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The Jewish Floridian ( June 28, 1929 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 28, 1929
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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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 28, 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:
AA00010090:00022

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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MIAMI, FLORIDA, JUNE 28, 1929


Price 5 Cents


CLUB


RE-ORGANIZES


Rabbi's Wedding Jewish Communal
Is Eventof Sunday Worker Elected to
On Sunday next, June 30th, Civic Office Here


e of the. mot enthuia Rabbi Irael H. Weisfeld of
One of the most enthusias- Beth David will be married to
ally attended meetings of Miss Lillian Rosen of Toronto,
reorganization meeting of Canada, at the' Congregation
e en Club of Miami, eld Bnai Israel in Brooklyn, N. Y.
e Mens Club of Miami, held ImmedIae afte the c
t Wednesday night at the Immediately after the cere-
scayne Msoic Hall. Qite mon at which some of the
umber of the old members most prominent Rabbis of
the Club attended even New York City will partici-
ough but a short notice of pate in, there will be a recep-
ly twelve hours had been tion for the immediate friends
en them. Nine new mem- df the -two families at Gar-
rs applied and were elected feins Banquet Hall, 10 Avenue
membership and will be A, N$w York City.
ly initiated at a- future Quite a large wedding party
eating of the Club. arrived last week from Toron-
After the formal motion to to' to be present at the nup-
organize had been adopted trials.
e presiding officer Mr. J. The Rabbi and his bride
uis Shochet-was directed to have known each other since
point a nominating commit- early childhood, both having
to recommend officers and been born in Toronto, and
ectdrs to serve until the having attended school to-
nual election of the organ- gether. The friendship of
tion to be held in Novem- years ripened into a real rd-
r. The nominating commit- mance and last year they were
consisted of Mr. Abe engaged. Rabbi Weisfeld and
onowitz, Mr. I. Lasky, Mr. his bride expect to spend their
ck Lear, Mr. (Herbert E. honeymoon in Atlantic City
her and Mr. S. J. Spector. and Toronto and will motor
The Work of the Club was back to Miami.
tlined and then the report Probably the only Miami-
the nominating committee ans who will be present at the
s presented by Mr. Scher. ceremony and reception are
ter quite a lengthy discus- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
n the report of the Cor- Myers who are spending their
ittee as unanimously honeymoon in New York City.
opted ad -the following of-
ers were elected: President r an
.Abe Af witz, Ist Vice Benefit Da e
es., 3. Louis Shoc t; 2nd. TotBe Held Sun.
ice Pres.: in charge of mem-
rship, I, asly; 8rd..Vice
ershinp, I f Entertain- The Friendship League is
ent., Jn L.ar 4th Vice to be the host'at a large Ben-
re. in chai of Boys Work efit Dance to be held this Com-
iey th. vW ing Sunday evening, June 380,
es in. a~e e of Charfty at the Talmud Torah Auditor-
ork, M pis tor, 6th Vice iumm, on Northwest Third Ave.
re itc of Civic Work, and.Second Street at 8 p. i.
in and 7th. Since the total proceeds will
ic e of Relig- go to the Scholarship Fund of
S Wolf; the Talmud Torah to help pay
San Treas.; the tuition of deserving chil-
Sretary and dren quite a large number of
raii guests are expected to be pre-
..... Executive sent toelelp swell thd pro-
: "Is rry ceeds. The-W. I. O. D. Orches-
b yer, I. tra will furiesh the music and
in 4i Nth- a bod time is promised all
Sg i~ l gH. g~et-to-gether for the members
oa ~J k a d -d-,their wives at'one of the
.... B... h casino, within the
~.met'i. month. The exact deadla

.e SI d di 6 nd al the me m-
fl it ."


Mr. Day J. Apte, one of the
prominent Jewish merchants
of this City was elected Secre-
tary of the reorganized Cham-
ber of Commerce last Week.
In addition to his activities in
the general civic work of tle
City, Mr. Apte is President of
Temple Israel to which he was
recently re-elected for a sec-
ond term, and President of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau'to
which organization he has de-
voted considerable- time and
energy. He is also a member
of the Executive Board of the
Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion of which he was treasur-
er for a number of years.

