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The Jewish Floridian ( June 14, 1929 )

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, Juiie 14,1<
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami, Florida
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
Phone 8745
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802 S. W. 4th Ave.
EDITORIAL STAFF
v J. LOUIS SCHQCHET
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BEN DOROM
A. N. ASHER
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Just a brief thought occurs to one when the second
of the three festivals in Jewish life rolls around once.
again. The Feast of Weeks coming after the seven
weeks of abstinence following the holiday of Liberation,
is best remembered however, for the "Zman Matan
Torasaynu" the giving to the Jewish people of the Book
of Books, the Bible. And the thought that cannot
help but occur to the thinking Jew is: Why amongst
all the nations and peoples of the earth must the Jew
alone be ashamed of the greatest heritage ever be-
queathed to man ? Why is it that in the schools it is
inevitably the, Jewish child that; knows least of the
Bible. And one cannot help but think of the beautiful
lines of the late Morris Rosenfeld, which we here quote:
THE BIBLE
Is it a book, a world, a heaven,
Are those words, or flames, or shining stars,
Or burning torches, Or clouds of fire
What is it, I ask yethe Bible?

Who inspired those infinite truths?
Who spoke through the mouth of the prophet?
Who mapped out the highways of ages,
The glorious lines of the Scriptures?
been subjected to that acid
test before referred to, I am
happy to admit that my
friendship for Stanley hat
withstood that test and has
come out stronger than ever.
May the Editor, on the oc-
casion of the marriage of
Stanley C. Myers express^ his
unabated friendship, sincere-
ly and whole heartedly, and
his wishes for a life of unal-
loyed joy and happiness; of a
renewed and unabated will-
ingness to serve together in
the future as in the days of
the past. __
And knowing the bride of
his choice, we feel that out-
wish will and should come
true.
Stanley ..... vMit Glick".
DONT BE DECEIVED
BY APPERANCES
) i
Who planted the flowers of wisdom
In this sacred soil of the angels ?
0 dream of eternityBible
O Light that is all and forever.'.--,.,
We just wonder whether on the occasion of Shvuoth
there cannot again be revived in the heart of the Jew-
ish boy and girl, the, Jewish man and woman, that love
for the Torah which was handed down to us at Sinai
r
on that memorable occasion, which love has carried
the Jew unfalteringly through the ages despite perse-
cution and torture.


And we wonder whether the beautiful custom of
decorating the house of worship with flowers on Shv-
uoth is not because of the fact that the Torah should
be to us an everlasting symbol of the beauties and
truths contained therein just as the ferns and flowers
are an everlasting reminder of the beauties of nature
and the Glory of God.
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BETWEEN FRIENDS
Even the Editor of a paper
cannot help remembering
friends once in a while, espec-
ially when an important-event
in the life of that friend is
about to take place.
That one chooses friends is
an oft repeated story, but the
teat of friendship comes whe.i
opinions and beliefs begin t/
be different, when one's asso-
ciations and interests change
for some reason.or another.
That friendship is subjected
to the acid test when because
of a public issue a stand dis-
tasteful to one is taken by the
other and stories about that
friend begin to be conveyed
from one to another. '
The Editor cannot help but
convey his expressions of sin-
cerity when an important'
event in the life of a friend
whose friendship has been
-
.
subjected to that acid test is
about to occur.
The Editor has had the
pleasure of knowing,Stanley
C. Myers for a number of
years having been associated
with him during the course
of that time in the splendid
work of the Mens Club of Mi-
ami, in the work of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau, in the~
work of the Hebrew Free
Loan Society, and last but not
least in the Beth David. One
can learn and does learn the
character of a man when he
meets him in such work. But
more than that does he learn
to know that man in his daily
association with him in the
home and in business. I reak
ize that in the past few
months certain actions have
been taken by friend Stanley
which the Editor cannot and
does not approve. Yet, having
George Harding,-the patent
atorney, liked to tell a story
which has a point few of \m
can afford to miss.
' In 1856, Mr. Harding, while
working on a case in Cincin-
nati, was speaking to several
distinguished men when a
gaunt, awkward country law-
yer from Illinois was intro-
duced to them. Not only did
the group pay scant attention
to the stranger, but presently
they turned their backs on
him.
That was Abraham Lincoln.
More than 20 years later
Harding was trying another
case in a town that happened
to be crowded. Hotels were
spilling over. A man *Whoir
Harding had met' casually
asked if he couldn't share his
room. Herefused, with firm
courtesy.
I hat man was Grover
Cleveland.
"After that, I decided that
I couldn't judge people by ap-
pearances," Mr. Harding used
to say, with a smile.-
Genius is often stingy with
her show windows. Some of
her beneficiaries look the
part. Many do not. Yesterday
I presented a friend to one of
the brainiest business men in
New York.
"Is that the great?" he
asked later. "Why, he strikes
me as something the cat
brought in."
"Maybe," I replied, "but I
jmow he has a shrewd, bril-
liant brain and a warm, cour-
ageous heart under that cur-,
ious appearance."
A few years ago I met a
world-famous writer whose
work I have always* extrava-
gantly admired. He looked to
me like the perfect proprietor
of a butcher shop. I know a
preacher of the most sensi-
tive spiritual qualities who
might pass for a professional
pugilist. On the other hand,
three of the most futile Pres-
idents would have been per-
fect artists' models for Mas
ten of the White House.
Snap judgements aren't all
they are cracked up to be.
When Nature is making
geniuses she has a habit/ of
paying more attention to the
contents than to the contain-
er.
Oh, well, a fellow never
knows how little he can do un-
til he tries.
*
There is one thing certain:
we are uncertain what a wo-
man is going to do next.
*
Let the masculine necks be
held proudly while yet there
, is time. These are marrying
days when they must slip in-,
to the matrimonial yoke.
* *
No matter how rough and
terrible a man may make his
life voyage through misdeeds..
if he has conscience for an
anchor there is always hope
for him.
* *
He couldn't hold his arm out-
The poor young, giddy
churl
So another car crashed into
him
His arms were full of girl.
The girl was sweet and
prety
The boy was young and
dapper.
He couldn't see the traffic
light
His lap was full of flapper.
Douglas Fairbanks got off
a good one over the radio re-
cently : "The wors tthing that
can happen to you," he said,
"nut be the best thing that
happens to you if you don't
let it get the best of you."
\ "Medical science has
'lengthened life twelve to
fourteen years." .
"Huhmarried life does
that, or at least it tends to
make life seem a darn sight
longer to me."
* *
Out in the Old Golden West
hemp played a prominent part
in a necking party.
* *
Father to daughter: "Go
pull *off that sunback dress,
and I don't want any back
talk."
. *
To a club, literary, Miss Ran-
dal
Belongedit was high brow
not banal
But when she returned
From a meet her ears burn-
ed
For Browning's queer name
for scandal.
'*..
Speaking of air tragedies,
how about a kid's kite lodged
it a tall sycamore? .
*
Looks like designers of wo-
men's dresses are going to let
high enough alone.

