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Friday, December 11, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three 1*Jewish Floridlain rLOHDA-S ONLY %  KWIJH WKUU.T PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2978 New§ Tower Bid*. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-6304 EDITORIAL OFFICES: MI S. W. 16th ATU. Phon ,.,,„ J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. ClreuUUu Wanairr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Confidential Strictly Tidbit.. From Everywhere Enured • aeeond elau matter Julr 4. 19M. at the Poet Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of Marth 1. 1879. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Sia Montha One Year SUBSCRIPTION 81.00 82.00 FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1936 Vol. 9—No. 50 Shall We Fear?-The Lesson of Chanuka Shall we fear the very truth shall we be afraid to stand up and denounce that which is wrong; simply because some of our own are among the wrongdoers .? Chanuka pre-eminently stands out as the answer ... a handful of men imbued by the true spirit of our people detesting the wrongdoers among them the attempt to bring into our own Temple idolatry and everything despicable and abhorrent to our very faith this handful of men led first by the aged Mattathias and then by his gallant sons socn snowed that Jews do not fear the truth We know that we Jews are not to celebrate victories won by the sword ... we know that Peace is the very acme of our hopes yet we cannot help but exult ... we cannot but believe we are right when we celebrate not alone the kindling of the lights the cruse of miraculous oil but celebrate and observe as well the victory not of Judah against the Greeks but of the Maccabees against the traitors within their own ranks. Honest, law abiding, God fearing Jews fear not the truth they hesitate not even when their own are to he exposed In arriving at the truth one must not fear ... let this lesson of Chanuka battling for the right fearlessness because of one's convictions in the true cause that is the lesson which Chanuka teaches us certainly not a quiet, spineless unnatural submission BECAUSE OF FEAR. By PHINEAS J. BIRON Nazi Business Add to the growing list of antiSemitic outfits the Order of the Red Hearts It's an affiliate of the Ku Klux Klan and is organizing in New Jersey Headquarters are in Union City, once the main stamping ground of the Friends of the New Germany Movie exhibitors are bringing heavy pressure to bear on Will Hays, film czar, to get him to prevail upon Victor McLaglen to liquidate his Fascist military troop in California Boycott threats against McLaglen's pictures are being talked of ... A certain Philip Vogele, a New York Nazi, is acting as the agent for a lucrative business that the German government has worked up at the expense of the Jews German Jews who leave the Reich and want to sell their property can't do it except at sacrificial prices Vogele has a list of Germans in this country who want to sell their property here and go back to Germany With the help of the German authorities Vogele works out a trade between the Jews and the Germans Half the profits of these deals go to the Nazis the Jews, is of partly Jewish origin, we are told by Robert Gessner in "Some of My Best Friends Are Jews" MIAMI No stones have been left unturned by this tiroup of workers in their efforts to assure all a grand evening of entertainment. Nat Bluniberg, ticket chairman, appointed Mrs. Sam Shindel and Larry Schwartz to look after the sales of tickets for the Y. W. II. A. and Junior Division, respectively. NOTES IK HARRY SCHWARTZ Every one concerned with the tremendous job of carrying through our objective should realize that the success of our building undertaking is imperative. Exactly one week from this coming Sun day the "Y" will offer its outstanding presentation of the season, which is the Fifth Annual Ball to be held Sunday, December 20th. at the Civic Center Ballroom. In charge of this affair is Mr. E. Albert Pallot, assisted by cochairmen Milton Friedman, Arthur Blatt, Nat Blumberg, Louis Satan, Al Rosenfeld, Harry Blumin, Manny Tietler and Harry Schwartz. Jewish News A former publicity man for one of the biggest national Jewish organizations is now press-agenting for the Arab political committee in this country Dr. Chaim Weizmann is due in America in January He'll lie the big gun of the new United Palestine Appeal campaign The latest organization seeking funds to combat anti-Semitism is Prof. Morris Raphael C hen's Confe vn.e on Jewish Relations ... A group of prominent Jews are being approached to contribute $150,000 for a three-year program of fact-finding td dig up material on the position of the Jews in the modern world The material is to be used as ammunition against antiSemitic charges Wonder whether Professor Cohen and his associates know that Dr. Arthur Ruppin has already done the job they propose, in his masterful book, "The Jews in the Modern World" • Midtown New York is being treated to the sight of .. j sandwich man advertising Yiskor] and Kaddish services at the Tern-1 pie and Centre of Times Square, The rabbi of the Temple is Dr. Nathan Wolf, who makes the front pages every election day because lie's the only voter in his district You Should Know Rosa Ponselle's fiance, Carle A. Jackson, doesn't smoke in her presence for fear it might irritate her throat Didier Schwarz, the "Ivy Lee of Europe," is in this country on a secret mission for Baron Henri de Rothschild of Paris From the Federal Securities and Exchange Commission's reports we learn that the salaries of the four Manischewitz brothers of matzoh fame totaled $72,000 last year J. U. Manischewitz got the most, $24,000, and Max, the treasurer, got the least, $5,000 According to John Hix, author of "Strange As It Seems," Judah P. Benjamin, famous statesman and Secretary of War of the Confederacy, was a British citizen all his life Rose Wies Sahin. Boston soprano and dean of music in Staley College, Brooklyn, stopped the show at the Waldorf-Astoria party of the National Home for Jewish Children Buddy slyer, second baseman of the Washington Senators, is showing off his new-born son And the Philip Goldsteins of the Jewish agricultural settlement at Hightstown, N. J., are boasting of the first baby born there Jewish fans at the New York six-day bicycle race kept up a constant booing because of the Nazi flag that flew from the trackside quarters of Kilian and Vopel, the German pedal pushing team wing of the Zionist movement. Other speakers were Leon Gellman, president of Mizrachi, and Rabbi Jacob Levinson and Gedaliah Bublick, past presidents. Senator Copeland, who spent two weeks in Palestine last summer, said that England has so far failed in the maintenance of its mandate in Palestine that "there is no safety to life in the Jewish National Home." Greece Permits 11 Hours of Hebrew Weekly in Jewish Schools Saloniki (WNS)—A recent temporary decree prohibiting the teaching of Hebrew in Jewish schools throughout Greece has now been replaced by a formal law regulating school curricula which permits the teaching of Hebrew for eleven hours each week. The law also permits the teaching of French in Jewish schools, which had previously not been allowed. The government has also canceled a tax debt of 5,000,000 drachmas due it from the Jewish community. Rabbi Under Fire for Aiding Spanish Government A fine educational program was presented by the Women's Divisi "i last Tuesday, followed by dancing. Miss Jane'. Karasik conducted the program, assisted by Mr. Jules Wilson. Next Tuesday they artplanning a debate concerning Chanukah, ill charge of Mrs. Nat Blumberg. The Junior Division co-operated splendidly with Miss Sailye Rose of the Jewish Welfare Board by donating a large supply ot foods to be distributed to the needy. Starting the first of the year the Juniors will hold monthly dances at the Y clubrooms. With the winter visitors flocking into town daily the Y is making plans to have programs of vast interest to receive those who attend weekly. This and That Heiulrik Willem Van Loon's suggestion that Americans erect a statue to Felix Mcndelssohn-Bartholdy and keep it here until Germany has been cured of the Aryan jitters has brought him a flood ot checks from interested people But Van Loon has returned all the money pending the organization of a committee to carry out his idea A friend of ours who is a Hebrew scholar has shown us a book printed in Venice in 1547 which tells about a pair of Jewish Siamese twins who were born in Turkey According to this story DIM of the twins wanted to get married, but the other objected And the first died of anguish ... A few days later the other one also died ... If you have any tattoo marks on your body you can't be buried in an Orthodox Jewish cemetery The Bible ex. pressly forbids tattooing Josef Beck, the Polish foreign minister who is urging mass emigration of About People Carl von Ossietzky, Nobel Peace Prize winner, was brought into the peace movement in 1912 by Alfred Hermann Fried, the Austrian Jew who had won the Nobel Peace Prize the year before We're not boast.ng about it, hut Scotland Yard is reporloj to have in its archives what purports to be a copy of the birth certificate of the late Sir Basil Zaharoff show ng that he was born in Odessa of Jewish parents The copy was given to Scotland Yard by a raboi who claimed to have been present at Zaharoff's circumcision One of the ways in which fanatic Nazis determine a person's Aryanism bi to burn a strand of his hair If it curls you're no Aryan The Jewish Review of Rangoon is the newest Jewish paper in the Orient A. Herman, president of the Federation of Zionist Youth of Great Britain, revealed in a recent speech that Sir Oswald Mosley, England's number one Jew-baiter, once "helped open synagogues and Jewish schools" The Hebrew University in Jerusalem, youngest of universities, [g making use of Bcience's latest medium for mass education, the radio Dr. Noah H. Torcsyner, occupant of the Bialik chair in Hebrew at the University, broadcasts regularly on scholarly subjects from Palestine's new; radio station (Copyright, 1!','!''>. by Seven Alls Feat 1 2 Syndicate! Rock Island, 111. (WNS)—Under attack by the Hearst-owned TriCity Star because its director was among those sponsoring a local meeting to be addressed by delegates of the Spanish loyalist government, leaders of the Rock Island Jewish Center are reported to be considering dismissing Rabbi Albert Goldstein, the director. Rabbi Goldstein and 14 other local civic leaders have been bitterly assailed by the Hearst paper. It is reported that a group of non-Jews from Rock Island have appealed to Jewish leaders in Chicago to support Rabbi Goldstein and to urfje the Jewish Center authorities not to oust him. Ludendorff Attacks Roosevelt as "Servant" of Jews Berlin (WNS)—In a bitter attack on President Roosevelt General Erich von Ludendorff. veteran of the German anti-Semitic movement, described the president as "the servant of the Jews, Free Masons and Catholics," who is trying to do for America what the late Walt her Rathenau did for Go 1 llllilin IIHIIIIIIII minim it II E. GORDON Vice-President CARTER & WIXSOM Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 514 W. Flakier St. Phone 2-SI21 llllllllllimlllll llllllhllllHimilllillHIIIIHIIIIIIhllMI Jewish News Around the World Cl peiand Says I'. S. Should See to enforcement of Palestine Mandate CHANUKA GREETINGS MACK'S BAR AM) RESTAURANT ~X\ North .Miami Ave. HILLY McLEAN, Prop. The Conch King: Fine*! Kquipprd Rar and K. lam >nl in Miami Sea Fond. Chirk P. 