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The Jewish Floridian ( July 5, 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:
July 5, 1929

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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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:
July 5, 1929

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:
AA00010090:00023

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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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Jew6slh Filariiclliiai in
ro. xxviii.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, JULY, 5, 1929
Price 5 Cents
ESED SHEL EMES ACTIVE
Shel Ernes
fetrates Its
ie in Miami
Beth David Rabbi
Married in N. Y. C.
feed Shel Ernes or-
. which recently
rery active campaign
Trship again de-
fche need for such
Kami when it ans-
Jupon it today.
BSuud, aged fifty-
Hthe Victoria Hos-
psday night a few
p" being removed
ital from his home
nth Ave. He died
Ht of swallowing a
jnCMtrl.olic acid. Jus;
rear ago Suud at-
Jommit suicide by
H^ans but was pre-
doing so when
fclose friends suc-
fcesting the bottle
|pm his hands af-
struggle. Suud
in a bed room by
id a neighbor.
tort owner
establishment in Lit-
had been despond-
days over financial
,, Mrs. Suud said.
ime to Miami three
from Chicago. He
Brife, Mrs. Pearl
Tjons, David, 16,
J13, and a daugh-
fef Miami, and a
Ifrs. Betty Tanner
was taken to
plan's King Funer-
BJorthwest Third
la call was then
B local Jewish or-
B which Suud had
^fcer at one time
lined to take, care
Jll arrangements.
d Shel Ernes was
fcpon and finding
ply was in no pos-
J care of the cost
|al, arranged to
ral expenses and
tirial plot in the
Tthe Chesed Shel
IWoodlawn Ceme-
>se active in the
pie organization
luel Rippa, Mr.
[Mr. S. Abenson
Bui
relfare
>au to Meet
Eutive Board of
Welfare Bureau
jext Wednesday
Its offices in the
jJJldg. Because of
made upon the
pitinually some
I devised whereby
of Miami Jewry
ken sadly lacking
In be stirred into
Rab!)i Israel H. Weisfeld of
Beth David Congregation was
married last Sunday evening
to Miss Lillian Rosen, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Rosen of Toronto, Can. The
ceremony which was partici-
pated in by some of the most
prominent Rabbis of New
York City was performed at
the Bnai Israel Congregation
in Brooklyn, N. Y. After the
ceremony the wedding party
left for the Garfeine Banquet
Hall where a reception was
held for the friends of both
families.
Due to the delay in the
mails caused by the fourth of
July being a legal holiday and
there being no mail delivery
we were unable to obtain the
detailed description of the
wedding in time for this is-
sue. The details of the cere-
mony and reception together
with the photographs of the
party will appear in next
week's issue of the Jewish
Floridian. Rabbi and Mrs.
Weisfeld spent the first week
of their honeymoon at Atlan-
tic City returning to New
York City for the "Sheva
Brochos" on Friday night.
Free Loan Direc-
tors Chosen by
Its Committee
Talmud Torah Chil-
dren Holds Picnic
National Fund
Holds Flower Day
The members of he Hadas-
sah Chapter of Miami under
the leadership of Mrs. Henry
Seitlin staged a very success-
ful National Flower Day cam-
paign last Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday. Arm bands
with the slogan of the Nation-
al Fund "Keren Kayemes
L'Yisroer*Volunteer" with
the Jewish Mogen Dovid in
the center were worn by the
Workers. Among those active-
ly participating in the work
besides the Chairlady were:
Mrs. Morris Schoenfeld, Mrs.
L. Ruscol, Mrs. Sam Simon-
hoff, Miss Beatrice Silver,
Miss Rebecca Seitlin, Miss
Florence Seitlin, and Mis3
Dorothy Kaplan.
Soccer Team Or-
ganized by Club
The Yediddim Club organ-
ized and composed of young
Jewish boys has recently
formed a soccer team which
will play teams from all parts
of Florida. The team is being
coached by Mr. I. Hochstein,
formerly of New York City,
and now athletic director of
Beth David Talmud Torah.
Mr. Hochstein was captain of
the famous Trumpeldour team
and a former member of the
World's champions "Hakoah"
soccer team.
Mr. Samuel J. Spector, the
president of the Hebrew Free
Loan Society advises that the
nominating committee em-
powered to choose Directors
for the organization to serve
for the coming year will re-
port at a meeting to be held
within the next ten days. The
committee consists of Mr. I.
Lasky, Mr. P. Scheinberg and
J. Louis Shochet.
Due notice of the meeting
will be published, in the col-
umns of the Jewish Floridian.
Rabbi Is Elected to
Office by Civic Club
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
of Temple Israel, was elected
as a member of the Board of
Control of the Exchange Club
of this City of which he has
been an active member since
his arrival in Miami. Dr. Kap-
lan was a member of the Cin-
cinatti Exchange Exchange
Club prior to his accepting
the Rabbinate with the Tem-
ple Israel and since his mem-
bership in Miami has been
among its leaders.
Rabbi Dr. Kaplan and Mrs.
Kaplan are now on vacation
and are expected to return to
Miami in the early Fall.
Chesed Shel Ernes
To Hold Meeting
Plans are now being formu-
