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:
August 15, 1930
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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ol. III.-No. XXXIII. Miami, Florida, Friday, August 15, 1930 Price 5 Cents


Bnai Brith Will
Assist Negros

Because of reports that
many families in Miami's ne-
gro district are suffering
from lack of food, clothing
and other necessities, the lo-
cal Bnai Birth Lodge at its
weekly luncheon held at the
Palatial Kosher Restaurant,
last Wednesday determined to
organize a relief station in
the negro district. Mr. W. L.
Williams, local realtor with
large interests in the negro
section, will be in charge and
will be assisted by Mr. Moe
Kurman and Dr. Samuel
Aronovitz. When the station
is opened cards will be issued
entitling the holders to re-
ceive food etc., from merch-
ants. These cards will be is-
sued only after a thorough in-
vestigation has been made of
the individual needs of the
applicant.

Tampa To Wel-
come New Rabbi


'y cost a little more than the
inary kind, but in a complete- Rabbi David Zielonka, new-
civilized world their use will ly appointed Rabbi of the
compulsory. Temple Schaarai Zedek, will
arrive Sept. 1 to take up his
NGERPRINTS duties here according to an
;very reader of detective stories announcement made this
ws that two individuals never morning by Fred Wolf, presi-
ve the same sort of fingerprints dent of the congregation.
That the fingerprint records Rabbi Zielonka, who has
;he great police departments are been in charge of the temple
anized so that the imprint of in Corsicana, Tex., since his
known criminal can be referr-
to at once. graduation several years ago
'ew realize that in the Depart- from the Hebrew Union col-
nt of Justice at Washington is lege at Cincinnati, is taking a
intained the largest internation- post graduate course at the
collection of fingerprint records college this summer. He will
the world, comprising photo- college this summer. He will
phs of the fingermarks of more succeed Rabbi L. E. Grafman
n 2,100,00 persons who have who has been called to one of
n accused or suspected of the larger temples in New
e. York it
zr 'ha nnnr J .a thoa tv.rv York c ity.


Id's fingerprints be taken when
first enters school, and pre-
ved as a permanent record of
identity. There are many
ies in which such records would
invaluable, but we are lax about
Ih things. Half of the states
not even keep a record of
ths.
s *
)OKS
Not more than three or four per-
t copies are known of the first
>k printed from movable type,
tenberg's Bible. The United
ites of America now owns the
est example of this precious
ume. The last session of Con-
ess appropriated $1,000,000 with
ich to buy the Vollberg collec-
n of rare books, for the Library
Congress, which contain not
ly this famous Bible but more
in 3,000 other splendid examples
the work of the earliest print-
. It has been estimated that it
uld cost more than $5,000,000 to
plicate this collection, if duplica-
n were possible.
A thousand years from now men
1 point to these books and say:
ere are the seeds of our civil-
tion. It began when man learn-
how to duplicate knowledge by
nting and made it free to all
rta and conditions of men."
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LDIUM
Lhe world's most precious metal,
rth $2,000,000 an ounce, now
ne exclusively from the Bel-
a Congo, in Africa. Originally
covered in pitchblende ores in
I Joaehihmthal, Austria, radium
a for a while, mined commercial-


lucky strike.
The cost of radium is due to
the difficulty of extracting it from
the ore and the danger in handling
it.
Radium's value is due to the
fact that it is constantly chang-
ing into other substances, and in
the process gives off rays and
emanations. These have effects
upon the human system similar to
those of the x-ray. Its use in
medicine is still in its infancy, but
commercially, as the basis of lum-
inous paint for the hands of
watches and clocks, air navigation
instruments and the like, the de-
mand is large. A single ounce is
enough to supply this industrial
demand for several years, but no
amount of radium as large as one
ounce has ever been assembled in
one place.-


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Farewell Banquet Jewish Lawyer to
Is Given to Rabbi Prosecute Amos

