The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 5, 1930
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00093

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l. III--No. XLIX.


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Miami, Florida, Friday, December 5, 1930


Price 5 Cents


)unTIcs
Both major parties are tighten-
i their lines for the Presidential
Dpaign of 1932. The Republi-
Sknow they have a fight on
r hands to retain control of
ePresidency; the Democrats be-
re that if they can agree upon
candidate acceptable to all sec-
Sof the country they can win
That is frequently the situation
r years before a Presidential
Wetion. It does not always fol-
that the "out" party wins over
e "in." Having possession of
e machinery of Government is a
eat advantage.
At the moment it looks as if it
31 be more difficult for the De-
scrate to agree upon a candidate
ko can rally all Democrats to
support than for the Republi-
as to mend their political fences.
)NES
"Bobby" Jones has at last ans-
Oed the question: How can a
in play golf all the time and
0 keep his law practice going?
The answer is that he can't.
bby is giving up golf, except
a means of recreation.
It remains to be seen whether
r. Jones will do as well in law as
has done in golf. He has prov-
that he has the important quoa-
Sof thoroughness. Those who
ow him say he has a natural
te for law, and high intelli-
ace. He will not have the
rnggle for existence which so
Wy young lawyers face, for
Mle his amateur standing has
pt him from making money out
his game, he is to get a sum,
puted to be a quarter of a mil-
a dollars for making a series of
heational films on "How I Play
l." That ought to keep him
ing until he has established him-
If in law.
Probably Mr. Jones is doing only
at his class and caste instincts
d environment urge upon him.
re are still too many people
o think that being a lawyer is
more respectable way of making
living than being a golf profes-
nal. But it seems to me that
6 have too many lawyers now
Snot enough good sportsmen.
LASCO
David Belasco, a San Francisco
Swho dressed like Roman Cath-
priest, was the father of the
modern realistic drama. He
Plht that people on the stage
ght to act and talk the way
5le do in real life, and that the
wings and furniture of the stage
eht to make the scenes look like
sort of places they were sup-
ho to represent.
elasco's work in drama began
at the time Mr. Edison invented
incandescent electric light.
electric light probably did as
as any other influence to
the drama from the old
pantomime into what it is
It enabled thdtaudience to
the actors clearly, and made
expression and careful
Upmore important than they
been.
Swas the firt theatrical
o electric lighting on the
and to shape his productions
the new lighting in mind. To-
vPbody in th teatre buui-
Sdin U the m i produc-
oeow the prinpls which
developed.



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Alabama Senator
Talks On Current
Jewish Problems


Announcements


CONGREGATION
CHESED SHEL EMES
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
SAMUEL B. GRINSTEIN
Rabbi
The usual early services
will be held at 5:30 with the
late services beginning
promptly at 8:15 p. m., with
Rabbi S. M. Grinstein assist-
ed by Cantor Nathan Wroobel
conducting the services.
United States Senator John
H. Bankhead of Alabama will
speak at 8:30 on the subject
of "The Preservation of Re-
ligious Liberty." Because of
the large audience indicated
all are requested to come ear-
ly as the doors will be closed
promptly at 8:15 o'clock to
prevent any confusion during
the services.
A social hour will follow
the services in the vestry'
rooms of the Synagogue. Sat-
urday morning services will
begin at 8:30 a. m. and Sun-
day school at 10 a. m. Sunday.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. 19th Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi
Services at Temple Israel,
Reform Jewish Congregation,
137 N. E. 19th street, Friday
evening, at 8:15p. m. The
subject of Dr. Kaplan's lec-
ture will be "Ten Articles of
Faith in the Miami Forward
Movement" of "Creating a
Symphony out of Discords."
The public is most cordially
invited and a most cordial in-
vitation is extended to the
visitors in the city to come
and worship with us.


When a representative of
the Jewish Floridian called to
see United States Senator
Elect, John H. Bankhead of
Alabama, at the home of his
brother Col. H. M. Bankhead,
last Wednesday night, to ob-
tain the Senator's views on
matters interesting Floridians
and Jews throughout, the
Senator did not hesitate to
express himself definitely and
clearly.
"When I go to Washington
to assume my duties in the
Senate you may rest assured
that I shall do all in my power
to 'assist in the port develop-
ment of the South, and I will
do my utmost for Miami. Ev-
ery large city's development
depends upon its being locat-
ed on navigable waters, and
I believe Miami should have
a larger and deeper harbor."
"I have always believed,"
said the Senator, "that every
man has a right to worship
as he feels right, and I cannot
conceive of a man being de-
nied any political rights, or
having any rights of citizen-
ship proscribed simply be-
cause of his religious affilia-
tions."
"One of the two issues upon
which I based my political
campaign against Senator
Hefflin," continued the Sen-
ator, "was the right of any-
one to his religious liberty. I
adhere to the beliefs of equal-
ity upon which this great
country of ours was founded,
and the Jeffersonian princip-
les then laid down, which
have since been the rock upon
which this Country has stood
firm."
When asked directly as to
his stand in the United States
Senate on the socalled "White
Paper" recently issued by the
British Government, Senator
Bankhead replied "I have al-
ways been a firm believer in
the rights of the Jewish peo-
ple to a National homeland
in Palestine. I believed in and
heartily approved the action
of Congress during the late
President Wilson's adminis-
tration in favoring the rights
of the Jewish people to Pal-
estine as expressed by the
Balfour Declaration. I shall
not hesitate to express my be-
lief, and when the time comes
to unhesitatingly affirm the
rights of the Jewish people
to Palestine and shall use my
influence and vote towards
that accomplishment. My
father when in the United
States Senate did not hesi-
tate to speak out for the
rights of the Jewish people
thought the world and I
shall continue the same
course, unflinchingly."
The Senator arrived here
Tuesday evening for a few
days rest and to help his
dhayro Cot. H. M. in his race
t a.l mtion as Mayor of Mi-


CONG. BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Services are held daily at
8 a. m. Evening services at
5 p. m. Early Friday even-
ing services at 5. p. m. Sat-
urday morning services at 8
a. m. Sunday school is con-
ducted at 10 a. m. every
week. Talmud Torah meets
daily beginning at 3:30 p. m.
Tourists as well as residents
are welcome at all times, and
are urged to attend.