lated for the calling of an an-
nual meeting for the purpose
of conducting an election for
officers and directors of the
Chesed Shel Ernes Society.
The membership campaign
which has just concluded re-
sulted in more than one hun-
dred and fifty members be-
ing enrolled.
Great interest in the work
of the Organization is being
shown and a report of all its
activities is being prepared by
the Secretary Mr. John Wolf
which report will show what
the organization has accom-
plished during the past year.
Mens Club Execu-
tive Board Meets
The Executive Board of the
Mens Club of Miami recently
reorganized will hold its first
meeting at the office of the
President Mr. Abe Aronowitz
in the Seybold Bldg. At this
meeting plans will be laid for
the active work which the
Mens Club will undertake and
the various committees will
be appointed and their work
outlined.
Great interest is being
The pupils of the Beth Dav-
id Talmud Torah held the 1st
of its summer schedule picnis
last Wednesday morning. The
students met at the Talmud
Torah building and then pro-
ceeded in a truck to Hardie's
Casino, Miami Beach. The pic-
nic was in charge of the
teachers Mr. I. Hochstein and
Mr. E. Gordon, assisted by
Mrs. Dave Kahn and Mrs.
Belcov. The truck was provid-
ed through the courtesy of
Mr. Nathan Adelman.
Contests were held at the
Beach and ice cream, cake and
drinks were served free to all
the children. Because of the
next day being July 4th. a
number of the children could
not attend. More than fifty
children were present. Mr.
Herbert E. Scher is acting
principal in charge during the
absence of Rabbi I. I. H.
Weisfeld on his vacation.
The picnics will be held
twice monthly during the
summer.
Jewish Boys dedi-
cate Song to Miami
On Friday night next, two
Jewish boys well known in Mi-
ami will have the pleasure of
dedicating a song to the City
of Miami called "The Land of
the Palm and the Pine." The
music has been written by
Aaron Farr, the leader of the
University of Miami Fresh-
man Band and Glee Club, and
the words have been written
by his cousin Harold Farkas,
who is on the reportorial staff
of the Miami Daily News and
connected with the Miami
Chamber of Commerce.
"Aye" Farr as Harold is
popularly known is well
known in musical circles be-
ing the author of quite a num-
ber of songs and ballads
which have become quite pop-
ular. Harold Farkas has had
quite a number of his articles
accepted and printed in a
number of national maga-
zines.
shown in Miami since the last
general meeting and from
present indications it will not
be very long before the Club
will again make itself felt in
local affairs.
Definite time and place will
be announced immediately af-
ter the meeting for the first
entertainment which will be
staged by the Club within the
next ten days.
Already plans are being
worked out towards the ob-
taining of a permanent home
for the Club where members
may meet daily and have so-
cial affairs and comforts.
Arbeiter Ring
Holds Large Con-
cert Last Sunday
Before an assemblage of
more than two hundred peo-
ple which crowded the capac-
ity of the Workmens Circle
Hall, at 701 N. W. 5th Ave.,
last Sunday night, the chil-
dren attending the Yiddish
school of the Arbeiter Ring
gave a really enjoyable and
creditable performances for
pupils of their age. Sketches
recitations by the children
were all under the direction
of their capable teacher Mr.
Kaplan. A number of folk
dances were presented by the
pupils under the leadership of
Prof. Kehl, well known local
folk dance authority who is
instructor of dancing at the
school. The musical program
was incharge of Miss Mildred
Greenberg who was present-
ed with a huge basket of flow-
ers by the pupils of the school
in recognition of her splendid
services. Dr. A. D. Halpern,
well known local communal
worker, who is chairman of
the school board presided at
the concert. The evening'was
a treat to the lovers of Yid-
dish art.
The committee in charge of
the concert who deserves
much credit for the splendid
evening of entertaiment pre-
sented, consisted of Mr. and
Mrs. Shandloff, Mr. and Mrs.
Touby, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kot-
kin, Mrs. Chertoff, and Mrs.
Gross. After the entertain-
ment had been concluded
splendid refreshments were
served to all those present.
The Concert marked the
closing of the school for a one
month period, which will af-
ford the children a well de-
served rest and an opportun-
ity for the teacher for a bet-
ter curriculum.
Registration for all those
who desire to enroll their chil-
dren will be held at the
Workmens Circle Hall every
Sunday morning during the
month of July.
Among those taking part in
the concert were the follow-
ing: Harry Touby, Ethel Laz-
ar, Leonard Rose, Sam Lazar,
Ida Gilman, Ethel Lazar, Billy
Merlin, Shirley Elkin, Rose
Levin, Mary Merlin, Sarah
Dock, Harold Glesser, and Ar-
thur Shandloff.
Beth David Sister-
hood to Hold Party
The Beth David Sisterhood
will hold a card party for the
benefit of the furnishings
fund of the Talmund Torah
next Tuesday evening, in the
auditorium of the new build-
ing. Mrs. Moe Rippa, Mrs.
Abe Aronovitz and Mrs. Mey-
er Friedman will be the host-
esses for the evening.








