The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 9, 1929
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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University of Florida
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VOL. II.-NO. XXXIII.


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MIAMI, FLORIDA, AUGUST 9, 1929


Price 5 Cents


MEMORIAL MEETING SUNDAY


Dr. Herzl to be
Eulogized at City
Wide Meeting

Quite an interesting pro-
gram for the instruction and
entertainment of local Miam-
ian Jewry is being prepared
for the Dr. Herzl Memorial
meeting which will be held
next Sunday evening at 8 P.
M., at the Talmud Torah Au-
ditorium, on Northwest Third
avenue, according to an an-
nouncement made by Mr. John
Wolf, acting President of the
local Zionist District
Mr. Nathan Wroobel, acting
cantor of Beth David will
make the "Hazkore" in addi-
tion to singing a number of
appropriate songs during the
evening. Mr. H. Goldin will de-
claim a poem in Yiddish de-
scribing the achievements of
Dr. Herzl. Dr. A. D. Halpern
will in a brief address outline
the history of the Zionist
movement and what it owes
to the late Dr. Herzl.
All Jewish organizations
have been invited to send
their representatives to the
meeting and several of them
will be asked to say a few
words appropriate to the af-
tair.
Active in the arrangements
for the meeting have been Mr.
John Wolf. Dr. A. D. Halpern
and Mrs. Henry Seitlin.
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld of
Beth David will deliver the
main address of the evening
and because of his familiarity
with the accomplishments of
the late Dr. Herzl, his address
is expected to be rather inter-
esting and instructive.

Zionists Ratify
Agency Pact

Zionist congress in session
here, early today adopted, by
a majority vote, the Jewish
Agency constitution with
some amendments.
The "Jewish Agency"
which, by the vote just taken
by the congress, will be ex-
tended to include non-Zionist
Jews as well as Zionists, is
the legal term in post-war in-
ternational law for the Jewish
public body which has been
granted certain defined rights
and privileges in relation to
Palestine by the League of
Nations and the British gov-
ernment.
This body derives its au-
thority from the mandate giv-
en by the League of Nations
to the government of Great
Britain for the administra-
tion of the territory of Pales-
tine, the mandatory power be-
ing responsible for "placing
the country under such politi-
cal, administrative and econ-
omic conditions as will secure
the establishment of the Jew-
ish national home."


Enthusiastic Re-
ception is Given
Rabbi and Bride

Rabbi and Mrs. Israel H.
Wiesfeld of Beth David were
given a rousing reception and
enthusiastic welcome upon
their return to Miami at an
official reception held at the
Auditorium of the Talmud To-
rah building, on Northwest
Third avenue, last Sunday
night.
The Hall was filled to cap-
acity with a crowd of more
than three hundred present.
The long table at the side of
the Auditorium was laden
with cakes, nuts, raisins, can-
dies, strudel and goodies of
every kind. The table was de-
corated with ferns and vari-
ous cut flowers and in the cen-
tre of the long table was L.
huge wedding cake three tiers
high, surmounted by a "Chu-
pah" under which were a
bride and groom. The cake
was decorated with rosettes,
hearts, "Mogen Dovids" and
fruits grown around Miami.
As Rabbi Weisfeld and his
bride stepped upon the stage
tumultuous applause greeted
them and kept on for abqut
five minutes. A song of wel-
come to Mrs. Weisfeld, com-
posed by Mrs. J. Simpson was
then sung by the entire audi-
ence to whom copies of the
song had previously been dis-
tributed. Immediately there-
after Mrs. I. Buckstein was
introduced as Chairman of the
evening and she then present-
ed Mrs. Weisfeld to the assem-
blage an don behalf of those
present gave Mrs. Weisfeld a
huge basket of beautiful flow-
ers.
Johnny Miles accompanied
by Mr. Raymond Young, Mi-
ami's Jewish composer, sang
several numbers and then
sang a number specially writ-
ten for the occasion by Mr.
Young, dedicated to the Rabbi
and Mrs. Weisfeld.
Miss Irene Archer played
several selections at the piano
which were well received by
the audience. Miss Mildred
Greenberg outdid herself at
the piano in several difficult
piano numbers and was fol-
lowed by Mr. N. Wroobel act-
ing Cantor of Beth David who
sang several songs in Yiddish.
Rabbi Weisfeld then spoke
briefly and stressed the hope
that this evening would be the
beginning of peace and har-
mony in Miami and he trusted
that his efforts in this direc-
tion would be met with a
hearty response.
Mrs. Weisfeld was then call-
ed upon to cut the wedding
cake and pieces were distrib-
uted to all present.
Refreshment consisting of
ice cream, all kinds of cakes,
and pnurich was served
throughout the evening, im-
mediately following the recep-


