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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 9, 1932
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63 v. : ;


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Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (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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Vol. 5. No. 49.

A Layman Speaks


None has greater respect for
hose who become clothed' after
rears of study and deprivation,
pith the title "Rabbi than your
rumble writer. So that, whatever
: may say is with a thought of
lirecting their attention to some-
;hing constructive, rather than to
To you Rabbis, who are now
making of general social work to
attempt to attract the youth, may
[ not most respectfully direct your
attention to the sad experiences of
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, one of
;he most prominent Rabbis of the
country Backed by a congrega-
tion whose wealth is unlimited,
who spared no effort to erect a
immunityy centre, to hold social
affairs and dances, to do every-
;hing that even only the wildest
dreams could imagine, Rabbi Sil-
ver of Cleveland after two years
>f work admitted without qualifi-
:ation that his whole work was
wasted. He stated definitely that
his experiences convinced him that
those young men and women who
*am1e to dance, were not b;y that
method brought closer to any syna-
gogue. He reiterated his definite
belief that only by appealing to
the -young peo~plekagenes ofa th cr
duty to their own people could
they be brought to a reahization of
their duty to the Synagogue. A
Community Centre has its place,
no doubt, but it is the laymen's
We have closer and more vital
problems affecting us NOW. What
ahout education? Is it not a dis-
trace for Greater 1Miami Jewry
that with four synagogues in its
midst that the children attendinE
the daily Talmud Torahs do not
reach a total of seventy-five. Sev-
eral years ago when the perman-
ent population was less, M~iami's
Dnly Talmud Torah carried a regu-
lar daily attendance of more than
Bne hundred and twenty-five*
Where lies the fault ? Cannot all
congregations unite in a general
campaign to arouse the interest of
Greater Miami Jewry in the ap-
paling lack of Jewish training giv-
en to our children ? Where are
bou Rabbis, on this, which to you
shouldd be most important ?
Need we mention the situation
in Greater Miami, where, even
though the City ordinances provide
penaltiess for violations, restau-
rants are permitted to perpetrate
Irauds upon the unsuspectingy pubc'
lie by carrying algns "Hebrew",
"merican Kosher", "Kosher
tyle ,, "Jewish Cooking" and
similar misleading phrases.
eeare you, good Rabbis, when
htwhich you assert la one of the
11 principles of the Jewish faith
HOopenly involved ? Are you afraid
face the issues ?
SShall we again direct your atten-.

on to the needs of the Jewish
elaeBureau? How many of
hoewho are talking, are willing
actively work in the interests
This worthyr organization in an
etive concrete-way?
owabout the eem~etery aftwa-
onthat is bueognias ..oae~aer .less

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Miami, Florida, Frday, DecemberB 9sS 12Priea: v et

Who arrived here last week
to assume his duties as Rabbi
of Beth David Congregation.

Lodge Elects
Fine as Head

With a well nigh unanimous
vote, Isidor Fine, a member of one
of the pioneer Jewish families of
this City ad a o f the late
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fine, founders
of BirtW*Davr~ofia Cong~fregaitw-'a
chosen Worshipful Master of the
oldest Masonic Lodge in this D~is-
trict, the Biscayne Bay Lodge.
Mr. Fine who has been active in
s ve wri ftohe organizatio n h"
Lodge during the past years and
has established a splendid reput~-
tion and' a large number of friends
for both his ritualistic work as
well as fair mindedness and at-
tention to communal affairs.
Others chosen at this meeting
were Jack Clingen as Senior War-
den, Joe Brown as Junior Warden
and Russell Hand,. well known in-
surance agent as Seeretary.
The officers will be installed at
la banquet to be held during the
Latter part of htis month.

Drive is Begun

Determining to realize the
achievement of Miami's desire for
a: community center the Hebrew
Athletic Club at a meeting held
this week authorized its house
cmmittee to conclude the lease of
te old Library quarters at 8. W.
Sixteenth Ave .and Fifth St. The
spciu gunds will be convert-
edint baskoet ball, volley ball and
handball courts. The interior of
th building will be adapted
the gmnainum, dance hall and elub
qato gmnsi The two buildings on
qh ro tide will be used for club
pae oses'eof the new community
cete will be in with a gala
centere which will be held at the
smoer wurter of the Club on Dec.
nlh ew qua rs a 8 o'clock. The
14tha beginnilngde several brief
pdrogramwi ine armit Rabbis
add rl y e esses1 b y ro m of va ude -
vil Pdote'hnyte etigag events.
H~e rd o m ert 11 be served.

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187 N. B. Ninetent~h Street
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael, Miami's Reform Congregation
187 N. E. 19th 'Street, Friday eve-
ning 8:15 Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will speak on' the subject "The
Quality of the~ Ci'tizens Determines
the Greatness of a Cityrk The pulb-
lie is welcome. "~
Religious Scho~ol .meets Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock, special He-
brew classes assimible at 9:80 and
the Temple Orchesitra meets at 9

City and the welfare.of the tax-
. Ray Russell former Mayor of
Coconut Grove, presided' and a
:na~mber of prominent businesses agnn
and civie workers spoke darlag thei~
eenming. '


1545 8. W. Third Street
Regular Friday evening services
begin at 5:30 with the late Open
Forum services at 8:15 when the
Rabbi will preach on "Jewish Cus-
toms and Ceremonies". This is the
;second of a series of lectures on
this subject which is' attracting
great attention. Saturday morn-
ing services being at 9 a. m. Min-
cha services at 4:45 followed by
Shalosh Saudah ceremonies and
Marriv. Regular daily services are
held every morning at 8:30 a. m.


Mami eac
L. AXELROD.' Rabbi

Friendly Inn

Be s Work

An important meeting .of the
Hebrew Friendly Inn was heldi last
Wednesday night with Baron de
Ijirach Meyer P~residing. Various
committees waere named and pldrhs
fbr the housing and feeling of

hee hoe ean pedT lto oerbn.
the organization will again be usid
this year. The need for dining
room furniture and bedroom equip-
ment is very urgent and an ap-
peal is being made. Heading the
house committee is Mrs. R. Yanes
and Mr. I. L. Mintzer is chairman
of the board of directors, a list of
whose names will appear in our
next issue.

SeRIOr 1188888811
To Hold Meetin~

The first open meeting of the
season for Senior Hadassah will
be held on Monday, December 12,
at the Acacia Club in the Con-
gress building, beginning promptly
at 2 o'clock' sharp. The principal
speaker of the evening will be Rab-
bi Max Shapiro of Beth David
Congregation. Mrs. Max Dobri~n
will speak on "Current Events,"
a reading of Fanny Hurst's Hum-
oresque will be given by Miss
Grace Berg, and Miss Alice Col-
lins will be heard in imitations of I
.Iirds. An Ianforrmql..s~ciaL..hour 1
will folow. The public is invited
to attend.

WOrkmen's Circle

Holds Affair

The first affair of the season of
the Workmens Circle was held last
Sunday night at its hall, 701 N.
W. Fifth Ave., when a literary and
musical program was enjoyed dur-
ing the supper that was served.
Folk songs were enjoyed and
joined in by all present. Mr. Ham-
burger gave a reading and Mr'
Riegel sang a number of songs.
The next skipper being sponsored
by the organization and its Wom-
en's Club will be held on' Decem-
ber 18th, beginning at 6 o'clock.

