The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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

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University of Florida
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WORKP:RS RALLY
TO BE HELD
Ballying its campaign workers
for the intensive ten day drive the
Greater Miami Federation of Jew-
[ U Welfare Funds will hold its
1 got worker's rally at Beth David
Talmud Torah on Wednesday night
December 28th at 8:80 o'clock
when a speaker of national prom-
I fence will tell of conditions
throughout the world affecting
*ry.
The famous tal k i n g film
[ Through Europe with J. D. C."
| which has caused thousands to
(realize the plight of our people
$aof! the seas will be shown for
the first time in this area. All
eunpaign workers and their
friends are urged to be on hand to
ueeive the information which they
till need to spread during the
campaign.
On Sunday January 1st from
1:00 to fi:00 o'clock Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers will entertain at
[ u "At Home" for the campaign
' workers. The campaign will begin
January 9th and last through
January ISth. The goal set is
too, 150 and wil linclude twenty-
(fcree local, national and overseas
nlief organizations, taking in very
Marly every phase of Jewish life
in the entire Jewish world.
FLAGLER TRACK
OPENS MONDAY
West Flakier Kennel club,
| America's most beautiful grey-
hound racing center, will inaugu-
rate an 80-night meeting Monday,
Dec M, with some of the nation's
I fastest racing greyhounds compet-
ing.
Racing Secretary R. K. Japour
i has carded an elaborate progarm
j of eleven races, which will be
waded by the Inaugural Stake
went, annual opening feature of
| toe picturesques West Flagler
oval.
The inaugural event, which is
eheduled ninth on the program,
j ku drawn some of the country's
j "a"*- outstanding streamlined
indburners.
Contention among the big field
j i nominees throughout the past
eeuple of weeks of schooling has
keen so keen that not even Racing
f Secretary Japour himself was cer-
| tain today of the eight starters
*" this edition went to press.
However, it may be mentioned
*t some of the following grey-
| *>"nds have the inside track for
tt race: Rip-ARarin, triple
<* | ^""er of the Gold Collar award
I Springfield, Mass.. during the
[ jammer; Never PaH> Harrison,
i "xl.. Derby champion; Bonnie
km'se, Futurity stake winner
! Jom Revere Beach, Mass.; West
J*l*r, namesake of the West
^R'er Kennel club and champion
* the whole Pacific coast; Fence
Jjjwd. that great son of old Red
Whj"k and On The Nose.
Ne\er before in the history of
*et Flagler racing has such an
funding flock of greyhounds
"**" on hand for a meeting.
"urdlw races again will be a
fntly feature at West Flagler
*ennel club this season and a
""""her of the country's leading
MIAMI, FLORIDA.
FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
'AMERICA WANTS
NONE OF YOU,
MR. HITLER!"
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WE dedicate this number, particularly in view of the fact
thai Jewry throughout the entire world is observing Chanuka,
to those who oppose isms of the kind that is threatening to
destroy democracy everywhere.
Chanuka is primarily the festival of Jewry who want to
commemorate th. destruction of a totaliUrian ^rnment
whose desire it was to impoae it. own religion or lack of reUgton
tL. f th*t sire whose aim it was to deny to human be-
upon Jews of tnat age, wno "" tnHav
Z. the right to worship Ood a. they derired. even a, today
S. wd hi. cohort, are attempting in Oem^y and their
vassal state.. .----------------------------------
We in these United States of America, a land founded on
the ideals of democracy are happy to shake hands with our fel-
low Americans of every creed and faith, at a time when we Jew.
celebrate the immortal victory of democracy over tyranny, the
festival of Chanuka, and together to pledge our every energy,
our resources and our strength for the ultimate destruction of
every ism but that of Americanism. ... an ism which stands
for democracy, brotherly love, respect for one another, and a
common working ground for all men.

jumpers are here ready to go.
Among them I. Good* Goodie
Boy. the greyhound "hich smash-
ed all dog hurdling records last
.eason by "P^^enTe.!
tlve hurdles races. My Ben, Real
Command. Moura Bye, Duch
Reuther are other notable Jumpers
also which will be among the con-
tending fields this season.
The West Flagler Kennel club
this year has a number of ex-
clusive features which will better
the sport and add to the pleasure
of the patrons.
It has the all-glass disappear-
ing starting box, the only one of
its kind in America; the special
Flagler Foto Finish camera with
no obstacles obstructing the view
of the track; electrically cooled
free drinking water fountains; an
elaborate entrance beneath which
(Continue* on Page Three* .;


PAOE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 193
TO INSTALL
OFFICERS
Officers of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will be
formally inducted into office on
Sunday, January 1st, at 7 o'clock
P. M. at a banquet in the Palatial
Kasher Restaurant. Mr. H. M.
Drevich, president of the Congre-
gation is chairman of the arrange-
ments committee and is being as*
sisted by other officers and direc-
tors. All members and friends of
the Congregation are urged to
make their reservations for this
event immediately by phoning
4-7059 or 2-0869, because of
limited space. Full details of this
event will be published next
week.
LEAVES FOR
CONVENTION
Mr. Milton A. Friedman, local
attorney, will leave Sunday for
Jacksonville where he will at-
tend the A. Z. A. convention from
December 27th through December
29th at the Roosevelt Hotel. Over
150 delegates will attend from
the 15 chapters from Charleston,
S. C, south. Mr. Friedman will
conduct the convention services.
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Monnah Park
Service Station
2201 N. W. 41st Street
PHONE 2-9137, ./
HOLD REGULAR
MEETING
Beth David Sisterhood held
their regular meeting at 2 P. M.
with a board meeting presiding
at 1 P. M. Hostesses for the after,
noon were Mesdames Joe Sey-
man, Morris Pepper and Jack
Pallot. The Annual Purim Din-
ner will be held February 12th
at the Talmud Torah with Mrs.
M. J. Kopelowitz as chairman.
The Annual Purim Ball will be
held Sunday evening, March 5th,
with Mrs. J. Engler as chair-
man and details o fthe affair will
be announced at a later date.
LEAR SCHOOL
BEGINS ACTIVITIES
The Lear School of Miami
Beach will begin their activities
during the holiday season of pic-
nics, parties and entertainments
on Sunday evening when the first
formal dance will be given fol-
lowed by a Marionette show given
December 30th at 3:30 P. M. by
the Federal Theatre. .They ..will
present "Baba Yaga" and other
Russian dancers and singers will
entertain. The public is invited
to attend.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS CO.
(Not Incorporated)
GLASS For All Building PurposedMirrorsInsulux Glass Brick
KAWNEER and ZOLRI STORE FRONT CONSTRUCTION
"From A Box to a Carload" Estimates Cheerfully Given
219 S. W. First Court Phone 3-3118
JACKSONVILLE ORLANDO MIAMI W. PALM BEACH
GREETINGS:
GENERAL REPAIRING DAY & NIGHT SERVICE
BRAKE SERVICEWHEEL-DRUM STRAIGHTENING
Authorized A. A. A. SERVICE
WRECKER SERVICE
Wheel and Axle Alignment Frame Straightening
SMOKER'S GARAGE
127 Northeast Seventh Street PHONE 2-6783
GREETINGS:
REGAL FRUIT SHIPPERS
BONDED PACKERS AND SHIPPERS
MIAMIANS OVER 20 YEARS
FLORIDA'S FINEST FRUITS
SEE OUR WEEKLY SPECIALTIES
GIFT BOXES A SPECIALTY
Biscayne Boulevard at Ninth Street
PHONE 2-8915 MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE
L. & A. GARAGE
LEON BOWMAN, Prop.
5-52 4 3
( A A A )
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
THE SOUTHS MOST COMPLETE GARAGE
24 HOUR CALL FOR AND DELIVERY SERVICE
110-124 MERIDIAN AVENUEMIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
HAPPY CHANUKA
KISER DRILLING CO.
401 Northwest Twenty-Ninth Street
PHONE 2-7176
SOUTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND MOST
RELIABLE DRILLERS
Distributors for
DENNING AND WESTCO WATER SYSTEMS
GREYHOUND LINES
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION wji C 1010
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM i II. D-lolZ
515 WASHINGTON AVENUE
HEBREW GROUP
TO MEET
The Hebrew Cultural group
"Tarbut" will meet at the home
of H. Koretzky, 1552 Collins Ave-,
Miami Beachfi Sunday, January
1st at 3 P. M. Included in the
program will be Mr. M. Puchoff,
author, who will give his impores-
sions of Palestine.

WEDDING
TAKES PLACE
The wedding of Miss Harriet
Kahn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert L. Kahn, to Myron S. Zei-
entz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Zeientz, took place Sunday, De-
cember 18th at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel with Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man officiating. Out of town
guests attending were Mr. and
Mrs- H. R. Glick and children, Mrs.
M. A. Kahn, and Mrs. O. Lewis
and children who arrived from
Chicago for the wedding and are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
L. Kahn. The couple left for a
honeymoon trip to Havana and
will return the latter part of this
weeke.

SCHOLARSHIP BRIDGE
TO BE HELD
The National Council of Jewish
Juniors will hoi da Scholarship
Bridge Tuesday evening, Decem-
ber 27th at 8:00 o'clock at the
Evans Hotel. The proceeds of
this affair will be placed in the
special fund that is to be used for
the Council Scholarships that are
awarded. All members and friends
friends are urged to attend .

TOURNAMENT
TO BE GIVEN
The Hotel Evans is arranging a
gala mah Jong tournament to be
held in the cypress room some
time in January, the date to be
announced soon. The tournament
will be under the direction of Mrs.
Earl D. Maas of Detroit who is
an authority on this fascinating
Chinese game. Valuable prizes
will be awarded.

BUSINESS-PROFESSIONAL
GROUP TO MEET
The Business and Professional
Group of Miami Senior Hadassah
met December 14th at the An-Nell
Hotel when Miss Beatrice Golden-
blank welcomed all new lumbers
and Miss Martha Spigelman gave
the purpose of the club. Included
on the program were Miss Mollie
Solloway, Mrs. I- Weinstein and
EXTENDS THANKS
TO WORKERS
Mrs. M. L. Marcus as chairman
wishes personally to thank all
those who donated cash and who
baked such delicious cakes that
tion, Miami Beach, were the guests
of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Meschel-
off at a Chanuka Latke party held
at their home Tuesday evening.

TO CELEBRATE
CHANUKA
The Rabbis of Greater Miami
and their wivea will spend Satur-
day night, the last evening 0f
Chanuka, in celebration at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Meachel-
off.

HOTEL EVANS STARTS
NEW EVENTS
Thursday evening in the Cypress
Room of the Hotel Evans at Mi-
ami Beach, marked the beginning
helped to make the past Welfare!0* "*rie" *mmd Pictures to
Membership Tea a success. I* held ever,r Thur*y evening
jthe entire season. The picture
was one of Bobby Breen's latest
ARRIVES FOR
HOLIDAYS
Miss Freda Stein of Washington ;6n^fl
D. C-, arrived here Tuesday from
Baltimore to spend the holidays
releases. Refreshments were alto
ved.
One of the newest innovstioni
which has a tremendous appeal to
with Miss Dorothy Roth. Miw the *"** w.m .a mJ* their
Stein was entertained Monday by
Miss Ruth Davis. ,

use for fishing trips. This v.
service rendered by the Hotel
Evans. This car takes them direct
TO HOLD 1* tne Florida K*y" wnre the boat
MEETING "Hotel Evans Fishing Schooner"
A very important meeting of the Ukta them ,ar 0ut 5n to Gulf
Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood will (Strem for the be8t deP e* "
be held Monday, December 26th '
at 2:00 o'clock at the Beth David
Talmud Torah. Mrs. Isidor Cohen
will preside. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will be the guest speaker. All
members and friends are urged to
attend.

ENTERTAIN AT
HOME
The synagogue and Sisterhood
officers of Beth Jacob Congrega- J
GREETINGS
Black & White
Tavern
WINE LIQUORS BEES
Congenial Atmosphere
2211 N. E. Second Ave.
CHANUKA GREETINGS....
ROGER'S GARAGE
One of the Most Complete Garages on the Beach
Body and Fender Work, Auto Painting, Color Matching
FREE ESTIMATE
WELDINGBATTERIESSTORAGEWRECKER SERVICE
804 First Street, Miami Beach FloridaPhone 5-9392
XMAS SPECIALS
CRUISES
HAVANA NASSAU
3 DaysAll Expense 4 DaysAll Expense
$36.60 UP $36.00 UP
CONSOLIDATED TOURS, Inc.
305 N. E. First Street!Phone 2-6903Miami
742 Washington Ave.,Phone 5-4308Miami Beach
HENRY HUGOT
and ASSOCIATES of
Florence Villa
Apartments
1450 Meridian Ave.
Extend Greetings for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
H. S. JAEGAR
and Associates of
OVERBEA8
TRANSPORTATION 00.
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
228 S. W. N. River Drive
MIAMI, FLORIDA
AT MIAMI ITHI NLY.
93-Pe. Genuine China
Dinn
er Service
2995
Available on Club Plan
A beautiful dinner
service for 12 per-
sons; Two new pat-
terns Service in-
cludes 12 each: Din-
ner Plates, 8alad
Plates. Bread and
Butters, Cups. Sauc-
ers, Fruits. Soups,
One each: Large
Platter, Small Plat-
ter. Covered Vege-
table Dish, Open
Vegetable Dish.
Graw Boat. Creamer
and Covered Sugar


PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. O. Box 2978
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W. Second Avenue
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
EnU.! as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
OFFICES IS PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ....
gjx Months
......... 12.00
......... $1.00
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1938
VOLUME 11NUMBER 51.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
THOMAS B. WEST
PAPER BOXES, POSTCARDS
PACKAQINQ MATERIAL*
123 N. W. Jlrd Street
l'HONE t-tlU
CHANUKA GREETINGS
WALTER B. WILSON
REALTOR
938 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
Little River Garage
TEL. 7-9277WRECKER SERVICE
GUARANTEED
Auto Repairing, Body and Fonder
Work, Starting, Lighting. Ignition
Ouco Painting. Battery Charging,
Topi, Seat Cover*
SPECIALIZING IN REBUILDING
WRECKS
S272 N, E. Second Avenue
^rM*W3W5":T ; -r'
M. S. RANDLEM '
Chairman H'nai B'rith Member-
ship campaign
CHANUKA GREETINGS
JOHN E. OAUOHAN
AND
ARROW PLUMBING CO
PAINLESS PLUMBING AT
PAINLESS PRICES
1950 N. W. 17th Avenue
PHONES: 2-8073J-4208
CHANUKA GREETINGS
R. W. Brown Co.
Fertilizers-Insecticides
Distributors Growers Supplies
office South Miami
PHONE 4-3375
HAVANA
a o vm |
Ail ExpensePersonally Conducted
S-DAY
CRUISE
'36
50
SAILINGS TUESOAVA-ANO
FRIDAYS
i Pays. 1 Nlffct In Havana
Includes: Round-trip, flret-claaa
transportation. Hotel and all
meals in Havana. Sigh.* seeing
In de luxe cars. Guides.
HAVAN
* PLAZA TOU
Bookinj Offkei
10* SS7
BiSCAYNE I WASHINGTON
LVD. AVE.
eiene S.14S41 Rrwne 6-SS70
CHANUKAH GREETINGS (
DR. HORACE B. ALBEA
CHIROPRACTOR
CHIROPRACTIC & RADIOCLA8T
GETS SICK PEOPLE WELL,
1207-1208 Security Bid*.
PHONE S-172S
Boxing Show To
Benefit Refugees
To arouse enthusiasm in the
ampaign of the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
vunds beginning January 8th nrxt.
a monster boxing show will be
held at the Floridian Hotel, Mi
ami Beach, Thursday night, De-
cember 29th.
This show, which is being given
for the benefit of the German
Jewish Refugees, will be tne first
boxing program ever held over
'water. The ring will be placed
in the center of the Floridian
swimming pool, and the working
GREETINGS:
DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD
NAPRAPATH
221 8. W. 22nd Avenue
Phone 2-5839
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS:
1
HOTEL ALCAZAR
DRUG SUNDRY SHOP
SANDWICHES, SODAS. CIGARS
500 Biecayne Boulevard
PHONE 2-I92S
>ress section will be seated in
Soats at the ringside.
Many famous personages in all
valk of life will be among 'the
spectators, and in addition to the
} ijfhts scheduled, there will be a
program of entertainment featur-
ing guest artists from supper
lubs in the district as well as vis-
ting celebrities. Music wlli be
furnished by Alan Fielding and his
Floridian orchestra.
The fights are being handled by
Captain Peeples of the Beach
Arena, who is lining up a card of
>f first-rate fighters for the event.
In addition to the four bouts on
the card, several novelty contests
ire being planned.
Frank Seiden is putting all the
facilities of the Floridian into the
show, which should be the most
I novel and beautiful one of its kind
ever seen in the South.
.
.Kennel Club
Opens Monday
( Continued from Page One)
automobiles may discharge pas-
sengers during inclement weather;
an elaborate ladies' lounge on the
(iUEETINGS
To Our Many Friends
MR. and MRS.
Harold Salvey"
1568 Meridian Avenue
... It is bur pleasure to extend
to all our Jewish friends and
patrons sincere good
wishes for a
Happy Chanuka
Pan American Airways
VIStVyOUB xWTEBKATIOWAL AIRPORT
Temple Israel
Bulletin
Hollywood Beach Hotel. We
=hould say, most fortunate, since
which will have access to that
beautiful hotel during the height
ours is the only organization
of the season. We don't have to
tell you that their cuisine is
superb, their entertainment is al-
ways excellent and this promises
to be a most elegant affair.
We know that you wish to co-1
operate with us in the one and
only big affair of the Temple
which the Sisterhood is sponsor-
ing, namely
DINNER DANCE at HOLLY-
WOOD BEACH HOTEL
January 15th, 1939. 35.00 per
person.
Since our reservations are
limited and we want to give you
the best table possible, won't you
kindly phone one of the commit-
tee soon.
Temple Israel office, 2-7745;
Mrs. Herbert Kleiman. 2830 Pine
Tree Drive, 5-1863; Mrs. Max
Orovitt, 1867 S. W. 11th Terr.,
2-5482; Mrs. Harry Rubin, .736
S W 9th St., 2-1450; Mrs. Harry
Nevins, 2352 S. W. 3rd St, 4-4166.
With most cordial greetings to
you and yours.
Sincerely yours,
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD
Lee C. Rubin
Ruth Orovitx
Phyliss Kleiman
Susan Nevins
Chairmen.
mezzanine; a cocktail bar, and the
palm-bowered patio garden.
Jacob Sher, president, and Wil-
liam L. Huntley, vice-president
and general manager, are looking
ahead to one of the biggest sea-
sons in the history of the track.
The cream of America's greyhound
stars are now at the track.
JAN MASARYK
Son of the noted founder of
( zecho-Slovakia, and former
Minister to England, who will
come to America for the W. P. A.
SINCERE GREETINGS
IDA C. WE8TGARD
10S West Flaaler Street
PHONE 2-00
Boarding Excellent Food
Convenient Transportation
-YOU MAY AS WELL
HAVE THE BEST"
"THE WELL KNOWN HITTER
FROM NORTH AND SOUTH"
HITTER'S
and
NEW LA FLORA HOTELS*
* CftLLfttS AVENUE AND 13th STREET
facing the Ocean
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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.... Roof Solariums Tropical Gardens .
Unexcelled Cuisine .... Moderate Rates ....
DIETARY LAWS 8TRICTLY OBSERVED
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 iaan
MAURICE GROSSMAN
Chairman Speaker's Committee
Greater Miami Federation 1939
Campaign
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MIAMI PANTS
STORES, INC.
INCORPORATED
208 North Miami Avenue
J. D. SIMONS
NO "ISMS" BUT
"AMERICANISM"
McArthur Jersey
Dairy Farms, Inc.
169 N. E. 62nd Street
Phone 7-1017 Miami, Fla.
To Our Many Friends and
Patrons We
EXTENDS GREETINGS
Strand Hotel
226 N. E. Second Street
PHONE 2-7481
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO
ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS
MAGIC CITY
FISH CO.
S. W. 2nd Avenue
FARMER'S CURB MARKET
CHANUKA GREETINGS
ATLANTIC REFINING
and SERVICE STATION
L. L. McAVOY, Mgr.
733 Biacayna Boulevard
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
FOB A
HAPPY CHANUKA
GEO. L. DIXON
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
EQUIPMENT
1100 N- E 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-7635
GREETINGS:
CONSULT
R. M. RAKESTRAW, Inc.
REAL E8TATE
SALESRENTALS
For Full Information Regarding
Lota, Tropical Bungalows. Lux-
urious Home or Apt. Building*
Phone 5-121S 2409 Collins Ave.
GREETINGS:
A. A. GARAGE
N. K. 2nd Avenue at 24th Street
PHONE 2-8244
"MIAMI'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE
ALIGNING SERVICE"
We Stop Shimmy. Excess Tire Wear
and Hard Steering-. When Others fail
Bring It to I'". Axles and Frames
Straightened Cold Without Removing.
Any Misalignment Corrected and
Guaranteed.
QREETINGS:
TIVOLI BEAUTY SALON
Georgia Culpepper 4. Esther Taylor
All Modaa of Beauty Culture
Open By Appointment Evenings
CALL. 3-2561
744 West Flagler Street
(Over Tlvoll Theatre)
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TUTTLE'S OARAGE
INC.
STORAGE AND PACKING
TOUR CAR IS SAFE WITH US
35 S. E. 4th St.Phone 3-2912
DAVIS TOURS
TAKK A Tit If AM
HAVANA
to
SINCERE CHANUKA
GREETINGS
Brady Roofing:
Tile Mfgr. Co.
3260 N. W. 24th Avenue
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
A. BLATT A ASSOCIATES
DELMAN
SHOE SALON
1101 Lincoln Road
S.S. FLORIDA
S.S.EVANGELINE '
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MIAMI
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SUNDAY
1 p.m.
Ism
MUNICIPAL
FMEi Ne. 2
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P*0 TICKET OFFICE
t09 S. E. f t Strati
MIAMI, FLO-UDA T.lepSont !-*::3
INC.
TRAVEL SUOOESTIONS 1938-39
HAVANA ............................... $27.60
NASSAU ................................ $24.50
WEST INDIES ..... ..................... $40.59
MEXICO ............................... $226.00
STEAMERAIRBUS TICKETALL LINES
MIAMI
301 East Flagler St.
MIAMI BEACH
827 Washington Ave.
DRINK
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A NEHIPRODUCT
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
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MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
DRUO AND DEPARTMENT STORE
1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
CHANUKA OREETINOS TO OUR JEWISH FRIEND8
WE ARE FOR AMERICANISM NO OTHER ISMS
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^ptYpECEMBEB23,1938.
JgKJEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
PAGE FIVE
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Our congratulations to Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel
upon his birthday which will be
celebrated next Monday night with
a dinner at Kaplan Hall. Mr.
Maurice Grossman will extend the
greetings of the "Y".
.r MAKES PLANS FOR_______| Anita Bernstein, Ida Engler nd'Y^.STtoU*" *
NEW YEAR'S EVE Isabel Ostroff.
Another bright spot of the even-
ing were the announcements of
the betrothals of Miss
Louis Safan will chairman this
tow Year's Eve Fiesta which will
It held at the beautiful Alamac
Hotel. We urgently request the
members of the "Y" to make their
Novations early by calling Mr.
Maurice Grossman at the "Y" 3-
4012. Assisting Mr. Safan are:
Milton A. Friedman, Miss Ida Eng-
ler and Harry Schwartx.
SEVENTH ANNUAL BALL
IS HUGE SUCCESS
a luncheon at the
Alamac Hotel last Tuesday. Wil-
liam Shayne presided. A member-
ship committee was appointed to
The highlight of the meeting
was the appointment of Leo Rob-
inson as chairman of this year's
Calvacade of Stars, formerly
known as the Parade of Stars.
\Aore data about this affair will
appear soon.
Y. W. H. A. TO HAVE
SURPRISE MEETING
ful silver loving cup. Get a crowd
together and make an evening of
itRefreshments will be served.
Next Tuesday, December 27th,
the Y. W. H. A. will offer its mem-
bers a surprise meeting that ac-
cording to inside inforeceived
GREETINGS
Blaine Moore, Inc.
100 First Trust Cldg.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Marks, former May Queen winner SKlLipr08pec.tiv li,e members, should provide a corking good time
to Ben Clein and Pa' Ba^TS H' Z*L '^55^ **?* 2?
Miss
folks.
Cimmie Pavlow. Congrats
IS
The Seventh Annual Ball
gone but the memory and glamour
will linger on for a long time to
mme The highlight of the even-
took place at midnight when ??"*"* to SUtin WKAT and
The "Y" comes to the front
again. Through the efforts of our
executive director, Maurice Gross-
man we were fortunate in procur-
ing a half hour on Station WKAT,
Miami Beach. This was the Y.
M. H. A. hour. We plan to have
this hour as a regular feature of
the "Y" activities. We suggest
that those who heard this program
none other than that go-getting
Matty Bandler. Other members of
the committee are: Walter Jacobs,
Joseph Upton, A. J. Tobin and E.
Albert Pallot.
ing ~ v----- ---------- ------- tej,
a beautiful silver loving cup was
awarded to Miss Eleanor Marcus,
our Girl Scout leader, as the most
popular girl in the popularity con-
test with runnerup Bea Merlin,
GREETING*:
JAKE NEHAM
PAINTING CONTRACTOR
1(1 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-3n
MIAMI BEACH
them how much you enjoyed
the program. It will enable us to
procure this hour more frequently.
GREETINGS:
Miami Health Clinic
47 N. W. I2nd Place
x Ray Examination, Including
Physical Examination
ONLY $400
PHONE 4-IHl
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Pepper Pot Grill
7S11 Collins AveMiami Bearh
BE BURE TO STOP WHERE
8ERVICE AND QUALITY
PREVAIL
(MANUKA GREETINGS
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE 00.
382 West Flagler St.
To Our Many Friends and
Ai'ijiiainianci's a
HAPPY CHANUKA
MOUSELY
Service Station
302 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
GREETINGS
J. J. RAWLSON
INTERIOR DECORATORS
157 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-8959
+
SINCEREST
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
HUNTER LYON
Inc.
SECURITY BLDG.
MAY THE LIGHTS OF
CHANUKA BRING TRUE
HAPPINESS
"Americanism
Only"
MYRON S.
ZEIENTZ
F.X.
JAMES O'BRIEN
Miller-Buck
& Company
Composition and Tile Roofing
Heating and Ventilating
Systems
Distributors Clow Gasteam
Radiators
Sheet Metal Work
Cor. N. E. 19th St. & Miami ft.
Telephone 2-6139
MIAMI. FLORIDA
CHANUKA QREETINC-S
WEBER & THOMPSON
ACCOUNTANTS \ AUDITORS
Federal & State Tax Counsellors
Nnw Ixcated In the New
ALFRED I. DuPONT BLDG.
GREETINGS
Miami Cue Club
2852 N. W. 27th Ave.
same
meeting Miss Eleanor Marcus win-
ner of the Y. M. H. A. popularity
contest, will be awarded a beauti-
CIIAXUKA GREETINGS
LA FRANCE
Cleaners & Dyers
244 N. W. 35th Street
SINCERE CHANUKA
GREETINGS
I
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
M. H. DICKERS0N
of the
M. and R. RESTAURANT
244 Twenty-third St.
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
RADIO CAB CO.
PHONE 5-3411
1545 Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH
Yates & Destro
Fine Wines and Liquors
Pabst on Draught
230 West Flagler Street
Phone 2-9913
"POP" YATES DESTRO
To Our Many Friends aad
Patrons:
May the Chanuka Lights
Bring True Good Will
C. D. KENNY
COFFEE CO.
Roasted and Ground Daily.
64 West Flagler Street
T
GREETINGS
FRED L.
ELLINGTON
Automobile Repairing
In All Branches
3091 Oak Avenue
Coconut Grove
PHONE 4-2487
I
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Dr. Rosina
E. Heine
310 N. E. 34th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST
Stack Cand. Muck. Marl or Mto>
ed <-!. $1.90 a yard.
Cow Manure, 3 bags 11.M
Phono 4-4(64. Agent will call.
DENTIST
DR. R. S. AKERS
DR. H. L. ANDERSON
DR. R. WILLIAMSON
CLOSED SATURDAY
Ooen Evening* by Appointment]
Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St. |
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
0 0 0
Reliable Mattress
Company
WE STERILIZE, RENOVATE
and UPHOLSTER .-
Reliable Work is Cheaper
and Better
PHONE 2-5693
ONE-DAY SERVICE
515 S. W. 17th AVENUE
!
SIMONS
BEAUTY
SHOPPE
JACK UNDERWOOD
A Complete Modern Beauty
Service
Hair Dyeing Our Specialty
3 Items $1.00
Phone 5-9192. 444 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, Florida
SEASONS GREETINGS
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
CLEMENT L.
THEED
3419 Main Highway
COCONUT GROVE
A HAPPY CHANUKA
DAVID T. ELLIS
Architect
1456 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
The Wm. PENN
HOTEL
DINING ROOM
OPEN TO PUBLIC
Santa* SaparloUT* Kosher
Calais* and Famous American
. rood
Two KHcmaas to Confora to
Dietary lawi
WM. mm TRIANGLE
Tfs Al Wak.-rma. Aral
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
Frank Wolkowsky
"Men's Clothing"
18 N. E. First Avenue
AMERICANISM" ONLY
Window Cleaning
Service of Florida
Floor Waxing a Specialty
Satisfaction Guaranteed
1664 Jefferson Avenue
Miami Beach Phone 5-9076
THE BEST WAY TO HAVANA
WHY?
INQUIRE-INVESTIGATE-COMPARE
1301 Washington Avonne
BEST WISHES
JULIA SINCLAIR SERVICE
INCORPORATED
TRAVEL HOME MANAGEMENT
2:108 Collins Avenue Opposite Roney Plaza
MIAMI BEACH
WE STAND FOR AMERICANISM AND
AGAINST ALL OTHER ISMS
THE OUTLET STORES CO.
1125 S. W. Eighth Street
Phone 2-0454
I VIOLA BELASCO STUDIO OF DANCE
WEDNESDAYS at the E1K8 OLUB
518 JEFFERSON AVENUEMIAMI BEACH
BableaIntermediate ClassesBusiness Girls and Ballroom Claaa.
Bailroom Claaa at Hollywood Tuesday evenlmjs.
FOR PARTICULARS PHONE 4-SMS OR 4-6017
CHANUKA GREETINGS
LEW STARK
at
AT THE EMPIRE BAR
Northeast First Avenue at First Street
ON THE BEACH AT 2227 COLLINS AVENUE
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THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
FRIDAY DECEMBER 28 icm
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELI.NER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES
The first in the series of late
Friday evening services are sched-
ANNUAL CHANUKA PARTY
The much anticipated annual
Chanuka Latke party of the La-
uled for the Friday night of Shab- dies Auxiliary will be held on this
bos Chanuka, December 23rd at Sunday, December 25th at 8:00
8:13 o'clock. Rabbi Kellner will o'clock in the auditorium and club
discuss a most timely topic and rooms of the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S.
will speak on "American Jew*y W. Eighth Street. This annual
Awake"! Rev. Sholom Clein of the event is one of the main sources
Ahavath Achim congregation in of income for our Talmud Torah
Atlanta, a welcome visitor in our and the friends of our synagogue
midst will be heard in several vocal will no doubt again be anxious to
selections and will lead the con- avail themselves of this opportu-
gregants in congregational sing- nity to spend a most enjoyable ev-
ing. It is hoped that these services I ening and help at the same time
will become a public forum for the j a most worthy cause. An excep-
discussion of vital and Jewish tionably fine committee under the
problems. Several Jewish organi- I chairmanship of Mrs. Charles Tan-
zations will be asked to conduct nenbaum will be in charge of the
services from time to time as well prizes and awards. Various games
as men of outstanding importance will be enjoyed and prizes given
will be invited to present talks on to those obtaining high score*,
current Jewish topics. A most cor- j LAD1ES HEBREW CLASS
dial invitation is extended to both | The weekly Hebrew class of the
young and old to com* and join in j udie8 Auxiliary will be held on
this most worthy spiritual venture, ; Monday, December 26th at 12:45
SHABBOS CHANUKA I o'clock. Rabbi Kellner will con-
The Sabbath of Chanuka will be duct the c]ass and most cor marked by a special sermon
preached by Rabbi Kellner during
the morning services. A Talmu-
dic discussion on the subject of
Chanuka will be given by the Rab-
bi in the afternoos. The Shalos
invitation is extended to the mem-
bers of the Auxiliary and to their
friends.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY
The annual Chanuka party of
the religious schools will be held
on Sunday morning, December 25
at 11:00 o'clock in the synagogue.
A varied program of songs, poems
and recitations will be presented
and each class will have a program
of its own- Class 6, section 1,
taught by Mrs- Samuel Tannen-
baum will present a dramatic por-
trayal of the highlights of Jewish
history. A committee of the La-
dies Auxiliary under the supervis-
ion of Mrs. Ida Buckstein, presi-
dent, will present each child with
a Chanuka gift and refreshments.
Chanuka was celebrated by the
several chapters of the Miami
Habasoth in a most befitting man-
ner. On Monday a reception and
party was held at the home of
frs. Abraham A. Kellner where
close to 40 girls listened to the
story of Chanuka and presented
a varied program of songs and
ecitations. Hope Ellen Tannen.
baum acted as chairman and Phyl-
lis Shulman lit the Chanuka can-
dles. Guests of honor were Mrs.
S. Tannenbaum, sponsor of the
Miami Habanoth, Mrs. G. Chert-
kof, sponsor of the Habanoth Buds
[and Mrs. Abraham Kellner, foun-
|der of the movement in this area.
On Tuesday the Buds had a
most enjoyable celebration at the
home of Mrs. Leo Axelrod. On
Thursday a meeting was held at
the home of Mrs. Kellner for the
purpose of forming still another
unit and to make plans for future
activities. It is proposed that a
new group consisting of girls of
Senior High School standing and
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CHANUKA GREETINGS
MB. and MRS.
J. WOLKOWSKY
1560 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
Sudos served after Mincha will be
given this Shabbos by Mr. Louis
Grossman of Quincy, Mass.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
HELP
Male-FemaleWhite-Colored
Culinary, Dining Room, Front
Office, Housekeeping, Engi-
neers, Departments. Leading
Agency for Chefs, Cooks,
Bakers, Waiters, Waitresses,
Maids, Etc
EMPIEE EMPLOYMENT
8ERVICE
Branch Office New York City
76 1-2 First St. 2-7454
Chas. SiveroM. C Kurrus
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Baker's Service
PHONE 4-5443
1601 S. W. 32nd Avenue
Starter and Generator Work
Woco-PepTiolene Motor Oils
GENERATOR REPAIRS
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
ALL MAKES OF WATER
PUMPS AND SYSTEMS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS WE WISH
TO EXTEND GREETINGS
FOR A
HAPPY CHANAKA
BAY-WAY
GARAGE
SERVICE THAT SATISFIES'
221 N. E. Tenth Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Houser Company
INC.
INSURANCE
NO "ISMS" BUT
"AMERICANISM"
DR. J. HOLDEN
BECKWITH
Exodonist
Ingraham Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
CHANUKA GREETINGS
O.K. Products Co.
414 S. Wl 22nd Ave.
P1IONE 4-6911
to be called Habanoth Debs will be
formed under the sponsorship 0f
Mrs. Kellner. Mrs. Tannenbaum
will sponsor and be in charge of
the Miami Habanoth which is the
original group and Mrs. Chertkof
to be in charge of the Buds.
HAPPY CHANUKA
BOULEVARD
BEAUTY SALON
2604 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 2-8360
JOE DATTILOINEZ REED J
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Mme. GLUCK
CORSETIERE
14 McAllister Arcade
Phone 3-2573 Miami
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Robert E. Collins
ARCHITECT
9 N. W. Third Street
PHONE 3-5167
CHANUKA GREETINGS
DR. W. H. CLEMONS
DENTIST
60 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
WE WRITE
Fire, Tornado, Compensation,
rent. Rain, Bond, Burglary,
Plate Glass, Automobile, Jew-
elry, Tourist Bafgage, Par-
cel Post, Use and Occupancy,
Accident and Health, Marine.
FIRST TRUST BUILDING
Phone 3-2648
B I E N V E N I D O
Mraninx Welcome
(all Us First to Help You
Plan a Happy Tour
TO CUBA OF COURSE ...
TROPICAL
TOURS, INC.
AirBOATBus Ticket!
PHONE 3-4165
236-238 Biscayne Boulevard
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS AND
PATRONS WE
EXTEND SINCERE
CHANUKA
OREETINOS
SECOND AVENUE
STOVE CO.
201 N. W. 2nd Avenue
WASHINGTON
STORAGE CO.
"SECURITY AND
RESPONSIBILITY"
Moving:
Packing:
Shipping
1005 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
PHONE 6-3448
MAY THE LIGHTS
OF CHANUKA BRING
TRUE GOOD WILL .
ROYAL PALM
CREAMERY, Inc.
32 N. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 2-4378
HAPPY CHANUKA
BUTLER'S
SHOE STORES
MIAMI
TAMPA ORLANDO
JACKSONVILLE
LAKELAND
WEST PALM BEACH
DAYTONA
ST. PETERSBURG
CHANUKA GREETINGS
General RepairsAll Makes.
Storage
PackardCadillacCrysler
A Specialty
WASHINGTON
GARAGE
NORMAN TILLSON. Mgr.
Complete Automotive Service
Wash. Polish, Greasing, Paint-
ingWrecker Service
430 Washington Avenue
Phone 6-7779 Miami Beach
COMPLIMENTS OF
HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
235 South Miami Avenue
GREETINGS
THE BLUE HAT .
SHOP
Exclusive
Millinery
728 Lincoln Road
PHONE 6-2722
MIAMI BEACH
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
W)E WISH A HAPPY CHANUKA
FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A
BLUE AND GRAY CAB
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LOWEST MIAMI RATES
CALL 2-4141
20 N. W. 1st AVE.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT FOR
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Nervous and General Catarrhal Diseases, including Asthma,
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OUR METHOD
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DR. GEORGE F. EHRLINE
Naturopataic Physician
39 S. E. Sxth StreetMiamiTelephone for Appointment 8-3861
Special Modalities
It Is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our
Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Good Wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
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^vnEOEMBB 28 1988
TEMPLE ISRAEL
jj7 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O.
Indian Creek DriveS-1265
MIAMI BEACH
frit
RABBI COUMAN A. ZWITMAN
5S0 N. E. Sim St.2-7;:,(
MIAMI
nihM. or both of the Rabble will be In the Temple every mornlnf
Tou may coimlt with them on mattere concerning the Jewli commui
Dlty. or >" l>c:>nl problem.. Tou will be aeaured aympathetlc
^taring ." ffrict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
|e tonfregation."Hillel.
THE SABBATH OF
CHANUKA
The Chanukoh festival and its
[Bfnificancc in world affairs to-
Ly, shall be the theme of the
[Jridiy evening servicee, to be
|kid t Temple Israel thla Fri-
Ly evening, Dec. 23rd, 1988.
fSabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
tactic on the subject "Maccabees
|* Modin vs. Madmen of Munich;
[i Contrast in Cultures."
The services will be conducted
[by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
A reception will be held after
J tfae services on Friday evening,
[b which the hostesses will be Mrs.
[William Mayer, Mrs. Leon Levy,
] Mrs. Harry Kanter, Mrs. Sam
[foonhoff, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs.
]l H. Weinstein. Mrs. M. Lants.
firs M. D. Bertuch and Mrs. Her-
nn Stem.
Satnrday morning services are
[kid at the Temple at 11:00 A. M.
DR. KAPLAN'S BIRTHDAY
DINNER
The annual celebration of the
[kthaay of Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
will be held on Monday eve-
Dec. 26th, 1938, at 6:00 o'clock
Temple Israel. The arrange-
ifcmts for the dinner are in
[atrge of Mrs. Frank Perlman.
pi her Sisterhood committee.
jOitsUnding members of the
Puni community, both Jewish
non-Jewish, will be present,
I pay tribute to Dr. Kaplan, ln-
ation about this celebration
be obtained by calling the
nple office, 2-7745.
[Radio: Dr. Kalan and Rabbi
Zwitman will speak on "The In-
fluence of Genesis on Philosophic
Thought," on WIOD at 3:30 P. M.
this Sunday. Mr. Wm. J. Lee and
Annie Laurie Lee will present
musical program.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Even the rebuilding of the
Temple is not as important as the
teaching of children."
The Religious School assembly,
on the last day of ChanukTcoh,
Sunday, Dec. 25th, 1938, will be
dominated by the festive spirit
of our holiday. Chanukkoh gifts
will be given to each child at-
tending our Religious School, and
a program of interest to young
and old will be presented. A
Chanukkoh radio presentation en-
titled "Children of Today" will
feature the dramatic; section of
the program, with Renee Green-
field, Ruth Wolkowsky, Charles
Rubin, Jane Liebling and Ster-
ling Levine- participating. A
T;1,^ "In Tho Days
inviS'fous Sch001 are P"Wiy
whl 1 n !tUnd thiS "Oration,
which will begin at 10:30 A M
The birthdays of Joseph Bulb'in,
Arlma Alpert, Barney Barwale
and Germaine Blum were cele
brated at last Sunday's assembly,
and at this coming Sunday's Cha-
nukkoh program the birthday
celebrants will be Miss Eileen
r-owen. Jules Beckwitt Stuart
Jacobs, Barbara Gordon, Gerald
Gordon and Harold Weinberg.
SISTERHOOD
"A woman who feareth the
Lord, she shall be praised."
Proverbs.
The annual reception and home-
coming dance, tendered to return-
ing University students by the
Temple Israel Sisterhood, will be
held on Wednesday evening, Dec.
28th, 1938, at 9:30 P. M. The
patrons for the dance are. Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Bronston, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Rubin, Mr. and Mrs.
Tobias Simon, Mr. and Mrs. B.
W. Slotc, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Un-
gar, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Wall.
The chairman for the dance will
be Mrs. Isaac Levin- Special in-
vitations have been sent to the
honor guests: Dr. and Mrs. Bow-
man Ashe, Miss Mary Merritt,
PAGE SEVEN
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wilson and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Provin.
GALLA AFFAIR JANUARY
15th, 1939
The Sisterhood committee has
.ent the following letter to the
members of the congregation:
Dear Member:
Now that the season is here and
various activities are being plan-
ned, do you mind if we ask you
what you are doing on New
Year's Eve? Although this cele-
bration is supposed to be a gala
event, yet one rarely manages to
have a good time. Usually the
best hotels are overcrowded, dance
floors mobbed and the check is
out of proportion.
Therefore, in order to avoid the
New Year's Eve din and racket,
we have set the date for our af-
fair for Jan. 15th, 1989| As your
friend, may we suggest that you
celebrate with us?
A group of our members have
been fortunate in getting the
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36th STREET HOTEL ,k
ALL OUTSIDE MM J '*
Opposite Park, Street Car anJ
Bui Transportation
744 N. W. 36th St.Phone 2-S2H
Miami, Flordla
MARGARET 8. HODSON, Mr-.
MM S. W. 8th StPhone 4-SHJ
DURING CHANUKA
FLOWERS
FRESHLY CUT
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Acacia
Flower Shop
FLOWERS WIRED
ANYWHERE
Phone 2-9400
1547 S. W. 8th St., Miami
GREETINGS
THE INN
835 s, W. I2th Avenue
DINNERS
Weekdays, 6 to 8:30 p. m.
hodavK, 12 to 8:30 p. m.
[Full Course Dinners, 50c to 85c
A Cool, Quiet, Delightful
Place to Dine
PHONE 3-9172
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GREENE
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Third Street and Alton Rd.
Miami Beach
GABLE-TITE
Products Company
Manufacturers of Roof Coating
Gable-Tite Waterproofing
NU COTE
Washable Water Paint
BONE WHITE GLAZE
For Furniture
914 N. W. First Ave.
PHONE 2-6316
*+
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
MIAMI
Armature Works
ARTHUR A. CLARK
Armature and Motor Rewinding
665 N .W. Fifth Street
PHONE 2-4749
A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKA
State Electric Co.
MAX KASSELMAN
Electrical Contractors
1211 Sixth Street
Phone 5-9851, Miami Beach
GREETINGS
Davis Loan Office '
201 North Miami Avenue
BEST WISHES TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
BillFossett's
Prescription
Pharmacy
168 S. E. First Street
PHONE 2-7691
TRAVEL
Steamship Tickets to and
from All Parts of the
WORLD
HAVANA TOURS
West Indies Cruises
PRACTICAL
TRAVELERS
BUREAU, INC.
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
213 E. Flagler 803 Wash. Ave
Phone 2-6414 Phone 5-5468
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO
ALL OUR FRIEND8
SCHNEIDER'S RAIT and
TACKLE SHOP
517 Weat Avenuee
Opposite dull Hotel Ilulldlng
MIAMI BEACH
Rouge Box
Beauty Shop
CROQUIONOLE, SHELTON A
EUGENE PERMANENT*
Manicuring, Finger Waving
Scalp Treatment, Hair Drying
1724 S. W. 8th St.Phone J-MSI
GREETINGS:
PEEK
Service Station
TEXACO PRODUCTS
Tire Repair* GreaeingWaihing
W. B. PEEK
608 West 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
Chanuka Greetings
FLAGLER MEMORIAL PARK
Lovely Garden of Memories
Weal Flagler Street at Fifty-third Avenue
(CROWLEY'S
Inc.
Wholesale
Dairy Products
1725 N. W. 7th Avenu.
PRONE S-ttS
M'AMI, FLORIDA
SJNCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND 00JWB l-TIN'' BNGWW
1213 Congress Building
PHONE 2-4958
ftf
J0*
MUSA I
SLE **
ji. W- 25th Are. and 16th St.
IK THE TRADING POST
Indian Doll. Bkets
Moccasins
Ruf. Blankets
_ Alliftor B.fs Blanket.
OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M^OO P. M.
Sotnethinr ..t^tinr to See All the Time
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HOLLEY'S DEPARTMENT STORE
217 Coral "WayCoral Gables
F. N. HOLLEY 5 & 10c STORES
1676 Southwest Eighth StreetMiami
2136 Ponce de Leon BoulevardCoral Gables
J004 Hollywood BoulevardHollywood
A Most Complete Line of Xmas Gifts
KOOLMOTOR
GASOLENE AND OILS
ACME TIRES
Cities Service Products
Distributed By
ORANGE STATE OIL CO.
368 N. E. 58th Terrace
CITIES SERVICE OILS
ONCEALWAYS
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THE JIWI8HTL0ETOIAjr_
rBPAYDEOMIBEK 23 1
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
I
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi1029 N. W. First Street
Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-217S
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily Services at 7:00 a- m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service* Saturday
morning at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services-
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
6:15 p. m.
Sunday SchoolSunday at 10:00
o'clock.
Bar Mitzvah GroupSunday at
9:00 o'clock.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
During the services this coming
Friday evening at 8:15, Rabbi
Max Shapiro will discuss the sub-
ject "Chanuka and ChristmasA
Contrast." Cantor Louis Hayman
assisted by the Beth David choir
will chant the liturgic melodies.
In view of the invaluable service
rendered to our congregation and
to the community by the old-set-
tlers or pioneers of Miami, the
services on Friday evening De-
cember 30th will be dedicated to
the pioneers of Greater Miami.
Isador Cohen, well known civic
GREETINGS
Mike Dallett .Garage
and Service Station
340 Twenty-Third Street
MIAMI BEACH
To My Many Jewish
Friends, Greetings for a
Most
HAPPY CHANUKA
Judge
Arthur Gomez
and religious leader will be guest
speaker. Full details will be an-
nounced next week.
CHANUKA CELEBRATION
During the assembly last Sun-
day the students were recipients
of special Chanuka gifts presented
to theme by the Sisterhood. An
appropriate Chanuka play under
the direction of Misses Ethel Pont
and Adele Sootin was enacted by
the pupils. The teachers and therr
families were guests of Rbbi and
Mrs. Max Shapiro at a "Chanuka
Latkeh" celebration at their home
last Wednesday evening. A teach-
er's meeting preceded the celebra-
tion.
A CORDIAL INVITATION
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro ex-
tend a cordial invitation to their
members and friends to visit with
them at their new home 498 S. W.
Eighteenth Road. They will be
delighted to receive their many
friends at their newly built home
which was erected by Mr. Sam
J. Spector.
MAZEL TOV
Our felicitations are warmly ex-
tended to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gar-
Ian at the birth of a second son-
May they have full "Nachas" from
him.
YAHRZEITEN
The anniversaries of the fol-
lowing beloved departed ones
whose names are inscribed in the
Beth David Book of Life will be
observed during this month of
Teves:
Channa Devorah baa Efraim
Baer, mother of Mrs. Ida Hammer,
first of Teves, December 23rd.
Mordecai ben Yitxchok, father of
Mrs. Saul Grief, second of Tevea,
December 24th.
Molka Leah bas Mayer Zaev,
mother of Meyer and Sidney Rau-
zin, eleventh of Teves, January 2.
The Yahrzeits are observed the
evening before and the day of the
CHANUKA GREETINGS
House of Art
Jewelry
JACK ROSENBERG
821 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
Why Buy a New Stove or Throw
Your Ola' One Away?
We Rebuild and Refiniah Like
MIAMISTOVE
EXCHANGE
172! Weat Flakier Street
PHONE *-*
Gatlin's Garage
General Repairing
Body and Fender Work
Storage and Wrecker
Service
325 West Plagler St.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Ray S. Miller
MIAMI BEACH
TAX ASSESSOR
GREETINGS
Tropical Goatery
Bird Rd. and Ludlain Rd.
GOAT MILK DELIVERED
Best Wishes for a Very
Fortune Tango
HAPPY CHANUKA
37 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
Mancusi-Ungaro
MANFRED M UNGARO
ARCHITECT
7939 N. E. Second Ave.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Jack Simon's
Sundry
1430 N. Wl Third Ave.
IQuiffley's Garage
131 Alton Rd. Phone 5-9138
General Repairing, Paint-
ing, Metal Work, Storage.
Specialists in Body and
Fender Work
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A HAPPY CHANUKA
CORAL GABLES!
GARAGE 1
132 Giralda Avenue
CORAL GABLES
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Haywood Auto
Repair Shop
JAKE YOUNG, Manager
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
WHEEL ALIGNING AND
BRAKE SERVICE
1160 8. W. Fifth Street
PHONE 3-180
The name, of the departed^!
mentioned every Friday evening
preceding the week the anniversar-
ies are observed during the later
services.
GREETINGS
W. J. KN.OX
Civil Engineer and
Surveyor
Miami Springs
OREETINOS:
Miami Beach
Conditioning Club
MASSAGES
Electric Cabinet 4 Vapor Bathe \
Phyaio and Hydro-Therapy
Specializing In Body Moulding
432 EapanoL* Way
MIAMI BEACH
AS FELLOW AMERICANS
WE GREET YOU
WALSH HOTEL
SUPPLY CO.
INCORPORATED
Your Patronage la Always
Appreciated
324 W. Flakier St.Phone 2-71S0
GREETINGS
DELICATESSEN
DOLLY DIMPLE
1782 N. W. 36th Street
Imported and Domestic
Delicacies
HAPPY CHANUKA
DR. T. L. LOWRIE
828 N. W. Third Ave.
GREETINGS
L. A JONES SERVICE, Inc
Virgil F. Gasper
Phone 3-3631
Complete Automobile
Repairing and Rebuilding
150 N. W. First St
DR. S. L. HEINE8 '
SANITARIUM
536 S. W. 12th Avenue
PHONE 2-6305
CHANUKA GREETINGS
DR. B. F. HODSON
Security Building .
GREETINGS TO OUR
FRIENDS
5 HOUR PHOTO
SERVICE
162 N. E. 13th Street
Greetings and Best Wishes
REV. L. LEE GAINE8
Pastor First Church
of the Nazarene
535 N. W. Eighth St.
GROVE BAR AND GRILL
3673 Bird Avenue
COCONUT GROVE
All Kinds of Fancy Mixed
Drinks
Complete Line of
PACKAGE GOODS
After the Races, Your Oasis
KOTKIN BROS.
We Extend Sincere
Greetings for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
Hirsch-F&uth
Furniture Co.
1444 Biscayne Blvd.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SAVE with
SAFETY
Place Your Savings Where They
Will Receive Federal Pro-
tection and a Good
Return
We Have (jy On
Always Paid ^ /Q Savings
EACH ACCOUNT INSURED
UP TO $5,000
PHONE 3-2662
INSURED SAVflKS
A
wmua low*
OHDE fEDCRHL
snvmes ono i.cui nssnrpiTion
* of m.Qmi *
Ground flaw CtMfTMS BIJ3.. 109 R. E-SscsnJ Hvs.
J. M. LIPTON, President


