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The Jewish Floridian ( August 1, 1930 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 1, 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

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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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AA00010090:00075

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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 1, 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:
AA00010090:00075

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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I-No. XXXI. Miami, Florida, Friday, August 1, 1930 Price 5 Cents

i Mercy" Sayer Arbeiter Ring To Minister-to E gypt
W"My Elect Delegates JEWISH NEWS
Arriving next Monday THROUGHOUT
morning from Atlanta, Mr. FLORIDA
M. J. Merlin, secretary for,
the South Eastern District of JACKSONVLE, FLA.
the Workmen's Circle, will ad- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
r s. c. .. c c Mrs. Jack Bernard of Se-
N A dress the members of the loc- bring, formerly Miss Ruth
a al branch on Tuesday even- Giller of this City, is the
ing, August 5th, at 8 p. m., at guest at a number of enter-
SAL the Workmen's Circle Hall, tainments being given in her
s returning from the 701 N. W. 5th Avenue. honor.
n couutry of Portugal Important business matters *
tit is the most honest will be discussed and dele- Cantor Joshua Bach of
the world. In the hot- gates to the 11th annual Dis- Nashville, Tenn., officiated
Y to you room s hung trict conference will be elect- last week at services in-the
r steals anything. You Anew~i of l ed at this meeting. Wilam M. Jardine, of KansaG, Jewish Center at Third and
your suit case, your cam- tte u Mrs. Merlin who accom- former Secretary of Agriculture, who e
Sovercoat on a railroad out o p for rt panies her husband on this becomes America's envoy to't co- Silver streets.
station platform or in me coh Itdoll.. trip will also address the try of King Fad. -o-
ar on the street and no- .i -- ----i meeting. KEY WEST, FLA.
ers them. The people re eth Jaob aee r, Mrs.
rs them. The people ist Leaders Mrs. Arthir Mulberg was
and hospitable as well a d s ions hostess to three tables of
If a sudden shower Populiar Boy Is n Services L e e
ask passersby to step in Drownede In Lake At Sygues emain On Guard a number of progressions af
until the rain stops. y gs salad course was served. Mrs.
nds like anearthly par- old, Co!. Kish, Pinchus Rutten- George Maloney won high
would be perhaps, Jess Hoffman, 20 years old, Specia services observing berg, and Miss Henrietta score prize and Mrs. Armando
ad a stable government. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Tisha B'Aav will be conduct- Szold, all members of the CoFo the consolation.
t twent ,-six laears there
twenty-six revolutions. Hoffman was drowned early ed at the three Syngogues of Zionist Executive will not at- Playing were: Mrs. John
present President, Gen- Friday morning when a mot- the greater Miami District, tend the meeting of the Ac- Roberts, Mrs. Gavin Drum-
on, thel or boat in which they were eth David, Beth Abraham, tons Committee to be held in mond, Mrs. Charles Williams,
*Iong riding capsized in Wilson lake and Beth Jacob, Miami Beach. Berlin shortly, but will remain Mrs. Lee Fierce, Mrs. Roy
RTION near Florence, Ala., shortly It will be observed by the in Jerusalem to guard against Roberts, Mrs. George Malon-
after midnight during an out- chanting of special pray- any possible outbreaks such ey, Brs. G. D. Kirk.!nd, Mrs.
ports trom the Cdeen ing. Two other companions ers and the reading of "La- as occurred last August. Our Almando Cobo, Mrs. Maynard
te in the past ten years were also drowned. Jesse who metations will begin riders will recall that at the Baker, Mrs. Arthur Mulberg,
Than ever. It begins.tQ .was engaged with his father promptly at Sundown Satur- of the massacres lat Miss Grace Palz, and Mrs.
in another teh years We in the Miamii Auto Wreckin tcin3 fight. On Slmda7a Oit1i August no Crominent a leade"t Morris Afonovitz.
come to an annual in- C. attended the University of g the services will begin at was in Pestine all havne
Sone percent, in popu Florida at Gainesville and lat- 9 o'clock and the final ser- left to attend the meeting r Charles Aronovitz enter-
