The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 7, 1929
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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ROBBED


ndits Esape in
utaoobile After
Bold Robbery
wo robbers escaped in an
touring- car driven by a
d bandit after holding up
robbing Oscar Arginator
is dry goods store, 415 N.
mi avenue, of $850 in
his watch and revolver
a quantity of merchan-
,Tuesday, morning. Po-
trailing several clues had
d no trace of the trio
et.
o of the men entered
inator's store shortly af-
the latter had opened for
ness. One of them pur-
ed a pair of shoes and
ented a -bill df large de-
ination. When Argintor
t to his safe to change
bill the robbers covered
,forced him to open the
and submit to search.
after obtaining the money
two robbers helped them-
es to a suit case, two pairs
oes, two dozen shirts and
dozen .ttie&~

sh Girls Elect-
d to Membership

e Miami High and Ponce
on High Chapters of Hi-
s Club held their fourth
ual installation last Wed-
ay night and among those
ted to membership were
Bea Eisenberg and Miss
lia Spector..The latter is
daughter of Mr. Samuel
tor of Coral Gables one
e active workers of Beth
id CoMwgation, and pres-
t of the Hebrew Free
Sowqety of Miami.

eatre Adjusts
ni Strike Here

after a strike, which has
ed for eight months, the
on settled its differences
terday with the Wolfson-
yer Amusement Company,
rator of the Capitol Thea-
and a temporary agree-
nt was reached. By the
ms of the-new understand-
,menSbe sof the union will
employE .until September
whieam My agreement is
I be wr*en.
Pickts of the union who
e- rad-ing the side-
ks e taatre since
e advising
eds. ( Cai'tol.
ill ,be
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Friendship League New Commissioner Sunday School Pic- Junior Couniel
Elects Its Officers Chosen at Election nic Huge Success Installs Officers


Marking the first meeting Redmond B. Gautier, old


of the Friendship League to
be held in the new Talmud To-
roh Building, of Beth David,
on N. W. Third Avenue last
Wednesday night the follow-
ing were elected as officers
for the ensuing term.
President, Milton Klein,
Vice President, Miss Elsie
Weinberger, Corr. Secy., Miss
Ann Sherman, Sgt.-at-arms,
Milton Trager, Treasurer,
Ernest Weinkle, and record-
ing Secretary, Fay Werner.
An elaborate dance is be-
ing planned for June 30th for
the benefit of the Talmud To-
rah Scholarship Fund to
which the entire proceeds of
the evening will be devoted.
It was unanimously decided
that the Friendship League
join the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau as an annual contribut-
ing member.
The League expects' to re-
tain permanent headquarters
at the Talmud Torah Build-
ing.

Miami Boy Wins
Honors at School

Philip B. Lefkowitz of Mi-
ami is among the students of
Ohio State university who
will receive honorary awards
for distinctive work. Lefko-
witz is a student of the col-
lege of liberal arts, and is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Lefkowitz of 555 S. W. Fifth
St. For two years he' was a
student of the University of
Miami.
He is receiving one of his
key for distinctive and indiv-d
idual research work in pshy-
chology-in which subject he
has carried on many and var-
ied experiments, asnong them
one of 48 hours' duration, in
which he ran a series of tests'
of a group of representative
students of the university. To
date. Lefkowitz has had seven
thesises accepted for publica-
tion by local and European
magazines.
Lefkowitz will also receive
the key of the university glee
club, of which he has been the
student business manager for,
the year.


Benefit.umage Ribbi Dr.jaob H.Kapln
of Temple Israel, will leavq
a oe oeon is vacation, Sund, Jun
--- 16t1 and will o first to o-
The rummage sale which is bie, Alpbama, where be iwil
being conducted by the Sis- officiate at the wedding of his
t4rbood of the Chesed Shel niee, lWas Helene Icrimn.
meat the rim of N. W. He wl be aewa o
P:itrt tw sa- nidd',v. tetipJy bMrsArve.L tuE
for thy b 4tEMa auBWBy t espnlted t tI

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time resident of Miami for-
merly County Judge and hold-
er of numerous offices within
the gift of the City of Miami;
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At "Air" Banquet


