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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 4, 1931
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63 v. : ;


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Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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

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volume IV.-Number XLIX.



Miami, Florida, Friday, December 4, 1931

Price: Five Cents

Health Education Topic
At Lions Club Luncheon

A plan for training University
of Miami students to supervise
health education, particularly in
the Coral Gables Elementary
School, was presented by Dr.
Charles Pusey, who spoke ont
"Health Education in the Schools"
during the weekly luncheon of the
Coral Gables Lions Club in the
Cla-Reina Hotel Wednesday.
Others discussing the subject
included Mayor Vincent D. Wy-
Sman, Eugene Williams, city man-
ager; Miss Abigail Gilday, prin-
cipal of the school; Dr. William
McKibben, Mrs. Charles Quacken-
bush, executive secretary of the
Dade County Tuberculosis Asso-
ciation, and Dr. O. J. Sieplin of
.the University of Miami.

Beach V'Ad Hakashruth

Busy With Inspections

The Miami Beach VAad Hakash-
ruth, of which Mr. H. Gross is
chairman, began its operations
last week with the daily inspec-
tion of stores by Cantor Schlach-
man, its mashgiach. Contracts for
the inspection of hotels are now
being signed by the various hotels
of the Beach, in which the hotels
agree to abide by the rules of the
V'And in the observance of the
dietary laws.
Meetings of the committee are
being held several times weekly
until a~ll matters have-been finally
In addition to the chairman
Messrs. I. L. 1Mintzer and Harry
Wasseaman are active in its work
and assisting the mashgiach in the
performance of his duties.

FRIOlls Restaurant
Announces Innovation

Gerson's, operated by Louis Ger-
son and family at 1301 Collins
avenue, Miami Beach, will be the
first Jewish restaurant in Miami
Beach to inaugurate a policy of
special medically supervised diets
for those in need of it. Dietary
laws will be strictly observed and
the opening will be held on Friday,
December 18, when a musical pro-
graim will be preisented dut~ing the


BegiRis FOdrth ~Seaseh

Da~vidson's Restaurah~t will re-
opeir foi* its foui~th seasoh today
with a special dinner being served.
The havidsons also operate a res-
taurant in Asbury Park, N. J.,
and have a reputation for excel-
letit cuisine aiid service-

Men~i'ih Club T'earti Wifh

A strong rally in the last few
minutes of the game between the
Younic Men a Club basketball term
aird th4to "tefoWhit T

the second time in a week.


As stra a~rg go~ing to pres the
board of direcitors of the Himal r
J~~ish Oii~~bilk65 Eongletation is
bri~tinC at. tfbb syJi~Btate to de-
Fide oth seirbrdl imp~iathtBt Bme-


Early Mailing of Christmas Pack-
ages Will Mean Employment
of Additional Help

Do you want to help relieve the
unemployment situation in Miami
and not have it cost you a cent?
T answer is, if you are p an-
ning to send Christmas packages
by parcel post, buy now and mail
The Miami postoffice has 14 L
extra Christmas employes ready to
go to work as soon as the Christ-
mas mails show an increase over
the average run of business. These
extra employes include 75 clerks,
50 carriers, 10 laborers, nine spe-
cial delivery messengers and two
truck drivers.
There will be no regular deliv-
ery of mail on Christmas day, O.
W. Pittman, Miami postmaster,
said. All postal employes, except
special delivery messengers, will
stop work at midnight Christmas;
eve and go back to work at mid-
night Christmas, Mr. Pittman said.

CIIII ROOder PreS100S At
Municipalities Meeting

The Florida League of Munici-
palities held its annual convention
in New Smyrna yesterday, with
C. H. Reeder, Miami city commis-
sioner and vice president of the
league, presiding.
A banquet last night, with Gov.
Doyle E. Carlton as a speaker, was
on the program. Other speakers
included Mayor John Shepard, Jr.,
Palm Beach; H. N. Rodebaughi,
railway executive; William L. Wil-
son, Panama City; Carl Dann, Or-
lando; Commodore R. J. Christy
and Mayor W. E. Swope of New
A discussion of progress of the
third annual state air tour and
Floridn's place in national avia-
tion was on the morning session,
with H. A. Heermance, Miami di-
rector of aviation, leading.
;Off cials of nearly every city in
the state had places on the two-
day program.

Legionr Will Be Guest~s
At Chanuka Services

The Harvey W. Seeds Post of
the Amierican Legion wiill be the
gu~estsi of honor at special Chanu-
kah services next Sunday, Decem-
ber 6, at Beth Diavid Synagogue
at 9 a. m., when Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei will preach onl "Heroes in War
and Peace." Cantoi Louis Hay-
man will chant special hymns for
the observance of the occasion.
This will marki the first appear-
attee of thre Legion as official
guests of a synagogue in Greater

%tst-R~ate Kosheji Market

To Be Opened in Miami

weefs.. The operatr of this mar-
khet will sell strictly kosher meats
of the finest quality at prices equal

ti those charged for non-kosher
ahearts in the various chain gro-
chriesJ of Miami.
This is the first of a series of
8 OareB that WRIl be Opened in south

"""""""rn~mmm *** ~
Floridian Radio Hour
Resumes December 20

The Jewish radio program of
the Jewish Floridian is again to
be resumed over Station WQAM
beginning Sunday, December 20,
at 2 p. m., when the initial
broadcast of the season will be-
gin with a musical program in
charge of Bernie Mayerson and
the Jewish Floridian Orchestra.
Several singers of note will be
presented in a program feature.
ing selections from "Shulamis,"
the famous Jewish operatta by
Goldfadin. This famous opera
marked the beginning of musi-
cal shows on the Yiddish stage
and its tunes and melodies are
famous throughout the Jewish
world. typicall of Jewish his.
torical life and replete with mu-
swl that brings back memories
of old, it is a fitting beginning
to a Jewish radio program.
Watch fo further noce
ments of interest.