The Palatial Kosher Res- Attorney General Davis
taurant was the scene of one last week announced the ap-
of the most impressive Ban- pointment of Abe Aronovitz
quets held in Miami in recent local Jewish attorney as a
years. Gathered to do honor special assistant Attorney
and bid farewell to Rabbi Is- General to represent the
rael H. Weisfeld, those gath- State in the prosecution of
ered expressed themselves in Comptroller Amos before the
unmistakable terms telling of Supreme Court of FloridaI
the record of achievements next week. Mr. Amos was ar-
that the Rabbi had made dur- rested on a charge of having
ing his two years stay in Mi- violated the State laws in that
ing his two years stay in Mi- employed former officials
ami. he employed former officialsI
s Vangiler as Toast- of the defunct Band of Bay
master spoke briefly of the Biscayne to help audit the ac-
master spoke briefly of thecounts of the Bank.
accomplishments of Rabbi counts of the Bank.
i The warrant was issued on
Weisfeld and then introduced The warrant was issued on
the speakers. Among those the affidavit of one of the lo-
the speakers. Among those
who spoke were John Wolf, cal depositors who was rep-
Vice President of Congrega- resented by Mr. Aronovitz as
tion Beth David who express- one of hs attorneys, by Jus-
ed his regrets at the depar- twice of the Peace Ferguson.
ture of the Rabbi. Nathan Immediately after the war.
Adelman, Herbert E. Scher, rant was served Mr. Amos
Harry Markowitze Jl obtained a writ of habeas cor-:
Simpson Secretary of Beth pus from the Supreme Court,
DaSimps, cretary of Bethand this case will be heard.
David, Nathan Wroobel next Monday. Attorney Gen-
behalf of the Shochtim of next Monday. Attorney Gen-'
eal h S eral, Davis declared that he
Greater Miami, Mrs. Sadye was disqualified because he
Rose, secretary of the Ladies had acted as the attorney for
Auxiliary and Mrs L s acted as the attorney for'
Auxiliary, and Mrs. Louis Mr. Amos and had advised
Vangilder President pro temr the Comptroller from time toI
of the Ladies Auxiliary also time.
spoke and presented the _
Rabbi with a beautiful travel- ARBEITER RING
ing bag as a token of appre-
ciation. TO HOLD SUPPER
Mr. Wroobel sang, and '. L. Nexi Sunday evening, August!
Shochet told a number of fun- 17th., the Womens Club of,
ny stories, the Workmens Circle will en-
At the conclusion: Rabbi certain at a supper in honor
Weisfeld spoke replying to of a number of members who
the words of praise and fare- are leaving the city. The af-'
well that had been spoken fair which will take place at!
during the evening. He urged the Workmens' Circle 701 N.i
that at all times the ideals of W. 5th Ave. will have a num-i
Judaism be borne in mind ber of novel entertainment:
above all else. He thanked features.
thoes who had gathered to do
him honor and told of the Jones Golf course from the
pleasure that his association city authorities was closed by
with the children of Miami the Jewish Community Cen-
had afforded him. He hoped i tre of Sarasota, Fla., for $100
that the work of education an acre, with only one fourth,
which had been started would cash, and the balance payable
be carried on. All stood as in 1, 2 and 3 years. This tract
the "Hatikovo" was sung and will be used for a Jewish cem-
then as all stepped forward etery and such use was ap-
to bid the Rabbi farewell, proved by the City Council
tears were visible in the eyes Phil Levy represented the
of many. Jewish interests of Sarasota


Sarasota Jews
Buy Cemetery

The purchase of two acres
of land adjoining the city
nursery opposite the Bobby


Whose Baby is Whose?


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Officers of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Sarasota,
Florida, are Meyer N.-Meltz,
president; Max R. Greenberg,
Vice Pres.; Mrs. Harry A.
Sher, Second Vice Pres.; Mrs.
Dorothy Freis, secretary, and
Mrs. Cecelia T. Levy treas.
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JEWISH NEWS
THROUGHOUT
FLORIDA

FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
Mack Katz, prominent mer-
cant of tis city was elected
president of te Ft. Lauderdale
Retail Merchants Association
at its meeting last week.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Last Tuesday, August 12,
the local Temple Sisterhood
held its annual recreation
day at the Casa Marina Hotel
at the beautiful Jacksonville
Beach. This is in line with the
national program of the Fed-
eration of Temple Sister-
hoods with which the local or-
ganization is affiliated.
Luncheon was served, follow-
ing which bridge was played,
while swimming and other
acquatic sports were enjoyed
by others. In charge were
Mrs. M. Meyerson and Miss
Rae Halle.

