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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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December 16, 1932
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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

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Community Centre Mayor Cleary
God forthe L v n Drive Is Begun Closes Campaign

GOd fOr the Dead in~ tten ~ ih uopen- In entering the final days of the
tre at S. W. Fifth st. and 16th vgru apinVlC lay
ave. under the auspices and spon- :ij oa Bee leto t has ofi
Our Torah and our Rabbis, in sorship of the Hebrew Athletie Mayor, he has addressed a num-
ny instances and quite emphat. Club was marked by an attendance ber of meetings under the au!;
ll, unequivocally have declared of nearly 300 of Greater Miami pices of friends as well as those
ndearnestly endeavored to im- Jews. Murray Grossman, presi- arranged by non-partisan organi-
resupon the minds and hearts dent of the Club, briefly outlined nations. In his campaign he has
(the Islrelites that oar religion the purposes and history of the r
ndour God and the whole crea. organization and its willingness to l.
on are expressly for the happi- establish aJewish Community II
esand enjoyment of the living, Centre in Miami for the benefit of :',:~
ot for the dead. every organization. 'He was fol-
For instance: lowed by H. H. Farr, one of ther ii
(1) The midrash rasks: Why at I riest speakers of the evening, who ,
recreation of the universe God spoke of the need for such a Com- I
adfirsl created 'a beautiful) munity Centre. Milton Klein and
orld, the heavens Ilumined with George Wolpert of the organizal- i :
glittering stars silvery moon Ition spoke, and letters of endorse!- ~.: -
ndgolden sun; fraigrant, many ment were read, including a me3- -, F1:
olored flowers, fruitful trees, sage of cooperation from Day J. I
earng eliion, jicyfrutsApte, president of Temple Israel. ~ i~
ining birds, and all kinds of ani- A drive for funds td insure the
rasand at las~t He created man? continuation and proper' establish- c~I
The man, sayas the Midrash, is ment of a Community building ~ti
invited, `bonorable .guest of was begun and several hundred
to; so, before the guest's arrival dolr wa rasd Acnas f
odhad prepared for him the rich every Jewish resident of the
wanting hall (the beautiful uni. Greater Miami~ district will begin I
rs), illumined it with brilliant today when 10 teams of 10 meml- I
ghs(eelstial bodies), provided bers each will visit them and ask 1
11kinds of dandy, savory provi- for cash and pledges for member-
iosand sweet muast (the singing ship in the organization. Fol- :MAYOR VA1L C. CLEARY
id), and then 'broruht in the lowing the addresses and collee-
uet to enjoy all these w~onder. tion of funds a program of enter. brought the battle to his oppon-
01things. tainment was presented and re- ents and challenged them to point
(2) By this we see thrt our freshments were serv~ed. to any act in his entire record
edcares for *.es .es. which doepmact. ,pallt~lienelet- ~
en.When Mos a Tras In the eftr ]etf 1tion. He has urged, in all his
eaves to receive the Torah, says speeches, the necessity for a coun-
ganthe Midrash, the angels in- ilBe Held cil that will cooperate with the
erfeedwouln'tallo Go toMayor~ for the common good of the
entire City of Miami Beach un-
veaway such a rare treasure. Mrs. Hymran Levy, who ee fterdad nondb elih
The ora.) dctsa gmnasie lassfortheinterests or motives. His pledges
God rebuked the angels and benefit of the Jewisih Welfare Bu' made when he was a successful
leddwith them that the To-i reau, is sponsoring a public cjhar- candidate for Mayor in 1930 were
shin the heavens among the an- ity bridge party at 8 p. mq Sun- r~ead by him, and then the facts
els is of no avail; all the pre- day, at the home of Mrs. Miornrs were forcefully brought out that
epsand teachings of the Torah Rubin, 1923 S. W. Thirteenth st. every pledge within his power as
readaptable nd useful for man, Members of the class wRill assist Mayor had been realized. He de-
otfr nes;lketecomnd-a hsese.Rershet wi cried thde fato thtiu seffiortlshad
enofwor inglsix days and be ervand nd przs rdd een made ato shtiru secftonlsm
sting on Sabbath, or not to kill, I ; i~r~ 1~Il~ta.we i

congregational singing and chrant-
ing will be led by Cantor Boris
Schlachmnan. Saturday morning
services begin at 9 a. m. with a
'discourse in Yiddish by the Rabbi,
using the portion of the week
"Vayishlach," as his subject. Sus-
day school will convene Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock.

189 N. W. Third Avenue
Max Shapiro, Rabbi.

What promises to be one of the
'biggest events of the current sea-
deaais. the-dance being planned tw
Monday evening, Dec. 28, at the
Miami Beach Country Club. Spon-
soring~ the event is the Hebrew
Athletic Club and the proceeds are
to be used to provide funds for the
Community Centre the organizaz-
tion is now promoting. In addi-
tion to the usual dancing that will
be provided a number of star vau-
devrille performers will attend to

help entertain the guests. Those
interested in providing a recreal- h eua rd vni e-
tion centre such as Miami and Mi-.ThrelaFidyvenge-
ami Beach need are urged to pat-vcebeito hta :0wh
ronie ths dace.the lat services at 8:15 when Rab-
bi Shapiro will preach on "The
i Or~in f Mn." he'usua enn

wil ben diretten dby Cante rLknia
vices begin at 8:30 a. m. and at
10 o'clock the Rabbi will preach
in Yiddish on "Abraham, A Pro-
totype of Loyalty." Sunday school
begins sessions at 10.a. m. Sunday
morning under the direction of the

187 N. E. Nineteenth Street
The rglar Fridayeeigsr
reg a ydsa evRab re Iaplap er

ofJckovil,b bbFla e abfle
speak on behalf of the Union of
American H~ebrew Congregations
as pa t of the annua tour of the
Counry n it bealf.A sci*
hour will follow the regular ser-
Trices. The public is invited to at-

Tannenbaum, tickets; eakes, Mbrs.
Masx Kapterstein and Mfrs. Na-
than Adelmalrn; sandwlehes, Mr. M.
Kupteratein; erandles and eigarestk
Mlrs. Nathan Abramson sad Mbrs.
8am 'PTannonbaum~. Ented ameS~nt
wr~h I prodded in addidd Me~

Ladies Welfare I
TO Meet Monday
An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewlah
Welfare Bureau will be held at
Kaplan Hall Monday, Dec. 19, at
2 p. m. when important matters
will be transacted. Stanley C.
Myers will be the principal speaker
of the afternoon's program. The
public is urged to attend. A so-
eial hour will follow the business

Ldes Hold

The n n[Supper
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
armi Jewish Orthodox Congrega.
tin il b hldstthe S nage
tiot 1M SheW helTird st. on nxt
Sunday evening, Dec. hs of ar- n
at 6:30 p. m. In ev trge Mesa-
rangmes silia echlowitz, Mrs.
Mames~ltpterstein and Mrs. Morris
Raxppo In addition to the
Rappetapo nil be served, a pro-
supra tf etertainment will be
gram ofed eand cards will follow.
preisein will be only titty cents
Ar dmassion which wlll include the
~rper adat will be served. The
-p 'rl is Iavited to attend.

