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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 27, 1929
Publication Date: -1990
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note: Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).
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VOL. II.-NO. XXXXX. MIAMI, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 27, 1929 Price 5 Cents



HOSPITAL PLANS ENDORSED


T M WRosenwald Gives
To My Way Large Sum for
of Thinking Marshall Memorial
by
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld An endowment to be known
ht aa Lh' T.ni M A N-II "^


Statues:
And now, the birthplace of
Abraham Lincoln's mother
has asked for a federal appro-
priation of a little over a half
million dollars for the erection
of a statue honoring the mem-
ory of the mother and her
immortal son. And, in all like-
lihood will receive the appro-
priation.
What a shameful waste of
money! It should be under-
stood that this is no attempt


to minimize the importance of
the great emancipator. One
could not accomplish this even
if one wished to. Probably,
when finis in broad, bold let-
ters will have been written to
American history, no one man
will stand forth and his name
endure as will Abraham Lin-
coln! And no one more than
he deserves everlasting honor
and recognition. But-is the
erection of a statue the pro-
per tribute?
* Of what earthly value is
the statue to either the de-
ceased thus honored or to the
beholder? Five hundred thou-
sand dollars spent on a stone,
tho' it be of the finest Rock
of Ages granite, is just that
much money squandered. Half
a million! Think of the schools
that could be founded, or en-
dowed with that money!
Think of the tremendous ben-
efit it could bring to the ne-
groes whom he freed. Think
of any number of worthwhile
projects such a fortune could
launch or carry thru to a suc-
cessful end.


But, someone will say, not
all things must necessary
posses utilitarian values.
Paintings, sculptorings, tap-
estries, possess and produce
aesthetic values. True enough
but that is not the basic pur-
pose of a monument or bust.
The primary purpose is to dis-
play generation and honor,
And, in that it fails. I, also
realize, that there are numer-
ous schools named after Lin-
coln and :ft the great Jew-
ish philatkhopist Juius Ros-
enwald has spent millions to
improve 9t18e alot.
(In e the same man
has ili OiWi: "
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a6 ie uuios arshall mem-
orial Fund will be established
at the Jewish Theological Se-
minary of America through
the gift of $500,000 by Julius
Rosenwald, Chicago philan-
thropist.
The Board of Directors of
the Seminary voted to accept
the gift, Dr. Cyrus Adler,
president, announced at a
meeting held Friday at the
office of Felix M. Warburg.
Mr. Rosenwald, who previ-
ously gave small gifts totall-
ing $5,000 to the Seminary,
stated he was moved to make
the gift by a letter the late
Mr. Marshall wrote shortly
before his death expressing
great interest in the Seminary
and Jewish education in gen-
eral.

Bnai Brith Meet-
ing is Postponed


The meeting scheduled for
Thursday night at Kaplan
Hall, Temple Israel, at which
the local Bnai Brith Lodge
"-was to have staged a very in-
teresting debate on the sub-
ject, "Resolved that the Jew-
ish people relinquish their
claim to Palestine as the Jew-
ish Homeland" has been inde-
finitely postponed because of
the unsettled weather condi-
tions..
At this meeting the mem-
bers of the Mens Club of Mi-
ami were to have been the
special guests of the local
Bna Brith Lodge at this meet-
ing. Among those who were
to Take part in the debate
were E. Max Goldsteii and
Stanley C. Myers.
Full details of the next
meeting will be printed and
notification sent to the mem-
bers and the Jews of Miami
at large.
ference can one more or less
make?


In Jewish life we have not
believed in the erection of
monuments. Even after "Thou
Shalt not make any graven
images," was no longer con-
strued as prohibiting the
erection of statues commem-
orating the valiant deeds of
mortals.
Neither on our own soil nor
in the Diaspora have we ever
erected statues. Moses, Dav-
ti inr Eaar sra, Judas Mae-
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Temple Israel Sis-
terhood Plans Stu-
dent Activities

The committee in charge of
students activities of Temple
Israel Sisterhood, headed by
Mrs. Hannah Asher and Mrs.
Isaac Levine have announced
plans for the entertainment
of out of town students at the
University of Miami and kin-
dred institutions for Rosh
Hashono at the homes of var-
ious of its members. All stu-
dents or their friends are ask-
ed to advise Mrs. Levine, at
430 N. E. 29th Street, and
arrangements will be made
for their attending divine ser-
vices and being entertained
afterwards. Those who have
student guests for Rosh Hash-
ono Dinner thus far are: Mrs.
Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Day J.
Apte, Mrs. Jake Davis, Mrs.
H. I. Homa, Mrs. I. M. Rosen-
dorf, and Mrs. Herbert Klein-
man.
This is the beginning of
student's activities which will
be carried on by the Sister-
hood duri ngthe winter sea-
son.