Arbeiter School
Holds Picnic
The children attending the
Arbeiter Ring (Workman's
Circle) school were given a.
real treat when they were
taken to the Hollywood Cas-
ino and pools last Friday, on
the annual picnic of the
school in trucks and cars pro-
vided by the members. More
than forty children were pre-
sent and took part in the var-
ious games and contests held
under the supervision of their
instructor, Mr., Kaplan.
The Committee in charge
consisted of Mrs. Rose Shand-,
loff, Mrs. Touby, Mrs. Henry
Seitlih, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Rose, Mrs. D. Gross and oth-
ers. A luncheon and other re-
freshmients were served

Hadassah Flower
Day Next Week
The National Fund Flower
Day which was scheduled to
have taken place June 9thi
and which was postponed .will
begin Tuesday next, July 2nd,
and will continue through
Wednesday and Thursday, e-
cause of Thursday beIg a leg-
al Holiday. Mrs: Henry SeSte
lin.will again be Chairlady of
the Committee third year and
wil be ably assisted by Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff, Mrs, Louis
teients, Mrs. Abe Aronowits,
Mrs., M. Kirsch, Ms. Mor


'ficers chosen
At Meeing of
Local Civic Body.


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Joe Fine To Be
Urged fpr Office
At a meeting of mdre than
forty of the Jewish citizens
Sof Miami held lat week, re-
presenting the leaders of the
Jewish community of Miami,
many of them substantial .tax
payers of Miami and Dade
County, it was decided to urge
upon the City Commissioners
of Miami that Mr. Joseph M.
Fine be appointed by them to
office under the new City
administration.
Mr. Fine has been one of
the most active communal
workers amongst the Jewish
citizens of Miami, for the past
four years being First- Vice
President of Beth David Syn-
agogue. He is an active mem-
ber of the Mens Club of Mi-
ami, the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, the Biscayne Masonic
Lodge, the Knights of Pyth-
ias, one of the officers of the
-Emunah Chapter of the East-
ern Star, a member of the Ma-,
hi emple of the Shrine, and
a member of the Knights of
Pythias. He was for a long
time a member of the Demo-
cratio County Committee and
has been active in Democratic
councils for a long time. Prior
to his-coiping to Miami he was
a citizen of Key West.
His appointment to office
would be enthusiastically re-
ceived, not only.by the Jewish
citizens of Miami hut by the
entire citizenry of the City.

Bfy Win Honors
At Sunay School
Due to an ero the ame of
Louis SittUn was ihadvertant-
ly omitted from the Iist of
those atniig honor at the.
graduatIon and pro otmon ex-
ercises of Blet David Sunday


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Judgement Ren-
dered Against
Pledgerto Charity
A judgement against Leon
Phillips, president of S. Phil-
lips & Son, 500 Seventh Ave.
New York, was granted, in
Municipal Court, Part Two,
by Judge Myron Sulzherger
to the United Jewish Cam-
paign on account of a pledge
for $500 which the defendant
signed during the drive in'
May 1926.
The defense submitted was
that the defendant thought he
was subscribing to the Feder-
ation for the Support of Jew-
ish Philanthropic Societies. It
was found that he had never
made a payment or pledge to
the Federation.
The United Jewish Cam-
paign is the agency thro"i'
which the'Joint Distributioi"'
Committee raises' funds in .
.this country foi the recon-
structive relief of the impov-
erished Jews of Eastern Eu-
rope and Palestine. In a drive
in New York in 1928, for
$6,000,000, subscriptions were
obtained from 40,000 contri-
butors on which 5,700,000 has
already been paid.

School Children to
Graduate Sunday
SThe Arbeiter Ring Shool
will hold graduation and pro-',t
motion exercises next Sunday
evening, at 8 p. m., at *lhch
tim~ the School will close for
a one month's vacation.
The. ..students wfll partici-
pate in the literary and musi- .
cal progra to be given under
the auspices of their instruct
tor Mr. Capla. Dr. Halpern:
Chairman of the School Comr
mitt will preside.
The- evening which pro.
mie t-e oe a -treat especially
to those wo enjoy Yiddish,
wil fbe held at the Workmen's
CO Hal, 701 N. W. 5th










