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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: September 20, 1929
Publication Date: -1990
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note: Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: AA00010090:00032
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Preceded by: Jewish weekly
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AIM MI, FLORIDA, SEPTEREETE 1929


LAWYER


Price 5 Cents


Foreign Commerce Ladies Auxiliary
To My Way Board to Meet Growing Rapidly
of Thinking .. ,
S Thinking Officers of every civic or- An unusually well attended
by ganization and club in Dade meeting was that of the re-
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld county are invited to attend ent organic aes Ai-
the luncheon Monday of thecently organized Lades Aiux-


Mushroom Synagogues:
Native Jewish New Yorkers
and those who lived in the
metropolis for any length of
time, will recall that this is
the time of the year when
erstwhile operators with the
slightest claim to a voice have
their pictures taken and them-
selves heralded as "The Car-
uso of the Omud," "The
Sweet Jewish Nightingale,"
"The King of the Cantors."
Those morn modest content
themselves with the mere
"The World Renowned Musi-
cal Marvel" or the like. Any
description less bombastic or
flamboyant is considered lese
majeste'.
Where do these self-styled
cantors officiate? The New
Yorker smiles as he remem-
bers the neighborhood mov-
ing picture theatre whose
"lights were fled and garlands
dead" all summer, and, which,
about this period assumed
signs of life and activity. Soon
the boar4 that usually dis-
played pictures of well-known
movie star f reiipsntative
poses of the pictures then cur-
rent at the p91yhouse, now
displays the ful-pized or 3-4
size picture of the highly
adjectived "songbird" who
will officiate in this beautiful
modern, spacious, airy house
of worship. Incidentally, the
notice continues to inforen
that the price of the tickets
is the most reasonable, as-
tounding low price obtaining
in the vicinity. A business
Proposition, not so pure but
very simple.
These fly-by-night amateur
chazanim, realizing that sy-
nagogues of high standing
either have their permanent
cantor, or else, will require
that the candidate be a prov-
en Sabbath observer and
generally religious person, in
addition to being a good can-
tor, and will, in all probabili-
ties make investigations that
might prove highly embarras-
sing-simply hire their own
halls, manage matters entire-
ly to their own liking, com-
pletely disrega g religious
requirements or tlme.honored
customs, offer tickets at cut
rate prica ant draw away
People frbm t10he ynagog6us
in whichie W.' orhlip the en-
tire yea c.- h whom the
revenue io f seats
for the ji i i ll-
pensah ~ .'.. '"
Service. ...,


Miami Board of Foreign Com-
merce and one speaker from
each of the civic groups will
be heard, Charles Franklin
Jones, general manager of the
board, announced yesterday.
Cliff Storm is scheduled to
speak on "Building the Over-
sea Highway." Robert J.
Boone on "Miami's Right to
be Made a Free Port." and C.
C. Merrill on "The Immed-
iate Opening in Miami of a
United States and Foreign
Trading Center."

Scottish Rite to
Hold Re-Union
Five-day reunion of Miami
consistory, Scottish Rite Ma-
sons, will open at 7:30 p. m.
Monday. Activities will be re-
sumed October 7 to 11 inclu-
sive, when the reunion will be
concluded.
Degrees the fourth to
thirty-second will be confer-
red, 14 exemplified and the
others communicated.
Masters presiding in the
exemplification are: Fourth
degree, John T. Christiansen;
fifth degree, James Donn, de-
puty for southern Florida;
sixth degree, Val C. Cleary;
seventh degree, Wallace Ruff;
ninth degree, John K. Clem-
merj tenth degree; Henry L.
Op.Aborn; thirteenth degree,
Roy L. Martin; fourteenth de-
gree, Clark H. Witherill; fif-
teenth dgeree, Milo 0. Cof-
frin; eighteenth degree, L.
Thurston Gill; twenty-first
degree, Fred W. Delaney;
twenty-sixth degree, John B.
Sandifer, sr.; thirtieth degree,
John R. Sandifer, sr.; thirty-
second degree Henry L. Op-
penborn.
theatre for the "afternoon
trade."
For years this flagrant vio-
lation of everything that is
decent and beautiful in Jewish
life has been going on undis-
turbed. Frequently half-heart-
ed protests would be heard,
but they would all come to
naught. The crass commer-
cializers of our holy services
flourlsheTdand waxed fat. But
there s a day for everyone.
This year the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America has decided
to remove this eyesore and to
put a stop to these vile prac-
tice. A permanent commit-
reoreeenting New York
'yarNi has been ppoint-
S- ,elity-wlde Mconer-
ISM^ *ieh every orthodox


