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:
October 24, 1930
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Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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University of Florida
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ESKIMOS
Traders returning from the Hud-
son's Bay country tell of Eskimo
families whose incomes in actual
money run up to $40,000 a year,
which they earn by trapping the
rare white fox for its fur. These
Eskimos, like all other uncultured
people who come into possession
of sudden wealth, have no idea of
the value of money. They spend
their incomes on airplane joyrides,
commercial aviators having dis-
covered that there is easy money
in flying up to Herschel Island, in
the Artic ocean, where these Es-
kimos live, and charging them
$375 for a flight to Edmonton.
They pay $300 a ton for coal with
which to heat their igloos, buy the
most expensive radio sets, and
arouse the envy of their less for-
tunate neighbors.
Some moralists are inclined to
criticise these Eskimos for their
lack of thrift, but it seems to me
as if they were getting more out
of life than many persons who
save their pennies and deny them-
selves anything in the way of
luxury.

WINE
It is not illegal, thl Director of
Prohibition declares, to make wine
or beer in one's own home for
one's own use. The law does not
prohibit the making of beverages
which are not "intoxicating in
fact," but prohibits their sale.
It does not take a very long
memory to recall the time when
the domestic manufacture of wine
for home use was a part of the
year's regular routine in a large
proportion of farm and "village
homes. Elderberry wine, danoe-
lion wine and wine from other
fruits and ingredients shared hon-
ors with the grape. And our
grandmother always took pains to
see that there was a supply on
hand of "blackberry cordial,"
which was supposed to have sov-
ereign value in digestive disturb-
ances. Probably blackberry cor-
dial would come under the prohibi-
tion ban today, for it certainly was
"intoxicating in fact." But one
needed a capacity far beyond the
ordinary to consume enough of
the old-fashioned home-made wines
to become intoxicated by them.


ST. BERNARD
In ordering Italian border guards
to fire on the monks of St. Ber-
nard when they crossed the Ital-
ian border to rescue some snow-
bound travelers, the Fascist gov-
ernment outraged humane sensi-
bilities of the whole world. The
Hospice and monastery of St.
Bernard, founded in the year 926
by Bernard de Menthon, is more
than a Swiss institution; it is en-
shrined in the heart of the whole
Christian world.
Who has not heard of the pmen
who give their lives to save others,
as these monks have done for a
thousand years? Situated 8,120
feet above sea-level at the summit
of the oldest-travelled pass across
the Alps, the Hospice is a refuge
for travellers though motorists
are not especially welcome-and
the home of the famous St. Bern-
ard dogs. These great creatures,
tand!ng three feet tall, are a
beeed eseially developed by the
monks, with thick hair to with-
stand the cold, keen noses t smell
stray traveller a h in tthe
oiowstormns, .ad ngr itength to
drag them to saty ran wftyi
for aid.
More thaa re m e5
Year d
Pies. No eil.


Chesed Shel Emes
Holds Meeting

At the first general meet-
ing of the Chesed Shel Emes
(Free Burial Society) held
since the past fourteen
months a constitution gov-
erning the organization was
read and adopted and new of-
ficers were elected to serve
until the annual meeting to
be held the first week in Jan-
uary 1931. Those elected
were: Manuel Rippa, presi-
dent; Nathan Adelman, 1st
vice president; Wolf Cohen,
second vice president; S. Ab-
enson, treasurer; Louis Van-
gilder, financial secretary; E.
Gordon, recording secretary
and H. M. Drewitch sergeant
at aims. On the board of di-
rectors are: Max Kupferstein,
Julius Simpson, M. H. Nissen-
baum, Sol. Schwartz, and J.
Louis Shochet. Prior to the
business meeting a brief ad-
dress was made by Mrs. Do-
brin, executive secretary of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau in
which she praised the work of
the Chesed Shel Emes and
said that the Jewish Welfare
Bureau was thankful for the
existence of this organization
because of the fact that the
Welfare Bureau was able to
take care of the living only.