Isidore Cohen Gets Life Member-
ship in Biscayne Lodge for
His Past Services
Mr. Isidore Cohen, pioneer Jew
of Miami, was paid a signal honor
last Tuesday night by the Biscayne
Masonic lodge when a life mem-
bjershiip wAF f-"''ifthithori~ isbily vioted
him in recognition of past services
to the lodge and to the community.
Mr. Cohen is the only surviving
charter member of the lodge and
has been an active communal
worker and respected citizen of
Miami since his arrival here about
35 years ago. Mr. Cohen respond-
ed briefly and thanked the officers
and members for the unexpected
honor that had been paid him.
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ct towards unifying and advance. &
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a munity and the individual &
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ct feeling, feillowship anid har. 4
rb money among the Jewish resi- d
a dents or our wiinter visitors. a
ct Not later than last Saturday &
cb sih oe it sou lprominiaent &

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ciate of Rabbi Wapner Deliv-
red His Initial Sermon Last
Friday Evening

abbi Jonah E. Caplan of the
mi Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
,who arrived here about ten
Sago to assume his duties with
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
ation, is now in charge of its
nud Torah and Sunday school.
preached his initial sermon last
lay night and will again speak
english at tonight's late serv-

le is associated with Rabbi
scM. Wapner, who will preach
abbi Caplan is a graduate of
Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva at
SYork City and is a speaker
ote though yet a young man.
will pay particular attention
work among the younger set
under his leadership a junior
grgation is now being or-

ilrnTo Present
Chanukah Program

children of the Miami Jew-
Orthodox Congregation, Tal-
STorah and Sunday school will
ent a Chanukah play at the
agogue Sunday, December 6,
hreof Mrs. Sam Tannen-
mdramatic coach. Assisting
are Mr. Lounis He~irntan super-
dent of the Sunday school,
Mrs. Charles Feldman*
Addition to the play, a num-
of the children will present a
lical program in keeping with
holiday. Candles will be lit
bervance of Chanukah, the
sig being recited by the chil-

brief address will be made by
biJonah E. Caplan of the
rrgtion in which the signifi-
teof the holiday will~ be ex-

shrus Committee

Will Be Organized

vitations are being issued for
eeigof representatives of
ni synagogues and organiza-
Sfor the purpose of forming
asrsCommittee" to have
rvson of conditions affeet-
hesale of kosher food prod-
in the Miami territory.
11details of this meeting will
arin the next issue of the

Stin's Re8ta lr8Ht

IRIgirateS Price C'utS

aueof the economic condi.
existing in Miami today Mrs.
GoldsteiftC of the G. &r L. R~es-
ntannounces a cut in prices
11meals. The excellent food
din tthe ps will be contin-

n lodit but no nteoqutahe
wl opened el ~y

baeDonaite Clothinig

aJewrish Waltre Burean Is
)5 all to contrisbt clothing

ditiatio b~ tod a a

Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld,
rabbi of the Conservative Congre.
gation Beth El of West Palm
Beach, who was the guest speaker
at the Beth Jacob services last
Friday night, made a very stirring
address on Judaism of today. In
his talk he outlined the differences
between the three wings of Juda-
ism and urged that basically no
difference existed*
Rabbi Kleinfeld is one of the
outstanding Conservative rabbis
of today and is a splendid speaker
as well as a musician of note.
Cantor Boris Schlachman was
in charge of the services in the
absence of Rabbi_ Larazus Axel-
rod and conducted Saturday morn.
ing services as well. Rabbi Klein-
feld chanted the Musof prayers
Saturday morning at the invita-
tion of Cantor Schlachman.

ISidore Fine Elected
A~s Senior 'Warden

For the first time in local. Ma-
sonic history a Jew was honored
by bemng elected with a tremen-
dous majority as senior warden of
the Biscayne Masonic lodge, when
Isidore Fine was chosen.
Mr. Fine is a son of the late
Louis Fine, founder of Beth David
Synagogue, and a brother of Jo-
seph M. Fine, well known com-
munal worker.
Theelctoncame to Fine as a
result of a number of years' active
work with the lodge and practi-
cally as a unanimous tribute from
the entire lodge membership.

Ladies To Sponsor
Chanukah Supper

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega.
tion is sPonsoring a Chanukah
supper on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 6, at 6:30, for the benefit of
its Talmud Torah fund. A special
musical program will be presented
during the evening and cards will
follow the formal supper. Admis-
sion, including supper, is only 75
cents for adults and 50 cents for
children. The public is invited.

Civic Theatre To Give
"Let's Be Diffe~rent"

One of the leading roles in the
play, "Let's Be D~ifferent," which
will be presented at the Civie
Theatre next Tuesday evening, De-
cember 8, will be played by Mur-
ray B. Grossman, well known Jew-
ish boy of Miami.

Sales fdInerase Daily

The Atlantie Butchers Corpora-
tion, with retail headquarters at
607 S. W. Twenty-second avenue,
re arts continued increase of bus-
ins ia rienult of its sus anr

prices isi the cause of d. inrae
business he has~ enjoye .

Mr. A. Levin of New Yor Ct

arrived bere this workia to iue
his position wit Meri' 'shohd Mr.
amni Beach as thi sobd M.
Ijbvit has "Kabbailth" fthibn mriny
notable rarbbis.

e g~y-aIN

I I~ds~


Palm Beach Rabbi

ASSUMES DUTIESI Addresses 'Congregation

Pge Two THE JEWISH FLORIDM Friday, December 4, 1981
rid night "Broth- to model in a fashion# abow given
& & & & & & & sis & & & & his sermon ay of the Jewlah club
*@***************************************** WEST PALM BEACH A erhood." A arge attendance is by omEdna Schoenfield wil pr
o I & & & & & imaa & imia expected. forth her personality in a swanky
Friday evening at 8:15 the reg- The West P Beach B'nai brown riding habit (Can't you
o a alar service will be held m Re- B'rith lodge spent a very enjoy- just imagine her riding a rather
form Congregation Beth Israel. able evening Mon y night. Sand- wild colt.) Myrtle Zeients is to
Dr. Carl N. Herman, rabbi, will riches and drin s were served, model a sport dress. We hope she
o o officiate. The service will be in doesn't wear more than two at
soooogecocooooooooooooooooooscooooooooooooooom celebration of the Festival of Cha- followed by a r. time. I haven't had time to inter