^nnKMBEB23 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDTAW
QBEBT1N08
-ARY'S MARKET
ZiI BAKE SHOP
AH StrictlyFrh^^^^
E'NAl B'RITH
"t'BLlClTY D1RECTOP
PAGE HIKE
(iKF.HTlNGS
SAM BLANCH
[Dixie 5-10-25c Store
1401 N. W Third Avenue
GnWCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
SAM SLATKO
and
JEFFS CAFE
INC.
1201 Wtesrt Flaplcr Street
PHONE 2-9515
DRINKS OR PACKAGE
GOODS
GREETINGS
TAYLOR DRUG CO.. INC.
COT. Collins Ave and 29th St.
Registered Pharmacist on
Duty at All Times
BERNARD POSTAL FORMERLY
MANAGING EDITOR OF THE
SEVEN ARTS FEATURE SYNDI-
CATE. WHOSE APPOINTMENT AS
DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY FOR
B'NAI BTUTH WAS ANNOUNCED
THIS WEEK BY HENRY MONSKY.
PRESIDENT OF THE ORDER.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
I FIRST STATE
BANK
of
MIAMI SPRINGS
CHANUKA GREETINGS
T PASCO RODGERS
State Mutual Insurance Co.
1905-06 Congress BIdg.
GREETINGS
VENETIAN MARKET
Felix Cicirelli
HIS \ E. Second Avenue
GREETINGS
ROBERT H COOK. Inc.
[, Investments, Municipal Bonds
'IM) Inifraham Bid jr.
GREETINGS
K. J. SHELLEY
882 S. E. Second Ave.
Brad Your Holiday Greeting With
Box of Indian Rirer Tree-Ripened
Fruit Packed By
BI8CAYNE FRUIT AND
VEGETABLE CO.. Inc.
Jl W. Flagler 8t Pfcone 1-M71
PACKING HOUSE
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Packers and Skippera of the Fineat
_ Fruit of Florida
w Pack and Ship to all Parts of
'". S. A. and Canada.
*hen in Miami Beach Stop in at
r Beach Store, 132 Fifth Street
SOCIETY
New Club Opens
The Miami Beach City Council
granted a permit to George R. K.
Carter, noted sports promoter and
enthusiast for the "Carter's Riv-
iera Club" which opened last night
at Lincoln Road and the Ocean.
Miami Beach, on the site of the
former Beach and Tennis Clu. At-
tendance and enjoyment of club
privileges will be limited to mem-
bers. Carter who first interested
Tex Rickard in the erection of the
Miami Beach Kennel Club Is
known throughout the country for
his sporta promotions and pre-
viously operated the well known
"Carter's" at Liberty ave., Miami
Beach. Carter's Riviera Club will
operate as one of the finest clubs
in the country catering only to
those of the highest plane.
VVeliare Tea Ie Success
The annual membership tea of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau at the
Roadside Rest last Monday after-
noon was attended by more than
three hundred old and new mem-
bers. The musical program fea
tured Mrs. Willard Jacobson wh<
was accompanied by Mrs. Mcvir
Davis at the piano: and Mrs. Wal
ter Hayes at the piano accordion
The principal speaker was Rabb.
Colman A. Zwitman who spokt
on Foreign Affairs, the work oi
the local Welfare Bureau and th.
coming Federation Campaign
Mesdames Maurice Jacobs am
Morris Cowen, co chairmen of tm
Membership committee reporte,.
that the campaign for member:
would be continued though th<
original goal of five hundred mem-
bers had been attained. Refresh-
ments were served by members o.
the Board of Directors.
MEETING POSTPONED
The scheduled cultural meeting
of the Greater Miami Zionist Or-
ganization has been temporary
postponed because of conflicting
dkter The meeting will be an-
nounced soon.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
WILSON DRUG
COMPANY
S01 Palm Avnu
HIALAH, FLOWIOA
GREETINGS
Electrical Equipment
Company
Distributor for
UNITED MOTORS
PRODUCTS
Electric Anto L> ***
4, Nrwr*SrS,st.
May the < luirmka Lights
Bring True- Happiness
LUDWIG BROS.
1*04 Riarritz Drive
Miami Beach
A HAPPY CHANTKA
MANNIE E. GATES
PHI S. W Seventh St.
GREETINGS
AMERICAN FINANCE
CORP.
A. C Couric. Mjrr.
807 X. E. Second Avenue
<;kketix ALEERT'S GARAGE
2019 X. W. First Court
SINCERE CHANTKA
GREETINGS
PUBLIC SELF SERVICE
STORE
333-337 N. Miami Avenue
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
Strictly for
AMERICANISM
TOM KELLY
and the
KELLY
INSURANCE
AGENCY
Congress Bnflding
I'll ONE 2-6604
B'NAI B'RITH
ait*
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
Season's Greetings To Our Many
Friends and Patrons
ORANGE BOWL BARBECUE
1601 West Flagler St.
PHONE 0 9113
Yours truly will impose upon
you "Jewish Floridian" subscriber-
for the coming year, as the new
;ditor of this column, having been
lppointed at the recent meetln?
>f the officers past and newly
lected of Sholem Lodge. In no
'inmistakable terms your writer
reluctantly accepted not because
of any journalistic inclinations,
but solely because he "can take it."
The coveted distinction of Bros
Matty" Bandler and Ben LeVine
is champion "member getters"
iccording to those "in the know"
is being challenged by stiff com-
petition in the form of none other
than Bro. Sam Frankel. Said good
brother's total of newly acquired
members has now mounted to 47.
When questioned concerning his
technique in soliciting B'Nai B'rith
members, our good Bro. Frankel's
answer disclosed a simple but
practical formula, to-wit: "by tak-
ing the time off to talk to them."
Ben Briths should be delighted
to know that the membership com-
mittee dinner meeting held recent-
ly was quite a success due to the
efforts of our co-chairmen of that
mioothly functioning committee,
ri igh lights of the evening: 25
brothers present, 12 of whom were
lew members; Bro. Bandler enter-
tained with stories of his war ex-
oeriences overseas. Bro. President
Stone's resume of accomplish-
ments of the Lodge during the
past year. We recommend more
meetings of standing committees
during the ensuing year. Results
would be: a better understanding,
unity and cooperation.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SEARS ROEBUCK
&CO.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MIAMI
TRANSIT
COMPANY
AVIIERE ALL GOOD
AMERICANS MEET
RAINBOW
TAVERN
DINEDANCE
Open All Nijrht
2724 N. W. 36th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THE LEAR SCHOOL
1500 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida I
TELEPHONE 5-2723
Co-Ed Resident and Day
Pupils
Kindergarten thru HUrh School
Outdoor Teaching
Attractive Home Life
Advance "dope" has it that
plans are under way for a gigantic
"membership smoker" to be held I.
in Thursday night, aJnuary 5th,
1939. The place has not been sei-
zed nrobably the Elks Club
Rooms, through the courtesy of
Bro. "Bill" Shayne, present Ex-
alted Ruler of the local Elks
Lodge. Bro. "Matty" Bandler and
yours truly are co-chairmen of the
affair. This should offer new mem-
bers the opportunity of a closer
association with other Ben Briths.
thereby creating more interest in
'.he work and activities of B'nai
B'rith. "News Behind the News"
is that the famous Nick ("tzu
schver tzu zein a G-oi") Kennv.
Broadway celebrity and radio col-
umnist for Hearst newspapers, hu-
morist, song writer, master story
teller, etc., will be on hand to
handle his share of the entertain*
ment, "M Cing" etcetra.
With all Miami Jewry definitely
"Federation minded" or at least
"Federation conscious," we salute
the large number of Ben Briths
who have enlisted aa "workers"
in that noble cause. Humanity,
and particularly Jewish existence,
is at stake. The primitive instinct
of self-preservation alone should
be sufficient to arouse in every
Jew and Christian some positive,
definite action in the grave crisis
which this very moment faces
democracy and even civilization it-
aelf!
Sholem Lodge can do Itself
"proud" by officially offering the
Lodge's united support and coop-
eration in the movement of "Fed-
eration."
Finia.
F. COHEN & ASSOCIATES
of the
Lafayette Hotel
5)44 Collins Avenue
GREETINGS TO ALL
OCR FRIENDS
CHAS. N. LUBER
and ASSOCIATES
London Arms Hotel
727 Collins Avenue
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Snider's Antique
and Gift Shop
1104 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM
52 Silver Bluff Ave., Coral Gables
HOME COOKING-
PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE
CHANUKA GREETINGS
LAKEIN
JEWELRY CO.
1116 Lincoln Road
ISADORE LAKEIN
and ASSOCIATES
GREETINGS:
PLAYGR OUND
BEACH AND POOL
EQUIPMENT
CHARLES R. OREAL
S930 N. W. Second Avenue
Phone 2-2738Miami, Florida
.
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO
OUR MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS
Southern \
Lighting Supplies 1
847 North Miami Avenue

