The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 25, 1930
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00074

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Vol. III.-No. X


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Miami, Florida, Friday, July 25, 1930


New Bank To Open
At Miami Beach
Confirmation of E. D.
Keefer as liquidator of the


Price 5 Cents


JEWISH NEWS
THROUGHOUT
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Miami Beach Bank and Trust
Co. last Wednesday by Judge F
Barnes of the Circuit Court, FORT MYERS, FLA.
removed the last obstacle to Mrs. Simon Loeb and her
the opening of the new City guests, Mrs. I. Kessler, and
Bank of Miami Beach. The Mrs. MI. Henry Cohen of Tam-
charter of the new Bank was pa, will return to Fort Myers
TEMPERATURE approved by Ernest Amos, today after a visit in Miami.
An Italian inventor has develop- State Comptroller, and assures They were the guests of Mrs.
ed a heat-cooling furnace for dom- the depositors of the Miami Cohen's daughter, Mrs. A.
estic use. *The same apparatus Beach Bank and Trust Co. an Cohen.
which keeps the house warm in immediate payment of fifty
Winter will draw the heat from per cent to unsecured depos-
the air in Summer and keep it per cent to unsecured depos- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
cool. itors, and an assurance that Fred Meyerheim, president
Scientists have known for eighty eventually the depositors will and general manager of
years that this could be done, but RICHARDSON SAUNDERS receive close to 100 per cent Furchgott's Department Store
the cost hasmade it impractib President of New Miami Beach of their deposits. MAX OROVTZ left last week for New York
Now, cms to h av ound a praci- a nk and Peron Miami R epesenate The most encouraging fea- Director in New Miami Beach on a combined business and
an, claims to have found a practi- Bank and Personal Representative Bank and Prominent Figure in its pleasure trip. He will visit the
cal method of making such a re- of J. C. Penney. Bank and Prominent Figure in its pleasure trip. He will visit the
frigerator-heater. Orgaization.market centers in the East,
The use of such a means of ar-ill buy materials for the
ficial cooling requires all windows Beth David Rabbi and will uy materials for the
to be tightly close. Outside of Atlanta Rabbi Ja on store.
the United States, however, few ReturnsTo M Mr. Meyerheim was accom-
people ever open their windows; tUrs ToM iamI Re Elected panied on the trip by Mrs.
and it should not be difficult to ___ _Electe Meyerheim. They traveled by
provide for artificial ventilation to Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld ofs Clyde Line steamer.
take the place of direct fresh air Rabbi H. H. Epstein was re-
from outside. Beth David returned to Miami elected for a three-year period
Slate Thursday after having ST. AUGUSTINA, FLA.
SHERLOCK Tavias Rabbi of the Orthodox
spent his vacation in the Services were held last Sat-
The death of Sir Arthur Conan spent his vacation in the Congregation of Atlanta, Ga.i urday in the Synagogue

