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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 4, 1930
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 4, 1930
Publication Date:
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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00071

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Miami, Florida, Friday, July 4, 1930


Price 5 Cents


Biso Attacked Welfare Bureau
Appeals for If

The Jewish Welfare Bureau
which is one of the consti-
I a tn Hotuent organizations of the
Community Chest is issuing
an appeal this week to all its
members and the Jewry of
Miami at large for the pay-
ment of membership dues and
IGHT the enrollment of every Jew
SGHTas a member of the organiza-
In flying to a height of 43,- tion.
s fe t,, more than eight l S Because of the fact that
A iin the air, Lieut. i the greater portion of the
Soucek of the U. 1. funds of--the- --ommunity
S has set a record which Rev James Cannon, Jr., Methodist Chest are now tied up in
take some beating. Bishop of Virinia, whose activities as the closed Bank of Bay Bis- ...
Only by the use of com- a "dry" lobbyist are under scrutiny by cayne, the Jewish Welfare roung I
pressed oxygen in a tank, in- church and Congressional authorities. Bureau will necessarily suf- -
haled through a tube, and ant fer. The demands upon the o l
oxygen super-charger to in- Mia i "hochtm organization hae been grow-
sute combustion in the engine ing by bounds daily and the I Ban
wai Lieut. Soucek able to do Declare Strike steadily increasing call upon'
the stunt at all. Capt. Haw- the treasury of the Welfare!
thor e Gray of the U.S. A novel incident in the his- Bureau will necessitate its Afte
Amiy, wh rose to 42,470 closing down completely un- the so
feet in a balloon three years tory of Miami Jewry occurred less ai do ewn completely un the so
ago, died from lack of oxy- last Wednesday afternoon Jewry come to its rescue posito
gen in the ktarelfied atmos-,when the three Miami E. Mc(
phr of that great height, "Shochtim" B. Herman, M. Rabbi resn for Da
All of the talk about voyag- Mendel and. N. Wroobel de- l enthat h
ing to the rpoon, whether by edean ed N oeDebating Tophy stitute
airplay rocket or other de- cleared a strike until certain Deta Tro tiont
.ice, is so m ich moonshine, in demands made by them was tin of
view of the impossibility of agreed uro:1. Last Wednesday night a defunct
crying enough y g e fn The local Shochtim are em- I very interesting debate was cayne.
alo t or as n tigo th e ty the lhoh im
oag, to sd a itong of the poyed y the butchers indi- held in Chicago between two At t
Li'n PTqtinterstelar I
Shdave. beaen c smpeled toh zrciv l T haeoogwtic th9.JH. -caled.
dei belo a~ 'z ero. C have been compelled too rw Theoiogical Coege of still an
Slaughter cattle without be- Chicago and the Rabbi Isaac of the
LAND ing j ~id. The conditions at E!chanan Yeshiva of New other
A young woman of my ac- the slaughter house becoming Yo;k. The subject, "Reso'ved, mittee
qualleiuca was su raised re- ea le a that the drife of the Ameri- power
cently -on getting home fromunbearable, according to a can Rabbi into the status of the Bu
Ser daily work as a steogra- statement by the shochtim, social wo ker is detrimental be not
phar to find a young man they held a conference and to Judaism." This is the third positor
waiting to ask her who her decided that the working con- of a series of annual debates agreed
.grandfather was. When she ditoos must be changed a being held between the two deposii
tod him, he informed her 'i institutions, the fist two on an
that the title company which .n addition fixed a price of having beEn won by the New leaving
he represented was prepared seventy-five cents per head, York institution. Rabbi Israel the co:
.to pay her and each of her and thirty-five cents per calf H. Weisfeld who was a mem- ing to
five living sisters, aunts and for each one killed and pro- ber of the first victorious de- mittee
ncle$200 each to sign a bounced "kosher."They point beating team hs donated the than o
quit claim deed to a strip of to the fact that very often a Rabt Berman a colleague of dep
land. one inch wide and eigh-o the fact that very often a oial Trophy" in memory of fices a
:teen feet long. 'Shochet" will kill ten or.the Rabbi Berman a colleague The
That price was a nuisance twelve cattle and only two or of his on the first debating Trust
value but there are several three become "Kosher." Mr. team who was murdered by arry B
~eces of Manhattan real es- E. M. Reisman one of thi two the Arabs during the massa- cause
to which have sold for asi l ... cres last August in Hebron, parent
ch ormor per share f local hlealer immediatePalestines. This is a beautiful plan f
Sfor otfte buildings. It no y agreed to the conditions loving cup suitably inscribed bank,
ong.ys yto build under 80 laid down by the "Shochtim" and will be finally retained by per cer
p gh in old New York. but the firm of Druckerman the first team having three cash, f
the reason for the high & Son, the other kosher successive victories. Rabbi forty-t'
Sf wholesale butcher declined to Weisfeld was scheduled to de- mainin




