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

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

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

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jewi sh News
Around the
World
The motto of the present rulers
0f Germany seems to be, "never
let your right hand know what the
left is doing," said G. E. Harri-
man, executive secretary of the
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League in
a short interview a few days ago.
"This," said he, "applies to a
pjr of related incidents of recent
Me which are of unusual interest.
In the course of a speech delivered
in Berlin on Dec. 6th, during which
he painted a black picture of Ger-
many's economic condition, Dr.
Ley, head of the German Labor
Front made the following state-
ment:
"The situation in which our
country finds itself is so serious,
that there's no need to fool our-
selves on the actual state of af-
fairs or to conceal it by means of
artificial enthusiasm. The German
people must know the truth. They
must tell it now, not with feminine
sobs, but in the manner of man
to man ."
"Then, in order to sugar-coat
to bitter pill, three days later
th German press reported, ac-
cording to dispatches received in
to country, that the United
States has this year imported 10
limes as many German Christmas
toys as in 1934. A careful check
of this statement proves that it
was quite evidently intended for
local consumption only, as it is
so far from the facts as to be
ludicrous. The United States De-
triment of Commerce figures
show that nothing like 10 times
u many German toys were im-
!rted this year. The actual in-:
trease in value for the first 10
months was less than 40 per cent.
Mien it is considered that Ger-!
Mny has made Special induee-
wnts to importers of hef toys by
illowing an unusually large pef-
ntage of blocked fnfks to be
Wd for their payments and has
lso assisted thelf manufactafara
\ heavy subsidies the results ch-
ained are discouragingly small
torn the German standpoint."
"While not noteworthy in itself,
u incident seems typical of Gar*
n propaganda methods." Mr.
wriman also pointed oot that
practically all shipments of toys to
country intended for Christ-
" consumption must be received
4f the end of October for dis-
jribution so that the 10 months
,res each year are almost equal
* the entire year's figures.
New York(WNS)Dr. Ellen |
pendleton, president of Welles-
y college, Wellesley, Mass., ha?
**n appointed national chairman
J^he JM8 Brotherhood Day ob-
>nce, it wag announced here
'the National Conference of
||i,and Christians, under whose
Pices the observance
** on Pebru
' woman to h-ad Brotherhood
% Dr. Pendleton succeeds Dr.
J arkts Cadman and Dr. John
' F,nl*y as chairman.
MIAMI, H.ORI .,;,.1U. j
Lights on
Price Five Cents
Chanuka
By Rabbi Abraham II. Israelitan
Do you know the origin of
customs associated with the cele-
bration of ChanukahT In this
factual outline, Rabbi Israelitan
tolls us many things we never
knew about the observances of
the Feast of Lights. Editor.
Mizrachi to | Rabbis Join in
Hold Convention Chanuka Meeting
New York (Special)Prepara-
tions have been completed for the
25th Silver Jubilee Convention of
the Mizrachi Organization of
America. Indications point to the
I
In observance of the 2100th an-
niversary of Chanuka, which Is
being celebrated throughout the
country, Miami Jewish congrega-
tions will hold a united celebration
largest convention in Mizrachi his- i next Tuesday, Dec. 24th, at 8 p. m.,
The "dreidel." the ceremonial top
of Chanukah, has been explained
by some in the following manner:
The cruel Antiochus of Syria had
decreed that no one should study
! the Torah. Jews, however, were de-
sirous of studying the sacred law,
and so they would frequently
gather together in groups and
study their holy writings. But, in
order that the Syrian officer, who
might enter their midst, should not
suspect them of studying their
precious Torah, they carried with
them "dreidlach." When they no-
ticed an officer approaching, they
immediately took out their "dreid-
lach" and began spinning them.
And it is in memory of this de-
ception of the Syrians by the Jews
of Maccabean times that we Jews
of today spin our "dreidlach" on
Chanukah.
The famous Jewish historian of
the first century of the Common
Era, Josephus Flavius, in speaking
of the meaning of the Chanukah
Epsilon Pi Fraternity, second old- iights> doe8 not geem to know ft,
Jewish Frat
To Award Honor
Pittsburgh (WNS)The first
national annual award of the Phi
tory, to convene in Washington, D.
C, on Sunday, Monday and Tues-
day, January 12, 13 and 13, ac-
cording to Rer, Louis Novick,
chairman of the committee on ar-
rangements.
Rabbi Meyer Berlin, regarded as
an outstanding world leader of the
2iohist movement, Who will be the
convention's gaest of honor, is to
arrive in the United States from
Europe just a few days prior to
its convening.
In Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
of Temple Israel, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Beth David Congregation,
Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and
Rabbi David 1. Kosenbloom of Beth
Jacob Congregation, constituting
the only recognized rabbis of this
area, will deliver addresses. Can-
tor Boris Schlachman, Cantor Na-
than Wroobel and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will participate in a mu-
sical program that will be pre-
sented. Every Jew in Greater
Miami is urged to attend this an-
nual celebration.
cst and largest Jewish college fra-
ternity in the country, to an out-
standing Jew for a genuine and
lasting contribution to the essen-
tial Jewish life in America will be
made at the fraternity's annual
convention here December 28 to
31. The judges chosen for this
year's award are Dr. Solomon B.
Freehof of Congregation Rodef
Sholom, Pittsburgh; Dr. Isaac M.
Rubinow, international secretary of
B'nai B'rith, and Dr. Abram L.
Sachar, national director of the
Hillel Foundations.
well-known Talmudic story of the
cruse of oil which burned for eight
days. This historian writes: "And
from that time to this we cele-
brate this festival and call it
LIGHTS. I suppose the reason was
because this liberty beyond our
hopes appeared to us."
Evidently the story of the little
flask of oil must have arisen after
the time of Josephus.
The story of the miraculous oil
is not the ohly explanation in the
ancient Rabbinic literature for the
I lights and the eight days of
This will be one of the first i chanukah.
times in the history of Jewish fra-
ternities in this country that at-
tention will hAve been paid to
achievements in Jewish life as dis-
tinguished from general cultural
affairs. Muci interest has been
aroused by this action.
"Guess Who" Contest
Do you want to have your boy or girl interested in current Jewish events? Do
you want him or her to learn to know and recognize the pictures of Jewish notables
who are making Jewish history every day, and know of them and about them ?
Get them interested in The Jewish Floridian "Guess Who" Contest. Each week we
shall publish the picture of a Jewish notable. Have your boy or girl identify the pic-
,,. fill in tho rounon which will be printed and write a letter on "Why This Man Is
The contest is limited to
will be
nary 22 and 23. The
ture, fill in the coupon which will be printe
Famous." The letter must not be longer than 100 words.
boys and girls 17 years and under, who are registered pupils at a Hebrew school,
religious school or Sunday school in the state of Florida.
AH letters, to be counted, must be in the hands of the "Guess Who" Contest Editor
within one week from publication.
Each week a prize of a book of Jewish interest will be awarded to the winner,
and honorable mention to the next five.
At the end of the contest a prize will be awarded to the school having the highest
number of winners and honorable mentions.
Teachers may aid their pupils in identifying the pictures.
The Midrash has the following
interesting statement: Why do we
kindle lights on Chanukah? Be-
cause, when the Hasmoneans con-
quered the Greeks and entered the
defiled and desolate temple, they
found there eight iron spears, upon
which they kindled lights.
The ancient Jewish code, the
Mishna, contains the following
law: If a camel was laden with
flax and passed alerig the public
road, and some of the flax pene-
trated into a shop, was set alight
by the lamp of the shopkeeper and
burnt the building, the owner of
the camel is liable, because he had
no right to put so much flax on
his beast of burden. If, however,
the lamp was outside of the store,
then it is the shopkeeper who must
pay the damage. Rabbi Judah said:
If this lamp outside of the shop,
happened to be a Chnnukah lamp,
then the shopkeeper is not liable;
because it is the custom during
Chanukah to put the lamp outside,
near the door, and therefore the
owner of the camel should have
been exceedingly careful as he
drove his animal through the
streets.
In the Middle Ages, it was cus-
tomary in many synagogues to
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, December

Plans have been completed for
making the annual "Chanuka
Latke party" f the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation one of the best
events <>!' the current season. Fol-
lowing the traditions, card games
will be played. During the evening
a buffet supper with "latkes" li-
the main Chanuka dish will be
served. The affair will begin
at the V. M. II. A. club
rooms, Hith avenue and S. W. Fifth
Street, promptly at 8 p. m.. Sun-
day evening, Dee. :2:2nd
Prizes
will be awarded for high scores.
During the evening a turkey will
lie awarded. A program Of Cha-
nuka entertainment will be pre-
-ented. Hostesses for the evening
will be Mesdames .Nathan Adcl-
man. Jack llirsch. B. Chertkoi'f
and .1. I.. Shochet. The public is
urged t" attend as tin- proceeds
will be used solely for the Talmud
Torah work of the congregation.
<
Because of the holidays the reg-
ular business meeting of the local
Bnai Brith Lodge will be held on
Thursday evening, December 26th,
at Beth David Talmud Torah hall
beginning at 8 p. m. The meeting
will b.' featured by the initiation
of a elass of new members, The
degrees will be given in full form
under the direction of Henry S.
Nadelweiss. Election of officers
will be held. This being the last
meeting of the year and following
the recent visit of the District
Qrand Lodge officers all members
are urged to attend, important
announcements regarding a civic
project will lie made at this meet-
ing.

The regular meeting of Junior
lladassah. scheduled to he held
.Monday, Dec. 28rd, has been post-
poned. Members of the executive
board will meet for a special ses-
sion Monday. 1 I.e. 30th, and the
next regular meeting will take
place Monday. January 6th, at
which time plan- for the annual
Officers' ball will be discussed. An
elaborate program and social eve-
ning i> being arranged for this
open meeting, in co-ordination
with the celebration of the birth-
day anniversary of Henrietta Szold,
founder of Hadassah. Further de-
tails will be announced at a later
date.
In accordance with a custom es-
tao ishcil by Temple Israel Sister-
hood, the birthday of Rabbi Dr.
.land. II. Kaplan, its spiritual lead
ei. will again be observed with a
congregational Sabbath dinner at
Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel Fri-
day evening, Dec. 20th, at 6 p. m.,
immediately preceding the regular
Friday evening services. Mr. Her-
bert l". Feibelman. president of
the congregation, will preside as
toastmaster. Evelyn Raff will
be heard in a number of vocal se-
lections, accompanied at the piano
TI\/Ot_f
Siin.-Moii.-Tue-.. Dec. 22-23-24
James CagneyAnn Dvorak
Robert Armstrong
G-MEN
7+>AVENU6
r N W.?'hAv. i 5 V 5 mon.. / 6 s Sun.-Moil., Dec. 22-2:1
lame- CagneyFrank McHugh
Pat O'BrienOlivia de Haviland
THE IRISH IN US
SgUST BROS. JO?
Is the BESTf
numbers will also be presented, fol-
lowing which the children will be
served refreshments provided by
the Sisterhood of the congregation
V *
One of the gala affaris of Cha-
nuka week will be the annual Cha-
nuka banquet and installation uf
officers of Beth Jacob Sisterhood
next Sunday evening, Dee. 22nd, at
Kramer's Kosher Dining Room.
Collins avenue and Fourth Street,
Miami Beach. Mrs. David I. Ros-
enbloom is chairman of arrange-
ments and Mrs. K. Kricjrer, prom-
inent communal worker, will be
toastmistress. Rabbi David I. Ros-
enbloom will deliver the invocation.
Among the speakers will be Mr.
Philip Liberman, president of Beth
-lamb; Mr. Jacob Becker, vice
president of the congregation, and
Mrs. II. '/.. Silverman, president of
the Sisterhood. Cantors Maurice
Mamches and Boris Schlachman
will sing during the evening. Res-
ervations may be made with Mrs.
Rosenbloom by phoning 5-2688.
Charges are only $1.00 per plate.
offuers of Beth Jacob Sisterhood
2 who will be installed are Mrs.
Z. Silverman, president; Mrs. B
London, vice president, and Mrs
L. Miller, vice president; Mrs
Sylvia Shapiro, secretary, and M
Sam Blank, treasurer.
*
An appeal for rummage for tht
store operated by the Jewish \V
fare Bureau at 157 X. \y. p^
st., was issued this week by
officers of the Ladies Auxiliary
The need for rummage is growin
because of the need for funds ft
the organization. Much of the rum
mage, when repaired and thorough
ly renovated, is used to clothe poo
Jewish families and the icmaind
sold, the funds being used to cam
on the welfare work of the organ
cation.
tht
WANTED!
Expert Jewish cook desirei
position with Jewish family.
Excellent references. Pleast
write
MRS. IDA SHAPIRO
c/o Johnson's Dairj
HIALEAH, 11.A.
More than l.ooo newspaper pub-
lishers, editors and press employes
will attend the Florida State Fair.
Feb. I to i">. according to early
responses t<> invitations sent to
every Florida publication by the by Miss Freda Miller. In charge of
officers and directors of the ex- .in..Hur(.m,.ls are Mesdames A. J.
position.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN
A special reception room for
members of the Fourth Estate has
Richter, M. L. Marcus. B. La Vine,
Rose Miles. A. Wertheimer, Frank
Corel. II. I'. Feibelman, M. Kauf-
been reserve,! for the vis s with l man. T. Simon and I. Levin. Ar-
Russell Kay, sectary of the Flor. rangements to attend may be made
Ida State Press Association, and '> phoning the Temple, the Mar-
Jimmie Malone, publicity director =
1 of the fair, in charge.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring
an afternoon bridge on Tuesday,
Jan. 14th, at 1 p. m., in the home
of Mrs. Morris Cowen with Mes-
dames Henry Bulbin and Harry
Nevins as assisting hostesses.
store, Mrs. Rose
|Miles and Mrs. A. Wertheimer. One
of the most gala events of the cur-
rent season is expected.
Temple Israel Sisterhood i- spon-
soring a reception and dance for
local and visiting Jewish college
students under the direction of its
student activities committee at
Kaplan Hall of the Temple on Sat-
urday evening, Dec. 28th., begin-
. ning at 9:30 o'clock. This is an an-
ilnual event sponsored by the or-
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th
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ganisation and will be one of the
gala events of the season.
Pupils of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox congregation will be pre-
sented in a Chanukah program at
the Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion club rooms next Sunday, Dec.
22nd, at :t p. m., when a play. "Hot,
from the Apocrypha," and a sketch
in Hebrew, "Chanukiah." will V
producer!. The program will be un-
der the direction of Rabbi Julius
Washer and the Hebrew play in
song will be directed by Mr. Joseph
Greenberg. The Ladies Auxiliary
of the congregation will be hosts
, to the children and will serve re-
freshment'! through Mesdames N.
Blumberg and J. L. Shochet.