of the enduring characters in fic- the Rabbinical convention in younger Orthodox Rabbis of for the naming of the infant
tion and the father of a new school New York City, and spent the South, and is a nephew of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
of story writing.
Educated as a physician, Conan some time in Toronto, where the famous Rabbi Epstein of Glickstein born on Satur-
Doyle early turned to literature, he was .giuenba a.owr -nthusi-.. the Slobodka Yeshiva. His dayn uly M5. The child ha
and while he wrote several histor- astic reception. He will resume congregation recently built a Ln named Mar Roberta
ical novels of great merit, ins im- his duties as Rabbi of Beth splendid new Syngogue build- Glickstein and was born at
mense success was with his stories id i edited the Flagler hospital, weigh-
of the super-detective, Sherlock David immediately and is ing. pal
Holmes. Literally millions of cop- making plans for his course at ing six and one half pounds.
ies of his books about Sherlock the University of Miami. i M a Named
Holmes have been sold, and the Mrs. Weisfela is expected II IanS aIed TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
name is familiar wherever English to return to Miami in time for tn Funeral services for A.
is spoken. yState LegionWahnish, who died suddenly
No real detective ever did things the High Holidays in the lat-Wahnish,
the way Sherlock Holmes aid, but ter part of September. .ii- Saturday afternoon were con-
that makes no difference. What Rabbi Weisfeld expressed Appointment of a number ducted at the residence, Col-
readers of dective stories want his pleasure at returning to of Miamians to committee lege avenue and Calhoun St.,
not fact but illusion. Miami to be again with his .posts the American Legion, at 4:30 o'clock. Rabbi Acker-
WASHINGTON many friends and loyal sup- C. L. CLEMENTS department of Florida, have man, of Meridian, Miss., offi-
In 1932 the United States of porters and expressed the Vice President and Cashier of dating.
America will celebrate the 200th opinion that from information, New Miami Beach Bank, Opening been announced by C. Howard Sarvices at Oakland ceme-
birthday of George Washington. gathered by him in the North, August First. Rowton, department adments tery were conducted at 5
He was born on February 11, 1732, Miami would have a banner a. e: Drum and bugle corps, o'clock by the Masonic order,
and the 11th was the day which winter season, tura of the development is the Hrvey R. Payne, chairman, members of Jackson lodge No.
manys ear t te cha this birthday fact that now Miami Beach soldiers' home location, C. H. 1 attending in a body.
calendar in 1754, by which 11 days in T nd t will have an exceptionally Reeder, chairman; rehabilita- Active pallbearers were Leo
were dropped out of the month of strong bank with the backing tion, Harry Frain, chairman; J. Gelberg, Benjamin Gilberg,
September in that year, made this pe ia rvi s of the City National Bank in radio, Joe Frank, chairman; Sam Robbins, W. B. Moore,
anniversary, by an exact calcula- Miami interests. The new and aviation, Dan Chappell, ir., Tom Andrews and W. A.
Thenatonal elebration of 1932, n president of the City Bank of chairman. Bass.
The national celebration of 1932, Cantor S. Nathan originally rMiami Beach, Mr. Richardsonf The hononary pallbearers
for which Congress has appropri- originayMiami Beach, Mr. Richardson The honorary pallbearer
ated $4,500,000, will last from Feb- from Roumania, where he ser- Saunders is well known in fi- ing into effect the plans to were L. C. Yaeger, George E.
ruary 22 to Thanksgiving. The ved as Cantor in some of the nancial circles, being the per- a ah a Bank Lewis, A. C. Siller, Joe
President is chairman of the foremost congregations, and sonal representative of J. C. ve Mam Beach a Bank Schreiber, Bob Phillips, Asher
Washington Bicentennial Commis- now cantor of Cong. Emunath Penney multi-millionaire cap- which will leave no doubt in Frank, Peres B. McDougall,
similar commission. Local on- Israel of New York City, now italist and merchant, on the the minds of depositors that W. S. Murrow, Harmon Ball,
cittees will be formed to see to it on a visit through the South board of the City National the very acme of protection Sam Mendelson and H. J. Sil-
that every child and every citizen will chant the Friday night Bank in Miami and other Pen-'for depositors has been achiev- berstein.
has an opportunity to take part and Saturday services at Beth ney interests. Mr. Charles L. ed. Every facility for the con- Many business establish-
n pe s tt hetm of oc Welaebrhan David, beginning at 7:30 Fri- Clements who will be Vice- venience and accommodation ments closed in the afternoon
ton as something between a saint day night, and at a. m. Sat- President and Cashier is well- of depositors and merchants out of respect for the deceas-
and a demi-god, so long perpetuat- urday morning. According to known to residents of Miami of Miami Beach has been ar- ed.
ed in the name of patriotism, will reports from those who have Beach and has an exceptional- ranged. Mr. Wahnish was a pioneer
be replaced in the public mind by heard him in the past, those ly large number of friends The new Bank will begin in the production of tobacco
the impression of him as a very who will attend will be for- there. Acting as Directors in operations on next Friday, and manufacture of cigars in
human sort of person, out I am
afraid not. tunate in having the oppor- addition to the officers are Aug. 1st, at 9 a. m. at which Leon county and was greatly
T tunity of listening to a "Cha- Hugh H. Gordon, jr., presi- time all of the officers and esteemed by all who knew
MOUNTAINS zon" with a thorough knowl- dent of the City National Bank board will be on hand to greet him.
The highest peak east of the edge of Jewish liturgy able to in Miami, Max Orovitz, Louis the depositors, and will use He was well-known through
Mississippi isn't as high as had chant in the manner particu- Karlebach, Harry G. Retalick, the banking house of the old out Florida and many friends
been thought. The United States larly beloved of traditional and H. S. Bastian. Of the bank at Collmns avenue and attended from Jacksonville,
Geological Survey has made a new
survey of Mount' Mitchell, in North Jewry. board, Louis Karlebach, prom- Sixth street. i Miami, Tampa, Pensacola and
Carolina, and finds that it is 6,684 inent merchant of Miami After the opening of the' other cities.
feet above sea level, or 24 feet low- or 12 feet less than a mile. The Beach, and Max Orovitz of the bank the officers and board -
er than former figures. highest American mountain is
Only a few mountains in the Mount McKinley, Alaska, 20,300 City National Bank in Miami,' are to be tne guests of the' TAMPA, FLA.
East approximate a mile in height feet high, with Mount Whitney, are Jews. I merchants of Miami Beach at George L. Gadea has been
Clingmai's Dm.e, Tennessee,. is California, next, at 14,501 feet. Great credit is being given a banquet being planned in appointed athletic director of
6,644 feet, only a feet lower than All the highest mountains are to Max Orovitz who repre- their honor, full details of the Y. M. H. A., Jack Sclar,
Mount Mitchell. Mount Washing- sinking. In a millions years even
ton, in New Hampshire, is 6,288; the Rockies may be merely hills sented the City National Bank which will be announced in the, executive director, announced
Mount Rogers, Virgiua, 5,268 feet, and the Appalachian range a flat interests in the formation of next issue of the Jgwish last week. Gadea was physi-
BK atahdin, Maine, 5,268 feet, plain, the new Bank, for the carry-' Floridian. (Continued on Page 4)