Artist to

Give Recital

Miss Evelyn Plagman Jones
well known pianist in local musical
circles will be presented in a con-
cert by the University of Miami
Conservatory of- Musie~ at Recital
hall,- 4th St. and N. E. 2nd Ave,
on Tuesday evening December 13,
at 8:80 o'clock. A~sistin% Miss
Jones will be Walter,.Grossman,
cellist, and H;1eri Flanagan, so-
prano. The publlic is invited to at.
te~nd. No charges wfill be made.

A debate resolving the United
States should cancel the allied war
debts will be sponsored by the
committee on education of Beth

David Congregation at 8 p. m.
Sunday. Louis Bandel will speak
in the affirmatitre and M. P. To-
bias, negative. Judges will be
Judge A. 4Small, Judge D. J.
Hetternan anit Rabbi Carl Press,
Isidor Cohen will prealde.

c Who is conducting a vigorous
"""""ig '"r "'"""""io "
Mayor of Miami Beach.

M a8 o0 lIOay p Early services will begin tonight
Di cuses Plan ..1 pe. m. to be followed by the
8 late services at 8:30 when a lecture
"Heaven and Earth", based on! the
Before an audience which crow- Idream of Jacob, will be given by
ded the capacity of the Cove Inn at the Rabbi. A Junior sermonette
Miami Beach, Mayor Val C. Cleary by Sol Forden will follow. Sing-
delivered a stirring address arous- i ng will be by Cantor Schlachman,
ini the listeners to enthusiastic the question box and responsive

readings by the rabbi. Saturday
morning services begin at 9 a. m.
and the Jewislh discourse at 10:30
a. m. on the portion of the week
a LvautnLtr _.Cnowd~uany .rSb- a son a

applause, He read his platform
of two years ago and showed that
he had kept faith with all the peo- i
/ple. He decried the attempt -,
Idivida the. City into. +.
urged his hearers to realize that
for the successful administration of
a growing City, the Mayor must

represent al" citizes, Tht onw:"!

benefit. Mayor Cleary deplored the
Lack of cooperation of the City
Council during the past two years
and urged that a Council in sym-
pathy with the plans outlined by
him be elected to help him carry
on the work.
In answer to a question of a lis-
tener, he said he was in favor of a
Boardwalk and other ~improve-
ments for the Beach as ~soon as
conditions of the budget warranted
them. He insisted that greater
police protection was needed, and
promised a sane enforcement cf
the laws so that a liberal policy
consistent with decency.might: be
carried out. In talking of hte gen-
eral welfare of the community he
declared for the creation of a wel-
fare department wvhich could and
would take care of the peculiar
conditions arising on the Beach,
without appeal to non-Beach citi-
sens and residents. Mayor Cleary
challenged his opponents .to aid
him in eradicating any illegal reg-
istrationsl on the Beach nad point-
ed to the fact that because of such
ilalregistrations he :lost the
Mayoralty in 1928.
Mr. Cleary.,has been a resident
and~ property owner of MIliami
Beach since 1913 prior to the in-
corporation of the City. He served
until 1926 as tax assessor then
served as Justice of the Peace re-
signing last year to devote has en-
tire time to the office of Mayor.
In concluding his addiress,. the
Mayor asked for continued support
of all 0amira Beach citizens later-
eated. in government of the City
in the .interests~ of all the people
and economic ardminstration ..cope
~men~si~e,anyth.,wthbt growth of the

bi Axelrod will conduct a class for
adults in Talmud.


13S N. W.Third Avenule
Max Shapiro, Rabbi.

Regular Friday evening services
begin at 5:30 with the late. Friday
night services sit 8p. m. Rabbi
Shapiro will preach on "What
Price Religion?"! Cantor Louis.
Hayinard trill chant and lead the -"-'
singing.; Following the services
a social hour will be enjoyed. Sat-
urday morning services begin at
8:80 and Mincha services at 5
o'clock. Daily ~Min~yan begins at
7:30 a. m. Tihis Saturday' morn-
ing Rabbi Shapiro will inaugurate
the services of the Junior Congre-
gation beginning at ~0:80 when
special services f~or -th~e ildren
will be held. *---





Frtdsp, Decembw gtji

P... rfo


wil prac Stdymril
Leonard Tobin will deliver the
monette on "Let's Be Fair.
addition to these there will be
sic, prayers, and hymM.Neg
Sunday, December 18, theru
synagog will present a special
gram in honor of the first ag~,
versary of its initial broadcast
During the full hour program, e
week, the following will be a
in addition to Rabbi S. M. hb
tei: Rev. J. L. White of thelFirt
Baptist Chuirch, Miami; Mayor I,
B. Gautier, Miami; Mayor Val (
Cleary, Miami- Beach; Vice-Mll
F. E. Bryant, Coral Gables; Jes
II. Jay, president WIOD Brod.
casting Co.; Gabriel F. Newbury
er, and Leonard Tobin, junior ra.
dio synagog. This anmiversry
program will be broadcast from to
to 11, on Sunday morning, Decee
ber 18.

tee Floridia A. A. U., Miami Bach
Publicity 'Council, Greater Miami
Arbitration Board and the Rod sal
Reel Club*
His friends urge upon the pulblie
the fact that his knowledge of civic
affairs, his ability to work in the4
interest o~f the public entitle ble-
to election to the office he is now

Lloyd Maxwell

while, listening to this song that
within the past years has been
heard on stage and screen as well
as over the air.
Sidney Cohen runs a delicatessen