Wednesday evening, Jan. 22nd,
tin' Hotel Kvans will be the scene
I of B benefit bridge party for the
: Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
; Welfare Bureau with Mesdames L.
J. Hart/, and Sol. Rotfort as the
hostesses.
* *
Beth Jacob Sunday school chil-
dren will be seen in a gala Cha-
nuka program at the synagogue
next Sunday afternoon, Dec. 22nd,
beginning at :i o'clock, when a
play, "Mrs. Solomon in Jewish
Politics," written by Mrs. David I.
Rosenbloom will be staged under
her direction. She will be assisted
by Miss Bea Silver and Mrs.
Maurice Mamches. Another play lo
be given during the program is
"The Enemies of Israel." Other
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December 20, 1935
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E.Knd M ond cIa m.tUr July 4, 1930. at the Post Offiee at kw pi ..~
" under the Act of March 3. 187. nt Mla. Florida,
ST. PETERSBURG
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WEST PALM BEACH
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Representative
Strictly
Confidential
Page Three
Tidbits From Everywhere
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
For Your Information
The
'!',ri'. 16 Jews by the name
"f Stretcher living in New York
<>n the letterhead of the Jew-
LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND
By LOUIS PEKARSKY
Groomed for Stardom
Attractive June Travis is one of
-ix young actresses officially des-
ignated today by Warner Bros.
there is a picture
use the congregation's hree
trustees are all named Katz
Gabriel "eatter, the radio news
;;;:"," "\ brother-in-law vice-president
of Isaac Assofsky, general
ring the ensuing year
there were definite plans for con-
siderable production, not only in
London, but in other European
cities.
News of the Studios
Mack Gordon, Paramount son
g
- f tnee eats be- she will be given important lead-
-'legations thi-nn :,. ,.,,i.......,
mg roles and groomed for stardom, writer, has left the Cedars of Leb-
i ^ V':'V'S,'s U;1' K0Clally 1>romU Bm>n Hospital, where his doctor
."'"" da"J?hter "f "-'> Grabiner, ordered him to go for .....ucing
aneral man- treatments. The medico hopes to
ORLANDO
IKEJJE BRAVERMAN
Reprc entative
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLER
Representative
Sb Month!
St'HSCHIITION
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1935
Vol. 8No. ."il
... Si .no
......$2.00
Leopold Godowsky and Josef Lhe-
ive tribute by the Academy of red roses from her husband, Phil
vmne, the pianisl ,U1. """," U"C A'ta aml Sfiencea Ber- "" *eir eighth wedding an-
astr,......ners of no mean a S^tTE. '"' V" "'""" *? .......""' whkh occurred while
harles Chaplin. Mum was the she was on location with the troupe
The Feast of Lights
This year (he celebration of (hanukah, which begins to-
ajght, will be marked by special zest. For the 2">th day of
hislev. 5696, stands out as the twenty-first centenary of the
rededication of the Temple by the Heroic Maccabeans. the
five Hasmonean brothers who led the Jewish rebellion against
the spiritual and physical oppression of the Syrian tyrant.
Antiochtis Epiphanes.
As we. secure in this land of religious and political free-
dom, light our (hanukah candles in accordance with the an-
cient riteone candle on the first eve. two on the next, and
>o on for eight daysas we sing the traditonal ('hanukah
hymn, we shall remember the daring exploits of Judas Mac-
cabeus, whose courage restored to the Jewish people their
Temple, the center of their ancient religious life.
In these days when Jews are again being overwhelmed
b\ brute force, the inspiring epic of the .Maccabeans should
serve as a reminder that Jews have survived all their op-
pressors. As the story of a mighty triumph of right over
might, of the strength of the spirit over brute force, the re-
telling of the (hanukah story this year will give world Jewrj
renewed faith and hope.
The president of the National
A ociation for the Advancement
>red People is Joel l a
Spingarn, a Jew Winnipeg
boasts of
railed T
fi
guest of honor.
"II. M Pictures in England
Ben Koetz, pioneer motion pic-
" a Jewish playwright ture executive, has been chosen by
olstoy Marry Hersh- Nicholas M. Schenck and Louis ii.
in Kernville, Calif. ... Joe Penner
is vacationing at Palm Springs,
California's desert resort .,,-if
Lazarus, head of Paramount s ed-
itorial board, is also just out of
the hospital, where he w< nt tor a
field, who holds the record for pre- Mayer to 'take charge of
'tttETXlZX: abroad" *** "*"
Met- short rest and physical check-up.
e appointment crystal- ed one of the most coveted screen
given a testimoma dinner of his |,zea plans for European produc- roles of the year after making
: ';',;ranuT y m' "r'tion' prticularly in -*-*.- -.....? ;;;,;:":::
Cheese Club Max Baer nounced some time ago. Goetz is she has been cast to play oddo-
to sail for London in about two site Paul Muni in IrtfnJG. That
w,',ks- berg's next MGM production .
One of the best known figures Sha-sh-a, Bernard NeWl
Grossel, former secretary of the
Intercollegiate Menorah Society,
and now lecture manager for such
notables
irman and
Henrietta Szold
No Jewess of modern times more deserves the tributes
"fl plaudits being showered upon her than Miss Henrietta
Szold, whose 75th birthday will be marked throughout the
urld on December 21st. For nearly sixty years she has
labored selflessly, devotedly and without stint in behalf of
ber people, both in this country and abroad. Modest and
^assuming, she has reared her own monument in the great ;., 320 im.u|n ,,iU.m. ,,,1S.
Jewish health system established in Palestine by Hadassah. n m320 sim F Roth.
*Mch she founded. The only woman ever elected to the h]M nf BrookIyBf 144,000 ... A.
orld Zionist Executive, she is unquestionably the first lady (, ul)jn (f Chicag0 ,.1V .H. a
world Zionism. house wrecker, but he's a swell fin-
t is characteristic of this noble woman that alter two ..,. He paid 25,000 for
the motion picture industry, (iail Patrick have been going places
notable, as Molly Picon, Oswald Goeta ha. been executive vice-pres- together. Their friends say if. a
Uarrison Villard, Marvin Low,,,- ,,, of the Consolidated Film In- mutual admiration society of two
ha and Louis Adamic, ,a now the dustries, Inc., for the last n years. Zion Myers, associate produc-
frau of Lionel Reiss, the artist. Previously he was an official of er with RKO-Radio, has left for
______ 'he Erbograph Laboratory, which eastern points on a month's vaca-
waa merged with Consolidated. tion. From .New York he will go
1'mamial Report While no definite announcement Kl.v U(,st a(| avaIla>
The gentleman who won a (2,000 is forthcoming a. to the picture,
diamond bracelet for fifty cents in to be made by MGM in the foreign (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
a raffle held during the recent Ha- field, officials indicated to us that Feature Syndicate)
dassah convention, is considering
returning it The bracelet, which
was part of the jewels donab d to
Hadassah by Irma Lindheim be-
lie settled in Palestine,
ht in onlj $400 at the n
. For the benefit of Jewish com-
munity chests, we report the fol-
lowing salaries of some important
tment store magnates .
milon Lazarus of Columbus, fl00,-
; in Louis E, Kirstein of Bos-
(80,400 Walter N. Roth-
schild of Brooklyn. $57,500 .
Fred Lazarus, jr., of Columbus,
2,100 YEARS AGO
The Millenial Anniversary of Chanukah
By DAVID EMANL'EL
.Mr. Emmanuel, a student of
Jewish history, retells in this
thrilling account the atorj of
the treat and heroic Btruggle of
(he Feast of Lights. This dra-
matic episode from Jewish his-
tween the two warring nations, as
in the jaws of a vise, was tiny Pal-
estine. There lived the Jews,
clinging to their obi spiritual faith
in a world of Hellenistic skepti-
cism and paganism. But even
tory is particularly timely, for among them the canker had begun
its depredations. Many of the
Jews were casting off the faith of
their fathers, having sipped Of the
heady wine of the Greeks, which
we are now celebrating the
8100th anniversarv of Chanu-
kas.The Editor.
This year the ('hanukah candles in the end leaves a bitter taste.
generations of historic achievements, she is still immersed in (|i galvage rightg the building, have extraordinary significance. But their defection only increased
'Wgreat task to which she dedicated herself. Despite her f !h( ,,,,- Wllll,|s rair Chicago
Wshe is now directing the work of transferring thousands ;|, (, j ,,K. maU.,iais f0P $1,000,-
f Jewish children from Germany to Palestine- Today it is ......
no exaggeration to say that Miss Szold is the greatest living
'ess, a woman who has brought honor to her people and
Wry to her sex.
A final checkup of the recent
Vote for supreme court justice in
"rid Jewish Winter Olympics to
Be Held in February
This year they illumine a remark- j the zeal of the faithful,
able anniversary. Exactly twen-
ty-one centuries have passed since
the Jews, through joy and sorrow,
have been celebrating this Feast
of Lights.
Two millenia are a long period,
Prof. Levinc of Jewish Theological Queens County, N. r., shows tnat ^ ^ Jewj ^ & ,,>.
one voter east his ballot for Hitler1
Seminary Dies I, Fritz Kreisler's failure to say
In homes, in synagogues and in
In the year 170 B. C. K. (Before
the Common Era), Antiochus IV,
ruler of Syria, dreaming of world
empire, marched his armies into
Egypt. The campaign ended in a
stalemate, and a peace that was
only a truce was sinned. On the
way back he learned that the Jew-
due to the fact that he owns too
New York (WNS)Dr. Morris much property in Germany .
D. Levine, professor of Bible and j Propaganda Minister Goebbels is
schools, at organization meetings ish Hellenist, Menelaus, who had
anything about the .Nazi regime is ^ nh^ gatherings, this anni- recently paid him a handsome sum
J''>-> (WXS-Palcor Agency)
'"-1 winter Maccubiad of
l: World Sports Organ-
will take place from Feb-
18th
.
tainous
ice
"Tiament.
lit ci
J[Wi in the events, the ar- nPofe8S0r il 1930 and getting a belly I
*-rsssss ::rz:\.: ........-. -
versary will be noted and feted. for the high-priesthood, had been
In New York, for I xample, the driven out of Jerusalem. His
Jewish Education Association is wrath, embittered by his check in
let.
bbed
hellv laugh from a para-
'""lities.
jirofessor.
stoengl, Hitler's press agent
-hort-lived empire. Caught be-
complete. Again the Jews proved
a convenient scapegoat. Giving
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Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, December 20,1935

The World's
Window
"The Incredible"
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column i- copyrighted by
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate.
Reproduction in whole <>r in part
i- -irUili forbidden. Anj in-
fringement < be prosecute d.
Rumors came ;i
number oi go to the
that Jewish Communists in Pales-
tine had issued t n ation call-
ing upon the Aral, population to
1 and slaughter the Jews.
This im iten was
said I
of the Communist party in Pal< -
and i" have I y eir-
I did not speak of

1
I
It must :

:

1
e is
in this a Pi
onlj
. it- onlj tain-
inn act and you know of the v
good things that our men and
women have done then ings
that make every Jew in the world
happier and prouder and better
able tn bear his fate in the pla
where he is. All that is common
knowledge among Jews as well aa
amonir friendly and decent Chris-
tiana the world over. And you may
also remember the Arab uprising
(so-called) of 1029 and how the
greatest achievement of these poor
misled peasants was the butchery
of our defenseless children, those
pupils of the Yeshivah in Hebron,
who laid themselves down to die
for the sanctification of the Name.
even as our saints and martyrs did
in other ages. For note, please,
that these again so-called gallant
and knightly and chivalrous peo-
ples, like the romantic Arabs or
the warlike Germans, always hit
below the belt and always attack
the defenseless and always travel
in huge majorities against minor-
ities and always turn out to be
cowards and hooligans, always. No
one has ever known it to fail. Con-
sider all that and then try to im-
agine the state of mnd of Jew-
ish Communists trying to instigate
the Arabs of Palestine against
their Jewish brethren. Consider
that. Ix't the thought sink into the
mind and into the heart and into
the very marrow.

I am known as a reactionary. It
Is a slander. I have lost lecture
ements and return engage-
with pseudo-liberal, pro-
( mmunif I
San Francisco which w
to me. And
the reason, outspoki n or implied.
wa that I was too anti-Commu-
I am. I shall continue to
be. This madness and this d
be fought and it wi re better
1 go under fighting it than to
inch.
That does not mean thai
fend the profit-motive in its un-
rest raiw d acl or that 1 am
1 in .. 0-
and beneficent to human society or
that I am or can b to the
injusl 1
But Con
Russo-Mai

:. them all
It re-
men
Jewish mothers and Jewish chil-
dren.

That is not all. This poison
its anti-poison. This body
. ;c;. ; the immu-
ts say. Only this anti-poi-
. anti-body is not benefi-
,-, nl or curative. It is a poison as
rate as that which helped to
call it forth. It is known as Fa -
cism or Nazism. And let not,
,i, ws of America, let not the
leftists" poisoned by the brew of
iw propaganda tell you that
the fi: f Communism hail noth-
ing to do with the Fascist terrors
Europe. It had everything t)
Rightly or wrongly,
the middle classes ol Europe, the
I the able, the productive
ten ified and wen:
mad in theil or, to which
doubt li r cau Ibut^d,
accepted the leadership of
and threw in
their
and the powi rail industrial)!
ar Re-

th was
re of

the nin I
. Vngeli hlernd ha
1
R

l:. Nazi
Report Prince of Wales Coming to
Palestine
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in 1936 in order tO dedicate the
new institute building of the Brit-
Ish Sailors' Society in Haifa. Con-
struction plans call for the com-
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the British Sailor-' Society was un-
furled over a temporary .-hack on
the site of the new structure by
Princess Mary while on a visit
here.
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Friday, December 20, 1935
Famous Dogs
Race at Track
Yes mi, f" and grandsons of the greatest sjl(.
I ehampion greyhounds in this
ountry. Who? Well, none other
(ban the offsprings of the old track
||1.',sl(.1. Traffic Officer. The only
tning that keeps the track from
a Traffic Officer home-
coming is that the old man himself
inable to pet to Miami this
early '"< tne season. He did, how-
ver, send word by his master,
"the grumbling "an Oswald," that
if any of the youngsters needed a
little special coaching on the finer
points of the proper way to travel
around a racing track in order to
,|ways be the first to visit the
stand that he would catch
erland plane from California
.,,,,1 help the children out a bit.
Heading the list in the "Grunt-
Dan Oswald" kennel is Po-
lice Court, winner of the West
Flagler Derby last year, and one
tops at the Biscayne meet-
ing the first part of last season.
During the past summer he was
wer to the form players'
at Revere, Mass., track,
there he won nine straight races
being defeated. Also in the
peat kennel is Court House, Miss
Traffic Court, Officer Dancer,
Dancing Officer and several other
grandsons that are sure to burn
ack up most any lime now.
So most any night from now on
yon can see the parade of the
great offsprings of the daddy of
Vm all, Traffic Officer.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Lights on
Chanuka
* SCENE AT THE BISCAYNE KENNEL^ ( If
still packing the track every night
and they are being treated to the
finest greyhound racing that has
ever been held in Florida. Which
all goes to prove that the old say-
ing still holds good thai whenever
you have the best in any line th
public will turn out, and that is
exactly what the Biscayne Kennel
Club is offering the greyhound
racing ran- this year ... for a
night of top-notch racing and mu-
sic that passe- anything that has
ever been on a race track before
you can do no better than attend
the racing at the friendly Biscayne
Kennel Club, owned and operated
by Miamians. Post time, 8:15.
Despite the near frigid weather
that has had Miami in the worst
grip of cold weather that we have
experienced at this time or any
other time of the year, crowds are
Society
The first of the late Friday evs-
nine services at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation, 1545 S. W.
Third st.. will be inaugurated next
Friday night, Dec. 27th, at 8 p. m.,
when Rabbi Julius Washer will
preach on "Twenty-one Hundred
Viars of a Struggle for a Prin-
ciple." Cantor A. Tcitelbaum of
New York will chant the services
and lead in the congregational
sinking. The Ladies Auxiliary of
the congregation will serve re-
freshments to the worshippers im-
mediately following the services.

Mr. Elry Stone of the local Bnai
Brith Lodge has been named chair-
man of the committee that will
Plan and conduct the annual mem-
bership drive of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau which will be held the
toter part of January. Others of
the general committee and special
large gifts commit!,.,- will be
named within the next few weeks.

Miss Norms Simpson, a Btudenl
at the University of Alabama, will
arrive home today t spend the
holidays With her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Simpson.
* *
Mrs. B. Polskin of Brooklyn,
N. Y., is visiting her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wechsler of this city and will re-
main here for the winter.
t
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sovatkin of
the famous Ro-Ed Mansion of Sar
atoga Spring, X. Y arrived here
last week to spend their seventh
consecutive winter at Miami Beach.
*
The formal opening of Kraemer's
Kosher Dining Room at Fourth
street and Collins avenue, will be
held Sunday, Dec. 22, at 12 noon.
Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kraemer of Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
who operated the dining room here
last winter, the policy of serving
a strictly kosher meal at very rea-
sonable prices in tastiest style will
again be followed this year. Rabbi
D. Clein will be the Mashgiach in
tant supervision. The reputa-
tion established by the dining room
hist year resulted in the renovation
and refurnishing of this strict!..-
kosher dining room and opening
much earlier than last season. Sun-
day night the dining room will be
the scene of the Chanuka banquet
Of Beth Jacob Congregation. The
public is invited to visit and con-
vince themselves of the splendid
cuisine.
* *
Executive board of Senior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will meet at
li a. m. today with .Mr-, [da Opt-
ner, 2863 S. W. Twenty-fourth ter.
Luncheon will be served. The
public speaking and parliamentary
law class will meet at 2 p. m.
The book review group will meet
at X p. m. on December 26th at the
Blackstone Hotel. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will review the book, "Kid-
dush llashem," by Sholom Asch.
The English translation is "The
Sanctification of God's Nairn."

