The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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CHANUKAH EDITION
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VOL. 12NO. 49
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_____ MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DEC. 15. 1939
PKICE lit CE.NTa
* Federation Campaign Plans Progress;
Meyer Selects Committee Heads
Women's Division
Guests At Tea
Workers of th Woman's divis-
ion will be guests at a tea at the
home of Mrs. S. Harvey Green-
span. 420 Rivo Alto island, Miami
Beach, Wednesday afternoon be-
ginning: at 2 p. m.
An interesting" prog-ram has
been arranged for this affair by
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, general
chairman of the Women's divis-
ion, featuring both musical and
dramatic presentations.
All women workers are cordial-
ly invited to attend.
BRAMSON. RUSSIAN SOCIAL
WORKER. DIES AT 66
Paris.Dr. Abraham Rnimson
one of the most active Jewish so-
cial workers and a founder of the
Jewish health society O S E, in
Russia, has died in I.eningrad at
the age of 66, it was learned
here this week.
MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS
1 li.iinnan of the Women's Divis-
ion.
With greater needs this year
than ever before necessitating an
increased budget, Greater Miami
Jewry will be asked to contribute
$109,850.00 in the coming Feder-
ation drive.
Both men and women workers
rallying to the cause of Federa-
tion are demonstrating great prc-
campaign enthusiasm and are en-
listing daily and pledging their
active pnrticipati 'n in the com-
ing drive. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, general campaign chair-
roan, this week made public his
selection of the campaign com-
mittee.
When announcing his selection.
Mr. Meyer said. "This 1940 quota
is a staggpring sum, but this is
positively the least amount which
we can raise and still do our fair
share of the work which we, in
Greater Miami, must do to ful-
full our obligations as Americans
and Jews." _
The Greater Miam''Federation
of Jewish Welfare Fuivd will con-
tribute, during 1940. to 8 over-
seas, 6 local, 1 regional and 23
national organizations, and in ad-
dition, the Federation will also
take cave of th's community's ob-
ligation to approx'mately 40 Eu-
ropean and Palestinian YeshivOB.
D. .1. Apte, has been selected
by Mr. Meyer as chairman of the
Special Gifts division with Sam-
uel Blank associate chairman for
Miami and Benjamin E. Bronston,
associate chairman for Miami
Beach. Elry St ne, is chairman
of the Men's division, with Mau
rice J. Kopel >witZ as a
chairman for Miami and Leo His
enstein an 1 Joseph M. Rose.
i ate chairmen for Miami
Beach. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
chairman of the Women's division
with Mrs. Monte Selig. associate
(Continued OH Page Five)
Federation Workers
To Enjoy Smoker
Tuesday evening December 21st
the Evans Hotel will be the scene
of a rally and smoker for work-
ers of the Men's division of the
1940 Federation drive.
The committee in charge of the
Rally and Smoker are Elry Stone,
gi neral chairman of the Men's di-
vision. Maurice J. Kopelowitz,
associate chairman of Miami's
Men's division and Leo Eisenstein
and Joseph M. Rose, associate
chairmen of Miami Beach Men's
division.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer will be
in charge with Leo Eisenstein as
masters of ceremonies and will
present the program of boxing,
music and entertainment. Re-
freshments will be served.
Council Holds
Forum Today
The Forum, sponsored by the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men will meet Friday afternoon
at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel.
Miami Beach. The guest speaker
will be Rabbi Max Shapiro, whose
subject will be "The Ultimate
Victory of Faith."
The Personality Garden will be
presented by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
on the topic "Some Secrets of
Poise." This week's chapter in
the study course on Contempo-
rary Jewish Dramatics will con-
cern' "Irwin Shaw and the Gen-
tle People."
The musical feature of the pro-
gram will bo given by Alan
Westin. boy soprano, who will be
accompanied by Mrs. Samuel
Rosenberg.
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld general
chairman of the Fashion Show
to be presented December 27th.
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel,
will outline the program arrang-
ed for th's gala event. Hostesses
at the tea table will be Mesdames
Sylvia Gottsegen, Lucy Memison.
| Kate Christensen. Dorothy Stan-
j ley, Alvin Czech. Anna R. Jacobs,
I A. Frankel and H. Rosenthal.
'T' Annual
Ball Sunday
Owe of the outstanding events
of the current season will be the
Eighth Annual Dance of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
at the Civic Center Sunday even-
ing December 17th beginning at
9 o'clock.
Many noted artists and celeb-
rities in this area have promised
to appear and entertain for the
guests. Moving pictures will be
taken of the guests and of the ac-
tivities during the evening. Fea-
tured during the evening will be
the music of Chet Brownagle
and his orchestra.
Mr. E. Albert Pallot. general
chairman, is in charge of arrange-
ments. Reservations may be made
with any of the committee, at tho
"Y" or at the door. Proceeds of
the affair will go towards the
building fund. All members and
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend.
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
The last regular meeting of
Sholom Lodge held this past Tues-
day evening at the Miami Wo-
AII chairmen of committees on
Fashion and Floor Show sponsor-
ed by the National Council of
Jewish Women. Miami Section. J man's Club, was somewhat unique,
will meet with Mrs. Ralph Neu- It was the first meeting in ad-
fcld at 4870 Nautilus Drive. Mi- joining rooms, and all of its mem-
ami Beach. Tuesday 10:30 a. m. hers were invited to come in and
December 19th. Reports will be hear Sholom Lodge's guest Bpeak-
made and further plans discuss i r of the evening. The met
el for the gala event to take was well at -ended.
place December 27th at thi-
ll llyw.....I Beach Hotel when
For the benefit of those who
did not attend this meeting, the
luncheon will be served for $1.50 feature highlight of the evi
and admission to Fashion and was the invited guest speaker.
Floor Show. $1.00.
ELRY STONE
Chairman of the Men's division.
Auxiliary To
Hold Annual Tea
The annual membership Tea
which will be held in the form of
a Rummage Sale, sponsored by
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau will be held
Monday afternoon December 18th
at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
Sam Blank. 3700 Pinetree Drive
Miami Beach. In charge of ar-
who was none other than. the
' Hon. Pat Cannon. Congressman
in the United States Hou
Representatives, from the 4th
Congressional District of Florida,
in which Dado County is located.
Congressman Cannon, who likes
to be called "Pat" by all of bis
friends, made an inspiring ad-
dress. Our Congressman stress-
ed the need of education in the
democratic pr Cesses of the Am-
erican form of government and
the privileged listeners had the
opportunity of absorbing a lesson
in the complex workings of prac-
tical politics as practiced in
Washington. He emphasized the
necessity of an alert citizenry
LEO EISENSTEIN
Associate chairmen for Miami ar.'dMiami Beach of the Men's Divis ion.
rangements is Mrs. Maurice Ja-'and active interest in good gov-
cobs. chairman, assisted by Mrs. ernmer.t. in order to preserve the
M. L. Cowen and Mrs. M. Davis. principles of democracy and a
o-chairmen. The invocation will | democratic form of government.
From the reactions brought to
your writer's attention, Congress-
man Cannon made a lasting im-
pression of his liberalism and sin-
cerity of purpose.
There will be a formal Installa-
tion Banquet ami Dance at the
Evans Hotel. Miami Beach, on
Tuesday evening. January 9. 1940.
This affair promises to be a huge
success. The newly elected offic-
(.Continued on Page 8)
_ I be given by Mrs. Moses Meschel-
I offj the opening address. Mrs.
Ida Optner. president of the Aux-
iliary: guest speaker. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, president of the
Bureau; report of case work.
Mrs. Sayde G. Rose, executive
secretary; piano accordion selec-
tions. Mrs. Walter Hays; and
recitation, Mrs. Harold Turk.
All members and friends are cor-
dially invited to attend.
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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORID) AN
FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 193!)
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Beryl
Beatrice Rose, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William A. Rose 5763
Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach, to
Abe Schonfeld. son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Schonfeld. 1428 S. W. 11th
Terr., pioneer Miamians.
Miss Rose attended the Uni-
versity of Minnesota. She is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
Mr. Schonfeld was graduated
from the University of Miami
Law School-
Mar.y parties are being arrang-
ed for Miss Rose. The wedding
will be an event of February 11th.

BENEFIT BANQUET
TO BE HELD
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
sponsor a benefit banquet Wed-
nesday evening December 20th at
t!:30 p. m. at the Victor Hotel.
Miami Beach.
Installation of officers will take
place and a complete flo r show-
will be presented with Mr. So!
Goldstrora in charge. Installa-
of officers will take place with
Mrs. Moses Krieger as chairman
of the evening and installing of-
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
ficer; Mrs. Moses Mescheloff AUXILIARY ELECTS
giving the invocation and Rabbi OFFFICERS
Moses Mescheloff, the benedic Tuesday evening December 12th
tion. Rabbi Mescheloff. Mr. M. at the regular meeting held at the
B. Frank, president of the Con- Miami Women's Club tkjnwly
i m t RKinSr,n formed Ladies Auxiliary of Sholem
gregation and Mr. Leo Robinson n,.s- fi^t
s e Lodge Bnai B nth at their iirst
will be the guest speakers of the ^^ electjon of offil.ers elected
evening. An orchestra will fur- jj,^ Isaac Levin president. Oth-
nish music for lancing following
the banquet. The committee in
charge of arrangements are Mes-
dames Moses Krieger. Nathan
Slome. R. Auslander. M. Lipow-
sky. John Meyers. Rose Bornk-
nopf, A. Berow. M. S. Rubin.
Maurice Mamches, J. Shapiro and
Benj. H. London. president-
Officers to be installed are Mrs.
B. H. London, president: Mrs A.
J. Tobin. first vice president;.Mrs.
A. Berow. second vice president:
Mrs. Moses Krieger. third vice
president: Mrs. J. Shapiro, treas-
urer; Mrs. Maurice Mamches. re-
cording secretary: Mrs. Haold
Turk. corresponding secretary:
Mrs. R. Kalamer, assistant cor-
responling secretary: Mrs. Jack
Wucher. financial secretary: and
Mrs. Hoses Mescheloff. aud tor.
All members and friends are
urged to attend as the proceeds ers elected were Mrs. Jennie Rot-
will go towards the maintenance fort, first vice-president ; Mrs.
of a ward at the St. Francis Hos- Irvin Siegel. second vice president
pital and the support of the Re- Miss Beulah B. Godwin, record
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
MRS. ISAAC LEVIN
FORMAL DANCE
AND RECEPTION
TO BE HELD
The Annual Formal Dance and
Rocepton sponsored by the Tern
pie Israel Sisterho-.d for the local
an! homecoming University stu
! dents will be held Monday even- j
ing December 26th at 9 P. m. at
Kaplan Hall. 137 N. E. lSHh St..
Miami- An orchestra. compris-
ing largly Ur.nversitv of Miami
students, will provide music for
dancing. Refreshments will be
served. Glnnket invitations have
been issued to all students. There
ia no admission.
Patrons and Patronesses for
| the evening are Dr. and Mb.
Chas. Beckwitt- Mr. and Mrs. B.
E Bronston. Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Oowen, Mrs. Rita Geist, Mr. anl
Mrs. Harry Kondel. Mr. and Mr.
.!. Gerald Lewis, Mr. and .Mrs.
Norman I-eihling- Mrs. Rose Raff
Mr. and Mrs. Harry lee Rub'n.
Mr. and Mrs. Toh:ns Simon. Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Une-ar. and Mr
and Mrs. Herman Wall.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements is headed by Mrs.
Isaac Levin, chairman, who i> be-
ing assisted by Mesdames Frank
Coret- Gordon Davis. Jacob H.
Kaplan. Morris Plant. Harold B.
SSpaet anl Louis Zeientz.
will entertain at their home 1534
N. W. 6th Street. Miami, Sunday
afternoon from 3:30 to 5 p. m. in
honor of the captains of the Jun-
ior Federation Drive.
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
ARTHUR CHILDERS
i1
GREETINGS
HARRYS A-l KEY SHOP
212 N. E. 14th ST.
PHONE 2 07is
ligious School.
I BOARD MEETING
' HELD

ing secretary; Mrs. Sadie Weinberg
recording secretary- Mrs. Charles
Beckwitt, treasurer and Mrs.Sidney
Stepkin, auditor. Elected to the
board were Mesdames Meyer Schw-
artz. Frank Coret. Sol Weinkle. Sam
The Miami Beach English Blank. Sam Weissel. Maurice Gr.v
Speaking Pioneer group of Pales | *sman, George Goldberg. Harry-
tine held their regular board | Orlin, Monte Selig. Milton Saslaw.
meeting Tuesday evening at the, "a Optner. Harry Markowitz. J.
home of Mrs. S. Weissman. The Engler.Max Stcuer and Benj. Le-
calendar of events for the com- Vine.
ing season was planned. The reg-1 Various commitees will be ap-
ular business meeting of the or- pointed at the next meeting and
ganization will be held Tuesday all members who have committee
evening December 19th at S P. M.: preference are requested to con-
st the home of Mrs. Dora Green, i tact Mrs. Levin. More than one
713 7th St.. Miami Beach. Guest hundred ladies were present,
speaker of the evening will be Installation of officers will be
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. All held jointly with the I dge Tues-
members and friends are corlially day evening January 9th at the
united to attend. Evans Hotel. Miami Beach. Details
will be announced in next week's
issue.
ENTERTAIN
AT HOME
Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof
+
A ILu-fY CHANUKA
308 Ea Flakier St.
PHONE 2-3718
BEST WISHES TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
Bill Fossett's
Prescription
Pharmacy
188 S. E. First Street
PHONE 2-7W1
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MAULE INDUSTRIES
BUILDERS SUPPLIES
1136 N. W. 21st AVE.PHONE 4-2574
OJUS; FLORIDAPHONE 2-4806
1760 PURDY AVEMIAMI BEACHPHONE 5-4663
i a
I
fi)
m
Announcing.
the
FORMAL
OPENING
TUESDAY DECEMBER 19th
AT 3:00 P. M.
St. Regis
Restaurant
SERVING
'Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinners
446 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH