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Friday, December 11, 1986 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Five Thoughts Ch an u k a By RAHBI A. AltUAHAM KELLNER In the history of every nation, cei tain definite patterns are discernible. Our nation, boasting one of the longest records of existence, reveals many a pattern worthy of note. It is only natural that our I extended continuity should produce traits which are peculiarly ours. These arc best judged through a close study of our national celebrations and communal observations. They colored the very texture of our lives and reflected in toto our evaluation of history. Every nation has its own way of commemorating events of importance. The Jewish religion being a way of life, naturally incorporated into its tenets celebrations of historical significance. Thus our prayers and customs, modes and manner of festivals are but pages of history translated into life. We commemorate our redemption from Egyptian bondage and we rejoice in celebration of the anniversary of our deliverance from the clutches of Hainan, We even recall our defeats and mourn on the ninth of Ab, but nowhere in the wide range of Jewish festive celebrations is there single remembrance of conquest and war, bloodshed and victory. On Shovous we recall joyously the giving of the Law but no day is set aside to honor the capture of the Land by Joshua. Again, we dance with the Law on Simehas Torah, but the glorious exploits of King David extending the boundaries of Palestine are not recorded in our religious calendar. There is a crying need today to view the current holiday of Chanukah in its proper perspective. The Feast of Dedication has suffered and is still suffering from the lack of understanding and appreciation of its true and proper motives. People still associate victories on the battlefield as the prime cause for these festivities. Nothing is further from the truth and nothing is in greater contradiction of the spirit of the Jew. Chanukah denotes a festive occasion for remembering the victorious march of the Maccabees; yet in the ritual of the Jew and in the hearts of our people, it is more than a celebration of conquests achieved in days of old. It is in finitely more than that. It is an expression of a people's appreciation and grateful blessing to OUT "G-d, King of the Universe, who wrought miracles for our fathers in days of old, at this season." Not a rowdy celebration to thank the God of War and Victory as other ancient peoples may have conceived it; hut a whole nation's humble thanksgiving and offering of gratitude to an Omnipotent All Gracious G-d, who in His loving kindness and mercy treated our Fathers wondrously and miraculously. Of special note is the circumstance that none of the victories of Judah Maccabee, remarkable as they were, are recorded for anniversary celebrations. Only the day the Temple was dedicated, whim the pure and undefiled light of our Law was rekindled, the day when Light dethroned Darkness is immortalized by the Jew. It is not the war hut the termination of bloodshed that is celebrated on Chanukah. Indeed, a great Rabbinic scholar once offered a significant interpretation of the term Chanukah itself. The words, "ho volunteers," imports the cessation of hostilities and the stoppage of human slaughter. He arrives at this conclusion by dividing the word Chanukah. to read: Chonukoh. "They have rested on the twenty-fifth." (The kah and the hai stand for twenty-five, the numerical evaluation of hebrew letters.)) Israel, then, records on Chanukah, its relief from war and horrors and its ability to dedicate itself once more to Temple and Service. Altar and Sacrifice; a glorification of Peace, not War. .Miss Hazel Abrams, Fern Goldberg and Jennie Sierkees of Tallahassee State College for Women were in Gainesville for the weekend. Esrick, Jane Esther Goldman and Phyllis Ann Weinstein. St. Petersburg Notes For the first time in St. Petersburg, Friday early evening services will be inaugurated in the real Orthodox fashion, at 5:15 o'clock. "Chanukah" will be the subject of the sermon of Rabbi Morris Baumel, at the Congregation, lOU'J Arlington avenue, north. A leading on Bar-Kochba will be presented by Audrey Rothblatt, a Hebrew school pupil, at the 8 o'clock services. Mr. and Mr Samuel Fyvolei.t enterta ned their family with a Thanksgiving dinner at their home. Among ,'.iose present were Mrs. Fyvolent's pa cuts, Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller, a. o her brothers, David, Louis and Eduard, and their families. After dinner they were entertained by Lowel Fyvolent with his violin. Phyllis Ann Weinstein was honored last Friday afternoon when her bother entertained at her home in observance of her eighth birthday anniversary. A delicious luncheon was served at I o'clock. The decorations were all in keeping with the Thanksgiv' ing motif and the luncheon table centered a high birthday cake with tall amber and green candles at either side. The children enjoyed a theatre party later in the afternoon. Mrs. Weinstein was assisted by Mrs. Al. Rubin. Guests were Sally Lee Rabin, Sheila Lynn Rubin, Sonya Marilyn Holiczer, Sandra M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661 Hotel Astor Washington at 10th St. MIAMI BEACH 70 rooms, each with bath; radio in every room; steam heated; spacious lobby, enclosed sun parlor, beautiful patio, free solarium. Reservations Now Accepted I). 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Friday, December 11, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven The World's Window By LUDWIG LEWISOHN "I DON'T WANT TO BE CALLED JEW" (This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted.) A foolish, confused young man has written a book. The book is not worth mentioning. But having i written a book the young man has published himself by the aid of a kind and intelligent but, as far as this matter is concerned, necessarily uninformed Christian publisher. Now what is worth remarking upon is the self which the brash young man succeeds in publishing and the physical mechanism with which that self now operates. He gives you his "trauma." "One day I ran from the street to my mother, and stood angrily before her, blue eyes burning with anger, blond hair tousled." Here we could end our analysis. That unemphatic emphasis on blond hair and blue eyes, that subtle comfort in his unJewish aspect, quite gives the young man away. From it, all he did and all he writes and all ha thinks could at once be developed. Self-negation and self-hatred lead to the death-wish for oneself as %  member of one's kind. But let us quote a little farther: "'Mother,' I demanded, 'why did you make me a Jew?' 'What has happened?' she j asked, astounded." Was the good lady, one wonders, really astounded? Maybe. She had "repressed" what was likely to happen to her small boy. Maybe she had trusted to a reasonably unJewish name and the aforesaid blond hair and blue eyes. Instead of bringing up her child in a Jewish atmosphere and so helping him initially to absorb the shock, she trusted subconsciously to the chance of his "passing." So she was "astounded." The Nordic name and appearance hadn't worked. Let us quote just a little farther. '"What is this word Jew they call me? I don't want to be called Jew. I want to be just Robert.' My mother gathered me in her arms and I cried bitterly, as a child broken for the first time." Of course the good lady told her small son that he ought to be proud to be a Jew. That, if I may bfl allowed to be vulgar, did a fat lot of good, that empty formula, after the child had been permitted to reach the age of articulateness here described without Jewish atmosphere, without Jewish beauty, without Jewish ceremony, memory, speech, folk-way, SHUL or temple, sabbath candles or Chanukah lights, or SEDER celebration. I bet, to be vulgar again, they gave the poor kid a Christmas tree. "I don't want to be called Jew." Now our young man is twentynine and he has written a book. He has written himself down. The book ought to be called: "I don't want to be a Jew." On the back of the publisher's dust-jacket is a reproduction of a photograph of the young man. Oh, ever so Nordic and determined-looking in a footballish, American-Legion sort of way. Even the nose seems to be O. K. But we'd have to have a profile photo to be quite sure. I suspect it's just the tiniest bit out of drawing from a strictly Nordic point of view. Too bad. And so—and so our young man started out into the wide, wide world to find out how not to be a Jew. He might just as well have stayed at home and whooped it up for Russo-Soviet assimilation and Jewish disappearance in the new melting-pot with the other boys and girls who hate themselves and their kind and want to disappear and "pass" and having seen the failure of all other and all previous assimilatory movements, all other suicidal leaps, hope and dream that J here at last is a way of getting rid of their Jewishness, of getting 1 id of themselves, of plunging deep and disappearing in the vast womb of the Russian people. Well, if that's the way they feel about it, all right. If they don't want to face the iron music of Jewish fate and tragic glory of Jewish functioning in the world, they needn't. All that falls off is offal. But they might spare us their specious and silly rationalizations. Our young man with the face and expression and attitude of a football hero might have spared us his spiritually hideous and shameful defamation of our rebirth and resettlement in Palestine; he might have spared us the filth and the slanders and the lies, and the misinterpretations. He might have spared us that. However, we have borne it all before and we are still here. There is nothing new—nothing. In the days of the Inquisition in Spain there was a Rabbi Joshua of Lorca. He became a Catholic and a priest. He was called Jerome de Santa Fe. He wrote a book to prove to the Jews that they were "perfidious," just like our young football hero. Jerome is said to have been responsible for the conversion (just how, one wonders) of 5,000 Jews to Christianity. He took part in the disputation of Tartosa. But the rabbis with whom he argued were unconvinced. Of course, they were unconvinced. The whole process is so transparent. If a man hates himself and hates himself for belonging to his people and so hates th<; fathers that begot and the mothers that bore him the thing is so profoundly diseased from a universal human point of view that it must of necessity immensely intensify the guilt-feeling that lurks at the bottom of every human consciousness. Then how can the man mitigate that dreadful feeling of guilt? By justifying his hatred. And how shall he justify his hatred? By slandering and blackening thy character of that which he hates, which in this case is the Jewish people. It is a "perfidious" people —"perfidious" in Spain of old, "perfidious" in Palestine today. It DESERVES to disappear—in the bosom of the Catholic Church of old, in the Russian melting-pot today. Note that this has in strict logic nothing whatsoever to do with the merits either of Catholic Christianity on its own ground or the merits of Russian Communism on its own ground. It has to do with nothing in the world except the psychology which never varies from age to age despite all variations of formal attitude and doctrine of the self-hating Jew, of the Jew who does not want to be called a Jew, of the Jew who has a deathwish for his people and himself. It's pretty bad. It's bad. too, from the point of view of our Gentile friends. The publisher of the young American Jew's book, for instance, may not immediately 3ee through the sorry business. But one day he may. And then he'll wonder why a Jew should be so furious against his own people and (Continued Page 10) A HAPPY CHANUKA E. A. EHMANN ARCHITECT Halcvon Arcade No. 4 May the Chanuka Lights Bring True Good Will Dade Commonwealth Title Co. Representing LAWYERS TITLE INSURANCE CO. Of Richmond, Va. ABSTRACTS—ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE The Oldest and Most Complete Plant in Dade County J. C. Coppinger, President M. L. Tatum, Vice-Pres. A. A. Simmon, Sec.-Treas. IN OUR OWN BUILDING 37 N. E. FIRST ST. 