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


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THE JEWISH t< THE


FLORIDIAN

A Week'y Newspaper
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
by the
JEW!'IH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.

107 SOUTH MIAMI AVE.


J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
P. 0. Box ^973


Miami. Flcrida Phone 5-1731
WEST PALM BEACH OFFICE:
414 Eighth Street
Mrs. M. Schrebnick. Representative
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JtST A THOUGHT

Tho ,se o:f' us T' T a: ki.:d. d a



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Sci:.oif icinoly i-pparentt (?e
a1- we; n..an. w so seif-

(,.':id n-i hi4p l4;it hearken
back To wIst KKn:g Soomon
an:d in his famous '"PRO-
VERBS" find;:
"'He that ateth dissembleth
with his lips.
Bu: he layetn up deceit
within him.
When he -seaketh fair. be-
I(Ve himn n.::
-. Jtere i -eve-. ai,.n:na-
; i: .-s in I..: heart.
T *. -. h r:.atred i'e c-on-
(-ai -d w :h, deceit.
Hi- vicikedrne: shall i-e re-
a ed b,.. ,'- :he C.,ngrega-

SW]-;.. d.c-c :!-, tb pi shall
fall therE.:r.
And h, ihai r'.eth a stne.
: s a. ,t:^::. -,'.,r, him .
.LOAST NOT THYSELF OF
TO-MORR OW :
FOR THOU' KNCWEST NOT
WHAT A DAY MAY
BRING FORTH.


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Professor- When water is
converted to ice. what is the
most important change that
tekes place?
Bright Pupil The change


in price.


* *


Man was made 'fore'" o-
mnan in order. perhaps. to give
him time to think up some
Likely answers to her first
questions.

In a modern electrically
cquiipped home. practically
everythingg is controlled by:
-w.tc.hes. except the children.
*
A machine for composing
music has been invented. We
hope sonme!iody is busy invent-
ing one to listen to the results.

A New York restaurant
cwner, so they say. bought
Th largest 'go.fsh 1owl he
could find. filled it with water.
a:;nd ut it in the window, with
Lhis sien: "Filled with invis-
,ibe igodfsh from Argentina."
it took 17 policemen to han-
dle the crowd.

"We have been. married
vc:-y-fifve years," she said
n, .i i d, "'and my husband
:-never deceived me once. I
can tell when the scamp's ly-
ing-every time '."

T t t~-~t-.'-n.a:; of the future
\.. ot iboa-t that he was
orn. in a log cabin, but in his
lcicga'..y hy he will write,
"my people were a one-car
:am:lyv.
*
A house-to-house salesman
aniri utes his extraordinary
success to the use of five
words, when a woman opens
tmh door: "Miss. is your moth-
er in?"