CHANUKA GREETINGS
Barker-Todd Boats
24S S. W. N. River Drive
GREETINGS
JAKE NEHAM
PAINTING CONTRACTOR
161 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-3983
Miami Beach
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
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PHONE 2-0828
ton H. W 16th Are.
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FFRIDAY, DEC, 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
wJemsti Meridian
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W Second Avenue
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Kntered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
mi year .....
-ii\ Months ...
------ $2.00
......... $1.00
SOCIETY
RETURNS FOR
HOLIDAYS
Miss HarrielXe Tobin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin of
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 49
Cuba Victimizes Refugees
The deep stain of the S. S. St. Louis affair has not yet
faded from Cuba's record. There are many who still remem-
ber how more than 900 refugees last May cast off their ties
with the Old World, came to Cuba with visas they thought
valid, prepared to start life anew in the New World, only to
be imprisoned aboard the steamer and sent back by a cynical
government to the Europe they thought they had put behind
forever.
Cuba's prestige in the eyes of the civilized world suffered
an irreparable blow through this act of inhumanity; yet the
Havana Government has now taken action against refugees
again. *"
A bill has been introduced in the Cuban Congress which
would confiscate 75 per cent of the $500 bonds of those ref-
ugees who have overstayed their six-month temporary visas
in Cuba. The number of refugees affected is about 3.000, and
hence the total money which would accrue to the Cuban
Treasury would be approximately $1,125,000.
This bill apparently has two aims to help fill Cuba's
impoverished treasury and to victimize the refugees. The first
aim is indicated by the fact that the measure is part of a gen
oral tax bill, and the second by the fact that its sponsor is
Senator Luis Kainas. a leader of the anti-immigration, anti-
refugee and anti-Jewish bloc in Congress, who was one of
those responsible for the barring of the St. Louis passengers.
Cuba, which has great need of American friendship, par-
ticularly now when it is reported that she is preparing to seek
credits in the United States, cannot but realize that the passage
and signing of such a bill would arouse indignation in this
country. Particularly is this true because many of the bonds
upon which Cuba would levy were put up by American organ-
izations and individuals.
The legality of the Cuban bill is irrelevant. Perhaps it is
true that these refugees have overstayed their residence per-
mits and thus have, technically, forfeited the right to the de-
posits. But these refugees did not wilfully violate the time
limit; they remained because they could find no other havens.
If Cuba sees fit to capitalize on the distress of victims of per
ecution, she will have to face the bar of public opinion.
The Cuban bill points a wider moral. It is a mournful
commentary on civilization when governments must choose the
ost helpless people in the world the stateless exiles upon
whom to levy to replenish their treasuries. Perhaps govern-
ments can get away with such actions in turbulent times like
these, but there will come a time when sanity and decency will
return to the world when statesmen will blush for the actions
of their predecessors.
849 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, re-
turned to the city for the holidays
from Tallahassee, Florida. Miss
Tobin is a senior at the Florida
State College for Women there,
* *
SPECIAL MEETING
CALLED
A special meeting of the Pio
neer Women's Organization of
Greater Miami is being called by
the president Mis. Henry Seitlin
for Sunday afternoon December
17th at I i>. m. at 828 3rd Street
Miami Beach. All members are
urged to be present as import-
ant business will be transacted.
*
HABANOTH
ENTERTAINMENT
Miami Beach Habanoth pre-
sents its first entertainment of
the season this Sunday night at
7:30 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Syn-
agogue. The program will in-
clude a modern' playlet, entitled
choral selections, solos, acoordion
"The Old Order." A number of
selections and a Jewish March of
Time will be presented. All mem
bers anil friends are invited to at-
tend.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
JARRETT COFFEE CO.
K asters and Packers of
COFFEES and TEAS
507 Northwest Miami Court
Phone 2 2174
VEGETARIAN
RESTAURANT OPENS
Completely renovated and with
modern facilities, air cooled and
furnished with scientific equip-
ment the True Farm Food Res-
taurant, vegetarian and dairy
restaurant located at 645 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, will re-open
for the senpir.' Saturday evening
December 10th at 5 p. m. Well
known in New York and possess-
ing long experience in the culin-
ary line, the True Farm Food
Restaurant beginning their sec-
ond year .will again serve the
richest in vitamin energy giving
foid. Full course vegetable,
dairy and fish dinners will be
served.
*
MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI
CELEBRATION
Over five hundred men and
women attended the first annual
fhanuka I atke party spoiW red
by the Miami Beach Mizrachi at
the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Chair-
man of the evening was Rabbi
Moses Meseheloff. Greetings and
a report of the National Emerg-
ency Conference held by the Miz-
rachi Organization of America in
Chicago last month were given by
the local president Dr. R. De
Koven; guest speaker of the ev-
ening was Rabbi Jacob Shapiro of
New York and Jerusalem: Can
tors Maurice Mamches and Bereli
propriate meloKies. Mariarthe
Lomhardo renowned c incert pian-
ist presented a program of classic-
al piano selection-, and Mr. .1.
Feinschmidt of Radi City and
Uoxv fame offered a number of
clarionette and saxaphone solos.
Trees for the Rabbi Meyer Berlin
forest, a Mizrachi project were
pledged by many. Chanukab re
freshments were served at the
conclusion of the affair. The ar-
rangement committee consisted
of: Mr. Max Feit, Mr. I. Miller,
Mrs. A. Berow, Mrs. M. Mesehel-
off, Mrs. P. Chill, Mrs. J. Hirsch,
Mrs. S. Shapiro. Mrs. B. Kellemer,
Mrs. A. Kalstein, Mrs. L. Stone,
Mrs. M. Feit. Mrs. D. Citron, Miss
L. Kalstein, Miss Edna Maker.
Miss B. Dansky, Mrs. Sadye
Weiner, Jack and Miriam Feit.
Morris Bros. Department Store
contributed a beautiful Mexican
plaque- The Hotel Tides contrib-
uted a beautiful cake. Two rakes
were also contributed by Mrs. I.
D. Spivack.
GREETINGS
Kafford Tump Co.
Burks Distributor
Lawn Sprinkler Systems
Home Water Plants
ServiceRepairing
nly One Moving Part
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GREETINGS
Announcing the Opening of
Our Dining' Room
CHAS. N. LUBER
and ASSOCIATES
London Arms Hotel
727 COLLINS AVENUE
Self priming
Completely automatic
Largest pumping capacities
Lifts water Zt feet
Lowest operating cost
Tanks fully galvanized
Compact in sub
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Phone 3-8818
A Happy Chanuka From
EDWARD S
SERVICE STATION
1380 S. W. 8th ST.
PHONE 3-1661
Where Your Patronage
Is Appreciated
HIARTY CHANUKA
M. J. HAZELTON
REAL EtTATE
1444 Alton RoadMiami Beach
Best Wishes for a
A HAPPY CHANUKA
SARATOGA WATERS
769 N. W. Third St.
PHONE 3-3561
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MIAMI TRADING and
RESTAURANT SUPPLY Co.
1166 N. MIAMI AVE.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Auto Lock and Supply Co.
1301 N. E. Second Ave.
Miami, Florida
We Extend Rest Wishes to Our
Jewish Friends and Patrons for
A HAPPY CHANUKA
SRAEEL and JABALY
900 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Chanuka Greetings
CLAYTON PLATING CO. j
1500 N. K. 2nd Ave.
Phone 3-2061
Sincere Wishes For A
Happy Chanuka
Goodyear Service
900 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PHONE 3 6463
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Chanuka Greetings
DOLPHIN HOTEL
937 X. E. liiisi Avenue
Miami. Florida
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PAGE FOUR
FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi
RABBI':, Bk-SIDBNCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVK KS i port will bo rendered of the
IChatuika party and a fine cultur-
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. L, pr,lf,ram wi be presented
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbcs: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: B p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The next meeting of our Bonrd
of Directors will be hold Tnuosday
n'frht December ISth in the Vesl
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
ry Room of the Synapopuo. A
SABBATH SERVICES vory imp r;;in, ro,,ort of the Tal-
The Sabbath morning services mud-Torah Committee will be
will be marked by a sermon of a
distinguished visitor in the per
sin of Rabbi N. Schapiro. Mr. N
Lcvinson will conduct the Shach-
ris services and Mr. Morris Hoff-
rendered.
MAZEL TOV
We are happy to extend sin
man will read the Torah and t cere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr.
daven Mussaph.
BAR M1TZYAH
SOCIETY
Events Held at Hotel Evans
The B'rmi B'rith Lodge and its
newly formed Auxiliary will hold
their installation banquet and
dance at the Evans Hotel.Miam
BeachTuesday evening January
9th. Other social events which
will be held at the Hotel Evans
are the Greater Miami Federation
of Jewish Welfare Funds' Smoker
December 21st; Bar Mitzvah
dinner in horror of the Bar Mitz-
vah of Norman Stanley son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jules Sachs. Sunday ev-
ening December 24th; Tri Beta
Sorority dinner and dance Sunday
evening December 24th; and the
Florida Commercial Alliance din-
ner January 14th. Hotel Evans
eaters to social functions of all
kinds. Dinner is served in the
lovely Spanish Room, famous for
its food hospitality and strict
conformity with the dietary laws.
Reservations may be made by
phoning 5-4611.
and Mrs. Joseph Schoenfeld of
1928 S. W. 11th Terrace upon the
recent engagement of their son
The Bar Mitzvah of Labe Mell. ,
... ..; w.,, Abe to Miss Beryl Rose,
son of Mr. and Mrs. \ ictor Mell
of 1765 S. W. 16th Terr., will take
place during the Sabbath morn-
REFUO SHLEMO
ing services in our synagogue ,
... n. .. ____t-k. ;il I ^e send our prayers and good
this Shabbos morning. I .a be will .
... ... __;_ ,j wishes to our dear sister Mrs.
read the prophetic portion and ,
will In- addressed hv Rabbi Kell- '* !3k" wnols conyalesc-
r*r. The parents take this means N *e Jackson Memorial Hos-
of extending a most cordial invi- I** Ma>" the Lord grant her
tation to all their friend* to at-
tend.
WORDS OF THANKS
The officers of the I-adies Aux-
iliary take this means of thank-
ing all fronds who made the suc-
cess of our Chanuka party pos-
sible to those who helped with
the refreshments and those who
aided in the Turkey award and
those whose purchases made the
cake sale a success.
LADIES MEETING
A regular meeting of the bad
ies Auxiliary will be held in the
Synagogue Tuesday evening De-
cember ISth at 8:15 p. m. A re-
a speedy recovery.
IN MEMORIAM
Mrs. Henry Bierman of 443 S.
W. 19th Ave. has donated a set
of most valuable seforim to our
Synagogue in memory of her late
beloved husband Henry Bierman
olov Hasholom. We beg to ex-
press our thanks and assure her
that we shall ever cherish the
memory of her dear beloved one.
NICHUM OVELIM
We chronicle with profound re-
grets the passing of the late Mr
Ozerkowitch and express our com-
forting words to his son Jack.
EDWARD'S
FOOD STORE
2700 N. W. 27th Ave.
WE SHIP BOX FRUIT
Delivery Guaranteed
PRICES AS LOW AS
90c Quarter Box
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MORE FOR YOUR MONEY
SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO.
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD at 13th STREET
... A Complete Department Store .
HAPPY CHANUKA
TA-MIAMI MOTOR
REPAIRING COMPANY
Eaey P. P. C. Payment
General RePainn<>
Body and Fender work
1'77 8. W- Eighth Street
On the Tamlaml Trail
PHONE J-1448
JOSEPH MERO. Prop.
GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS
JUREITS BAKERY
Bnl'era of the Beat"
Specializing; in
Hou.e -o House Delivery
\v. Klanlor St.

PHONE 2-6181
Greetings
Consult
J. W. DUNWOODY
SOUND REAL ESTATE SERVICE
Full Information Regarding Lots.
Bungalows. Luxurious Homes. Apt.
or Hotel Buildings
2409 COLLINS AVE.
PHONE 5-1213
BEST WISHEa FOR
A HAFFY CHANUKA
THE BOAT
RESTAURANT
The Best Food and Coat* Lea
3> N K. Firat Avenue-
MIAMI, FLA.
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TOKIO ROOF GARDEN
30c
CHICKEN CHOP SUEY
AND CHOW MEIN
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
AND CHOW MEIN
::: W. Flakier st Phone t.tlit
ORDERS TAKEN OUT
A HAPPT CHANUKA
HOWILL'I
RESTAURANT
987 S. W. 5th St, Pfc. 2-8956
LITTLE FARM
Gold Seal Broilers Are
Raised On Wire In
MIAMI'S CLEANEST
POULTRY PLANT
Visitors Welcome !
THE LITTLE FARM
POULTY CO
8370 Biscavne Blvd.
GREETINGS
SWTTZER MARINE
ELECTRIC
SUBMARINE SIGNAL CO.
FATHOMETER
Exlde Marine Batteriea
Marina Electric Servica
It 8. W. Plith street
PHONE S-399E
MOTOR OVERHAUL
$3.00 PER CYLINDER
Dont reborewe guarantee to (ton
your motor from pumping oil and
smokingWe inatall special rings-
grind valvea synchronize point* __
clean and adjuat carbuerator Tune
up motor
90 Day Guarantee
DOWNTOWN GARAGE
34 S. W. First St. Ph. 2-7233
Channka Greetings
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
.74 N. E. 80th St.
Phono .1-2328
V
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MALTER'S
KOSHER MEAT MARKETS
436 Collins Avenue
1437 Washington Avenue
MTAMI BEACH
CHANUKA GREETINGS
FARMER'S
Wholesale Electrical Supplies Co.
1845 Bay Road Phone 5-4972
MIAMI BEACH
Chanuka Greetings
JORGENSEN
and
SCHREFFLER
O .^neers
News Tower Phone 3-4779
C'lIANTTvA GREETINGS
Miami Wholesale
Grocery Co.
122 N E 11th Street
Distributors for
SCHLTTZ BEER
MILWAUKEE BEER
MIGROCO WINES

'*
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
MY GROCERY
1468 Southwest Sixth Street
MIAMI
FLORIDA
9
DINE IN THE SPANISH ROOM
OF THE
HOTEL EVANS
"Famous For Its Food and Hospitality"
DIETARY LAWS
For Reservations Phone 5-4611
COLLINS AVE. at TENTH STREET. MIAMI BEACH
CATERING TO SOCIAL FUNCTION8 OF ALL KINDS
To Our Friends and Patrons
s. asim 's iin i:inga
LEE ALBERTS
BEAUTY SHOP
Miss Thompson, Manager
155 S. E. 1st St.
Phone 2-9559
A HAPPY CHANUKA
FLORIDA BUILDER'S SERVICE, Inc.
100 N E. First Avenue
Phone 36411
Sincere Wishes For A
Happy Chanuka
BURROUGHS ADDING
MACHINE CO.
Mart A. Brings
1409 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 3-5767

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FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939
THE JEWISH rLOEIDIAN
PAGE FfVE
#1
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
625 Mlchlaran Avenue
'Phone 6-1328
MAURICE MAMCHE6. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 6-2013
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Shachriss: 7 and 8 a. m. daily;
7 and 9 a. m. Saturday.
Mincha: 5:10 p. m. daily; C p.
m. Saturday.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday
5:15 p. m. Rabbi Mesohel^ff will
preach on "The Portion of the
week."
Minionaires. Sunday. 9 a. m.
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
The first in this year's series of
Friday night lectures was very
well attended and most favorably
recieved last Friday night. We
welcome the many hundreds who
came to this initial Forum to
come and bring their friends ev-
ery Friday night.
This Friday evening Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will speak on the sub-
ject "An Old Approach." Cantor
Mamches will lead in the singing.
BAR MITZVAH
Ijaurence Flanders will cele-
brate his becoming Bar Mitzvah
at this Saturday morning's serv-
ices. Rabbi Mescheloff will ad-
dress the boy. Cantor Mamches
will chant the services.
WELL KNOWN
RESTAURANT TO OPEN
Beginning its ninth consecutive
season of service to the public,
the St. Regis Restaurant at 446
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
will re-open Tuesday evening De-
cember 19th. The restaurant,
manned by a staff equipped to
provide the finest of American
Jewish foods to suit the most dis-
criminating tastes has establish-
ed a splendid reputatioa for cui-
sine service. Fmll onrse dinners
and dairy foods fill b* served.
The restaurant is under the
same management as the well
known St. Regis Hotel in Fleisch-
man's. N. Y. The public is cor-
dially invite! to attend and enjoy
the various foods offered-
SEASON'S GREETINGS
M. DRUCKER
and FAMILY
Drucker's Jewelry
1053 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-3774
Sincere Wishes For A
Happy Chanuka
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH CAMNER
RADIO HOUR
"After Chanukah" will be the
radio talk by our Rabbi this Sun-
day over station WIOD at three
p. m. The Cantor will sing. Our
Y. M. H. A. will take part in the
program.
SISTERHOOD BANQUET
AND FLOOR SHOW
Our Sisterhood will hold its an-
nual installation banquet this
coming Wednesday night, Decem-
ber 29th, at the Victor Hotel. An
exceptionally fine program of
entertainment has been procured
for this outstanding event.
+
Season's nest Wishes
from the
STANDARD GARAGE
30 N. W. THIRD STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SOCIETY
BAR MITZVAH TO BE HELD...
The Bar Bitzvah of Norman
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Sacks will be held Saturday
morning December 23rd at tha
Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami
Beach. Norman will recite the
Haftoro. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off will adress the boy. A re-
ception will follow the services.
Out of town guests who will ar-
rive here to attend are Mrs. B-
Stulman. mother of Mrs. Sachs,
Mr. and Mrs. David Gotthelf and
son; and Mr. and Mrs. H. Rudo
and family, all of Baltimore.
Sunday evening at the Evans
Hotel, the parents of the Bar
Mitzvah will entertain in his
honor at a dinner.
Sincere Wishes For A
Happy Chanuka
COCONUT GROVE
BAKERY
3029 Grand Ave. ..Ph. 4-3215
RUBY FOO's
CHINESE FOOD THAT'S DIFFERENT
Dade Blvd. at West Ave. Authentic Chinese Dinner $1.50
Ala Carte at All Hours
Phone 5 2310
CAMPAIGN PROGRESS
(Continued from Page One)
chairman for Miami, and Mrs.
Max Dobrin, associate chairman
for Miami Beach. Chairman of
the Junior Division is George
Chertkof with Stanton Halpert
associate chairman for Miami and
Charlotte Singer associate for
Miami Beach. Captains who will
head teams in the drive will be
announced shortly.
Chanuka Greetings
Lord Baltimore Restaurant
Sol Mellman
716 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
SEASON'S GREETINGS
D E NMAN
CONSTRUCTION CO.
3632 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3813
AT YOUR
SERVICE
TRIANGLE
Kosher Market
149 N. W. 5th ST.
"WHERE LOWEST
PRICES PREVAIL"
MashKiarh On Premises
At All Times
Under Strict Supervision
FREE DELIVERY
PHONE 2-0618
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
Palm Pharmacy
2200 N. W. 28th Street
PHONES: 2-93562-9281
SERVING MIAMI BEACH and MIAMI
Miami Jewish Funeral Home
t "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH"
PHONE 3-3431
710 S. W. 12th AVE- AMBULANCE SERVICE
SEE BELL
for FISHING TACKLE
"The Xnui Gift Ix>nr Remembersd"
Do You Know Your Fishing Holes?
u for Comploto Information
MIAMI PHOTO
and SPORTS Supplies
Orders Taken Sunday
Photo SuppliesSporting Good*
1327 Biscayne Blvd. Phone S-4933
Open Evenings Until 9 p.m. Til Xmas
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
MORRIS BROTHERS
DEPARTMENT STORE
1261 Washington Ave. Phone 5-5545 Miami Beach
SPECIAL
A Fmll Bushel of Florida's Finest FrsiU
Packet)
For Saippmg
Aaywhere
$
1.50
Inclui.
Oranges
Taagerinea
Grapefruit
aaul Kumquata
BOULEVARD GROCERY
3023 BISCAYNE BLVD. Orders Taken Sundays PHONE 2-8712
AN INVITATION FROM
J. M. ROSE and N- H. HANKOFP
To Attend A Preview
of one of America's Newest and Smartest Ocean Front Hotels
SUNDAY, DEC. 17th
Orchestra, 3 to 5 P. M.
GALA PRIEMERE
To-Ni*rht
ELABORATE MUSICAL
EXTRAVAGANZA
and 20 Scenes
FRANK NALDI'S
FOLLIES BERGERE
COMEDY .
. SINGING .
. DANCING
30 Beautiful Girls
Everv Evenine at 8:45
Popular Prices
25 55 75 110
TEMPLE THEATRE
445 N. W. 3rd ST.
Phone 2-3022
Deluxe Dinner 6 to 9 P.M.
For Reservations Phost *-""
HOTEL
I Til 001*1 IITWIII IITH.IOTM IT.
y
DRINK
Till
PAR T-PAK
ROYAL CROWN 0LA
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
540 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287
A HAPPY CHANUKA
CONCRETE PLACING CO.
"ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE''
2226 N. W. Miami Court
Phone 3-4920
There Is No Name That Stands For
So Much As
TRUE FARM FOOD
lmm
^m
To Vegetarian Diners
m
* *
Saturday Evening
Modern Facilities
Air Cooling
Scientific Equipment
RE-OPENS
5 P.M. Dec. 16
Long experience in the cul-
inary line -: Serving the
very richest in vitamin
energy-giving food
CLUB
BREAKFAST
SPECIAL
LUNCHEONS
FULL COURSE DINNERS
645 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH

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THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 193!)