EJEWISH ORIDIA*
--* -" L- .


A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami, Florida -
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
--
302 S. W. 4th Ave. (6 Phone 8745

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

MAH YOMRU HA'GOYIM?


S M ah Yomru. Ha'Goyim,
S what will the non-Jews say,
seems to be the question for-
ever uppermost in the minds
of some of our so-called lead-
t, ers of Miami's Jewish com-
munity. Not theirs to interest
S themselves in the promotion
1 of good will by the promotion
&' of things Jewish! Not theirs
,^ to promote the future of our
l Jewish faith by the teachings
of our traditional beliefs
handed down to us through
S untold generations by men
and women who suffered mar-
S tyrdom thereby! Theirs to
S promote' good will between
Jews and non-Jews by yield-
ing everything that is near
S and dear to historic tradition-
al Judaism; theirs to promote
good will by aping everything
that is non-Jewish; by sacri-
ficing everything that may
have the tinge of sacred tra-
* edition so that they may be
patted on the back by some
non-Jewish friends and told,
"You're not like the average
Jew, you're an exception."
Of course these self consti-
tuted leaders of Miami Jewry
say that it's utterly un-Amer-
ica to stick to the faith of
our forefathers, and thus play
* directly into the hands of the
L Christian missionaries and
the advocates of assimilation.
American Jewry has awak-
S ened and has torn the mask
S from the faces of the leaders
of the Christian Good Will
Movement. And when men
4I who have served their country,
4f aid who are outstanding
': Jews at the' same time like
Louis Marshall the noted
Lawyer of New York City, ex-
Spresses himself as forcibly as
She did in an interchange of
J corresponding between him-
/ self and Dr. Anthony, and
I: wherein 'he says that "let the
SJews become better Jews and
the Christians better Chris-
Stans,. and this will be a hap-
piere world. Then genuine
good-will would be ushered in-
Sto existence automatically
Without meeting or confer-
ences or discussions."
"In the concluding sentence
Sof your letter you 'acknowl-
edge that. Christians have
o: used and still do use, improper
methods in many places in ad-
.voecy of their doctrines.'
t probably refers to the
Sof physical extermina-
and moral degradation.
Shave caused untold mis-
cry bot have not worked, so
Akiey are rewarded for these
irte ta crude, a*
WO : sO0,O00 Jews were
ied i1 the Ukraine dur-
te idecaderl., The
4 Iti its the eaplo y-
*taeyevd words of
Tha~$t a .


