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 22, 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
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00078

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T A JT.7 U. ..ALA V.


Miami, Florida, Frida
y, August 22, 1930


Pri 5 Cents


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thousands of middle-aged
early Americans the news of
ath of Mrs. Isabella M. Al-
ill come as a surprise that
would have lived so long, and
cause many a sigh of regret
e snapping of another link
the irreclaimable past.
er the pen-name of "Pansy"
Alden wrote more than 120
, which were enormously
ar in the 1870's and, indeed,
to the beginning of the pre-
entury. She was born in 1841,
efofe 1850, more than eighty
ago, her first story had been
shed! The wife of a minister,
her books were of a distinct-
iligious cast. Her most pop-
series, the "Esther Reid"
Sfor girls and young women,
into the millions. It was
ly through Mrs. Alden's writ-
that the Chautauqua educa-
1 movement gained its great
clarity.
now of few persons who have
such useful lives and none
spent so many years in onel


ULATION
total number of inhabitants
e United States is 122,728,-
ccording to the Census final
es. That was the count on
1, 1930, and covers Con-
tal United States. Adding
a, the Philippines, Porto
Hawaii and the Virgin Is-
,the total number of persons
r the United States flag is
601, 561.
ire are but three other gov-
tents in the world under which
any people live. They are
a, Russia and India. The
population of the British
on-wealth of Nations is, of
ie, larger, but none of the Do-
ons Australia, Canada, the
n of South Africa and the
-nor even England and Scot-
together, has anywhere near
iany people as we have.
Id we are still growing. The
figures are seventeen million
er than the 1920 count, the
ast ten-year increase in our
ry.
CE
V guess is that the winner in
tional referendum on the most
lar woman in America would
[rs. Nicholas Longworth, wife
e Speaker of the eouse and
hter of Theodore Roosevelt.
a knows more about polities,
side working of affairs, than
other womma in America, in
robability. She never makes
ahes, which may be one of the
ins why everybody thinks well
Dr. Her most intimate friend
rs. Ruth Hanna McCormick,
is running for Senator from
s and in whose campaign
Longworth is helping. They
been intimates from girlhood
Alice's father lived in the
e House aad Ruth's father
United States Senator from


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Georges Carpentier, who fought
Dempsey for the heavyweight
championship, returns to Americi
to act in the talkies.

Beth David Cantor
Resigns Positior

Cantor I. H. Pekarsky o
Beth David Synagogue whi
recently resigned from Bet]
David left Miami last Satur
day for the North where h
will occupy a position as Can
tor with a large Congregation
For nearly a year Cantor I
H. Pekarsky was the head o
the teacher's staff of the Tal
mud Torah and made a splen


did record of accomplishment
in the classes conducted by
him. He was presented witi
a petition several days before
he left, signed by ninety five
per cent of the pupils attend
ing his classes, urging him tc
remain in Miami. Cantor Pe.
karsky has occupied the posi
tion as Cantor in a large num-
ber of Synagogues in Grand
Rapids, Cincinnatti and Chi-
cago.

French Towns
Desire Jews

Paris-Rabbi Shaltiet of
Avignon, France, issued an
appeal to the various immi-
g ration aid organizations
working in France urging
that Jews be sent to the
French town of Blaumont.
Carpentras, and Caviglon. In
his appeal, Rabbi Shaltiel
urges the fact that once large
Jewish communities inhabit-
ed these towns and that quite
a large number of merchants
and mechanics could make a
spelndid living there, and once
large communities would once
again flourish.


20 deaths to eiery 23 births.
IS I A century and a half ago an
mety-four hundred and eighty English clergyman named Malthus
a were born in New York wrote a learned essay in which he
In the last week of July. In calculated that the pressure of
apte week only 106 persons population upon the means of sub-
Sthe city. f the same ratio sistence would make it impossible
rts to dSaths continue thru for all the people on earth in the
.ar and rie o the 20th century now-to get food
or wuld soon eon h to et. The Malthusian
S1 u t e n cud not tt" i wasu taken seHiously 'by
t." -, -many e onomists until recently.
_a omhow, It Isn't working out.
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Orthodox Synago-
gue Is Organized