..ctons r anie othhat the muitnt

Miami *=ac w uld nmb we vn

had heretofore made in its entire
History. Urging the necessity of
a clean and efficient business ad-
ministration iri the interests of thre
taxpayers, economically and sane-
ly conducted, he showed that cer-
tain improvements could and
would be made if he were re-eleet-
ed as soon as proper equalization
ed taxes had been made. He point-
ed to the fact that welfare con-
ditions on the Beach required at-
tention, which he promised
Mayor Cleary has been a resi-
dent hoet coeach since 1918,.0 pr
Beach. He served as8 tax assessor
of the Beach and then as Justlcee
of the Pea'ee with distinction in
each office. In making his final
appeal to the citizrens of the
Beach, Mr. Cleary appeals to the
voters of the entire community to
remember the necessity of real co.
operation, of sending to the Con-
oil men who have the interests of
the entire commealty at heart,
dto insure a continued prosper.
Itfor Beach citizens by re-elect.
Ihim as, Mayor and with him
a odyo.mren to the Councl1 who
wi1support him An his eforts for
'thi nierail g~ood

teln this respect the dead are like
I; they are not in need of Nhe

hedead will praise the Lord; but
rethe living ones ..)
(3) The Talmud says that all
commandments that are writ-
inin the Torah is for the pur-
oethat man may enjoy their re.
adright here in this world; like
otto kill; to keep Sabbath, to be
(4) In many instances we quote:
heGod of life; the Torah of life.
(But not of the dead.)
(5) These are the statultes and
diacsthat ai man practice
ththe mray: live by then

And what about the: strenuous
rttions we meet so often in
eBible to take carre of the poor'
isneedy, the widow and orphans.
They indeed speak loud that our
tihis for the living, not for the

(6) We are expressly and em-
atcly advised to rejoloe and
happy on our hoidays.
And thou shalt take the silver
thy hand and go to the plaice
hihthe Lord. thy God shall
tos; and thou salat spend thy
Ivrfor whatever thy soul may

hie for ca~J~etth; thhap,!sdie



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Vol 5. No. 50O Miami, Florida, Friday, December 13, 1982 Price: Five Cents

Yiddish Play Announcements
To Be Stagedll
"Die Zushterte Chasonao," at CONGREGATION
Yiddish melodrama depicting Jew- (Orthodox)
ish life in New York City, carry. I 51 JO RE A id Nee b i
ing the story of the pathos, dra- JNHE ALN ab
ma and comedy that is the lot of The usual early services begin
the ew i theGheto oftheat 5:30 p. m. Friday evening with
world's largest city, will be pre-th laeonFrmsrvest
sented by a cast containing a num-8:5pm.weRabCpln il
her of professional actors 'former- : p we ab pl il
preach a sermon on "Brothers at
ly n te Jwis stge.Spo- IWar." This will be a discussion
sor~ed by a group of Yliddish en- o h t ft
thusiasts who recently formed the wil fhepolr iond of te week and
M~iami Jewish Dramatic Club, the tol be condou ed b a ques ion.ab .
play will be given at the River- Mincha service will begin at 4:30
side School Auditorium on MondaywihteSlshSdhan
evnn, e.26 einiga Marriv services following. Sunday
8:0p. m. The charge will be mrigseilasml ilb
nomial nd tened o cvertheheld at the Sunday school, with
cost of the undertaking. Mr. Jo- ~illustrated slides on the story of
seph Greenberg, prominent mer-Chnk
chant of this eity; Mr. Harry *
Gr~eenberg, Mrs. F. Slaviter, Mr. ---
Harr~y Rose, are some of those JCONGtREG;ATIO)N BETH JACOR
who are aiding in this production. (Orthodox)
Mor~ris Goldman is directing the 311 Washington Avenue '
musical part of the show, which Miami Beach
will feature a number of popular L. AXELROD. Itabbi :r
Jewish songs that have become
famous throughout the country. TeuulFia vnn ev
ices begin at 5:30 p. m.-with the
Ben *i 11r late services at 8:30 when the
1 17 Rabbi will preach a sermon on
TO Bet Held "~Who Is My Friend." The usual

Local Artist
TO Give Recital

Miss Frances Kane, one of Mi-
ami's most talented girls, will ap-
pear in a piano recital under the
auspices of the University of Mi-
ami~ Conservatory of Music Mon-
day evening, D~ec. 19, at 8:30 p.
m. in Recital Hall, N. E. 14th st.
and Second ave. She will be as-
Isisted by Miss Travis Lee in n
number of violin selections. There
are no admission charges and the
public is initiated to attend.

Auxiliary To Give
Annual Dance

The annual dance of the Ladies,
Audilary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will be
held at the Mdahi Shrine Temple
on the Biscayne blvd. Sunday
evening, Jan. 29, beginning at 9
p. m. In charge of arrangements
is a committee headed by Mrs. J.
Louis Shochet and Mrs. L~ouis
Parllott. Others on the committee
are: Flowers, Mrs. Moe H~arris sad
Mrs. .ChPrlBesPlmanu; drine,
Mrs. M. app~apr ad Mtrs. PPB*
liram ts;ll~k gMr. Cha'rles

Friday, Deemeber 16 I



color scheme. Potted `plants and
cut flowers were stream around
the home. Dancing and games
were enjoyed and at a ~late liour
refreshments were served.
'Mrs. R. Beck and M~rs. Traeger
ivill be hostesses at one of the se- /

WWl Appreciate
Y SOur Spport
IR His

to the



---Pal Po~f~ltes Adv.

s~rrr: e 1~ eul;res that htis wouldI
be appreciated not only by the res-
idents but by the tourists as well,
a n d th a t t h e s e i m p r o v e m e n tst" ,hi i n
important section far more attrac-


to. Fladler at sthtoI Phone 2-531

SuOndary Moanda. Dec. r181 t
SJacklte Cooper and Lew~is Stone

Phone 2-3034 1798 N. W. 20T f
Specialisnllas In tro~ias All Form of Vereia, Base rt Reaches Ash(
ces our monthly rates for apartlaent houses ad dwe'llnag. FE Epc
tor termites. No Job Too larse or Too small.

NOW Yog Cag Bgy~


Pag Two

th cman i m kig fo rr
election to the City Council of Mi-
ami Beach, Baron de Hirsch MeI-
,,has met with enthusiastic re-

Stive shd presentable~t4ll
cost to.the city. Ch vrly ~y

pa e to Ma Bch eem h

years. H eis at the pe pat
lone of the most exteprsie nt4
Sof Beach property in the owet
He is a member of the isa B
Fellows, James Carnell Elksg,
ami Scottish Rite, MahinFh
Temple and the Miami Bec i
Club. His friends point sche
that as a heavy tax toe tha
vitally interested in a"eonm
and sensible administrto noil
affairs in the it resa tio ol
peop e .o de e each. He isa
I eivingwde support fr~om rmnl
t lu a ng ci izens of the fles
inc udng a aot of Jewish ideali

Special islar la Harireetsan

Phone a-assa

o U t e e rewvr~ y~r rr
provides food and lodging for
needy transients. In the recent
political campaigns he was in de-

9 r.
Due to m informationn a report
appeared in last week's issue Lf
th.s paper announcing the election