.
Civic Centre Scene Y.M.H.A. Eighth
Annual Ball Sunday Might
Sub-Junior Division composed of, partment, in charge of Mr. Joseph
boys and girls from 13 to 16 A, Berman. we try to prepare the
c a c,. i voting men and women', not only
years of age. a Boy Scout and ..... ,. .
to find jobs, but to find theni-
The Y. M. H. A.'s 8th AN-
NUAL BALL to be held this com-
ing Sunday evening, December
17th at the Cinderella Ball Room
merits and deserves the patron-
age of every individual in Greater
Miami. We say this advisedly-
because the Y. M. H. A. has un-
dertaken a Youth Building Pro-
gram, the likes of which have not
been equalled in any city in the
South.
Considering that over 200 boys
an I cir'.s visit the "Y" daily and
participate in some form of n
r.ivity or project, it is gratifying
to know that there is such a char-
acter building agency in this vi-
cinity.
Aside from the physical enjoy-
ment that you will derive from
being present at this gala event
Girl Scout Troop.
Among the projects that the
"Y" sponsors are Cultural and
selves. Wo try to measure their
adaptability to any position and
we have been very successful ir.
Educational Programs, Lectures,! that respect. We have secured
Debates, Athletics. Musical Pro- many positions for them,
grams and Concerts, a Social I REFUGEE R E H A BILITA-
Service Department, Refugee Re-,T,0N: The ..y. js doim? a won.
Home derful piece of work in rehabili-
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
.....'"itn.iiH..........
Camp, Class in Conversational
Spanish, Americanization Class-
Vocational Guidance volumes
can be written on any one of the
above mentioned projects, but
lack of space prevents us from
doing this BO we are going to
touch on the highlights of a few
of these-
CULTURAL PROGRAMS: At
least once a month a lecture by
tat ing the refugees. They par-
ticipate in our activities and we
encourage them to come here and
mingle with our members.
At present fourteen organiza-
tions meet at the "Y". The prob-
lem that, confronts us now is the
lack of space and facilities to ac-
comodate everyone.
The Dade County Juvenile
Council has offered a prize of a
Whats going to happen? The
Eighth Annual Ball and Floor
Show grven by the Y. M. H. A.
When? Sunday December 17th.
Starting 9 p m until?
Where? Miami Civic Centre
:ll N. W. 2nd Street.
Taxation? Yes, $1.00 per per-
son.
Purpose -To further the splen
did youth building work under
taken by the V. M. II. A.
FeaturesChet Brownagle and
his Hollywood Beach Hotel Or-
cheatra plus Senator Ray Murray.
hilarious comedian as master of
ceremonies.
Other possibilities; Lanny Ross
and Jessica Dragonette and .lack
Haley famous stage and screen
-tars.
Is there anything else in town
that night? NO BUT DEFIN-
ITELY NO.
What benefits will I receive
from attending this Sth annual
Ball?
Just this A chance to lose a
few pounds dancing to a swell or-
chestra, An opportunity to wear
your seldom used formal although
that is optional, Affording hund-
reds of boys and girls an oppor-
tunity to strengthen their physical
selves any! build their character
as good American citizens.
Your paid admission of $i.on
will afford all th;s for the youth
of this community if you will
come to the Y. M. II. A. Sth An
nual Ball this Sunday.
P. S. Another outstarM'rg
feature will be pictures taker
Technicolor by our ace camera-
man Herman Waitsman of all
you nice folks.
And by the way these pictures
will be shown at the New Yean
Eve Party which will be held ;it
the Evans Hotel.
Biggest Entertainment Treat
in Town-
Stanley Myers "Always glad I Harry Mark \vitz "You can
to be at a Y. M. II. A. affair." count on me and the Mrs."
Baron De Hirsch Meyer''You .lack Miller"We indorse this
can count on me being there." affair as we do our products."
Nat Blum berg"It's tradition Max Mintzer' I'll be there."
with me attending the annuals." Louis Pallol "Drive the easy
Margie R berte"So long as way to the Ball, you know!"
there'll be jitterbug' music. I'll Sam Kl,M]i(.k ,.Who am Ui
be there.'
Milt Friedman"I recommend
pass up the 'Y' Sth Annual."
.,.. r, Hyland Rifas"Attending any
tin- outstanding "i affair to old .... ,,..,., k .1 .
....I ,..... .in.. a,,:11'" |s the best insurance for
The committee of the Eighth Annual Ball of the V. M. II. A. seated at the Palatial Kosher Restau-
rant where final plans for the dnce were completed.
an 1 hob-nobbing with the elite of'
Miami's society- you will feel that
by purchasing a ticket and at-
tending the dance, you will have
contributed to projects that will
continue to mold the character of
our youth. Much has been said
and written about the Y. M. H. A.
in Miami but all words sink into
oblivion when you go to the "Y"
' for yourself the work
'hit is actually being done and
-"lend d plans that are now
r made for the futuer.
sth ANNUAL BALL
> the culmination of eight
of incessant labor and hard
work -n the part of the officers,
' and members of the "Y".
n-r eipht years ago with a
' cbership of 13. which was then
1 "" as the Hebrew Athletic
' Inh the "Y" today boasts of a
"" mbersh'p of over 1,000 which
'ivMed into many divisions,
"wns its own building. play
ground and athletic field, an.'
ors projects and musicals
fcfcnt rin be a pride in any large
northern city. Eight divisions
eao.-nrise the f\ Men's Senior
Division, Governor's Club, Wo-i
men's St.*>or Division. Junior Di-!
%-i=ion. composed of boys and
girls from 16 bo 21 years of age,
a prominent personality is held
at the "Y" and is followed by an
open forum. These programs are
attended by approximately 250
. persons.
ATHLETICS: In our athletic
department we have an outstand-
ing diamond ball team, basket
ball team, bowling team, badmin-
ton team, the members of which
are considered among the out
standing atheletes in the city.
For several years we have had
championship diamond ball and
asket ball teams. Billiards and
p!ng pong are two other proj-
ects that are given the members.
H"ME CAMP: The Home
I amp was instituted last summer
and was very successful. This is
a project wherein children be-
tween the ages of 6 to 14 years
are given a diversified program
>f activities five days a week.
The camp was in charge of a
head counsellor assisted by ten
associate counsellors each of
whom had seven children in her
charge. Lunch was served daily.
Last summer seventy-five child-
ren attended the camp.
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE
In our Vocational Guidance D
silver loving cup to that organ-
ization who, in the next twelve
months, does the most to prevent
Juvenile delinquency. The "Y"
has entered into this contest and
we h>po to win the prize.
Can anyone afford to stay away
from this dance? Just visualize
smiling faces of children and of
grown boys and girls and you will
have the reason for coming here.
Money cannot be spent for a nob-
ler cause.
Chet Brownagle and his Holly-
wood Beach Hotel orchestra will
furnish the music and an excel-
lent program of entertainment,
in which stars of radio, screen,
and stage in this vicinity will par-
ticipate, has been arranged.
We appeal to you to be pres-
ent at the "Y" 8th ANNUAL
BALL.
and young alike."
Mrs. Bea Stepkin"As pn -i
hnt of the V V\ II. A. I vouch
for the presence of the entire Y.
w. membership."
Mitch Wolfson"As honorary
chairman. I guarantee you the
time of your life."
f the y nth of this
the wo!fan
era."
I. L. Mintzer 'The 'YV work
for underprivileged children sold
me."
Leo Robinson "Don't worry
about me being there, just see '
Max Fleisher"Sunday we will it that the hundreds of tourists
be the 'Y TRAVELERS' at the gel there."
-th Annual and Monday the Sher Meyer SchwartzThe Iron I
idian will premier GULLIVER'S have can go for Wrought, becau i
TRAVELS-*. The outstanding I'm going to the *Y' 8th Annual."
events."
Lannv Ross"My compliments
to the Y. M. II. A. and best wishes
for the success of the Sth An-
nual."
Herman Waitsman "It's a 'K' Zir shayne."
Ben Sorkin"You know me fel
1 iws, You don't have to ask me
twice."
William Shayne "Reading
advance publicity the Dance will
A. J. TobinDecember 17th is
the night for 7 up and me at the
Cinderella."
Carl -Weinkle"I know its ,..,
ing to be a huge success, congrat
ulations."
Nick Kenny"Sorry I can't he
cinch I'll be there because oz gon
na take pictures in technicolor of
all you folks attendin.'"
Hyman Apte"Von hit comes
to a VY haffair. You know I'll be
dere mit the whole family."
Phil Berkowitz"Try and stop
me from attending this fine or- w ,n you at the 8th Annual hut
Sanitation's affair." will see vni soon at the Caval-
Senator Ray Murray "You caflp f ?tar? Show."
Greeks, can expect a real show Jafk Apte"Just e h'n Sunday." will help me feel better."
H. M. Drevich' Why am I go-1 nr- Sam Beckman'As TT*a
ing to the Y. M. H. A. BALL?iuror of the Dance r-'-i-'- 'o d"
Because it ain't nothing else but! ,0" me the Ball w'll ontdran w
the best and finest youth build- Previous Y. M. H. A. function."
Al Berkowitz"No doubt the
visitors will be bowled over."
in Greater
COMMENTS ON THE "Y's"
EIGHTH ANNUAL
Jack Haley"My best wishes
for the success ofthe 8th Annual."
Matty Bandler "With my
wife's o. k., Ill be there with bells
on."
Abe Aronovitz"All roads will
lead there. I wouldn't miss being
there." 6
ing organization
Miami."
David Brown"I don't see how
the affair can miss being a suc-
cess."
Dr. Morris Goodman"When it
comes to selling n bill of goods,
my choice is the Y. M. H. A."
Adolph Haimes "My press
stons for this 'Y' affair."
Isidore Kaplan"Our apparel
will be very much in evidence."
Abe Kaplan"Buying a ticket
for this affair is like buying a
brick towards a Jewish Commun-
ity Center."
Al Liohtenstein"I'm glad I
got out in time to attend the Y*
8th Annual."
Joseph Lipton"Like putting
money in the bank, it's a swell bet
I'll be there."
Harry Gordon"I will b see
ing you, Hope you won't hn'-e to
see me."
Irving Querido "Rain or
shine we'll be there"
Dr. Harold RandA" mv pa
tients usually forn-t their ail
ments at the 'Y' a*flrs. looks
like no business but conn1) on me."
Louis Safan"Th" "Inmrnir. La
Mour affair of the season."
Henry Gabbe "Where else
could one go and do as much
good."
George Wolpert "Something
to see and never foriret."
Jules Wilson"My feet are
muscle bound itching to dance to
Chet Brownagle."
(Continued on Page Seven)
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FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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CIVIC CENTER SCENE
OF Y. M. H. A. BALL
(Continued from Page Six)
Al Pallot (General chairman)
"Unquestionably the outstanding
affair of the year."
Maurice Grossman (Executive
Director)"A ticket for the
Dance means another niche in the
greatest youth project in the
South."
Honorable Mayor Ev Swell
"I unqualifiedly endorse the Y. M.
II. A. 8th Annual."
Harold Pont and Irving Gordon
"Everyone we meet at the Rose-
dale tells us they're going."
Sidney Stepkin''Isn't it great
to be in Miami to attend the 'Y'
annual."
Alvin Grorsman "Although
very busy will try hard to be
there."
Leon I.ieberman "Professor
Quizz asks. What will stop me
from coming?"
Yes Indies and Gentlemen, the
above is just a general synopsis
of the attitude taken from a var-
ied porti'in of the general public.
What with the greater Miami
population increasing daily we
hone to receive th" largest crowd
ever to attend any previous func-
tion.
We exnect all vails to lead to
81 N. W. 2nd St. Sun.lav Decem-
ber 17th at the Y. M. H. A. Sth
Annual Bull and Entertainment.
Tickets Si.on per person.
Make your reservations now by
calling Dr. Harold Rand, 3-4012.
BETH DAVID
(Continued from Page Eleven)
IN MBMORIAM
"May the father of peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Charles
Lerner, father of Mrs. I',. W.
Slote. Hyman Werblow, father
of Dr. S. Chas. Werblow.
YAHRZEITS:
Louis Nevins, father of Mr.
Harry Nevins; Esther Zeientz,
mother of Mr. Louis Zeientz;
Adolph Louis, father of Mrs.
Leona Levin; Joseph Lichten-
stetter. father of Mr. Leon Lich-
tenstotter; Barney Newman,
father of Mr. Myron M. Newman;
Louis Louis, husband of Mrs.
Rose Louis; Cecelia Simons, sis
ter of Mrs. H. U. Feibelman;
The floral offering of the pul-
pit last Friday evening, was pre-
sented in memory of Joseph
Mirsky.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
(Continued from Page Twelve)
gifts. We are proud to annouce
that after ar: appeal frem Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, our boys and
girls contributed the sum of $10.
to "CHILD WELFARE WORK
IN PALESTINE"
YAHRZEITS
The following "Yahrzeiten" will
be observed during this month of
' Teves." "The Anniversary
Candle" is to be lit the evening
before the English date mention-
ed, and the "Kaddish" begins
that same evening until sunset of
the date mentioned.
The names of the beloved ones
who are inscribed in the "Mem-
ory Book of Life," are mentioned
from the pulpit the Friday Even-
ing preceding the "Yahrzeitew"
which are observed the following
week: Channa Devorah, Mother
of Mrs. Ida Hammer, Dec. 13th;
Mordccai- Father of Saul Greiff.
Dec. 14th; Molka Leah, Mother
of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin
Dec. 28rdj Eliyohu, Brother of
Mrs. David Mayers, Dec. _",nl;
Avrohom, Brother of .1. Seigel,
Dec. 24th; Yiahayohu. Father of
Morris Bain, Deo. 26th; Yaacov,
Father of II. L. Green. Dec. 26th;
Moshe Volf. Father of Mrs. S.
Schlesinger, Dec. 31st; Shmuel,
Father of Julius Kurlander, Dec.
31st; Gittel, Mother of Chaileh
Goldstein, Jan. 3rd; Yisroel
Yihuda. Father of Mrs. Dave
Solomon, Jan. 5th; Hershel,
Brother of Anna Wasserman,
Jan. 9th; Yudel Dovid. Father of
Mrs. Ida Hammer, Jan. 10th-
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH TLOIfclDIAN
A sc*ne from the picture "Hit-
ler's Reigm of Terror" starting
today at the Parkway Theatre,
Coral Way.
"Hitir's Reign of Terror" con-
cents itself not only with the
German situation under Adolph
Hitler, but also takes the audience
into Austria. Italy and France to
show the effect of Hitlerism ami
Nazi propaganda upon her neigh-
boring nations. Vienna once the
gayest capitol in Europe, is seen
as a hot-bed of martial spirit.
Italy is seen preparing for any
emergency which may arise.
France is noticed keeping a
watchful and hostile eye on
Germany.
HAPPY CHANUKA
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B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
(Continued from Page One)
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Ladies Auxiliary of B'wai B'rith
will be jointly installed as offic-
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There is a limited amount of
pace available for the banquet
and you are strongly urged that
if you desire to attend this al
fair, make reservations immediat
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be the policy. Those desiring
reservations should contact Har-
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By Sidney L. Segall.
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THE JEWISH t LORiniAN