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36th STREET HOTEL
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
Opposite Park. Street Car and
But Transportation
744 N. W. Sth Bt.Phone 3-Mti
Miami. Flordta
MARGARET 6. MODSON, Mgr.
( GREETINGS
Kantro Nursery
HSS S. W. 23rd Street
Anv Kind of Soil $1.00 per yard
Mack. Marl or Mixed.
Cow Manure 3 ba*rs $1.00
Bitter Blue Sod
GREETINGS
DIKE AND DANCE
54th Street Taavern
2969 N. W 54th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 7-9149
BILL JOLLEV
MEMBERS AND OFFICERS OF LOYALTY CLUB, BMUKAH CHAPTER O. E. S..
WHO ATTENDED A QUOTA DINNER AT THE ROYAL PALM CLUB RECENTLY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
G B E E N E
EMPLOYMENT SEBVICE
Third Street and Alton Rd.
.Miami Beach
GREETING*
Miami's Leading
School of Music
STUDIO LOCATIONS:
118 Minorca, Coral Oablei
1122 8. W. 21(t Ave., Miami
42!*ilat St., Miami Bi
MIAMI CONSEBVATOBT
1727 N. Bayahora Drive
EST. 1934
PHONE 3-6921
LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES CO.
DISTRIBUTORS
KOSHER FOOD PBODUCTS
ALSO AGENCIES
MANISCHEWIT2MATZO NOODLES BULK CEREALS 4 SPICES
ROKEACH FOOD PRODUCTS CHINESE FOODS
WAVNE CO. VINEGAR MARTEL SARDINES. ETC.
------------GREETINGS
FLORIDA ROOFING COMPANY
ROOFING ENGINEEBS AND CONTBACTOBS
A Division Of
FLORIDA TILE MANUFACTURING CO.
SanchezSpecialist in Tapered Tiles and Distinctive Colors
2720 S. W. 28th Lanee Phone 4-5911
GEO. 0. SANCHEZ. Owner-Man&eer
TANNERS
WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
STORES
1263 WEST FLAGLEB 8TBEET
1753 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
1906 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS CHANUKA
HAVANA
TOUKSCBUISES
Complete Travel Service
NASSAUWEST INDIE8MEXICO
STANDARD TOURS, Inc.
320 N. E. First Street1144 Lincoln Road
Phone .{-2845 Phone 5-6162
Miami Florida Miami Beach, Fla.
LIVESAY Pre-Cast
WINDOW UNITS
Handaome in design. Water tight
Pre-caat In on* unit eliminating
tha um of wood bucka or metal
fln. Stronger than tha wall Itaelf
yet cost no more than any other
type. Inveatlgat* before you build.
Livesay Precast WINDOW CO. uJT2!SZm
For no more than
tha price of a email
box of a a f a t y
matches, our elec-
tric service will
produce 10 ellcee of
golden toaat .
a big bargain for .
TOASTEh
lc
SEE YOUR ELECTRICAL DEALER
LQVV
COACH
FARES
VIA SEABOARD
tt* 1)1 tUXI HKJ.ININC-SEAT
ajb-conditioned coaches
liaw aw i sjassdijsaaes^sssaaMsi
One Way from Miami t
BOSTON........$35.3S'
NEW YORK......$28.72
PHILADELPHIA. $26.47
WASHINGTON.....$23.45
TALLAHASSEE .... $10.30
NEW ORLEANS .... $19.65
EL PASO ........ $40.30
HOUSTON.......$27.51
LOS ANGELES ............ $54.83
SAN FRANCISCO ...... $54.83
JACKSONVILLE.... $7.35
TAMPA......... $5.20
ST. PETERSBURG $6.30
VU Hall Cala BrUf.
Similar low fares to other points.
Consult T. W. Luckett, A. G. P. A.
173 East Flaaler Street. Miami
Telephone 2-31252-6104
SEABQAHO
RAILWAY
all haboabd rmmouom train* ar*
COMVLKTKI.T All CONDITIONED
JOE FELDMAN S
BEVFRAGE DELIVERY
HOME BEER AND
All Popular Brands of Beer De-
livered to Your Home at Reduced
Prices By tha Case
PHONE 1-2177
1006 N. W. Mth St..Miami, Fla.
SYLVIA'S
SWEDISH AMERICAN
RESTAURANT
535 West 41st Street
A Delightfully Different Place to
Dinee. Genuine Swedish and Home
CookingServing Breakfast Lun-
cheon and Dinner
CHANUKA GREETINGS
BARCELONA TEA ROOM
MM I'nncc ile I,oon Blvd.
Coral Gables
A HAPPY CHANTKA
BEST BATTERY CO.
1599 W. Flagler St.Phone 33212
BatteriesAuto and Marine
"EXPERT WORKMANSHIP"
GUARANTEED SERVICE
A HAPPY CHANUKA
For Bargains in flood
lTsel Cars See
F. F. Nann Motors
800 8. W. 8th Street
PHONE 3-4831
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
J. W. WATSON, Jr.
CITY ATTORNEY
"Bank on Yourself**
*
DON'T bank on the generosity of friends
DONT bank on the kindness of neighbors
DON'T bank on the charity of strangers
The world does not owe vou a livingbut
you owe it to yourself to safeguard the present
and provide for the future.
A small sum set aside regularly from what
you are earning now may save you from humilia-
tion in the future, if not from actual want.
Of course, the saving of monev involves some
self-denial, but it is worth it. Saving builds up
self-respect, increases mental efficiency, teaches
you to bank on yourself.
Start a Saving* account TODAY and KEEP IT UP.
We Pay 2% Interest
AMERICAN
BANK and
TRUST CO.
i
v 139 N E. First Street
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT


tm
lay DECEMBER 23 1938
. SOCIETY
lNSTALLATION CEREMONIES
TO BE HELD
The installation ceremonies of
Emunah Chapter No. 175, Order
0f the Eastern Star, will take
place Monday evening, December
26th at 8:00 o'clock in Scottish
Bite Temple, to which the public
i i invited.
Newly elected and appointed of-
ficers are:
Mrs. Anne Reisman, Worthy
Matron; Mr. Philip Eisenberg,
Patron; Mrs. Philip Somber %,
Associate Matron; Mr. Jack
Schwartz, Associate Patron; Mrs.
Bernard Simon, Secretary; Mrs.
Mitchell Kupperburg, Treasurer;
Mrs. Buddy Anthony, Conductress;
Mrs. Henry Rabin, Associate Con-
ductress; Mrs. Ida Eisenberg, Mar-
shall; Mrs. Mel Kaler, Chaplain;
Mrs. Celia Auslander, Organist;
Miss Dianne Coopersmith, Adah;
Mrs. Leo Meyer, Ruth; Mrs. Mich-
ael Arnold, Esther; Miss Harma
Coopersmith, Martha; Mrs. Jack
Winner, Electa; Mrs. Lillian Got-
tesman, Warder; Mr. E. Albert
Pallot, Sentinel.

SPINOZO GROUP
MEETS
The Spinoza Group is now hav-
ing two sessions a week. Satur-
day meetings will continue as
hitherto. The second session is
held on Tuesday evening at 7:30
to 9:30, also, on the lawn of Fran-
ces K. Powell, 1059 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. One Tuesday
evening will be devoted to a study
of Jewish topics and the other
Tuesday evening will be devoted
to Astronomy.
Last Tuesday evening Dr. Wolf-
ton spoke on the Earth Among the
Stars.
Next Saturday afternoon Dr.
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAIT
r GREETINGS
MILLER and MUNDY
I DRIVE YOURSELF, Inc.
1030 Alton Road
I All Standard Make Cars, For
I Rent by Day, Week or Month
| Member Chamber of Commerce
+
WALTERSON
BODY WORKS
1135 N. Miami Avenue
Body and Fender Repairing
Wreck* Rebuilt. Wheel Align-
ing, Frame and Axle Straigh-
tening, Dnco and Nn Enamel
Refiniaking
NORTH MIAMI FEED
and FERTILIZER 00.
FEED and FERTILIZER
125th Street A Dixie Highway;
PHONE 7-3411
EVENING BAGS
A SPECIALTY
at
MR. FOSTER'S
STORE
100 Eaat Flagler Street
Wolfson will gpek on The Life of
Reason and the following Tues-
day evening the Group will discuss
Anti-Semitism, how to Prevent it
Spread in Our Country. All are
fcvelcome to attend. There is no
charge.