We Thank You For Prominent Young
Your Responses Couple to Marry


We are indeed thankful for
the many expressions of com-
mendation that we have re-
ceived from many of our
readers upon the introduction
of our "Yiddish Department".
We are especially happy that
much of this thanks came in
the form of subscription
checks.
Of the numerous letters re-
ceived, which we hope to print
from time to time in our Yid-
dish co'um, we are extremely
pleased to read that of Mr.


A wedding of interest to
the younger set of Miami Jew-
ry has ,been announced for
August 21st, when Miss Ruth
Estelle Kaplan, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Kaplan,
formerly of Clarksdale, Mis-
souri and now of Miami will
become the bride of Mr. Max
Orovitz, formerly of Opelika,
Ala., and now of Miami.
Miss Kaplan was born in
Clarksdale, and came to Mi-


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RUTH ESTELLE KAPLAN


Louis Ruscol, whose splendid-
ly written and concise expres-
sions of appreciation made us
feel that the effort is worth
while.
However .... please let us
know what it is that you
would like to read in our Yid-
dish Department. Don't be
bashful and afraid of getting
into print. Exercise your God
given abilities and let us hear
from you.
Ye Editor
tion during which all present
were introduced to Mrs Weis-
feld and passed through the
official receiving line.
Among those deserving
special credit for the splendid
evening of enjoyment were
the chairmen Mrs. J. Simp-
son and Mrs. Meyer Friedman.
Those assisting were Mrs.
Dave Kahn, Mrs. M. Kupfer-
stein, Mrs. I. Buckstein, Mrs.
S. J. Spector, Mrs J. L. Shoch-
et and a number of others.


ami some years ago where she
graduated from the Miami
School. She then attended the
University of Miami, and be-
came an active member of the
Jewish students group, at-
tending the University. She is
a member of the Upsilon
Lambda Phi Sorority and of
the local chapter of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women.
Mr. Orovitz has been a resi-
dent of Miami for several
years and prior to his associa-
tion witlk the City National
Bank of Miami was connected
with the Commercial Bank
and Trust Co. Mr. Orovitz is
a graduate of the Emory Uni-
versity and is a member of
various local organizations
and of the Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity.
Full details of the wedding
will be published in the next
issue of the Jewish Floridian.


Kashrus Violators
Adept at Schemes

The ingeniuity employed by
some New York butchers cat-
ering to the needs of the Jew-
ish population in circumvent-
ing the New York State law
was brought to the attention
of the authorities recently
with the arrest of Oscar
Glassberg, New York butcher,
who had a sign on the window
of his butcher shop reading in
Hebrew: "Bosher Bosher."
Under the provisions of the
New York Kosher Law all
meat shops having on their
windows the sign "Bosher
Kosher" (kosher meat) must
sell only kosher meat. Those
who display the sign "kosher"
and sell non-kosher meat are
guilty of fraud. The difference
between the Hebrew letter
equivalent to the English "B"
and "K" are indistinguishable
from a distance. Mr. Glass-
berg, who sold non-kosher had
on the window of his shop the
sign "Bosher "Bosher "Bosh-
er," (meat, meat), instead of
the prescribed "Bosher Kosh-
er," (kosher meat). Glassberg
was released on bail pending
trial for fraud.
Rabbis testifying at thepre-
lininary proceedings stated
that the Bosher Bosher sign
might mislead some into be-
lieving that the meats sold in
the shop are kosher.

