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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
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September 6, 1929
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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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AA00010090:00030

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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VOL. II.-NO. XXXVII. MAIMI, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 6, 1929


Price 5 Cents


JEWS


DEPLORE


OUTRAGES


TO MY WAY OF Palestine Dead
THINKING Are Mourned At
Protest Meeting


Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld


What utter drivel will often
emanate from lofty sources.
Consider last Saturday's edi-
torial wafted down from the
uppermost heights of the
stately News Tower. An edi-
torial as inane as it was
r a m b ling, incomprehensible
and lamentably inaccurate.
The editorial writer views the
world stirring occurences in
the Holy Land, ponders a mo-
ment and jauntily advances
the conclusion that the Jews
have a claim to the land that
is 3800 years of age; the
Arabs have lived in Palestine
for the past 1300--,ergo, it is
apparent, self-evident and ob-
vious to dll bat the blind that
the outcome' of this war will
conclusively prove whose is
the stronger claim. Master-
ful! What could be sweeter
yet simpler?
One pictures the writer
smiling benignly at the
thought of having solved so
simply a. baffling internation-
al problem, as he rushes to
the golf links to complete a
foursome.
The Arabs have a thirteen
hundred year claim! What
poppycock and tommyrot! "If
I forget thee, 0, Jerusalem,
let my right hand forget its
cunning." Has there been ONE
moment in the more than
1800 years of the Diaspora
when the Jewish heart did
not thrill'at the mention of
the name Palestine, did not
expand with pride at the
memory of the Jewish kings
who strode majestically. on
the hills of Judah, of the pro-
phets who fearlessly and fer-
vently uttered their sonorous
prophecies of doom and sal-
vation . Was there ever
a moment in the history of
time WHEN THERE WERE
NO JEWS IN PALESTINE?
Why will our Gentile friends
insist on calling it the Arab-
Jewish war thereby raising a
doubt in the minds of the
readers as to which of the two
races ispuilty? Why not call
it by its realuname? An Arab
massacre of Jews? And why
will the Musally well informed
and accurate Arthur Brisbane
persist in writing of the "60,-
000 Jew is Ps teu" when
there ag o:etoyll 150,000.
Superf0i4aly, 4 11 the igt
of Amyas W .O pI
population the difference
should .t a csterna-
tion. w .-n re fists
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Every face set grimly and
depicting the intense sym-
pathy of those whose very
souls have been touched, Mi-
ami Jewry gathered at the
Talmud Torah Auditorium,
last night to express their
protest against the Arab
massacres of innocent Jews in
Palestine and while mourning
the loss resolve to help to
their utmost the rebuilding
and rehabilitation of the
places laid waste, not only by
resolutions but by cash.
The meeting called by the
local Zionist District began a
little after 8 o'clock with the
opening remarks by John
Wolf, who presided. Mr. Wolf
briefly outlined the purposes
of the meeting and intense
indignation of the entire civil-
ized world at the outrages
perpetrated. He then introduc-
ed Mayor C. H. Reeder who
spoke bf the sympathy of the
entire world, and its hopes
that Jewish aspirations would
be achieved, and as one who
saw service in World War
said, "we who fought on the
Western Front in the Great
War to protect civilization
will respond to the call, and
be found in the front ranks of
Palestine to forcefully estab-
lish the Jewish people in Pal-
estine as a Jewish Homeland,
should the need arise." He
then offered the cooperation
of the City Commission of
Miami and urged that any re-
solution that the two Rabbis
of Miami thought proper
would meet with the support
and endorsement of the City
Commissioners and offered to
personally convey the resolu-
tions to Washington on behalf
of Miami.
Mrs. Lois Dobrin, president
of the local Hadassah then
pictured what Hadassah had
accomplished for the Pales-
tine population regardless of
race and creed and pledged
its utmost to help reestablish
the colonies with the aid of
all Jews.
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
was then- introduced and he
minced no words in condemn-
ing the attitude of Great
Britian in permitting incom-
petent and lax officials, in
sympathy with the Arab mal-
contents,'to continue in office.
IHe charged that these offi-
cials could have prevented the
outrages but instead encour-
aged them. In telling of the
H.mron massacre, R ab b i
Wesfe.d nearly broke down
.while dcr.tng the murder
e 'oiflc maiie in the Ye-
WaltI M' E an. In closing he