The Talmbd Torah and
-Sunday school picnic of the
Beth David was-held last Sun-
day at Hollywood and was at-
tendbd by more than three
hundred children and about a
hundredand fifty adults.
All met in front of the new
Talmud Torah Building, the
.children being -taken in pri-
vate cars, two trucks, donated
by the Royal Palm Ice Co. and
the Sanitary Mattress Co. al-
so furnishing a truck. The
party traveled by way of the
Dixie Highway to the ball
field at Madison and 16th Sts.
Hollywood where the athletic
contests were held. After the
contests were concluded the
ball game between the stu-
Sdents and the faculty was
played resulting in a complete
rout of the faculty to the
score of 3 to 0. The score is
remarkable in view of .the
fact that on the faculty team
such outstanding athletes as
"Goldie Goldstein of Univer-
sity of Florida Fame, Stanley
C. Myers, Harold Berke, I.
Hochsteln were playing.
When these athletes stepped
into the batter's box it ap-
peared that their bats we&
full of hols through which
the ball passed.
After the bill game the
party went to the Hollywood
Country Club, where use of
the pools ahd locklet were
presented to the children and
-adults absolutely frqe of
charge. Swimming contests
were held and then a fat wo-
man's race and a fat men's
race were held.
Milk was distributed to the
guests- absolutely free of
charge, due to the generosity
of the Farway Dairy which
also furnished buttermilk as
well. The Beth David Sister-
hood provided ice cream and
cake for all the children. At
5:30 p. m. the guests return-
ed to the City.
Representing the Sunday
School 'on the arrangements
committee in charge of the
athletic events were Stanley
C. Myers and. Herbert E.
Scherr. Actively aiding were
Mrs. Chas Marknwitz. Har


was chosen as the only new
City Commissigner at the
election held last Tuesday.
Two years ago at the munici-
pal elections held Mr. Platf
was the victor over Mr. Gau-
tier by 17 votes, and at last
Tuesday's election Mr. Gaut-
ier was chosen by. thirty-
eight votes. Those who know
Mr. Gautier know that a very
valuable addition to the city
Commission has been made.

Jewish Welfare
Campaigns For
New Members

'The campaign for new
members is still being con-'
ducted -by the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau which is in need
of funds to continue its splep-
did work for the alleviation
of the distress of many of our
Jewish brethren of Miami.
Letters have been sent out by
mail to many of the residents
of the City requesting their
membership fees.


JwL AtSrSlu m %ffBsiL -
hood tolold Party
The Sisterhood of Beth Da-
vid wiltR lBoM. rd party for
the b ue tit OFhe paniahin
FaCo the, -e Talaud- To-
Wih, next Tesday evening at
8 p. m. A : .eil prgam
has. been a .fw tke
taetanlment .btFeests. The
hiewiems for the. ein" g wwt
be M;L X Buck4sti an Ms.
J. Lteas Shechot.
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The fourth annual banquet'
of the Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women which marked the
formal installation of the new-
ly elected officers was held
at the Arab Tent, Hotel Al-
cazar, last Tuesday evening.
The motif of the event was
the aeroplane, a large model
of which was in the center of
'the huge dining table, and
. smaller models of which were
at each guest's plate. The
smaller aeroplanes were at-
tached by streamers to the
larger model. Place cards and
programs were all aeroplane,
shape.'
The outgoing president
Miss Flo Alpert presented
each of the outgoing officers
with gifts in appreciation of
their faithful support render-
ed during her term of office.'
Mrs. Shayne was presented
with a Junior Council pin as
honorary member, and Miss
Alpert the retiring president
was presented by the organi-
zation with a gift for her ser-
vices during the year.
Miss Marcella Seiden acted
as Toastmistress, Mrs. Jacob
H. Kaplan delivered the invo-
.cation The past history oftlh'e
Council was presented by
iss. Ann Simons and Ray
Werner. A reading was given
by Miss Louella Wallerstei n.
A tribute to the outgoing.of-
ficials was presented by Miss
Addie Ross, and Mrs. Wi,.
Shayne installed the officers. -,
The retiring president Miss '
Alpert then delivered her lfi- .
al, message and. turned. the .:
reins of office over to Mi ss
Martha Scheinberg the new .
presietf wlm -responded in
very, appropte terms. The
concluding address in thie '
"bon voyage" was exey
to the npw administration was
then "made by Miss Bdith Sil-
verma. The event was o b of b
the outstanding affairwaf.
season.
"passenger list" c
of the following: Miss.8e
Miss Irene Farr, Miss Ait4
Smons, Mis Florence BeI
vick, Miss. Martha Gross, .
H. Wolpert, Miss WerneLt
TR erC
Mi S Baette Simons, MiW
Tillie.Piriger, Milas CIr
Rubin, Wl0as Reggie Golt&
Mldre Miss Ann Wfeio
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami, Florida
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
302 S. W. 4th Ave. Phone.8745