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We have always been of the
opinion that the finest and
the most effective way for the
Jew to gain the respect of his
non-Jewish neighbors is: be-
ing a Jew in every sense of
the word.
In civic organizations, or as
Citizens we have the right
and should encourage the ex-
change of views with our non-
Jewish neighbors, but no fur-
ther. And we are happy that
tdspite the ratings of our
"Mah Yofis" Jews, of whom
we have several shining ex-
amples in fair Miami, our be-
lief is being borne odt by re-
cent experiences.
Dr. Solomon Foster, a noted
Reform Rabbi of this Coun-
try, writing in an Editorial
in the Newark "Jewish Chron-
icle," under the headline "We
need wisdom in Good Will,"
which was considered import-
ant enough to be printed t
length in the Jewish Daily
Bulletin of June 20th, empha-
sizes in rather striking fash-
ion exactly what may be ex-
pected of our Gentile minis-
teiial friends if they are giv-
en the opportunity. So that
we may not err, we quote ver-
batim:
It was significant also that
in three notable instances
which called for a quick and
decisive stand on the prin-
ciples of good-will between
Jews and Christians, the
Joint Conference was abso-
lutely silent, namely, in the
Massena blood libel during the
last Presidential campaign, in
the Kings County Hospital in-
cident of two years ago, and
S in the presentation of the
"King of Kings" and the Pas-
sion Play.
During the past season the
S question of the missionary
activities of the constituent
groups of the Federal Council
of the Churches of Christ in
America was discussed. The
Jewish members of the Joint
Conference asked the Chris-
S tian members of tie Commit-
S tee on Good-Will as individ-
S uals to recommend to such
S groups the discontinuance of
these missionary activities. To
this request they voted in the
negative. If as individuals
they could not discountenance,
S missionary activities by
S Christians among the Jews,
S how could the Jewish mem-
bers of the Joint Conference
on Good-Will regard any co-
[ operative endeavor between
religious bodies possible since
the integrity and preservation
of the Jewish religion were
, not accepted as' the basis of
S good ill?
-.
In this connection, a pos-
I sble clue to the doubt of the
S tpfrther msefulnes of the pre.
HI st farm. of eoperation may
B ..se B e inetpl sentences
.. ,i ae report of 192l te

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ica ,p. 74) by Drs. Anthony
and Clinchy.
"As a committee of the
Federal Council of Churches
of Christ in America, how-
ever, there are vast possibil-
ities for us to practice the
principles of love in our rela-
tions with the Jews. Contacts
and cooperation with Jewish
groups and organizations rep-
resenting different wings of
Hebrew life and thought and
varied interests have been
open to the committee in al-
most too great a profusion
during the last four years of
its activities. It is, however,
of the utmost importance that
Christianity in America
should have some outpost of
good-will, such as our commit-
tee, seeking understanding
and cooperation with the con-
temporary representatives of
the race and religion of which
Jesus Himself and the pr6ph-
ets were a part. The very ex-
istence of this committee is a
testimony of inestimable
value to the spirit of Christ
and His modern disciples.'"
Here is an utterance of un-
usually compelling attention,
all the more significant be-
cause signed by Dr. Alfred
William Anthony and Dr. Ev-
erett R. C. Clinchy, the pre-
sent leaders in the Joint Con-
ference on Good-Will, and we
Jews must reckon with it. Let
us note that no direct refer-
ence is made to missionary
activities to break down Jew-
ish loyalty, but in view of the
vote not to discourage mis-
sioqary activities, the state-
ment is not free from the im-
plication that the discussion
on good-will, in churches, col-
leges and clubs, the holding of
forums and seminars, the or-
ganization of radio messages,
etc., under the auspices of the
Federal Council of the
Churches of Christ in Amer-
'ica are done in the spirit 6f
Jesus to serve Christian ends.
Some of the leaders may per-
sonally refrain from active
service in proselytizing the
Jews, but they are not averse
to having others follw in the
procession to look after such
details, Rabbi Foster con-
cludes. ,,
It may interest our'Miam.
ian Jews to know that recent-
.ly Dr, Clinchy was a visitor to.
VMiami on a good-will viiit
and that at a meeting of local
Ministers and our two Rabbisl
made the point that Rabbi.;.
Foster. makes in his article,
which point was very quieljy
sustained by President Ashe,
of the. University ot Miami,.
who presided. Arid naturally,
nothing ever came out of the"
conference.
Need we.add any more? We
respectfully refer Uth article
of Dr. Foster for thoro~zk
study and nature reflect
to those of our in Jwishb

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J. LOUIS SCHOCHET BEN DORQM
A. CHOCHOM A. N. ASHER

BE YOURSELVES!


that rests upon u oswUp.l.
shoulder straps and safety
pins.
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I.
Watermelon am de darkey's
friend;
I could eat 'twell do world'
done end,
Big red heart a-drippin' sweet
Nuffin' to do but eat, eat,
eat,
Watermelon, I luve you-
Nuffin' kin cut love in two.
As sho' as yo' vine twines
roun' de stump,
You a ma' darlin' sugar
lump.