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raise more than one thousand
dollars.
He was then followed by
Dr. A. D. Halpern who spoke
in Yiddish. In a brief address
he took the audience with
him to the fresh graves of
the forty-five Jews who were
massacred at Hebron and elo-
quently exclaimed "These
dead have not died in vain but
they call upon us to continue
the great work for which they
laid down their lives. They
are calling upon us to con-
tinue and we must respond."
"Palestine must be built even
if the colonists must cultivate
the land with one hand and
carry a gun for protection in
the other."
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
of Temple Israel then spoke
briefly and urged upon the
audience the thought that
these horrible outrages would
be the beginning of the Re-.
surrection of Jewish spirit
and Jewish hopes towards the
building of a Jewish Home-
land in Palestine. He pledged
his Congregation towards the
raising of funds at the ser-
vices in the Temple tonight.
Mr. Abe Aronovitz then
spoke expressing his hope to-
,wards the reestablishment of
peace in Palestine between the
Arabs and Jews.
The Resolutions Committee
consisting of Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Abe *4vpltt Mad J.


tine. The resolutions were un-
animously adopted and are to
be sent to the Department of
State, the British Ambassa-
dor, the City Commission of
Miami, the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and the
Newspapers.
"Kol Molay Rachmim" wes
recited by acting Cantor of
Beth David, Mr. Nathan
Wrobel for the memory of
those who were slain in Pal-
estine.
Telegrams were read from
U. S. Sen. Duncan U. Fletcher,
Gov. Doyle Carlton, Mrs.
Ruth Owen, Mr. Shutzer,
president of the West Palm
Beach Congregation and U. S.
Sen. Park Trammell. The mes-
sage from Sen. Trammell re-
ceived the greatest applause
of all and reads: "I deeply de-
plore the Palestine massacres
which have shocked the civil-
ized world and elicited the
sympathy of all right think-
ing people. I desire to render
such assistance as possible to
prevent a recurrence of this
outrage."

Sisterhood Presi-
dent Resigns Post
At the meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood held at the
Talmud Torah Auditorium,
last W n a afternoon, its
- t w twi Barown
tefite ~ I "Ova reu atin d
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"LEST WE FORGET!"

By PHILIP M. RASKIN

By the sacred soil
With blood still wet,
We repeat our oath:
Lest we forget!

By the graves of our Sons
Open yet,
We repeat our oath:
Lest we forget!

By the lives of our youth
And the doom they met,
We repeat our oath:
Lest we forget!

By a Nation's trust
And a Nation's debt,
We repeat our oath:
Lest we forget!

Let heart to heart,
Grief-beset,
Echo the oath:
Lest we forget!


U I


Louis Marshall
Is Critically Ill
ZURICH, Switzerland, Sept.
5.-The condition of Louis
Marshall, prominent New
York lawyer, who has been ill
here, today took a sudden
turn for the worse and his
condition is considered grave.
The patient has grown weak-
er.
Mr. Marshall, after attend-
ing the recent world Zionist
congress in Geneva, under-
went an abdominal operation.
He had several good nights
and while his condition was
considered grave it improved
and until today's report, the
well known New Yorker was
considered to be on the way
to recovery.

Rummage Sale
Is Huge Success
The Rummage sale which is
now being conducted on North
Miami Ave., adjoining the-
Capitol Theatre, for the bene-
fit of the Talmud Torah by
the recently organized Ladies
Auxiliary, has been meeting
with a splendid reception both
by the buying public as well
as from those contributing
merchandise. A splendid ship-
ment of both men's and ladies
wearing apparel has been con-
tributed by the Economy
Cleaners, and from a large
number of merchants thru-
out the City.
Among those actively en-1
gaged in thegood work have
been Mrs. Manuel Rippa, Mrs.
S. Abenson, Mrs. H. Dubler,
Mrs. Belcov and others.

