The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 3, 1930
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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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1. III.-No. XXXX. Miami,

Florida, October 3, 1930

Price 5 Cents

Tempe Israel To
Observe Succos

Services Friday evening at
8:15 p. m., at Temple Israel,
Reform Jewish Congregation.
Dr. Kaplan will speak on the
subject "A Sublime Poem."
The public is most cordially

Way. From their, until the The Feast of Tabernacles
hours he skips ligh, wide, begins Monday evening, Oc-
ipsy thru leg sh(ws, night
speakeasies. A very devil of tober 6, s il services will
w. be held at Temple Israel at 1Batli 1
lit: when Gus and St'--e de- 8:15 Monday evening, with
upon New York for a co- 15 monday evening, with Thy praise, Lor
business and pleasure Vt appropriate music, Dr. Kap- Inhymns unto Th
now the e combined businey plan's subject for Monday eve- 0 Thou Redeemer,
pleasure trips?), they are
I for a terrific pace. ning will be "The New Jew- Redemption to Thy
ish Unity." Services Tuesday Before Thine altar
Sis what happens (it hap- sWith branch of pal
to me recently as it had a morning at 10:00 a. m. The To thee they raise
times before). subject for the morning lec- Have mercy, save
skylarking friends from theave mercy, save
breeze into town, after mot- ture will be "The Strength of
800 miles in two days, and the Impractical Religion." They overflow witi
whit worn by the journey diallTo Him who know
ice that they are here to The public is mos corially ave mercy Thou,
Jew York. welcome at all of the services. Of those who pa
Climb the Statue of Liberty Of those who palm
e Manhattan briefly during Religious school at Temple The day and night
ernoon. When night arrives Israel began, September 21. And in perpetual sc
tust see the speakeasies. The coming Sunday will be: Like to the heavenly
ow them several, where I the last day of registration. 'Blessed art Thou f
a stein of beer while they After this week children who E
o the tonsils on gin and enter will be required to pay
and rye. After that, weak-
I propose that we go home a tardy registration fee of
to bed. $10.00, and take private les-
no. They have set their sons to make up the work
upon visiting the Hoboken that has already been given.
. So we drink our way up Teac
ww the New Jersey water- Hebrew ah r
(I, as is my habit, drank Orthodox Congre- Conv o
stronger than raspberry Hold Convention
f which I am excessively nation lease Home
S -- Extensive preparations are
is point my festive friends The Miami Jewish Ortho- being made for the annual
ing my sleepy protests--
into their heads to prowi c(O Congregation concluded convention of the Hebrew
;o a steamship pier. Here its Yom Kippur services with Teachers of this Country
e dissuaded, with great dif- a recreation to all its worship- which will be held beginning
from jumping into the har- pers and members in the ante Sunday evening, October 12,
swim after a departing
swim after a departingoom of the large Auditorium. and lasting to and through
his time your New Yorker Cake, punch and fruits were October 15th at New York
gy on the ropes. He finas served to .the several hun- City.
easingly difficult to dodge dred present. Several hundred teachers
e plugs. And lamp posts The Succoth services will are expected to attend the
way of revolving mos begin at 6 p. m. Monday even- convention which will discuss
finally, we return to Man- ing at the Odd Fellows Hall, the problems of Jewish edu-
The other merry-makers where the o-ganization will cation of today. Particular at-
fresh and dapper as you have its temporary home. tention will be given to the
In the chill grey dawn i Talmud Torah classes will be problems affecting the small
to take leave of them. conducted in the same build- communities as well as the
was Saturday morning, pending the erection of its economic conditions confront-
," I yawn, "s'glad to seen own home. A Rabbi who will ing the Talmud Torahs and
I spose you'll go to your also act as Teacher will arrive the Hebrew Teachers.
w and sleep all day to- in Miami immediately after Prominent educators will
on your life," they brightly the Succoth Holidays to as- address the various sessions
We're juit before leaving sume his duties. At the same of the convention.
e. Gotta be at work 8 a. m. time Sunday school classes
morning, G'bye."
ihey talk about gay New will be begun. Mr. M. B. Herman
hey talk about y Ne A mass meeting of the or-
I ganization and its friends will Chants Services
Being written in my new be held shortly and an appeal Serv
n apartment into which I will be made to the entire Due to 'misinformation, it
is afternoon. You might Jewry of Miami for their sup- was reported that Louis Hay-
is week's column on the Jewry of Mi man would conduct the ser-
oame. or something port. minwoa r Vnm Turnir t+ Rt+h
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ve one of the new pill-box
its with circulating rent
appearing maid service,
and cold mortgages. You
it that.
jould have seen me moving
afternoon. With a piano in
I and a floor lamp in the
funding the corner with
flying .. A picture,
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ras a dirty look I got from
Ibors when they saw this
Ir coming in. Funny, how
writer keeps them awake,
I write puts them all to
Somebody ought to in-
6tut i-.u~tret