How can you look at the
shoreline at the beach, with
the waistline so attractive?

Curves are dangerous,
whether on a road or on a
base-ball There, we didn't
say what you expected,

A woman who weighs aboafl
two hundred pounds nevoa
reads the shipping news about
tonnage and the like.

THE BLUSHING BRIDE
They tell of the brushing
bride
Who to the altar goes, ,
Down the aisles of the church]
Between the friend-filled
rows;
There's Billy whom she mofcf
ored with,1 '
And Bob with whom she
swam;.
There's Jackshe used to j
golf with him
And Steve who called her]
"lamb,"
There's Ted, the football man
she owned,
And Don of tennis days; '-.
There's Herbert, too, and
blonde Eugene;
They took her to the plays.]
And there is Harry, high
school beau,
With whom She used to
mush,
No wonder she's a blushing
bride,
Ye gods! She ought to
blush! \>
The Wither Ve&
The reluctance of women to |
tell their age, adeems to date
back to Old Testament days.]
In the entire Bible there ii
only the woman whose age is
given Sarah, ^Abraham's!
wife.
* *
Sandy was.a leader of thd
kirk. His increasing redness
of nose very much atermew
his brother elders, and a deta-
gation waited on liim to ii
quire the reason fo t the ii
creasing color. Sandy explain-
ed thus; "It is glowing nfi
pride at never putting itse^
in other folks', business."
? V;
Bread is the staff of HfeJ
it's our desire j
keeps up the high c t of J
ing.
*
A concise and punchf ul ren-|
dering of the G* i Rdkl
would be: "Do unto ttthers
though you were 1 others.
* .
And there's still ax ther rea-1
son why you shot 1 be kiol
and helpful to the poor-jl
these topsy-turvy days an
one of them may suddenly b
come rich.
*
"Watch my smoke," aatf
the sheik as he flipped a cig-
arette butt i i clo
awning.
* e.
Some even believe ra
American girls will soon
We to outstrip I
maids.