TEMPLE PLANS
JANUARY AFFAIR
The members of the Board of
the Sisterhood of Temple Israel
were entertained at lunch by their
president Mrs. M. P. Travers, at
the Park Central Hotel, after its
regular meeting on Friday, De-
cember 9th.
Among the business matters dis-
cussed was an affair to be held
sometime in January and arrange-
ments were left to four chairmen:
Mrs. Harrv Rubin, Mrs. Max Oro-
vitz, Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mrs.
Herbert Kleiman.

FAREWELL DINNER
GIVEN
Friday evening the Spanish
Room of the Hotel Evans was the
scene of a farewell dinner party
given by Mr. H. Haft of New York
City for his son, Mr. Morris Haft
who leaves today for New York.
Among the many guests attending
were: Mr. Joe Stein with his
i -----
charming wife and family. Mr.
Stein is the chairman of the Flor-
ida Racing Commission; and Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.

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TO BE GIVEN
Merit system examinations for
those who wish to qualify for po-
sitions with the State Welfare
Board will be held February 11,
'1938. The deadline for applica-
tions is midnight January Z", 1989.
The deadline is being placed sev-
eral weeks in advance of the ex-
amination in order to enable the
merit system committee to care-
fully check each application.
Blanks may be obtained from the
District Welfare Board, 31 N. E.
PAOEELEVEBr
First Street, or the State Office
in Jacksonville.
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PAQg TWELVE,
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY DECEMBER saijJ
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
Michigan Annul
Phone S-13IS
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
719 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-J01J
Divine strvices at usual.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach Sat-
Laght." "The portion of the
Week" will be the source for his
urday moraine on "The Law of
subject at the Shalosh S'oodoss
held Saturday afternoon between
Mincha and Maariv. The public
is welcome.
FRIDAY EVENING FORUM
"Dedication" will be the subject
of this Friday evening's lecture
by Rabbi Mescheloff. Cantor
Mamches will sing a number of
Chanukah melodies. The service
begins at 8:15. Everyone is in-
vited.
fIGIOITS .SCHOOL ,,
TERfAINMENT
Idren p^our daily and
Sunday religioah school will pre-
sent their Chanukah entertain-
ment this Sunday afternoon at 2
P. M., under the direction of Miss
S. Shpall and Miss D. Lightman.
They will present a play en-
titled "The Chanukah Angel."
Taking part in it are: Arthur
Greenberg, Beverly K a m i n s,
Harold Herman, Honold Kirshner,
Stanley Helewitz, Barbara Hutner
and Joan Kantor. "The Candle-
stick" by Gerald Enorfeld, David
Freed, Adelle Margolis, Julius
Ser, Murry Matter, Jerome Wex-
ler, Allan Wolff, David Guttman,
Victir Hoffer, Louis Winkler.
Candle drill byRosalyn Wallick.
. Beverly Kamins, Carol Rise. Bar-
bara Hutner, Murray Malter,
Jerome Wexler. Victor Hoffer,
Bernard Saffer. Duets by Allen
Chassner and Stonley Helewita.
Recitations by Morton Rosenboum,
Marilyn Goodman, Lona Cohen,
Harild Herman. Solos: Rema
Jackson, Rema Sou Pickeu,,
Stuart Kohn, Sibyl and Sonay
'.Wexler.
Admission 25c; tickets on sale
at door.
SUNDAY SESSIONS
At last Sunday morning's re-
ligious sessions Chanuka dreyd-
lach were given to all children.
Classes with perfect attendance
were: class four and claas five.
Largest attendance: Class one.
Rema Pickua sang during the as-
s mbly; and Harold Herman recit-
ed a poem of his own entitled,
Hebrew School.
Next Sunday morning each
class will have its own Chanuka
project in which candlesticks, dry-
dlach, Chanukah greeting cards
and posters will be made by the
children. The history, observance
and significance today of Chanu-
kai were the subjects last Sunday
morning.
Registration for our Sunday
sessions takes place every Sunday
morning from 10 to 12. Registra-
tion for daily school, daily from
7:00 to 4:00. Classes are conduct-
ed from 3:30 to 7,00.
THE MINIONAIRES
The Minionairea, a club for boys
between the ages of 18 and 18.
was formed last Sunday morning
at the breakfast of our Young
Men's Minyan. The host for the
morning was Mr. L D. Spivak.
Plans for this new young men's
club are being formulated. Eigh-
teen charter members have join-
ed. To join attend the next Sun-
day morning service at 9:00 a. m.
HABANOTH; CHANUKA
ENTERTAINMENT
The Habanoth entertainment
held last Sunday evening drew an
audience of approximately 600.
The two-act play "A Chanuka in
Palestine" was enthusiastically re-
ceived. A number of accordion
solos by Lillian Marcus, solos by
Dorothy Schonbaum and monolog-
ues by Leeah Israelson, Phyllis
Kohn and others were also pre-
sented. Phyllis Kohn was announc-
er. The president, Rita Schonfeld
welcomed the assembly. Past Pres-
ident Natalie Feller presented the
gift of the curtain for the ark and
the covers for the pulpit tables to
FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE
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QUICK PRESS SERVICE
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448 Espanola Way
Spanish Village, Miami Beach
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For If years we have served a
large and discriminating clientele
Carefully selected Imported fab-
rics. Including English doeskin.
1140 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 6-3812 Miami Beach
SPANISH -
ROOM
FULL COUKSf i
DINNER
SERVED FROM
6 TO 9 P. M.
RY ; AWs r?s:
Reservations Suggested
Phone 5-4611
HOTEL EVANS
Cellini Av< at 10th St.
MIAMI BEACH
EDNA'S
BEAUTY SALON
2272 S. W. 8th STREET
Specialising in Shelton and
Zotos Permanent Waves, Par-
ker Herbey Scalp Treatments.
PHONE 4-4912
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St. and Normal Ave.
CHICAGO, ILL.
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked
Meats
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
DELICATESSEN
Now Obtainable Every-
where in Florida
kO ANY HEADACHES
LATELY? ."
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TO YOU AND
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Oranges............................ $4.00 12.15 $1.75 .,.,
Grapefruit ..................... 3.60 1.85 1.4a .,
Mixed .............................. 3.85 2-00 145 1.00
SELECT
Full Standard Bex 1-2 Box Bushel 1-2 Bushel
Oranges .......................... $8.65 $1.95 SljO .55
Grapefrnit ...................... 840 1.85 1.25 75
Mixed .............................. 848 1.75 1.40 '45
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the synagogue. Mr. Frank an-
swered with words of appreciation
for the service and the spirit of
the Habanoth.
Gifts were presented to each of
the Habanoth members from the
synagogue by Mr. H. Wasserman,
vice president. The Habanoth
report of the banquet committee
was received with applause. Dis-
cussion on the extent of participa-
tion of the Sisterhood in the Fed-
eration of Jewish Welfare Funds
was very enthusiastic.
After the meeting a program
was presented by members of the
Miami Beach Habanoth who sang
a number of Chanuka songs, and
gave a number of solos and mon-
ologues. Edna Miller recited; Lil-
lian Marcus sang a Jewish song.
A number of classical piano selec-
tions were rendered by Irving
Freedman, one of our Minionaires.
Refreshments were served at the
close of the meeting by Mrs. A.
Tobin and Mrs. B. H. London.
ORGANIZATIONS
Our Minionaires meet every
Sunday morning at 9:00 o'clock.
The Habanoth meets Monday ev-
enings at 7:00. The Boy Scouts
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The local chapter of the Council
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Girl Scoot Troop meets everyl
Wednesday evening at 7:00. Tail
Miami Beach chapter of the YoungI
Judea is changing in meetinai
night from Thursday evening to!
Monday evening at 8:00 o'clock. '
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PAQg TWELVE, THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY DECEMBER saijJ BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi Michigan Annul •Phone S-13IS MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 719 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-J01J Divine strvices — at usual. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach SatLaght." "The portion of the Week" will be the source for his urday moraine on "The Law of subject at the Shalosh S'oodoss held Saturday afternoon between Mincha and Maariv. The public is welcome. FRIDAY EVENING FORUM "Dedication" will be the subject of this Friday evening's lecture by Rabbi Mescheloff. Cantor Mamches will sing a number of Chanukah melodies. The service begins at 8:15. Everyone is invited. f IGIOITS .SCHOOL ,, TERfAINMENT Idren p^our daily and Sunday religioah school will present their Chanukah entertainment this Sunday afternoon at 2 P. M., under the direction of Miss S. Shpall and Miss D. Lightman. They will present a play entitled "The Chanukah Angel." Taking part in it are: Arthur Greenberg, Beverly K a m i n s, Harold Herman, Honold Kirshner, Stanley Helewitz, Barbara Hutner and Joan Kantor. "The Candlestick" by Gerald Enorfeld, David Freed, Adelle Margolis, Julius Ser, Murry Matter, Jerome Wexler, Allan Wolff, David Guttman, Victir Hoffer, Louis Winkler. Candle drill byRosalyn Wallick. Beverly Kamins, Carol Rise. Barbara Hutner, Murray Malter, Jerome Wexler. Victor Hoffer, Bernard Saffer. Duets by Allen Chassner and Stonley Helewita. Recitations by Morton Rosenboum, Marilyn Goodman, Lona Cohen, Harild Herman. Solos: Rema Jackson, Rema Sou Pickeu,, Stuart Kohn, Sibyl and Sonay '.Wexler. Admission 25c; tickets on sale at door. SUNDAY SESSIONS At last Sunday morning's religious sessions Chanuka dreydlach were given to all children. Classes with perfect attendance were: class four and claas five. Largest attendance: Class one. Rema Pickua sang during the ass mbly; and Harold Herman recited a poem of his own entitled, Hebrew School. Next Sunday morning each class will have its own Chanuka project in which candlesticks, drydlach, Chanukah greeting cards and posters will be made by the children. The history, observance and significance today of Chanukai were the subjects last Sunday morning. Registration for our Sunday sessions takes place every Sunday morning from 10 to 12. Registration for daily school, daily from 7:00 to 4:00. Classes are conducted from 3:30 to 7,00. THE MINIONAIRES The Minionairea, a club for boys between the ages of 18 and 18. was formed last Sunday morning at the breakfast of our Young Men's Minyan. The host for the morning was Mr. L D. Spivak. Plans for this new young men's club are being formulated. Eighteen charter members have joined. To join attend the next Sunday morning service at 9:00 a. m. HABANOTH; CHANUKA ENTERTAINMENT The Habanoth entertainment held last Sunday evening drew an audience of approximately 600. The two-act play "A Chanuka in Palestine" was enthusiastically received. A number of accordion solos by Lillian Marcus, solos by Dorothy Schonbaum and monologues by Leeah Israelson, Phyllis Kohn and others were also presented. Phyllis Kohn was announcer. The president, Rita Schonfeld welcomed the assembly. Past President Natalie Feller presented the gift of the curtain for the ark and the covers for the pulpit tables to FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE Dry Cleaning, Tailoring, Lanndry TAYLOR'S QUICK PRESS SERVICE PHONE 5-3225 448 Espanola Way Spanish Village, Miami Beach PIERRE FINE CUSTOM TAILORING PIERRE A. VACCA For If years we have served a large and discriminating clientele Carefully selected Imported fabrics. Including English doeskin. 1140 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 6-3812 Miami Beach SPANISH — ROOM FULL COUKSf i DINNER SERVED FROM 6 TO 9 P. M. %  RY ; AWs r?s: Reservations Suggested Phone 5-4611 HOTEL EVANS Cellini Av< at 10th St. MIAMI BEACH EDNA'S BEAUTY SALON 2272 S. W. 8th STREET Specialising in Shelton and Zotos Permanent Waves, Parker Herbey Scalp Treatments. PHONE 4-4912 KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida kO ANY HEADACHES LATELY? ." NO, THANKS TO YOU AND NERVINE, Nurse Thanks Friend for Recommending DR.MILES NERVINE A nurse writes that she suffered from frequent headaches. Nothing stopped them until a friend recommended DR. MILES NERVINE. She says Nervine stops headaches before they get a good start Three generations have found DR. MILES NERVINE effective for Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervous Irritability, Nervous Indigestion, Headache, Travel Sickness. Get DR. MILES NERVINE at your drug store LIQUID NERVINE Large btl. SIM, Small bll. 2S* EFFERVESCENT TABLETS Large pkg. 75*, Small pkg. J5* M Do You Own Your Home? Thir, never waa a batter tlma than now to build an* The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing: Administration Makes R Peeelbla QJa ma a call and I will gladly Map yaii to sat tha hast paeetbt* laformation u to IU Baaau H. SIMONS Care Aefcarman Ine. Agency 101s Seybela Blao(•haws a-sui TREE-RIPENED INDIAN RIVER FRUIT DIRECT FROM THE GROVES OF JAMES R. COOPER DIRECT TO CONSUMER—SHIPPED TO YOUR ORDER VERY SELECT Full Standard Box 1-2 Box Bushel 1-2 Bushel Oranges $4.00 12.15 $1.75 .,., Grapefruit 3.60 1.85 1.4a ., Mixed 3.85 2-00 145 1.00 SELECT Full Standard Bex 1-2 Box Bushel 1-2 Bushel Oranges $8.65 $1.95 SljO .55 Grapefrnit 840 1.85 1.25 75 Mixed 848 1.75 1.40 '45 BRING THIS AD AND 7*% DISCOUNT ON ABOVE PRICES WILL BB ALLOWED 281 N. W. 86th STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA %  "" aa aaaa a aa a % % % % % %  the synagogue. Mr. Frank answered with words of appreciation for the service and the spirit of the Habanoth. Gifts were presented to each of the Habanoth members from the synagogue by Mr. H. Wasserman, vice president. The Habanoth report of the banquet committee was received with applause. Discussion on the extent of participation of the Sisterhood in the Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds was very enthusiastic. After the meeting a program was presented by members of the Miami Beach Habanoth who sang a number of Chanuka songs, and gave a number of solos and monologues. Edna Miller recited; Lillian Marcus sang a Jewish song. A number of classical piano selections were rendered by Irving Freedman, one of our Minionaires. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. A. Tobin and Mrs. B. H. London. ORGANIZATIONS Our Minionaires meet every Sunday morning at 9:00 o'clock. The Habanoth meets Monday evenings at 7:00. The Boy Scouts WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! We Refus-t To Be ; • '< I 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHOT4F 3-4132 meet Tuesday evenings at 8 The local chapter of the Council of Jewish Juniors meets every 0 th-1 er Tuesday evening at 8:00. Toil Girl Scoot Troop meets everyl Wednesday evening at 7:00. Tail Miami Beach chapter of the YoungI Judea is changing in meetinai night from Thursday evening to! Monday evening at 8:00 o'clock. To Our Many Friends and Patrons GREETINGS Court House Billiard Room The Best and Biggest in the South Billiard Room Supplies MORRIS BAIN, President Phone 2-7542, 87-41 Miami Ct GREETINGS JAQUES HEARST ••World-Famous Psstrlts Add to tha Suceass of Your Party" Everything; In INTERNATIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS Telephone S-1761—16S4 Alton Rd. Miami Beach and Hendersonvllle I GREETINGS: Miami Auto Wrecking: Co. NEW AND U8ED PARTS FOR YOUR CAR CASH PAID FOR WRECKED AND BURNED CARS 61S-6S0 N. W. 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!<.**•" CA^ift; *JeMsh Floridian m GSS5& TKie Jew-,** v „ nr gnLPME 11 —inTMBER 51 WORKP:RS RALLY TO BE HELD Ballying its campaign workers for the intensive ten day drive the Greater Miami Federation of Jew[ U Welfare Funds will hold its 1 got worker's rally at Beth David Talmud Torah on Wednesday night December 28th at 8:80 o'clock when a speaker of national promI fence will tell of conditions throughout the world affecting *ry. The famous tal k i n g film [ Through Europe with J. D. C." | which has caused thousands to (realize the plight of our people $aof! the seas will be shown for the first time in this area. All eunpaign workers and their friends are urged to be on hand to ueeive the information which they till need to spread during the campaign. On Sunday January 1st from 1:00 to fi:00 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will entertain at [ u "At Home" for the campaign workers. The campaign will begin January 9th and last through January ISth. The goal set is too, 150 and wil linclude twenty(fcree local, national and overseas nlief organizations, taking in very Marly every phase of Jewish life in the entire Jewish world. FLAGLER TRACK OPENS MONDAY West Flakier Kennel club, | America's most beautiful greyhound racing center, will inaugurate an 80-night meeting Monday, Dec M, with some of the nation's I fastest racing greyhounds competing. Racing Secretary R. K. Japour i has carded an elaborate progarm j of eleven races, which will be •waded by the Inaugural Stake went, annual opening feature of | toe picturesques West Flagler oval. The inaugural event, which is •eheduled ninth on the program, j ku drawn some of the country's j "a"*outstanding streamlined •indburners. Contention among the big field j i nominees throughout the past eeuple of weeks of schooling has keen so keen that not even Racing f Secretary Japour himself was cer| tain today of the eight starters *" this edition went to press. However, it may be mentioned *t some of the following grey| *>"nds have the inside track for tt race: Rip-ARarin, triple <* Harrison, i "xl.. Derby champion; Bonnie km'se, Futurity stake winner Jom Revere Beach, Mass.; West J*l*r, namesake of the West •^R'er Kennel club and champion the whole Pacific coast; Fence Jjjwd. that great son of old Red Wh j" k and On The Nose. N e\e r before in the history of *et Flagler racing has such an funding flock of greyhounds "**" on hand for a meeting. "urdlw races again will be a %  fntly feature at West Flagler *ennel club this season and a """"her of the country's leading MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS 'AMERICA WANTS NONE OF YOU, MR. HITLER!" t WE dedicate this number, particularly in view of the fact thai Jewry throughout the entire world is observing Chanuka, to those who oppose isms of the kind that is threatening to destroy democracy everywhere. Chanuka is primarily the festival of Jewry who want to commemorate th. destruction of a totaliUrian ^rnment whose desire it was to impoae it. own religion or lack of reUgton TL. f th*t sire whose aim it was to deny to human beupon Jews of tnat age, wno "" tnHav Z. the right to worship Ood a. they derired. even a, today %  S. %  wd hi. cohort, are attempting in Oem^y and their vassal state.. We in these United States of America, a land founded on the ideals of democracy are happy to shake hands with our fellow Americans of every creed and faith, at a time when we Jew. celebrate the immortal victory of democracy over tyranny, the festival of Chanuka, and together to pledge our every energy, our resources and our strength for the ultimate destruction of every ism but that of Americanism. ... an ism which stands •for democracy, brotherly love, respect for one another, and a common working ground for all men. jumpers are here ready to go. Among them I. Good* Goodie Boy. the greyhound "hich smashed all dog hurdling records last .eason by "P^^enTe.! tlve hurdles races. My Ben, Real Command. Moura Bye, Duch Reuther are other notable Jumpers also which will be among the contending fields this season. The West Flagler Kennel club this year has a number of exclusive features which will better the sport and add to the pleasure of the patrons. It has the all-glass disappearing starting box, the only one of its kind in America; the special Flagler Foto Finish camera with no obstacles obstructing the view of the track; electrically cooled free drinking water fountains; an elaborate entrance beneath which (Continue* on Page Three* .;