(in the next apartment):
Mother: "Oh, dear, I'm sorry-
too late now to go to church."
Seven-year-old Ethel: "Church?
Ha! Ha! You'd look funny in a
News item: "Six husbands were
jailed yesterday on charges of us-
ing respectively, but forcefully, a
crowbar, a branding iron, a razor
blade, a dinner plate, a straight
razor, and a carving knife on re-
spective wives over the week-end."
Goodness, but you husbands do
play rough! .

Sign on cleaning establishment:
y ou're just dying to "Let Us Smarten Up Your
-Des.and-.a.-Bennr clothes." ,.
bi~fl S~rcr ^ I' t's- 4t. Wf'W I need is a gen-

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Jacob Congregation. Mr. I. L.
Mintzer secretary of the Con-
gregation advises that sev-
eral parties who were without
authority and contrary to the
decisions of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Congregation
had negotiated with Mr. Hay-
man for his services. That
the services of Mr. M. B. Her-
man were highly satisfactory
and were for that reason con-
At the Kol Nidrei and
Musof as well as Neilah ser-
vices Mr. Herman chanted
the services and at the ac-
Fris ~ lfiad il-ii-cha services-
Yorm Kippuar Mr. Wolf chant-
ed the seriic. -. .

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Few people realize that the Vat-
ican, the residence of the Pope at
proclaim Rome, is the largest and richest
us name i palace in the world. It contains
S11,000 rooms of all sizes, including
id King, halls, chapels and living apart-
ul bring! ments. There are 80 grand stair-
ejoice cases and 200 smaller ones. No-
myrtle-stem; body can estimate the value of the
ayerful voic- treasures stored in this building,
layer voice-but they include all of the gifts of
sper them. jewels and precious metals which
have been made to the successive
r and praise Popes by devout Catholics for the
iture days. past 1,500 years. There are tens
of thousands of paintings and art
ar the prayer objects each worth a fortune.
lyrtles bear. "Rockefeller himself could hard-
anctify ly pay for the tapestries and
re; paintings in the Vatican and Hen-
thery Ford would be bankrupt before
they cry, he had half finished, if he started
'more. to purchase these treasures at
their actual value," says James T.
Kalir, 8th cent. Nichols, who recently returned
ans. Alice Lucas.) from Rome.
The young college men who have
h David Con- been assisting Dr. Grenfell in his
medical mission work among the
tinues Services deep-sea fishermen of Labrador
u are on their way "out." The ice
is c!osiig in behind them and for
usual Friday i'ight i the next nine months the man who
hias given his life to helpiing oth-
rvices will be held with ers w.ll be isolated from. theiorld,
S. M. Machtei preach- as he has been every winter for
nearly forty years.
e sermon on "Where Grenfell was a young doctor in,
our Child'en ?" Sunday London. Dwight L. Moody, the
famous American evangelist, Was
will be held as usual speaking there. Happening to pass
ing at 10 a. m. the hall, Grenfeii dropped in,
Succoth or Feast onf heard Moody's message, stayed to
Suc h or east O talk, decided that from that night
lacles services will be- on he must devote his life to the
om at 53 m service of others. The medical
ompty at 5:30 p. mission to the fisher folk was the
rating the Holiday. result.
ly morning services Great Britain has honored her
natve son by conferring knight-
-gin at 8:30 with the hood upon him. He is Sir Wilfred
preaching the sermon Grenfell now in his old age. Amer-
ica has given liberally of money
. m. on "A Hut." Tues- and man-power to aid in the work.
ening services will be- The example which this self-sacri-
5:30 p. m. On Wednes- ficng doctor has set has had and
)rning the services still has a quit but powerful in-
rning the services will fluence on thousands of other
at 8:30 and the Rabbi young men who are trying, in
each the sermon at 10 1 their own selected sphere, to emul-
n "Th p -Tarvrt PTh o ate Grenfell.