Arbeiter Ring
Resume Activities
Preliminary to again begin-
ning activities for the busy
season ahead, the School
Board of the Arbeiter Ring is
arranging a benefit perform-
ance at the Capitol Theatre,
for Tuesday evening, August
27th, when a picture styled
"The Masquerade" reputed to
be one of the best pictures
shown locally during the past
year will be presented. All
members and friends are irgg-
ed to be on hand and purchai*
tickets so that the funds vital
for the conduct of the school
may be raised.
The Womans Club of the
Arbeiter Ring, not to be out-
done, held a special meeting
at the Arbeiter Ring head-
quarters I a s t Wednesday
evening when Mrs. N. Shand-
loff was appointed a delegate
to the 10th. Conference of the
Arbeiter Ring of' the South
Eastern District which is to
be held at Nashville, Tenn.
September 1st, 2nd and 3rd,
1929.
In our account of the work
of the local committee of the
Peoples Tool Campaign a par-
a graph was inadvertently
omitted regarding the splen-
did support given to the Com-
mittee by the local branch of
the Arbeiter Ring who greatly
aided in the collection of
funds.


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Friday, August 9, 1929.


THE-JEWISH

FLO RIDIAN

A weekly newspaper published at
Miami, Florida
by
The Jewish Floridian Publishing
Company
302 S. W. FOURTH AVENUE
Phone 8745



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

I WANT TO BE
HAPPY

Dear Pessimists:
There is one cause of your
gloom which is more funda-
mental than any other and it
provides the hinge on which
your mood may turn. You
look morosely upon life be-
cause in your flesh and blood
there is something physiolog-
ically wrong, Don't flare up;
disrobe, and let the doctor
thump you here and there,
and mark down his frowns.
Tell me, do you think that
you would be a pessimist if
you were physically sound-
if your blood were rich and
clean, your brain alert, with-
out stimulant, your senses
keen and your muscles strong
your stomach at ease and
your colon flushed? Tell me,
would any considerations of
dying drama and decadent art,
of corruption in Washington
and New York, of domestic
and planetary disturbances,
bother you one bit if you were
at the top of your stride'
What if this whole question,
whether life is worth living,
depends more upon you than
upon life?
Do you expect that nature
will do her best for you if the
only muscles you use are the
sedentary ones? Do you brave
your neighbors and go out
for exercise in the fields, or
do you take all your sport by
proxy, sitting in a grand-
stand ? Why is it that manual
workers, despite heavy toil,
are a jollier, more laughter-
given lot than business men
and scribes? Why is it that
there is more song and frolic
in their workshops and their
homes than in the offices and
palaces of the bourgeoisie?
Because action is the secret
of health, and health is the
secret of happiness. Go out
and let the sun shine upon you
for a while!
What do you eat, and
where?-where do you sleep,
and when ?-what if this has
more to do with your pessi-
mism than the vicissitudes of
marriage, or the destiny of
the earth? Perhaps you are
one of those millions who lead
the lives of inactive intellect-
uals and eat the diet of black-
smiths ?


Get a home, Jacques, even
if you must marry for it.
Come back to your own table
in the evening and let your
eating be one of the joys of
life, not one of its tribulations.
The foundation of good cheer
is joy in our daily bread.
Surely men must tire of the
wild pace of city life. They
need some refuge from it;
even if they know it not, the
(Continued Next Week)


THlE



CH9 'ASR


The Fellow Who Can Whistle

The fellow who can whistle
When the world is going
wrong,
Is the fellow who will make
the most of life.
No matter what may happen,
You'll find him brave and
strong-
He's the fellow who will con-
quer in the strife.

The fellow who can whistle
When the whole world
seems to frown,
Is the kind of man to stand
the battle's brunt;
He's got the proper mettle,
And you cannot keep him
down,
For he's just the sort that's
needed at the front.

The fellow who can whistle
Is the fellow who can work,
With a note of cheer to van-
quish plodding care;
His soul is filled with music,
And no evil shadows lurk
In his active brain to foster
grim despair.