Arbeiter Ring Be-
gin Lecture Series

The first of a series of in-
teresting lectures on Educa-
tion and other subjects was
that of Mr. Groman, formerly
of New York City, and now
in charge of the Workmen's
Circle School, at the Club
rooms last Tuesday night. His
subject "Nit Erziehen nur
derziehen" was very ably
handled and the modern trend
of education to get away from
a ,mere mechanical training
of the child and to give him
in addition something ideal to
strive for was very forcibly
portrayed by the speaker.
On Wednesday night he was
scheduled to lecture before
the Women's Club, of the
Workmen's Circle on the sub-
ject of "The Woman as pic-
tured in Peret's Works," but
because of the unsettled
weather conditions the lecture
was postponed to the follow-
ing week.
Lectures will be given
every Tuesday and Wednes-
day evening.

Jewish Women
Active in P. T. A.


Among those chosen to han-
dle the publicity of the school
P. T. A. organizations in
greater Miami were a number
of Jewish women. Mrs. Ben
Watts for the Miami High
school, NMrs. MeYr ftchwart
for CitrMlA i(ovftjlA*t*l, )ISv


Beth David to Hold Child's Hospital
Slichoth Services Evokes Interest
P 11 e *


As usual the Beth David
Congregation will conduct
Slichoth services which will
begin at 11 p. m. o'clock Sat-
urday night, September 28th.
It will be featured by a ser-
mon by Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
feld, and it is expected that
Cantor I. H. Pekarsky of
Grand Rapids, Mich., will con-
duct the services. Slichoth
services usher in the final
week prior to Rosh Hashono
and the beginning of the Ten
Penitentiaal days. There will
be no charges of any kind
made.


Conscience Scared
Arabs Hear Pa-
triarch's Voice

Jerusalem, Sept. 23. The
pangs of conscience felt among
certain elements of the Arab
population at Hebron for the
anti-Jewish massacre on Sat-
urday, August 24, has found
expression in a legend which
is spreading among the local
Arab population, reports the
correspondent of the "Pales-
tine Bulleitn," only English
daily newspaper in Palestine.
"Why have ye slaughtered
my children, ye sons of Is-
mael? Why dishonored your
father's name?" This and
similar cries are said to have
been heard by Arabs on many
nights, emanating from the
Cave of the Machpellah, the
tomb near Hebron where the
patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob were buried, ac-
cording to the Biblical narra-
tive.
The Machpellah, sacred to
Jews and to Moslems, is now
the site of a mosque. Local
Arabs relate that since the
massacre, the wrath of the
patriarch, Abraham, has been
aroused. At first, there is a
low moaning coming from the
tomb of Abraham, followed
by wails, then words uttered
indistinctly, growing clearer
as the night draws on. Wo-
men are said to hear a wo-
man's voice cry: "Why did
ye shed innocent blood? Why
did ye not have pity? Why
have ye slaughtered my chil-
dren ?
The Arabs of Hebron are
greatly disturbed by these
voices and the legend is
spreading rapidly among the
population.

Juvenile Judge is
Re-appointed

Judge Edith M. Atkinson
of Dade county juvenile court
was. teppointed for four-
year twio by GitiV E.


oi rnysicians
A meeting of interest to Mi-
ami and Miami Jewry was
that of the Board of Directors
of the Mens Club, of Miami,
held at the home of Dr. M.
D. Kirsch, at Miami Beach,
last Saturday evening. The
meeting was called for the
purpose of discussing the
Child's Hospital sponsored by
the Mens Club of Miami and
to obtain support of promi-
nent physicians of Greater
Miami.
Among those present who
spoke were: Dr. Max Dobrin,
Dr. Adkins, prominent sur-
geon; Dr. M. D. Kirsch, Dr.
Swords, Dr. Marvin Smith,
Dr. Cleghorn, Dr. French, Dr.
Repass, Dr. Shaw, Dr. Pey-
ton and Dr. Panetierre. A
number of these are nationally
known and prominent in the
profession.
A resolution of the Dade
County Medical Association
indorsing the project was
read. Quite a number of the
guests spoke and told of the
interest shown by their pa-
tients who will be in Miami
for their winter sojourn
shortly. Plans for the new
Hospital were shown and dis-
cussed.