Great enthusiasm attended
the meeting of the members
of the recently organized Mi-
ami orthodox Jewish Congre-
gation at the Congress bldg.
last Wed. night. More than
seventy were present and en--
rolled as members. A number


of interesting addresses were
made, in the course of which
the action of a certain congrc-
gation in Miami in the treat-
ment of its spiritual leader
was vehemently condemned,
though no official resolutions
were adopted.
t A resolution affirming the Miss M. E
t faith of the members in Orth- man who
a, odox Jewish principles was I out-shooting
unanimously adopted, as was the British
a resolution urging the estab- King's Trop
lishment of a strictly Ortho-
dox Synagogue and Talmud Local
STorah.
Reports of a number of Wins
committees were heard and
Sthe report of the High Holi- Florida
o days committee that a hall t
h had been secured brought a onal re
_ great deal of applause. A do- achievemer
e nation of a new "Holy Ark" advertising
and two "Safer Torahs" as ads. placed
" well as other articles to be ida newspi
I. ured in the Synagogue follow- vert
[. ed the report of the commit- vertising
f tee. Slichoth services on the Advertisin
- Saturday night preceding the the Florida
High Holidays will be con- Company
Sducted at the Synagogue of R. Hilty of
t the Beth Abraham.Congrega- was entered
y tion on North West Fifth lic utility
h avenue. The Rosh Hashono, which had
e Shabos Shuva and Yom Kip- October. O
pur services will be conducted ing compa
e at the Odd Fellows Hall, and New York
the Succoth services at the General E
) Beth Abraham Synagogue. such simili
Tickets for the entire services contestants
will be sold at $2. and $3. vice ads. of
each, and provision has been took 13th
made to take care of those un- months.
1 able to pay. points we
A prominent Cantor will monthly w
chant the services and a Rab- layout, art
bi will be engaged to preach orious copy
the sermons. The sexes will favorable c
be segregated and all services lished by
will be conducted according to Ad Review
the strict Jewish Orthodox month.
ritual.
A committee was authoriz- Jewish
ed to arrange for the opening Wis
of a Talmud Torah within a ment
short time. Temporary offic-
ers selected to serve until the Estal
election which will be held
immediately after the High The In
Holidays were chosen as The only
follows: President Ed Wolfe; meant agency
Treasurer, Max Kupferstein; eerC an
Secretary, Sadye G. Rose. On several we
Ihe Executive board: Nathan leaderl-kn
Adelman, Louis Vangilder, well-knowd
M y e r Friedman, William lirc tle' a
Mechlowitz, Sam Futterfass, te local
H. M. Drewitch, and Max Whe n int.
Rappaport. o wen n
To celebrate the return of en explain
Mrs. I. Buckstein the presi-condtions
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary, ployments .
from Europe, as well as to cular care
celebrate the organization of lth sypa
the new Synagogue, a banquet .ithe symp
will be held one day at ppcant fo
week. The committee ceive.
charge is headed by Mr. Louis staboors e
Vangldaer. b~id. taJd ,
A committee was hinted bd.._1..,
to seek a location- thP ___
bu-l tantalW .
....regafion De a subi an ew.


3. Foster, English Wo-
amazed everybody by
the crack shots of
Army and winning the
hy.
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JEWISH NEWS
THROUGHOUT
FLORIDA

JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Haimowitz
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Al Weiss and son, left Satur-
day by motor for Asheville,
N. C., to spend ten days, Mrs.
Haimowitz will go to Balti-
more, Md., after leaving Ahse-
ville.
Cantor Boris Schlachman,
for a number of years Can-
tor at Beth David Synagogue
Miami, Fla., conducted ser-
vices at the Jacksonville
Jewish Center last Friday
night and Saturday.
ORLANDO, FLA.


Utility An event of last week was
ti t the marriage of Miss Edythe
ReCOogmIOn Sigal the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Sigal of this city to
has again won na- Mr. Ben Irving Katz, at the
cognition for its Ohev Sholom Synagogue with
SRabbi Leschinsky officiating.
nts, this time in the A musical program prior to
r field. A group of the ceremnnv ws rendered hv