MELBOURNE, FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Gold-
berg of Cocoa were visitors to
this city last Monday.
OKEECHOBEE, FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Oiler en-
tertained at'dinner; honoring
Messrs. M. Goldberg and M.
Goldner.

ORLANDO, FLA.
The wedding of Miss Sylvia
Roth, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Roth, of this
city to Jack Waldman, of Mi-
ami was solemnized at the
East Church Street Syna-
gogue with Rabbi Leschinsky
officiating.
The ceremony was preceded
by a musical program in
which Mrs. Silverstein sang,
"Oh Promise Me" and "I Love
You Truly," accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Beck, playing
the piano and violin.
Out-of-town guests at the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Roth and daughter, Mil-
licent Hope, of Miami; Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Roth of Day-
tona Beach; Mr. Jules Lerner
of West Palm Beach.

TAMPA, FLA.
Three daughters of Mrs.
Rosalie L. Haiman who died
recently were bequesthed
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$25,000 under the terms of
their mother's will filed for
probate here this week. The
daughters are Mrs. Theresa
H. Steam, of Tampa; Mrs.
Rosa Abrams, of Anderson, S.
C.; and Mrs. Bertha Wulster,
Cleveland, Ohio. The Ex-
change National bank was
named as executor.
Miss Lpna Argintar and
Miss Ruth Finman left recent-
ly for Northern points, Miss
Argintar going to New York
and Canada, and Miss Finman
to New York city. They will
return in Septemeber.
HAVAjNA/, B
Mdr..Max Hot w
York cty i ?s 'e 'I .
days at tie Hotel M'i
more visiting har. "


FAN PA&

IDENTS
e most dangerous occupation,
ding to an industrial survey
ew York, is window-cleaning
chance of accident to a win-
cleaner is nearly nine times
eat as that which the artisan
ing fine machinery and instru-
ts runs, the latter being the
hazardous occupation.
erybody who has ever watch-
the window-cleairers at work
the outside of a skyscrapper
shuddered at the thought of
t would happen if the worker's
ty-belt broke while he was
ning the thirtieth story win-
rs The belts do break, occa-
ally, or the cleaner's foot slips
he falls to his death.
indow-sash made with a piv-
interior frame which can bei
ted so that both sides of the
ss can be cleaned from inside
used in a very few buildings.


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~,~ rd redicted the marvels that can be see
: :-.i : d-:fearing citizens of the time would have

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;:-:-- ra.icies which are calle electrons. Theee
-- -raler than the atom. Indeed. the atom
.. .- c :- proposition. a sort of universe with lo
S -- around inside it.
'; ; ir -r. .her the electron nor the atom can be
S.- ..-- which we have yet devised. But
riists in that laboratory have rigged
r a:'ach- to a loud speaker, which i
::: detect the flight of electrons through

my wrist watch against the
7- :a:ra are radium coated. And I could
d:r .g mnto the loud speaker like a show
:-.l:n ,:2 a :t roof.
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EfS.o fcrd. Sir William Henry Bragg. and

Z.e :- was photographed in his own
r-:cih c. to perform certain experiments
I- : was thrilling to sit in the living
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S-..--Ir ;h- di- :-.-ve of gravitation!
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-----. Friedman, popu- present were: Gilbert Fried-
m. Friedman, popu- present were: Gilbert Fried-


eweler and treasurer
al Bnai Brith lodge
Tuesday on the SS.
n, for New York,
e and Boston on a
business and pleas-
returning to Miami
igh holidays.
S* *
ouis Vangilder acting
of the Ladies Aux-
t by auto for Hack-
N. J., to visit rela-
e was accompanied by
children, and expects
in about six weeks.

elma Coren and baby
week for her home in
rk, stopping at Jack-
for a few days, with
er.

