorious watchword
"For Pe ple and Towns of the
Lord "
And swiftly the message spread,
Ssaymng:
"Judea, Judea is free,
ReRide ethe Ismp in the Tempile,
glee!"

My Chanukah candles soon flick-

'Aroun ghme was darkness of

BuA dee ap ly 1soin I fel shining
P. M. Raskin.

"TSODOKLOH SAVES FROM
DEATH"

An astrologer once told Rabbi
Akiba that on his daughter's wed-
ding day she would be bitten by
a serpent and would die. The rab.
bi was naturally very much wor.
ried, but after a time forgot about

mn du e, his daughter was
engaged. The day before the wed-
ding arrived, as the bride happen-
ed to be in the kitchen, a poor
man knocked at the door and ask-
ed her for some food. Since ev-
eryone seemed to be very busy
making preparations for the wed*
ding, she gave him a portion of
her own meal.
In te, he a og a weath f o
her head and fastened it with a
nail on the wall. Without her
knowing it, the nail entered the
eye, of a serpent which was con-
cealed there and killed it.
On the following morning when
she t I dow ethe wreath t ar
ened, she called her father. Her
fa hereimmediaely east o d th
P Pedhis daughter what flood dS d


maer hthe dybfre d bha ra s
his~~~~ ~~ aoc npaiet o nd e~d


Now first the king was proven
foolish
When in his regal way and mul-
ish,
He loudly called himself a god
For worship by` the common
clod. a
And all the courtiers bowed low
Before his braggadocio:
A profitable, harmless thing it is
To please one's doting king.
He set his statues everywhere, .
And ordered men to worship
thee
To 'bustsen. metal and of stone
The zealous populace fell prone,
'W~hile in the squares the soldiers
stood
A cheery, joyous brotherhood
To pierce with pike the luckless
gent
Who failed to hail the monu-
Inent.
But here and there appeared a
Jew,
A member of that stubborn

Whomce en kings of high degree
Could never force to bend the
knee.
"Oine only God we have!" they

A Gsd that none of them had
Yet frormgtehis Being far and

No threat of death would make
them change.
The king was wroth. "I stand su-
preme o'er gods and men.
These Jews blaspheme!
Go, set my image in the place
Of worship of this wiltul race.
Defile their sacred objects.
Give them pork--who eats shall
not live!
And so they did.

The diine theith erlasting light.
In Modin town the news was
spread.
Where ancient Mattahias led
His five great sons and all the
rest
In homage to the Being Blesit.
He smote one treacherous coward
down,
And called the men of Mlodin

To fight t~he king and all his men,
And purity their shrine aga~~L
Heading the Maccabean breed,
The mighty Judas took the lead.
"Throughout the land the fighters
came,
Their arms held high, their

A handu 8man m ousands sawl f
They hacked the Syrian armyT

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a-oldbner hanted the tl-Kiiodise ot.her! wort;hy features oni the pro- av jLlinEisman
accrdnc wthth tadtin i !Ir a talk on thel bl H~elen a~nd I,~i
elodies. During th elit im i:2- wee `" an itth f.'ki iong by! Mrs. I. E:~thl Mi~tzer :,re possible te:
e ch~ildrtren o thne Ta~imuc Tiiratf gtein. )]s ermHffwl emmmer hssrn.
ok; par' ii C'hanuka oise-vn- ea ~'!"the R. ?Ii Hc monthlyf ui me a W ie'regla tohea.pr atSne
ons. Sunday~ the chiidldren if ~i:nc age.a :the name of-~. tlilhe\ paper being c ''Sandv BrrJ e gt ot of
ha -imud Tomben FCandu;: the .\ Sunt The Interpretation of' the Mono1- hosp:Iital last WIednesday. He:
hooel weilml ven; a m chanuita pm ":.\ a lionya ( \noe ill Sing at to a 'Ipeedy. com'plet e recover
d entenainmem atil ithe ?u Wan. ;!- cap):I I)f follk iongs.i Refres~hmlents Fisher c~ame otut pretty
gue.ia Poemsr wil; tw~nF ~ recied tra- 11t be served wijth Mrs. K~ohn, so- I vith her foot-ball this year.
tional songswl bert~ e su ng;i iy I c a: chairmla", in: charge. The pub,- only' lost two gam-Es and won
ildren ~ ~ ~ ~ 1( an ersmnswl ic ~is rdially inv.ited to attend \Ye bea~t Edison High last 1
necJae, ll Hadassah meettings. E~dison beat Fisiher 52-0 last


