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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 16, 1932
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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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Jews Asked to

Aid Campaign

An appeal to Jewishl residents
of Miami to lend their support in
improving business conditions
through an advertising fund to
bring additional visitors here was
made today by Dale James, exe-
cutive secretary of the Mianrii
Chamber of Commerce Bureau of

ADvets. J. Apt~e is a member of the
advisory council of the Bureau of
Advertising and Miami merchants
many of whom are of the Jew-
ish faith are playing an impor-
tant part in this movement, both
individually and collectively*
The thought back of the plan
for an advertising fund, is that
general business conditions in Mi-
amhi are determined by the condi-
tion of the city's one major busi-
ness which is tourists. Supporting
th..s thought it has been explain-
ed that Miami produces $10,-
000,000 a year bus spends in a
year, $35,000,000, so that we must
have at least $25,000,000 in new
business to break even.
There are some three million
families in the travel class and it
lswih a) view of making a dire t
Miami, that the drive for an ad-
vertising fund is being launched
next Tuesday
Preliminary to the opening of
the Tuesday campaign, there will
be a burlesque parade on Flagler
street Monday night followed by

it g frmi bn rlo otaimn .
nn ed national enteanpit mead erd
tising bureau officials explained.
"The progressive element among
the Jewish people of Miami have
always recognized their duty to
the community Mr. James said
"and in this movement, success of
which can only result in improved
general business conditions, we
'are looking to them for their
wholtehearted and valuable coope-
The campaign will include a
series of talks in the Synagogues
i.during the High Holidays as part
of a program to bring about an
interest in the organization on the
part of the general Jewish public*
The financial status of the organ-
ization and the question of title to
the cemetery of the Association
at Woodlawn will be discussed at
this meeting.


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ol. V.--No. XXXVFIII.

Price: Five Cents

Miami, Florida, Friday, September 18


Ruled off Ballot
Names of independent candi-
dates cannot be placed on the gen-
eral election ballot, Cary D). Lan-
dis, state's attorney general, has
informed Senator John W. Wat-
son, president of the Dade County
Democratic club.
A petition, referred last Tues-
day by the county commission to
the county attorney, asked that
the names of two candidates of
the recently formed Independent
party of Dade county be placed
on the official ballot for the No-
vember elections. Names of the
independent candidates were giv-
en as Edward Bacon, opposing
George F. McCall, Democratic
nominee for elerk of the Criminal
court, and Thomas Sherman, op.
posing the Democratic nominee
for constable of the first justice
of the peace dsitrict, R. B. Chas-
The attorney general wrote:
"Be.o. th. .......,, of .....
or the county commission would
be justified in accepting the nom-
inee of any organization claiming
to be a political party, they should
require proof that the members
of the purported political party
are registered on the county reg-
istration books as members
that party; that the party has met
in state convention, which conven-
tion had in attendance at least

te onmi sr of ohm sate;a d th
a state executive committee has
been duly elected and thart such
committee nominated candidates
and certified them, as required by
the laws of the state of Florida.
"There is no way in wheih a
.person can get his name on the
general election ballot as an inde-
pendent candidate. A person may
become a candidate and request
thle voters to write his name on
the ballot, but before this, re-
quest should be made to the reg-
istration officer for change of
party affiliation. '


The members of the Executive
Board of the Greater M~iami Cem-
etery Association will meet next
Wednesday evening at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, 1545
S. Wr. 3r'd St., to lay plans for a
short educational campaign in


At this timd thei Jewish Floridian is the only publication carrying Jewish news
of this diistriid~t and Florida generally. For the past several years it has appeared
regularly each and every Friday carrying news and items of interest to the Jewish
Public found nowhere else*

In carrying out our policy of weekly publication we have adhered to the principle
That a weekly such as The Jewish Floridian owes a duty to the public at large.
Whether budineali be goord or bad, it miusit, as a real newspaper carry on, regardless.
Simply to carry on when business is good and to cease publication whgn it isn't, is
not true newspaper. tra ition.

For that reason we appeal to the fair mindedness of the Jewish people and that
of our nondJewish friends to consider these facts when prerparing their greetings and
advertisements for Rosh Hashone,. e

By Patronizing The Jewish Florldian you insure a continued, uninterrupted
service, fair and impartial at all times*

itobable that Mayor WCalk-
rnfor reelection, and my
t the present time is that
poshe will be reelected.
rki~s full of people whoen
eddesire is to be an Ir-
lble playboy of Broadway
3Y may envy and admire
"because he plays that
alvery well to talk about
rid of undesirable~ public
Sand putting good men in
at the rank and file of the
population has to be seek-
th ncd the rank and fzle is
raty interested in the, re.

