The Jewish Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010090/00021
 Material Information
Title: The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description: 63 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1929
Publication Date: -1990
Frequency: weekly
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
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
System ID: AA00010090:00021
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Jewish Merchant Exercises Mark
Dd :Suddenly. Graduation and
Last Wednesday Promotions Here

;. -:,< .
Mr. Michael L. Yunis for
the past ral years resi-
dent of i, and owner of
the Amricat Bag and Metal
Co. die. suddenly Tuesday
night, after- having attended
a card party at the home of
Mr. A. Pepper. It being sug-
gested. -at; a physician be.
called to, attend him' he' de-
clined, saying that he was
feeling nmuh better. No soon-
er had Mt'. Pepper returned
to his home than he was ad-
,vised tWat Mr. Yunis had died
The cause of death was an
attack ef acute indigestion.
Several weeks ago Mr.
Yunis received his first de-
gree, in .Masonry at the Bay
of Bistayne Lodge. He leaves
his widow, Rebecca Yunis;
three daughters, Mrs. Eva
Striker, 'Alaston, Mlss .; Mrs.
Bertha Gorahell, Roxboro,
Mass., asid Mis.'Helen. Yunis,
Miami-; three: sons, Frank
Yunis, tWao, Texas; 'Morris
Yunis, tro, and Rapheal
Yunis, si ,
The bod was shipped to
Boston b the family on Wed-
nesday night, after apprto-
priate rites were conducted 'at
he Coinbe Funeral Home,

Jeuii Boy Hurt
"piL" ':i; e4 8, suffered a
ial and his broth-
iigel, 3 lacea-
os I when ia
4 lveno by their
temel Seigel, 986 N.
i pme, ollidtd with
MiRt:ven by Eus-
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The large Talmud Torah
Auditorium was the scene of
one of the prettiest gradua-
tions ever held in 1iami,
when the children of the Beth
David 'Sunday School were
promoted in the various class-
es, and when, the lone grad-
uate's name was announced.
Miss Pauline Lasky, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Lasly was the only student
of the Sunday School to re-
ceive her diploma. She was a
member of the Teacher's
Training Class and will as-
sume her duties as a member
of the Teacher's Staff next
season. She was also the re-
ceipent of the pri e, a two
Snd a half dollar gold piece,
or being, the best girl scholar
in the school. Arthur Kahn
Sthe son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Kahn was awarded a like
prize for the best all round
student among the boys.
SGifts were presented- by
Mr. Lewis Brown, president
of the' Sisterhagd to all the
teaChers of the Sunday School
for their work during the past
year. ,Mrs. -Brown made one
of' the best addresses of the
afternoon ahd in presenting
the gifts expressed the thanks
of 'the Sisterhood for the
work accomplished during the
past season.
Mr. Louis Heiman, a mem-
ber of the Teacherb Staff and
in charge of the School publi-
catiop, the Shofer, spoke and
delivered a message to the
children of the school as well
as their parents 'and urged
them to make next season
.ven: better and bigger than
the one just ended. Mr. Her-
bert Scher on behalf of
/hihelf and Mr. Stanley C.
'Myers presented the schedule
prizes to the winners in the
4 'Dai events -of several
: pIt. seemed that the
ibp ir aesrried' off
e4 were
Set highest two
ddf*i & whJOade marks
S -'the Honor
png ed and
I n the new
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Couple United
Amidst Scene
f QnlandAan

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Youthful Romance U. of Miami .
Ends in Wedding Adds Course in
-- Jiewih Hitatarv,