nd Mrs. Sam Myer-
ertained at dinner in
f Mrs.. Selma Coren,
f Mrs. Max Halpern,
home last Sunday.
elma Myerson, well-
ocal dancer, and Mrs.
Halpern entertained
the afternoon. After
he party went to the
where several hours
ent and then returned
ome where an ice and
urse was served.
g those present weie
Mrs. Myer Friedman,
dMrs. Sam Marcus,
d Mrs. Max Halpern,
d Wolf, Miss Selma
n, Miss Marjorie Lois
an, Mrs. Selma Coren
y, and the hosts.
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M. Friedman enter-
with a surprise party
evening honoring her
ement, who celebrated
hteenth birthday an-
ry. Garden flowers de-
the home and games
ed diversion.
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of the prettiest parties
r local Jewish juniors
at of the birthday par-
brating the third an-
ry of little Charlotte
the daughter of Mr.
rs. M. B. Frank, long
residents of Miami, last
ay at their home in Mi.
each. The dining room
autifully decorated in
Sand white color scheme
profusion of cut flow-
he centrepiece of the
fully decorated table
large birthday cake up-
ich there were three
SChildren's games
played. The little guests


man, Fred Friedman, Bar-
bara Shapiro, Carolyn Tan-
nenbaum, Shirley Jamison,
Ruthie Rosenfield, Millicent
Tritt, Lou Weiland, Edward
Weiland, Hayman Weiland,
Martin Dubler and Sid Ros-
enfeld. During the afternoon
an ice cream course was ser-
ved in addition to the other
plentiful goodies.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappa-
port entertained a number of
friends at dinner last Sunday
afternoon at their home in
honor of Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
feld who left for New York
City. Quite a very interesting
afternoon was spent. Among
those present in addition to
the guest of honor, Rabbi
Weisfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Kupferstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Mecklovitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gottesman, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Louils Shochet,
and the hosts Mr. and Mrs.
Max Rappaport were present.
At the conclusion of the din-
ner a beautiful gift was pre-


SOCIETY


Mrs. J. Louis Shochet left
last Monday for Baltimore to
visit her mother who is ser-
iously ill at the Sinai Hospi-
tal there.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupfer-
stein returned to Miami after
a six weeks vacation in the
North.


sented to the Rabbi for Mrs. *
Weisfeld by the hosts. The marriage of Miss Nor-
S ma Wolf, daughter of Mr.
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld and Mrs. John Wolf, to Harold
assisted by Herbert E. Scher Tobin was solemnized last
and Nathan Adelman enter- Sunday at the home of the
tainted a party of guests from bride's sister, Mrs. Jasper
Havana, Cuba, last Saturday Cromer, 2534 S. W. Sixth
night. Fiodor Volbe, head of street. Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
the Jewish Center of Havana, feld performed the ceremony
and Cuban representative of- inthe-"presence of a large
the Hias, as well as publisher number of relatives and
of the Yiddish weekly "Dee friends.
Oifgang," and the Spanish Before the bridal party en-
Jewish weekly, the Estudiante tered Louis Hayman sang
Hebrao, accompanied by Dr. "Until" and "Because." Aaron
and Mrs. Miguel A. Valdes Farr played the nuptial mus-
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GLonzales, arrive neret uy meI
Nyrba Air Lin, on their way
to New York City. Dr. Gon-
zales is a noted surgeon of
Havana. On Sunday the party
went on a fishing trip down
the bay and were rewarded
with. a large catch, among


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Worth Your Coming.


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At reasonable prices, by an ex-
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Give Your Child A Jewish
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snowerea witn lilies of the
valley.
The bridegroom was attend-
ed by Jasper Cromer as best
man, Roger Kahn, Ben Lut-
sky, Brick Miller and the fol-
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and a large barracuda. The ic- and the "Bridal Chorus"
which were several dolphin from "Lohengrin" marked
party left on Monday. the entrance of the bride,
r *. Palms and summer blossoms
orris Rubin accompanied were used to decorate the
rooms, and a white canopy
by Mrs. Rubin left last week was erected, embellished with
for a combined business and roses and ferns, under which
pleasure trip to New York the bridal party stood as the
City and other Northern vows were spoken.
points. He will return the ear- Mrs. Cromer was matron of
ly part of September. honor and wore a rose beige
gown. Miss Lila Tobin was
Mr. Nathan Adelman left maid of honor and was gown-
for business trip during which ed in a green figured chiffon.
he will visit Philadelphia, Miss Sally Kurman and Miss
Reading, Pittsburgh and New Sari Levine were bridesmaids,
York City. He is expected to and were dressed in pink and
return to Miami in about ten blue models of net. Roberta
days. June Goshen, in a pink net
dress, was flower girl.
Rabbi Israel T. Weisfeld The bride wore a princess
who resigned recently from model in Alencon lace, com-
Beth David left last Monday bined with tulle in cream
by auto for Toronto, Canada, white. Puff sleeves and lace
where he will spend several mits added a picturesque
weeks, after which he will re- note. Here veil fell from a
turn to New York City to en- small cap caught at her neck
gage in Rabbinical and edu- with orange blossoms and
national work. she carried a bouquet of roses
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A WORD OF
APPRECIATION


