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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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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:
September 5, 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).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00080

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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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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-No. XXXVI. Miami, Florida, Friday, September 5, 1930 Price 5 Cents


Junior Council
Elects Officers

M.rs. Aaron Farr was clect-
Wv ed president of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women at
,T CAMP Jo a meeting hed Tuesday night
K Three short at the home ofiiss Jean Bal-
e glitter of Broad- ber. Other offers chosen
Like some unsight-
ide the Hudson riv- were Miss Martha-Spiegel-
e gray squalor of man, vice president; Miss Ida
nement district.
de of the city that and Miss Ruth Schwartz, cor-
know. To most responding secretaries; Miss
in small towns-
of them-New York Bernice Loeb, recording sec-
)f wealth and ultra- retary; Miss Balber, treasur-
city of spectacular er.
is also one of spec- Committee chairmen were
h The jewels and appointed as follows: Miss
fth Avenue are but
from the unshaven Sylvia Farr, hospitality; Miss
)age cansand prow- Lyl Chisling, publicity; Miss
xth Avenue.
rtling contrasts'... Elsie Weinberger, member-
ship. Other committees will be
tenements is human organized at the next regular
ily a Dickens could
current drive against meeting at 8 p. m. Tuesday,
he tenement house Sptember 16. The council is
ed conditions that 1
ocked the author of sponsoring the Beth David
t" troop of Girl Scouts, of which
sectors found eight
in three rooms, only Miss Georgia Roth is in
iad a window. Fif- charge. A 10-year-old child
lies liv a thts-noneg has been adopted by the coun-
neighborhood. Some cil which has financed her
nning water. Others education and clothing since
November.
louse, which had no Extensive plans for social
nilies living on the
thseanme bathroom activities are being outlined
bathtub. by the group. The Miami unit
n't seem to be any of the Junior Council has
spector commented been in existence for the last
laughed. six years and has gained re-
any water because cognition through its chari-
ly pipes." table, religious and social ac-
med to them?" tivities
f the tenants didn't ties.
,nd sell them, prow-
Sway with the light West Palm Beach
*Will Ceerte
oasts a smail flower Will. Celebrate
ith sun flowers and
S. banners of defi-
sullen world. Congregation Beth El, at
i in buckets and tin West Palm Beach will cele-
ipon a fire escape. brate on Sunday night begin-
e it would cut off ning at 8 p. m. in the Com-
ore than a hundred
uot com e down, the munity Center to mark the
red. reception and ceremonies in-
cident to the presentation of
ky, in a tiny room, a new "Safer Torah" to the
ith three convictions Congregation.
The next conviction An elaborate program has
prisonment. Soon,
narrow stairs that been prepared which will in-
ing place, there will clude addresses by Rabbi
wearing a badge. Wroobel, as well as by a num-
appen. They may ber of City and County offi-
tenement inspector, cials who have accepted invi-
day's work
stations to be present.
an had an idea-a The formal part of the pro-
ig up a certain rad- gram will be followed by an
rime and again he elaborate supper which will be
scheme to the sta- in charge of the Sisterhood of
Each time he re-
gement, but no de- Beth El.
.purchase. In charge of arrangements
ago he had another in addition to the Rabbi is a
- the sixth in two committee headed by Mrs.
the fifteenth floor Harry A Lee.
Down the corridor Harry A. Lee.
lut this time, some- Invitations are extended to
I't force himself to the residents of Miami, Mi-
aybe this would be ami Beach and all nearby cit-
)ther trips. ies to attend the event.
down the hall. Up
id to the sixteenth
worth while, he oe- Their ancient auto creaked up to
he threw himself a filling station. Out popped the
r, driver.
Below, the station 'h wants some gasoline," ne
ed and waited, s with a grandiose air.
tract lay on the 'There was a delay of several
r signing. He could- minutes, punctuated by sounds of
I where Grossman angling between the driver and
s always been so he station proprietor. Finally one
, so eager to go f the girls in the car poked her


deal head out to see what was the mat-
* ter. She was just in time to hear
of Color, with aev- her chocolate Lochinvar exclaim:
ky friends, was pre- "Aw, put in a whole gallon,
kunday Joy ride. then!"