iliary of Beth David Talmud
Torah held last Monday night
at the Talmud Torah Auditor-
ium. Reports of the various
committees were submitted
showing that the Rummage
Sale being conducted at No.
239 N. Miami Ave. was an
unusual success, more than
three hundred and fifty dol'
lars net having been raised
thus far. A gift of seventy-
five dollars towards the pur-
chase of furniture for the
Talmud Torah was announced
from the Emunah Chapter of
the Eastern Star. The treasur-
er submitted a report showing
that after having paid out
about four hundred dollars,
there is a balance in the
Treasury at this time of more
than seven hundred and fifty
dollars. Part of the school fur-
niture for th eTalmud Torah
has already arrived and is in-
stalled in the class rooms.
Twenty-five new members
were elected. The theatre
party scheduled for next Mon-
day and Tuesday, September
23rd and 24th, respectively
will be held and according to
the report of the chairlady
Mrs. S. Abenson is meeting
with a very hearty response
on the part of the general pub-
lic. Tickets may be obtained
from Mr. Rosengarten at the
Fair, Miami ave. and 1st st.,
and from any member of the
Ladies Auxiliary.
The Rummage Sale Com-
mittee headed by Mrs. M. Rip-
pa urges the public to please
phone the Synagogue, or Mr.
Manuel Rippa and any bun-
dles of clothes that may be
contributed will be called for.
All the proceeds go towards
the upkeep of the Talmud To-
rah.

Public Speaking
Class Formed

Last Tuesday afternoon a
class formed for the purpose
of instructing its membes.in
Public speaking and nia-
mentary procedure. Rajai Is-
rael H. Weisfeld ot BEi'iDa-
vid has consented to iinstruct
the class and both special had
regular students will be ad-
mitted. The class will meet re-
gularly every Tuesday after-
noon at the Talmud Torah
auditorium. Among those who
have joined the class are Mes-
dames: J. Finkelstein, M.
Friedman, M. Halpern, S. Kot-
kin, S. Tannenbaum, S. Futer-
fas, I. Kotkin. J. 3L hoebet,


Jewish History
Course Begins at
U. of Miami

October 1st next will be the
beginning of the course in
Jewish History at the Univer-
sity of Miami, which is a reg-
ular part of the school curri-
culum and will be taught
twice weekly on Tuesday and
Thursday from 11:30 a. m.
to 12:30 p. m. Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld of Beth David is in
charge of the course and from
present indications the class-
es in Jewish History will be
one of the most popular in the
school.

Hadassah Sponsors
Emergency Benefit

Because of the tremendous
losses caused to the Hadassah
Hospitals in Palestine by the
Arabs during the recent out-
rages, and because of the ex-
traordinary demands made
upon the Hospital units in the
Holy Land, the Hadassah
chapters throughout the
Country are using every
means to raise funds and pro-
vide linens for the emergency.
The Local Chapter of Had-
assah at a special Board meet-
ing held last Wednesday
night arranged an Emergency
Linen Shower which will be
held at the Everglades Hotel
Wednesday evening, October
2nd, at 8:30 p. m.
The Admission charge will
be a linen sheet for an indiv-
idual, and a linen sheet and
pillow case for a couple. In
this way its is hoped that
a large amount of linen will
be provided which will be sent
to the headquarters in New
Palestine.
Those desiring to help the
Hadassah Emergency Shower
are asked to communicate
with its President Mrs. Lois
Dobrin.