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page 3
litial showing of the por-
It, "Red Chalk," by Miss
jfman, was held Wednes-
evening at the' Everglades
el. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan
subject for the drawing
with him to inspect the
tch. were Mrs. Kaplan, Mr.
Mrs. Louis Seientz, Mr.
Mrs. L. Levin, Mr. and
5. I Mendelson, Mrs. Her-
Feibelman, Dr. George
losenthal, Mrs. Ruby Ron-
Miss Ida Kaufman and
is Francine Kaufman.
*
ie Beth Jacob Sisterhood
liami Beach, will hold a
party at the Mare Vista
lei, 202 Ocean Drive, Mon-
(, June 17th, at 2 p. m. Al]
ibers and friends are in-
iabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
host to the teaching staff
Jeth Dacid Sunday School
Wednesday night at the
itial Restaurant, when the
swing were present: Miss
tha "Scheinberg, Miss
\e Farr, Miss Goldie War-
dL Miss Edith Silver-
i, Stanley C, Myers, E Max
stein, Sol Berke, Mr.
Mrs. Louis Heiman, I.
stein, Miss Norma Wolf,
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld.
* *r *
Henry Berg enterr
sd at her home in Shen-
for members of the
Jaiightly Book Review
Those attending the
ting were, Mrs. Al L.
Iter, Mrs. Adele V. Rose,
(and Mrs. Joseph S. Fields;
Raye Rosengarten, Mrs.
Cohen, Mr. Henry Berg,
[Mrs. Rosengarten. Other
ibers include, Mrs., Harry
iberg, Mrs. Albert E.
fenthal, Mr*. Charles Ros-
^rten, Mrs. Alex Goldstein,
Nat Sharaf, Mrs, Horry.
and'Mrs. I. A. Ruscol.
farewell party was given
itly by William Freidman
|is home in S. W. Second
ft for Mrs. Friedman and
children, Rosalind, and
>n, Who are leavingjor
York for hte summer
jths.
ridge was played during
(evening and prizes were
rded to Miss Sylvia Ray-
[Mrs. Sirpta, Mrs. Tober
f Mrs. Carlow.
'''# a ''
frs. Harry Rayvis and her
gfoter, Sylvia, left yester-
morning by automobile
Philadelphia, wher6 they
| attend the' graduation of
iid a Ravis from the Uni-
|ity of Pennsylvania. Af-
Bpending a few weeks in
adehphia they will visit
javes in New York City
[then return to Miami.
* *
leetings of the Mana-Zuc-
fuwc club will be held dur-
Jie summer at the home
k*.< J. A. Dann, 1888 N.
feventh street. The follow-
| program was given at
p. m., Monday.
relude" (Mana-Zucca) by
Jones; reading (Charles
_jan) by Mrs. L. B.
[nd; "The Robin Song"
"Shenewis" (Cadman)
John Kirk Shenn
t the pi-
ano; songs composed by
Charles Ferry with the com-
poser at the piano, sung by
DriskiU Wolfe; "Die Nacht"
(Strauss) by Mrs. H. Hodg-
son with Cecilia Wrinkle at
the piano; piano solo, "Rhap-
sody, in E Flat" (Bhrams) by
Corinne Ernst, and "Ro-
mance" and "Mandoline"
(Debussy) by Dora Miller',
with Mana-Zucca at the piano.
* *
Interest of a large group
of friends centers around the
announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Rose Marks and
Louis B. Rifas, made Sunday
by Mr. and Mrs. H. Marks, of
829 N. E. 85th. St., parents
of the bride-elect. This was
announced in these columns
several weeks ago. The /Wed-
ding will take place July 21.
Miss Marks is a member of
Upsilon Lambda Phi Sorority
of the University of Miami,
where she attended school
last year. She is a graduate
of Highland Manor School for
Girls at Tarrytown-on-Hud-
son, New York, and has also
attended the University of
Alabama.
Mr. Rifas is the son of Mr.
and Mrs, Max Rifas of Chica-
go and is affiliated with the
Miami Title and Abstract Co.
of Miami, where he has lived
a number of years.
*- *'.
" Miss Francis Georgia Roth,
an honor graduate of the 1929
class of the Miami High was
recently complimented by
Mrs. Philip Somberg and Mrs.-
A. jit. Kanter with a bridge
shower prior to her departure
to enter the Florida State Col-
lege for Women. The guest
list was limited to friends of
the Roth family. A color
scheme of red and green was
carried out in the garden
flowers which adorned the
double reception room of the
Kanter home, and the porch
where bridge was played.
Miss Roth made a pretty pic-
ture in her girlish dress of
organdie in pastel shades so
becoming to her brunette
beauty. First prize, a lunch-
eon set was won by Mrs. Selig
Richman, a recent visitor
from Savannah. A hand em-
broidered apron was won by
Mrs. S. Tannenbaum as sec-
ond prize, a bridge- set was
won by Mrs. Barney Slifkin
for third prize, and the con-
solation a bridge deck was
won by Mrs. Nail. Late in the
afternoon an ice course was
served. Among those present
were: Mrs. Selig Richman,
Mrs. Barney Slifkin, Mrs.
David Bogen, Mrs. Lionel
Goodman, Mrs. Louis Roth,
Miss Dorothy Roth, Mrs. S.
Tannenbaum, Mrs. Henry
Berg, Mrs. S. Dietz Mrs, C.
Tannenbaum, Mrs. S. Aben-
son, Mrs. A. Rauzin, Mrs. I.
A. Ruscol, Mrs. Nail, Mrs. J.
Levey, Mrs. P. Somberg and
Miss Georgia Roth. Miss Roth
was presented by her hostess-
es with a rhinestone laval-
ierre.
* *.
Mrs1. Chas. Markowitz will
be hostess at a linen shower
in honor of her niece, Miss
Rose Marks whose engage-
ment to Mr. Louis B. Rifas
was' announced last week, at
the Tlamud Torah Auditor-
ium, on June 18th, at 2 p. m.
.* av *
A beautiful and well at-
tended card party was held in
the auditorium of the new
Beth David Talmud Torah
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last Tuesday evening for the
benefit of the Talmud Torah
furnishings fund. Quite a
large number of members and
friends attended the event at
which Mrs. I. Buckstein and
Mrs. J. L. Shochet were hosts.
Prizes were awarded to the
highest score at each table.
Miss Martha Scheinberg,
whose marriage to Stanley C.
My era will be an event of Sun-
day, was guest of honor yes-
terday at an afternoon party
given by Mrs. Louis Baron
and' Miss Faye Weintraub at
Miss Weintraub's home in N.
W. First street. Pastel colors
were employed in decorations.
The handkerchief shower was
presented to the guest of
honor in a, large white bask-
et, tied with white tulle and
decorated with cupids.
Guests included Miss M.
Scheinberg, Mrs. M, Schein-
berg, Mrs. J. N. Morris, Mrs.
Gertrude Sherman, Mrs. Wil-
liam Shayne, Mrs. Louis Boy-
er, Miss Helen Farkas, Mrs.
Sol Lutsky, Miss Rose Furr,
Miss Ruth Kaplan, Miss Dora
Rosenhouse, Miss Marcella
Seiden, Miss Ethel Tauber,
Mrs. Harry Orlin, Miss Mir-
iam Scheinberg, Miss Martha
Reisman, Miss Natalie Spec-
ter, Mrs. S. J. Spector, Mrs.
Benjamin Axelroad, Mrs. Ja-
cob Kaplan, Miss Gertrude
Huebsch, Mrs. Sigmond Wein-
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attned summer school at the
University of Florida.
Felicia Rybier, who is in
Washington, D. C. for .the
summer, has opened a studio
there. Miss Rybier, who is a
widely known concert pianist,
expects to fill several concert
engagements in the East dur-
ing the summer.
* e e
Mrs. B. Tober and son are
leaving Sunday, for New York
City and other Northern
points to visit relatives and
friends. They expect to re-
turn to Miami in the early
Fall.
. e e
Mrs. Louis .Ruscol was
hostess several weeks ago at
a bridge party for the benefit
of Beth David Talmud Torah .
in honor of the birth of a
grandchild in Boston, to the
daughter of Mrs. Ruscol the
popular Mrs. Nat Sharaf who
was an active communal
worker during her stay in Mi-
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feeling fine and hope to re-
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 14, 1929
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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>.
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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 14, 1929
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00020

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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MARRY


Scheinberg-
Myers nuptials
Event of Week

Sunday evening, June 16,
will witness the nuptials of
Miss Martha Scheinberg, the
popular daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg to
Mr. Stanley C. Myers the son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. Myers of
New York.
The wedding which promis-
es to be one of the outstand-
ing events of the season will
be held in the Columbus hotel
and an altar which is being
built specially for the event
will be one of the prettiest
seen in Miami. The ceremony
will be performed by Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld, of Beth
David, a close personal friend
of the bride and groom.
Miss Scheinberg has been a
residents of Miami for some
,ears and since her gradua-
tion from High school has tak-
en a very active part in the
communal life of the younger
Jewish set of Miami. She was
a student at the University
of Miami for some time and
is now the President of the
local chapter of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women to
which office she was returned
after a lapse of one year.
Her father was for' a num-
ber of years a very active
worker in variotis fraternal
organizations in New York
City but because of his health
was compelled to refrain from
actfve work in Miami though
during the last year he has
begun to take an active part
in;.,Bth David. Mrs. M.
Schia berg, the mother of the
bride comes from a very
prominent family in Jewish
iite and her brother is' the
t$. Jewish novelist Sholom
whose works have been
.nahated into many lang-
/ ages. /Her uncle Mr. P.
Scheinta r has been a noted
figtur in' Miami's charitable
and social welfare work.
Staney C. Myers, the
grew, is a product of New
Yorty where he graduated
from Fbrdham University. He'
cam, to Miami several years
ago and began to take an ac-
tivepart in the Little River
chl r of the Optimists Club.
Subtq unitly he became ds-
s ;.,!with the Mens Club.
bf-i ",where he was in
chb boy's work and was
onft te founders f and
as the Boy's Work,
'Iui& J o ine of the
f of the Hebrew Free
'f, a inan-
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Rabbi is Recip-
ient of Good Will
Banquet Here