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon of
this city are having as their hou 8
guests their sister-in-law, Mrs.
William Gordon, and sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Fox, all of Chicago.
(Continued from Page 1)
read on Chanukah a Megilla
'"roll), just as we do today on
the Purim festival. This Chanukah
S roll, which contained the story
of ill" Feast of Lights, was writ-
ten about the eighth century and,
it is interesting to note, became so
sacred In the eyes of many people
that Rabbis began to discuss the
question whether a benediction
should be pronounced before read-
ing it or not.
According to the Bible critics,
any many conservative scholars,
.here is a book in the Old i
ment which was written diirin >
those days when Israel was strug-
gling against Antiochus. It is the
Book of Daniel, which, they say,
was written by a pious and pa-
triotic Jew of those days to give
(outage to his co-religionists who
were struggling against the Syrian
monarch.
One of the monarchs of the Cha-
Zars, that people of Southern Rus-
sia who accepted Judaism during
the eighth century, was named
Chanukah.
FOR PROSPECTIVE BRIDES
AND GROOMS: Weddings can
take place on Chanukah but not
on Purim, although both of them
happen to be minor festivals.
(Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate.)
Henrietta Xznld Given Disti,,.
guished Honor
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Miss Henrietta Srold, for, ino
woman Zionist leader, now on the
b'gh seas en route to the United
States where .-he will celebrate
her 75th birthday, was made a.i
honorary citizen of this all-Jewish
''"v a; ;i meeting of the munici-
pality. This marks the first time
that a woman has bee] given the
freedom of the city of Tel Aviv.
Preparations for country-wide cel-
ebrations on the occasion of Miss
Szold's birthday, which will be ob-
served on Dec. 21st, are now in
progress in many centers.
Jews Throng t See Palestine Film
New York (WNS) Nearly
100,000 Jews from the metropol-
itan area of New York have al-
ready seen the Keren Hayes,,,!
film of Palestine reconstruction,
"The Land of Promise," which is
now in its fourth week at the As-
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Pafre Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, December 20, 1935
Beth David
Activities
National Deputy
Arrives Here
Services at Beth David Syna-
gogue toniRht will be marked by
the observant of the 2100th ad-
versary of the rededication of the
Temple at Jerusalem, this being
the 2100th anniversary of Cha-
nuka. At the same time the 75th
birthday of Miss Henrietta Szold,
noted Zionist and founder <>f Ha-
dassah, which is being celebrated
throughout the Jewish world, will
be commemorated during the serv-
ice. Rabbi Max Shapiro will preacn
on "Henrietta Szold an ap-
preciation of a true modern Mac-
cabean." Cantor Nathan Wroobel
will chant the liturgic melodies
and will be assisted by Beth David
choir under the direction of Canto.-
I. Kaminsky.
Members and officers of the
Miami Chapter of Senior lladassah
will participate in the services in
honor of Miss Szold.

The annual Chanuka dinner spon-
gored by Beth David Sisterhood
will be held Sunday evening, Pee.
22nd, at t>:30 o'clock at its Talmud
Torah Hall and will be featured
by the presentation of a Chanuka
play in which members of Beth
David Sunday school will be pre-
sented. Miss Ida Engler is coach-
ing the play, "Pictures Out of the
Past," with the following cast:
Anna Feldman as the grandma;
Jeanctte Kronenfeld as the mother;
Frankie Markowitz as David; Eliz-
abeth Rosencranz as Esther; Sun-
shine Fagan as Helen; and Robeit
A prominent visitor to Miami
this week is David I.. Drubin, na-
tional deputy chief of staff of the
Jewish War Veterans, who came to
Miami for the purpose of organ-
izing a local post of the organiza-
tion. The first commander of a
Many months were spent in
preparation before a camera turn-
ed on the First National picture,
"G Men," a story of the daring ex-
ploits o!" the men of the United
States Department of Justice, and
which comes to the Tivoli theatre
on Sunday.
The all star cast is headed by
James Cagney and includes Mar-
garet Lindsay, Ann Dvorak, Rob-
ert Armstrong, Barton MacLane,
Lloyd Nolan, William Harrigan,
Russell Hopton and Edward Paw-
ley.
Cagney, Hollywood's most fa-
mous Bad Man, deserts his past
roles to portray the past of .1
C-Man." His acting is said to be
tli,. finest in his career.
Holiday." They retained the two
young players for their same roles
in the film. Both have since risen
to stardom under the Warner
banner.
His current production is "The
Irish in Us," which comes to the
Seventh Avenue theatre Sunday.
DAVID I.. DRUBIN
post of Jewish War Veterans in
Queens county, New York, with a
population of more than two mil-
lion, Mr. Drubin has made a most
remarkable record for the post.
Since its organization it has par-
Max Daum, Harry Streit, B. Kan-
del, Jean Pallott, M. Scheinber;?,
Clara Grief and Max Abbott. Res-
ervations may be made with any
member of the committee or by
phoning 2-472:$ or 3-3080. Mrs. Max
Shapiro will deliver the invocation
and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz will be
toastmistress.
*
Sunday morning, Dec. 22nd,
Beth David Sunday school will be
presented in a Chanuka program
under the direction of Rabbi Max
Shapiro. The children's play will
lie given and several of the chil-
dren will be heard in holiday reci-
tations. The same play will be
shown at the dinner during thn
evening. Following the Chanuka
program the Beth David sister-
hood will be hosts to the Sunday
school children and will sir.....
freshmentS to the children.
Ann Dvorak, who revealed a
surprising talent for song-and-
,!;,. in "Sweet Music," the War-
ner Bros, musical, has a similar
part in this film plus an opportun-
ity to show her dramatic talents.
James Cagney was born in New
York. He worked as office boy
and bundle wrapper until he start-
id his stage career as a chorus
boy.
While appearing with Joan Blon-
dell in "Fenny Arcade," Warner
Urns, bought the screen rights to
that play and made it into a pic-
ture under the title of "Sinner's
A vast amount of research was
necessary to depict effectively the
six months' training period through
which all recruits go before before
becoming full-fledged "G Men."
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H. N. HENRY
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GREETINGS ON CHANUKA
JUDGE AARON J. LEVY
Barmak as Leo. Poems will be re-
cited by Edith Shier and Adele
Sootin. Judge Aaron J. Levy, of
the Supreme Court of New York,
will address the diners, in addition
to Rabbi .Max Shapiro. Admission
will be one dollar per plate and
will include the play. In charge
of arrangements for the Chanuka
dinner are Mrs. .1. Engler as ehair-
mand and a committee of .Mes-
dames I.. J. Hartz, Sol. Rotfort, J.
Lang, s. Weinklc, s. c. Myers,
Rena NewbeYg, Harry oiiphant,
Harry Gordon, Freda Markowitz,
A HAPPY CHANUKA
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HAPPY CHANUKA
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1 I .'Hi Washington Ave.
Miami Itearh
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Equipment
1100 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 2-6751
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My Jewish Friends
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Civic Bldg.
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f^r.^er 20, 1935
Szold Day to
Be Celebrated
. Se* York-(WNS)"Henrietta
Lw]d Day" wi" be celebrated
Loughout the country on Dec.
It the first day of Chanukah,
"hich is usually observed as "Ha-
Lah Sabbath," it was announced
7*. by Mrs. David de Sola Pool,
Ennwof the Henrietta Szold
Celebration committee. In honor of
V,ss Szold's 75th birthday, which
Lincidcs with the first day of Cha-
Lkih there will be pulpit ad-
Le's, a series of Oneg Shabbat
athering" from coast to coast and
international broadcast from
Jerusalem which will bring the
' nice< of l>r- Chaim Weizmann,
,.|ah I- Magnes and a high
Lemment official to listeners in
L country. As part of the eel*
L,tion Hadassah is also publish-
ing a collection oi Miss Szold's
Ivritinga and addresses under the
Itftorahip of Marvin Lawenthal.
Siold, who is head of the
ICentral Committee for the Settle-
I ant of Refugee Children in Pales-
jane, popularly known as Youth
I Aliy'ah. is on her way to this coun.
her first visit in six years.
TO* JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
| The Tale of a
Roving Jew
It's nearly Chanuka and one
k,eins to think of the beautiful
MtM of giving Chanuka gifts
.especially Chanuka gelt .
ind particularly to the poor and
Ktdv. So. though we hear so
uch of "NEEDY CASES" we
tint to convince ourselves, and
n .. .
Can this he true? Is this Mr.
Mr.? So emaciated just a
wraith of the once prosperous,
healthy merchant whose friend-
ship as so sought for, and who
received the respect his deeds so
ell merited.
Yes and then comes the
tor? (Treated with difficulty
from his unwilling lips. Illness
. then the loss of his bud-
MH home gone and about
lo be put out on the street .
...children ... of course!
four of them, the oldest nine
jears old and the youngest just
i year old down to their
last cent and without food for
toj8. This former merchant and
in of affluence, distinction and
nice wife and four chil-
dren ... at the mercy of every-
e .
What happened the usual
tof The Jewish Welfare
Bereau learns of the terrible
WM this family is in food,
belter and medical care is im-
. Mutely provided. At least
tjl tan eat and have a' roof
W their head perhaps the
'>ily will again be self-sus-
Uining.
Perhaps ... if you, Mr. and
"s- Reader do your share.
ttiH it he the proper thing to
WP this family with Chanuka
n|l by sending it to the Jewish
I *d're Bureau in the Congress
HAPI'Y CHANUKA
P. C. JACK
*<*ra Kitchen Equipment
ValvesGm
Now Located at
Room 208
2"6 N.E.I 4th St.
Phone 3-1018
Page Seven
MISS HENRIETTA SZOI.I)
Society
ML- Margaret Weinstein, daugh.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Weinstein,
a student at the Ringling School
of Art, Sarasota, Fla., arrived here
to spend the holiday vacation.

Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will
preach on "Henrietta Szold .
three BCOre years' of service to the
Jews," in commemoration of Miss
Szold's 75th birthday observance
at the late Friday evening services
in Beth Jacob congregation which
will begin at h o'clock tonight.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
chant the services and lead in tho
congregational singing. Saturday
morning the Rabbi will speak in
Yiddish and in the afternoon will
conduct the "Ain Yaakov" classe .
* *
Following the announcement if
the work of Rabbi Dr. Jacob II.
Kaplan in organizing a group of
Jews and Christiana to bring about
good will and fellowship between
all deeds, a scurrilous post card
was received through the mails by
the Rabbi in which .lev-, were villi-
fied. The language of the postcard
is similar to the language of let-
( sent to Jewish and non-Jewish
leaders in the West recently. The
postcard was turned over to fed-
eral authorities for investigation.

The St. Regis restaurant, 44G
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, will
open at 5 o'clock this evening for
its fourth consecutive season of
service to the public. Every effort
is being made to give the finest
'of American Jewish food to a dis-
criminating clientele.
*
A meeting of the Young Hebrew
Social club will be held next Tues-
day evening at 8 o'clock at the
home of Marci Adelman, I 121 X.
\V. Firs; street, when plans for
the annual New Veal's eve event
will be acted on. All members an
A HAPPY CHANUKA
(J. 0. REED, Inc.
|Engineers and Contractors
1345 Twentieth Street
MIAMI BEACH
Bldg.? .
Somehow we feel that the
Chanuka spirit among the Jew-
ish people has not yet become
extinct. Won't you help?
SINCERE WISHES
for a
VERY HAPPY CHANUKA
To My Jewish Friends
CLEMENT L THEED
Justice of the Peace
3419 Main Highway
COCONUT GROVE
BEST WISHES
To All Jewry for
A HAPPY CHANUKA
A. B. SMALL
Judge of the Civil Court of
Record
DADE COUNTY
urged to attend.

The Beach Cafeteria at 14th St.
land Washington Ave., Miami
! Beach, operated by Wm. Capland,
popular Miami Beach restauran-
: teur, will reopen for the current
season. Everything has been com-
pletely renovated. It is one of the
most modernly equipped restau-
rants and cafeterias in the district
and bakes all of its own cakes, pas-
tries and pies. The policy of "Qual-
ity and Service Unsurpassed" la
being strictly adhered to.
*
Opening day at Tropical Park,
beautiful racing plant of the Gables
Racing Association, last Monday-
saw an enthusiastic crowd of more
than 15,000 gather to welcome the
Start of the Florida racing season.
Patrons of the track last year
were pleasingly surprised to see
the renovated plant an inviting
Spectacle for the racing of thor-
oughbreds from all parts of the
country. Leading stables are repre-
sented and the stables are filled to
-apaeity. Wednesday was a "long
shot" day at the track with excep-
tionally good prices being paid at
the mutuels. The large totalizatoi
is functioning with remarkable re-
sults and affords the betting fans
the opportunity to know the odds
on the horses until the very minute
of the race.
Officials of the track are greatly
encouraged by the attendance and
betting of the opening days, and .
predict an unusually successful
season for the Tropical Park fall
meeting.
The track opened two weeks
earlier this year than ever before
in the racing history of Florida
and already the confidence of the
officials and owners of the track is
being justified.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter, ac-
tive workers in local Jewish cir-
cles will celebrate their 25th wed-
ding anniversary with a dinner
dance at the Blackstone hotel,
Miami Beach, the evening of Dec.
25th at 7 o'clock. A number of out
of town notables will attend in ad-
dition to friends of the family.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Max and
daughter Gladys returned from a
week's vacation in Havana, Cuba.
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oo
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Florida National Bank Bldg.
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APARTMENT HOTEL
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2728 N. E. 2nd Ave.
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(In the Patio)
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Page Eight
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
Friday, December 20,1935
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Here is a bit of interesting data
mi the Y affair to be held New
Year's eve at the Alamac hotel.
Esjm cial emphtt-
ig being laid
on the fact that
the New Year's
eve event at the
Alamac is for the
purpose of bring-
t O g < I ll I"
members of the
"Y" and affiliated organizations,
and not for the general public.
The guest of honor for the evening
along with the Honorable Louis
Snedigar, Mayor of Miami Beach,
will be Nick Kenny, editor of the
New York Mirror and Hearst
newspapers, who will receive the
key to the city from the mayor.
Nick Kenney is making a special
trip to Miami Beach to be with the
Y that night, as a personal favor
to our Executive Director Boris
Schlachman. Nick has promised to
bring part of his amateur gang
with him. the same gang of enter-
tainers that have made radio hU
tory on his amateur broadcasts.
His guest star of the evening will
lie the inimitable Sammy Walsh,
noted stage and screen star who's
an old friend of both Nick Kenny
and our Boris. Sammy Walsh mad"
history a few weeks ago as master
of ceremonies at the then Doau-
ville Casino and later at the Em-
bassy chili. Mr. Walsh is at pres-
ent in New York at the swankv
Netherlands Plaza and is coming
to the Beach before taking his
place as headman in one of Miami's
most exclusive night clubs. Dan-
cing will commence simultaneously
in the Lounge Room and the Ca-
ribbean Grill. There will be two
orchestras for dancing with Sam-
my Taye and his music in the
Lounge and Ramon Cansino and
his music in the Grill. Entertain-
ment will continue through the
evening and dinner will be served
at the Balm room at 11:30. At
midnight, with all lights out, Boris
Schlachman, assisted by the guests,
will sing Auld Lange Syne. After
dinner more dancing will resume
and the show will continue.
This affair will mark the end of
an active year of the combined
VMI1A and YWHA and will be
the first of a series of formal
and informal affairs through the
season which will start things
humming for the new Y building
in contemplation. The committee
in charge are Milton Friedman.
chairman of all arrangement-, as-
sisted by Marry Schwartz and
Boris Schlachman, Lilyan Falk,
Beatrice Silver. Nell l.ehrnian. Syl
via Greenfield and Mrs. Al Rosen
feld.
Due to the !iniit the first T.'i paid reservations will
be accepted. Tii kets are now on
-ale at a reasonable tariff of $6.00
pi r couple.
people
The men's division held a hoard
of directors meeting last Wednes-
day at which time the collection
from the program was stressed.
Sol Rotfort was asked why he
resigned as chairman of the board
di' directors, to which he replied:
"They spelled my name wrong in
the program book." Darfmoii'.'
I'ete Silverman was offering
everyone odds of 2 to l that his
sister, Mrs. Fay Bloomin would
have a baby buy. Ben Serkin in
accepting a small bet told whoever
would listen that he checked up on
i! and that he was a cinch to win
hi- bet. Congratulations! Mr. and
Mrs. Bloomin W< re blessed with a
baby boy.
Orchids tii Mis> Hetty Marko-
witz for traveling all the way from
(honest I forgot) to attend the
junior division meeting.
A special meeting of the V. W.
II. A. will be held Sunday, Decem-
ber \l\nh, for the purpose of set-
ting a date for the installation 01'
recently chosen officers.
The clubrooms will get their
much needed repairs, beginning to-
day, if tin- insurance adjusters keep
their promise.
day afternoon. About 50
attended and Joined.
Dr. Wolfson, well known author
and lecturer, was unanimously
elected as chairman and explained
to the gathering what the aims and
I urposes of The Group were.
Among those present and who
;, ,, ;: deep-seated need for Buch a
, ,itural center, and who voiced
their opinions were Rabbi Jacob
II. Kaplan, spiritual lea ler of Tem-
pi,. Israel, .Miami: Mr. John B
nature healer; Dr. I. Spectorsky,
well known educator of New 1 01 ,
Max Herzfeld and Harry Lipton,
both well known attorneys and
ational workers: Miss Lucy
Ii'cnhan, author of a boon on Rus
- a; Adolph Geiger and Len Mones,
New York educators.
A committee on program plan-
ning under the chairman-hip of
Dr. 1. Spectorsky was named
draw up program plan- for futu-
lee, tings. Mesdames Elsie Maslon,
Morris Alpert, Rena Roland, Lucy
Brenhan and the Mi --1 I. Geiger,
I.. Mones Hairy Upton. Max
Herzfeld, Mrs. Elias Frieda- an I
George S. R< iss, Mr. D. E. Adli .
I. M. Pederman and Sascha Zeitli 1.
The following were elected to
serve as officers: Chairman of The
Group, Dr. Abraham Wolfson;
vice chairmen, Mr. Max Herzfeld.
Dr. I. Spectorsky; secretary, Mr.
Charles II. i.ec; recording -ecu
tary, Mi>s Beulah Kashins, and
program chairman, Dr. 1. Spec
torsky.
The next meeting of The Group
will be held Saturday afternoon, 3
O'clock sharp. Dec. 21st. fit the
home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
1051 Collins avenue. Miami Beach.
After th< program of the after-
noon, to be announced, a SOCiul
hour and tea will follow.
*
Complimenting her brother. A.
David Kay vis of Philadelphia, who
i> spending a vacation here, Miss
Sylvia Rayvis entertained a num-
ber of friends Sunday night at her
home in Shenandoah. Novel game.'
..,,,1 dancing were enjoyed through-
out the evening, followed by a
buffet supper.
Guests included Miss Adele Se-
gall, Miss Doris Cromer, Mi
Natalie Pallot, Mis- Sylvia Miller,
Beck Nash. Miss Ida I
Bill Pallot, Sidney Segall, E. Al-
Pall >t, Jai k /ion. Moe Schatz
William Adolph, Sol Katz,
Milton Friedman, Edward Hillel-
son.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Dubbin,
Dr. and Mrs. M. I". Travel.-, .Mr.
;nd Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mr. and
Mrs Murry Grossman, Mr. and
Mrs. Rai Schatzman, Mr. and
Mrs. I.eo Chaikin, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Rayvis.
* *
The Brith of the infant .-on of
Mr. and Mis. Harry lilumin was
held yesterday at the Yistoria hos-
pital. A larg. number of friends
attended the ceremony and recep-
tion which followed.
*
Plans for the reorganization of
In Creator Miami Zionist District
were formulated at dinner last
Tuesday at the Palatial Kosher
restaurant. Mr. Harry I. Lipton
\\a> named chairman of the re-
organization committee. Others on
this committee are Rabbi Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, Rabbi Julius Washer, Rabbi
David I. Rosenbloom, Mr. Isidor
Cohen, Mr. I. Levin, and .1. L.
Shochet. A mass meeting to which
.lews of the entire area are in-
vited, full details of which will be
announced shortly, will be held at
Beth David Talmud Torah hall on
I Sunday evening, Jan. 6, 1986 At
this meeting the arrangem^
committee will recommend namw
of officers for the coming year an!
election will be held. Tonight the
rabbis of Greater Miami will di cuss the Zionist plans for the di*
trict in their synagogues.
*
Mrs. Rose Samet, a resident ,
Miami for several year-, aged :,{
died here suddenly last sun(i
after a heart attack. Burial was in
the Jewish section of Uuodlawi
cemetery and services were con
ducted by Rabbi Max Hi;
Beth David Congregal oa Shi
leaves surviving her, her husband
Nathan, and a daughter, Cladys.
GREETINGS
for a
HAPPY CHAM KAH
Florida Linen
Supply Co.
1403 N. W. 7th Court
W. 1'. EAVENSON, Mgr.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
ROSE WEISS
335 17th St.
Phone 5*9368 Miami Beach
The first meeting of a newly
formed organization called "The
Croup" was held at the home of
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 1051 Collins
avenue, Miami Beach, last Satur-
GREETINGS
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BODY WORKS
25 N. E. Sixth St.
GREETINGS
for
A HAPPY CHANUKA
SOUTHERN
VENETIAN BLIND CO
Manufacturers of
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Distributors of
Imported and Domestic
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LADDER TAPE
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Phone 2-5256
Re-Opening for the Season!
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21st
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MIAMI BEACH
W.M. CAPLANI), Manager
The Finest in Food, Deliciously Prepared
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Dairy Foods, Appetizers. Smoked and Pickled Meats.
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., December 20, 1935
Tampa Notes
t.moa section, National Coun-
f Jewish Women, held their
c,1,uial. monthly meeting recently
[he '
[abb:
Tetass sponsored by the coun-
**1 Wednesday, December 18,
ffo^ka. theY. M. HA.
-,,; zielonka will continue the
.b the subject being "Our Re-
"r' jjiss Helen Aronovitz
rttr v M. H. A. building
**? Adolph Burger spoke on
," t!-ts "self." The
EJEWI8H FI.ORIDIAN
Page Nine
STATEWIDE NEWS
lipion
., in! cresting
the
talk of
[ Jling "done by the Junior
,,i Tampa.
will sponsor a
lec-
" The counci
p Stephen S. Wise of
inuary 16th, at the
ipal Auditorium. Dr. Wise
puest of honor at a
Jacksonville News the meetin* during which ^> ew
members were elected, Isadore Sit-
a large number of interested
members attended the regular ses-
sion of the Senior Hadassah Chap-
ter in the Jewish Center Wednes-
day afternoon, with Mrs. Ben
Stein in the chair. Tin. meeting
was opened with a prayer read
by Mrs. J. Hirshberg.
In keeping with the Chanukah
,,, date. This dm-- holiday, which is celebrated this
take place at 6:15 oclock, week, Mrs. Stein lit the eight can-
St. Petersburg
Notes
Congregation B'nai Israel, A. s.
Kleinfeld, rabbi, holds services
Friday nighl at 8:80. Jerome
I Goldberg, who will be confirmed
| this Sabbath, will preach th ser-
mon on the subject <>f "Courage
IWrt^Kn I>~~ L and Paith-" Saturday morning
UaytOna BeaCh services begin at nine o'clock. Je-
\Infnc! '"""' (;"l'""'l'' ui!l chant and read
llUlLo the service.
Holding prominence in the so- The Chanukah festival will be
cial spot light this week is the celebrated in the auditorium of the
ika program to be given by temple with an elaborate program
the children Sunday evening at 8 and playlet by the Sabbath school