Ct. All. V11 4V AlaJ VV.L J 111Z
public is urged to attend all *
services. GAMES
Iron Hand Urged Human nature demands play. In
time of stress and worry, play is
Ag aino Th R d Agaist The Re s strain. That accounts for the sud-
den and immense popularity of the
newest outdoor game, "Tom Thumb
Firm measures to curb any golf." It is estimated that, even in
attempted revolution by Com- this financially difficult year of
munists, or any other alien 1930, more than one hundred mil-
group, were advocated at lion dollars has been spent in
building and equipping Tom
12:15 p. m. before the Acacia Thumb golf courses. They are
club, meeting in the Congress everywhere, and attract tens of
building, by Frank A, Chase, thousands who have never played
co-receiver and former presi- real golf.
dent of the Dade County Se- Cotton-seed hulls dyed greed are
used for the fairways and greens
curity Co. Mr. Chase spoke on of these miniatxe golf courses
Radicalism. Another current sport is the re-
In outlining his remarks, vival of the old game of baecgap-
Mr. Chase declared he was in mon. For years nobody heard qf
favor of peaceful methods backgammon; the younger gener-
avotion didn't k6w what the curious
and, paralleling his views in design on the back of the ciheker-
regard to control of radicals, board meant. Now fashionable so-
he said that he felt it is con- cIety has taken it up, Joks on
tingent uopa Americans, of- baekpmon are publi-shd,
i rules and instruetionm are being
Bi i a.r Li Illy, to roca4 by ra io mad newawsn
sr.* ~te Co-e it troB. &re starting baclaumn colum .


ong the Boys Back Home the
prevails that every yap in
kork is a Broadway Tlayboy.
fall of night he is supposed
ike a bee-line for the Great

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A Weekly Newspaper
by the


P. 0. Box 2973
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
414 Eighth Street
Mrs. M. Schrebnick, Representative
Entered as second class matter,
July 4th, 1930, at the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 3, 1879.
Six Months ...................... $1.00
One Year .......... ............. 2.00


The divine religion does not
itrge us to lead an ascetic life,
but guides us in the middle
path, equi-distant from the
extremes of too much and too
little; it allows free play to
every God-given faculty of
both body and soul, within
the limits drawn by the Di-
vine Hand itself. For certain
it is that what we devote to
one faculty, and thus lose the
harmony which should per-
vade our whole life. In gen-
eral, let me impress this prin-
ciple upon thy mind; the es-
sence of our whole law is con-
tained in these three things
-reverefice, love, joy. They
are the way to bring us near
to God. Thy contrition on the
day of fasting is in no wise
more pleasing to Him than
thy joy on the Sabbath or the
festival, if so be that thy de-
light comes from a devout and
full heart. Just as prayer re-
quires reflection and devo-
tion, so does joy in God's
commandments and the study
of His revelation. Thou must
rejoice in the love of Him who
gave the Law, being persuad-
ed that the giving thereof
was an act of His love to-
wards thee.
Yehudah Halevi, 1141.