Reception to Be

Tendered Rabbi

Arriving in Miami last Friday
with his bride of several weeks,
Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan
ofthe Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, wil be the guests
of the organization and its Ladies
Auxiliary at a public reception
this coming Sunday evening, Sept.
18, beginning at 8 o'clock, at the
Synagogue, 1545 S. W7. 3rd St.
The Synagogue will be decor
ated for the event and a special
program has been arranged for"
the entertainment of the^ guests
firief addresses of weleo~me will be
made by the Itabbis of the differ-
ent Congregations of Miami and
the officers ofthe organization.
Among those taking part in the
musical program of the evening
.will be Cantor Alexander S. Weis-
sel recently elected to this posi-
tion by the Congregation.
During the evening refresh-
ments wil be served and no
charges of any kmnd wil be made.
No invitations are being sent out
and the public at large is invited
to attend and be the guests of the
Ladies Auxiliary and the Congre-
gation .
In charge of arrangements are
Mrs. Charles Tannenbhaum, Sam
Futterfass, Harry Seitlin and H.
M. Drevich.

T0 Begin Soon

Temple Isrea Rligious School
opens Sunday morning, Oct. 2,
at 10 o'cock with New Year relig-
ious services for children, in the
At this opening session of the
school, after the religious services
for the school, Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan will explain to the parents,
teacher s and children the THREE
CYCLE PLAN, the latest and
most up-to-date curriculum in-
troduced into the school this year.
Parents of the children and
friends of the school can be of
great help to the school by at-
tending this opening session of
the school to learn about the
tails many changes in the entire
school system.
Sunday morning, Oct. 23, which
is "Simehas Torah" will be ob-
served by the children in a "Jew-
ish Book Week Program" to
which parents are cordially invit-

Woman Gets Half

Of Small Estate
Mrs. Emma Kurman, 126 N. W.
28th Ave., wife of Ike Kurman
and a resident of Miami for the
past five years, is to receive half
of the estate of her sister, Mrs.
Ilessie Rosalsky of New York,
iWalued at less than $10,000, ae-
cording to an Associated Press
Mrs. Rosalsky, who died last
June, is the wife of Judge Otto
A. Rosalakyr of New York general
sessfions court. The will was filed
for probate in New York yester-

Moe Kurman, son of Mlr. and
Mrs. Korman, ,who just returned
from a trip to Newl York to in-'
vest gate the inheritance, says it
consists i rbormostly of Jewelry and


day and Tomorrow

Prank Parker Stockblridige

'DAIMENTALS for fanuhies
met an old friend the other
in a little New England vil-
The last time I had seen
he was earning $-15,000 a
-and spending it---in Chica-
The slump broke him; he lost
ib, his home, everything but
Little he could raise as a loan
)s life insurance*
,e bought a lit f mucup
ihe tol me. "' h uk
'man its the world, because
b~fe has soved common sense.
is her idea for us to~ get back I
ie soil atid 'live oh ne~xt to
ng until things get better.
Ye're raising a lot of our food*
ngout our old lths nwro ke
om imp to that lid it
pLt' i is ta we fie i.
hlrnthink it's wonderful.
eath is better than ever,
n't owe a cent, and while
not laying up anything yet.
haven't any luxuries, we've
Ithe fundamentals -of com-
leexistence. And what else
body ned ?,,
ny.. neod) f 'ends
publisher friend snt me the
day, twelve books. "'m
these out to sell for fit-
ents a copy," he wrote. "P've
n idea that millions of people
never had a chance to rerd
rest works of the great writ,-
and I'm going to try to ,sup-

a ther-f makes a busaine~s
s ro not,Hheei ad ing a
bent in selecting the books
)print. "The Way of All
',is, tf-thTink, the greatest
eer written in the English
e.And the list includes
others which are as inter-
the second or tenth time
ing, such as "G~reen Man-
"Alice in Wonderland,',
lawyer "Under the Green-
re," and "Treasure Isl-
name but a few.
books were never cheaper
re widely available than
today. And there is no
companion, no sounder
of culture, no keener stim-
the imagination than a

.still popular
r Walker's resignation un-
has not affected his popu-
with the average New
New York people take *1
view of political graft.
nin the street honestly
*ha *.elenrydpublic 8 fticial
make money for himself,
disclosures of huge sums
the Mayor of New York
aksthe average vote,
at he is a pretty smart

Women Injured

By Automobile

Mrs. Doris Abrams, 26, of 134
N. 10. Third St. suffered injuries
to her back and right hip Thurs-
day when she was struck by a
motor car which, police say, was
driven by Mrs. G. W. Hilsabeck,
N. E. Second avenue and Second
Mrs. Abrams was crossing the
street a short distance from the
intersection when she was struck.
Mrs. Hilsabeck told police she
sounded her horn, and that Mrs.
Abrams stepped back into the
path of her motor ear. Mrs. Ab-
rams was taken to Jackson Mem-
drial hospital.
Slight injuries were received by
Mrs. B. Stein, 57 8. E. Sixth St.,
wvhen her motor car and one driv-
en by Mlrs. Rose ]Levin, 1869 S. W.
'Twelfth stt~ee~t, collided at 8.
Miami avenue and 4th St.