and to undermine the Jewish
future. What does history tell
us about the Jew and Judaism
of the past? One thing above
all else; namely, that from the
dawn of Jewish history to the
present moment, Judaism has
been the religion of the Jew-
ish people, just as the Jewish
people has been the vehicle
and the guardian of the Jew-
ish religion. Would there ever
have been a single Jew in the
world but for the Jewish re-
ligion-for God's revelation to
the Jew and the Jew's accept-
.- AL-A ... 14'l in?" h


ly thirty centuries of unpar- ance od nau r.vc.auun .
afleled persecution, oppression asked.
and barbarities--is to betak- Let these utterances and

en from us and to be exchapg- happenings in American Jew-
ed for what? Paulinianism, ish life act as a lesson to even
with all that it imues.-the our so called Miami Jewish
faith of our persecutors. You leaders. Return to your own
are entirely frank about it. faith! Be yourselves! Be Jews!
But why speak of good-ivll?
How can there be good-will FLOWERS OF LOVE
'with reservation'? if you
have your way, good-will t- By Philip M. Raskin
ward the Jews would be a
mere catchword, a beautiful The night was crisp and
figure ..of ..speech-for there chilly,
would be no Jews left. They With the gates of the sky
would be ..swallowed ..up ..by ajar ....
your religion. And then what? On a branch of a cloud, like
O, sancta simplicitas! a lily, .
"When 1 first began to Wavered a big white star..
practice, my four associates
were, respectively, an Episco- We walked the cloistered
palian, a Unitarian, a Metho- bowers
dist and a Presbyterian. We Through braided looping
accepted one another, as we of light ...
were. There arose no religious The world has myraids of
differences, there was no de- flowers
sire to change one another's Invisibly seen in the night.
faith, there prevailed mutual S a i c
respect and esteem. Had any- -She asked if the cloud-arras
respect and esteem. Had any- curtain
body ventured to suggest re- curtain
ligiois propaganda he would Screened a garden above.
have been laughed out of I kissed her, and said I was
court- and yet each of us're- certain
gained loyal to his fa h. A: The sky raised flowers of
good-will covenant would love.
have had no office to perform. SE
Its presence, by hypnotic sug- SELF
gestion might have provoked -
controversy. Good-will was as By Philip M. Raskin
natural as it was to breathe.
Perhaps a valuable lesson may I can see myself in a mirror,
be contained in this parable." I can see myself in a
What more effective and stream;
significant language can be I can see myself even clearer
used? Is not this sufficient to In my dream-
let even Miami's so-called .i
leaders realize the state of af- But fate moulds me and
fairs and by improving condi- shapes me
tions within their own ranks Like a potter his delf;
without recourse to the help And the very thing that
of our non-Jewish friends escapes me
serve in a more effective way Is the Self of myself.
to improve the relationship
between our fellow citizens I.
and ourselves even though Let's sing a song of gladness,
our faiths and beliefs as to Find joy everywhere,
religion are not the same. Say farewell to sadness
These facts have become so All the world is fare.
strongly impressed upon the Get up in th morning,
minds of. those vitally inter Look into the glass,
ested in the preetrvation of See the day a-boning,
Jewish life and Jewish ideals Watch the moments pass.
that at the Conference of
Americari Rabbis now being Start out with a whistle,
held in DetroitMich. Dr. ~lne,- Or a happy song,
low one of the leading Reform Never mind the thistle,
Rabbis of this country talk. Take a rose along.
ing about the modern ten- Don't care if folks snub you.
dency of somef theoo. aled Let your tone be light,
modernists among our Jewiq Pretty soon they'll dub you,
people assailed te view tht Little Sinshine Bright.
Judaism or the Jewih people -o-
can exist without religio.. "' I.
S*" in ofne the u ia Day sl a fleeting thing;.
mar:s ohJ life ji. t Its life is very brief.
Yars has been the attempt How it such joy. can fling
to, BB .tt,tbo. I sn' Is almost past belief.