EDITORIAL STAFF
J. LOUIS SCHOCHET BEN DOROM
A. CHOCHOM A.N. ASHER



WOMAN'S ROLE

Every morning the Jewess who prays others the
following benediction, "Blessed art Thou, O Lord our
God, King of the Universe, who hast made me ac-
cording to Thy will," and the Jewish man says,
"Blessed art Thou, O Lord our God, King of the Uni-
verse, who hast not made me a woman. Both of these
blessings are expressions of thankfulness. The man is
thankful because he is privileged to observe many ad-
ditional commandments. The woman is thankful be-
cause she has been endowed with the privilege of being
the home builder. Her responsibilities in this connec-
tion absolve her from observing certain ceremonial
practices.
"The valiant woman," the real woman, has been
placed by Judaism upon the highest pedestal. The
thirty-first chapter of the Book of Proverbs is dedi-
cated to her and this chapter has been taken fig-
uratively to allude to the Torah. The fact that King
Solomon could find nothing loftier to which to com-
pare the Torah than to a valiant woman, indicates
how highly the "Ayshes-Chail," the noble Jewish
woman was prized. The rabbis in the Talmud Niddah
45b, speaking of the creation of woman, plays upon
the Hebrew word "Vayieven" as implying "Bienaw"
disconcernment. They say that "The Holy One, Blessed
be He, gave to woman a greater power of discernment
than to man." This, I take it, refers to intuition, that
sixth sense of woman which man lacks.
The Bible in on unmistakable terms tells us of
the two functions of woman. She is to be the com-
panion and the mother. She is called upon to be "the
helpmeet opposite him" (the husband)-opposite, not
in tendency, but as the mirror, to mirror before him
courage, faith and all the nobler striving in life. The
second and crowning function of woman is mother-
hood. The modern woman is rapidly losing her place in
the scheme of creation. She is trying to be more mas-
culine than man himself, thus out-Heroding Herod, as
it were. Her charm and her influence are steadily de-
clining, as she becomes less and less what Got meant
her to be. When woman is given a name in the Bible,
she is called "Chavaw" or "Eve," which' means "life."
It is high time that the modern woman set about re-
claiming the rich heritage, those two glorious privil-
eges of companionship and motherhood, which are so
distinctly hers.
HERBERT S. GOLDSTEIN.




i Smiles Tears and Folks
I By
PEARL D. BROOKS
i (Reprint from Nugget)
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It's become American trad-
ition to meet everything with
S a smile, and maybe it ought
S to be that way-and yet-
S and yet-haven't we learned
to smile too much at every-
thing, from crime to catastro-
phe-smile, shrug, regret,
and.go on smiling? and in go-
ing a little wild haven't we
somehow lost the very pre-
cious gifts of warm sympathy
quick human understanding
and fellow feeling?
S After all it isn't the laugh-
ter of folks that endears them
S to us so much, and it isn't
their joys that bring them
S nearest. It's their sorrows,
their t ial", the things they


have to bear-even if they're
things that can become jokes
afterwards when the stress is
over, and something to laugh
about then.
All the calendar days aren't
clear days. And if nature
needs rain and clouds and
storms for the evolution of
natural things, tears and sor-
rows and storms in human
life may be our development.
To face life and its vicissi-
tudes with a smile to save
others from discouragement,
is one thing. To face every-
thing, everywhere in life, with
a smile, is quite another. Yet
laughing off things that
shouldn't have been laughed