. pntle childet if
orR praktles wee t

V jlXIKIuvi A romance of several years
standing between Abraham
A rainbow scheme lent col- Sniier 22, of 3490 Ingrgham
or and beauty to the marriage Highway, and Miss Celia Fut-
cereizony of Miss Martha terfas 18, of 3310 Cornelia
Scheinberg and Stanley C. Drive both of Coconut Grove,
Myerq, which was solemnized resulted in their marriage
in the Biscayne room of the last.Sunday afternoon in the
Columbus Hotel last evening home of the bride's brother
with Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld at which ceremony Rabbi Is-
of Beth David Synagogue of rael H. Weisf6ld of Beth Da-
which the groom is financial vid officiated. Members of the
secretary and both bride and immediate families of the
groom are members of the brideand groom were present
Sunday School teaching staff, and immediately after the
officiating. ceremony all repaired to the
Tall White posts ipterwined large dining room where a
with tulle and garlanded with luncheon was served. Tife
white roses marked an aisle home was beautifully decorat-
for the bridal processional. De- ed with cut flowers. The can-
corations of the room were opy used in the ceremony is
all in white and green save one belonging to the family
for the sweet table arranged of the bride and used by
along one whole end of the. them.for several years.
apartment, which carried Out
the rainbow scheme observed
in the gowns of the bride's Sisterhood to
attendants. The white canopy l
under which the vows were Hold Card Party
read was strewn with white
roses and ferns and potted The Beth Davidsisterhood
palms and plants were used will give one of its regular
as a background for the imn, card parties for the benefit
promised alt#r. An unusual of the Talmud Torah Furnish-
and lovely innovation was the ings Fund on Tuesday, June
garland of roses and lillies of 25, in the Auditorium of the
the valley which formed a new Talmud Torah. Mrs. B.
heart before the altar 'id Burnstein and Mrs. Dave
frrained the bride and bride- Kahn will be hostess.
groom during the ceremony.
Preceding the, ceremony which was raised during the
Mrs. Herbert U. Feibean. ceremony, was. part of the
sang "I Love You T headdress. The-bride's slippers
(Bond) and "Oh Promise were ao white satin with a
(DeKOven). Mendelehbual cut-out of pearls forming a.
"Wedding March" was played semicirle over the. instep .
as the wedding party ap- 'he bridal bouquet was -of
preached the altat. andte white Kilaraey ror s shower-
bridal chorus from "Lots ed with .l~ e of the valley.
grin' was d.fr the e en Her only, ornanh t was a
trance, of the bride. string of pearls belong to
The traditional Jewish ~t- her mother.
ual f las used. Rabbi Wqfl ld
aipoklt the duties t -ide The matron :of honor, Mrs.
a4p okflm and t remain ed: kt Sol-LuAywoeCri!.wre chiffon
knowmig the couple as herd, -ufait&L iedftthit a ]vey long
he a.$no, doubt, -o N skir. GaMnas in eia tle
wedded life in o netf- mateal were -p1- at the
weed lfe ishoulder.vA tv.-.W b .
would demonstrate their holder. A vphet aish *ae
splendid. .dridertaidim:- of in the sile sPkaha. e car..
Jewish Ideal a :hacd been red Ipb'a ite raes in
taught y tbhemaa to teha c-l- an,.
ren of Beth David. T" i M r t. _o.- -.IW" iss
Jo Astoria'srorchestrwaplayi.
ed the wedding mitArch-thd ge8tt --0P~ l;t a
played for dancing durigthee flttpt i uS
reep-tion following thea at te thek n h, l '
money. "
The bride, who wa4 n n h Olie
in marngine by her tia '.
ade the concluding
al tht day when i,0 'n.-
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The Jewish people of Miami
are taking great pride in the t'
announcement by the Board .I
of Regents of the University -
of Miami, that part of the |
curriculum for the next see- a
sion of the University of Mil
ami will be a course in Jew- A
ish History which will be con- r
ducted by Rabbi. Israel H, H.
Weisfeld of Beth David.
The University of Miami- ia,
we believe, the first. Univer- U
sity of the South to maugu-
rate such a course, though it
is not unusual in the great /
Eastern Universities.
Credits will be allowed for
this course in the same mAn-
ner that all other courses are
allowed for.
Laterf there will probably -
be courses in Hebrew and
other kindred subjects, ac-
cording to Pres. B. F. sihe of .
the University who is itense-
ly interested in the initiation
of these courses.