Mr. Arthur Ziegelbaum, member presented by Miss Hilms Rose. A nakak Mr. Sam Berner of West Palm view Daisy Schaff--but Pm sure
of the city council of Warsaw, Po- play in keeping with its obsery- Beach motored to Mipmi Sunday, it will be something. (Let's hope
land, who is on a tour of the ance called "The Awakening" will Last Tuesday evening Beth Is- where he attended the unveiling of so).
southern states for the Workmen's be presented by Miss Ethel Tobin rael Sisterhood held its regular the tombstone of the late Joseph -
Cirele, will arrive in Miami on and Miss Leona Rose. Several monthly meeting with Mrs. Dave B. Berner, which took place Sun- Several students entertained
December 17 and will deliver an musical numbers will also be pre- Feldman, the president, presiding. day afternoon. over the holidays, but Pm afraid
address on the "Conditions of the sented. Miss Marjorie Predinger The following program was pre- I egn't enumerate here.
Jews in Poland at the Present will deliver a brief address on seated: An address by Mrs. Virgil + + + &
D. Chandler- vocal selections by & HIGH HAPPENINGS
Time." The exact place will be "Our Little Sister." Refreshments Miss Lidabel Chandler, accompan- + Doings At Miami High Well, did you all have a pleas.
announced in an early issue of the will follow the business meeting. ied by Mrs. Harry A. Lee, and & ant Thanksgiving ? Turkey, tum-
Jewish Floradian. Among the important business to Jewish current events by Mrs. & By Bettye my ache-and all that tommyrot.
be acted upon is the annual De- Carl N. Herman. Asessiti & & & & & Well, we probably all had some
At the regular bi-weekly card member dance to be given at the of all.
party of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Coral Gables Country Club on --- Well, my dear readers, let me
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con. Wednesday, December 23. The Beth Israel Sisterhood will put you at ease. I announce that
gregation prizes were given for give the children of the religious I will absolutely say nothing con- R. & & Restaurant Opens
high scores at each individual ta- Miss Viola Katz has returned :o school a Chanukah treat next Sun- corning football in this issue.
ble. Door prize was won by Mrs. Miami to spend the winter with day morning after the school ses- Wow! what a relief! You know it The R. & L. Restaurant, in
R. Beck. Refreshments were serv- her parents after having spent sion. Mr. Abe Kominers has pre- is rather hard to talk about foot- charge of Harry Rosalaky, recent-
ed and a very enjoyable evening several months in Washington, D. seated the children of the relig- ball when one's mind is elsewhere ly opened its doors to the Jewish
was spent. C.. visiting relatives and friends. ious school with Chanukah Meno- but on the pigskin. public of Miami and inaugurated
rahs and candles. --- a special a la carte service for the
Sunday morning the children of Beth David Sisterhood has com- We have several Jewish stu- convenience of its patrons. The
Temple Israel religious school will plated plans for its annual Chan**- Mrs. I. M. Prager, Mrs. R. W. dents on monitor duty during the restaurant is newly built with the
celebrate Chanukah in Kaplan hall kah play and card party for Sun- Apte, Mrs. Dave Feldman, Mrs. lunch periods. This, if you will most modern fixtures and equip.
when the beautiful large Menorah day, December 6. After the chil- Albert H. Gasper and Mrs. Carl notice. Is a rather honorary posi- ment.
will be lit and special Channkak dren of the Sunday school have N. Herman participated in the tion and is given only to those
candy will be distributed as gifts presented their play eards will be Red Cross roll call drive during students who are capable of care-
to the children attending. played. Refreshments will 'oe the past week. ful vigilance. Now Joe Fields, FOR
one of those so-called monitors,
senad and prizes will be awarded.
Beth David Sisterhood will spon- In charge of arrangements is a Last Sunday evening Beth Is- accidentally-it might have been
sor a congregational dinner and committee consisting of Mesdames rael Sisterhood sponsored a card on purpose-fell asleep. You've zz ,
installation ceremonies for the re- S. L Weintraub, David Bogen, party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. probably heard all about the rest HOme g
cently elected officers of Beth Louis Hayman, Barry Oliphant. Julius Wolfe. A very fine gath- but it s still one of those good, de-
David Congregation at its Talmud Isidor Fine, Hyman N. Levy. S. erine enjoyed the evening. High pendable English Jokes. You know
Torah hall Wednesday. December M. Machtei and Meyer Schwartz. score prizes were won by Mrs. the kind you laugh with (not at) MRS. S. PONT
9, at 7 p. m In charge of ar- Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs. Carl N. without knowing why. Ask one
rangements is a committee head- yrs. Meyer Schwartz left the Herman. Mrs. Abe Kerman, Mrs. that knows. (STRICTLY KOSHER)
ed by Mrs. B. Kande as chairman city last Friday for a two weeks. Harry Halpern. Mrs. M. Manassa 228 N. W. FOURTH ST.
and Mrs. Charles Goldman as co- visit to relatives and friends in and Mr. Abe Kerman. Another wide-awake monitor is Daily From Noon to 8 P. M.
chairman.M OthersSon the commi North Carolina and New York The first of .es of lectures tBhed ys eto s13ud t wat he Full Course Dinner

Katz. I. Cohen and Lewis Brown. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose was nam-d on national agenexes operatmg in sh chance nshouldinsne em
executive secretary of the Jewise behalf of the Jew was presented too. Leave it to Buddy
The Junior Hadassah will give Welfare Bureau to succeed Mrs. at the weekly meeting of the Chicken Dinner
an Oriental bridge and supper at Max Dobrin, resigned. Mrs. Rose Congregation Beth El Hebrew Lit- Edna Schoenfield Myrtle Zei-
Beth David auditorium Sunday. has been an active worker in com- erary Society Monday night. Dr. entz and Daisy Schaff are going
December 13, at 6:30 p. m., and manal affairs for a number of Alexander Kleinfeld. congregation
only 75 cents admission will be years. rabbi and society leader, spoke on May
charged: Those desiring to at- "Zionism. Its Functions and Ac-
tend are urged to make reser- A change in its plans has caused accomplishment The meeting was
rations by calling 2-3480. held at the community house. 414
the postponement of the supper
that was to be given by the Great- Aventh street. where the society DROP IN AT
As we are going to press the er Miami Cemetery Associatio 1, again will meet on Monday night,

hd d m en- d I eem r Mkm & December ., at 8 o'clock. MrS. Mary Schrebnick's
(Junior B'nai B'rith organization). originally planned. A full course Mr. Klein of Suffolk, 1 a., ar-
raved recently in West Palm Beach.
chicken dinner will be served and gp
A meeting of the board of di' only $1 will be charged. Manuel Pa*
rectors of Beth David Sisterhood Rippa, H. M. Drevitch, E. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kellman,
Wednesday, December 9, at 1 p. Wolf Cohen and Sol Schwartz are .24 Penn street, who have been 414 EIGHTH STREET WEST PALM BEACH
m. will be followed by a meeting in charge of arrangements. local residents for about a year,
of the membership at 2 o'clock; have moved to Miami, where they
All members are urged to attend formerly made their home. ***
as important business will be As we are going to press an
transacted. important meeting of the Hebrew )Ir. Tom Smith has been ill at
Friendly Inn is being held at the his home on Sunset road for about H'here you will obtain a delightful Kosher meal, home
home, 452 S. W. Second street. L
Si rhimportan meeti elofE the a w" cooked and served amidst most pleasant surroundings.
was held last Tuesday afternoon, The second of a series of bridge Mrs. George M. Frey was host- APS.c?%.ef%.e?%.
when a report of the progress of parties was held last Sunday eve- ess to the Beth El weekly cari
the rummage sale being conducted ning at the home of Miss Bea party Sunday night at her home, : THE STORE OF QU
by the organization was received. Goldenblank for the benefit of the 216 Evernia street Eight tables ALITY AND SERVICE :
Mrs. Manuel Rippa, chairman of Junior Council of Jewish Women. of bridge were in play with at-

the ommitee n chrgerepo Pri zes were awarded and refresh- tractive prizes for each table. De-'
that qu te a tidy snum had been ments were sPerved. licious blintzes, eakte -and coffee MR I'
rhea dran sed forktA apwe k Miss Sylv~ia D eisen has return- i rywsassse i e vng b;
the members to attend the joint ed to Miami after spending ser- Miss Esther Schrehnickr. MEAT DEPARTMENT
supper of the sisterhood and the eral days in Atlanta, Ga., visiting'
Greater Mdiami Cemetery Associa- friends. Mlessrs. O. P. Gruner and Sam:- 2 OLN VN EIIM EC
tion which will be held on Decem- iGoldman returned last Sunday 30CLISAE U IM EC
ber 20 wasz made by Mrs. 2. At impressive ceremonies con- night' from a month's vacation.
Yanes. All members were orged ducted by Cantor Boris Schlach- They motored north, combining
to purchase tickets to this ev-ent. man and Rabbi L Axelrod of Beth Ibusiess with pleasure. Srcl
t ~ Jacob Congregation, Miami Beachr,l 08 comte ftebza r tity Rer