National Flower
Day To Be Held

The Senior and Junior
chapters of Hadassah will
combine forces this year in
order to make the National
Maccabean Flower Day a suc-
cess. Decefnber 14, 15 and
16th, will be observed as
Flower Day and committees
consisting of Mrs. M. Dubler
as Chairman of the Senior
Chapter and Belle Wesson as
Chairman of the Junior Chap-
ter, assisted by Mesdames
Katz, B. Kandel, Isidor Cohen,
Louis Zeientz, J. Katz, S.
L. Roth Barney Weinkle, and
S. Simonhoff of the Seniors,
and Sylvia Rayvis and Ruth
Kraft assisted by several"
young ladies of the Juniors
will make a canvass of the
District to collect funds.
Headquarters will be in the
Everglades Hotel bldg., at 230
Biscayne Blvd. Volunteers to
assist the committees will be
heartily welcomed.

Friendly Inn
Begins Work


At the last meeting of the
recently organized Hebrew
Friendly Inn, a number of
needy cases were acted upon
and relief given. Election of
officers will be held on Wed-
nesday evening, December
17th, at 8 p. m. on the 13th
floor of the Congress bldg.
The next meeting of the or-
ganization will be held on the
13th floor of the Congress
bldg., next Wednesday even-
ing and all interested in the
work are urged to attend. All
Jewish organizations of the
Greater Miami District have
been invited to send delegates
to this meeting and to assist
in the work.

Cleary Rally Is
Well Attended


Jewish Congrega-
tion Will Hear
Senator Friday

The late Friday evening
services of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, at
1545 S. W. Third street will
have United States Senator,
John H. Bankhead of Ala-
bama, as the guest speaker.
He will address the Congre-
gation on "The Preservation
of Religious Liberty." Sena-
tor Bankhead is best known
as the man who defeated
"Tom" Hefflin for Senator
on the issue of religious lib-
erty.
Senator Bankhead is spend-
ing a few days in Miami and
will leave for Washington
Monday in connection with
his official duties.

Dramatic Club
Meets Wednesday

The Jewish Dramatic Club
recently organized will hold
its next meeting at the New
Pioneer Hotel, 151 N. E. First
street, next Wednesday even-
ing at which time the Direc-
tor Mr. Hyman Apte will an-
nounce the cast of the play
which will be presented some-
time- in January. All those
who are interested in the de-
velopment of the Little Thea-
tre Movement in the Yiddish
language are urged to ap-
pear at this meeting.

Synagogue To Be
Dedicated Soon

The Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation will formal-
ly dedicate its Synagogue
building the last week of
January according to an an-
nouncement made by the of-
ficials of the Congregation.
Several Cantors from the
North will appear specially
to assist in the dedicatory
exercises which will begin on


As we are going to press a Friday night at the early
large audience is present at services and continue at the
the Miami Beach elementary Saturday morning services.
school, listening to addresses Sunday afternoon the formal
by Grover Morrow, W. E. dedication will take place
Walsh and Judge Cleary when State, City and Federal
urging the election of Val C. officials will be present. Sev-
Cleary to the Mayoralty of eral noted Rabbis have signi-
Miami Beach. The meeting fied their intention of being
which is being held under the present to assist in the cere-
auspices of the Cleary cam- monies as well as some of the
paign committee has afford- leading Orthodox lay leaders.
ed the proponents of Cleary In charge of the ceremonies
the opportunity of urging his will be Rabbi Samuel B. Grin-
long residence on the Beach, stein who will be assisted by
his realty holdings there, and a committee of the Congre-
his record as Justice of the gation and of the Ladies Aux-
Peace as ample reason why iliary. A Banquet on Sunday
he should be elected in pref- night will mark the closing
erence to the other candidate. of the dedicatory exercises.
The work of Judge Cleary on Announcement of the details
the depositor's committee of the three days ceremonies
which effected the purchase will appear shortly in these
of the defunct Miami Beach columns.
Bank and Trust Co. by the
City Bank of Miami Beach BEACH TO HOLD DANCE
has been cited as evidence of
his interest in the welfare of Beth Jacob Talmud Torah
Miami Beach citizens. Judge Miami Beach will hold a ben-
Cleary and his workers are efit dance at Carter's Pier, a
making an active canvass of Wednesday, December 17th,
the- .etr f Miai Beab, at 9:8 p. m. Tickets may be
and arg hia record as the obtained from the committee
reason for hN election, or fro mthe Ladies Auxilary.


CONG. BETH DAVID
(Conservative)
139 N Third Avenue
S. M. MACHTEI
Rabbi
With "Blood' as the sub-
ject, Rabbi Machtei will dis-
cuss the case of the Jew who
refused the transfusion of
Gentile blood into his body.
The case will be viewed from
both the religious and the
scientific angles. Mr. L. Hay-
man will chant the prayers
and will lead the congrega-
tional singing. Tomorrow
morning at 10 Rabbi Machtei
will preach in Yiddish on the
weekly portion. Sunday
School classes will be held
from 10 a. m. to 12 noon on
Sunday.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


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Bv ErNST CA PJQ
NEW YORK.-New Yorkers at
a football game display as much
"college spirit" as a herd of cred-
itors at a bankruptcy meeting.
*


If one of them cuts loose with
a lusty yell, somebody has stepped
on his foot.
To the hardened New Yorker a
football game, like everything
else. is a beez-niss proposition. If
the team he staked five bucks up-
on is a couple touchdown up or
down, why get steamed up about
it?
*
SDidn't he drop fifty grand in
Wall Street on Consolidated Soap
-and did he bat an eyelash?
The only real reason why these
birds attend the games in person is
to enable the Mrs. to show off the
new chinchilla coat. If they had
their way about it, they would
stay home and follow the day's
investments by radio.
*d
"Say, Pop, did they let that
touchdown count?"
"Er-don't bother me now, son-
let's see, I've got ten on Army and
gave six points, five on Penn, five
on Dartmouth and got twelve
points, ten on Notre Dame. The-"
"Say, Pop, what state is Illinois
in?"
"Lord, Willie, I'm surprised at
you. Er-ask your mother."
*
One New Yorker has figured out
a way to prevent his dogs from
being run over by .automobiles
After seeing two pets killed in
this manner, he decided to teach
his own animals to take better
care of themselves.
So he taught them-six of them
-to obey traffic signals.
With a police whistle he taught
them to cross the street at one
blast, to stop at two. If they
don't see a policeman they watch
the traffic lights. Never, it is
said, do they cross against a red
light.
Just to prove-as if it needed
proving-that New York is just a
big hick town, there's a horseshoe
pitching parlor near Madison
Square Garden.
During the five o'clock rush on
Broadway the other day a side-
walk fakir was selling "imported
German watches, worth $5," at
twenty-five cents a throw. They
went like hot cakes-just as fast
as he could grab them iut of a
shabby black bag.
There's one born every minute,
said Barnum. He must have
known his Broadway.
Every street corner, almost, in
New York is occupied by someone
with a box of apples and a sign:
"Unemployed-Buy Apples." The
fruit interest, who furnish the
signs free and the first box on
credit, are said to be cleaning up.
One of these "unemployed" is said
to have earned $51 in one day.
Even unemployment has become
a racket, see?
*


The Week's best story has to do
with the Mara-Tunney court battle
Martin Littleton, the famous law-
yer, acting counsel for Mara, was
quizzing Tunney on the witness
stand. The fiery little barrister
flung out a -verbal thrust that
stung the retired champion, who
clenched his fists and poked out
his lower jaw.