L 1.o

The. first open meeting of Sen- Iries of bi-weekly card parties of
ior Hadassah for the current sea- the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi.
son was held at the Acacia Club ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega.
last Monday afternoon. Report !tion next Tuesday evening, D~ec.
of various committees were heard, 120, at 8 p. m. Prizes, willbe
including that of Mrs. Kandel, (awarded for high scores and re-
chairman of the welfare commit- Ifreshments will be served. The
tee; Mrs. Max Dobrin, chairinan public is invited to attend.
~of the educational committee, who *
announced that a class of Jewish( Mnrs. Milton Wieiner will be
interest was held at the home of hostess to the worshippers at the
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan every late Friday night services of the
Tuesday evening to- which all are Miami Jewish Orthodox, Congre-
invited; report on Happy Day Igation immediately after the ser-
work by Mrs. Morris Dubler, ant vices. Mrs. WTilliam Mechlowitz
the membership drive report 'oy Iwas hostess last Friday night.
Mrs. Barney Weinkle. As an in- *~ *
ducement to join the organization Full details of the birthday cel-
during the present membership leb~ration dinner in honor of Rabbi I
drive a reduction in dues is being Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple
offered. An address by Rabbi Israel will appear in the next is-
Max Shapiro, a reading by Miss sue of the Jewish Floridian. The
Grace Berg an'd bird imitations by Idate of the affair has been changed
Miss Alice Connor concluded the and will be held on Sunday eve-
program, which was followed by ning, Dec. 25, beginning at 6
a social hour. o'clock. Mrs. Bert Reisner and
1Mrs. J. A. Richter are in charge
A regular meeting of Beth D~a- of arrangements. Reservations to j
vid Sisterhood will be held next this event may be made through
Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 2 p. m. in any member of the arrangements
the Talmud Torah Hall. The committee. This is an annual
guest speaker of the afternoon will event sponsored by Temple Israel
be Rabbi Max Shapiro of the con- Sisterhood.
tion. Important business will 1,e $ *
transacted and all members and Peaain r en aefr
frieds re ugedto aten. te matinee bridge to be sponsored
ifor the benefit of Senior Hadas-
ats Ellie Reisman entertained hekbs o1fr o. 1, min ate tl !
sweet sixteen birthday party. The on Jan. 23, full details of which
house was beautifully decorated w-ill appear in an early issue.
for the event in a pink and blue *

Sof Sydney H. Palmer, a prominent spons~e at h;is every public appear-
cite~size o Mimi toe honorary ofance. His record in the City Coun-
moembeWrshi inthe VeteransA. cil, where he has championed the
Foregn Wrs.The illim .cause of all taxpayers regardless
Mc~llister Post No. 1608, Veteran of opposition of small, self-seeking
of Foreign Wars, advises that thi interests, is an outstanding one.
report is incorrect. Mr. Meyer has been a resident of
the Beach since his arrival in 1925
Mrs. Reva Schwartz, connected and during that time his law firmn
with the Shenandoah Restaurant; has interested a number of capital-
for a number of years and poprl- ists who have helped develop nu-
lar in local Jewish circles, an- merous properties on the Beach.
ounces the opening of the Little A native of Wisconsin, he is a
Hungary, a restaurant specializing graduate of the University of Wis-
in Hungarian cooking, at S. E. consin and of Harvard. Besides
First ave. and Third st., on Sun- his general participation in the
day, D~ec. 18, where she will be c ivic life of the City, he has been
happy to meet her many local active in Zionist work, is a direc-
friends. Prices have been ar- tor of the Jewish Welfare Bureau,
ranged to meet the economic con- andi was recently elected president
s nitid n of the daP* f~ ht H bra Friendll Inrn which

Informality, marked with a
spirit of friendliness, was manifest
last Tuesday night at the annual
card party sponsored by the offi-
cers of Emunah chapter, O. E. S.,
~iit the Miami Acacia Club.
Greeting guests at the door
were Mrs. Lena Simon and Mrs.
Josephine Lobazine. Mrs. Lyda
Griffith presided at the punch
bowl, assisted by Mrs. Sadye G'
Rose and Mr. David Golde.
A hand painted card table do.
nated by the Worthy Matron, Miss
Berthea Men Bsoa, kwas won by

Other prize winners were Mrs.
Jack Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Scofield,
Mrs. Mary Adleman, Mrs. Sadye
Oliphant, Mrs. Rose Byers, Mrs.
Barney Winkle, Mrs. Marie Esca-
nazie, Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs.
Gunther, 1Mrs. Peg Palmer, Mnrs.
Hartz and Miss Minnie Yorke.
Plans are now under way for
a barn dance to be sponsored by
the Junior Hjadassah and Senior
Hadassah jointly at the Mahi
Shrine Temple on W-ednesday eve-
ning, Jan. 11. Decorations, coJ-
tumes, and refreshments will car-
ry out the general scheme of a
country barnyard affair. Full de-
tails will appear in our next issue.

Scout Official

Is Candidate
Serving on the Executive Board
of the Dade County Council of the
Boy Scouts, to which he was re-
elected last Tuesday, is but one of
the phases of public communal
work in which "Doc" Graves, can-
didate for the City Council of Mii-
ami Beach, is now engaged in.
Receiving his tea a ot cnexdut ve

of the Federal government for
more than six years at Clarksburq
W. Va., he came to Miami Beach'
in 1923i. Though expecting to re-
e ...u but a short time he was so
~dig~hted with the surroundings
and possibilities that he immedi-
ately entered business here and
has conducted the Graves Phar-

Smand as a speaker at various pub-
Slic mass meetings. He is now re.
;ceiving the support of citizens cif
Sthe entire Beach, who are urging
Shis re-election to the City Council
because of his fearless and impar-
tial attitude in all matters affeet- I
ing the public welfare of Miami

M840 YIOtr lege8
Faithful Worki

Pledging "a faithful and loyal
administration," Charley Wheeler,
lone of Miami Beach's leading rea'l-
tors, is mak ingan active fight for
eletio tothe Miami Reach City
ICouncil. He is proposing that
South Beach lots be thoroughly
cleaned, grass cut, street ends
made presentable through the en-
Stire South Beach end of the Oceanl
ffront. He also urges t~he estab-
lishment of proper strom water
sewers as soon as the~ economic
conditions permit. In asking that
spaces be provided salng the
;ocean front of South Beach for
Ihne~bP hnwA L~l: ~__~


The first of a series of congre-
gational dinners sponsored by
Beth David Sisterhood will be held
Monday evening, Dec. 19, begin-
ning at 6:30 p. m. In charge of
arrangements is a committee head-
ed by Mrs. J. Engler. Reservations I
may be made by calling Mrs. Sta~-
ley C. Myers. The public is in-

Jackie Cooper as a child of di-
vorce contributes both laughs and
pathos to a dramatic section out
of human life in "Divorce in the
Family," which comes Sunday and
Monday to the Tivoli Theatre. It
is the story of the heart of a step-
c~hild, based on an original story
by Maurice Rapf, and directed by
Charles F. Reisner, of "Reducing"
and "Caught Short" fame.
An elabroate all-star cast ap-
pears in "Divorce in the Family, '
including Im is Sone as te e th

father, Lois Wilson, Jean Parker*
Maurice Murphy, Lawrence Grant,
Richar Walac and D vd Ne

and his "gangr" and tense bits of
drama and heart interest blend in
the new production with the tiny
hero of "The Champ and "Skippy.