o erty owner is now an active candi-
sososmsnsasnsao aefor electiontohe imi
Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan will en- ) store. He is a lonely old bachelor Beach City Coun1il 2 a ame t
tertain at a benefit card party for who is so soft-hearted that he i Miami Beach in c92 an me
Temple Israel Sisterhood at her !doesn't even scold the little street ately showed his mettle as anka -
home Wednesday afternoon, De- jgamins when their baseball crash- tive and mndustrious civic wobabl^
cember 14th, beginning at 2 es through his store window! So In construction work he p resi'
o'clock. The public is invited to k'nd-hearted that he begs for the built more strokes during his rei
attend. Prices will be awaarded privilege of supporting, caring for dence here than any other firmn
for high scores and refreshments and loving little Mildred Flannigan on the Beach. Owning vast an
will be served. This is one of a when the death of her mother Ivaried holdings in the Beach he
series of similar affairs being giv- ',leaves her without money or home. has managed to find time to give
en to raise funds for the organiza- Little Mildred is a cripple who his efforts to the upbuilding of the
tion. Takes her play looking on. She general community. In 1928 with-
has a wheel chair for legs and has out any effort on his part he was i
Mrs. Bert Reisner presided at Inever known the excitement of a only 172 votes short of election to I
the meeting of Temple Israel Sis-' game of tag or hop scotch. Shell _JsaeaBpr the Council. At the present tinfe I
terhood -last Monday afternoon in can only imagine how much skill he is working hard and receiving i
the absence of the president. Com- it takes to skip a rope! Cohen the support of the citizens of' the
mittee reports were heard andi adored by children and grandmoth- Beach from every section of the
plans for a series of affairs were ers as "Uncle Sidney," finds the City. Making it his business to
acted on. Major Kaidi~man Man- world bigger, brighter and hap- MIRS. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS atteundi rthe meetigs of the City
del presented a beautiful banquet pier after he has little Mildred to Whose marriage was an event Coni lpetreurlhe as
cloth and a dozen napkins which care for and put to sleep with his orcntde.Seithdah-familiarized himself with the bus-
will be awarded as a prize to the Icrooning, Jew~ish lullabye, but his te f.r n r.E ael iness problems of the City and at
winner of a contest which will be ambition has narrowed down t;o troMran all time has been consistent int de-
held shortly in charge of a com- one thing--to bring back health Grsdono ti ct at lcnd fore demanding that a fair equalization
mittee headed by Mrs. A. I. Magid. and sturdy, romping legs' to Mil- reie tMcn .of taxes with a resulting lower
At this meeting Dr. Jacob H. Kap- dred! rate of taxes be carried into effect.
lan delivered a short inspirational It's a story that tugs at one's freshments will be served. Later His~ many Jewish friends are cam.
talk, Mrs. Henry D. Williams gave Iheart. dancing will be enjoyed. paigning in his behalf.
a travelogue on Florida and Miss *
Grace Berg gave several readings. Mirs. Mlilton Weiner will be host- The seventh annual formal dance ,
A social hour followed in charge ess Friday evening at the late of the Junior Council of Jewish DruggliSt Enters
of Mrs. Jack Bernstein, chairman services of the Miami Jewish Or- Women will be held at the Coral *on i R c
of hospitality. I thodox Congregation immediately Gables Country Club on Wednes- O R &C
** ( after the services, to all the wor- day,Dembr2,einnga
One interested in a real story of I shippers. The public is invited to 9:30 p. m. Dancing and a floor Lloyd M~axwell better known to
the heart should not miss "No attend. 'show w~ill be enjoyed. A special' his many friends as "Doc" Graves
Greater Love" at the Tivoli The- lt ilb evda ml entered the City Council of Miami
atre, Saturday night. For the old Plans for the annual dance of the charge. Beach' race last week at the earn-
timers it's a real treat to hear Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami est request of friends. Doc Graves
Alexander Carr sing little Mildred Jewish Orthodox Congregation toi Coming as a surprise to their came to Miami Beach in 1925 from
to sleep with the song from "Shu- be held next month will be an- many friends was the marriage Clarksburgh, .,,0. Va., where he
lamis", the much loved "Rozhinkes Inounced shortly. In charge of ar- Ilast Tuesday night of Miss Sylvia directed the activities of the Fed-
and Mandlen." To the present day rangements is a committee headed Rosenberg, the daughter of Mr. eral narcotic bureau for six years.
young-men and women it is ~worth by Mesdames J. Louis Shochet and land Mrs. Fred Rosenberg of Brook- Deciding to remain here perman-

lyn, N. Y. to Ro~bert Jacobs, the ently he opened the Graves
son f M. an Mr. SauelJa-Pharmacy and established a repu-
cobsof MamiBeac andNewtation for integrity which has
Jersey. Mr. Jacobs is associated ee en mund He is first
with his family in the Family v~ice president of the Miami Beach
Jacobs' "Alamac Hotel" at Miami Lions Club, a member of the exe-
Beach. The couple was married cutive Council of. Dade Countyj
in the large dining .room of the jBoy Scouts, Registration Commit-
hotel in the presence of the family
and immediate friends Al J acobs .. ........................ ..........
attended his brother as best man.: T IVOLI
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod, who offi-
ciated, was assisted by Cantor W. Flatler at 8th. Phone 2-3352
Bonis Schlachman. The couple1Maie cntinuous-2t toE nig 0
will reside here during the winter
season. Saturday. Dec 10
The WComens Club of the Wtork<- id NO GREA ER LOVE"
mens Circle will sponsor a concept I
during the first week of January R~ ShDEAY B C DAY DEC. 11-12
when Miss 0. Harris, a well-known 1 WYNNE GIBSON
Yiddish singer, will be the concert *AD d GEN T
artist. Full details will appear in Added--Our Gans Comredr
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Louis Pallott.

An important board meeting of
Senior Hadassah is being held
this afternoon at the home of the
president, Mrs. Freda Lutaky, 812



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Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, at 2
P. M., when important matters will
be acted on.
Isidor Fine left for Lake City,
Fla., to enter the Veterans Hos-
pital there for treatment. He is
expected to remain there for about
two weeks. .
The first of a series of Congre-
gational Dinners will be given by
Beth David Sisterhood at the Tal.
mud Torah hall, Monday evening,
December 19th, at 6 p. m., preced-
ing the late Friday night services.
In charge of arrangements is a
committee headed by Mrs. J. Eng-
ler chairman. All desiring to at-
tend are urged to make reserva-
tions by calling Mrs. Stanley C.
Beth David Sisterhood is spon.
scoring a food sale on December 22
and 23, at a place to be announced
in our next issue. Mrs. Sydney
Weintraub is chairman of the com-
mittee ni charge fo this affair.
A meeting of the Junior Com-
mittee of Beth David Sisterhood
will be held at the home of Mrs.
David Bogen, 977 S. W. 5th St.,
Tuesday evening, December 18th,
at 8 p. m. All members are urged
to attend. At this meeting planS
for a minstrel show will be dis-
eussed and acted on.

A.ny (Du eom ernB 1 te local
ganization will celebrate National
A. A"da wih an I rat
iser of prominent speakers will ad-
.dress the meeting, various enter-
tainers will perform, and ze..


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The Adult Bible Class of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre.
gation meets every Sunday morn-
ing under the direction of Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan at 10:30. The
public is invited to attend.

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Page Three

"'Ask and Ye Shall

Q.--Would you not please tell
me whether the late Sir John de
Villiers, who served for many years
as head of the map department in
the British Museum, was of Jew-
Ish origin ?
A.--Sir John A. J. de Villiers'
who died in London in April, 1931,
at the age of 67, was the son of a
descendant of a Hugenot family
which fled from France to South
Africa by way of Holland, and of
a Dutch Jewess. He was reared in
his mother's faith to which he re-
mained loyal throughout his life.
He was the author of a number
of books including "The Dutch in
SothAfr~i n," "Holland and Sonm
est in the British M sum" "M
Memoirs," and numerous articles
in periodical publications and it'
encyclopedic works.

Q.-When did the Rambam die
and where is he buried ?
A.--The death of Moses Maimo-
nides occurred on December 13,
1204. He was in his seventieth
year and his death was the cause
of general grief. Many congrega-
tions in all parts of the world or-
damned public mounring. The Jews
and the Moslems of Fostat
mourned his loss for three days
while in Jerusalem a general fast
was proclaimed. His body was
buried at Tiberias in the sacred
soil of Palestine. The Yad Hacha-
sakah, his code of Jewish law, and
**Guide for the Perplexed," are the
best known and widely read of his
numerous works. The "Code" writ-
ten in Hebrew and the "Guide" in
Arabic are also extant in many
other languages.

in.--Dun hoe Rusa tp troum
there was one in Warsaw. On what
day did it occur ?