Jewish Women

Aid Ad Dnive

In the campaign which begins
next Tuesday, September 20th,
throughout the city of Miami for
the purpose of raising an adver-
tising fund of thirty-five thousand
dollars to be expended for news-
paper and radio advertising in the
Nor h, designed to bring tu it

eral Jewish women will take an
active part. Participating in the
original conferences was Mrs. I.
Levin who appointed Mrs. H. I.
Homa, Mrs. Louis Zeients, Mrs.
Wal~ter Bishof ;and Mrs. Harry
ifevin who will be in charge of
and responsible for the -solicita-
tion in individual districts. Work-
ing as members of teams are Mrs.
Ben Axelroad and Mrs. Sydney
L. Wemntraub.

The Talmud T]orah of the Mi.
ami Jweish Orthodox Congrega-
tion began its sessions last Wed-
nesday afternoon at the Synago-
gue with Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
in charge. New registration of
those desiring to attend will be
held daily beginning at 4 p. m.
to 6 p. m. every day except Fri-
day.. Parents who desire their
children to receive a thorough
Jewish training are urged to reg-
ister their children immediately...


Friday, September 16,

pe.tie' p" l plH s e pb tes
principal, ,Rabbi Axelrod, a~

Thos bl asswill meet e
Wednesday evening, 8 o'co
;the synagogue, and will be
ducted ty the rabbi. It is
membership this year.andna
of this class is to continued
school work in an adva ced
ner. In addition to t a
there ela od weekly debate
popua moensbjects,hi
ical plays, an athletic club
library. The initialmetn
this group will take place at
home of the rabbi, Wen
evening, September 21, at:
o~c oc .
4 Young Ladies' Hebrew
Continued on Page 4

ing was her daughter, Mrs. Jen-

niAloatrgoertmmber of the younger
Miami set attended the dance
sponsored by the Junior Hadassah
at tthM Coral Giables Doauntr ed
other entretainment was greatly
enjoyed by the guests. In charge
of arrangements were Miss Bea
Solen,, Miss Eveleyn Jamison
M mallanna MrackenMies olsotler

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Miami Beach Notes


Reliable Dependa
Exgperienced Orga
And Trying To Maintain Al
Warle Scale

Miami Federati

Of MuiSIlall
LOUIS J. NETT~, Secreta
Phone 2-3912


The BETTER Kind of Printing
At Reasonable Prices
I'h. 2-3261 435 W. Flagler St.


Crystallized Prait ...2....Sk
Checlate Coated Fruit 70(I
3 lbs Assorted Chesolte

and Fralt, on~ly --..
Kittchen and Sales:
422 S. W. 22ND AVER~J
Phone 2-5723

Honest, Courteous Service.
N. W. 7th Ave, at 28th Street


Automobile oawnrs can ha-e
once ev-ery month
Carbon eleanerd. ralves grenad, motor eleand, ll mechanical
adjastmenlts body repairs, tire repairs and limited road service
Jamn the
National Motor Clinic
18215 S. W. 7th St, Phoea 2-4028
An a y on ely $1.@ initiative fe uan two adolrs each meth
Tb Keep Year Car la Perfct Shape
No chrge made for ay labr Prts eal are hargd for
Oulr satisfiad earstomers ar our bet reference '
Calll uad wet will duemostrate




J. S. Fie~l left last week for
New York city on a combined
business a e--pleaisure trip. Re-
turning he will visit his niece,
Mlrs. S. Goldberg, in Philadelphia.

Dr. Albert Lippman of the Mor-
risania hospital in New York city
is vsiiting his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mfrs. J. S. Fields, at their
home in Holleman Park. Dr.
Lippman is a member of the Phi
Delta Epsilon fraternity.
Temple Israel Sisterhood enter-
tained at the home of Mrs. Bert
L. Reisner last Monday afternoon
at a dessert bridge for the benefit
of the Temple. A large number
of residents attended and among
the out of town guests present
were Mesdames M. Halperin of
New York city, J. Green of New
York city, and Miss Eva Rubin of
Boston, Mass. This was the first
gi seni 1'eor btr ge which wl
homes of different members for
the benefit of the organization's
funds. Prize winners at this 1
bridge were Mrs. Mendel Cromer,
Mrs. J. Simpson and Mrs. P. Sch-
einberg. The next bridge wlil be
that of a dessert bridge at the
homie of M~rs. J. A. Richter on
Monday, September 26, at 2 p. m.