Former Eastern
Stars Organize
New Fraternity


Asbury Park, Sept 22.-
Mrs. Lillian Kaplan of New-
ark was elected most worthy
grand matron of the Golden
Chain at a meeting of the
Grand Link. The session was
attended by more than 100
delegates from twenty-one
links, each of them represent-
ing a former chapter of the
Order of the Eastern Star.
The Golden Chain broke away
from the parent organization
because of an allegedly sec-
tarian ritual.
Plans were laid for a state
convention in Atlantic City,
October 16 and 17. Members
of the Grand Link also ap-
proved applications for admit-
tance from chapters in Pitts.
burgh and New Haven, de-
caring they were forerunners
of a national lodge.
Emanuel M. Biron of At-.
lantic City was chosen a4t
worthy grand .
Rabbi Ma& --V.
Perth Ambodhrewiu
which was OPl t.
lodge, i.l
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Friday, 8tember


THE JEWISH "

FLORIDIAN .

A weekly newspaper published at
Miami, Florida


oy
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

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tion on monuments raised to
their memory.

The resolve to erect a mon-
ument in honor of Chaim Sol-
omon, the Jew who financed
the colonies in the War of In-
dependence; who loaned the
temporary government his en-
tire wealth without thought
of ever having it returned
(his thought was justified)
this resolve was finally car-
ried thru in the face of much
and strenuous objection. This,
to my knowledge, is the first
and only erection.

Since, to my way of think-
ihg, the greatest possible tri-
btte is-emulation, I would
suggest that the five hundred
thousand dollars be spent on
publishing an interesting
readable biography of the Li-
berator, and a copy of that
biography placed in the hands
of every child in America and
abroad-old enough to read.
That these child readers may
be thrilled by his achieve-
ments and stirred to attempt
with all might and main to
emulate him.
And, yes, let the name of
the town in which his mother
was born appear on the fly-
leaf . .

Shades of Abraham!!
An interesting development
of the recent massacres on
Jews in Palestine is the fol-
lowing: Arabs living in the
vicinity of the Cave of Mach-
peilah, where the patriarchs
are buried, reported that the
past few nights they heard
the voice of Abraham issuing
forth from the cave and wail-
ing, "0. why do you persecute
my unfortunate children?
Why have you massacred
them?"
This report has spread
throughout Palestine. The
Arabs are exceedingly alarm-
ed and are striving to find
means of pacifyng Father
Abraham.
What a remarkable occur-
rence! Psychologists would
probably explain it as the im-
aginings of an overwrought
mind, a disturbance of the
nervous system-for, to diag-
nose it more locally and boldly
-the pangs of a guilty con-
science.
I forebear elaborating upon
the theme. The cause and ef-
fect idea is to obvious. How-
ever, one final comment.
Strange, isn't it, the unusual
respect now. Jews have for a
detd Jew and the total diare-
fh have for eai, ti-
. .. : -"* .. .,. .- ,


The girl with the bow-leg-
ged suitor takes a long chance
when she sits on his lap-she
may fall through, and they
may fall out.
* *
Here's to the wife
Who'll only grin
When you come home late
And let you in.

Here's to the wife-
Bless her heart-
Who's always ready
When you start.

The Judge rode slowly down
the lane,
So slowly it gave Maud a
pain,
'He makes me tired," I heard
her slur.
"I like sheiks who drive
sixty per."
* *
Music bath charms-
watches used to.
* *
It's hard for a woman to
hit the nail on the head, but
not the finger nail.
* *
Doctor congratulations,
you are the father of triplets.
Politician- I demand a re-
count.