The Junior Council of Jewish the tombstone to the meoyof Tecomt ofof th aaro MEATS AND POULTRY
Women will hold a meeting next the late Joseph B. Berner was un- Congregation Beth El reports
Tuesday evening at Kaplan hall veiled at Wioodlawn cemetery last ~good progress.
when a Chanoaka program will be Sunday afternoon. ....N 0W 0 PEN ,
Mr. MYer Panoff of New York~
DELANEY & BsEES Mr~. and Mrs. Albin Czech will has returned after spending a two: Un'der the Management of PHIL ROMIER
entertain their friends Saturday! months' vacation with~ relatiou
rtc....u awe m e...r Plrneses evening, December 5, at their new and friends. Upon his return he
5% Off em All Amatear Work home, 1560 Dhrexe avenue, Miam~i broug htback a bride.
Beach, at a housewarming. No -----
334 N.E Seodn IAvie cad hae bee anwd d allI Dr. Alerzanr S. Keinfeld oft Phone 5-1570
Llrr -e ~ frinds ase aged to be pireast. Congregtion Beth El selectd fori

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increasing their membership and
asks that every member bring a
new member to the next meeting.

Sunday, December 6, is J. N. F.
Flag Day (Maceabean Day). Mrs.
Alex Goldstein, chairman of LJ. N.
F., would like to have volunteer
workers help her in this work.
Please call Mt. Royal Apartments,
808 Euclid avenue, Miami Beach.


I Dited'Ory

435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 2-4485


Building Materials
Roofing Paper, Aspharlt
423 N. 1W. North River Drive
Phone 2-7251


170 N. W. 5th Street
We Supply Your Every Want


Chas. Tannenbaum

(Reg. Pharmacist for 17 Years)
Cor. 22nd Ave. and 8th Sgt. S. W.


53 N. E. 25ith Shzeet
Phone 3-1355

58 N. E. 25th Street
At F. E. C. R. R. Phone 2-1420

48 N. W. Seventh Street
Telephone 2-4836 Miami, Fla.

Mrs. Bertram Raff will read a
trails this year, hopes to do so by
beautiful paper, "The Interpreta-
tion of the Menorah." There will
be a very effective one-act play,
"The Unlighted Menorah," and
also a talk by one of Ithe local rab-
bis on the significance of Chanu-
hah." A musical program will be
presented and a social hour will
fi 1ow Hf ea h pomie a de
attend the meeting of December
al. me ptbi sis cordially invited

Ha~dassah women are all busy
raising money for the $5 admis-
sion luncheon which is to be given
in January. Each woman may
raise her money in any form of
social affair that she sees fit-
she must, however, inform the
president of the method she is
usmng. Many novel ideas are be-
ing executed by small groups of
Hadassah women. Bridge parties,
raffles, 69-cent luncheon bridges
and movie benefits are proving.

Mrs. Barney Weinkle is chair-
man for the "Give or Earn" lun-
cheon. All women who have earn-
ed their money will please give it
to Mrs.~ Weinkle. She will give
you a receipt for same and you
will later receive a formal invita-
tion to the luncheon. A national
speaker will be a guest at the

Hadassah, eager to blaze new

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ation" will be presented O o
the officials of the Pan-American
Airways will show sections of the
film depicting Colonel Lindbergh
p loting the "American Clipper."
L rs. Barney Kraft and Baroness
ceopold will present a musical
program. Mrs. J. A. Richter,
airman of hospitality, will greet
te members. A social hour in
cage ohe Mrs.i Mendels nrmer will

Cl i &tHamon is ae ling mnu
better since his accident on Armis-
tice day. He is at home with his
mother, Mrs. M. E. Freedman, 27
S Eleventh street.

At a recent meeting of the
Workmen's Circle the following
officers were elected: M. Silver-
man, chairman; Albert Feinberg,
recording secretary; Samuel Litt,
financial and corresponding secre-
tary; David Gross, treasurer, and
A. Kaplan, chairman of hospital
and sick committee. Messrs. Hen-
ry Seitlin and Frank Slaviter were
chosen together with the officers
as members of the executive com-

Dr. Barney Weinkle is now in
his new offices at 507-508 Olym-
pia building.

Mr. Milton Weiner, well known
accountant, has b en elected secro-
r~etary of the kiami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, succeeding
Messrs. Max Kupferstein and Sam
Futterfass, who were elected to
the board of trustees.

Miss Frances Kane and Mr.
A. Bramson present a musical pro-
gram the last Sunday of every
month at Kaplan hall for the Sun-
day school children.

Visiting Miami for the Thanks-
giving week-end were a number
of Jewish students from the Uni-
versity of Florida. Among these
were Earl Hirsch, president of the
Phi Beta Delta fraternity; Mel
Richard, Alvin Cassel, Judd Fish-
er, Phil Bremen, Simon Lipton,
Ralph Kirsch, Frank Rose, Harold
Tannenbaum, David Fleeman, Moe
Rauzin and Albert Levinstein.

The Upsilon Lamba Phi sorori-
ty of the University of Miami held
its weekly meeting last Wednes-
day noon at the sorority rooms.
Matters of interest were discussed
and luncheon was served.


Friday, December 4, Miami
Chapter of Senior Hadassah is
holding a baked goods sale at the
First street entrance of Cromer-
Cassel's and also at 8 E. Flagler

ca rman orm thisi nfair.e rhe i
being assisted by Mrs. S. K~atz,
Mrs. Joe Williamson, Mrs. Harry
I'pton, Mrs. Harry Orlin, Mrs. l-'I
bert Rosenthal, Mrs. B. Kohl, Mrs.
Lutsky, Mrs. Al Kanter, Mrs. Har-
ry Kerzin and Mrs. W. Cohen. All
persons wishing to donate please
bring your goods to either one of
the above mentioned places. A

part of the proceeds will be given
to the Jewish Welfare Bureau to
help Miami's needy. So- please
come and buy.

The Hadassrah meeting which is
to take place on December 14 is
to be a Chanukah jubilee. An ex-
cellent program is being arranged.