ced in the next H, of the Menorah, which is s
ture will be open
,1 public.
are rehearsing a
sym-
jewish Floridian. bolic of this festival. As she 1
candle B, .
each one to a
'' : First candle, Hadas-
Rodoph Sholom
nre being coached \a nal Fund; third, Pennj
Tho i takin Luncheon Fui
Bernstein, Elea- '.. i .
Vliriam Kirchi- k, Hadassah 1
.,. i; Doris Chaib .
X, urwirth an 1
he meeting Mis.
art in the pro
B who will
! i ;ab th Ti p-
Gloria Bokor,
Arthur Block, o

hanuka d
zer ami Joe Spivak.
M. Hammerman won the foun-
tain pen and pencil get which was
given by the club as prize in a
contest.
At tin- close of the meeting di
licious refreshments were served
by the hoste as ted by Miss "Vl"''1' :" Temple Israel, under children! The cast of characters
Sylvia Haimovitz and Eugene Hi
movitz.
upervision of Rev. .Joseph is as follows: Louis Abrams, Wil-
der. |jam Abrams, Israel Abrams, Ha-
A-" the first public ap- "el Abrams, Philip Benjamin, Jen-
Th members of the Temple : :> very long time of nie Sierkese, Corine Silverman,
I and the \> : >uiigacti nd id id Fred Silverman, Albert Jui
are jcrvi iptii
lui
W i h i from I |
and will conl
I 'it 24th,
Ruth Jurafsky, Harold Gol Iberg,
Sonia Holicz r, Mai ilyn Holiczer,
ndance Mai ie i lai is, Jane Gol< Lowel
v' girls. Fyvolent, Phylis Weinstein. Spe-
itlight til ': i\ 1
P er, Da ron Ro i
Helfen-
i ciold stein, character i S.
, Stanl Mass, *

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hjool chil-
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poke on "The
ibees" tit serv-
. December 20.
welcome
ited at the corner
e on -. and is
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from a laii
table.
,
i Jewish dramatic production,
," was presented by the
Players of New York
g Men's Hebrew
Sunday evening at
I o'clock.
Mr. A. Steinin-rg, representative
t the company, who has been
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M. L. Ho
dressed the Jacksonville Jewish jns, Mrs. J. Bartley. Mrs. L. Wi
Center on "The Sanies by Which gon Mrs. S, Bryan, Mrs, V.
We l the religio i ,Mlj Mr H. R
services al 3:15 o'clock last Fri- make piana .iri() arrangement: foi
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Key West
Notes
Mr. \\ illiam Mendell was eleet-
d i"
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, for-
.
Kalman 1. vine of
i irk and Nai Piei
i hi.
day night in the Jacksonville -leu- t ,, ,,,. ,.,-,,,,,,,. Uccem*'r -"" **
. ,. .,., on ., i i a two weeks visit in New
ish Center, I bird and silver sis. ,,, ,. gjven during the school hoi-
Following the services a recep [fay,
tion was held in the auditorium \|r, ^ Lasarow also rerun-
honoring Abe Shefferman and Hj teered to have a party for the ben-
man S. Jacobs, president and vice- efjt ,,f lMl. \| pUnd ill her home,
president, respectively, of the Al .j (.|list. 0f an business, the
'' ral days arrang- Fifth Grand Lodge District of the ,.......erved tea and delicious
y fur the production, stated that International Order of B'nai B'rith, ,.,,,,1^,.^ and candies, which all pres-
- are a non-profit or- who are visiting Jewish communi- ,,nl enj0yed.
loimion whose purpose is to dis-
""ite Jewish dramatic art
"Khout the country.
^ Temple Brotherhood of
.Marian l.cvey plans to
li :v i I lecember 25th by train for
York
l.v

were
with small, round, n
i i! 11 !,
the gui -;-. Sma we o
also in ii al which fri ndly gan
were played, and prizes awarded.
Mr. Kantor, the i k-er pli ai ant ho t,
presided at the main table.
ties in Florida.
They conferred with leaders and p|ang lur a most elaborate New
members of the local B'nai B'rith year's dinner dance of the Daugh-
with regard to strengthening the ,,.IS ,,,- [grae] are forging ahead at
i local chapter, and addressed a fuH ,]H.,,|, Mrs. Hen Chepenick,
I ill entertain at its group of young men who are to ,.)u,i,man of the event, reported.
^annual dinner and dance New I organize a chapter of A. Z. A., Jun- The spacious mom will be set in
Davis Islands ior B'nai B'rith, under the aus-
pices of the center.
Mr. and .Mis. So
parents of a son born at the Hali-
fax Hospital Monday, December
16th.
The Red Cross membership drive,
under the able leadership of Mrs.
M. E, Berkowitz, chairman, fin-
T ... ished beyond the quota set for Kej
fc* Eve at the
Club. F.lahorate plans
Igmade to make this one of
"t outstanding events given
Jtnization.
'r-"T will lie served from 10
1 o'clock and dancing will
Joyed throughout the evening
usic by the University of
*'5a Clubmen.
"ers of the committee in
"''" are M,-. Krnest Maas, jr.,
%ck, Sam Zinkow, Dr. Dan-
"wkelson and Mr. Adolph Weil.
Ovations for the ball are be-
^euedby Mr. Maas and Mr.
atives Wor,. inf()rnu.(1 of the
i Balti
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman
announce the birth of a daughter,
on Friday, December 13th, in St.
Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Newman
was formerly Miss Rebecca Dia-
mond.
cabaret style, and the guests will
be served a delicious nine-course
dinner at the beginning of the eve-
ning. Balloons, hats and stream-
ers will bo furnished and a gala
evening is promised everyone.
Assisting Mrs. Chepenick with
the dinner dance are Mrs. Ira
Stein. Mrs. D. Darris, Mrs. A.
,,,,,, Mrs. M. Baker, Mrs.
Leo Rosenbloom, student at the
University of Florida, is spending
his holiday vacation in Chatta-
nooga, Tenn., visiting friends.
Florida Schools
In Exhibition
William Levey, student at the
Illinois College of Chiropody and
Foot Surgery, Chicago, is expected
home for the Christmas vacation.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Levey,
The Rothchild Young Judean Lasarow, Mrs. Nat Cohan, Mrs. A.
Club held its semi-monthly meet- Saf., Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz, Mrs.
ing Thursday evening in the home ,,. D. j0el, Mrs. I. Witten Mrs II.
0f Miss Eunice Davis on Laura Bt. Zimmerman, Mrs. T. Merlin, Mrs.
Miss Esther Smith presided over
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman I h-
retz; two brothers. Abe and Man-
uel Phret, all of Baltimore, and
two sisters, Mrs. Meyer Kessler
^T;if Mf JSCk BalUmore, and Mrs. Meyer Co-
m"r8 are h18 Par-Ihen of 3105 Ola ave., Tampa.
Although Progressive Club mem-
bers acted as hostesses during the
party Sunday night at Chateau
Lido, sponsored by the Sisterhood
of Temple Israel, Mrs. Louis Os-
sinsky, Sisterhood president, did
a good bit of the work. Assisting
her as hostesses were Miss Ruth
Epstein, Miss Mollie Stein, Miss
Marian Rutberg and Miss Marian
Levey. Bridge and beano were
played. Prizes for bridge went to
Mrs. D. Krokover, Mrs. Louis
r M. Schneider and Mrs. Jack
Landau.
\< a limited amount of guests
,aM be accommodated, only 100
couples will be received during the
evening Tickets will only be sup- Mrs. Ben Chepenick or the Jewish
plied those who have made res-j Center.
ei vat ions in advance. All reser-
vations may be made by calling
Tampa- Florida schools partici-
pating in the state fair educational
exhibition, February 4th to 15th,
will vie for public attention with
counter attractions this year, ex-
position officials have just been
advised by educators in charge.
Decorations to brighten up the
displays with daily programs fea-
turing talented school youngsters.
are contemplated to draw throngs
through the big educational build-
ing, where every form of school
work is on display.
Educators contend that the gen-
eral public does not show interest
in school work and that attractions
are necessary to bring them into
the educational building where the
work of each school is shown.
Goldman, Miss Marian Levey, Har-
ry Pepper, Louis Ossinsky and
George Liebman. Priezes for
"radio" went to Miss Marian Rut-
berg, Miss Mollie Stein, Bene
Bresnick, Miss Elizabeth Grus, Al-
bert Rutberg, Mrs. Joe Rutberg.


Page Ten
THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
Friday, December 20, 1935

BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
0 --------
Sen ici Frida> evening a1 >-:i:'
o'clock. This is the first night of
Hanukkah. Tl was '"
This weok
.... gub-
-2ino Yea >." Hi will
a few n.
:
. Szold, who
.lay .ill the
;. j year,
anding fig-
tic work and the en-
: will take time
to her fine personalit) an 1
. for -l< wish life.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
-----------------------------o
thdays celebrated this
.'. a Lavigne, Joseph
1 :. and Miss Anita Bernstein,
one of the teachers. Bernadine
Roth gave the opening prayer,
Teddy Plant read the services and
Marjorie Richenback gave the clos-
ing prayer. Highest collection in
intermediate department, class I,
and best attendance intermediate
department, classes 3 and A.
There will be no recitations this
week. The morning will be taken
up with Hanukkah celebration, a
follow -.
I. 11 > n n -. Si r\ ic< s by B
Kaplan, I Menorah will
ed, I. 2,100 yi ars ago, by
Rabbi Kaplan, 5. Hymn, Rock of
Birthdays will be cele-
. .;. 1. .,(> child will
.... Distribu-
I
1 all will be pn
I
.
ami given a pri sent, then all
uthi r ch I
Sistei-
At tin- evening entertainment,
which will take | 'clock
in Kaplan Hall, win-re the 1
will be prepared for the play, there
will be a charge of 25c for
adults and 10c for the children.
This money will go toward the
upport of the Religious school
work. The program follow.-:
Three-act play. "By the Light of
Hanukkah." Characters: Mother,
Florence Coret; daughter, Shirley
Levy; David, a son, Nathan Arono-
\ it/.; Benjamin, a Bon, Teddy Plant;
lousins, Joyce Pearlman and Prank
Davis.
Lighting of the Hanukkah can-
dles. Prologue: Bobby Kantor.
First candle, Ruth Wolkowsky; sec-
ond candle. Teddy Hyman; third
candfle, Charline Ruskin; fourth
candle, Myron Cowan; fifth can-
dle, Stephen Davis; sixth candle,
Morgan Levy; seventh candle, Har-
riett Goldman; eighth candle, Glad-
ys I.evine. Epilogue: Lois Re
ner. Piano solo, Marion Freed,
"The Rustle of Spring"; som Ros
amond Rubin, "Father, Lei Thy
Blessing"; dance. Peggy Gold-
smith; recitation, Gloria Kirstein;
dance, Barbara Meyer; hyn 1
by Mrs. Hyman Levy.
GENERAL
\v our sincere sympa-
thy to the family of Mr. A. Louis,
on the death of the husban I ai I
father, who passed away Thurs-
1 vening, December 12th.
There will be a joint cell bratio 1
of all the congregations in Greater
Miami in honor of the 2100th year
Ol Hanukkah, at the Beth Jacob
ynagogue, Miami Beach, Tues-
day evening, December 24th, at 8
o'clock, to which everybody is cor-
dially invited. All the rabbis and
all the cantors will take part.
We bespeak a generous response
for the National Farm School, one
of the outstanding institutions in
the country, founded by Dr. Kraus-
kopf, whose representative is in
our city at the present time.
An open letter to my friends:
Won't you be kind enough to look'
over your library and see if you
have any of my hooks? Some of
them I need very badly, and some
of them belong to the Religious
school.
i 1 Friday night flowers, a most
beautiful bouquet, were presented
by Mrs. Bobrow, in honor of her
birthday.
gorgeous vases were pre-
he Sisterhood, which are
! (lowers Friday nights and
Holiday.-, by Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky.
SISTERHOOD
o------------------ c
Dr. Kap-
0 he given
Friday evening, December 27th, at
G o'clock a1 K ., must be
in by this Friday. This is an an-
nual affair of the Sisterhood, and
always an unusually delightful one.
The committee in charge is Mrs.
.1. A. Richter, Mrs. Benjamin Le
Vine and Mr.-. M. L. Marcus.
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2,100 Years Ago
(Continued from Page 3)
credence to a rumor that they had
rejoiced in his defeat, he attacked
Jerusalem on a Sabbath, when the
use of weapons, even for self-de-
fense, was forbidden. Thousands
were butchered or sold into slavery
and the city was nearly destroyed.
Into AntioctaUB* twisted mind
crept the idea that the Jews were
responsible for his humiliation.
They were different, so he SUSpeCt-
ed and hated them, lie deter-
mined to destroy their separatism,
0 compel them to adopt the Gre k
and the Crick way of life.
In the Temple he erected a statu.'
f Jupiter and sacrificed .'. swine
on the sacred altar. Then fol-
wed decrees forbidding, on pain
ol death, circumcision, the ol
ance of the Sabbath, or even the
-urn of the Torah. The Chas-
sidim, as the zealous loyalists
called themselves, fled to the caves
in the hills of Judea.
The harsh decree.- were en-
forced with great rigor. Martyrs
gladly gave their lives to encour-
age the people to be steadfast.
L'lcazer. an old man, respi cted by
the people, was commanded to eat
unclean food; he refused and was
put to death. Hannah and her
seven sons were commanded to
worship an idol; she refused and
exhorted her sons to refuse. They
were put to death, one by one. The
officers of the king destroyed
schools and houses of worship.
They followed the Chassidim into
the hills and on a Sabbath fell
upon them and massacred a thou-
sand of them. Nevertheless the
people stood firm.
Into every village came the
king's soldiers, erected an altar,
and forced the people to sacrifice
to Zeus. To the town of Modin,
in the foothills of Judea, also came
a troop of soldiers. There dwelt
Mattathias, an old priest, and his
five sons. An altar was set un
the people assembled, and the of!
ficer called upon the priest to of.
fieiate. He sternly refused, a
Hellenist Jew stepped forward
perform the sacrifice. Then Mat-
tathias struck. He killed traitor
and in the affray which followed,
the king's soldiers fled, leaving
their officer among their dead.
Thereupon Mattathias p,,.
claimed revolt. "Whosoever
zealous of the law and maintain.
(Continued on Page II)
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^Jeeemb"*^
9100 Years Ago
"? -_J *-m Pniro 1(11
(Continu
,.| from Page 10)
[hc covenant, let him follow
i" was the stirring call he is-
tS' Tht,n he fled into the moun-
Su The time for resistance had
%'~' from all sides men came
L to him, and he decreed
J5?W8 permissible to defend
lelf on the Sabbath.
TheChassiiiim rallied round him.
to'swept into the villages, pulled
ni the heal hen altars, harassed
J Ring's troops and returned to
...jr caves.
f about a year this guerilla
jfare continued. But Mattathias
njdd and ncaring the end of
,.;days. Calling his sons about
"' ne appointed Judas to T)e
5 general, exhorted them to
jut on, and died.
j.jla, now faced the problem of
salem and went up to the Temple.
"They saw the sanctuary desolate,
and the altar profaned." Kor about
three weeks, from the third day of
Kislev to the 25th, they worked at
the labor of purification. On the
25th, with sacrifice and song, they
rededicated the Temple. For eight
days the festival continued. Then
Judas ordained that, forever after,
the eight days beginning with the
25th Of Kislev shall be celebrated
as the Festival of Dedication, or
Chanukah. That was exactly 2,100
years ago.
It was only the first phase of a
long and desperate struggle that
was concluded by this first cele-
bration of Chanukah. But it was
this phase that laid the founda-
tion, both material and spiritual,
of all that followed. The joyous
festival in Jerusalem was a fitting
symbol of it. It was a festival of
purification, of rededication and ni
THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN
-.,: ng
the Syrians in the open lj(,h, R dramatiaed nothing
II,. could not depend on
I, warfare alone to rid the
the kinjr'a forces. Appolo-
of Samaria, came
else could have done, the victory
of right over might, of the Weak
over the strong, of the few over
the many, of spirit over brute
force. No wonder that in these
days of renewed persecution and
renewed worship of brute Force,
lews turn to this festival and this
anniversary with renewed faith
and hope.
The second phase Dt the great
Utgtinst Judas and was routed. Btruggie may ;.,. ,aill hllVt. end.
ed with the death of Judas five
years later, lie died on the field
of Kleasa, when, with B force of
only "HI, he faced a Syrian army
of 22,000 men. Kor his fortunes
had waned and men, having lost
:-, root and cavalry, marched n0pe of ultimate victory against so
pitched camp at Emmaus. m|,nty .,,, empire, had deserted
j> governor
I* with an army to destroy him.
Jljla, marched up and attacked
\.n ami routed him. It was an
Emdible victory. Antioc-hus
Ijitil. The Jew [locked to Judas
1 iter numbers than ever.
Another merci nary host assem-
bgtjoehas was beside himself.
|u- tronble in outlying districts
empire prevented him from
Idmdiiuj to these unheard-of Jews
hpenon.
Vn-ier Gorgiaj a host of 30,000
JW of all taxes and tribute. Si-
J5 "-'as, 0f th, Mat,.abean
'"",h. became "prince and high
\nY <* nation. The Jew,
hd wo their independence. Their
ralth :""' ft-ir nationhood were
"ved for furthei life and achieve.
,",'", Thus have tyrants come and
Kone; thus have the Jew- fought
and overcome them.
(Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
To Consider Redraft of Reform
I'latforn li,. Helped Frame
Cincinnati (WNS) When Dr.
David I'hi!^,,,,,. 8l.nior rabbi of
Cincinnati's Rockdalc Avenue Tern-
pie, attends the meeting of the
platform commission of the Cen-
tral Conference of American R ,
bis a. New York City next week,
he will be joining in deliberations
on the advisability of drafting a
new Reform Judaism platform
which he himself helped 1
ago. Dr. Philipson is the
sole survivor of the committee f
five which drew up the Pittsburgh
platform 50 yeai ago.
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A HAPPY CHAN UK A
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been given here by a young siff-
leuse who presented Hebrew folk
souks in B novel way. They sound-
ed just as inspiring when whistled
as in song, losing none of their
lilting melody.
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irk. marched his forces to Mia- j,^. All day the battle raged. At EDMUND REID,
M where, after prayer and eon- njg|,tfall the few who were left re- 1
're
[:iiion, he sel forth with 6,000
Hted nun. Bj brilliant strategy
I 1 a trap ael by the en-
tile struggle went on. In the Par
,1 n. The fafcrXfjfipgg^ither Antiochus had gone
' to put down other uprisings, the
tyrant had died an ignominious
death, His capital, the City of
Antioen in Syria, became a hotbed
afrapanirapy,intrigue and treach-
ery, glairy, in 142 B. C. E., a new
emperor, Demitrius II, freed the
s camp, and smote it With
lank and con
ptri'helmed
the king's chief general,
Iwdumfounded. He decided that
|icouId no longer entrust the m*t-
r-.,) subordinates and, next yeav,
MS B. ('. K.. he himself col-'
[ |'"i horsemen to crush the Jew-
li nation out of existence. Judas
allied all his forces and in a fierce
liirK^ at Beth-zur, south of Jeru-
libi, utterly routed the nierce-
Iros, who fled in panic.
J There followed a breathing spell
I* Judas, who took advantage of
p clean the Temple of its heath-
1 pollutions. In Kislev of the
ar!66B. C. K he entered Jeru-
treated. Hut Judas Maccabeus, the
flame of Israel, lay dead on the
'field.
lay, appeared suddenly before the Under one brother after another
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iBB ggnjJBlH "
Page Twelve
Famous Scholar
Begins Work
"Palestine is becoming the new
hub "f Jewish scholarly life." This
declaration is made by Dr. Michael
W'ilcnsky. noted Hebrew scholar,
Formerly of Berlin, who arrived in
Cincinnati this week to catalogue
the priceli a collection of manu-
scripts al the Hebrew Union col-
lege library.
"America's Jewish scholarly ca-
reer is still in the process of being
formed," he said, but he hastened
to add thai with the unlimited cul-
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Pafre Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, December 20, 1935 Beth David Activities National Deputy Arrives Here Services at Beth David Synagogue toniRht will be marked by the observant of the 2100th adversary of the rededication of the Temple at Jerusalem, this being the 2100th anniversary of Chanuka. At the same time the 75th birthday of Miss Henrietta Szold, noted Zionist and founder <>f Hadassah, which is being celebrated throughout the Jewish world, will be commemorated during the service. Rabbi Max Shapiro will preacn on "Henrietta Szold an appreciation of a true modern Maccabean." Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant the liturgic melodies and will be assisted by Beth David choir under the direction of Canto.I. Kaminsky. Members and officers of the Miami Chapter of Senior lladassah will participate in the services in honor of Miss Szold. • • • The annual Chanuka dinner spongored by Beth David Sisterhood will be held Sunday evening, Pee. 22nd, at t>:30 o'clock at its Talmud Torah Hall and will be featured by the presentation of a Chanuka play in which members of Beth David Sunday school will be presented. Miss Ida Engler is coaching the play, "Pictures Out of the Past," with the following cast: Anna Feldman as the grandma; Jeanctte Kronenfeld as the mother; Frankie Markowitz as David; Elizabeth Rosencranz as Esther; Sunshine Fagan as Helen; and Robeit A prominent visitor to Miami this week is David I.. Drubin, national deputy chief of staff of the Jewish War Veterans, who came to Miami for the purpose of organizing a local post of the organization. The first commander of a Many months were spent in preparation before a camera turned on the First National picture, "G Men," a story of the daring exploits o!" the men of the United States Department of Justice, and which comes to the Tivoli theatre on Sunday. The all star cast is headed by James Cagney and includes Margaret Lindsay, Ann Dvorak, Robert Armstrong, Barton MacLane, Lloyd Nolan, William Harrigan, Russell Hopton and Edward Pawley. Cagney, Hollywood's most famous Bad Man, deserts his past roles to portray the past of .1 •C-Man." His acting is said to be tli,. finest in his career. Holiday." They retained the two young players for their same roles in the film. Both have since risen to stardom under the Warner banner. His current production is "The Irish in Us," which comes to the Seventh Avenue theatre Sunday. DAVID I.. DRUBIN post of Jewish War Veterans in Queens county, New York, with a population of more than two million, Mr. Drubin has made a most remarkable record for the post. Since its organization it has parMax Daum, Harry Streit, B. Kandel, Jean Pallott, M. Scheinber;?, Clara Grief and Max Abbott. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee or by phoning 2-472:$ or 3-3080. Mrs. Max Shapiro will deliver the invocation and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz will be toastmistress. Sunday morning, Dec. 22nd, Beth David Sunday school will be presented in a Chanuka program under the direction of Rabbi Max Shapiro. The children's play will lie given and several of the children will be heard in holiday recitations. The same play will be shown at the dinner during thn evening. Following the Chanuka program the Beth David sisterhood will be hosts to the Sunday school children and will sir freshmentS to the children. Ann Dvorak, who revealed a surprising talent for song-and,!;„„,. in "Sweet Music," the Warner Bros, musical, has a similar part in this film plus an opportunity to show her dramatic talents. James Cagney was born in New York. He worked as office boy and bundle wrapper until he startid his stage career as a chorus boy. While appearing with Joan Blondell in "Fenny Arcade," Warner Urns, bought the screen rights to that play and made it into a picture under the title of "Sinner's A vast amount of research was necessary to depict effectively the six months' training period through which all recruits go before before becoming full-fledged "G Men." BEST WISHES To Our Jewish Friends for a HAPPY CHANUKA WRIGHTS MARKET 836 S. W22nd Ave. Telephone 2-4984 WE DELIVER ticipated in civic movements, relief work, the anti-Nazi boy-! cott and other similar communal events. 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Page Eight THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Frid ay, December 20,1935 MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Here is a bit of interesting data mi the Y affair to be held New Year's eve at the Alamac hotel. ESJM cial emphttig being laid on the fact that the New Year's eve event at the Alamac is for the purpose of bringt O g < I ll %  I" members of the "Y" and affiliated organizations, and not for the general public. The guest of honor for the evening along with the Honorable Louis Snedigar, Mayor of Miami Beach, will be Nick Kenny, editor of the New York Mirror and Hearst newspapers, who will receive the key to the city from the mayor. Nick Kenney is making a special trip to Miami Beach to be with the Y that night, as a personal favor to our Executive Director Boris Schlachman. Nick has promised to bring part of his amateur gang with him. the same gang of entertainers that have made radio hU tory on his amateur broadcasts. His guest star of the evening will lie the inimitable Sammy Walsh, noted stage and screen star who's an old friend of both Nick Kenny and our Boris. Sammy Walsh mad" history a few weeks ago as master of ceremonies at the then Doauville Casino and later at the Embassy chili. Mr. Walsh is at present in New York at the swankv Netherlands Plaza and is coming to the Beach before taking his place as headman in one of Miami's most exclusive night clubs. Dancing will commence simultaneously in the Lounge Room and the Caribbean Grill. There will be two orchestras for dancing with Sammy Taye and his music in the Lounge and Ramon Cansino and his music in the Grill. Entertainment will continue through the evening and dinner will be served at the Balm room at 11:30. At midnight, with all lights out, Boris Schlachman, assisted by the guests, will sing Auld Lange Syne. After dinner more dancing will resume and the show will continue. This affair will mark the end of an active year of the combined VMI1A and YWHA and will be the first of a series of formal and informal affairs through the season which will start things humming for the new Y building in contemplation. The committee in charge are Milton Friedman. chairman of all arrangement-, assisted by Marry Schwartz and Boris Schlachman, Lilyan Falk, Beatrice Silver. Nell l.ehrnian. Syl via Greenfield and Mrs. Al Rosen feld. Due to the !iniit Hetty Markowitz for traveling all the way from (honest I forgot) to attend the junior division meeting. A special meeting of the V. W. II. A. will be held Sunday, December \l\nh, for the purpose of setting a date for the installation 01' recently chosen officers. The clubrooms will get their much needed repairs, beginning today, if tininsurance adjusters keep their promise. day afternoon. About 50 attended and Joined. Dr. Wolfson, well known author and lecturer, was unanimously elected as chairman and explained to the gathering what the aims and I urposes of The Group were. Among those present and who ; ,, ;: deep-seated need for Buch a ,itural center, and who voiced their opinions were Rabbi Jacob II. Kaplan, spiritual lea ler of Tempi,. Israel, .Miami: Mr. John B nature healer; Dr. I. Spectorsky, well known educator of New 1 01 Max Herzfeld and Harry Lipton, both well known attorneys and ational workers: Miss Lucy Ii'cnhan, author of a boon on Rus a; Adolph Geiger and Len Mones, New York educators. A committee on program planning under the chairman-hip of Dr. 1. Spectorsky was named %  draw up program planfor futu%  lee, tings. Mesdames Elsie Maslon, Morris Alpert, Rena Roland, Lucy Brenhan and the Mi --1 -• I. Geiger, I.. Mones Hairy Upton. Max Herzfeld, Mrs. Elias Friedaan I George S. R< iss, Mr. D. E. Adli I. M. Pederman and Sascha Zeitli 1. The following were elected to serve as officers: Chairman of The Group, Dr. Abraham Wolfson; vice chairmen, Mr. Max Herzfeld. Dr. I. Spectorsky; secretary, Mr. Charles II. i.ec; recording -ecu tary, Mi>s Beulah Kashins, and program chairman, Dr. 1. Spec torsky. The next meeting of The Group will be held Saturday afternoon, 3 O'clock sharp. Dec. 21st. fit the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 1051 Collins avenue. Miami Beach. After th< program of the afternoon, to be announced, a SOCiul hour and tea will follow. • Complimenting her brother. A. David Kay vis of Philadelphia, who i> spending a vacation here, Miss Sylvia Rayvis entertained a number of friends Sunday night at her home in Shenandoah. Novel game.' ..,,,1 dancing were enjoyed throughout the evening, followed by a buffet supper. Guests included Miss Adele Segall, Miss Doris Cromer, Mi Natalie Pallot, MisSylvia Miller, Beck Nash. Miss Ida I Bill Pallot, Sidney Segall, E. AlPall >t, Jai k /ion. Moe Schatz William Adolph, Sol Katz, Milton Friedman, Edward Hillelson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Dubbin, Dr. and Mrs. M. I". Travel.-, .Mr. ;nd Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs Murry Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Rai Schatzman, Mr. and Mrs. I.eo Chaikin, Mr. and Mrs. II. Rayvis. The Brith of the infant .-on of Mr. and Mis. Harry lilumin was held yesterday at the Yistoria hospital. A larg. number of friends attended the ceremony and reception which followed. Plans for the reorganization of %  In Creator Miami Zionist District were formulated at dinner last Tuesday at the Palatial Kosher restaurant. Mr. Harry I. Lipton \\a> named chairman of the reorganization committee. Others on this committee are Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Julius Washer, Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, Mr. Isidor Cohen, Mr. I. Levin, and .1. L. Shochet. A mass meeting to which .lews of the entire area are invited, full details of which will be announced shortly, will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah hall on I Sunday evening, Jan. 6, 1986 At this meeting the arrangem^ committee will recommend namw of officers for the coming year an! election will be held. Tonight the rabbis of Greater Miami will di