II.
Watermelon-goodness me-
You's de bestest thing I see.
You's de darkey's chief
delight,
Ah'll see you later some dark
night.
Oh, Watermelon, frien' ob
mine,
Oh, hunk ob joy on a trailing'
vine,
You am summer's grandest
treat,
An' I jes laks to eat, eat, eat.
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Did you ever know a fat
man who was out of work ?
o-0
A good example is more ef-
fective than a sermon.


If one should say, "Thou art
a Jew,
Of race for centuries down-
trod!" -
I would reply: "So was He,
too,
Whom you exalted to your
SGod!
Is it a stigma kin to be
With Him who preached in
Galilee ?"
If one should say, "what are
the deeds
The Jew has done!" I.
would reply:-
"The cornerstone of modern
creeds
Was laid by Him in years
gone by.
He broke the gyves of
tyranny
An taught the world
humanity!"
If one should say, "Thy cult
is old!"
I would reply: "Why, so is
Truth!
But like the brilliancy of gold
It still shifts with untar-
nished yodth.
Whatever truths yqur church
may show,
The Jew professed them
long ago."-

THE SICK

When a fellow's knocked out
and he can't get about,
And the doctor says "Stay
there in bed,"
When he's all aches and pains
and the blood in his veins
Seems to flow like a fluied
of lead;
You may dose him with pills
and with tincture and
squills,
But the cure for a man,
after all,
Are the roses of love and
the glad voices of
THE GOOD FRIENDS who
drop in to call.


TwoScots r! satisfy ti
Two Scots, with only-1a few tomers.
shillings between them, want-
ed to go to a neighboring Our ide
town to see a fair, so they de- is one wh
cided to "hqof it" along the wife whe
railway track, and save car- during d'
fare. While walking along
they spied a brown bottle ly- Parade
ing by the roadbed. The cork high spe(
was still in it, and so was half
the contents. Sandy sampled When
it, and passed it to Donald. hot butte
Donald pronounced it good per.
and returned it to Sandy. And
so it passed back and forth Hats
until the bottle was empty. overhead
After a while Sandy puffed men.
out his chest and said: "Don-
ald, do ye ken what I'm gaein' Any g
to do on the morrow? I'm stardom
gaein' to buy this railroad, earth.
I'm gaein' to buy all the. rail-
roads in Scotland, .all the The m
automobiles, all the steam- sights h
ships--everything. What d'ye about.
think o' that ?"
SDonald eyed his companion Rouge
disparagingly, and answered: eon-fron
"Ye're crackit! Ye Ye canna boy frier
do it."
"An' why not?" persisted Don't
Sandy. fellow ha
"Because," replied Donald, you. If h
curtly, but with e ra' l. 4i n .the
elation, "Iwilfti ..~ blues


aa Cof KOWTOWING to
JEWISH FLORID~N i i Nt
j2 LOJ ,- .,. ., Judaism. To those whose ideal (, LOM
y Newspaper Published At Miami, Flopda of perfection plus in the man- r
ie Jewish Floridian Publishing Company agement of Synagogues con- c
sists in turning over the pul- -
Ave. j 6 Phone 8745 pit to Non-Jews we very re-
spectflly suggest ........ilit The
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Aske-d 'a dentit to
tooth.
He said, I niot hu
She said, "O01 you 2
you-
Go on-ale' y6u tell
truth?

Most wives let the'
bands pick their owni
the wives contenting
selves with picking thi
et.
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Just listen to me, sing)
fellows,
If for a wife you shoi
look, .
Don't pass up the girl i
eats onions-
The chances are she's."
good cook.
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The June rose, is t
thorns, while the June
is full of pins.