v S 8 ar b h Pre or t ly otn giwoe nt R b inn- m ini
E^NpJacceyd witothe Druckerman t t Orthodox Rabbis who Ls
S ery ewoer accede to the terms. Last liver the main address of the would
an arecia-Wednesday afternoon the evening but because of the ill- No
suiittten ueco shochtim declared a stik ness of Mrs. Weisfeld as un- been tN
and refused to slaughter any1 able to go to Chicago. The de-
cattle fo r the ra Druckerman bate had aroused great inter-
a :s It is reported that only one Wahinent efon, D.orm and Con- Hilda







itrm.e b a eialy up- Bermat a thirteen year old led to
butcher in Miami for his in sym- shot and iv e Raboubis in addition
U tS path. with the Druckerman to the Orthodox Rabbis who
4ytobuy firm; and it appears that in- attended. The
e the. demands of the eon of
h tim are met, an appeal both tbe P
ill- be made to the public at ewA ish u L G irl th
1 to re n from buying Shiott Brtherh
""'p my p-refati which come
mthe Druokersan firm, about '
Yi It ip a sontdpc that the Washington, D. C.-- Hilda lewry
r bogi i ",nmdqia u B mnn a thirteen year old led to
on,~bWlprpl IL W~~ehafsd Jewiah girl of Washington, D. tatlon
vpg Miamif: for his van-s G., shot and seulously injured facts.
6 "-r herten year old brother bes The"


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Mormon Beauty Post Office
Price is Fixed
Sale of the Central school
property for a new postoffice
site at the same figure as was
agreed upon previously, $440,-
000, but saving the school
board the cost of razing its
building, estimated at $15,-
000, was ordered when the
jury in condemnation pro-
ceedings returned its verdict
in U. S. district court last
I hursday.
RO sThe jury found the real es-
(ate to be worth $400,000,
r; a SM* or nSons armng the building $38,500 and al-
1tiu won th anma l beauty
..-mi atgdents of Brigha lowed the school board attor-
'mversity. Provo. Utah. ney, Philip Clarkson, a fee of
$1,500, making a total of
*ito Ordr '440,000.
itor Orders 4W. P. Hughes, U. S. district
k Investigation attorney, then asked 30 days
in which to obtain the money
from Washington to close the
er repeated requests of deal.


-called "Aronovitz" De-
rs Committee, Mr. G.
Caskill, County Solicitor
ide County announced
a .tIlr i. ,ma(A-nolh, iv