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Friday, December 11, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Nine Rebellion In Modin (Continued from Page 8) tightly about their bodies, they stood near the altar and surveyed the throng. Just as suddenly the murmur ceased. One of the Greeks had stepped before the altar and had begun to speak. No need to repeat that address —it had been heard before and has been heard many times since. In suave tones Apelles—for it must have been he—urged the Jews to accept the ways of the Greeks. In them was safety, in them friendship. Who would be the first to lay sacrifice before Zeus? There was a stir in the town side of the crowd and all eyes centered on a figure which now detached itself from the group. Bearing in his arms a small lamb and striving vainly to sink his head into his cloak, little Nahum moved slowly toward the altar. Fury broke forth. Things happened so quickly that the stunned crowd could not follow the succession of movements. Amid the shouting and the surging of a bewildered mob Apelles was vainly trying to call orders to his disorganized men. The first lull in the confusion saw Mattathias himself, his hair and beard awry, his white l'obc flecked with crimson, standing sword in hand above the mutilated bodj of Nahum. Then, amid renewed shrieking, his sons set upon the guards. The old man seemed possessed of maniacal strength, and his sword, already dripping with the blood of Nahum, now found lodgment in the body of Apelles. "Who is for the Lord?" he shouted. "Let him follow me!" Ten or more sprang forward in answer to Mattathias' call, and before the startled Greeks could recover themselves and begin the pursuit, the priest, his sons and their new-found followers were through the gate and gone. The villagers who remained >n the square stood wide-eyed and pale. Shimon, visibly shaken, set about caring for the body of Nahum. Tenderly he and a few others lifted and carried the corpse to a nearby stone bench, where Shimon covered it with his rain-drenched mantle. It was a hushed and horrified group that now crowded about. For quite a while they were silent. Finally one ventured to speak. "Why did he do it?" he asked. "Was it necessary?" Shimon's sunken eyes gleamed with an unwonted earnestness. "Killing is never 'necessary.' Surely not as a means of preserving our faith." He spoke slowly and softly, his voice striving to master his emotions. "Decrees and persecution, suffering will never destroy our people. If and when our end does come it will be through the violence we ourselves create. Through martyrdom Israel lives, through murder he flirts with doom." The next day, as they were burying -Nahum. word came that Mattathias and his hand had routed the Greek officials and pulled down the heathen altar at Gibeah. (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) ports of its national officers, and having noted the widespread cooperation that made possible the results obtained during 1936, records with satisfaction the debt it owes to the hundreds of Jewish communities throughout the United States which, by means of independent campaigns, combined fundraising efforts and through the medium of local welfare funds and community chests, shared in the rebuilding of the Jewish National Home during the current year; it voices with appreciation the obligation it owes to the English-Jewish press of the United States which, throughout the year and not merely during periods of fund-raising, has served as the most effective medium of bringing to the Jewish public a constant picture of the growth and needs of the Yishub and of the Jewish masses striving for settlement in Palestine." at a conference of leaders of Protestants, Jews and Catholics held here under the auspices of the National Committee on Welfare and Religious Recovery. Reports presented to the conference showed that these donations now come to 2.18 per cent of taxable income. If the program is realized these donations would amount to the whole 15 per cent of income that is exempt from taxation if given to charity. Bishop William T. Manning, who addressed the conference's luncheon, warmly praised the program and said "we live in a land where men and women of different races and religious convictions live together as fellow citizens in friendship, brotherhood and mutual respect. And I venture to say that nowhere in our land, or in the world, is that spirit of fellowship between different groups stronger than here in this great metropolitan city of New York. Any man who is anti-Jewish in his acts or feelings is at the same moment anti Christian." 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Friday, December 11, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Eleven Society Kabbi A. Abraham Kellner will %  peak at the late Friday evening services tonight on "God's Warriors." following which the usual question box will be held. Following the services a reception will be held in the vestry rooms of the j synagogue with the Ladies' Auxi, liary as the hosts. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. At 3:80 p. m. the Talmud class' will meet, with Rabbi Kellner in charge* This will be followed by; Minosha services at 4:30, the Shalosh Sauda at 5 o'clock followed by Manriv. • • • Kabbi and Mrs. Kellner are now in their new home at 215 S. W. 19th Rve. and may be reached by calling 3-5192. • Bnai Brith Lodge will hold an important meeting next Wednesday evening, December 16th, at 8 o'clock in Beth David Talmud Torah Hall when election of officera will be held. All members are urged to attend. The two contested offices are Treasurer and a Trustee and it is expected that this will result in a largo number of! n.emoers attending. Reports of the coming meeting of the Executive Board of the Order will be given. At a meeting of the Arrangements committee of the Bnai Brith Executive Board conference it was announced that for the first time in the history of the Order of Bnai Brith the Executive Board composed of the heads of each of the District Grand Lodges, headed by Alfred M. Cohen, international president of the B'nai B'rith and the other Supreme Grand Lodge offi, cers, will meet away from National headquarters of the order. According to present plans a class initiation for the more than two hundred and fifty new members will be held on Wednesday evening, January 20th. at which some of the most important Jewish leaders in the country will be heard. On Thursday night, January 21st, a banquet will be tendered to the Grand Lodge officers with some of the most prominent non-Jews in the country as guests of honor. The banquet will be limited to members of ihe order and reservations will begin soon. Only seven hundred gunsta can be accommodated with every indication pointing to more than one thousand reservations being requested. Full details will appear in an early issue. Itabbi Max Shapiro, president of the Greater Miami Zionist District, presided at the monthly cultural meeting of the organization last Monday night at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. Sgt. Ed Melchen of the Miami Police Department, •.v ho recently returned from Germany, gave his observations on conditions in that country. Harry Simonhoff, former president of the district, delivered an interesting talk on Justice Louis D. Brandeis and Zionism. Music was played by the Drucker trio. Members of the local Administrative Board were elected during a short business meeting. Announcement was made that the next meeting, to be held the first Monday in January, would feature memorial addresses and tributes to the memory of the late Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, and Mr. Harry I. Lipton, a past president of the Zionist District. A number of new members were enrolled during the evening. • • Beginning Tuesday night and lasting throughout the entire week of Chanuka the local Zionist District in cooperation with the Zionist of the entire country are sponsoring a "Louis D. Brandeis membership campaign" during which time those not in the Zionist ranks are asked to enlist as a special tribute to the recent eightieth birthday anniversary of Justice Brandeis. At Beth Jacob Congregation the children of the Sunday school will lie presented in a play sponsored by the Sunday school faculty. Mr. Al. Louis Mechlowitz is principal of the Sunday school with Cantor Maurice Mamches in charge of the general work. In addition to the play there will be singing and recitations by the children. Following the program the Sisterhood will serve refreshments. • • mence educational and cultural activities Saturday afternoon, December 19th, at 1059 Collins avenue, and will continue meetings every Saturday through the seaThe Group, Miami Beach Literary and Social Society, will cornson. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author and lecturer, is chairman. Max Herzfeld, Brooklyn attorney, is vice-chairman, Charles H. Lee, well known astronomer, is secretary. The program committee includes Dr. I. Spectorsky, formerly educational director of the Educational Alliance of New York, chairman; Mark H. Dix, retired, and Dr. Elias Freidus. This winter's program will start with a course of lectures on the Life and Philosophy of Benedict Spinoza. 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Friday, December 11, 1936 Society THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Thirteen The Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold its regular meeting :it the Alcazar Hotel Roof on Monday, December 14th, at 2:30 p. m. This will be preceded by a board meeting at 12:30. An interesting program will be presented during the afternoon, with Mrs. Isidor Weinstein, program chairman, in charge. Mesdames James Kopelowitz, Joe Deckowitz, Max Pepper, Henry D. Williams, Harry Marcus, Herbert Simon and Isidor Weinsti'in will be presented in a play, "Life Begins Anew." Rosemary (ierson will sing a number of selections. Hadassah members and friends, particularly visiting Hadassah members, are urged to attend. eral food business and operating Irving's Food Store at Monticello, NY., is associated with Mr. Max Trachtenberg who has had seventeen years experience in the general food line in Monticello. Both have established enviable reputations in their long years of experience in the business for fair dl al. ing and excellent service. The public is extended a cordial invitation to visit the store and avail themselves of the special prices offered during the opening days. n a wide economic and political front. Notables of the Arab city of Jaffa conferred on the status of the Jaffa port, the Arab bank, and discussed plans for an anti-Jewish boycott. They also attempted to win over the wealthy Arabs who have been reluctant to contribute to the Arab higher committee'war chest. Another outbreak of Arab violence occurred when a military patrol was attacked by armed Aral s Modern Kosher Market Opens Opening yesterday, the Trachtenberg and Frank Kosher Food Market at 1323 Washington ave., Miami Beach, next to Sears and Roebuck store, served several hundred customers in one of the most modernly equipped kosher markets in the entire area. This is the first Jewish kosher market in the north section of Miami Beach and is equipped with the latest fixtures in its kosher meat and all other departments, with the latest equipment and refrigeration possible. A complete stock, including the finest of fancy groceries, delicatessens both imported and domestic, dairy foods of the finest, fresh fruits and vegetables, appetizers imported and domestic, pastries, breads and cakes, and choice western strictly kosher beef, veal and lamb, and fresh killed kosher poultry is offered the general public at reasonable prices. The most discriminating housewife can have her i choice at this market, with delivery j free. Mr. Irving Frank, for the past 25 years engaged in the genj Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) An intensive campaign to mobilize the Arab population for a war against the Jews and the British government in Palestine is now being carried on by the Arab higher committee, which is seeking to rais