Beth David Holds
R.eP lar Services


Friday, October 24. 1930


Temple Israel
To Hear Sermon


Services at Temple Israel,
Reform Jewish Congregation,
Friday evening, at eight fif-
teen p. m. The subject of Dr.
Kaplan's lecture wil be THE
CITY OF MIAMI AND THE
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
ARE SYMBOLS OF AMERI-
CAN LIFE AND CULTURE.
ihe public is most cordially
invited to attend.
Religious School every Sun-
day morning, at nine fifty
a. m.

Orthodox Jews
Elect Officers

At a well attended and en-
thusiastic meeting of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation last Wednesday night
at the Odd Fellows Hall at
which Mr. Ed Wolfe presided,
officers were elected and the
plans for work of the organi-
zation adopted. The name of
the Congregation will be
"Congregation Chesed Shel
Emes" and a Talmud Torah
will be organized as soon as
the Rabbi arrives from New
York City. On an appeal made
by Mr. Max Kupferstein sev-
eral hundred dollars were
made for the purchase -of
equipment for the Talmud
Torah. Votes of thanks were


S.. extended to Mr. Ed Wolf, Mrs.
The usual late Friday Sadye G. Rose and others for
The their work until now. The
night services will begin at to ion and election of of-
8 p. m. with Rabbi S.M.nomination and election of of-
Machtei preaching on "Bless- ficers resulted in the follow-
ings in Disguise." A social ing being chosen: President,
is in i i. A oil Nathan Adelman; 1st Vice
hourwill follow.resident, Manuel Rippa; 2nd
On Saturday morning the resident Manuel Rippa; 2nd
Bar Mitzva ot Isaac Kronen-Vic President, Louis
field will be celebrated with Shochet; treasurer Max Kup-
feld will be celebrated with ferstein; Recording Secre-
the Rabbi preaching a ser- tary, Louis Vangilder; Finan-
mon at 10 a. m. cial Secretary, Ed Wolfe; Sgt.
The Sunday school will con- Ar Ha St
vene Sunday morning as us- at Arms, Harry Seitlin;
S u u Board of Directors is compos-
ual.Registration for the daily ed of H. M. Drewitch as
Registration for the daily Chairman Julius Simpson,
Religious School is still in Chairman, Julius Simpson,
Max Rappaport, Wm. Mech-
progress. lowitz, Sam Futterfass, M.
-o al s ld Pritzker and Morris Sirkin.
For all Love's long-illumined Three representatives of the
chimes Ladies Auxiliary will repre-
Have rung the short word sent the Ladies organization
"Death." on the Board aLd.wiUbe p, m-
----ed by the Auxiliary.
erybody is supposed to contribute led by the Auxiliary.
the price of a night's lodging to officers of the Congregation
the little church there. officers of the Congregation


President Drinks Beer
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He is General Von Hindenburg
0tgt of Germany, sho6n slak-
S thirty at a roadside tavern.


Famous Farmer Poet
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Price 5 Cents


Prominent Lawyer AA N TE
Is Candidate


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George Russell.wh.o. rite Irissh ,r Stel WHlas of Rroeklsl
poetry under t P W am. s ryi rte fior-
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est vnoop in everything pertain-
ing to the home, you must have
a made-to-order radio.
Out on Long Island the rage is
slowly spreading. A young radio
engineer has started the practice
of equipping homes with special
radios built to accommodate the
architecture and acoustics of each
particular home.
One such instrument that he in-
stalled was sold for $6,000. Harry
Payne Whitney saw it and is said
to have liked it so well that he
Ordered two one for his New
York residence and another for his
summer home in North,CarolUmr--
sesh to cost between $7,000 sad
$8,000.