d that will have tre- er enrolled in the University vices will be concluded on the Excive Board inLon-taed a 10-year-old Jewish
economic significance. of Miami where. he would Sunday afternoon. don. immigrant last week at his
will not grow so fast. have been a member of next home during efforts made in
Schools will be needed year's senior class. Besides abbi T Be En- Be he boy's behalf with the im-
values will not increase si Rabbi Bec a Beh ie t p
Fewer homes will be h;s parents he leaves an aunt Ra To eEi i mig action authorities to per-
proportion of elderly Mrs. S. Abenson, a cousin tertained Here Bank Opens mit him to go to his parents
young will be larger, and Miss Dorothy Kaplan living i Chicago. Chaim Rachlinin
pensions and retirement with the family, and an uncle ThBaMit Bos Club came from Russia first to Ha-
11 become matters iHo ffman of ansd n c The Bar Mitzva Boys Cne ub The C:tv Bank of Miami vana on his way to his par-
ilne? faea on hisc wayi en tertai
i ontn sfo. Hoffman of Evansville, of o Bth David will entertain Leach ofenzd this morning ents and visited his uncle
future no,. considerations for Indiana. He was a member of the members of the Club at with the officers and Direc- there. While in Cuba he was
t future. They are bas- the D Mo'ay and Phi Beta special reception in honor of on hand to reet the cus- detained for ten months to
cts which are here, now, Delta. Intea ment was in the the retui n to Miami of Rabbi to nine the clua- dtemine t o's r t to
affect economic condi- Woodlawn Camotery and was Israel H. Weisftid. None but towers. Occu ing the uar- determine the boy's. right to
soon.trof t fo:-m.ir Miami enter the Country. During his
soon. attended by an unusually members of the Club will be Birk and Trust Co.. the new
Sare number of friends of admitted in addition to the Bnk wil fill a great need in stay in Cuba he mastered the
0AP eERthe family. guest of honor, and will be th Co-mmnit'. Spanish language and while
ark's Newest skyscraper, M4. E. D. Keefer. lianida- in Key West showed a re-
San entire city block on held next Sunday evening, at tor foE the old benk will be markable knowledge of Eng-
River waterfront at the M sical Concert the expiration of Tisha on hand to ist depositors in lish which he had re-ived
oall Street, will be 105 B'Aav." In charge of the af- fiin n roofs of claim which
gh. Thereis no econo- Be Next Week fair are Milton Friedman. will nrmit them to checir during his brief stay here.
to height exchp con resident of the club and s .ainst fifty nCr cent of their -o-
f traffic which, comes he od bank. ORLANDO, FLA.
Iwdino so many people A musical concert in which Frederick King Shochet. which hats with thee naed ato their Henry Jacobs, FLA.prominent
iall area. nd. ______flte.__ which has H ween Ciaed to their Heniy Jaobs, prominent
ti hasll a nrea. w solution most of Miami's Jewish tal- credit in the new Bank. local realtor returned last
skyscraper problem. A ont will participate will be Merchants Elect sA a nd numerous week from a tour which in-
ling going up there will I given at the Talmud Torah d a n d n ue rshe s waee fo aud tor wand e
ries high and will be a Ihall, next Thursday evening, E. All ort ses of well wishers have eluded Maryland, Pennsyl-
n of office buildingshall, next hur eec been received by the Bank at vania, New York and New
on of office buildings August 7th, under the direc- the opening. Jersey. He visited his parents
department stores and tion of A. Bramson. Those ami Furniture Company was Di in Bellefonte, Pa.
specialty shops on the taking part will be Mildred elected president of the Mi- oman Dies-o-
ors. Greenberg and Ida Mandel- ami Retail Merchants Asso- ly PENSACOLA, FLA.
Sold days business men baum, pianistes, Frances ciation. Here Sudden r and Mrs. Sam Abrams
ishop." Woyee mayd be orn- i Kane, Joe Mandelbaum and Other officers include H. G. i of the Model Shoe Store are
to thhat in the big cities, Louis Hayman, vocalist, Leo- Weidenfeller of Foster & Rey- Mrs. Elizabeth Barber, aged now on a combined business
tment houses in the up- nard Rose, cellist, M. Gold- nolds, vice president, and H. 47, of 86 N. W. 33rd street, and pleasure trip through the
to house the people who man, violinist, and A. Bram- S. Thompson of Hopkins Car- died last week after a short Southern States. They will
the stores and offices son on the flute. ter Hardware Company, sec- illness. also attend the Shoe Dealers