The fellow who can whistle-
He is built on nature's plan,
And he cheers his toiling fel-
low-man along;
There is no room for pessi-
mists,
But give to us the man
Who can whistle when the
world is going wrong.

Debts and poor relations are
two things that if we haven't
got we will acquire.

When the street car motor-
man's wife got tired of him
she asked for a transfer.

Don't worry. Just get your
shoes full of Florida sand and
your teeth full of Florida grit
and let 'er roll.

She bought a one-piece bath.
suit,
And her husband he is such a
brute
He bawls her out (though she
looks cute)
It's really a no-piece bathing
suit.

Newlywed: "I think, my
dear, I put too much salt in
the soup."
Big hearted husband: 'Oh,
no, sweetheart, there isn't too
much salt in the soup; there
just isn't enough soup."
*
Paul Revere (shooting at
window): Husband at home?
Lady: Yes.
P. R.: Tell him the British
are coming.
P. R. (shouting at another
window): Husband at home?
Lady: Yes.
P. R.: Tell him the British
are coming.
P. R. (shouting at another
window): Husband at home?
Lady: No!
P. R. (dismounting): To
hell with the British.
*


By Jes' Laughin'

It's curious what a sight o'
good a little thing will do;
How you can stop the fiercest
storm when it begins to
brew,
An' take the sting from whut
commenced to rankle
when 'twus spoke,
By keeping' still an' treating'
it as if it were a joke.
Ye'll find that we kin fill a
place with smiles
instead o' tears,
An' keep the sunshine gleam-
in' through the shadows
of the years
By jes'Jaughin'.

Folks sometimes fail to note
the possibilities that lie
In the way yer mouth is cur-
vin' an' the twinkle in
yer eye;
It ain't so much whut's said
that hurts ez whut ye
think lies hid;
It ain't so much the doin ez
the way the thing is did.
An' many a home's kep'
happy an' contented day
by day,
An' like ez not a kingdom hez
been rescued from decay
By jes' laughing'

Speaking of human nature
faking, how can a plot leak
out after it thickens?
*; *
He looked her square between
the eyes,
As her swan-like neck he
stroked
He knew that it was useless
But still he begged and coax-
ed.

But she did not move from
where she sat,
It was useless of him to beg.
For she had done her duty
once
And could not lay another egg.
*
Sign on Drug Store: "Take
home a brick, you may have
company.
*
Proud Father: Don't you
think it's about time the baby
learned to say "papa?"
Mother: Oh, no, I hadn't in-
tended telling him, who you
are until he becomes a little
stronger.

A little robin flew on high,
Upon our roof she flittered,
And as she laid a tiny egg,
"This one's on the house,"
she twittered.
*
Ship me somewhere in the
Arctic.
Where the snow is on the
ground.
And the chilly, shivery ice-
bergs
In the waters can be found.


How to make ends "meat" Where I'd be so cool and
doesn't worry the vegetarian, happy
That in freezing bliss I'd
Look before you leap has reel
been changed to look before And try to dance a fox trot
you drink. With a sea lion or a seal.

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The Yeddidim Club, an or-
ganization of local Jewish
boys devoted to social and ed-
ucational purposes held its
regular weekly meeting at the
home of Harry Kamins, one
of its members, at 65 S. W.
9th street when important
business was transacted.
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Immediately after the bus-
iness session the usual weekly
debate and literary program
was presented. The next meet-
ing of the club will be held at
the home of Harold Cromer,
600 S. W. 7th Court.
*
Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Kurland of Baltimore,
a sister and brother-in-law of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shochet of
Miami, were pleasantly sur-
prised to hear of the birth of
a baby boy to Mrs. Kurland
last Thursday, at the Sinai
Hospital in Baltimore. Mrs.
Kurland was a visitor to Mi-
ami the past season. Mother
and baby are resting finely.
*
Miss Norma Wolf left for a
vacation to Northern points,
where she will spend several
weeks visiting friends and re-
latives.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dub-
bin are receiving congratula-
tions from their friends in Mi-
ami and Jacksonville, Fla.
upon the arrival of a baby boy
last week at the Victoria Hos-
pital. Mother and baby are
doing nicely.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron
returned Friday evening last
from an extended tour of the
North, where they visited
friends and relatives in Bos-
ton and surroundings. They
made the trip North and back
by auto and reported a very
splendid time.