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sonv
Pain
be t
and
they
cross

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full
bare


-o whal
.g rises to the sui- have
ker than a complaint. Fast
prea
re butts in even pect
everything is supposed few
siness. too!
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Sthink of anything TI
ile than an argument ape
historical date. of ai
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g your first game of Hi
equivalent to having der
ry garnisheed for the wrec
our life.
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ness man succeeds in the
n to his ability to a sa
ie desires of his cus-
TI
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ea of a mean husband dust
o1 sends candy to his
n she's on a rapid re- St
let. time
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>xical, but it takes a
ed to lower a record, T


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love grows cold try
erdrl rlla fnr hi aim


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cost for

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erbert Bayer, in hi
ille Traction
I Leaf, says girls
aught to dot th
cross their "t's".
wink their ey
i their knees.

Lmpa preacher says
of sunback fr
knees. Thenhell is
b more attractive
e always thought it
lions may changes
chers never do. Oj
nation is that we'll
preachers down
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ie more the ape
human beings, their
n ape is he.

e who disregards th
is pretty sure to su
-k.
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he most dangerous
world is hq wtd
int when he I't.
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ie fly on top o t
ks he is q
than thed ar

he who spen4 too
a looking in t i
time for t t
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the main The pawnbroke a :
t mi To his fellow t
married Alwayl pospaib; ; .
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without leaving the

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seems to be passing
n the girls to their
ids.
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think that the other
s an easier time than
he is doing anything
world he ha hid


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we were
of the peac.T
Sarcastic 2
and I've ha
nor peace


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men told
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Fri elatives of
Miss '' t' Gerschow and
Jake Hitt both of 4tlanta,
Ga., who ame to be married
rhud.r: eenljng at the At-
lanta W;man'a .Club, will be
interested tt learn that they
will .sped their honeymoon
in Miami as house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz
345 S. W. Fifth, avenue, who
are planning several social"
functions for them.
Miss Gerschow is socially
prominent in Atlanta. She is
a graduate of Agnes Scott
College of Decatur, Ga., and
is an active member of the
Alpha Sigma Kappa sorority.
Mr. Hirsch attended the Uni-
versity of Georgia and is a
member of the Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity.
a *
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E.
Kleiman left yesterday for an
extended motot trip. They will
stop at French Lick Springs
for a few weeks and from
there will motor through the
North and Canada before re-
turning to Miami in Septem-
ber.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolf-
son left last night for New
York where they will sail on
the SS Statendam for an ex-
tended tour of Czechoslovakia,
Germany, Switzerland and
France. They will 'return the
latter part of September on
the Aquitania. They will be
Joined the early part of Sep-
tember in Paris by their son
Dr. Wm. L. Wolfson and his
family.

Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Rus-
kin and daughter, Charlyne,
have gone to New York for a
month's visit. The trip was
made by auto.
*
Mrs. Saul S. Cohen of 1929
S. W. Fburteenth terrace, en-
tertainsd for her mother, Mrs.
Harry -V. Simons,. at a sur-
prise,party recently.
Guets were Mr. and Mrs.
GoidoioDavis, Mr. and Mrs.
Normia MIW"ky, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Walkowsky, Dr. anid
Mrs., A, Fteidman, Mr. and
M, Sam Cophen, Mr. and Mrs.
e Yer, Mr. and Mrs.
5,. fnd Mrs. Louis
.Mr. and Mrs.' L'
Iman E4M* n, Morris
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Chapter 175, 0. E. S., will be
relieved during her absence by
Miss AnneCirchik, who will
serve as secretary, and Mrs.
Lena Simmons, who will sub-
stitute as treasurer.
*
Members of the Loyalty
club auxilliary of Emunah
Chapter 175, 0. E. S., were
entertained Thursday night
with a delightful. card party
at the home of Miss B. Fal-
kenstein, 566 N. E. 65th St.
Mrs. Sarah Lasky and Mrs.
Francis Michaelson acted as
joint hostesses.
High score prizes for bridge
were awarded Mrs. Ella
Wolfe, Mrs. L. Alpert and
Mrs. S. Bacher. Mrs. Ella
Kiser, Mrs. Van Dyke and
Mrs. Lena Simmons won oth-
er prizes. Cakes were donated
by Mrs. Frank Michaelson
and Mrs. F. Bacher.
Guests were Miss Ann Kir-
chik, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Myerson,
Mrs. Estelle Blunker, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Kiser, Mr. and Mrs.
Van Dyke, Mrs. Ella Kahn,
Mr. and Mrs. Michaelson, J.
H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Fal-
kenstein, Mrs. Harkins, Mrs.
Williams and Mrs. Friedman.
*
The Wednesday afternoon
bridge club met at the home
of Mrs. Milton Weiner, of S.
W. 18th Avenue..The guests
comprising the club are: Mes-
dames Sydney H. Palmer, Sue
Shachter, Zena Lear, Reba
Hayman, Rose Spitzer, Reba
Tdbin, Frances Orlin, and Lee
Weiner. The first prize went
to Mrs. Sue Schachter.
The next meeting will be
held at the Granada Hotel
with Mrs. Reba Hayman as
hostess.
S *
The Beth David Sisterhood
held a vpry splendidly attend-
ed card party in the auditor-
ium of the 'Beth David Tal-
mud Torah, last Tuesday af-