Beth David Elects
Teacher Rabbi

According, to a statement
issued by officials of Beth Da-
vid Synagogue, Rabbi S. M.
Machtei has been electeu to
take charge of the Talmud
Torah of Beth David and also
to serve as acting Rabbi of
the Congregation. Rabbi
Machtei is a native of Kadan,
and received his rabbinical
trainmrig at the Yeshiva of


Orthodox Congre-
gation Meets Here

A very enthusiastic meet-
ing of the recently organized
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation was held Wednes-
day night, at the home of
Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum, in
Shenandoah. Reports of var-
ious committees were heard
and the sale of a considerable
number of tickets for the High
Holiday services was report-
ed. The gift of an "Ark" for


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SHEETS
TO determine why cotton fabrics
wear out, the U. S. Bureau of
Home Economics has mad'- a lab-
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Ponivezh, where he also re- the keeping of the "Safer To- ed by a big Washington hotel.
ceived his "Smicha." He came rah" was reported as was the The results of the tests have
to New York City while a gift of various articles of fur- been submitted to manufacturers
Sniture and coverings for the of sheeting, who are trying to
young man and his parents findd ways to make sheets which
still reside there. He acted as yn-gue. will wear longer in the parts where
still reside there. He acted as ftr som discussion these gave out.
Secretary for the Union of committee was authorized to Not a matter of great national
Orthodox Congregations dur.. lease a building to house the importance, perhaps, but an illus-
S-a s f te new Cong- tration of the way in which scien-
ing 1924 and 1925 and subse- activities of the new Congre- tific research by the Government
quently was Rabbi in opeka, nation which will include gen- aids manufacturers and incident-
., ad o w C eral social work in addition to ally helps to provide the' public
Kan., and otner western Cities a Talmud Torah and Synago- with better goods.
occupying pulpits in Conser- gue. The committee in charge INDUSTRIES
vative Congregations. He has of the Talmud Torah reported ]iCONOMISTS, statesmen and
been active in educational cir- that negotiations for the elec- J" capitalists are hunting for new
cles having been principal of tion of a Rabbi and teacher industries to take up the slack in
number ofTalmud Torahs. were progressing satisfactor- permanent employment resulting
a number f Talmud Torahs. i a a R would bthre from the extensions of labor-say-
He is married and has one ily and a Rabb" would be there Iing devices in established indus-
child. He has preached at in time for the High Holiday tries.
Beth David for the past sev- services. One thing that is being seriously
eral weeks, speaking at late Tickets for the High Holi- considered by one of the great
services on r"riday night, an day services which will be concerns which manufactures me-
services on iday night, and atheOdd Fellows Hall chanical devices, is a machine
in Yiddish at the Saturday held at the dd Fellows Hall which can be installed in the
morning services....He will are on sale throughout the home, like a radio or a refrigera-
have charge oi the High Holi- City. tor, which will cool the house, or
hat least the room it is in, in Sum-
day services at Beth David. mer. In the laboratory it is pos-
Rabbi Machtei will preach Lawyer Cantor to sible to do this now. What is
Friday evening at 8 o'clock Cnt S needed is the development of this
on "The stubborn and rebell- Conduct services on a commercial scale, to sell at
o sa price within the reach of the
ious son-a message to par- -average family.
ents," and on the weekly por- Mr. A Shefferman of Wash- In time, and perhaps in a very
tion of the Torah on Satur- ington, D. C., well-known Jew- short time, something like that
day morning. ish lawyer of that City has will become a great industry.
The Sunday school and Tal- been engaged to officiate as AIRPLANES
mud Torah was opened last Cantor for ieth David during FOR the first time since flying
Sunday, with Stanley'C. My- the High Holiday services. was invented, anybody can now
ers, Irene and Sylvia Farr Mr. Shefferman is reputed buy a serviceable, up-to-date plane,
and Miriam Scheinberg cor-- to posess a splendid baritone complete with engine and all nec-
essary equipment, for less than
prising the teacher staff of voice and is the son of the e f l .
the Sunday school. After the late Rev. Alter Shefferman, That does not mean, however,
Friday evening services the who for a long time was Can- that flying is about to become as
ladies of the Congregation tor of the Eden St. Synagogue popular as motoring. For one
will be hosts at an informal at Baltimore, and later was thing,an airplanestilneeds a lot
of room from which to take off
reception to Mrs. Machtei the Cantor at the Sixth Street and land in; it is not adapted to
'wife of the Rabbi, who arriv- Synagogue at Washington, D. the use of the city dweller. Park-
ed here this week. The Syna- C. During his father's life he ing space for airplanes is not eas-
gogue is being renovated for served in the choir of his ily found.
the High Holidays and an an- father's congregation, and for practicing flying in increasing
nouncement pertaining to the past several years has numbers and planes are being
the reservations of seats will been a member of' the Sixth ste y improved as to stability
be made shortly. street Synagogue Choir. He is and durability in the air. Thou-
sands more lives will be sacrificed
expected to arrive in Miami before the safe airplane is per-
Communal Worker several days prior to Rosh fected, but it is safe to say that in
Hashono. His grandfather another fifty years the air will
Injured By Auto was for a long number of have lost most of its danger.
Sears at the head of the adult
M r s. M a x Kupferstein, Talmud study group at the REST
Mrs. Max Kupferstein den streetSynagogue A TEN-MINUTE rest every two
prominent communal worker Eden streetogue a or three hours is a better stim-
i l.,:-t..,^ ,ia in ;t he Baltimore. ulus to continued efficiency than
d eniu pefficiency thaniiv II