Mliss Janice Brill of M~iami Beach
lef lt tSunchly to enter the Flo -
Tallahassee. .,a

laIabbit and hi am Joea ihE.r Cp

dnsCog aion maorrie 110 Mi
ing their marriage at M~ontreal,
Can.. September 1st. Following
the wedding ceremonies in which
t we of the Rabbi's cousins, Rabbi
Friedman, and Rabbi Routenberg
assisted, the couple went for a
stay of several days at the Lau-
rent~ian >its-. On their way to re-
turn to make their home in Mli-
ami. they- -toppetd at New York
zcty, where they- spent two days~. ~~t

Mlrs. S. M. Machtei is now con- i
va!e~scing at her home where she i
retrurned last Fridfay from the

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IE T Ybb S. hMac tei f Dnder

o Sunday morning at 10 a. m. on I
otooooooooooonsoooo*Qo~~et "cA Peculiar People."' Ini addition
Alpert, Tuesday night. Plans for to the sermon there will be pray-
the coming year were discussed ers, hymns, scripture; reading and
and preparations for the formal a question box.
tea to be held at the EvergladesvatinoabuamnhatM-
Hotiel on September 25, were an-amBec.

tini o n Mis caudsoteithease har The Hebrew Athletic Cub held i
man of the arrangements commit- K
tee, Miss Millie Dreisenr will be a rally last Monday night at Kap-
chairman and she will be aided by lnhl hnmmesadter
Regge Godsten an Harietfamilies were the guests of the
K~antor. Following the business club. The president Murray Gross-
meeingan nteestng rogamman introduced the guests and
meetinresnte Stantontig ror Fields presi-
delicious refreshments were serv- prsne tno
ed I dent of the Dramatics League of
$ Miami whose organization were
The next meeting of the Jun- seen in a splendid playlet "Mad-
ior Council of Jewish Women, will mnsRtiuin"I h at
be held at the home of Miss Syl- wr m altIvn at,
via Dreisen, 1617 N. W. 10th St., Mary Ann Kamins, Ruth Davis,
Tuesday evening, September 20, Bernice Watts, Natalie Pallott,
beginning at 8 o'clock. All mem-ad Hry Kmis Muay
bersare rgedtoatend.Grossman was the director and
Stanton Fields assisted by Ellis
The nxt meting f the HeKlein and Sidney Levine were in
brew Athletic club will be heldchreotesae.
Tuesday evening, September 20,Jaolwnwathporrma
beginning at 8 o'clock at the see.
ond floor of No. 122 N. Miami te n hs cmite ae
Ave. All members are urged to at Msr.RyodBiHry
tend. Important matters will be Oliphant, Alex Goldstein, and
presented for considerationMorsRbn
among which will be the report of MxGlsen wsapitd
the House Committee headed by M Codti a pine
~lir. Jack A4pte. chariman of the entertainment

31rs. E. Herman of 842 N. W. cmi es~ lcaurt
3rd St., this city returned thisnes sioDabd eaincG
haftrana o e r manhean xSimne iHy In. N tc
in a New YSork hospital where she
the members.

cMts pFrsancesd Druce rman re

ctal.o Thheear pils, wo ispuanyea s
old, played a program of compo-
istions by Bach, Mozart, Chopin,
Haydn and featuring three of
Mana-Zucca's compositions. She
played with fine clear technique
and artistic interpretation. She
will repeat the recital at Mana-
Zucca's home at an early date.
Refreshments were served at the
close of the recital by Mrs. Har-
ry Freed, mother of the artist.
** I
A regular meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau will be held next
Monday afternoon, September 19,
beginning at 2 o'clock at Kaplan
hall. Important business parti-
cularly with reference to relief
work for the New Year holidays
w\ill be discussed. All members
are urged to be on hand promptly.
MIore than nine tables of bridge
were in play last Sunday night at
the home of M~rs. J. L. Hartz at
a benefit bridge for Beth David
Talmud Torah. Prizes for high
scores were awarded to Mesdamos
Louis W'einkle, Chas Goldstein,
Is-idor Cohen, Barney Wreinkle,