MISS MARTHA SCHEINBERG


Marriage Cul-
mination of Brief
Romance Here


Though. having met each
other a very short time before
their friendship soon develop-
ed into something more po-
tent and last Wednesday Max
Schwartz the proprietor of
the East Coast Fish Market
and Miss Claire Sperlifin
journeyed to Fort Lauderdale
where they were married my
the County Judge.
On Sunday last the Jewish
ceremony was performed at
Beth David Synagogue by
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld in
the presence of the family of
the bride and groom. The wed-
ding march was played by the
sister of the groom and the
entire traditional ceremony
was carried out.

Talmud Torah
Principal Named


Jewish Studei
Win Honors
Mi- Hi S


Among the Jewish 1
girls who graduated f
Miami High School is
were: Hary Farkas
Mayer, William Leavi
uel Kantor, Israel Do
sie Basvinick, I
Schoenberg, Jessie Sn<
Sylvia Zelda Rayvis
.whom were honor g
The remaining Jew
and girls were:
Feuer, Al Mechlow
Herman Mechlowitz,
Reisman, Frank C. Re
man Rubin, Abe Sc
and Harold Zonn. Dor
er, Theresa Harris,-
Jacobs, Mildred Kram
en Lipnitz, Sara Rutl
Lucille Levey, Eve
Marks, Mary Millei
Nall, Frances Georgi


During the absence of Rab- Belle Seigel, Beatrice
bi Israel H. Weisfald of Beth Fay Silverman.
avid on his vacation Mr.
Herbert E. Scher one of the. Considering the fe
most active Beth David and the Jewish students I
Tal ud' Torah wseters has comprise but a smaB
Designated Prinpl of ta of ~ e tir at
teT. wud Torah and heih. wtll fthia 1

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More than one hundred
friends of Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld gathered at the Pal-
ial Kosher Restaurant last
Wednesday night, to bid him
luck on his marriage, June 30,
and for which' he is leaving on
next Monday, June 17th.
The long banquet tables
were beautifully decorated
with ferns and cut flowers,
and all about the room the
Star of David (Mogen David)
wa- hung, interwined by the
red, white and blue, the nat-
ional colors, and the white and
1blue, the Jewish colors.
Rabbi Weisfeld, delivered
the invocation and Mr. John
Wolf introduced the toast-
master for the evening, Mr.
Al e Aronowitz who covered
himself with laurels by the
able manner in which he pre-
sided, and by the rather elo-
quent address at the close of
the evening.
Quite a number of those
present spoke, among the
speakers being, Dr. and Mrs.
M. D. Kirsch, Herbert E.
SScher, Jake Brown who gave
fatherly advice to the Rabbi,
Mrs. J. Simpson who propose
a toast, John Wolf, A. L Kan-
tor who carried off the prize
--- for the most humorous ad-
dress of the evening, Mrs. A.
its L. Kantor, Mrs. Morris Solo-
Sat mon, P. G. Blanck, Manuel
Rippa, Mrs. Jake Engler, Mrs.
school Chas. Markowitz, Mr. S.
Abensoir, Dave Kahn, E. Gor-
don, Julius Damenstein, I.
boys and Lasky, ,Samuel J. Spector and
from the others.
ist week Rabbi Weisfeld spoke last
, Cecile and replied to the good natur-
ed raillery to which he had
tt, Sam- been subjected and promised
ck, Bes- to take all the advice of the
Berthold married folks which he had
owe, and been given. In a splendid ad-
all of dress he pleaded for active eo-
operation upon his return to
radutes. Miami withhis bride which is
ish boys expected to be the eary part
Clarence of August 'and pledged in-
riz and creased efforts to make the
Albert Talmud Torah, Beth David
sNor- one of the outstanding insti-
se, No tutions of the South;
honfeld, At. the conclusion he was
is Crdm- presented with a purse of one
Bernice hundred dollars iri gold as a
ier, Hel- concrete expression of the
h Kohn, love of his Congregants and
adyn L. friends.
lyn L. At the close of the Banquet
r, Sara a silver wine set waq present-
a Roth, ed to Mr. J. L. Shochet by his
8i Staff, friends in recognition of his
work for Beth.Davidl, and Mr.
Shochet responded briefly
eit that. with a few words of thanks
students and a p l for union and har-
percen- money in future endeavors.
dy e j- r Sahmuld J. pc w
ows zt ..earIi .'thbe Banquet
Sslows whic. f hid practical'
SJew- siMgle handedly arranged to
mi. honor the Rabbi, and he ,re