in sixty four Flor- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beck.
apers by the Ad- The bride was attended by
department of the her sister Miss Ethel, and lit-
idepartment of t le Ruth Shirley Berkowitz
g department of was flower girl. Frank Sigal
a Power and Light brother of the bride was best
of which Mr. Geo. man.
Miami, is the head,
d in a national pub- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
advertising contest While driving at 40th st.,
been going on since near Spruce ave. Boulevard,
)ut of 186 compet- one day last week the car of
nies in which the H. Epstein of Ft. Lauderdale,
Bell Telephone Co., Fla. was struck by the ma-
Ilectric and other chine of J. Brophy, driving
ar companies were Mr. Epstein's car against the
i, the Sunshine ser- fire plug and breaking it off.
Sthe local company No one was injured.
place within three
Additional rating TAMPA, FLA.
ere obtained as Miss Miriam Leibowitz of
winners because of this city entertained last week
, copy and merit- in honor of Miss Rose Leader
r. A great deal of of Birmingham, Ala., at a
comment was pub- bridge tea at which a large
the Public Utility number of the prominent
Sfor the current younger Jewish set of Tampa
were present. Miss Leader


Employ-
Agency Is
wished Here

r Jewish employ-
y in this section of
'y was organized
mks ago under the
of Mr. M. Rosen,
in local communal
an active figures
real estate mark-
erviewed, Mr. Ros-
d that he felt the
warranted an em-
agency wherein
receive the parti-
tbey merit, and
hy which a Jewish
r work should re-
offices have been
in the Congress
locl Jewry wait
mIat with intent.

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sang. She is well known for
her abilities being a frequent
performer over station WK-
BC.
*
Miss Leader was guest of
honor at a party given in her
honor by Sam Perlman and
Her man Gluckman of Brad-
enton at the Blue Lantern
Inn at Sarasota. A number of
the younger Jewish set of
Tampa were present as guests.
*
Marcus Edelstein and Miss
Lackowitz spent the week end
in Gainesville as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Leibowitz.
6 *
Abe Steinberg, of New York
city, is the guest of his sis-
ter and brother-a-law, Mr.
and Mrs. George Ichill, of 85-
18 Ninth street. Mr. Steinberg
is a former resident of Tampa.
S* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mans
and employees of B etn :
Mss, Inc, were teai :
Th Oda f fternoob
tiln Jones, of Anna
bach, with a picnic at

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A reade Vi- e: wrnee
minornfs agk a neat carc was

Mng a new piacte v!Bere fender&
cuonic be retairec nepay anc
properTy. I kep: te card ancd
afer awr.tne Iemiec to gc
rver tu: haTe some of the-
re.ia* of a Ehrd winter -iror-
ec out. T mry surprise I
found a iargP Truci backed
up : -the door a nd M t
mirrng oa machinmerr.
"WT er 3 located lC h -e
neaor and toid hm my mus-
a[I. lhe said. Of-C. bu' you
namTe con-o tot iae. 3I aried
andc waited aid few came. I
cldwc dt good worE bum had
:: out for I car ni: longer
ry the rei-_
*' was sorry 'hzr i cDame
!or Late. : would have beeLr
u i as corTeuef for ime t
tva come earlier. And
adt n mie TTIk at maye
at is wnm i s wro'g wh.rL
.* ustres^ to08y
EMave aD J OT olf us are
a-o.pOrnciig "'- things That we

ciund mean .fi Te life-blood of
mte eirinerprise That if ecu-e
teed to girt ii.niest sernet.
*yPwsih by *'j'ttrerin ni
2 i 2 e lirt- f Our T Dignligfc
an conservatism we oonic do
Swfie thrit toward keeping
,Ie wheesk of industry tiri-
We wonceir rheniier ts
coitd nt be a lessonL to ,u
MiaLiLn. Maybe we are
posytponngn the rerr things?
we should are doame today- A
purIhase of just a lite thin
NOW and not wheln the sea-
soLi begins. w-oulD l rtainb
Let things along.-
te wonder, if it isnal Our
Own too conserratTe conser-
-tism that's keezpig a s
dowrc in the month anid wor-

Just a liatte bucking up.a a
little lbrmcig up. a litte less
v-(rTying ari conservatismn
and WiAnmians would be bet-
4r 1 f 4M

The old time weainws got
a rabbit ow of a ha, buat a
mnodem chraf si gil Cm get a
ak KeTr ca t of M- eU.


A PRAVE


Li -a candi t e: i
windy pa-lan.
Wii nexer a maThrIl: :
:iaLr tii -a:

i i-' empe.- ..e.