A.-The waves of massacres and
anti-Jewish riots in Russia which
followed the assassination of Alex-
ander II swept through one hun-
dred and sixty Russian-Jewish
communities. Beginning with the
pogrom in Elizabethgrad on April
67, 1881, the bloody rage came to
a standstill by the end of Septem-
ber of that year. However, on
December 25, 1881, while..Christi-
anity throughout the world ob-
served the birthday of the Chris-
tian savior a new series of massa-
cres broke out. ~It began in W .r-

resistibly to their Jewish con-
siciusessthe scene. In the spa-
cq library of the institution, a
group of Jewrish young men aln
women are eagerly absorbing ta es
of Jewish battles fought and won;
inthe gmnasium hardy athletes
ir n ryeial swngn Indi n
alredne pyIca pr etn being a
much a part of the curriculum as
the mental course. Down in the
lecur romh ndreds of these
nhousiast ore lintening intently
toatalk by a noted rabbi, their
toe aners r flected~i the voice
kee ithersesk re A play of Jewish

hsoical in rest is being pre-
sented in the an iorium, adu fs
mi i onlgkrbowth t airng epochs
o ewish ie
A Jewish community center, a
center for Jewish ideas and ideals,
serried storehouse of moral
gems, wondrous beyond compare.
This is the new son whichews
captivate the heart of t Jws
youth of the South and thl Je
sult in a speedy re hten note uer
ish fold. "Newe liedtn eer
vogel; neuer vogel, neue ler."




By Edith E11* Davis
It is a noble thing to be a Jew,
The scion of a priesthozod rich:
in lore,
A heritage whose wealth the sages
With banners that the mighty
prophets bore.
The law with its stern beauty
bound within,
Its precepts kept in dutiful ae-
A record since creation did begin;
The deep significance of God's
own word.

It is a noble thing to pe a peer
In family, of -Israel's honored

It is asg et tradition to revere
The memory of the ancient holy
Whose service never wavered,
though in plight,
Who in darkness dreamed the
glory through
Who kept to God throughout the
endless night,
It is a noble thing to be a Jew.

saw where the disorders lasted for
three days. Twelve Jews were
killed and more wounded; a num-
ber of worsen were outraged and
about a million dollars' worth of
Jewish property was destroyed.

Q.-- Who was Josephus ?
A.--Flavius Josephus was a
member of an aristieratie Jewish
family. He was born in the year
37-38 and died at the close of the
first Christian century. His ea-
reer covered a period of surpassing
interest when the religion which
Jesus of Nazareth preached was
first launched in the Roman Em-
pire. As a priest, a scholar, a
member of the Pharisaic sect, a
military commander and a Roman
citizen Josephus Z layed an dm-

Pim and wasi the eventd th so
of the Flavian emperors. Their
name he subsequently adopted.
Under the circumstances it was
quite natural that his fellow Jews
doubted his patriotism. But plain,
ly enough, Josephus was proud of
his race and became its apologist
and defender. His largest and
most elaborate work, the "Jewish
Antiquities" ran to twenty books
and was written during his later
years. Those who are fortunate
enough to be able to read the writ-
ings- of' Josephus in their original
Greek are delighted with the beau.
ty and smoothness of his Greek
style. It is modeled on Attic ex-
amples and is remarkably free
from solecisms. The purity of his
diction is explained by the fact
that he employed a corps of as-
sistants who are said to have pol-
ished his writings.
Among his other writingslis the
"Jewish War," which many schol-
ars regard as the fillbst produe-
tion that emanated from the pen
of Flavius Josephus. It is both
interesting and excellent literature.
There is a vast literature dealing
with the life and work of Josephus.
Each of the following three books
offers an adequate presentation of
the subject:
Norman Bentwich, "Josephus,"
Philadelphia, 1914; Henry St. John
Thackeray, "Josephus, the Man

and the Historian," New York,
1929; Frederick Foakes-Jackso4
"'Josephus aLndthe Jews, Londo,

It is a physical impossibility for
hearts to break, but there are lots
of cracked brains.

A Santa Claus was fired by a
Memphis store when he absent.
mindedly kissed a 17-year-old girl,
The old fellow imagined he was
making a doll.

riaDec. 9, 19 -


by the

p.~ o. Box ava
mi, Florida Phone 2-1183
,,,,1 : a second-class matter July 4,
;Is the Post Office at Miami, Fla.,
I, ,.e, of March 8, 1879

414 Eighth Street
rs. Schrebnick, Represnetative

Friday, December 9, 1932
Vol. 5. No. 49*


Spea ing


e ~bbinical limelight is now
usdon the Magic Cty. Its~
sout from among the hun re
usa so sso mortaldr shotr v
ins, the Jewish boy and girl.
follows them everywhere: into
thetr;tles, the dance halls (rare-
into the synagogs), onto the
den beaches, where they loll
sguidly, gazing atewht fas-
ation that crests each risin
low. What are their li legats
Their hearts beat a oite tr
en they lIonder over the fearful
ess and strain of Israel's his-
SDo they really represent
future -hope of Isra~elthese
icacious and intelligent youths
mai ens ?
Neue Zeiten, neuer vogel: neuer
ge, neue lieder."' Thus did the
mortal poet Heine poetically and
sely define the ever-chang~ing
ocssion of humanity marching
ward to something new. "New
isns, new birds: new birds, new
gs." Religion is on the wane.
adapt religion tostlodern stand-
isof living with its social ex-
avaganza, so that the two seem-
ly antithetic elements merge
oa harmonious co-existence, is
problem which confronts the
ritual leader of today. It must
satisfactorily coped with, if the
lrs of Judaism are to remain
kwish youth rtuns with the
wd in its spirited quest for nov-
yand excitement. It has brok-
loose from its moorings, the
wish fold, and has no desire to
turn. New seasons, new birds,
songs. A new melody must be
posed to satiate the eridless
ring of these restless souls.
synagogue no longer at-
sesthe boy and girl in the

antinduce youth to abandon itsita a pye ln
adlong and impetuous rush mnto

a whirl of life, and enter the sa-
ad portals of the house of God.
juthful impulse cannot be curbed.
must be .re-directed into suit-
le channels which will nltimtately
~d their way into the Jewish fold
we more.
Greater Miami needs, a commun-
~center. The nearest approach
a well organized center cannot
Found within a radius of five
andred miles from here, possibly
/thousand miles. We must de-
adon our powers of inspired
desip and luminous insight to
etthis power station,. this im-
gnble s~tronghold which should
ratour youth, and appeal tr.

Jerry--"I got the crate of chict-
ena you sent me, all right. But next
time I wish you'd fasten them up
more securely. Coming from the
station they all got oat on me. I
spent hours scouring the neigh-
borhood and then only found ten
of them."
Harry--"S-h! I sent you only

"Your husband told my husband
that his word aelhmeo 8os ose "
laws that's never enforced."

We should always keep open
and free a corner of our head in
which to make room for the opin-
ions of our friends. Let us have
heart and head hospitality.

He who learns the rules of wis-
dom without conforming to them
in his life is like a man who la-
bored in his fields but did not

All's for the best, if a man would
but know it;
Providence wishes. us all to be
This is no dream of the pundit or
Heaven is gracious, and all's for
the best*

All is fair in love--except the

The smaller the hole a man gets
into, the louder he howls.

When money talks we never
pause to criticize its grammar.

A girl seldom kicks when an
old man lays his wealth at her

A long pedigree doesn't prevent
a horse from being the last of his
race. *

A lawyer doesn't always know
everything, but he thinks )you
know he .does.

"Hats ~have a language," de-
elares an eastern haberdasher. But
don't be deceived by what you
hear. It is usually just the own-
ers talking through them*

The style of home that will ac-
commodate two families without
trouble has never yet been con-

Foot ball jerseys have become so
unrestrained in hue, an exhilarat-
ed alumnus in Mlichigan recently
hailed a right guard by mistake
for a depot taxi.

At an audition held by Schwab
& Mandel, the time esme for a
~funny looking little girl to display
her talents.
''What do you do?" asked the
"This," she replied.
She lifted her skirts knee high
and trotted across the sage bow-
legged. The director was a bit
"Wthat else?" he asked.
"Nothing else," she snapped.
"Ain't that enough to get a girl an
Broadway T"
It was. She was out on Broal-

way five mninutes later.