Friendship Leai
Tht Friendship League is
actively engaged in preparing
for one of the best dances ff I
the season, the proceeds of
which will be used for the.
maintenance of a scholarship
in the League's name at-th1-
new Talmud Torah of t
David and will defray the
tio of some needy childraek
The dance will be held S,0 .
day, June 30th in the T
Torah Auditoriun '-and .
committee in. charg aa
ounces that it will appreti
iate the attendee of the ua
tire Jewish population.
of. t. ,.-.a

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ainn a jooniuS t of
Coaoty dan for e t fr i

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A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami, Florida'
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company '

2 93 S W 4th Ave

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There is. no field in Jewish
endeavor in whch Young Is-
rael does not interest itself.
Calls are continually being
made upon us to assist in
this or that cause. ,There is
hardly a single national or
local movement which does
not ask the co-operation of
Young Israel. In the field of
charity and social work,
Young Israel stands high.
Witness, Zionistic and Yeshi-
vah work; seminary and Tal-
mud Torah work; aid to the
poor and needy. Social service

So much has recently been children unto their sires,*' is wor iseng aone continuaiiy
said about the unattractive- gaining ground, can and taken care of in great "d
said about e unatrac gaining ground, can be gean- measure by the young ladies to
ness of the Synagogue to the ed from the fact that one of affiliated with themovemehng to
American Jewish boy and tee most venerable and prom- affiliated wth e rmoveme th
girl, especially the Orthodox inent spiritual leaders in Especially do we realze the h
Synagogue, that we respect- New York City, one who has efficacy of this work during
fully urge the consideration an immense following, fer- the holiday seasons. Our head- A:
and careful reading of the fol- venly asked that he become quarters are besieged by
lowing article appearing in the rabbi of one of our con- many who know that hre W
rectn number of the Jewish tituent organizations, stat- honest and generous service
Forum. ing that he wanted to become and courtesy will be accorded
Yu Irlnhing that he wanted to become
Young Israel in the affiliated with a throbbing them. A,
SCommunity movement, virile, strong, cou- Again, is our work recog-
his charmingwill essays, coined rageous, not only anxious to nized? The answer is emphat- W
S h is charming e pssayscone do Jewish work but actually ically, yes! No better corrobo-
othe felicitous expression doing it. ration for this answer can be
so adequately expresses a Young Israel is serving the given than by the fact that As
odern trend in Jewish life religious, cultural and educa- we daily receive communica-
It is a sort of camouflage, and tional needs of thousands in tions from all points in the W.
Sis generally used todescribe the community, through its United States, and even from
that quality inherent in ani- synagogues. Before any con- Great Britian, asking for ad-
mals which permits them to stituent organization in the vice on how to further our
escape the vision and bullet Young Israel movement is movement, and asking for an
S of the hunter by throwing chartered, it must show con- permission to become affiliat- eq
S out a sort of protective screen elusively that it is in a posi- ed with our Council. The com-
S and coloring which seemingly tion to conduct religious ser- munity feels the need of our
I merges them with the sui- vices in accordance with the presence, and is interested in m
rounding landscape. When principles of Orthodox Juda- seeing us spread throughout no
that quality is endowed by ism. The services are very the United States.
nature, it is indeed a blessing largely attended by members The hold that we-have upon
but when it is appropriated by and non-members. The form the community is great. We -
one for whom it was not in- of service of the Young Israel have adopted no frills or fan- ne<
S tended, then it becomes a organization is being adopted cies. Our actions and endeav- ca
curse. This is usually illus- throughout the United States. ors are as clear as the limpid An
treated by the ostrich who It is distinguished by its con- stream. We have always been
S hides his head in the -sand, gregational singing, decorum pointed to as the example that
S thinking that his act will and lack of commercialism. Americanism is compatible Sh
S serve purposes of deception. The Young Israel organiza- Judaism; that one can act as