KLV t. s .. ,
Far rh, -i. 3 aspire lt r'P a
a ea dy lig.:


the ignt. n
The fiiat e f y spin-
numrn dimir snill .

le- me gi suddenr at Goe.
Like a fame h-:t is qm-ui-
ened to lare its tbest
By the swiF cdearrusi of the

From a sunset cloud fir hie
west.

Tae yTL)m l housetift wht
hadc ieer readinm e Ae ciarert
a0D nrougrtt: ouons.. 'gamE anc
scublonf for her vegetati.t
soupj. "1 surpriing.' sne
cr-mnentP ed. '"wha a differ-
nce .a few sce fs m:ak.

aher we pgo t picnic
these hr summer 3 sy vwe
are corvinced rhit the ltree
sete are maid. female anl d
insecs..

Airt education grand
They're e aciming he children
their A. B. C-Fs now r Tfee-
in there aihanetinca sorg-u

COne of my customers wears
a plaid Tes: c aeep a cheeki
or his stomach.


if a

shouic


mercham gets a lit te
it his accounts he
drink a ottle of idKe-


Mediumr-I have allied thne
spir-i three time-. He moves
and makes a sigri. bu wi not
come
omice b Audiene--Mar-
h-E he sa t-er.

Following a hea ware. far-
mere in Jerservil. Ill, are
digging baked potatoes from
te ground. Throughon the
cyranr similar stores are
teing cooked in; wrztniu a
T.V.fe.

One of the Iudreti motor
ars around townT is operated
byr an en-maichine guan sier-
ge.ari who orefes t as hi
portable dugout.

The g-r-friend says IhaT
she's so- buFr keeping thie
trading skirt of ithe W' froLm
under .thte s'ens feel that she3
caEM It manipLtE the thig
handshake Tha used to go
with te stgry- -


The younger fo&k no longer
trust the Emersao icdea:
Wher Ditry sterndt sar -YOu
must."
The youth repliesz "Qh
yeah' r

Marriage is bomd t be a
faihrwe if be rocks the bmemt
tiie she rocks the cradle-

Our idea of a wise ma ifs
4=e Who S jSEl a little Meff
foafMi tiHa the majgrmy.


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s MEWift -y s:
mDusiness f Lkou.

Cznmni-iaelrur mer u. LrrTv.
I miear thar yol ae Imrri-ec
again.y'Ul P is me iucaT rif
meris timn m 6
Iaur.W-I reag' m6 t 0:retkL
hem name. funr : v ie. i
rde az =te houe fis s smewhnE

Long oen -geensue- it-
earthy acran :o r t 'r't


Aac ain &aeas 5i, er 2iry -
me gotuc Done woma rer
of anomer.


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Some- JOhN JO t (H GAIN ml
are like diamonds. more :-_ .PROGRESS" VS. LON)G LIFE
SmeraE tha ust L uer-. r doubt that this earth was designed frA
Sh:,:n ar uptnry of mar and for the lower animals, and
~wtheLr -a F- edciz 1eef for bhfeLaQ anmd long life was placed within th&ir
compie-ec r i:, U;:, s i c in for t'eir benefit
marriage ~~licm. Cruiliaza" ha brought with it many diseases
S -" t c E -c.-er the primitiTe man. The olest
A nar rrt erer ra ii ll: J he had Bred nt tonare i
rntrn.iry r.f ze !: n hand tried to turn night it-d~, aundr
takr are iir sme. th w-y G:, mr.tended him to re; l tg life w heis
S- c : P : 'cdf no freg of ntuar that he didW;
The r:. of ai- ;.. rr- sed o.fnu.rs laws.
hemns cr ctwedrtas a man ths rery day, txBed anb d toga d in
-ere mistiroe r' Es--or ,his war to the golf links. ApopiKyJ
one mnr. w e;n over him. He wore a flaed suit, soft aIB
or- reject feia si oes. and was smoking ftaieasy to
Dort raie a a n 'e0-A.,, mrersna alchiaei- 'bitti ngOn all siN Be bad
=oTDE ti t:OUhiser tad i oe finers in the dirt hnis life
Hee may -e- yor n-anc he e "d r erer done a lick of manual labor.
-hen omte. Here he was oum seekLd heal bthBing lIe a
em-e c s wh i.ere h Be waws. doubtless worth tpllt of ma*,
no 100ta aCher~I: an oZT- Fr99h days, it fee& But a&caretal lcsrvrbm
tar ers m Crt aers nsu-e his LFE for fire dolar! Be was
and screams 'June-yer shouk 1* and sahtr .EFea of tj-oe 131 a
4 .- a his et--" readerde, be l
o ort dcdn 0acfor what he has a lat for eir t3 e
Touzh f ( Scnot]ch Em de- mc Frnk I tOuldn' nor a d r'
r it holeF.' ]the Des-
~~a~tW mtriaake a "great game" of this He o ofrC i
S' ,iPatIn and progress Is the gen wao*
TwDO Van tmriur to cmer- labo ople put in a few oa ot ia
tf le-f a sre da a ,an itw- eigit M h a
fn ^a^ s as -etr is^ond leq uth ldem be s eabeei.gi
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,- L very muhappy yonag sIaL va