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Friday, December 20, 1935 Famous Dogs Race at Track Yes MI, f" those days when Israel was struggling against Antiochus. It is the Book of Daniel, which, they say, was written by a pious and patriotic Jew of those days to give (outage to his co-religionists who were struggling against the Syrian monarch. One of the monarchs of the ChaZars, that people of Southern Russia who accepted Judaism during the eighth century, was named Chanukah. FOR PROSPECTIVE BRIDES AND GROOMS: Weddings can take place on Chanukah but not on Purim, although both of them happen to be minor festivals. (Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate.) Henrietta Xznld Given Disti,,. guished Honor Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency) Miss Henrietta Srold, for, ino woman Zionist leader, now on the b'gh seas en route to the United States where .-he will celebrate her 75th birthday, was made a.i honorary citizen of this all-Jewish ''" %  v a; ;i meeting of the municipality. This marks the first time that a woman has bee] given the freedom of the city of Tel Aviv. Preparations for country-wide celebrations on the occasion of Miss Szold's birthday, which will be observed on Dec. 21st, are now in progress in many centers. Jews Throng t„ See Palestine Film New York (WNS) — Nearly 100,000 Jews from the metropolitan area of New York have already seen the Keren Hayes,,,! film of Palestine reconstruction, "The Land of Promise," which is now in its fourth week at the Astor theater on Broadway. """"""""i' man ,„ ">"'"•'"" iiiminiiiiii GREETINGS for A HAPPY CHANUKA CALL IS FOR ESTIMATES CLIFF ELECTRIC COMPANY Inc. Mil Seybold Arcade Phone 2-2346 tfllllllMIIIHIIIIItllHIIIMIIIiiiiiHui Illl n Illl||||||'tl i i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiHimiiiiiiiiiiiiiir: GREETINGS ON CHANUKA CORAL GABLES LOCK AND KEY SHOP *' %  Type Locks and Keys "dialled S2.00 Duplicates 25c PROTECT YOUR HOME 188 Aragon Ave. CORAL GABLES •'hone Evergreen 1213 461 W. 44 st St. Office Phone 5-1515 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAH BAUER & WHITEHEAD IRON WORKS 15 N. E. 17th Terrace Miami. Florida BON TON DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS 637 N. W. Fifth AveWhere Service Excels and Quality Is Paramount—Auto Delivery Phone 2-6715 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAH ELI WITT CIGAR & TOBACCO CO 73 N. W. Eighth St. Won't You HAV-A-TAMPA Cigar PAUL C. BRIDGHAM GENERAL CONTRACTOR 142 N. VV. 15th Ave. Phone 3-2281 A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH HORACE Z. BRUNSON PLUMBING Miami Beach, Fla. Residence Phone Bayview 579-8 A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA DULANEY'S, INC 1401-1407 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Page



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^Jeeemb"*^ 9100 Years Ago &f -_J *-„m Pniro 1(11 (Continu ,.| from Page 10) [hc covenant, let him follow i" was the stirring call he istS Tht n he fled into the mounSu The time for resistance had % '~' from all sides men came £L to him, and he decreed J5?W8 permissible to defend lelf on the Sabbath. TheChassiiiim rallied round him. to'swept into the villages, pulled •ni the heal hen altars, harassed J Ring's troops and returned to ...jr caves. f „ about a year this guerilla jfare continued. But Mattathias njdd and ncaring the end of ,. ; d ays. Calling his sons about "' ne appointed Judas to T)e 5 general, exhorted them to jut on, and died. j.jla, now faced the problem of salem and went up to the Temple. "They saw the sanctuary desolate, and the altar profaned." Kor about three weeks, from the third day of Kislev to the 25th, they worked at the labor of purification. On the 25th, with sacrifice and song, they rededicated the Temple. For eight days the festival continued. Then Judas ordained that, forever after, the eight days beginning with the 25th Of Kislev shall be celebrated as the Festival of Dedication, or Chanukah. That was exactly 2,100 years ago. It was only the first phase of a long and desperate struggle that was concluded by this first celebration of Chanukah. But it was this phase that laid the foundation, both material and spiritual, of all that followed. The joyous festival in Jerusalem was a fitting symbol of it. It was a festival of purification, of rededication and ni THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN -.,: ng the Syrians in the open lj( h R dramatiaed „ nothing II,. could not depend on I, warfare alone to rid the the kinjr'a forces. Appoloof Samaria, came else could have done, the victory of right over might, of the Weak over the strong, of the few over the many, of spirit over brute force. No wonder that in these days of renewed persecution and renewed worship of brute Force, •lews turn to this festival and this anniversary with renewed faith and hope. The second phase Dt the great Utgtinst Judas and was routed. Btrugg i e may ;.,. aill ,„ hllVt end ed with the death of Judas five years later, lie died on the field of Kleasa, when, with B force of only "HI, he faced a Syrian army of 22,000 men. Kor his fortunes had waned and men, having lost :-, root and cavalry, marched n0 pe of ultimate victory against so pitched camp at Emmaus. m |, nty .,,, empire, had deserted J> governor I* with an army to destroy him. Jljla, marched up and attacked \. n ami routed him. It was an Emdible victory. Antioc-hus Ijitil. The Jew [locked to Judas 1 iter numbers than ever. Another merci nary host assembgtjoehas was beside himself. |utronble in outlying districts empire prevented him from Idmdiiuj to these unheard-of Jews hpenon. Vn-ier Gorgiaj a host of 30,000 JW of all taxes and tribute. SiJ5 "-'as, 0 f th Mat ,. abean '"" ,h became "prince and high \ n Y <* %  nation. The Jew, hd wo„ their independence. Their ralth : ""' ft-ir nationhood were "ved for furthei life and achieve. '" • Thus have tyrants come and Kone; thus have the Jewfought and overcome them. (Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) To Consider Redraft of Reform I'latforn li,. Helped Frame Cincinnati (WNS) When Dr. David I'hi!^,,,,,. 8l .nior rabbi of Cincinnati's Rockdalc Avenue Ternpie, attends the meeting of the platform commission of the Central Conference of American R bis a. New York City next week, he will be joining in deliberations on the advisability of drafting a new Reform Judaism platform which he himself helped 1 ago. Dr. Philipson is the sole survivor of the committee f five which drew up the Pittsburgh platform 50 yeai ago. 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j&j/'/JFy; '^t^f^x^'.-ji f^r. ^er 20, 1935 Szold Day to Be Celebrated Se York-(WNS)—"Henrietta L w ]d Day" wi be celebrated Loughout the country on Dec. It the first day of Chanukah, "hich is usually observed as "HaLah Sabbath," it was announced 7*. by Mrs. David de Sola Pool, Ennwof the Henrietta Szold Celebration committee. In honor of V,ss Szold's 75th birthday, which Lincidcs with the first day of ChaLkih there will be pulpit adLe's, a series of Oneg Shabbat athering" from coast to coast and „ international broadcast from Jerusalem which will bring the nice < of l>rChaim Weizmann, ,.|ah IMagnes and a high Lemment official to listeners in L country. As part of the eel* L,tion Hadassah is also publishing a collection oi Miss Szold's Ivritinga and addresses under the Itftorahip of Marvin Lawenthal. Siold, who is head of the ICentral Committee for the SettleI ant of Refugee Children in Palesjane, popularly known as Youth I Aliy'ah. is on her way to this coun. her first visit in six years. — TO* JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN | The Tale of a Roving Jew It's nearly Chanuka and one k,eins to think of the beautiful MtM of giving Chanuka gifts .especially Chanuka gelt ind particularly to the poor and Ktdv. So. though we hear so uch of "NEEDY CASES" we tint to convince ourselves, and n .. Can this he true? Is this Mr. Mr.? So emaciated just a wraith of the once prosperous, healthy merchant whose friendship as so sought for, and who received the respect his deeds so •ell merited. Yes and then comes the %  tor? (Treated with difficulty from his unwilling lips. Illness then the loss of his budMH home gone and about lo be put out on the street ...children ... of course!— four of them, the oldest nine jears old and the youngest just i year old down to their last cent and without food for toj8. This former merchant and %  in of affluence, distinction and •nice wife and four children ... at the mercy of everye What happened the usual tof The Jewish Welfare Bereau learns of the terrible WM this family is in food, belter and medical care is im. Mutely provided. At least tjl tan eat and have a' roof W their head perhaps the '>ily will again be self-susUining. Perhaps ... if you Mr. and s Reader do your share. tt iH it he the proper thing to W P this family with Chanuka n| l by sending it to the Jewish I d 're Bureau in the Congress %  HAPI'Y CHANUKA P. C. JACK *<*ra Kitchen Equipment Valves— GM Now Located at Room 208 2 "6 N.E.I 4th St. Phone 3-1018 Page Seven MISS HENRIETTA SZOI.I) Society MLMargaret Weinstein, daugh. ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Weinstein, a student at the Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, Fla., arrived here to spend the holiday vacation. • • Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will preach on "Henrietta Szold three BCOre years' of service to the Jews," in commemoration of Miss Szold's 75th birthday observance at the late Friday evening services in Beth Jacob congregation which will begin at H o'clock tonight. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services and lead in tho congregational singing. Saturday morning the Rabbi will speak in Yiddish and in the afternoon will conduct the "Ain Yaakov" classe Following the announcement if the work of Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan in organizing a group of Jews and Christiana to bring about good will and fellowship between all deeds, a scurrilous post card was received through the mails by the Rabbi in which .lev-, were villified. The language of the postcard is similar to the language of let( sent to Jewish and non-Jewish leaders in the West recently. The postcard was turned over to federal authorities for investigation. • • • The St. Regis restaurant, 44G Collins Ave., Miami Beach, will open at 5 o'clock this evening for its fourth consecutive season of service to the public. Every effort is being made to give the finest 'of American Jewish food to a discriminating clientele. A meeting of the Young Hebrew Social club will be held next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Marci • Adelman, I 121 X. \V. Firs; street, when plans for the annual New Veal's eve event will be acted on. All members an A HAPPY CHANUKA (J. 0. REED, Inc. |Engineers and Contractors 1345 Twentieth Street MIAMI BEACH Bldg.? Somehow we feel that the Chanuka spirit among the Jewish people has not yet become extinct. Won't you help? SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY CHANUKA To My Jewish Friends CLEMENT L THEED Justice of the Peace 3419 Main Highway COCONUT GROVE BEST WISHES To All Jewry for A HAPPY CHANUKA A. B. SMALL Judge of the Civil Court of Record DADE COUNTY urged to attend. • • • The Beach Cafeteria at 14th St. land Washington Ave., Miami Beach, operated by Wm. Capland, popular Miami Beach restauran: teur, will reopen for the current season. Everything has been completely renovated. It is one of the most modernly equipped restaurants and cafeterias in the district and bakes all of its own cakes, pastries and pies. The policy of "Quality and Service Unsurpassed" la being strictly adhered to. • Opening day at Tropical Park, beautiful racing plant of the Gables Racing Association, last Mondaysaw an enthusiastic crowd of more than 15,000 gather to welcome the Start of the Florida racing season. Patrons of the track last year were pleasingly surprised to see the renovated plant an inviting Spectacle for the racing of thoroughbreds from all parts of the country. Leading stables are represented and the stables are filled to -apaeity. Wednesday was a "long shot" day at the track with exceptionally good prices being paid at the mutuels. The large totalizatoi is functioning with remarkable results and affords the betting fans the opportunity to know the odds on the horses until the very minute of the race. Officials of the track are greatly encouraged by the attendance and betting of the opening days, and predict an unusually successful season for the Tropical Park fall meeting. The track opened two weeks earlier this year than ever before in the racing history of Florida and already the confidence of the officials and owners of the track is being justified. • • Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter, active workers in local Jewish circles will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a dinner dance at the Blackstone hotel, Miami Beach, the evening of Dec. 25th at 7 o'clock. 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., December 20, 1935 Tampa Notes t.moa section, National Counf Jewish Women, held their c,1 u i al monthly meeting recently [he [abb: Tetass sponsored by the coun**1 Wednesday, December 18, ffo^ka. theY. M. HA. -,,; zielonka will continue the £. b the subject being "Our Re"r'„ jjiss Helen Aronovitz rttr v M. H. A. building •**? Adolph Burger spoke on ," t!-ts "self." The !" EJEWI8H FI.ORIDIAN Page Nine STATEWIDE NEWS lipion .„, in! cresting the talk of [ Jling "done by the Junior ,,i Tampa. will sponsor a lec" The counci p Stephen S. Wise of inuary 16th, at the ipal Auditorium. Dr. Wise puest of honor at a Jacksonville News the meetin during which ^> ew members were elected, Isadore SitA large number of interested members attended the regular session of the Senior Hadassah Chapter in the Jewish Center Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Ben Stein in the chair. Tin. meeting was opened with a prayer read by Mrs. J. Hirshberg. In keeping with the Chanukah ,,„, date. This dmholiday, which is celebrated this take place at 6:15 oclock, week, Mrs. Stein lit the eight canSt. Petersburg Notes Congregation B'nai Israel, A. s. Kleinfeld, rabbi, holds services Friday nighl at 8:80. Jerome I Goldberg, who will be confirmed | this Sabbath, will preach th %  sermon on the subject <>f "Courage IWrt^Kn I>~~ L and Paith -" Saturday morning UaytOna BeaCh services begin at nine o'clock. Je\Infnc! '"""' (; l '""' l '' ui!l chant and read llUlLo the service. Holding prominence in the soThe Chanukah festival will be cial spot light this week is the celebrated in the auditorium of the ika program to be given by temple with an elaborate program the children Sunday evening at 8 and playlet by the Sabbath school %  ced in the next H, of the Menorah, which is s ture will be open ,1 public. are rehearsing a symjewish Floridian. bolic of this festival. As she 1 candle B each one to a '' %  '• : First candle, HadasRodoph Sholom nre being coached \ a nal Fund; third, Pennj Tho i takin Luncheon Fui Bernstein, Elea'.. • i Vliriam Kirchik, Hadassah 1 .,. i; Doris Chaib X, urwirth an 1 he meeting Mis. art in the pro B who will i ;ab th Ti p• Gloria Bokor, Arthur Block, o %  hanuka d zer ami Joe Spivak. M. Hammerman won the fountain pen and pencil get which was given by the club as prize in a contest. At tinclose of the meeting di %  licious refreshments were served by the hoste as ted by Miss Vl "'' 1 : Temple Israel, under children! The cast of characters Sylvia Haimovitz and Eugene Hi movitz. upervision of Rev. .Joseph is as follows: Louis Abrams, Wilder. |j a m Abrams, Israel Abrams, HaA -" the first public ap"el Abrams, Philip Benjamin, JenTh members of the Temple : : > very long time of nie Sierkese, Corine Silverman, I and the \> : >uiigacti nd id %  • %  id Fred Silverman, Albert Jui are jcrvi iptii lui W i h i from I | and will conl I %  'IT 24th, Ruth Jurafsky, Harold Gol Iberg, Sonia Holicz r, Mai ilyn Holiczer, ndance Mai ie i lai is, Jane Gol< Lowel v girls. Fyvolent, Phylis Weinstein. Speitlight til '•: i\ 1 %  P er, Da ron Ro i Helfeni ciold stein, character i S. Stanl Mass, %  : hjool chily will give a Broom ick B after kinit The 1 to i th : I .All Mrs. II. '1 I poke on "The ibees" tit serv. December 20. welcome ited at the corner e on -. and is M r A. from a laii table. i Jewish dramatic production, ," was presented by the Players of New York g Men's Hebrew Sunday evening at I o'clock. Mr. A. Steinin-rg, representative t the company, who has been %  T. U • M. L. Ho dressed the Jacksonville Jewish j ns Mrs. J. Bartley. Mrs. L. Wi Center on "The Sanies by Which gon Mrs. S, Bryan, Mrs, V. We l the religio i Ml j Mr H. R services al 3:15 o'clock last Frimake p i ana iri() arrangement: foi il %  %  %  i, I i I Kelson, .1 lUsini : Key West Notes Mr. \\ illiam Mendell was eleet%  d i" %  A. for. %  Kalman 1. vine of i irk and Nai Piei i HI. day night in the Jacksonville -leu, t ,,„ ,,,. ,.,„-,,,,,,,. !" Uccem *' r -•"" %  ** %  ,. .,., on ., i i a two weeks visit in New ish Center, I bird and silver sis. ,,, ,„. gj ven during the school hoiFollowing the services a recep [fay, tion was held in the auditorium \| r ^ Lasarow also rerunhonoring Abe Shefferman and Hj teered to have a party for the benman S. Jacobs, president and vicee fj t ,,f lMl \„| p U nd ill her home, president, respectively, of the Al .j„ ( .| list 0 f a n business, the '' ral days arrangFifth Grand Lodge District of the ,„.. erved tea and delicious y fur the production, stated that International Order of B'nai B'rith, ,.,,,,1^,.^ an d candies, which all presare a non-profit orwho are visiting Jewish communi,, nl en j 0 yed. loimion whose purpose is to dis•""ite Jewish dramatic art %  "Khout the country. ^ Temple Brotherhood of .Marian l.cvey plans to li :v i I lecember 25th by train for York l.v %  were with small, round, n i i! 11 !, the gui -;-. Sma we o also in ii al which fri ndly gan • were played, and prizes awarded. Mr. Kantor, the i k-er pli ai ant ho t, presided at the main table. ties in Florida. They conferred with leaders and p| ang lur a mos t elaborate New members of the local B'nai B'rith year's dinner dance of the Daughwith regard to strengthening the ,,. IS ,,,[ grae ] are forging ahead at i local chapter, and addressed a fuH ]H .,,|, Mrs. Hen Chepenick, I ill entertain at its group of young men who are to ,.) u ,i, m an of the event, reported. ^annual dinner and dance New I organize a chapter of A. Z. A., JunThe spacious mom will be set in Davis Islands ior B'nai B'rith, under the auspices of the center. Mr. and .Mis. So parents of a son born at the Halifax Hospital Monday, December 16th. The Red Cross membership drive, under the able leadership of Mrs. M. E, Berkowitz, chairman, finT ... ished beyond the quota set for Kej fc* Eve at the Club. F.lahorate plans Igmade to make this one of %  t outstanding events given Jtnization. •' r -"T will lie served from 10 1 o'clock and dancing will %  Joyed throughout the evening usic by the University of *' 5a Clubmen. "ers of the committee in "'•'" are M,-. K rnest M aas, jr., %ck, Sam Zinkow, Dr. Dan"wkelson and Mr. Adolph Weil. Ovations for the ball are be^euedby Mr. Maas and Mr. %  atives Wor ,. i nf()rnu (1 of the i Balti Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman announce the birth of a daughter, on Friday, December 13th, in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Newman was formerly Miss Rebecca Diamond. cabaret style, and the guests will be served a delicious nine-course dinner at the beginning of the evening. Balloons, hats and streamers will bo furnished and a gala evening is promised everyone. Assisting Mrs. Chepenick with the dinner dance are Mrs. Ira Stein. Mrs. D. Darris, Mrs. A. ,„„,,,,, Mrs. M. Baker, Mrs. Leo Rosenbloom, student at the University of Florida, is spending his holiday vacation in Chattanooga, Tenn., visiting friends. Florida Schools In Exhibition William Levey, student at the Illinois College of Chiropody and Foot Surgery, Chicago, is expected home for the Christmas vacation. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Levey, The Rothchild Young Judean Lasarow, Mrs. Nat Cohan, Mrs. A. Club held its semi-monthly meetSaf „., Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz, Mrs. ing Thursday evening in the home ,,. D j 0 el, Mrs. I. Witten Mrs II. 0 f Miss Eunice Davis on Laura Bt. Zimmerman, Mrs. T. Merlin, Mrs. Miss Esther Smith presided over ents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman I hretz; two brothers. Abe and Manuel Phret, all of Baltimore, and two sisters, Mrs. Meyer Kessler ^T;i f M f JSCk BalUmore, and Mrs. Meyer Com r8 are h18 P ar -I h en of 3105 Ola ave., Tampa. Although Progressive Club members acted as hostesses during the party Sunday night at Chateau Lido, sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel, Mrs. Louis Ossinsky, Sisterhood president, did a good bit of the work. Assisting her as hostesses were Miss Ruth Epstein, Miss Mollie Stein, Miss Marian Rutberg and Miss Marian Levey. Bridge and beano were played. Prizes for bridge went to Mrs. D. Krokover, Mrs. Louis •r M. Schneider and Mrs. Jack Landau. \< a limited amount of guests aM be accommodated, only 100 couples will be received during the evening Tickets will only be supMrs. Ben Chepenick or the Jewish plied those who have made res-j Center. ei vat ions in advance. All reservations may be made by calling TampaFlorida schools participating in the state fair educational exhibition, February 4th to 15th, will vie for public attention with counter attractions this year, exposition officials have just been advised by educators in charge. Decorations to brighten up the displays with daily programs featuring talented school youngsters. are contemplated to draw throngs through the big educational building, where every form of school work is on display. Educators contend that the general public does not show interest in school work and that attractions are necessary to bring them into the educational building where the work of each school is shown. Goldman, Miss Marian Levey, Harry Pepper, Louis Ossinsky and George Liebman. Priezes for "radio" went to Miss Marian Rutberg, Miss Mollie Stein, Bene Bresnick, Miss Elizabeth Grus, Albert Rutberg, Mrs. Joe Rutberg.