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r AGE EIGHT THE JIWI8HTL0ETOIAjr_ rBPAYDEOMIBEK 23 1 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) I 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—1029 N. W. First Street Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-217S PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily Services at 7:00 am., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbath Service* — Saturday morning at 8:30. Junior Congregation ServicesSaturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School—Sunday at 10:00 o'clock. Bar Mitzvah Group—Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES During the services this coming Friday evening at 8:15, Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the subject "Chanuka and Christmas—A Contrast." Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David choir will chant the liturgic melodies. In view of the invaluable service rendered to our congregation and to the community by the old-settlers or pioneers of Miami, the services on Friday evening December 30th will be dedicated to the pioneers of Greater Miami. Isador Cohen, well known civic GREETINGS Mike Dallett .Garage and Service Station 340 Twenty-Third Street MIAMI BEACH To My Many Jewish Friends, Greetings for a Most HAPPY CHANUKA Judge Arthur Gomez and religious leader will be guest speaker. Full details will be announced next week. CHANUKA CELEBRATION During the assembly last Sunday the students were recipients of special Chanuka gifts presented to theme by the Sisterhood. An appropriate Chanuka play under the direction of Misses Ethel Pont and Adele Sootin was enacted by the pupils. The teachers and therr families were guests of Rbbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro at a "Chanuka Latkeh" celebration at their home last Wednesday evening. A teacher's meeting preceded the celebration. A CORDIAL INVITATION Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro extend a cordial invitation to their members and friends to visit with them at their new home 498 S. W. Eighteenth Road. They will be delighted to receive their many friends at their newly built home which was erected by Mr. Sam J. Spector. MAZEL TOV Our felicitations are warmly extended to Mr. and Mrs. Jack GarIan at the birth of a second sonMay they have full "Nachas" from him. YAHRZEITEN The anniversaries of the following beloved departed ones whose names are inscribed in the Beth David Book of Life will be observed during this month of Teves: Channa Devorah baa Efraim Baer, mother of Mrs. Ida Hammer, first of Teves, December 23rd. Mordecai ben Yitxchok, father of Mrs. Saul Grief, second of Tevea, December 24th. Molka Leah bas Mayer Zaev, mother of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin, eleventh of Teves, January 2. The Yahrzeits are observed the evening before and the day of the CHANUKA GREETINGS House of Art Jewelry JACK ROSENBERG 821 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Why Buy a New Stove or Throw Your Ola' One Away? We Rebuild and Refiniah Like MIAMISTOVE EXCHANGE 172! Weat Flakier Street PHONE *-*• Gatlin's Garage General Repairing Body and Fender Work Storage and Wrecker Service 325 West Plagler St. CHANUKA GREETINGS Ray S. Miller MIAMI BEACH TAX ASSESSOR GREETINGS Tropical Goatery Bird Rd. and Ludlain Rd. GOAT MILK DELIVERED Best Wishes for a Very Fortune Tango HAPPY CHANUKA 37 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS Mancusi-Ungaro MANFRED M UNGARO ARCHITECT 7939 N. E. Second Ave. CHANUKA GREETINGS Jack Simon's Sundry 1430 N. Wl Third Ave. IQuiffley's Garage 131 Alton Rd. Phone 5-9138 General Repairing, Painting, Metal Work, Storage. Specialists in Body and Fender Work —.. .— .—•—. a — of 1 A HAPPY CHANUKA CORAL GABLES! GARAGE 1 132 Giralda Avenue CORAL GABLES A HAPPY CHANUKA Haywood Auto Repair Shop JAKE YOUNG, Manager GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING WHEEL ALIGNING AND BRAKE SERVICE 1160 8. W. Fifth Street PHONE 3-180 The name, of the departed^! mentioned every Friday evening preceding the week the anniversaries are observed during the later services. GREETINGS W. J. KN.OX Civil Engineer and Surveyor Miami Springs OREETINOS: Miami Beach Conditioning Club — MASSAGES — Electric Cabinet 4 Vapor Bathe \ Phyaio and Hydro-Therapy Specializing In Body Moulding 432 EapanoL* Way MIAMI BEACH AS FELLOW AMERICANS WE GREET YOU WALSH HOTEL SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED Your Patronage la Always Appreciated 324 W. Flakier St.—Phone 2-71S0 GREETINGS DELICATESSEN DOLLY DIMPLE 1782 N. W. 36th Street Imported and Domestic Delicacies HAPPY CHANUKA DR. T. L. LOWRIE 828 N. W. Third Ave. GREETINGS L. A JONES SERVICE, Inc Virgil F. Gasper Phone 3-3631 Complete Automobile Repairing and Rebuilding 150 N. W. First St DR. S. L. HEINE8 SANITARIUM 536 S. W. 12th Avenue PHONE 2-6305 CHANUKA GREETINGS DR. B. F. HODSON Security Building GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS 5 HOUR PHOTO SERVICE 162 N. E. 13th Street Greetings and Best Wishes REV. L. LEE GAINE8 Pastor First Church of the Nazarene 535 N. W. Eighth St. GROVE BAR AND GRILL 3673 Bird Avenue COCONUT GROVE All Kinds of Fancy Mixed Drinks Complete Line of PACKAGE GOODS After the Races, Your Oasis KOTKIN BROS. We Extend Sincere Greetings for a HAPPY CHANUKA Hirsch-F&uth Furniture Co. 1444 Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI, FLORIDA SAVE with SAFETY Place Your Savings Where They Will Receive Federal Protection and a Good Return We Have (jy On Always Paid £^ /Q Savings EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $5,000 PHONE 3-2662 INSURED SAVflKS A wmua low* OHDE fEDCRHL snvmes ono i.cui nssnrpiTion OF m.Qmi Ground flaw CtMfTMS BIJ3.. 109 R. E-SscsnJ Hvs. J. M. LIPTON, President



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PAOE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 193 TO INSTALL OFFICERS Officers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be formally inducted into office on Sunday, January 1st, at 7 o'clock P. M. at a banquet in the Palatial Kasher Restaurant. Mr. H. M. Drevich, president of the Congregation is chairman of the arrangements committee and is being as* sisted by other officers and directors. All members and friends of the Congregation are urged to make their reservations for this event immediately by phoning 4-7059 or 2-0869, because of limited space. Full details of this event will be published next week. LEAVES FOR CONVENTION Mr. Milton A. Friedman, local attorney, will leave Sunday for Jacksonville where he will attend the A. Z. A. convention from December 27th through December 29th at the Roosevelt Hotel. Over 150 delegates will attend from the 15 chapters from Charleston, S. C, south. Mr. Friedman will conduct the convention services. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Monnah Park Service Station 2201 N. W. 41st Street PHONE 2-9137, ./ HOLD REGULAR MEETING Beth David Sisterhood held their regular meeting at 2 P. M. with a board meeting presiding at 1 P. M. Hostesses for the after, noon were Mesdames Joe Seyman, Morris Pepper and Jack Pallot. The Annual Purim Dinner will be held February 12th at the Talmud Torah with Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz as chairman. The Annual Purim Ball will be held Sunday evening, March 5th, with Mrs. J. Engler as chairman and details o fthe affair will be announced at a later date. LEAR SCHOOL BEGINS ACTIVITIES The Lear School of Miami Beach will begin their activities during the holiday season of picnics, parties and entertainments on Sunday evening when the first formal dance will be given followed by a Marionette show given December 30th at 3:30 P. M. by the Federal Theatre. .They ..will present "Baba Yaga" and other Russian dancers and singers will entertain. The public is invited to attend. CHANUKA GREETINGS FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS CO. (Not Incorporated) GLASS For All Building Purposed—Mirrors—Insulux Glass Brick KAWNEER and ZOLRI STORE FRONT CONSTRUCTION "From A Box to a Carload" Estimates Cheerfully Given 219 S. W. First Court Phone 3-3118 JACKSONVILLE ORLANDO MIAMI W. PALM BEACH GREETINGS: GENERAL REPAIRING DAY & NIGHT SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE—WHEEL-DRUM STRAIGHTENING Authorized A. A. A. SERVICE WRECKER SERVICE Wheel and Axle Alignment Frame Straightening SMOKER'S GARAGE 127 Northeast Seventh Street PHONE 2-6783 GREETINGS: REGAL FRUIT SHIPPERS BONDED PACKERS AND SHIPPERS MIAMIANS OVER 20 YEARS FLORIDA'S FINEST FRUITS SEE OUR WEEKLY SPECIALTIES GIFT BOXES A SPECIALTY Biscayne Boulevard at Ninth Street PHONE 2-8915 MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE L. & A. GARAGE LEON BOWMAN, Prop. 5-52 4 3 ( A A A ) COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE THE SOUTHS MOST COMPLETE GARAGE 24 HOUR CALL FOR AND DELIVERY SERVICE 110-124 MERIDIAN AVENUE—MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA HAPPY CHANUKA KISER DRILLING CO. 401 Northwest Twenty-Ninth Street PHONE 2-7176 SOUTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE DRILLERS Distributors for DENNING AND WESTCO WATER SYSTEMS GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION wji C 1010 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM i II. D-lolZ 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE HEBREW GROUP TO MEET The Hebrew Cultural group "Tarbut" will meet at the home of H. Koretzky, 1552 Collins Ave-, Miami Beachfi Sunday, January 1st at 3 P. M. Included in the program will be Mr. M. Puchoff, author, who will give his imporessions of Palestine. • • • WEDDING TAKES PLACE The wedding of Miss Harriet Kahn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn, to Myron S. Zeientz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz, took place Sunday, December 18th at the Hollywood Beach Hotel with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Out of town guests attending were Mr. and MrsH. R. Glick and children, Mrs. M. A. Kahn, and Mrs. O. Lewis and children who arrived from Chicago for the wedding and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to Havana and will return the latter part of this weeke. • • • SCHOLARSHIP BRIDGE TO BE HELD The National Council of Jewish Juniors will hoi da Scholarship Bridge Tuesday evening, December 27th at 8:00 o'clock at the Evans Hotel. The proceeds of this affair will be placed in the special fund that is to be used for the Council Scholarships that are awarded. All members and friends friends are urged to attend • • • TOURNAMENT TO BE GIVEN The Hotel Evans is arranging a gala mah Jong tournament to be held in the cypress room some time in January, the date to be announced soon. The tournament will be under the direction of Mrs. Earl D. Maas of Detroit who is an authority on this fascinating Chinese game. Valuable prizes will be awarded. • • • BUSINESS-PROFESSIONAL GROUP TO MEET The Business and Professional Group of Miami Senior Hadassah met December 14th at the An-Nell Hotel when Miss Beatrice Goldenblank welcomed all new lumbers and Miss Martha Spigelman gave the purpose of the club. Included on the program were Miss Mollie Solloway, Mrs. IWeinstein and EXTENDS THANKS TO WORKERS Mrs. M. L. Marcus as chairman wishes personally to thank all those who donated cash and who baked such delicious cakes that tion, Miami Beach, were the guests of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff at a Chanuka Latke party held at their home Tuesday evening. • • • TO CELEBRATE CHANUKA The Rabbis of Greater Miami and their wivea will spend Saturday night, the last evening 0 f Chanuka, in celebration at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Meacheloff. • • • HOTEL EVANS STARTS NEW EVENTS Thursday evening in the Cypress Room of the Hotel Evans at Miami Beach, marked the beginning helped to make the past Welfare! 0 "* rie %  mmd Pictures to Membership Tea a success. I* held ever,r Thur *y evening • • • jthe entire season. The picture was one of Bobby Breen's latest ARRIVES FOR HOLIDAYS Miss Freda Stein of Washington ; 6n ^fl D. C-, arrived here Tuesday from Baltimore to spend the holidays releases. Refreshments were alto ved. One of the newest innovstioni which has a tremendous appeal to with Miss Dorothy Roth. Miw the *"* %  w m *• a m J* their Stein was entertained Monday by Miss Ruth Davis. • • • use for fishing trips. This v. service rendered by the Hotel Evans. This car takes them direct TO HOLD 1* tne Florida K *y" wn r e the boat MEETING "Hotel Evans Fishing Schooner" A very important meeting of the %  Ukta them ,ar 0ut 5n to *• Gulf Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood will ( Stre m for the be8t de P e* %  %  be held Monday, December 26th at 2:00 o'clock at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Mrs. Isidor Cohen will preside. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the guest speaker. All members and friends are urged to attend. • • • ENTERTAIN AT HOME The synagogue and Sisterhood officers of Beth Jacob CongregaJ GREETINGS Black & White Tavern WINE LIQUORS BEES Congenial Atmosphere 2211 N. E. Second Ave. CHANUKA GREETINGS.... ROGER'S GARAGE One of the Most Complete Garages on the Beach Body and Fender Work, Auto Painting, Color Matching — FREE ESTIMATE — WELDING—BATTERIES—STORAGE—WRECKER SERVICE 804 First Street, Miami Beach Florida—Phone 5-9392 XMAS SPECIALS CRUISES HAVANA NASSAU 3 Days—All Expense 4 Days—All Expense $36.60 UP $36.00 UP CONSOLIDATED TOURS, Inc. 305 N. E. First Street!—Phone 2-6903—Miami 742 Washington Ave.,—Phone 5-4308—Miami Beach HENRY HUGOT and ASSOCIATES of Florence Villa Apartments 1450 Meridian Ave. Extend Greetings for a HAPPY CHANUKA H. S. JAEGAR and Associates of OVERBEA8 TRANSPORTATION 00. Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA 228 S. W. N. River Drive MIAMI, FLORIDA • AT MIAMI ITHI NLY. 93-Pe. Genuine China Dinn er Service 29 9 5 Available on Club Plan A beautiful dinner service for 12 persons; Two new patterns Service includes 12 each: Dinner Plates, 8alad Plates. Bread and Butters, Cups. Saucers, Fruits. Soups, One each: Large Platter, Small Platter. Covered Vegetable Dish, Open Vegetable Dish. Graw Boat. Creamer and Covered Sugar„ —