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Of interest to the Jewish M W V Y 14 IVWY
residents of Miami Beach was l A M
the announcement last week
that Baron de Hirsch Meyer, BY ERNEtT CAMD J
prominent Jewish Lawyer w n WA
was a candidate for election NEW YORK Motoring thru
to the City Council of Miami Huntington or Southampton, not-
Beach. Mr. Meyer is a native ing the names of the palatial
of Wisconsin a graduate of estates that sprawl at the ocean's
f Wisconsin, a graduate of edge, is like turning the pages of
the University of Wisconsin the Saturday Evening Post.
and of the Harvard Law Every resident bears some name
School. He is particularly that has screamed at you from the
known in this section for his front pages. Calling them over
I sounds like a Blue Book of Ameri-
active participation in Jewish can business and industry.
communal affairs and as sec- Many of these summer homes
retary of the Miami Zionist include among their routine equip-
District. He was active in the ment speedboats, yachts, sea-
Sof ep planes, and as many as ten auto-
affairs of the Depositors corn- mobiles.
mittee of the Miami Beach
bank and is now represent- *
ing the liquidator of the old In company w:th a seasoned
bank in winding up the af- New Yorker, I was
fairs of the institution. Wasted taking a peek at a
He has already received the Enthusiasm particularly swank
n. estate near Hunting-
enthusiastic endorsement of ton. We drove inside the gates
a large number of Jewish and and stopped before a large white
non-Jewish residents of Mi- house on a noble elevation, stately
ami Beach, and is pledged with rambling porch and tall white
amon terathadingstte columns.
among other things to the ac- I at once burst into gasps of ad-
quisition of the property ad- miration. Whereupon my com-
joining the Lummus Park on panion, with mingled amusement
the South as far as First and disgust, informed me that I
street for. the extension of was wasting my eloquence upon
the prone of the tenant houses! The
the park. manor house was further up the
hill.

CAMPAIGN BRIEFS
CAMPAIGN BRIEFS The administration of such an
I estate is a business of no mean
Otto C. Stegemann, Repub- proportions, calling for a young
army of skillful servitors. And
lican candidate for the Leg- these are no ordinary servants,
islature, largely through his either. If you aren't careful one
own efforts attained a schol- of them will check you up on your
astic standing reach-id by few. pronunciation.
t iI talked to one chauffeur who
At nineteen he was graduated was a college graduate, and gifted
from New, York University, with a fine vocabulary and man-
and three years later won his ners to rank with the best. Many
law degree at the Harvard a chaffeur lives in a home-al-
Law School. Although mak- ways located on the estate-that
aw choo. tough mak-wou!d make an eminently respec-
ing his own way through col- table dwelling for any small town.
lege, he won many scholar-
ships, including the coveted'
Phi Beta Aappa key given to The most amazing of all the es-
exceptional .students. In the states that I was privileged to peep
school he was prominent in at was that of Marshall Field, the
She was prom ent incelebrated merchant prince. This
many activities, and was an establishment was a community in
associate editor of the Har- itself.
yard Law Review. He was in In addition to the "B:g House,"
the U. S. Navy during the ne Man's set far back amid vast
One Man's acres pf woodland,
(Continued on Page 4) Village lawns, and shrubbery,
there were any num-
and the ladies organization ber of tenant houses, garages,
will be held at a Congrega- and enough road ways to lose any
tional supper which will be unry motorist des a school
There were, besides, a school
announced shortly and is conducted solely for the children
awaiting the arrival of the of tenants, a private movie for the
Rabbi from New York. proprietors of the estate, and an
immensQ dairy. The latter is
conducted because of the family's
fondness for raising blooded dairy
Chamf r on Tyilit cattle but the products are sold at
regular commercial rates to t'e
surrounding countryside.