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wJewish Floridian 1% s^s 7/7/7* jr w#sf| ^ MIAMI .!..,, "~~ —--— "^ ^ ^ // jewi sh News Around the World The motto of the present rulers 0 f Germany seems to be, "never let your right hand know what the left is doing," said G. E. Harriman, executive secretary of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League in a short interview a few days ago. "This," said he, "applies to a pjr of related incidents of recent Me which are of unusual interest. In the course of a speech delivered in Berlin on Dec. 6th, during which he painted a black picture of Germany's economic condition, Dr. Ley, head of the German Labor Front made the following statement: "The situation in which our country finds itself is so serious, that there's no need to fool ourselves on the actual state of affairs or to conceal it by means of artificial enthusiasm. The German people must know the truth. They must tell it now, not with feminine sobs, but in the manner of man to man ." "Then, in order to sugar-coat to bitter pill, three days later th German press reported, according to dispatches received in to country, that the United States has this year imported 10 limes as many German Christmas toys as in 1934. A careful check of this statement proves that it was quite evidently intended for local consumption only, as it is so far from the facts as to be ludicrous. The United States Detriment of Commerce figures show that nothing like 10 times u many German toys were im!rted this year. The actual in-: trease in value for the first 10 months was less than 40 per cent. Mien it is considered that Ger-! Mny has made Special indueewnts to importers of hef toys by illowing an unusually large pefntage of blocked fnfks to be Wd for their payments and has lso assisted thelf manufactafara \ heavy subsidies the results chained are discouragingly small torn the German standpoint." "While not noteworthy in itself, u incident seems typical of Gar* n propaganda methods." Mr. wriman also pointed oot that practically all shipments of toys to country intended for Christ" consumption must be received 4 f the end of October for disjribution so that the 10 months ,res each year are almost equal the entire year's figures. New York—(WNS)—Dr. Ellen | p endleton, president of Wellesy college, Wellesley, Mass., ha? ** n appointed national chairman J^ he JM8 Brotherhood Day ob>nce, it wag announced here 'the National Conference of ||i ,and Christians, under whose Pices the observance ** on Pebru w oman to h-ad Brotherhood % '• D r. Pendleton succeeds Dr. J arkt s Cadman and Dr. John F,nl *y as chairman. MIAMI, H.ORI .,;,. 1U j — Lights on Price Five Cents Chanuka By Rabbi Abraham II. Israelitan Do you know the origin of customs associated with the celebration of ChanukahT In this factual outline, Rabbi Israelitan tolls us many things we never knew about the observances of the Feast of Lights. Editor. Mizrachi to | Rabbis Join in Hold Convention Chanuka Meeting New York (Special)—Preparations have been completed for the 25th Silver Jubilee Convention of the Mizrachi Organization of America. Indications point to the I In observance of the 2100th anniversary of Chanuka, which Is being celebrated throughout the country, Miami Jewish congregations will hold a united celebration largest convention in Mizrachi hisi next Tuesday, Dec. 24th, at 8 p. m., The "dreidel." the ceremonial top of Chanukah, has been explained by some in the following manner: The cruel Antiochus of Syria had decreed that no one should study the Torah. Jews, however, were desirous of studying the sacred law, and so they would frequently gather together in groups and study their holy writings. But, in order that the Syrian officer, who might enter their midst, should not suspect them of studying their precious Torah, they carried with them "dreidlach." When they noticed an officer approaching, they immediately took out their "dreidlach" and began spinning them. And it is in memory of this deception of the Syrians by the Jews of Maccabean times that we Jews of today spin our "dreidlach" on Chanukah. The famous Jewish historian of the first century of the Common Era, Josephus Flavius, in speaking of the meaning of the Chanukah Epsilon Pi Fraternity, second oldi ights> doe8 not geem to know ft Jewish Frat To Award Honor Pittsburgh (WNS)—The first national annual award of the Phi tory, to convene in Washington, D. C, on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, January 12, 13 and 13, according to Rer, Louis Novick, chairman of the committee on arrangements. Rabbi Meyer Berlin, regarded as an outstanding world leader of the 2iohist movement, Who will be the convention's gaest of honor, is to arrive in the United States from Europe just a few days prior to its convening. In Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation, Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and Rabbi David 1. Kosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation, constituting the only recognized rabbis of this area, will deliver addresses. Cantor Boris Schlachman, Cantor Nathan Wroobel and Cantor Maurice Mamches will participate in a musical program that will be presented. Every Jew in Greater Miami is urged to attend this annual celebration. cst and largest Jewish college fraternity in the country, to an outstanding Jew for a genuine and lasting contribution to the essential Jewish life in America will be made at the fraternity's annual convention here December 28 to 31. The judges chosen for this year's award are Dr. Solomon B. Freehof of Congregation Rodef Sholom, Pittsburgh; Dr. Isaac M. Rubinow, international secretary of B'nai B'rith, and Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of the Hillel Foundations. well-known Talmudic story of the cruse of oil which burned for eight days. This historian writes: "And from that time to this we celebrate this festival and call it LIGHTS. I suppose the reason was because this liberty beyond our hopes appeared to us." Evidently the story of the little flask of oil must have arisen after the time of Josephus. The story of the miraculous oil is not the ohly explanation in the ancient Rabbinic literature for the I lights and the eight days of This will be one of the first i chanukah. times in the history of Jewish fraternities in this country that attention will hAve been paid to achievements in Jewish life as distinguished from general cultural affairs. Muci interest has been aroused by this action. "Guess Who" Contest Do you want to have your boy or girl interested in current Jewish events? Do you want him or her to learn to know and recognize the pictures of Jewish notables who are making Jewish history every day, and know of them and about them ? Get them interested in The Jewish Floridian "Guess Who" Contest. Each week we shall publish the picture of a Jewish notable. Have your boy or girl identify the pic,„,.„ fill in tho rounon which will be printed and write a letter on "Why This Man Is The contest is limited to will be nary 22 and 23. The ture, fill in the coupon which will be printe Famous." The letter must not be longer than 100 words. boys and girls 17 years and under, who are registered pupils at a Hebrew school, religious school or Sunday school in the state of Florida. AH letters, to be counted, must be in the hands of the "Guess Who" Contest Editor within one week from publication. Each week a prize of a book of Jewish interest will be awarded to the winner, and honorable mention to the next five. At the end of the contest a prize will be awarded to the school having the highest number of winners and honorable mentions. Teachers may aid their pupils in identifying the pictures. The Midrash has the following interesting statement: Why do we kindle lights on Chanukah? Because, when the Hasmoneans conquered the Greeks and entered the defiled and desolate temple, they found there eight iron spears, upon which they kindled lights. The ancient Jewish code, the Mishna, contains the following law: If a camel was laden with flax and passed alerig the public road, and some of the flax penetrated into a shop, was set alight by the lamp of the shopkeeper and burnt the building, the owner of the camel is liable, because he had no right to put so much flax on his beast of burden. If, however, the lamp was outside of the store, then it is the shopkeeper who must pay the damage. Rabbi Judah said: If this lamp outside of the shop, happened to be a Chnnukah lamp, then the shopkeeper is not liable; because it is the custom during Chanukah to put the lamp outside, near the door, and therefore the owner of the camel should have been exceedingly careful as he drove his animal through the streets. In the Middle Ages, it was customary in many synagogues to (Continued on Page 5)