According to Mr. Blramson retarytreasurer. -She leaves the husband, convention in Boston, Mass.
JRE only a nominal admission fee The directors ae D. F. Cald- William Barber; a son, Simp- *
Ich will not melt at a will be charged to defray the well, Florida Power and Light son L. Barber, Boston; two James Albert Schoenstein,
Ire of 180 degrees is the expenses of the undertaking, Company; W. W. Luce, Elec- daughters, Mary Barber and aged 30, of 426 East Govern-
ntifi curiosity. It has the object of the concert be- trial Equipment Company; Sarah Barber, Miami; a ment street died early Wed-
uced y Professor P. W ing to afford the Jewish pub- F. W. King, King & Giffin; F. granddaughter, Adele Mir- nesday morning after having
is onece ar ton ee sice lic of Miami an opportunity W. Hosea, Hart Hardware iam Barber, Boston, and two slashed the artery of his right
ring under a flame is to to become acquainted with its Company, and G. E. Whitten, sisters, Mrs. M. A. Levy, Bos- wrist by stumbling against a
to a pressure of 290,000 talent. Burdine's, Inc. I ton, and Mrs. Dina Franklin, glass panel of the front door
o the square inch. t ca ist after The president is well known Boston. She was a member of of his home which broke sud-
h high pressures have the pressure is removed in local business circles, hav- the Emunah Chapter Order denly. Though an ambulance
s uprising results. What is the good of such ex- ing been a leader in the form- of Eastern Star. was called and arrived within
iar substances change periments? Science doesn't know action of Miami Retail Mer- Funeral services were con- a few minutes he died thirty
racters wnder p re, nor care. Silence is content to dis- chants Association, and the ducted by the Emunah Qhap- minutes later while on the
,umA b eWp oft Thir- obver new facts, leaving it toin. n t m table at op
b e o lo tors to. apply them to human Miami Furniture Dealers As- ter aqd lntdrmet was in the' operating table at tle hospi-
.
df 44ri eity.uses. soeiation. Woodlawn Cemetery. (Continued on Pao 4)
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m.. What do you think he wants to be? A bond sales.
mau. A movie star?
5s rIa.. to be an archaeologist.
Sr aamned Vold died in New York City. He claimed
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ar'- : r rc 4-: who ever lived. But he died without realize.
niL rxi 1~:C. He wanted to live to tear down the Wool.
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S n: ,~-if : : r r r:i' homne in Brooklyn, and was discovered
m. I:c- .ier i- Hartford. Questioned as to why he
C _- -- ei :- -* se replied that he had done his duty as a
-icr i i tej: ~- himself entitled to a little peace in his
:u:r i w. E, hao Taken a job as a night watchman in a deaf

m-r 'y I t e up valuable white space to set down
S,..carer .'iy- important and unrelated incidents? Be.
2;L-. =-7 f"r. nd~. on~ of the biggest and least expensive of
--: -: _:,:- i::s: r-ading the newspaper and marveling at the
wi-- :n- '--_r r--_-& and variety of the human race.
:- z wcho are billions rail at the "standardization of
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rer _m- 2-: i s .Iardczed. and living is much simplified in conse-