Last Wednesday evening
the Dramatic Circle of the
Friendship League presented
a play called "The Rehearsal"
at the Talmud Torah Auditor-
ium of Beth David, on North-
west Third Ave. In the cast
that took part in the play
were Miss Fay Werner, Miss
Anne Simon, Miss Lillian Dia-
mond, Miss Sadie Klein, Miss
Ann Kirchik and Miss Elsie
Weinberger, Miss Ghisella
Klein directed the play which
received the plaudits of the
many members assembled.
*
Among those taking part
in the program presented by
the Miami Civic Tourist Club
last week were Miss Sadie
Resnick, soloist and Miss


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Irene Archer, pianist. On
last Tuesday evening Miss
Miriam Schneider appeared in
a group of Irish songs in cos-
tume, and a number of read-
ings were given by Miami'-,
popular Jewish artist, Miss
Dora Rosenhouse.
*
The Ruth Bryan Owen Oro-
torical Club will meet at the
home of Miss Helen Farkas,
136 N. W. 25th Ave., on Fri-
day, August 9th. The meet-
ing will be devoted to extem-
poraneous speaking and crit-
icisms.
The members of the Club
entertained a number of
guests at a luncheon held at
the Columbus Hotel, on Aug.
2nd, and after the program
was completed by the mem-
bers the invited guests each
expressed a few words of com-
mendation on the work of the


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Publicity Chairman of Ruth Bryan
Owen Oratorical Club.
Club. The guests present in-
cluded Mrs. T. Farkas, Mrs.
Lewis Brown, Mrs. J. Simp-
son, Mrs. L. Hayman, Mrs. J.
N. Morris, Mrs. Jules Pearl-
man and Mrs. I. A. Ruscol.
The members include Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub, Mrs. M.
Friedman, Mrs. Moe Rippa,
Mrs. Dorothy Mitchell, Mrs.
D. Bogen, Mrs. Herbert Scher,
Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal, Mrs. I.
Cohen, Miss Helen Farkas and
Mrs. A. L. Kanter.
A dinner is being planned
in the near future where the
husbands of the members will
be their guests.
*4
Mrs. I. Buckstein entertain-
ed a small group of friends at
luncheon last Thursday in
honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Israel
H. Weisfeld who returned to
Miami last Friday.

The Bnai Brith Lodge held
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its regular monthly business
meeting on Thursday night at
Kaplan Hall, of Temple Israel
at which time important bus-
iness was transacted and a
number of applications for
members were introduced.
*
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld re-
turned to Miami with his
bride last Friday morning on
the Clyde Liner Steamer "Iro-
quois" from New York City,
where he was married recent-
ly. The news of his arrival by
steamer was first received on
Friday morning but quite a
large gathering was present
to meet him and especially
prominent among the group
to greet him and his bride
were a large number of mem-
bers of the Bar Mitzva Boys
Breakfast Club, who violated
regulations by boarding the
ship before the passengers
disembarked. The Rabbi and
Mrs. Weisfeld are stopping
temporarily at the Columbus
Hotel.
*
Mr. Abe Aronovitz, popular
Miami attorney and President
of the Mens Club of Miami has
returned to Miami from a
brief vacation at Henderson-
ville, N. C., where he went to
recuperate.
*
Murray Sol and Lewis
Frank Spitzer, twin sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spitzer
celebrated their sixth birth-
day, last Friday afternoon,
with a party at their home,
1653 N. W. Eighth street.
Mrs. M. Weiner assisted
Mrs. Spitzer in entertaining
the children. The dining table
was decorated with candles
and held two birthday cakes,
one for each of the boys. Pink
and blue were used for a color
scheme.
Guests were Robert Arnold
Spitzer, Dolores Spitzer,
Frank E. Solomon, Harold
Solomon, Katy Morris, Dor-
othy Morris, Lois Stone, Edith
Feinberg, David Tobin, Mil-
dred and Herbert Gordon,
Rose, Mildred and Sonny Lan-
deau, Claire Ruth Solomon
and Gloria Schneidman.
*
Mesdames William and Her-
man Rubin entertained at a
tea bridge at the Granada