We express our sincere
thanks and appreciation
to our many friends and
acquaintances for the
many kindnesses extend-
ed to us in the bereave-
ment of our beloved son
Jesse.
Mr. and Mrs.
Max Hoffman


BUSiNESS DIRECTORY
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L. (Pop) GERSON
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 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.

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 21428

A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
Phone 81855
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 Ave. at 23rd St.
Phone 23681
The Largest car wreckers in
Florida


PINKY-DIKNY


PINKY STARTS A'JINGLING


By Terry Gilkison


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DEE TALMUD SEZ IT
Laydig shtayt die Bimah,
Gorr poost, ohn baynklach, lehrr!
Kommandevet hot Mayshke,
Afilu nisht kayn tracht, kayn klehr.
Derech eretz far a Talmud Chochom.
tzu voss?
Er vill doch, Mayshkke, tzeigen,
Azz noor err, der graysser elayshke,
izz der gantzer Baleboss.
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lowing ushers: Charles Crom-
er, Harold Cromer, Leon
Wolf and Al Goshen.
A reception followed the
wedding the hostess being as-
sisted by Mrs. Al Goshen,
Mrs. Ella Cromer, Mrs. B.
Kandle, Mrs. J. H. Katz and
Mrs. L. Hayman.
The bride's cake formed
the central motiff on the din-
ing table. The tapers were of
pink, and roses completed the
decorations.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobin left for
a wedding trip, the destina-
tion of which was not an-
nounced.
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SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 3)
They will be at home to
their friends at the Mayfair
apartments, 2425 S. W. Sixth
street, after August 30.
*
Ruth Bryan Owen Orator-
ical club held an informal
meeting at the Everglades
hotel, last Wednesday for
members and invited guests.
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky presided
and Mrs. T. T. Stevens spoke
on "The Miami of the
Future." Mrs. A. Ernest
Woolfe told of "The Miami of
the Past," and Mrs. Joseph
Williams, "The Miami of To-
day." Vocal selections were
given by Adolph Seerth, ac-
companied by Brownie Has-
ton.
The next regular meeting
of the club will be at the home
of Miss Helen Farkas, 136 N.
W. Twenty-fifth avenue, at
2:30 p. m. Friday, with Mrs.
McCord Roberts as the speak-
er. Miss Rosemary Gerson
will talk on Lord Byron.
Mrs. A. A. Barge returned
to her home in Newnan, Ga.,
after visiting her sons, Dr. H.
A. Barge and Dr. W. J. Barge.
Mrs. D. H. Cromer and
family are in Colorado
Springs Col., for an exten-
sive summer vacation.
*
Mrs. Maurice Weintraub
has returned from a two
months' visit in New York.
While away she attended the
wedding of her daughter,
Miss Martha Weintraub, to
David Goldman of Paterson,
N. J., she was joined by Mr.
Weintraub for the wedding
which was in Asbury Park,
N. J.
*
Ira Lipshutz left on the SS.