Wolf-Cromer
Wedding Scene.
of Splendor


Of interest to a wide circle ;'
of friends was the marriage "
of Miss Veeda Wolf, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf,
Sand Jasper Cromer, son of i
Mrs. Ella Cromer,- which was
Solemnized at the Biscayne
Masonic Temple, .at 7 p. m.
yesterday with Rabbi Israel
SWeisfeld officiating.
*Ferns were placed to form
an aisle for the Wedding pro-
cession, dnd tall, white
wrought iron candlesticks
holding white lighted candles
were part of the improvised
altar background.
The candlesticks were in-
terwined with white tulle and .
a canopy of white was
stretched above the altar.
Miss Irene Farr sang "Oh
Promise Me" and "I Love You
Truly," with her brother,
Aaron Farr, at the piano.
The bride's gown was a
beautiful model of heavy off-
white faille. The skirt, which
came from a snugly fitted bo-
dice, fell in many soft folds,
forming a graceful, uneven
hemline. The fron of the skirt
was caught back, revealnig 6
tiers of chantilly lace, and the
entire bodice was of chantilly
as were the long sleeves,
which ended in points cover-
ing the hands. From the
shoulders fell a train of chan- -
tilly lace and satin. Around .
each bead and crested medal-
lion was an outline of pearls. .'
The only decoration on the..
gown was a small cluster of "
gardenias, fastened at the
waistline.
The cap and veil of tulle .
were stately in design after .
the manner of the prewar
Russian aristocracy. The pro-.
tion covering the head was
outlined with pearls and the
epronet had small clusterS of
orange blossoms for orna-.
ment, The bride's slippers
were of white satin with
rhinestone bucklets. She car-
ried bride's roses showered,
with sweetheart buds. Her/
only jewels were a string of
pearls and-rondels, the bride-
groom's gift.
The four bridemaid's, who
entered first, wore frocks de-
veloped in bouffant mode and '
(Continued on Page 4)
ceived unstinted praise and
complendation for the very
able manner in which the af-
fair was conducted. Mr. Mor-
ton Fagan was congratulated .
by the guests for the splea-
did banquet and service prot~-
vidsd.
Beth Jacob CongregaNtonB..
Miami.Beach was repremat
by several of its ofiers *
M. .A .
Bard. .


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STHE JEWISI FLORIDIAN

A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami, Florida
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
802 S. W. 4th Ave. r >6 Phone 8746

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

Just a brief thought occurs to one when the second
of the three festivals in Jewish life rolls around once
again. The Feast of Weeks coming after the seven
weeks of abstinence following the holiday of Liberation,
is best remembered however, for the "Zman Matan
Torasaynu" the giving to the Jewish people of the Book
of Books, the Bible. And the thought that cannot
help but occur to the thinking Jew is: Why amongst
all the nations and peoples of the earth must the Jew
alone be ashamed of the greatest heritage ever be-
queathed to man? Why is it that in the schools it is
inevitably the Jewish child that knows least of the
Bible. And one cannot help but think of the beautiful
lines of the late Morris Rosenfeld, which we here quote:

THE BIBLE
Is it a book, a world, a heaven,
Are those words, or flames, or shining stars,
Or burning torches, br clouds of fire
What is it, I ask ye-the Bible?

Who inspired those infinite truths?
Who spoke through the mouth of the prophet ?
Who mapped out the highways of ages,
The glorious lines of the Scriptures?

Who planted the flowers of wisdom
In this sacred soil of the angels?
O dream of eternity-Bible-
O Light that is all and forever.

We just wonder whether on the occasion of Shvuoth
there cannot again be revived in the heart of the Jew-
ish boy and girl, the Jewish man and woman, that love
for the Torah which was handed down to us at Sinai
on that memorable occasion, which love has carried
the Jew unfalteringly through the ages despite perse-
cution and torture.
And we wonder whether the beautiful custom of
decorating the house of worship with flowers on Shv-
uoth is not because of the fact that the Torah should
be to us an everlasting symbol of the beauties and
truths contained therein just as the ferns and flowers
are an everlasting .reminder of the beauties of nature
and the Glory of God.


BETWEEN FRIENDS


Even the Editor of a paper
cannot help remembering,
1. friends once in a while, espec-
ially when an important event
Sin the life of that friend is
about to take place.
That one chooses friends is
an oft repeated story, but the
test of friendship comes whe.i
opinions and beliefs begin tj
be different, when one's asso-
ciations and interests change
for some reason.or another.
That friendship is subje ctd
to the acid test when because
of a public issue a stand dis-
tasteful to one is taken by the
other and stories about that
friend begin to be conveyed
from one to another.
The Editor cannot help but
convey his expressions of sin-
Scerity when ao important
event 4n the life of a friend
wose friendship has been
irtendqu boo~


subjected to that acid test is
about to occur.
The Editor has had the
pleasure of knowing Stanley
C. Myers for a number of
years having been associated
with him during the course
of that time in the splendid
work of the Mens Club of Mi-
ami, in the work of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau, in the
work of the Hebrew Free
Loan Society, and last but not
.least in the Beth David. One
can learn and does learn the
character of a man when he
meets him in such works lut
more than that does he learn
to know that man in his daily
association with him in the
home and in business. I real-
ize that in the past few
months certain acons have
Been taken by friend Stanly
which the Editor cannot and
does not approve. Yet, hiding


been subjected to that acid
test before referred to, I amn
happy to admit that m'y
friendship for Stanley has
withstood that test and has
come out stronger than ever.
May the Editor, on the oc-
casion of the marriage of
Stanley C. Myers express his
unabated friendship, sincere-
ly and whole heartedly, and
his wishes for a life of unal-
loyed joy and happiness; of a
renewed and unabated will-
ingness to serve together in
the future as in the days of
the past.
And knowing the bride of
his choice, we feel that our
wish will and should come
true.
Stanley ...... "Mit Glick".


DON'T BE DECEIVED
BY APPEARANCES

George Harding,-the patent
attorney, liked to tell a story
which has a point few of us
can afford to miss.
In 1856, Mr. Harding, while
working on a case in Cincin-
nati, was speaking to several
distinguished men when a
gaunt, awkward country law-
yer from Illinois was intro-
duced to them. Not only did
the group pay scant attention
to the stranger, but presently
they turned their backs on
him.
That was Abraham Lincoln.
More than 20 years later
Harding was trying another
case in a town that happened
to be crowded. Hotels were
spilling over. A man "whorr
Harding had met casually
asked if he couldn't share his
room. Herefused, with firm
courtesy.
'lhat man was Grover
Cleveland.
"After that, I decided that
I couldn't judge people by ap-
pearances," Mr. Harding used
to say, with a smile..
Genius is often stingy with
her show windows. Some of
her beneficiaries look the
part. Many do not. Yesterday
I presented a friend to one of
the brainiest business men in
New York.
"Is that the great-?" he
asked later. "Why, he strikes
me as something the cat
brought in."
"Maybe," I replied, "but I
know he has a shrewd, bril-
liant brain and a warm, cour-
ageous heart under that cur-
ious appearance."
A few years ago I met a
world-famous writer whose
work I have always, extrava-
gantly admired. He looked to
me like the perfect proprietor
of a butcher shop. I know a
preacher of the most sensi-
tive spiritual qualities who
might pass for a professional
pugilist. On the other hand,
three of the most futile Pres-
idents would have been per-
feet artists' models for Mas-
ters of the White House.
Snap judgements aren't all
they are cracked up to be.
When Nature is making
geniuses she has a habit of
paying more attention to the
contents than to the contain-
er.