at, brought the Ffench Revo-
lution.
Most of us fight, might and
main, against being just folks.
Most pf us yearn to do a little
flashing around, but after all
i it isn't the bright luminaries
that really keep the world go-
ing around. It's just the plain
folks-folks who do the hum-
drum things faithfully-sow
reap, cook, mend, nurse, love
-yes, and hate, at least the
things that ought to be hated.
And when troubles come
and things go wrong, some-
how it's seldom the high-ups
who come to pick you up and
see what's hurt. Tie plain, or-
dinary folks don't have to
come, because.they're already
there, standing by in ways
you can let them stand by-
they don't ask if they can
help, they Just do, because be-
ing plain folks they've prob-
ably, stubbed their own toes
one 'time or another, they
Know how it feels. So they
know just what to do and how
to do it because they remem-
ber what it was that other
plain folks did to heal them
quickest.
Of course, we all want to
be something, to do some-
thing with the talents and
gifts that we think we have.
And if we can we ought to.
But if, in the end, we're mis-
. taken about ourselves and it's
our fare to be just plain folks.
after all, it ought not to be
so devastating. For there isn't
such a difference between
luminaries and mere folks ex-
cept in the outward seeming.

A POSTSCRIPT


A devout Irishman had a
bad break and finding him-
self in hard luck, decided to
appeal to the Lord for assist-
ance, says The Office Cat.
For reasons best known to
himself he abandoned the
usual methods of obtaining
divine aid and wrote a letter
asking the Lord for fifty dol-
lars, and dropped it with due
reverence and care in the cor-
ner mailbox.
When the letter reached the
post office it fell into the
hands of a mail clerk who,
not knowing just how to sort
it, broke the seal. The appeal
therein seemed so sincere arid
the subject so worthy that
the clerk, who was a Mason,
took it with him to the lodge
and turned it over to the sec-
retary who read it aloud and
suggested that some of the
members might care to help
out this evidently deserving
man. A collection was taken
up and revealed approximate-
ly $25, which was accordingly
dispatched to the Irishman
with a letter from the secre-
tary.
The Irishman received the
money and was duly thankful
however, the amount was
soon dissipated, and Pat found
himself in the same embar-
rassing situation, so that af-
ter some thought he decided
again to appeal to the Lord.
So he wrote another letter
asking again for fifty dollars
and thanking the Lord for the
former help. Only this time he
added a postcript which read:
"And please, dear' Lord,
send the money through the
K.C.'s, because the 1at time
the Masons held out $S2 m
Me."


Some men's wives are club
women and others.use rolling


pins.


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There is a bright spot in
every life. A star is even re-
flected in a glitter.

These days the still small
voice needs a megaphone to be
heard above city traffic.
*
SGive a calf rope enough and
he will hang himself; give
calves display enough and
they will rope in a man.
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Now and then we read in
stores (but did you ever ac-
tually see) where a woman
was rendered speechless from
fright?

You needn't cast pearls be-
for eswine, but you can make
enough money out of raising
swine to buy a string of
pearls.
*
"Here's how I view it,"
Said William McFallendar,
"A date on the corner's
Worth two on the calen-
dar."
*
"You can't keep a good man
down."
"Mebbe not but some-
times you see a woman who
tries to keep a bad man up."
*
"Can you tell me where I
can get room and board?"
"Yeh-you can get room on
a Western prairie and you can
get bored reading the Con-
gressional Record."
*
"Is this the Woman's Ex-
change ?"
"Yes, sir: what can I do for
you ?"
"I have a forty-year-old
wife; I want to swap her for
two twenties."

Wife-Didn't I see you and
that woman exchange looks?'
Hubby-I wish we could;
I'm homely and she is some
pippin'.
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It hangs around me in a haze--
A sort of ghost of boyhood
days-
A wraith of dear sweet days
gone by
As I recall them with a sigh


Oh, Time, you cheat u
ing tears
For our swift journey t
the years.
Oh, won't you take m
again
To. the old time swim
hole; the lane

So sweet and fragrant
young bloom
And singing birds to
gloom.