"So Willie Poorboy pro-
posed to Grace at last?"
"Yes, she told him that she
would rather dance than eat."

The License Clerk-Ever
been married before?
The Bridegroom Elect -
No; but I'm always willing to
try anything once.
Kind-Hearted Lady: "And
so you have nine brothers and
sisters; My! It must take a
lot of toast every morning for
Maggie: "I'll say it does! It
takes all we can scrape to-
gether !"
Some men would rather be
thought rich than be consid-
ered rich in thought.

Friday, October 8, 1930


Brains aren't everything
but they're important.
Every boy asks for more
than he expects to get.
1 :
How is it the homely girls
always manage to marry the
best providers?
Before long the only wo-
men left with bobbed hair will
be the old ladies.
Don't you hate a man who
holds your hand after you've
had a shake?
Every little uplift move-
ment has a payroll all its own.
How cordially we dislike
those people who criticize us
"for our own good!"
A good way to discourage a
husband is to remind him of
the progress his friends are

A rICe sie 8s passeu 11CeenI
and until she is eighty a wo-
man defines an "old woman"
as somebody five years her
Five percent seems a piti-
fully small return on your
money until you've tried to
get ten percent and lost your
Human nature may change
but it won't change much
during our lifetime.
A business enterprise is
like a ship at sea-the man-
agement of it cannot be re-
duced t a formula.
The girl-Friend says it is
queer that these economists
are saying there is a shortage
of gold when there are -so
many gold diggers about.
i !

The turn was over, and the
orchestra was silent for a
"I say," said the conductor,
leaning down to speak to his
first violin, "whatever key
were you playing in?"
"Skeleton key," returned
the violinist readily enough.
"Skeleton key," echoed the
conductor," "whatever do you
San"? 9"

mean .,

anything," was the

"I'm afraid we've made
rather a mess of your field,"
said the male member of the
picnic couple to the farmer
on whose grounds they were
"Never mind," the farmer
replied, "you should see the
mess the village youngsters
have made of your car."
I! !

An Aberdonian was on a
visit to Canada. There he met
a Canadian who asked him
where he came from.
"Scotland," replied the Ab-
"Give me your hand," said
the stranger. "And what
town do you come from?"
"Give me both your
hands," said the Canadian.
"The last man I met from Ab-
erdeen pinched my watch."

Hay fever victims in hick
towns suif lead a strenous W I V ES
life. Everybody hears them One could draw many interesting lessons from the recent
Ssneeze and everybody has a biography of the.great English barrister, Sir Edward Mar-
cure. shall Hall.
For instance, it furnishes a striking commentary on the
An examining optician is difference between our method and the English method of
an eyewitness. administering justice. Sir Edward appeared in most of the
celebrated trials of his time. Any one of them would have
If you would catch a pretty dragged on for weeks over here. The longest of them lasted
girl use flattery for bait. only; eleven days in England. A majority were wound up in
S! less than a week.
Sman's best friends are We are ahead of the English in most departments of
likely to be those he doesn't modern business. We are even with them in medicine, in
meet often. science, and, perhaps, in literature. In the law we are woe-
fully, shamefully and inexcusably behind.
Only unmarried i But at the moment I am more interested in one very
Only unmarr ied women human l'Ile incident in Sir Edward's life which occupies only
ave optimistic views of wed- a pv ,ph, and was perhaps overlooked by most readers.
I ss. i re had just been elected to Parliament and had prepar-
i .i a speech with which he hoped to dazzle the House and
Give a starving sinner a make his reputation. Again and again during the long night
square meal first and pray session he tried to catch the Speaker's eye, but each time he
for him afterward. was overlooked in favor of some older member. So he went
home with the speech still undelivered, its ringing sentences
If you could see the story still ringing in his head.
of your life in print you There in bed lay his little wife, who had been asleep for
wouldn't believe the half of hours. But Sir Edward, so much disappointed and so fired
it. with his own oratory, could not let her sleep. Forthwith he
woke her up and insisted that she listen to the whole long
When a man's wife goes speech.
away for a month's visit the Is there any wife in the world to whom something of the
chances are that he enjoys it same sort has not happened?
as much as she does. I knew personally one of the leading men of the last gen-
eration. For years he had gone home every evening and-
Friend-Whom does your detail by detail-told his wife the whole story of the day's
little son look like? proceedings; what he did, what he said, and what other men
Happy Father-His eyes had done and said to him. When she died at a ripe old age,
are mine the hose is iny the husband seemed organically sound and good for another
wife's, ankd his voice, I think, ten years at least. Yet he followed her to the grave within
he got from our auto horn. a few months. Life had no more zest for him. He had lost
his audience.
The walls of Jericho fell Go into a restaurant and watch the couples at their meal.
down, See the man expanding under the encouraging smile of a girl,
The walls of Troy gave talking along, showing what a great fellow he is. And she,
way, asking questions which are much dumber than they need to
The Roman walls of London be, deliberately concealing her own wisdom in order to make
town, him appear the wiser.
The walls of old Cathay. They are a great invention, these women, and particu-
larly those of them who do us the honor to become our wives.
And walled in cities as of old Whenever any one tells me that, with the increasing wealth
Of Babylon and Tyre, of the country, the wives are growing more idle, I contend
Could not protect the heaped that they still earn their living handsomely.
up gold, And would continue to earn it even if they had to do
'Gainst conquerors' desire, nothing but listen to us talk.