SOCIETY :


Mr. Chas. Peretzman
1042 S. W. 3rd Ave. left
a motor trip to Tampa.
*, *


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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
keCn plan to leave Sunday for
an extended trip to Canadr.,
and the north.
*
Mrs. L. R. Roth and daugh-
ter returned Monday from
several weeks' visit in Savan-
nah.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Pallt.
celebrated their tenth we4-
'ding anniversary with a but
fet supper and bridge party


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ternoon. The hostesses for
the afternoon were Mrs. Dave
Kahn and Mrs. B. Bernstein.
Among those who were a-
warded prizes for high score
were: Mrs. Chas. Markowitz,
Mrs. L. Gottesman, Mrs. P.
Rappaport, Mrs. M. Golden-
blank, Mrs. Al Berger, Mrs. J.
Caplan. Mrs. S. Mechlqwitz
was the lucky wiiher of a
large cake which was raffled
during the afternoon. The
cake was donated by Mrs.
Max Ghertler. At a late hour
a delicious ice course was
served.
The next card party will be
held onn Tuesday evening, July
9th, at 8 o'clock, and Mrs. Moe
Rippa, Mrs. Abe Aronowitz
and Mrs. Meyer Friedman
will be the hostesses for the
affair.
Mr. Jack Adelman who was
seriously ill at the Jackson
Memorial Hospital was dis-
charged from the Hospital
last Sunday and is now rapid-
ly convalescing at his home,
to the delight of his many
friends.
*
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Rosen-
dorf of Miami Beach left yes-
terday for Richmond, Va.,
where they will visit Mrs.
Binswanger, mother of Mrs.
Rosendorf.
Mrs. Louis Peretzman and
children have returned home
after spending a brief vaca-
tion with Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Peretzman.
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at their home an N. E. 19th
St. Pink and green predomin-
ated in the table decorations
and favors. Prizes were a-
warded to Mrs. J. Blunker, M.
R. Klein and Al Pallot for
high score in bridge.
Guests included: Mr. and
Mrs. M. Pallot, Mr. and Mrs.'
L. Pallot, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Schulman, Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Klein, Mr. and Mrs. D. Broth-
ers, Mr. and Mrs. H. Simon,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Blunker.
*
Gertrude Huebsch, Rose
Shayne and Marcella Seiden,
students of the University of
Miami and members of the
Upsilon Lambdu Phi sorority
left Tuesday on a motor tour
which will take them to Chi-
cago, through Yellowstone
National park and to Los An-
geles. They expect to return
to Miami about the first week
in September.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin
and sons, Edward and William
and Mr. Rubin's mother, Mrs.
J. Rubin, will leave soon by
motor for Monticello, N. Y., to
spend the summer.
4 **
Mr. Nathan Goldman left
for a brief stay in New York
and vicinity. He is expected
back the early part of next
week.
S *
Mr. Henry Rudich is away
on a brief trip to New York
and other northern points. He
is expected to return the early
part of next week.
*
Mrs. George L. Cohen, who
has been visiting her parents

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edition to theH ste.s were:,;
Miss Sally Mack, Miss Minnle
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last week at their home ini
Shenandoah in honor of Mrs,.
Wilder and daughter, Eleanor, ,
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Beth David


duringg the absence of Rabbi
'Israel H. Weisfeld, the usual
Daily Minyan will be held,
Severy-morning at 7:30 a. m.
and every afternoon at 6:30
I;`, p. m. Sunday morning the ser-
Svices will begin at 8 a. m. and
i Saturday morning the ser-
vices will begin at 9 a. m.