Beth David Plans
Holiday Services
In preparation for the High
Holiday services, Beth David
has installed several hundred
new opera chairs seats which
will be used for the first time
on _osh Hashono. Well known
cantor' is coming to Miami to
recite the services. Rabbi Is-
rael H. Weisfeld will preach
the usual services. Special ar-
rangements are being made
for the Slichoth services
which will be held on Satur-
day night, September 28th, at
11 p. m. o'clock, in accordance
with tle JAwfsh traditional
customs. The seat committee
in it session every night from

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Former Miamian
Dies in Boston
Alexander E. Rose, of 40
Babcock street, Brookline,
Mass., died last Saturday af-
ternoon as a result of injuries
received in an automobile ac-
cident on the Newburyport
turnpike at Rowley several
weeks ago.
Mr. Rose was a well known
Boston attorney, associated
wth Paine, Webber & Com-
pany since January as con-
sultng attorney and custom-
ers' man. He will also be re-
membered by many as one of
the most active communal
workers in Boston for many
years, although he spent the
last three years in Miami, Fla.
where he was a member of
the law firm of Bryant, Pitt.
man and Rose.
Mr. Rose was a member of
the Mens Club of Miami, Con-
gregation Beth David and was
well liked by the numerous
friends he had made during'
his stay in Miami.

Jewish Resident
Dies Thursday


Mrs. Gussie Wal4orf, the
wife of Mr. Hyman Waldorf,
owner and operator of the
Star Kosher Market, died last
Thursday morning as the re-
sult of a lingering illness.
Mrs. Waldorf came to Mi-
ami with her family about
four years ago from New Ha-
ven, Conn. where they had
made their home. She was 48
years old and leaves surviv-.
ing her, her husband Hyman
Waldorf, one daughter Pearl,
aged 10, her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Rogoff of New
York City, four sisters, Mrs.
Dave Slamer, of New Haven,
Conn., Mrs. Robert Farber, of
Union City, N. J., Mrs. E. Z.
Schaff, of Brooklyn, N. Y. and
Miss Berth Rogoff of New
York City and Isidor Rogoff,
Paterson, N. J.
Mrs. Waldorf was an active
member of the Workmens
Circle and resolutions of con-
dolence have been adopted by
that organization.
Burial was in Woodlawn
Park Cemetery and Rabbi I.
H. Weisfeld of Beth David of-
ficiated. The.funeral arrange-
ments were in charge of
Frank McGhan's King Funer-
al Home.

Shoe Repairers
to Organize Here
Owners of Miami shoe re-
pair shops meeting last nigt
in the office of the
Leather Company, 28 N.
Fifth street discUsese
for organizing the .
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


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)

ed to combat this evil that is
undermining the religious life
of the community.
These underselling, insin-
cere, temporary abodes of
worship, sponsored most fre-
quently by ignoramouses, Illit
rate materialistic cantors,
with the express purpose of
harming existing, permanent
congregations-are a menace
to any community, a blot on
the fair Jewish escutcheon
and should be uprooted.
The Union of Orthodox
Jewish congregations of
America is to be highly com-
mended for its lofty aim, but
should not limit this worth-
while activity to the confines
of New York City or even the
East ....

Olov Hasholom:
And yet another Jewish
luminary has been extinguish-
ed. Louis Marshall is dead.
One attempts to recall one
worthwhile Jewish project,
universal or local, in the past
decades or two that was not
closely linked with Marshall's
name. In vain! Try as one will,
it is impossible to mention
one instance where the Jewish
name was maligned or our
people assailed, that Marshall
was not on the alert to ward
off the assault and make the
assailant appeal ridiculous in
the eyes of the world.
Marshall was the first to
deplore the possibility of the
occurence of the notorious
Massena incident and to de-
mand fair play and that jus-
tice be meted out. Boldly, fear-
lessly, he unmasked the high-
ly touted goodwill movement
between Jews and non Jews
and showed it to be sham, co-
lossal, a fraud, a back door
attempt to convert Jews to
Christianity.
The Joint Distribution, The
Relief, The American Jewish
Congress-to all, Louis Mar-
shall gave his time, his ef-
forts, his brilliant legal mind
unstintingly. And to cap the
climax there was the Agency.
Five long years he negotiated,