PAGE NINE
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Whan Christmas cornea
'round, it's sura mighty
pleasin'
To wish all our friends
the Joy oi the Season.
We'll strive to continue
that good Christmas
cheer
In our prompt cheeriul
service ior all the year.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHIXEAS J BIRON)
AND A
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WAR GAGS
Punchline we can't help passing on: "The Third Reich will
Mand for a thousand years, says Hitler. Well, if it can stand
for Hitler it can stand for anyhing." ... The Three Stooges are
reported to be planning a picture, to be titled "Apes of Wrath,"
which will take off Hitler, Goering and Goebbels. Germany's
foremost aviation society is still called the Lilienthal Gesell-
schaft fuer Luftahrtfoardserung, and no less a personage than
General Kesselring only last summer cited Otto Lilienthal as
one of the heroes of aviation together with such simon pure
'Aryans" as Baron von Richthofen. It's an open secret
that if Hitler were to resign today in favor of Goering the Bri-
tish government would immediately make peace with the Nazis,
letting them keep Danzig and the Polish Corridor. Did you
know that before Hitler made the swastika unpopular, that anci-
ent good-luck symbol was used on the military airplanes of Fin
land? Don't be surprised if steel bed springs are verboten
in Naziland before long. German radio fans eager to find
ways and means of listening in on short-wave broadcasts from
America have discovered that such springs make perfect anten-
nae for their receiving sets. ... It's not permitted to portray
Hitler in a serious play in London nowadays, but it's perfectly
all right with the authorities to show him as a comic figure.
Latest wisecrack to come out of Italy, as reported by W. L
White in the New York Post, suggests: "Now that Signor Hitler
has allied Germany with the Soviets, perhaps he will give Europe
peace by marrying and settling down to a quiet domestic life
with some nice girl from a good Jewish family." ... In Italy,
White adds, the enforcement of the anti Jewish laws intro-
duced last year is conspicuous by its absence......Blanca
Holmes, Hollywood's famous astrologer, predicts, among other
things, that Hitler is good for another year and a half, and that
he may die by drinking poison slipped him by a girl. You'll
be able to test her accuracy next November, another of her
prophecies being that President Roosvelt will run for a third
term and be elected. .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The Zionists are burning up because of the recent radio
speech in which Rabbi Morris Lazaron warned American Jews
to have nothing to do with the forthcoming visit of Dr. Chaim
Weiztnann. The Baltimore rabbi said that the Jews of 'Ids
country cannot afford to got mixed tip with the political ramifi-
cations of political Zionism at this .time. Did you know that
there is ;i Hebrew Braille Alphabet, created for the use of those
blind people who can read only Yiddish or Hebrew*? ... It was
ihe Jewish Braille Review which formulated it and brought*
;ihou1 its official adoption in 1936. Too had Frederick
Loiisil.ile's play "Foreigners" is dooi.....1 to have only a brief
career on Broadway. It's unquestionably the strongest in-
dietment of anti-Semitism ever seen on the American stage. .
GREETINGS
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3RAININIANA
The late Reuben Brainin, who was the dean of Hebrew liter
;iture in this country, left enough manuscript material to fill
tore than five thousand printed book pages. ... It consists of
his diaries, which he called 'My Contemporaries."... If they
were to be published now they would most probably become the
,nost controversial document in Jewish literature. During
the last two years of his life Brainin, having lost his voice, dic-
[ tated his writings by spelling out each word on an alphabet chart
with a pointer. His favorite music was Bizet's opera '' Car-
men," and the two authors he admired most were Romain Roll-
and and Thomas Mann. ... He preferred rereading Mann's
"Magic Mountain" time and again to reading any of the Ger-
man author's contemporaries......
LITERARY NOTES
Major Francis Yeats-Browm, author of "European Jungle,"
just published in this country, has an outlook strange for a
British army officer. The book glorifies Hitler's heroism
.luring the world war of 1914-1918, defends Badolf's rape of
Austria and asks that no more -lews be allowed to enter
England.
CHANTKA GREETINGS TO ALL THE .JEWISH PEOPLE
WM. F. FRANTZ
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twt. XF.WTSH FLORIDIAN_
FRIDAY, DEO. 1,1. long
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CHANUKAH
(Continued from last week)
The Maccabean war, however,
hed been more than a struggle for
spiritual independence. Perhaps
unconsciously, perhaps with great
awareness. Judaea felt that her
ideals were being challenged, that
her moral and religious heritage
was being attacked. It was not
simply a question of independence;
it was a question of the substitute
which was being forced on the de-
scendants of the prophets. Hellen-
ism, with all her beauties and
wealth of thought, had no religion
tc compare with the religion of
Judaism. Greece might boast a
panthenon but Judea had a living
God and a vital faith. The pagan
world kept experimenting, now
with one god and now with the
other, now with an amulet and
now with magic. To the Jew such
instability could mean nothing
other than superstition. The pagan
world apparently found no incon-
sistency between its morality and
the arena. To the Jew such amuse-
ment could mean nothing more
than brutality. Was this the al-
ternative he had been ordered to
adopt? Was he to exchange his
culture for a cult? He had only
one answer, and he made it.
The unequivocal stand Judea
took at this critical moment not
otiIv served Judaism for the pres-
ent, but fortified its intensity for
future engagements. Like the three
faithful 0W88 in the book of Daniel.
\vtioso story was written at about
this time, Judea had passed
through flames hut was not con-
sumed. Two traditions as well as
two armies, had confronted each
other. Neither perished, as civiliza-
tion was subsequently to prove in
its adoption of both Hellenism and I
Hebraism. But this was precisely j
the victoryJewish values were
not to be counterfeited-
"0 World-God, give me beauty!"
cried the Greek.
His prayer was granted. All the
earth became
Plastic and vocal to his sense; each
peak,
Each grove, each stream, quick
with Promethean flame,
Peopled the world with imaged
grace and light.
The lyre was his. and his the
breathing might
Of the immortal marble, his the
play
Of d:amond pointed thought and
golden tongue.
Go seek the sunshine race. Ye find
today
A broken column and a lute un-
strung.
"0 Godhead, give me Truth!" the
Hebrew cried.
His prayer was granted; he be-
came the slave
Of the Idea, a pilgrim far and
wide,
Cursed, hated, spurned, and scourg-
ed with none to save.
The Pharaohs knew him. and when
Greece beheld,
His wisdom wore the hoary crown
of Elde.
Beauty he hath forsworn, and
wealth and power.
Seek him today, and find in every
land.
No fire consumes him, neither
floods devour;
Immortal through the lamp within
his hand.
There was. finally, one conse-
quence of the Maccabean struggle
which the Jews of the period, pos-
sibly, neither foresaw nor planned,
but which was to have tremend-
ous influence on later Jewish his-
tory. Antiochus had attempted to
subject this people spiritually, to
shatter their ideals, and the Jews
had resisted. Here was an example
for future conduct. In the position
they took, the Maccabees not only
acted for their day. but suggested
a policy to coming generations. On
some Issues there could he no ap-
peasement. It was a Greek. Socra-
tes, who had gone to death because
he was convinced that not life.
hut an examined life, is worth liv-
ing. And to the Jew a similar con-
Judea was to be tested "gain
and again. She had yet to meet
"the imperial race of everlasting
Rome"_and Roman descendants-
There were to be repeated efforts
to tear the legacy of Israel, to
substitute still new idolatries for
the ancient faith. The Temple was
no only to be defiled but destroyed;
the people were to be scattered and
enslaved. But the Maccabean story-
was not to be censored from Israeli
memory. The Jew would resist and
revolt against a compromise of
his truth. The resistance became
indeed part of his tradition. Rather
death, the Rabbis taught, than wor-
ship idols, commit incest, or mur-
der. Because they chose death
rather than betray life's funda-
mental sanctities. Judea's descend-
ant's have celebrated Hanukkah
for 2104 years.
When Jerusalem at last lay at
the feet of Titus, the general had
coins struck with the inscription
"Judea capta" on them, and an
arch representing his conquest was
erected in Rome. Today, most of
the coins are lost and the most out-
standing feature in the relief of the
arch is the Menorah.
SOCIETY
viction had come! not life, but
relig:ous life, is worth living.
ELECTION OF
OFFICERS HELD
The I-adies Auxiliary Freda
! Markowitz Post of the Jewish
War Veterans held elections of
officers for the coming year. Mrs.
Meyer Wigdor was elected presi-
dent; Mrs. Reba Brown, senior
vice president; Mrs. Harry Sha-
piro, junior vice president; Mrs.
Bergman, secretary: Mrs.
Etta Green, treasurer; Mrs. Sid
Palmer, judge advocate; Mrs.
Henry Shier. chaplain; Mrs.
Barney Kraft, conductress; Mes-
dames Herman Ginsburg, H. H,
Fair, and Adele Kane, trustees,
Mrs. Abe Goldman, guard and
Mrs. Ann Brooks, honorary men-
tor. Date and place of the in-
stallation banquet will be decided
upon at the Board meeting wide*
will be held at the home of Mrs.
H. H. Farr. 1113 S. W. 13th Court,
January 10th at 2 P. M.
The Ladies Auxiliary entertain-
ed the Drum and Bugle Corps at
a Chanuka Party Thursday even-
ing at the Y. M. H. A. Gifts were
distributed to all members of the
Corps and refreshments were
served.
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THE JEWISii FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. I. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
69S6 Indian Creek Drive4-1 IK 630 N. E. 3lBt St.2-8548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both ot" the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornln*-.
You nwy consult with them oa matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nity, or yu:- peiM>nal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening. Dec. 15th 1939,
at 8:15 p. m.
Sermon: "A Possible Answer
To An Old Mystery."
Services conducted by Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan.
SISTERHOOD SABBATH
At this Friday evening's serv-
ices Sisterhood Sabbath will be
observed. I'artticipating will be
Mrs. Harold Ii. Spurt. Mrs. Max
Orovitz, Mrs. Benj. E. Bronston.
and Mrs. Adolph Wrrthoimer.
Mrs. Jack Bernstein, chairman of
Sisterhood Sabbath arrange
merits. A special reception will
be tendered in honor of the oc-
casion by the Sisterhood after
the services, in Kaplan Hall.
Please come and bring your
friends.
SABBATH MORNING
SERVICES
Saturday morning, Dec 16th.
1939, at 11:00 a| ml Services con-
ducted by the Rabbis, with par-
ticipation of Mr. Herman I. Homa
and Mr. Herman Hall.
FROM THE TEMPLE ISRAEL
LIBRARIAN
The Temple Israel Library in-
vites the young people of all
grades to make use of the fine col-
lection of books which we have.
There are books of interest for
all agesbeginning with the
kindergarten series, and reaching
to the post-graduate classes. The
following new titles were added
to our juvenile collection:
"Crossing Over" by E. M.
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Fixture Co.
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and Fancy Groceries
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Phone 2-8537
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by Mamie Gamoran, "Dorothy and
David Explore Jewish Life" by
Michael Conovitz, 'Heroes of Is-
rael" by L. B. Evans. "What is
Judism" by A. A. Steinbach.
Parents and teachers are by no
means "forgotten men and wo-
men" as the following currently
popular books will indicate:
"The Nazarene" by Sholom
Asch, "A Peculiar Treasure" by
Edna Ferber, "Mr. Emanuel" by
Ix>iris Golding. "Days of our
Years" by Pierre van Paasen.
"The Mortal Storm" by Phyllis
Bottome. "The Jewish Festivals'*
by Hyyim Schauss, 'Jewish Con-
tributions to Civilization" by
Cecil Roth.
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titles. Why not avail yourself of
the prilviege which comes to you
as a member, in obtaining these
books, free of charge, in our li-
brary. There is no need for pay-
ing rental fees for these books
when you or your child can re-
ceive them at our library, which
is open Sunday mornings be-
tween 10:00 and 12:00.
(Continued on Page Seven)
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FOR A
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.PAINTS
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Society
HADASSAH BEGINS
SABBATH TEAS
Miami Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its first Sabbath tea
Saturday afternoon, December
10th, at two o'clock, at the home
of the president. Mrs. Sam Simon-
hoff, 5925 North Bayshore Drive.
These Sabbath teas have been
traditionally devoted to the cul-
tural phase of Hadassah work, and
for the coming year, a series of
programs dealing with "The Jew-
ish Woman Throughout History"
will be presented. The first of
this series will be given Satur-
day by Mrs. Max Dobin, who will
speak on "The Woman in Prim-
itive Society." This occasion
will also be marked by the cele-
bration of the birthday of Miss
Henrietta Szold, the founder of
Hadassah, and pioneer in the
field of women's work in Pales-
tine. Dr. Nima Alderblum, one of
the outstanding women in nation-
al Hadassah, author of several
books of a philosophical nature,
and close personal friend of Miss
Szold. will speak at this Sabbath
tea, her subject being. "Personal
Recollections of Henrietta Szold."
All members and friends are cor-
invited to be present.
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Residence Phone 7-2068
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Phone 2-1161
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Upholstering Seat Covers
General Repairing Welding
RUBIN'S BODY &
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1306 Bayshore Court
Phone 2-6611
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COMPANY
AND SUBSIDIARY
HURRICANE FAN CO.
6 N. W. FOURTH STREET
PHONE 2-6147
GREETINGS
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Imported aavj Doaacartic Delicacies
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PAGE TWELVE
FKIDAY. DEC r, ;.,
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Kabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m- and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
a. in.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-.Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
blum. Those who are interested
will please contact the office for
information.
Immediately after the services
during our social hour in the audi-
torium Mrs. Isidor Cohen, presi-
dent of the isterhood, will serve
as hostess.
SUNDAY SCHOOL: A splen-
did C'hanukkah program was pre-
sented (luring assembly last Sun
day morning under the direction
of'Miss Ethel Pont. A Ghanuk
kah play, songs and recitati' ns
comprised the program. Mrs. >
Engler and her committee Met
dames Harry Markowitz. Harry
Oliphant Irvfa L. Siegel and
Harry So.>tin presented the stud
em body of over 250 children, plus
the faculty consisting of l" mem-
bers, with appropriate Chanukka
(Continued on Page Plvo)
-Sisterhood'
SERVICES
Late Friday Evening services
will be conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro Friday Evening at 8:15
Cantor Louis Hayman assisted
by the Beth David Choir will
chant the Liturgic Melodies, com-
posed by Cantor I. Kamirfsky.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the sub-
ject, "Prejudice Over a Change-
less World." A most interesting
and enlightening lecture was de- curriculum of our daily Hebrew
livered last Friday night by our School that of "Nifrena" liturgic
gruest speaker, Dr. Nima Adler- j music as a special course once a
blum on the subject, "From the: a week under the direction1 of
Ghetto to the Open WorldThe I Cantor I. Kaminsky. The Talmud
Collapse of Assimilation." We Torah Curriculum includes the
are indeed appreciative of the study of elementary and advane
RELIGIOUS- AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
JUNIOR CONGREGATION:
The services of the Juniors and
Seniors conducted by the Junior
Congregation takes place every
Saturday morning at 10:30. Har-
old Shapiro, Albert Eskanazi and
Herbert Glazeroff are in charge
of the services. The "Portion1 of
Law" is expounded by the Rabbi.
We are happy to note that the
attendance is increasing rapidly
from Sabbath to Sabbath A
s Kiddush" is given in the audi-
torium immediately after the
Benediction", under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. L J. Hartz.
BAR MITZVAH GROUP:
The "Bar-Mitzvah" group will
meet Sunday morning from 9 to
10 under the direction of Louis
Gadon; boys of 12 and over are
eligible to attend. The boys are
taught the melodies for the dif-
ferent "Portions of Law."
TALMUD TORAH: An ir
novation has been made in the
fine comments and brilliant inter-
pretation of the subject. We
i miner,',! highly the course in
ed Hebrew. Chumosh." with
"Rashi, Niveim." religion and its
law. Yiddish and other subjects
GALA BOAT RIDE
Mrs. Harry Markowitz, chairman
of the Sisterhood's unusual event
the "MOONLIGHT BOAT RIDE"
announces that everything is in
readiness for that ride Tuesday
December 10th. The capacity is
limited to 225 and we therefore
urge those who desire to be with
us Tuesday Evening, December
19th at 830-pier 8 of Biscayne
Park; the Seven seas Yacht to
make their reservation at once,
otherwise they will be disapp
oiivted. A splended program h*
been arranged, to make the ev-
ening a success. In addition to
the Boat Ride, dancing, eniter-
tair.wient and prizes will com-
prise the program of the evening.
We expect to see you this Tues-
day evening at 8.30
BOARD MEETING
A meeting of the Sisterhood
Board is called for this Tuesday
morning at 10 in the Auditorium
every member of the Board is ex-
pected to be present for matters
of great importance with regards
to the Calendar for rest of the
year will be discussed.
CHANUKKAH DINNER
A most remarkable C'hanukkah
Dinner affair was held last Sun-
day Evening at the Hitter's Ala-
mac Kosher Hotel. Mrs. Leo Ack-
erntan and her committee excelled
in the arrangements for over 200
reservations to the complete sat
isfact'on of everyone present. The
Highlight of the program was
Chanukkah play under the direc-j
tion of Mr. Samuel Hollander. We1
wish to acknowledge the remark-
able presentation1 of the play by
the characters. Mesdames, M. J. j
Koplowitz. Stanley C. Myers, Ir-
vin L. Siegel. B. Sedon and Sam !
Weissel. Due credit must be
given to the management of the
Hotel for the unusually splendid
preparations of a fine Chanukkah
Dinner.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA
A most successful Annual Mem-
bership Tea was held Wednesday
afternoon at the Alcazar Roof-
The progrem was unique and en-
joyel by everyone present.
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PAGE TWELVE FKIDAY. DEC r, ;., CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Kabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. mand Friday evening 8:15. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. m. Late Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 a. in. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. m. Bar-.Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING blum. Those who are interested will please contact the office for information. Immediately after the services during our social hour in the auditorium Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president of the isterhood, will serve as hostess. SUNDAY SCHOOL:— A splendid C'hanukkah program was presented (luring assembly last Sun day morning under the direction of'Miss Ethel Pont. A Ghanuk kah play, songs and recitati' ns comprised the program. Mrs. %  >• Engler and her committee Met dames Harry Markowitz. Harry Oliphant Irvfa L. Siegel and Harry So.>tin presented the stud em body of over 250 children, plus the faculty consisting of l" members, with appropriate Chanukka (Continued on Page Plvo) -Sisterhood' SERVICES Late Friday Evening services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro Friday Evening at 8:15 Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David Choir will chant the Liturgic Melodies, composed by Cantor I. Kamirfsky. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "Prejudice Over a Changeless World." A most interesting and enlightening lecture was decurriculum of our daily Hebrew livered last Friday night by our School that of "Nifrena" liturgic gruest speaker, Dr. Nima Adlerj music as a special course once a blum on the subject, "From the : a week under the direction 1 of Ghetto to the Open World—The I Cantor I. Kaminsky. The Talmud Collapse of Assimilation." We Torah Curriculum includes the are indeed appreciative of the study of elementary and advane RELIGIOUSAND CULTURAL INSTITUTION JUNIOR CONGREGATION:— The services of the Juniors and Seniors conducted by the Junior Congregation takes place every Saturday morning at 10:30. Harold Shapiro, Albert Eskanazi and Herbert Glazeroff are in charge of the services. The "Portion 1 of Law" is expounded by the Rabbi. We are happy to note that the attendance is increasing rapidly from Sabbath to Sabbath A s Kiddush" is given in the auditorium immediately after the Benediction", under the chairmanship of Mrs. L J. Hartz. BAR MITZVAH GROUP:— The "Bar-Mitzvah" group will meet Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon; boys of 12 and over are eligible to attend. The boys are taught the melodies for the different "Portions of Law." TALMUD TORAH:— An ir novation has been made in the fine comments and brilliant interpretation of the subject. We i miner,',! highly the course in ed Hebrew. Chumosh." with "Rashi, Niveim." religion and its law. Yiddish and other subjects GALA BOAT RIDE Mrs. Harry Markowitz, chairman of the Sisterhood's unusual event the "MOONLIGHT BOAT RIDE" announces that everything is in readiness for that ride Tuesday December 10th. The capacity is limited to 225 and we therefore urge those who desire to be with us Tuesday Evening, December 19th at 830-pier 8 of Biscayne Park; the Seven seas Yacht to make their reservation at once, otherwise they will be disapp oiivted. A splended program h* been arranged, to make the evening a success. In addition to the Boat Ride, dancing, enitertair.wient and prizes will comprise the program of the evening. We expect to see you this Tuesday evening at 8.30 BOARD MEETING A meeting of the Sisterhood Board is called for this Tuesday morning at 10 in the Auditorium every member of the Board is expected to be present for matters of great importance with regards to the Calendar for rest of the year will be discussed. CHANUKKAH DINNER A most remarkable C'hanukkah Dinner affair was held last Sunday Evening at the Hitter's Alamac Kosher Hotel. Mrs. Leo Ackerntan and her committee excelled in the arrangements for over 200 reservations to the complete sat isfact'on of everyone present. The Highlight of the program was %  Chanukkah play under the direc-j tion of Mr. Samuel Hollander. We 1 wish to acknowledge the remarkable presentation 1 of the play by the characters. Mesdames, M. J. j Koplowitz. Stanley C. Myers, Irvin L. Siegel. B. Sedon and Sam Weissel. Due credit must be given to the management of the Hotel for the unusually splendid preparations of a fine Chanukkah Dinner. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA A most successful Annual Membership Tea was held Wednesday afternoon at the Alcazar RoofThe progrem was unique and enjoyel by everyone present. WM, J. BARTHOLOMEW STANDARD OIL CO. Authorized Dealer 9th Ave. and West Flagler TELEPHONE 2-9578 Greasing—Washing—Polishing SEASON'S GREETING C. W. DUN LAP & Associates of Colored Town Protective I i % %  -, 1226 N. W. 3rd Avenue &f € BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MAGIC CITY BOTTLE and SUPPLY CO E. W. CARTER 2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue Greetings! ... It is our pleasure to extend to all our Jewish friends and patrons sincere good wishes for a Happy Chanuka Pan American Airways VISIT YOUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Fresh Cigarettes in a flASfff philosophy given by Dr. Adlerpertaining to our Hebrew studies. INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS &f iTTTTT INSURED SAVINGS i \ MORTGAGE LOANS TTITnT snvincs ano Loan QssociuTion • OF mmmi 45 N. E. 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1 %  I %  ~l PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORID) AN FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 193!) ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Beryl Beatrice Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Rose 5763 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach, to Abe Schonfeld. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Schonfeld. 1428 S. W. 11th Terr., pioneer Miamians. Miss Rose attended the University of Minnesota. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Schonfeld was graduated from the University of Miami Law SchoolMar.y parties are being arranged for Miss Rose. The wedding will be an event of February 11th. • • • BENEFIT BANQUET TO BE HELD The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will sponsor a benefit banquet Wednesday evening December 20th at t!:30 p. m. at the Victor Hotel. Miami Beach. Installation of officers will take place and a complete flo r showwill be presented with Mr. So! Goldstrora in charge. Installaof officers will take place with Mrs. Moses Krieger as chairman of the evening and installing ofRAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor ficer; Mrs. Moses Mescheloff AUXILIARY ELECTS giving the invocation and Rabbi OFFFICERS Moses Mescheloff, the benedic Tuesday evening December 12th tion. Rabbi Mescheloff. Mr. M. at the regular meeting held at the B. Frank, president of the ConMiami Women's Club tkjnwly i M T R„Kin S r, n formed Ladies Auxiliary of Sholem gregation and Mr. Leo Robinson n,.sfi^t s e Lodge Bnai B nth at their iirst will be the guest speakers of the ^^ electjon of offil ers elected evening. An orchestra will furJJ,^ Isaac Levin president. Othnish music for lancing following the banquet. The committee in charge of arrangements are Mesdames Moses Krieger. Nathan Slome. R. Auslander. M. Lipowsky. John Meyers. Rose Bornknopf, A. Berow. M. S. Rubin. Maurice Mamches, J. Shapiro and Benj. H. London. presidentOfficers to be installed are Mrs. B. H. London, president: Mrs A. J. Tobin. first vice president;.Mrs. A. Berow. second vice president: Mrs. Moses Krieger. third vice president: Mrs. J. Shapiro, treasurer; Mrs. Maurice Mamches. recording secretary: Mrs. Haold Turk. corresponding secretary: Mrs. R. Kalamer, assistant corresponling secretary: Mrs. Jack Wucher. financial secretary: and Mrs. Hoses Mescheloff. aud tor. All members and friends are urged to attend as the proceeds ers elected were Mrs. Jennie Rotwill go towards the maintenance fort, first vice-president ; Mrs. of a ward at the St. Francis HosIrvin Siegel. second vice president pital and the support of the ReMiss Beulah B. Godwin, record SOCIAL ACTIVITIES MRS. ISAAC LEVIN FORMAL DANCE AND RECEPTION TO BE HELD The Annual Formal Dance and Rocepton sponsored by the Tern pie Israel Sisterho-.d for the local an! homecoming University stu dents will be held Monday evenj ing December 26th at 9 P. m. at Kaplan Hall. 137 N. E. lSHh St.. MiamiAn orchestra. comprising largly Ur.nversitv of Miami students, will provide music for dancing. Refreshments will be served. Glnnket invitations have been issued to all students. There ia no admission. Patrons and Patronesses for | the evening are Dr. and MB. Chas. BeckwittMr. and Mrs. B. E Bronston. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Oowen, Mrs. Rita Geist, Mr. anl Mrs. Harry Kondel. Mr. and Mr. .!. Gerald Lewis, Mr. and .Mrs. Norman I-eihlingMrs. Rose Raff Mr. and Mrs. Harry lee Rub'n. Mr. and Mrs. Toh : ns Simon. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Une-ar. and Mr and Mrs. Herman Wall. The committee in charge of arrangements is headed by Mrs. Isaac Levin, chairman, who i> being assisted by Mesdames Frank CoretGordon Davis. Jacob H. Kaplan. Morris Plant. Harold B. SSpaet anl Louis Zeientz. will entertain at their home 1534 N. W. 6th Street. Miami, Sunday afternoon from 3:30 to 5 p. m. in honor of the captains of the Junior Federation Drive. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ARTHUR CHILDERS i 1 GREETINGS HARRYS A-l KEY SHOP 212 N. E. 14th ST. PHONE 2 07is ligious School. I BOARD MEETING HELD ing secretary; Mrs. Sadie Weinberg recording secretaryMrs. Charles Beckwitt, treasurer and Mrs.Sidney Stepkin, auditor. Elected to the board were Mesdames Meyer Schwartz. Frank Coret. Sol Weinkle. Sam The Miami Beach English Blank. Sam Weissel. Maurice Gr.v Speaking Pioneer group of Pales | *sman, George Goldberg. Harrytine held their regular board | Orlin, Monte Selig. Milton Saslaw. meeting Tuesday evening at the, "a Optner. Harry Markowitz. J. home of Mrs. S. Weissman. The Engler.Max Stcuer and Benj. Lecalendar of events for the comVine. ing season was planned. The reg-1 Various commitees will be apular business meeting of the orpointed at the next meeting and ganization will be held Tuesday all members who have committee evening December 19th at S P. M. : preference are requested to const the home of Mrs. Dora Green, i tact Mrs. Levin. More than one 713 7th St.. Miami Beach. Guest hundred ladies were present, speaker of the evening will be Installation of officers will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. All held jointly with the I dge Tuesmembers and friends are corlially day evening January 9th at the united to attend. Evans Hotel. Miami Beach. Details will be announced in next week's issue. ENTERTAIN AT HOME Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof +• A ILu-fY CHANUKA 308 Ea Flakier St. PHONE 2-3718 BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Bill Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy 188 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-7W1 CHANUKA GREETINGS MAULE INDUSTRIES BUILDERS SUPPLIES 1136 N. W. 21st AVE.—PHONE 4-2574 OJUS; FLORIDA—PHONE 2-4806 1760 PURDY AVE—MIAMI BEACH—PHONE 5-4663 i a I fi) m Announcing. the FORMAL OPENING TUESDAY DECEMBER 19th AT 3:00 P. M. St. Regis Restaurant SERVING 'Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinners 446 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH CHANUKA GREETINGS Barker-Todd Boats 24S S. W. N. 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FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939 THE JEWISii FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. I. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 69S6 Indian Creek Drive—4-1 IK 630 N. E. 3lBt St.—2-8548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both ot" the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornln*-. You nwy consult with them oa matters concerning the Jewls community, or yu: peiM>nal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening. Dec. 15th 1939, at 8:15 p. m. Sermon: "A Possible Answer To An Old Mystery." Services conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. SISTERHOOD SABBATH At this Friday evening's services Sisterhood Sabbath will be observed. I'artticipating will be Mrs. Harold Ii. Spurt. Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Benj. E. Bronston. and Mrs. Adolph Wrrthoimer. Mrs. Jack Bernstein, chairman of Sisterhood Sabbath arrange merits. A special reception will be tendered in honor of the occasion by the Sisterhood after the services, in Kaplan Hall. Please come and bring your friends. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning, Dec 16th. 1939, at 11:00 a| ml Services conducted by the Rabbis, with participation of Mr. Herman I. Homa and Mr. Herman Hall. FROM THE TEMPLE ISRAEL LIBRARIAN The Temple Israel Library invites the young people of all grades to make use of the fine collection of books which we have. There are books of interest for all ages—beginning with the kindergarten series, and reaching to the post-graduate classes. The following new titles were added to our juvenile collection: "Crossing Over" by E. M. CHANUKA GREETINGS Edison Electrical Fixture Co. 1009 S. W. 8th Street J. MINOR. Mgr. OSCEOLA MARKET GEORGE JACOB, Prop. Quality Western Meats and Fancy Groceries WE DELIVER 2293 8. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-1727 A HAPPY CHANUKA JAMES BETTERIDGE CO., Inc. CONTRACTORS A BUILDERS 2510 N W. North River Dave PHONE 2-14G7 GREETINGS HERTZ DRrV-UR-JJELF STATIONS 52 8. E. First Street MIAMI Phone 2-8537 HAPPY CHANUKA MILLS* ROCK CO. 301 N. W. 79th Street PHONE 7-3077 CHANUKA GREETINGS JACQUES HEARST "Werld-Pamous Pastries Add to th. utc.n of Your Party" Rvervthlnp In INTERNATIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS Telephone 5-1788—1654 Alton Itil. Miami Heach anil llendersonville Marx. "Hillcl's Happy Holidays" by Mamie Gamoran, "Dorothy and David Explore Jewish Life" by Michael Conovitz, 'Heroes of Israel" by L. B. Evans. "What is Judism" by A. A. Steinbach. Parents and teachers are by no means "forgotten men and women" as the following currently popular books will indicate: "The Nazarene" by Sholom Asch, "A Peculiar Treasure" by Edna Ferber, "Mr. Emanuel" by Ix>iris Golding. "Days of our Years" by Pierre van Paasen. "The Mortal Storm" by Phyllis Bottome. "The Jewish Festivals'* by Hyyim Schauss, 'Jewish Contributions to Civilization" by Cecil Roth. These are but a few of the titles. Why not avail yourself of the prilviege which comes to you as a member, in obtaining these books, free of charge, in our library. There is no need for paying rental fees for these books when you or your child can receive them at our library, which is open Sunday mornings between 10:00 and 12:00. (Continued on Page Seven) HKST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI NU-ENAMEL CO. P A I N T S .13 N. W. First Street Society HADASSAH BEGINS SABBATH TEAS Miami Chapter of Hadassah will hold its first Sabbath tea Saturday afternoon, December 10th, at two o'clock, at the home of the president. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, 5925 North Bayshore Drive. These Sabbath teas have been traditionally devoted to the cultural phase of Hadassah work, and for the coming year, a series of programs dealing with "The Jewish Woman Throughout History" will be presented. The first of this series will be given Saturday by Mrs. Max Dobin, who will speak on "The Woman in Primitive Society." This occasion will also be marked by the celebration of the birthday of Miss Henrietta Szold, the founder of Hadassah, and pioneer in the field of women's work in Palestine. Dr. Nima Alderblum, one of the outstanding women in national Hadassah, author of several books of a philosophical nature, and close personal friend of Miss Szold. will speak at this Sabbath tea, her subject being. "Personal Recollections of Henrietta Szold." All members and friends are corinvited to be present. LV la the BEST.' Z* *• MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S W 8th Street "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" $ HILL SOUND SERVICE SOUND SYSTEMS Operadio RCA Western Electric GEO. D. HILL 1004 N. E, 8ECOND AVKNUF. T. lejihone 2-8878 MIAMI. 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^-* CHANUKAH EDITION wJewisli Flloiriidliiai m i% VOL. 12—NO. 49 Qomims. Tlhe J/witZ as a chairman for Miami and Leo His enstein an 1 Joseph M. Rose. i ate chairmen for Miami Beach. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the Women's division with Mrs. Monte Selig. associate (Continued OH Page Five) Federation Workers To Enjoy Smoker Tuesday evening December 21st the Evans Hotel will be the scene of a rally and smoker for workers of the Men's division of the 1940 Federation drive. The committee in charge of the Rally and Smoker are Elry Stone, gi neral chairman of the Men's division. Maurice J. Kopelowitz, associate chairman of Miami's Men's division and Leo Eisenstein and Joseph M. Rose, associate chairmen of Miami Beach Men's division. Baron de Hirsch Meyer will be in charge with Leo Eisenstein as masters of ceremonies and will present the program of boxing, music and entertainment. Refreshments will be served. Council Holds Forum Today The Forum, sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women will meet Friday afternoon at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel. Miami Beach. The guest speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro, whose subject will be "The Ultimate Victory of Faith." The Personality Garden will be presented by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein on the topic "Some Secrets of Poise." This week's chapter in the study course on Contemporary Jewish Dramatics will concern' "Irwin Shaw and the Gentle People." The musical feature of the program will bo given by Alan Westin. boy soprano, who will be accompanied by Mrs. Samuel Rosenberg. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld general chairman of the Fashion Show to be presented December 27th. at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, will outline the program arranged for th's gala event. Hostesses at the tea table will be Mesdames Sylvia Gottsegen, Lucy Memison. | Kate Christensen. Dorothy Stanj ley, Alvin Czech. Anna R. Jacobs, I A. Frankel and H. Rosenthal. 'T' Annual Ball Sunday Owe of the outstanding events of the current season will be the Eighth Annual Dance of the Young Men's Hebrew Association at the Civic Center Sunday evening December 17th beginning at 9 o'clock. Many noted artists and celebrities in this area have promised to appear and entertain for the guests. Moving pictures will be taken of the guests and of the activities during the evening. Featured during the evening will be the music of Chet Brownagle and his orchestra. Mr. E. Albert Pallot. general chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Reservations may be made with any of the committee, at tho "Y" or at the door. Proceeds of the affair will go towards the building fund. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES The last regular meeting of Sholom Lodge held this past Tuesday evening at the Miami WoAII chairmen of committees on Fashion and Floor Show sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section. J man's Club, was somewhat unique, will meet with Mrs. Ralph Neu' It was the first meeting in adfcld at 4870 Nautilus Drive. Mijoining rooms, and all of its memami Beach. Tuesday 10:30 a. m. hers were invited to come in and December 19th. Reports will be hear Sholom Lodge's guest Bpeakmade and further plans discuss i r of the evening. The met el for the gala event to take was well at -ended. place December 27th at thill llyw I Beach Hotel when For the benefit of those who did not attend this meeting, the luncheon will be served for $1.50 feature highlight of the evi and admission to Fashion and was the invited guest speaker. Floor Show. $1.00. ELRY STONE Chairman of the Men's division. Auxiliary To Hold Annual Tea The annual membership Tea which will be held in the form of a Rummage Sale, sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held Monday afternoon December 18th at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Sam Blank. 3700 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach. In charge of arwho was none other than. the Hon. Pat Cannon. Congressman in the United States Hou Representatives, from the 4th Congressional District of Florida, in which Dado County is located. Congressman Cannon, who likes to be called "Pat" by all of bis friends, made an inspiring address. Our Congressman stressed the need of education in the democratic pr Cesses of the American form of government and the privileged listeners had the opportunity of absorbing a lesson in the complex workings of practical politics as practiced in Washington. He emphasized the necessity of an alert citizenry LEO EISENSTEIN Associate chairmen for Miami ar.'dMiami Beach of the Men's Divis ion. rangements is Mrs. Maurice Ja-'and active interest in good govcobs. chairman, assisted by Mrs. ernmer.t. in order to preserve the M. L. Cowen and Mrs. M. Davis. principles of democracy and a %  o-chairmen. The invocation will | democratic form of government. From the reactions brought to your writer's attention, Congressman Cannon made a lasting impression of his liberalism and sincerity of purpose. There will be a formal Installation Banquet ami Dance at the Evans Hotel. Miami Beach, on Tuesday evening. January 9. 1940. This affair promises to be a huge success. The newly elected offic(.Continued on Page 8) I be given by Mrs. Moses MeschelI offj the opening address. Mrs. Ida Optner. president of the Auxiliary: guest speaker. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Bureau; report of case work. Mrs. Sayde G. Rose, executive secretary; piano accordion selections. Mrs. Walter Hays; and recitation, Mrs. Harold Turk. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. 1