.* Bankhead Is
Campaign Briefs Active Candidate


One of the active candidates
for city councilman of Miami
Beach is J. C. Kimball, a na-
tive of New York. Born in
1893 he received his educa-
tion there and was graduated
from the Syracuse School of
Law. After graduation he en-
tered the real estate business
in which he has been success-
ful. A resident of Miami Beach
since 1925 when he came here
with Gryzmisch and Levy
operators df Normandy
Beach properties, he has
made an intensive study of
the problems affecting Miami
Beach and has announced a
definite platform which in-
cludes the conserving and
protecting the year round res-
ident, including recreational,
housing and business inter-
ests.


Campaigning actively, Ly-
man W. Rogers, one of the
candidates for Councilman of
Miami Beach is exhibiting the
knowledge of the conditions
affecting Miami Beach citi-
zens that is necessary for a
successful and intelligent ad-
ministration of city affairs.
Mr. Rogers who is a practic-
ing attorney of Dade County
has been a resident of the
Beach for the past six years
and is an active member of
various civic and fraternal or-
ganizations there. He is a
past Exalted Ruler of the
Canton, Ohio, Elks Lodge. He
is the recipient of the Italian
War Cross which he received
for gallantry in action while
with the American Expedi-
tionary force in Italy. He is
actively known among the
Jewish people having many of
them as his clients.
"Now, now," plaeded Littleton,
"please don't lok ,at me like that,
Mr. Tunney. 'you are a veir
athletic chap, while I'm just a
young fellow trying to get along."

King
Undertaking Co.
29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
Phone 23535-31624


SIf You Place Yor
SInsurance
S Through me, you all-ways
feel safe, for you know you
have the best.
YOU also feel free to ask
for information or assistance
with your policies.
SInsurance Investments
SThe one safe investment.
S Ask for information.

W A. ASHLEY
108 So. Oliver Ave.,
W. Palm Beach, Fla.
Representing only the best I
S old line Companies.


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J. C. KIMBALL
PLEDGES INTENSIVE
SERVICE
CANDIDATE CITY COUNCIL
MIAMI BEACH


DECEMBER 16,


1930


iRunning on a platform o0
"A Cosmopolitan City needs
a man who is not bound by
provincialism for its Mayor"
and urging the fact that by
virtue of his background,
training and experience he is
the best qualified candidate
for the office of Mayor, Col.
H. M. Bankhead is wagering
a campaign which has been
brought home to nearly every
voter of Miami Beach. By
personal contact with the vot-
ers, at meetings, in consulta-
tion with prominent citizens
of the Beach, Col. Bank-
head's supporters are urging
Miami Beach citizens to vote
for him. They point to his
record as a member of the
City Council of Miami Beach,
and his active participation in
all civic and welfare work as
an indication of what he
could accomplish for the
Beach as its Mayor.


ADDITIONAL
SOCIETY


At the meeting of the
Friendship League last Wed-
nesday the following officers
to serve for the ensuing term
were chosen. Gilford Orn-
stein, president; Jean Mohil-
ner, vice-president; R u t h
First, treasurer; Celia Flit-
m a n, corresponding secre-
tary; Bea Silver, sergeant at
arms. The Board of Govern-
ors nominated at the last
meeting were unanimously
elected. Among the new mem-
bers admitted were Morris
Shemer. A program featuring
dancing and singing was pre-
sented, after which the usual
dancing followed. The next
meeting will be held at the


Congress bldg., next Wednes-
day evening.
*


At the last election of the
Biscayne Lodge of the Mason-
ic Fraternity Isidore Fine, the
son of the late beloved leader
of the Jewish Community of
Miami, Mr. Louis Fine, was
elected Junior Warden. This
is the first time in the history
of the Lodge and that of oth-
er Lodges of this District
that one of the Jewish faith
has been elevated to an elec-
tive office, though the Bis-
cayne Lodge officers in the
past have appointed members
of the Jewish race to various
offices from time to time.

In the establishment of the
newly remodelled, renovated
and redecorated New Pioneer
Hotel, which will be operated
by Goldstein and Rosalsky of
the G. & R. Restaurant, Mi-
ami and Miami Jewry will ac-
quire a hotel in the heart of
the City which is destined to
become a central meeting
place for both residents and
tourists. As it now appears it
will have sixty two rooms
furnished in the most modern
fashion, with either commun-
icating bath or private bath
for each room, beautiful and
spacious enclosed lobbies fur-
nished elaborately and an
open air patio resembling a
beautiful Spanish garden. The
Hotel located in the heart of
Miami, at 151 N. E. First st.,
occupies the building where
the Chamoer of Commerce

The child is wiser in his in-
nocence than the philosopher
in his wihdom.
*
The man who can't govern
his temper has no business
to be governor of a state.
*
Cares of office that worry
an officeholder come with his

himself.


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L. (Pop) GERSON
Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Phone 20621

BAGS and METALS
EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO.
(Inc.)
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485
PEPPER METAL CORP.
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Phone 22546

BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON
Building Materials,
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
423 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251

DELICATESSEN
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
170 N W. 5th St
We Supply Your Every Want

FISH & SEA FOODS


STA
6


ANDARD FISH CO.
29 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-8362


PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
Chas. Tannenbaum,
Pharmacist
(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.

CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Dr. A. D. Halpern, Ph. G. Ph. D.
Prescriptions Our Specialty
128 N. Miami Ave. Phoae 29713

PIPE and STEEL

ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone 21426

A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
The Largest car wreckers in
Florida
53 North East 25th Street
Phone 81355

TRANSFER
FLASH EXPRESS & STORAGE
CO., INC.
48 N. W. 7th Street
Telephone 2-4836 Miami, Fla.
AUTO PARTS
BLOOM AUTO REPAIR
& PARTS CO.
N. W. 17th Ave. at 28rd St.
Phone 23631


Friday, December 5, 19


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Bankhead
For

MAYOR
of
MIAMI BEACH


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN-A MEDIUM OF AND FOR MIAMI JEWRY


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was formerly located and wa
remodelled by Kaplan an
Spector, who completed th
work last week. A modern o
fice and telephone booths oc
cupy part of the main lobby
The public has been invited-
inspect the hotel Sunday, D
cember 7th, when the form
opening will take place.
The beautiful and modern
new furniture throughout th
building, lamps, rugs and ac
cessories were all furnish
by the Hotel and Apartmen
Furnishers, Inc., who spare
no effort to make the Pionee
H o t e equipment modern
comfortable and beautiful.


ABILITY
and
EXPERIENCE
GO HAND IN HAND



Col.H.M.


Bankhead
















HAS ABILITY
It took ability to admin-
ister the fiscal affairs of an
Army Corps in France.
It took ability to direct
rescue work during the flood
of 1913 in Mississippi.
It took ability to gain the
reputation of being one of
the most efficient officers in
the finance section.
It took ability to carry out
special missions for the
American Food Relief in
Europe.
It took ability to organize
and direct vocational schools
and recreational centers for
7,000 soldiers.
These are a few of the
achievements in Colonel
Bankhead's service record.
Bankhead has ABILITY.
Compare his record with
those of other candidates
and you will understand why
he is best qualified to be
mayor of Miami Beach.

ON DECEMBER 16th

VOTE FOR


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Friday, December 5, 1930


THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
A Weekly Newspaper
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
by the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO
-~ -
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J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
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WEST PALM BEACH OFFICE:
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Entered as second class matter,
July 4th, 1930, at the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION
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VOL. III.-NO. XLIX.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 5, 1930


A REAL MAN

A real man never talks
about what the world owes
him, the happiness he de-
serves, the chance he ought
to have, and all that. All that
he claims is the right to live
and play the man.
A real man is just as hon-
est alone in the dark, in his
own room, as he is in public.
A real man does not want
pulls, tips and favors, He
wants work and honest
wages.
A real man is loyal to his
friends and guards their repu-
tation as his own.
A real man is dependable.
His simple word is as good as
his Bible oath.
A real man honors a wom-
an. Any woman. He cannot
hurt a woman, physically or
morally. He sticks to his
wife.
A real man always has ex-
cuses for others, never for
himself. He is patient and
charitable toward them; to-
ward himself he is strict.
A real man is glad to live
and is not afraid to die.
A real man never hunts
danger, and never dodges it
when he ought to meet it.
A real man is-well, he is
an honest man, the finest,
best, noblest, most refreshing
thing to find on all the green
earth unless it is a real
woman.-Author Unknown.

"THE AGES"

It is the privilege of youth
to be critical. Any healthy
young man is expected to re-
sist when he is told, "This will
be good for you."
But after a man passes into
his thirties, he ought to quiet
down, and adjust himself to
conditions. Instead of trying
to reform the world he should
adjust himself to it, and make
himself as comfortable as
possible.
After thirty a man's fore-
most duty is to take care of


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


"Ue E
24 ,~CLBI


Mr.
really
won't
dear?


Justwed She was
my first love. But you
be jealous, will you,


His wife-Oh, I'll
jealous of your first
the later ones that
to watch.
*


never be
love. It's
I'll have


Miss Peachblow I hope
you won't feel hurt because
I refused you.
Mr. Breaker--Not at all!
Not at all! I assure you I feel
(honored, positively honored.
I'd rather be rejected by you
than anyone I know.
*


Fortunate is the
is well groomed.
*


bride who


Poker keeps more men
awake nights than insomnia.
*
Many a woman is a martyr
to her husband's dyspepsia.
*
Nothing is so regular as
the happening of the unex-
pected.
Someen* make
Some men wapt to make


hay in February and
in August.
*


cut ice


A poor complexion worries
a woman more than a poor
intellect.
*
The youth who is unwilling
to toe the mark usually re-
mains at the foot.
*
The funny actions of a wo-
man may be due to her miss-
ing sense of humor.
*
The explosion of the theory
that two can live as cheaply
as one is responsible for a lot
of divorces.
*
You left me to express your-
self
*In pen and ink-or was it
clay?
You promised you'd impress
yourself
Upon the world, and then,
some day
You would return to this
small town
And, like a goddess bending
down,
Would bless me with your lily
hand;
But may I state m accents
bland
That when you've got your-
self expressed
I'll not be here to be so
blessed?
An ideal policeman, accord-
ing to a professor, should
himself and his family, if he
has any. Criticism should be
directed at himself, because he
has no time to waste. Reform
of the world can wait, but
personal reform after thirty
is urgent.
Today I saw an advertise-
ment of the Provident Mutual
Life Insurance Co. It read:
"There is an old man ahead
you ought to know.
'He has your eyes, your
nose, your talk. He talks
like you, acts like you, thinks
like you. And whether he
hates you or loves you, re-
spects you, or despises you,
depends on you.
"For you made him. He is
you."


ask papa?


* *


Others loaf, but you
take a rest.
4 *


merely


A pessimist is a man whose
heart is simply dried up.

Some men take pains natur-
ally and some give them the
same way.
A good many men get their
opinions as well as their
clothes ready-made.
The proof oi the pudding is
the request of the small boy
for another portion.
*
Marriage of a deaf and
dumb couple ought to result
in unspeakable happiness.
*


If you dbn't knew
side of your biscuit
ter is, drop it; the
is butterles.
*


Girls are fond
married women
contention.


on what
the but-
top side


of attention;
are fond of


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have the wisdom of Solomon,
the courage of David, the tol-
erance of Confucius, the pa-
tience of Job and the strategy
of Napoleon. The one 'with
long legs who ran down a bur-
glar in our neighborhood the
other night is a pretty good
type, too.
*
A man imagines that he is
having a good time when he
does anything he knows his
wife doesn't approve it.
*
Happiness is like a flower
That lies beneath the
winter snow.
The blasts have shorn it of its
power
To lift its head and bravely
glow.
But Time will come with
Spring's bright gold
And promises of joy begun,
When sorrow-darkened eyes
behold
Bright blossoms dancing-in
the sun.