corresponded, pleaded, cajoled
argued and hoped, it ended in
victory. Like a gifted actor he
made his exit amidst an out-
burst of applause and admira-
tion. I realize that this eulogy
and tribute is but a drop in
the bucket of praise given to
his memory by men great and
gifted. However, who can re-
frain? Orthodox, reform,
zionist, non-zionist, radical,
atheist, Jew, non-Jew, all
stand bowed before the mem-
ory of that great Jew and
American. Bessed be his
memory tfoW9r!

THJ.IN
A AT


THiEM
lbQ^. *V


We know just how- hunters
feel when they see bear tracks
and don't see any bears. We've
often been disappointed in a
similar manner. We've seen
car tracks, but no street cars.
*
Give me the girl and the
Time and the place,
And a smack in the dark is
worth
Two in the face.
*
Dumb Dora thinks all good
prize fighters get their train-
ing in a box factory.
*
The dollar bill is much too
small
In our estimation.
And soon we'll have no bill at
all
With such depreciation.
*
"Prince Vladimir Constant-
inovitch passed an examina-
tion as a taxicab driver and
is operating a taxi in War-
saw," says the Atlanta Con-
stitution. "This is the quick-
est method of retrieving his
lost fortune." Smiling at fate
and hoping to meter.

Stockings are two feet and a
yard long.

Some people are funny that
way. They'll smile at a funer-
al and cry at a wedding.

Mary wore a low-neck dress,
She rolled her hose down
low,
And everywhere that Mary
went
Man's eyes were sure to go.
*
Though dry sleuths hover
near, just laugh,
And all your troubles give
the gate,
Let us then be up and brewing
With a heart for any fate.
*
Of course you expect liquid
strains to come from a "juice"
harp.
*
A real screen triumph is to
make one fit your window if
you're doing the work your-
self.
*
"Gladys, doncha dare ta miss
it;
Say, that film'll setcha
wild!
-Whennem stars beginta
kissit
Ain't a kissat I'd call mild!
Don't forgetta see it, Gladys;
Gee, I sighed the seven heats.
Jimmanme was there-it
haddus
Almost terrinnup our seats!

"Naw, you won't gettireda
sitting ;
Thissun keepsya wide
awake.
Whnena hero gets tha mitten,
Gosh, he finds it hardda
take!
Thenne takes ta bootleg
liquor-
Gemme, Gladys?-goes ta
h-l,
While a wicked city slicker
Startsa nasty work with Nell.


"Allalong there's lotsa
neckun-
Lotsa sex appeal, I mean-
But that crook forgettsa
reckon,
Onna hero common clean.


Ain't I said it's worth
money ?
Naw, its plot aint stale
annold!
Don't forgetta see it, honey.
Say, that film'll knock ya
cold !"
*
How time does fly, it does
not seem
That 'twas many years ago,
When I cherished so dear my
.boyhood dreams
To make a man the world
would know.

It seems 'twas only yesterday
That I was but a lad,
And heard my dear old daddy
say,
"There's one who'll not be
bad."

Now mother said a preacher,
Her little Jeems would be;
While dad he thought a
teacher
Or a lawyer best I'd be.

Then came their prayers and
heartaches
For their boy as he left
home,
And Jeems would say, "Just
one more day
And I will cease to roam."

Though dad has long since
gone away,
To me it only seems
I heard him say just yester-
day,
"Now you just watch our
Jeems."

And when her son is spoken,
of,
It's mother's greatest joy,
To tell the world, "Now you
just wait
And watch my darling boy."