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FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939 THE JEWISH rLOEIDIAN PAGE FfVE #1 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 625 Mlchlaran Avenue 'Phone 6-1328 MAURICE MAMCHE6. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 6-2013 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Shachriss: 7 and 8 a. m. daily; 7 and 9 a. m. Saturday. Mincha: 5:10 p. m. daily; C p. m. Saturday. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday 5:15 p. m. Rabbi Mesohel^ff will preach on "The Portion of the week." Minionaires. Sunday. 9 a. m. FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM The first in this year's series of Friday night lectures was very well attended and most favorably recieved last Friday night. We welcome the many hundreds who came to this initial Forum to come and bring their friends every Friday night. This Friday evening Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the subject "An Old Approach." Cantor Mamches will lead in the singing. BAR MITZVAH Ijaurence Flanders will celebrate his becoming Bar Mitzvah at this Saturday morning's services. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the boy. Cantor Mamches will chant the services. WELL KNOWN RESTAURANT TO OPEN Beginning its ninth consecutive season of service to the public, the St. Regis Restaurant at 446 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach will re-open Tuesday evening December 19th. The restaurant, manned by a staff equipped to provide the finest of American Jewish foods to suit the most discriminating tastes has established a splendid reputatioa for cuisine service. Fmll •onrse dinners and dairy foods fill b* served. The restaurant is under the same management as the well known St. Regis Hotel in Fleischman's. N. Y. The public is cordially invite! to attend and enjoy the various foods offeredSEASON'S GREETINGS M. DRUCKER and FAMILY Drucker's Jewelry 1053 Washington Avenue Phone 5-3774 Sincere Wishes For A Happy Chanuka MR. and MRS. JOSEPH CAMNER RADIO HOUR "After Chanukah" will be the radio talk by our Rabbi this Sunday over station WIOD at three p. m. The Cantor will sing. Our Y. M. H. A. will take part in the program. SISTERHOOD BANQUET AND FLOOR SHOW Our Sisterhood will hold its annual installation banquet this coming Wednesday night, December 29th, at the Victor Hotel. An exceptionally fine program of entertainment has been procured for this outstanding event. •+ Season's nest Wishes from the STANDARD GARAGE 30 N. W. THIRD STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA SOCIETY BAR MITZVAH TO BE HELD... The Bar Bitzvah of Norman Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Sacks will be held Saturday morning December 23rd at tha Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach. Norman will recite the Haftoro. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will adress the boy. A reception will follow the services. Out of town guests who will arrive here to attend are Mrs. BStulman. mother of Mrs. Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. David Gotthelf and son; and Mr. and Mrs. H. Rudo and family, all of Baltimore. Sunday evening at the Evans Hotel, the parents of the Bar Mitzvah will entertain in his honor at a dinner. Sincere Wishes For A Happy Chanuka COCONUT GROVE BAKERY 3029 Grand Ave. ..Ph. 4-3215 RUBY FOO's CHINESE FOOD THAT'S DIFFERENT Dade Blvd. at West Ave. Authentic Chinese Dinner $1.50 Ala Carte at All Hours Phone 5 2310 CAMPAIGN PROGRESS (Continued from Page One) chairman for Miami, and Mrs. Max Dobrin, associate chairman for Miami Beach. Chairman of the Junior Division is George Chertkof with Stanton Halpert associate chairman for Miami and Charlotte Singer associate for Miami Beach. Captains who will head teams in the drive will be announced shortly. Chanuka Greetings Lord Baltimore Restaurant Sol Mellman 716 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach SEASON'S GREETINGS D E NMAN CONSTRUCTION CO. 3632 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3813 AT YOUR SERVICE TRIANGLE Kosher Market 149 N. W. 5th ST. "WHERE LOWEST PRICES PREVAIL" MashKiarh On Premises At All Times Under Strict Supervision FREE DELIVERY PHONE 2-0618 CHANUKA GREETINGS Palm Pharmacy 2200 N. W. 28th Street PHONES: 2-9356—2-9281 SERVING — MIAMI BEACH and MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home t "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" PHONE 3-3431 710 S. W. 12th AVEAMBULANCE SERVICE SEE BELL for FISHING TACKLE "The Xnui Gift Ix>nr Remembersd" Do You KNOW Your Fishing Holes? • u for Comploto Information MIAMI PHOTO and SPORTS Supplies Orders Taken Sunday Photo Supplies—Sporting Good* 1327 Biscayne Blvd. Phone S-4933 Open Evenings Until 9 p.m. Til Xmas BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MORRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 Washington Ave. Phone 5-5545 Miami Beach • SPECIAL • A Fmll Bushel of Florida's Finest FrsiU Packet) For Saippmg Aaywhere $ 1.50 Inclui. Oranges Taagerinea Grapefruit aaul Kumquata BOULEVARD GROCERY 3023 BISCAYNE BLVD. Orders Taken Sundays PHONE 2-8712 AN INVITATION FROM J. M. ROSE and NH. HANKOFP To Attend A Preview of one of America's Newest and Smartest Ocean Front Hotels SUNDAY, DEC. 17th Orchestra, 3 to 5 P. M. GALA PRIEMERE To-Ni*rht ELABORATE MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA and 20 Scenes FRANK NALDI'S FOLLIES BERGERE COMEDY SINGING DANCING 30 Beautiful Girls Everv Evenine at 8:45 Popular Prices 25 55 75 • 110 TEMPLE THEATRE 445 N. W. 3rd ST. Phone 2-3022 Deluxe Dinner 6 to 9 P.M. For Reservations Phost *-"" HOTEL • I Til 001*1 IITWIII IITH.IOTM IT. y DRINK Till PAR T-PAK ROYAL CROWN 0•LA NEHI BOTTLING CO. 540 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287 A HAPPY CHANUKA CONCRETE PLACING CO. "ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE'' 2226 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-4920 There Is No Name That Stands For So Much As TRUE FARM FOOD l mm ^m To Vegetarian Diners m