A couple ofrtourists called
at a Maine farm house of an
early morning recently.
"We were just wondering,"
spoke up the lady, "if we
.oould get a glass of fresh
milk."
"Now that's too bad." sym-
pathized the housewife, "but
you see we live quite a ways
from the city and the milk
man hasn't got here yet."
*
The Girl Friend says that
there's one thing that still
makes a miniature golf course
look large-a night club dance
floor.
*
Little Listen, man. Last
night, as Ah was goin' home,
I sees somethm' shinin' in the
bushes and Ah hears the dis-
mal rattlin' ob bones.
Joe-How much did ya
win?
*
Reggie-What do you think
of my new foot ball outfit?
See how well I'm padded. Why
nothing could hurt me.
Peggie-Don't you think
now would be a good time to


to the doctor at once I


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SAVE YOU MONEY AND GI
E V YOU SERVICE!


O01


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CONQUERORS
A Great merchant of my acquaintance, who is a friend
of Gene Tunney, told me what occurred after the final Demp-
sey-Tunney fight.
Gene, who never loved the crowds or was greatly loved
by them, wanted to get away immediately. His idea of the
way to spend the evening of victory was to hide himself
with a few companions in a hotel bedroom.
His friend said: "Gene, you could have done that if you
had lost. But you won. You are champion of the world.
Whether you like it or not you must pay the price of the
championship. And part of the price is to be seen by the
crowd."
In telling the story the merchant enlarged upon the
theme.
"When I became manager of one of our stores I had to
do a lot of things I did not like to do," he said. "When I
became head of all the stores my unpleasant duties increas-
ed. Now I get to the office before nine o'clock every morn-
ing, and a large part of my day is consumed in duties 'that
are more or less distasteful. The only man who can do as
he pleases is the failure. Every step up that you take
means that you belong less to yourself and more to other
people."
As he spoke I thought of some examples that have
come under my own observation.
The partners of Morgan & Co. are the princes of the
modern business world. If you stand outside their build-
ing on almost any winter's evening you will see the lights
burning in at least a part of the private offices. The lower
floors may be dark. The clerks and accountants have gone
home. But almost always some of the partners are still on
the job.
I spent a day with Coolidge while he was still President.
He was supposed to be on vacation. He fished a little in
the morning, but it was the least relaxing job of fishing
that I have ever witnessed. A secret service man stood at
his elbow and another kept watch from behind the bushes
on the bank.
Once, for a week, I travelled in a private car with the
president of a great corporation. Every morning we left
the car at eight o'clock and called on dealers in their stores.
We lunched with a group of them at noon, and had another
group with us until midnight. At midnight we went to bed,
to wake up the next morning in another city and do the
whole thing all over again.
It was a tougher week than any laborer ever spent.
The big jobs look attractive from a distance, but when
you get closer to them you find a large price tag pinned on
each one.


\tH1 FrAMItY


DOCTOR
SJOIN JOSEPH GAINES M.D.
WARNINGS
No-your backache is not an indication of kidney di-
sease, or, it's the poorest, to say the most for it as a symp-
tom. Let me enumerate several points however, that should
send you to the doctor post-haste, if you have been uneasy
about this particular set of eliminative organs:
First, a progressively-increasing shortness of breath, that
you just can't account for; this with increasing weakness
and rapid heart that interferes with your ability to do your
ordinary work.
Second, you notice a puffiness under the eyes and
maybe you have noticed black specks when looking at white
surfaces; just tiny dots they are, and might escape your
notice. With the puffness of the lower eyelids, you may
observe a decided swelling of the hands-not painful-just
a "bloat."
Third, and getting more alert, you may notice a getting
up from bed to relieve the kidneys-so many times that it
really interferes with sleep; the amount may not be tonsid-
erable, but it is the frequency of voiding that counts as a
symptom. Even if you abstain from drinking water even-
ings, you get up just as often. The appearance of the fluid
I voided is of little value to you as an indication of disease; it
may be clear and innocent-looking-or dark-red and scalding.
It is your physician's business to determine the real condi-
tion.
Fourth,-look with suspicion on headaches that occur
mainly at night-along toward morning worst. Those that
are a frequent thing-persistent-and do not yield to your
taking liver medicine.
These symptoms are usually concurrent, that is all work
together-if your kidneys are out of order; the more severe
they are, the worse neglected your kidneys have been. Go