anu Ypai rcuiar actvc iv wn
Ladies Auxiliary of the Tal-
mud Torah during the past
several years, was injured
and badly bruised as the re-
sult of an auto accident last
Wednesday afternoon, on the
County causeway, going to-
wards Miami Beach.
Mrs. Kupferstein is now
confined to her home and is
under the care of Dr. Barney
Weinkle. Fortunately, she
sustained no serious injuries,
and is expected to be able to
leave her home in about ten
days.
The accident occurred as
she was alighting from the
automobile in which she was
a passenger.


Temple Israel To
Resume Activities

Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
returned to Miami this week,
after having :been away at
Cincinnati, where he attended
a course at the Hebrew Union
College. Regular services will
be resumed tonight under the
direction of Rabbi Kaplan.
The Sunday school will re-
open for its regular sessions
on Sunday morning, Septem-
ber 21st, when the staff of
teachers under the leadership
of Rabbi Kaplan will be on
hand to greet the students.


lopping off an entire hour from
the working day, the Women's
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Labor reports.
Tests of the recuperative power
of the human machine have prov-
ed that it takes four times as
long for the muscles to rest when
they have been worked to the en-
durance limit, as it does for them
to regain their tone after working
half as long.
In one large New York publish-
ing house there is a ten-minute
rest period at 10:30 in the morn-
ing and another at 3:00 in the af-
ternoon.
The same office closes down all
day Saturday from April to Octo-
ber. Its record of production, is
higher than any office with which
its work has been compared.
Metal workers as well as physi-
cal workers benefit by complete
relaxation at frequent Interval..


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Friday, September 5, 1930


THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
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by the
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SEntered as second class matter,
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at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 3, 1879.
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One Year ......... .......... $. 2.00
VOL. III. NO. XXVI.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1930











WHAT HAS KEPT US
l, ALIVE?