Jewish Resident
Dies Last Week
Last Thursday evening,
Mrs. Maurice Klein, aged 68,
of 220 S. W. 21st Road, die
as the result of lingering.ill-
ness. She was the mother of
Mrs. David Gottfried, whom,
operated the Tennessee Kosh-
er Markets in Miami aa4, -
ami Beach for the past sev-
eral years. Mrs. Klein, was a-'
resident of Miami for the past
five years and had tesided
with her daughter during
that time. She leaves surviv-
ing her three sons, Albertje-*
siding in Miami, Ernest an
Julius of New York City; a
two daughters Jennie aad
Rose Gottfried both residing
in Miami. \ ,
Interment was at Wo-
lawn Cetnetery and Rab bi
rael H. Weiseld of Bsth k
id offisted at the fuwl .
of Frank Me 's-kaiscia,
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Friday, September 6,


THE JEWISH

,FLORIDIAN
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


TO MY WAY OF
THINKING


Continued from Page 1)


could do as their hearts pleas-
ed. The much heralded, strong
silent policy of England's col-
onial government control
proved to be an image with
feet of clay. When the leading
Arab malcontents found that
they could molest the Jews
during divine services at the
Wailing Wall, burn their pray-
er books, attack and kill Jews
attending a funeral when
they discovered that they
could flagrantly violate sup-
pqsedly inviolate status quo
agreements, trample rough
shod over the most basic hu-
man rights .. and escape
unpunished, even unrebuked,
a diabolical smile crept over
their sinister countenances
and the bloody orgy was
launched.

I say "a few malcontents"
advisedly. The bulk of Arabs
in Palestine are eminently
satisfied with Jewish immi-
gration and settlement. And
why shouldn't they be? Have-
n't their practically worthless
lands increased in value be-
yond their fondest hopes be-
cause of this immigration?
Hasn't the Jew's phenomenal
development of erstwhile de-
serts into flourishing groves
shamed his Arab neighbor in-
to developing his own lands
and enhancing its value?
The Arab because of his
low standard of living and
wage has successfully com-
peted with the Jewish worker
and has supplanted the latter
even in the employ of the
Jewish fruit grower. Has the
intellectual Arab gained noth-
ing from contact with the Oc-
cidental Jew and the fabulous-
ly wealthy Western culture
the latter introduced into the
Country? What has he lost as
a result of the increased Jew-
ish immigration?


Resume: Who is respon-
sible for the barbarous po-
groms in Palestine?
1. A handful of irrespon-
sible Arab instigators, crime
breeders and trouble seekers
..... encouraged by
2. The shamefully passive
and almost boldly Pro-Arab
attitude of the British Gov-
ernment, brought about by
3. The weak, almost apolo-
getic attitude of our own
Zionist Organization. The lat-
ter might have prevented the
occureem these bloody
maasinres (f- demanding jus-
tic an ratitutiUp from the
B*ibWi GovePiagt at the
vtW first attack i .he Jews
atv 1Le Watag W


h


-A stranger came to town
delay:
And hoped that he had
come to stay;
With savings for each
rainy day.
He bought a place to live
and play.

-He heard while looking at a
file:
"I wouldn't build ,I'd wait
a while."
And on the street he heard:
You bet.
We haven't hit the bottom
yet!"
A clerk remarked while sell-
ing ink:
"I'll say this town is on the
blink!"
Another said, while show-
ing socks:
"This burg is headed for
the rocks."


-The stranger who had hop-
ed to stay,
And build a home in town-
delay,
Remained no longer than a
day-
The gloomy talk drove him
away.
*
Speaking of home brews,
lumps on some husband's
heads are due to home bruise.
*
Work today and do your best,
Remember there's no to-
morrow.
Smile today and laugh today
Let another day take care
of the sorrow.
Remember the guy with a
continual smile
Is the guy who always
wins.
And people who smile as
they move along
Are the ones who win the
friends.
So dive in deep, roll up your
sleeves
And work and smile and
grin.
You can't expect the world
to look up to you
When you're holding down
your chin.