but which results only in tions inaugurated the slogan an Orthodox-Jew in the full
making him a more conspic- "Back to the Synagogues, sense of the word, and at the
uous target. and have endeavored to make same time be a graduate of a
Jews in recent years have the synagogue a Mikdash co lege or a university.
adopted all sorts of fetiches- Me'at." They have encourag- h movement
(not intended for them)-to ed laymen to become interest Themovement is still in he'
curry favor with the outside ed in Jewish affairs by having it t the re tee
world. These, however, have them deliver sermons and ser- is no doubt but that the move-
caused them to be conspic- monetts at services, on some nnt i from strength dre
S uous, ostentatious and oppro- Jewish topic, and through thi to strength, and will that it kno
brious in the eyes of the non- actual contact with the syna- add t it ld
Jewish world. Witness the de- gogue the community haswill add to its fold thousand th e
sire to hide Semitic features, come to learn the true mean- will be anxious to assert their T
to display a one hundred and ing of the synagogue, to wit: Jewishness, and live clean, c
five per cent brand of patriot- The House of Prayer, placeof Jewishness, and live clean, can
ism, to adopt all sorts of Assembly and place of Study. wholesome, Jewish lives. fin(
"isms" and sciencese' which Young Israel organizations ar
are foreign to Jewish culture are educational centers cater- THE LITTLE THINGS dp
and life. To combat this evil ing to all. We realize that an
the old truism must be assev- enlightened Jewry produces The friendly look, the cheery of t
rated. that for the Jew to the right kind of Jew, and so smile, ret
function properly, he must the educational factor is The unobtrusive deed, ret
live in accordance with the stressed. Young men and wo- Small as they can seem, they not
"Spirit of the Lord," in the men members as well as non- all the while to
spirit of the divine teachings; members, are afforded the Fulfill our deepest need. Wa
hA must live a life of"Yiddish- opportunity of delving into losi
keit." Jewish lore. The public has The tiny flower, the leafy mel
The exponent of this truism recognized the potency of the spray, thr
is the Young Israel movement Young Israel educational The Wind that softly blows, ply
S which is acting as a revitaliz- movement, and its classes The sunbeam-out of these co
ing force in American Jewry. are well attended, we may
Its potency is being univer- .The Friday. evening lectures Our happiness compose. mel
sally recognized. That its im- are thronged by thousands tke
press is being left upon the clamoring to gain admission. And while we follow duty's run
v community is very well evi- With the, din 'and infusion word, run
S denced by the fact that the in this materialistic world, it The daily task> to ply, my
older generation has accepted is indeed a happy sign to note The floating cloud, the flying fig
Young Israel no longer as an that the onirnunity It an", : bird, hay
$, experiment, but relies upon it ious to acquire some spit ittal May lift our hearts on Ne,
to uct, on a sort of co- knowledge through th mel- high. ke
pa hip basis, religious, iuti of,our organsj~ atons. Sin- e
Sand social activities,. gular as it nmay eem, our This life is full of little thirns as I
,w,, f well our motto "And he movement JAs tm g the v That help our lt ,
l cat the of .the few that f$pto: p, And little hopes way
^ to 9.,tj th eild- adults witI sh- #:" wig .
h *h ttke tion. .. ..GCan hallow the
t4~i~A.xi~ib: Xt $ i;:1cA. tt

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ly young
neck of a

blue ribboner: "On-
sheiks prefer the
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If women would pay more
attention to reducing their
hush id's expenses and less
to reducing their bodies they
would get along better.
* *

Once a negro preacher said:
Me an' de Lord done planned
convert dis wicked neigh-
orhood, but de Lord seems to
ive left hit up to me."
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shes to ashes
And dust to dust-
hatcher gonna do when
The fenders show rust'

shes to ashes
And grease for squeaks-
hatcher gonna do
When the radiator leaks?

;hes to ashes
And springs for jolts-
hatcher gonna do when
It goes up in smoke?
* *
The husband who brags
d the wife who nags are
ually objectionable.
* *
Even when we administer a
mntal kick sometimes we do
t do it hard enough.
* *
One thing about an old rake
no matt erhow rusty and
early toothless he gets he
always rake.
* *
i old-fashioned girl
[s Mamie MaCree-
e wears her skirt
Below the knee.