Woman Freed
In Auto Case


SWUIU IZICU LC,, ,U 1, MII- rs. Lillian Lewis, Miami
a thorough investiga- Beach, was discharged by
Sthe affairs of the now Warren L. Newcomb, peace
t Bank of Bay Bis- justice, following a prelimin-
ary hearing yesterday on
he present time the so- charge of manslaughter in
the death of Edward Trembb-
Burdine committee is. lay, 9, of ,s 64. We, 10tS-t.
waiting the signatures who was struck and killed by
depositors, while the her car June 15.
Bank .depositors com- The hearing was advanced
has urged that the from today because of her
of attorney urged by nervous condition which re-
ird:ne Bank committee suited in her collapse during
signed. The second de- the session.
.s are now holding an Release was recommended
lent which permits the by G. A. Worley, jr., assistant
tors to finally pass up- county solicitor, after the tes-
Sagreement instead of timony htd shown she was
r it to the discretion of taking her sick baby to a phy-
mmittee-alone. Accord- sician at the time of the ac-
a statement of the coin- cident. A coroner's jury ear-
they now have more lier in the day found her culp-
ne million dollars worth ably negligent.
osits signed in the of-
t 350 Seybold building. P. 0. Branches
Miami Beach Bank and
Co., one of the subsidi- TO Be Opened
ranks which closed be-'
of the failure of the Forced oy a constantly
bank, has presented a swelling total of new accounts
r the re-opening of the to decentralize the business,
whereby only thirty Postmaster 0. W. Pittman
t would be paid in announced plans for
orty-five per cent in today announced plans for
wo months and the re- opening branches of the gov-
-i tpernment postal savings banni
g twenty-five per cent eminent postal savings bank
be "frozen" indefinite- in the postoffices of Miami
finite action has etBeach and Coral Gables.
defnite action has yet A continuous increase in
ken by the depositors depositors, with receipts re-
S. I cently running as high as
I r th 5,000 to $70,000 a day, was
*ont ,ues iWork reported by Mr. .ittman. It
fli es W r keeps the clerks the cen-
Sitral station busy af all times,
regular weekly lumch- he said.
nai Brith was held at' The Coral Gables branch
latial Kosher Restau- will be established at once but
ast Wednesday noon the Miami Beach branch must
[r. Isac Levin presid- wait: wil the new building
ie discussion centered is opened next December, he
"'The future of Reform said.
in this country" and The increase in postal sav.
a very splendid. pg e en- i accounts which started
of some interesting eh this year- was swelled
jf soh r the closing, Jue 11, of
.axe..l ii. Sk of ay Bisca ne
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THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
A weekly newspaper published at
Miami. Florida
by
The Jewish Floridian Publishing
Company
652 S. W. FIRST STREET
Phone 2-8745


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


"COFFEE?"


Yankel was sick, so sick
that he could hardly drag
himself to the doctor's office.
And he knew just what made
him sick. The coffee. Until he
drank that coffee, he felt tip-
top. And then .... like a mil-
lion devils in a free-for-all
fight pummelling themselves
around in his stomach and he
getting the worst of it. That's
how he felt. The doctor looked
at his overcoated tongue and
smiled. "Did you eat anything
before that coffee?" he ask-
ed. "Sure," Yankel replied,
"but it wasn't them things
because I felt okay until I
drank that coffee. It was that
damn coffee that done it."
"What were them things you
had?" persisted the doctor.
"Oh, nothing' much," replied
--ur----Yaniok -"4At *seam ge-
fillte fish and chain, some
chopped liver, noodle and
mandlen soup, roast chicken,
a few fried potatoes, a nice
big lockshen koogel and ... "
"And bread, pickles, pie, some
beer, a schnapps on the side,
and some dessert?" queried
the doctor as he reached for
his prescription pad. "Yes,"
admitted Yankel. "But none
of them things didn't make
me sick doc, because it was
when I drank that coffee that
the terrible pain come into
me stomach and doubled me
up and' ... "
We wonder if that's the
story with modern Judaism
of today. The good old fash-
ioned religion of our fore-
fathers that helped the peo-
ple withstand the tortures of
Inquisitions and pogroms was
all bad. It needed moderniza-
tion. The prayers were out of
date. The method of the con-
ducting of services was bad.
We needed choirs, beautiful
synagogues. Sisterhoods and
brotherhoods. Dances, above
all social work. And yet ...
and Yet ... Did you read
the little press notice? Rabbi
Berman in an address before
the conference of American
Reform Rabbis at Providence
last week during the course
of a debate said "Reform
.:udaism has paralyzed Jewry
by destroying its interest in
t. .d:tlonal faith." Recently
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of
Cleveland emphasized the
fact that more traditional
practices must be brought in-
to the Jewish home to pre-
serve Judaism. He called upon
his people to observe Sabbath
and such fundamental be-
-iefs. "Reform, he said, "is