A teacher asked her class the
differease between results and con-
sequences. A bright pupil replied
"Resultfa are what you sasect
conseqgnuee are what Pea get."

First Typist-I wonder why the
101ssJ passed you over the last pro-
Second Typist (tealrfully)--I
can't think.
First Typist--Yes, I suppose
that's the reason.

Si--"Don't. you ever dream?"
Hal-' No. Everytime I fall
asleep the durned fall wakes me

A Jewish g nlean came with
his plaint of woe to Mose Wirn-
throp. Mose is an attorney.
"Are you the plaintiff in the
case? Mose asked.
"Voos plaintiff schmaintiff
.. I am the suer."

It was a singularly sweet voice
that called:
"Hello, Jack."
"I'mI not Jack," came the mourn-
ful response, "P'm Just a wrong

The use of leisure is a difficult
thing. The majority of us, when
freedom is given into our hands,
fly to the excitement of some form
of recreation. W~e must be "doing"
something --preferably something
physical; if we are not, we a~re lost
and without resource. This is why
holidays sometimes pall and leave
us at a loss.

"Ex-Mayor Walker, who needed
a shave, said, "P've either got to
remove my bread or buy a fiddle."
"-Nws item. Even his wisecracks
are now second-hand.

A certain elub had replaced its
fammlar blaenk oated sevkrvit

witresses. One ofthe al ds
hardL members who had stron ly
opposed the idea arrived for IMch
"How's the duck: today?" he
growled, glowering at the girl who
came to wait on him.
"Oh, Pm all right," said the
waitress perkily, "and how's the
old pelican feellag?" Lehigh

"Did you hear about ourr new
stenog being hurt in the explosion
last night?"
"How come?"
"A smile tft up her bee, and the
powder went off."-ThPe Log.

"What did yes wife saeywhen
you turned tnoso late last night?"
"Oh, she was haitif asleep rand
thought I was tim dog. When she
said, 'Is that po Pldo V~L-for once
in my life I had real presenee of
mind---I Hecked her huand."

Among lost and found ads is
that of a Dallas woman who left a
bulldog to guard an expensive far
coat. O~ne is mink and the other
answers to "CBUster,"

House paint prednetion is 41 per
rant under the 1980 level in the
Central States. An eacearaglag
firmness, on the other hrand, la
noted in the pretzel varnish line.

A Sun Prairie, Wis., widow is
usint a rorlling-pin which has been
over 90 years in her framily. The
record, we beliere, is 100 years in
the same comic strip.-

A C~lalitern an h pai $50 for
the peat of editor to s rou atq
writers bound to the South Seas
found that janitor darties~n were l
eluded. 1But this is fast t~kla the
average PUagemasalp onelt~ stlep u

PP~d~p, December g~

Pag~e Peoar


Several hade d friends calle

In observance of National
dassah Sabbath, Miss Haann
spoke at the Miami Jewlah
dox Con grega ion, Mrs.
Weinberg at Beth Jacob
gation, and Miss Lena Weinlde
Beth David Congregation at
late Friday evening services(
the work of Hadassah.

Temple Israel Sisterhood is a
ing plans for the annual h
ance of Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. I
lan's birthday on December
when an anniversary dinner
mbe glyen chag of


Next Monday evening,Der
12th the officers of EmunahCh
ter O. E. S. will entertain at
Card party for the benefit of
IMasonic Home at the Miami A
cia Club in the Congress Bld.,b
ginning at 8 o'clock. Prizes
be awarded for high scores of
refreshments will be served. I
public is invited to attend.
Lena Simon is chairman of i
committee in charge of the ee

Mrs. Harry Oliphant is in l
of arrangements for the card
ty which will be held for the i
efit of Beth David Sisterhood
the home of Mrs. Lee Roth,
S. W. 4th Street,Weed
December 14, at 8 p. m. Prizes
be awarded for high scores
refreshments will be served.
public is invited to attend.
Assisting the chairman are
dames H. Oliphant, Geo. Gl
Max Pepper, Os3Car Argintar, a
Nat Blumberg.

Jewish National Flag I,,, will be
cele'ba ted by Senior Hadassah
Sunday, December 11. Mrhs. Belle
Wesson is chairman of the Miami
section -and Mrs. Sara Winkle of
the Miami Beach section.

Mitchell K~asanof, a sophomore
of thy Uinise~rsity of Miu, -war
pledged to Phi Epsilon Pi, na-
tional social fraternity, at the uni.
versity this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Lipton of
Miami Beach entertained at dinner
last Friday night at the Miami
Biltmore Hotel, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Max of New York,
whose silver wedding anniversary
was celebrated. Silver decorations




Prizes will be given to the in-
ner at each of the play tables. A
feature will be an imitation "Bar"
representing life in the "pre-war"
days. Every effort is being made
to make this one of the most en-
joyable events of the current sea-
Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami
Beach is sponsoring the first of
its card parties for the current
season on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 18th, at the Sea Breeze Hotel
beginning at 8:30. Delicious re-
freshments will be served during


Greenberg, promi-iap e
chant a r dramatic s ar of
York city, the Miami Je 'tsh i
Dramatic Club will pr nt a f ur i
act melodrama at the Riverside
School Auditoriuml Monday eve-
nnig, ~December 26th, beginning
promptly at 8:30. He will play a
prominent part and wdll be assist-
ed by ten otlers having had ex-
perience in dramatic work. "Die
Zushterte Chasono" a play depict-
ing Jewish life in America, re-
plete with both dramatic and
comic action is the Yiddish play
to be presented for the first time
by this company. From time to
time_ other .plays will follow.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements consists of Messrs.
Joseph Greenberg and Harry
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
the Sunday School and Bible Class
of Beth Jacob Congregation will
meet at the Synagog for a rehears-
al of its Chanukah program. At 12
o'clock the complete program will
be rehearsed.

City Councilman

M1~iami Beach

"He Has a Rtecord of True

noe -Taathreflesrvice in
Stahe"8eoytes interest"

*(Ma ~Pid -Polithial -Adv.)

Mirs. Frank Perlman returned to
BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED the city after. an absence of ser"
't eral we se vstn eai
Sington. .

the evemaig and prize wnla
en for Mglo scores. TbrR4

dames Praisk Becker rad

Because of the Yiddish play to Cohen,


be presented, the Chanuka Supper
of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Orthodox Congregation sche-
duled for December 26, has been
advanced and will be held on Sun-
day evening, December 18th, at
the Syvnagogue, beginning at 7 p.
m. In addition to an elaborate
sFupper for which the charge will
be only fifty cents, arrangements
have been made for a program of
entertainment and card playing
following the dinner. The public
is invited to attend.
A "Night'in Monte Carlo" will
be featured at the third member-
sip party nesrore ayth M am

David Talmudr Torah. The enter-

at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Jo-
nah E. Caplan last Sunday after-
noon during the "at home" recep-
tion held by them. Assisting Mrs.
Caplan in the receiving line were
Mrs. Max Kapferstein, Mrs. Mil-
tor Weiner and Mrs. S. Rosen-
bloom of Butler, Pa. A beaurtiful
hand made Venetian table cloth
covered the table heavily laden
with varied sweets. During the
late afternoon tes was served
while punch was served during the
early part of the day.