Another bad breath-the
breadth of scandal.
* *
"He never denies his wife
anything."
"Except where he's been
some nights."
* *
"The most unreasonable
husband is the one who ex-
pects his wife to idolize him
when the biggest thing about
him is his appetite and
the smallest his salary." If
she would feed the brute may-
be he would earn more money.
* *


The girl-friend says
baby is so high-hat he
cut his own teeth.
* *


her
even


Refeuling is nothing new.
The old soak used to do it at
every saloon in town.
*
Teacher: James, what is the
opposite of misery?
James: Happiness.
Teacher: And what is the
opposite of sadness ?
James: Gladness.
Teacher: Fine, now give me
the opposite of woe.
James: Giddap.
* *
She was only a fireman's
daughter, but she was no-
body's fuel.
*
Sallie Smith strolled down
the street,
She flirted with every man
she'd meet;
And 'cause one told her she
looked sweet
She called the cop from off
hie zeat
And .ie man was arraigned
before Judge Bleat.
The man was asked how he
would plead
To such a low insulting deed.
He said, "Your Honor, I did
not speak
To this charming girl who
looked so neat,
Till first she winked just like
a freak,
So thenj, tatr she J d
wWii .t


And asked her would s
to eat;
But then she let a mi
shriek.
That's all I know to tell,
Bleat."
The Judge told Sallie w
the street


To be a little more discreet
And never smile at men so
sweet
She said she liked for men to
speak,
That wasn't why she made
that shriek;
It was because he mentioned
'eat'
While on her eighteen day
diet.
*
A woman's idea of success-
rul prohibition is plenty of
dry goods.
*
A man rolls the dice and
often loses. A woman rolls her
eyes and usually wins.
*


Any man who is a
few words is certain
married man if you
vestigate.
*


While a woman's nerves
are often taut like a bootleg-
ger's crossing a boundary
line they seem to have been
taught something anyhow.
*
She painted and powdered,
she won her boy,
"Twas life's sweetest mo-
ment to Mamie McCoy;
But through the window went
hubby's joy
When he found his Mamie
was all decoy.
* *
She claimed he did not love
her
When the young man came
to woo
Because he didn't do it
Like the movie heroes do.

He courted her, both day and
night,
Then used some hypnotism.
He sure worked hard to have
the right
To call that girl all hise'n.
*
Speaking of the key to mat-
rimony, the key to divorce
must be a shift key.
Captain: "What's become of
those prisoners I sent out
with you to clean the stables ?
Guard: "I really couldn't
say, sir. The details have es-
caped me."
* *
"I attended a conference of
bank vice-presidents last
night," stated the Little Na-
poleon of the financial world.
"How many banks were re-
presented?" asked his friend.
"One."
* *
It was their first day in a
military camp and the two
colored recruits were sitting
in the kitchen more or less in-
dustriously removing the
skins from potatoes.
"Huccum" demanded the
first, "huccum dat orficer
keeps calling' us K. P.-K. P.?"
"Hesh yo' mouf, iggor-
ance," advised the second.
"Dat am de abbreviation fo'
'Keep peelin'-keep peelin'.' "
* *
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SOCIETY


One of the prettiest events
of the season was the surprise
package party tendered to
Mrs. I. Buckstein, president
of the Ladies Auxiliary of
Beth David Talmud Torah,
ast Thursday at the home of
NIrs. Arnold in Coral Gables.
Quite a number of friends
vere present and brought
packages with them. Bridge
was played and prizes award-
ed to the highest scores.
stories were told by the
quests and Mrs. J. Simpson,
vas chosen as Toastmistress
for the second part of the af-
ernoon's program. One of the
packages presented to Mrs.
Buckstein together with a
imerick composed by Mrs.
Simpson was a "herring," to
iignify that to her friends,
he guest of honor was just a
plain "litwack."
The home was beautifully
decorated with- cut flowers
ind in the dining room the
arge table was covered with
Beautiful lace cloth and a
series of figures representing
Stableaux of a meeting with
he guest of honor presiding.
refreshments were served
luring the afternoon. Among
hose present were: Mes-
lames M. Schonfield, Chas.
'annenbaum, Sam Tannen-
aum, S. Abenson, B. Kandel,
W. olfe, I. H. Weisfeld, B.
lernstein, H. Kotkin, M. Kot-
:in, S. Resnick, H. Markowit7,
I. Friedman, J. L. Shochet, S.
. Spector, A. Dubler, D.
iahn. S. Futterfas, J. Simp-
on, B. Hirshfield, M. Hal-
ern and others.

