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The Jewish Floridian ( December 27, 1935 )

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wJeMsti floridlam COMBINING irihi* U^ ... 1% k No. % %  n0 r#7e Jewns/h lUinMty VMI i ^,. i. .. rr~!~ %  — c /> MIAM| -' ^wrr^TrTuTrJewish News Around the World 100th Chanuka Observed Here Dl I I HBER 27 1 ika in • entatives to This clause is unusual signifof the rejection by fcwish lei of the governI Bent's ; %  Confirmi!. arlier reports givI the composition lit the council, the government's declares that no :.. i i but ion of the I, on t he council [rll bo contemplated in the first existence. The will have 28 Miami, under Pali or Agency) %  mmunique issued pri claiming the %  i i gislati' e counell Wauchope, „ Palestine, i •' P WI %  • %  arbiter ri %  "" "' "' %  Jewish MinisI i 1 II will be able it his co enl. es thai if any • nian populaipate in the of the counioner is emI te British | dui "'i Rabbi Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan of Temple Israel, in ( t elling of the 2100th anniversary of hanuka, termed il h making i vent, whose significant changed hi hi i i of the %  Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation ded a stirring; a which %  he compared the Maccabe cruia of oil had traveled down throughout the centm ies an I pointed out the fad that BO long re were .lews who 1M : iii Judaism and its purposes, I" e they Reform, Cons 1 i %  lents and %  the capacity of B given standii Hadassal id ew Year's : P Five Cents i whosi held, %  • He told of the purI the speakers. Cantor Ms Cantor Maths and ( .. il i Boi Chanuka sell vid ( on 1 %  In i I liisbs, 7 Jews, 5 British officials :m repre This Lai ion, the govecment poi out, was based ; in ratio of the the population In the elections :il all Palostinons who have nt iv for two I lie eligible to an citizens will, l to vole for In addition to the high comn his supreme rminationof schedule alhis annual affair are Mrs Simonhoff, general chairman; Mrs. 1 illiamson, president of the local %  hu| ter of Senior Hadassah; Barney Weinkle Goldsteien, co-chairmen of ouvenir journal, who were a • %  by the follow IN VIesdames A. E. RosenStanley C. Myers, A. P. Friedman, ft n Albert Dubbin, Jai Roland Granat, Gertrude Her. lill, Harry I. Lip ton and Henry Ho ns and his na ally known ori I ill pro Jewish Veteran Leaders Explain %  i Morri %  %  ; thai ii was th %  • %  the trail toi a nation-wide bo HIE WORLD'S WINDOW %  ; IIN "\ sin <>; it ions" %  his column I ,; |> v the Seven Vi | le or '"' P •' %  : Anj : %  I pan ild have i faith" came to me q i .. n. it far, out i '" ''"" al nmo ities till Hitler's posure and with his hard assimila*" %  %  •> Nazism shall be elimitory 100 per cent American enamel nted from the German governdefinitely cracked. And he said: "When you com.' back to America and come to my city come straight me sii:, ; me v n ,i i thodox, just so won people live on I Rabbi Rosi nbloom de nly address of the evening in Yiddish and • nl the audience. apiro conthe meeting with an appeal to carry out the principles of the Maccabees in present day life. The the Hatikvo, t ire audii lie -. Refi i 3hmi nts wei B th Jacob < tiou to all I he gui il -. This i first of a i memorating Jewish holiday. lewish agency for happenings which is being pla A hough the high com! A in consultation ncy as heretoissuance of la%  uiiiia! the members of ^legislative ouncil will have the *t to mov< resolutiona in obFnand criti „ of ; ,ny schedPtfimmigr; hi|rh: > ant clause intd '" safi iard the mandate al entanglement! resolution or %  that for Greater Miami by the Bo Jewish Ministers of Greater • who represent the only re rabbis of this area. • n %  Ke in thi be mad''. Zionists Will Reorganize I mi %  I' January 5 I ilmud Torah Hall, begii when noted Ji \ oik and "It is unjust to expect veteran i-' 1 ""! 1 such a. the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wai and the Spanish War Veterans co %  oul the Jew and fight his battle. That is the distinct job of idJewish War Veterans. We in i ompetition with the i groui On the othtne us with OUI I 0 opt rail f fee! ilifr the the Ui ted o lughl. bled %  which our republic and Wei Ji .'. i% %  post %  • :. done the charge ol .. % % %  % %  < be well pnrate nganization %  %  to any such charge. it! joined our organizathat our io join the V. F. \\.. American legion or other. vel to 'ook it for granti d thai this man like many men then and since D had awakened to the true charactei of the fate of our people and to the wrongness and dishonor and futility of the ways that BO many thousands of J< WS had iding for so long. In due time i came to mj friend's city. I ed thai l had many old and dear friend in thai city, so thai i the ver; it came upon me. I turned to gifted an I il guesl I was; "1 mu I and So!" I said. The rabbi Ii down. His face grew ; with Borrow and then r< I I on. "So "•' He's ju million dollars to the Art Musi um for the I un l:: % %  ,: ionist paintings." We said no more. groups to which tin ) may he .1 m c iti, wil delive cementing the relation. of prea nl day life in Palship between these organizations and out jelves." "Guess Who" Contest a i ill may be introthe validity Nations mandate that suggests its tlon or thai shows any dis, %  • %  to a r a neighboring tory „r *" entitled to introduce all fiscal Unj Cllsruler orine any state. foreigen foreign state. '. Do ,o„ want to have your boy or girl interested .n current Jewish events Do you want him or h t. to know and rec. tures of Jewish notoblea who arc making Ji 1 every day, and know ol them and about them v>ll ;„ Floridian "Guess Who" Contest. Each week we Eh the l a Jewish notable. Have your boy or g.rl Which will be printed and write a letter on "Why This Man Is i i Famous." The letter 11 ]T j under, who are identify the picshall pul"' lure fill in the coupon • %  "'" T ,... „ol be longer than 100 w !" y. •-...-•.-i under, who are registered pup, The contest is limited to I*!.. which are to "Med only by the govern• •llc they will have the P"*W"t the government's P and make inquiries regardL foni actlons the council's scope g SS10 will be subject to lim\ "rising out of international p ns of his majesty's govreHgious school or Sunday school in the state of Florida. U] etterSl to 1 anted, must be in the hands of the "Guess Who" Contest Editor vithin one week from poblication. Each week a prize of a book of Jewish interest will be awarded to the winner, and honorable mention to the next five. At thfl end of the contest a prize will be awarded to the school hav.ng the h.ghest number'of winners and honorable mention, aid their pupils in identifying the pictures. Ji ws are dying. Jews are being forced out of life. Jews are being reduced to starvation and hope leSSne -. .lews are beieng humiliated and trodden into the very dust by the mad feet of barbarians. The souls of Jewish children are being wounded and tortured and warped. Every day and every hour and every minute that we draw breath %  lews in Germany and Jews in Poland and Jews in other lands are being nailed upon some croi of agony by the pagans who must 'nave vicarious sacrifices for their IIto nail upon crosses and who have again chosen Israel for that I purpose. And so inevitably Jewish men and women wear themBelvea out gathering money in England and in the British dominions and above all in America to bring help and some healing to our innumerable martyrs. And though ; the sums that are gathered sometimes look large, they are really pitiful when one considers, let us say, the total cost of the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine on Morningside Heights in New York. And the sums are, at all events, in spite of all we can do, tragically inadequate to the desperate need. (Continued on Page 8)



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Decembei 2V. Temple Israel will celebrate the birthday of Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Ka] Ian with a congregational dinnei al Kaplan Hall tonight immediati .. i eding the regular Friday evening services. A musical program will fi ature Evelyn Raff. Mr. 11. r. Feibelman, prominent attorney and president of the Temple, will preside as toastmaster. Congratulatory addresses will be made by prominent members of the congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Max Dreyer entertained recently for Captain A. Brady of the New York police department and Captain Dan Brady Of Camp Dix, N. V. Others present were Mr. and -Mrs. Morton Straus and Mrs. Stanley Washburn. • Baron's, now operating the William I'enn dining room, are well known in this area, having been operating dining rooms in Miami Beach for the past ten years, during which time they established an enviable reputation for good food. The Barons also operate the well known Baron's at South Haven, Mich. • An important meeting of butchers of Miami Beach was held at the home of Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom last Wednesday to formulate plans for the observance of kashrus regulations by Miami Beach butchers. Definite decision as to the regulations will be announced shortly in these columns. Benjamin Axleroad, jr., 1 I, son of Attorney and Mrs. Ben Axleroad, has been awarded a medal for submitting an essay on the life of Simon Bolivar, South American liberator, that was adjudged the best of any prepared at the .Miami Senior High school. The award was made by the Venezuelan viceI : ul. £ (?t SOCIETY 4(9 19351 hood, whose officers were insti at the banquet Cantor BoriJ Schlachman, Maurice Mamche Berele Kelemer were I cal selections during the and Chester Alexander Little entertained. It "Kiddush Hashem," by Sholom Asch. The public .-peaking and imentary law class will meet at 1 p. m. with Mrs. Max Wi fgS, 1671 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. • • M. Cohen Of New York, who lias been a winter visitor in Miami Beach for ten years, is residing at Busch Villa, 1301 Collins ave. • David Krantz has arrived from New York and will spend the winter at 859 Commerce St., Miami Beach. • Mr. and Mrs. J. Tobias with their daughter, Joan, have arrived from Los Angeles, Calif., and are guests of Mr. Tobias's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Tobias, 1715 N. W. Eighth st., also of Los Angeles. • • • Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter observed their 25th wedding anniversary at a reception and dinner at the Blackstonc Hotel on Miami Beach. Mr. Richter has been a resident of Miami for 14 years. Dinner was served for 250. Among the honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Damon Runyon, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lieberman, Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). McN'amara, Mr. and Mrs. W. L Huntley and Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Reeve. Judge and Mrs. Edward Lazansky of the Supreme Court of New York arrived here this week to spend several W ks. of the congregation and junior egation will be held. The public is invited to attend. Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert K. Goldstein of New York City arrived here this week and will Spend some time at the Floridian Hotel. Miami Beach. Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Clein, for the present holiday vacation. Also visiting the Cleins are their son, Ben, a student at the Georgia Military Academy. les and in voj evening and Jimmy was one ofl the largest affairs of the and much More than three hundred guests attended the annual Chanuka dinner of Beth Jacob Congregation, resultJ women: Miami Beach, Sunday night at Sunday evening, December 29th, Kraemer's Kosher Restaurant. The the Junior Congregation of Beth dining room was Mr. and Mrs. Louis Loci) announce the birth of a baby daughter, Barbara Sue, at the Victoria Hospital Thursday. December 19. • Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami David will hold a formal installation dinner, beginning at 6:30 o'clock, to be followed by a dance. Admission to the dinner and dance will be fifty cents, while admission to the dance only will be twentylive cents. Officers to be installed are Robert Miller, president; Saul Selby, vice-president; Dolly Selby, secretary; Harold Stein, treasurer, and Peritz Scheinberg, chaplain. Peritz Scheinberg will be the installing officer and Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the guest speaker. The public is invited to attend. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, well known author and lecturer, delivered the principal address last Saturday at the regular meeting of "The Croup." This organization, recently formed at Miami Beach, has for its purpose the cultural development and expansion of the life of Greater Miami as an added attraction for this area. Men and women prominent in the cultural life of this country are thus afforded an opportunity to meet residents and fellow tourists. Dr. Wolfson had as his subject last Saturday the contribution of Moses Maimonides to the medical knowledge of his day and the present time. Dr. Wolfson stressed the fact that many of the practices seasd praise was given to the] management of the restaurant anj to Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom, chairJ man of the event. An appeal f 0 J members of the Sisterhood ed in a large number of joining. Miss Gretel August of Bosto Mass., is visiting her uncle and heautifuilv' dec"aunt Mr and Mrs Gerson AugnJ of this city, and will remain henj for some time. Mr. Ellard G. Kohn, former edj itor and publisher of the Jewfal Unity, which was absorbed by thj Jewish Floridian, is a visitor Miami. orated with blue and white streamers and candles throughout the room. Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom, chairman of the arrangements committee, introduced the toastmistress, Mrs. Emanuel Krieger. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom delivered the invocation. Among those who delivered addresses during the evening were Mr. Harry I. Lipton, past president of the congregation; Mr. Philip Libcrman, president of the congregation; Mr. Jacob BeckeVe in *' Janu a, y lst ^ o'cloc er, vice-president; Mrs. Harry Z. j '" the l Scott S h R,te Tem P le M Silverman, president of the Sisterbe !" thelr fr,on i ds and the Benen Emunah Chapter, O. E, s., win hold a public installation of newly elected officers Wednesdll public are urged to attend. nd Mrs. Benjamin MarBea h, will hold its Friday evening of Maimonides. court physician to naica, L. L. were [ ees al 8 o'clock. Rabbi Sultan Saladin, though estab view grou m will introduce the in the 12th century, were being on, %  mal Counn VI Mar%  •in ; .: • %  wmammaaBtm jjjj Sun.-V.on.-Tucs.. Dec. 29:10-31 ard m w ill preat h briei tfternoon Rabbi Rosenbloom will i ondui ular Ayin Yaakov cla An important m eting of the local Zion I ict reorganization committee will be held at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant this afternoon. Plai mass meeting thai will be held al Bi th David Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday evening, January 6th, will be dis. ussed, as will proposed nominations for officers. Full details of the meeting will be announced in our next issue. Beth David Congregation will begin its late services tonight at 8 o'clock with Judge Aaron J. Levy of the supreme bench of New York speaking on "Let Us Reason Together." Rabbi Shapiro will introduce the speaker. Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant and lead the congregational singing, as: by Beth David choir. Saturday noming the usual services OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT At the MORRIS PLAN 46 W. I lauli r St. ViaMnt It. Ilrict, Mur. i used at the present I In his lecture the peaker point; d out how Maimonid hygiene, th< sun's ray.-, and ri gulation i n the treat: k. Maimonidi :. % %  one of the greatest Jews of the \ %  %  Group n iry Saturday afternoon at the home of Dr. m, 1051 Collins ave., Miami 11 ach, to which the public is invited and urged to attend. This Saturday the well known educator, Dr. 1. Spectorsky of New York, will speak on "The Life and lit of the Great French Philosopher, August Comte." A musical program Will precede the lecture, which will be followed by an informal social hour. • • Miss Mildred Clein, a student at the University of Illinois, is visitFlorida's Finest A • T'. • 1 Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 4*6 COUlN/ AVE. MIAMI DEACH Jantzen 1936 Swim Suits 4 95 to J95 The smart awaits this Resort world first showing eagerly of next year's Swim Styles, vers ew, : Burdine's tomorrow. See these four beautiful Kava Sportswear, Third Floor