The first of the "Sholosh Su-
emh na beheld last SaMuda c t

Marniv services at the Mi mi J FR
Mr. W-illiam Clein as one of the
hosts, and in charge of arrange-
ments. This will be a regular fea-
ture every Saturday afternoon at
4:30 P. M. at which time Rabi ~~~~~~~~~
Cdplan and others attending will
deliver short addresses and "Zim-
roth" ~will be sung by all attend.
ing. The public is invited to these

Albert Kahn who recently celebrated his fourth birthday with
Party at his home. In the picture are seen Levy F md~an,

and eoG rddmKalerh IaB ema .Sh ctr,Bernirrd Shenkman osa in
m eeBeR bPeg dSat n,SJerry Rosen,r JoDnn oam Cecil Chal.

and a wedding cake were among At a board meeting of Juniorl""
the table appointments. Naptial Hadassah held last Monday night tainmento will mel~ud aC o, brand
airs were played by the orchestra at the home of Mliss Lena W~emle, gae on tMneCro n
whenn the dinner guests came into business of the organization was oe B ewr ihii.-
the dining room. discussed and plans for a barn tions of radio stars will be one
Others present were Mr. and dance to be given in January were o h trcin.Ms etie
Mrs. Adolph Wcertheimer, Mr. and presented. Full details of this will Goldenblank is general chairman,
Mrs. Philip Liberman, Mr. and be announced in an early issue. assisted by Miss Lena Wemnkle,
W~illiam Shayne, Mrs. Clarence' iss Hanna Mack and Miss Debs
Mrelzer of Chicago, Mlrs. Gertrude A eua ad at fteGulkis. Admission to the party
Sherman, Miss A~nn Abrash of Pat- Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami wl ehl amn fmme-
erson, N. J.; Baron de Hirsch Mey- Jewish Orthodox Congregation ship dues. Girls wrill be asked to
er, Jyseph I. Lipton and Leonard was held last Tuesday night with wa omleeigdesad
L. A ~ss. Mlesdamnes Ida Buckstein and further information may be obtain-
4* Philip Augustine as the hostesses. ied by calling Miss Weinkle or Miss
Under the direction of Joseph About ten tables of bridge were Go~ldeblank.; ~__~_


in play. Mrs. Charles Feldman was
the winner of the door prize. Oth-
er prizes were awarded to hign
score holders at each individual
table. Delicious refreshement~s
were served during the evening.
This coming Sunday Maccabean
Day will be observed by both the
Senior and Junior Hadassah organ-
izationsze TheeJuno organ zti~

funds for the J. N. F. under the
leadership of Miss Hanna Mack
J. N. F. Committee chairman. Both
the Senior and Junior organiza-
tions are cooperating in this drive.

Next Tuesday evening an im-
portant meeting of the Ladies Au-
xiliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation will be held at
the Synagogue when important
business will be transacted. Plans
for the Chanuka supper, the Jan-
nary dance, the celebration of a
children's Chanuka and other mat-
ters will be discussed. All mem-
bers are urged to be on hand and
bring their friends with them.
Miss Anita Silverman returned
to her parents' home in Miami
Beach after spending the summer
visiting relatives and friends in
Massachusetts, Maine and Connee-

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Did You Know....
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experience and reputation,
22 vear. "T iucecuu opren tion in
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S36 N. E. First Ave.






My Only Pledge:

A Faithful and Loyal

(Paid Political Adv.)


L ~il

(Pald Potioea Adrd.)



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City Concilma

Miami each

-:-r;--r_-m~:ru !ir~nrc~ I I



Hob ich mir a me~idole
A sheinenke. a pracht
Ofena grols e, di tleende

Eni chailoren hat si nor
Z'is' a gro~iser nar
i 'art mteh ober veinig---wass
Ch'ab derfun kein Wa'r

Un ven si volt klug gewen
Meglich ken sein gor8
As zi volt mich obseshiekt
Tzu al-di schwartze yahr!

What's the fuss in the school
yard, sonny ? asked the~ gentle-
man passing a ward school.
WhyiJ, the~ doctor's just been
around examinin' us, an' one of.
the, deficient boys is knocking
hell out of a perfect kid."



_ f.C)I) A

--Y-VIV~C~rr~ _~~_~ MI


years service to the City, as wel
as a prior term of one year in fill~
ing out the unexpired term of thl
late Wm. Scott. Mr. Clement~
came to Miami in 1925 as cashie~
of the Miami Beach Bank and
Trust co., and then began to takt
an active part in communal ane
civie work. During his residence
at the Beach, coming here from
Valdosta, Ga., he has been in every
movement having for its purpose
ne ~nedfts a tes.Cit its nasi
know edge has stood the council in
good stead in all its bond activi-
ties. In his campaign he is stress-
ing the necessity for upholding the
financial integrity of 'the City, and
the continuation of a policy of
strict economy to insure this pur~

The movement to release thou-
sands of incarcerated dry law vio-
lators may work hardships, if sue-
eessful, as in cerPtain cases no one
would be left to tend the prison
still. .

Kedak 'Pinishing sand Balarlins
Commeorclil Work and Home Portral@
50% Oiffon All Amateur Work
212 N. E. Fourth St.


SDr. I. Schwartz
Is now located at 211 Republie
wyiding, oppo~ite Post Otiee,
'teephone 8-1861. Scientific
ehiropody and orthopedic work
done reasonably. New Jersey
and Florida licensed. Successor
to Dr. Louha Rosen.

sir' RUlkrl ~L4~:!'7
j r.'b
--; r~e~~;s

Friday, De; 9ij 1982

George Bancroft and Wyne Gib-
astarring in "Lady and Gent,"
the Tivoli Theaitre next Sunday
d Monday, prove~ the fa~ct that
neath the layers of gruff, un-
uth mannerisms and actions of
ose immersed in night club life
are lies that same human heart
,t is contained within every hu-
In being. Portraying a picture
night life on Broadway, the
:ture goes on to show what ha~p-
as when the call of a child
Riches them. It's human, its life

Last Sunday evening the Good-
1l dance of Beth David' Congre-
tion was held in its Talmud To-
b Hall wheii quite a large crowel
;ended and enjoyed the dancing
I other entertainment provided.
e proceeds will be applied to-
rds the Talmud Torah work of

Sidney H. Palmer, merchant of
s city, was signally honored
s week when he was elected an
norary member of the ~Veterans
Foreign Wars.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler are
w in their new home at the
,ri Apartments, 1250 S. W. Sixth

Beth David Sunday School meets
ry Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
i the daily Talmud Torah every
ernoon from 3 to 6 P. M. under
Personal supervision of Rabbi
ix Shapiro.