But there are standing still / FA
Defiant and unsealed,
The walls of pride that ever
With posterns bolted, nail- 5Y H4
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Snese walls Keep men apart,
No peace shall come to men A farmer and stockman came to consult me some days
Until these walls in rows on ago, saying that his right kidney was giving him almost un-
rows bearable pain-could not walk for pain, like toothache! I
Are razed to earth again, had him point out the exact location of greatest severity; he
I removed his tobacco and placed his thumb just within the
Widow (to materialized entrance of his right hip pocket: "there's where she's giving'
spirit)-Is that you, Petey, me the devil right now," he declared.
dear? This of course was the right "sciatic notch." The great
"Yes, my love." sciatic nerve from its origin in the lumbar spine, emerges
"Are you happy, Petey ?" and comes fairly near the surface here. I explained his mis-
"Yes, my dear; happier take at once; if the patient stands erect, and draws a line hor-
than I ever was before." izontally around the body at the level of the umbilcus-the
"Oh, Petey (sighing), how right kidney's lower extremity would touch the line; theleft
lovely it must be in heaven!" kidney is above that level. The pressure of the liver on the
"Well, I'm not in heaven." right, causes the slight difference in level.
I The "small of the back" is below the kidneys. There is,
I love the color of your hair, almost never pain in either kidney, because of the ack of
The twinkle in your eyes of sensory nerves there. Practically all backache is due to
blue, abuse of muscles or nerve-fiber of the lumbo-dorsal, lumbar,
Admire the kind of clothes or sacral regions.
you wear, Every one should know the "sciatic notch." The big
Adore your height of six- nerve-trunk that occupies it-and the path of this nerve down
feet-two. the outer-rear-quadrant of the thigh, branching at back of
knee, and on to ankle and foot. If you have had sciatic
In fact I think you are neuritis, you will know without my telling you. This affec-
mighty sweet tion is not rheumatism." my telling you. Th affe
In every way but one- Every woman should know the pelvis, and its landmarks.
While dancing, please keep It's a bony, ring, the ancients likened it to a basin. Ts e ac-
off my feet. rum is a segment of the spine, shaped like a keystone, cn-
You great big ox, you ter, rear; the "coccyx," (cuckoo's break)terminte, the
weigh a ton! spinal column below.
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Of interest to their many
ends is the announcement
the engagement of Miss
atalie Spector the daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J.
ctor to Mr. Leon M. Le-
t, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Levitt of this city. Miss
actor though born in Bos-
n, Mass. has been a resi-
nt of Miami for the past
e years and graduated
om the Ponce De Leon High
hool with marked honors.
She took a very active part
the School activities and
s received considerable
mmendation for her work
art. Mr. Levitt is a native
North Carolina where he
ended public and high
hools and subsequently p
military School from which
graduated. He is now en-
ged in the wholesale gro-
ry business in this city. Mr.
d Mrs. Spector will enter-
in at a reception at their
me Sunday evening, Octo-
r 5, at their home 479 N.
. Fourth st. beginning at
p.m. for their numerous
ends. The marriage will
e place in the early Fall.
Beth Jacob Sisterhood of
iami Beach is sponsoring a
eatre party at the Capitol
eatre on October 8, for the
nefit of the organization.
ial tickets may be bought
r sixty cents at Reisman's
sher Market, 166 N.'W.
h st.; Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
76 S. W. 10th st. Rose
ary Gerson, 213 N. E. 17th
race and J. Kaplan 448
Ilins ave. Miami Beach. All
embers and friends are urg-
to attend and held maxe
e affair a success.
The Sisterhood of Temple
ael will hold its first reg-
r meeting of the season
xt Monday, October 6, at
30 p. m. at Kaplan hall to
ich all members are urged
come. This meeting will be
needed by a Board meeting
1:30 p. m.
Louis Covitt, member of
e University of Miami law
hool faculty, has returned
o ma vacation in the north.
Jerome and Louis Cohn,
o have been studying at
lumbus university during
e summer, have returned to