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Friday, July 4, 1980


TiTE SOCIETY


Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Becker and fostered by the Work.
Ssr.; left last week on the mens' Circle. Miss Merlin is a
Little Mary's grandmother I, taking in (besides the air) steamer Majestic for a five graduate of the Arbeiter Ring
had a great weakness for His egg-like dome with grunge months tour of Europe anSchool and is prominent in its
peppermints, and one day of hair Palestine. Mr. Becker is presi- ch and isr of the nentit
Mary, who had been a very From mirth can scarcely dent of Congregation Beth oeleO ers of the new
good girl, was given one of keep-le! Jacob, Miami Beach and one formed. cidrens club were
the peppermints as a reward. of its founders. He is also tWe elected last Frday afternoon
The child suckked it greed- I have certain vague connip- founder of the Aged Home at ,
ily, as if she had tasted no tions, Toronto, Canada. Mr. Jos. M. Lipnitz left this
food before like it. Her joy, Rare old cerebral inscriptions, week t attend thannual
however, was short-lived, for Of a beatific, spondelific The Sisterhood of Temple o at t te annual
presently grandmother saw beaut; Israel will be hosts at an all convention of the Aetna Life
the child take the sweet from Cause m3 many trepidations, day beach and bridge party Insurance Company at Mac-
h-r mouth and place it by the For I dream that I've been at the Roman Pools Casino kinac, Mich., after which he
open window. tossed the well known Miami Beach, next Monday will visit New York city,
"What's the matter, boot. beginning at 10 a. m. and last- Pittsburgh and other points
Mary?" inquired the old lady. ing until 5:30 p. m. The en- north. He is expected to re-
"Don't you like your sweet?", Oh, these ninety-day vaca- t:re facilities of the Pools' turn about the middle of Au-
"Rather, grandmother!" re- tions, have been placed at the dis- gust.
plied Mary politely. "I'm only In these distant habitations, posal of the guests and in- *
waiting for it to cool a bit." Cause m. unknown days of clude lockers, towels, etc. All Mr. H. M. Drewitch is still
solitary woe; are asked to bring their lunch confined to his home at the
SToothless dogs have-soft Oh, Lhope my late direction with them and make an en- Wonderview Apartments as
snaps. Isn't wasting her affection tire day of it with their fam- the result of a severe illness.
s On these college guys with lilies. Refreshments will be He is now convalescing, and
Many people want assis- whom she likes to go. served and bridge will be play- his many friends wish him a
tance-and a few really need ed. The charges for every- very speedy recovery.
it. It is easy to offend people thing will be only 75 cents *
who have no use for you for an adult and 35 cents for Mr. Manuel 'Rippa well
There is no peace for the children. The committee in known communal worker and
would-be peacemaker who Nothing will so completely Icharge consists of Mesdames president of the Chesed Shel
butts in. blind a man as throwing gold J. A. Richter, P. Scheinberg, Emes which he organized is
dust in his eyes. H. I. Homa, Lewis Brown, still confined to his home as
Even people who take i h Gordon Davis and Dave Roth. I the result of a serious illness
things easy are likely to Many a man is a pessimist Those attending are assured which at one time threatened'
draw the line at castor oil. because he is married and of having an exceptionally tocause the loss of his sight.
can't forget it. pleasant time amidst the fin- His many friends are rejoic-
The bride-elect doesn't mind a est surroundings. ing that he is improving and
The brid-lc dn mindn Will shortly leave his bed.
being caught in a linen or A marriage may be ar- s' *.
china shower. ranged in heaven if the irl Mr. and Mrs. Weinkle cele- and
Ranged in heaven if the girl M r. and Mrs. Samuel Bec-
has no mother to act as a pro- brated the Bar Mitzva of er left Saturday for New
It isn't difficult for the mother. their son Jerome a et het York and n and
average man to stay married David Synagogue last Satur- and I
after he gets used to it. Many a man who appears day. Cantor I. H. Pekarsky ti~ toreturn to Miami
S* to be a deep thinker merely conducted the services and c .n te fl.
wise old lawyer ss has pn is Jeromeected the blesssings -rbeatif weddin
is lawyer sy has a new pain and w i-_..
that- a -croos-s eamlfisfo aderingwi t caused it. aid Haftorah ign amu r ally sole ed last S ua
should always be a good-na- splendid manner. After the was sem ed last Sun
tured one. Jackson and his wife were services theworshippers were heeth David Synagogue
S'doing a little fly hunting invited to the Talmud Torah .wen Miss Florence Gilman
When a womap bedraggled atout the house. auditorium where a splendid I heG anouhter hof M became
Lird hopped listlessly over the "How many have you diner had been prepared for the bride of Raymond I. Bain
autumn lawn and nobody no- caught?" she asked after a all the worshippers and t^ n ;ain of
ticed him. "Fickle, fickle while. guests. Mr. M. H. Rosenhouse the son oi rsA. Bain f
fame!" he chirped hoarsely. "Six," replied her husband, president of Beth David ac- .which was
"To think that I was hailed as "three males and three fa- ted as toastmaster and pre- beautifully decorated with
last spring's first robin!" males." sented Jerome who spoke on bket ofy cu lowers and
"How could you tell if they the duties of a Bar Mitzva. assets cutloers, andl
Most people come to see the were males or females?" He was followed by Rabbi I. festooned with ferns wnas brl
zoo, "Easy. my dear," retort- H. Weisfeld who spoke on iantly illuminated when the
But I, to see the people; ed. "Three were on the su- children and parents at Bar rmg bearer marched upalta
For instance, there's the fat gar and three were on the Mitzva age. A very enjoyable when at the same time the
man who mirror." time was had by all. Mr. E. power girl marched intheo-
In penquin strut and prancing Gordon teacher of the boy fowers agile ma heywered fol
gnu was complimented upon the ao e by the maid of honor
Finds fun that's rather cheap- "Poor Bill may have had very creditable performance: Vilma R^oe. As the
le; his faults, but his heart was of Jerome. Jerome is the M ae dressed in a beautiful
While I gaze at his triple chin on the right side!" "Is that grandson of Mr. Louis Wein- b g ^e marched the
And, holding laughter well so? No wonder he died!" kle, treasurer of Beth David, white gown marc up the
within and his mother is an active aisle on the arms of her father
within, .....is .. ..... .. active av ..t .. th- ,vna
Enjoy myself a heap-le! The Girl-Friend says that worker of the Ladies' Auxili- and mother, the bgry Her
Saone of the little oddities of ary. m arched accompanied bro-
He, pausing by the monkey this game called life is that a man Gil man, the bride's bro-
house, man can become so self-cen- Miss Yetta Shapiro of Jack- a b ma, anhe s
Grins as he gets a peep-le tered that he is really off his sonville, Fla., is visiting her al "unterfihrer. tre f the
At Mr. Monkey and his spouse balance. sisters, Mrs. M. Pepper and pah set in the wth
Who scratch their heads and Mrs. L. Leibovitz of Miami altar and decorated with
kill a louse A dog's bark isn't as bad and will be their guest during white roses and flothwers wiage
And then drop off to sleep-le;' as his bite, but it lasts longer. the summer. h h s erte roamed
perfectly free to return to real religion of our forefath- As a result of the visit of by Rabbi. Isrel H. Weisfeld
traditional Judaism." T h e ers (call it the coffee, if you Miss A. Merlin of Atlanta, of Beth David. Buddy Weber
Sentinel, a Jewish weekly of please,) that caused the ill- Ga to the Arhoitome played the wedding marh