Cluck: Why are you eating
those tacks?
Hen: I'm going to lay a car-
pet.
*
"Hello? Betty? This is Hal.
I've got a very attractive
friend staying with me and I
was wondering if you could
n't get a girl for him tonight."
"Why, yes, I think so."
"Fine! And try to get one
that-well, he likes nice at-
tractive girls that-ah-like
a good time-if you see what
I mean."
"I say try to get a girl
that's- well, a good broad
minded young lady."
"Wh-a-a-t ?"
"Well, I mean-that is to
say- one that has, shall we
call it the modern outlook on
things ?"
"I don't seem to under-
stand." #
"I mean, pick out one that
-well, nowadays when a fel-
low goes out with a girl it's
sort of different from the old
days. I mean a girl doesn't
feel that just because she
hasn't known a man for a-
long time they ca '.- ah .
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partake of a little mutual en-
joyment."
"Wha-a-a-a-at?"
"Hang it all. I mean, Ted
isn't depraved or anything
like that, but he likes a girl
to be um amenable and
congenial. You know."
"Now honestly, dear, I
haven't the faintest idea. .. "
"Get a girl-get a girl with
- ah -a sweet disposition.
What I mean is, after all, an
affinity can't be purely intel-
lectual, and Ted's only going
to be here this one evening. I
mean I'd like to feel that he
accomplished something if
you get what I'm driving at."
"Wha-a-a-t ?"
"Oh, for heaven's sake, can
you get him a girl that
PETS?"
"Oh-that! Why in the
world didn't you say so?
What sort of a girl did you
think I was going to get?
We'll be ready by eight-thirty
Cheerio."
*
The new American was be-
ing quizzed as an applicant
for citizenship. The conversa-
tion follows:
"Next!"
"Who? Me? Born?"
"Yes, sir. Where?"
"Europe."
"What part?"
"All of me."
"Why did you leave Eu-
rope ?"
"I couldn't bring it with
me."
"Where were your fore-
fathers born?" '
"I have only one father."
"Your business."
"Rotten."
"Where is Washington?"
"He's dead."
"I mean the capital of the
UniteStates."
"They loaned it all to Eu-
rope."
"Now do you promise to
support the Constitution?"
"Me? How can I? I've got
a wife and six children."
*
Washington crossed the
Delaware, The flapper cross-
ed her legs, But- they both
got there.
*
There was a young man from
Me.
Accustomed to drinking
champe.
But he got some bad liquor,
GCrew suddenly sicquor,
And swore, "By God, never
age."
*
Why do they chop a tree
down to chop it up? For the
same reason that they cut it
down to cut it up.
*
Artie, once upon a time,
A cigarette did smoke;
The smoke got mixed inside
of him.
And it made Artie choke.

Art once drank a bottle
Of awfully mean home
brew.


He had to go to a doctor
Who said he had burnt out
a flue.
*


I love the bootlegger-
His talk' is so warm--
If I don't double-cross him
i'll do me no harm.


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Mr. and Mrs. A. Rubin were
he hosts to the worshippers
t Beth David Synagogue last
saturday, immediately after
he morning services in honor
f the Bar Mitzva of their son
martin, in the vestry rooms
f the Synagogue.
*
Mr. Larry Fay was the host
f the initial breakfast of the
eason for the Bar Mitzva
oys Breakfast Club, at Beth
avid, last Sunday morning.
he usual meeting was held
nd a good time was had by
ll immediately after the ser-
ices. The hosts for next Sun-
ay will be Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
el J. Spector who are tender-
ng the breakfast because of
heir son Louis joining as an
associate member of the Club.
*
Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. Jacob
.Kaplan have returned to
he City after a three month's
action spent touring the
country. Rabbi Kaplan first
attended the convention of
he Central Conference of
merican Rabbis, officiated
t the wedding of his niece
nd then visited Northern and
astern points.