Temple Israel

Summer services will be
conducted at Temple Israel
during the absence of Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan by Mr.
Louis Zeientz, a member of
.the Temple Board. Services
will begin at 8 p. m. and will
be conducted in the usual
manner. All are invited to at-
,tend.


SBeth Jacob, Miami Beach

S During the summer, the re-
gular Friday evening services
will begin at 6:30 p. m. and
SSaturday morning services
Swill bIegin at 9 a. m.


SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 3)
Nathan Aronowitz, the son
and Daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Aronowitz are visit-
ing their grandparents in Key
West, Fla., and while there
'have been entertained at a
large number of beach parties
4. and other events.

Mrs. Morris Dubler, of 1274
S. W. 3rd St., entertained at
Luncheon bridge, on Wednes-
day, June 26, at which the fol-
Slowing were her guests: The
SMesdames Harry Farr, Bea-
| trice Shaff, Jos. Bernstein,
SM Scheinberg, Lewis Brown,
Max Ghertler, Isidore Cohen,
Morris Aronowitz, Sam Aron-
owitz, Al Seiden, A. Freed-
man, M. B. Frank, Morris
SDubler, and Mrs. Weinberg of
SKey West, Fla. First prize
was won by Mrs. H. Farr, 2nd
prize by Mrs. Isidore Cohen,
and consolation prize by Mrs.
'LeBpis Brown. During the af-
ternoon refreshments were
served, and a good time was
E/ enjoyed by all.
*as-- *


S Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seiden,
. of 1816 S. W. 11th Terrace,
have as their guest their son
who is here on a vacation
from Chicago.

S Mrs. I. H. Farr is now con-
Svalescing from a protracted
Illness which confined her to
her home for the past two
.. months.

,l Mr. Sam Bloom owner of
Ow Bloom Auto Parts Co. and
7f. for the past several years a
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Mr. Morton Fagan, the gen-
ial proprietor of the Palatial
Kosher Restaurant, and his
Family are leaving for a motor
trip to Chicago. to visit the
father of Mr. Fagan after
which they will go to Hunter,
N. Y., to spend a brief'vaca-
tion. They will return to Mi-
ami about September 1st.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn,
and their son Arthur are
leaving for a trip to New
York and Boston the early
part of next week, and expect
to spend about thirty days on
their vacation. They will
motor North. Mr. Kahn is well
known in local insurance cir-
cles. Mrs. Kahn is very active
in the affairs of the Emunah
Chapter of the Eastern Star,
and in the Beth David Sister-
hood. Their son, Arthur has
been one of the star students
of the Beth David Sunday
School having won highest
honors the past two years.
*
The many friends of Mr. P.
M. Rosengarten are delighted
that he is back with us once
again after spending about 6
weeks in the North. While in
the. North he visited his
daughter who had been ser-
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Miss Hannah Wolkowi.tz o
Princeton, N. J., Friday aft&,r
noon.. They will make their
home in Mialni.
*
Mrs. Louis Hayman enter.
trained the Wednesday After-
noon Card club at luncheon at
the Biscayne room, Columbus
Hotel, Wednesday afternoon.
Vari-colored zenias were ar-
ranged in a low bowl as a
centerpiece for the- table. Fol-
lowing luncheon the guests
enjoyed bridge.
Attending were Mrs. S. H.
Pamer, Mrs. J. Lear, Mrs. H.
Spitzer, Mrs. H. Orlin, Mrs..
N. Weiner, Mrs. S. Schachter
and Mrs. O. F. Tobin.
*
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fined to her home in the Mare
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Beach, due to a slight illness.
She is expected to be out
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Abe Kurman, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Small, and Mr. Dan
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*
Mr. Dave Kahn accompani-
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trip to Everglades Gity, last
Thursday and in addition to
the" business for which they
went had quite an enjoyable
trip.
*
Miss Minna Lesnoff of 1037
N. W. First St. entertained
at a dance last Sunday night,
at her home and quite a splen-
did time was spent by all. At
a late hour refreshments were
served.
Among those present were:
Misses Jene Mohilner, Lillian
Dock, Elsie Weinberger, Ann
Simon, Ann Kirchik, Fay
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