I.. W4^'I --.p-. years old. and an ideaiis L
Ir -- vrre h works use coarse larnuage. th
S:r. Also. his job h is l
h:p: : i ie he said- 'Great msir havej
*i :i*- I : headed nowhere. I haven't foun

i ra:ri vhc: would you have said to that bor?
r s -r : mcst of the men whom we readi bo
:) r ri:.' C Ic n T haTe aUy great purpose. A fr,
n ir-11 nPrJC paimters. had a talent that eoni at
ami L T"- treat ma.jorit, of whom Linchn i
h--i e;.Lr-tEW ere tjust as discouraged in roulhis
-:uinr rneric They did not know where th er we
:t Wic no: cI: They simply plugged ahead anda
: _r ~:e-Zr surprise, won out.
; a.LiuL m second place that all men are crdea
me -r vonderf L. The purest saint has secret i
re T r: malk him blush. the worst man has mafe

lMar i:s he nblest of aDl the ceatures. and the
-,ari -s r~ie uigrher than the animas, a little Iowe
-r! n fie.- Wn-h al] his crudeness, he does his wori
f- .-f or'Tis young. and faces blind fate with coumqe.
*C,:': Z~trce men or judge them," I said to ~tk
'Li:- -ren.. iSympthize with. them Laugh wi)
:K,: vil:; dL i- ;udginlg.
F:'y I said -Lha. while it might do the younger
r:c :: LnfiCrg ig job. I doubted whether it would. i
i. L :-rWinglr industry which has made fortunes adi
nr.nf mTTary oWIers..
~ taic r-r hao.: a friend of mine who was driving
It errutr mountains. Wanting to get to Cinctimtti
-ne riZmT. h asked directions of a native.
"'J: CIrW -is road about ten miles, and take vrn
tL:- ..' n-n rn'rve began.' Then he stopped. and sp.
r2 ni yoU'c d ttelter to go the other way and lake
ft iefit. Hte spat again, thought deeply, and thiai
sudrier :,urs o con-fidence. exdpained: "Tell you what,
JIr. If was aiming to go to Cincinnati I wouldi't
on, here."
Mot of s f rain to arrive, but we'd Eike to ratrti
sofmenere eis. Maybe rm wrong, tst I ye caem at
c-r'ncf!usi: h& t:ta: doesn't make mek di fference wIes
.tr-s.. MhT: ai L usinesse- are good and all are ad, all
duii ncj L .e hrt rlj.g
-And 'i : .e important thing about getting samed
is n:m. sgT'ruimg maps. r wonderingg about other rMds L
Lr'Ze rgn here. w, ere we are.




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ust 22, 1930. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page 3


SOCIETY


Buckstein, presi-
Ladies Auxiliary
id returned from
an tour to New
eek and arrived
iday morning.

ore Fine and son
g several weeks
t Hendersonville
traveled by auto
ie, who returned
st Monday.
*
adow is still con-
home as a result
tions arising out
nation recently un-
him.

it appeared in our
issue that Mr. and
gler were sending
mer vacation at
u in the Bahamas,
East Nassau in the
Mountains.
*
Neham and his
sther have just re-
iami after having
weeks in New York
*
Schoenfeld was
t Sunday evening
e, 344 N. E. 26th
honor of the birth-
r husband. Bridge
and prizes were'
the highest scores
e evening a salad
served. Among
ent were Mrs. R.
and -Mrs. Morris
.and Mrs. Charles
,Mr. and Mrs-. J.
essrs. A. Tausher,
pson, Louis Vangil-
Mesdames Louis
ouis Hayman and
Friedman, Milton
and Roslyn Fried-
*
Argintar will leave
)r Ashville, N. C., by
)ring Mrs. Argintar
ly home from their
racation.
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sisterhood of Beth
lami Beach will en-
Sa card party at the

an Employment
Service
ie people we serve"
B of Help Furnished
V Day or Week "-
and Domestic Help
a Specialty
or Congress Bldg.
Phone 2-3434