~t the birthday party of little
~rt Kahn held at the, home of
parents recently, the, guests
seent enjoyed various games, the
lners being awarded prizes. The
ne and tables were decorated
a pink, green and yellow color
eme and at the close of the
nes delicious refreshments were

sunday evening, December 11th,
Hebrew ~Athletic Club will be
ts at a card party in Beth D~a-
Talmud Torah Hall beginning
I o'clock. Prizes will be award-
for high' scores and refresh-
Its will be served. The public
invited to attend

liss Betty Kahn of New York
orisn-visiting her brother and
eri-aw, Mr.~ and M36rs. Oscar
in, and will remain here for

Wednesdayy evening of nert' week
be the second meeting of hte
Iple Israel Fellowship Club.
Rbe~rs please, take notice*~


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Trying To Maintalp ;A Living
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Phone 3 818

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Populdhr Coaheil

man is Candidate

Baron de Hirsch Meyer, who be-
Barneh City Councilman of Miami
Beah two years ago in a spectae-
uar race is h making consi ea l

election. Appearing at numerous
meetings he is receiving enthusias-
tic ovations because of his record
of fearlessness and working for
the benefit of all the people df the
The Baron, as he is known to all
of his friends, has been a Beach
resident since 1925. He came here
in that yeirn to rep eet ahgroup

italists and liked the city so well
he took up his legal residence here.
Following his graduation from
Harvard law school he traveled
through Continental Europe
Egypt, Africa, England and Asia
Minor for a year or so. Before
entering Harvard he graduated
from the University of Wisconsin.
He has been very active in Zion-
ist affairs, is a director of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau, is now
president of the Hebrew Friendly
Inn and an active participant in
numerous Jewish and' non-Jewish
civic and communal organizations.
During the recent campaign he
was in demand as a speaker be-
cause of the popularity he achieve-
ed while campaigning for Congress-
man J. Mark Wileox. From pres-
ent indications Mr. Meyer will be
re-elected with a large majority.

Election at Beach

C. L.Clements vice president
and cashier of the Merchantile
Bank and Trust Company of Mi-
ami Beach is waging .an active ,
campaign for re-election to the
City Council of Miami Beach. He
is now concluding his term of fourF

1 Hello folks, is everybody happy ?
Well I just got in from Jax and
I'm certainly feeling grand. You
would too, if you had to wait on
a corner with eighteen boys ahead
of you, trying to get a ride back
to Gainsville. It was accomplish-
ed however after only four hours /
of waiting and the use of the big-
ges memberrofdtheh fner fmily*

will have guessed at the reason
for so many college boys being in
town so far from their own eam.
pus~h. T~heFighin Gators battled
the enneseeVolunteers and
made it possible for them to claim
the Southern Conference Champ-
ionship. They did this simple feat
by losing 32-18 to the Mountain,
eers. We did our best but it was
one of those times when the best
wasn't good enough. Never have
I seen a faster, better blocking
team than the one put forth by
Tennessee, but in spite of this if
she hadn't scored most of her
points in the first half the finals
might have been different. Florida
deserves to be called the Fighting
While I'm on the subject of foot-
ball I might mention the game
that will be a fitting conclusion
of the 1932 season.
The University of California at
Los Angeles plays here on Dee-
ember 17th. Floridians will have
an opportunity for the first and
last time this year to see a famous
Western opponent. Plans for Cali-
fornia Day are elaborate. Invita-
tions have been extended to Presi-
dent- Eleet Roosevelt, Will Rogers,
Joe E. Brown to attend as guests.
Seven bands will compete between
the halves. It will be as grand old
Of greater interest is the news
that holiday vacations begin the
day after the game on December
18th, and will last until January 3.
It's past bedtime so IT1 have to
conclude and listen to the fairy
tales of my roo mmate until I en-
ter slumberland.

President in Race






ToInsurel An Experienced, Safe,
Sane and Economical


(Paid Political Akdv.)

Edgar Lions Keuling, president
of the Keuling Flower Shops, Inc.,
!and Keuling, Inc., Florist, and im-
:porter of decorative arts and an-
tiques is making an active race
lfor city council of Miami Beach.
Mr. Keuling came to Miami Beach
ten years ago, when he established
the Keuling Flower Shops. Dur-
ing his residence in this city, he
has been most energetic in his own
business which he has enlarged
considerably as well as being ae-
tive in many civie enterprises. His
Recent activities in public affair.
indicate the enthusiasm in which
he goes at things and at the pres-
ent time he is president of the Mi-
ami Beach Lions Club, a director
of the Miami Beach Business Men's
Assoetation, a governor of the Mi-
ami Beach Chamber of Commeree,
liason officer of the City of Miami
Beach Apartment Association, pro-
gram director to the Rod and Reel
Club, governor of the Florida A.
A. U., States chairman of the Dia-
mond Ball A. A. U. and chairman
of the Miami Beach License Com-
:Mr. K~euling resides at his home
at 8701 Sheridan Ave.
:IEIs friendsr point to the fact that
his 6ng~ineering Imowledge and his
abiity as displrpayedin gene!~crs vie

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for the office of City Council. They
"'"e' t,"'"nd 1irm ensh omus ha~

its growth and to prosper.

COUR 11~i Office

Making but one pledge "A faith-
ful and loyal administration ,
Charley .Wheeler, defeated two
years ago by only a small margin
is making an intensive campaign
for the office of City Councilman
of Miami Beach. Coming to Mi-
a~mi Beach from Niagara Falls, N.
Y., where he was president of the
Wheeler and Johns Machine Co.,
and where he developed several of
the City's exclusive realty sections,
he o ened offices Isarat r
about twelve years ago and is now
one of the most extensive proper:
ty owners ,of the Beach. duringg
his entire business career he has
been known as working on a con-
structive basis and thus has' made
a host of friends wherever he goes.
Mr. Wheeler is a member of the
B. P. O. E., Odd Fellows, James
Carnell Lodge Miami Scottish Rite
and Mahi Shrine and Miami Beach
Lions Club.
In asking for the support of Mi-
ami Beady) citizens he urges the
fact that as a heavy taxpayer he
is vitally affected by the problems
of the Community. That because
,f his knowledge of conditions
gained from actual experience he
18 well qualified to discharge the
cities of the office he is now seek-
[ng. His business experience, his
knowledge of business conditions
rnd his platform of an adminstra-
tion of City affairs on the basis of
honest and impartial discharge of
lis ~duties are urged upon the vot;-
irs as a reason for his election.





Friday, December a

Mliss Scharts extpects to

ted Jews Wlar Nboee of

m nmbly m etin a the'ep
Broward Avenue, Wedned~a
at the Temple on Browar
with a fatll attendance;
Joe Temple, presiding.
matters of importance wler
posed of.

per Year uDer.h' so, g,
New Yorkr Bread and Cak~e
471 B. W. 8th Sit. Phone r
arrmach stoest as N. W. B

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St. Petersburg


Congregation B'Nai IsraeL, Pri-
day night service at 8 o'elockt. Ser-
.men, "IThe Eternal Dream." Sat-
orday service at 9 A. M. Sunday
School, 10 A. M. Daily Hebrew
classes between 4 and 6 P. 6.

The package party held at the
Temple last Sunday was a very
successful affair.

The Ladies Aruiliary and Aid
Society of the Congregation has
planned a Banquet to be held Dec.
18th at the Horowitz Hotel.

Our Congregation lost a very
fine and honoe m mber i h

eral service was at the Wilhelm
Funeral Home with Rab~bi Kglein-
feld officiating. The body was tak-
en to Chicago for interment.

Mrs. S. Fyvolen~t and Mrs. M.
Miller were hostesses at the Dec.
5th meeting of the Judale Council
held at the Mari Jean H~oteL. In-
teresting articles on famous char-
aeters were read by Miss Mary
Abraham and Miss Mlildred Carroll
who were in charge of the program
for the evening. The next meet-
ing will be held at the Mari Jean

membr a nd fred e Cn
'gregation at the Horowitz Hotel,
last Friday evening after the ser-
vices. The reception was very well
attended and a good time was en-
joyed by all present.