am i lp 'we allts, r.dawtv-birth lights the
taoBes t wao^re^. ^ wold,
eia sh. eve its soul takes flight.
t, (+ts qod-red robes are

-sa e. 4,+in the arms o


Wedding bells are
In the air-
The summer peach
Is now a pair.
-o-
"Her husband has a judi-
cial mind."
"Yes; and she has a pre-
judicial mind."
-o-
Moon shine and honeymoon
will not mix.
-o-
The new desert song sounds
kind of sandy.
-0-
Two's company; three's in
the rumble seat.
-0-
Famous last words: "Step
on the gas; let's get there."
--o-
Many women think they
are marrying a hero and find
they have married merely a
he.
-o-_
Sip your pleasures in small
glasses like fine old wine.
--o-
0
The best way to hold a hus-
band's love is first of all to
hold your tongue.
-o-
Lucky Old Adam; he didn't
have to pay to get his pants
pressed; all he had to do was
use the family Bible.
-o-
Women may not be expert
in the use of a gun, but when
it comes to hunting bargains
they are all that could be de-
sired.
-o-
A cynic is a man who has
been kicked so hard by some
woman that he wants to kick
the whole world by way of
reprisal.
-o-
An old-fashioned girl
Is Mamie McCree-
She wears her skirt
Below her knee.


A modern girl
Is Susie Speech.
Wears her pajamas
On the beach.


A silly flap
With a modern touch
Is the average girl-
She don't wear much.
-o-
New York man has invent-
ed a light and soft rolling
pin. Heclaims it has been en-
dorsed by many of the
"crowned heads" of Europe.
---o--
He-How are you getting
along out at the beach? She-
Swimmingly.


-o--
A stitch in Time
faze Father Time.
---i-


doesn't


"I tFink 7
propose to
utesY 4k
Why, ~.

cigars out
and lay *tzgidh
fo r
snake in th
"No, he'g i l
just a maria in
nothing but a rutb

"Do you i
are more- ....
ried men ?"

\don't have .t i
do that mariedit n

"Don't b*'Z
chap, in your e i
girl. Maybe oet
turn up." ? '
"Something already
proposed to, an hel8
night and turned
nose at mi '

She--Oh, .dea ---
got into my bathing
He-I'll bet it was:a
fit.

What next, askst'
ville Adve e r, af ter
that someone is wor
an' invention ltereby
tion picture viewer
hands with the detors i
tresses. .
Wil the 44ve
soon read, See, hear
Greta QGV P
Moments

A oma iag
weak som0reit' but
er gets t wt6 ak to
conversati i.,
A luckty h A l s
whea 'he ht oi fe
banana ptiete t
foot on a, i*t4 gu*il

A man
thinks he
but whoI8 s
lieve th6e
labels.


There wa j

Wiped dsh
table I
But at 0d '
She said,'4
Let mother.
ablqA

He triedt'j
In A W,
Now his
not
Say.lit',

"YouN


Even if there weren't a
vegetable grown in the world,
the cop would have his beat.


That's
scheme of
ing seams
their legs
think they
colored hos


-0- 1-


a pretty nifty
the flappers paint. '
doui, the back of a
to make people '
have on $10 skin-.
;e.


0-
When big sister runs out
dresses to wear she
ways use one of little
-they aren't a bit toaa
:- Ar .
'2-