In the September issue of Aim to make them clear
the Bnai Brith Magazine, the and true,
Monosyllables will do.
editorial "What has kept us CM t o t down
alive"' set us to thinking how Cut it down!
wonderful our own little Mi- Are you writing to the press?
ami with its so called "PRO- Cut it dwn!
G R E S SIVE" "ALLRIGHT- Make it ha or even less,
NIKES" would be if we heed- Make it half or even less,
ed the advice of the writer. Cutitke pithy prose,down!
Instead tney presume to Eengthy letters are their
tell the Raboi, the teacher in e ee e
the Talmud Torah, that be- Take a hint from "One who
cause the Father and Mother Knows."
do not practice the rituals !
that have Kept Judaism alive "Really, Bill, your argu-
these many years, nayTOO PR ment with your wife last
because they are TOO PRO-i twas most amusing."
GRESIVE to tolerate such night was most amusing."
GRESIVE to tolerate such "Wasn't it tho? And when
IDIOCIES ..... these life e n threw the ax at me I
giving rituals must not be thought I'd split."
taught their children. t t Id
Frankly and honestly, be- Nature maintains order by
cause we hope to awaken that
spark which will believe still balances. In trying to avoid
smolders within them, we re-Ics. a turtle a Syracuse
print the editorial. We trust cr~sh ng a turtle, a Syracuse
motorist crashed into another
that it may do some of our car, killed tne turtle, and then
would-be one hundred per cen- turned turtle
ters some LITTLE good. d t .
IDiplomacy is the art of
What Has Kept Us Alive? Diplomacy is the art of
making nations appear civil-


Because it has b
to its ritual Israe
preserved, said Ed
the renowned Frer
dressing the Con
Progressive Judais
We guess that
not mean the ritu
gogues alone; eve
ritual of Jewish
saved us. Some o
from Jewish lif
wandering from
we are never lost.
tender memories
hood tugs at our
holds us to the fai
silken cord which
wanderer safe in
than maze.
Candle lights c
bath The sw
of fathers at Kid
The happiness c
feasts . Th
lamp .
These are of tl


een faithful
Al has been
mund Fleg,
ich Jew, ad-
iference on


ized in the intervals between
wars.
S I !
The infant industry never
grows old.


sm. of youth, beloved because
M. Fleg did they had to do with mothers
lal of syna- and fathers Their saintly im-
n more the ages are associated with these
homes has rituals in our hearts. Because
f us go far these rites came from their
e, children hands this Judaism seems the
home; but, more holy. It is something we
A chain of honor and cherish the more
from child- because it was of their giving.
hearts and So the Jew, straying far, re-
th, like that turns at length in response to
h held the the call of 1his father who
the labyrin- stands in his heart greeting
Elijah at Seder, in response
)n the Sab- to the call of his mother who
eet majesty stands blessing candle lights
Idush .. on Sabbath eve.
Af Passover The father and the mother
e Chanukah were priest and priestess of
the Jewish temple which was
he treasures the home.


Don't try to convince a mule
that he is stubborn. He prob-
ably knows it.
!
Teacher-"What is the dif-
ference between a flea and an
elephant ?"
Tommy-Well an elephant
can have have fleas, but a
flea can't have elephants.
I! !
Yes indeed, I arrears three
months rent. If you were I
should you pay and keep
mouth shout, who is like
damn fool to pay the things
unsatisfactory.
Unless you patch the roof
and put new paper on wall,
then I clear that. Later if you
do not do I shall sue you dam-
age for working hours. Many
time the worked had done
how-ever midnight rain, next
morning all clothes wet I
have start all over and waste
my time for nothing-Letter
from a New Jersey laundry-
man to his laridlord.
!
If you have a thing to say,
Cut it down!
Something you must write
today,
Cut it down.
Let your words be short and
few,


m !
A man is never


driven to


drink by what his wife does-
n't say.
!
It is far better to have a
policeman call you down than
take you up.
I
The self-made man is often
the only one who is satisfied
with the job.
!
Possibly the popularity of
air castles is due to the fact
that they are not taxable.
An actress says that a di-
vorce without publicity is
worse than no divorce at all.
When a fagged man ar-
rives home in the evening,
slumps into a chair and asks
"What have you for dinner?"
a wife is the dear thing that
answers, "Why? Are you
hungry ?"
A loafer is a fellow who
holds that if he learns how,
he will have it to do.
I I I
A scientist recently de-
scribed life as "just a hetero-
geneous collection of irrecon-
cilable phenomena."


But what will bring the
Jew back if there are no such
lovely memories to call him,
if the practice of Jewish reli-
gion ceases in the home of
childhood, if the father and
mother are no longer priest
and priestess but only lavish
providers?
It seems to us that for the
preservation of Judaism, Jew-
ish education must not alone
build schools; it must re-de-
diCate the temple that was the
Jewish home; it must restore
the lovely practises of Juda-
ism that adorned the Jewish
home; it must provide the
child with tender memories of
Judaism which he will revere.