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Friday. Pecember 27, 1935 fj&risti Fiend 1311 FLORIDA'S ONLY .'EWisH WhliKLY Hews Tower Bldg. e s w. 15th Avenue IEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLOKIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2U73 Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: Phone 2-6304 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Strictly Confidential Ndbits Prom Everywhere 1; > I'HINEASJ. BIRON Pa(e Three J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. .SHOCHET, ClrcutaUon Manian CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Political Pol Phono 2.111.3' The New w*%  MondeU "':-; ttiV* Tk&ft B& o rri '"" "'-^ s-s; ORLANDO Il;K v;: BRAVERMAN ative TAMPA MRS. II. II, KISLEK Repn Deal has i | thumbs down on G Illinois %  overnor I. LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By I.OLTS PEKARSKY Did Yon Know Dept. Jck I; nny's recent Increa a in him top-price man %  Roosevell %  %  He gets $7,600 8 "' l ""'" ned Bnd tops Cantor's salarj for bi nor 'hey will nol bad :i by I iOO. Joe Penner ination | 'in their • • Jerome X. Frank one I I w sintscKii'TiON i 0i.> ... si no S2.00 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1933 Vol. 8—No. 52 S ST PETERSBURG WEST PALM BEACH KABBI A. S. KLEINFELD s. SCHUTZER F ntative I;,,,,, will Hi • I I I I 1 may go musical in f Geoi \i serious about his announce n to try his talented Land at Politics Did you noti i that Dr. Francis E. Townsend au of the Townsend plan wean Hitler-like moustache? Out in L iuis a certain William Schneidi r has organized the "Muses Wins i Organization" which has as its At the time when we Jews are celebrating the 21011th motto "every man a Moses" and its anniversary of Chanuka, a battle of the few against the Boal the guiding of America out of many, of the weak against the mighty, not for selfish ag''"' wilderness of economic depres grandizement, but for "freedom of religious worship," the sio Christmas greeting of "Peace on earth, good will to men" 1 came as a particularly fitting greeting. The message was ,,n lh N ;"' From say.Prefi t • stay in Hollywo I m ivies and is Ba i | to be ... for $10 David O. Selznick Picture Aci I emy Award with two productions whicn I I ii MGM this AH inIznick In. ii' .. a an. ikor, who will be asfd with Mi S ••: : i n 1U a i andi,'• award for %  '' %  work durin) yea Sylvia Sydney will > I n after the first of '%  f'fM^M next year to appear in a single Gaumont-British picture on a loan from Walter Wanger Productions %  %  • Hollywood today fares a serious beauty shortage. This alarming statement was made by Mark Sandrich, director of film musicals. Ini s %  is in quantity, not %  • %  > : addi I. Sh articular Mar,a Eggertl Un ei ." brilliant Hungarian-Ji wish ir, wh w al irk on les to a, except opera, introduc id by an ai; than herself, she lias had 140 so:. i,, v ,,,..,, ompo ra i erent any of • a %  i en di t rent langua < C P: ; bj Seven Arts F a ur< Syndicate) %  BBBl "Peace on Earth... Good Will to Men" ANNIVERSARIES OF 1936 A Chronology of Coming Events Air.-, .lames p. Warburg is one of the patronesses for the Olympic hockey and skating trials at .Madison Square Garden on December 30th Proceeds will go to finance the American Olympic team The swastika is holdly disstores on New York's Fifth Avenue Knut Hamsun Norwi carried in our daily papers in every advertisement this week, and shouted so fervently over the radio and in every church. And yet ... at this particular time we in Miami were shocked by the widespread distribution of large yellow sheets, scattered broadcast in homes throughout the city "Opinions of ."><) great men about the Jews" filled throughout by the most contemptible villification of Jews distortions and untruths. "Peace on earth good will to men" what a tribute to him who was called the "Prince of Peace" these so-called Christians offered during Christmas week. "Good will to writer and winner of the men" we wonder just how much good will these veni"'" '" literature in 1920, has omotts. distorted minds can have who carry about in their turned Nazi America's selfdiseased minds these very abominations of everything that ,vl,(l H j t,e r. Healey, is irue Christianity can mean. And we ask our Chambers of Commerce our pub licity agents our hotel men and merchants "What food is all your expenditure of thousands upon thousands of dollars to bring tourists to Greater Miami if you permit these canards to go unnoticed, uncondemned and unpunished?" Perhaps our city officials of all the cities of Greater Anniversaries associated ith great men and events in Jewish history will be plentiful in 1936. In this timely review of the forthcoming celebrations Mr. Jonas presents a Jewish almanac for the Coming >ear. — The Editor. The year of 1936 will he a full one for those interested in Jewish anniversaries. son. In June there will he observances of the tenth anniversary of the death of Meyer London, the first Socialist member Of Congress, Anniversaries will he specially plentiful during July, when we come. to the centennial of the death of Nathan Mayer Rothschild, founder of the London branch of the famous banking dynasty; the 80th birthday of Daniel Guggenheim, played by one of the leading toy tm birth or death of prominent Anniversaries commemorating noted philanthropist; the 60th birth. day of Prof. Nathan Isaacs of Harvard, the 70th birthday of Judge Julian W. Mack, the (iOth birthday Miami can inform the distributors of these vicious circulars Germany they took with them thouSabbath of Illinois, dean that much of the prosperity of this entire area, much of the '""'• "' l '" L "" ,s "' butter %  %  %  But hoU8e '"' representatives; the 60tn development of our magic cities is due to people of the Jewter ia alm08 unobtainable in Nazibirthday of Judge Jonah J Goldish faith. Real, true and honest Christians, those who believe in the tenets of Christianity, will deplore the action of those *ho caused these circulars to be distributed. But simple "Wet aione is not sufficient. The duty devolves not upon the Jews to put an end to these un.Christian practices, hut persons in every field of human endeavoi are always the most nuim lolls on any year's calendar of of Dr. A. S. W. Kosenhaeh. the anniversaries. The list of Jews to number one bibliophile of (he be honored by anniversary fetes world, and the .'.nth birthday of during 1936 is not only long but | Mrs. Estelle M. Stemberger, direca ritzy New York hotel under the unusually rich in colorful and dratoi of World Peaceways. The 80th name of McGillicudy while waiting m atic personalities. The year opens birthday of the great Zionist phihat he habeen appointed with the observance of the 60th losopher, Achad Ha'am, will In? an assistant to Premier Goering of birthday of B. C. Vladeck, general commemorated in August NoGermany When the Nazi fans manager of the Jewish Daily For-lvember brings the centennial of the attending the Anglo-German soccer ward. In April there is the 70th | birth of Cesare Lombroso, father I" birthday of Representative A. J. of modern criminology; the 80tk the birthday of Justice Louis D. Brandeis; the TUth birthday of Dr. Abraham Flexner, head of the Institute for Advanced Learning at Princeton, and the 60th birthday of land. stein, the 60th birthday of Dr. Bernard Kahn. European director of Backstage the Joint Distribution Committee; ILouis Lipsky The year comes to Francis Lederer, Hollywood matthe 36th anniversary of the death an end with the 80th birthday of inc.. idol, is determined to become 0 f Baron Maurice de Ilirsch, foundl,ouis Marshall and the 80th birthi; inland's worst dressed actor ,r of the ICA; the 80th birthday of day of Dr. David Wolfssohn, >'.****•" v u *" i"*"* u..-v ............ K ...v*.^ %  .— ,' Hehasn't bought a new suit in Dr. Edwin R. A. Seligman, worldHerat's successor as president of %  pen the ( hnstians themselves. It is up to self-respecting hni| V( ,. 1 s never Ul ..„ s ]lv klk s iiillloai t cononi j 3t; the 8 oth birththe World Zionist Organization ^nnstian clergy and laity alike to put an end to these prat, iml carried a f ountau ,„.„ in his day of Henry Morgenthau, sr„ for%  • • tO practice and not merely to preach "Peace on )n|| |1(lc k( ( A j olsoI1 naa mad# „,,, ambassador to Turkey, and the Great namea in l1 "' history of good will to men." more mo ney out of his talents than Moth anniversary of Isaac Adolon dr ama, music, literature and reliany other actor in the country CremieUX, noted French statesman '""' ;lls '''" '*'** place on the His total earnings are estimated at and founder of the Alliance Israelro8ter of Jewish anniversaries for $16,000,000 Irving Berlin is ite Universelle. May brings us to ll,;!,i ; In January there is the conearth Jewish War Veterans me company's best custhe tenth anniversary of the death J 1 1 '* 1 of the birth of Mendele •"opposing the Jewish War Veterans and in advising the old Temple Emanu-EI, has gone Feature Syndicate) Aleichem comes in May. Junemarks the 75th birthday of Rabbi Bernard Drachman. In August there will be observed the tenth year of Israel Zangwill's death, the 25th anniversary of the death of (Continued on Page 5)