Council of Jewish Women
made plans for the season at
the called meeting of the exe-
cutive board held Friday. It
was announced that Mrs. P.
Scheinberg would be chair-
man of a supper bridge to be
held Nov. 2 and also at a
luncheon bridge Dec. 9.
Mrs. I. L. Seligman will be
chairman of a social Sunday
Jan. 25, and Mrs. Scheinberg
again Feb. 8. Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, president of the
council, presided"at the meet-
"Parliamentary Laws' was
the subject of Mrs. Ben
Watts' talk at the regular
meeting of the Temple Israel
Alumni association held re-
cently in Kaplan hall. Re-
ports from committee chair-
man were also given. Mrs. I.
Levin and Mr. and Mrs.
Rosendorf, who with Mrs.
Watts were guest advisors,
also spoke.
Welfare discussion was
participated in by those pres-
ent. The meeting adjourned
with a social hour which was
in charge of the entertain-
ment committee.
The next session will be
held Saturday evening in
Kaplan hall and the guest
speaker for the occasion will

Bulbin, Jules Beckwitt, Bea-
trice Beckwitt, Eddie Fein-
berg, Fam Martin ,jr., and
Annette Jean Vitsky.
Mrs. Mary Shapiro and
daughter, Barbara, have left
for an extended tour of the
north. They will visit Mrs.
Shapiro's brother in Nashville
and then proceed to Chicago,
New York, returning about
Nov. 1.

Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal'
entertained members of the
Fortnightly Book-Review club
Tuesday evening at her home
on 166 N. W. 48th st.
The council of Jewish Wo-
men has issued an appeal to
the Jewish men and women
for the donation of clothing
suitable for school children.
The necessity for suitable
clothing to enable children to
attend school has become
very apparent since school be-
gan and all who have clothing
to contribute are urged to get
in touch with Mrs. P. Schein-
berg 1777 S. W. 12th st.