And, oh, if fate would just be
kind,
And let us live again;
I know that lessons taught by
time
Would surely make us win.
*
A scientist says that it is
possible to make plants intox-
icated. Most of the plants in
our own home have been pot-
ted for some time.
*
"She married a printer-
now she wants a divorce."
"Oh, I see she made a
typographical error."
*
"What are you reading?"
"An article called The
Sponge." g
"My-that ought to be ab-
sorbing."
* *
Love makes the world and
the lover go round.
* *
Fear of a black look is no
excuse for a white lie.
*4
Once in a while you find a
girl whose idea of bringing a
man to his knees is to sit on
them.
*
Sometimes a woman's cos-
tume is not only beyond de-
scription but beyond her


purse.
*


No freak whim of fashion
can ever cause veil of sus-
picion ever to appear becom-


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


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Frank Rose, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rose of this city,
who recently graduated with
honors from the Miami High
School left for Gainesville this
week to enter the University
of Florida, where he will take
a special course in Business
Administration. He was a
member of the High School
Band and will probably join
the University Orchestra.
*


Norma Wolf returned
City after a.vacation
in Washington and
cities.
*.


Mr. John Wolf returned to
the city after having made a
brief business trip to the shoe
centers in the North.
* *
The regular monthly social
of the Yeddidim Club was
held last Wednesday at the
home of Eddie Miller, 1530 N.
E. Miami Place and took the
form of a bridge party. A
beautiful water set was won
by Miss Mildred Greenberg,
for first prize; and the booby
prize, an all day sucker was
awarded to Miss Ann Simon.
Miss Bee Silver won the bal-
loon race.
The punch board prize, a
pair of book ends, was won by
Bill Mohilner. A vote of
thanks was extended to Miss
Ida Mandelbaum and Bee Sil-
ver for their assistance at the
party. Delicious refreshments
were served.
Beginning with the next
meeting Thursday, Septem-
ber 25th, all meetings will be
hed on Thursdays. Prepara-
tions are now being made for
the anniversary celebration of
the club's founding to be held
in November.
*
Social events will inter-
sperse business sessions, it
was decided at the executive
board meeting of the Sister-
hood of Temple Israel held
Tuesday in Kaplan hall, with
Mrs. I. L. Seligman presiding.
Activities of the organization
are being resumed with in-
:creased interest.
The regular meetings of the
sisterhood are held on the 1st
Monday of every month, the
first of which will take place
on Oct. 7. Each meeting will
be preceded by an executive
session. The third Monday of
each month is to be regular
sisterhood entertainment day,
which will consist of a bridge
luncheon to be held at the dif-
ferent hotels, the location to
be decided by the various
chairman. Mrs. Herbert E.
Kleiman will again be general
chairman of all entertainment.

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The following affairs are
scheduled for the coming sea-
son: Monday, Oct. 7, regular
meeting; Monday, Oct. 21,
bridge luncheon, Mrs. Louis
Snetman, chairman, to be as-
sisted by Mrs. S. Mendelson,
Mrs. J. H. Kaplan and Mrs. A.
B. Kantor; Sunday night,
Oct. 27, cafeteria supper and
general get together party at
Kaplan hall at 7 p. m., Mrs.
H. I. Homa in charge; Mon-
day, Nov. 4, regular monthly
meeting; Monday, Nov. 18,
bridge luncheon, Mrs. J. Rich-
ter, chairman; Wednesday,
Nov. 27 Thanksgiving eve
dinner dance, Mrs. Mendel
Cromer and Mrs. D. J. Apte,
chairman.
*
The Marco Popperillo Club,
one of the Jewish clubs of
Miami will resume its regular
meetings and entertainments
shortly at its club rooms, 236
N. W. 4th St. Membership is
by invitation only and accord-
ing to its officers, is limited in
number.
A family party consisting
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Simpson
and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Shochet and family and Miss
Sarah Shochet had as their
guests, Rabbi and Mrs. Israel
H. Weisfeld on a trip down
the Bay on the Se-Bot-M boat
last Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. J. A. Field and her
sons; Stanton N. and Joseph,
jr., have returned to their
home, 218 S. W. Twenty-first
road, after a two months'
motor trip to New York, New
Hampshire and New Jersey,
where they visited friends and
relatives. On the way south
Mrs. Field at Hendersonville,
N. C. to get Joseph, jr., who
was in camp. Stanton met the
family in Atlanta, their fam-
ily home. He will leave to-
night to attend Georgia Tech.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
of 1923 S. W. 13th St., re-
turned after a four-week va-
cation in the north. Their son,
Arnold, who has been at camp
Scroon-Mahar at Scroon Lake,
N. Y., returned also, Mr. and
Mrs. Rubin spent some time
at Saratoga on the way home.
* *