W'einkle. During the evening de-



With the return of Rabbi L.
Axelrod and Mrs. Axelrod, to
Miami Beach, the Beth Jacob
synagogal activities are to be re-
sumed as before.
1. Talmud Torah.
Registration of pupils will take
place every day from 3:00 until
6:00 p. m., at the new home of
Rabbi Axelrod, 836 Pennsylvania
Ave., Miami Beach.
The Rabbi will be personally in
charge of the Hebrew school, and
the students can be assured of
receiving a thorough Hebrew edu-
2. Sunday School*
The- Beth Jacob Sunday School
wlil be conducted this year by
staff of competent teachers,
with the rabbi as acting princi-
pal, and plans are afoot to make
st isoonhol ionnehoef eirfonomo
With carefully prepared lesson

hledtr n nwillt acu reteachw rk
knowledge of the outline of Jew-
sh history, Jewish religion, cus-
oms and practices, systematically
lnd rapidly. The school will also
:ater to the recreational needs of
ts members, and will. have re~glar
,icnics and enocertsf. A special
teacherr will give instruction n i

underwent an serious operation,
Mrs. Victor Mell and son re-
turned'to the city last Tuesday
on the Clyde line af ter as absence ;
of several months spent visiting
relatives and friends in New York
and other cities.

Rev. S. Shemer is now at his
home after having been a patient
at the Hospital recent.
Mrs. I. L. Seligman and Mrs.
Ben Watts left last week to ar-
rive at the bedside of their father
M\r. Abr~aham Barnett of Cleve-
land. Ohio. They- arrived .just in
time to see their father who died
last Friday and was intered with
impressive services last Sunday.
>fr. Barnett was a retired merch-

Jackson~~ Memorial HospIital w-here fant and hadl been an active figure
shr un!derw-ent an apendc~tomy. ~in the Orthodoxs Jewish life of
iClev-eland ever since his arrival
Rabb~i anf M~rs. Lazarus Axel- there some thirty odd y-ears ago.
red~ w-ho returnedc rto M~iami Beach 1He was- an activ-e communal work-
af~ter spending the summer in er not only for the religious ac.
Cacsada are nowf making thnerir tivities of the community-, but for

the welfare wrorkr as w-ell.
MIr. Jack LewHis prominent com-
Imunal w-orker of Baltimore, Mld..
and member of the State Board of
U~ndertakiers for Mlaryland, ac-
rivezd here last Friday- to spend a

home at 56;3 Pen~nsy-lvania Ave..
MI-:.mnI Beach.

A larget number of m~embers at-
ttended the las: mleeting~ of the
Juniozr Council o~f Jefish! Women
at the home of Mi~s Beatrice

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day September 16, 1982


A mail-order house
pockets ofits men's
putting them in the
Even in times like
the wvearer notices

i I I
Did you hear abou tthe man
who reckoned his credit was good
because he returned from his va-
cat~ion, he .found .thirty bottles of
cream on the porch ?
A man is not called "Colonel
just because he parts his hair
with military brushes.

out trying to get ads, and New
Year greetings. Treat them as a
friend. Welcome them, because
you are thus aiding your own
cause, your own particular organ-





SGet yourself a set of photo print playing cards. Every
Sone of the set of 52 cards will have your picture, or that of

Sany of your friends. Use them for bridge, club parties, social
affairs.~ Splendid for gifts on any occasion.


not smaller than 1-inch by 2-inches and not larger than 8-

inches by 5-inches, together with a year's subscription of $2.
to The Jewish Floridian, and we will forward you the complete
deck of cards within ten days. Or send $;1.00 for set of cards
without subscription.

P. O. BOX 2878

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even mention it." This time after
a day of complaints, I, too, felt
the irresistible urge and gave way
to it. And in the gentlest of
voices, "'Pardon me, Madam, are
you a subscriber to our *paper ? "
'"No,"' was the reply. "Is your
husband who runs a rather nice
retail business, an advertiser in
our columns ?" And again we are
told "No." "Perhaps you wMIl give
us a New Year greeting on the
Jewish New Year and thus afford
us a little revenue."
And again the answer is "No."
We could go on without pause
and tell you innumerable stories
of this kind, if we but cared to
try your patience. But to what
avail ?
Of course, a newspaper runs it-
self .. of course, a newspaper
does not need subscribers who pay
their subscriptions when called on
and do not force one to return
dozens of times forthe small sum
of two dollars .. of course, a
newspaper does not skeed adver-
tisements or revenue of any kmnd.
But it DOES NEED people
throughout the city, throughout
the State who wil tell the Editor
or publisher what to do. -It DOES
NEED self-constitui~ed mentors of

EXILE there's Typhoid IIar
In a little cottage on North
Island in the East River, near
New York, lives a woman in her
sixties who is kept in seclusion
because she is a menace to the
public health. She herself is in
perfect health, but she is a "ty-
phoid carrier."
"Typhoid Mary," as this woman
is known, was a cook. Wherever
she work gople who ate the
food sh handled came down with
typhoid fever. Fifty-seven cases
some df them fatal, were traced
drclto her!
Individualists who thnik nobody
should be restrained for any cause
sometimes protest against isola-
tion of "Typhoid Mary." She ob-
jected at first, but now is recon-
ciled to living the rest of her days
in comfort at public expense.
Her case illustrates the fact that
the good of the whole social or-
ganization is more important than
the liberty of the individual.