The Ladies Auxiliary of
eth David Talmud Torah,
ill hold the second of its
series of card parties next
uesday evening, September
th, at 8 p. m. oclock, in the
almud Torah-Auditorium for
he benefit of the Talmud To-
ah furnishings Fund. Re-
reshments will be served and
good time is promised all.
esdames B. Kandel, Nathan
delman, and Charles Tan-
enbaum will be the hostesses
or the evening.
*
Miss Harriet Saltzberg left
or New York City last week
n the S. S. Iroquois. She ex-
pects to return within a
onth.
*
Rabbi and Mrs. Israel H.
eisfeld were hosts to the
embers of the Teacher's
raining Class of Beth David
Sunday School, last Monday.
Plans for the coming school
sessions were discussed and
arrangements made for a very
successful season. Refresh-
ments were served.
*
Mess. Al and Herman Meck-
lowitz have been circulating
petitions amongst the stu-
dents of the University of Mi-
ami for the establishment of
a Hebrew Course there. The
authorities have agreed to ar-
rarqge for Hebrew studies pro-
vided a sufficient number
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show their willingness to at-
tend.
*
Last Thursday evening Dr.
and Mrs. M. D. Kirsch enter.
tainted a number of friends at
a musical in which Mr. Kirk
of New York City entertained
the guests with violin solos,
and in duets with Dr. Kirsch
and a number of visiting art-
ists. At a late hour refresh-
ments were served.
*4


Mr. Bob Furr of the
firm of Aronovitz, Furr
Goldstein left last week i
month's trip to North (
lina and to Washington, D
his former home.
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Dave Alper of the Rosedale
Delicatessen returned last
week from a brief vacation
spent visiting various Beaches.
He reports having had a very
splendid trip.
4I 4*


Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reisman
have just returned from a
three week's trip to New York
and nearby Cities, where they
spent a brief vacation prior to
opening their new store in Mi-
ami.

Mr. Philip Romer returned
to Miami this week after quite
a lengthy stay in the North
and will re-enter business
within the next few weeks at
his old stand in Miami Beach.

A talk on "Foreign Com-
merce" was given by Jack
Kirchick at the meeting of
the Friendship league, Wed-
nesday evening, at the Beth
David Talmud Torah building
Dancing followed" the short
business meeting. About 100
members were present.
*
Next Monday afternoon at
2 p. m. the Beth,Jacob Ladies
Auxiliary of Miami Beach will
hold a card party for the ben-
efit of its Sunday School fund
at the home of Mrs. I. L.
Mintzer, 327 Washington Ave.
to which the public is cordial-
ly invited.
*
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Morris
of Atlanta, Ga., announce the
arrival of a baby girl, last
week. Mother and baby are
resting nicely. Mrs. Morris is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. B. Berner of Miami.

DE SOTO SIX
(Product of Chrysler)
SALES and SERVICE
We have a number of Used
Cars in exceptional condition
at very low prices.
KNIGHT MOTOR CO.
55 N. W. First St. Phone 5357
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Mr. and Mrs. L. Leibowitz
entertained the Monday night
Club, last week at their home
in the Wonder View Apart-
ments, at bridge. First prize
was won by David Bogen and
second prize by Mrs.Wm.
Schneidman. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Schneidman, Mr. and
Mrs. David Bogen, Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Friedman, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Leibowitz. Miss
Bernice Loeb assisted the
hostess in entertaining. At a
late hour a delicious ice course
was served.
*
Mr. and Mrs. S. Berg andl
daughter have just returned
to the City after having spent
several months vacationing in
the North.


Mr. and Mrs. A. Rubin will
b hosts at a Bar Mitzva party
in honor of their son Marvin,
on Sunday afternoon, Septem-
ber 8th, at their home 2476
Southwest Eighth street.
*
The Loyalty Club of the
Emunah Chapter of O. E. S.
held the first business meet-
ing since its close last June, at
the home of Mrs. Dave Kahn,
515 N. W. 12th Ave., and
some important business was
transacted.
At a late hour refresh-
ments were served. A pleas-
ant time was spent by all.
*
Mrs. David Bogen has just
returned to the City from a
three months stay in the
North.