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Hotel Leonard, 54 Ocean Dr.,
Miami Beach next Monday
afternoon, at 2 p. m., when
Mesdmes Wexler and will be
the hostesses.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiessel
are expected to return to Mi-
ami next week having spent
several weeks in New York
City on a combined business
and pleasure trip.
*
Mr. I. L. Mintzer returned
this week after having been
gone about four ,weeks on a
combined business and pleas-
ure trip. Due to the sudden
illness of their daughter Eth-
el who was operated on in a
New York hospital, Mrs.
Mintzer and daughter will not
return to Miami for another
month.
*
Mrs. Ralph ;Gans Holberg
announces the, engagement
and approaching marriage of
her daughter, Miss Franoes
Flora Holberg to Bernard
Phillip Joel of Athens, Ga.,
the wedding to take place in
Athens at 1 p. m. Sunday,
September 7, at the home of
Mr. and FJirs. Charles Joel,
brother and sister-in-law of
Mr. Joel.
*
Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz of
S. W. 11th ave., has left for
a vacation in New York.
*
Mrs. Louis R. Roth,. her
daughter, Georgia, and son,
Edward, returned this morn-
ing from Asheville and Hen-
dersonville. Another daughter
Miss Dorothy Roth remained
in Savannah to take kinder-
garten instruction.

Mrs. Harry Nevins an-
nounces the marriage of her
sister, Miss Helen Freed, to
Maurice N. Weinerman at
noon Tuesday at the Beth
David Synagogue. Dr. N. 'M.
Saffra officated. The bride
wore a flesh colored chiffon


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Mrs. Wm. Mechlowitz en-
tertained at dinner last Fri-
day night, honoring a party
consisting of Mrs. H. Stahl,
Miss Marjorie Stahl, Miss
Reba Feder and Mr. and Mrs.
Gold, all of Passaic, N. J. In
addition to the guests of hon-
or a number of the immediate
relatives of the Mechlowitz
family were present.

Dr. M. D. Kirsch accom-
panied by his son Ralph, left
last Tuesday for New York
City by auto where he will
join Mrs. Kirsch for an ex-


tended stay. While in the
north, Dr. Kirsch will attend
clinics at Baltimore, New
York and Boston.

Miss Mary Gorin of Pater-
son, N. J., became the bride
of Morris L. Lessay, of Ft.
Pierce, last Tuesday afternoon
(Continued on Page 4)

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Phones 23535-31624


gown with matching hat and
her flowers were a corsage of
orchids and roses.
Mrs. Nevins was matron of
honor, Miss Rose Mary Ger-
son, maid of honor, and C. Y.
Byrd of Delray Beach was
best man. Following the wed-
ding a luncheon was given for
the couple at the Hotel Pan-
coast with Mrs. Nevins, Miss
Gerson, Paul C. Taylor and
Mr. Byrd in attendance. Mr.
and Mrs. Weinerman left dur-
ing the afternoon on the SS.
Algonquin for an extended
wedding trip. They will make
their home in Delray Beach
upon returning where Mr.
Weinerman operates a men's
haberdashery.

Wednesday, August 27, at
8 p. m., is the date of the next
card party to be sponsored by
the Senior Hadassah at May-
field Court Apartments in the
Patio, Miami Beach. Reserva-
tions may be made by phoning
Mrs. Barney Weinkle, 5-2764
or Mrs. M. Goldenblank, 3-17-
98, who will arrange tables as
you wish. The small sum of
.50c will be charged.
0* *
Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Gottes-
man entertained last week at
a bridge party in honor of her
aunt, Mrs. H. Stahl, and a
party of friends, consisting of
her daughter, Miss Marjorie
Stahl, Mr. and Mrs. Gold and
Miss Reba Feder all of Pasaic,
N. J. The party motored down
from New Jersey and remain-
ed here a short time during
which they were extensively
entertained. At the bridge
party prizes were awarded
and during the evening an
elaborate supper was served.