Attended by a large number of
residents and Nus 'sg nt

Junior Hadassah last Monday
night at the Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. Games were played
with the decorations resembling
the gambling casino at the fam-

rh .CstA mod witr maken e
lieve' radio stars broadcasting was
another of the large number of
features that made the affair out-
standing. A pre-war "bar" was
a center of attraction though the
refreshments served were not

tpd ainr of varoswcnei us hl

GoldeblthL ea c airma ofte
arrangements committee and she
wasr assisted by Miss Lena Weila-








--Paid Politic 9g)

"LITTLE HUNGARY" ltkto~t ge~iili
Real Home Cooke Hangarina
servtns Plate Lanchrt tktMw ase Dinraee
304 8. E. FIRST AVENUB (Dallas Park Section)
Reva Schwartz, formerly of. Shenandoarh f~taurant,.
welcomes yrour oarn~


a ye n asdea e tta lshe an un x
celled reputation for integrity and
devotion to public ideals. He i
first vceM resiidn cof the Lion
of the Dade County ,E member
Council for Boy Scouts, t e ive lr
ida A. Ar U., Miami Beach Pur-
biit t Council, Greater Miami Ar-
Reel alb. oa rduidng his andtio
to the City Council hes friend
pointato hin annee an ni ~t

hit oenral b los ed feall~-
son for his election. se-



re0soooooooo0 k!e, Miss Hannah Mack and Miss Jewish Worker
a Debs Gulkis. This affair was in .
'celebration of the third member- Ends Campaign
~ shp evnt end eted by the or-
ganzaton.In concludhig t e fn wik o

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L 0RIDIAN "Aksknd YeShall
by the agggaggggggagggy~-~
anW.FLAGER SREET Q.-How old is Unsane Tokef?
~cc~-._----A.-The prayer Unsane Tokef
6d3~ is said to have been composed or
~-------- at least reduced to its present
I. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor fombyR biMslmbeKa
p. o. Ros 2s'som b ab esua e K-
iami Floida Phone 2-1183 Ln ut thwhoe loa 18070dein TMa -
Iatered asR second-class matter JulFI sapoua lgn a oit r-
1. at the ut ontrie at Miams,, a.. gin, which is recounted in a man-
__~L--- ------- useript attributed to Rabbi Ephra-
WEST PALM BEACH OFFIca im of Bonn, who lived in the latter
114 sish~th street part of the twelfth century. It tells
__--.- MScrbikRprnetie Of One Rabbi Amnon of Mayence
sencsCIPTION and relates how the Alrchbishop of
Months .~ .. $I1.00that court continually urged the
wa ** ** **rabbi to change his faith, and how
exasperated at length by his re'
Friday, D~ecember 16, 1932 peated refusals, orders his hands
VYol. 5. No. 50* and feet to be mutilated. The
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Several hundred people attended
the first of a series of debates on
publi'e questions at Beth David
Congregation last Sunday evening
when Capt. M. F. Tobias, repire-
senting the negative, and Louis
Bandel, the affirmative, debated
"The United States Should Can-
cel the War Debts." Judge A. B3.
Small, Judge D. J. Heffernan and
habbi Carl Press were the judges
and awarded the verdict to the
negative side. Mr. Isidor Cohen,
pioneer Miamian and writer of an-
imal stories, presided. Refresh-
ments were served by Beth David
SSisterhood after the debate.
Plans for the celebration of an
nual A ZA Day Sunday evening,
Dec. 18, at Kapt'an Hall, provide
for a program that will be out-
standing in recent affairs. A num-
ber of local citizens acquainted
with the work of the national A Z
Ae(JunioomBNhai Brith) will e ld o
since its orgammzation several years

Isu ts willnube pesnt~ed, sde ea
musical numbers will be given by
professional and amateur artists.
During te evening smo es anthk d
rfretsh ent will be se ee d, T
Pance will follow the program
follow the program.

:iday, D~ecember 16, 1982

According to a Canadian farm-
er who has broken into verse,
"press the button" farming may
be introduced before 1950i when
the farmer who will never grumble
will touch a button at his bedside
and will only have to make out his
paying-in slips*
When I wake up in the morning I I
roll around the bed
And press the little button in the
wall beside my head;
The vacuum cleaners in the barn
begin their daily chores,
Currying the horses and sweeping
up the floors;
The automatic milker gets busy
on the cows,
While conveyors pass the hay
around for bossy's morning
The Leghorns' grain is scattered
wide to make 'em use their legs,
As the button sets the counter to

A ap i g opth eg g s o a y

Which melts like magic off the
steps as the fans betin to blow,
The twenty-horse power sarr and
ax will, uncomplaining, chop
The firewood for the kitcheri stove
until the switch says stop;
Hot water fills the bathtub, and
my nose imparts the news,
The electric stove is glowing and
the good MBocha brews.
I stretch, and feel that zero is not
without its charm
Since Dad at last consented to elee-
trify the farm.

The ex-Kaiser refused to meet
Harold Lloyd at Doorn. He is re;
ceiving only the North German

A South Texas judge, armed
with a hammer and tire tool, re-
cently reversed a deer. The lat-
ter challenged him on Iline points,
a count of the antlers shows.

Since July 1 the Government
has spent $5,000,000 a day mor~e
than it received. At first it seemed
out of the question, but, any'trick
is easy with patient practice.

Things may be looking up, as it
is several months since a power
holding company was caught burn-
ing its billion candle-power at
both ends.

A 1eia of yorp i
liailedr o hohy wi er. Tis i

weave the cigaret burns on a gate-
negtable into an Indian head de-

A girl isn't necessarily timidl
because she jumps at a proposal.

The fly has no more use for a
cow's tail than a man for a' fly,

yrr u py~U
and the rabbi, dying from the
fects of his wounds, was at his
own request carried into the syna-
gogue. When the officiating min-
ister was about to recite the Ke-
dus a, Ra bi Amnon stayed hin,

tify the most holy Name," and be- I

nze echehd itn eUd ae epred RaA
bi MeshHl~m ben Kalonymos is
said to have published thie hymn as
a memorial to the martyr, and
since that period it has formed a
portion of the synagogue service
for te New Year' Day and fo
the Day of Atonement. The story
lis regarded as a legend without



Hello folks! Is everybody hap-

Things have certainly been hum-
ing lately. Thursday night a
concert was given in the U. chap-
1.John Valentine, famous bari-
onand Marshall Elder, pianist,
uton an hour and a half pro-
ra.Besides the beautiful mu-
ieand the wide trariety of' num.
r, which included negro spirits.
western, popular, and songs of
hesea, the audience was treat-
dto a performance in character
yMr. Valentine, for all the songs.
The very nexijt nfigh~t the U.
ledhost to- the debaters of
rniyCollege,~ ..ublin,- Ireland.
thydiscussed the question of
'eoved, That .Capitalism Has
failed," in a non-decision debate
wihour boys. You who have ney-
trheard people from the British
ales speak have something to look
oradto. The polished lan-
nesilent Hs, decided accent
reboth runusing and pleasant to
heear. Much to my surprise the
speakers did not hold themselves
othe subject but instead took
nuch time and pains to belittle,
mbarrass, and cuss and discuss
ah other generally. These boys
rmIreland were very witty and
aratcand so some of the raw-
stremarks were hurled back and
orth, much to the delight of the
tdnt's. However, based on the
latity and quality of the ironic
sttments, I believe Florida won.
heeIrish boys must certainly
ave been slightly hot under the

But these aren't all the doings
taig place. Tonight the Flor.
daPlayers, dramatic organization,
isTtting on play. at nme i
osdto be very comical.
Some time ago I mentioned that
SmHarris was doing well in
soe extra-curricular activity but
tht I couldn't think of what it