Doqglas Fairbanks got off
a'good one over the radio re-
cently: "The worse thing that
man happen to you,' he said,
r be the best thing that
ha eto yo if you don't
,I ; t get the best of you."


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Oh, well, a fellow never
knows how little he can do un-
til he tries.

There is one thing certain:
we are uncertain what a wo-
man is going to do next.
*
Let the masculine necks be
held proudly while yet there
is time. These are marrying
days when they must slip in-
to the matrimonial yoke.
*
No matter how rough and
terrible a man may make his
life voyage through misdeeds..
if he has conscience for an
anchor there is always hope
for him.
*
He couldn't hold his arm out--
The poor young, giddy
churl-
So another car crashed into
him-
His arms were full of girl.


The girl was sweet and
prety-
The boy was young and
dapper.
He couldn't see the traffic
light-
His lap was full of flapper.
*
"Medical science has
lengthened life twelve to
fourteen years." ,
"Huh-married life does
that, or at least it tends to
make life seem a darn sight
longer to me."
*
Out in the Old Golden West
hemp played a prominent part
in a necking party.
*
'Father to daughter: "Go
pull-off that sunback dress,
and I don't want any back
talk."
$ *
To a club, literary, Miss Ran-
dal
Belonged-it was high brow
not banal-
But when she returned
From a meet her ears burn-
ed
For Browning's queer name
for scandal.

Speaking of air tragedies,
how about a kid's kite lodged
it a tall sycamore?

Looks like designers of wo-
men's dresses are going to let
high enough alone.

How can you look at the
shoreline at the beach, with
the waistline so attractive?

Curves are dangerous,
whether on a road or on a-
bas-ball. There, we didn't
ay what you expected.
,.$ .


A woman who weighs about'
two hundred pounds never,
reads the shipping neWs about;:
tonnage and the like. :
.
THE BLUSHING BRIDE
They tell of the blushing
bride
Who to the altar goes,
Down the aisles of the church
Between the friend-filled
rows;
There's Billy whom she mot
ored with,
And Bob with whom she
swam;
There's Jack-she used to
golf with him--
And Steve who called he
"lamb,"
There's Ted, the football man
she owned,
And Don of tennis days;
There's Herbert, too, and
blonde Eugene;
They took her to the,plays.l
And there is Harry, high
school beau,
With whom she used to
mush,-
No wonder she's a blushing
bride,
Ye gods! She ought to
blush!
The Weather .Vein
*
The reluctance of women to i*
tell their age, seems to 'date '
back to- Old Testament days
In the entire Bible there i4s
only the woman whose age is!
given Sa'rah, Abraham's
wife.
*
Sandy was a leader of the,
kirk. His increasing redness
of nose very much alarmed&
his brother elders, and a dele-D
gation waited on him to in-
quire the reason for the in
creasing color. Sandy explain-.
ed thus; "It is glo*ing wi'.
pride at never puttng itself
in other folks' bussiesa."
., -
Bread is the staff 'of life;,,
it's our desire for pie that
keeps up the high post of liv-
ing.
*
A concise and punchful ren.'
during of the Golden Rule;
would be: "Do untd others aS
though you were the others."
p ,
And there's still aote re(
son why you shoMtlIe ki
and helpful to t Pi r--L
these topsy-turvy p
one of them may samIY
come rich.

"Watch my a I
the sheik as hefl.
arette butt a'
awning. e

Amone ~ e~iaf^ A^B W SB


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S ; th
Initial show the por-
ait, "Red Ch~ by Miss
ufman, was l d Wednes-
Sevening at theEverglades
hotel. Rabbi Jao H. Kaplan
as subject for he drawing
id with him.t; inspect the
ketch were Mrs Kaplan, Mr.
nd Mrs. Louis Seientz, Mr.
nd Mrs. L. Lfin, Mr. and
rs. I Mendel n, Mrs. Her-
ert Feibelma Dr. George
Rosenthal, s. Ruby Ron-
ki, Miss I Kaufman and
iss Franci Kaufman.

The Beth acob Sisterhood
f Miami ch, will hold a
ard party the Mare Vista
otel, 202 Qcean Drive, Mon-
ay, June 17th, at 2 p. m. All
embers and friends are in-


Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
as host to the teaching staff
if Beth Dacid, Sunday School
ast Wednesday night at the
'alatial Restaurant, when the
ollowig were present: Miss
lartha Scheinberg, Miss
rene FArr, Miss Goldie War-
chool, Miss Edith 'Silver-
ian, StaOley C, Myers, E Max
loldstein, Sol Berke, Mr.
nd Mrs. touis Heiman, I.
[och stein, Miss Norma Wolf,
nd Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld.
*,$ $* *


Mrs. Hpnry Berg enter-
ained at ter home in Shen-
ndoah for members of the
ortnightly Book Review
lub. Those' attending the
meeting were, Mrs. Al L.
;anter, Mrs, Adele V. Rose,
Ir. and Mrs Joseph S. Fields;
liss Raye eosengarten, Mrs.
elia Cohenr Mr. Henry Berg,
nd Mrs. IDsengarten. Other
members iirclude, Mrs. Harry
Veinberg, iMrs. Albert E.
osenthal, Mrs. Charles Ros-
ngarten, airs. Alex Goldstein,
Irs. Nat Siaraf, Mrs, Horry,
rlin and, s. I. A. Ruscol.