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Page Four THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN Friday, December 27, 1935 MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Society meeting .Monday evening, December .30th, to be followed by a meeting of the entire membership on Monday, January 6th, when plans for the annual officers' ball will bo discuss) .1. Ladies' Auxiliary of the Although thenhave been many occasions in the life of our organization which called for rejoicing, few if any arc comparable to ibis celebration 01' the X' w Year, I' is with mingled feelings of joy, .nil pride we wish you ami yours a most happy an.I prosperous -V w Yea V. M. II. A. during the past year has taken progressive strides towai e ei tion of the g needed Jewish Community Center ling. With the inception of the recently formed Y. \V. II. A., the Junior Division and a Boy Seoul troop, the "V" i.s now repretive of tinentire .bwish community and as an integral unit will pave the way towards greater !. moniuttion in Jewish life. Carefully planning the future on lines of growth and progress, anticipating the needs of the Jewish people, we believe that a community center is an essentially idealist:, movement which aims to influence Jewish life through a broad program of educational, spir itual, health, recreational and cultural activities. We feel that a center will meet the challenge Of the new life which will open before us anil that it will further endear itself to the community by giving proof of its ability and willingness to serve its people in their strivings for happiness end a full life. Our dream of last year will beCOme a reality by your support of the "V" and its activities throuRhOUt the New Year. Fifteen thousand turf fans attended the exciting Christmas day races Wednesday afternoon at beautiful Tropical Bark and saw Wayne Wright drive Golden Rock The Ii to victory in the Christmas Day j Jewish Welfare Bureau is completHandicap. This victory added ,„„ %  plans for the afternoon bridge $1,100 to his Winnings for the year. „,. Tuesday, January 14th, at 1 The racing at this (rack, now in I p „,., „t the home of Mrs. Morris its third week, has attracted turf Cowen, when she and Mesdames fans from all parts of the country Henry Bulbin and Harry Nevins by the excellence of the dally cards w j|| | )c the hostesses. presented. Numerous upsets have More than one hundred guests attended the annual Chanuka card I arty sponsored by the La lies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Oroccurred and the mutuel players at the American totalisator have been paid heavy oddon the long shots who have surprised the tal'^ilnni, area have -n^ation last Sunday marked at the surprising and plea I • ^ M '. A. A 1 ve ing changes that have been made turkey was awarded during the by the track management for the evening with individual prizes for enience nnd comfort o£ lhe high scores being given at each I table. A plate luncheon was served during the .veiling. Hostesses for The student activities committee the evening were Mesdames B. 0 I Tempi l rael Sisterhood is Chertkoff, N. Adelman, J. Hirsch sponsoring a dance and reception'and J. L. Shochet \ musical playhonoring the college set at 9:80 operate a modern dining room at this address. Though promised a permit b y city officials of Miami Beach, this was later denied them. The lessor, Mr. K. D. Keefer, joined the Powells in court proceedings through their attorney, Abe Arono-.it/. and II. K. Gibson, :i nd won the decision when Judge Atkinson held that a refusal of a permit to conduct this dining room at the above address was "unreasonable and arbitrary." .Mrs. Powell is well known as the operator of the .lining room at the Ansonia Hotel, and the Happiness Shop, both of -New York, and will now operate a first class dining, room at 10.'{5 Collins ave. where she will be happy to greet her many friends. .'Mill 5 r Looking over the highlights of the past year we find a number of notable accomplishments: First, the selection of Boris Schlachman as executive director; the success of the fourth annual dance; that Unforgettable debate, "Is Death Preferable to Marriage?" held before a packed bouse; the "Y" sponsoring and donating a good check ol |60 to the Jewish Welfare Board dance committee; that most enjoyable Halloween party sponsored by the Y. W. 11. A.; the inauguration of a weekly "Y" column in the Jewish I'loridian through the courtesy of .1. Louis Shoi I :, it editor; the basketball team's winning the Miami and Miami Beach league champion-hip; an increase of over 200 new members of affiliated groups of the "Y"; Miami Beach Jewish social set offering all profits of their Thursday night dances, held at the Miami Beach Country Club to the building fund of the "Y"; the Y. W.'s donation of $50 to the building fund; the unexpected success of the diamond ball team. p. in. Saturday at Kaplan Hall. Invitations include the Students remaining at the University of Miami and those returning from other colleges for the holidays. In charge of the arrangements are Mrs. Hannah Spiro Asher, music; Mrs. Isaac Levin, reception; Mrs. Gordon Davis, decorations; Mrs. M. I'laiit, refreshments; Mrs. L. ZeientZ, favors, and Mrs. Maxwell Ilyinan, program. I'atrons and patronesses are Mr. ami Mrs. Sidney Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. II. U. Feibelman, Mr. and Ali 1, .1. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Day .1. Apte. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Morns, Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Schoenberg, Mr. and Mrs. II. Geist, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stein, Judge and Mrs. lien Marvin of Jamaica, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. II. Wall and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Keissel, and Mr. and Mrs. B. Slote, Honor guests will be Dr. and i Mrs. .1. II. Kaplan, Dr. B. Ashe j and Miss Mary Mcrritt of the Uni-; ver-ity of Miami. The affair is open to all BtudentS and is not lim. ited to thoseof Temple Israel. An orchestra will provide music for dancing. Refreshments will be served and favors will be distributed, no cards being issued. As we go to press the final meeting of the year for the local B'nai B'rith lodge is being held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. A large (lass of new members is being installed and officers recently nominated are due to be elected. • Members of the executive board of Junior Iladassah will hold their let by the children of the Sunday school was presented under the directicn of Mr. Joseph Grccnbcig. &f • Following weeks of battle, Judge Atkinson this week granted an injunction by w.'iich the Powells at 1035 Collins ave., Miami Beach, will be permitted to complete and IROQl'OIS APARTMENTS 946 S. W. Fourth St. Welcoming Jewish guests, offers bedroom and efficiency apartments by month or year at low rates. Phone 2-11031—2-872'J. For Food of ((uality and Taste KRAEMER'S STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM 361 Collins Ave. (At tth St.) MIAMI BEACH Under the Supervision of Yaad Hakashruth of Miami Beach BANQUET DINNER $1.00 Same management as Kraemer's Strictly Kosher Hotel and Mineral Baths at Mt. Clemens, Mich. 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imm?^ I1, -.-: •'.-: Hi; ImAG's* I I %  Ji Friday. Dece mber 27, 1935 Jacksonville News The Jacksonville Jewish Center -grated Hanukkah, the Feast ^Lights, with a special service at U o'clock Friday night. Rabbi Morris D. Margolis delivd sermon on "The Victory of Cantors Benjamin and Savel Silverman ,,,,: I SH PI.ORIDIAN Page Five STATEWIDE NEWS the Sp Silverman ten !u,sl "" % %  .of this new o aturda, morn.ng had, Announcement rjntor Benjamin .Silverman offitiatinp. The junior congregation kJdieparate Bervices in the pray„ room under the direction of .,... i:,, e Soloff. paring the week of Hanukkah 1 tor was the scene of nuentertainment, and festtyP arty w '" ^ held at l o'clock *outstanding "btr 80th. at .he n.„. ffi --•> was made that the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society will give a theatre benefit for a family in need. Por the committee in charge of the children's party M,s & Rosenvaig reported that a t Among 1 Hanukkah concert <>t L Tampa Notes Dared v try at its best will tig. "I State Fair ,„„* rams F bruarj s. when a*s foremost expoDaytona Beach Notes Temple Israel, in their first game 1 %  season Monday night, DeOiiando Notes Mrs. A. 11. Spivack of New York is visiting her parents. .Mr. and Mrs. 1. \. Burman. Misses Ruth Esther Rosen, Elaine Klepper, Irene and Maxine Bravi rman, students at the Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee, arrived home this week to Spend the Christmas holidays with their parents. The regular monthly meeting of on the outstanding I.T """ %  ">'' %  '"""• the Florida All the children on the T. SI j.,,1 music and Yiddish folk v !" register ol the Home for the just announced here • • • -i Aged will be entertained. ,„ ,. > e.\ n>"wnvil -WOllliaV night lie.1 r. — will member 23rd, vanquished their on % %  • %  Ohev Sholem will '""'"'n,s con reckless !""""t.s, the V M c \ ,.,.., .,, "' neId '" thc V1 st, V roon >s ol the stunt men a to L2. at the Y. Phytag for'the SSTf? SundBy Member -ying for the anager, has lemple were Ri v. Joseph Schenker, Willie Nelson, Joe iVoU !" T „„' 29th, at B p. m. Officers for 1936 will be elected at this meeting. I, party was given ui.uer uie ui-1 • -• -"-"••-' %  "•,"'"'" •' new machine completely oi the Ladies' Aid Society.; ••, l u '""' • J* Wotfson, Mrs. overal high ,peed, crashing mo or* "•TalismanandMrs J. Hartley. cycle, and M throu Mrs. I Soforenko announced Plank board walls and many other that the board meeting for Jansimilar featare included uary will be held in the home of Mrs. B. Becker in Springfield. -Mis. S. Lasarow and Mrs. M. ],. rection iy Tada sail Sabbath is being observed in the Center Synagogue. An elaborate program will be presented on Sunday, December Ifth, by the children of the Center Religious school, featuring a mu;,v. "The Dreambook." repertoire of the daredevils. on the Seven In observance of Chanuka, Senior Hadassah caused bags to be uted to the children of the Sunday school classes of the Temple and the Jewish Center and the children were asked to bring contributions of Chanukah Gelt as their offering to the penny lunchI ton fund. The collections will be taken up Sunday and it is hoped mothers ltd children will remember lo bring the bags with the Chanukah kit. Mrs. L. S. Joel and Mrs. Lazar Dipper, co-chairmen of this fund, I ire assisted in carrying on this icrk by Mr.-. Sam Bergman. Miss |Ethel Joel, Mrs. I. I.. Kaplan, Mrs. Lson Springer, Mrs. Max Moss, Mrs. David Safer, Mrs. Bennie Baker, Mrs. M. Sablow, Mrs. M. Kaa. pniU, Mr-. L Rosenson, Mrs. C. Ginsberg and Mrs. Sam Bucholtz. monster Diesel engii.es Hotline will be hostesses at the regand g, nerators, capable of supply, alar meeting of the organization in ing a city of 100,000 population Jamjary ; with ample electrical current, will Mrs. S. Soforenko will be hostess bo used by the Royal American lor a card party the latter part of Shows to illuminate the magnifiJanuary and will be assisted by cent midway attractions that have Mrs. O. Margol, co-chairman; Mrs. bei n engaged for the Florida State S. Fletcher, Mrs. S. Gance, Mrs. R. Fair in 1986, Carl J. Sedlmayr, Krantz and Mrs. J. Sentler. manager, has just advised exposilion officials her.'. The plant is The 1986 cabaret of the Temple being installed at a cost of $80,000. Sisterhood, which is the high point I of the social season for the organipie Sisterhood, in greeting and enzation, was enjoyed last week in tertaining guests; Mrs. Lawrence the Windsor Hotel by the largest M. Lippman, chairman of refreshand most brilliant assemblage ever ments, with Miss Beatrice Peiser, l:, Safer of Orlando offkiat" : %  '< the Brith Mils for the new son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Trager at the Halifax District Hospital Monday afternoon. He was assisted ill the ceremonies by Rev. Joseph nker. Plans are under way for a New Year's Eve dinner and dance, which will be held at the Orange Court Hotel. attending one of these events. The floor show was directed by Elliot Butts and was given through the courtesy of Mrs. Clara Hinson and Mrs. O. D. Foster of the Riverside School of Art. Mrs. S. S. Goffin, general chairman, was assisted by Mrs. I,. I'. Lippman, the president of the Tern, ing of punch. and Miss Kay Halle, chairman of reservations. Dispensing ••smokes" during the evening were Mis. Joseph Glickstcin. Mrs. I.ouis Joel and .Miss Peggy Frank. Mrs. Sam Seligman assisted Mrs. Lawrence M. Lippman in the servL al and visiting lodge mem. '" of B'nai B'rith attended the smoker and social at Chateau Lido niursday night, December 26th, when discussion for reorganizing the local lodge, Judah P. Benjamin, No. 1069, came up. Mr. Louis Ossinsky was in charge. Another meeting is planned for January • th at the Temple. Sisterhood of Temple Israel has scheduled its next card party for January 8th at the Temple. Please reserve that date for the party. The Chanuka entertainment given by students of Temple Israel Sunday night proved a tremendous success. Martin Segal, Morton Levy, Joe VVittenstein, Abe Kaminoff, Joel Baker, students at the University Of Florida, returned to theil respective homes to spen.! their Christmas vacation with their ents. ir parML-> Hannah Biseow arrived [horn the Fiorina State College for I Women to spend the holidays with I to parents. She has as her guests I Hiss Gerald i ne Rosenberg of TamIpa. Miss Gladys Abenson and Miss Connie LIT of Miami. The Center Institute of Jewish •adies holds regular sessions at Center school building, Silver ^ Third sts. The course in Jew%  history will be continued under '* guidance of Rabbi M. D. Marias. Margolis will also conon "Jewish Cusmies," which will fallowed by a period of quesa open to persons JW of age and over. Anniversaries of 1936 (Continued from Page 3) and the 1300th anniversary of the capture of Jerusalem by the Moslems. There will also be celebrations of the 90th anniversary of Miss Elisabeth Grus entertained with a cocktail party Sunday afternoon in honor of her sister, BeaA luncheon in honor of the visiting officers of District Grand Lodge Xo. 5, B'nai B'rith, Messrs. A. Shefferman, president, and Hynan S. Jacobs, vice-president, was held at the Duck Inn during their short stay in Orlando. Judge Hy Roth presided as toastmaster. B. J. Cohen introduced the guests, Who delivered short but inspiring talks on the scope of B'nai B'rith activities. Approximately thirty members attended the luncheon. Mrs. Lou Jacob entertained at an informal dinner and dance at her home on West Gore ave., honoring Miss Ruth Wolly and her fiance, Mr. Philip Friedman, of New Brunswick, N. J. Mrs. B. Schneider of Baltimore, Mo., is spending the winter with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Josef Israels, the painter, and the 70th birthday of Dr. David Ncumark, late professor of the Hebrew Minna Agress, Marian Rutbcrg, the organization of the tinted Or-' c\..,.., <.,,-.,. pi___. n r. < lara oarer, Florence Pepper, Beatrice Grus, Elisabeth Grus, Ruth trice, who is home from F. S.C. W. I** ^ MaX Blattn er. for the holidays. .Mrs. Ben (ireenberg is recupcrMaking up a party Sunday night ating from her recent illness and at the Chateau Lido were Misses her many friends wish her a Goddei of True Sisters, the oldest existing Jewish women's group in America; the Huth anniversary of the founding of lla-Maggid, the in and William Levey, Irving speed recovery. The regular semi-monthly meetLn.on College. Dr. Moses Caster, ^^ Hebrew wee kly periodical, the chief Sephardic rabbi of the Brit.-„,, ann j ver8arv o( ,„,. orga nizaish Empire, marks his 80th birth(|(in „, ||( Jcwish Njll .on : Fund day in September, and in October ind Of the BIAS; the 30th anni"* Ladies' W Soci Hebrew Sheltering W held ul > and Home for the its regular monthly %  %  '%  A comes the 26th anniversary of the naU) ot ,| a opening of the fadeath of Joseph Pulitser. The year moua Hebrew H,,, -|, school in Jafwinds up with the 26th anniversary fa ,, ;;il||l .,,,,.. t he of the death of Rose Eytinge, noted ,.;,,. Bezalel Arl -.hoot actress, and the 80th birthday o ,. |> a l t st ine; the 20th anniversary Naphtali Her/, [mber, author unding of the "Hatikvah." phj in i mmitti e and Some interesting anniversari Academy of Arts and associated with Judaism as a reliSciei and : u niversary gious force also come in 1936, notof the American Jewish Committee. ably the 40th anniversary of the January will mark 1) anfou'nding of the Isaac Elchanan niversary of the appointment of Yeshiva, now known as Yeshiva Louis D. Brandeis as the first JewSacks, Bert Kline, Albeit Rutberg, in of 'lando Lodge No. 1043 will Leonard Dobrow and Mendel La/.-' i '"' lu l *0I n>unity Council, gave a i anniversary of the admission o the objects and workings I the Spanish Marannos to Holland of the publication of Theodore II, :/.!'.i Na Farm school, Ameronly Jewish agricultural ,1. will observe its 40th birthday in April, The tenth anniverof the slaying of the notorious ,,r chief, Semion Petlura, by Sholom Schwartsbard, comes in May. In August it will be ten yean since the Soviet Union announce,! its plan for establishing Miss Midiie Stein is planning to leave Sunday. December 29th, for a visit iii New York City. Mr. Ben Salomon is confined to his home on account of Illness and the entire community wishes him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hoffman of NewYork City are local visitors. a Jewish autonomous territory at Biro Bidjan. (Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Friday night services will be held in the synagogue at 8 o'clock. Rev. B. Safer will deliver a sermon on Chanukah. Mr. Sam Zegorian will conduit responsive readings. Winter visitors arc welcome and a large attendance is expected. % 