Business won't shut down
long as everybody pays up.
,i\'e a guy rope enough and
11 hang himself with the
* *
eat projects are built on
ams-plus the practical
)wledge and ability to make
m come true.
* *
There ar ea hundred appli-
its for every job at fault-
ding; but a hundred jobs
eopen for every fault men-

I wholesaler had had a lot
trouble in getting a certain
ail client to pay his bills-
to pay them promptly, but
pay them at all, relates the
II Street Journal. Finally,
ng patience, he, wrote the
rchant' in question a rather
eatening letter, and in re-
received the following
Dear Sir What do you
an by sending me a letter
a the one you wrote on the
th. inst.? I know how to
my business.
Every month I place all
bills in a basket, and- then
ire out how much money I
be to pay on my accounts.
at I blindfold my book-
per and have her draw as
iy bills out of the basket
[ have money to pay for.
Now if you don't like my
of running my busi.es,
don't even put youW bllr ,
k ." ", *. :,,^ ' .i r
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.A bank ad oi
learn the prin of:
cial management at
many apply them n the h
But what's the: e if h
doesn't come i. ross
enough principAf t6 pra
on ? '
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One of the bothers of
ing is the trouble of rel
ing all the things-oie has
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Evils cure thet lves,
the age that pr6duces
bandits tend to rlese
soon will leave no: place
hide a pistol.


We are beginning to
pect that the reason woi
arrive at the truth at
things so quickly ia not
to their superior intuit
but to the fact that they
more questions than men.
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The Jewish Communtij
a small southern td n wag
cently shaken to .its
The preacher .f the I
synagogue, who was also
hebrew instructor- of
young generation, had div
ed his wife, a good miu
aged woman, who had be
him five children, and n
ried his irish servant gil
A stormy indignation m
ing was held by his floct
discuss ways and,- means
punish the scoundrel, i
had desecrated the, ame
God and his people, Isi
Everybody suggested a
ferent fitting penalty for
When the discussion wae
its height, and the air I
full of smoke anid poise,
of the oldest beibers of
congregation, a p$i er in.
town, and one wbhod t
nobbed for years wt Goy
came in and'
platform. Know
a friend of the
bi, the assembly
stantly hushed; ,
might have a
"My friends,' ^
the leader, "I
night to askf '
raise for the Ra
"What, a
the furious
bursting into
and derisive la
goes and di
munity, and y $
dacity to ask
him, get off.*t
"Please i
pleaded the
on order was'
Jewish, wife,-#-
munal leader
what the
But now
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Miss a id Miss
Ethel 7T ta'ned re-
cently tir-Kaplan,
bride-to a iscellan-
euos sh t' the Alcazar
Hotel. .eA 'weri received
by Miss :lt,. Miss Ross,
Mrs. J. A, Ros atd Mrs.' D.
B. Ruskin, sist er f Miss Kap-
Bridge wta played during
the afternoon and later an ice
course was served High score
for bridge was wbn by Miss
Bobette Simons and second by
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub.
Mrs. Harry C. Markle received
third prime.:
Guests were Mrs. Herbert
Sepler, Mrs. Markle, Miss
Dorothy Brill, Miss Sari La-
vine, Miss Faye Weintraub,
Miss Martha Scheinberg, Miss
Marcella Seiden, Miss Ger-
trude Huebsh, Mrs. W. W.
Shayne, Mrs. Sol' Lutzsky,
Mrs. A. Weiss, Mrs. Wein-
rtaub, Miss Harriett Salz-
berg, Miss Simons, Miss Lau-
rette Simons, Miss Edythe
Katz, Mrs, L. Sapero, Miss
Martha Spiegelman, Mrs.
Clara Cohen, Miss Rose
Marks, Miss Evelyn Marks,
Miss Reggie Goldstein, Miss
Rose eFurr, Miss Jane Lacka-
witz, Mrs. Joe Weintraub,
Miss Florence Alpert and Miss
Josephine Ross.