Mr. L. Abrams, president of
leth Jacob Congregation, Mi-
mi Beach, returned to the
itv after having spent the
umnmr at his former home
n Toronto.
* C
MIr. and Mrs. Irwin L. Sie-
el. formerly of Baltimore,
(d., are receiving congratu-
Li'ioi, upon the birth of a
al,, Ihoy last Tuesday at the
('ldy Hospital. Mother and
al., are resting finely.
*
Among the events held last
k in honor of Miss Mar-
efle Seiden, who will be mar-
ied to Mr. Aaron Kanner,
ext Sunday were a dinner in
o01,r of the bride by Mrs. H.
SHorn a, luncheon and kitchen
howt-r by Mrs. Jos. Richter,
nd Mlns. Morris Feinberg's
?ncheon and glass shower
.st Thursday.
S *


We are advised that there is
such organization as the
arco Popperillo club and
at it hasn't .existed for
me time past,

The Miami Cti of Had
sah is sbrdg
irty for g hei

g, Oct.;
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quested to come and bring
friends with them.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Fried-
man entertained the Monday
Night Club, at their home in
the Wonder View apartments,
last week at bridge. Prizes
were won by Mrs. Louis Lei-
bovitz and William Schneid-
man. At a late hour refresh-
ments were served. Among
those present were Mr. and
Mrs. D. Bogen, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Schneidman, Mr. andi
Mrs. L. Leibowitz, and Mr.
and Mrs. Myer Friedman.
* *
Mrs. Larry Fay and son,
Arthur, have returned after a
vacation of four months spent
in New York and the Adiron-
dacks.

Dan Ruskin is in New York
on a business trip, expecting
to be away two weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Wil-
liams, 1812 S. W. 9th street,
announce the birth of a
daughter, whom they have
named Nancy, at Jackson
Memorial hospital Sunday.
* *
Jeane T. Weinberg, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Weinberg, celebrated her 8th
birthday recently with a par-
ty at her home in Shenan-
doah. An attractive birthday
cake was cut by the hostess
during the refreshment hour.
Among the guests were Grace
Berg, Martha Rauzin, Sara-
lea Kanter, Dorothy Flitman,
Henry and William Kanter,
Lester Rose, Jack and Her-
bert Russcol and Irvin M.
Goldstein.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupfer-
stein were hosts at a dinner
party last week at their home
on N. W. Fifth street, in hon-
or of Rabbi and Mrs. I. H.
Weisfeld.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn, Rab-
bi and Mrs. I. H. Weisfeld,
and Mr. and Mrs. Falken-
stein.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Feit of Miami
Beach, returned to Miami af-
ter an extended trip through
the north, where he visited
Pittsburgh, Baltimore, New

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W. H. Combs Co., Estab. 1896
COMBS FUNERAL HOME
Phone Miami 32101
159 N. E. ind Avenue
MIAMI BEACH FUNERAL HOME
Phone M. B. 5.2101
I123 Washington Ave

Florida Iron and
Equipment Co.
519 N. W. Third Avenue
WhokMie Deak in Machinery and

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York and a number of other
cities.
*
At the last meeting of the
Friendship league held Wed-
nesday in the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah building, Jean Mo-
hilner was elected recording
secretary and Murry Kelman,
treasurer, upon resignations
of Fay Werner and Ernest
Weinkle. Due to the illness
of the president, Milton Klein,
the vice president, Elsie
Weinberger, conducted the
meeting.