5K THE
GLOgOMh

CHASER
I- I[ --


tI Follows then, that iced drinks and foods should not
be taken, or, certainly not in excess. If taken at all, they
should be warmed in the mouth before being swallowed
eaten slowly. We should never swallow an ice-cold spoon
ful; can you remember that?


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN-A MEDIUM OF AND FOR MIAMI JEWRY!


Page 2


Birth Stones
For laundresses, the soap-
stone;
For architects, the corner-
stone;
For cooks, tne puddingstone;
For soldiers, the bloodstone;
For politicians, the blarney-
stone;
For borrowers, the touch-
stone;
For policemen, the paving-
stone;
For stock brokers, the curb-
stone;
For shoemakers, the cobble-
stone;
For burglars, the keystone;
For tourists, the Yellow-
stone;
For beauties, the peachstone;
For editors, the grindstone;
For motorists, the milestone;
For pedestrians, the tomb-
!
stone.
Poverty is a hard nurse,
but she raises healthy child-
ren.
!
He who praises men and
flatters women has many
friends.
!
A man isn't always broad-
minded because his head is
level.


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CHEATING.
One upon a time I hired a man to do a certain piece of
work. He was well along in middle life, and I wondered
why he had not made more progress, since he seemed honest
and industrious.
I said to him: "I cannot be here to watch this work and
so I shall have to trust you to do it as if you were working
for yourself."
He was profuse in his assurances. He seemed to want
the job.
At the end of six months I visited him. He had done
fairly well, but was rather glib with alibis. Other people
were always holding him up. The weather was always very
bad. He would have done so-and-so if he had been sure just
what I had wanted, but I had failed to let him know.
I put this down as the grumbling habit of an old man.
"At least he is honest and means -well," I said.
But one day, after about a year, I happened to appear
unexpectedly. He was not in evidence. Upon inquiry I dis-
covered that he was using my time and some of my materials
on a little private job of his own. We had a solemn confer-
ence and decided to part.
When you put a man on his honor and then have him
take advantage of your trust it is a blow to your faith in
human nature. So I was depressed and a little sore.
But only for a few minutes. Then I said to myself:
"How foolish I am to let this thing worry me. This man has
cheated me out of a few hundred dollars, but what a petty
thing that is compared with the way he has cheated himself!
All his life he has held a nickel so close to his eyes that he
couldn't see a dollar. All his life he has lived on alibis,
watching the clock, stealing a little here and there from his
employers, and imagining that he was doing well for him-
self.
"And where is he at sixty ? Poor and jobless, and a fail-
ure. Reaping what he has sown."
The old idea of Heaven and Hell was very bad because it
made us think that our reward or punishment is coming to us
in some far-off place hereafter.
In the same way most people misinterpret the verse in
the Bible which reads: "Be sure your sin will find you out."
They say: "Lots of people sin and are never found out.
Therefore the verse is untrue."
But the verse does not say that your sin will be found
out. It says, "Be sure your sin will find you out"-be sure
that it will settle down in your heart and mold you in its
own image.
That's a terrifying thought, or a very encouraging one,
according to the way you live. Everything you do has its in-
fluence on what you are.
When you cheat you cheat yourself. And whatever you
do that's decent automatically and inevitably builds you up.