SYOU CAN'T
AFFORD TO
MISS IT!
SThe Laff Riot of the Year
S"AROUND
the CORNER"
with
SThe Screen's Funniest Pair'
SThe Famous
Cohen and Kelly"
| Comedy Team
i GEORGE SIDNEY
j and
CHARLIE MURRAY
I Begins Sat. Midnight
- At the "MOUNTAIN TOP
f AIR" COOLED "HOUSE
I OF ITS"

CAPITOL
I N. Miami Ave., at Third St. -
i Phone 2-1111
S'


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Algonquin for New York shown in Sidney's own inimit- -
city after spending a six- able way. However, to add to WrEST PALM BEACH
week visit as the guest of his the interest we are shown a ACTIVITIES
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. thrilling prize fight with the ______
Harry Weinberg of Miami two pals pounding one anoth-
Beach. er i the excitement. The Great interest and enthus-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph little girl has grown into a iasm has been evoked at re-
Fields were hosts to 30 of beautiful woman who has cent meetings of the Beth El
their friend last week at their staked her all on the boy she Congregation and Sisterhood
home loves, to win the battle. Pri- by the determination to make
*marily a comedy, but do the Talmud Torah a free in-
Mr. and Mrs. A. Engler left fraught with human interest stitution, no tuition fees of
last Friday for New York for to make it a picture long tohared to
a visit, after which they will be remembered by all. Many any kind being charged to
go to their summer home at of course, will take advantage pupils Th eongregation and
East Nassau in the Bahamas. of the matinee prices to enjoy Sisterhood are now making
S* the picture and cool off dur- plans for the reopening of the
Coming to the Capitol ing the hot afternoons. Talmud Torah under the new
Thi-atr with the Saturdav! plan, which will also include


midnite performance are our,
old friends Murray and Sid-
ney, better known as Cohen
and Kelly. Sidney as Kaplan
the Jewish pawn broker, and
Murray the Irish policeman
O'Grady, both pals, find
themselves caring for a little
baby girl left on the steps of
Kaplazs shop. They adopt
her an thus start the argu-
ments k to who can better
take care of her. Two bache-
lors fighting to be kind, bring
into the comedy a touch of
the beauty of human kind-i
ness. The real Jewish heart is

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CAPT. TOM'S
HAS DONE IT AGAIN!
You All know What He Did to the Ice Businesm-Now
THE FISH BUSINESS IS NEXT!
Come to 28 N. W. North River Drive-Fim as Low as Two
Pounds for 25e, and They are Preh Daily-or
Phone 2-5321 Delivery le extra
FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE YOU SHOULD EAT FISH
CAP.


At a meeting held last week
the Womens Club of the
Workmens Circle elected Mrs.
Leon Elkin as its delegate to
the 12th annual conference of
the Southeastern District of
the Arbeiter Ring. which
will be held at Chattanooga.
Tenn.. beginning on August
31st. to and through Septem-
ber 2nd.



REAL
ECONOMY
Our low summer rate
will lave yu money.
Phone today
phone 3-2661
NATIONAL
LAUNDRIES. INC.
lMiami


a five day instead of a four
day weekly schedule.
At a meeting of the Sister-



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7105
FOR PROMPT
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Friday, August


hood of Beth El Co,
plans were discussed f
celebration of the pur
a new "Safer Tro,
shortly the time and *
the "Siyom" which a
held will be annouo
these colums shortly
l


Mr. and Mrs. 0. P.
and children, acconml
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer I
week by auto for New
and Philadelphia. T
spend some time
Beach returning to
about two months.


Ever believing in the i
ovation of Health in
Own Country, we have
dicated ourselves to thI
duction of the finest
purest
MILK
For the Baby and the Aj
Our own old Fashioea
BUTTERMILK
Poultry and day old EI

IVES

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OJUS, FLA.
Florida's First Certifid
Dairy
Miami 'Phone 2-8831


Announcement
Sponsored by the great J. C. Penney-Gwinn Corporation which
has so clearly shown its faith in Greater Miami'


The Guardian Trust Company
Has opened for business at 22 North Miami Avenue and offers
what we conceive to be one of the most important needs of Great-
er Miami, namely:

A Strong Trust Company
Organized for Trust Service Only
Having No Banking Department or Accompanying Deposit
Liability
Operated Independently of Any Commercial Bank Control

A trust company managed by men of integrity who are experienced in the
fundamental requirements of this most serious and important relationship.
The appointment as liquidator of the Biscayne Trust Company
was accepted bythe Guardian Trust Company with full realize
tion of the sacredness of the obligations assumed and n we shll
endeavor to conduct this work in such manner as shall realize a
maximum return for those entitled to same.

We invite your good will and cooperation toward an even Great
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