Mrs. John Wolf was hostess
to the members of the Ladies
Auxiliary of Beth David Tal-
mud Torah, last Monday even-
ing at its regular meeting. At
this meeting the following
were reported to have contri-
buted for the. purchase of
desks for the Talmud Torah:
Miss Adele Segal, 3; Avigdor
Golden, 1; Harry Schulman,
1; Mrs. Louis Ruscol, 1; Dave
Alper, 1; Dave Boris, 1; S.
Orenstein, 1; Mrs. Ed. Wolfe,
1; S. J. Spector, 1; Rosalyn
Friedman, 1; Milton Fried-
man, 1; Alberta Tannenbaum,
1; Stanley Tannenbaum, 1;
Pearl Waldorf, 1; Esther Ne-
ham, 1; Isador Neham, 1;

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Charles Goldstein, 1; Joseph
Tritt, 1; Theresa Arnold, 2:
David Warschoff, 1; Mrs.
Michael Yunis contributed fif-
ty dollars ($50.) towards the
Ladies Auxiliary. Fifteen new
members were admitted. At
the present time the treasur-
er reported that approximate-
ly seven hundred dollars was
on hand, and that desks and
blackboards had been pur-
chased.
*4
One of the largest and well
attended card parties of the
season was that arranged by
those interested in raising a
Relief Fund for the sufferers
in the Palestine Massacres.
Mesdames David Cowen, M.
D. Kirsch and Morris Solo-
mon were the hostesses for
the evening.
Prizes were awarded to the
highest scorers and during
the evening several raffles
were held. A beautiful silver
bowl donated by Julius Dam-
enstein was raffled and real-
ized quite a sizable sum. A
doll donated by Mrs. Morris
Solomon was also raffled and
helped increase the proceeds.
Much credit is due to the
hostesses who voluntarily ar-
ranged the event on hearing
of the Palestine troubles. A
sum in excess of one hundred
and fifteen dollars has al-
ready been collected and as
the tickets for the card party
are paid for will greatly in-
crease the amount realized.
This is the first of a series of
card parties and other affairs
which will be staged to help
raise funds for the Palestine
sufferers.

Miss Beatrice R. Markowitz
of Hartford, Conn., is visiting
in Miami until the first of
October.
**
Mrs. J. Stollberg has left

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summer. Miss Ella Jo Stoll-
berg, her daughter, has just
returned from a vacation in
New York and Georgia.
*
Mrs. Morris L. Cowan and
Children have returned from
an 11 weeks' vacation in the
Carolina mountains. Raymond
Cowan, oldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cowan, spent the sum-
mer at Camp Osceola. Mrs.
Cowan is prominently identi-
fied in P.-T. A. and club cir-
cles.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
entertained at dinner last
Wednesday night, in honor of
Rabbi and Mis. Israel H.
Weisfeld. Among those pre-
sent in addition to the hosts
and guests of honor were:
Mr. and Mrs. Sol. Weinkle,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Shoch-
et, Miss Lena Weinkle and
Miss Sarah Shochet. The
-guests of honor were present-
ed with a beautiful piece of
silver.

Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum re-
turned to Miami last Friday
after an extended trip to New
York and other northern
points.
*
Miss Beatrice Shaff enter-
tained yesterday afternoon
with a farewell bridge party
in honor of her cousin, Miss
Beatrice Aezenshtat.
Miss Marjorie Predinger re-
ceived first prize, and Miss
Dorothy Kaplan the consola-
tion gift. Miss Aezenshtat
(Continued on Page 4)

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Friday, jeptember 6


SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 3)
was presented with silk lin-
gerie for guest prize.
Those present were Miss
Beatrice Silver, Miss Fay Sil-
verman, Miss Beatrice Alpert,
Miss Selma Spoont, Miss Es-
ther Hymans, Miss Sylvia
Rayvis, Miss Aezenshtat, Miss
Predinger, Miss Kaplan, Miss
Viola Katz, Miss Daisy Shaff,
Miss Virginia Lush and Miss
Ruth Lush.