Miss Pauline Schoenfeld of
344 N. E. 26th st. celebrated
her birthday at a party last
Sunday evening when games
and dancing were enjoyed to
a late hour. During the eve-
ning refreshments were serv-
ed. Among those present
were: Misses Esther Stein,
Tillie Predinger, Marjorie
Predinger, Ray Alpern, Min-

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The guests included Louise 108 So. Oliver Ave.,
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William Kamper, Jane and
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nie Lesnoff, Ann Weiss, Fan-
nie Weiss, Mrs. Sylvia Kell-
man, Mrs. Ida Goldberg, Lil-
lian Dock, Jean Mohilner,
Sophia Gordon, Bea Shaff
and Margaret Coleman. Mes-
srs. Frank Deutsch, Murray
Kellman, Geo. Goldberg, Dr.
Fred Lebos, Sam Rosenshein,
Gus Reuben, Al Siegel, Harry
Haber, Sam Lipman, Sam
Lipnitz, Joe Siegel, Aaron
Shevin, Sam Lesnoff and
Jack Shires.
Mrs. H. Lebos and son Dr.
Fred Lebos of Vero Beach
were the house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Schoenfeld for a
short visit and left last weel
for their home.

M. Machtei of Beth David,
and Mr. A. Shefferman can-
tor of Beth David. At mid-
night a supper was served.
Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector,
Mr and Mrs. Morris Dubler,
Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Katz, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas Goldstein, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Farr, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Brown, Mr. M. H. Ros-
enhouse and B. Kandel.
Mrs. Sam Aronowitz enter-
tained at oridge last Monday
afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Cohen, of Birmingham, Ala.
First prize was awarded to
Mrs. Morris Dubler and con-
solation to Mrs. Letaw. Dur-

Mrs. Frank Becker and lit- ing the afternoon refresh-
tie son, Bernard of 820 Meri- ments were served. Among
dian Ave. Miami Beach retun- those present were: Mes-
ed home last week after hav- dames Isidor Cohen, Lewis
ing spent the summer with Brown, Morris Dubler, R.
her parents, Mr. and MrMs.
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Wolpert, Chas. Greenfield,
Mendel Cromer, P. Schein-
berg, J. Richter, Jack Bern-
stein, Letaw, Mrs. Cohen of
Mr. M. Scheinbaum of this
city has just returned after
having spent the New Year
Holidays at Jacksonville.
Mrs. Hyland Rifas return-
ed to Miami this week after
having spent several weeks
visiting her sister in Jackson-
Aville, Fla.
The engagement of Miss
Ethel (Buddy) Stern of Chi-
cago and Miami Beach was
announced this week by Mrs.
A. Stern, her mother. Miss
Stern who has been a winter
visitor to Miami Beach for
the past two years is a native
of Chicago where she attend-
ed the public and high schools
of that city and graduated
from the Chicago Academy
of Fine Arts. Mr. Lipnitz is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Lipnitz of Miami Beach and
is a graduate of Harvard Uni-
versity. He is a native of
Pittsburgh and came to Mi-
ami in 1925 and has practiced
law since then in Miami to-
gether with Baron De Hirsch
Meyer. He has taken a very
active part in the communal
work of this district and is
now president of the Greater
Miami Zionist District. He is
also a member of the Board
of Directors of Congregation
Beth Jacob of Miami Beach.
The wedding will take place
on October 21 at Chicago. Mr.
Lipnitz will leave Miami in a
few days for New York city
from where he will travel to
Chicago for the wedding.
The couple plan to drive to
California fbr their honey-1



moon returning to Miami
early in December. They will
then make their home at 619
Meridian ave., Miami Beach.
The Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women is sponsoring a
card party Sunday evening,
October 5 at 8 p. m. at the
home of Miss Sara Kahn, 160
S. W. 22nd road, when prizes
will be awarded and refresh-
ments will be served. The ad-
mission is fifty cents. Invita-
tions have been extended to
all the Jewish organizations
of this district to attend.
Hostesses for the evening
will be Miss Jean Balber,
Miss Ruth Schwartz, Miss
Ruth Sontag and Miss Sylvia
The Friendship League will
hold an important business
meeting on Wednesday eve-
ning, October 8, at 8:30 p. m.
All members are requested to
come. Dancing will follow the
business meeting, music to be
furnished by a new band.
Mrs. Henry Berg will re-
view "Eroica," by Samuel
Chotzinoff at the next meet-
ing of the Fortnightly Book
Review club to be held Octo-
ber 14 with Mrs. Herman Ru-
bin. At a meeting held Tues-
day night at the home of Mrs.
Albert E. Rosenthal she gave
a resume of "A Family That
Was," (Ernest Raymond.)
Others present were Mrs.
Charles Rosengarten, Mrs.
Adele Vince Rose, Mrs. Harry
Weinberg, Mrs. Milton Wein-
er and Mrs. Harry Orlin.
eran r rr .