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Pagr Fou THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAX Friday, December 11, 1935 Jewish News Around the World llrganned Vrah Kand> Nn tVrup> Jr h. I hnMian I nd> \ v. nfg %  Arah a.-. 1 v .-.•. • VTI^ ; %  > %  • .•,{*:•>: .'••> an.: Chn>i>a• %  .• M M M • No* i >. .. .•:' '.*TV -: mx, \V:. :.> %  *•.>. ... •.;... 1 MM 1 N \ %  >> < :•-. %  "i Beaut* xilon %  0> > • -_ 1 %  GEO. L DKOX J6 mann onpace^ them in lenjrthy HWMIH w .' t i >h JOIMMD, tre*s ITN Hi Law r'i>; ;>ipvWUMl, S potto* la %  .eoncra'.. h\f appeared hfNn MM r.-ya'. WMBtoaiMh Sut the *> a*M in >-mfr Ma i xH c m tif *> |t*Ml as t••. \*\S' Thr anv.u* y-.r.- '. r.iar xround Pas* has ma.ir .1* ar.•..•;x>>.. I IStJMI %  All the elements of poprom were at hand and the Christian populace was in an ugly mood when the jrirl returned, thus allaying the situation. Roumanian Premier Pledpes Equalit* to All Minorities Georg Tatarescu gave assurances that Roumania would accord equal rights to all minorities, regardless of their language or religion. Recalling that Roumania had suffered persecution too long to persecute other peoples, the premier emphasized that his government was pledged to protect minority rights. Chief Rabbi Xiemerower, who is a senator, and Dr. WilH am Filderman, president of the Union of Roumanian Jews, represented the Jewish community, and voiced the loyalty of the Jewish population to Roumania. Bucharest iWN.OAddressing a spoeial session of parliament on the oo.-asior of the ltth annive r amrj ,%  :he annexation to Rouman -mor Hungarian province of Transylvania. Premier OTTO K. WEBER :-:-.!!rti Tub am 1* W.shes v'hanuka MOONEY IKON WORKS 1239 N. NX. tHk St. PIMWM BEST WISHES for a HArPY CHANUKA BEN J. KINCAID Life Insurance and Annuities 404 First National Bank Bldr Phone :-('T21 Good Will and Reliable Work Our Greatest Asset HAROLD'S GARAGE Complete Car and Truck Sen-ice 57 N. E. TWENTIETH ST. IXUKA GREETINGS THE J. H. HAGOODCO. 701 N. E. Second Ave. Ph.---. %  CHWl K \ T BEST WISHES • -r.uka BON TON CLEANERS ISt W. Flakier St. 857 X. XV. Eiflh A*e. RARCELON \ TK V ROOM 1). v. GODWIN v V CORA! WAY h DRY Cl E LNERS • *' V ;. ALBERTS IRAGE R SINCERE 15 HINTERLYON rated EXERAI tGEXT PhMK -Ml AMI. F %  • MBS M P LEHMAN OVERSTREET GROCERY CO. 11CS& W. 17th Ave. 1 1 S • i C.F.KE1DEL MIAMI BEACH JEMPLOTMEVT SERVICE' TOCOJTS 'EV.I.MYMENT SERVICE-. %  R %  1 x'. YS ADAMS \ITY SHOP %  -—5 :KJ. $ r %  -~e-s Reni-k:rt H A M LI N 5TW> tSN. Mini Avt %  > -, %  5 rR. K N \ ntfExi SC.\ES CARBON PROBLEMS SHAW BROTHERS s \ ran wacmm • V^RIPK INC



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Friday, December 11, 1936 Society THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN The annual membership campaign of the Jewish Welfare Bureau netted 109 new members in the first three days. Because of the inability to reach a large num!>er of prospects the campaign, which was to have ended yesterday, will be continued for several more days. In charge of Messrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and Henry Nadelweiss as co-chairmen. • • An original contest in which participants expressed their opinions dn current world problems featured the dinner meeting of Junior Hadassah last Monday evening at the Palatial Restaurant. The winners were Miss Selma Yarchar, Miss Doris Rubin and Miss Ida Laskin. Miss Audrey Cutler presented a reading, and after dinner Mrs. Sol Katz, chairman, conducted a questionnaire. Miss Vivienne Jacobs, hospitality chairman, greeted the visitors. The next meeting will be held on December 28 and will have as its theme the Chanuka holidays. All arrangements have now been completed, according to Mr. T. W. l.uckett, division passenger agent of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, .Miami, for the special Inaugural train which will carry a host of dignitaries to Tallahassee, where the governor's inaugural ceremonies will take place on January 5th, 1937. According to the present setup, the party will board the Seaboard special train in Jacksonville, the evening of January 4th, and will leave there at 9:30 p. m., arriving in Tallahassee at 2:25 a. m., morning of January 5th, where the special sleeping cars will le set out and can be occupied until 8 a. m. There will be one big day in Tallahassee, after which the party will again board the special train, at present scheduled to lea-e Tallahassee at 1:34 a. m., morning of January Gth. Arrangements have been made to place the sleeping cars on the special train, and have them ready for occupancy by 10 p. m., at Seaboard depot the night of January 5th, the train arriving at Jacksonville at 7 a. m., January 0th. Mr. l.uckett advises that this train will carry sufficient sleeping cars to carry all who may j desire to participate in the inaugural ceremonies, and for those who do not care for the sleeping car accommodations, there will also be plenty of coaches available. All persons who desire to make this trip should call on the Seaboard Air Line Railway's ticket office at 125 E. Flagler st., telephone 2-8161, as soon as possible in order to lie sure to secure their required ac(ommodations. Tampa Netes At Rodoph Sholon Congregation the Sunday school children will give an operetta, "The Hashmonians," and a "Play Pictures Out of the Past," Sunday at 8 p. m Those who will take part: Albert Aronovitz, Herbert Feinberg, Henry Finman, Walter Weber, Donald Swerdlin, Irwing Buchman, Joice Lutz, Eleanor Rosenthal, Hershy Weiss, Marvin Aronowitz, Alfred Aronowitz, Isaac Dayan, Bernice Ichil, Edith Elozory, Ina Gotler, Sylvia Haimovit, Howard Feinberg, Eddie Weissman. Those in the chorus: Leba Segal, Beryl Soloman, Joan Perlman, Jacklyn Weber, Tanya Wohl, Barbara Einbinder, Patty Perlman, Adriene Blumberg, Cyle Einstein. Zelda Elozory, recitation; Lois Shear, vocal solo; Lionel Elozory, violin solo; Evelyn Bernstein and Gloria Bokor, dance. The program will be given in the school rooms of the Rodoph Sholom synagogue. The Ladies' Auxiliary will distribute candy and presents to the teachers and the children of the Sunday school. Page Fifteen Misses Dena Peckett, Florence Abramovitz and Shirley Scadron spent the week-end at Gainesville attending the Fall Frolics. Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine have moved from their former home and are now residing at 901 S. Rome ave. Miss Paulyne Leibovitz was hon. ored recently at a bridge shower given at the Crickett by Mrs. Fred Lebos, Miss Lucille Rosenberg and Miss Mildred Simovitz. About sixty guests attended. Miss Millie Silverman was hom-r guest recently at a Chinese dinner given at the Cameo tea room by Mrs. I.eo Isaac. her marriage on Thanksgiving day was Miss Sylvia Silverman of Norfolk. Cut prizes were awarded to Mrs. Alex Bokor and Mrs. Larry Waltzer. On Sunday morning, December 13, a Chanukah play will be given by the children of Temple Schaari Zedek at the Temple. Y. M. H. A. On Sunday evening, December 13, at 8:30 o'clock, a "Stunt Night" will be given under the direction of Miss Gertrude Michael. The various Jewish organizations will sponsor a "stunt," skit or program. Prizes will be awarded for the best performances. The public is invited to attend. Nation's Best Dirt Track Drivers At Florida Fair TAMPA (WNS) — Automobile races, in which more than a score of the nation's best dirt track drivers will compete for cash, will make up the initial program at the Florida State Fair on Tuesday, January 26, it was announced here today. Sanction for the speed program has been granted by the International Motor Contest Association of Des Moines, Iowa, and J. Alex Sloan, veteran Chicago promoter, will have charge of the program. Mrs. Oscar Poller entertained recently at a luncheon and bridge party in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Maurice Levine, who before IT IS A PLEASURE TO GREET YOU ON CHANUKA J B. IBWIN TERMITE EXTERMINATION SPECIALIST Inspection Without Charge 3925 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Coral Gables PHONE 1-4305 MAURICE LEVIN Announces the FORMAL OPENING OF The PRESIDENT Hotel 1423 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 5-2991 DECEMBER 13th "WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS" %  HIIIMIIlHIIIIHIMIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIinUllllllllllllllliillMllllillltlll'llt-IIMIMIIMIMIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIHIIIItllllltHIIIIIIHtllllllllllllltin IIIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIIIIH IT IS A PLEASURE TO GREET YOU ON CHANUKA O RUBIN'S BODY AND FENDER WORKS DUCO PAINTING—WRECKS REBUILT—TOP AND BODY WORKS NO MONEY DOWN EASY PAYMENTS 1806 N. E. Ba.vshore Court Phone 2-6611 May the Lights of Chanuka Bring True GOOD WILL MERRY-GO-ROUND 8600 BISCAYNE BLVD. "Miami's Exclusive Night Spot" -,nit iiniiiiMiiiiii in.iin II.II liiiiiiiu. Minim tinillltlllltlllillMllllimillllMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIHI OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA DRINK PAR-T-PAK A NEHI Product NEHI BOTTLING CO. 540 N. W. Twenty-fourth Street S. A. Freel Distributing Co., Inc. Exclusive Distributors for BEST FOODS — NEW Nl'COA HELLMAN'S MAYONNAISE—SHEFFORD FINE CHEESES KEEBLER OVEN FRESH CRACKERS N. E. 30th St at First Ct. Phone 2-2141 m „i „,„,,, inn ifViiiifiiiiui'itiiiiii'iiiiii.ii muiiiiiii IIIIIMI mi"! inn iimiimmiimii miiiiwi' IT IS A PLEASURE TO GREET YOU ON CHANUKA o i Jiiiinii inmiiiiiiiiiiii i II "" '"""""""I GREETINGS Insist on the Famous j OLD UNION | Original 6% Beer The beer that has no equal —the beer with a real body and a genuine aged-in-thewood flavor. iimmllim' Not harsh, not bitter; smooth as silk. Call for Old Union—on sale everywhere. "Enjoy beer at its best." IZZY GOLDSTEIN of the STATE LEATHER CO. 427 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-1511 Dijtributora of WHITE ACE SHOE CLEANER "The Aristocrat of White Polish" i i i minim mim I mil" I I < > I I "" 1 '""•'" IT IS A PLEASURE TO GREET YOU ON CHANUKA TINGLE PAINT CO. 49 S. W. First Street Phone 2*5012 MIAMI'S MOST EXCLUSIVE PAINT STORE Florida's Largest Selling Bottled Beer "It's. Flavor Controlled" Distributed locally by Cku, L. Gabriel Distributors, | Q BISCAYNE BLVD. Inc. Phone 2-0B62 llll'lllimilllHIIMIMIIHHMIIIHIIIl LIIIHIIIIII • GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES ON CHANUKA KEYSTONE COURT TOURIST CAMP 6307 N. E. SECOND AVENUE 3.200 Trailer spaces with a'l facilities. Electrical connections, pure water, modern toilets, showers, laundry, community hall, cafe, store; $2 to $2.50 per week. Also 61 cabins, $1 to $2.50 per day



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Pagu So THF JFW1SH Fl.ORlOlAN Friday, December ll, 1936 Davtona Beach Notes :\. :: S.v .<:> -.'" :v '.t'.i x: : -<• %  m I I >."' -• *r i Sur.iay .... S at tin S x J -> s • .. S S ... • : %  < -. • S t: F i -. %  • %  -• %  .. -. 1* ftSMM %  • %  s %  hall and tables will was asked for, and those who ..keena and bingro. wished to donate were asked to I call the Jewish Center or Mrs. M,.. ::. The proceed* 0 f the sale D Br Ml street. J fc us d for a %  %  ** a The nest busniw seas;-. Rummage held en January 6. ... • I t S : -. Jacksonville New %  M5.POST -" •^KC^?^"' '"^ IITIHSIEST %  %  L v x l TIIIIICIIIEIS ~* H IICIIC HUT ;:r s s ; '-£ S-8 SEASON MIAMI'S FRitHDLY RACECOURSE -ggfi .WE NOW OPEN! DEDICATE THE FINEST MODERN KOSHER FOOD MARKET IN MIAMI BEACH TO THE SERVICE OF ALL THE PEOPLE 1 DELICATESSEN -%  — >.T:C< >—>st-: r >.tit" :i %  \ complete hn* of Kosher I*ei.catesser and Faro Groceries, including -;r> rarktj .. Make Her Choice With Ease Sa-irdy Kosher We>:ens Meals. $prl*£ Lamb and Veal and Choice Fresh EM Kossher Ter.r>es?ee Pouhrv OTI OWN BRE\D>. CAKES AND PASTRIES TRACHTENBERG and FRANK 1323 Washington Ave. KOSHER FOOD >L\RKET Phone 54306 Miami Beach


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Vol. 9No. 50
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. I93i
Price Five Cent*
An Open Letter
Air. Adolph Dauni,
< <> Daum's Kosher Market, Miami.
and National Kosher Market,
Miami Beach.
Mr. Hyman Waldorf.
c Star Kosher Market, Miami.
Mr. Max Dauni,
United Kosher .Market. Miami.
I .i-nl ii-iin ii :
It appears that a letter addressed
to each of y reached you, did not receive a re- ;
ply. It concerned a matter that is
important to me, because after all
is said and done. I am a Jew.
There are also others, many of
them, who would also like to read
your reply to the letter sent you. ,
Since I received no reply to a |
private letter, perhaps an open let-
ter may produce better results.
Perhaps in the very beginning I
should recall to you the fact that
believing you were KOSHER and
sold only strictly KOSHER meats, ;
I had the pleasure of purchasing
both meats and poultry from you.
I did not complain about the price!
because I know that we Jews who ,
really cared for Kosher meats and j
poultry were expected to pay more
than our non-Jewish friends. As a
customer of each of you, certainly I
you should want to help me in mat- |
ters concerning the purchases 1
have made from you in the past
and those I had hoped to make
from you in the future.