Oh, give
youth
Before I
truth.


me back the faith

learned Life's cn


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Opines that "A woman'
sneer is more hurtful than -
man's blow." Mebbo so, b
no sneer ever sneered
force a man to drag out thh
old "ran into a door" alibi.
S S
The Times-Union declared
that the world's great bed
time story' is "Get up, deEa
and put out the cat." We beg
to differ. It is "Dear' I think
I hear someone in the house.
*
Wonder if Atwater Ke4
stop all that static. Unless he
is Crosley, he might think it
Majestic. And unless he has
the endurance of a Spartan
he may think a Mohawk ia
after his Radiola'a scalp.
S
Sir: I sold a nice (though
used) suit of clothes to a neg.
ro man on credit. He died in 9
week and was buried in it
What would you suggest?
Why not have 'the police
comb the underworld.
-"
Chicago writer says the
word "flapper" originated
from the word "dapper." And
judging from the way some
of the modern girls act it
might have come from "scap-
per."
*
If they want to pump up
some of those balloons with
hot air, why not attach an ai
tube to the federal capital
building?
*
If we could get along with-
out eating and wear
clothes, just think of their
times we'd have with the
est model cars?

The dearer a girl is the
more expensive she is.
.,
Modern babies owe a gre
deal to condensed milk.
S
We live and learn whether
we go to school or ot. ,
,S
How can you jog.a man
memory when he ha't any
."..
It takes a bank c, ier
tell a fellow of his
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through become an asaMt, bi s
the "et" is thai.
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Mrs. Wm. fPriedman with
er son Milto aitd daughter
osalind are ving Friday,
n the S. Iroquois to at-
tend her niece'as wedding. Be-
ides visiting mother and re-
atives they will spend part
of their vacation in the Cat-
kill Mts., New York. They
1wl return to Miami in the
all.

Mrs. Milton Weiner and
Mrs. Sidney Palmer were
hostesses at abridge party at
Mrs. Palmer's home, 945 S.
W. 4th St. at 8 p. m. which
was given for the benefit of
the Loyalty Club of the
Emunah Chapter. Among
those present were: Lillian
Friedman, ILena Simon, Etta
Wolfe, Bert Green, Estelle
Steinberg, Pauline Berg, Jos-
ephine Meyerson, Agnep Sal-
ka. Rose Salka, Betty Klein,
Ella Kaiser, Gertrude Rosen-
thal. Reba Hyman, Bertie
Kraft, Rose Salis, Ethel
Shochet, Evelyn Small, Olga
Swartz, Francis Orlin, Ray
Rosengarten, Estelle Blunker,
Grace Fine, and Rose Spitser.
High score prize was-won by
Mrs. Francis Orlin, 2nd prize
went to Mrs. Blunker, and
third prize to Mrs. Reba Hay-
man. High score prize for the
poker tables went to Mrs. Lil-
lian Friedman. Mrs. Josephine
Meyerson won the doll, which
was raffled off. Refreshments
were served and everyone
present enjoyed themselves
immensely.

(in Friday evening Miss
Viola Katz, Miss Norma Wolf
w ill entertain at an old fash-
ioned hay ride and "weinie"
party in honor of Miss Veeda
Wolf and Miss Veeda Cooper
and Mrs. Jasper Cromer.
"Kosher weinies" and water-
melon will be served to the
guests. '

Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Cohen,
old time residents of Miami
are expecting to leave for a
brief vacation in Henderson-
ville, N. C. the latter rprt of
next week. After a brief stay
in Hendersonville' they will,
travel to Philadelphia to visit
friends aid relatives. They
are expected to return to Mi-
ami in the early Fall.

Mrs. Alex Miller accompan-
ied by her mother Mrs. Mor-
ton left for Chicago and other
points o0rth to spend the
summer vacation. While away
Buy your U.5. Cu' ketr-
REIAJ I MOTOR CORP.
5th and taih i Mmiai eaech

"Relahid h Erety Respect"

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various style centers of
North in anticipation of
Fall and Winter season.
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Mr. Lionel Cassel is leav-
ing for a three week's stay
in New York City where he
will meet Mrs. Cassel who is
with her mother during her
mother's serious illness.
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SMiss Norma Wolf and Har-
old Tobin acted as hosts to a
dinner party in honor of Miss
Veeda Wolf and Mr. Jasper
Cromer, Thursday afternoon,
at the Coral Gables Country
Club. Those composing the
party amongst others were:
Miss Veeda Wolf, Mr. Jasper
Cromer, Miss Veeda Cooper,
of Washington, D. C., Dr. Ben
Margolis, Miss Viola Katz,
Ernest Weinkle, Miss Rose
Furr of Washington, D. C.
and Dr. I. Weinkle.
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Mrs. Al Goshen entertain-
ed at a bridge party and mis-
cellaneous shower at her
mother's home on Northwest
First St. last Tuesday after-
noon, honoring Miss Veeda
Wolf whose marriage to Mr.
Jasper Cromer of this City
will take place this coming
Sunday afternoon. High score
prizes were awarded to Mes-
lames M. Cowen, H. I. Magid,
J. H. Katz, and Dave Solo-
mon, and 'the consolation
prize to Mrs. A. Berger. The
home was decorated in a pink
and white color scheme. Re-
freshments were served and
then the gifts were displayed
to all the guests.
*
Wednesday evening, Miss
Norma Wolf entertained in
honor of Miss Veeda Cooper
of Washington, D. (. at a
tacky party for girls only.
The tables were decorated in
beautiful but odd style, re-