Excessive exposure to the sun,
says a French medical man, dan-
gerously excites some brain cells
and deadens others. I presume
the effect is most noticeable upon
unexposed observers, where brain

sews up the Speaking of Autos: Have you
suits before heard about the man who tot 20
parcel post. miles out of a gallon and six
the present, 'months out of a quart?

"Well, old man, and what did
you do on your trip to Paris?"
"Oh, nothing to write home.

Those scientific fellows setting
South for Madagascar to take pie-
tures of the "man-eating tree"
do not anticipate much danger, as
they be lieve that even if such a
tree exists, its bark is worse than
its bite.

Hard times have hit all of us,
wtihout distinction. Bandtis who
used to make their escape in "a
large green touring car," now
drive away from the scene in a
"amall1 roadster."

Why are weak-minded men us-
nally headstrong ?
The future is what we hoped
Ithe past might be but wasn't.

Life is short, and it only takes
two seconds to fight a duel.

Heroic measures are several
Sizes too large for the average

it after a

Artists criteize both the eagle
and the effigy' of Washington on
the new 25-cent piece. Only un-
'swerving patriotism induces them
even to regard it as money.

A youth operated on in Illinois
was found to have two appen-
die.The sric trades foresee
dices wae urgiparosperity if the
fad catches on.
1 !
A wild life editor is asked if
there is any quadruped that tray.
els sideways. Other than the rock-
ing chair on a summer hotel
porch, we can think of none.
ii i
Peace has its ensualties no less
pathetic than war's. A hotel diner
in Indianapolis reports dislocating
a thumb while trying to break a
French roll.

the public morals to tell you that'e5 ar cecnr
you must not support any parti- !II
cular candidate for office; that Old gentleman, browsing in
you must not accept certain ads, book store, 'Last Days of Pom-
and publish certain news or edi- peii'--h'm! What did he die oft"
trials. It must carry propaganda Clerk: "I'm not sure. Some
for very public institution and sort of eruption, I believe."
organization, for so its officers III
demand. Romantic Archibald, on bended
What about helping in a con- knee: "Won't you ever look with
create way, you merchants-WMhat favor upon my suit?"
about paying your subscriptions "I don't want to appear rude,"
when they become due without admitted Annabelle, "but I think
trying to evade an honest debt ? it needs cleaning and pressing."
What about helping in an honest, 'I I
decent, constructive manner so Radio never will be wholly sat-
that you yourselves may benefit? isfactory to the listener until he
One of these days we shall get can turn off unpopular programs
up curae eoughto ublclywith a click that will be heard in
up courage en ugh to pubil the studio.

Pennsylvinia congressman
been nominated by Demo-


The telephone bell jingles
il.No, none but the Editor
sef can take care of this very
ortant matter. So we throw
eth ebusinebs of the moment
go t othe phone. "What do
think of the news"? is the
tqusetion hurled at us, but
ore we get the opportunity of
lying, the voice (that of a very
imble Miami Beach gentle-
n) continues, "W7nho worked,
o labored, who suffered for my
~?" Who gave him an edu-
;ion, who raised him to ~what he
today, if not his bro~the~r atid
"And now the paper writes a
e article about what a wonder-
writer my son is, and they say
rt he is a brother of some one
the Beach." "Not a word about
.I'm still living .
S..Nu, and you keep quiet
Essay nothing." We try to con-
athe old gentleman and to
hehis ire. After all, his was
anguish and the care, and the
ern.He, too, should be giv-
at least a minimum of credit.
.An irate old man, one who
respected by the community
his sincerity as well as piety,
isus on the street. "Are you
gto ke ep q uiet ?" Will you
mit such outrages to exist and
tne"These are shot at us
)oteven the slightest chance
now what it's all about. We
aton him slowly and indus-
usy. At last we elicit the
t.It appears that he is a Mo-
SHe is engaged to perform a
:ucision for an observant
rihparent's baby and then he
tod that a non-Jewish doctor
Perform the rite. He tells us
)t we know to be a fact. That
such circumcisions, unless duly
ormed according, to the ritual
down by Jewish law is, so far
Jews are concerned, the same
mfte dbab Yhad never been
at what can we do about it?"
then came the volcanic erup-
n.Words of denunciation, ana-
Imcondemnation in language
)voice that caused all the

5 ort irn to renthe se ee
tof it, of course, was that it
athe duty of the Jewish paper