Vou are, all of you, pretty sen-
sible menbusiness menand I'm j
sure you will not try to hide the
facts from me. As Jews, you and
I know that if the merchandise you
sold me was TREIFAH and NON-
KOSHER the next step for me Ij]
to take and destroy all my fleishige
dishes. Frankly I don't want to do
thisit's too expensive. Yet as an
observant Jew I am forced to do
this.
Now let's be frank, Mr. Adolph
Daum. Mr. Hyman Waldorf and
Mr. Max Daum, I sent you a ques-
tionnaire just a short time ago
which when fully answered will tell
mewill tell the entire world in
real plain wordsthe truth, the
entire truth, and nothing else re-
garding your meats and poultry
yes, it will enable meit will en-
able all of your customers to find
out whether you have been telling
the whole truth about the Kashrus
of your produ< Is. If you have been
honest with me and the rest of
your customers, including some
kosher restaurants, then you have
nothing to hidewhy then neglect
to replywhy hide the trues??
If, on the other hand, you have
not been playing square with me
and the rest of your customers .
if you have been giving me and the
rest non-kosher meats ... if you
have done wrong why not come
out and tell us all the entire truth?
My dear gentlemen, you. Mr.
Adolph Daum, you, Mr. Hyman
Waldorf, you, Mr. Max Daum:
Come clean come honest
don't make me believe that you
have not been what you claimed to
Pro-Nazi Forces
Are Rebuked
"Latke Party" Tropical Park
Sunday Night Opens Monday Sponsor Dance
Beth David to
One of the gala events of this
turning week is the annual Cha-
nukn party sponsored by the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation at the
Y. M. H. A. clubrooms next Sun-
day evening, December 13th, begin-
ning at 8 o'clock. Hostesses for the
evening are Mesdanies I. Rosengar-
ten. Jack Hirsch. Moe 1'allot and
J. L. Shochet. A feature of the
evening will be the serving of a
supper with Chanuka "latkes" as
the main dish. Other refreshments
will also be served during the eve-
ning. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores with two turkeys as the
grand prizes. The public is urged
to attend as the entire proceeds
will be used for the Talmud Torah
supported by the organization.
be ... I don't want to lose the con-
fidence I had in you until now .
Of course, it will he only natural
for me, for all of the Jewish cus-
tomers you have had those you
have now ... to believe that you
are hiding something from all of
us regarding the kashrus of your
meats and poultry, if you fail to
answer.
Won't you relieve all of our
minds won't you tell us all of
the truth by answering the ques-
tionnaire I sent you just a short
time ago?
Sincerely,
THE EDITOR.
^n Monday, December 14th.
Tropical Park will open the Miami
lacing season with a twenty-six
days' meet. Some of the finest
thoroughbreds in the country have
been brought and are stabled at \
the track, insuring the patrons a |
season replete with action. The of-1
ficials have been retained with the
exception of the steward represent-
ing the State Racing Commission,!
who will this year be Charles W.
Cone of Tallahassee. "Tropical
Park is proud of its official fam-
ily," declared Mr. William Vincent
Dwyor, manager director of the I
Gables Racing Association. We be- ;
lieve that in scope of operations,
breadth of experience and in na-'
tional prominence that few tracks
can boast of as strong a band of
officials.
Frank Schuyler, prominent a -
countant of Miami, holds the dual j
position of general manager and
director of mutuels. The Ameri-
can all-electrical totalizator will
be used at the Park.
To insure keen competition Mr. I
Dwyer will award gold watches
worth five hundred dollars to the |
leading trainer nnd leading jockey |
at the close of the twenty-six day ;
meet.
Tropical Park, under the man-
agement of Mr. Dwyer, has grown
every year and has attracted the
finest racing stables, trainers and
jockeys in the country and has al-
ways pleased its patrons. It is due
lleih David Congregation is
and festival next Sunday evening,
December 13th, at the Royal Palm
Club beginning at o'clock. In
charge of arrangements is a com-
mittee consisting of Messrs. Jack
August, Nat Zulku, H. H. Fair and
Louis Hayman. In addition to the
usual dancing and floor show a
number of special features have
been prepared for the entertain-
ment of the guests. Proceeds will
go to the Talmud Torah fund of
the Congregation. The public is
cordially invited to attend.
HOUSTON, Tex. (WNS) A
smashing rebuke t" Avery Brun-
dage, chairman of the American
Olympic Committee, and to the
'orces that favored American par-
ticipation in the Berlin Olympic
Games, was administered by the
annual convention of the Amateur
Athletic Union of the Unit d states
u hi n it i Ii cted Jei em ah T. Ma-
honey president over Patrick J.
Walsh of New York, Brundage's
candidate, by a vote of i'.'i' 8-7 to
127 1-7. Mahoney resigned the
presidency at last year'.- conven-
tion when the A. A. I'. failed to
vote against sending an American
team to Berlin. Lest there lie any
doubt as to the real meaning of
the crushing defeat of Brimdage,
whose handling of the Olympic
team and pro-Nazi attitude on his
return from Germany had created
a storm of protest, the convention
adopted Mahoney's recommenda-
tion to name Ernest Lee lahncke
as one of the clelegates-at-large to
the A. A. U. for 1887. Mr. .lahncke,
one of the three American mem-
bers of the International Olympic
Committee, militantly opposed
American participation in the Ber.
'in Olympic. At the last meeting
of the International Committee
.lahncke was replaced by Brun-
jdage. Jack Rafferty of Houston,
who with Mahoney led the anti-
Nazi forces last year, was elected
first vice-president.
The convention ratified applica-
tions for allied membership from
the Junior Chamber of Commerce
I of the United States and the Cath-
olic Youth Organization, but ta-
bled similar applications from the
Jewish War Veterans and the
Ukrainian Youth League pending
their institution of athletic activi-
ties.
Nazi Pagans
Fight Christians
Berlin (WNS)Nazi pagans are
demanding that the Nuremberg
laws be applied to Christianity,
"that Jewish religion," an anony-
mous Franconian pastor told a ca-
pacity congregation in St. Muth-
ew'a Church, the largest Protes-
tant congregation in Munich. Sum-
moned secretly by word of mouth
to hear about Nazi persecution of
Catholics and Protestants, the con-
gregat-:on was told by the pastor
that in many parts of Germany
Bible pictures are being torn down
from schoolroom walls and replaced
with anti-Semitic cartoons from
Julius Stretcher's papers.
to excel this splendid record dur-
ing this meet.
Hungarian Jews
Ask Premier's Aid
New York (WNS)A plea to
Premier Koloman Daranyi of Hun-
gary to take immediate steps to
put an end to anti-Semitic agita-
tion :n his country and to aid tho
Jews there economically was voiced
in a resolution adopted at the third
annual convention of the Associa-
tion of Hungarian Jews in Amer-
ica. Dr. Simon Miller, vice-presi-
dent of the association, reported
that the Jews of Budapest had
failed to erect a tablet to Dr. Theo-
dor llerzl in the synagogue built
by Budapest Jewry in honor of the
10,000 Jews who died while fight-
ing for Hungary in the world war.
The convention elected the follow-
ing officers: Dr. Max Krause, hon.
I orary president; Alexander Alt-
I man. president; Herman Quittman,
chairman of the board of directors;
j Samuel B. Ohlbaum, Albert Fa*.-
| kasc, N. Schneeweis, Lewi?
Schwartz and Simon Miller, vice-
presidents; Dr. Alex Klein, treas-
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Vol. 9No. 50
Shall We Fear?-The Lesson of
Chanuka
Shall we fear the very truth shall we be afraid to
stand up and denounce that which is wrong; simply because
some of our own are among the wrongdoers .?
Chanuka pre-eminently stands out as the answer ... a
handful of men imbued by the true spirit of our people .
detesting the wrongdoers among them the attempt to
bring into our own Temple idolatry and everything despicable
and abhorrent to our very faith this handful of men led
first by the aged Mattathias and then by his gallant sons .
socn snowed that Jews do not fear the truth .
We know that we Jews are not to celebrate victories
won by the sword ... we know that Peace is the very acme
of our hopes yet we cannot help but exult ... we cannot
but believe we are right when we celebrate not alone the
kindling of the lights the cruse of miraculous oil but
celebrate and observe as well the victory not of Judah against
the Greeks but of the Maccabees against the traitors
within their own ranks. Honest, law abiding, God fearing
Jews fear not the truth they hesitate not even when
their own are to he exposed .
In arriving at the truth one must not fear ... let this
lesson of Chanuka battling for the right fearlessness
because of one's convictions in the true cause that is
the lesson which Chanuka teaches us certainly not a
quiet, spineless unnatural submission BECAUSE OF FEAR.
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Nazi Business
Add to the growing list of anti-
Semitic outfits the Order of the
Red Hearts It's an affiliate
of the Ku Klux Klan and is or-
ganizing in New Jersey Head-
quarters are in Union City, once
the main stamping ground of the
Friends of the New Germany .
Movie exhibitors are bringing
heavy pressure to bear on Will
Hays, film czar, to get him to pre-
vail upon Victor McLaglen to liq-
uidate his Fascist military troop
in California Boycott threats
against McLaglen's pictures are
being talked of ... A certain Philip
Vogele, a New York Nazi, is act-
ing as the agent for a lucrative
business that the German govern-
ment has worked up at the expense
of the Jews German Jews who
leave the Reich and want to sell
their property can't do it except at
sacrificial prices Vogele has a
list of Germans in this country
who want to sell their property
here and go back to Germany .
With the help of the German au-
thorities Vogele works out a trade
between the Jews and the Germans
. Half the profits of these deals
go to the Nazis .
the Jews, is of partly Jewish ori-
gin, we are told by Robert Gessner
in "Some of My Best Friends Are
Jews" .
MIAMI
No stones have been left unturned
by this tiroup of workers in their
efforts to assure all a grand eve-
ning of entertainment.
Nat Bluniberg, ticket chairman,
appointed Mrs. Sam Shindel and
Larry Schwartz to look after the
sales of tickets for the Y. W. II. A.
and Junior Division, respectively.
NOTES
IK HARRY SCHWARTZ
Every one concerned with the
tremendous job of carrying through
our objective should realize that
the success of our building under-
taking is impera-
tive. Exactly one
week from this
coming Sun day
the "Y" will of-
fer its outstand-
ing presentation
of the season,
which is the Fifth
Annual Ball to be held Sunday,
December 20th. at the Civic Center
Ballroom.
In charge of this affair is Mr.
E. Albert Pallot, assisted by co-
chairmen Milton Friedman, Arthur
Blatt, Nat Blumberg, Louis Satan,
Al Rosenfeld, Harry Blumin, Man-
ny Tietler and Harry Schwartz.
Jewish News
A former publicity man for one
of the biggest national Jewish or-
ganizations is now press-agenting
for the Arab political committee
in this country Dr. Chaim
Weizmann is due in America in
January He'll lie the big gun
of the new United Palestine Ap-
peal campaign The latest or-
ganization seeking funds to com-
bat anti-Semitism is Prof. Morris
Raphael C hen's Confe vn.e on
Jewish Relations ... A group of
prominent Jews are being ap-
proached to contribute $150,000 for
a three-year program of fact-find-
ing td dig up material on the posi-
tion of the Jews in the modern
world The material is to be
used as ammunition against anti-
Semitic charges Wonder
whether Professor Cohen and his
associates know that Dr. Arthur
Ruppin has already done the job
they propose, in his masterful
book, "The Jews in the Modern
World" Midtown New York is
being treated to the sight of .. j
sandwich man advertising Yiskor]
and Kaddish services at the Tern-1
pie and Centre of Times Square,
. The rabbi of the Temple is
Dr. Nathan Wolf, who makes the
front pages every election day be-
cause lie's the only voter in his
district .