In a surprising number of eatses
amnesia talks the form of not be-
ing able to remember one's wife,
unless she is young and good-look-








DEC. 20, 1982

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Mc~arthy Asks Architect Reeives West Palm Beach
Voters Support Support mn Race Notes

Harry MacCarthy a member of Robert A. Taylor one of Miami i -~LL
the Miami Beach City Council for Beach's foremost architects is re- Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. G61ldstein
nearly six years is again a candi- ;ceiving more and more enthusias- entertainedA a dozen of their young
date for re-election and is making tic suppr fUProm? Miami~ Beah vot- friends Saturday afternoon in hon-
an active canvass of Beach voters. ers in his race for City Council- or, of their daughter, Blanche, who
Bornin 885at Mnnepols, Mnn.manas he election draws closer. was celebrating her ninth birthday*
Bo rneine 1885 pat inelis, inn. mianFo tast twent-ieyasb The guests met at the Goldstein
he rceied is ublc an hih Fr te pst tent-fie yarsMr.home on Thirtieth street for lunch-
school education, then graduated Taylor has been a practicing arch- con, after which they enjoyed a
from Andover and Yale colleges. itect. Some of MIiami Beach's fin- Theatie party and refreshments
During 1925, Mr. McCarthy wras est buildings, such as the Indian afte~rards.
one of the largest realty operators jiCreek Golf Club, the Spanish Vil- The center decoration for the
in Miami Beach and built the Gulf lage and others stand as an evrer- t ucentbe a a hnine
Stram parmens. n 190 e~lstig mnumnt o hs ailiy.A /birthday eake lighted wit ne
Strem Aartent. I 192 helasingmonmentto is bilty. pink candles. Pink baskets filled
was elected to the City Council for resident of the Beach for fourteen with pink and white mints marked
a four year term, and again ;inyears, making his home with his the places.
1930 was re-elected for a two year afte o wth
term which he is now completing., family here and a taxpayer, he s Enjoying tire atron
During his entire career on the conducting a vigorous campaign Blanche were Rosyln Gruner, Eu
CoonmilnMr. McCarthy has beenna for the officethand Is efin ti gniae Arg trli Ann andGPsatia

to reduce taxes, and to aid the City cmag n eHlen oi rsBtyad
in is grwth He as ben future of the Beach and its pros- IAudrey Wise, Willetta and Martha
staunch supporter of efficiency and perity depends on a progressive, Ella Willis and Charles Goldstem.
econmy i th admnstatio ofeconomical and sensible adminstra-
Cityaffars.tion of the City's affairs in the in- Friends of Miss Nellie Oppen-
Hisy many friend pon t terests of all the people, particu- heim, will be glad to learn that
successful business career, and his larly the taxpayers from whom the she returned to her home from Mi-
enviable record as City Council- City derives its revenue. In such ami, where she underwent an op-
man as reasons for again returning an" administration, due regard be- eration in one of the local hospi-
him to office. They say' that ing paid to the preservation of the itals; her operation was quite suc-
Miami Beach needs the benefit of natural beauty of the &each lie9 Icessful.
his long experience in municipal the solution to most of the City's
affairs and are alrging the voters present difficulties, and the pro- Friday night Sabbath services at
to vote in his behalf to insure a per carrying out of these ideals Beth Israel Temple will be con-
continuance of Miami Beach's good was the duty of all members of ducted by Mesdames Sam Gold-
standing financially among the the City Council, and to such duty stein, Apte, Kominer, and Pastroff,
cities of the Country. Mr. Taylor pledged his unquali- followed~ byv refreshments.
fied adherence. He pledges un-

H~te Diectr 1qaH~d uoddo thd~a rt Beth Israel Sisterhood held their
City at large regardless of indivi- regular monthly meeting Tuesday
Agamn Candidate dual desires or selfish interests. at the Temple on Broward Ave.,
vith the president, Mrs. Dave Feld-
A LAYMAN SPEAKS man, presiding. Prior to the meet.-
Arthur Childers, managing di- ing Miss Bull, visiting nurse from
rector of the Investment and Man- the American Red Cross, gave n
agemnt Crportionownes ~(Contnued from page 1)
agemnt orpratin oner ofvery interesting talk and demon-
the Floridian Hotel and other ho. of a scaridal, because of the invo!- station of their work.
tels in this section. in again seek- ved and intricate machinations of
ing the office of City Councilm'an hs h eiet odo o The Beth El Sisterhood hehil
of Miami Beach in which capacity; much thought have you given to their semi-monthly meeting at the;
he is now ending a two-year term, the fact that shortly much of this home of MCrs. Hi. Greenblatt. Fol-
declared that he had kept every situation will be aired in one of the lowing the meeting, refreshmentsl
promise made by him two years law courts of this City, to the un- were served followed by cards.
ago, when a candidate for the of- doubted and definite disgrace of
fice. Mr. Childers who is a native Miami Jewsry?
of Tryon, N. C., came to this dis- ( I suppose I could go on and on RglrFia ih evcso
trict about ten years ago to assume land tell you about conditions? But! Congregation Beth El are held at
Charge of the Ponce de Leon Motel. need, I, a simple layman, tell hon- the Moose hall, 4341 Clematis.
;He subsequently became managing ored and esteemed Rabbis what toI
director of the Meyer-Kiser inter- do ? The Beth Israel Sisterhood are
ests, and has been in charge of the AI suggestion: There are prob- sponsoring a card party at the
Floridian Hotel for the past sev. lems confronting the laity. There home of Mrs. J. Sptizer Sunday
eral years. During this time he I ar problems confronting the Rab- evening, December 18, 1932, h
has been taking an active part in; binaet. Why not you Rabbis of M~rs. J. Sptizer and Mrs. H. 1
the civic and communal affairs of Greater Miami meet together ?pr otess l
the district and of Miami Beach. Discuss the situation and the prob- I
He has been of considerable aid to lems confronting you. Then ask Miss Lilly Schartz, sister of Mrs.
the various organizations of the each of the Synagogues to send Leon Gruner, arrived by motor
Beach in placing the facilities of their delegates to confer with you ifrom New York, Tuesday night.
the hotels at their disposal for on those problems which affect
civie and charitable affairs. In the the entire Jewry. The outcome? ROOM AND BOARD OR MEALS
past two years service on the It's worth trying! tit o
Council he has been active in the Sticl Hher Reasonably,Priced
interests of the people and in see- REV. G. AIZIKOVITZ
ing that a business administration ENJOY AN ALL DAY TRIP 1104 N. W. Fifth St.
was carried on for the benefit of ii -

Hotel on Monday

evening, Dec.

the taxpayers.

On her way to school Monday
morning, a little girl dropped in at
the parsonage with a basket of

"Thank you very much, my
dear," said the minister. "They
look delicious. I do hope, how-
ever, you did not gather them yes-
terday, on the Sabbath."
"No, sir," said the child. "I
picked them early this morning-
but still youmym enot wnt hem
day yesterday."'

"Hf mosquitoes are bothering
your guests," says a household
hint, "burn a piece of camphor
gam and they will vanish at onee."
I have a better idea. Let the mos-
quitoes go on bothering and maybe
the guests will vanish.

On Th~e C~rosser

Down Biscayne Bay
4 day of sport, bank and chan- JOhn H. Levi
nel 8sahing.
Bait & Tackle Fulrnished FreeRELETO
Leaves City Yacht Basin Pier
10, Tulesday, Thulrsday, Baturday A
and Sunday at 9:80 a. m.
Returning 5:80 p. m. IY C U CL A
We Cater to Special Charter I C U IL A

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