Hav you heard about the
Yen ?
It's where it's never
I: remember when
Weewoqrh about
And men,
I've no yen
For the
Until it is

any histori-cal value. Simon Frug etc., are brought before the Beth
made it the subject of an epie, Din. Religious questions and ad-
while Scharkansky wove it into a isoymtesvr rqunl
popular Yiddish drama. In private and complicated nature,
are likewise submitted to thait dis-
Q.-What is the organization !tinguished Jewish juridical body.
and function ^of the Court of the Both non-Jewish, especially offi-
Chief Rabbi in London? cial, and Jewish bodies, look to the
A.-Among the institutions ad- Beth Din for advice aind help in
ministering the ecclesiastical af- various directions, such as effect-
fairs of the Jews in Great Britain ing the validation of foreign 'inar-
is also found the Beth Din. It is Iriages and r~iligious divorces, etc.
officially knowh as the Court .,f In addition to all this the' Be'th
the Chief Rabbi,' who is its pres- D~in is also entrusted with the dis-
ident, the Court consists of two position of cases involving prose-
Dayanim, three assistant Dayan. lytization, Gittin and~ Chalitzot
im, they are all ordained rabbis, and it is responsible for the initial
and a clerk. The Beth Din serves and periodic examination of Sho-
the whole Jewry of Great ~Britain. chetim in order to secure and prop-
It administers justice in accord- erly maintain a uniform standard
ance with the Jewish Law of Equi- of efficiency aind skill in the tra-
ty, entirely free from cumbersome ditional administration of Shechi-
technicalities and without the pro- tah.
verbial law's delay. The Rev. D~r. -
A. Feldman, who is now the senior Q.--In a discussion with a
Dayan of the Court of the Chief friend whom I visited during the
Rabbi, in describing its work said, Passover holidays I disputed his
that "LThe Beth Din is a combine. claim that the Church laws 'pro-
tion of courts: it acts as a Maigis- Ihibit Christians from accepting
trate's Court, County Court, a Matzos from their Jewish neigh-
High Court, Probate and Divorce bors. Was I not right ?
Court." Cases of husband and A.--There is an obsolete Church
wife and other domestic differ- law (recorded in Ancient Law The-
ences, breach of promise, de- odosius, Liber Poenit) which sus-
ceasedls estate, vendor and pur- ~tains the contention that Chris-
chaser, partnership, master and Itians were prohibited from accept-
workman, apprenticeship, land- ing from Jews their unleavened
Iod and tenant, loan, commission, bread. The law reads: "If any
copnation, slander and libel, Christian accepts from the i fi-
Sdla ymost eirmunle verned aka
Psof thleadin matyarksme^ ao did shares in their impieties, he shall
Pistoln team. iLat year ea to be do penance with bread and water
wel n rthisfeld.o hamis slendid for forty days; because it is writ-
congatulted on i BP ten 'to the pure all things are
iwork. pr'...."
I'll be seeing you.

If I should fail to make a brave
Into that void that all too soon
must close
Around" the day, remember, God
the rose
Is red and bowed with dew, and
that the line
Of sand and sea will nevermore
be mine*
And in that hour recall how I
have bent
My soul in reverence before a hill
That brushed a floating cloud, and
that the spill
ouf sunlight' through a wood has
made me cry:
"Oh God! Oh God! How frail a
thing am I!"
Frown not on my reluctance, who
have spent
So many years where pinks and
pansies grew
Beside a door where bergamot and /
rue .
Melt in a past while gropmng ones
like me
Ask that the dark be lit with mem-

"Only America can tell our eco-
nomic future, "says a London
spokesman on war debts. Will
someone kindly cross our palm
with~ silver?

Midwestern ofiers spent a
week runtling down a suspect who
was not yet released from a peniq
tentiary. Ever andt anoni some
parole board neglects thid ame-

A New Yorker folded his wife
in a wall bed when she became
troublesome. If she were any kind
of a housekeeper she could have
told him this does the furnitors no;

A missionary society is said to'
have smuggled thousands of Bi-1
bles into Russia last year, and
harried authorities are greatly dis-
turbed by the lawleastiess of the
younger element wiho cairy Bibles
on the hip.

"On board the Bremen without
clothing," an actress radioed back
to New York. "The show," say,
the other passengers resolutely,
"Lthe show must go on."

cetai wof app it et as Sece-
tary of the Treasury, if any. Pos-
sibly in the belief that money is
getting so hard to raise that it,
may do better when grown,ander




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In January, 1930, 28-year-old
Rabbi Feinberg, of Temple --,
roadway, New York, resigned from
the rabbinate .and exitered the
Japillard School of Music to study
ligirt opera. In a dramatic fare.
well speech to his congregation,
he declared that a mercantile at.
mosphere had descended upon the
synagogue. "The temple of to.
day," said the conscientious and
music-loving rabbi, "is like Tutan-
kh'amen, studded with jewels, but
bereft of life. Science has re.
placed religion. Sigmund Freud
holds more sway over human af.
fairs than the high priest minis-
tering in his temple."
A :young, soulful and very sen-
lightly a twelve thousand a year
sitive spiritual leader discards
positions, on conscientious grounds.
He ex~emplified in his own life and
reaching the force of a c~onsecrat-
ed personality. Sincerity, cour-
ag~e, sweetness, light, purity, per-
sonal uprightness, he emphasized
in his counsel to others and fully
daysqnstrated in his own life. His
sermons were sources of true edi-
fica~tion and spoke to the heart.
He waa perhaps deeply moved at
the.thought..of being numbered
among those to whom so impor-
tant an office is entrusted.
Yet, after four years of spiritual
service, our friend discovers that
his preaching, his persuasive, pen-
etrating, kindling, effusion of feel.

frm those so lul eesm fo n
brief moment, and he saw the
truth. The gay trappings were
removed, and nothing; remained but
a mocking display. His divine eas-
ties had collapsed and crumbled
even as the walls of Jericho. His

;Y*Has a~U Reol ofY Tru '
r~..a~hi ana~ric w .ia
the People's laerest"

r. eidd Petild. 4adr.)

Friday, ~Deemeber 16,

Pase' Four

Burbridge Gets benefit f eveyesewe n of the City The RadioSy
*i *n R c only prosper when all parts of the
Aid m Rac Beach work for the common godThe completion of the fiit

In the closing wk of the rath- 1 fal fbo sa fte.d
er active campaign for the City The scheduled supper of the Wo- gu wl e observed aRB
Council of Miami Beach, William man's Club of the Workmen's Cir- spieil program over WIOD~
Burbridge, one of the leading real- cle has been postponed and the ten to eleven o'clock on S8
tors and property owners of the date will be announced in our next morning. Rabbi S. M. M4l
Beach, is making considerable issue. founder and director of the i
headway, according to impartial: Synagogue of America, wrill pl
observers. Mr. Burbridge came uto At the first of the series of Con- on ''Brotherhood." Leonard I
Miami Beach in 1922 and soon be gregational dinners to be held by ban, representing the junior I1
came immersed in the upbuilding Beth David at its Talmud Torah synagogue, will deliver th d
of the community. In actual con- Jlonday evening, Dec. 19j, Sydney monette on "I Hope." Guest a
struction work he probably built L. Weintraub will be master of ers on this program will be L
more stores than any other man cleremonies, Capt. M. F. TobiasJ.L. White ofe_~ the First Bp
in the Beach. Though he hasi w ill speak, as will Stanley C. My- UUChurch Miami; Mayor R. B, a
owned considerable property which ers and Rabbi Miax Shapiro. En- tier, of Miami; Mayor Val
takes up much of his time, he has tertainment will be furnished dur- Cleary of Miami Beach; Mr.(iGb
made it his business to find suf- ing, the evening and cards will fol- el F. Newbur~ger, representing C
ficient time to engage in civic andl low the supper. Reports of the al Gables; Mr. Jesse H. Jay, pa
communal work for the benefit of w or'k of the steering committee ident of WIOD Br~oadcasting e
the Reneral community. Though will be given. Mrs. Isidor Cohen pany. The musical portion oft
he made practu~allyv no effort in is actively assisting in the ar- service will be presented by CI
1!l28 when he was a candidate for rangements. !tors Louis Hayman and Nath
the Council, he was only 17i2 votes *: Wroobel, who will chant, alub
short of election to office. He has Rabbi Mfax Shapiro of Beth Mr. Earl Barr Hanson, who a