The girl friend say. Na-
,r'.-generos:ty is wonderful
- .-t see hoxw she throws in
a : o, cf freckles with the
a.'c'ag~ c(oal of tar:.
C *
A wonderful r.ma i- the crite
:'. he Chrl-;ilan. Turk cr
Semittc.
in, a -suon of a daze
:e ?'eesps throLc-n ,play
: can be. mo-t analytic.
*
.e gir] friend saxs noth-
.'- iVill cool a friendship like
a i--ited arcrumerM.
*
T'-. knocker has a large
iu1d.ene because he gives a
.r- show.


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:': ': ,',T :: .k i a ri ..- i.Io .
n :.. L ty s n ..itr.ii wiheel-
EI WE!N.KLE : r u: a- :-..ri\eyez ty crying
.. :._*.._'i r v ro.t halna- wt.:-( lic:ea.
Sr c r. n-.' .
H riROPH(Bl .. r.-e. u. alli ',e our dg. s
H r r: da : L' .v LenF. I.. .tia
S. .. t : :r nt : n ur-
't ., ""^ :.' : ;7- : *I ;:'fa':' ,i :',s.! ',:'Ylt- Tii t'l.l1-
"i : '. : L' : u-
:., "' .. ,.-- -t: .t'lay. *if .U.i:c!t'- b,;, L.. c"Ti-
Ser ave OLT Cj..I- in,-
*..' '. a.ii.:". : ri,.' .'- d t. ;.:n. : raties ,r i -.ULzzitd.
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S7'r: c(-n.. in mar.. it becomes
s .". E. .. --
S. '.. .A;L. : : .-- 'i St Fe ,: :L'- -eta,,..
-,t..L -,L .'. ,.: ,;: \ i -L: ,. ". dr.:e t ,-'-o
: : vtw of cradic-:,ng or de-
SUL. '.- i ..;.- I : .!, e nc a IL 1 rahie:-
..r.,(t ;: ,, tht ;: ..' ; l.. iOo f'.'C t.
v.,,:. .~ s.ds- d b- T'-. rearer trn w .r:nci are i
h :.. thty :.,. ::a.r, lhe- mr.rE scr-iuj;L they are
:. i. .r. on- aan -ould rec.c-:. :n.mediatE at-


SAny fcoo can write poetry,
but it takes a wise editor to
kecr it out of print.

C'othes do not make the
mans-unless he is a tailor and
makes the clothes.
*
Nature gives every man a
character, but he must supply
his own reputation.

She is a wise young widow
who never lets an admirer.
know how wise she is.

There oomes a time in ev-
ery man's life when he feels
ustlfied in kicking himself.

B ing interesting often de-
,n ud uron who your audi-
ence is.

A committee is a perfect de-
vice for postponing action and
d.rvdcng resp]onis.ility.

I know a girl who is nice in
D ctn:.:er but summary' in
une.
*
I know a real estate man
who is not contented with his
lot.

I know a blond who fell in
'ove with a man and dyed for
him.

Cottager-If what you say
is true, that you love your
work, then why don't you
find some?
Tramp-Oh. madam, you
know love is blind!
*
Maid When I accepted
Jack he was in seventh hea-
ven.
Elsie--Of course. He's been
engaged to six other girls this
year.
*
Traffic Cop (to Bridget,
just overi-"Hev'! Didn't you
see me waving at you?"
Bridget-"Oi did that but
Oi'm telling ye. if Pat caught
you trying to flirt with me
he'd poke ye in the face!"
*
M:s. Newriche "I've al-
way: wanted nmy husband to
,e done in oil."
Mrs. Newpoor-"Poor John
; as core in oil last month and
we've had to sell the car and
mortgage the house."

Procrastination may also be
ithe thief of a good time.