Mrs. Henry Spitzer accom-
panied by her four children
will leave Sunday next for a
visit to her sister Mrs. Harry
Stone at Phoenix, Ariz.


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Monday, Oct.
at 6 p. m. at

rivi. andu iirs. Diave Fd- r
S men motored to Miami for Undertaking ~ Odd Fellows Hall
Sthe week end.Hall
Flagler ; JCOE 400 N. W. 2nd Ave.
oIf Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gold
prices and family and Mr. and Mrs. 1201 South Olive Ave. -i
Abe Dobrow, moved to Paho- Phone 5272
kee. West Palm Beach, Fla. O~-~ The Public is Cordialli
Miss Helen Feltner, after
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Statement of Condition, September 24th, 1930

Cash .................... -...$155.624.58 Capital $ 1
U. S. Gov't Bonds ........ 210,472.96 .... ...................... .......... $ 10,000.00
State, County and Surplus ...........50,000.00
Municipal Bonds ........ 237,972.20 Undivided Profits and Reserves
]] Other Marketable Undivided Profits and Reserves.......... 028.36
Bonds ................- 242,052.00 $ 846,121.74 Deposits ........ ............899,882.44
Loans and Discounts 181,383.04
Furniture and Fixtures 10,00.00
Other Resources .......... 17,406.02

f $1,054,910.80 $1,054,910.80
RICHARDSON SAUNDERS, President C. L. CLEMENTS, Vice President and Cashier

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spending an extended visit Community House on 17th will be served by the Sista
with the Gold family, is re- street. After the meeting a hood.
turning Saturday to New regular social hour was held.
York. Congregation Beth El obser- Mona Pastroff celebrate
ved Rosh Hashono with in- her second birthday at h
Mrs. Sam Scher is spend- spring services conducted by home on Sunset Road. A h
ing several months visiting Rabbi S. Wrubel assisted by cake with tw candles e
relatives and friends. Mr. S. Schutzer. Mr. Jack seventeen little guests help
s a f Barash blew the Shofar. Yom to make it a very enjoy
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Apte Kippur was observed with a evnet.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Apte r on Kol Nidrei night' -i
have returned after spending sermon on Kol Nidrei night'
seve returned after spe.n g by the Rabbi on "The Kol AMBULANCE SERVICE
several months in Europe. Nidrei Vow." At the mem- W. H. Combs Co, Estab.
The Temple sisterhood will orial services on Yom Kippu COMBS FUNERAL BOMB
hold the T emple sisterhood willet Rabbi Wrubel spoke on "The Phone Miami 32101
hold their annual luncheon at meaning of Life and Death." 1539 N. E. 2nd Avenue
the home of their President, meaning of Life and Death." MIAMI BEACH FUNERAL not
thrse of their President, A Simchas Torah celebra- Phone M. B. 5-2101
Mrs. Dave Feldmen, on 28th tion will be given at the Com- 1236 Washington Ave.
street. munity House on Tuesday I_
Rabbi Carl Herman and evening, October 14 for the
wife of Temple Israel arrived members of the CongregationKing
last Friday. They are staying and all friends. Refreshment Undertaing Co.
at the El Verano hotel, tem- 29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
A Dr. A. E. Rosenthal Phones 23535-31624
A regular semi-monthl Announces The Removal Of His
meeting of the Sisterhood Offices From The Professional
Beth El was held TTuesday Building to
night, September 30, at the 901 CONGRESS BLDG. Well W rth
111 N. E. Second Avenue. SHOE SHOP
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