A farewbl party was given"
recently b William Freidman
t his ho4e in S. W. Second'
street for .rs. Friedman and
heir children, Rosalind, and
lilton, 'vIo are leaving,for
ew Yo'k for hte summer
months.
Bridge was played during
he evening and prizes were
ww ~ded to Miss Sylvia Ray-
, Mrs. Sirota, Mrs. Tober
id Mrs. Carlow.
*
Mrs. Hatry Rayvis and her
,ughter, Sylvia, left yester-
y morning by automobile

attend the graduation of
id a Ravis from the Uni-
ity of Pennsylvania. Af-
pending a few weeks in
ladelphia they will visit
tives in New York City
Then return to Miami.
I *


:Sting of the Mapa-Zdc-
ccilub will be held dur-
wwawer at the home
S, J. A. Dann, 1388 N.
street TLe follow-
given at


ano; songs composed by
Charles Ferry with the com-
poser at the piano, sung by
Driskll Wolfe; "Die Nacht"
(Strauss) by Mrs. H. Hodg-
son with Cecilia Wrinkle at
the piano; piano solo, "Rhap-
sody in E Flat" (Bhrams) by
Corinne Ernst, and "Ro-
mance" and "Mandoline"
(Debussy) by Dora Miller,
with Mana-Zucca at the piano.

Interest of a large group
of friends centers around the
announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Rose Marks and
Louis B. Rifas, made Sunday
by Mr. and Mrs. H. Marks, of
329 N. E. 35th St., parents
of the bride-elect. This was
announced in these columns
several weeks ago. The /wed-
ding will take place July 21.
Miss Marks is a member of
Upsilon Lambda Phi Sorority
of the University of Miami,
where she attended school
last year. She is a graduate
of Highland Manor School for
Girls at Tarrytown-on-Hud-
son, New York, and has also
attended the University of
Alabama.
Mr. Rifas is the son of Mr.
and Mrs, Max Rifas of Chica-
go and is affiliated with the
Miami Title and Abstract Co.
of Miami, where he has lived
a number of years.
*


Miss Francis Georgia Roth,
an honor graduate of the 1929
class of the Miami High was
recently complimented by
Mrs. Philip Somberg and Mrs.,
A. L. Kanter with a bridge
shower prior to her departure
to enter the Florida State Cbl-


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lege for Women. The g16 ti
list was limited to friends of
the Roth family. .-A color
scheme of red and green was,
carried out in the garden
flowers which adorned the
double reception room of the
Kanter home, and the porch
w]iere bridge was played.
Miss Roth made a pretty pic-
ture in her girlish dress of
organdie in pastel shades so
becoming to her brunette
beauty. First prize, a lunch-
eon set was won by Mrs. Selig
Richman, a recent visitor
from Savannah. A hand em-
broidered apron was won by
Mrs. S. Tannenbaum as sec-
ond prize, a bridge set was
won by Mrs. Barney Slifkin
for third prize, and the con-
solation a bridge deck was
won by Mrs. Nall. Late in the
afternoon an ice course was
served. Among those present
were: Mrs. Selig Richman,
Mrs. Ba ey Slifkin, Mrs.
David Bogen, Mrs. Lionel
Goodman, Mrs. Louis Roth,
Miss Dorothy Roth, Mrs. S,
Tannenbaum, Mrs. Henry
Berg, Mrs. S. Dietz Mrs, C.
Tannenbaum, Mrs. S. Aben-
son, Mrs. A. Rauzin, Mrs. I.
A. Ruscol, Mrs. Nail, Mrs. J.
Levey, Mrs. P. Somberg and
Miss Georgia Roth. Miss Roth
was presented by her hostess-
es with a rhinestone laval-
ierre.

Mrs. Chas. Markowitz will
be hostess at a linen shower
in hopor of her niece, Miss
Rose Marks whose engage-
ment to Mr. Louis B. Rifas
was announced last week, at
the Tlamud Torah Auditor-
ium, on June 18th, at 2 p. m.

A beautiful and well at-.
tended card party was held in
the auditorium of the new
Beth David Talmud Torah


last Tuesday evening for the
; benefit of the Tilmud Torah
furnishings fund. Quite a
large number of members and
friends attended the event at
which Mrs. I. Buckstein and
Mrs. J. L. Shochet were hosts.
Prizes were awarded to the
highest score at each table.
0.
Miss Martha Scheinberg,
whose marriage to Stanley C,
Myers will be an event of Sun-
day, was guest of honor yes-
terday at an afternoon party'
given by Mrs. Louis Baron
and Miss Faye Weintraub at
'Miss Weintraub's home in N.
W. First street. Pastel colors
were employed in decorations.
The handkerchief shower was
presented to the guest of
honor ih a large white bask-
et, tied With white tulle and
decorated with cupids.
Guests included Miss M.
Scheinberg, Mrs. M, Schein-
berg, Mrs. J. N. Morris, 'Mrs.
Gertrude Sherman, Mrs. Wil-
liam Shayne, Mrs. Louis Boy-
er, Miss Helen Farkas, Mrs.
Sol Lutsky, Miss Rose Furr,
Miss Ruth Kaplan, Miss Dora
Rosenhouse, Miss Marcella
Seiden, Miss Ethel Tauber,
Mrs. Harry Orlin, Miss Mir-
iam Scheinberg, Miss Maitha
Reisman, Miss Natalie Spec-
tor, Mrs. S. J. Spector, Mrs.
Benjamin Axelroad, Mrs. Ja-
cob Kaplan, Miss Gertrude
Huebsch, Mrs. Sigmond Wein-
traub and Miss Esther Wein-
traub.
,*
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Phones 23535-31624

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Mrs. M. B. BeIdner, of 1687 8.
W. Tenth street, has returned
to Grnsville, where he will
attned summer school at the
University of Florida.
*
Felicia Rybier, who is in
Washington, D. C. for .the
summer, has opened a studio
there. Miss Rybier, who is a
widely known concert pianist,
expects to fill several concert
engagements in the East dur- .
ing the summer.