THEI FAMILY


yDOCTO R
JOHN JOSEPH GAINES M.D.
WARM-WEATHER WARNINGS
Ice-cold water is a tempting beverage during the heated
season; not only that, but every possible dainty in iced dishes
keeps our youngsters busy devouring all they are able to pay
for. From tens of thousands of counters, ice cream in end-
less variety of combinations, is dispensed, and too often is
swallowed as fast as the husky master or maid can get it
down.
This would all be very well-if something serious didn't
result; not in every instance, of course, but now and then.
And, it's tough for the victim when it happens; which makes
this word of caution timely.
A very excellent New York surgeon told me some time
ago, that cases of appendicitis were five times as frequent in
August as in December. HIe attributed the fact to the whole-
sale eating and drinking of ice-cold foods and beverages dur-
ing the hot months. He was operating on a fifteen-year-old
girl at the time he spoke to a post-graduate class. "This lit-
tle lady," he said, "doubtless frequents cold-drink stands and
drug-store fountains Sunday afternoons and every evening
in the week;. she has probably averaged five to fifteen ice
cold dishes or drinks at each visit to the resorts."
"No, the beverages are not impure; you couldn't find a
germ in any of the stuff dispensed," he continued; "it's the
COLD that does the mischief. All intestinal tracts contain
germs-and these do not attack a healthy canal; but, chill
the delicate lining of the stomach and bowel, and the natural
Juices that are protective are stopped in their functioning;
the germs then attack the weakened mucous surface, in
greatly increased millions; appendicitis results."








riday, September 5, 1930


THE .jEWIH FLORIDIAN


-SOCIE-
* ~ -----


Miss Gertrude Deitz enter-
ained last week with a bridge
arty in honor of her sister,
vliss Louise Ruth Deitz, who
eaves this week for Brenau
college, Gainesville,' Georgia.
)range and black, the college
olors, were used.
Guests were Miss Eleanor
iheldon, Miss Bertha Leibo-
,itz, Miss Jean David, Miss
3eatrice Goldenblank, Miss
iylvia Miles, Miss Charlotte
loll, Miss Charlotte Kohn,
iss Rose Baumgarten, Miss
deriam Scheinberg, M i s s
3eatice Alpert, Miss Milli-
ent Rubin and Mrs. Aaron
iarr.

Joe and .ilt Treager left
y automobile for Brooklyn,
T. Y., after a visit with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
'reager. They will return in
Octoberr after completing a
our of Canada.
V *
Interesting to her many
friends here is the announce-
nent of the marriage of Miss
iophie Schwartz to Arthur
SMandell in Houston, Texas,
lugust 15. 'he bride has
,een making her home in Mi-


TY


Mrs. Max N. Nankin, Dr. and
Mrs. Frank Coret, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Nevins, Miss Mill-
icent Rubin, Miss Frances
Rose Katz, A. Newman, Her-
bert F. Katz and L. Melvin
Katz.
*
In expressing her thanks to
the members and friends of
Hadassah who attended the
moonlight bridge party re-
cently given for the benefit
of the local chapter of Hadas-
sah at the Mayfield Court
Patio, Mrs. Gertrude Rosen-
thal hostess for the evening
described it as one of the
most enjoyable of the season's
affairs. Those holding highest
score at each table were
awarded a quart of milk do-
nated by the Puritan Dairy.
Consolation prizes were
awarded to Mesdames Lewis
Brown, Ray Wolpert, Michael
Arnold, and Mrs. Greenberg.
Mrs. Nat Zalka won the sil-
ver tray which was raffled
during the evening.
*d *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Small
are now located at their new
home, 1652 S. W. 9th St.
c *


mi with her sister, Mrs. Mr. Julius Simpson left
rose Samet, for a number of last Saturday for Henderson-
ears. Mrs. Mandell is prac- ville, N. C., where Mrs. Simp-
cing law in Houston where son and their children have
hey will make their home. been spending their summer
Mrs. Mandel is the sister of vacation. They are motoring
Irs. Nathan oamet of this back and are expected to re-
ity, whose husband is a well- turn by Sunday.
nown merchant of this city. 0 *
Ir. Mandel is the son of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argin-
landel, a well-known and re- tar returned to Miami last
pected "shoched"- of this Sunday from Hendersonville,
ity, who was formerly Rab- N. C., where Mrs. Argintar
i at Valdosta, Ga. and the children had spent
their vacation. They returned