-- am:- r: fear that color and interest will disappear
S- d. Every baby has in him some little spark
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JOnN JOSPH CAINES.M.W.
WHISKEY AND ALCOHOL
----L- tese drugs should be used as beverages. no
-r- ue cr what the dilution. No medicine should be
__Y~-_r carelesv or impudently. For most med-
s re a'y overdo. It is the "beverage" item that
A' :CTitg: these two valuable medicines into dispute, and
Sas rd ur peOpl soc lly and political to a dimension
-ca :, "tA: of the slavery question preceding the Civil War!
M~s: rat al-thinkingk men and women will admit that
-is-. a-rc aX olh arC all right "in their place" Where
:a i as. the educated physician, it seems to me, would
cer Juidge.
Otc- f r aLL aLcho!! and whiskey are valuable medicines.
wn thea: is said. all is said. Capable physicians need pure
a.: their offices daily. Great hospitals use it as a val-
:-e ad&-wjct in laboratory and nursing departments. It is
s-= aran crime to deprive the wasting invalid of any-
zigr that can possibly aid in bringing about his comfort or
recovery.-s-o there!
Whisky is a valuable stimulant and aid to ta p
eS in -ingering" or wasting illness, specially in i
Fazents,. Practical proofs have been well knon for year
No chemical equation can do away with actual bedside e-
peni Dmnkar are not made here; neither are monkey
wenchesP provided for political machine the sick room
of the old and infirm.
Granted with our "'dr" zealots, that we ould do with-
out aohol and whisky: we could as a beerag; we could
a medicine: but you. dear reader. have t to tell m
what I shall or shall not give to ou VatiL i My efforts
to restore him to health: if you m m that right, I ar
re you. And, you fight beverage a el me ant to %
with you there. tkeep ep out of the w rL
-ag an invalid!


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lay, August 1, 1930 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


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iss Sylvia Roth and Mr.
Waldman whose engage-
t was recently announced
be married next Sunday
ing at Orlando, Fla.,
re the bride's parents re-
The ceremony will be
mnized at the Ohab Sho-
Temple and will be fol-
d by a dinner at the
e of the bride's parents
.Philip Waldman, the
m's mother who has been
ting her daughters in New
k City has just returned
iami to attend the wed-
SThe members of the!
ilies of both bride and
om, as well as many
nds will go to Orlando to
present at the wedding.

ext Wednesday evening,
gust 5th, the Friendship
gue will celebrate "Friend-
Nite" to which all mem-
s and their friends have
n invited and urged to at-
d. The program includes
umber of novelty enter-
ers, refreshments and
e dancing. No charge will
made. Chairman of the af-
is Mr. Fred Platt, assist-
by Miss Ida Mandelbaum.
*
combining the birthday of
Friedman, well-known
eler and treasurer of the
al Bnai Brith lodge, and
moving into their own
e at 1037 S. W. 20th ave.,
.and Mrs. Wm.Friedman
e the hosts to a large
ber of friends at a recep-
at their home last Sun-
Sevening. Carrying out a
k and green color scheme,
house was decorated with
es and gladiolas, and pink
Green streamers. The
ge dining room table was
utifully-decorated with a
ge birthday cake as the
terpiece. Laden with eets
thday cake as the center-
ce. Laden with sweets
ly arranged on the long
le it was an attractive
ne. Punch was served with
s. Friedman presiding as-
ed by number of close
ends. During the evening
s. Friedman delighted the
sts with a number of Jew-
and English vocal selec-
ns, accompanying herself
the piano. A large number
guests attended coming
going throughout the
ening.

The Ruth Bryan Owen Ora-
'ical club will meet at 2:30
m. Friday with Mrs. Albert


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IE. Rosenthal, 810 Euclid ave.,


ing games were enjoyed as
was an interesting address by
Israel Dock. Among visitors
who were present were: the
Klein sisters of Atlanta, So-
phie Silver, Ida Mandelbaum,
Joe Warren and Myron