It sometimes happens that
a man is married to his boss.


tieniion. If a physician canr
nad inmmed-ia:ely and the wT~u
\'ounas are:- abutm the fac(
read o'pen the wound or w
tru the thonttom. enrc-urape ble
cauterize -ith carbolic or
haid-preferably nitric. and
art:septlc dressing and hva
Trabic :-'itiiients .restitUC
A .. rjhcr ictrt-cmTCn-E1l i
r. u..r-. ,: u; ii the d'pg d
Sits zr.uar t n days. or killed i
r.T t. days .fLfi htinpg so
.: t c:.c co,7.p-a: :. Cor if tr
. I ncr( -r,. L: ais ii th dog
,pit rabies., die? under susp
c'rcunmsUtn.ei !s sick; but hiv
.r ton days. trneLt.entsi
. ip :,.im .nF we'.l I. tht- end
cay' obstrnL:- tLr. Th(rel,
possible d(, noi kill the dug
car. ti (anI:ured and safety
ed up for observation pur
otherwise kill the dog and sel
ni-ac T. the neare-i laborato
ar. examination.


iot be
ind or
e and
o(,unds
eding,
nitric
apply
I an-
ed a:
shouldd
ies in
in less
rniont
rj( dopr


WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
I have a friend who, after mitly years of hard wot
in subordinate positions, found himself suddenly near the
top of a big business. To his own surprise his income jumar
ed to more than a hundred thousand dollars a year.
*


A whole new world opened out before him.
magic all his dreams began to come true.
*


As if by


Did it change him? I cannot see that in any essential
characteristic it changed him at all. Not long ago when w
were alone he opened his heart.

"Here I am with a new house, and money in the bat.
and all my five children in college, and three automobile
And down underneath I am the same simple guy that used
to get eighteen dollars a week, and took three years to pay
for the piano. Somehow it doesn't seem right. I have t
get myself off in a corner once in a while and ask, what's
it all about?"
I know some other things about him that-he did not
tell me. I know that he is supporting fifteen or twenty
pie who haven't had such good luck. I know that he is t
lessons on the fiddle, which has been a secret ambition for
years. And I know that on Thanksgiving Day he marshals
his whole family and marches them down to church.
*
Sinclair Lewis named him, and others like him, Mr.
Babbitt. They are more like Jim Bludsoe, the Mississippi
River engineer.
.* *
Bludsoe didn't know what it was all about either. He
just did the day's work, running the steamboat back and
forth, raising his family, and living his life. One day when
a fire broke out he did the simple normal thing of sticking
to his post.
"I'll hold her nozzle against the bank
'Till the last galoot's ashore."
He was not a deep thinker, nor very religious, often
profane. But John Hay ventured the guess that
"The Lord ain't going to be too hard on a man
That gave his life for men."
My friend is rough like Bludsoe, and by no means
saint. "What's it all about?" he asks, and he will neve
know the answer any more than the rest of us. But he ha
done his job with courage; he stayed simple. He gives fre
ly. He has a humble sense of gratitude, and he has kept
his heart young.

Those qualities have been enough for this world. Some
how I think they'll be enough for whatever other world
may be.



Ri TH[ FAMIfl


DOCTOR

JOHN JOSEP H AINEM.D
"LOP-SIDED DIETS"
I picked this title up somewhere-and it impressed me
as being good to say to my readers; for the lop-sided method
is actually fitted for very, very few persons; never for those
in average health, and who expect to maintain it.
The physician's first duty, it seems to me. is to prevent
disease: his second-to cure it if possible; so, advice to the
healthy is certainly not untimely, its object being to keep
folks from getting sick.
Whenever a certain type of food is known to be harm-
ful to certain individuals, then it must be avoided. Sugar
and starches have long been restricted in diabetes, and
rightly so: but, for healthy men to adopt "vegetarian diet"
with a view of prolonging life thereby, seems to me most
absurd.
I may have stated before that, a dog can live on ani
mal food to a good old age; an'ox may do the same thi
with a strictly vegetable diet: but man is a different sort
from either. He requires a mixed diet, if he would feed th
intricate and multiple-united physical and mental demand
of his wonderful make-up. Man needs both animal and vege
ab.e--as well as mineral sustenance to keep him physical
fit.


cdeIei- This does not mean excess of any one element-and he
'I..us is his stumbling-block; too, too often, he yields to the
: the of a perverted appetite, and eats without judgment--
,, ten suffers accordingly: for gastronomic sins are never forgiV
.if they must be atoned for in actual distress.
She 1 have known many men who stuffed their bodies f
p1s- at six o'clock dinners-too busy to eat at prper hours;th
nd the aid their grief to meat! Meat, the great American bub"O
ry for White potatoes are as readily if eaten without jadgme t
intelligence and at unseemly hours