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^nnKMBEB23 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDTAW QBEBT1N08 -ARY'S MARKET Zi I BAKE SHOP A H StrictlyFrh^^^^ E'NAl B'RITH "t'BLlClTY D1RECTOP PAGE HIKE (iKF.HTlNGS SAM BLANCH [Dixie 5-10-25c Store 1401 N. W Third Avenue GnWCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA SAM SLATKO and JEFFS CAFE INC. 1201 Wtesrt Flaplcr Street PHONE 2-9515 DRINKS OR PACKAGE GOODS GREETINGS TAYLOR DRUG CO.. INC. COT. Collins Ave and 29th St. Registered Pharmacist on Duty at All Times BERNARD POSTAL FORMERLY MANAGING EDITOR OF THE SEVEN ARTS FEATURE SYNDICATE. WHOSE APPOINTMENT AS DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY FOR B'NAI BTUTH WAS ANNOUNCED THIS WEEK BY HENRY MONSKY. PRESIDENT OF THE ORDER. A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL I FIRST STATE BANK of MIAMI SPRINGS CHANUKA GREETINGS T PASCO RODGERS State Mutual Insurance Co. 1905-06 Congress BIdg. GREETINGS VENETIAN MARKET Felix Cicirelli HIS \ E. Second Avenue GREETINGS ROBERT H COOK. Inc. • [, Investments, Municipal Bonds 'IM) Inifraham Bid jr. GREETINGS K. J. SHELLEY 882 S. E. Second Ave. Brad Your Holiday Greeting With Box of Indian Rirer Tree-Ripened Fruit Packed By BI8CAYNE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CO.. Inc. J l W. Flagler 8t Pfcone 1-M71 PACKING HOUSE WHOLESALE and RETAIL Packers and Skippera of the Fineat Fruit of Florida w Pack and Ship to all Parts of '". S. A. and Canada. *hen in Miami Beach Stop in at r Beach Store, 132 Fifth Street SOCIETY New Club Opens The Miami Beach City Council granted a permit to George R. K. Carter, noted sports promoter and enthusiast for the "Carter's Riviera Club" which opened last night at Lincoln Road and the Ocean. Miami Beach, on the site of the former Beach and Tennis Clu. Attendance and enjoyment of club privileges will be limited to members. Carter who first interested Tex Rickard in the erection of the Miami Beach Kennel Club Is known throughout the country for his sporta promotions and previously operated the well known "Carter's" at Liberty ave., Miami Beach. Carter's Riviera Club will operate as one of the finest clubs in the country catering only to those of the highest plane. VVeliare Tea IE Success The annual membership tea of the Jewish Welfare Bureau at the Roadside Rest last Monday afternoon was attended by more than three hundred old and new members. The musical program fea tured Mrs. Willard Jacobson wh< was accompanied by Mrs. Mcvir Davis at the piano: and Mrs. Wal ter Hayes at the piano accordion The principal speaker was Rabb. Colman A. Zwitman who spokt on Foreign Affairs, the work oi the local Welfare Bureau and th. coming Federation Campaign Mesdames Maurice Jacobs am Morris Cowen, co chairmen of tm Membership committee reporte,. that the campaign for member: would be continued though th< original goal of five hundred members had been attained. Refreshments were served by members o. the Board of Directors. MEETING POSTPONED The scheduled cultural meeting of the Greater Miami Zionist Organization has been temporary postponed because of conflicting dkter The meeting will be announced soon. CHANUKA GREETINGS WILSON DRUG COMPANY S01 Palm Avnu HIALAH, F LOWIOA GREETINGS Electrical Equipment Company Distributor for UNITED MOTORS PRODUCTS Electric Anto L> £*** 4 N r w r*SrS st. May the < luirmka Lights Bring TrueHappiness LUDWIG BROS. 1*04 Riarritz Drive Miami Beach A HAPPY CHANTKA MANNIE E. GATES PHI S. W Seventh St. GREETINGS AMERICAN FINANCE CORP. A. C Couric. Mjrr. 807 X. E. Second Avenue <;KKETIXf the officers past and newly •lected— of Sholem Lodge. In no 'inmistakable terms your writer reluctantly accepted not because of any journalistic inclinations, but solely because he "can take it." The coveted distinction of Bros Matty" Bandler and Ben LeVine is champion "member getters" — iccording to those "in the know" is being challenged by stiff competition in the form of none other than Bro. Sam Frankel. Said good brother's total of newly acquired members has now mounted to 47. When questioned concerning his technique in soliciting B'Nai B'rith members, our good Bro. Frankel's answer disclosed a simple but practical formula, to-wit: "by taking the time off to talk to them." Ben Briths should be delighted to know that the membership committee dinner meeting held recently was quite a success due to the efforts of our co-chairmen of that mioothly functioning committee, ri igh lights of the evening: 25 brothers present, 12 of whom were lew members; Bro. Bandler entertained with stories of his war exoeriences overseas. Bro. President Stone's resume of accomplishments of the Lodge during the past year. We recommend more meetings of standing committees during the ensuing year. Results would be: a better understanding, unity and cooperation. SEASON'S GREETINGS SEARS ROEBUCK &CO. SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI TRANSIT COMPANY AVIIERE ALL GOOD AMERICANS MEET RAINBOW TAVERN DINE—DANCE Open All Nijrht 2724 N. W. 36th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS THE LEAR SCHOOL 1500 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida I TELEPHONE 5-2723 Co-Ed Resident and Day Pupils Kindergarten thru HUrh School Outdoor Teaching Attractive Home Life Advance "dope" has it that plans are under way for a gigantic "membership smoker" to be held I. in Thursday night, aJnuary 5th, 1939. The place has not been seized — nrobably the Elks Club Rooms, through the courtesy of Bro. "Bill" Shayne, present Exalted Ruler of the local Elks Lodge. Bro. "Matty" Bandler and yours truly are co-chairmen of the affair. This should offer new members the opportunity of a closer association with other Ben Briths. thereby creating more interest in '.he work and activities of B'nai B'rith. "News Behind the News" is that the famous Nick ("tzu schver tzu zein a G-oi") Kennv. Broadway celebrity and radio columnist for Hearst newspapers, humorist, song writer, master story teller, etc., will be on hand to handle his share of the entertain* ment, "M Cing" etcetra. With all Miami Jewry definitely "Federation minded" or at least "Federation conscious," we salute the large number of Ben Briths who have enlisted aa "workers" in that noble cause. Humanity, and particularly Jewish existence, is at stake. The primitive instinct of self-preservation alone should be sufficient to arouse in every Jew and Christian some positive, definite action in the grave crisis which this very moment faces democracy and even civilization itaelf! Sholem Lodge can do Itself "proud" by officially offering the Lodge's united support and cooperation in the movement of "Federation." Finia. F. COHEN & ASSOCIATES of the Lafayette Hotel 5)44 Collins Avenue GREETINGS TO ALL OCR FRIENDS CHAS. N. LUBER and ASSOCIATES London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Avenue SEASON'S GREETINGS Snider's Antique and Gift Shop 1104 Lincoln Road Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM 52 Silver Bluff Ave., Coral Gables HOME COOKINGPLEASANT ATMOSPHERE CHANUKA GREETINGS LAKEIN JEWELRY CO. 1116 Lincoln Road ISADORE LAKEIN and ASSOCIATES GREETINGS: PLAYGR OUND BEACH AND POOL EQUIPMENT CHARLES R. OREAL S930 N. W. Second Avenue Phone 2-2738—Miami, Florida CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS Southern \ Lighting Supplies 1 847 North Miami Avenue 1



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN FRIDAY DECEMBER 28 icm MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELI.NER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES The first in the series of late Friday evening services are schedANNUAL CHANUKA PARTY The much anticipated annual Chanuka Latke party of the Lauled for the Friday night of Shabdies Auxiliary will be held on this bos Chanuka, December 23rd at Sunday, December 25th at 8:00 8:13 o'clock. Rabbi Kellner will o'clock in the auditorium and club discuss a most timely topic and rooms of the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. will speak on "American Jew*y W. Eighth Street. This annual Awake"! Rev. Sholom Clein of the event is one of the main sources Ahavath Achim congregation in of income for our Talmud Torah Atlanta, a welcome visitor in our and the friends of our synagogue midst will be heard in several vocal will no doubt again be anxious to selections and will lead the conavail themselves of this opportugregants in congregational singnity to spend a most enjoyable eving. It is hoped that these services I ening and help at the same time will become a public forum for the j a most worthy cause. An excepdiscussion of vital and Jewish tionably fine committee under the problems. Several Jewish organiI chairmanship of Mrs. Charles Tanzations will be asked to conduct nenbaum will be in charge of the services from time to time as well prizes and awards. Various games as men of outstanding importance will be enjoyed and prizes given will be invited to present talks on to those obtaining high score*, current Jewish topics. A most corj LAD1ES HEBREW CLASS dial invitation is extended to both | The weekly Hebrew class of the young and old to com* and join in j udie8 Auxiliary will be held on this most worthy spiritual venture, ; Monday, December 26th at 12:45 SHABBOS CHANUKA I o'clock. Rabbi Kellner will conThe Sabbath of Chanuka will be duct the c]ass and most corE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT LOWEST MIAMI RATES CALL 2-4141 20 N. W. 1st AVE. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT FOR Arthritis, Muscular Rheumatism, Sinus, Paralysis, Abdominal, Nervous and General Catarrhal Diseases, including Asthma, Head and Ear Conditions, Etc. OUR METHOD Liberating Nature* Healing Energlee for the Benefit of the Individual DR. GEORGE F. EHRLINE Naturopataic Physician 39 S. E. Sxth Street—Miami—Telephone for Appointment 8-3861 Special Modalities It Is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Good Wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO.



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 iaan MAURICE GROSSMAN Chairman Speaker's Committee Greater Miami Federation 1939 Campaign CHANUKA GREETINGS MIAMI PANTS STORES, INC. INCORPORATED 208 North Miami Avenue J. D. SIMONS NO "ISMS" BUT "AMERICANISM" McArthur Jersey Dairy Farms, Inc. 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 7-1017 Miami, Fla. To Our Many Friends and Patrons We EXTENDS GREETINGS Strand Hotel 226 N. E. Second Street PHONE 2-7481 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS MAGIC CITY FISH CO. S. W. 2nd Avenue FARMER'S CURB MARKET CHANUKA GREETINGS ATLANTIC REFINING and SERVICE STATION L. L. McAVOY, Mgr. 733 Biacayna Boulevard MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY CHANUKA GEO. L. DIXON HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 1100 NE 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-7635 GREETINGS: CONSULT R. M. RAKESTRAW, Inc. REAL E8TATE SALES—RENTALS For Full Information Regarding Lota, Tropical Bungalows. Luxurious Home or Apt. Building* Phone 5-121S— 2409 Collins Ave. GREETINGS: A. A. GARAGE N. K. 2nd Avenue at 24th Street PHONE 2-8244 "MIAMI'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE ALIGNING SERVICE" We Stop Shimmy. Excess Tire Wear and Hard Steering-. When Others fail Bring It to I'". Axles and Frames Straightened Cold Without Removing. Any Misalignment Corrected and Guaranteed. QREETINGS: TIVOLI BEAUTY SALON Georgia Culpepper 4. Esther Taylor All Modaa of Beauty Culture Open By Appointment Evenings CALL. 3-2561 744 West Flagler Street (Over Tlvoll Theatre) CHANUKA GREETINGS TUTTLE'S OARAGE INC. STORAGE AND PACKING TOUR CAR IS SAFE WITH US 35 S. E. 4th St.—Phone 3-2912 DAVIS TOURS TAKK A Tit If AM HAVANA to SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS Brady Roofing: Tile Mfgr. Co. 3260 N. W. 24th Avenue SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA A. BLATT A ASSOCIATES DELMAN SHOE SALON 1101 Lincoln Road S.S. FLORIDA S.S.EVANGELINE IIIIMIIS %  (III • %  I Hill tt III Fsr Muslim, k ill S—ISSHI ( %  ( %  in F.E.C. Illlsir TMM lass %  si| to Trns toe*. %  he* MIAMI Sillies IVIRV OAV •ttii SUNDAY 1 p.m. Ism MUNICIPAL FMEi Ne. 2 IM S. (. III! II. P*0 TICKET OFFICE t09 S. E. f t Strati MIAMI, FLO-UDA T.lepSont !-*::3 INC. TRAVEL SUOOESTIONS 1938-39 HAVANA $27.60 NASSAU $24.50 WEST INDIES ..... $40.59 MEXICO $226.00 STEAMER—AIR—BUS TICKET—ALL LINES MIAMI 301 East Flagler St. MIAMI BEACH 827 Washington Ave. DRINK PAR—T—PAK A NEHIPRODUCT NEHI BOTTLING CO. BINOEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc. DRUO AND DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH CHANUKA OREETINOS TO OUR JEWISH FRIEND8 WE ARE FOR AMERICANISM — NO OTHER ISMS M. & M. Dredging & Construction Co. POSTAL BUILDINC! MIAMI, FLORIDA



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PAGE 4 ">J •••," -•-•36th STREET HOTEL ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS Opposite Park. Street Car and But Transportation 744 N. W. Sth Bt.—Phone 3-Mti Miami. Flordta MARGARET 6. MODSON, Mgr. ( GREETINGS Kantro Nursery HSS S. W. 23rd Street Anv Kind of Soil $1.00 per yard Mack. Marl or Mixed. Cow Manure 3 ba*rs $1.00 Bitter Blue Sod GREETINGS DIKE AND DANCE 54th Street Taavern 2969 N. W 54th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 7-9149 BILL JOLLEV •MEMBERS AND OFFICERS OF LOYALTY CLUB, BMUKAH CHAPTER O. E. S.. WHO ATTENDED A QUOTA DINNER AT THE ROYAL PALM CLUB RECENTLY SEASON'S GREETINGS G B E E N E EMPLOYMENT SEBVICE Third Street and Alton Rd. .Miami Beach GREETING* Miami's Leading School of Music STUDIO LOCATIONS: 118 Minorca, Coral Oablei 1122 8. W. 21(t Ave., Miami 42!*—ilat St., Miami Bi MIAMI CONSEBVATOBT 1727 N. Bayahora Drive EST. 1934 PHONE 3-6921 LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. DISTRIBUTORS KOSHER FOOD PBODUCTS ALSO AGENCIES MANISCHEWIT2—MATZO— NOODLES BULK CEREALS 4 SPICES ROKEACH FOOD PRODUCTS CHINESE FOODS WAVNE CO. VINEGAR MARTEL SARDINES. ETC. GREETINGS FLORIDA ROOFING COMPANY ROOFING ENGINEEBS AND CONTBACTOBS A Division Of FLORIDA TILE MANUFACTURING CO. Sanchez—Specialist in Tapered Tiles and Distinctive Colors 2720 S. W. 28th Lanee Phone 4-5911 GEO. 0. SANCHEZ. Owner-Man&eer TANNERS WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES 1263 WEST FLAGLEB 8TBEET 1753 N. E. SECOND AVENUE 1906 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS CHANUKA HAVANA TOUKS—CBUISES Complete Travel Service NASSAU—WEST INDIE8—MEXICO STANDARD TOURS, Inc. 320 N. E. First Street—1144 Lincoln Road Phone .{-2845 Phone 5-6162 Miami Florida Miami Beach, Fla. LIVESAY Pre-Cast WINDOW UNITS Handaome in design. Water tight Pre-caat In on* unit eliminating tha UM of wood bucka or metal fln. Stronger than tha wall Itaelf yet cost no more than any other type. Inveatlgat* before you build. Livesay Precast WINDOW CO. uJT2!£SZm For no more than tha price of a email box of a a f a t y matches, our electric service will produce 10 ellcee of golden toaat a big bargain for TOASTEh lc SEE YOUR ELECTRICAL DEALER LQVV COACH FARES VIA SEABOARD tt* 1)1 tUXI HKJ.ININC-SEAT AJB-CONDITIONED COACHES —li—aw %  %  aw i sjassdijsaaes^sssaaMsi One Way from Miami t BOSTON $ 35.3S' NEW YORK $ 28.72 PHILADELPHIA. $26.47 WASHINGTON $ 23.45 TALLAHASSEE .... $10.30 NEW ORLEANS .... $19.65 EL PASO ........ $40.30 HOUSTON $ 27.51 LOS ANGELES $54.83 SAN FRANCISCO $54.83 JACKSONVILLE.... $7.35 TAMPA $5.20 ST. PETERSBURG $6.30 • VU Hall Cala BrUf. Similar low fares to other points. Consult T. W. Luckett, A. G. P. A. 173 East Flaaler Street. Miami Telephone 2-3125—2-6104 SEABQAHO RAILWAY ALL HABOABD rmmouom TRAIN* AR* COMVLKTKI.T All CONDITIONED JOE FELDMAN S BEVFRAGE DELIVERY HOME BEER AND All Popular Brands of Beer Delivered to Your Home at Reduced Prices By tha Case PHONE 1-2177 1006 N. W. Mth St..—Miami, Fla. SYLVIA'S SWEDISH AMERICAN RESTAURANT 535 West 41st Street A Delightfully Different Place to Dinee. Genuine Swedish and Home Cooking—Serving Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner CHANUKA GREETINGS BARCELONA TEA ROOM MM I'nncc ile I,oon Blvd. Coral Gables A HAPPY CHANTKA BEST BATTERY CO. 1599 W. Flagler St.—Phone 33212 Batteries—Auto and Marine "EXPERT WORKMANSHIP" GUARANTEED SERVICE A HAPPY CHANUKA For Bargains in flood l T sel Cars See F. F. Nann Motors 800 8. W. 8th Street PHONE 3-4831 CHANUKA GREETINGS J. W. WATSON, Jr. CITY ATTORNEY "Bank on Yourself** DON'T bank on the generosity of friends DONT bank on the kindness of neighbors DON'T bank on the charity of strangers The world does not owe vou a living—but you owe it to yourself to safeguard the present and provide for the future. A small sum set aside regularly from what you are earning now may save you from humiliation in the future, if not from actual want. Of course, the saving of monev involves some self-denial, but it is worth it. Saving builds up self-respect, increases mental efficiency, teaches you to bank on yourself. Start a Saving* account TODAY and KEEP IT UP. We Pay 2% Interest AMERICAN BANK and TRUST CO. %  i v 139 N E. First Street SAVINGS DEPARTMENT