~u~c~s~ house of God, his temple of heav-
1: .enly inspidition, suddenly appear-
Rabnucllyed At him ijn the light of a stock

Speaking ......n .einl .. hi. pi
$ for the last time, he denounced
not' only his temple, but spoke bit-
By RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD terly and vehemently about the1
clru~ua~m uulrmua* (unholy traffic in religion through-
out the world, not excluding the

Whether our courageous rabbi '
is happier in his operatic environ- I
ment, is not the question. WCe
are concerned only with the star-
Stling truth of his statements, which
Share very obviously non-biased. And ~
Inow, as a daring attempt to ex-
pose the pernicious bootlegging of
the American rabbinate, comes a
bold and colorful article in the
Jewish Advocate, written by Rab-
bi Jacob Freedman of Chelsea,
Mass. In a lengthy and detailed
article Rabbi Freedman throws
discretion to the four winds, and,
knowing his rabbis, states facts
which will certainly stimulate
some profound thinking among Its i
"For more than 20 years,"
writes Rabbi Freedman," Ameri-
can Jewry has tacitly watched the i
invasion of 'free lances' or unor-

become knrown as a close student
of municipal affairs and has been
a frequent attendant at Beach
Council meetings. H~is voice has
been heard from time to time to
protect the interests of the Beach

David Congregation will inaugu- accompany them.
rate a class in Elementary Hebrew

for adults next Tuesday evening
at the Talmud Torah Hall. begin-
ning at 7:45 o'clock. At 8:30 the
same evening there will be a meet-
ing of a Jewish history discussion
group. All interested are invited
to attend and join in the work of
these groups.

dained men, in the rabbinate. Can- taxpayers. He pledges hris every
Itors, teachers, collectors, field andi energy to the adoption of a com-
social workers, center direct'ors-- plete tax system whereby taxes
all suddenly become rabbis, reli- w would be evenly and fairly distrib-

ammmross eamm~i---

gious leaders in Israel ... Ar uted according to the value of the i a
congregation needs a rabbi, of property taxed. He is receiving The Miami Beach Jewish Sociail
course. It also needs a cantor, for the support of a host of Jewishi Set held a very successful dance
he is indispensable. And a sched friends made during his long resi- last Thursday evening at the Mi-
chet,.he is a sine qua non. And dence on the Beach. ami Beach Golf and Country clubh.
the Talmud Torah, yes, without, An unusually large number at-
doubt, a Hebrew Teacher. Each rv r tended this dance, which is one -of
of these public servants, exclusive I CVIC W Ofkeraseeso wekydnsgie
of the rabbi, they reckon, must lss am inevrThsdyvnig
thave aminium slar yer ofu two A general meeting preceded the
thouand dolalar af yar Thusan ao- de .ielnpeieto dance under the chairmanship of
larra s tatrvda t ofsi thousnd do the Los Club an nnatv i Murry Grossman, president, when
some one who is perpetually flit. worker in many other organiza- plans were discussed for the pro-
ting about on the fringe of the tins, is concluding the campaign m tio interest in the cdm-
rabbinate chances into town, and jfor election to the Miami Beach. mnt eer
offers to 'do everything,' the con- City Council which he entered atl Next week on Thursday night,
gregation quickly senses the bar- the earnest solicitation of business Dec. 22, there will be a special
bain, the 'Metzia' to be had, and men" and taxpayers. Heading Keul- dance in honor of the parents of
procures this 'four-in-one-man.* ing Flower Shops, Inc., and Keul- memlber n elwseso h
So, by virtue of some miraculous ing, Inc., importers of antiques,clb
formula, being by profession nei- he also finds time to be actively ~ __
their cantor, teacher nor schochet, connected with the Lions Club, of 1
he becomes a 'rabbi.' Hallelujah! which he is president; Miami R H S EC WT
a rabbi is born." Beach Business M~en's Association,
(To Be Continued) MIiami Beach Chamber of Com. "22 YEAR IS I IAI
merce, City of Miami Beach Apart-
ment House Association, Rod and

T~nghtReel Club. Florida A.tA U.,ia
each License Commission. In ad- -
Grand Opening affairs, he has had considerable
S T. REG IS "rinn "' n eni"er Mr "" "'l T liv
h~eun hshbeen a resident of shd Did You 'Know....
"Florida's Greatet Restaurant resides at 3701 Sheia d v.wt The most important thing In select-
Valu'. o .erian ae. ith int your eye doctor is considerila his
Y~fae"his family. He is being support- experience and reputation.
ed by many of the leading busi- UTime winl Ten**
Phne44 Collins Ave. ness men and residents of the la~m a th meatpoto oap ablti~m.
5-9213 Miami Beach, Pla. Beach License Commission. In ad- Hundreds consult Dr. Baeckwitt.
on an economic, sensible admini. 36 N. E. First Ave.
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Miami Beach

C~ity~ Council man
WH!l ap~rciate yeru vet, sa
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(Paid Polkical Adv.)

Friday,(r. December: 16, 1982

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'"'""""""1111fllllllllfll To compliment Mrs. Benjamin
Because of illness in Mrs. Lee Margolis, a recent bride, Miss Reg-
toth's family the junior commit- gi se Goldstein and Miss Lillian
ee of Beth David Sisterhood gave Chisling entertained' with a bridge-
ts card party at 8 p. m. last tea Sunday afternoon at the Bel-
Nednesday at the Beth David Tal- levue hotel, 407 N. E. 17th terrace.
nud Torah auditorium, 137 N. W. Mrs. Margolis was presented
Chird avenue, instead of at her with attractive gifts from the
tome. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, chair- hostesses. The prize winners were
nan, was assisted by Mrs. George lities Beatrice Goldenblank, Miss
;oldberg, prizes; Mrs. Oscar Ar- Irene Farr, Mrs. Hyland' Rifas,
lintar and Mrs. Nat .Blumberg, re- Mrs. Stanley C. Meyers and Miss
reshments, and Mrs. Max Pepper. Dorothy Brille. Appearing on the
-* itegram were Miss Millicent Ru-
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mink announce bin, who read "The Wedding
he engagement of their daughter, Present," and the Misses Sylvia
Sdythe Rose, to Norman S. Freg- and Irene Farr in a group of
er,, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Freg- songs.
,,of Omaha, Neb. Following ***
T wedding, which will take place A regular meeting of Beth Da.
it an early date, the couple will vid Sisterhood will be held on
eave for Washington, D. C., where Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 21, at
r.~ Fregger will resume his stud- the Talmud Torah Hall, begmnmig
ri atGogtrow be iUniversit and at 2mo'clock, An interesting po
iashington University. Rabbi Max Shapiro of the Congre-
Miss Mink is a granddaughter of gation as the principal speaker.
~r. and Mrs. Wolf Cohen of this ;All members and friends of the
:ity, and has received praise for Sisterhood are urged to attend.
Number of poems she has writ-
On Wednesday evening, Dec. 28,
Fortnightly Book Review club the members of the Beth Jaicob
seld its regular meeting Tuesday Sunday school and Talmud Torah
eveningg at the home of Mrs. Har- will present a Chanuka program
ry Weinberg, 819 Euelid ave., Mi- at the Miami Beach Elementary
uni Beach. Miss Katie Dean, prin- School Auditorium. A miniature

1928 and one year in filling out
the unexpired term of the late
William Scott. Mr. Clements by
his clear thinking and devotion to
the interests of the public helped
bring order out of chaos in salvag-
ing the banking situation caused
by the failure of the Miami Beach
Bank and Trust Co. and its suc-
cessor. He is now vice president
and cashier of the Mercandile
Bank and Trust Co., which is head-
ed by the well known Jewish com-
munal worker and philanthropist,
Mr. Philip Lieberman. His bank-
ing knowledge is one of the rea-
sons why Miami Beach enjoys an
unexcelled standing among the
cities of the country financially.
in his campaign he is stressing the
necessity for further upholding the
financial integrity of the city, and
the continuation of a policy of
District economy to insure this pur-
pose. He is receiving the support
of many Jewish citizens of Miami
Beach who have had close knowl-~
edge of his record and ability.

president of the Miami Beach
branch of the Young Democratic
Club and is also a preeinet com-
mitteeman on the Dade County
Democratic Executive Committee. I
Besides his connections with the
political clubs Mr. Pollak i a
member of the City of Mxami
Beach Apartment House Aslsoia-
Before coming to Miami Beach
he was in the real estate and merc-
chanig eburd ds inesCdta o.d
lis active in several civie and fra-
ternal organizations.