Ab woe the coneh et ari
gaordgt to rarbbiamed
..there hut, a .harp; va,
breaee as a risdgpC
dtrings, made such alade tg
he poet king wars cossimdt
en from his bed, and til toe
lsflttd like eastern slnes be
n. ded words to the starains Ib
etry~ of ithat tradition is n
orin the rsayjng that the hee
on Psalms eantains the whole
,n. of the heart of man, swept b4
nd hand of his Mbaker. Init ar
i ered the lyrical burst of his
s-dernes~s, the moan of his
nence, thre patho of his
rd the triumph of his vitory, th
he s~pair of his defeat, the fusepe
is his confidence, the rapture o0
aessre3d hope.
od; The Psalms express in e
he words the ktinshrip which
e-? thoughrtful hunman heart craves
k. 'find wtit a supreme, e '
a' r lomg God, who will be to i
at pro~t~etor, guardianl, and
'Ther translate n sec
o- spxriteral passion of thelft
at Eanius; ~t~hey also tter', wi W
m! beauty born of truthi andsili
ol1 ty. the inarticulate and hea~l#
Ir- longings of the unlettered peu2
3e ant. They. alone hrave kown al
limitations to a partienlar ap~
,s coruntry, or form of faith. In ti
ve Psalms the vrast hosts of sufferjig
xit humani~ty have found the deepai
expression of their hopes.


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fomationof ab Wes'~t Palml Itach g P
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and they! gtot
Senior~ Hadasah wishes to thank is this world


betat last w-eek. T
comjng to-


branch of the Zironist organizations
inwr b am r t rctt mein
at thep Congregation~ ~Betfh El He- .
brtew 1.ite~rary Seietyr. Monadaz
evening. D~eember 7. at the cmt-
mmonitf- houe. The srecretary wFas
imnstuctedi to obsaini from Eionisi -
heald-qalrt~ers; more informaio or,
thBe internazional moveent~.
Intormal~ speakers on Zioinism
inacludei Dr, Alexapnder Kleifield.
con~regation; rabbi andE seezierv
l~eadrer: M6. T I~enntenbaum:. of New
Tork: S. J. Klein., Jac Sneider,
prlesident o' Congregatiomin Beth
Ef: Mrs. M~. Tie~sse, rureident of
thte Sistiefrhood; Mr~s, M. Sc~hrehni~ck
and Mrs. L. ~earfunke.
Chtoi practice wSas helid. Ne- r~~
meetings. Monday- niight. December
14. a: the cormmunity house. wfill
be at s ecl~ck;, and a full atten-
d~ancet is requested. Wmtefr visl
tos,. e~sxeezally are inv-itd.


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all persons~ who donated and help-
ed to make the Senior Hadassah
baked goods sale a success. The
follo-ing w-omen were~ in charge:
Mr1s. MIilto~n WTeiner, chairman;
Mrs. Harry Lipton,. Mrs. I. Cohen,
Mrs. S. S~imonhoff, Mlrs. W'alter
Cilhen!. MIrs. Harry\ Orlin, ~rs.
Bar~ney- Weinkle. 31rs~. B. Kioh:.


Final arrangements havet beetn
maadr for ~th Chanuka Conr~e!r
ibe p~reenrte by~ the Ladrie Auxili-

goguer whien~ artistS of distinction
w~ill i n resem~ed in a series of
music numbers.


.


Basket-ball season starts t
night. WIe play- Lake Worth
Lake Worth. Hope we beat then
OInly- one morel~t weekl and scho
is o~ut. Can -2y dly imagine ge
ting hut of school for two~ who
weeks. Can you?
Retpor~t Cards came out W-edne
day. W~oe be. unto us. Ill gi~
yo!u a complete~ honor roll ne:
wee-tk. Advis.


M1is Berue Purs:, ol'

tior. in Wcst ~Pahnst Beachzi.
iS he-r first risjk.


New
vaca-


M. Ten9nenhann: and J Goldber"E Plans for Janua y- include a
of New Ta-rk. azririve irT Wet monste hazaar- To b held in: one
Pain Bead~ neentl. or" ~th large stores in: the city-
r ne commineer in charges colnsists
ht:. many- friendI o Ton: Smith;.. of L Fuchis. chanirman andi Me~ssrs
loc bnaker. wil: be glar 7i kntow Gimat. Mfillert~. Hank;n. HarrI
tha: hf Ls able fo be abor aft-rer Fi-mlar. T~reaunr.. Mis Belle
atsu iliness a aboarT a week-. Goldmnan. MUrs. Benjamin. and Mr l
and M s. B~osto:.
Fridayf evenmgna:l~,;\-enri 8:1. egna