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Friday, December 5, 1930


D. 0.E. was hel last Friday ture and discussions will fol-
*^t+++++++++ *oo o a night, November 28th, at the low. During the season sev-
Shome of Miss Louise Goldberg eral prominent lecturers from
T W. 2nd street. An- the north will appear to dis-
( O 823 S, W. 2nd street. An- cuss the topics of the day.
S/ nouncement of plans for a *
A*I Kiddies dance to be held at An Executive Board meet-
Kaplan hall, December 14th, ing of the Sisterhood of Tem-
S*I+*+++++++4++++++E++++i^^++++<+O(O --- -- -.._come dressed as kids and ad- day at Kaplan hall and was
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Tuesday evening at their mission will be only fUfty followed by a covered dish
Field entertained recently home in Shenandoah at bridge cents for a couple or thirty luncheon wnich was greatly
with a party for their son, followed by a buffet supper cents for stag. Refreshments enjoyed by all present. Mrs.
with a party for their sonfollowed by a buffe supper will be served and an evening Isaac L n, chairman of the
Stanton, in honor of his birth- at midnight. Garden flowers of splendid entertainment has student activities committee
day anniversary. The house in pastel shades were used in been provided for. The next reported that a reception is
was decorated with flowers the decorations. Miss Gert. meeting will be held tonight, being planned during the
and foliage carrying out the rude Deitz and Miss Ethel December 5th, at 8 p. m., at school holidays for all Jew-
Thanksgiving tneme. During Harris assisted in the serv- the home of Miss Pearl Rubin ish students attending Uni-
the evening a birthday cake ing. 835 N. W. 7th avenue. Those versities who will be in Miami
was cut and refreshments Those present were Mr. and unable to arrange for trans- during the Holiday vacation.
served. Mr. and Mrs. Theo- Mrs. Morris Rubin, Mr. and portation are asked to call This reception will in all
dore Klein of New York as. Mrs. J. Ricnter, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sarah Barber, phone probability be held at Kaplan
sisted with the entertaining A. Kraus, Mr. and Mrs. 2-4556 and some arrangement hall.
Among those present were Ufelda, Mr. and Mrs. Ben will be made so that they may Following the Board meet-
Myron S. Zeientz, Milton Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Turtle- attend. ing a general meeting of the
Friedman, Helen Lebo, B-e dove, Mr. and Mrs. H. Harris, membership or the Sister-
Seitlin, Abe Schoenfield, Geo. Mr. and Mrs. M. Aner of Cin- Mrs. L. Naiman of New hood was convened with the
Reichgott, Harriet Kantor, Cinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Charles York City is visiting her cou- Sisterhood song as the open-
Miss Ruth Davidson, Ger- Rosenthal, sr., and Charles sin Mrs. Max Shaaf, at her ing number. Mrs. Louis Snet-
trude Neham, Ellis Klein, Rosenthal, jr., of Detroit. home 319 N. E. 25th street, man led in prayer. A Chan-
Harold Zohn, Bernard Katz, and will remain for some- uka hymn was sung by Mrs.
Miss Bernmc Watts, Abe The Council of Jewish Wo- time. Mitchell Wolfson who was ac-
Winer, Miss Harriet Kahn, men is preparing to give the companies at the piano by
Hal Cromer, George Davis, J. guests at its Bridge Luncheon At the meeting of the Ar- Miss Evelyn Plagman Jones.
H. Gelman, 0. T. Dubler, Joe Tuesday, December 9th, an better Ring and Womens club Mrs. Leonard Epstein spoke
Warren, Jane Kaufman, Miss exceptional afternoon of of the same organization held on "The Feast of Chanukah."
Joseph.ne Ross, Miles Silber- splendid enjoyment. The af- at the Workmens Circle hall, Plans for the Chanuka enter-
stein, Ralph Kinsel, Harry fair will be held at the Colon- last Sunday night the draw- tainment which the Sister-
Laeler, Ralph Grossman, Sam- ial Towers and is in charge ing for the Radio Raffle was hood will give for the child-
uel J. Harris, Miss Helen Kan- of Mrs. P. Scheinberg and her held and Mr. Wax Kovensky
tor, Miss Esther Feller, Rob- committee. of Max's Delicatessen was the
ert Schfentzer, Miss Natalie lucky winner of the valuable
Pallot, Morris L. Kromberg, At a meeting of the P. T. radio offered as the prize. A AN NO U N C IN G
Louis Goldberg, Joseph Jack- A. of the Temple Israel Sun- general discussion of the fut-
ier, Miss Bea Alpert, Peter day School hela last Monday ure and policies of the organ- GOLDSTROM S
Nuby, Abe Weiner, Sythenia the following permanent of- ization was had and the prin- J .D-
Steinberg, Herman Mack, ficers were elected: Mrs. cipal address of the evening Cakes and Pastries
Miss Evelyn Garlib, Miss Ben Watts, president; Mrs. was made by Dr. A. D. Hal- May Be Purchased FRESH
Rose Weiner, Al Richter, Gus Jules Perlman, vice-presi- pern. Daily at
Cadorshnick, Max Schermer, dent; Mrs. H. Nevin, secre- As a result of the discus- Street Dairy
Miss Sylvia Greenfield, Sam tary; and Mrs. H. I. Homa, sion definite plans for an ed- The 5th Street Dairy
Silver, Celia Prettyman, Paul treasurer. The organization is ucational program for the and Bakery
Lorimer, Joseph Mandel and composed of the parents of winter season have been 162 N. W. FIFTH STREET
Joseph Field, jr. the pupils of Temple Israel drawn. The organizations will
Religious School. meet at the hall, 701 N. W.
Mrs. L. M. Weinstein told 4* 5th ave., every Sunday night
of the "Life and Philosophy A regular meeting of the when local members will lec-
of Nietzsche" and Mrs. H. D. =ilDtore
Williams spoke of the "Life
and Philosophy of Schopen- ... For ... tanlb Q Wrp.
hauer" at the meeting of the COUNCILMAN MIAMI BEACH We Deliver
Ruth Bryan Owen Oratorical_ W river
club Friday at Mrs. William's LYMAN W. Bundles
home.t LYMAN W. of
At the meeting Friday at ...
2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Satisfaction
D. Bogen, 977 S. W. Fifth Phone 3-3687
street, Mrs. Samuel Simon- 21 North West Ninth Street
off will talk on "China, Old
and New," and Mrs. Herbert Possessing The Courage and Knowledge Required For The
Scher will tell of "How Cus- Future Progress of Miami Beach.
toms Originated." UIIUlUIIUIIIIII
"*"* __ iI CLOPTON'S I
A thii ii.tlr, w1inter


mo nAUL *t, A, r Jgua A Aa.t
visitors who have arrived are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosen-
thal of Detroit. They are at
their home 2137 S. W. 13th
street.
I
Mr. and Mrs. William
Schwartz and daughter,
Leona, of Cleveland, Ohio, are
spending the winter at the
Shelbourne apartments, Mi-
ami Beach.
Mrs. Jessie Scher has ar-
rived from Cleveland, Ohio, to
spend her third winter in Mi-
ami and is staying at tne
Shelbourne apartments, 710
Jefferson avenue, Miami
Beach.
Among tne Atlantans .who
are spending this winter here
are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Spieg-
el. They are staying at the
Palermo apartments, Miami
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Deitz en-
tertained a group of friends


DAVIDSON'S RESTAURANT
446 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
Pledges You a Hearty Welcome at the Re-opening
For Its Second Season
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1930
When a Special Dinner ITas Been Prepared For Your
Satisfaction.
* *
* MENU *
Honeydew Melon Grapefruit a
Fruit Basket
SQueen Olives Radishes Hearts of Celery
* Davidson Surprise *
* Gefillte or Marinitire Fish
* Mushroom and Barley Soup a
* Noodle and Mandlen Soup
* Chicken Liver Saute, *
* Tongue Polonaise
* Long Island Duckling Turkey
o Roast or Boiled Spring Chicken a
Candied Yams Asparagus Tips Verte Poise
S Plum Pudding Home Made Pies Strudel
o Tarts *
S.. Demi Tasse or Tea a
* ONLY $1.00

Davidson's For Delightful, Delicious Dinners


ren of the Sunday School, on
December 21st, were an-
nounced. Cnanuka candies
and gifts will be distributed.
On December 10th, Mrs. Si
Mendelson assisted by Mrs.
Sam Kanter will entertain at
a card party for tha S'ster-
hood benefit at the home of
Mrs. Mendelson. This will be
followed by a card party at
the home of Mrs. J. A. Rich-
ter on December 15th, when
Mrs. Richter will be assisted
in entertaining by Mesdames
I. L. Seligman, Mendel Cro-
mar, Gordon Davis, Lee Ru-
bm, Henry D. Williams and
Louis Zeientz.
On December 17th, a musi-
cale will be held at the home
of Mrs. H. L.. Feiblemari who
will be assisted in entertain-
ing by Mrs. Hannah Spiro
Asher and Mrs. Mitchell
Wolfson.
On December 28th, the Sis-
terhood will be hosts at a con-
gregational Dinner in Kaplan
hall, honoring the birthday of
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan.
The first package party of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
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@SOCIETY.