Dr. and Mrs. Jacob i Kap-
lan are' visiting in Mobile,
Ala., where he will perform
the marriage ceremony of his
niece, MissM Helen Hoffman,
to Charles Meitus of Cincin-
nati. From there' he will go
to attend the graduation ex-
ercise of another niece, Miss
Roma Stein, honor student in
one of the high schools. Later
he will attend the rabbi con-
vention in Cincinnati from
June 26 to July 4, and then
will visit in Detroit and other
places in the. north. They will
return to Miami in the fall.
Miss, Mb tha Scheinberg
and Stanl y C. Myers whose
wedding WIs an event of Sun-
day were ists at a dinner
party girv. at the Biscayne
Hotel last 1.;nev ng for mem-
bers of IMi wedding party.
Bridal -dO tibns' were car-
ried out m"'i l o fthe appoint-
ment an4k a rainbow color
schemn.'f'* used. Gifts for
each i were conceal-
ed 4e i ,e, floral cen-
terleceti- E mers from
the eq~ e'edded to
ea e Mr. and

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supper bridge for feminine
attendants 'in the Myers-
Scheinberg wedding at her
home in S. W. Twelfth street.
Out-of-town guests for the
wedding were entertained al-
so. Buffet supper was follow-
ed by bridge.
Mrs. Cecil iMyers and Miss
Audrey Myers mother and
sister of the prospective
bridegroom, and Mrs. Sam
Fisk, all of New York, were
Marriage of Miss Martha
Scheinberg, niece of last even-
ing's hostess, and Stanley C.
Mlyers will be solemnized at
the Biscayne room of the Col-
umbus Hotel at 8 p. m. today
and will be followed by a large
In addition to the prospec-
tive bridegroom's parents and
sister and Mrs. Fisk, who
have arrived for the cere-
mony, theer will be a group of
guests coming down from W.
Palm Beach this morning.
The group includes Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Kominers, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Fein' and Mr. and
Mrs. Cyrus Auginter, all of
W. Palm Beach; Miss Mary
Meyers and Heury Meyers of
New York.
SThe party last evening for
the bride and her attendants
was the last of numerous in-
teresting pre-nuptial affairs
which have been given.
Miss Alice Apte, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Apte,
left recently for Atlanta to
spend a. short time; from
there she will go to Laurel
Falls Camp, Clayton, Ga. Lat.
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leave for ew Yori
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Unge'
left Monday for New York
and Maine. In the latter state
they will leave their daughter
Bertha Marshall, who ac9im-
panied them, at camp. The
Ungers expect to return in
six weeks.

Loyalty" club of Emunah
chapter, 0. E. S. held a card
party at the home of Ruth
Falkenstein, 566 N. E. Sixty,
fifth street, at 8 p. m. Thurs-
day. Hostesses were Mrs.
Frances Michealson and Mrs.'
reSarah Laskey. There were
refreshments and^prizes.
S *
Last Saturday afternoon
Mrs. L. Baron entertained for
her sister Miss Natalie Spec-
tor, who graduated from
Ponce de Leon High School,
with second highest honors.
The decorations and the tal-
lies were in pastel shades.
Those present were: Miss
Natalie Spector, Mrs. S. J.
Spector, Mrs. Harry Orlin,
Mrs. Max Reisman, Miss Bea-
trice Reisman, Miss Selma
Spoont, Miss Rpth Karesh,
Mrs. Sydney Avner, Miss
Ethel Harris.
High score was won' by.
Mrs. Harry Orlin. Second
prize was won by Miss Ruth
Karesh, and third was won by.
Mrs. Sidney Avner.
Miss Edith Silverman left
for an extended visit in New
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
left Monday morning for his
vacation by auto. He is ex-
pected to reach New 'York
Friday morning. While in
New York he will visit his
parents and on June 30th.he

will be married to Miss Lillian
Rosen of Toronto,.