Miami Beach. Mrs. Henry G. Zeientz.
Williams will speak on Schop- Mrs. R. H. Miles and Mrs.
enhaur. Mrs. George Wolpert Arthur Norton entertained a
will also be on the program. number of friends at a card
party last Tuesday night at
Miss Frances Druckerman, their home, 721 Meridian ave.
left last week for New York, Miami Beach. Games were
from which point she will go played and during the even-
to Canada for a visit. Return- ing refreshments were serv-
ing to New York City she will ed. Among those present were
study until October 1, after Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Dietz,
which she will come back to Mr. and Mrs. Fried, Mr. and
Miami to reopen her studio. Mrs. E. Wexler, Mr and Mrs.
S* Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr changer, Mr. and Mrs.
Schlanger, Mr. and Mrs.
will entertain at an informal Sweetwine of Detroit, Mr.
dance at their home, 1335 S. and Mrs. Frank, Mr. and Mrs.
W. First street, Friday. This Alfred May of Washington,
is to celebrate their first wed- Mr. Irving Eastman of New
ding anniversary, and 150 York, Mrs. Plonsky, Dr. Geo.
guests have been bidden. J. Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs.
S* Uhlfelder, Mrs Joseph Fields,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simon- Mr. Henry Berg. The
hoff are receiving congratu- hos sses are newcomers to
lations on the birth of a baby this section, but in their short
daughter last Tuesday morn- stay here have already made
ing at the Victoria Hospital. a large number of friends.
Mother and baby are doing o *
nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort
Were hosts last Sunday even-
Mr. Harry Simonhoff nowin at a bridge party tender-
of -New York City and for- ed in honor of Mesdames L.
merely of Miami, a member of Johnston, M. L. Tarlyn and
the Executive Committee of Miss Sadye Silberstein, at the
the American Zionist Organi- home oft Rotforts, 1421 N.
zation is now in Miami for a W. 2nd street Guest prizes
brief business and pleasure were presented to the guests
trip. of honor. High score for lad-
S. ies was won by Mrs. Jack
Mr. Nathan Wroobel re- August while second prize
turned to Miami this week af- was awarded to Mrs. M. Ru-
ter having spent about ten benstein. Mr. M. B. Tarlyn
dfl A in iwk hTvf* nN a i- jf


uays in Lre I-UorLI o n a rie
business and pleasure trip.

Miss Bee Silver was host
to the members of the Yedid-
dim Club at a business and
social meeting at her home.
After a brief business meet-


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Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Phone 20621

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MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485
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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
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170 N. W. 5th St.
We Supply Your Every Want

FISH & SEA FOODS
STANDARD FISH CO.
629 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-3362


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

CRYSTAd 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

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Phone 31355
53 North East 25th Street

PRINTERS
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Phone 23261
107 South Miami Avenue
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THE BEE WASS BOSSY


By Terry Gilkison


WONDER IF
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won first prize, and Jack Au-
gust, second prize, for the
men. Pinochle prize was won
by Mrs. L. Johnston and con-
solation prize to Mrs. M. Pep-
per. Late in the evening re-
freshments were served.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. L. Johnston, Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Tarlyn, Mr.
and Mrs. D. J. Hartz, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Pepper, Miss Sadye
Silberstein, Mrs. M. Rubin-
stein and Mrs. Sadye Rose.
Messrs. Dave Golde and Max
Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
August and Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Rotforrd.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man entertained Rabbi Israel
H. Weisfeld at dinner, Mon-
day night at which only mem-
bers of the family were pre-
sent.

Mrs. Ed. Wolf active work-
er and one of the founders of
the Emunah Chapter of the
Eastern Star left for a visit
to New York City with her
baby daughter. She will spend
several months there.
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its benefit last Wednesday
evening at the Mayfield Court
Apartments when Mrs. Sam
Blanck and Mrs. Ed Reiman
were hostesses. Refreshments
were served during the even-
ing.

The glas shower in honor
of Miss Norma Wolf, whose
marriage to Mr. Harold Tob-
in will take place on August
10th, being given by Mrs. J.
Katz and B. Kandel at 414 S.
W. 15th ave., which was to
have taken place last Wednes-
day evening will be given
next Monday.