(Continued on Page 6) man as Chairman and Mes-
ii Jewish Orthodox Con- dames M. Kotkin, Wm. Mech-
gation which was held last lowitz, Max Rappaport, N.
day evening at the vestry Pritzker, Max Halpern, P.
1 Augustine and Sam Tannen-
s of the Synagogue 1545 baum.
W. 3rd street, was a finan- 4 *
as wel as moral success. Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Fried-
rethan two hundred peo- man entertained a number of
were present during the friends last Sunday evening
ening. One of the biggest in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. S.
rises of the evening was M. Machtei at their home,
e splendid auctioneering 1037 S. W. 20th avenue.
ility of Mr. Max Kupfer- Bridge, pinochle and other
inwho auction off th var- games were played. At a late
us packages donated by hour refreshments were ser-
embers of the Sisterhood. verd. Among those present
ite a large sum was real- were Mr. and Mrs. Morris
as the result of tnis auc- Small, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
A musical program in Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
fhich Miss Helen Wroobel, Bacher, and Mr. and Mrs.
e daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Sam Dreisen of Michigan.
Nathan Wroobel of this city, a
formerly of New York, as The Temple Israel Alumni
the feature artist was pre- Association will hold an im-
sented. She sang several selec- portant business meeting at
ons in English, Spanish, Kaplan hall, next Saturday
Yiddish and German. Little night at 8 o'clock to which all
Miss Feldman declaimed in cotfirmants and members of
Yiddish. The well known mus- the association are urged to
iian Mr. A. Bramson played come.
Fthe flute during the evening *


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to the highest scores at each
table. Mr. E. Max Goldstein
was the winner of the raffle
held during the evening. Mes-
dames Medel Scheinberg and
Morris Small were the host-
esses during the evening's
events.
A benefit card party is be-
ing sponsored by a number of
women headed by Mrs. Henry
Seitlin for a family in urgent
need, next Wednesday even-
ing, December 10th, at the
home of Mrs. Seitlin, 418 N.
W. 5th street. All who desire
to help a very needy family
are urged to attend. Tickets
are 50c each.
Mr. and Mrs. Adelman and
a party of friends including
Rabbi S. B. Grinstein of the
Orthodox Congregation mot-
ored to West Palm Beach last
Sunday and returned late
Sunday evening.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Orthodox Congregation held
an Executive Board meeting
at the Synagogue last Tues-
day night at which time plans
for the Bazaar and Dance of
the organization were discuss-
ed. Other important business
wn transacted. A onrcial hour


received a number o en- The next of the regular fo .owed
3. Rev. Nathan Wroobel series of card parties of the ol
rin Yiddish. Mr. Louis Ladies Auxiliary of the Or- At the regular monthly
gilder acted as Master of thodox Congregation will be meeting of the Ladies Auxil-
monies and a brief ad- held next Tuesday evening, iary of the Orthodox Congre-
s was made by Mr. J. L. December 9th, in the vestry gation held last Tuesday
het. Refreshments con- rooms of the Synagogue at night following the Board
ng of sandwiches cakes, 1545 S. W. Third street. meeting important business
e and other goodies were Prizes will be awarded to the ws transacted. Fifteen new
during the evening, highest scores at each table members were admitted.
re was no admission and refreshments will be ser- Plns for the Chanuka sup-
ged. A large number of ved. Acting as hostesses tor pe to be given on December
ists attended. The corn- the evening will be Mesdames 14th, were announced as will
ee in charge consisted of Ida Buckstein, Charles Tan- appear elsewhere in these
Sam Tannenbaum, Harry nenbaum and Sam Futterfass. columns. Appointment of
in, H. Kotkin, J. L. *
het, Philip Augustine, The Bridge party of the NEW YORK
and Mrs. L. Vangilder, H. Senior Chapter of Miami Ha- DELIAT SEN AND
)rewitch and Chas..Tan- dassah which was held last RD E SSN T ANT
aum. Sunday night at the Tri club Everythin for the Home in Food"
on N. E. First street was a ,3oN. w. SECOND AVENUE
ie Bible class for Adults profitable and enjoyable Phone 2-9133
g conducted by Rabbi evening. Prizes were awarded
an meets every Wednes- --
morning at 10 a. m. The
llment for this class is
closed. A class in Bibli- SEE E
history to which all Jew-
vomen are invited will be AOFS
ucted every Wednesday 24 FAYMUS
ling at 11 a. m. NORTH FAGLER
OFF
MIAMI
ie vestry rooms of the MAV. PRICES
ni Orthodox Jewish Con- FA Y
ation will be the scene of
la event on Sunday even-
)ecember 14th, when the
ial observance of Chan-
will be ushered in with a
regational Chanuka sup-
An evening replete with
has been arranged in a
tion to the repast that S a le
be served. Music will be
ided to make the evening
worth remembering. In
ge of the supper which
be under the auspices of
Ladies Auxiliary of the 1000
regation is a committee ARTI
sting of Mrs. H. Gottes- THIS

f a i -SALE
family
finish
A completely finish-
ed service at rea-
sonable rates.
phone 3a J
NATI AL
LAUNDRIES,! N C. .


TINWG JEWSARITOTHE JE


Mesdames M. Kotkin and M.
Rippa as hostesses for the
social hour Friday evening
after services were announc-
ed.
In announcing its official
opening for Sunday, Decem-
ber 7th, Davidson's Restau-
rant at 446 Collins avenue,
Miami Beach, operated by H.
Davidson, formerly of Asbury
Park, N. J., the policy of a
cuisine which will delight the
eye and satisfy the inner man,
adopted when it first opened
a year ago will be continued
this season. In opening for its
second season it will have the
good will of its many satis-
fied customers among sur-
roundings which cannot help
but delight the eye. The res-
taurant has been newly decor-
ated in a blue and gold color
scheme. The front has been
(Continued on Page 6)


Ferguson
Undertaking
Co.
1201 South Olive Ave.
Phone 5272
Webt Palm Beach, Fla.
LADY ATTENDANT


Well- Worth
SHOE SHOP
Corner of
5th St. & 2nd Ave. N. W.