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FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939 FINE SADDLE HORSES B] total Riding; Instruction Moonlight Ridea Hiding from 7 A. M. to 3 3" P. If. North Miami Riding Academy I3.">75 N. E. 6th Ave. Phone 7-2022 +__ + CHANUKA GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cold Storage Facilities Fruits Vegetables • Produce Seeds—Seaboard Trackage 1701 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 3-1219 Whan Chriitmai com** 'round, it's r.ure mighty pleasin' To wish all our friends tho |oy ol the Season. We'll strive to continue that good Chriitmai cheer In our prompt cheerful •ervice ior all the year. AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR from SERVICE SAM and SUNSHINE SALLY Sunshine Service FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN PAGE XI XT) Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHIMEAS J BIRON) GREETINGS GET YOUR FISH AT THE BAKER FISH COMPANY Always the Best—Always Fresh PHONE 2-6.->34 S. W. 2nd Ave. and the River WAR GAGS Punchline we can't help passing on: ''The Third Reich will stand for a thousand years, says Hitler W ell, if it can stand for Hitler it can stand for anyhing."... The Three Stooges are reported to be planning a picture, to be titled "Apes of Wrath," | which will take off Hitler, Goering and Goebbels G ermany's foremost aviation society is still called the Lilienthal Gesellschaft fuer Luftahrtfoardserung, and no less a personage than General Kesselring only last summer cited Otto Lilienthal as one of the heroes of aviation together with such simon pure 'Aryans" as Baron von Richthofen. It's an open secret that if Hitler were to resign today in favor of Goering the British government would immediately make peace with the Nazis, letting them keep Danzig and the Polish Corridor. Did you know that before Hitler made the swastika unpopular, that anci ent good-luck symbol was used on the military airplanes of Fin land? Don't be surprised if steel bed springs are verboten in Naziland before long. German radio fans eager to find ways and means of listening in on short-wave broadcasts from America have discovered that such springs make perfect antennae for their receiving sets. ... It's not permitted to portray Hitler in a serious play in London nowadays, but it's perfectly all right with the authorities to show him as a comic figure. Latest wisecrack to come out of Italy, as reported by W. L White in the New York Post, suggests: '' Now that Signor Hitler has allied Germany with the Soviets, perhaps he will give Europe peace by marrying and settling down to a quiet domestic life with some nice girl from a good Jewish family." ... In Italy, White adds, the enforcement of the anti Jewish laws introduced last year is conspicuous by its absence B lanca Holmes, Hollywood's famous astrologer, predicts, among other things, that Hitler is good for another year and a half, and that he may die by drinking poison slipped him by a girl. You'll be able to test her accuracy next November, another of her prophecies being that President Roosvelt will run for a third term and be elected. YOU SHOULD KNOW The Zionists are burning up because of tin* recent radio speech in which Rabbi Morris Laznron warned American Jews tn have nothing to do with the forthcoming visit of Dr. Chaim Wei/.inaim. The Baltimore rabbi said that the -lews of this country cannot afford to got mixed up with the political ramifications of political Zionism at ilii.time. Did you know thai there is a Hebrew Braille Alphabet, created \'r the use of those ind people who can read o'nlv Yiddish 01 Hebrew '•'... Ii was ie Jewish Braille Review which formulated it and brought 1 about its official adoption in li'-'ifi. Too bad Frederics Lonsdale's play "Foreigners'" is doomed to have only a brief, career on Broadway. ... It's unquestionably the strongest indictment of anti-Semitism ever SITU on the American stage. i BRAININIANA The late Reuben Brainin, who was the dean of Hebrew liter tture in this country, left enough manuscript material to fill tore than five thousand printed book pages. ... It consists of his diaries, which he called "My Contemporaries." ... If they were to be published now they would most probably become the ,nost controversial document in Jewish literature. During the last two years of his life Brainin, having lost his voice, dictated his writings by spelling out each word on an alphabet chart with a pointer. His favorite music was Bizet's opera "Carmen," and the two authors he admired most were Romain Rolland and Thomas Mann. ... He preferred rereading Mann's 'Magic Mountain" time and again to reading any of the German author's contemporaries LITERARY NOTES Major Francis Yeata-Brown, author of "European Jungle," just published in this country, has an outlook strange for a British army officer. The hook glorifies Hitler's heroism during the world war of 1914-1918, defends Badolf's rape ol Austria, and asks that no more -lews be allowed to enter England. • • WOLPERT' v tURtTlTUREJ BARGAINS! -v We MfiMtvTo Be Undersold" 155 W. FLAGLER.ijgT. PHONE "Miami's Most Beautiful Bar" America's Famous Beers on Draught TURF EXCHANGE BAR Where All Good Sports Meet THE BEST BEERS in Town ANNHEUSER-BUSCH MICHELOB 279 East Flnglcr St. (Opp. (or. Elk's Club) Phone 2-8944 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE WM. F. FRANTZ SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. "THE COMPLETE PA1XT STORE" 801 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-3317 Benjamin Moore Company's Complete Line of Paints .. CHANUKA GREETINGS RE-OPENING of the OLD HEIDELBERG 151 S. E. 2nd STREET Try FAIRMONT'S Sweet Butter I Rich In Flavor Sold Only In Packages K Never In Bulk from the Tub youa GROCER*)L A' HAS THI£ J[rc~..i —SlITTLI m B ?v ly A R E there days when i4 seems flJ that the radio, the ringing of the door or telephone bell, the clatter of dishes, or even the laughter and voices of children nearly drive you frantic—days when you are restless, and cranky? Do you he awake nights? When these hectic days and wakeful nights interfere with your work and take the pleasure out of life for you, try DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine is a combination of effective nerve sedatives. Originated nearly sixty years ago. it is as up to date as todays newspaper. Dr. Miles Nervine has brought relief to millions of nervous sufferers. You may find it exactly what you need. Will you try Dr. Miles Nervine? Your druggist has it Lartre bottle $1.00 Small bottle 25* tap DR.MILES LIQUID NERVINE



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* FFRIDAY, DEC, 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJemsti Meridian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Kntered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION mi year -ii\ Months ... $2.00 $1.00 SOCIETY RETURNS FOR HOLIDAYS Miss HarrielXe Tobin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin of FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1939 VOLUME 12—NUMBER 49 Cuba Victimizes Refugees The deep stain of the S. S. St. Louis affair has not yet faded from Cuba's record. There are many who still remember how more than 900 refugees last May cast off their ties with the Old World, came to Cuba with visas they thought valid, prepared to start life anew in the New World, only to be imprisoned aboard the steamer and sent back by a cynical government to the Europe they thought they had put behind forever. Cuba's prestige in the eyes of the civilized world suffered an irreparable blow through this act of inhumanity; yet the Havana Government has now taken action against refugees again. *" A bill has been introduced in the Cuban Congress which would confiscate 75 per cent of the $500 bonds of those refugees who have overstayed their six-month temporary visas in Cuba. The number of refugees affected is about 3.000, and hence the total money which would accrue to the Cuban Treasury would be approximately $1,125,000. This bill apparently has two aims — to help fill Cuba's impoverished treasury and to victimize the refugees. The first aim is indicated by the fact that the measure is part of a gen oral tax bill, and the second by the fact that its sponsor is Senator Luis Kainas. a leader of the anti-immigration, antirefugee and anti-Jewish bloc in Congress, who was one of those responsible for the barring of the St. Louis passengers. Cuba, which has great need of American friendship, particularly now when it is reported that she is preparing to seek credits in the United States, cannot but realize that the passage and signing of such a bill would arouse indignation in this country. Particularly is this true because many of the bonds upon which Cuba would levy were put up by American organizations and individuals. The legality of the Cuban bill is irrelevant. Perhaps it is true that these refugees have overstayed their residence permits and thus have, technically, forfeited the right to the deposits. But these refugees did not wilfully violate the time limit; they remained because they could find no other havens. If Cuba sees fit to capitalize on the distress of victims of per ecution, she will have to face the bar of public opinion. The Cuban bill points a wider moral. It is a mournful commentary on civilization when governments must choose the ost helpless people in the world the stateless exiles upon whom to levy to replenish their treasuries. Perhaps governments can get away with such actions in turbulent times like these, but there will come a time when sanity and decency will return to the world when statesmen will blush for the actions of their predecessors. 849 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, returned to the city for the holidays from Tallahassee, Florida. Miss Tobin is a senior at the Florida State College for Women there, SPECIAL MEETING CALLED A special meeting of the Pio neer Women's Organization of Greater Miami is being called by the president Mis. Henry Seitlin for Sunday afternoon December 17th at I i>. m. at 828 • 3rd Street Miami Beach. All members are urged to be present as important business will be transacted. • HABANOTH ENTERTAINMENT Miami Beach Habanoth presents its first entertainment of the season this Sunday night at 7:30 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. The program will include a modern' playlet, entitled choral selections, solos, acoordion "The Old Order." A number of selections and a Jewish March of Time will be presented. All mem bers anil friends are invited to attend. A HAPPY CHANUKA JARRETT COFFEE CO. K asters and Packers of COFFEES and TEAS 507 Northwest Miami Court Phone 2 2174 VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT OPENS Completely renovated and with modern facilities, air cooled and furnished with scientific equipment the True Farm Food Restaurant, vegetarian and dairy restaurant located at 645 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, will re-open for the senpir.' Saturday evening December 10th at 5 p. m. Well known in New York and possessing long experience in the culinary line, the True Farm Food Restaurant beginning their second year .will again serve the richest in vitamin energy giving foid. Full course vegetable, dairy and fish dinners will be served. • • MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI CELEBRATION Over five hundred men and women attended the first annual fhanuka I atke party spoiW red by the Miami Beach Mizrachi at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Chairman of the evening was Rabbi Moses Meseheloff. Greetings and a report of the National Emergency Conference held by the Mizrachi Organization of America in Chicago last month were given by the local president Dr. R. De Koven; guest speaker of the evening was Rabbi Jacob Shapiro of New York and Jerusalem: Can tors Maurice Mamches and Bereli propriate meloKies. Mariarthe Lomhardo renowned c incert pianist presented a program of classical piano selection-, and Mr. .1. Feinschmidt of Radi • City and Uoxv fame offered a number of clarionette and saxaphone solos. Trees for the Rabbi Meyer Berlin forest, a Mizrachi project were pledged by many. Chanukab re freshments were served at the conclusion of the affair. The arrangement committee consisted of: Mr. Max Feit, Mr. I. Miller, Mrs. A. Berow, Mrs. M. Meseheloff, Mrs. P. Chill, Mrs. J. Hirsch, Mrs. S. Shapiro. Mrs. B. Kellemer, Mrs. A. Kalstein, Mrs. L. Stone, Mrs. M. Feit. Mrs. D. Citron, Miss L. Kalstein, Miss Edna Maker. Miss B. Dansky, Mrs. Sadye Weiner, Jack and Miriam Feit. Morris Bros. Department Store contributed a beautiful Mexican plaqueThe Hotel Tides contributed a beautiful cake. Two rakes were also contributed by Mrs. I. D. Spivack. GREETINGS Kafford Tump Co. Burks Distributor Lawn Sprinkler Systems Home Water Plants Service—Repairing nly One Moving Part No Metal lo Metal Contact PRICED ALMOST AS LOW AS ORDINARY PUMPS EXCLUSIVE BURKS — GREETINGS Announcing the Opening of Our Dining' Room CHAS. N. LUBER and ASSOCIATES London Arms Hotel 727 COLLINS AVENUE • Self priming • Completely automatic • Largest pumping capacities • Lifts water Zt feet • Lowest operating cost • Tanks fully galvanized • Compact in SUB •JUT:. V W. 20th Streel Phone 3-8818 A Happy Chanuka From EDWARD S SERVICE STATION 1380 S. W. 8th ST. PHONE 3-1661 Where Your Patronage Is Appreciated HIARTY CHANUKA M. J. HAZELTON REAL EtTATE 1444 Alton Road—Miami Beach Best Wishes for a A HAPPY CHANUKA SARATOGA WATERS 769 N. W. Third St. PHONE 3-3561 CHANUKA GREETINGS MIAMI TRADING and RESTAURANT SUPPLY Co. 1166 N. MIAMI AVE. CHANUKA GREETINGS Auto Lock and Supply Co. 1301 N. E. Second Ave. Miami, Florida We Extend Rest Wishes to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons for A HAPPY CHANUKA SRAEEL and JABALY 900 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Chanuka Greetings CLAYTON PLATING CO. j 1500 N. K. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-2061 Sincere Wishes For A Happy Chanuka Goodyear Service 900 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 3 6463 MIAMI. FLORIDA Chanuka Greetings DOLPHIN HOTEL 937 X. E. liiisi Avenue Miami. Florida II CHANUKA GREETINGS CAPTAIN F. S. LeCAIN ELECTRIC, PORTABLE. STEAM RADIATOR "ELECTRESTEEM" Season's Greetings to Our JEWISH FRIENDS SHENANDOAH CANDIES 514 S. W. 22nd AVENUE Ideal heating equipment for the South Florda area. No wiring or pipes necessary—Just plug into any floor outlet. Weighs only 40 pounds and may be moved from room to room. Uses no more current than a modern electric iron For clean, comfortable and eco. nomical heating, buy an "Electresteem." Free Home Demonstrations On Request Satisfaction Guaranteed Domestic Equipment Dept. 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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH TLOIfclDIAN A sc*ne from the picture "Hitler's Reigm of Terror" starting today at the Parkway Theatre, Coral Way. "Hitir's Reign of Terror" concents itself not only with the German situation under Adolph Hitler, but also takes the audience into Austria. Italy and France to show the effect of Hitlerism ami Nazi propaganda upon her neighboring nations. Vienna once the gayest capitol in Europe, is seen as a hot-bed of martial spirit. Italy is seen preparing for any emergency which may arise. France is noticed keeping a watchful and hostile eye on Germany. HAPPY CHANUKA CUMMINGS DIESEL ENGINE CORP. DEISEL ENGINES—SWITCH. BOARDS—INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 232 Alcazar Ave. ,£ Royal Palm Dock CORAL GABLES GREETINGS MONNAH PARK SERVICE STATION 22m N. W. 41st Street Miami. Florida GREETINGS NEVER-SAG STUDIO COUCH CORP. L342 X. Miami Ave. Miami, Florida GREETINGS Win. B. LaBaw Accountant COMMERCIAL ARCADE Season's Greetings CORAL GABLES MOTOR CO., Inc. 1607 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-3211 MANGUS \ *#* YV 6 PALMS 'AND SHRUBS Assures YOU of more satisfactory landscaping Due to our excellent soil conditions, our planting materials guarantee you immedi* ate effeel without loss of foliage. A visit through our nursery will convince you. Insist on the Maneus Label from Your Landbeuper MANGUS LANDSCAPE NURSERY South Allapattah Gardens, Goulds, Fla. Owned by the Lincoln Road Company B'NAI B'RITH NOTES (Continued from Page One) ers of both Sholom Lodge and the Ladies Auxiliary of B'wai B'rith will be jointly installed as officers in appropriate ceremonies. There is a limited amount of %  pace available for the banquet and you are strongly urged that if you desire to attend this al fair, make reservations immediat ely. First eome. first served, will be the policy. Those desiring reservations should contact Harold Turk. 1189 Ingraham building —By Sidney L. Segall. GREETINGS r Season's Greetings L. C. FURNITURE CO., Inc. New and Used Furniture 5705 .N W. 2nd Are. Phone 7-2737 Sincere Season's Greetings DEALE AUTOMATIC MUSIC CO. 1600 S. W. 1st ST. Ptfone 2-6932 To My Many Friends and Acquaintances SEASON"'S G R EETIXGS Noble H. Parker 605 Lincoln Rd., Ph. 5-5553 "Specializing in Miami Beach Properties for 15 Years" GREETINGS m ROBERT CLAY HOTEL 120 S. E. Fourth Street JAMES J. HELM Manager SEASON'S GREETINGS GRADE "A" GOAT MILK Only licensed and Gov't. Inspected Goat Dairy in South Florida Visitors Welcome Daily Delivery DR. ELLIOTT'S GOAT DAIRY 8900 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-2952 II E R TZ DRIV URSELF STATION S 244 N. E. 1st Street M I A MI Phone 2-3179 FRIDAY, DEC. 15, I939 SEASONS GREETINGS H 0 B A R T MANUFACTURING CO DAYTON SCALE AGENCY PHONE I 8538 915 N B. l-'irst Ave MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS C S. CHERBINO New Small Homes — Every Convenience—Nicely I^ocated $400 Cash—Balance Monthly— Includes Insurance & Taxes Phone 7-3122 SEASON'S GREETINGS Professional Building E. B. HEDDEN Manager To Our Many Friends & Patrons A Most Happy Chanuka FARMER'S SERVICE STATION 1198 N. W. 22nd St.. Ph. 2 8936 1 NEWS TOWER BUILDING BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA STATE WIDE Exterminating Co. 1755 N. W. 77th ST. Phene7-3414 422 IT. W. lth AVE. Phone 2 7392 "24-Hour Service Free Termite Inspection Charles H. Kenney Studios Inc. NEW YORK MIAMI EXTRAORDINARY DRAPERY TREATMENTS Exclusive Fabrics BISCATNE BLDG. TEL. 2-1313 FRANCIS P. WHITEHAIR FOR GOVERNOR "Give me a united F united in i's demand for honest, progressive and noss-like administration." r-UNCEMORED / films cfj/tutm/cd oittojSenumii "MTU REIGN OF TERROR 1 SHOWING FOR THE FIRST TIME ATROCITIES. SCENES SUPPRESSED BY THE NAZI GOVERNMENT ESSS CORNELIUS VANDERBILT, Jr.tfttS EDWIN C. HILL (Radio Slw and JoarmalUt), CommenLtor December 15-16-17-18 irst Miami Showin Continuous Loral ^ay at 12th Avenue Doors Open 1 30 --• > iiiiit-r 1.1111-1,PARKWAY F