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^pt YpECEMBEB23,1938. JgKJEWISH FLORIDIAN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) PAGE FIVE NEWS AROUND TOWN Our congratulations to Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel upon his birthday which will be celebrated next Monday night with a dinner at Kaplan Hall. Mr. Maurice Grossman will extend the greetings of the "Y". r MAKES PLANS FOR | Anita Bernstein, Ida Engler nd'Y^.STtoU* !" !" NEW YEAR'S EVE Isabel Ostroff. Another bright spot of the evening were the announcements of the betrothals of Miss Louis Safan will chairman this tow Year's Eve Fiesta which will It held at the beautiful Alamac Hote l. We urgently request the members of the "Y" to make their Novations early by calling Mr. Maurice Grossman at the "Y" 34012. Assisting Mr. Safan are: Milton A. Friedman, Miss Ida Engler and Harry Schwartx. SEVENTH ANNUAL BALL IS HUGE SUCCESS a luncheon at the Alamac Hotel last Tuesday. William Shayne presided. A membership committee was appointed to The highlight of the meeting was the appointment of Leo Robinson as chairman of this year's Calvacade of Stars, formerly known as the Parade of Stars. \Aore data about this affair will appear soon. Y. W. H. A. TO HAVE SURPRISE MEETING ful silver loving cup. Get a crowd together and make an evening of it—Refreshments will be served. Next Tuesday, December 27th, the Y. W. H. A. will offer its members a surprise meeting that according to inside info—received GREETINGS Blaine Moore, Inc. 100 First Trust Cldg. MIAMI, FLORIDA Marks, former May Queen winner SKlLi pr08pec tiv li,e members, should provide a corking good time to Ben Clein and Pa' Ba^TS H' Z *L '£^55^ **?£* 2? Miss folks. Cimmie Pavlow. Congrats IS The Seventh Annual Ball gone but the memory and glamour will linger on for a long time to mme The highlight of the eventook place at midnight when ??"*"* to SUti n WKAT and The "Y" comes to the front again. Through the efforts of our executive director, Maurice Grossman we were fortunate in procuring a half hour on Station WKAT, Miami Beach. This was the Y. M. H. A. hour. We plan to have this hour as a regular feature of the "Y" activities. We suggest that those who heard this program none other than that go-getting Matty Bandler. Other members of the committee are: Walter Jacobs, Joseph Upton, A. J. Tobin and E. Albert Pallot. ing ~ v — — te j, a beautiful silver loving cup was awarded to Miss Eleanor Marcus, our Girl Scout leader, as the most popular girl in the popularity contest with runnerup Bea Merlin, GREETING*: JAKE NEHAM PAINTING CONTRACTOR 1(1 Washington Avenue Phone 5-3n MIAMI BEACH them how much you enjoyed the program. It will enable us to procure this hour more frequently. GREETINGS: Miami Health Clinic 47 N. W. I2nd Place x Ray Examination, Including Physical Examination ONLY $400 PHONE 4-IHl CHANUKA GREETINGS Pepper Pot Grill 7S11 Collins Ave—Miami Bearh BE BURE TO STOP WHERE 8ERVICE AND QUALITY PREVAIL (MANUKA GREETINGS HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE 00. 382 West Flagler St. To Our Many Friends and Ai'ijiiainianci's a HAPPY CHANUKA MOUSELY Service Station 302 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. GREETINGS J. J. RAWLSON INTERIOR DECORATORS 157 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-8959 •+ SINCEREST CHANUKA GREETINGS HUNTER LYON Inc. SECURITY BLDG. MAY THE LIGHTS OF CHANUKA BRING TRUE HAPPINESS "Americanism Only" MYRON S. ZEIENTZ F.X. JAMES O'BRIEN Miller-Buck & Company Composition and Tile Roofing Heating and Ventilating Systems Distributors Clow Gasteam Radiators Sheet Metal Work Cor. N. E. 19th St. & Miami ft. Telephone 2-6139 MIAMI. FLORIDA CHANUKA QREETINC-S WEBER & THOMPSON ACCOUNTANTS \ AUDITORS Federal & State Tax Counsellors Nnw Ixcated In the New ALFRED I. DuPONT BLDG. GREETINGS Miami Cue Club 2852 N. W. 27th Ave. same meeting Miss Eleanor Marcus winner of the Y. M. H. A. popularity contest, will be awarded a beautiCIIAXUKA GREETINGS LA FRANCE Cleaners & Dyers 244 N. W. 35th Street SINCERE CHANUKA GREETINGS I SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. M. H. DICKERS0N of the M. and R. RESTAURANT 244 Twenty-third St. MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS RADIO CAB CO. PHONE 5-3411 1545 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH Yates & Destro Fine Wines and Liquors Pabst on Draught 230 West Flagler Street Phone 2-9913 "POP" YATES DESTRO To Our Many Friends aad Patrons: May the Chanuka Lights Bring True Good Will C. D. KENNY COFFEE CO. Roasted and Ground Daily. 64 West Flagler Street T GREETINGS FRED L. ELLINGTON Automobile Repairing In All Branches 3091 Oak Avenue Coconut Grove PHONE 4-2487 I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Dr. Rosina E. Heine 310 N. E. 34th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST Stack Cand. Muck. Marl or Mto> ed <-•!. $1.90 a yard. Cow Manure, 3 bags 11.M Phono 4-4(64. Agent will call. DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS DR. H. L. ANDERSON DR. R. WILLIAMSON CLOSED SATURDAY Ooen Evening* by Appointment] Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St. | CHANUKA GREETINGS 0 0 0 Reliable Mattress Company WE STERILIZE, RENOVATE and UPHOLSTER .Reliable Work is Cheaper and Better PHONE 2-5693 ONE-DAY SERVICE 515 S. W. 17th AVENUE SIMONS BEAUTY SHOPPE JACK UNDERWOOD A Complete Modern Beauty Service Hair Dyeing Our Specialty 3 Items $1.00 Phone 5-9192. 444 Collins Ave Miami Beach, Florida SEASONS GREETINGS TO MY MANY FRIENDS CLEMENT L. THEED 3419 Main Highway COCONUT GROVE A HAPPY CHANUKA DAVID T. ELLIS Architect 1456 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH The Wm. PENN HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC Santa* SaparloUT* Kosher Calais* and Famous American rood Two KHcmaas to Confora to Dietary lawi WM. mm TRIANGLE Tfs Al Wak.-rma. Aral A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MY FRIENDS Frank Wolkowsky "Men's Clothing" 18 N. E. First Avenue •AMERICANISM" ONLY Window Cleaning Service of Florida Floor Waxing a Specialty Satisfaction Guaranteed 1664 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-9076 THE BEST WAY TO HAVANA WHY? INQUIRE-INVESTIGATE-COMPARE 1301 Washington Avonne BEST WISHES JULIA SINCLAIR SERVICE INCORPORATED TRAVEL HOME MANAGEMENT 2:108 Collins Avenue Opposite Roney Plaza MIAMI BEACH WE STAND FOR AMERICANISM AND AGAINST ALL OTHER ISMS THE OUTLET STORES CO. 1125 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-0454 I VIOLA BELASCO STUDIO OF DANCE WEDNESDAYS at the E 1K8 OLUB 518 JEFFERSON AVENUE—MIAMI BEACH Bablea—Intermediate Classes—Business Girls and Ballroom Claaa. Bailroom Claaa at Hollywood Tuesday evenlmjs. FOR PARTICULARS PHONE 4-SMS OR 4-6017 CHANUKA GREETINGS LEW STARK at AT THE EMPIRE BAR Northeast First Avenue at First Street ON THE BEACH AT 2227 COLLINS AVENUE I f


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tm LAY DECEMBER 23 1938 SOCIETY lN STALLATION CEREMONIES TO BE HELD The installation ceremonies of Emunah Chapter No. 175, Order 0 f the Eastern Star, will take place Monday evening, December 26th at 8:00 o'clock in Scottish Bite Temple, to which the public i i invited. Newly elected and appointed officers are: Mrs. Anne Reisman, Worthy Matron; Mr. Philip Eisenberg, Patron; Mrs. Philip Somber %, Associate Matron; Mr. Jack Schwartz, Associate Patron; Mrs. Bernard Simon, Secretary; Mrs. Mitchell Kupperburg, Treasurer; Mrs. Buddy Anthony, Conductress; Mrs. Henry Rabin, Associate Conductress; Mrs. Ida Eisenberg, Marshall; Mrs. Mel Kaler, Chaplain; Mrs. Celia Auslander, Organist; Miss Dianne Coopersmith, Adah; Mrs. Leo Meyer, Ruth; Mrs. Michael Arnold, Esther; Miss Harma Coopersmith, Martha; Mrs. Jack Winner, Electa; Mrs. Lillian Gottesman, Warder; Mr. E. Albert Pallot, Sentinel. • • • SPINOZO GROUP MEETS The Spinoza Group is now having two sessions a week. Saturday meetings will continue as hitherto. The second session is held on Tuesday evening at 7:30 to 9:30, also, on the lawn of Frances K. Powell, 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. One Tuesday evening will be devoted to a study of Jewish topics and the other Tuesday evening will be devoted to Astronomy. Last Tuesday evening Dr. Wolfton spoke on the Earth Among the Stars. Next Saturday afternoon Dr. THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAIT r GREETINGS MILLER and MUNDY I DRIVE YOURSELF, Inc. 1030 Alton Road I All Standard Make Cars, For I Rent by Day, Week or Month | Member Chamber of Commerce + — WALTERSON BODY WORKS 1135 N. Miami Avenue Body and Fender Repairing Wreck* Rebuilt. Wheel Aligning, Frame and Axle Straightening, Dnco and Nn Enamel Refiniaking NORTH MIAMI FEED and FERTILIZER 00. FEED and FERTILIZER 125th Street A Dixie Highway; PHONE 7-3411 EVENING BAGS A SPECIALTY at MR. FOSTER'S STORE 100 Eaat Flagler Street Wolfson will gpek on The Life of Reason and the following Tuesday evening the Group will discuss Anti-Semitism, how to Prevent it Spread in Our Country. All are fcvelcome to attend. There is no charge. • • • • TEMPLE PLANS JANUARY AFFAIR The members of the Board of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel were entertained at lunch by their president Mrs. M. P. Travers, at the Park Central Hotel, after its regular meeting on Friday, December 9th. Among the business matters discussed was an affair to be held sometime in January and arrangements were left to four chairmen: Mrs. Harrv Rubin, Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mrs. Herbert Kleiman. • • • FAREWELL DINNER GIVEN Friday evening the Spanish Room of the Hotel Evans was the scene of a farewell dinner party given by Mr. H. Haft of New York City for his son, Mr. Morris Haft who leaves today for New York. Among the many guests attending were: Mr. Joe Stein with his i charming wife and family. Mr. Stein is the chairman of the Florida Racing Commission; and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. • • • EXAMINATIONS TO BE GIVEN Merit system examinations for those who wish to qualify for positions with the State Welfare Board will be held February 11, '1938. The deadline for applications is midnight January Z", 1989. The deadline is being placed several weeks in advance of the examination in order to enable the merit system committee to carefully check each application. Blanks may be obtained from the District Welfare Board, 31 N. E. PAOEELEVEBr First Street, or the State Office in Jacksonville. T A M I A MI TOURIST COURT COMFORTABLE COTTAOES— CABINS—TRAILER SPACE I. T. PISTELLI, Mgr. JOTS 8. W. 8th St.—Phone 4-llM BBB NEWS -"-OWER CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS & PATRONS Bryan Park Pharmacy CHAS. M. TANNENBAUM 2200 S. W. Eighth Street GREETINGS Churchill Motors All Model* and Make* of Good USED CARS Seee Us For Real Bargaina 1748 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 2-1144 GREETINGS Abbott Electric 186 N. E. 20th Street PHONES: 3-4811—7-3082 HAPPY CHANUKA STANLEY'S CASH STORE 528 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9138 GREETINGS Todd's Fountain Supply Co. 30 S. W. Eighth Street CHANUKA GREETINGS Modern Cleaners 712 N. E. Second Avenue .MIAMI, FLORIDA 4 Best Wishes to My Fellow Americans for A HAPPY CHANUKA J. P. CASH SEASON'S GREETINGS DRUCKERS WATCHMAKERS A. JEWELERS 1031 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-7S LET ME PROVE Metropolitan Life INSURANCE CO. Provides the maximum of Insurance at the lowest net cost. LEON ELKIN, Rep. Phone 2-6085 — Res. S-2866 CHANAKA GREETINGS CHILI JACK Miami's Original Maker of Real Mexican Dishes Genuine Mexican Chili Con Carne—Hot Tsinales Enchiladas PHONE 2-9835 1032 Biscayne Boulevard Established 1921 GREETINGS Guy's Auto Parts 237 N. W, 20th Street SINCEREST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA ELECTROLUX Inc. Postal Building THE ASTOR HOTEL Washington at Tenth Street Miami Beach Announces the Opening of its NEW STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM American and European Plan For Rates and Information Consult M. ROSNER. Manager The Road to Health Vitamin Restaurant 318 Collins Ave.—Miami Beach Food Scientifically Prepared aerved by I. ALTMAN A JEAN LEE New York Dietitians OPENING TODAY x1 Serving V Floridas Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 446 COLLIN/ AVE. MIAMI REACH GREETINGS PRESIDENT BOWMAN F. ASHE and THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI WE ARE AGAINST ALL ISMS" EXCEPT 'AMERICANISM" EDWARDS' SERVICE STATION 1380 Southwest Eighth Street PHONE 3-1661 WHERE TOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED CHANCKA GREETINGS TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS E. B. TAIT CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 801.') N. E. 2nd Avee. Phone 7-2429 CHANUKA GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL, Inc. ~ CONTRACTOR 79 Northeast Twentieth Terrace—PHONE 3-1922 585 Northeast Fifty-eighth Street—PHONE 7-2876 WORLD-WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE MIAMI BEACH Now Booking Attractive Holiday Trips ALL EXPENSE TOURS AND CRUISES TICKETS VIA STEAMSHIP, RAH., BUS AND AIR LINES (Opposite Dempsey-Vanderbilt Hotel) 2032 Collins Avenue Phone 5-1421 OREETIN08 CABINETS AND FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER COCONUT GROVE CABINET SHOP 3051 Douglas Road—Phone 4-5564 ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRING CALL FOR ESTIMATES GREETINGS RENT-A-CAR DRIVE IT YOURSELF PLYMOUTH—BUICK—DODGE—FORD TELEPHONE 3-1601 BAUMGARDNER BROS. 19 Southwest First Street INTERNATIONAL FRUIT SHIPPERS PACKING A SHIPPING TROPICAL FRUITS—CRYSTALIZED CANDIES—PECANS AND JELLIES "Quality and Service is the Best at Moderate Prices'* WE MAKE ALL OUR DRINKS A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU 800 Fifth Street — PHONE 5-9309 — Miami Beach, Fla. JOHNSON FRUIT CORPORATION Pioneer Shippers of FANCY BOXES OF MIXED FRUIT Established 1912 WE SHIP ONLY THE BEST ISM PHONE 2 243 EAST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA 1



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ress section will be seated in Soats at the ringside. Many famous personages in all valk of life will be among 'the spectators, and in addition to the } ijfhts scheduled, there will be a program of entertainment featuring guest artists from supper %  lubs in the district as well as visting celebrities. Music wlli be furnished by Alan Fielding and his Floridian orchestra. The fights are being handled by Captain Peeples of the Beach Arena, who is lining up a card of >f first-rate fighters for the event. In addition to the four bouts on the card, several novelty contests ire being planned. Frank Seiden is putting all the facilities of the Floridian into the show, which should be the most I novel and beautiful one of its kind ever seen in the South. .Kennel Club Opens Monday ( Continued from Page One) automobiles may discharge passengers during inclement weather; an elaborate ladies' lounge on the (iUEETINGS To Our Many Friends MR. and MRS. Harold Salvey" 1568 Meridian Avenue ... It is bur pleasure to extend to all our Jewish friends and patrons sincere good !" wishes for a Happy Cha nuka Pan American Airways VISTVYOUB XWTEBKATIOWAL AIRPORT Temple Israel Bulletin Hollywood Beach Hotel. We =hould say, most fortunate, since which will have access to that beautiful hotel during the height ours is the only organization of the season. We don't have to tell you that their cuisine is superb, their entertainment is always excellent and this promises to be a most elegant affair. We know that you wish to co-1 operate with us in the one and only big affair of the Temple which the Sisterhood is sponsoring, namely DINNER DANCE at HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL January 15th, 1939. 35.00 per person. Since our reservations are limited and we want to give you the best table possible, won't you kindly phone one of the committee soon. Temple Israel office, 2-7745; Mrs. Herbert Kleiman. 2830 Pine Tree Drive, 5-1863; Mrs. Max Orovitt, 1867 S. W. 11th Terr., 2-5482; Mrs. Harry Rubin, .736 S W 9th St., 2-1450; Mrs. Harry Nevins, 2352 S. W. 3rd St, 4-4166. With most cordial greetings to you and yours. Sincerely yours, TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD Lee C. Rubin Ruth Orovitx Phyliss Kleiman Susan Nevins Chairmen. mezzanine; a cocktail bar, and the palm-bowered patio garden. Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, vice-president and general manager, are looking ahead to one of the biggest seasons in the history of the track. The cream of America's greyhound stars are now at the track. JAN MASARYK Son of the noted founder of ( zecho-Slovakia, and former Minister to England, who will come to America for the W. P. A. SINCERE GREETINGS IDA C. WE8TGARD 10S West Flaaler Street PHONE 2-00 Boarding — Excellent Food Convenient Transportation -YOU MAY AS WELL HAVE THE BEST" "THE WELL KNOWN HITTER FROM NORTH AND SOUTH" HITTER'S — and NEW LA FLORA HOTELS* CftLLfttS AVENUE AND 13th STREET facing the Ocean MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA New Ultra-ModeYn ... one half block from Ocean. All rooms with private bath and shower. Telephones .... Roof Solariums Tropical Gardens Unexcelled Cuisine .... Moderate Rates .... DIETARY LAWS 8TRICTLY OBSERVED CATERING TO FAMILIES OUR SPECIALTY ALSO FOR ALL OCCASIONS DELUXE DINNERS Fridays Saturdays Sundays $1.50 FROM 640 TO 9:00 P. M* FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5-3671 NORTHER* RESORTS In the Winter—HOTEL BITTER— Lakewood New Jersey In the Summer—HOTEL BITTER—Bradley Beach IT. J. R08E L. RITTBR, Prop. \\{ *v