SHOE REPAIRING
By The Most Modern
Method. Makes It Well-
Worth Your Coming.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


We Shall Be Happy To Meet You All At The
FORMAL OPENING
Of The Enlarged, Modern and
Beautiful


New Pioneer Hotel
151 N. E. FIRST STREET
(In The Heart of the City)
WHERE COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE GO
HAND IN HAND WITH MODERATE RATES

Under the Same Management as the G. & R. Restaurant

Sunday, December 7,1930
OPEN FOR INSPECTION ALL DAY




We Congratulate. NO

GOLDSTEIN AND ROSALSKY
Upon the Opening of the
NEW PIONEER HOTEL

WHICH WE REMODELLED



KAPLAN and SPECTOR
General Building Contractors




SWe Congratulate.. .
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SNEW PIONEER HOTEL

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FURNISHED THIS MODERN AND COMFORT- _
ABLE HOTEL THROUGHOUT

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SFURNISHERS, Inc.
N. E. Second Avenue at Ninth Street


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Friday, December 5,


Pae6 H JEIS LOIDA


SOCIETY


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changed and plate glass win-
dows have been installed
which afford more light and
add to the beauty of the large
dining room. Modern appli-
ances have been installed in
the sanitary and spacious kit-
chen which will enable quick-
er service to be given to the
patrons.
An invitation is extended
to all residents and tourists
of the Greater Miami district
to attend the opening for
which a special menu has been
prepared. Delightful delicious
dinners will be the aim of
Davidson's at all times.
*
The last meeting of -the
Junior Hadassah at Kaplan
Hall, on December 1st, was
featured by a splendid pro-
gram. Mrs. Moses Krieger
well-known national Hadas-
sah worker spoke on the
"White Paper" recently is-
sued by the British Govern-
ment. Mrs. Stella Dizon at
the piano, Miss Frances Kane
at the piano, and a recitation
by Miss Sara Kahn were part
of the evening's program. A
committee consisting of Mrs.
Jennie Rotford and the
Chauncey Sisters will arrange
an affair for Junior Hadassah
during the month of Decem-
ber which will be announced
shortly in these columns. A
Chanuka program will be giv-
en December 15th, arranged
by Miss Effie Silverman and
Miss Sadie Silverstein. A play
"The Unlighted Menorah" in
wEich Beatrice Solen, Ruth
Davis, Lena Weinkle and Jen-
nie Rotford will take part.


Among the visitors attending
were Mrs. Harry I. Lipton the
bride of the president of the
local Zionist district, Miss Lill
Jackson of New York former-
ly of Miami, and Miss Sylvia
Kronberg. Members h a v e
promised to correspond with
a little resident of Palestine
who requested t6 hear from
the local chapter.
*


About 150 guests were pre-
sent at the first bridge party
given by the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
last Tuesday evening at the
Alcazar hotel. A doll donated
by the Elray Shop was raffled
and won by Mrs. S. Cohen of
Miami Beach. Prize winners
for high scores were Miss S.
Hupcher, Mesdames D. J.
Apte, J. G. Lewis, D. Cowan,
S. Cohen, M. D. Kirsch, Miss
Rose Broter, Mrs. S. Rubin,
Mrs. M. Siske and Mrs. L.
Zeientz.
*
A board meeting of Beth
David Sisterhood to follow a
luncheon will be held at noon
next Wednesday at the Tal-
mud Torah Hall. The hostess-
es at luncheon will be Mes-
dames Harry Isaacs and M.
Scheinberg. This will be fol-
lowed by a regular meeting at
2:30 p. m.
*
Parents of one of the coun-
try's foremost song writers,
Mr. and Mrs. George Gersh-
win, are staying at the Wil-
liam Penn hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Gershwin has come to
the beach for her health and
will stay the remainder of the
season if she gets better and
if she is joined by her soi,
George Gershwin, author of
"Rhapsody in Blue."
Alvin Richter en
Alvin Richter entertained


a party of forty friends at
home, 1893 S. W. 10th str
last Tuesday in celebration


his seventeenth birthday.
Among numbers present-
ed for the entertainment of
the guests were several from
the Alcazar Roof who includ-
ed Al Parker, Chester Alex-
ander, Jim Tierney and sev-
eral others. At a late hour re-
freshments were served.
4 *
Mrs. Henry Berg entertain-
ed members of the Fortnight-
ly Book-Review club at her
home when "Mosaic" by G. B.
Stern was presented for dis-
cussion by Mrs. Alex Gold-
stein. Mrs. A. L. Kanter was
welcomed back after a three-
month absence due to illness.
Guests for the evening were
Mrs. William Rubin and Mrs.
Opal Neumann. The next
meeting will be Dec. 16 at
Mrs. Sam Wiessel's home, 808
Alhambra circle, Coral Gables.
Mrs. Rose Levin will review
"The Deepening Stream" by
Dorothy Canfield.
*
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton of
827 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, will be the hosts at a
reception Sunday evening,
December 7th, beginning at
8:00 p. m. in honor of their
son and daughter in law Mr.
and Mrs. Harry I. Lipnitz,
whose marriage was an event
of October in Chicago and
who returned to Miami about
ten days ago. All friends of
the family and the newly
married couple are cordially
invited to be present and
greet the bride.
*
The Senior Chapter of Mi-
ami Hadassah will hold a reg-
ular meeting at the Talmud
Torah Auditorium, next Mon-


;his day, December 8th, at 2 p. m. Important
reet, to which all members and transacted
n of friends are urgently invited, meeting is


business will
and an interestil
promised.


VOTE FOR....


Val C.


Cleary


-Grocers Nowo-


YOU'LL KNOW IT INSTANTLY
BY ITS DISTINCTIVE TWIST!


Loaf


Days of Home Made Bread


So skillfully have the BAMBY BAKERS blended the
wholesome materials in this delicious new loaf that it
will actually recall to you the days of the most savory
Home-Made Bread.
Its very appearance whets the appetite, from the gold-
en brown of the tender crust to the fine velvet-like tex-
ture of the slice itself.
Individual TWIST and the careful baking each lo4f re-
ceives, emphasizes its tasty goodness. Truly the Aristo-
crat of bread. Let your family enjoy BAMBY TWIST
TODAY.


BAMBY TWIST-
The Mark of Distinction!


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN-A MEDIUM OF AND FOR MIAMI JEWRY!


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MAYOR


MIAMI BEACH


MY PLEDGE
I pledge to the voters of Miami Beach that if I
am elected Mayor, I will devote all my efforts to
carrying out the duties of that office and will use
the powers granted by the City Charter to be the
Mayor in fact and not just in name only.
(Paid Political Adv.)


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