The Re-establishment of His
i Phone 2-5415

Irs. H. S., Asher, and M~rs. S3.
,ronovitz. A bouquet of roses
ras presented to Miss M.BOrovitz,
rid e- re eiv ng D 1e with Mrs.
evin were Mrs. D. J. Apte, Mrs.
,L. Rosendorf and Mrs. J. A.
lichter. Mrs. L. Zeients and Mrs.
[. II. Miller greeted the guests
t the door. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis
nd Mrs. Herbert Kleiman ararng-
d the bridge tables. Others as-
isting were Mrs. Harry Nevins
nd Mrs. Jay Davis.

Jn ooen me tngh of ane za io
ras held last Thursday night at
;aplan hall. Plans for the ob-
ervance of National A. Z. A. Day
rere discussed and will be held at
[aplan hall on Sunday, December
0. A very interesting and edu-
ational program will be present-
d with Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
In as one of the speakers. The
second degree will be put on in
he form of a play. The public is

The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
i sponsoring a card party on Sun-
ay evening, December 13, at Kap-
In hall. Mrs. Charles Greenfield
'in charge and she is being as-

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Page Three

bevingr the twentieth anni- sisted by Mesdames P. Scheinbeg
bser of her wedding day, Mrs. IJ. A. Richter, Mendel Cromeerg, B
aryevi entertained members L. Reisner, Marvin Br nr, M.
c emlvinIsrael Sisterhood at a Rausin, I. L. Seligman, m ner, M. -
Tempe at the Miami Woman's l'is and Lewis Brown. Prie or-
r ntly. The lounge and be awarded and refreshmet wil
Rooms were attractively deco- Ibe served. Reservations may be
d with large baskets of glad- made for the use of private rooms

hetable in the dining room reonl d50game Amisonwil
he aered with a bowl of roses. A
l shades were carried out in Mrs. Mollie Rosen of New York
candles, favors and other ta- City arrived last Tuesday to spend
appointments. Just before the the winter with Mt:. and Mrs. Ir-
its were invited t~o the dining ving Kwart at their home, 3023
,I Mrs. Herbert Feibelman N. W. Eighth avenue.
"'Homing." She was accom-l
ed by Mrs. Hanna~h Spiro Mr. A. Pepper, who has been
er at the piano. away from the city for the past
u rising: the hostess, Mrs. Jay six months, has returned to Miami
rp, on behalf of the executive Ito remain here during the winter
is, of the sisterhood, presented Iseason,
Levin with a silver serving*
.Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf, for- Mr. and Mrs. Reuben N. Hirsh-
president, gave a brief talk Ifield of New York City arrived on
essingf the sentiments of those Ithe Seminole Tuesday and will lo-
mbled. cate during the winter with Mr.
Hirshfield's brother, Mr. Ben
rizes were awarded to Mrs. J. isfed tteOky pr-
Richter, Mrs. Herman W7all, misfents. a h kl A rt
. M. Nankin, Mrs. Jake Davis, w







Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
lan returned to the city this week
from Pensacola, Fla., where Rabbi
Kaplan helped dedicate the new
Beth El Temple, of which Rabbi
Dr. Martin Friedman is the rabbi.

Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami
Beach will hold an important
meeting at the synagogue ne::t
Monday evening, December 7, be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. All mem-
bers are urged to attend. An in-
teresting program will be pre-

Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Hersh-
field and Mrs. Hertz of Meadville,
Pa., have decided to spend the
winter in Miami and are located
at 1775 N. W. Thirtyeighth street.

At a meeting of the school board
of the Workmen's Circle, held No-
vember 30, a motion was passed
that t~he circle take the initiative
to organize a Yiddish. literary and
dramatical society. They ask all
those who wish to join this organ-
ization to- please come to a meet-
ing to be held on Wednesday, De-
cember 9, at the Workmen's Circle
hall, 701 N. W. Fifth avenue, at
8:30 p. m.

The Women's Club of th~e Woretk-
men's Circle is giving a C~hanukah
supper Sunday, December 6, at
7 p. m., to be held at the Work-
men's Circle hall, 701 N. W. Fifth
avenue. A charge of 50 cents per
plate will be made. An enjoyable
evening is assured all that attend.
All friends are inovitede The e ec

charge. The committee consists
of Mrs. F. Slaviter, Mrs. H. Kat-
zif, Mrs. H. Seitlin, Mrs. M. Ro-
sen, Mrs. B. Chertkoff, Mrs. A.
Kaplan and Mrs. M. Kaler.

The school board of the Work-
men's Circle announces the open-
ing of an adult class for learning
how to read and write Jewish and
for the study of Jewish history.
It opened Thursday, December
3, at 8:30 p. m. Classes will be
held every Thursday. All men
and women are welcome to attend.
Mr. S. Litt, teacher of the school,
will be in charge*

Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a regular board meeting next
Monday lafternloont Decemeocro ?
This will be followed by a meet-
ing8 of the membership at 2:30,
when a program in charge o rs.
Joseph Williamrson featuring "Avi-



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PHONE 3-1121

tos N. s. FIRST AVERUE M C ff M

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o(This is the ninth ofsahser e
ofarte t o f hha o to anao
nart or nization at work for
the~~~~ Jeihgo

Palestine Government Joins
Hadassah in Transfer
Hadassah, the Women's Zionis
Organization of America, ha
transferred the Hadassah hospitala
in Tel Aviv to the municipality
The co-operation of the Palestinl
government made this possible(
and thus marked a forward ste]
in the development of the Yishub:
When Hadassah started its sys
tem of health work in Palestine, i
did so with the hope of eventually~
turning the institutions over to thl
commumities in which they were
established. This could be done on
ly when the communities were
ready to begin to assume the bur
den of financing and administering~
the institutions.
The transfer of the Hadassal
hospital in Tel Aviv was made
simultaneously with the organize
tion of the Knesseth. Israel anr
thus the first~ step has been taken
in the plan of ultimately transfer
ring all of the Hadassah institu
tions. Hadassah will give to the
communities in Palestine an op
portunity for gradual adjustment
to their growing responsibilities
by continuing to give financial
and moral support over the next
several years. This financial sup
port must necessarily be on a
gradually diminishing scale.
The Hadassah Medical Organi-
zation, the Tel Aviv municipality,
and the government of Palestine,
who are all concerned with the Ha-
dasah hospital in Tel Aviv, enter-
ed into an agreement about the
future support and administration
of the hospital. Hadassah and the
Palestine government will be rep-
resented on the Municipal Hospi~t
al Committee which will operate
the hospital. The budget for run.
ning the hospital is LP 18,600 a
year. For the next two years, Ha-
dassah will provide LP 9,300 an-
nually, the municipality LP 3,000
annually, the Palestine govern-
ment LP 2,000 annually, and the
remainder is to be derived from
patients' fees.
The question of the amount of
the Palestine government's partici-
pation has been an important fae-
tor in the negotiations leading up
to the transfer. The Tel Aviv hos-
pital serves a population of 60,000
in Tel Aviv and surrounding com-
munities. The amount of the gov-
ernment's participation can hard-
ly be considered adequate, partic-
ularly since it is the Palestine
government's only contribution to
Hadassah's health system through-
out Palestine.
This system takes care, also, of
tuberculosis, infectious diseases,
anti-trachoma work and school hy-
giene. However, in addition to its
grant of LP 2,000, the government
undertakes now to provide facili-
tits for infectious diseases in the
Jaffa hospital (which is a govern-
ment hospital) with a Jewish phy-
sician in charge, thus relieving the
Tel Aviv hospital.
To the end that the Yishub shall
be able to support and govern its