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: SOCIETY


r. and Mrs. Wm. Fried-
Sare making a house
ming at their new home,
r Southwest 29th Avenue
all friendsare invited as
r guests, Sunday, July 27,
;:00 p. m.
*
surprise birthday party
given for Miss Irene
r, at their home, 1315 S.
Fhird street. Dancing was
yed and later children's
es were played as the
Its were in juvenile cos-


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Gables, Tuesday evening for
members of the Fortnightly
Book Review club. Mrs. Al-
bert E. Rosenthal reviewed
"Young Man of Manhattan"
by Catherine Brush.
*
Mrs. Clara Zavon, 217 Bis-
cayne street, Miami Beach,
sailed on the SS. Mohawk for
a visit to her sons in New
York City.
*
Beth Jacob Sisterhood of
Miami Beach is sponsoring a
benefit card nartv at the Mav-


o decide on the most on- field Court Apartments, 730
l make-up, a grand march Pennsylvania avenue, Miami
held with Eddie Cohn, Beach, for next Wednesday
k Miller, and H. H. Farr evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Sam
udges. Prizes were award- Blanck and Mrs. Ed Reiman
o Mrs. Greenie Greenfield will act as hostesses for the
Sam Dock. Buffet lun- evening. Prizes will be award-
n was served later, and ed for the highest scores and
lose the party the guests refreshments will be served.
ded to play hide and seek. *
uests present were: Miss Mrs. Morris Solomon and
iam Orovitz, Miss Mimi Mrs. J. N. Morris left by mot-
ma Miss Sara Kahn, or Thursday for Henderson-
s iola Katz, Miss Char- ville, N. C., where they will
oll, Miss Ruth Swartz, spend the summer vacation.
s Harriet Korn, Miss Evie *
ks, Miss Milicent Rubin, Mrs. J. Shonfield will leave
s Sophie Silvers, Miss Mil- for Baltimore by auto on Sun-
Greenberg, Miss Hannah day next to spend about a
kin, Miss Jeanne Balber, month as the guest of her
s Cecile Mayer, Miss Ber- daughter and son in law Dr.
SLoeb, Miss Raye Alpern, and Mrs. Geo. J. Gerson.
s Irene Farr, Miss Sylvia *
r, Miss Ruth Sontag, Mrs. Dr. Samuel Aronovitz en-
on Farr, Mrs. Greenfield, tertained at a stag supper
$. Pete Simons. last Tuesday night at his
ye Farr, Sam Dock, Bill home, 1620 S. W. Eleventh st.
*r, Greenie Greenfield, Joe Abe Aronovitz was master of
Leinberg, Gus Fuer, Clar- ceremonies. The guests includ-
te Fuer, Bay Blanck, Willie ed Dr. Carl Press, B. Pred, Dr.
nska, Buster Blanck, Her- Samuel Snowe, M. Cromer,
t Katz, Brick Miller, Gil- Charles Goldstein, Max Gold-
d Ornstein, Harold Green- stein and Isidore Aronovitz.
[d, Eddie Cohn, Elliot Weit- *
SPick Marks, Max Marks, Mrs. Adolph Haimes is now
es Mendelson, Clanky Ross, at the Jackson Memorial Hos-
;e Simons, Jack Zion, Her- pial where she is convalesc-
n Lesser, Abe Scheonfield, ing from a serious operation.
well Blicher, Leo Kupper, *
il Lichenstetter and Bunny Rev. D. B. Mindel was a vis-
ner. tor to Key West for the week-
tye Farr gave piano and end where he visited his chil-
:al numbers. Mrs. H. H. dren.
rr presided at the punch! *


*
wednesday evening desig-
S ed as "Friendship Night,"
celebrated at Club Bag-
a benefit dance having
n arranged there under
e auspices of the Friendship
gue. A novelty entertain-
nt together with an excel-
musical program was pre-


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ted.I
*
Irs. Adele Vince Rose en-
:ained at her home in Coral I _


Mr. Samuel Lipnitz accom-
panied by Joe Siegel and sev-
eral other friends left for Ha-
vana, Cuba last Saturday to
spend about a week there.
They will return this coming
Saturday.


Mr. Nathan Wroobel, form-
erly cantor at Beth David and
now "shoched" for Reisman
Kosher Market left last week
for a pleasure and business
trip to New York City, where
he will visit his daughter. He
is expected to return to Mi-
ami the latter part of this
week.