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She is accompanied on her .
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A Bridge shower was, given
Mrs. Charles Markowitz Tues-
day afternoon at Beth David
Talmud Torah building, com-
plimenting her niece, Miss
Rose Marks, who will be mar-,
ried July 21 to Louis Rifas,
and was featured by an all-
white decorative .scheme.
The bridal motif was ef-
fectively emphasized in a min-
iature "bus" in which a bride
and bridegroom were seated.
A placard "onward bound"
was placed on the bus which
was in the center of a heart-
shaped arch formed of white
blossoms and :ferns. Gifts
from the guests were sus-
pended front the arch.
The hostess was gowned in
a flowered chiffon dress and
Miss Marks was attired in a
formal afternoon frock. Her
Mother, Mrs. Herman Marks
wore an all-lace model.
A group of girls in pastel-
shaded gowns who assisted in
serving were. Miss Cecile Wol-
kowsky, Miss Evelyn Marks,
Miss Charlotte Soil, Miss Syl-
via Soil and Miss Claire
"Hodes. Eighty guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Cohen
left for their summer vaca-
tion by auto last Tuesday,
they expect to remain in Hen-
dersopville, N. C. until the
latter part of September, af-
ter which they will visit
friends and relatives in Phil-
adelphia, returning to 'Miami
the latter part of October im-
mediately after Succos.
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Mrs. Minnie Feuer is leav-
ing this week for a. three
month vacation. She will visit

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-parents, Mr. and Mr. Charles
Apetowsky. Mrs. Cohen was.
Miss Clara Apetowsky before
her marriage.
Mrs. Max Ghertler enter-
tained Wednesday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Dave Letaw"
at a luncheon bridge. Among
those present were: Mrs.
Lewis Brown, Mrs. Isidor Co-
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Greenfield, Mrs. R. Wolpert,
Mrs. Seiden, Mrs. Chas. Mark-
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Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Snowe
entertained in hondr of their
son, a recent arrival from
New York. Among those pre-
sent were: Dr. and Mrs. S.
Aronowitz, Dr. and Mrs. M.
Ghertler, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt,
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris
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During the absence of Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld, the usual
daily Minyan will be held,
every morning at 7:30 a. m.
and every afternoon at 6:30
p. m. Sunday morning the ser-
vices will begin at 8 a. m. and
Saturday morning the ser-
vices Will begin at 9 a. m.

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Beth Jacob, Miami Beach

S During the summer, the re-
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will begin at 6:30 p. m. and
S Saturday morning services
will begin at 9 a. m.


(Continued from Page 3)
Mrs. Mack Greenberg was
hostess Monday at a surprise'
bridge party for Mrs. Nat
Zalka, who will leave this
S week with her baby daughter
to spend the summer with her
mother in Scranton, Pa.
SFriends gathered at Mrs.
Greenberg's home where, fol-
lowing the games, refresh-
ments were served.
Guests were Mrs. Benjamin
Bell of Chicago, Mrs. F. Caret,
S Mrs. G. Golden, Mrs. M.
S Klein, Mrs. Harry Orliens,
Mrs. Al Zalka, Mrs. R. A.
Russcol and Mrs. D. S. Rosen-
Beth Jacob Congregation
Auxiliary of Miami Beach
held a well attended card par-
ty at the Mare Vista Apart-
S ments, Monday, June 17th.
Mesdames E. Bernstein and
Silverman were hostesses for
the afternoon. A large cake
S donated by the IHome Town
Bakery was raffled and was
won by Mrs. J, Shapiro, who
S immediately Ithe same to the
STalmud Torah. Mrs. J. Caplan
was Chairman of the affair.
Mrs. J. Mintzer accompan-
ied by her children are leav-
ing Friday for New York City
where she will visit friends
and relatives. They expect to
be away for about two
S months and will then turn
to Miami.