institutions, there must be an in-
ner organisation representing the
collective will of the people with-
in the country. The Knesseth Is-
rael is being organized to create
the instrument for this purpose.
Much depends on how the Knes-
3eth Israel will direct its power.
it has been sanctioned by govern-
ment ordinance and has the op-
portunity of welding the Jewish
people living in Palestine into an
organized unified entity.
The co-operation and responsi-
,ility of each community through




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J. LOUIS 8 OHET, Editor
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
Entered as second-elass matter July 4,
1980, at the Post Offlee at Miami, Fla.,
under the act of March 8, 1879.
als Months 0. soo
one Year ..........$2.0*
Volume IV.--Number XLIX.
Friday, December 4, 1931

And so my good friend, the
sinking ship rabbi, at last has
awakened from the phlegmatic
English complexity which has so
strongly engulfed him since his
entrance into publicism. And, "in
the name of Heaven." Of course,
not being of the clerical fold and
thus being far, far from the cloak
of "Heaven," we realize that third
parties are always undesirable.
And please, my good friend,
don't accuse us of being pious, or-
thodox and religious. That is
something we leave for such good
"Heavenly" rabbis as yourself.
We have no congregations to sup-
port us. We have to work for a
But my dear friend of the sink-
ing ship, we wonder if you will
for a moment concern yourself
with things worldly and be good
enough to advise us and some
others (we still realize third par-
ties are undesirable) as to wheth-
er the Chicago firm which sup-
plies your butchers through you
with meat were influenced by
"Heavenly" motives to give your
sheet some ads. And, my dear
friend, pray tell us and a few
other Jews of the inquisitive turn
of mind whether or not the restau-
rants, hotels, butchers, etc., of
your splendid community are be-
ing influenced by you (for Heav-
enly reasons, of course,) to place
ads for cash in your two-by-four
And since everything you do is
"in the name of Heaven," please
tell us by what authority it has
become necessary for restaurants
to use four sets of dishes so that
even you may partake of "am-
brosia and nectar of the Hamhad-
rin type"? So that you may not
forget, the four sets we refer to
are .. milchig, fleishig, parevdig
and TREIFAH. And since when
is it proper to serve TREIFAH
lamb chops in separate dishes in
a kosher restaurant ?
And pray, my good friend, if
you profess to be doing things
"in the name of Heaven" since
when are natoriously known as
"Ltreifah" restaurants permitted to
appear for the vending of their i
wares in your "Heavenly kosher"
sheet ?
Once again .. We believe that 1
kashrus can and will be establish-
ed in Miami and Miami Beach. We
have the greatest confidence in I
the members of the Miami Beach e
kashrus committee and feel that
they, together with the able
mashgiach, Cantor Schlachman, i

are sincere in their efforts. They i
have no ulterior motives, and r
nothing to gain. They are every- c
day men of business and do not i
profess to be "Heavenly." They r
have no axes to grind of any kind. it
BUT YOU, good rabbi of the n
sinking ship, have an axe to grind. Is
With yout it is a matter of BUSI. I
NESS. With you it is a question J
of ads. And our Jews of the old p
world have a very splendid say- p
ing, "Hit Sich Far dem TZADIA o
IN PELTE." Beware of him whlo
talks in the name of Heaven. b


The Way of Life' / GLMONCe~

Pane I~aur


The head of a large Philadel hi
company decide to ope a e
England branch. Looking through
his organization, he selected a pru
dent, industrious young man.
t "I am thinking of appointin~
s you our New England manager
with headquarters in Boston," hi

e sa~eyugmnreceived tht
e h yon a
p nI ews v it will be a wise move
.sir," he answered. "I never makt
- mistakes."
"Never make mistakes? the
y boss repeated incredulously. "My
emy, then I couldn't think of ap
e itn you. Just imagine how
- Ish d fe 1, having a man in Bos
eton who never makes mistakes
- when I am down here in Philadel
g phia making them every day."
hThe young man was not sent to
e Boston. He lived out his business
- days in an obscure position, minus
d errors and minus hits.
SOne of the most interesting men
-of my acquaintance has been
. wrong about forty per cent of the
.I can look back over his career
t and point out a dozen different
;points where he took one stand
land subsequently had to revise it~
SWhy then has he stayed on top ?
.First, I think, because he is ab-
solutely truthful. What he some-
times imagines to be the truth
turns out later to be an error, but
, he never consciously hedges for
, anything or anybody.
Second, he is always trying. Roll
him in the dust, and he is up in
a minute and startirig forward
again. Lay something before him
which you think is pretty good,
and he instinctively reaches for a
pencil and begins to try to im-
prove it. Let him accomplish an
objective, and immediately he has
set his eyes on another point fur-
ther ahead.
Finally, he never wastes any
time in regretting the past. "Re-
gret," said some one, "takes as
much out of you as a prolonged
This man has been an encour-
agement to me. So have the words
of Stevenson, who exclaimed, "God
give us young men who have the
courage to make fools of them-
I figure that I am entitled to
|one major mistake a week. This
is my quota. As long as I keep
within it I feel all right.
And frequently I run over.

its elected representatives should
in a short time enable our people
in Palestine to assume complete
responsibility and control over all
of its communal institutions.
Meanwhile, Hadassah, in addi-
tion to continuing its financial
and moral support, will view with
sympathetic interest the develop-
ment of the health institutions now
rapidly becoming integral parts of
the Yishub. This, however, does
not mean that Hadassah will di-
minish its contribution to the u -
building of Eretz Israel. As it re-
linquishes financial responsibility
in one direction, it will take on
new projects that will aid to cre-

late and to raise the standards in
a Jewish National Homeland. Pal-
estine is a pioneer country and
there is still much to be done.
Now, as ever, Hadassah will stand
ready to give yreomen service '

Hogs that broke into an eastern
course died from eating lost golf
balls. Now that we know it works
that way we might prescribe eat-
ing them for fellows. who pick a
lost balls before they stop rolling

much point in movigu
be nearer one's destination.