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Page six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, Decem ber 27, ({n RELIGIOUS SI RVICES 0 The Sal pi< vious y will tcrhood in hono ol Dr. 1 • 6:3 i all. Toa ter will be Mr. Herbert U. I Irs. B. 1 lent "' i be held in Dr. Kaplan will deliver I o| the Union Prayer Book. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 11 i ning prayo was given by Al vin Glucksman and closing prayer by Irma Bernstein. Highest collection, Intermediate department, class l. and beat attendance, Intermediate department, class %  A delightful Hanukkah entertainment ... .ivni the children on Sunday morning. The large Menorah was decorated with presents for each child. Several children lit the Hanukkah menorah with appropriate verses. The rabbi read the services and spoke on the significance of this Hanukkah— 2,100 years since it; establishment as a festival. In the evening a delightful play was presented, under the management Of Mrs. Frank A. Perlman. Some of the children recited and B< me danced. Altogether it was a very sociable evening. The play was considered one of the best ever presented in Temple Israel. Request was made that it be repeated fi r the benefit of those children who were unable to attend, and tot the benefit Of the parent, who might wish to see a really fine presentation of a Hanukkah play. BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN Rabbi •; his will take pla Sunday mornii ... December 29th, at 11 o'clock. E> erybody is i ordiallj welc ime. GENERAL Dr. Sti phen S. Wise, one of the tiding en in 1 he country, Will lecture at Temple Israel .... January ioi.ii. Tickets may be had at the temple of the places where ; osters will be iyed. Thi a < % %  is $1 per pi rson. I Init d State n arj ol iry Henry Morgenthau, jr., announces, through the rabbi of your congregation, that they are now issuing I S. saving bonds in denominations of $25, $50, $100, $500 and $1,000. Full information may be had from the postmaster in our city. Dr. Kaplan is conducting a class in "What We Jews Believe" on Saturday morning from U to 11 o'clock, to which members and all interested are cordially welcome. Adults are also welcome to attend two other classes the rabbi gives, one on Saturday morning from 11 to 12 on "Ideals of the Prayer Book," and one on Sunday morning from 10 to 11:46 on "Modem Jewish Problems." SISTERHOOD The student activities committee of the si.-terhood is sponsoring a dance for the university students who are Spending their vacation in Miami. This is an invitation for all to attend. This Saturdaj evening, December isth, at o'clock. N. E. FIRST STREET AT MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 8-2121 THE MARK STORE ONE OF FLORIDA'S FINE DEPARTMENT STORES The MARK Store and its Employees wish the residents and visitors of Greater Miami a very Happy New Year. BF.ST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CIIANUKA SEA HOARD SMOKE SHOP and LIQUOR STORE 724 N. W. 22nd St.—Opposite Seaboard Station Miami's largest and most complete line of imported and domestic wines and liquors. All advertised prices met. Give us a trial and be convinced. First class bar in connection. Phone 2-99."> Tv, f the most powerful and beau i love stori i ever filmed at he New Vea 's Eve midTivoli Theatr. I Goh wyn's produc. -The Dark Ai I," tarring iberon and .. fou i ngagement. Tie sto y, wl in %  nan, I ., ( i I : Wl porting cast are Janet Beecher, John Halliday, Henrietta Crosman a nd Frieda Inescort. Samuel Coldwyn's long-awaited i;., |, ;i iv Coast" comes to the Tiv„li Theatre, starting Sunday night, with Miriam Hopkins, Edward G. Robinson and Joel McCrea in its leading roles. Miriam Hopkins is more fascinating, more beautiful and more than ever before at Swan, ver the cro3ked i -u; n the i: torious Bella na Ca run by Louis Chamaa man as ruthless as he is inson has his finest racterization as this "Public Enemy No. l" of the Barbary : jo I McCrea is splenJim Carmichael, a fine, tic young miner, who enters life and transforms her by love. Alan Trent (Fredric March I and Gerald Shannon (Herbert Marshall). Since childhood, Kitty has adored Alan, and Gerald has adored Kitty. The war takes both men and in the trenches there cometo Alan the realization of his love for Kitty. Home on leave, he tells her of his love, hut their plans to many are shattered by a sudden call cancelling all leaves. Prominent in the imposing supf he Roving Jew Tells a Tale And at the close of 1985 we come a rather interesting human problem that is nearly solved. "Yes, I'm sixty-five years old." tells me this rather energetic looking gentleman, "and I've been though plenty during the past year. I came to Miami about six years ago, bought myself a taxi lo tarn a living and take care of my wile, who is about my age. Things went along nicely ... I didn't make fortunes, but earned enough to take care of our needs in our humble way. Then about seven months ago began my troubles ... I started to suffer from varicose veins ... I was sick and too ill to work any longer. Things began to go to pieces and, to top it nil, my wife became sick, too. Every cent I had was Kon aft r several months | M „ 0 tives and no one to turn to. [ fo came rather despondent so how this plight of mine raa called to the attention of the Jewish \\ | fare Bureau .they provided,, with medical attention ,L gave us medical supplies, bandage! etc., took care of my jf f gave us food and paid for our rent |. had my teeth repaired and provided me with glasses. x ow I can again slowly come to mysdl and take care of my i f ,._ .^ Jewish Welfare Bu provide] me with a license for m) tar and now I am again earning a liviifj What could I have done without the aid of the Jewish Welfare Bureau] Heaven only knows. 1 |i a ( e think of it. "And let me tell j mi thil the old gentleman concluded i:h| a look of determination in hit "I am only praying for the timi when I can do my little hit ti !>ring home the necessit) of Mid institutions as the Jewish Welfar Bureau and t contribute my ahar towards it." 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December 27. Society ll,E JEWISH H <:,;,!;, AN Mr. "i" 1 Mrs. Philip Berkowitz ufcroted their twenty-fourth wedI anniversary with a dinner al .! Kosher Restaurant J Mondaj night. During the .Ming several of the guests ",„,! congratulated the hosts ftheir anniversary. A large Lber of telegrams were receive) Liifriemls and relatives throughthe country. Present at the were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brtowitt, their children, AlexanRose, Abe, Millie, Harold and Lie; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kohn, fllard G. Kohn, Victor Kohn and Charlotte Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. Jobat I dinner ., :, Mann and sons, Arnold and throughout the country, have received the acclaim of noted Yiddish critics throughout this country and abroad. While in Greater Miami it is planned to have Mr. Bloom address a number of gatherings in the interest of Yiddish literature. Miss Ethel Mintzer, a student at | nut; Mr. and Mrs. Wells, Mr. and Sirs. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Marks |Fmnberg and Miss Klotz. Mr R. Kenjersky, teacher of the Workmen's Circle Yiddish Schule L Jacksonville, Fla., will be the Lest of honor at a dinner on Jan|a"ry 5th, sponsored by the local Lrkmen's Circle. Full details will |,ppear in our next issue. Miss Dorothy Glekel, daughter Iff Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Glekel of lv ew York, Is visiting her cousin, |)I; !S Bernice Loeb of this city and lull return to Columbia University | Ipresume her studies after the hoithe Florida State College for Worn. lilijrs. en at Tallahassee, Fla., and Jack Mintzer, a student at the Univer„, v sit y of Florida at Gainesville, Fla., Mr. Isaac Blum, prominent Yidal ,. 8|u>n ,, ing (h( } yf ^ > to journalist and writer, Is with t|u ir pa Mp Nading several weeks in Miami U L MinU( r ;i( Miamj ^ I i .in),' a huge number of his lismirers. Mr. Blum, who has been • leaking a tour of the country Co Miss Ruth Bernstein has arrived ;•r material for the series of home from the Florida State Colun American Jewish life, lege for Women and will spend the will publish next, is the Christmas holidays with her pari.::. r of-I-'un liregtzu Breg" and cuts, .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein. "In der Still," published in 1910 She is a pledge to the Delta Phi I out within a short time, Epsllon Sorority. in Die Yahren" in Leben," two times.,: tetches of JewLester J. Rose, soi Adele ent ,, av The Viu e Ro e, i returning from the -ark the culmi' m rs "v "olive years ol acdays "'' ia a f,esnman on bi en pledged to the lelta iiity. -Miss Cecile \V-,II has returned from the Juillard School of Musi, to spend t| !( holidays with her par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall, Miami Beach. Hill Jacoby, BOD of Mr. and -Mi AI Jacoby, will spend the holidays with his parents. He has hem pledged to Tau Epsilon I'bi Fraternity. %  s Miss Edith Horowitz, a student at the Florida State College tor Women, returned from Tallahassee to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Horowitz, of Miami Beach. they have out at the big north side oval. 1 Hiring the past week My Daddy, a son of the great track champion. My Laddie, stepped out and set a 'icw track record for the five-sixtc<-iiths mile course. The week before Hazard Laddie, a brother of My Daddy, set a new record for the quarter-mile trek, but it has been a bit shaky on several occasions during the past week, when Camden Lager, Brown Sugar and Police Court havev all been running the quarter in the new track record time of twenty-four seconds flat. Ain the past, Genera] Manager Page Seven foi II. Adams is offering the greyhound racing tans of Greater ; ""' and the northern visitors nothing hut the best, and when you wanl to see the tops in their field %  on out t„ the Biscayne and 1 njoy an evening of the sport of "<|Ueen.s" at it wry best Starting this Saturday night, the spectacular hurdle races will again be inaugurated at the Biscayne. Christmas night the quinielas were inaugurated for the 1936-36 season, and the top quiniela for the evening was $79.60 lor two-dollar tickets. Busses run direct to the track from the Venetian Arcade every night, starting at 6:30, and the fare is ten cents. So when you want to see the world's best, then you will go to the Biscayne for greyhound racing. GEORGE LANGER And Associates of The Sungas Co. 1100 W. Flakier St. Phone 2-:tHll Extend to All Their Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY CHANUKA Biscayne Kenne! Club News P i Jewish litera1 time the aUCome righl out. folks t" the Biscayne Kennel Club. Miami's oldhound 11 %  rid haw i II i 1 'i FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" BARON'S WM. PENN DINING ROOM 722 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Where Dining Is a Delighl SPECIAL Nl W YEAR'S DINNER Rippa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rippa, 1616 Drexel .vr., Miami Beach, ha 'roni Passifern school, Hendersonville, \. c, for the holidays. f ws a member of the staff of P*h Daily Forward, the Jew. [Jorum* Journal, "Die Zu| !" W other Yiddish newspaJ !" M magazines. His recent "kteh are l>eing sold .21?; i i mm IIADASSAH I "*• Vou U. A Uelul It3 f^NEW YEAR'S EVE ^LEBRATION at the PRIDIAN HOTEL ***Including Dinner. '•%  per Plata Mac :,.IMI „ •' '331 or 2-5047 r "'-'.nations """ mmm I START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT By Dining at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant 2(55 N. E. 2nd ST. 50c Luncheon Daily lianquet Dinner s:,c to $1.00 PHONE 2-9869 "THC (BRED RACING AT ITS BEST" MEETING, DEC. IS THROUGH JAN. IS e Most Modern Totalisator in America Installed WE IXVITE THE NATDOVS TURF k-ATROHNS TO li BISCAYNE CARPET CLEANERS Work Called I'T anil D.lii. r.d Day or Nirhl Btrvica 297.". S. Vf. Eighth Street I'll. 2-1216—3-1074 Homelike I nviting t he Turfmen's Rendezvous M odern P leasant MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR RACE COURSE Post Time 2 P. M. Grandstand $1.00 Seven Races Daily. Clubhouse West of flic Biliiuore Tower 1 I2 50 n OCR LARGE VOLUME OF WORK MAKES POSSIBLE A SAVINGS FOR YOU WRIGLEY Art-Engraving 21 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-3947



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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ^^j December 27,19 THE WORLD'S WINDOW (Continued from Page > Ami Mr. So and So I a million dollars for the purchasi of Picasaoa • 1ii n"i enough to mail • one degpair 1.1' In. nan nal For our martyred bn our innocently martyred bn dnn, for i a itiful and tragic 1 h Id %  .1 %  many who should be as dei red to •1 loins ; Ids there 1 1 United ] i I 1 I V. I. ..' .1 will be rai And a< this moment a news item makes thi > %  of tin a wealthy Jew of venerable yeai 1 ha> donated two million dollars to a great American Universitj a very great ami very rich American university. When I read the news I could feel my heart missing a beat. 1 believe that I know America and the American people. I went to Bchool and college with Amer: I have close and dear friends among American liberals. It hapain and a Amei ican clergyt" me, a consei %  a Van zuzah And 1 I i not %  that Jewish n a %  1 peoph a little help. I I a faith. Thi men on that ill, %  lants ol th..'. they ale i %  of I ':.<> felt that they were not free whi aved nor at liberty while any were unjustly imp i They would not take that money if they knew. Why have we not si een to it that they know ? As Tor • ilthy Am Jewish gentli men who pick this lory for their great >r 1 .1 ifi. • for their vain oblations how -hall we explain their Btate of mind.' They are up to tl 1 111 the Ghetto. In their subconsciousnesa they do not believe in their human or civic rights in the world. They feel obscurely that they have to buy these rights over an I over again by propitiatory gestures and propitiatory gifts. The language f those gifta is a stran r %  and al aie languas • 1 "Look, ii American fellow. 1 am an Amei ican an i Amei u ..1 al I '.• l!ts ;. gifts. : no I "in: 11 any ol her pe .. • .: ds me to this I martyred i would ra k and ; Lmeri ." Ah, .-. I is 11 whisper implicit in these Rifts—a dreadful whisper: "And in the days of persecution remember that 1 a ,1 out to you, 0 Americans. I let my people sillier and sold out ." "Bi •';no more vain ons; incensx is an tion unto me.'* Society %  Janua y 1 :' a Beries of Beach will be Evans for the \\ % %  I .. .1. 1 lai tz 1 The first of the late Friday eve-public is invited t 0 attend. services will begin tonight a." the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, when Rabbi Julius Washer will preach on "Twentyone Hundred Years of Struggle for 1 principle." Cantor A. Teitelbaum will chant the services and lead the congregational singing. I %  I.adii Auxiliary of the Con •a i n w ii! .-< iw n Ere shmenta the service whi h begin prompt 8:16 p. m. 'I lie, i'hilco Dclco RCA Victor ... r ;a Auto and Hoiw RADIOS I'"-1 I' I'M.

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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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December 27, 1935

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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100th Chanuka
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entatives to
This clause is
unusual signif-
of the rejection by
fcwish lei of the govern-
I Bent's ;
Confirmi!. arlier reports giv-
I the composition
lit the council, the government's
declares that no
:.. i i but ion of the
I, on t he council
[rll bo contemplated in the first
existence. The
will have 28
Miami, under
- Pali or Agency)
mmunique issued
pri claiming the
i i gislati' e coun-
ell Wauchope,
Palestine, i
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arbiter ri
"" "' "'' Jewish MinisI
i 1 II will be able
it his co enl.
es thai if any
nian popula-
ipate in the
of the coun-
ioner is em-
I te British
|dui"'i Rabbi Dr. Ja-
cob 11. Kaplan of Temple Israel, in
(telling of the 2100th anniversary of
hanuka, termed il h mak-
ing i vent, whose significant
changed hi hi i i of the
Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation de-
d a stirring; a which
he compared the Maccabe
cruia of oil had traveled
down throughout the centm ies. an I
pointed out the fad that bo long
re were .lews who 1m
: iii Judaism and its purposes, I"
e they Reform, Cons
1
i lents and
the capacity of B
given standii
Hadassal id
ew Year's :
P Five Cents

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whosi
held,
He told of the pur-
I the speakers. Cantor Ms
. Cantor Maths
and ( .. il i Boi
Chanuka sell
vid ( on
1

In i I
liisbs, 7 Jews, 5 British officials
:m repre
This
Lai ion, the gov-
ecment poi out, was based
; in ratio of the
the population
In the elections
:il all Palostin-
ons who have
ntiv for two
. I lie eligible to
an citizens will,
l to vole for
. In addition to
. the high com-
n his supreme
rminationof
! schedule al-
his annual affair are Mrs
Simonhoff, general chairman; Mrs.
1 illiamson, president of the
local hu| ter of Senior Hadassah;
Barney Weinkle
Goldsteien, co-chairmen of
ouvenir journal, who were a
by the follow in
VIesdames A. E. Rosen-
Stanley C. Myers,
. A. P. Friedman, ft n
. Albert Dubbin, Jai
Roland Granat, Gertrude Her.
lill, Harry I. Lip ton and Henry Ho
ns and his na
ally known ori I ill pro
Jewish Veteran
Leaders Explain
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thai ii was th

the trail toi a nation-wide bo
HIE WORLD'S
WINDOW
;' iin
"\ sin <>; it ions"