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Mrs. S. R. Rubin, Mrs. Lang,
Mrs. Botwinick, Mrs. Morris
'Rubin, Mrs. S. Simonhoff,
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Rubin, and Miss Jeanette
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*
David A. Rayvis, the son
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vis, 402 S. W. 13th Ave. was
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sity, Sigma Kappa Phi. He
will begin the practice of ac-
countancy this Fall.

Leonard Beldner, son of
Mrs. M. D. Beldner, accom-
panied by a schoolmate, Har-
old Schwartz of Jacksonville,
has arrived from Gainesville
where they have been attend-
ing summer school.
*
Mr. and Mrs. M. Golden-
blank and family have just re-
turned from a motor trip to
New York where they visited
Mr. Goldenblank's parents and
relatives for five weeks.
*
N. L. Williams, Miami at-
torney, left this morning for
Washington, Baltimore, New
York and Canadian cities. He
was accompanied by his moth-
er, Mrs. Jennie Williams. They
will be away six weeks.
*
Edie Naomi Feinberg en-
tertained 35 guests at her
home in Shenandoah recently
to celebrate her eighth birth-
day. Table decorations were i-i
pink and green. The center-
piece was a large birthday
cake embedded in a mass of
cut flowers. Pink and green
baskets of bon-bons market
the places of each of the
guests.
*
After refreshments games
were played and prizes won by
Dorothy Morris, Marion Blank
and Martha Rauzin. Mrs. Mau.
rice Feinberg, mother of the
hostess, was assisted in en-
tertaining by Mrs. J. N. Mor-
ris. Each guest was presented
with a gift.
+ *
Frank Solomon has left for
a business trip to Washington,
New York, Baltimore and Chi-
cago. He will return in five
weeks.
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SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 3)

Mrs. A. Pepper accompan-
ied by her sons Sydney and
Bennett, have just returned
from an extended trip to Jack-
sonville, Fla., where they at-
tended the wedding of ,her
niece Gertrude Krantz to Mr.
MJoses Pallott.
*
Mrs. Morris Pepper has just
returned from a seven weeks
stay at Elizabethton, Tenn.
and Hendersonville, N. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gerson
have recently returned from
an extended visit to New YorK
Philadelphia, Wilmington and
vicinity, where they visited
friends and relatives.
*
Invitations have been issued
for the marriage on Wednes-
day, August 21st, of Miss
Ruth Estelle Kaplan, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Kaplan to Mr. Max Orovitz of
this City at the home of the
bride 1773 S. W. 9th St. Rab-
bi Israel H. Weisfeld of Beth
David will officiate.
*
Mrs. I. R. Golden and
daughter are spending their
vacation in Boston, Mass. and
expect to remain until Sep-
tember.
*
Mr. Jos. M. Lipnitz, promi-
nently identified with local in-
surance circles will leave the
early part of next week for
both a business and pleasure
trip which will take him thru
a number of Northern cities.
He expects to return in about
a month.
*
Mr. and Mrs. I. Seigel were
hosts immediately after the
services last Saturday morn-
inb to the worshippers of
Beth David Synagogue in its
vestry rooms in honor of the
recent marriage of their
daughter, in New York City.
Mr. Ralph Rubin of Fort
Pierce, Fla., was a visitor to
Miami this week on business.
He is the brother of Morris
Rubin of this city.
*
Joe Rose has returned from
Waynesville, N. C., where he
has completed a summer
home. His family is remaining
there for several weeks.
*
Mrs. J. Louis Shochet enter-
tained a number of friends in
the first of a series of bridge
games in honor of Mrs. I. H.
Weisfeld, the bride of Rabbi
Israel H. Wesfield of Beth
David, a recent arrival in Mi-
ami
Bridge was played and
prizes for high score were
awarded as follows: 1st prize
to Mrs. Meyer Friedman, sec-
ond prize to Mrs. P. Schein-