Mrs. Fannie Pepper and
Mrs. Dora August assihed
Mrs. Lillian Beckwitt, 221 S.
W. Eleventh street, in enter-
taining the Loyalty club,
Wednesday evening. Prize
winners were Mrs. Rose Berg,
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, Edward
Wolf and Mrs. S. Oliphant.
*
Mrs. William Shayne was
hostess at her home in S. W.
Eleventh street last week at
a pajama dance and buffet
supper party in honor of Miss
Marcella Seiden and Aaron M.
Kanner whose nuptials will be
solemnized at the Columbus
Hotel at 4 p. m. Sunday, Sep-
tember 29. The affair also was
arranged as a surprise in hon-
or of the hostess' husband,
Mr. Shayne, whose birthday
falls today. Dancing was fol-
lowed by a buffet supper at
midnight.
Guests included, in addition
to those named, Mr. and Mrs.
H. I. HomJa, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Seiden, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Morris, Miss Dor-
othy Mitchell, Miss Gertrude
Sherman, Miss Dora Rosen-
house, Miss Abbie Ross, Miss
Lillian Chisling, Miss Faye
Weintraub, Miss Helen Wol-
pert. Miss Ethel Tauber, Mr.
Max Goldstein, Mr. Brick
Miller, Moe Rosenhouse, Dr.
Riley Morris, Leo Ackerman,
Herbert Katz, H. Rifas, El-

Flagler Dry Cleaners
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and
Repairing
472 W. Flagler Street
Phone 33260
"For the Preservation of Your Clothes"

King
Undertaking Co.

29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
Phones 23535-31624


lard Kohn, Alex Seiden and
Emden Herzog.
Attendants for the Kanner-
Seiden wedding will include
Mrs. William Shayne and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, bridesma-
trons; Lita Aronovitz, flower
girl; William Shayne, best
man; Max Goldstein, Dr. M.
R. Morris, Stanley C. Myers,
Leo Ackerman, Alex Seiden
and Samuel Kanner, ushers.
The ceremony at 4 p. m. will
be followed by a reception at
the hotel.

Rabbi and Mrs. I. H. Weis-
feld were the hosts of the
Bar Mitzva Boys Breakfast
Club last Sunday morning at
breakfast immediately after
the morning services conduct-
ed by the boys. Mr. Max Kup-
ferstein assisted in entertain-
ing.

The Theatre party given by
the Ladies Auxiliary of Beth
David Talmud Torah at the
Capitol Theatre, last Monday
and Tuesday was a success
both from the entertainment
and financial points of view.
A good time was had by those
attending and a tidy sum was
realized for the Auxiliary
funds. The complete shipment
.of tablet arm chairs used for
the Talmud Torah has already
been received, and have been
installed in the Talmud Torah.

Mrs. Minnie Feuer arrived
in Miami the latter part of
last week after having spent
some time in Chicago, New
York, and her home in Michi-
gan City, Ind., where she

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CHOICE GROCERIES, FINE FRUITS AND
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maintains her summer resi-
dence. She has moved from
her home in Miami Shores
and will reside at her new
home 431 N. W. 5th street,
Miami.

Among those whe returned
to Miami this week after a
long sojourn in the north for
their summer vacation were
Mrs. Rose Goldstein and Mr.
H. Rosalsky of the G. & R.
Restaurant. Both report that
they spent a very pleasant va-
cation but are happy to be
back in Miami. They are now
renovating their restaurant
and with the improvements
expect to reopen shortly.
*
Last Sunday night Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Spector entertained
at a reception in honor of Rab-
bi and Mrs. Israel H. Weisfeld
at their home in Coral Gables.
Quite an interesting evening
was spent by those present
listening to the various hum-
orous stories told by some of
the guests. Mr. John Wolf,
was master of events for the
evening and among those who
aided in entertaining were
Miss Mandelbaum at the
piano, and her brother Mr.
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SOCIETY

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Mandelbaum, elicited much
applause by his vocal selec-
tions. Mr. I. L. Mintzer of Mi-
ami Beach, Mr. S. J. Spector-
Mr. J. Simpson, Mrs Arnold,
Mrs. Buckstein, and a num-
ber of others spoke. Rabbi
Weisfeld spoke briefly and
thanked his hosts and those
present for the tribute paid
him. A beautiful silver piece
was presented to the guests
of honor by the hosts and Mrs.
I. H. Weisfeld responded with
a few words of thanks.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Goldstein, Mr.
and Mrs. B. Kandel, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Katz, Mr. and Mrs.
Mandelbaum; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
nold, Mr. and Mrs. Lichten-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ba-
ron, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shoch-
et, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mint-
zer, Dr. and Mrs. M. D.
Kirsch, Mrs. I. Buckstein,
Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum, Mr.
Nathan Adelman, Mr. and
Mrs. Feldman and others.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wolfe are
receiving congratulations on
the birth of a baby girl last
week at the Victoria Hospital.
Mother and baby are feeling
fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe are both
prominent in local Eastern
Star circles.