Bmhp nig P than, he to
as right.
8. "I am rather surprised- at
sl," says a woman's voice on the
moe. "We had a card party at
House last week and your didn't

crats, Republicans and Prohibi-
tionists. His platform, we under-
stand, is one of those revolving

actor was telling
blasted romance

SI! i
SA sheik often turns feminine
t heads--in the wrong direction.
I !
When a girl goes gunning for a
husband she should keep her pow-
ider dry.


the story
of years


of his

"And so," he said to

thetic friend, "I never married."
"Do you mean," asked the
friend, "that her father came be-
tween you and the girl "
"Well," said the actor, "not so
much between as behind."
i i i
Married men, declares a fem-
inine columnist, should always
wear rings. On their fingers, she
appears to mean, as well as in
their noses.
i I I
A beauty expert states that a
woman's dressing table should be
"between two windows." And not
before a window, across the way,
with a man near it,
i I I
Government statistics show a
surprising decrease in divorce
since the depression. These are
days when a wealthy man is
k no w nby the w if e he does n' t
Six banjo-playing burglars are
held by the police in Chicago.
Burglars have a right to be mu-
sical, but why pilek on the banjo?

The foreman reported that the
jury were unable to agree upon
a verdict. The judge reproved
them, saying that the case was a
very clear oite, and remanded
them back to the jury room for
'further deliberation. "And if you
do not reach an agreement before
.evening," the judge added, "I will
'have twelve suppers sent in to

you sy it please Your Honor,"
spoke up the foreman, "you had
'better make it eleven suppers and
one bundle oh ya.'

"Once I saved a man's life, but
II neve gt medal for it."

"A gentleman, considerably in-
itoxicated, came home to his apart-
ren ad hured no the h t
'would have been scalded to death,
only r happened to be janitor of
/the beliding and there was no hot
water." `

When a man is swamped in spe-
culation a lot of wreckage comes
to the surface.
Si I
Some people owe their goodness
to the fact that they have never
been tempted.

Pride is aT weed that sometimes
chokes the choicest flowers in the
human heart.
If f
The average woman can change
her whole mind in half the time it
takes a man to change his collar.

What a sociable wrold this
would be if a man's neighbors
Were half as glad to see him on
his return from a month's trip as
he thin ks the y ou gh t .tobe !

Ex-King Alfonso is said to be
starting a hatless fad in France.
Alfonso, you will recall, is the one
who, just before his flight, came
so near starting a headless~ fad in

rectors, officers and
'Jwish i stitutions, i

want Jewish trade .
the wrt k'nd!"

o~ aI~
"Machers" in
but wo dt m

They are

We say all this because the
Jewish Floridian Ihas kept pub-
lishing all through the hard sum-
mer months. We have always felt
that a paper, particularly a Jew-
ish weekly in this section of the
country fills a crying need. It
is the only medium that help
keep alive Jewish sentiment, Jew-
ish news, arnd Jewish activities.
The Jeivish New Year is ap-
proaching fast. Our solicitors are


The things of kings
Seem more supreme
And fuller
Of each quality
That makes things things
Than mine.

'When I shall part with you
I would Iwere making
To shed a tear.

An Illinois man shot his wife
because she let dirty dishes ac-

cu 18bl en hecm to whe n
abandoned good old Illinois sim-
plicilty, and installed a sink.

We will believe that aviation
has really arrived when we see a
tw~wo-passenger airpllllan go by
with seven or weight high school
students seated in it.






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The rabbi has been requested *o
oe na class for ladies, principal-
ly for members of the Hadassah
and give instruction in conversa-
tional tebrewhooks and prepared
kesson sheets will be used. These
courses will be open to ladies of
Miami Beach, seeking to master
the Hebrew language, in a mod-
ern anld- sceintific manner: and
Ithus enable the mto carry on con-
versation with other after a few
months of study. Time and place
of these courses will be announced
later. They wfill probably take
place two mornings each week at
the synagogue. 'llbe rabbi will
be pleased to hear from prospee-
tice! students.
5. Wirami Beach Jewish Social
** **

'YguR so-nar~ I plead s gnotl
"Bunt the testimony abowts b
it Is 25 per cent woater."'

'milk' in your dictlanarry you nP
Aind it containa fromr 80 to 90 pa
cent water. My~ client should has(
sold it for cream."

Coleslaw--That new maid is ce
tainly quiet. One would news
know she was about the place.
Mrs. C.---She isn't. She left tbl
morning. lshdgil Jr
don't you think?"
"Very. Everythin sh san
casts a reflection on somebody.


jack for the nerve specialists.

"Nothing but troubles ever
seem to hatch out to a love nest."

Outdoor N'ote: Ants, we read,
can lift weights which are tre-
mendous as compared with their
own. ~Wasps and bees also can
raise quite good-sized lumps.

A high schools is an institution
in which children play and rest
until they become hopeless, when
they are committed to a college.