THE -


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-iday, July 5, 1929
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page 3
SOCIETY
IMrs. Adele Vince Rose and
|r son, Lester Jay Rose, of
lenue Sorolla, left Friday on
|e SS. Iroquois. They will be
the Roosevelt Hotel during
))rief stay in New York and
111 be the house guests of
is. Rose's brother and sis-
j--in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John
fseph Rose of Albany, N. Y.
iter Mrs. Rose will be the
test of her aunt, Mrs. Mir-
. Vince Rippner, in Cleve-
Iid, Ohio. Mrs. Rose and her
In will return early in the
111.
* *
Jin honor of Miss Rose
larks, whose marriage to
Tiuis Rifas will take place
bly 21, Mrs. Herman Wol-
iwsky entertained with a
fncheon bridge and miscel-
Tneous shower at the Bis-
[yne room, Columbus Hotel,
riday.
I Asters, white roses and
jrns were used in decorating
\e table and tiny bags of
ce displaying the date, July
I, were used as place cards.
[ Attending the luncheon
re: Mrs. H. Asher, Mrs. H.
Imonoff, Mrs. H. Homa, Mrs.
Mirsky, Mrs. I. Cohen, Mrs.
Weintraub, Mrs. J. Davis,
|rs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. J.
imenstein, Mrs. J. Leiborit,
Irs. M. Hodes, Mrs. L. Zei-
|tz, Mrs. H. Simons, Mrs. N.
Dldman, Mrs. L. Hofman,
Irs. S. Mendelsohn, Mrs. G.
avis, Mrs. Charles Marko-
ttz, Mrs. A. Berger, Mrs. J.
tsenthal, Mrs. H. Marks,
|rs. P. Weinberg Mrs. A.
ronowitz, Mrs. N. Roth, Mrs.
Seligman, Mrs. M. Rubin,
Irs. H. Nevins, Mrs. Morris
(ubiij and Mrs. Samuel
t>hen.
Miss Mark's gown was of
bise chiffon and she wore a
[rsag of sweetheart roses
valley lillies. Mrs. H.
larks, mother of the honor
jest, received with Mrs.
rolkowsky. Her dress was of
^ru georgette with slippers
rid hat of matching color. A
Ue beige chiffon, cut with
neven hem-line, was worn by
lie hostess.
* *~~
iThe Fortnightly Book-Re-
|ew club held its last meeting
the season at the home of
Irs. Adele Vince Rose in Cor-
. Gables. It was decided that
le meetings will be resumed
early fall. The membership
heludes the following: Mrs.
larry Weinberg, Mrs. Chas.
fosengarten, Mrs. I. A. Russ-
J>1, Mrs. Nat Sharaf, Mrs.
lenry Berg, Mrs. Albert E.
losenthal, Mrs. Harry Orlin,
Irs. Joseph S. Fields, Mrs.
Ilex Goldstein, Mrs. Al L.
tauter and Miss R'aye Rosen-
prten.
* *
Buffet supper given by Mr.
Jul Mrs. Philip Waldman,
feturday night at their home,
f& N. E. 29th St., compli-
mented Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
[irsch of Jersey City, who
tlebrated their 10th wedding
hniversary. Red and white
Vmed the decorative note
jiroughout the home and an
kteresting musicale was a
feature of the evening.
[Guests included: Mr. and
frs. Harry M. Seitlin, Capt.
id Mrs. Erroll E. Johnson,
of Nassau; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
W. Whitman, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Waldman, Miss Sarah
Gilma of St. Petersburg; Jack
Waldman, J. W. Earl and Miss
Ruth Hirsch.
* *
Congratulations are being
showered upon Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Rosenfield on the arrival
of a baby boy, last Monday, at
the Victoria Hospital. Mother
and baby are resting nicely
and feeling fine. According to
present plans the "bris" will
be held next Monday morning.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. S. Marcus, of
441 S. W. 3rd St., long time
residents of Miami, are leav-
ing for their summer vacation
on July 9th, and will be gone .
for about two months. They
will visit a ^brother of Mr.
Marcus, in Scranton, Pa. and
will then visit friends and re-
latives in Baltimore, Philadel-
phia and New York and from
there will go to the Catskill
Mountains where they will
spend the rest of their vaca-
tion. They will visit Youngs-
town and Toledo, Ohio on
their return trip. Mrs. M. Hal-
pern of the Tamiami Trail,
who is Chaplain of the Emun-
ah Chapter O. E. S. will ac-
company the Marcuses on the
trip which will be made by
auto.
* *
Mrs. and Mrs. S. J. Spector
entertained at a bridge party
because of the recovery of
their small son Elmer, who
was injured sometime ago in
an automobile accident here.
Bridge and pinochle was play-
ed. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Kraus, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Goldstein, Mr. and
Mrs. John Wolf, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Katz, Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis
Shochet, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Baron, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wolf,
Miss Natalie Spector, Mr.
Norman Kraus, Miss Sarah
Shochet. At a late hour re-
freshments were served.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. R. Shandloff
entertained at their home 427
S. W. 6th Ave., last Monday
night in honor of Mr. Kaplan
the instructor of the Folks
Shule of the Workmens Circle
who is leaving on a brief va-
cation for New York City
where he will gather material
to improve the school work of
the school.
Quite a pleasant and cultur-
al evening was spent by the
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f guests. Supper was served.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Gross, Mr. A.
Dock, Mr. I. N. Grossman, Dr.
and Mrs. A. D. Halpem, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Glaser, Mrs. J.
Kotkin, Mrs. Touby, and Mrs.
M. Werlin. The guests present
the majority of whom are
members of the School com-
mittee of the Arbeiter Ring
bade Mr. Kaplan farewell and
an enjoyable vacation.
Mrs Herbert E. Scher of
the Wonderview Apartments
left for her summer vacation
accompanied by her son Stan-
ley. She will visit her parents
in Louisville, Ky., and will vis-
it other points nearby. They
are expected to return to Mi-
ami in the early Fall.
* *
Mr. Nathan Wroobel for-
merly acting cantor of Cong.
Beth David has returned to