Miss Helen Freed was guest
at a dinner on Sunday even-
ing at the home of Miss Rose
Mary Gerson in Mir:l.mar.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Gerson, Mr. and Mrs.
Williaam Gerson and Dorothy
Mae and Natalie Joyce Ger-
son.

Mrs. Edward Friedman en-
tertained with a party cele-
brating her son, Robert'. third
birthday on Wednesday after-
noon at her honie, 1890 N. XW.
First street.
A birthday cake with three
candles adorned the sweet
table. Games were played and
souvenirs were distributed to
the children.

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GOSSIP

the newly reno~'ated store he
will be able to take care of
his many customers on the
Beach. The new store is equip-
ped with a full line of kosher



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FOR REAL
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TO

MAX'S
DELICATESSEN


JACK MILLER


meats and poultry, a complete
line of delicatessen and fancy
groceries, as well as fresh
vegetables and fruits. Mr. S.
Guttman will be the "shoch-
ed" in charge this year at the
new store which will be con-
ducted under the old name 'f
"Reisman's Market."
Phil Romer is again back at
the old stand at 320 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach and with
The many friends of Max
Kovensky, formerly connected
with the Rosedale Delicates-
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ed one of the most modernly
equipped delicatessen stores
in the Greater Miami District
Situated in the heart of the
Flagler shopping center he
will be within easy reaching
distance of the mass of the
Jewsh population of the S. W.
section. The new store will be
known as "Max's Delicates-
sen" and will contain a full
line of everything that one
may desire in delicatessen and
is also equipped to take care
of his customers in the way
of light lunches, sandwiches,
etc.


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729 31 North Miami Ave.


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1167 West Flagler St.


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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
1. (Pop) GERSON
Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Phone 20621

BAKERIES
GOLDSTROM BAKING CO., Inc.
1349 Washington Ave.
Phone 2836 Miami Beach
The finest in Bread and Cakes
Obtainable at the
Rosedale Delicatessen, Nwe York
Delicatessen and Empire
Delicatessen

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

DELICATESSEN
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
170 N. W. 5th St.
We Supply Your Every Want

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
THE SHRADERS
Corner 1st St. N. W. and 3rd Ave.


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FURNITURBJ
FURNITURE EXC
INC.
321 N. Miami Ave,
We Buy and Sell

INSURANCE
Life Fire Casualty .
RAUZIN INSURAN
AGENCY, Inc.
Phmes 22565 324
137 N. E. First St.-
Miami, Fla.

JOSEPH M. LIPNIE
"Service That Makes
and Keep Them" :
Insurance Underwritr-
Lawyer's Bldg. Phone 2-03171
LEON ELKIN
Is now Local Representati t
Metropolitan Life Insuraa
and is ready to serve his.
Residence
1620 N. W. 30th STll
Phone 26085

LAUNDRIES
NATIONAL LAUNDRIMSi
"Trustworthy SerWicm
1048 N. W. 5th Ave,
Phone 8131

PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMB
Chas. Tannenbaum,
Pharmacist
(reg. pharmacist for 17
Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St,
CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Dr. A. D. Halpern, Ph. G.,
Prescriilionl Our Sped
128 N. Miami Ave. PhMu

PIPE and STEELh
ADELtIAN PIPE & ST'
58 N. E. 25th St. 1;3
Aat F. E. C. R. Phi

A. & B. PIPE AND MBT
Phone 81355 i
53 North East 25th

PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING
"Printing That Pa
Phone 23261
107 South Miami Alt

ROOFING
MOHAWK T
JOHNSON TIRE CO
1861 N. E. st A
Phones: 4114-41


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REISMAN'S MARKET
320 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH

Kosher Meats and Potr
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ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION
is being installed in
REISMAN'S MARKET

A KELVINATOR
in your home is also a ne~emity. We have a domestic
Kelvinator to mit every size and condition.
Kelvitor r-Miami Inc. 449 W. Flagler St.
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