' his column I ,; |>v
the Seven Vi |
' le or
'"' P ': Anj
:
I pan
ild have i
faith" came to me q i .. n. it
far, out i
'" ''"" al......nmoities till Hitler's posure and with his hard assimila-
*""> Nazism shall be elimi- tory 100 per cent American enamel
nted from the German govern- definitely cracked. And he said:
"When you com.' back to America
and come to my city come straight
me sii:,; me! vn,i i
thodox, just so won
people live on I
Rabbi Rosi nbloom de
nly address of the
evening in Yiddish and nl
the audience. apiro con-
the meeting with an appeal
to carry out the principles of the
Maccabees in present day life. The
the Hatikvo,
t ire audii lie -. Refi i 3hmi nts wei
B th Jacob <
tiou to all I he gui il -. This i
first of a i
memorating Jewish holiday.
lewish agency for happenings which is being pla
A hough the high com-
! A in consultation
ncy as hereto-
issuance of la-
' uiiiia! the members of
^legislative ouncil will have the
*t to mov< resolutiona in ob-
Fnand criti of ;,ny sched-
Ptfimmigr;
* hi|rh:> ant clause in-
td '" safi iard the mandate
al entanglement!
resolution or
'' that
for Greater Miami by the Bo
Jewish Ministers of Greater
who represent the only re
rabbis of this area.
.
n
Ke in thi
.
be mad''.
Zionists Will
Reorganize I
mi I'
. January 5
I ilmud Torah Hall, begii
. when noted Ji
. \ oik and
"It is unjust to expect veteran
i-'1""!1 such a. the American Le-
gion, Veterans of Foreign Wai
and the Spanish War Veterans co
oul the Jew and fight his
battle. That is the distinct job
of id- Jewish War Veterans. We
in i ompetition with the
i groui On the oth-
tne us with
OUI I 0 opt ra-
il f fee! ilifr the
the Ui ted
o lughl. bled

which our republic and
Wei
Ji .'. i- post
:. done
. the charge ol
.. ''< be well
pnrate nganization

to any such charge.
it! joined our organiza-
that our
io join the V. F. \\..
American legion or other.vel
to
'ook it for granti d thai this man
like many men then and since
D had awakened to the true
charactei of the fate of our people
and to the wrongness and dishonor
and futility of the ways that BO
many thousands of J< WS had
iding for so long.
In due time i came to mj friend's
city. I ed thai l had many
old and dear friend in thai city,
so thai i the ver;
it came upon me. I turned to
gifted an I il
guesl I was; "1 mu I
and So!" I said. The rabbi Ii
down. His face grew ;
with Borrow and then r< I .
I on. "So .
"' He's ju million dol-
lars to the Art Musi um for the
I un'l:: ,:' ionist
paintings." We said no more.
groups to which tin ) may he .1
m citi, wil delive cementing the relation-
. of prea nl day life in Pal- ship between these organizations
and out jelves."

'
"Guess Who" Contest
a i ill may be intro-
the validity
Nations mandate
that suggests its
"tlon- or thai shows any dis- ,
to a r
a neighboring
tory r
*" entitled to introduce all
fiscal
Unj
Clls-
ruler
orine
any
state.
foreigen
foreign state. '.
Do ,o want to have your boy or girl interested .n current Jewish events Do
you want him or h t. to know and rec. tures of Jewish notoblea
who arc making Ji 1 every day, and know ol them and about them .
v>ll., ; Floridian "Guess Who" Contest. Each week we
Eh the l a Jewish notable. Have your boy or g.rl
Which will be printed and write a letter on "Why This Man Is
i "......i
Famous." The letter 11
]T j under, who are


identify the pic-
shall pul"'
lure fill in the coupon
"'" T, ,... ol be longer than 100 w
y. -...-.-i under, who are registered pup,
The contest is limited to
I*!..
. which are to
"Med only by the govern-
llc they will have the
P"*W"t the government's
P and make inquiries regard-
Lfoniactlons' the council's scope
gSS10" will be subject to lim-
\ "rising out of international
pns of his majesty's gov-
reHgious school or Sunday school in the state of Florida.
U] ,etterSl to 1.....anted, must be in the hands of the "Guess Who" Contest Editor
vithin one week from poblication.
Each week a prize of a book of Jewish interest will be awarded to the winner,
and honorable mention to the next five.
At thfl end of the contest a prize will be awarded to the school hav.ng the h.ghest
number'of winners and honorable mention,
aid their pupils in identifying the pictures.
Ji ws are dying. Jews are being
forced out of life. Jews are being
reduced to starvation and hope leSS-
ne -. .lews are beieng humiliated
and trodden into the very dust by
the mad feet of barbarians. The
souls of Jewish children are being
wounded and tortured and warped.
Every day and every hour and
every minute that we draw breath
lews in Germany and Jews in Po-
land and Jews in other lands are
being nailed upon some croi of
agony by the pagans who must
'nave vicarious sacrifices for their
ii- to nail upon crosses and who
have again chosen Israel for that
I purpose. And so inevitably Jew-
ish men and women wear them-
Belvea out gathering money in Eng-
land and in the British dominions
and above all in America to bring
help and some healing to our in-
numerable martyrs. And though
; the sums that are gathered some-
times look large, they are really
pitiful when one considers, let us
say, the total cost of the Cathedral
of Saint John the Divine on
Morningside Heights in New York.
And the sums are, at all events, in
spite of all we can do, tragically
inadequate to the desperate need.
(Continued on Page 8)


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, Decembei 2V.

Temple Israel will celebrate the
birthday of Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Ka] Ian with a congregational din-
nei al Kaplan Hall tonight imme-
diati .. i eding the regular Fri-
day evening services. A musical
program will fi ature Evelyn Raff.
Mr. 11. r. Feibelman, prominent
attorney and president of the Tem-
ple, will preside as toastmaster.
Congratulatory addresses will be
made by prominent members of the
congregation.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Max Dreyer en-
tertained recently for Captain A.
Brady of the New York police de-
partment and Captain Dan Brady
Of Camp Dix, N. V. Others pres-
ent were Mr. and -Mrs. Morton
Straus and Mrs. Stanley Wash-
burn.
*
Baron's, now operating the Wil-
liam I'enn dining room, are well
known in this area, having been
operating dining rooms in Miami
Beach for the past ten years, dur-
ing which time they established an
enviable reputation for good food.
The Barons also operate the well
known Baron's at South Haven,
Mich.
*
An important meeting of butch-
ers of Miami Beach was held at
the home of Rabbi David I. Ros-
enbloom last Wednesday to formu-
late plans for the observance of
kashrus regulations by Miami
Beach butchers. Definite decision
as to the regulations will be an-
nounced shortly in these columns.

Benjamin Axleroad, jr., 1 I, son
of Attorney and Mrs. Ben Axle-
road, has been awarded a medal for
submitting an essay on the life of
Simon Bolivar, South American
liberator, that was adjudged the
best of any prepared at the .Miami
Senior High school. The award
was made by the Venezuelan vice-
I : ul.

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SOCIETY
4(9
19351
hood, whose officers were insti
at the banquet Cantor BoriJ
Schlachman, Maurice Mamche
Berele Kelemer were I
cal selections during the
and Chester Alexander
Little entertained. It
"Kiddush Hashem," by Sholom
Asch. The public .-peaking and
imentary law class will meet
at 1 p. m. with Mrs. Max Wi fgS,
1671 Meridian ave., Miami Beach.

M. Cohen Of New York, who lias
been a winter visitor in Miami
Beach for ten years, is residing at
Busch Villa, 1301 Collins ave.

David Krantz has arrived from
New York and will spend the win-
ter at 859 Commerce St., Miami
Beach.
*
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tobias with
their daughter, Joan, have arrived
from Los Angeles, Calif., and are
guests of Mr. Tobias's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Tobias, 1715 N. W.
Eighth st., also of Los Angeles.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter ob-
served their 25th wedding anni-
versary at a reception and dinner
at the Blackstonc Hotel on Miami
Beach. Mr. Richter has been a
resident of Miami for 14 years.
Dinner was served for 250.
Among the honored guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Damon Runyon, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Lieberman, Mr.
and Mrs. II. 1). McN'amara, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L Huntley and Mr.
and Mrs. Guy C. Reeve.
*
Judge and Mrs. Edward Lazan-
sky of the Supreme Court of New
York arrived here this week to
spend several W ks.
of the congregation and junior
egation will be held. The pub-
lic is
invited to attend.
Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert K. Gold-
stein of New York City arrived
here this week and will Spend
some time at the Floridian Hotel.
Miami Beach.
Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Clein, for the present holiday
vacation. Also visiting the Cleins
are their son, Ben, a student at the
Georgia Military Academy.
les and
in voj
evening
and Jimmy
was one ofl
the largest affairs of the
and much
More than three hundred guests
attended the annual Chanuka din-
ner of Beth Jacob Congregation,
resultJ
women:
Miami Beach, Sunday night at
Sunday evening, December 29th, Kraemer's Kosher Restaurant. The
the Junior Congregation of Beth dining room was
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Loci) an-
nounce the birth of a baby daugh-
ter, Barbara Sue, at the Victoria
Hospital Thursday. December 19.
*
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
David will hold a formal installa-
tion dinner, beginning at 6:30
o'clock, to be followed by a dance.
Admission to the dinner and dance
will be fifty cents, while admission
to the dance only will be twenty-
live cents. Officers to be installed
are Robert Miller, president; Saul
Selby, vice-president; Dolly Selby,
secretary; Harold Stein, treasurer,
and Peritz Scheinberg, chaplain.
Peritz Scheinberg will be the in-
stalling officer and Rabbi Max
Shapiro will be the guest speaker.
The public is invited to attend.
*
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, well
known author and lecturer, deliv-
ered the principal address last Sat-
urday at the regular meeting of
"The Croup." This organization,
recently formed at Miami Beach,
has for its purpose the cultural
development and expansion of the
life of Greater Miami as an added
attraction for this area. Men and
women prominent in the cultural
life of this country are thus af-
forded an opportunity to meet res-
idents and fellow tourists. Dr.
Wolfson had as his subject last
Saturday the contribution of Moses
Maimonides to the medical knowl-
edge of his day and the present
time. Dr. Wolfson stressed the
fact that many of the practices
seasd
praise was given to the]
management of the restaurant anj
to Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom, chairJ
man of the event. An appeal f0J
members of the Sisterhood
ed in a large number of
joining.
*
Miss Gretel August of Bosto
Mass., is visiting her uncle and
heautifuilv' dec"- aunt- Mr' and Mrs- Gerson AugnJ
of this city, and will remain henj
for some time.

Mr. Ellard G. Kohn, former edj
itor and publisher of the Jewfal
Unity, which was absorbed by thj
Jewish Floridian, is a visitor
Miami.
*
orated with blue and white stream-
ers and candles throughout the
room. Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom,
chairman of the arrangements
committee, introduced the toast-
mistress, Mrs. Emanuel Krieger.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom deliv-
ered the invocation. Among those
who delivered addresses during the
evening were Mr. Harry I. Lipton,
past president of the congregation;
Mr. Philip Libcrman, president of
the congregation; Mr. Jacob Beck- eVein*' Janu,a,y lst' ^ o'cloc
er, vice-president; Mrs. Harry Z. j '" the lScott'S.h R,te TemPle- M
Silverman, president of the Sister- be' thelr fr,onids and the Benen
Emunah Chapter, O. E, s., win
hold a public installation of
newly elected officers Wednesdll
public are urged to attend.
nd Mrs. Benjamin Mar- Bea h, will hold its Friday evening of Maimonides. court physician to
naica, L. L. were [ ees al 8 o'clock. Rabbi Sultan Saladin, though estab
view grou m will introduce the in the 12th century, were being
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*
An important m eting of the lo-
cal Zion I ict reorganization
committee will be held at the Pa-
latial Kosher Restaurant this after-
noon. Plai mass meeting
thai will be held al Bi th David
Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday eve-
ning, January 6th, will be dis-
. ussed, as will proposed nomina-
tions for officers. Full details of
the meeting will be announced in
our next issue.
*
Beth David Congregation will be-
gin its late services tonight at 8
o'clock with Judge Aaron J. Levy
of the supreme bench of New York
speaking on "Let Us Reason To-
gether." Rabbi Shapiro will in-
troduce the speaker. Cantor Na-
than Wroobel will chant and lead
the congregational singing, as-
: by Beth David choir. Sat-
urday noming the usual services
OPENS A
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At the
MORRIS PLAN
46 W. I lauli r St. ViaMnt It. Ilrict, Mur. i
used at the present I
In his lecture the peaker point-
; d out how Maimonid
hygiene, th<
sun's ray.-, and ri gulation i
n the treat-
: k. Maimonidi .
:.
one of the greatest Jews of the
\ .
Group n iry Satur-
day afternoon at the home of Dr.
m, 1051 Collins ave., Miami
11 ach, to which the public is in-
vited and urged to attend. This
Saturday the well known educator,
Dr. 1. Spectorsky of New York,
will speak on "The Life and
lit of the Great French Phi-
losopher, August Comte." A mu-
sical program Will precede the lec-
ture, which will be followed by
an informal social hour.