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Mrs. F. J. Lax of West
' Palm Beach is going to Or-
lando to spend several weeks
there. She will receive medi-
cal attention there.
* *

Missess Laurette and Bab-
Sette Simons and Louise Salz-
Sberg were hostesses at a
..bridge party at the Columbus
hotel, Tuesday night in honor
Sof Misa Rose Marks, bride-
elect of Louis B. Rifas, and
JiWs Bose Furr of Washing-.
Sitoa,. D. C., who is te guest
i' of Miss Reggie Goldstein.
fdge tables were arang-
the hotel lounge, and
<4. 'i evening a' two-
die QPzer ~wait Saerve.
par high wasre w

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awarded consolation pirse.
Guest prizes were ples.nbt
to the honor guests ratMi
Ruth Kaplan.
Other guests were.: .i, s
Faye Weintraub, Miss 'Ger-
trude Huebsch, Miss Helen
Farkas, Miss Martha SiNgle-
man, Miss Ann Speigleian,
Miss Evelyn Marks, Miss
Thelma Samet, Miss Adalyn
Ross, Miss Josephine Ross,
Miss Dorothy Brice, Miss
Norma Wolf, Miss Sari Le-
vine, Miss Marie Seiden, Miss
Florenz Alpert, Miss Irene
Hamel, Miss Reba Engler,
Miss Sylvia Katz, Miss Reggie
Goldstein, Mrs. Sol Lutaky,
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, NMrs.
B. Salzberg, Mrs. Sidney Av-
ner, Mrs. Jasper Cromer, Mrs.
Albert Seiden, Mrs. Edward
Wexler, Mrs. B. Goldstein,
Mrs. A. Marks, Mrs. A. Sim-
ons, Mrs. Herbert Sepler, Mrs.
George Cohen and Mrs. P. D.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.
Fields and son, Joseph, will
leave today by automobile fo.'
Hendersonville, N. C., where
Joseph will enter a camp. Mr.
and Mrs. Fields will motor on
to points in New York and
Canada, returning by way of
Hendersonville, to join their
son, who will return to Miami
with them in the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown
have had as their guests for
several weeks their son-in-
laW and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Brown, and daugh-
ter, Virginia, of Birmingham,
Mrs. Adele Vince Rose en-
tertained at her home in Cor-
al Gables for members of the
Fortnightly Book Review
club recently. "Brook Evans,"
by Susan Glaspell, was re-
viewed. Members present
were: Mrs. Henry Berg, Mrs.
I. A. Russcol, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph S. Fields, Miss Raye
Rosengarten, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Goldstein, Mrs. Harry
Orlin, Mrs. Rosengarten and
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the group carried pink pre-
meir roses tied with stream-
ers in contrasting shade to
her gowr7 Shoes matched the
Mrs. William Shayne wore
heliotrope; Miss Faye Wein-
traub was in capucine; Miss
Miriam Schienberg in blue;
Miss Gertrude Huebsch in yel-
low; Mrs. J. N. Morris in or-
chid and Mrs. Gertrude Sher-
Mendel Scheinberg was gown-
ed in a robe de style of white
satin with a long skirt of
tulle, which was interpreted
with a very uneven henline,
short in front anJ long in the
-back, and having for its de-
coration small applications 6f
satin. The basque bodice was
completed by a tulle yoke with
seed pearl trimming around
the neck. Long satin sleeves
completed the gown. 8he brid-
al veil fell from a small fitted
cay which was encrustde with
pearls. Clusters of orange
blossoms at the neck line ser-
ved as further decoration. A
small, loose, face veil, and
Sman in .chartreuse. Each at-
tendant word, a necklace of
crystal rondels, the gift of the
The flower girls, Dorothy
Morris and Lillian Relman,
wore frocks of georgette in
pink and green fashioned with
ruffles and finished at the
neck with berthas. The ring
bearer, Peritz Scheinberg,
wore a white satin tuxedo
suit. \
Best man was Louis Hei-
man. Groomsmen were Wil-
liam Shayne, Max Goldstein,
Jo Scheinberg, Aaron Kan-
ner, Joe Morris and Leonard
Abbess, Ushers were Abe
Aronovitz, Sol Lutsky, Leo
Ackerman, Baron de Hirsch-
meyer, Ellard Kohn.and Max-
well Miller.
Feminine attendants and
groomsmentraversed the aisle
preceding the bride, and re-
turned tp stand at intervalI


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