You Should Know
Rosa Ponselle's fiance, Carle A.
Jackson, doesn't smoke in her pres-
ence for fear it might irritate her
throat Didier Schwarz, the
"Ivy Lee of Europe," is in this
country on a secret mission for
Baron Henri de Rothschild of
Paris From the Federal Secu-
rities and Exchange Commission's
reports we learn that the salaries
of the four Manischewitz brothers
of matzoh fame totaled $72,000
last year J. U. Manischewitz
got the most, $24,000, and Max, the
treasurer, got the least, $5,000 .
According to John Hix, author of
"Strange As It Seems," Judah P.
Benjamin, famous statesman and
Secretary of War of the Confed-
eracy, was a British citizen all his
life Rose Wies Sahin. Boston
soprano and dean of music in Sta-
ley College, Brooklyn, stopped the
show at the Waldorf-Astoria party
of the National Home for Jewish
Children Buddy slyer, second
baseman of the Washington Sena-
tors, is showing off his new-born
son And the Philip Goldsteins
of the Jewish agricultural settle-
ment at Hightstown, N. J., are
boasting of the first baby born
there Jewish fans at the New
York six-day bicycle race kept up
a constant booing because of the
Nazi flag that flew from the track-
side quarters of Kilian and Vo-
pel, the German pedal pushing
team .
wing of the Zionist movement.
Other speakers were Leon Gellman,
president of Mizrachi, and Rabbi
Jacob Levinson and Gedaliah Bub-
lick, past presidents. Senator Cope-
land, who spent two weeks in Pal-
estine last summer, said that Eng-
land has so far failed in the main-
tenance of its mandate in Pales-
tine that "there is no safety to life
in the Jewish National Home."
Greece Permits 11 Hours of Hebrew
Weekly in Jewish Schools
Saloniki (WNS)A recent tem-
porary decree prohibiting the
teaching of Hebrew in Jewish
schools throughout Greece has now
been replaced by a formal law reg-
ulating school curricula which per-
mits the teaching of Hebrew for
eleven hours each week. The law
also permits the teaching of French
in Jewish schools, which had pre-
viously not been allowed. The gov-
ernment has also canceled a tax
debt of 5,000,000 drachmas due it
from the Jewish community.
Rabbi Under Fire for Aiding
Spanish Government
A fine educational program was
presented by the Women's Divisi "i
last Tuesday, followed by dancing.
Miss Jane'. Karasik conducted the
program, assisted by Mr. Jules
Wilson. Next Tuesday they art-
planning a debate concerning Cha-
nukah, ill charge of Mrs. Nat Blum-
berg.
The Junior Division co-operated
splendidly with Miss Sailye Rose
of the Jewish Welfare Board by
donating a large supply ot foods
to be distributed to the needy.
Starting the first of the year the
Juniors will hold monthly dances
at the Y clubrooms.
With the winter visitors flocking
into town daily the Y is making
plans to have programs of vast in-
terest to receive those who attend
weekly.
This and That
Heiulrik Willem Van Loon's sug-
gestion that Americans erect a
statue to Felix Mcndelssohn-Barth-
oldy and keep it here until Ger-
many has been cured of the Aryan
jitters has brought him a flood ot
checks from interested people .
But Van Loon has returned all the
money pending the organization of
a committee to carry out his idea
. A friend of ours who is a He-
brew scholar has shown us a book
printed in Venice in 1547 which
tells about a pair of Jewish Sia-
mese twins who were born in Tur-
key According to this story
DIM of the twins wanted to get
married, but the other objected
. And the first died of anguish
... A few days later the other
one also died ... If you have any
tattoo marks on your body you
can't be buried in an Orthodox
Jewish cemetery The Bible ex.
pressly forbids tattooing Josef
Beck, the Polish foreign minister
who is urging mass emigration of
About People
Carl von Ossietzky, Nobel Peace
Prize winner, was brought into the
peace movement in 1912 by Alfred
Hermann Fried, the Austrian Jew
who had won the Nobel Peace
Prize the year before We're
not boast.ng about it, hut Scot-
land Yard is reporloj to have in
its archives what purports to be a
copy of the birth certificate of the
late Sir Basil Zaharoff show ng
that he was born in Odessa of Jew-
ish parents The copy was
given to Scotland Yard by a raboi
who claimed to have been present
at Zaharoff's circumcision One
of the ways in which fanatic Nazis
determine a person's Aryanism bi
to burn a strand of his hair .
If it curls you're no Aryan The
Jewish Review of Rangoon is the
newest Jewish paper in the Orient
. A. Herman, president of the
Federation of Zionist Youth of
Great Britain, revealed in a recent
speech that Sir Oswald Mosley,
England's number one Jew-baiter,
once "helped open synagogues and
Jewish schools" The Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, youngest
of universities, [g making use of
Bcience's latest medium for mass
education, the radio Dr. Noah
H. Torcsyner, occupant of the Bi-
alik chair in Hebrew at the Uni-
versity, broadcasts regularly on
scholarly subjects from Palestine's
new; radio station .
(Copyright, 1!','!''>. by Seven Alls
Feat-"12 Syndicate!
Rock Island, 111. (WNS)Under
attack by the Hearst-owned Tri-
City Star because its director was
among those sponsoring a local
meeting to be addressed by dele-
gates of the Spanish loyalist gov-
ernment, leaders of the Rock Is-
land Jewish Center are reported to
be considering dismissing Rabbi Al-
bert Goldstein, the director. Rabbi
Goldstein and 14 other local civic
leaders have been bitterly assailed
by the Hearst paper. It is report-
ed that a group of non-Jews from
Rock Island have appealed to Jew-
ish leaders in Chicago to support
Rabbi Goldstein and to urfje the
Jewish Center authorities not to
oust him.
Ludendorff Attacks Roosevelt as
"Servant" of Jews
Berlin (WNS)In a bitter at-
tack on President Roosevelt Gen-
eral Erich von Ludendorff. veteran
of the German anti-Semitic move-
ment, described the president as
"the servant of the Jews, Free Ma-
sons and Catholics," who is trying
to do for America what the late
Walt her Rathenau did for Go1-
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Five
Thoughts
Ch an u k a
By RAHBI A. AltUAHAM
KELLNER
In the history of every nation,
cei tain definite patterns are dis-
cernible. Our nation, boasting one
of the longest records of existence,
reveals many a pattern worthy of
note. It is only natural that our I
extended continuity should pro-
duce traits which are peculiarly
ours. These arc best judged
through a close study of our na-
tional celebrations and communal
observations. They colored the
very texture of our lives and re-
flected in toto our evaluation of
history.
Every nation has its own way
of commemorating events of im-
portance. The Jewish religion
being a way of life, naturally in-
corporated into its tenets celebra-
tions of historical significance.
Thus our prayers and customs,
modes and manner of festivals are
but pages of history translated into
life. We commemorate our re-
demption from Egyptian bondage
and we rejoice in celebration of the
anniversary of our deliverance from
the clutches of Hainan, We even
recall our defeats and mourn on
the ninth of Ab, but nowhere in
the wide range of Jewish festive
celebrations is there single remem-
brance of conquest and war, blood-
shed and victory. On Shovous we
recall joyously the giving of the
Law but no day is set aside to
honor the capture of the Land by
Joshua. Again, we dance with the
Law on Simehas Torah, but the
glorious exploits of King David ex-
tending the boundaries of Pales-
tine are not recorded in our re-
ligious calendar.
There is a crying need today to
view the current holiday of Chanu-
kah in its proper perspective. The
Feast of Dedication has suffered
and is still suffering from the lack
of understanding and appreciation
of its true and proper motives.
People still associate victories on
the battlefield as the prime cause
for these festivities. Nothing is
further from the truth and noth-
ing is in greater contradiction of
the spirit of the Jew.
Chanukah denotes a festive occa-
sion for remembering the victori-
ous march of the Maccabees; yet
in the ritual of the Jew and in the
hearts of our people, it is more
than a celebration of conquests
achieved in days of old. It is in
finitely more than that. It is an
expression of a people's apprecia-
tion and grateful blessing to OUT
"G-d, King of the Universe, who
wrought miracles for our fathers
in days of old, at this season." Not
a rowdy celebration to thank the
God of War and Victory as other
ancient peoples may have con-
ceived it; hut a whole nation's
humble thanksgiving and offering
of gratitude to an Omnipotent All
Gracious G-d, who in His loving
kindness and mercy treated our
Fathers wondrously and miracu-
lously.
Of special note is the circum-
stance that none of the victories
of Judah Maccabee, remarkable as
they were, are recorded for anni-
versary celebrations. Only the day
the Temple was dedicated, whim
the pure and undefiled light of our
Law was rekindled, the day when
Light dethroned Darkness is im-
mortalized by the Jew. It is not
the war hut the termination of
bloodshed that is celebrated on
Chanukah. Indeed, a great Rab-
binic scholar once offered a sig-
nificant interpretation of the term
Chanukah itself. The words, "ho
volunteers," imports the cessation
of hostilities and the stoppage of
human slaughter. He arrives at
this conclusion by dividing the
word Chanukah. to read: Chonu-
koh. "They have rested on the
twenty-fifth." (The kah and the
hai stand for twenty-five, the nu-
merical evaluation of hebrew let-
ters.))
Israel, then, records on Chanu-
kah, its relief from war and hor-
rors and its ability to dedicate it-
self once more to Temple and Serv-
ice. Altar and Sacrifice; a glori-
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Esrick, Jane Esther Goldman and
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"Chanukah" will be the subject of
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by Audrey Rothblatt, a Hebrew
school pupil, at the 8 o'clock serv-
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Mr. and Mr Samuel Fyvolei.t
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Thanksgiving dinner at their home.
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Louis and Eduard, and their fami-
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in observance of her eighth birth-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
The World's
Window
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
"I DON'T WANT TO BE CALLED
JEW"
(This column is copyrighted
by the Seven Arts Feature
Syndicate. Reproduction in
whole or in part strictly for-
bidden. Any infringement will
be prosecuted.)
A foolish, confused young man
has written a book. The book is .
not worth mentioning. But having i
written a book the young man has
published himself by the aid of a
kind and intelligent but, as far as
this matter is concerned, neces-
sarily uninformed Christian pub-
lisher. Now what is worth remark-
ing upon is the self which the
brash young man succeeds in pub-
lishing and the physical mechanism
with which that self now operates.
He gives you his "trauma." "One
day I ran from the street to my
mother, and stood angrily before
her, blue eyes burning with anger,
blond hair tousled." Here we could
end our analysis. That unemphatic
emphasis on blond hair and blue
eyes, that subtle comfort in his un-
Jewish aspect, quite gives the
young man away. From it, all he
did and all he writes and all ha
thinks could at once be developed.