Miss Mildred Clein, a student at
the University of Illinois, is visit-
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At the time when we Jews are celebrating the 21011th motto "every man a Moses" and its
anniversary of Chanuka, a battle of the few against the Boal the guiding of America out of
many, of the weak against the mighty, not for selfish ag- ''"' wilderness of economic depres
grandizement, but for "freedom of religious worship," the sio"
Christmas greeting of "Peace on earth, good will to men"1
came as a particularly fitting greeting. The message was ,,n lh' -N;"' From
say.-
Prefi t stay in Hollywo I
m ivies and is Bai | to be
... for $10
David O. Selznick
Picture Aci I
emy Award with two productions
whicn I I ii MGM this
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yea Sylvia Sydney will
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next year to appear in a single
Gaumont-British picture on a loan
from Walter Wanger Productions
Hollywood today fares a seri-
ous beauty shortage. This alarm-
ing statement was made by Mark
Sandrich, director of film musicals.
Ini' s' is in quantity, not
>: addi I.
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Mar,a Eggertl Un ei ." bril-
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"Peace on Earth... Good Will to Men"
ANNIVERSARIES OF 1936
A Chronology of Coming Events
Air.-, .lames p. Warburg is one
of the patronesses for the Olympic
hockey and skating trials at .Mad-
ison Square Garden on December
30th Proceeds will go to fi-
nance the American Olympic team
The swastika is holdly dis-
stores on New York's Fifth Avenue
. Knut Hamsun Norwi
carried in our daily papers in every advertisement this week,
and shouted so fervently over the radio and in every church.
And yet ... at this particular time we in Miami were
shocked by the widespread distribution of large yellow sheets,
scattered broadcast in homes throughout the city "Opin-
ions of ."><) great men about the Jews" filled throughout
by the most contemptible villification of Jews distortions
and untruths.
"Peace on earth good will to men" what a tribute
to him who was called the "Prince of Peace" these so-called
Christians offered during Christmas week. "Good will to writer and winner of the
men" we wonder just how much good will these ven- i"'" '" literature in 1920, has
omotts. distorted minds can have who carry about in their turned Nazi America's self-
diseased minds these very abominations of everything that ,vl,(l Hjt,er. Healey, is
irue Christianity can mean.
And we ask our Chambers of Commerce our pub
licity agents our hotel men and merchants "What
food is all your expenditure of thousands upon thousands of
dollars to bring tourists to Greater Miami if you permit these
canards to go unnoticed, uncondemned and unpunished?"
Perhaps our city officials of all the cities of Greater
Anniversaries associated ith
great men and events in Jewish
history will be plentiful in 1936.
In this timely review of the
forthcoming celebrations Mr.
Jonas presents a Jewish almanac
for the Coming >ear.The Ed-
itor.
The year of 1936 will he a full
one for those interested in Jewish
anniversaries.
son.
In June there will he observances
of the tenth anniversary of the
death of Meyer London, the first
Socialist member Of Congress, An-
niversaries will he specially plen-
tiful during July, when we come.
to the centennial of the death of
Nathan Mayer Rothschild, founder
of the London branch of the fa-
mous banking dynasty; the 80th
birthday of Daniel Guggenheim,
played by one of the leading toy tm. birth or death of prominent
Anniversaries commemorating noted philanthropist; the 60th birth.
day of Prof. Nathan Isaacs of Har-
vard, the 70th birthday of Judge
Julian W. Mack, the (iOth birthday
Miami can inform the distributors of these vicious circulars Germany they took with them thou- Sabbath of Illinois, dean
that much of the prosperity of this entire area, much of the '""' "' l'"L"",s "' butter But" hoU8e '"' representatives; the 60tn
development of our magic cities is due to people of the Jew- ter ia alm08' unobtainable in Nazi- birthday of Judge Jonah J Gold-
ish faith.
Real, true and honest Christians, those who believe in
the tenets of Christianity, will deplore the action of those
*ho caused these circulars to be distributed. But simple
"Wet aione is not sufficient. The duty devolves not upon
the Jews to put an end to these un.Christian practices, hut
persons in every field of human
endeavoi are always the most nu-
im lolls on any year's calendar of of Dr. A. S. W. Kosenhaeh. the
anniversaries. The list of Jews to number one bibliophile of (he
be honored by anniversary fetes world, and the .'.nth birthday of
during 1936 is not only long but | Mrs. Estelle M. Stemberger, direc-
a ritzy New York hotel under the unusually rich in colorful and dra- toi of World Peaceways. The 80th
name of McGillicudy while waiting matic personalities. The year opens birthday of the great Zionist phi-
hat he ha- been appointed with the observance of the 60th losopher, Achad Ha'am, will In?
an assistant to Premier Goering of birthday of B. C. Vladeck, general commemorated in August No-
Germany When the Nazi fans manager of the Jewish Daily For-lvember brings the centennial of the
attending the Anglo-German soccer ward. In April there is the 70th | birth of Cesare Lombroso, father
I" birthday of Representative A. J. of modern criminology; the 80tk
the birthday of Justice Louis D. Bran-
deis; the TUth birthday of Dr. Ab-
raham Flexner, head of the Insti-
tute for Advanced Learning at
Princeton, and the 60th birthday of
land.
stein, the 60th birthday of Dr. Ber-
nard Kahn. European director of
Backstage the Joint Distribution Committee; ILouis Lipsky The year comes to
Francis Lederer, Hollywood mat- the 36th anniversary of the death an end with the 80th birthday of
inc.. idol, is determined to become 0f Baron Maurice de Ilirsch, found- l,ouis Marshall and the 80th birth-
i; inland's worst dressed actor ,r of the ICA; the 80th birthday of day of Dr. David Wolfssohn,
>'.****" v"u *" i"*"* u..-v ............ K...v*.^ ,' He- hasn't bought a new suit in Dr. Edwin R. A. Seligman, world- Herat's successor as president of
pen the ( hnstians themselves. It is up to self-respecting ,hni|, V(,.1,s never Ul..s ]lv,klk.s iiillloai t.cononij3t; the 8oth birth- the World Zionist Organization
^nnstian clergy and laity alike to put an end to these prat- ,iml carried a fountau, ,. in his day of Henry Morgenthau, sr for-
tO practice and not merely to preach "Peace on )n|| |1(lc.k(,( A, jolsoI1 naa mad# ,,, ambassador to Turkey, and the Great namea in l1"' history of
good will to men." more money out of his talents than Moth anniversary of Isaac Adolon drama, music, literature and reli-
any other actor in the country CremieUX, noted French statesman '""' ;lls" '''" '*'** place on the
His total earnings are estimated at and founder of the Alliance Israel- ro8ter of Jewish anniversaries for
$16,000,000 Irving Berlin is ite Universelle. May brings us to ll,;!,i; In January there is the con-
earth
Jewish War Veterans
me company's best cus- the tenth anniversary of the death J1"1'*1 of the birth of Mendele
"opposing the Jewish War Veterans and in advising the old Temple Emanu-EI, has gone
Feature Syndicate)
Aleichem comes in May. June-
marks the 75th birthday of Rabbi
Bernard Drachman. In August
there will be observed the tenth
year of Israel Zangwill's death, the
25th anniversary of the death of
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THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
Friday, December 27, 1935
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Society
meeting .Monday evening, Decem-
ber .30th, to be followed by a meet-
ing of the entire membership on
Monday, January 6th, when plans
for the annual officers' ball will bo
discuss) .1.
* *
Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Although then- have been many
occasions in the life of our or-
ganization which called for rejoic-
ing, few if any
arc comparable to
ibis celebration 01'
the X' w Year, I'
is with mingled
feelings of joy,
.nil pride
we wish you
ami yours a most
happy an.I prosperous -V w Yea .
V. M. II. A. during the past
year has taken progressive strides
towai e ei tion of the g
needed Jewish Community Center
ling. With the inception of
the recently formed Y. \V. II. A.,
the Junior Division and a Boy
Seoul troop, the "V" i.s now repre-
tive of tin- entire .bwish com-
munity and as an integral unit
will pave the way towards greater
!. moniuttion in Jewish life.
Carefully planning the future on
lines of growth and progress, an-
ticipating the needs of the Jewish
people, we believe that a commu-
nity center is an essentially ideal-
ist:, movement which aims to in-
fluence Jewish life through a
broad program of educational, spir
itual, health, recreational and cul-
tural activities.
We feel that a center will meet
the challenge Of the new life which
will open before us anil that it will
further endear itself to the com-
munity by giving proof of its abil-
ity and willingness to serve its peo-
ple in their strivings for happiness
end a full life.
Our dream of last year will be-
COme a reality by your support of
the "V" and its activities throuRh-
OUt the New Year.
Fifteen thousand turf fans at-
tended the exciting Christmas day
races Wednesday afternoon at
beautiful Tropical Bark and saw
Wayne Wright drive Golden Rock The
Ii to victory in the Christmas Day j Jewish Welfare Bureau is complet-
Handicap. This victory added plans for the afternoon bridge
$1,100 to his Winnings for the year. ,. Tuesday, January 14th, at 1
The racing at this (rack, now in I p. ,., t the home of Mrs. Morris
its third week, has attracted turf Cowen, when she and Mesdames
fans from all parts of the country Henry Bulbin and Harry Nevins
by the excellence of the dally cards wj|| |)c the hostesses.
presented. Numerous upsets have
*
More than one hundred guests
attended the annual Chanuka card
I arty sponsored by the La lies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
occurred and the mutuel players
at the American totalisator have
been paid heavy odd- on the long
shots who have surprised the tal-
'^ilnni, area have -n^ation last Sunday
marked at the surprising and plea I ^ M '. A. A 1 ve
ing changes that have been made turkey was awarded during the
by the track management for the evening with individual prizes for
enience nnd comfort o lhe high scores being given at each
. I table. A plate luncheon was served
* during the .veiling. Hostesses for
The student activities committee the evening were Mesdames B.
0I Tempi l rael Sisterhood is Chertkoff, N. Adelman, J. Hirsch
sponsoring a dance and reception'and J. L. Shochet \ musical play-
honoring the college set at 9:80
operate a modern dining room at
this address. Though promised a
permit by city officials of Miami
Beach, this was later denied them.
The lessor, Mr. K. D. Keefer,
joined the Powells in court pro-
ceedings through their attorney,
Abe Arono-.it/. and II. K. Gibson,
:ind won the decision when Judge
Atkinson held that a refusal of a
permit to conduct this dining room
at the above address was "unrea-
sonable and arbitrary."
.Mrs. Powell is well known as
the operator of the .lining room at
the Ansonia Hotel, and the Happi-
ness Shop, both of -New York, and
will now operate a first class din-
ing, room at 10.'{5 Collins ave.
where she will be happy to greet
her many friends.
.'Mill
5
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Looking over the highlights of
the past year we find a number
of notable accomplishments: First,
the selection of Boris Schlachman
as executive director; the success
of the fourth annual dance; that
Unforgettable debate, "Is Death
Preferable to Marriage?" held be-
fore a packed bouse; the "Y" spon-
soring and donating a good check
ol |60 to the Jewish Welfare
Board dance committee; that most
enjoyable Halloween party spon-
sored by the Y. W. 11. A.; the in-
auguration of a weekly "Y" col-
umn in the Jewish I'loridian
through the courtesy of .1. Louis
Shoi I :, it editor; the basketball
team's winning the Miami and
Miami Beach league champion-hip;
an increase of over 200 new mem-
bers of affiliated groups of the
"Y"; Miami Beach Jewish social
set offering all profits of their
Thursday night dances, held at the
Miami Beach Country Club to the
building fund of the "Y"; the Y.
W.'s donation of $50 to the build-
ing fund; the unexpected success
of the diamond ball team.
p. in. Saturday at Kaplan Hall. In-
vitations include the Students re-
maining at the University of
Miami and those returning from
other colleges for the holidays. In
charge of the arrangements are
Mrs. Hannah Spiro Asher, music;
Mrs. Isaac Levin, reception; Mrs.
Gordon Davis, decorations; Mrs. M.
I'laiit, refreshments; Mrs. L.
ZeientZ, favors, and Mrs. Maxwell
Ilyinan, program.
I'atrons and patronesses are Mr.
ami Mrs. Sidney Meyer, Mr. and
Mrs. II. U. Feibelman, Mr. and
Ali 1, .1. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Day
.1. Apte. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Mor-
ns, Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Schoenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. II. Geist, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Stein, Judge and Mrs.
lien Marvin of Jamaica, N. Y., Mr.
and Mrs. II. Wall and Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Keissel, and Mr. and Mrs. B.
Slote,
Honor guests will be Dr. and i
Mrs. .1. II. Kaplan, Dr. B. Ashe j
and Miss Mary Mcrritt of the Uni-;
ver-ity of Miami. The affair is
open to all BtudentS and is not lim- .
ited to those- of Temple Israel. An
orchestra will provide music for
dancing. Refreshments will be
served and favors will be distrib-
uted, no cards being issued.

As we go to press the final meet-
ing of the year for the local B'nai
B'rith lodge is being held at Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall. A large
(lass of new members is being in-
stalled and officers recently nomi-
nated are due to be elected.