luncheon given by Miss Jean
David, Saturday at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. N. David. Following lun-
cheon and cards guests at-
tended the Big Sister party
at the Miami High school.
Favors were novelties in the
prevailing colors.
Guests included: Miss No-
rice Morgan, Miss Louise
Deitz, Miss Georgia Roth,
Miss Jeanette Yates, Miss
Dorothy Roth, Miss Gertrude
Deitz, Miss Catherine Tom-
kinson and Miss Ruth Lutz.
*
Miss Marcella Seiden and
Aaron Kanner whose marriage
will take place at an early
date, were complimented with
a swimming party and
breakfast given by Miss
Adelyn Rose and Miss Lillian
Chisling last week at the
Venetian pools in Coral
Gables.
Cut flowers in refreshing
colors will decorate the hand-
somely appointed table. The
bridal motif will be used.
Dainty cards will mark
places for Miss Seiden, Miss
Rose Chisling, Aaron Kanner,
Raily Morris, Max Goldstein,
Leo Ackerman, Al Seiden, Mr.
and Mrs. William Shayne and
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers.
* *
Mrs. M. Sheinberg returned
to the city after spending
some time in Hendersonville.

Rabbi and Mrs. Israel H.
Weisfeld will be the hosts of
the members of the Bar Mitz-
va Boys Breakfast Club im-
mediately after the services
next Sunday morning, in the
vestry rooms of the Beth Da-
vid Synagogue.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wroo-
bel were the hosts of the wor-
shippers of Congregation Beth
David last Saturday morning
in the vestry rooms of the
Synagogue immediately after
the services in honor of the
Bar Mitzva of their son Mor-
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ris. Quite an elaborate lun-
cheon was served and speeches
were made by Mr. A. Leibo-
witz, Mr. Avigdor Golden, and
others. Cantor Novogrebelsky
who was here on a brief visit
sang as did the host Mr. Na-
than Wroobel.
*
Abraham Tauber of New
York and Miami announces
the engagement of his daugh-
ter, Ethel Janet, to Emden
Nelson Herzog, son of Nelson
H. Herzog of New York. The
wedding will be a winter
event.
Mr. Tauber is prominent in
financial circles and is presi-
dent of the A. Tauber Corpor-
ation, of which the prospec-
tive bridegroom is vice presi-
dent.
Miss Tauber, who lives at
the Dallas Park apartments
with her father, attended the
Parsons School for Fine and
Applied Arts in New York.
Mr. Herzog attended the
Packard School of Finance in
New York. Both the bride-
to-be and prospective bride-
groom have made their home
here for the past four years
and have a wide acquaintance
in Miami. A number of social
affairs are planned to precede
the wedding.
41


Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marcus
of S. W. 3rd St., have return-
ed to their home after spend-
ing several months in the
north. They will resume their
business sometime this week.
*
Miss Marcelle Seiden, bride-
elect of September, was honor
guest at an attractively ap-
pointed miscellaneous shower
given Tuesday afternoon by
Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs. H. I.
Magid and Mrs. M. Scheinberg
assisted in entertaining.