Under the leadership of
Charles Cromer the boys of
Beth David Scout Troop left
Monday for Pine Island Camp
to spend four days camping.
Food and provisions were fur-
nished by the troop at nomi-
nal cost. A splendid time was
enjoyed by all.
*


Tuesday evening Mesdames
J. Katz, J. Shonfield, and B.
Kandel were hostesses at a
benefit bridge under the aus-
pices of the Ladies Auxiliary
on the lawn of the home of
Mrs. Mendel Rippa, 1120 S. W.
19th avenue. Prizes were
awarded to the highest scores
and refreshments were ser-
ved.
S i* *
/Miss Terry Reisman of Mi-
ami Beach is entertaining her
cousin Miss Lillian Reisman,
of Atlanta, Ga., who is here
for a short visit.
*
The Junior Hadassah is
sponsoring an informal dance
at Carter's Pier, Miami Beach
for Wednesday evening, Aug-
ust 6th, beginning at 9 p. m.
Arrangements have been made
to make this evening one of
the outstanding events of its
kind in the summer season of
Miami. In charge of the event
is Miss Sylvia Rayvis, chair-
man, who is being assisted by
Misses Evelyn Jamison Sarah
Kohn and Harriet Korn. The
admission which will be the
nominal sum of fifty cents
each may be obtained either
at the gate on the evening of
the dance or by phoning to
Miss Rayvis at Miami 22749.
*


Mr. E. Gordon has recently
moved .to his new home at
843 Southwest 3rd street.
*


Mr. L. Elkin is now located

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at his new home, 1444 N. W.
31st street.
*
Mrs. Bessie Merlin accom-
panied by her daughter Mar-
jorie arrived here last Sun-
day to spend some time with
her brother Mr. I. Merlin of
Miami Beach. Mrs. Merlin
who is the wife of the secre-
tary of the Southern District
of the Arbeiter Ring is her-
self prominent in work of the
Womens Clubs of the organi-
zation as well as in the Ar-
beiter Ring Schules.

Mr. and Mrs. Rotkin are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Sloviter and were the honor
guests at a picnic recently
given by the Arbeiter Ring
at Sunny Isles.

Mr. R. Sloviter is now locat-
ed at 552 N. W. 50th street,
where he recently moved.
*


At a meeting and social
hour of the Workmens Circle
School Board at which the
plans for the opening of the
Shule in the Fall were dis-
cussed the following were
present Dr. A. D. Halpern,
Mr. and Mrs. Gross, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Elkin, Mrs. Sloviter,
A Kaplan, M. Labovitz, and
Mrs. Merlin of Atlanta, Ga.,
after the business meeting re-
freshments were served.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker
and small son, Bernard Mar-
tin, Meridian avenue, Miami
Beach, have left Tuesday by
boat to spend several weeks
at Saratoga Springs, and Ca-
nada.
*
Mrs. S. Wynston, Sr. and
Mrs. A. Lerene, Miami Beach
have left Tuesday by boat and
will return for the winter
season.
*


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Mrs. Merlin and daughter, The wedding plans of Miss
of Atlanta, Ga., were the N. Wolf to Mr. Harold Tobin
guests of honor at a tea party .whose wedding will be sol-
Thursday night at the home emnized on Sunday, August
of Mr. and Mrs. Sloviter. 10th, will be announced in
Quite a large number of these columns next week. Ac-
friends were present to greet cording to present plans the
them. (Continued on Page 4)



BUSINESS DIRECTORY.3

L. (Pop) GERSON PHARMACISTS
Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE. Chas. Tannenbaum,
Phone 20621 Pharmacist
(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
BAGS and METALS Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.
EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO. CRYSTAL PHARMACY
(Inc.) Dr. A. D. Halpern, Ph. G. Ph. D.
I. L. MINTZER Prescriptions Our Specialty
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS 128 N. Miami Ave. Phone 29713
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485
PIPE and STEEL
PEPPER METAL CORP. PIPE and STEEL
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St. ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
Phone 22546 58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone 21426
BUILDING SUPPLIES
A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
J. SIMPSON Phone 31355
Building Materials, 53 North East 25th Street
Roofing Paper, Asphalt -
423 N. W. N. River Drive PRINTERS
Phone 7251
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
DELICATESSEN "Printing That Pays"
Phone 23261
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
ROSED E D ESSEN 107 South Miami Avenue
170 N. W. 5th St.
We Supply Your Every Want AUTO PARTS
BLOOM AUTO REPAIR
FISH & SEA FOODS & PARTS CO.
N. W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
STANDARD FISH CO. Phone 23631
629 W. Flagler St. The Largest car wreckers in
Phone 2-3362 Florida