Bank Officer

Asks Votes

In closing the campaign he has
made for re-election to the City
Council of' Miami Beach, C. L.
Clements is basing his final ap-
peal to the voters on the basis of
his record in office. In conclud-
ing five years of active service to
Miami Beach as a member of the
I Beach Counnel, Mr. Clements has
served four years by election in

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THURISDAY, D)EC. 22nd, 1982
Ph a Cn, Iri~n Dlar, sled a as a

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for high scores were awarded to
Frank Rose, Paul Gilman, Ray-i
knond Bain, Sam Bornstein and
Miss Rita Gordon.

Mrs. D. J. Apte entertained
members of Sisterhood of Temple
Israel Thursda~y at a dessert
bridge at her home. Hostesses at
the five tables engaged in play
included Mrs. J. H. Kaplan, Mrs.
Philip Lieberman, Mrsj. Sidney
Meyers, Mrs. Louise Zeints and
Mrs. Isaac Levin.
Others playing were Mrs. Mitc'h-
ell Wolfson,- Mrs. M. Altmeyer,
Mrs. A. A. Ungar, Mrs. Herbert
Kleiman, Mrs. P. Bishop, Mrs, L.
Rausin, Mrs. B. S. Kahn, Mrs. Em-


ma Meyer and Mrs. J. Waldner of

cal circles, however.

He is vice

/Chicago. Mrs. Apte's sister, Mrs. I
Alvin Cohen, who recently came
to Miami to make her home from
D~allas, Texas, assisted Mrs. Apte
in entertaining
Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf and Mrs.
I. Wohl were awarded prizes.

City COURcllman
858s alpport

se ceonel ninihisC axn yearsM o
ami Beach, Harry McCarthy is
pointing to his unexcelled record
for devotion to the interests of the
citizens and residents of Miaml
Beach as a reason for his re-elee-
tion. Born in 1885 at Mlinneapo-
lis, Minn., where he received his
primary education, he subsequent-
ly attended Andover and Yale col-
leges. In 1925 during the boom
days he was one of the largest
realty operators in Miami Beach
and during that time erected the
Gulf Stream Apartments, one of
the show plaes le te Bet h eki
Council for a four-year term, and
in 1980 he was elected for a two-
year term now expiring. His many
frierids including some of the lead-
ers in the civie and commercial life
of the district are urging his re.
election because of the fact that
men of his business success and
abilities are needed on ~he Goun-
eil to insure respect and contin-
ned business administration of city
affairs. His long experience mn
municipal affairs entitles Mr. Mc-
Carthy to a return to office, his
friends assert. In his present cam-
paign he pledges support of a pro-
gram of efficiency and economy in
the administration of city affairs
without fear or favor in the in-
terests of the entire community.

Childers Seeks

Making a canvass of Miami
Beach voters and urging upon
them his record in the present
Cit, Cucil f .s.'Mi'"t Bec : r

tive campaign for election to a
second term. Coming to this see-
tion more than ten years ago, Mr.
Childers has become prominent in
the communal life of the district,
:'?""'arl hiand B acheb In
of the Heyer-Kiser laterests and
is now managing director of the
Investment and Mlanagiement Cor-
poration, which owns the Floridian
Hotel at Miami Beach. During his
two years service on the City
Council of Miami Beach Mr. Chi-
ders has been active in advocating
every measure to attract the tour-
ists to the city. He has cham-
pioned the cause of the local tax-
payer and is pledging his renewed
efforts to continue an economlesl
and emfcin 11 ins ais a~
management of hotels in the dis-
trict he has at all times shown his
willingness to cooperate with char-
itable and elvie organization by
plseins teenlities of the various
Hotels at their disposal. Mr. Chil.
Iag eitieans of the lai~. hi

I., j

service with a RabbDi, C~ntor and
choir will be demonstrated. A
fantasy, "The New Hope," will be
depicted by the children and a
program of musical numbers,
dancers, dancing and recitations
will follow. Prizes will be award-
ed. Rabbi Lazarus Azelrod is in
charge of the general arrange-
ments. ..,

Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a
Chanuka tea on Tuesday after-
noon, Dec. 27, at 2 p. m. in the
Miami Acacia Club mn the Con-
gress building. A musical pro-
gram will be presented and re-
freshments will be served. There
will be no charges of any kind
made. The public is urged to at-

Sunday evening, Dee. 18, th
Women's Club of the WNorkmen's
Circle is sponsoring a supper and
program at the Workmen's Circle
Hall, 701 N. W. Fitht ave. The
public is invited to attend and
only a nominal charge will be

:ipal of Miami Beach Lentr
school, reviewed Will Durant's lat-
Ist book, "On the Meaning of
the biography of "Mozart," by
Life," and Mrs. Henry Berg gave
~Marcia Davenport. Plans were
completed for the fourth annual
birthday celebration, whichk will be
a luncheon-bridge party at the
Wofford hotel. Mrs, W[it~n Wein-
cr is chairman of th~is affair.
Mrs. Josephi : Lobasine was
elected worthy j~atron of Emu-
nah chapter, O. E. S., last week.
George Griffith was chosen worthy
patron; Mrs. Laura Wallace, as-
sistant matron; Mrs. Robert Wal-
lis, assistant patrQn; Mrs. Lena
Simon, conduetr~edis; Mrs. Clara
Fine, assistant conductress; Mrs.
Lydia Griffith, treasurer; Mrs.
Ella Kaiser, secretary.

Mrs. Nat Blumberg was hostess
for a card party given by the He,
brew Athletic club Sunday night
in Beth David Talmud Torah. She
was assisted by Mrs. Jack Hirsch
and Mrs. Oscar Argintar. Prizes



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!Pollak gg

Paul Pollak, Miami Beach
apartment house owner, candidate
for city councilman, is staging an
independent campaign for that of-
fice and is making a vigorous can-
vass of Beach voters'
Mr. Pollak is one of the young-
er men in the race and is seeking
his first political office. He is
well known in Dade county politi-


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St. Petersburt

Congregation B'nai Israel, with
A. S. Kleinfeld, Rabbi, will hold
services Friday night at 8 p. m.,
when Judaic Council Night will be
celebrated. The Rabbi will preach
a sermon: "Women's Influence on
Religion." Saturday service at 9
a. m. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Hebrew classes daily from 4 to 6Fia i
Immediately after theFrdy
night service refreshments will be
served by the Judaic Council.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Soelety Banquet will be held Sun-
day evening at 6 p. m., D~ec. 18, at
the Horowitz Hotel. Rabbi A. S.
Kleinfeld will be the Master of
Ceremonies. ~
An organization of young folks i
which was formed recently have
chosen the name of the Young
Macca means.