Id eep snows reported h
track of Boraho muho to

tTo Emerson and HawWthre
turewas eautfulquiet a

Te Clsseum wasepll
in form.

its hbceassico symphony a
itshigetpont in the wr
Beethoen, an innovation of
being defess.

ofe blcyramilds are a small
ofbakpeop e.

Mohammed was a craven 6(
across the desert.

What are mammals?
Mammals are a sex animal,i
ally a female.

Dogs that bark at night
bite the dust.

If a thing doesn't seem posld
it is sure to occur.

"In spite of all the genedl
pression, we can say that we
a few good days last week.
day a man came in the office(1
brought us a bushel of finej
ples; on another day another
brought a half~ bushel of 14
sweet potatoes, and on still (
other day Jacob went seron i
crick and brought us a perfdi
nice new daughter-in-law. Sol
feel that if we have a good?
like this occasionally, we wRil
able to get through the winter
fairly good shape."-DeWi#c

;1Bronchitis is a disease that yoa
bcan get from riding a certain kind
-of horse too muc .h

g "A married man doesn't have to
r know much about musie," says
catty Katrinka. "He general
plays second fiddle by ear.

Alexander's ambition was to
,conquer all the world, or as much
e1 as possible, and make a great um-
pi-re .

,Quar~antine is a promise of
-money refunded if not satisfac-
[I tory.

,You like things you can eat. You
-love things you can't eat. I love
my little dog.

'iThe Girl Chum says her mnen-
Stally sketchedf friend has lost a
Slot of sleep trying to figure out
why a dull razor will put a man
on edge.

The American people have near-
ly a billion dollars hidden away
and are keeping it out of circulA-
tion. We just found our dime of
it in the cuff of our other pants.

In Utopia it is likely the prize
in the intelligence test game goes
to the party who won't play.

What happened to Athelstane
and why was he taken out of the
story (Ivanhoe) at this time?
He was knocked down by the
Templar in a fight and was taken
out of the story because he was

All the world is drinking cider
nowadays, unless those who sell
it do not drink, in which case the
number of drinkers is compare.
tively small.

Motor parties of deer hunters
are setting off today throughout
the West, some being interested
in the hunting and some just go-
mng a ong for the rye

ts a sign of improved employ.
inent conditions whenla New York
rcve ha bll.7 gir s is actually
carrying 50 instead of only 35, as

1 s the situation is now ana .
lyzed, Japan insists China is such
a confirmed breaker of pledges
Kha Tokio had to backslide on the
Kiogg pact.

S3-pound mushroom has been
gown mn Fitchburg, Mass., al-
feough prsonally some may pre-
can bhe owi typ of piano stool that

Far E ar as we are concerned the
Fa atcould be farther.

telss is being heard of the elee-
w iak device which ages green
f isy 20 years in an hour, and
nears are expressed that the prod-
effernay have had a corresponding
efeton the customer.

atthey say one of the highlights
attese Sing Sing football games
ts counsel for the fullback extri-
oa ing his man from the bottom
Ofte pile with a habeas corpus.

Tue Cro-Magnon man drew pie-
wue in caves to pass the time
wi he was waiting for the ice
age to go away.

tr n riding Philadelphia's new
he eet ceaerrs that do 100 miles an
hou, te~ewouldn't seem to be


two people can live on
one it is because th~ey 1

A good-sized dining room
likely to be found in an e

The tongue is about the
muzzle-loading weapon that l
been discarded.

William Nail was recently
ried in Cincinnati. Happy man:
woman can drive a nail.

The Gazette in that town a
that a traveling man who a
into Emporia regularly has
the hitch-hiker problem with
signs front and rear.

Americana: Mary Pickfordl
taken her first piano lesson "
to be able to contribute smt
amusing at parties."

The Girl Cham saysnohe
hopeless, unless it might be
in for a rhyme in a new p

Hammond Why does
Meekly continue to live Wib
husband when he beats her l
ten ?
Cabbageo-She wants a
and her lawyer advised bef to
as many beatings to her
possible before going to comC

.Tudge----The rfnfice offlees
you got eacrlteas with ha
Mlr. Nggesa-Batrdd
to be. He alked to m a
wife and f forgot mys* ~D
s~pH my ~j~d

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[NOTE-"The History of the Zionist Movement," which has been
hearingg on this page for the past several weeks, will be continued in
next issue. This coming week we shall have Chanukah for eight
sda Canekeh b ls onhthe tweny-dlifth Ks hell hichthalls on
inrg evening, or Friday night, D~ecember 4.] r-


If there are rns in suffering,
Israel takes precedence of all the
nations; if the duration of sorrows
and the patience with which they
are borne ennoble, the Jews are
among the aristocracy of every
land; if a literature is called rich
in the possession of a few classic
tragedies, what shall we say to a
national tragedy lasting for fit-
teen hundred years, in which the
poets and the actors were arlso the
heroes?--Leopold Zunz.


My father says the Maceabees
Were soldiers strong and fine,
Who battled for our Temple
In far-off Palestine.

They suffered cold and hunger,
And wounds and death and
shame ;
They died on field, in prison,
To glorify God's name.
Now, too, we have our Maecabees,
Our soldiers strong and fine;
Who battle like true heroes
'To give us Palestirie.
Their swords are turned to plough.
They agth the h ret's foe *
They sweat and toil until the dust
Has blossomed like the rose.
Chalctsim, you are Maecabees,
You hold the battle line;
Your ploughshares are the wea-
That gave us Palestine!
--E. E. Levinger.

Successor to Dr. A. E. McNeill
Room 605, Exchange Building
N. E. 2nd St. and 3rd Ave
Phone 3-2244 .

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N. W. 7th Ave, at 28th Street

Phemes 23535-34422

Ambulance Service
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1933 8. W. Eighth Street






n~cember 4, 1981



Pane Fine


m By ilton A. Friedman .t

If this was a radio writeup, I
would say, "Back on the air,
folks,"' but as this is a newsr col-
umn, I will say that I'm here again
with a fresh batch of news*

The university is getting plenty
of publicity from all sides. Now
that Jimmie Maloney, the great
Boston boxer, has enrolled as a
pre-law ,student and honing~ in-
structor, newspapermen ~and cam-
eamen earen giving rsa geat dea

S. This past week the Paramount
News studio took pictures of Ma-
loney boxing with Stan Phillips.
The pictures will be shown in Mi-
ami theatres very soon.

Yesterday "Beebs" Berner, can-
didate for U. honors in the 125-
pound class, also boxed with Ma-
loney. It was another "Jack the
Giant Killer" act, only in this case
the giant was entirely too much.