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various kitchen ware and hte
guests being given prizes for
the best "tacky" costumes.
Later in the evening the
"tacky" trousseau wpa dis-
played and a mock marriage
was held. Refreshments were
served and a' late hour the
guests departed.
*
The Beth Jacob Auxilliary
of Beth Jacob Congregation,
Miami Beach was formally or-
ganized June. 3rd, at the
Mare Vista Apartments,
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
when the following officers
Were installed:
Mrs. J. Caplan, President;
Mrs. L. Miller 1st Vice Pies-
ident; Mrs. Jos. Reisman, 2nd
Vice President; Mrs. S. Mil,
ler, Financial Secretary; Mrs.
Shapiro, Treasurer; Mrs. J.
B. Berner, Recording Secre-
tary; Mrs. Bertha Reimin,
Publicity Chairman, and Mrs.
I. Mintzer, Auditor.
Mrs. J. B. Berner was elect-
ed an honorary member of
the Auxilliary. Bridge was
played after the business was
concluded and the refresh-
ments were served by Mrs. J.
Albert, Chairman assisted by
Mrs. A. Cohen.
*
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld of
Beth David Congregation, Mi-
ami, delivered a very inter-
esting address and wished the
new organization God speed in
their 'endeavors.
*
Joseph Wilensky, son of
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Wilensky
of Jacksonville, Fla., distin-
guished himself at the Uni-
versity of Florida. He recent-
ly won the junior oratorical
contest and gold medal offer-
ed by the board of trustees
of the university, defeating
Ditie Beggs of Pensacola, one
of West Florida's brilliant'
young speakers. This is one
of the highest honors achiev-
able at the university in pub-
lic speaking. The other is the
senior oratorical contest.
Wilensky has been a mem-


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ber of the debating team for
two years, and No.,1 man on
the freshman debating team.
He is looked upon by his fel-
low students as one of the
best debaters the university
has ever had.
He is a member of the Farr
Literary society, Tau Kappa
Alpha, and Alpha Phi Epsilon
honorary fraternities. He en-
ters law school next year, and
plans to get an A. B. and an
LL. B. degree.
*
Mrs. H. W. Cohen and baby
are leaving to spend their
summer, vacation in Chicago
with friends. They expect to
return in the early fall.
*
Members of the Mana-Zuc-
ca Music club presented
a Wagner program at Mazica
hall at 4:30 p. m. Monday. It
included reading on Richard
Wagner by Dora Rosenhouse;
baritone solo, "Evening Star"
from the opera "Tannhauser"
by Major McKinley Ash, with
Betty Dorsey at the piano;
soprano solos, "Traume" and
"Elsa's Dream," from Lohen-
grin, by Mrs. H. Feibelman,
with Hanna Spiro Asher at
the piano; violin solo, "Prize
Song," from "Meistersinger,"
Jane French, accompanied by
Corinne Ernst; soprano solo,
"Dich Theure Miller, accom-
panied by Mrs. Asher.
Daniel Seidenberg, guest
artist, whose cello solo was
last on the program but cer-
tainly not ledst, gave Popper's
"Hungarian Rhapsody." Mr.
Seidenberg is of the Philadel-
phia Symphony orchestra.

Business meeting of the
Loyalty club of Emunah
chapter 175, 0. E. S., was held
at 8 p. m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Lena Simons at
521 S. W. Eighth ave.