Members of the executive board
of Junior Iladassah will hold their
let by the children of the Sunday
school was presented under the di-
recticn of Mr. Joseph Grccnbcig.
* ?
Following weeks of battle, Judge
Atkinson this week granted an in-
junction by w.'iich the Powells at
1035 Collins ave., Miami Beach,
will be permitted to complete and
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Jacksonville News
The Jacksonville Jewish Center
. -grated Hanukkah, the Feast
^Lights, with a special service at
U o'clock Friday night.
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis deliv-
d sermon on "The Victory of
Cantors Benjamin
and Savel Silverman
,,,,:"ISH PI.ORIDIAN
Page Five
STATEWIDE NEWS
the Sp
Silverman
ten !-u,sl "" .of this new o
aturda, morn.ng had, Announcement
rjntor Benjamin .Silverman offi-
tiatinp. The junior congregation
kJdieparate Bervices in the pray-
room under the direction of
.,... i:,, e Soloff.
paring the week of Hanukkah
1 tor was the scene of nu-
entertainment, and festty- Party w'" ^ held at l o'clock
*- outstanding "btr 80th. at .he n..
ffi --- >
was made that
the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid
Society will give a theatre benefit
for a family in need.
Por the committee in charge of
the children's party M,-s. & Ros-
envaig reported that a t
Among
1 Hanukkah concert <>t L
Tampa Notes
Dared*vtry at its best will tig.
"I State Fair ,-
*rams- Fbruarj s. when ,
a*s foremost expo-
Daytona Beach
Notes
Temple Israel, in their first game
1 season Monday night, De-
Oiiando Notes
Mrs. A. 11. Spivack of New York
is visiting her parents. .Mr. and
Mrs. 1. \. Burman.
Misses Ruth Esther Rosen,
Elaine Klepper, Irene and Maxine
Bravi rman, students at the Florida
State College for Women at Talla-
hassee, arrived home this week to
Spend the Christmas holidays with
their parents.
The regular monthly meeting of
on
the outstanding I.T """">'' '""" the Florida
All the children on the T. SI
j.,,1 music and Yiddish folk "v register ol the Home for the just announced here
-i Aged will be entertained.
, ,. ........> e.\ n>- ----- "wnvil -WOllliaV night lie- .1 r. -------------"
. will member 23rd, vanquished their on Ohev Sholem will
'""'"'- n,s con reckless !""""t.s, the V M c \ ,.,.., .,, "' neId '" thc' V1'st,-V roon>s ol the
stunt men a to L2. at the Y. Phytag for'the SSTf? SundBy' Member
-ying for the
anager, has lemple were Ri v. Joseph Schenker,
Willie Nelson, Joe iVoU t '
29th, at B p. m. Officers for 1936
will be elected at this meeting.
I, party was given ui.uer uie ui-1 -"-"-'..... ","'"'" new machine completely
oi the Ladies' Aid Society.; ,l'u'""' J* Wotfson, Mrs. overal high ,peed, crashing mo or*
"TalismanandMrs J. Hartley. cycle, and M throu .
Mrs. I Soforenko announced Plank board walls and many other
that the board meeting for Jan- similar feat- are included
uary will be held in the home of
Mrs. B. Becker in Springfield.
-Mis. S. Lasarow and Mrs. M. ],.
rection
iy Tada sail Sabbath is being
observed in the Center Synagogue.
An elaborate program will be
presented on Sunday, December
Ifth, by the children of the Center
Religious school, featuring a mu-
;,v. "The Dreambook."
repertoire of the daredevils.
on the
Seven
In observance of Chanuka, Sen-
ior Hadassah caused bags to be
uted to the children of the
Sunday school classes of the Tem-
ple and the Jewish Center and the
children were asked to bring con-
tributions of Chanukah Gelt as
their offering to the penny lunch-
I ton fund.
The collections will be taken up
Sunday and it is hoped mothers
ltd children will remember lo
bring the bags with the Chanukah
kit.
Mrs. L. S. Joel and Mrs. Lazar
Dipper, co-chairmen of this fund,
I ire assisted in carrying on this
icrk by Mr.-. Sam Bergman. Miss
|Ethel Joel, Mrs. I. I.. Kaplan, Mrs.
Lson Springer, Mrs. Max Moss,
Mrs. David Safer, Mrs. Bennie Ba-
ker, Mrs. M. Sablow, Mrs. M. Kaa.
pniU, Mr-. L Rosenson, Mrs. C.
Ginsberg and Mrs. Sam Bucholtz.
monster Diesel engii.es
Hotline will be hostesses at the reg- and g, nerators, capable of supply,
alar meeting of the organization in ing a city of 100,000 population
Jamjary; with ample electrical current, will
Mrs. S. Soforenko will be hostess bo used by the Royal American
lor a card party the latter part of Shows to illuminate the magnifi-
January and will be assisted by cent midway attractions that have
Mrs. O. Margol, co-chairman; Mrs. bei n engaged for the Florida State
S. Fletcher, Mrs. S. Gance, Mrs. R. Fair in 1986, Carl J. Sedlmayr,
Krantz and Mrs. J. Sentler. manager, has just advised exposi-
---------- lion officials her.'. The plant is
The 1986 cabaret of the Temple being installed at a cost of $80,000.
Sisterhood, which is the high point I---------
of the social season for the organi- pie Sisterhood, in greeting and en-
zation, was enjoyed last week in tertaining guests; Mrs. Lawrence
the Windsor Hotel by the largest M. Lippman, chairman of refresh-
and most brilliant assemblage ever ments, with Miss Beatrice Peiser,
l:,'!" Safer of Orlando offkiat-
": '< the Brith Mils for the new
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Trager at
the Halifax District Hospital Mon-
day afternoon. He was assisted ill
the ceremonies by Rev. Joseph
nker.
Plans are under way for a New
Year's Eve dinner and dance, which
will be held at the Orange Court
Hotel.
attending one of these events.
The floor show was directed by
Elliot Butts and was given through
the courtesy of Mrs. Clara Hinson
and Mrs. O. D. Foster of the Riv-
erside School of Art.
Mrs. S. S. Goffin, general chair-
man, was assisted by Mrs. I,. I'.
Lippman, the president of the Tern, ing of punch.
and Miss Kay Halle, chairman of
reservations.
Dispensing smokes" during the
evening were Mis. Joseph Glick-
stcin. Mrs. I.ouis Joel and .Miss
Peggy Frank.
Mrs. Sam Seligman assisted Mrs.
Lawrence M. Lippman in the serv-
Lal and visiting lodge mem.
'" of B'nai B'rith attended the
smoker and social at Chateau Lido
niursday night, December 26th,
when discussion for reorganizing
the local lodge, Judah P. Benjamin,
No. 1069, came up. Mr. Louis Os-
sinsky was in charge. Another
meeting is planned for January
th at the Temple.
Sisterhood of Temple Israel has
scheduled its next card party for
January 8th at the Temple. Please
reserve that date for the party.
The Chanuka entertainment giv-
en by students of Temple Israel
Sunday night proved a tremendous
success.
Martin Segal, Morton Levy, Joe
VVittenstein, Abe Kaminoff, Joel
Baker, students at the University
Of Florida, returned to theil re-
spective homes to spen.! their
Christmas vacation with their
ents.
ir par-
ML-> Hannah Biseow arrived
[horn the Fiorina State College for
I Women to spend the holidays with
I to parents. She has as her guests
I Hiss Gerald i ne Rosenberg of Tam-
Ipa. Miss Gladys Abenson and Miss
Connie Lit of Miami.
The Center Institute of Jewish
adies holds regular sessions at
* Center school building, Silver
^ Third sts. The course in Jew-
history will be continued under
'* guidance of Rabbi M. D. Mar-
ias.
Margolis will also con-
on "Jewish Cus-
mies," which will
fallowed by a period of ques-
a open to persons
JW of age and over.
Anniversaries
of 1936
(Continued from Page 3)
and the 1300th anniversary of the
capture of Jerusalem by the Mos-
lems. There will also be celebra-
tions of the 90th anniversary of
Miss Elisabeth Grus entertained
with a cocktail party Sunday aft-
ernoon in honor of her sister, Bea-
A luncheon in honor of the visit-
ing officers of District Grand
Lodge Xo. 5, B'nai B'rith, Messrs.
A. Shefferman, president, and Hy-
nan S. Jacobs, vice-president, was
held at the Duck Inn during their
short stay in Orlando. Judge Hy
Roth presided as toastmaster. B.
J. Cohen introduced the guests,
Who delivered short but inspiring
talks on the scope of B'nai B'rith
activities. Approximately thirty
members attended the luncheon.
Mrs. Lou Jacob entertained at
an informal dinner and dance at
her home on West Gore ave., hon-
oring Miss Ruth Wolly and her
fiance, Mr. Philip Friedman, of
New Brunswick, N. J.
Mrs. B. Schneider of Baltimore,
Mo., is spending the winter with
her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
Josef Israels, the painter, and the
70th birthday of Dr. David Ncu-
mark, late professor of the Hebrew
Minna Agress, Marian Rutbcrg,
the organization of the tinted Or-' c\..,.., <.,,-.,. pi___. n r.
< lara oarer, Florence Pepper, Bea-
trice Grus, Elisabeth Grus, Ruth
trice, who is home from F. S.C. W. I** ^ MaX Blattner.
for the holidays.
------ .Mrs. Ben (ireenberg is recupcr-
Making up a party Sunday night ating from her recent illness and
at the Chateau Lido were Misses her many friends wish her a God-
dei of True Sisters, the oldest ex-
isting Jewish women's group in
America; the Huth anniversary of
the founding of lla-Maggid, the
in and William Levey, Irving
speed recovery.
The regular semi-monthly meet-
Ln.on College. Dr. Moses Caster, ^^ Hebrew weekly periodical, the
chief Sephardic rabbi of the Brit- .-,, annjver8arv o( ,,. organiza-
ish Empire, marks his 80th birth- (|(in ,||(. Jcwish Njll.on:! Fund
day in September, and in October
ind Of the BIAS; the 30th anni-
"* Ladies'
W Soci
Hebrew Sheltering
W held
ul> and Home for the
its regular monthly
'''-A
comes the 26th anniversary of the naU) ot ,|a. opening of the fa-
death of Joseph Pulitser. The year moua Hebrew H,,,-|, school in Jaf-
winds up with the 26th anniversary fa. ,, ;;il||l .,,,,.. the
of the death of Rose Eytinge, noted ,.;,,. Bezalel Arl -.hoot
actress, and the 80th birthday o ,. |>alt,stine; the 20th anniversary
Naphtali Her/, [mber, author unding of the
"Hatikvah." phj in i mmitti e and
Some interesting anniversari Academy of Arts and
associated with Judaism as a reli- Sciei and : u niversary
gious force also come in 1936, not- of the American Jewish Committee.
ably the 40th anniversary of the January will mark 1) an-
fou'nding of the Isaac Elchanan niversary of the appointment of
Yeshiva, now known as Yeshiva Louis D. Brandeis as the first Jew-
Sacks, Bert Kline, Albeit Rutberg, in of 'lando Lodge No. 1043 will
Leonard Dobrow and Mendel La/.-' i '"' lu'l arus. at 8 p. m., in the vestry rooms of
______ I the synagogue at the corner of
Mendel Lasarus of Georgia and Church st" and Eola drive An in"
Tallahassee is making his home in terertin program has been ar-
Daytona Beach now. ranged. Nominations for officers
______ will take place.
Ah. Sam Freed of Spring Valley.
N. Y.. is spending a few weeks in
Daytona Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coitell were
in Gainesville Wednesday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Tula Marks.
College; the 50th anniversary oi
^linKlast Tuesday with Mrs. F. the founding of the Jewish Theo-
W presiding.
In reported that the
*; A. Nab
**n ?" the work of the committee
""I?*"'- the needy, and that
Nv Whicn has been K'von
7-:'Moym(,, ,
now able to
Kni

Mrs. J. Shapiro

who represent-
logical Seminary of America; the
80th anniversary of the open:
Jews' College in London; the 280th
anniversary of the excommunica-
tion of Baruch Spinoza, and the
tenth anniversary of the creation
of the Synagogue Council of
America.
To students of Jewish 1.
1986 will yield a rich crop of an-
niversaries associated with indi-
.. ,,.. mber of the United SI
Supreme Court, and the 70th anni-
Mr, and Mrs. Irving Levey and
son and daughter, William and
Marian, were in Jacksonville
Wednesday visiting relatives and
versary of the emancipation of the friends. Miss Levey left for New
Jews in Switzerland. Zionists will York City.
commemorate the 10th anniven
The Many friends ol Mrs. Harry
Kenner are happy to learn that
she has fully recovered from the
injury to her hand, which has con-
fined her to her home for the past
several weeks.
Master -Morton Kaufman has left
for New Orleans to spend the
Christmas holidays with his father
and grandparents.
VjWnization at the forma- viduals, events and institution-.
W'!!tlnK "' the Jacksonville j The coming year will be the ninth
> *-0In>unity Council, gave a i anniversary of the admission o
the objects and workings I the Spanish Marannos to Holland
of the publication of Theodore
II, :/.!'.-
i Na.....' Farm school, Amer-
only Jewish agricultural
,1. will observe its 40th birth-
day in April, The tenth anniver-
of the slaying of the notorious
,,r chief, Semion Petlura, by
Sholom Schwartsbard, comes in
May. In August it will be ten
yean since the Soviet Union an-
nounce,! its plan for establishing
Miss Midiie Stein is planning to
leave Sunday. December 29th, for
a visit iii New York City.
Mr. Ben Salomon is confined to
his home on account of Illness and
the entire community wishes him
a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hoffman of New-
York City are local visitors.
a Jewish autonomous territory at
Biro Bidjan.
(Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Friday night services will be
held in the synagogue at 8 o'clock.
Rev. B. Safer will deliver a ser-
mon on Chanukah. Mr. Sam Ze-
gorian will conduit responsive
readings. Winter visitors arc wel-
come and a large attendance is ex-
pected.


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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, December 27, ({n


RELIGIOUS SI RVICES
0
The Sal
pi< vious y will
tcrhood in hono ol Dr.
1 6:3 i
all. Toa
ter will be Mr. Herbert U. I
Irs. B. 1 lent "'
i
be held in
Dr. Kaplan will de-
liver I
o| the Union Prayer Book.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
11 i ning prayo was given by Al
vin Glucksman and closing prayer
by Irma Bernstein. Highest col-
lection, Intermediate department,
class l. and beat attendance, Inter-
mediate department, class A
delightful Hanukkah entertainment
... .ivni the children on Sunday
morning. The large Menorah was
decorated with presents for each
child. Several children lit the Ha-
nukkah menorah with appropriate
verses. The rabbi read the services
and spoke on the significance of
this Hanukkah2,100 years since
it; establishment as a festival.
In the evening a delightful play
was presented, under the manage-
ment Of Mrs. Frank A. Perlman.
Some of the children recited and
b< me danced. Altogether it was a
very sociable evening. The play
was considered one of the best ever
presented in Temple Israel. Re-
quest was made that it be repeated
fi r the benefit of those children
who were unable to attend, and
tot the benefit Of the parent, who
might wish to see a really fine
presentation of a Hanukkah play.
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN
Rabbi
; his will take pla Sunday morn-
ii ... December 29th, at 11 o'clock.
E> erybody is i ordiallj welc ime.
GENERAL
Dr. Sti phen S. Wise, one of the
tiding en in 1 he country,
Will lecture at Temple Israel
.... January ioi.ii. Tickets
may be had at the temple
of the places where ; osters will be
iyed. Thi a < is $1 per
pi rson.
I Init d State n arj ol
iry Henry Morgenthau, jr.,
announces, through the rabbi of
your congregation, that they are
now issuing I S. saving bonds
in denominations of $25, $50, $100,
$500 and $1,000. Full information
may be had from the postmaster in
our city.
Dr. Kaplan is conducting a class
in "What We Jews Believe" on Sat-
urday morning from U to 11 o'clock,
to which members and all interest-
ed are cordially welcome. Adults
are also welcome to attend two
other classes the rabbi gives, one
on Saturday morning from 11 to
12 on "Ideals of the Prayer Book,"
and one on Sunday morning from
10 to 11:46 on "Modem Jewish
Problems."
SISTERHOOD
The student activities commit-
tee of the si.-terhood is sponsor-
ing a dance for the university stu-
dents who are Spending their vaca-
tion in Miami. This is an invita-
tion for all to attend. This Satur-
daj evening, December isth, at
o'clock.
N. E. FIRST STREET AT MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 8-2121
THE MARK STORE
ONE OF FLORIDA'S FINE DEPARTMENT
STORES
The MARK Store and its Em-
ployees wish the residents and
visitors of Greater Miami a very
Happy New Year.
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724 N. W. 22nd St.Opposite Seaboard Station
Miami's largest and most complete line of imported and domestic
wines and liquors. All advertised prices met. Give us a trial
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Tv, f the most powerful and
beau i love stori i ever filmed
at he New Vea 's Eve mid-
Tivoli Theatr.
I Goh wyn's produc-
. -The Dark Ai I," tarring
iberon and
. .. fou -
i ngagement.
Tie sto y, wl in