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FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939 THE JEWISH t LORiniAN PAGE NINE FINE SADDLE HORSES Special RidingInstruction Moonlight Rides Hiding from 7 A. M. to 3:10 P. If. North Miami Riding Academy 13575 N. E. 6th Ave. Phone 7-2022 &f CHANUKA GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cold Storage Facilities Fruits Vegetables • Produce Seeds—Seaboard Trackage 1701 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 3-1219 Whan Christmas cornea 'round, it's sura mighty pleasin' To wish all our friends the Joy oi the Season. We'll strive to continue that good Christmas cheer In our prompt cheeriul service ior all the year. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHIXEAS J BIRON) AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR from SERVICE SAM and SUNSHINE SALLY Sunshine Service FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY mm H mm WAR GAGS Punchline we can't help passing on: "The Third Reich will Mand for a thousand years, says Hitler. Well, if it can stand for Hitler it can stand for anyhing." ... The Three Stooges are reported to be planning a picture, to be titled "Apes of Wrath," which will take off Hitler, Goering and Goebbels. Germany's foremost aviation society is still called the Lilienthal Gesellschaft fuer Luftahrtfoardserung, and no less a personage than General Kesselring only last summer cited Otto Lilienthal as one of the heroes of aviation together with such simon pure 'Aryans" as Baron von Richthofen. It's an open secret that if Hitler were to resign today in favor of Goering the British government would immediately make peace with the Nazis, letting them keep Danzig and the Polish Corridor. Did you know that before Hitler made the swastika unpopular, that ancient good-luck symbol was used on the military airplanes of Fin land? Don't be surprised if steel bed springs are verboten in Naziland before long. German radio fans eager to find ways and means of listening in on short-wave broadcasts from America have discovered that such springs make perfect antennae for their receiving sets. ... It's not permitted to portray Hitler in a serious play in London nowadays, but it's perfectly all right with the authorities to show him as a comic figure. Latest wisecrack to come out of Italy, as reported by W. L White in the New York Post, suggests: "Now that Signor Hitler has allied Germany with the Soviets, perhaps he will give Europe peace by marrying and settling down to a quiet domestic life with some nice girl from a good Jewish family." ... In Italy, White adds, the enforcement of the anti Jewish laws introduced last year is conspicuous by its absence B lanca Holmes, Hollywood's famous astrologer, predicts, among other things, that Hitler is good for another year and a half, and that he may die by drinking poison slipped him by a girl. You'll be able to test her accuracy next November, another of her prophecies being that President Roosvelt will run for a third term and be elected. YOU SHOULD KNOW The Zionists are burning up because of the recent radio speech in which Rabbi Morris Lazaron warned American Jews to have nothing to do with the forthcoming visit of Dr. Chaim Weiztnann. The Baltimore rabbi said that the Jews of 'Ids country cannot afford to got mixed tip with the political ramifications of political Zionism at this .time. Did you know that there is ;i Hebrew Braille Alphabet, created for the use of those blind people who can read only Yiddish or Hebrew*? ... It was ihe Jewish Braille Review which formulated it and brought* ;ihou1 its official adoption in 1936. Too had Frederick Loiisil.ile's play "Foreigners" is dooi 1 to have only a brief career on Broadway. It's unquestionably the strongest indietment of anti-Semitism ever seen on the American stage. GREETINGS GET YOUR FISH AT THE BAKER FISH COMPANY Always the Best—Always Fresh PHONE 2-6331 S. W. 2nd Ave. and the River WOLPERT' tURN~ITURE4 BAMA.NS! "We Refuse. To Be Undersold PHONE 3-413 "Miami's Most Beautiful Bar" Americans Famous Beers on Draught TURF EXCHANGE BAR Where All Good Sports Meet THE BEST BEERS in Town ANNHEUSER-BUSCH MICHELOB 279 East Flagler St. (Opp. (or. Elk's Club) Phone 2-8944 3RAININIANA The late Reuben Brainin, who was the dean of Hebrew liter ;iture in this country, left enough manuscript material to fill tore than five thousand printed book pages. ... It consists of his diaries, which he called 'My Contemporaries."... If they were to be published now they would most probably become the ,nost controversial document in Jewish literature. During the last two years of his life Brainin, having lost his voice, dic[ tated his writings by spelling out each word on an alphabet chart with a pointer. His favorite music was Bizet's opera '' Carmen," and the two authors he admired most were Romain Rolland and Thomas Mann. ... He preferred rereading Mann's "Magic Mountain" time and again to reading any of the German author's contemporaries LITERARY NOTES Major Francis Yeats-Browm, author of "European Jungle," just published in this country, has an outlook strange for a British army officer. The book glorifies Hitler's heroism .luring the world war of 1914-1918, defends Badolf's rape of Austria and asks that no more -lews be allowed to enter England. • CHANTKA GREETINGS TO ALL THE .JEWISH PEOPLE WM. F. FRANTZ SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. "THE COMPLETE PAINT STORE" 801 N. Miami* Avenue Phone 3-3317 Benjamin Moore Company's Complete Line of Paints CHANUKA GREETINGS RE-OPENING of the OLD HEIDELBERG 151 S. E. 2nd STREET /"/ %  y-FAIRMONrS Sweet Butter I Rich In Flavor Sold Only In Packages K Never In Bulk from the Tub ..l I 44A< T44lt /It l JUl |LV HAS THI£ ^[rc~ '. h the door or telephone bell, the clatter of dishes, or even the laughter and voices of children nearly drive you frantic—days when you are restless, and cranky? Do you He awake nights? When these hectic days and wakeful nights interfere with your work and take the pleasure out of life for you, try DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine is a combination of effective nerve sedatives. Originated nearly sixty years ago. it is as up to date as todays newspaper. Dr. Miles Nervine has brought relief to millions of nervous sufferers. You may find it exactly what you need. Will you try Dr. Miles Nervine? Your druggist has it Large bottle $1.00 Small bottle 254 DR.MILES LIQUID NERVINE L



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FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN % CIVIC CENTER SCENE OF Y. M. H. A. BALL (Continued from Page Six) Al Pallot (General chairman)— "Unquestionably the outstanding affair of the year." Maurice Grossman (Executive Director)—"A ticket for the Dance means another niche in the greatest youth project in the South." Honorable Mayor Ev Swell— "I unqualifiedly endorse the Y. M. II. A. 8th Annual." Harold Pont and Irving Gordon —"Everyone we meet at the Rosedale tells us they're going." Sidney Stepkin—''Isn't it great to be in Miami to attend the 'Y' annual." Alvin Grorsman — "Although very busy will try hard to be there." Leon I.ieberman — "Professor Quizz asks. What will stop me from coming?" Yes Indies and Gentlemen, the above is just a general synopsis of the attitude taken from a varied porti'in of the general public. What with the greater Miami population increasing daily we hone to receive th" largest crowd ever to attend any previous function. We exnect all vails to lead to 81 N. W. 2nd St. Sun.lav December 17th at the Y. M. H. A. Sth Annual Bull and Entertainment. Tickets Si.on per person. Make your reservations now by calling Dr. Harold Rand, 3-4012. BETH DAVID (Continued from Page Eleven) IN MBMORIAM "May the father of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Charles Lerner, father of Mrs. I',. W. Slote. Hyman Werblow, father of Dr. S. Chas. Werblow. YAHRZEITS: Louis Nevins, father of Mr. Harry Nevins; Esther Zeientz, mother of Mr. Louis Zeientz; Adolph Louis, father of Mrs. Leona Levin; Joseph Lichtenstetter. father of Mr. Leon Lichtenstotter; Barney Newman, father of Mr. Myron M. Newman; Louis Louis, husband of Mrs. Rose Louis; Cecelia Simons, sis ter of Mrs. H. U. Feibelman; The floral offering of the pulpit last Friday evening, was presented in memory of Joseph Mirsky. TEMPLE ISRAEL (Continued from Page Twelve) gifts. We are proud to annouce that after ar: appeal frem Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, our boys and girls contributed the sum of $10. to "CHILD WELFARE WORK IN PALESTINE" YAHRZEITS The following "Yahrzeiten" will be observed during this month of Teves. "The Anniversary Candle" is to be lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the "Kaddish" begins that same evening until sunset of the date mentioned. The names of the beloved ones who are inscribed in the "Memory Book of Life," are mentioned from the pulpit the Friday Evening preceding the "Yahrzeitew" which are observed the following week: Channa Devorah, Mother of Mrs. Ida Hammer, Dec. 13th; MordccaiFather of Saul Greiff. Dec. 14th; Molka Leah, Mother of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin Dec. 28rdj Eliyohu, Brother of Mrs. David Mayers, Dec. _",nl; Avrohom, Brother of .1. Seigel, Dec. 24th; Yiahayohu. Father of Morris Bain, Deo. 26th; Yaacov, Father of II. L. Green. Dec. 26th; Moshe Volf. 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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A scene from the picture "Hit-
ler's Reign of Terror" starting
today at the Parkway Theatre,
Coral Way.
"Hitler's Reign of Terror" con-
cerns itself not only with the
German situation under Adolph
Hitler, but also takes the audience
into Austria. Italy and France to
show the effect of Hitlerism ami
Nazi propaganda upon her neigh-
boring nations. Vienna once the
gayest capitol in Europe, is seen
as a hotbed of martial spirit.
Italy is seen preparing for any
emergency which may arise.
France is noticed keeping a
watchful and hostile eye on
Germany.
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
(Continued from Pago One>
ers of both Sholom Lodge and the
Ladies Auxiliary of B'rrai B'rith
will be jointly installed as offic-
ers in appropriate ceremonies.
There is a limited amount of
space available for the bano.net
and you are strongly urged that
if you desire to attend this af-
fair, make reservations immediat
ely. First come, first served, will
be the policy. Those desiring
reservations should contact liar
old Turk. 1189 Ingraham building
By Sidney I- Segall.
Season's Greetings
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New and Used Furniture
5705 .N W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 7-2737
GREETINGS .
SI
II E R T Z
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M I A MI
Phone 2-3179
FRTDAY, DEC. 15. 1939
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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MANUFACTURING CO
DAYTON SCALE AGENCY
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
HAPPY CHANUKA
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I ioch
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GREETINGS
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SERVICE STATION
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Miami, Florida
GREETINGS
NEVER-SAG STUDIO
COUCH CORP.
Il'Il' X. Miami Aw.
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GREETINGS
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Accountant
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Season's Greetings
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Phone 4:5211
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inon s. w. i^t ST.
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To My Many Friends and
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films
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outof yerntatfy
"HITLERS
REIGN OF \i
TERROR"
SHOWING FOR THE FIRST TIME ATROCITIES.
SCENES SUPPRESSED BY THE NAZI GOVERNMENT
SSW ,: CORNELIUS VJLNDERIILT, Jr. 2 & BB
EDWIN C. HILL (Radio Stw and Jo.m.li.t), Commtor
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PAGE SIX THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 193!) Civic Centre Scene Y.M.H.A. Eighth Annual Ball Sunday Might Sub-Junior Division composed of, partment, in charge of Mr. Joseph boys and girls from 13 to 16 A, Berman. we try to prepare the c a c—,. „ i voting men and women', not only years of age. a Boy Scout and • ..... ,. %  to find jobs, but to find theniThe Y. M. H. A.'s 8th ANNUAL BALL to be held this coming Sunday evening, December 17th at the Cinderella Ball Room merits and deserves the patronage of every individual in Greater Miami. We say this advisedlybecause the Y. M. H. A. has undertaken a Youth Building Program, the likes of which have not been equalled in any city in the South. Considering that over 200 boys an I cir'.s visit the "Y" daily and participate in some form of n r.ivity or project, it is gratifying to know that there is such a character building agency in this vicinity. Aside from the physical enjoyment that you will derive from being present at this gala event Girl Scout Troop. Among the projects that the "Y" sponsors are Cultural and selves. Wo try to measure their adaptability to any position and we have been very successful ir. Educational Programs, Lectures,! that respect. We have secured Debates, Athletics. Musical Promany positions for them, grams and Concerts, a Social I REFUGEE R E H A BILITAService Department, Refugee Re-, T 0N: The ..y. js doim? a won Home derful piece of work in rehabiliTHE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) '"itn.iiH „. Camp, Class in Conversational Spanish, Americanization ClassVocational Guidance volumes can be written on any one of the above mentioned projects, but lack of space prevents us from doing this BO we are going to touch on the highlights of a few of theseCULTURAL PROGRAMS: At least once a month a lecture by tat ing the refugees. They participate in our activities and we encourage them to come here and mingle with our members. At present fourteen organizations meet at the "Y". The problem that, confronts us now is the lack of space and facilities to accomodate everyone. The Dade County Juvenile Council has offered a prize of a Whats going to happen? The Eighth Annual Ball and Floor Show grven by the Y. M. H. A. When? Sunday December 17th. Starting 9 p m until? Where? Miami Civic Centre :ll N. W. 2nd Street. Taxation? Yes, $1.00 per person. Purpose -To further the splen did youth building work under taken by the V. M. II. A. Features—Chet Brownagle and his Hollywood Beach Hotel Orcheatra plus Senator Ray Murray. hilarious comedian as master of ceremonies. Other possibilities; Lanny Ross and Jessica Dragonette and .lack Haley famous stage and screen -tars. Is there anything else in town that night? NO BUT DEFINITELY NO. What benefits will I receive from attending this Sth annual Ball? Just this— A chance to lose a few pounds dancing to a swell orchestra, An opportunity to wear your seldom used formal although that is optional, Affording hundreds of boys and girls an opportunity to strengthen their physical selves any! build their character as good American citizens. Your paid admission of $i.on will afford all th ; s for the youth of this community if you will come to the Y. M. II. A. Sth An nual Ball this Sunday. P. S.— Another outstarM'rg feature will be pictures taker Technicolor by our ace cameraman Herman Waitsman of all you nice folks. And by the way these pictures will be shown at the New Yean Eve Party which will be held ;it the Evans Hotel. Biggest Entertainment Treat in TownStanley Myers —"Always glad I Harry Mark \vitz —"You can to be at a Y. M. II. A. affair." count on me and the Mrs." Baron De Hirsch Meyer—''You .lack Miller— "We indorse this can count on me being there." affair as we do our products." Nat Blum berg— "It's tradition Max Mintzer—' I'll be there." with me attending the annuals." Louis Pallol "Drive the easy Margie R berte—"So long as way to the Ball, you know!" there'll be %  jitterbug' music. I'll Sam Kl M]i( k ,. Who am Ui be there.' Milt Friedman—"I recommend pass up the 'Y' Sth Annual." .,.. r Hyland Rifas—"Attending any tinoutstanding "i affair to old .... ,,..,., K .1 %  ...I ,...„„.. .in.. •• a,,:11 '" |s the best insurance for The committee of the Eighth Annual Ball of the V. M. II. A. seated at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant where final plans for the dnce were completed. an 1 hob-nobbing with the elite of' Miami's societyyou will feel that by purchasing a ticket and attending the dance, you will have contributed to projects that will continue to mold the character of our youth. Much has been said and written about the Y. M. H. A. in Miami but all words sink into oblivion when you go to the "Y" %  % %  for yourself the work 'hit is actually being done and -"lend d plans that are now r made for the futuer. sth ANNUAL BALL > the culmination of eight of incessant labor and hard work -n the part of the officers, and members of the "Y". • n-r eipht years ago with a cbership of 13. which was then 1 "" as the Hebrew Athletic Inh the "Y" today boasts of a "" mbersh'p of over 1,000 which 'ivMed into many divisions, "wns its own building. play ground and athletic field, an.' ors projects and musicals fcfcnt ri n be a pride in any large northern city. Eight divisions eao.-nrise the •f\ Men's Senior Division, Governor's Club, Wo-i men's St.*>or Division. Junior Di-! %-i=ion. composed of boys and girls from 16 bo 21 years of age, a prominent personality is held at the "Y" and is followed by an open forum. • These programs are attended by approximately 250 persons. ATHLETICS: In our athletic department we have an outstanding diamond ball team, basket ball team, bowling team, badminton team, the members of which are considered among the out standing atheletes in the city. For several years we have had championship diamond ball and asket ball teams. Billiards and p!ng pong are two other projects that are given the members. H"ME CAMP: The Home I amp was instituted last summer and was very successful. This is a project wherein children between the ages of 6 to 14 years are given a diversified program >f activities five days a week. The camp was in charge of a head counsellor assisted by ten associate counsellors each of whom had seven children in her charge. Lunch was served daily. Last summer seventy-five children attended the camp. VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE In our Vocational Guidance D silver loving cup to that organization who, in the next twelve months, does the most to prevent Juvenile delinquency. The "Y" has entered into this contest and we h>po to win the prize. Can anyone afford to stay away from this dance? Just visualize smiling faces of children and of grown boys and girls and you will have the reason for coming here. Money cannot be spent for a nobler cause. Chet Brownagle and his Hollywood Beach Hotel orchestra will furnish the music and an excellent program of entertainment, in which stars of radio, screen, and stage in this vicinity will participate, has been arranged. We appeal to you to be present at the "Y" 8th ANNUAL BALL. and young alike." Mrs. Bea Stepkin—"As pn -i hnt of the V V\ II. A. I vouch for the presence of the entire Y. w. membership." Mitch Wolfson—"As honorary chairman. I guarantee you the time of your life." f the y nth of this the wo!fan era." I. L. Mintzer 'The 'YV work for underprivileged children sold me." Leo Robinson — "Don't worry about me being there, just see Max Fleisher—"Sunday we will it that the hundreds of tourists be the 'Y TRAVELERS' at the gel there." -th Annual and Monday the Sher Meyer Schwartz—The Iron I idian will premier %  GULLIVER'S have can go for Wrought, becau i TRAVELS-*. The outstanding I'm going to the *Y' 8th Annual." events." Lannv Ross—"My compliments to the Y. M. II. A. and best wishes for the success of the Sth Annual." Herman Waitsman — "It's a K Zir shayne." Ben Sorkin—"You know me fel 1 iws, You don't have to ask me twice." William Shayne — "Reading advance publicity the Dance will A. J. Tobin—December 17th is the night for 7 up and me at the Cinderella." Carl -Weinkle—"I know its ,.., ing to be a huge success, congrat ulations." Nick Kenny—"Sorry I can't he cinch I'll be there because oz gon na take pictures in technicolor of all you folks attendin.'" Hyman Apte—"Von hit comes to a VY haffair. You know I'll be dere mit the whole family." Phil Berkowitz—"Try and stop me from attending this fine orw ,n you at the 8th Annual hut Sanitation's affair." will see vni soon at the CavalSenator Ray Murray — "You caflp f ? tar? Show." Greeks, can expect a real show Jaf k Apte—"Just e h'n