Miami after spending the uast
two months in the Catskill
Mountains. He reports that
the weather in the North is
very unpleasant and the heat
worse than in Maimi.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
entertained at bridge last
week. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. M. Bes-
kind, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wil-
liams, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Al Sei-
den, Mr. and Mrs. A. Seiden,
Jr., Mrs. and Mrs. M. Wein-
traub, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Dubler, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Goldenblank, Dr. and Mrs. S.
Aronowitz, Dr. and Mrs. Max
Ghertler, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Small, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Stone, Dr. S. Snowe, and Mr.
and Mrs. M. Letaw, Mrs. J.
Engler. At a late hour re-
freshments were served.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Fried-
man entertained at bridge
last week. Among those pre-
sent were: Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Dubler, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Aronowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Seiden, Dr. S. Snowe and
Herbert Snowe of New York
City. At a late hour refresh-
ments were served to all pre-
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*
Mrs. Morris Aronowitz en-
tertained last week at the
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and luncheon in honor of her
sister Mrs. Weinberg of San-
ford, Fla. Among those pre-
sent were: Mrs. Chas. Marko
witz, Mrs. Abe Aronowitz,
Mrs. H. Friedman, Mrs. M.
Solomon, Mrs. Al Seiden, Mrs.
Chas. Davis, Mrs. Brooks,
Mrs. Wasserman, Mrs. Morris
Dubler, Mrs. Weinberg, Miss
Schliskow, Mrs.' Harry Gor-
don, Bess Weinberg, Mrs.
Bandel, and Miss Bandel of
Sanford.
* *
Mr. Ernest Weinkle of this
City was host to a number of
friends last week at a straw
ride. A dutch lunch was ser-
ved at the end of the trip.
Among those who accompan-
ied the host were: Miss Irene
Mohilner, Miss Sonia Merlin,
Miss Minnie Lesnoff, Miss
Ann Sherman and Miss Burn-
stein, Sam Urease, Ben Zavon,
Ernest Weinkle, Jos. Sher-
mar, Meyer Leibovitt and
others.
* *
Miss Arlene Aronowitz and
Master Nathan Aronowitz,
the children of Dr. and Mrs.
S. Aronowitz of this city have
returned to Miami after
spending their vacation with
their paternal grandparents
at Key West, Fla. While there
they were the guests of honor
at a number of juvenile recep-
tions and were shown a royal
time.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Siegel en-
tertained a small group of
friends with a bridge party at
their home, 760 N. W. Tenth
Street, Tuesday night. Re-
freshments were served late
in the evening.
Guests included Mr. and
Mrs. A. Goldman, Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. Altschell and Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Belaga.
* *
Mrs. Louis Seiden enter-
tained at her home on S. W.
11th Terrace, Monday night,
with a- farewell dinner party
in honor of Miss Addie Rose.
Those enjoying the evening
were: Mr. William Shayne,
Mr. Aaron Kanner, Mr. Leo
Ackerman, Mr. Louis Seiden,
Mr. Al Seiden and Mr. Morty
Kanner.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers have left New York
City where they were spend-
ing their honeymoon and are
motoring towards Niagara
Falls and other points North
for the balance of their trip.
From their message to Ye
Editor they are having a good
time, and greatly enjoying
themselves.
* *
The members of the Loyal-
(Continued on Page 4)
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CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
The Third National Bank of Miami
At the close of business, June 29, 1929, after making
all charge-offs for bad debts, etc.
RESOURCES:
Loans and Investments .......................-......-...................$ 637,552.0")
Furniture, Fixtures and Vaults.................................. 17,135.00
Government Securities ..............................$ 542,384.64
Demand Loans secured by readily
marketable colloteral ........................ 100,625.00
Short time Commercial Paper readily
convertible into cash....................... 292.800.00
Bankers Acceptances............................... 23.000.00
Other listed securities ................................ 2,940.24
Cash Reserve .............................................. 340.138.45 1.301,888.33
$1,956,575.38
LIABILITIES AD CAPITAL:
Capital Stock paid in ....................................................$ 400.000.00
Surplus Fund ................................................................ 80.000.00
Reserve for contingencies ............................................ 12,747.12
Rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank ..........._....... 30.000.00
Other Liabilities ...................,.......................................... 95.50
Deposits .......................-................................................... 1,433.732.76
$1,956,575.38
OFFICERS
P. E. MONTAN'US.............................................................Chairman
Wm. C HILL ........................................................................President
JAMES WALMY ........................................................Vice President
R. D. FISHER .............................................................Vice President
H. A. JOSSELYN ........................................................Vice President
H. J. SCULLIN' ........................................................................Cashier
EDW. MERCER ....................................................Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS
P E MONTANUS. WM. C. HILL, R. H. HILL, J. W. DEER,
J. M. DEER, W. C. DORSEY, R. D. FISHER,
JAMES WALMY, C. A. TAYLOR
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