Mrs. B. Tober and son are
leaving Sunday, for New York
City and other Northern
points to visit relatives and
friends. They expect to re-
turn to Miami in the early
Fall.
*
Mrs. Louis Ruscol was
hostess several weeks ago at
a bridge party for the benefit
of Beth David Talmud Torah
in honor of the birth of a
grandchild in Boston, to the
daughter of Mrs. Ruscol the
popular Mrs. Nat Sharaf who
was an active communal
worker during her stay in Mi-
ami. Mother and child are
feeling fine and hope to re-
turn to Miami in the early
fall.
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SANNOUNCEMENTS Wolf -Cromer

Beth David Wedding Sene


, .Shvuoth services will begin
at sundown Thursday evening
and will continue with morn-
ing .services Friday morning
S beginning at 9 o'clock, and
Yizkor services beginning at
S 9 o'clock Saturday morning.
Rabbi Weisfeld will preach at
S the Friday and Saturday
morning services.
S During the absence of Rab-
bi Weisfeld on his vacation
the usual daily Minyan ser-
vices and Friday evening and
Saturday services will be con-
tinued.
Sunday School will conclude
on Sunday, June 16, and will
resume September 8. Talmud
Torah is being held regularly
exery day beginning at 9 and
lasting until noon, each class
working under a summer
schedule.

Temple Israel

Confirmation exaetises 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 Kahn, 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

Shvudth services will begin
promptly at Sundown, Thurs-
day evening. Friday morning
the services will begin at 9
a. m, and Yizkor services wJl
be held Saturday morning.
Friday night there will be the
'exercises of the Sunday school
and Talmud Torah as report-
ed in these columns else
where.

Students of Beth
David Graduate
Sunday Morning

The graduation and pro-
motion exercises of Beth Da-
vid Sunday School will be held
at the Talmud Torah auditor-
ium, Sunday morning, June
16, at 10:30' and the parents
of the students have been in-
f vited to attend.
The exercises will begin
with the singing of Beth Da-
vid school song and then the
announcements for the vari-
ous promotions will be made,
followed by the presentation
of*honor certificates to those
with the highest scholastic
marks. Prizes for the athle-
F', tic events held during the
fidld day several weeks ago,
will then be presented as will
Bar Mitzva certificates to


those boys, who have becoflme
Bar Mitzva during the past
year. '
Two do fUthe -t .her will
'i address tMw pupile and
Sxs was will .mak.


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( Continued from Page 1) ,
trimmed with wide streamer
bows fastened at the low
waistline. These bows, the at-
tendants' flowers, La France
roses, and their slippers in-
troduced the pastel colors
predominating in the wedding
motif.
Miss Evelyn Marks and
Miss Ida Weingarten, two of
the bridesmaids, wore off-
white gowns. Miss Marks' was'
of chiffon with a wide bertha
of the material in three
shades of rose. Miss Wein-
ga-ten's was fashioned of
satin and the bouffant skirt
wasspangled in shades, of
rose.
Miss Veeda Cooper, of
Washington, D. C., wore
changeable taffeta, shading
from blue to rose. Her slip-
pers were of silver cloth. Miss
Vipla Katz's gown was of yel-
low satin and tulle.
The matron of honor, Mrs.
Al Goshen, sister of the bride,
wore rose lace enmbroidered
in silver. The gown was fash-
ioned on straight lines and
had side draperies of rose
tulle. Her slippers were in'the
very deep shade of rose
matching the arm bouquet of
roses she carried.
The maid of honr, Miss
Norma Wolf, sister of the
bride, was a model of white
point d'esprit. The streamer
bow worn wiht it shaded from
pink to very deep rose and
was fashioned of lace and rib-
bon. Her slippers and flowers
were in the very deep rose.
The flower girl, "Roberta
June Goshen, and train bear-
er, Robert Kanter, were cos-
tumed as cupids in white
satin. The bride's mother,
Mrs. Wolf, wore a model of
pink chiffon and the brice-
groom's mother wore a gown
of chartreuse chiffon. Both
wore corsages to match their
frocks.
Harold Tobin was best man
Usherp were Paul Marks, Sam
Silverman, Leon Wolf and
Harold Cromer.
A reception followed the
ceremony, when a dance or-
chestra played for dancing for
the remainder of the evening.
A sweet table was arranged
at one end-of the hall with the
elaorate wedding cake as. a
centerpiece and pink tapers
in tall candelabra on either
side. Roses and- ferns were
used in decoration.


Beth Jacob in
Celebration Here


Beth Jacob Synagogue of
Miami Beach will on Friday
night, at 7 p. m. hold the ex-
ercises of the Taliud Torah
and Sunday Schoolat which
time the wrik accomplished
by the children in the short
period will be shown the Par-
ents and Friends of the child.
ren. After the exercise of
the cdhilren, prizes w-l be
presented to the three best
Talmud ^ a-To S d.ay
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SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 8)
Mr. Abe Kurman is now at
his home convalescing from a
severe illness which confined
him to the Victoria Hospital
for more than a month.
*
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld is
leaving for his vacation on
Monday, June T7, by machine.
He will travel to New York
where he will be married to
Miss Lillian Rosen, on June
30. He is expected to return
to Miami the Early part of
August.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Myers
of New York City arrived in
Miami, Thursday to attend
the nuptials of their son Stan-
ley C. Myers to Miss Martha
Scheinberg which will take
place Sunday, June 16, at the
Columbus Hotel.
*
Bridal appointments feat-
ured the dinner-dance given
by Upsilon Lambdu Phi sor-
ority of the University of Mi-
ami Saturday evening for
Miss Ruth Kaplan and Miss
Rose Marks, brides-elect:
Miss Kaplan is the fiancee of
Max Orovitz and Miss Marks
of Louis Rjfas.
Gifts wdre presented the
honor guests .and cards en-
circled with engagements
rings marked .places at din-
ner for Mr. and Mrs. William
Shayne, Dr. and Mrs. Jhcob
Kaqlan, Miss Martha Schein-
berg, Stanley C. "Myers, Miss
Marcella Seiden, Aaron Tan-
ner, Miss Faye Weintraub,
Miss Gertrude Huebsch, Dav-
id Saidenberg, Harry Kaplan
and the honor guests.
/
There are books and schools
to teach you everything you
need to know about anything
under the sun, except what a
woman will do in a given
case; this you must learn by
experience.

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