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Friday, July


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SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 3)
ceremony will be performed in
the presence of the immediate
members of both families af-
ter which a dinner will be en-
joyed by the family.
*


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


JEWISH NEWS
THROUGHOUT
FLORIDA
(Continued from Page 1)
cal director of Candler college
in Havan and served with the
Havana Y. M. C. A.


Plans are now being discus- ..... .. ..
Plans are now being discus- The new director will be as-
sed' for a gala reception in sted by Dan Wegman, Mor-
honor of Rabbi Israel H. Weis- isted by Dan Wegman, Mor-
feld which will be tendered ris Finman and A Diamond.
him by the members of the A physical culture class for
Ladies Auxiliary. Mrs. L business men is being planned
.Vangilder, the. president of to meet every Tuesday and
the organization has not yet Thursday night at 8:30 p. m.
announced the names of the *
committee in charge. This A business men's physical
committee will be assisted by culture class will be organized
a committee of some of Mi- at the Y. M. H. A. tonight at
ami's most prominent Jewish 8:30 o'clock to be held every
citizens. The definite arrange-! Tuesday and Thursday night
ments will be announced in! through September. It will
these columns in our next is- consist of a half hour of calis-
sue. I thenics, a half hour game and
a five-minute shower and
The usual week day lun- rub-down. George L. Gadea,
cheon of the local Bnai Brith physical director, will be in
lodge was held at the Palatial charge.
Kosher Restaurant last Wed- *
nesday and a discussion re- Participating in the annual
garding the legal aspects of championship tournament of
the imposition of religious the Southeastern Chess Assn.
practices upon Jewish child- is Sam Stein, Jewish mer-
ren was discussed. No definite chant of Ybor City, who is
action was taken. one of the two Tampan repre-
s~ntatives Stein won the class


The boat ride given for the
benefit of the track teams of
the Yeddidim Club last Sun-
day evening on the boat Bis-
cayne attracted quite a num-
ber of Miami's younger Jew-
ish set. The dancing was en-
joyed by all as were the im-
promptu vaudeville stunts
staged by individual members
This is the first of a series of
benefits to raise funds to send
the athletic teams of the or-
ganization to Atlanta to com-
pete with the Mosean Club of
that City.
*


Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Max Orovitz at dinner
last Thursday night.
*
Mrs. I. Tannenbaum had as
her guests at an informal
bridge last week Mrs. Myer
Friedman, Mrs. Barney Wein-
kle and Mrs. J. L. Shochet.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Small
of this City expect to leave
for New York City shortly
for a brief vacation which
they will spend visiting their,
friends nd relatives.
Mrs. Oscar Argintar and
children left last week for
Hendersonville, N. C., where
they will spend their summer
vacation.

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FOR A NAME
We must have a name for
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"B" championship last year
and is therefore the youngest
member of the championship
caliber classification.
PALATKA, FLA.
Louis Kalbfield a prominent
Jewish merchant of this city,
was installed as president of
the local chapter of the Ro-
tary Club at its annual Presi-
dent's Banquet held at Joe's
Restaurant last night.


King
Undertaking Co.
29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
Phones 23535-31624

Comb sets Hair Coloring
Finger Wave Manicuring
Telephone 240438
Rouge Box
FRANCES JOHNSON
Prop.
815 S. W. 17th Ave.
MIAMI, FLA.


Dr. M. H. Tallman
the removal of his office to the
HUNTINGTON BUILDING


top floor


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ACTIVITIES


Mrs. Harry A. Lee return-
ed Friday morning from New
York, and other points where
she spent a month combining
business and pleasure.
*
Mrs. T. Simon of the Nov-
elty Dress shop, left Wednes-
day night for Clearmont, N.
J., where she will visit her


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joined by her husband and
both will go to the mountains
upon their return they will
visit the various markets
where they will purchase
their fall stock.
Mrs. Frank Barer and son
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for New York where s
join her daughter who
ceded her a few weeks

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