Self-negation and self-hatred lead
to the death-wish for oneself as
member of one's kind. But let
us quote a little farther: "'Mother,'
I demanded, 'why did you make me
a Jew?' 'What has happened?' she j
asked, astounded." Was the good
lady, one wonders, really as-
tounded? Maybe. She had "re-
pressed" what was likely to hap-
pen to her small boy. Maybe she
had trusted to a reasonably un-
Jewish name and the aforesaid
blond hair and blue eyes. Instead
of bringing up her child in a Jew-
ish atmosphere and so helping him
initially to absorb the shock, she
trusted subconsciously to the
chance of his "passing." So she
was "astounded." The Nordic
name and appearance hadn't
worked. Let us quote just a little
farther. '"What is this word Jew
they call me? I don't want to be
called Jew. I want to be just Rob-
ert.' My mother gathered me in
her arms and I cried bitterly, as
a child broken for the first time."
Of course the good lady told her
small son that he ought to be proud
to be a Jew. That, if I may bfl
allowed to be vulgar, did a fat lot
of good, that empty formula, after
the child had been permitted to
reach the age of articulateness
here described without Jewish at-
mosphere, without Jewish beauty,
without Jewish ceremony, memory,
speech, folk-way, SHUL or tem-
ple, sabbath candles or Chanukah
lights, or SEDER celebration. I
bet, to be vulgar again, they gave
the poor kid a Christmas tree.
"I don't want to be called Jew."
Now our young man is twenty-
nine and he has written a book. He
has written himself down. The
book ought to be called: "I don't
want to be a Jew." On the back
of the publisher's dust-jacket is a
reproduction of a photograph of
the young man. Oh, ever so Nordic
and determined-looking in a foot-
ballish, American-Legion sort of
way. Even the nose seems to be
O. K. But we'd have to have a pro-
file photo to be quite sure. I sus-
pect it's just the tiniest bit out of
drawing from a strictly Nordic
point of view. Too bad.
And soand so our young man
started out into the wide, wide
world to find out how not to be a
Jew. He might just as well have
stayed at home and whooped it up
for Russo-Soviet assimilation and
Jewish disappearance in the new
melting-pot with the other boys
and girls who hate themselves and
their kind and want to disappear
and "pass" and having seen the
failure of all other and all previous
assimilatory movements, all other
suicidal leaps, hope and dream that
J here at last is a way of getting
rid of their Jewishness, of getting
1 id of themselves, of plunging deep
and disappearing in the vast womb
! of the Russian people.
Well, if that's the way they feel
about it, all right. If they don't
want to face the iron music of
Jewish fate and tragic glory of
Jewish functioning in the world,
they needn't. All that falls off is
offal.
But they might spare us their
specious and silly rationalizations.
Our young man with the face and
expression and attitude of a foot-
ball hero might have spared us his
spiritually hideous and shameful
defamation of our rebirth and re-
settlement in Palestine; he might
have spared us the filth and the
slanders and the lies, and the mis-
interpretations. He might have
spared us that. However, we
have borne it all before and we
are still here. There is nothing
newnothing. In the days of the
Inquisition in Spain there was a
Rabbi Joshua of Lorca. He became
a Catholic and a priest. He was
called Jerome de Santa Fe. He
wrote a book to prove to the Jews
that they were "perfidious," just
like our young football hero. Je-
rome is said to have been respon-
sible for the conversion (just how,
one wonders) of 5,000 Jews to
Christianity. He took part in the
disputation of Tartosa. But the
rabbis with whom he argued were
unconvinced.
Of course, they were uncon-
vinced. The whole process is so
transparent. If a man hates him-
self and hates himself for belong-
ing to his people and so hates th<;
fathers that begot and the mothers
that bore him the thing is so pro-
foundly diseased from a universal
human point of view that it must
of necessity immensely intensify
the guilt-feeling that lurks at the
bottom of every human conscious-
ness. Then how can the man miti-
gate that dreadful feeling of guilt?
By justifying his hatred. And how
shall he justify his hatred? By
slandering and blackening thy
character of that which he hates,
which in this case is the Jewish
people. It is a "perfidious" people
"perfidious" in Spain of old,
"perfidious" in Palestine today. It
DESERVES to disappearin the
bosom of the Catholic Church of
old, in the Russian melting-pot to-
day. Note that this has in strict
logic nothing whatsoever to do
with the merits either of Catholic
Christianity on its own ground or
the merits of Russian Communism
on its own ground. It has to do
with nothing in the world except
the psychology which never varies
from age to age despite all varia-
tions of formal attitude and doc-
trine of the self-hating Jew, of the
Jew who does not want to be called
a Jew, of the Jew who has a death-
wish for his people and himself.
It's pretty bad. It's bad. too,
from the point of view of our Gen-
tile friends. The publisher of the
young American Jew's book, for
instance, may not immediately 3ee
through the sorry business. But
one day he may. And then he'll
wonder why a Jew should be so
furious against his own people and
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Nine
. Rebellion
In Modin
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tightly about their bodies, they
stood near the altar and surveyed
the throng. Just as suddenly the
murmur ceased. One of the Greeks
had stepped before the altar and
had begun to speak.
No need to repeat that address
it had been heard before and has
been heard many times since. In
suave tones Apellesfor it must
have been heurged the Jews to
accept the ways of the Greeks. In
them was safety, in them friend-
ship. Who would be the first to
lay sacrifice before Zeus?
There was a stir in the town side
of the crowd and all eyes centered
on a figure which now detached
itself from the group. Bearing in
his arms a small lamb and striving
vainly to sink his head into his
cloak, little Nahum moved slowly
toward the altar.
Fury broke forth. Things hap-
pened so quickly that the stunned
crowd could not follow the succes-
sion of movements. Amid the
shouting and the surging of a be-
wildered mob Apelles was vainly
trying to call orders to his disor-
ganized men. The first lull in the
confusion saw Mattathias himself,
his hair and beard awry, his white
l'obc flecked with crimson, standing
sword in hand above the mutilated
bodj of Nahum. Then, amid re-
newed shrieking, his sons set upon
the guards. The old man seemed
possessed of maniacal strength,
and his sword, already dripping
with the blood of Nahum, now
found lodgment in the body of
Apelles. "Who is for the Lord?"
he shouted. "Let him follow me!"
Ten or more sprang forward in
answer to Mattathias' call, and be-
fore the startled Greeks could re-
cover themselves and begin the
pursuit, the priest, his sons and
their new-found followers were
through the gate and gone.
The villagers who remained >n
the square stood wide-eyed and
pale. Shimon, visibly shaken, set
about caring for the body of Na-
hum. Tenderly he and a few others
lifted and carried the corpse to a
nearby stone bench, where Shimon
covered it with his rain-drenched
mantle. It was a hushed and horri-
fied group that now crowded about.
For quite a while they were silent.
Finally one ventured to speak.
"Why did he do it?" he asked.
"Was it necessary?"
Shimon's sunken eyes gleamed
with an unwonted earnestness.
"Killing is never 'necessary.'
Surely not as a means of preserv-
ing our faith." He spoke slowly
and softly, his voice striving to
master his emotions. "Decrees and
persecution, suffering will never
destroy our people. If and when
our end does come it will be
through the violence we ourselves
create. Through martyrdom Israel
lives, through murder he flirts with
doom."
The next day, as they were bury-
ing -Nahum. word came that Matta-
thias and his hand had routed the
Greek officials and pulled down the
heathen altar at Gibeah.
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
ports of its national officers, and
having noted the widespread co-
operation that made possible the
results obtained during 1936, re-
cords with satisfaction the debt it
owes to the hundreds of Jewish
communities throughout the United
States which, by means of inde-
pendent campaigns, combined fund-
raising efforts and through the
medium of local welfare funds and
community chests, shared in the
rebuilding of the Jewish National
Home during the current year; it
voices with appreciation the obli-
gation it owes to the English-Jew-
ish press of the United States
which, throughout the year and not
merely during periods of fund-rais-
ing, has served as the most effec-
tive medium of bringing to the
Jewish public a constant picture of
the growth and needs of the Yishub
and of the Jewish masses striving
for settlement in Palestine."
at a conference of leaders of Prot-
estants, Jews and Catholics held
here under the auspices of the Na-
tional Committee on Welfare and
Religious Recovery. Reports pre-
sented to the conference showed
that these donations now come to
2.18 per cent of taxable income.
If the program is realized these
donations would amount to the
whole 15 per cent of income that is
exempt from taxation if given to
charity.
Bishop William T. Manning, who
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and said "we live in a land where
men and women of different races
and religious convictions live to-
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nowhere in our land, or in the
world, is that spirit of fellowship
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Eleven
Society
Kabbi A. Abraham Kellner will
peak at the late Friday evening
services tonight on "God's War-
riors." following which the usual
question box will be held. Follow-
ing the services a reception will
be held in the vestry rooms of the j
synagogue with the Ladies' Auxi- ,
liary as the hosts. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 9 o'clock. At
3:80 p. m. the Talmud class'
will meet, with Rabbi Kellner in
charge* This will be followed by;
Minosha services at 4:30, the Sha-
losh Sauda at 5 o'clock followed by
Manriv.

Kabbi and Mrs. Kellner are now
in their new home at 215 S. W.
19th Rve. and may be reached by
calling 3-5192.
*
Bnai Brith Lodge will hold an
important meeting next Wednes-
day evening, December 16th, at 8
o'clock in Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall when election of offi-
cera will be held. All members are
urged to attend. The two con-
tested offices are Treasurer and a
Trustee and it is expected that this
will result in a largo number of!
n.emoers attending. Reports of the
coming meeting of the Executive
Board of the Order will be given.
*
At a meeting of the Arrange-
ments committee of the Bnai Brith
Executive Board conference it was
announced that for the first time
in the history of the Order of
Bnai Brith the Executive Board
composed of the heads of each of
the District Grand Lodges, headed
by Alfred M. Cohen, international
president of the B'nai B'rith and the ,
other Supreme Grand Lodge offi- ,
cers, will meet away from National
headquarters of the order. Accord-
ing to present plans a class initia-
tion for the more than two hundred
and fifty new members will be held
on Wednesday evening, January '
20th. at which some of the most
important Jewish leaders in the
country will be heard. On Thurs-
day night, January 21st, a banquet
will be tendered to the Grand
Lodge officers with some of the
most prominent non-Jews in the
country as guests of honor. The
banquet will be limited to members
of ihe order and reservations will
begin soon. Only seven hundred
gunsta can be accommodated with
every indication pointing to more
than one thousand reservations
being requested. Full details will
appear in an early issue.
* *
Itabbi Max Shapiro, president of
the Greater Miami Zionist District,
presided at the monthly cultural
meeting of the organization last
Monday night at Beth David Tal-
mud Torah Hall. Sgt. Ed Melchen
of the Miami Police Department,
.v ho recently returned from Ger-
many, gave his observations on
conditions in that country. Harry
Simonhoff, former president of the
district, delivered an interesting
talk on Justice Louis D. Brandeis
and Zionism. Music was played by
the Drucker trio. Members of the
local Administrative Board were
elected during a short business
meeting. Announcement was made
that the next meeting, to be held
the first Monday in January, would
feature memorial addresses and
tributes to the memory of the late
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, and
Mr. Harry I. Lipton, a past presi-
dent of the Zionist District. A
number of new members were en-
rolled during the evening.