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effective app iatments and
emphasized'the bridal theme.
A shower was extended from
the chandelier to the table
which was decorated in a nov-
el arrangement of flowers.
Forty guests were present.
Mr. Harry I. Lipnitz, a
prominent Jewish attorney of
Miami, and president of the
local Zionist District, return-
ed to Miami this week after
several months stay in the
north.
*
Mrs. Adele Vince Rose of
Sorolla ave., Coral Gables, re-
turned recently from a two-
month vacation in New York
and Cleveland, where she was
the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Miriam Vince Rippner.
*
Samuel Harris, accompanied
by his mother, Mrs. L. Harris,
will spend a few weeks at
Miami Beach.
Mr. Max Pepper of this city
left Wednesday night for Phil-
adelphia, where he will enter
his third year at the Jeffer-
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son Medical College, having
spent his summer vacation in
Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ruscol
entertained at a reception last
Sunday night at their home
in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. I.
11. Weisfeld. During the even-
ing a delicious salad course
was served. Among those pre-
sent were: Mr. and Mrs. M.
Shonfield, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Ruscol, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ar-
nold, Mr. and Mrs. J. Simp-
son, Mrs. R. Beck, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Dubler, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Shochet, Miss Sarah
Shochet, and Rabbi and Mrs.
I. H. Weisfeld.
* *
The friends of Mr. Sam
Bloom will be shocked to learn
that because of a serious ill-
ness he is now a patient at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital
having been sent there last
Wednesday morning.
*


Dr. M.
ed to his
ness and
a few day


D. Kirsch is confin-
home because of ill-
expects to be out in
's.


* *


Mrs. Abe Aronowitz and
son returned to the City this
week after a stay of several
months in Hendersonville, N.
Carolina.


West Palm Beach

(Mrs. H. Oliphant
Correspondent)

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blech-
ner entertained last evening,
at their home on Twenty-sev-
enth street at a delightful
farewell party in honor of
their son, Henry, who with
many other local boys, leaves
tomorrow for Gainesville,


where he
versity.


will enter the uni-
His mother accom-


panied him on the trip by mo-
tor. It so happened that yes-
terday was the birthday an-
niversary of Miss Helen
Greenwald and Arthur Cope-
land, so they shared honors
with Henry.
The Blechner home was
beautifully decorated in blue
and gold, the university col-
ors, which predominated
throughout all appointments.
Dancing was enjoyed through-
the evening, one of the fea-
tures being a lollypopp" dance.
Mrs. Blechner was assisted
in entertaining by Mrs. Chas.
Greenwald, Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant and Mrs. Miriam Col-
lins. An ice course with many
attendants delicacies and
sweets were servde.
Blechner and Henry were Miss
Joining Mr. and Mrs.
Dorothy Kart, Miss Pearl Ler-
ner, Miss Fontaine Jones, Miss
Beatrice Davidson, the Misses
Helen and Ruth Greenwald,


Miss Natalie Barer, Miss He-
loise Blechner.
Louis Sterling, Jack Werth-
eimer, Merritt Gerould, Ar-
thur Copeland, Sidney Sneid-
er, Hansford Dickens, Louis
Gold and John Feldman.
Grownups present were
Henry's grandmother, Mrs,
Pearl Blechner, Mss Fannie
Blechner, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Greenwald, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Oliphant and Mrs. Miriam
Collins and daughter, Shirley
Jean.

Miss Ethel Wax returned to
her home in Boynton, from a
short stay in Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfe
and family have returned to
their West Palm Beach home
after having spent their sum-
mer vacation in the north.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Karfunkel en-
tertained at dinner last week
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Oliphant.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Dubbin en-
tertained at a farewell party
last week in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Oliphant, who left
Palm Beach to make their
home in Miami. Bridge was
played and prizes were award-
ed to Mrs. I. Gold, Mrs. L.
Schutzer and consolation prize
to Mrs. Sam Schutzer.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. H. Oliphant,
Mrs. E. Blechner, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Schutzer, Mrs. I. Gold,
Mr. and Mrs. A Goldberg, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Schutzer, Mr. and
Mrs. Schain, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. B. Wax,
Mrs. Sneider, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Berner, Mrs. I. Schutzer, and
Mr. M. Carlish.
A salad and ice course was
served to the guests.

The meeting of the Mens
Club of Miami scheduled for
last Wednesday evening was
postponed because of certain
unavoidable delays in the ar-
rangements. The meeting will
be held shortly;

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