Mr. and Alrs. Alex Miller
turned to Miami last Mon-
ay after a trip to Europe,
which lasted about three
months and report having
pent a very pleasant time.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz
'ere given a surprise party
nis week by their friends in
celebration of their twenty-
ifth wedding anniversary.
'hey had been out and upon
turning home were greeted
y the guests who had trans-
armed the home into a veri-
able flower garden. Mrs.
lorris L. Cowan gave local
elections, accompanied by
Irs. Harry Nevins at the pi-
no. Dancing followed.
Present were Mr. and Mrs.
lorris L. Cowan, Mr. and
Irs. L. 0. Chisling, Mr. and
irs. Henry Bulbin, Mr. and


by motor.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ar-
nold of Coral Gables enter-
tained a large number of
friends at their home in Coral
Gables, last Sunday night at
a carcl party where bridge
and pinochle was played. The


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AMBULANCE SERVICE
W. H. Combs Co., Estab. 1896
COMBS FUNERAL HOME
Phone Miami 32101
1539 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI BEACH FUNERAL HOME
Phone M. B. 5-2101
1236 Washlnston Ave.


home was beautifully decor-
ated for the evening and at a
late hour a midnight supper
was served.
Prizes were awarded for
the highest scores. Among
those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Weinkle, Dr. and
Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry H. Farr, Mr.
and Mrs. John Wolf, Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Spector, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Kandel, Mr and Mrs.
J. Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Markowitz, Mrs.Lewis JBrown,
Mrs. Farkas, Mrs. J. Engler,
Mr. Kotkin and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Dubler.

Mrs. S. M. Machtei and
baby arrived this week from
New York City to join her
husband Rabbi S. M. Machtei
who was recently chosen as
teacher of Beth David Talmud
Torah of this city, He will al-
so act as the Rabbi of Beth
David. They are now stopping
with Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Greenberg of 460 S. W. 3rd
street.
Miss Viola Katz left for
Washington, D. C., where she
will remain for an indefinite
stay, visiting friends and rel-
atives there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis
Shochet are now located at
their new home, 1474 South-
west First street, at the cor-
ner of Fifteentn ave.

The recently organized Mi-
ami Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gation held its first picnic and
basket party at. the Holly-
wood Casino last Sunday
morning. Quite a large crowd





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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.
t Phte 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


assembled in front of the
home of Mr. Max Kupfer-
stein, treasurer of the organ-
ization, and pirooeeded in a
motorcade to Hollywood
Beach. A large crowd attend-
ed and during the day sever-
al athletic contests were held
and prizes were awarded.
*
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, promi-
nent in local Eastern Star cir-
cles, and also secretary of the
recently organized Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion and of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Talmud Torah, ac-
companied a party of friends
for atrip to Bimini last Mon-
day.
All are urged to contribute
cast off clothing, shoes and
millinery to the Chesed Shel
Emes society which is now
conducting a rummage sale
downstairs of the Odd Fellows
Hall, on Northwest Second

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


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

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

PIPE and STEEL

ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone 21426
A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
Phone 81855
53 North East 25th Street

PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
"Printing That Pays"
Phone 28261
107 South Miami Avenue
AUTO PARTS


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& PARTS CO.
N. W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
Phone 23631


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avenue and Fourth street. The
proceeds of the sale are being
used towards defraying the.
cost of burials for the poor
of Miami.

Mr. Le6 Kupferstein will
leave shortly for Atlanta, Ga.,
where he will enter Dental
college.
Mr. Dave Alper of the Rose-
dale Delicatessen and Victor
Eskenazi of the New York
Barber shop were members
of a fishing party last Mon-
day. They reported quite a
catch of fish besides a good
case of sunburn.

The Friendship League in
addition to preparing for the
(Continued on Page 4)


Dr. A. E. Rosenthal
Announces The Removal Of His
Offices From The Professional
Building to
901 CONGRESS BLDG.
111 N. E. Second Avenue.
Practice of Dentistry
Phone 2-4819


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Pftgcrn-&6TU"E .T *TLWIFL RIA