nan, I
- ., ( i I : Wl
porting cast are Janet Beecher,
John Halliday, Henrietta Crosman
and Frieda Inescort.
Samuel Coldwyn's long-awaited
i;., |,;iiv Coast" comes to the Tiv-
li Theatre, starting Sunday night,
with Miriam Hopkins, Edward G.
Robinson and Joel McCrea in its
leading roles.
Miriam Hopkins is more fasci-
nating, more beautiful and more
than ever before at Swan,
. ver the cro3ked i -u-
; n the i: torious Bella
na Ca run by Louis Chama-
a man as ruthless as he is
inson has his finest
racterization as this "Public
Enemy No. l" of the Barbary
: jo I McCrea is splen-
Jim Carmichael, a fine,
tic young miner, who enters
life and transforms her by
love.
Alan Trent (Fredric March I and
Gerald Shannon (Herbert Mar-
shall). Since childhood, Kitty has
adored Alan, and Gerald has
adored Kitty. The war takes both
men and in the trenches there
come- to Alan the realization of
his love for Kitty. Home on leave,
he tells her of his love, hut their
plans to many are shattered by
a sudden call cancelling all leaves.
Prominent in the imposing sup-
f he Roving Jew
Tells a Tale
And at the close of 1985 we come
a rather interesting human
problem that is nearly solved.
"Yes, I'm sixty-five years old."
tells me this rather energetic look-
ing gentleman, "and I've been
though plenty during the past
year. I came to Miami about six
years ago, bought myself a taxi
lo tarn a living and take care of
my wile, who is about my age.
Things went along nicely ... I
didn't make fortunes, but earned
enough to take care of our needs
in our humble way. Then about
seven months ago began my trou-
bles ... I started to suffer from
! varicose veins ... I was sick and
! too ill to work any longer. Things
began to go to pieces and, to top
it nil, my wife became sick, too.
Every cent I had was Kon. aft.r
several months | M 0
tives and no one to turn to. [ fo
came rather despondent so
how this plight of mine raa called
to the attention of the Jewish \\ |
fare Bureau .they provided,,
with medical attention ,l .
gave us medical supplies, bandage!
etc., took care of my jff
gave us food and paid for our rent
|. had my teeth repaired and
provided me with glasses. xow
I can again slowly come to mysdl
and take care of my if,._ .^
Jewish Welfare Bu provide]
me with a license for m) tar and
now I am again earning a liviifj
What could I have done without the
aid of the Jewish Welfare Bureau]
Heaven only knows. 1 |ia(e
think of it.
"And let me tell j mi thil
the old gentleman concluded i:h|
a look of determination in hit
"I am only praying for the timi
when I can do my little hit ti
!>ring home the necessit) of Mid
institutions as the Jewish Welfar
Bureau and t contribute my ahar
towards it."
Watch for the Opi ning
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December 27.
Society
ll,E JEWISH H <:,;,!;,AN
Mr. "i"1
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
ufcroted their twenty-fourth wed-
I anniversary with a dinner al
.! Kosher Restaurant
J Mondaj night. During the
.Ming several of the guests
",,! congratulated the hosts
ftheir anniversary. A large
Lber of telegrams were receive)
Liifriemls and relatives through-
the country. Present at the
were Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Brtowitt, their children, Alexan-
Rose, Abe, Millie, Harold and
Lie; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kohn,
fllard G. Kohn, Victor Kohn and
Charlotte Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
bat
I dinner
., :, Mann and
sons, Arnold and
throughout the country, have re-
ceived the acclaim of noted Yiddish
critics throughout this country and
abroad. While in Greater Miami it
is planned to have Mr. Bloom ad-
dress a number of gatherings in
the interest of Yiddish literature.
*
Miss Ethel Mintzer, a student at
| nut; Mr. and Mrs. Wells, Mr. and
Sirs. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Marks
|Fmnberg and Miss Klotz.
*
Mr R. Kenjersky, teacher of the
Workmen's Circle Yiddish Schule
L Jacksonville, Fla., will be the
Lest of honor at a dinner on Jan-
|a"ry 5th, sponsored by the local
Lrkmen's Circle. Full details will
|,ppear in our next issue.
Miss Dorothy Glekel, daughter
Iff Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Glekel of
lvew York, Is visiting her cousin,
|)I;!S Bernice Loeb of this city and
lull return to Columbia University |
Ipresume her studies after the hoi- the Florida State College for Worn.
lilijrs. en at Tallahassee, Fla., and Jack
, Mintzer, a student at the Univer-
, v. sity of Florida at Gainesville, Fla.,
Mr. Isaac Blum, prominent Yid- al,. 8|u>n,,ing (h(, } yf^ >
to journalist and writer, Is with t|u.ir pa Mp
Nading several weeks in Miami U L MinU(.r. ;i( Miamj ^
I i .in),' a huge number of his
lismirers. Mr. Blum, who has been
leaking a tour of the country Co Miss Ruth Bernstein has arrived
;- r material for the series of home from the Florida State Col-
- un American Jewish life, lege for Women and will spend the
will publish next, is the Christmas holidays with her par-
i.::. r of-I-'un liregtzu Breg" and cuts, .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein.
"In der Still," published in 1910 She is a pledge to the Delta Phi
I out within a short time, Epsllon Sorority.
in Die Yahren"
in Leben," two
times.,: tetches of Jew- Lester J. Rose, soi Adele
ent ,,av. The Viu e Ro e, i returning from the
-ark the culmi- "m'rs"-v "oli-
ve years ol ac- days' "'' ia a f,esnman on
bi en pledged to the lelta
iiity.
-Miss Cecile \v-,ii has returned
from the Juillard School of Musi,
to spend t|!(. holidays with her par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall,
Miami Beach.
* *
Hill Jacoby, bod of Mr. and -Mi .
AI Jacoby, will spend the holidays
with his parents. He has hem
pledged to Tau Epsilon I'bi Fra-
ternity.
s
Miss Edith Horowitz, a student
at the Florida State College tor
Women, returned from Tallahassee
to spend the holidays with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Horowitz,
of Miami Beach.
they have out at the big north
side oval.
1 Hiring the past week My Daddy,
a son of the great track champion.
My Laddie, stepped out and set a
'icw track record for the five-six-
tc<-iiths mile course. The week be-
fore Hazard Laddie, a brother of
My Daddy, set a new record for
the quarter-mile trek, but it has
been a bit shaky on several occa-
sions during the past week, when
Camden Lager, Brown Sugar and
Police Court havev all been run-
ning the quarter in the new track
record time of twenty-four seconds
flat.
A- in the past, Genera] Manager
Page Seven
foi II. Adams is offering the grey-
hound racing tans of Greater
; ""' and the northern visitors
nothing hut the best, and when you
wanl to see the tops in their field
on out t the Biscayne and
1 njoy an evening of the sport of
"<|Ueen.s" at it wry best
Starting this Saturday night, the
spectacular hurdle races will again
be inaugurated at the Biscayne.
Christmas night the quinielas were
inaugurated for the 1936-36 sea-
son, and the top quiniela for the
evening was $79.60 lor two-dollar
tickets. Busses run direct to the
track from the Venetian Arcade
every night, starting at 6:30, and
the fare is ten cents. So when you
want to see the world's best, then
you will go to the Biscayne for
greyhound racing.
GEORGE LANGER
And Associates of
The Sungas Co.
1100 W. Flakier St.
Phone 2-:tHll
Extend to All Their
Jewish Friends and
Patrons
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Biscayne Kenne!
Club News
P i Jewish litera-
1 time the aU-
Come righl out. folks t" the
Biscayne Kennel Club. Miami's old-
hound 11
rid
haw i
ii i1 .
. 'i
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY"
BARON'S
WM. PENN DINING ROOM
722 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Where Dining Is a Delighl
SPECIAL Nl W YEAR'S DINNER
. Rippa, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Rippa, 1616 Drexel
.vr., Miami Beach, ha
'roni Passifern school, Henderson-
ville, \. c, for the holidays.
f ws a member of the staff of
P*h Daily Forward, the Jew.
[Jorum* Journal, "Die Zu-
|" W other Yiddish newspa-
JM magazines. His recent
"kteh are l>eing sold
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mm IIADASSAH
I "* Vou U. AUelul It3
f^NEW YEAR'S EVE
^LEBRATION
at the
Pridian hotel
***Including Dinner.
'-' per Plata
Mac :,.imi .
' '331 or 2-5047
"r "'-'.nations
"........'..........."""......mmm...............I
START THE NEW YEAR
RIGHT
By Dining at the
Palatial
Kosher
Restaurant
2(55 N. E. 2nd ST.
50c Luncheon Daily
lianquet Dinner
s:,c to $1.00
PHONE 2-9869
"THC (BRED RACING AT ITS BEST"
MEETING, DEC. IS THROUGH JAN. IS
e Most Modern Totalisator in America Installed
WE IXVITE THE NATDOVS TURF k-ATROHNS TO
li
biscayne
carpet cleaners
Work Called I'T anil D.lii. r.d
Day or Nirhl Btrvica
297.". S. Vf. Eighth Street
I'll. 2-12163-1074
Homelike------Inviting------the Turfmen's Rendezvous------Modern------Pleasant
MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR RACE COURSE
Post Time 2 P. M. Grandstand $1.00
Seven Races Daily. Clubhouse
West of flic Biliiuore Tower
1 I2
50
n
OCR LARGE VOLUME OF
WORK MAKES POSSIBLE A
SAVINGS FOR YOU
WRIGLEY
Art-Engraving
21 S. W. 5th Ave.
Phone 2-3947


Page Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
^^jDecember 27,19
THE WORLD'S
WINDOW
(Continued from Page >
Ami Mr. So and So I a mil-
lion dollars for the purchasi of
Picasaoa
1- ii n"i enough to mail one de-
gpair 1.1' In. nan nal
*
For our martyred bn
our innocently martyred bn
dnn, for i a itiful and tragic
1 h Id .1 many who
should be as dei red to
1 loins
; Ids there
1
1
United ]
i
I
1
I
V.
I. ..' .
.1 will be
rai
And a< this moment a news item
makes thi >- of tin
a wealthy Jew of venerable yeai 1
ha> donated two million dollars to
a great American Universitj a
very great ami very rich American
university. When I read the news
I could feel my heart missing a
beat.
*
1 believe that I know America
and the American people. I went
to Bchool and college with Amer-
: I have close and dear friends
among American liberals. It hap-
ain and a
- Amei ican clergy-
t" me, a consei
a Van
zuzah
.
And 1
I
i not

that Jewish n a

1
peoph
a little help. I I a faith.
Thi men on that ill,
lants ol th.- .'.
they ale i of I ':.<> felt
that they were not free whi
aved nor at liberty while
any were unjustly imp i
They would not take that money if
they knew. Why have we not si een
to it that they know ?
* *
As Tor ilthy Am
Jewish gentli men who pick this
lory for their great
>r 1 .1 ifi. .
for their vain oblations how -hall
we explain their Btate of mind.'
They are up to tl 1 111 the
Ghetto. In their subconsciousnesa
they do not believe in their human
or civic rights in the world. They
feel obscurely that they have to
buy these rights over an I over
again by propitiatory gestures and
propitiatory gifts. The language
. f those gifta is a stran r and al
aie languas 1
"Look, ii American fellow-
. 1 am an Amei ican an i
Amei u ..1 al I
'. l!ts ;. gifts. :
no I "in: 11 any ol her pe
. .. .: ds me to this
I martyred
i would ra k and
; Lmeri
." Ah,
.-.
I is 11
whisper implicit in these Riftsa
dreadful whisper: "And in the days
of persecution remember that 1
a ,1 out to you, 0 Americans. I
let my people sillier and sold out
. ." "Bi ';- no more vain
ons; incensx is an
tion unto me.'*
Society
. Janua y
1 :' a Beries of
Beach will be
Evans for the
\\
I.. .1. 1 lai tz
1
The first of the late Friday eve-public is invited t0 attend.
services will begin tonight a."
the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, when Rabbi Julius
Washer will preach on "Twenty-
one Hundred Years of Struggle for
1 principle." Cantor A. Teitel-
baum will chant the services and
lead the congregational singing.
I I.adii Auxiliary of the Con
a i n w ii! .-< iw n Ere shmenta
the service whi h be-
gin prompt 8:16 p. m. 'I lie,

i'hilco
Dclco
* RCA Victor
... r ;a
Auto and Hoiw
RADIOS
I'"-- 1 I' I'M.
HANSOM ROOFING CO.
BsUlbliihcd Since 1H14
. ; AND SHEET METAL CONTRA!
|ln All In Bram is i
328 N. E. I3th St. Phones 2-11
HBk
MUSA ISLE
Seminole Indian Village
OPEN' DAILY AND SUNDAY
Cor. 16th SI. and 2.1th Av.-.. N. \V.
GATOR WRESTLING HOIRLV
L0I
So often poor grades are not
the fault of the child. Before
you are harsh with your child
over a bad report, be sure the
light under which he has been
studying, has not been harsh
with him.
Studying under poor light often causes
headaches, nervousness and eyestrain.
These naturally affect a child's grades.
Don't gamble with your child's future.
Have the lighting in your home tested
with the Sight Meter that tells the amount
of light just as a thermometer tells tem-
perature. Call our nearest office for this
free service.
YOUR EYE SPECIALIST CAN TELL YOU HOW MUCH LIGHT YOU NEED
FOR YOUR EYES. LIGHT is NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR HIS SERVICES.
SEE THESE NEW SIGHT-SAVING LAMPS IN OUR SHOW-
ROOMS OR AT YOUR DEALERS
Only Approved
Lamps Can Boar
This Tag
FLOOR LAMPS
As low al S5.3S and
terms as low as 55c
down. 80c a month.
No carrying charges)
I c s
SPicmcA'iONS
As low as S3.95 terms as low as 41c
down. 59c a monm-
No carrying charges-