,Beth David

During the absence of Rabb
Israel H. Weisfeld, the usua
': \ daily Minyan will be held
S every morning at 7:30 a. m
S and every afternoon at 6:31
p. in. Sunday morning the ser
S vices will begin at 8 a. m. an
Saturday morning the ser
vices will begin at 9 a. m.

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Sjorie Predinger, EsteBle is
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Summer services will be
conducted at Temple Israel
during the absence of Rabbi
S 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
S manner. All are invited to at-
tend.

Beth Jacob, Miami Beach

During the summer, the re-
gular Friday evening services
will begin at 6:30 p. m. and
Saturday morning services
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SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 3)
ty Club, an affiliated body of
S the Emunah Chapter of the
O. E. S. met at the home of
Mrs. Jake Engler, Wednesday
night. After the business of
the evening was transacted
plans for a card party to be
S held shortly at the home of,
S Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallis,
Miami Beach, were discussed.
Delicious refreshments were
served to the guests and the
evening was voted a very
pleasant one due to the efforts
of the genial hostess.
K, *
S Mrs. M. L. Cowen and fam-
ily, Mrs. M. M. Nankin and
S family and Mrs. Henry Bul-
bin and family left for Hen-
dersonville, N. C., where they
will spend the summer, re-
turning in the fall.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Golden-
Sblank and children are expect-
4' ed to leave for a trip North
S the early part of July and will
be gone about sixty days.
S They will spend some time at
Hendersonville, N. C., before
going to New York City and
vicinity.
,* *
Miss Beatrice Shaff was
hostess at a bridge luncheon
at her home, 319 N. E. 25th
St., last Wednesday after-
noon to a number of friends.
First prize for high score was
woq by Miss Hannah Berner
and the consolation prize was
| awarded to Miss Dorothy
Kaplan.
A delicious cold lunch was
S served and was greatly en-


several days in Miami as the
Guest of her sister Mrs. Mey-
er Schwartz. She and her
baby are doipg splendidly
though she misses her Miami
friends and activities very
much. Mr.'Oliphant is now en-
gaged, in business at West
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