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iBB ggnjJBlH Page Twelve Famous Scholar Begins Work "Palestine is becoming the new hub "f Jewish scholarly life." This declaration is made by Dr. Michael W'ilcnsky. noted Hebrew scholar, Formerly of Berlin, who arrived in Cincinnati this week to catalogue the priceli a collection of manuscripts al the Hebrew Union college library. "America's Jewish scholarly career is still in the process of being formed," he said, but he hastened to add thai with the unlimited culTHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Decem ber 20, This is: Mail this Coupon with the picture and your letter to the "Guess Who" Contest Editor. The Jewish Floridian, P. 0. Box 2973, Miami. Fla. My name is Address City Age Name of school Name of teacher action. Charged with violation the foreign exchange laws Q „J hartz and his daughter were rested at Baden-Baden l, ut „', never been brought to trial Russia and at the University of Berne in Switzerland where he obtained his Ph. D. degree. 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%  Friday, December 20, 1935 & Jewish fieridliam FLORIDA S ONLY 't w IM I WEEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by UM JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 278 \>ws Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES„l s W. 15th Avtnu* JHEJEWISH FLORIDIAN J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation M a „, 1|Pr Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-llgs CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN~ Field Representative E Kn d M ond cIa m.tUr July 4, 1930. at the Post Offiee at k w PI .. ~ under the Act of March 3. 187. nt Mla Florida, ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINPELD Representative WEST PALM BEACH S. SCHUTZER Representative Strictly Confidential Page Three Tidbits From Everywhere By PHINEAS J. BIRON For Your Information The '!' ,ri '. • 16 Jews by the name f Stretcher living in New York <>n the letterhead of the JewLIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By LOUIS PEKARSKY Groomed for Stardom Attractive June Travis is one of -ix young actresses officially designated today by Warner Bros. there is a picture use the congregation's hree trustees are all named Katz Gabriel "eatter, the radio news ;;;:"," "\ brother-in-law vice-president of Isaac Assofsky, general ring the ensuing year there were definite plans for considerable production, not only in London, but in other European cities. News of the Studios Mack Gordon, Paramount son g f tnee eats beshe will be given important lead-'legations thi-nn :„,. ,.,,i „ mg roles and groomed for stardom, writer, has left the Cedars of Lebi ^ V' : V S ,' s U ; 1 K0Clally 1>romU Bm>n Hospital, where his doctor ."'"" da "J? hter f "%  %  >• Grabiner, ordered him to go for ucing aneral mantreatments. The medico hopes to ORLANDO IKEJJE BRAVERMAN Reprc entative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative Sb Month! St'HSCHIITION FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1935 Vol. 8—No. ."il ... Si .no $2.00 Leopold Godowsky and Josef Lheive tribute by the Academy of red roses from her husband, Phil vmne, the pianisl U1 """," U C A ta aml S f iencea Ber "" *eir eighth wedding anastr, ners of no mean a£ S^tTE. '"' V" "'""" *? "' whkh occurred while harles Chaplin. Mum was the she was on location with the troupe The Feast of Lights This year (he celebration of (hanukah, which begins toajght, will be marked by special zest. For the 2">th day of hislev. 5696, stands out as the twenty-first centenary of the rededication of the Temple by the Heroic Maccabeans. the five Hasmonean brothers who led the Jewish rebellion against the spiritual and physical oppression of the Syrian tyrant. Antiochtis Epiphanes. As we. secure in this land of religious and political freedom, light our (hanukah candles in accordance with the ancient rite—one candle on the first eve. two on the next, and >o on for eight days—as we sing the traditonal ('hanukah hymn, we shall remember the daring exploits of Judas Maccabeus, whose courage restored to the Jewish people their Temple, the center of their ancient religious life. In these days when Jews are again being overwhelmed b\ brute force, the inspiring epic of the .Maccabeans should serve as a reminder that Jews have survived all their oppressors. As the story of a mighty triumph of right over might, of the strength of the spirit over brute force, the retelling of the (hanukah story this year will give world Jewrj renewed faith and hope. %  • • The president of the National A ociation for the Advancement >red People is Joel l a Spingarn, a Jew Winnipeg boasts of railed T fi guest of honor. "•II. M Pictures in England Ben Koetz, pioneer motion pic" a Jewish playwright ture executive, has been chosen by olstoy Marry HershNicholas M. Schenck and Louis ii. in Kernville, Calif. ... Joe Penner is vacationing at Palm Springs, California's desert resort .,,-if Lazarus, head of Paramount s editorial board, is also just out of the hospital, where he w< nt tor a field, who holds the record for preMayer to 'take charge of 'tttETXlZX: abroad" *** "*" Metshort rest and physical check-up. —e appointment crystaled one of the most coveted screen given a testimoma dinner of his |, zea plans for European producroles of the year after making : ';'•,;r a nu T y M "r' %  t ion p r ticularly in %  -*-*.* £? „;;;„,; : "::: Cheese Club Max Baer nounced some time ago. Goetz is she has been cast to play ODDO to sail for London in about two site Paul Muni in IrtfnJG. That w, ,ks berg's next MGM production One of the best known figures Sha-sh-a, Bernard NeWl Grossel, former secretary of the Intercollegiate Menorah Society, and now lecture manager for such notables irman and Henrietta Szold No Jewess of modern times more deserves the tributes "fl plaudits being showered upon her than Miss Henrietta Szold, whose 75th birthday will be marked throughout the u rld on December 21st. For nearly sixty years she has labored selflessly, devotedly and without stint in behalf of ber people, both in this country and abroad. Modest and ^assuming, she has reared her own monument in the great ;.,„„ 320 im u|n ,, iU m ,„• ,,, 1S Jewish health system established in Palestine by Hadassah. n m32 0 sim „„ F Roth *Mch she founded. The only woman ever elected to the h]M nf BrookIyBf 144,000 ... A. orld Zionist Executive, she is unquestionably the first lady ( ul)jn (f Chicag0 ,„. 1V H a world Zionism. house wrecker, but he's a swell fint is characteristic of this noble woman that alter two .„„„.,. ,„„ He paid §25,000 for the motion picture industry, (iail Patrick have been going places notable, as Molly Picon, Oswald Goeta ha. been executive vice-prestogether. Their friends say if. a Uarrison Villard, Marvin Low,,,„,,„, of the Consolidated Film Inmutual admiration society of two ha and Louis Adamic, ,a now the dustries, Inc., for the last n years. Zion Myers, associate producfrau of Lionel Reiss, the artist. Previously he was an official of er with RKO-Radio, has left for 'he Erbograph Laboratory, which eastern points on a month's vacawaa merged with Consolidated. tion. From .New York he will go 1'mamial Report While no definite announcement ,„ Kl v U( st a „ (| „ avaIla> The gentleman who won a (2,000 is forthcoming a. to the picture, diamond bracelet for fifty cents in to be made by MGM in the foreign (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts a raffle held during the recent Hafield, officials indicated to us that Feature Syndicate) dassah convention, is considering returning it The bracelet, which was part of the jewels donab d to Hadassah by Irma Lindheim belie settled in Palestine, ht in onlj $400 at the n For the benefit of Jewish community chests, we report the following salaries of some important tment store magnates MIL on Lazarus of Columbus, fl00,; in Louis E, Kirstein of Bos(80,400 Walter N. Rothschild of Brooklyn. $57,500 Fred Lazarus, jr., of Columbus, 2,100 YEARS AGO The Millenial Anniversary of Chanukah By DAVID EMANL'EL .Mr. Emmanuel, a student of Jewish history, retells in this thrilling account the atorj of the treat and heroic Btruggle of (he Feast of Lights. This dramatic episode from Jewish histween the two warring nations, as in the jaws of a vise, was tiny Palestine. There lived the Jews, clinging to their obi spiritual faith in a world of Hellenistic skepticism and paganism. But even tory is particularly timely, for among them the canker had begun its depredations. Many of the Jews were casting off the faith of their fathers, having sipped Of the heady wine of the Greeks, which we are now celebrating the 8100th anniversarv of Chanukas.—The Editor. This year the ('hanukah candles in the end leaves a bitter taste. generations of historic achievements, she is still immersed in (|i galvage r igh tg „, the building, have extraordinary significance. But their defection only increased 'Wgreat task to which she dedicated herself. Despite her f !h( ,,,,Wllll ,| s r air .„ Chicago £ Wshe is now directing the work of transferring thousands ;| ( j ,, K maU .,i a i s f 0P $1,000,f Jewish children from Germany to PalestineToday it is no exaggeration to say that Miss Szold is the greatest living 'ess, a woman who has brought honor to her people and Wry to her sex. A final checkup of the recent Vote for supreme court justice in "•rid Jewish Winter Olympics to Be Held in February This year they illumine a remarkj the zeal of the faithful, able anniversary. Exactly twenty-one centuries have passed since the Jews, through joy and sorrow, have been celebrating this Feast of Lights. Two millenia are a long period, Prof. Levinc of Jewish Theological Queens County, N. r., shows tnat ^ ^ Jewj ^ & „,,„„„•>•. one voter east his ballot for Hitler 1 Seminary Dies I, Fritz Kreisler's failure to say In homes, in synagogues and in In the year 170 B. C. K. (Before the Common Era), Antiochus IV, ruler of Syria, dreaming of world empire, marched his armies into Egypt. The campaign ended in a stalemate, and a peace that was only a truce was sinned. On the way back he learned that the Jewdue to the fact that he owns too New York (WNS)— Dr. Morris much property in Germany D. Levine, professor of Bible and j Propaganda Minister Goebbels is schools, at organization meetings ish Hellenist, Menelaus, who had anything about the .Nazi regime is ^ nh ^ gatherings, this annirecently paid him a handsome sum J' %  '>-•>• (WXS-Palcor Agency)— %  '"-1 winter Maccubiad of l: %  World Sports Organwill take place from Feb18th tainous ice "Tiament. lit ci J[Wi in the events, the arnPo fe8S0r il 1930 and getting a belly I *-rsssss ::rz:\.: £ -. versary will be noted and feted. for the high-priesthood, had been In New York, for I xample, the driven out of Jerusalem. His Jewish Education Association is wrath, embittered by his check in let. bbed hellv laugh from a para'""lities. jirofessor. stoengl, Hitler's press agent -hort-lived empire. Caught becomplete. Again the Jews proved a convenient scapegoat. Giving (Continued on Page 10)


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Page Ten THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN Friday, December 20, 1935 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi RELIGIOUS SERVICES 0 Sen ici Frida> evening a1 >-:i : o'clock. This is the first night of Hanukkah. Tl was '" %  This weok .... g ub-2i no Yea '• >." Hi will a few n. : Szold, who .lay .ill the ;. j year, anding figtic work and the en: will take time to her fine personalit) an 1 for -l< wish life. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL o thdays celebrated this .'. a • Lavigne, Joseph 1 :. and Miss Anita Bernstein, one of the teachers. Bernadine Roth gave the opening prayer, Teddy Plant read the services and Marjorie Richenback gave the closing prayer. Highest collection in intermediate department, class I, and best attendance intermediate department, classes 3 and A. There will be no recitations this week. The morning will be taken up with Hanukkah celebration, a follow -. I. 11 > n n -. Si r\ ic< s by B Kaplan, I Menorah will ed, I. 2,100 yi ars ago, by Rabbi Kaplan, 5. Hymn, Rock of Birthdays will be cele. .;. 1. .,(>• child will .... DistribuI 1 all will be pn I ami given a pri sent, then all uthi r ch I Sistei At tinevening entertainment, which will take | 'clock in Kaplan Hall, win-re the 1 will be prepared for the play, there will be a charge of 25c for adults and 10c for the children. This money will go toward the upport of the Religious school work. The program follow.-: Three-act play. "By the Light of Hanukkah." Characters: Mother, Florence Coret; daughter, Shirley Levy; David, a son, Nathan Arono\ it/.; Benjamin, a Bon, Teddy Plant; lousins, Joyce Pearlman and Prank Davis. Lighting of the Hanukkah candles. Prologue: Bobby Kantor. First candle, Ruth Wolkowsky; second candle. Teddy Hyman; third candfle, Charline Ruskin; fourth candle, Myron Cowan; fifth candle, Stephen Davis; sixth candle, Morgan Levy; seventh candle, Harriett Goldman; eighth candle, Gladys I.evine. Epilogue: Lois Re ner. Piano solo, Marion Freed, "The Rustle of Spring"; som Ros amond Rubin, "Father, Lei Thy Blessing"; dance. Peggy Goldsmith; recitation, Gloria Kirstein; dance, Barbara Meyer; hyn 1 by Mrs. Hyman Levy. GENERAL \v our sincere sympathy to the family of Mr. A. Louis, on the death of the husban I ai I father, who passed away Thurs1 vening, December 12th. There will be a joint cell bratio 1 of all the congregations in Greater Miami in honor of the 2100th year Ol Hanukkah, at the Beth Jacob ynagogue, Miami Beach, Tuesday evening, December 24th, at 8 o'clock, to which everybody is cordially invited. All the rabbis and all the cantors will take part. We bespeak a generous response for the National Farm School, one of the outstanding institutions in the country, founded by Dr. Krauskopf, whose representative is in our city at the present time. An open letter to my friends: Won't you be kind enough to look' over your library and see if you have any of my hooks? Some of them I need very badly, and some of them belong to the Religious school. i 1 Friday night flowers, a most beautiful bouquet, were presented by Mrs. Bobrow, in honor of her birthday. %  gorgeous vases were pre%  he Sisterhood, which are %  (lowers Friday nights and Holiday.-, by Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky. SISTERHOOD o c Dr. Kap0 he given Friday evening, December 27th, at G o'clock a 1 K ., must be in by this Friday. This is an annual affair of the Sisterhood, and always an unusually delightful one. The committee in charge is Mrs. .1. A. Richter, Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine and Mr.-. M. L. Marcus. BEST WISHES for A HAPPY CHANUKA M. L. L. BISCAYNE-COLLINS HOTEL Biseayne St. at Collins Ave. .MIAMI BEACH Now Under Madorsky Management REASONABLE RATES 'I lie Finest Strictly Kosher Cuisine Our Dining Room Open to the Public al All Tin S H () I. E M Besl Wishes for a Happy and PEACEful Chanuka GEO. W. PEACE & CO. Manufacturers of Millwork, Etc. 2(1 N. W. :51th St. Phone 2-2564 2,100 Years Ago (Continued from Page 3) credence to a rumor that they had rejoiced in his defeat, he attacked Jerusalem on a Sabbath, when the use of weapons, even for self-defense, was forbidden. Thousands were butchered or sold into slavery and the city was nearly destroyed. Into AntioctaUB* twisted mind crept the idea that the Jews were responsible for his humiliation. They were different, so he SUSpeCted and hated them, lie determined to destroy their separatism, 0 compel them to adopt the Gre k and the Crick way of life. In the Temple he erected a statu.' f Jupiter and sacrificed .'. swine on the sacred altar. Then folwed decrees forbidding, on pain ol death, circumcision, the ol ance of the Sabbath, or even the -urn of the Torah. The Chassidim, as the zealous loyalists called themselves, fled to the caves in the hills of Judea. The harsh decree.were enforced with great rigor. Martyrs gladly gave their lives to encourage the people to be steadfast. L'lcazer. an old man, respi cted by the people, was commanded to eat unclean food; he refused and was put to death. Hannah and her seven sons were commanded to worship an idol; she refused and exhorted her sons to refuse. They were put to death, one by one. The officers of the king destroyed schools and houses of worship. They followed the Chassidim into the hills and on a Sabbath fell upon them and massacred a thousand of them. Nevertheless the people stood firm. Into every village came the king's soldiers, erected an altar, and forced the people to sacrifice to Zeus. To the town of Modin, in the foothills of Judea, also came a troop of soldiers. There dwelt Mattathias, an old priest, and his five sons. An altar was set un the people assembled, and the of! ficer called upon the priest to of. fieiate. He sternly refused, A Hellenist Jew stepped forward perform the sacrifice. Then Mattathias struck. He killed traitor and in the affray which followed, the king's soldiers fled, leaving their officer among their dead. Thereupon Mattathias p,,. claimed revolt. "Whosoever zealous of the law and maintain. (Continued on Page II) -* 11 EXCITING EVENTS TONITE BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA PACKARD MIAMI MOTORS, INC. Packard Hudson Terraplane x> 17 III N. E. 2nd Avo. And Every Night (Except Saaday) BUS FARE 10c Continuous Bus Service. Venetian Arcade, 1st Bt. entrance, or transfer any Miami Transit Bui. DRIVE OUT N. K. 2ml Ave. or N. W. :iti Ave. direct to 11.• %  truck. In Icr .v; .ion State ltnclnff Commission Post Time 8:15 yum iiiftiiiimiiiiini iniiiiiiiiiiiiiii 11111111111111 miiiimmuiiij 1 ^3^%$! 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. 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Page Two THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, December Plans have been completed for making the annual "Chanuka Latke party" f the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation one of the best events <>!' the current season. Following the traditions, card games will be played. During the evening a buffet supper with "latkes" lithe main Chanuka dish will be served. The affair will begin at the V. M. II. A. club rooms, Hith avenue and S. W. Fifth Street, promptly at 8 p. m.. Sunday evening, Dee. :2:2nd Prizes will be awarded for high scores. During the evening a turkey will lie awarded. A program Of Chanuka entertainment will be pre-ented. Hostesses for the evening will be Mesdames .Nathan Adclman. Jack llirsch. B. Chertkoi'f and .1. I.. Shochet. The public is urged t" attend as tinproceeds will be used solely for the Talmud Torah work of the congregation. % % %  < %  Because of the holidays the regular business meeting of the local Bnai Brith Lodge will be held on Thursday evening, December 26th, at Beth David Talmud Torah hall beginning at 8 p. m. The meeting will b.' featured by the initiation of a elass of new members, The degrees will be given in full form under the direction of Henry S. Nadelweiss. Election of officers will be held. This being the last meeting of the year and following the recent visit of the District Qrand Lodge officers all members are urged to attend, important announcements regarding a civic project will lie made at this meeting. • The regular meeting of Junior lladassah. scheduled to he held .Monday, Dec. 28rd, has been postponed. Members of the executive board will meet for a special session Monday. 1 I.e. 30th, and the next regular meeting will take place Monday. January 6th, at which time planfor the annual Officers' ball will be discussed. An elaborate program and social evening i> being arranged for this open meeting, in co-ordination with the celebration of the birthday anniversary of Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah. Further details will be announced at a later date. In accordance with a custom estao ishcil by Temple Israel Sisterhood, the birthday of Rabbi Dr. .land. II. Kaplan, its spiritual lead ei. will again be observed with a congregational Sabbath dinner at Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel Friday evening, Dec. 20th, at 6 p. m., immediately preceding the regular Friday evening services. Mr. Herbert l". Feibelman. president of the congregation, will preside as toastmaster. Evelyn Raff will be heard in a number of vocal selections, accompanied at the piano T I\/Ot_f Siin.-Moii.-Tue-.. Dec. 22-23-24 James Cagney—Ann Dvorak Robert Armstrong G-MEN 7+>AVENU6 r N W. ? h Av. i 5 V 5 mon.. / 6 s. according to early responses t<> invitations sent to every Florida publication by the by Miss Freda Miller. In charge of officers and directors of the ex. in .. Hur( m ,.„ ls are Mesdames A. J. position. DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN A special reception room for members of the Fourth Estate has Richter, M. L. Marcus. B. La Vine, Rose Miles. A. Wertheimer, Frank Corel. II. I'. Feibelman, M. Kaufbeen reserve,! for the vis s with l man. T. Simon and I. Levin. ArRussell Kay, sectary of the Flor. rangements to attend may be made Ida State Press Association, and %  > %  phoning the Temple, the MarJimmie Malone, publicity director = 1 of the fair, in charge. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring an afternoon bridge on Tuesday, Jan. 14th, at 1 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Morris Cowen with Mesdames Henry Bulbin and Harry Nevins as assisting hostesses. store, Mrs. Rose |Miles and Mrs. A. Wertheimer. One of the most gala events of the current season is expected. Temple Israel Sisterhood isponsoring a reception and dance for local and visiting Jewish college students under the direction of its student activities committee at Kaplan Hall of the Temple on Saturday evening, Dec. 28th., begin. ning at 9:30 o'clock. This is an anilnual event sponsored by the orFORMAL OPENING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th AT 5 P. M. St. Regis Restaurant // SERVING Florida s Finest American Jewish Di /* inner 446 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT At the MORRIS PLAN 46 W. Flaxlrr St. Vinctnt R. Brirt, Mgr. ganisation and will be one of the gala events of the season. Pupils of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be presented in a Chanukah program at the Young Men's Hebrew Association club rooms next Sunday, Dec. 22nd, at :t p. m., when a play. "Hot, from the Apocrypha," and a sketch in Hebrew, "Chanukiah." will V producer!. The program will be under the direction of Rabbi Julius Washer and the Hebrew play in song will be directed by Mr. Joseph Greenberg. The Ladies Auxiliary of the congregation will be hosts to the children and will serve refreshment'! through Mesdames N. Blumberg and J. L. Shochet. • Wednesday evening, Jan. 22nd, tin' Hotel Kvans will be the scene I of B benefit bridge party for the : Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish ; Welfare Bureau with Mesdames L. J. Hart/, and Sol. Rotfort as the hostesses. Beth Jacob Sunday school children will be seen in a gala Chanuka program at the synagogue next Sunday afternoon, Dec. 22nd, beginning at :i o'clock, when a play, "Mrs. Solomon in Jewish Politics," written by Mrs. David I. 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