rilroy Makes ~ s"dGaBGQes~Taylor Graven aie nt af fair, eeto o t dl
Indpenen FihtWest Palm Beach Active Support ***;,,1*** -aed tnhecampina
Notes Robert A. Taylor, one of Mdiami lbe ftue sces ofn Miane aa gu~
Mike Gilroy, well known Miami ggilBeach's foremost architects, is bups ess a dnmsnistatine ad snlbl
Beac etuatonr sacn B'nai Brith Lodge 1146 will hold proceeding in his ecto cm-city with all interests oelrn of
did te forh c ty te cilan em 0i its regular meeting Monday night, paign with the same exactness cooperating harmonionsyir
election. Dec. 19. and methodical manner that has cmo odo l.I
made him successful in his profes- years of professi 1a
Mr. Gilroy is one of the pioneers A meeting of Beth Israel con- sion. Laying his plans in advance IMr. Taylor has oena experispc
ofoMiami Bah haing 9 o 9. hne gre ato was held Wednesday he has systematically covered the for producing some en rehpoel
business almost immediately and night with the following bemng Beachand canvassed the voters. landmarks in this sectiono o
at present conducts the Sun Hoy elected: House committee, L. Van- In presenting his reasons for ~ask- Icountry, including the SpaILI
Restaurant at 217 Fifth street and gilder, chairman; Mrs. M. Pas- ing the support of the voters for Village, the Indian Creek d
als th Su Ho retauantattroff, vice chairman, and Dave election to the Miami Beach City Club, the Bath Club and ar
Flalerstret nd routes Fist atz, secretary; house and ar- Council he points out that every similar monumental buildiy B
avenue in Miami. rangements committee, Mrs. D iymsbeovrdinaod-Iis receiving support from rn ya
Feldman, Mrs. O. P. Greuner, Mrs. ance with a well executed set of the ledin ciizn ofs
For more than seven years heHelein ctznso i
opertedthePekn Cfe n OeanSam Goldstein, Dr. Carl N. Her- pas Just as every architect in Beach who are aiding him stn
Drive at First street and catered m ,Mr.AGsprad r.A plnigablin alos orly in his campaign at
to many of the Beach's distin- Gasper. A bazaar w-ill be held emergencies and stresses of all
guished visitors. Before coming to during February, the date to be kinds, just so must every city pre-
Florida~ Mr. Gilroy spent a num- announced later* pare for its business to meet every For Year Health's Sake Bly
ber of years with the Fred Har- emergency that occurs. He pledge-, i New York Brted and Cak Co.C
vey System of dining cars on the Regular Friday night services of a careful and methodical study of BREAD AND CARES
Santa Fe railroad. Temple Israel are held with Dr. the city's needs, a reduction in th"r 471 S. W. 8th St. Phone a272
Mr. Gilroy in announcing his Carl N. Herman officiating. budget commensurate with the Bac tr:15N .5hS

w~elfar~e of the community, treat-


candidacy says he is an independ.j TepeIre od er
lent candidate, from the middle Tml salhlsHbe
Miss Mary Abrahams and Miss sci o am e h. n classes every Wednesday afternoon
Annabel Jacobs were hostesses at, that he intends to represent alll and Sunday school in the annex of
the special meeting of the Judaic sections of the Beach if elected. I the temple on Broward ave.
Council Monday evening, held at --
the ome f Mis Anabe Jacbs.Beth El congregation holds reg-
Interesting articles were read byr A 1ula Frda niht erce atth
Mrs.S. Fvolnt ad Mis Mri- a oose Hall, 434%i ~ Clematis st.
am Miller, who were 'ii:~harge of O l y r. J. Solomon officiating andl
the program for the evening. The M.I osdlvrn emn
members were also entertained by I
a very icm~ical impersonation giv- BehDvdSseho sso- A regular semi-monthly meeting
en by Miss Rose Horowitz. scoring a food sale for Dec. 22 and ofCnrgto Bt lwshl
At this~ meeting plans were 23adarneet r nat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Modr-
fromed and completed for the charge of a committee headed by ris Moss, 615 Sunset Road, with
Charity Dance, to be given by the Mrs. Sydney L. Wemntranb. ThePridnJaknedrpsdi.
Council at the Shrine Club an affair will be held at 8 E. Flagler Elrectiont of officersto plaesdn.
Tuesday evening, Dec. 27. The st. and Mrs. J. Kopplowitz will
next meeting of the Council, which adithwrk Mr. Leo Greener returned Fri-
will be a special meeting, will be day from New- Yor'r after an ab-
held oThursday eve~ning, Dec. 29, NiexPtaSnamd sk nig Dec MM, sece of three weeks.
Beach is sponsoring the first of~r a red fMs.Narc i
series of card parties during the Finso r.MuieDr-
current season at the Sea Breeze sen of 524 Hampton Road will be
HoteL Play will begin at 8:30 glad to learn that she is resting
G ift an thepubic s inite to tte~1. comfortably after an operation
ISrie al th b~e aisudin tor to at performed at the Good Samaritan
scores and refreshments will be i 'ptl
fr m "~ ".h~ i n~~ u6 ~~is a committee headed by Mr. Men wonder where the summer
a Frank Becker and Mrs. Sam Co- girl is stowed away during the
hen. winter. .

Wednesday evening, Dec. 21, II--~. ~81
mean more at te Js. o Coni .... 0 .. 2 ish w .. .
en will give its seventh annually H N K
formal dance at the Coral Gables A C A U A

Chanukah =.=:".'2GF...
will be enjoyed and a number of

el ranged to entertain the guests. A APPRECIATE
special plate luncheon will M
soia cag~erved by the organization at an hr o e FO O T SAV ER
~bC: affairs is a committee headed by I
Miss Harriet Kantor, who is being
assisted by Mesdames Jack Simon I ,~~Z e
We spanned and scanned A1bdra h,Me nS afd toli ese Ann
two ontnens fr te 'Millie~ and Sylvia Dreisen, Sara
inimitable gift selection ad Calte KhRt
that awaits you in our iSchwartZ and Fay Sheldon. The PRENTIS
Gift Shop .. .An agate public is invited to attend. I
smoke set consisting of Miss Ethel Mintzer, who is a
match case, cigarette student of .the Ploridar State Col.
box and four ash trays lege for women at Tarllahassee re-
would be a pleasant re- turned to the city today to spena
membrance for the best seweal selr wit rer parenM
of friends, ~while an ex- aiBah
quisite pair of Italian ...
marble book ends would Maartin C. B5ecker, wenl knows New Lower Prices
be perfect for that "spe- Miami Beach resident, and Jack
eial someone.,, Grossfeld of New York will open $8.50 and $10.50
the St. Regis Restaurant at 446
Collins ave. this evening. Both of
Smoke Set $150 -hs *e haved conide a l
Book Ends $25 ad bav sevda Jwish Itientele
osfts shop, w- semsase famous St. Regis Hotel at Fleiseb.
man, N. Y. Beservations for the POOT SAVER SgHOES3
BZ1Td~~l ~ 7pnn dinrhv en po rng `189 SEYBOLD ARCADE
Ione f otb s -tantding successesl '' M --A L


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DEC. 20, 1932

(Paid Political Adv.)

TO The



x Or Chanukah!

TO Y S. --

Wagons, $2.25i to $5.95
Tricycles, $1.95 to $11.50
Fibre Chairs, $3.95 to $5.95
namps: Floor, Bridge and Table, $1.95u to $61.95
End Tables, Magazine Racks, Occaseional TablesB,
Davenport Tables, Pier Cabinets
Streit Easy Chairs, $29.95 to $49.95
Secretaries, $29.95 to $49%>

335i-33'1 N. Missilt ave.

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