Beginning Tuesday night and
lasting throughout the entire week
of Chanuka the local Zionist Dis-
trict in cooperation with the Zion-
ist of the entire country are spon-
soring a "Louis D. Brandeis mem-
bership campaign" during which
time those not in the Zionist ranks
are asked to enlist as a special
tribute to the recent eightieth
birthday anniversary of Justice
Brandeis.
At Beth Jacob Congregation the
children of the Sunday school will
lie presented in a play sponsored
by the Sunday school faculty. Mr.
Al. Louis Mechlowitz is principal
of the Sunday school with Cantor
Maurice Mamches in charge of the
general work. In addition to the
play there will be singing and
recitations by the children. Follow-
ing the program the Sisterhood will
serve refreshments.

mence educational and cultural ac-
tivities Saturday afternoon, De-
cember 19th, at 1059 Collins ave-
nue, and will continue meetings
every Saturday through the sea-
The Group, Miami Beach Liter-
ary and Social Society, will corn-
son.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author
and lecturer, is chairman. Max
Herzfeld, Brooklyn attorney, is
vice-chairman, Charles H. Lee, well
known astronomer, is secretary.
The program committee includes
Dr. I. Spectorsky, formerly edu-
cational director of the Educational
Alliance of New York, chairman;
Mark H. Dix, retired, and Dr. Elias
Freidus.
This winter's program will start
with a course of lectures on the
Life and Philosophy of Benedict
Spinoza.
There are no dues or admission
charges and all interested are in-
vited to attend.

There will be a special assembly
at Beth David Sunday School De-
cember 13th, to be known as Tamar
de Sola Poole Young Judaea Day.
The entire program will be con-
ducted by the members of the
.Miami group of Young Judaea.
The program, under the direc-
tion of Miss Adele Segall, dra-
matic sponsor, includes:
Mistress of ceremonies, Dorothy
Levin; pianist, Eleanor Kurman;
talks on Young Judaea work, Betty
Kirchenbaum and Lois Riesnei;
readings: "The Duel," by Ester
Argintar; "The Song," by Ester
Lea Silverman.
A Chanukah play will feature
the program. The play is entitled |
"Hannah." The cast includes Mu-
riel Neufeld, Nataleah Simon,:
Adele Sootin, Florence Ehrlich, |
Pearl Kalish, Ester Lea Silverman, !
Ester Argintar, Lillian Blatman, I
Marilyn Pollack, Edith Shier, and,
Rosetta Kline.
The members of Tamar de Sola
Poole Young Judaea will be the
guests of honor, and all are urged
to be present.
There will be piano selections by
Rosmond Rubin and Joy Simonhoff.
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Friday, December 11, 1936
Society
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Thirteen
The Miami chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will hold its regular meeting
:it the Alcazar Hotel Roof on Mon-
day, December 14th, at 2:30 p. m.
This will be preceded by a board
meeting at 12:30. An interesting
program will be presented during
the afternoon, with Mrs. Isidor
Weinstein, program chairman, in
charge. Mesdames James Kopelo-
witz, Joe Deckowitz, Max Pepper,
Henry D. Williams, Harry Marcus,
Herbert Simon and Isidor Wein-
sti'in will be presented in a play,
"Life Begins Anew." Rosemary
(ierson will sing a number of se-
lections. Hadassah members and
friends, particularly visiting Ha-
dassah members, are urged to at-
tend.
eral food business and operating
Irving's Food Store at Monticello,
N- Y., is associated with Mr. Max
Trachtenberg who has had seven-
teen years experience in the gen-
eral food line in Monticello. Both
have established enviable reputa-
tions in their long years of expe-
rience in the business for fair dl al.
ing and excellent service. The
public is extended a cordial invita-
tion to visit the store and avail
themselves of the special prices
offered during the opening days.
n a wide economic and political
front.
Notables of the Arab city of
Jaffa conferred on the status of the
Jaffa port, the Arab bank, and dis-
cussed plans for an anti-Jewish
boycott. They also attempted to
win over the wealthy Arabs who
have been reluctant to contribute
to the Arab higher committee'- war
chest.
Another outbreak of Arab vio-
lence occurred when a military pa-
trol was attacked by armed Aral s
Modern Kosher
Market Opens
Opening yesterday, the Trach-
tenberg and Frank Kosher Food
Market at 1323 Washington ave.,
Miami Beach, next to Sears and
Roebuck store, served several hun-
dred customers in one of the most
modernly equipped kosher markets
in the entire area. This is the first
Jewish kosher market in the north
section of Miami Beach and is
equipped with the latest fixtures
in its kosher meat and all other
departments, with the latest equip-
ment and refrigeration possible. A
complete stock, including the fin-
est of fancy groceries, delicates-
sens both imported and domestic,
dairy foods of the finest, fresh
fruits and vegetables, appetizers
imported and domestic, pastries,
breads and cakes, and choice west-
ern strictly kosher beef, veal and
lamb, and fresh killed kosher poul-
try is offered the general public
at reasonable prices. The most dis-
criminating housewife can have her i
choice at this market, with delivery j
free. Mr. Irving Frank, for the
past 25 years engaged in the gen- j
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
An intensive campaign to mobilize
the Arab population for a war
against the Jews and the British
government in Palestine is now be-
ing carried on by the Arab higher
committee, which is seeking to rais a fund of S250.000 to finance an
anti-Jewish boycott as well as oth-
er activities of a similar nature.
Members of the committee are re-
ported to be touring various towns
in an effort to strengthen local
Arab committees and raise funds
for a campaign against the Jews
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emphasized that his government
was pledged to protect minority
rights. Chief Rabbi Xiemerower,
who is a senator, and Dr. WilHam
Filderman, president of the Union
of Roumanian Jews, represented
the Jewish community, and voiced
the loyalty of the Jewish popula-
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Bucharest iWN.O- Addressing
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Friday, December 11, 1936
Society
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
The annual membership cam-
paign of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau netted 109 new members in
the first three days. Because of
the inability to reach a large num-
!>er of prospects the campaign,
which was to have ended yester-
day, will be continued for several
more days. In charge of Messrs.
M. J. Kopelowitz and Henry Na-
delweiss as co-chairmen.

An original contest in which par-
ticipants expressed their opinions
dn current world problems fea-
tured the dinner meeting of Junior
Hadassah last Monday evening at
the Palatial Restaurant. The win-
ners were Miss Selma Yarchar,
Miss Doris Rubin and Miss Ida
Laskin.
Miss Audrey Cutler presented a
reading, and after dinner Mrs. Sol
Katz, chairman, conducted a ques-
tionnaire.
Miss Vivienne Jacobs, hospital-
ity chairman, greeted the visitors.
The next meeting will be held
on December 28 and will have as
its theme the Chanuka holidays.
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All arrangements have now been
completed, according to Mr. T. W.
l.uckett, division passenger agent
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway,
.Miami, for the special Inaugural
train which will carry a host of
dignitaries to Tallahassee, where
the governor's inaugural ceremon-
ies will take place on January 5th,
1937. According to the present set-
up, the party will board the Sea-
board special train in Jacksonville,
the evening of January 4th, and
will leave there at 9:30 p. m., ar-
riving in Tallahassee at 2:25 a. m.,
morning of January 5th, where
the special sleeping cars will le
set out and can be occupied until
8 a. m. There will be one big day
in Tallahassee, after which the
party will again board the special
train, at present scheduled to lea-e
Tallahassee at 1:34 a. m., morning
of January Gth. Arrangements
have been made to place the sleep-
ing cars on the special train, and
have them ready for occupancy by
10 p. m., at Seaboard depot the
night of January 5th, the train ar-
riving at Jacksonville at 7 a. m.,
January 0th. Mr. l.uckett advises
that this train will carry sufficient
sleeping cars to carry all who may j
desire to participate in the inaug-
ural ceremonies, and for those who
do not care for the sleeping car
accommodations, there will also be '
plenty of coaches available. All
persons who desire to make this
trip should call on the Seaboard
Air Line Railway's ticket office at
125 E. Flagler st., telephone 2-8161,
as soon as possible in order to lie
sure to secure their required ac-
(ommodations.
Tampa Netes
At Rodoph Sholon Congregation
the Sunday school children will
give an operetta, "The Hashmon-
ians," and a "Play Pictures Out of
the Past," Sunday at 8 p. m. Those
who will take part: Albert Arono-
vitz, Herbert Feinberg, Henry Fin-
man, Walter Weber, Donald Swerd-
lin, Irwing Buchman, Joice Lutz,
Eleanor Rosenthal, Hershy Weiss,
Marvin Aronowitz, Alfred Arono-
witz, Isaac Dayan, Bernice Ichil,
Edith Elozory, Ina Gotler, Sylvia
Haimovit, Howard Feinberg, Eddie
Weissman.
Those in the chorus: Leba Segal,
Beryl Soloman, Joan Perlman,
Jacklyn Weber, Tanya Wohl, Bar-
bara Einbinder, Patty Perlman,
Adriene Blumberg, Cyle Einstein.
Zelda Elozory, recitation; Lois
Shear, vocal solo; Lionel Elozory,
violin solo; Evelyn Bernstein and
Gloria Bokor, dance.
The program will be given in the
school rooms of the Rodoph Sho-
lom synagogue.
The Ladies' Auxiliary will dis-
tribute candy and presents to the
teachers and the children of the
Sunday school.
Page Fifteen
Misses Dena Peckett, Florence
Abramovitz and Shirley Scadron
spent the week-end at Gainesville
attending the Fall Frolics.
Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine
have moved from their former
home and are now residing at 901
S. Rome ave.
Miss Paulyne Leibovitz was hon.
ored recently at a bridge shower
given at the Crickett by Mrs. Fred
Lebos, Miss Lucille Rosenberg and
Miss Mildred Simovitz. About
sixty guests attended.

Miss Millie Silverman was hom-r
guest recently at a Chinese dinner
given at the Cameo tea room by
Mrs. I.eo Isaac.
her marriage on Thanksgiving day
was Miss Sylvia Silverman of Nor-
folk. Cut prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Alex Bokor and Mrs. Larry
Waltzer.
On Sunday morning, December
13, a Chanukah play will be given
by the children of Temple Schaari
Zedek at the Temple.
Y. M. H. A.
On Sunday evening, December
13, at 8:30 o'clock, a "Stunt Night"
will be given under the direction of
Miss Gertrude Michael. The vari-
ous Jewish organizations will spon-
sor a "stunt," skit or program.
Prizes will be awarded for the best
performances. The public is invited
to attend.
Nation's Best Dirt
Track Drivers
At Florida Fair
TAMPA (WNS) Automobile
races, in which more than a score
of the nation's best dirt track
drivers will compete for cash, will
make up the initial program at the
Florida State Fair on Tuesday,
January 26, it was announced here
today.
Sanction for the speed program
has been granted by the Interna-
tional Motor Contest Association
of Des Moines, Iowa, and J. Alex
Sloan, veteran Chicago promoter,
will have charge of the program.

Mrs. Oscar Poller entertained re-
cently at a luncheon and bridge
party in honor of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Maurice Levine, who before
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