The regular weekly lun-
cheon of the Bnai Brith was
held at the Palatial Kosher
Restaurant with but a, few
attending.
*
Mrs. Ben Hirschfield has
just returned to Miami after
having spent the past three
months visiting in Philadel-
phia, New York City, and At-
lantic City, and reports hav-
ing had a very enjoyable va-
cation.
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JEWISH NEWS
THROUGHOUT
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(C ontinuea Irom rage 1)
resting nicely.
** tal. Schoenstein was store-
Swimming followed an af- keeper at the L. & N. Shops
ternoon party at the home of and is survived by his widow
Mrs. Irene Archer, 2855 Roy- and an infant son.
al Palm ave., Miami Beach, -o
when she was hostess for her QUINCY, FLA.
music pupils and their moth- J. M. Feinberg, the son of
ers. e Mr. and Mrs, H. Feinberg,
Those present were Miss prominent citizens of this
Helen Chronister, Roland city, was awarded the distinc-
Pinder, Helen Pinder, Alvin tion of having been placed on
Cassell, Miss Edith Good- the honor roll of the Univer-
man, Miss Susan Kirtly, Stan- on a pleasure trip. Before re-
ley Bayless, Miss Alice Keller, fore returning home Dr.,
Miss Mary O'Neil, Miss Dor-j Blicher will be married.
othy McCollister, Bobbie Res- *
nick, Mrs. Helen Chronister, The Beth El Sisterhood
Mrs. Nellie Goodman, Miss held a regular semi-monthly
Marguerite Goodman, Mrs. C. meeting at the home of Mrs.
L. Bayliss, Mrs. Lamar Kell- Nat Bleckner on 30th street.
er, Mrs. McCollister, Mrs. There was an unusually large
Sadie Resnick, Mrs. Fred H. attendance. Final plans were
Kirtley and Mrs. R. C. Pin- made for the benefit card


der. party to be held at the Show
SBoat, August 7, 1930. Hostess
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levine for the evening will be Mrs.
and Mr. Sam Saul of Atlanta, J. Greenberg. After the meet-
Ga., spent Wednesday here as ing there was a social hour
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. and delicious refreshments
Barney Weinkle. were served.
*
The Ladies Auxiliary of
the Talmud Torah will meet Mr. Ben Ryder left Tues-
in an important business meet- day morning for New York
ing next Tuesday evening, and Albany by the SS. Algon-
August 5th, at the Talmud quin by way of Miami. He will
Torah Auditorium. The fut-1 remain in the North for about
ure of the organization will ,e two months.
discussed and all members t month
have been urged to attend.


WEST PALM BEACH
ACTIVITIES


The leader of the local Jew-
ish Community Rabbi S. Wru-
bel returned last week after Comt
having spent his vacation in Fing
New York City, and the Cat-
skill Mts. He will now resume ]
his duties with the Congrega-
tion and Talmud Torah. FR
*
Mr. Morris Tessler of the 81
Northwood delicatessen re-
turned this week after hav-
ing spent a month's vacation
in Atlanta, New York, and at
the Elks Convention in At-
lantic City.
Mr. Sam Goldstein return-
ed this week aftpr a brief
business trip to Atlanta and
Jacksonville.
*
Mr. Elmore Cohen clerk of
the Criminal Court of Record
returned last week from I
Jacksonville accompanied by
Mrs. Cohen who recently un-I
derwent an operation at a
Jacksonville Hospital.
Mrs. A. Herschkorn, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Blicher, and Dr.
B. Blicher left for New York I
together by automobile where;
they will remain one month'' .'"


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You All know What He Did to the Ice Business-ow
THE FISH BUSINESS IS NEXT !
Come to 28 N. W. North River Drive-Fish as Low as Two
Pounds for 25c, and They are Fresh Daily-or
Phone 2-5321 Delivery 10c extra
FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE YOU SHOULD EAT FISH
CAP.


sity of Florida at Gaines-
ville.
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HAVANA, CUBA
Morris Brown, popular Jew-


ish actor and company of 12 here.


SOCIETY

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nounce the birth of a son last
Monday. Mother and son are


ping at the Sevilla Biltmore.
Albert 0. Gottenhalk of At-
lanta arrived here last week
to spend a short vacation


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Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rosen-
berg and their children left
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