As I surmised last week, Harvey
Schartman and "Bunny" Beldner
played against Rollins College
Saturday in the annual tennis
tournament between Rollins and
Miami. Both boys won their
matches in singles and doubles. I
may add that Schartman is now
the leading player in the U. all-
Jewish players in the first and
second divisions, advanced their
posin tshe sc nd div sin will g
against the strong Miami Edisonl
High School tennis team this week.
Joe Stein and Bob Cohn are now
leading this division.
George Reichgott played a bril-
liant game in the Miami U.-Ers-
kine football war' Friday night.
He made more yardage per try
than any other Miami backfield
man. On defense he stopped many
passes that, if completed, might
have meant an Erskine victory.
The score was 9 to 0. Between
the halves the gym team gave an
exhibition. The' Jewish boys show-
ed up well. They were Morty Fay,
Irving Applebaum, Bob Seigal and
Lou Stein. The gym team will
put on another exhibition Decem-
ber 3 in Bayfront Park.

The annual bag contest between
the frosh and sophs took place as
per schedule, and what a fight it
was. Can you imagine Abie
Blatt, 230-pound frosh midget,
falling on Georgie Reichgott, a
soph, and sitting on him for 15
minutes despite all efforts of
Reichgott to get up? Mabemtha

The result of the contest is still
rne ied olThe sophs baouhaht

t fehm n,s ru tebfr htelaim
the wrong goal. So there you are.

deould anybody question such a
ionsthedis1 st in the house, per-
haps the grandfather of this hap-
py family, is speaking. He is ex-
plaining the meaning of Chanu-
kah. He tells them about the grat
miracle of the oil how the ltetle
jug of oil, instead of lasting one
day, kept the temple light burning
fr eight days. He tells them that
b is little miracle of oil, which
burned for eight days, is connect-
ed with the great miracle of the
I ewish people which lived and
lie ill soli tanuy centuries, a d
this miracle, the old man concludes
we celebrate Chanukah. He tells
them also briefly about Hannah
and her seven sons and about some
of the others who gave up their
lives rather than worship idols.
Chanukah in Our Day
Today Chanukah is still with us,
and very much so. In thousands of
Jewish homes it is observed with
much joy and merrymaking--with
the kindling of lights, with "lat
kes with "dreidel" games, with
stories and songs, with Chanukah
g~elt and with parties. In the syn-
agogues special prayers are re-
cited, the Menorah is lit and con-
certs are held.
In the Jewish school especially
is Chanukah celebrated with joy
and festivity. There is hardly a
Hebrew school or Sunday school in
the whole of the United States
which does not teach the story of
the Maccabees to its pupils and
which does not stage a Chanukah
play or entertainment.
In other words, we observe Cha-
nukah very much as it was ob-
served one hundred years ago.
But when it comes to explaining
the meaning of the holiday there

afour gee ugndc Inthler t ws
the miracle of the oil that was
given as the reason for the festi-
val. In our own day it is the strug-
gle for independence and for the
right to live as Jews that is given
as the real reason for Chanukah.
And because of this Chanukah has
become a more important holiday
than it has been for many, many
years. We of today understand a
little better what it means to en-
joy independence and freedom and
what it is to have heroes and hero-
ines. We also appreciate, even
more than our fathers, what it
means to have Hellenists among
You remember the Hellenists in
the days of the Maceabees-those

tei ow r 1gowil be efs and ca -

Gor ks.a W ae Heleon sts am n
us today---Jews who do not care
whether our holidays and customs
are observed, whethei*i the Hebrew
language, the Bible and Jewish
history are studied, and whether
Jews work together for their own
good or not. We call some of them
assimilationists, cause tey d
not care if Israel is assimilated
or swallowed, up and is no more.
Like our ancestors of old, the
Jews of today are.not sitting back
and waiting tfo miracles o ha-

wrking hard to improve and to
s rengthen Jewish life. In Ameri-

ea Jews are building more syna-
gogues, more Hebrew schoolwha d

ne ar8 comm study and play.
They are training more Hebrew
teachers, more rabble and more
club leaders. They are trymg~ to
make Jewish customs and holidare
(Continued on Page Six),

'ear in and year out Chanukah
,tsto us and each year we cele-
teit with joy and ceremony.
kindle the lights all of the
htdays. We recite special pray-
at home and in the synagogue.
play special games, we give
nukah "gelt" and present plays
entertainments. Year in and
rout we remember and we en-
the ancienTh sortyh of brv
couag two thousand years
since the first Chanukah in
slem *
SFirst Chanukah
"ht first Chanukah in Palestine
sthave been a very joyous oe-
ion. On that day our forefath-
in the thousands gathered in
temple, many of them carry-
torches and palms. How hap-
and glad the people were, for
They not prayed and hoped
this day ? Had not every Jew
Plstine and even in the other
tries (Egypt, Babylon) where
vslived, hoped against hope
t Judas Maceabeus and his
nywould be victorious, and that
Jewish nation would become
dependent once more ? Now it
Happened, and they came to
er thanksgiving and to sing

:ot in three years, ever since
tiochus had set up a pagan al-
in the temple, did the Holy
ctrylook so clean and cheer-
.It was the first task of the
trous soldiers to cleanse and
>arthe temple. The Greek al-
with its idol was thrown out
la new altar was erected. All
unholy utensils, including the i
nrhand the table for the
ew bread" which Antiochus had
en away, were inow replaced
Snew ones

more and the Jews were free to
live according to their own relig-
ion and the teachings of their
prophets and sages. They called
this holiday Chanukah, which
means dedication.
Chanukah One Hundred
Years Ago
Many years rolled by, many
generations, many centuries. The
nation in Palestine which the Mac-
cabees had redeemed is no more.
The temple in Jerusalem does no
longer exist. The Romans made an
end to the nation and burned
down the temple. Most of the Jews
were exiled to other lands. The
Jew became a wanderer on the
face of the earth. He wandered
from one country to another, un-
able to find rest and peace in any
one land for a very long time. He
suffered greatly throughout aill
these long years.
Wh~iat happened -to Chanukah ?
Did the wanderings and suffering
make the Jews forget this festi-
val? Did it become merely a
story of long, long ago to be found
in books ?
Imagine yourself on some Cha-
nukah evening in the little town
in Russia or Poland or Ger-
many where your great-grand-
father may have hived. What, is
it that you see in the windows ?
There are lights, curious lights in
curious lamps, twinkling from ev-
ery house. They are Chanukah
lights, for this is Chanukah week.
Your great-grandfather is cele-
brating the Feast of Lights, as
his forefathers have celebrated it
throughout the ages of ~wandering
and suffering.
No, the Jews did not forget
Chanukah. They even thought of
new ways of observing the festi-






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first Chanukah must have isyu rndfather or one of the
very impressive. You can girl ouour grandmother*). They are
ne how the people felt and playn a game, a Chanukah game
when Judah Macearbeus, his know as the "'dreidel." Now one
ers and the other leaders as- o h y i pnn the little
d the platform. The Levites ofpte Shyti~ dre spinning,
an paye paamsof oy ndspinning, then falling. How happy
.sivig .whe aumr eamd, some of the chhildre ae, kn a

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d d the new Htigk Priest four Hebrew letters on the "drei-
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