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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN A scene from the picture "Hitler's Reign of Terror" starting today at the Parkway Theatre, Coral Way. "Hitler's Reign of Terror" concerns itself not only with the German situation under Adolph Hitler, but also takes the audience into Austria. Italy and France to show the effect of Hitlerism ami Nazi propaganda upon her neighboring nations. Vienna once the gayest capitol in Europe, is seen as a hotbed of martial spirit. Italy is seen preparing for any emergency which may arise. France is noticed keeping a watchful and hostile eye on Germany. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES (Continued from Pago One> ers of both Sholom Lodge and the Ladies Auxiliary of B'rrai B'rith will be jointly installed as officers in appropriate ceremonies. There is a limited amount of space available for the bano.net and you are strongly urged that if you desire to attend this affair, make reservations immediat ely. First come, first served, will be the policy. Those desiring reservations should contact liar old Turk. 1189 Ingraham building —By Sidney ISegall. Season's Greetings L. C. FURNITURE CO., Inc. New and Used Furniture 5705 .N W. 2nd Ave. Phone 7-2737 GREETINGS SI II E R T Z DRIV UR SELF STATION S 244 N. E. 1st Street M I A MI Phone 2-3179 FRTDAY, DEC. 15. 1939 SEASON'S GREETINGS H O B A R T MANUFACTURING CO DAYTON SCALE AGENCY IIK INE L' 8538 Hi:, N B. Pint Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA HAPPY CHANUKA CUMMINGS DIESEL ENGINE CORP. DEISEL ENGINES—SWITCH. BOARDS—INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT :HL' Alcazar Ave. & Royal Palm I ioch CORAL GABLES GREETINGS MONNAH PARK SERVICE STATION 2201 X. W. 41st Street Miami, Florida GREETINGS NEVER-SAG STUDIO COUCH CORP. IL'IL' X. Miami Aw. Miami, Florida GREETINGS Win. B. LaBaw Accountant COMMERCIAL ARCADE Season's Greetings CORAL GABLES MOTOR CO., Inc. 1607 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4:5211 MANGUS A \>* PALMS 'AND SHRUBS Assures yon of more satisfactory landscaping Due to our excellenl soil conditions, our planting materials guarantee you immediate effeel without loss of foliage. A visit tlironcjli our nursery will convince you. Insist on the Mangiis Label from Your Landboaper MANGUS LANDSCAPE NURSERY South Allapattah Gardens, Goulds, Fla. Owned by the Lincoln Road Company Sincere Season's Greetings DEALE AUTOMATIC MUSIC CO. inon s. w. i^t ST. Ph'one 2-6932 To My Many Friends and Acquaintances SEASON'S GREETINGS Noble H. Parker 605 Lincoln Rd., Ph. 5-5553 "Specializing in Miami Reach Properties for 15 Years" GREKTINCS C S. CHERBINO New Small Homes — Every Convenience—Nicely Ixx-ated $400 Cash—Balance MonthlyIncludes Insurance & Taxes Phone 7-3122 SEASONS GREETINGS Professional Building E. B. HEDDEN Manager To Our Many Friends & Patrons A Most Happy Chanuka FARMER'S SERVICE STATION 1198 N. W. 22nd St.. Ph. 2-8936 -1 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA STATE WIDE Exterminating: Co. 1755 N. W. 77th ST. Phene7-34J4 422 N. W. lth AVE. Phone 8 7392 "24-Hour Service Free Termite Inspection Charles H. Kenney Studios Inc. NEW YORK MIAMI EXTRAORDINARY DRAPERY TREATMENTS Exclusive Fabrics BISCATNI BLDG. TEL. 2-1313 GREETINGS ;t ROBERT CLAY HOTEL 129 S. E. Fourth Streei JAMES J. HELM Manager FRANCIS P. WHITEHAIR FOR GOVERNOR "Give me a un'.N'

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PAGE TEN TWT. XF.WTSH FLORIDIAN_ FRIDAY, DEO. 1,1. long I CHANUKAH (Continued from last week) The Maccabean war, however, hed been more than a struggle for spiritual independence. Perhaps unconsciously, perhaps with great awareness. Judaea felt that her ideals were being challenged, that her moral and religious heritage was being attacked. It was not simply a question of independence; it was a question of the substitute which was being forced on the descendants of the prophets. Hellenism, with all her beauties and wealth of thought, had no religion tc compare with the religion of Judaism. Greece might boast a panthenon but Judea had a living God and a vital faith. The pagan world kept experimenting, now with one god and now with the other, now with an amulet and now with magic. To the Jew such instability could mean nothing other than superstition. The pagan world apparently found no inconsistency between its morality and the arena. To the Jew such amusement could mean nothing more than brutality. Was this the alternative he had been ordered to adopt? Was he to exchange his culture for a cult? He had only one answer, and he made it. The unequivocal stand Judea took at this critical moment not OTIIV served Judaism for the present, but fortified its intensity for future engagements. Like the three faithful 0W88 in the book of Daniel. \vtioso story was written at about this time, Judea had passed through flames hut was not consumed. Two traditions as well as two armies, had confronted each other. Neither perished, as civilization was subsequently to prove in its adoption of both Hellenism and I Hebraism. But this was precisely j the victory—Jewish values were not to be counterfeited"0 World-God, give me beauty!" cried the Greek. His prayer was granted. All the earth became Plastic and vocal to his sense; each peak, Each grove, each stream, quick with Promethean flame, Peopled the world with imaged grace and light. The lyre was his. and his the breathing might Of the immortal marble, his the play Of d : amond pointed thought and golden tongue. Go seek the sunshine race. Ye find today A broken column and a lute unstrung. "0 Godhead, give me Truth!" the Hebrew cried. His prayer was granted; he became the slave Of the Idea, a pilgrim far and wide, Cursed, hated, spurned, and scourged with none to save. The Pharaohs knew him. and when Greece beheld, His wisdom wore the hoary crown of Elde. Beauty he hath forsworn, and wealth and power. Seek him today, and find in every land. No fire consumes him, neither floods devour; Immortal through the lamp within his hand. There was. finally, one consequence of the Maccabean struggle which the Jews of the period, possibly, neither foresaw nor planned, but which was to have tremendous influence on later Jewish history. Antiochus had attempted to subject this people spiritually, to shatter their ideals, and the Jews had resisted. Here was an example for future conduct. In the position they took, the Maccabees not only acted for their day. but suggested a policy to coming generations. On some Issues there could he no appeasement. It was a Greek. Socrates, who had gone to death because he was convinced that not life. hut an examined life, is worth living. And to the Jew a similar conJudea was to be tested "gain and again. She had yet to meet "the imperial race of everlasting Rome "_and Roman descendantsThere were to be repeated efforts to tear the legacy of Israel, to substitute still new idolatries for the ancient faith. The Temple was no only to be defiled but destroyed; the people were to be scattered and enslaved. But the Maccabean storywas not to be censored from Israeli memory. The Jew would resist and revolt against a compromise of his truth. The resistance became indeed part of his tradition. Rather death, the Rabbis taught, than worship idols, commit incest, or murder. Because they chose death rather than betray life's fundamental sanctities. Judea's descendant's have celebrated Hanukkah for 2104 years. When Jerusalem at last lay at the feet of Titus, the general had coins struck with the inscription "Judea capta" on them, and an arch representing his conquest was erected in Rome. Today, most of the coins are lost and the most outstanding feature in the relief of the arch is the Menorah. SOCIETY viction had come! not life, but relig : ous life, is worth living. ELECTION OF OFFICERS HELD The I-adies Auxiliary Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans held elections of officers for the coming year. Mrs. Meyer Wigdor was elected president; Mrs. Reba Brown, senior vice president; Mrs. Harry Shapiro, junior vice president; Mrs. Bergman, secretary: Mrs. Etta Green, treasurer; Mrs. Sid Palmer, judge advocate; Mrs. Henry Shier. chaplain; Mrs. Barney Kraft, conductress; Mesdames Herman Ginsburg, H. H, Fair, and Adele Kane, trustees, Mrs. Abe Goldman, guard and Mrs. Ann Brooks, honorary mentor. Date and place of the installation banquet will be decided upon at the Board meeting wide* will be held at the home of Mrs. H. H. Farr. 1113 S. W. 13th Court, January 10th at 2 P. M. The Ladies Auxiliary entertained the Drum and Bugle Corps at a Chanuka Party Thursday evening at the Y. M. H. A. Gifts were distributed to all members of the Corps and refreshments were served. TELEPHONE 3-3193 Above Is Our New Phone Number Lot us call and pet your car for a thorough motor check-up with Ihe latest modern equipment, anil by expert mechanics. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 42 X. W. 4th Street 27 Years in Miami TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY THE CHANUKA LIGHT*BRING GOOD WILL AND SEASON'S BEST WISHES Dirr S*msa£e Co. "Always at Your Service"} 1177 N. W. 81st Street Phone 7-1811 i HAPPY CHANUKA Clark Dredging Co. 343 S W. N River Drive MIAMI, FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS CHAMBERLINWeatherstrip Co., Inc. 507 N. E. FITS* Ave. Phone 3-2151—Miami ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION MURN0R STUDIO 320 N. E. FIRST STREET COLUMBUS HOTEL PHONE 2-8471 SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON ALL PHOTOGRAPHS UNTIL XMAS SINCERE WISIIES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA JESSE P. MONTZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR Have a "MONTZ-BUILT" Home PHONE 5-3368 1121 Sixteenth Street MIAMI HJSAOH To Our Many Friends We Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA JAMES HOTEL 302 S. Miami Avenue BEST WISHES K'">R A HAPPY CHANUKA MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM Noted For Miami'c Finest Full Course Dinner 50 Cents 2147 s. w. v.ti Street PHONR 2-.'922 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. FIFTH AVE. PHONE 2.4072 HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Cunningham Jewelry Co., Inc. FORT LAUDERDALE—31 S. E. 2nd STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA—34 N. 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I ORLANDO IT'S THE EL CHICO CAFE (Oe ike Avebae) Special Mm for Late Parties _o_ OPEN ALL NIGHT Chiro-Chich Served at the | CURB O.II.Y 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO GREETINGS H. A. DIXON Costumes for All Occasions For Rental—Sale—Ma< Make Reaervatloi a I Santa flans i • Our Complete Outfits Cam I %  • %  Surpa*s<'


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PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1939 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W Third Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi RABBI':, Bk-SIDBNCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVK KS i port will bo rendered of the IChatuika party and a fine culturDaily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. L, pr lf ram wi „ be presented Friday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbcs: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: B p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. BOARD OF DIRECTORS The next meeting of our Bonrd of Directors will be hold Tnuosday n'frht December ISth in the Vesl Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. ry Room of the Synapopuo. A SABBATH SERVICES vory imp r ; ;in ro ,, ort of the TalThe Sabbath morning services mud-Torah Committee will be will be marked by a sermon of a distinguished visitor in the per sin of Rabbi N. Schapiro. Mr. N Lcvinson will conduct the Shachris services and Mr. Morris Hoffrendered. MAZEL TOV We are happy to extend sin man will read the Torah and t cere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. daven Mussaph. BAR M1TZYAH SOCIETY Events Held at Hotel Evans The B'rmi B'rith Lodge and its newly formed Auxiliary will hold their installation banquet and dance at the Evans Hotel.Miam BeachTuesday evening January 9th. Other social events which will be held at the Hotel Evans are the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds' Smoker December 21st; Bar Mitzvah dinner in horror of the Bar Mitzvah of Norman Stanley son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Sachs. Sunday evening December 24th; Tri Beta Sorority dinner and dance Sunday evening December 24th; and the Florida Commercial Alliance dinner January 14th. Hotel Evans eaters to social functions of all kinds. Dinner is served in the lovely Spanish Room, famous for its food hospitality and strict conformity with the dietary laws. Reservations may be made by phoning 5-4611. and Mrs. Joseph Schoenfeld of 1928 S. W. 11th Terrace upon the recent engagement of their son The Bar Mitzvah of Labe Mell. ... „ ..; w.,, Abe to Miss Beryl Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. \ ictor Mell of 1765 S. W. 16th Terr., will take place during the Sabbath mornREFUO SHLEMO ing services in our synagogue ...• n. .. _• T K. „;il I ^e send our prayers and good this Shabbos morning. I .a be will ... ... _„_;„_ ,„J wishes to our dear sister Mrs. read the prophetic portion and will Inaddressed hv Rabbi Kell'••* !3 !" k wno „ ls conyalescr*r. The parents take this means N *e Jackson Memorial Hosof extending a most cordial inviI** Ma >" the Lord grant her tation to all their friend* to attend. WORDS OF THANKS The officers of the I-adies Auxiliary take this means of thanking all fronds who made the success of our Chanuka party possible to those who helped with the refreshments and those who aided in the Turkey award and those whose purchases made the cake sale a success. LADIES MEETING A regular meeting of the bad ies Auxiliary will be held in the Synagogue Tuesday evening December ISth at 8:15 p. m. A rea speedy recovery. IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Henry Bierman of 443 S. W. 19th Ave. has donated a set of most valuable seforim to our Synagogue in memory of her late beloved husband Henry Bierman olov Hasholom. We beg to express our thanks and assure her that we shall ever cherish the memory of her dear beloved one. NICHUM OVELIM We chronicle with profound regrets the passing of the late Mr Ozerkowitch and express our comforting words to his son Jack. EDWARD'S FOOD STORE 2700 N. W. 27th Ave. WE SHIP BOX FRUIT Delivery Guaranteed PRICES AS LOW AS 90c Quarter Box CHANUKA GREETINGS MORE FOR YOUR MONEY SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. BISCAYNE BOULEVARD at 13th STREET ... A Complete Department Store HAPPY CHANUKA TA-MIAMI MOTOR REPAIRING COMPANY Eaey P. P. C. Payment General Re P ainn <> Body and Fender work 1'77 8. WEighth Street On the Tamlaml Trail PHONE J-1448 JOSEPH MERO. Prop. GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS JUREITS BAKERY • %  Bnl'era of the Beat" Specializing; in Hou.e -o House Delivery \v. -• Klanlor St. PHONE 2-6181 Greetings Consult J. W. DUNWOODY SOUND REAL ESTATE SERVICE Full Information Regarding Lots. Bungalows. Luxurious Homes. Apt. or Hotel Buildings 2409 COLLINS AVE. PHONE 5-1213 BEST WISHEa FOR A HAFFY CHANUKA THE BOAT RESTAURANT The Best Food and Coat* Lea 3> N K. Firat AvenueMIAMI, FLA. A HAPPY CHANUKA TOKIO ROOF GARDEN 30 c CHICKEN CHOP SUEY AND CHOW MEIN PLAIN CHOP SUEY AND CHOW MEIN ::: W. Flakier st Phone t.tlit ORDERS TAKEN OUT A HAPPT CHANUKA HOWILL'I RESTAURANT 987 S. W. 5th St, Pfc. 2-8956 LITTLE FARM Gold Seal Broilers Are Raised On Wire In MIAMI'S CLEANEST POULTRY PLANT Visitors Welcome THE LITTLE FARM POULTY CO 8370 Biscavne Blvd. GREETINGS SWTTZER MARINE ELECTRIC SUBMARINE SIGNAL CO. FATHOMETER Exlde Marine Batteriea— Marina Electric Servica It 8. W. Plith street PHONE S-399E MOTOR OVERHAUL $3.00 PER CYLINDER Dont rebore—we guarantee to (ton your motor from pumping oil and smoking—We inatall special ringsgrind valvea — synchronize point* clean and adjuat carbuerator — Tune up motor — 90 Day Guarantee DOWNTOWN GARAGE 34 S. W. First St. Ph. 2-7233 Channka Greetings JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP .74 N. E. 80th St. Phono .1-2328 V SEASON'S GREETINGS MALTER'S KOSHER MEAT MARKETS 436 Collins Avenue 1437 Washington Avenue MTAMI BEACH CHANUKA GREETINGS FARMER'S Wholesale Electrical Supplies Co. 1845 Bay Road Phone 5-4972 MIAMI BEACH Chanuka Greetings JORGENSEN and SCHREFFLER O .^n eers News Tower Phone 3-4779 C'lIANTTvA GREETINGS Miami Wholesale Grocery Co. 122 N E 11th Street Distributors for SCHLTTZ BEER MILWAUKEE BEER MIGROCO WINES £'* SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MY GROCERY 1468 Southwest Sixth Street MIAMI FLORIDA 9 DINE IN THE SPANISH ROOM OF THE HOTEL EVANS "Famous For Its Food and Hospitality" — DIETARY LAWS — For Reservations Phone 5-4611 COLLINS AVE. at TENTH STREET. MIAMI BEACH CATERING TO SOCIAL FUNCTION8 OF ALL KINDS To Our Friends and Patrons s. asim 's iin i:inga LEE ALBERTS BEAUTY SHOP Miss Thompson, Manager 155 S. E. 1st St. Phone 2-9559 A HAPPY CHANUKA FLORIDA BUILDER'S SERVICE, Inc. 100 N E. 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