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Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
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Phone 20621

BAGS and METALS
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(Ine.)
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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

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

FISH & SEA FOODS
STANDARD FISH CO.
"629 W. Flagler St.
SPhone 2-3862


PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
Chan. 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.
Precriptiasa Otr -Spcialty
128 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2971

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 28261
107 South Miami Avenue
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ust 22, 1930.


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


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Friday, Augot


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


ing a final report of the Card from Mr. Ben Ryder that he
in frty, which was held at the has Visited Albany, Saratoga,
SOCIETY WEST PAIM BEACH Show Boat. was given. The and Monticello, and is spend-
SACrTIVITIES party proved to be a great ing the remainder of his va-
(Contiued Tsuccess. It being given for th cation in the Catskill Moun-
(Continued from Page 3) benefit of the free Talmud tains, where he is having a
at the home of Rev. M. B. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Acker- Torah, there was an unusually delightful time.
Herman, 327 Washington man of Orlando visited the large attendance. Great cred- SOCIETY
avenue, Miami Beach, who of- Misses Nellie and Rachel Op-it de to the hostess for SOCIETY
ficiated. The bride who was penheim here last week, to- the evening who was Mrs. J.
unattended, w a s smartly gether with their children Greenberg. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Blank
unattended was smartly ether ., Joseph and Fran-i and family are expected to re-
gowned in an ensembleoseph and F Miss Muriel Rosenwald is turn to Miami the early part
white. After a wedding trip s leaving for New York and of next week.
whit, the young couple d g ip* Wts where she will *
east, the young couple will Abe Katz, formerly of this sachuet we. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Rippa
make their home in Miami, city and now in business at weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs Moe Rippa,
where they have a large num- Tallahassee visited here last have just returned to New
her of friends. week for a brief time. iMs. Esther Jacobs and her York City after a tour of
infant daughter are leaving England, France and Ger-


Mrs. Harry Orlin gave a
resume of "Cimarron" by Ed-
na Ferber at the meeting of
the Fortnightly Book Review
club held last Tuesday night
at the home of Mrs. Harry
Weinberg at Miami Beach.
Others present were Mrs.
Charles Rosengarten, Mrs. R.
sincee Rose, Mrs. Henry Berg,
Mrs. Maurice Leskowitz, Mrs.
Al Goldstein, Mrs. Adele V.
Rose and Mrs. Albert E. Ros-
enthal.
The next meeting will be
held Tuesday. Sept. 2, with
Mrs. Rosengarten, Mrs. Mil-
ton Weiner will review "Ex.
.ie." (Warwick Deeping.)
*


The Sisterhood of the Tem- for home n Atlanta aft
pie Israel observed "Sister- spending a six weeks vaca-
hood Vacation" in the form tion with her he rs.
of a beach picinic, at the footJulia Rosenwald. who lives in
of Royal Palm Way. Thurs- the Gardens.
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oay aIrernoon at o ClOCK.
*
A regular monthly meeting
of the Congregation Beth El
was held Wednesday night at
the Community Hall. on Sev-
enth Street. Final plans were
completed concerning the
High Holidays. Due to the
fact that many important
matters were discussed, there
was quite a large attendance.
t the last Sisterhood meet-
At the last Sisterhood meet-


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A number of friends of i
Miss Millicent Rubin, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Rubin, long time resi-I
dents of Miami, surprised her-
with a part-y at her home last
Friday night. The mysterious
4-plus-1 Club was in charge '
of the festivities and theJ
Misses Irene and Sylvia Farr
entertained with a number of
vocal and instrumental selec-i
tions during the evening. The
event was in honor of the fact
that Miss Rubm will shortly'-


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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rosen- leave to enter Brenau College
feld of the Miami Showcase at Gainesville, Ga.
and Fixture Co. will celebrate *
the Bar Mitzva of their son, Phil Somberg is on a brief
Irving, this coming Saturday business trip to New York
morning, August 23rd, at City where he will spend a
9:30 A. M. at the Beth Jac-iweek or ten days.
ob Synagogue, Miami Beach. ,,
Immediately after the ser-
vices the parents will be hosts I If You Place Your
of the Congregation at an old Insurance
fashioned Kiddush in the an- hrogh me, you all-ways
teroom of the Synagogue. fl safe, for. yo know yo
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