Sfrom s A henfn as the mrch
Chicago commenting editor- ness? Or, was it the added week, the children of the local from Lorhenan as
ially says "Reform is every- t imming of doing away with Workmens Circle School were marched to e altar and
where tending to greater con- this and doing away with foi med into a social and liter- played the recessional a
servation. Anyone who re- that, adding gradually a ary organization to be known the ceremony. After the ce
fuses to admit this fact simp-'Christmas tree here, and a as the Children's Club and m at the Synaoe s
ly fails to see what is taking Sunday observance in the will be affiliated with similar present k f refre
place in American Reform." iSynagogue there. clubs which are being estabments, wf ad been pr
As witness the return of It seems to us that adhere- lished throughout the county vded for the .
the "Kol Nidre" music to the ing to the plain and simple by the Arbeiter Ring The o- The me ers of the t
Reform prayer book together fare is not only a good rule in ject will be to afford the chil- ate fa 5-thel entte
with the "Hatikvoh" as deter-.'dieting, but may be applied dren an oortunity to the Alisw el where
m ned by the Rabbis at Provi- to religion as well. Why add tinue the education giv elabote d, er had beef
dence last week. trimmings that have been them at the school and at nte ppWed or ti. T. eyo
We wonder whether it real- found wanting and blame it same time in a social way to-to sp nd:th .h P
ly was the observance of the on the COFFEE? 'carry on he wok ponsred