Miss Veeda Cooper, of
Washington, D. C., is visiting
her cousin, Miss Veeda, Wolf
for several days.
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berg, a popular bride-to-be,
was the oriental bridge and
dance which Mrs. Gertrude
Sherman, Mrs. J. N. Morris
and Mrs. William Shane gave
for Miss Scheinberg, her fi-
ance, Stanley C. Myers, and
the wedding party at the Sun
Hoy restaurant, Miami Beach,
last Monday evening. Mrs. Joe
Richter entertained for the
bride-to-be Wednesday after-
noon and Mrs. Samuel Aron-
ovitz was hostess for her
Thursday evening.
*
Miami chapter of Hadassah
will give a benefit bridge par-
ty JUhe 10 at Kaplan Hall, to
which .*he public is invited.
Hostesses will be Mrs. L. Se-
ligman, Mrs. H. Rubin, Mrs.
M. Dubler and Mrs. L. Zeintz.
*
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Kaplan and Max Orovitz of
Opelika, Ala., which is being
announced by Mr. and Mrs.
S. Kaplan, parents of the
bride-elect, is of interest to a
wide circle 6f friends. Miss
Kaplan is a student at the
University of Miami and a
member of Upsilon Lambdu
Phi sorority. Mr. Orovitz is
connected with the City Na-
tional bank.
*
Mrs. S. Mony Kaufman and
her children will leave on Sun-
day, June 16th for their sum-
mer vacation which they ex-
pect to spend with relatives
in Georgia. They expect to re-
turn early in the Fall. Mrs.
Kaufman has been Secretary
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Beth David

Late services at Beth David
have been discontinued for
the summer months and will
be resumed in the fall. The re-
gular early services will be
held regularly.
The Bible Class of Beth
David will meet as usual on
Sunday morning at the Syna-
gogue at 10:30 at which time
Rabbi Weisfeld will conduct
the class.
The Sunday School will
meet as usual Sunday morn-
ing and final examinations
for promotions or graduation
will be held.
On Sunday, June 16th the
closing exercises will be held
in the auditorium at which
time the prizes for scholarship
will be presented.

Temple Israel

The usual Friday night ser-
vices will be held at Temple
S Israel, Friday night. There
will be no sermon preached
and the services will be very
brief to enable those who de-
sire to attend the Miami High
School exercises at Bay Front
Park to do so.
Confirmation exercises will
be held at the Temple on
Thursday night, next at 7 p.
m., it being the first night
of "Shvuoth."
The confirmants are Jerry
Goldberg, Clara Hodes, Har-
riet Kahi, Frances Kane, Ed-
na Wolkowsky, Bernice Watts,
Estelle Riesner, Leona Rose,
Sylvia Leibovit. Immediately
after the services a reception
in honor of the confirmants
will be held in Kaplan Hall at
which the mothers of the con-
firmants will be hostesses.


Beth Jacob, Miami Beach

The usual Friday night and
Saturday morning services
will be held at the Synagogue.
Sunday school will open as
usual at 10 a. m. Talmud To-
rah classes are being conduct-
ed daily by Mr. B. Silverman.


Mr. Jack Weintraub of the
Southern Radio Corporation,
left last Friday night for the
purpose of attending the Ra-
dio Convention in Chicago. He
will stay there for about a
week or ten days and on his
way back will cover several
Florida cities where he is ex-
pected to establish branch of-
fices.
*
Julius Damenstein; popular
Miami jeweler is again in the
public eye, having presented
the Bar Mitzva Boys Club of
Beth David with a beautiful
wall clock for the new Tal-
mud Torah Building, and Cap-
tain Muller with a wedding
ring, eye glasses and wrist
watch on his arrival in a small
boat on his trans-oceanic tour.
*


Mr. Harry Cohen, of Cohen
Bros. nd Romley's left on a
short buying trip to New
York Gity and other Northern
points and is expected to re-
turn to Miami shortly with
quite a number t bargains.


SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 8)
to Rabbi Kaplan and Temple
Israel and is one of the most
active workers in the Temple.
*
Mrs. Maurice Weintraub of
401 N. E. Twenty-sixth ter-
race, left Friday night to be
present at the graduation of
her daughter, Martha, from
Barnard College. Miss Wein-
traub will receive her. degree
Tuesday night and 'then she
and Mrs. Weintraub will leave
New York for an extended
tour of Eastern cities, return-
ing to Miami in the late fall.
*
Members of the Wing and
Wig club of the University
of Miami presented a three-
act comedy, "Kemp," by J. C.
and Elliott Nugent, at the
university auditorium at 8:15
p. m. Wednesday.
The cast included Ruth
Bence, played by Dora Rosen-
house; Dad Bence, Edward
Cohen; Ma Bence, Louise Mc-
Callman; Jane Wad, Elinor
Mool; Katherine Bence, Reba
Engler; Ben Wade, Laurence
Catha; "Kempy" James, Bur-
ton Reeser, and "Duke"AMer-
rill,'Harold Oram.
*
Miss Edith Silverman is
leaving for the North the
early part of next week to
spend her summer-vacation.
She expects to return in the
early part of September.

Herbert Scherr left Wed-
nesday night for a brief trip
to Tampa and Orlando and ex-
pects to return to the City
early Tuesday morning.
*


Inadvertently the name of
Mrs. Louis Ruscol was omitt-
ed as one of the hostesses at
the eBeth David Sisterhood
card party. last week. We re-
gret the error.
*
The local chapter of the
Hadassah has chosen Mrs.
Morris Dubler as its chair-
man of theJewish National
Fund committee in Greater
Miami.
*


Mrs. Joseph Richter enter-
tained at her home in Shen-
andoah, Wednesday after-
noon at a bridge party honor-
ing Miss Martha Scheinberg
and Mr. Stanley C. Myers,
whose wedding will take place
on June 16th. The guests ad-
journed to the dining room
where a beautifully decorated.
table covered with an Irish
point lace cloth and strewn
with cut roses graced the
elaborately laden sweets tab-
le. Miss Scheinberg was pre-
sented with a gift prize.
Among those present were:
Mrs. M. Scheinberg, Mrs. P.
Scheinberg, Mrs. J. N. Morris,
Mrs. S. Markowitz, Mrs. M.
Feinberg, Mrs. S. Silverstein,
of Tampa, Mrs. A. Aronowitz,
Mrs. B. Green, Mrs. S. Klein,
Mrs. H. I. Magid, Mrs. M.
Ghertler, Mrs. L. Seiden, Mrs.
J. Bernstein, Mrs. C. Green-
field, Mrs. I. Wassman, Mrs.
Chas. Davis, Mrs. M. 'Gold-
man, Mrs. S. Lutzky and Miss
Marcella Seiden.

Mrs. Wm. Shayne, Mrs. J.
N. Morris and Mrs. Gertrude
were joint hostess l st


Monday-evening with an ori-
ental bridge ad dance at the
Sun Hoy Restaurant in honor
of Miss Martha Schelnberg
and Stanley C. Myers whose
marriage will take place
shortly. The members of the
bridal party and a few friends
were present: Bridge was
played and at midnight a chop
suey dinner was served. Ori-
ental appointments were car-
ried out in place cards and in
favors. A beautiful guest
prize was presented to the
honor guests.' Bridge prizes
were won by Mrs. Irwin Cas-
sell, Aaron KBnner, and Mrs.
Louis Heiman. Among the
guests present were: Mr. and
Mrs. M. Scheinberg, Mr? and
Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mr.. and
Mrs. Sol Lutzky, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Heiman, Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Cassell, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Solomon, Miss Mar-
cella Seiden, Miss Gertrude
Huebsch, Miss Faye Wein-
traub, Miss Ruth Kaplan, Mr.
Aaron Kanner, Mr. E. Max
Goldstein, Mr. L. Bandell, Mr.
Max Orovitz, Mr. and Mrs. J.
N. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Shayne, and "Mr. Leonard
Abess.
*
Mrs. S. Silverstein of Tam-
pa, is in Miami visiting her
sister Mrs. Harry I. Magid of
this city. She expects to re-
main here for a short stay af-
ter which she will return to
her home in Tampa.
=
Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis
Shochet entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Small at dinner
last Friday night to celebrate
the retirement of Mr. Small
from the grocery business.
*
Herbert Sher and "Billy"
Schneidman took a trip to
Everglades City last Thurs-
day and returned with a catch
of forty-two fish consisting
of snooks, snapper, red fish,
and jack. They acted as hostA
to number of prominent res-
dents of i the Wonderview
Apartments and some of the
officials of Beth David Syna-
gogue.

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