berg and consolation prize to
Miss Lena Weinkle.
Among those present were:
Mrs. I. Buckstein, Mrs. Sam-
uel Aronowitz, Mrs. Meyer
Friedman, Mrs. J. Simpson,
Mrs. S. J. Spector, Mrs. Louis
Baron, Miss Natalie Spector,
Mrs. Morris Solomon, Mrs. M.
D. Kirsch, Mrs. Matz of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Mrs. L. Mintzer, Mrs.
Max Kupferstein, Mrs. A. L.
Kanter, Mrs. P. Scheinberg,
and Mrs. I. H. Weisfeld, the
guest of honor.
The Mesdames Louis Baron,
Stanley C. Myers and Samuel
J. Spector assisted the hostess
in entertaining.

Mrs. Harry Rubin and her
mother-in-law Mrs. Jacob Ru-
bin accompanied by her chil-
dren have just returned to
Miami from an extended trip
North. They spent sometmie
in Hendersonville, N. C. and
nearby points

The card party given by the
Beth David Sisterhood at the
Talmud Torah Auditorium,
last Tuesday evening was at-
tended by quite a number of
members of the organization
and friends of the institution.
Mesdamse Max Rappaport, W.
Mechlowitz and Morris Rap-
paport were the hostesses. Re-
freshments were served and
prizes for high score were
awarded. The large vanity set
which was raffled and then
auctioned was purchased by
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Beth David

The usual daily Minyan is
being held at 7:30 A. M. and
evening services beginning
with Mincha, at 6:45 P. M.
and Maariv services immedi-
ately thereafter. Saturday
services are held at 9 A. M.
and Sundya morning at 8:00
A. M.
Plans are now being made
for the resumption of the ac-
tivities of the Congregation,
since the return of Rabbi
Weisfeld to the City.


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will begin at 8 p. m. and will
be conducted in the usual
manner. All are invited to at-
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SPIRITUALISTS
EMMA J. McCOMAS
Spiritual Counselor
245 N. W. Third St.

TIRES

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1361 N. E. 1st Ave.
Phones: 4114-4115

TRUCKS AND MESSENGER
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DIME MESSENGER SERVICE
335 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 2-4747


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AUTO PARTS
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606-608 North West Fifth Street
Phone 5050 (fifty-fifty)
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N. W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
Phone 23631
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Phone 20621

BAKERIES
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1349 Washington Ave.
Phone 2836 Miami Beach
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BAGS and METALS
AMERICAN BAG & METAL CO.
Phone 21147
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EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO.
(Inc.)
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485

PEPPER METAL CORP.
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Phone 22546

BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON
Building Materials,
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
423 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251

CLEANERS

STANDARD CLEANERS
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Phone 26876 332 N. E. 2nd Ave.

DANCING
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Will conduct a special summer
term o 15 lessons every Friday,
1:30 P. M.
Studio on the 17th Floor of the
Congress Building
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DELICATESSEN
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170 N. W. 5th St.
We Supply Your Every Want

FISH & SEA FOODS
STANDARD FISH CO.
629 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-3362
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"The Best in Fish and Sea Food"
Curb Market S. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 22736


FOUNTAINS
Cold Drinks
Candies and Lunches
at
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FURNITURE

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321 N. Miami Ave.
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INSURANCE
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Phones 22565 32452
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Lawyer's Bldg. Phone 2-0317 2-1522
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
and is ready to serve his friends.
1620 N. W. 30th STREET
Phone 26085

KEY AND LOCK SERVICE
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15 N. W. 3rd Ave.

LAUNDRIES
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1048 N. W. 5th Ave.
Phone 8131

LUMBER
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Sash Doors
423 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251

MOHEL

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159 N. W. 5th St.
Phone 31430
REV. B. M. HERMAN
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327 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Phones Miami 22708
Miami Beach 53816

PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
Chas. Tannenbaum,
Pharmacist
(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.

PIPE and STEEL
ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone 21420

A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
Phone 31355
53 North East 25th Street

PRINTERS
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