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Friday, July 4, 1980


SOCIETY

(Continued from Pate 2)
Havana and will return in
several weeks.
Mr. Bain a native of Eng-
land is a member of an old
'Sephardi" family and spent
a number of years in South
America before he came to
Miami where he is establish-
ed in business. Miss Gilman
is a native of Montgomery,
Ala., and is a graduate of the
Cass Technical School of De-
troit, Mich. The couple will
make their home in Miami.
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Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Blanck
were the hosts at a very elab-
orate reception at their home
in Shenandoah last Sunday
night in honor of the engage-
ment of their daugther Min-
nie to Mr. Samuel Golden-
blank.
A large number of guests
called to extend their felicita-
tions and good wishes. The
home as well as the patio
were beautifully decorated
with cut flowers and ferns
The large. dining room table
was covered with an old Ital-
ian Renaissance table cloth
with beautiful silver candela-
bra forming the centerpiece.
Sweets and confections of all
kinds were served during the
evening. In the receiving line
were Mr. and Mrs. P. G.
Blanck, Mr. and Mrs. Golden-
blank, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rubin, Miss Millicent Rubin
and Miss Beatrice Golden-
blank in addition to the
guests of honor Miss Minnie
Blanck and her fiancee. A
"'ategrafmtfronrMr.'and -Mrs.
Moe Rippa on board the S.S.
Majestic mid-ocean was re-
ceived, congratulating the
couple.
*
Mrs. B. C. Akin will leave
tomorrow for a two months
visit in New York with her
daughter, b is. A. A. Roth.
*0 *
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ep-
stein, whose wedding was an
event of last month here, are
visiting at :the Grove Park
Inn, Asheville. They will re-
main there for some time be-
fore going to Canada and re-
turning to Miami. Mrs. Ep-
stein was Miss Reba Engler.
*
Mana Zucca, nationally-
known composer, left Sunday,
accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Zucca, and her son, Mar-
vin Cassel, for New York.
Tehy will return to Miami in
October.
*
A rather pleasant surprise
to their' many friends in Mi-
ami was the announcement of
the engagement of Miss Jean
Kohn of Springfield, Mass., to
Mt.. Fred Platt the popular
Treasurer of the Friendship
League of this city. The an-
nouncement was made at a


dinner at the Coral Gables
Country Club last Sunday
evening when the following
friends of the couple were
present: Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pal-


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lott, Miss Elsie Weinberger,
Miss Nona Safen, Miss Ida
Mandelbaum,. Albert Pallott,
Mrs. Harry Schulman, Dave
Schulman and Gill Ornrstein.
The wedding will take place
in the early fall. The prospec-
tive bride returned to her
home in Springfield after
having been the house guest
of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Klein for the past five
weeks. Mr. Platt is originally
from 'Savannah, Ga., and is
now connected with the firm
of Alex. Goldstein.