SOCIETY

(Continued from Page 3)
entertainment of its guests in
an elaborate way next Wed-
nesday at the Mystery Ball
and dance at the Club Bag-
dad so as to make the evening
one to be long remembered
in local circles has announced
that prizes will be awarded to
those solving the "mystery".
Quite a great deal of enthu-
siastic interest has been evok-
ed in the Freidship League be-
cause of the novelty of the
affair. The organization is one
of the oldest and best known
of local Jewish organizations,
and is probably the only so-
cial Jewish organization in
Greater Miami.
Mrs. Charles Rosengarten
entertained members of the
Fortnightly Book Review
last Tuesday. Mrs. Milton
Weiner reviewed "Exile"
(Warwick Deeping).
Guests were Mrs. Harry
Weinberg, lrs. Henry Berg,
Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal,
Mrs. Harry Orlins, Mrs. Adele
Vince Rose, Mrs. Gladys Or-
lin, Mrs. Daniel Rosengarten,
Mrs. Alex Goldstein.
The next meeting will be
held with Mrs. Weiner. Mrs.
Rose will review "Green Pas-
tures" by Bradford Roake.

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Phone today!
phone 3-2661
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WEST PALM BEACH
ACTIVITIES

Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Gruner
and children, and Mr. and Mrs.
T. S. Myers and children re-
turned home after spending
five weeks in New York, Long
Beach, and at the mountains.
Mr. Max Greenberg of Lake
Worth returned from New
York, where he has spent two
months with his wife ana
children.
Mrs. Charles Landau of
Lake Worth, returned from
New York, where she nas
been with her father, Mr.
L.iaraf, who has been ill for
quite awhile.
Mr. Arthur Sterns of Cin-
cinnati, son of Mrs. Rosa
Stern, who is a prominent
winter visitor, is spending a
few days in West Palm


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Beach. While here, he will at-
tend business matters for his
mother. He is stopping at the
Dixie Court Hotel.
*
Mr. Joseph Lesser, promi-
nent local attorney and wife,
will leave for Rome, Ga.,
where they will visit Mrs.
Lesser's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Shepard and other re-
latives. They will be away for
a month.
*
A regular monthly meeting
of the Congeg'ation Beth El,
was held Wednesday, Sept.
3rd, at eight o'clock, at the
Community, House. Final
preparations for the celebra-
tion of the reception of the
new "Safer Torah" was made.
*
The "Free" Talmud Torah

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

CERTIFIED

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Florida's First Certified
Dairy
Miami 'Phone 2-8831
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WE CONGRATULATE MIAMI
On the Acquisition of so Fine a Store as
ARNOLD'S
62 East Flagler Street


WE FURNISHED THE COMPLETE ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATION.


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ARNOLD'S
62 E. FLAGLER STREET
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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
The Opening of
Miami's Newest Flagler Street
Store.

SMonday, September 8th, 1930


ARNOLD'S:-A shop designed to serve the ever-in-
Screasing demand for Fabrics, Hosiery, Corsetry and Lin-
- gerie of the better kind at prices that will appeal to the
- thrifty and discriminating .. Carrying a complete
- line of fine merchandise, smart in style, quality of the
s- very best, at Popular Prices .... In a friendly, inviting
S atmosphere, where busy shoppers may feel perfectly at
E home .. With selected salespeople experienced and
S efficient, who will endeavor to make your shopping hours
a real pleasure.

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(Hebrew School) will open on
September 15, 1930. There
will be a five day session each
week, of two hours each day.
*
The Temple Sisterhood met
at the home of Mrs. Dave
Feldman, 522 28th street,
last Tuesday afternoon.
Dora had a slight accident
in the country recently on ac-
count of the road not bearing


to the right when she did.

Ferguson
Undertaking
Co.
1201 South Olive Ave.
Phone 5272
West Palm Beach, Fla.
LADY ATTENDANT


ENJOY YOUR
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES


at the
ODD FELLOWS
(Corner N. W. Second Avenue and


HALL
Fourth Street)


with the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Where a Prominent Cantor Will Conduct The Services in a True
Orthodox Jewish Fashion For
ROSH HASHONO
Beginning Evening of September 22nd, 1930
YOM KIPPUR
Beginning Evening of October 1st, 1930
TICKETS ONLY $2.00 and $3.00
Obtain Tickets at:-B. & M. Tailors, 6 S. W.. 2nd Avenue,
Max Kupferstein, 1326 W. Flagler St.; Etta Beauty Parlor, 2207
N. E. 2nd Avenue; National Cleaners, 1104 S. W. 8th St., and at
Odd Fellows Hall.






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