'ieables Cared by Electric

No pay if not relieved
For Particaulas Address
P. O. Box r17, Miam Baeah

50c Per Foot $1.00 Both Feet
Banom too Phone 2-47ss

On The Craiser

Down ynela Bay
1 day of sport, bank and chan-
nel Ashing.

:O, Tuesday, Thursd~ay, Saturday
and Sunday at 9:30 a. m.
Betnn"n 5:" p. m -
We Cater to Special Charter

i tr aaory cause.
Mr. W-elt, brother of Mrs. Mior- ***
ris Dubbin, arrived from N'e D.adMs.B lcerrtr-
Yor. H wil sendthewinered after a two month's absence
here as the guests of Mr. sad Mrs. spn i e Yr
uojin at the Mdonter~eyJ *p *n *e Ta
Hotel. rs. A. Hirshkorn and Mdrs. L
Abrams returnd from New York
Rabbi S. M. Machtei founder weete pn the last six
and director of the Radio Syna- weeks.
gog, spent Monday here attend- ***
ing to important matetr. Mr. and Mr. H. Blicher have
moved into their new location, 429
Among the Jewish boys and Clematis, where they will be
girls leaving for college this week pleased to see all their friends.
were: Adeline Goldstfein. EU sa-
belle Scher. Beatrice Davidson,
Harry Goodman, George ENJOY 1
berg, Harry~finPn Bergman and Samrnl Highl Holid
The regular weekly meeting of Miami Jewir
the Junior Hebrhew Club was held
W'ednesday- night, September 7i, at Rogre
the Community HousEe in honor of 155S .
the members whfo were leaving RO~SH H
for college. Resignation of Sam R EGINNhrING EVENcING
Green, vice president was accept- YOM I
ed, after which Bella Goldbergl BEGINNING EVENIN
was unanimously chosen as their W
new vice president. Various plans; RABBI JONA
were made and following the
meeting a debate was held with CANTOR ALEXA
George Fein, Sylvia Feiga, and TICK(ETS: $1.50
Sam Green on the negative side,j Get your tickets at the synagog
Selma Karfunkle, Harry Good-l on, or SundayF mornings, or frol
mark, and George Greentberg onl


lay Services
sh Orthodox

-$2.50 $3.50
gue every evening from 9 o'clock
m any member of the committee

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Atlantic City, N. J.

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Miami-Mather Co., E-m3 N. Miamni Ave.

American or European Plan
Hot and Cold Sea Water in All Baths
Complete Garage Pacilfties
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(the affimative ide. The win- Mdrs. Simon arrived home after 'hisoi wln me
6* + i~+ ~E~ mr 6er th 6 6 AA& & &AA 4 Fol- visiting Newruk N. Y., Clare. tivities immi atdy fe
& WESTCI PALM BEACH (r ei toe metn n cee course mount, N. J. far the last twol Hith Holidao coe.ys, or towards the
O o 9. p 9 9 9 9 P, 9~ 9~ 0, 9 assrved after which dancing months. **6.LtFrdyEeng

ofl rglrJ te aepeo ber ent dh el~ Th use eno-Idanhe or Madl .an Golsteoink ThSer .services will be contir
heregfula ya4e wth the Rabbi, Dr. ing the meeting were: Sara Wein- Goldstein of Palm Beach left last som time in November, when
BCar 1, Hra officiating. Fol- er, Rosalie Rosenberg, Bella Gold- Sunday to attend the Women's subjects and g nral prgoram
lowing the services a speech is berg, Selma Karfunkle, Ann and State College at Tallahassee, Fla. be announed eahwe
delivered by the Rabbi. Sylvria Dunn, Sylvia Feiga, Fan- She wass the first Jewish girl *,o
*nie Schrebnick, and Lorr Gold, win a medal in an essay contest The elevator and the al
M1r. and Mrs. Jacob Sneider Max Bergman, George Greenberg, sponsored by the Palm Beach Ci- clock have done more than
left Thursday for Washington and Harry Goodmark, David Good- vitan Club. other inventions to help men
New, York, where they will pur. mark, Dan Lewis, Jerry Alexan- in the world.
chas-e stock for thei rnew store Ider, and Sam Green. I !im !e c Noe l okadn lym
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A4 benefit card party will be
held Sunday night at the M~on-
terey Hotel oin Clematis ASve., at
8 o'clock. Proceeds will go to the
Jewish W~elfare Bureau of the
Palm Beaches. The public is in-
vited to attend. Friends in Mi-
ami are invitedto attend as it is


S** *
Mir. Miorris MHoss returned Mon-
day where he w~as a deguate from
the W~orkmen's Circle.
Mir. and M1rs. Fein left for a
trip to New Yiork and various oth-
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