Orchid and green formed
the color motif used for the
delightful bridge shower giv-
en on the mezzaniine of the
Alcazar hotel, last week
by Miss Lila Tobin in cour-
tesy to Miss Norma Wolf,
bride-elect of Harold G. Tob-
in.
-High bridge score was won
by Mrs. Stanley Myers; sec-
ond, Mrs. J. H. Katz; third,
Miss Miriam Orovits, and
consolation, Mrs. Ernest
Wolf.
Guests besides those men-
tioned were the Misses Fran-
ces Druckerman, Rose Mary
Gerson, Dora Rosenhouse,
Lois Levin, Irene Farr, Syl-
via Farr, Minnie Blanck, Mil-
licent Rubin, Harriet Salzberg
Flo Alpert,, Ida Weingarten,
Dora Weingarten, Lena Bol-
ber, Lee Kosonoff, Lora Kolm
Tillie Predinger, Ida Sch-
wartz, Lyle Chisling, Ethel
Tobin, yiola Kotz, Minnie
Furman, Sadie Silverstein.
Mesdames. Max Aronovitz,
Aaron Kanner,- A. Farr, Lou
Baron, Jack Lear, Irving
Greenfield, Lou Heiman, N.
W. Boyer, Joseph Weintraub,
Ed. Wexler, Billy Gerstle, M.
Wesson, Jessie Weiss, Joseph
'Crorer, -& H. ats ,eB. -an-
die, John Way, S. M. Tobin, E.
Herzog, Pete Simons, M.
Klemptener and V. B. Grovot.
Al Stein, Mary Shapiro, Ern-
est Way, Joe Lutsky, Charles
Tobin, A. Goshen, Milton
Winer, Henry Spitzer, Dave
Solomon, Morris Solomon, Al-
bert Dubbin, Joe Schwartz,
and Herbert Sepler.
*
The Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah will sponsor the first
of'their summer card parties
at the Columbus hotel, on
Tuesday, July 8th, at 8 p. m.
Miss Rose Mary Gerson and
Mrs. Morris Small, the host-
esses for the evening, assure
all of a real delightful even-
ing. All members and friends
are invited. For reservations
and for further information
please get in touch with Mrs.
Barney Weinkle, chairman,
202 Ocean Drive, telephone
5-3764. Other summer activi-
ties planned for Hadassah will
be announced at a later date.
o *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Robin-
son left last week by motor
for New York City, where
they will spend the summer,
returning to Miami in the ear-
ly fall.
*
Mrs. Morris Pepper enter-
tained last week at a bridge


party in her home in honor of
Miss Yetta Shapiro, of Jax-
sonville, Fla., her sister. The
home was decorated with


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gladiolas, ferns and a profu-
sion of tropical plants. First
prize was won by Miss Sadie
Silber'stein, and the other
prize by Louise Leibowitz,
while the consolation was won
by Mrs. Hartz. At a late hour
refreshments were served.
Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. L. Leibowitz,
Mr. and Mrs. Rothford, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Rubinstein, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack August, Mr.
and Mrs. Hartz, Mr. and Mrs.
Bennie Silver, Bill.Levens, S.
Silberstein, Dorothy Kaplan,
Sydney Pepper, Max Shapiro,
the guest of honor and Mr.
and Mrs. M. Pepper.
*
Mrs. S. Rohald, accompan-
ied by. her baby, left last week
for St. Louis, Mo., to visit her
parents. She will spend the
summer there and will return
to Miami about October.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Fried-
man 'and Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Frank left Wednesday night
for Havana, Cuba, to attend
the Shriner's initiation cere-
mohies. They will return the
end of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
left by motor Thursday for
New York City and other
points North and will return
to Miami in September.
*
Beginning a series of bene-
fit bridge luncheons for the
benefit of the Talmud Torah
which is sorely in nned of
funds, Mrs. Sam Futterfass
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next Wednesday at 1 p. m. at the Talmud Torah are urged
her home 3149 Hibiscus st., to attend. Reservations may
Coconut Grove. All friends of be made by phoning 2-1059.



J BUSINESS DIRECTORY


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

BAGS and METALS
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 Yoar Every Want

FISH & SEA FOODS
STANDARD FISH CO.
62s W. Flasr St.
Phone 2-831


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

CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Dr. A. D. Halpern, Ph. G. Ph. D.
Prescriptions Our Specialty
128 N. Miami Ave. Phone 29713

PIPE and STEEL

ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone 21426
A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
Phone 81355
53 North East 25th Street

PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
"Printing That Pays"
Phone 23261
107 South Miami Avenue
AUTO PARTS
BLOOM AUTO REPAIR
& PARTS CO.
N. W. 17th Avr. at 23rd St.
Phone 2S81
The Largest car wreeers in
Florida


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is of paramount importance
to good health and attained
through play and mental di-
version.
*
In order to maintain good
health wp muiat ever igruard