Temn'tE e t~ a-- -?; Benn~-ar;. -he .
Mirs E. RLad~zinski with~ a br~idre
ten giver or. hter beautiful lanf:.
SIl1 Andalusiai wayR~. Granada Ter~-
di~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O9 a uceran ag as aeM. AgathaL Woolner. Mrs.
~~~~~~~~~ a r-ier n ~iP, j
f Rucb S. LervT. and Mliss Pauline
Tuesay aternor a theSah r Bmar ssistd th~e hostesse in en-
Bor6el. There were nmer raable in etam
playc anc ara pnae as aareen at

I .One a~ tChe seas~oll' prettiest
I nnyF thE a r2e'IniOr. a nieatIfu~ weains oo place at 6:30
;anem pnr paLd i ~_T if~ Sa- Bn I~ a:a tn
TELF wa war~it bPBt MPC P~ 5 hi: Massk ABc~ elier. da ghter o r

ame~i the 'aicide of Samueli Penr;-
Monday venm a 3 e i f la a ph< R earl tt~n

;az Lehre officiated at the solemn


At~ onrtthest furnishetd music
ornl wn r e~~iF lynF

lows:. Samu~cesif Pealseina. the

gro:Ira~el Abraham. r~in
Samczay moranmg a~ 9 tij. D kaeare: Mi~S_ Syia Schwi~artz. th
Ca* X. Be~mrman ill speakto 2the mani o honor: Mrs. Rl. Signer. sis-
Fir- Mtnone hurt Bsmes er of the goom. anld Mr. Sigtner 1
Re''ff ibl- class- or ComparativeT Ocala Mr. and MUrs. Fteldman'
Religionsthis eity: litde Evelrn Heller-,
=" flowe r iri. and. by- hersel~f. the

Zamt~i and Miasm-. Beari~ommunalt: Ast the bride enLtere the ory-
wroerke was a visitors t W~esj chiesu Tfavd hthe "We-dding


Mrs.~ L. Zeientz. M1rs. L. Roth,
. Mrs. J. W~illiamson, Mlrs. S. HI.


Lutsky., M-Irs. Char~les Brown andl
SMrs. Al Kanter. "

Mrsi. J. J. Hellman, president or~l
the Southern Hadassah Region. is i
:onhaspeaking t urridw ugh the ~
on Deceimber 24. Plans are being
made by Hadassah for a board~i
Sluncheon and a reception and tea r
ifor all the Jewish women of Mli-
ami. This affair is scheduled for ~
D~c~ember~~ 28. ;

Mlrs Barney W'einkle is in:
in re ofi ccelt- nsrn u cehe Ho- _

which i to b rie n Jnul.


All wo~mcn who h1 e aI1~~! e ~at
Sed thri So pleas gir ol eto l.

would like~ to ranise their money and
w ~-ull like t have :1 inct
M~rs. .I. WIilliamson, w-ay~ andc
I mrn chiimnar.1 I1< p~o n ulni-
b ring your $15 to the nwevtingr Mlon-




for t~he concert by~ Fra:ncers Schel,


will aplwar heire underi t he nusp~i-
cos~ of the inI:1n:-Zuc(: n Muswe
/ lub. Please buy yo~u tikckets froml
Hlada~ssah womeln.l~ Thlis a\ffalir is
being given'l Dcemberlc~l 20~ :1 the1


AN~D ]LET LIVE PR tCESf


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Pal~m Beach~ inEsiZ ThanC. H~ 1

vies aZ T~emrPl Beth EL


CikserSi coninet~e : e

?Israe by~ Dr KpLar.. Samrn
3 gnoning. 3(':30 onfinat

Sunday monung~ T&r' c
Clas 30. Ammerclr. Jewish E
turS_ Pm~age Me~thod. Those wi
ingf wr jom thi class mas* or
tthis ,4sund morning.
Wedmmly~ moning: eko
o'clock Bide Clras.
W Ktoednemlevening 5:30i zo 20l
Philosoptur Club. Memers

agyr o fbI theme elame a ee w
teird M a~i th de rouga
tim mmbus amiS~ for Sim w
.... t. ...4,


was MarCCh' from~ ,'LogFengrin"~ and
~er- during the ceremonS leon Do~nsky
sang "I Love Too T~ruly."
Immediately fo~lloing. the ceret-
many~ a huffe: supper wasr enaiop
ed iong tables being filled wTith
ak=~ sandwiches. cakers. coories. drinks
dayE and manyl deicacies, A talfl w~d-
arion rime~ cae several~ tiers high.
7foueC~ Thef centerpierr andf was
ocs 7noppe with= a miniature bride and

sk- anrmy was enjoyed until a In, 1
so. hern. 'he- bade and groom rece\i-
mi: mei COngrarulations o~f t hear
een b-e~nds. They le ft ater on a
weddmg~ trp and will return *n
:30I 'Fr weeks rto makeT this eity thew .
and~ nome. '
t -
ha: Tue Buiding Co~mmit~t~ee
ge~- Enai 1srael SyagLogue ~is p~roced"
ho ing with plans for the erecting orf
...ae e-wI6ii CI slf ~e~t...


Plr~ ~a~


For A Real Evecnin
of Enjoyment 4
AQt~tend the Galaf: Vickcli~kst 1 Sho


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