Friendship league observed
parents' night at its meeting
in the Beth David Talmud
Torah auditorium.
Reports on the progress of
the minstrel show were made
by Ray Young, director. Mrs.
Charles Golden gave an ad-
dress. Refreshments were ser-
ved and the following program
was presented: "Deep Night"
(Rudy Valee), "Desert Song"
(Sigmund Romberg) and
"King for a Day" (Fiorito),
sung by Joe Mandelbaum,
with accompaniment by Miss
Ida Mandelbaum; "Geogra-
phy", colored sketch, by Miss
Ruth Davis; "Il Trovatore."
piano solo by Miss Mandel-
baum; reading. "The Song of
the Shirt" (Thomas Hood),
by Miss Hilma Rose; vocal
solos, "Chinese Lullaby" (Ro-
bert Hood Bowers) and "Was
It a Dream?" (Sam Koslov),
by Miss Pauline Schoenfeld;
dance by little Edna Schoen-
feld, with Miss Mandelbaum
accompanying; original piano
composition by Ray Young,
and reading, "The Burglar,"
by Miss Bea Silver.
*
Bridge party was given by
Miss Dorothy Kaplan in honor
of Miss Beatrice Aizenshtat,
of Florence, Ala., Wednesday
at her home. Prizes were
awarded to Miss Selma Spoont
and Miss Mary Flitman. A
gift was presented to Miss
Aizenshtat. An ice course was
served.
Present were: Miss Beat-
rice Shaff, Miss Beatrice Sil-
ver, Miss Margie Predinger,
Miss Selma Spoont, Miss Flit-
man and Miss Edna Badanes.
*r
Mrs. William Friedman and


children, Milton and Rosalyn,
returned Sunday from a three
months' trip through the
north. They visited friends
and relatives in New York
and spent some time in the
mountains. They will be at
home at 1133 S. W. 2nd St.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man were the hosts at a din-
ner party last Sunday at the
Biscayne Inn, in honor of
Rabbi and Mrs. Israel H.
Weisfeld. Among those pre-
sent were: Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Kahn, Miss Adelman, Jack
Adelman, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Louis Shochet. Quite an en-
joyable time was had by all.

West Palm Beach

(Mrs. H. Oliphant
Correspondent)

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blechner
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Oliphant and son El-
mer, paid a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz last
Sunday at Miami.
*
The Beth El Sisterhood
held a box supper at the Com-
munity House last Sunday
night which was greatly en-
joyed by the large number
of members and friends who
attended. A social hour fol-
lowed and bridge was played.
The Committee in charge
of the affair consisted of Mrs.
Sam Schutzer, Mrs. Harry
Lerner and Mrs. Sam Berner.
*
Mrs. I. Gold has just return-
ed to her West Palm Beach
home from a visit to Jack-
sonville.

Mr. Pinky Schrebijck has
been visiting friends in Mi-
ami for the past week.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Al Herschorn
has just returned from an ex-
tended visit to the North
where they spent their vaca-
tion.

Mr. Leonard Goldman who
was a guest at the Harry
Blechner home has returned
to his home in Ft. Lauderdale
and was accompanied by Mr.
Louis Gold who will be his
guest for a few days.
Mr. Nat Blechner is now
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City and other northern
points.
*
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AUTO PARTS
MIAMI AUTO WRECKING CO.,
-Incorporated-
Has Parts For Your Car
606-608 North West Fifth Street
Phone 5050 (fifty-fifty)
BLOOM AUTO REPAIR
& PARTS CO.
N. W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
Phone 23631
The Largest car wreckers in
Florida
L. (Pop) PERSON
Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Phone 20621

BAKERIES
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1349 Washington Ave.
Phone 2836 Miami Beach
The finest in Bread and Cakes
Obtainable at the
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BAGS and METALS
AMERICAN BAG & METAL CO.
Phone 21147
610 North West Fifth Street
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

DANCING
MADAME RACICOT
Will conduct a special summer
term o 15 lessons every Friday,
1:30 P. M.
Studio on the 17th Floor of the
Congress Building
Special Rates for Summer

DELICATESSEN
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170 N. W. 5th St.
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FISH & SEA FOODS
STANDARD FISH CO.
629 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-3362
EAST COAST FISH CO.
"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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Corner 1st St. N. W. and 3rd Ave.


FURNITURE
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INC.
321 N. Miami Ave.
We Buy and Sell Furniture

INSURANCE
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Phones 22565 32452
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1048 N. W. 5th Ave.
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Phone 31430

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Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. 8.1
CRYSTAL PHARMACY
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Prescriptions Our Specialty
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PIPE and STEEL

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58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R, Phone 21l

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Phone 31355
53 North East 25th Street

PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
"Printing That Pays"
Phone 23261
107 South Miami Avenue

ROOFING
MOHAWK TIRES
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1361 N. E. Ist Ave. .
Phones: 4114-4115

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