GOOD HEALTH against the great menaces of
By good health we mean our modern civilization, such
not only the freedom from as, lack of physical exercise
disease and ill effects but al- due to modern machinery,
so the possession of that overeating, constipation, keep
state of healthfulness result- ing away from people afflict-
ing in our being able to get ed with communicable di-
the most out of life both phy- seases, cults, quacks, patent
sically and mentally. There is medicines, the drinking of
real joy, comfort, and happi- bootleg whiskey much of
ness in being healthy, which contains harmful or
deadly ingredients the inges-
Good health, as a rule, can tion of which may result in
be acquired if we would only quick death, paralysis, per-
be willing to pak the price manent blindness or a hope-
which in a limited number of lessly crippled invalid. Final-
instances entails a few hard- ly, visit a physician once or
ships as abstaining from twice a year for a health ex-
foods that we relish and know amination for the purpose of
are harmful to our digestion discovering any defects, faul-
and foods that are contra-in- ty habits of hygiene with a
dicated in disease like Dia- view to their correction.
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betes, neart conditions, Kil-
neys, high blood pressure and
allied diseases.
*


HOW TO LIVE
.By .
DR. BARNEY WEINKLE


TODAY and


Personal hygiene is essen-I TOMORROW
tial for the maintenance of
good health as living or
spending a part of our time (Continued from Page 1)
out in the great outdoors, en- the refreshments served in-
joying in abundance both cluded tea from India and bis-
fresh air and sunshine which cuts from England.
are very, very essential to For every dollars worth of
good health; proper selection goods the United States sells
and mastication of foods abroad we must eventually
suitable to our individual buy a dollar's worth from the
needs; drinking from six to country which we buy from.
eight glasses of water there- That is the long and short of
by. aiding Jn the elimination
of the poisonous waste pro-
ducts of the body through the Comb sets Hair Coloring
kidneys, bowel, sweat glands, Finger Wave
etc. and in the hot summer Telephone 2-0438
months due to the increased Rouge Box
perspiration and evaporation l ge
of which our bodies are cool- FRANCES JOHNSON
ed; daily laths or at least Prop.
twice weekly; scrupulous 815 S. W. 17th Ave.
care of the teeth, eyes, ears,
nose and throat, immediate MIAMI, FLA.
correction of any existing de-
fects under the supervision!
of competent physicians;
learn to love our work and FREE
find real enjoyment in doing'
same well; proper physical $50 y GOLD
and mental exercises in ac- $50INGOLD
cord with the needs of our FOR A NAME
individual constitutions to-
gether with relaxation which -We must have a name for
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Undertaking Co.
29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
Phones 23535-31624


Ever believing in the preser-
vation of Health in God's
Own Country, we have de-
dicated ourselves to the pro-
duction of the finest and
purest
MILK
For the Baby and the Adult
Our own old Fashioned
BUTTERMILK
Poultry and day old Eggs

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CERTIFIED

DAIRY
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Florida's First Certified
Dairy
Miami 'Phone 2-8881
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AMBULANCE SERVICE
W. H. Combs Co, Estab. 1896
COMBS FUNERAL HOME
Phone Miami 32101
1539 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI BEACH FUNERAL ROME
Phone M. B. 5-2101
1236 Wuhlagton Ave.


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all the talk about tariffs and nautical mile, which Is OI800 'l i of the Brit
imports and the export trade, feet longer than the land., ,C ,of toh Samuel
Smile; so a speed of 80 knots Cta~d t the Brit.
SHIPS means 34 1-2 miles an hour. Atltic8 ours on the
The Germans now hold the The U. S. Shipping Board Atla years ago.
record for speed of traps-At- in conjunction with the Post ff
lantic ships, but both the Uni- Office Department is arrang-
ted States and England are ing with American steamships RIVATE INSTRUCTIONS
preparing to take it away companies to build two ships AT YOUR HOME
from them. The Cunard Line, even faster than the new FOR CHILD OR ADULT
which is the oldest of all Cunarder. It will take three In Ah Branches of Hebrew
ocean steamship lines, an- or four years to build them. reaone b n
ounces that it will build a They will be good advertis- At reaonable price, by an ex,
craft 1,000 feet long, carry- ing for the United States but periened Yornd ble edaeogi e
ing 4,000 passengers, which probably will not earn their Give r Child A Jewish
will make a speed of thirty keep. The deficit will be made ucat
knots per hour and will cost up in what the Government E. GORDON
between 20 and 25 million dol- pays the Company operating 1620 N. W. 1st St. Phone 2-1398
lars. A knot, by the way, is a them for carrying the mails. --- '.--
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