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||SOCIETY


At the annual election of
officers of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau the officers of the or-
ganization for the past year
were re-elected. The financial
and social services report of
the activities of the organiza-
tion for the past year was
read by Mr. D. J. Apte the
president. A vote of thanks
was extended to Mr. Louis
Roth for his audit of the
books.
A social service program
was presented with Miss
Mary Raymond of the Com-
munity Chest making the
principal address on the scope
of social service work and its
effect on the upbuilding of
the general community. She
was followed by Mrs. D. J.
Apte and 4Irs. Si. Mendelson
who read some current news
relative to social service
work. Papers on social service
will be part of the program at
each meeting of the organiza-
tion hereafter. Honorary offi-
cers of the organization are
P. Scheinberg and Rabbis Ja-
cob H. Kaplan and S. M.
Machtei. The Professional
Advisory Committee consists
of Drs. Samuel Aronowitz,
Max Dobrin and Albert E.
Rosenthal and Herbert U.
Feibelman, Samuel Simon-
hoff and Louis Roth. The
Board of Directors chosen are
Lewis Brown, Jack Bernstein,
L. O. Chisling, Tobias Simon,
H. E. Kleiman, Harry Isaacs,
Julius Simpson, H. I. Homa,
H. H. Hyman, W. L. Williams,
M. L. Cowen and Morris Ru-
bin. The Women's Auxiiiary
consists of Mesdames Day J.
Apte, S. Mendelson, Isidor
Cohen, J. G. Lewis, Max
Ghertler, P. Scheinb ,rg, Mar-
vin Brohner, Meyer Schwartz,
Fank Perlman, Ben Watts, H.
Isaacs, M. L. Cowen, Wm.
Friedman, Jacob H. Kaplan,
S. M. Machtei and A. E. Ros-
enthal.
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Mr.ind Mrs. Cecil Tannen-
baum returned to Miami after
an absence of three months
spent in Connecticut, Atlantic
City and New York visiting
friends and relatives.
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Mrs.
turned
months
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in New


Louis Vangilder re-
to Miami after two
absence spent visit-
relatives and friends
Jersey, her former


Mrs. Meyer Friedman en-
tertained last Saturday at her
home in the Wonderview
iApartments in celebration of
the birthday of her daughter
Marjorie. Sixteen children
were present. Games were
played and refreshments were
served. At the same time the
mothers of the children were
entertained with bridge. Four
tables were played and prizes
were awarded to the highest
scores at each table. During
the afternoon a Dutch lun-
cheon was served.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gold-
berg of the Nemo Hotel re-
turned to Miami this week af-
ter having spent the summer
in the North. They will re-
open their hotel here very
shortly.

The first seNking meeting
of the season or the Miami
chapter of the Senior Hadas-
sah will be held next Monday,
October 27th, from 10 a. m.
to 5 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
Ira L. Seligman, 820 N. W.
18th Place. Luncheon will be
served by the hostess.
*
Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg is
now convalesing at her home
from a recent operation.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seiden
returned to Miami after a six
months stay in Chicago, Ill.,
their former home.
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Mrs. Isidor Cohen is ill at
her home in Shenandoah.
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The Senior Hadassah held
a card party at the Garden
Tea Shoppe, last Tuesday
night at which Mesdames
Minnie Engler and Samuel
Katz were the hostesses. Re-
freshments were served and
prizes awarded to the highest
scores.
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The Council of Jewish Wo-
men held a regular meeting
preceded by a Board meeting
last Wednesday at Kap 7l.
Hall. An address by Mrs. luax
Dobrin, executive secretary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
on the Child Welfare Legis-
lation of the State of Florida,
and the community needs of
the Child was one of the fea-
tures of the meeting. For its
objects for the coming sea-
son, first consideration will be


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given Local Welfare Work
and to further this object a
committee headed by Mrs.
Irving Greenfield was appoin-
ted to provide means for the
entertainment of the children
attending the Day Nursery.
One month of sewing will be
devoted to the Southern
Branch of the Children Home
society. A committee to help
further the Mother's Club of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau
was appointed, consisting of
Mesdames I. 0. Greenberg, M.
5b. rank ana L. Harris. Mrs.
M. Feinberg resigned as Fin-
ancial Secretary and Mrs. Al
Selden was appointed to fill
the vacancy until the election
which will be held at the next
meeting. A social hour follow-
ed, in charge of Mrs. Lewis
Brown, Chairman of Hospital-
ity assisted by her commit-
tee.
*
Mrs. A. Goldstein, and Mr.
M. Rosalsky of the G. & R.
ReStaurant !returned to Mi-
ami this week after having
spent the summer in the
North. They expect to reopen
in time for the season.
*
The Council of Jewish Wo-
men will entertain at a bridge
supper in the Talmud Torah
Hall, Sunday night, Novem-
ber 2nd, to which admission
will be $1.00 for adults and
50c for children. Mrs. P.
Scheinberg as chairman and
her co-chairman Mrs. J. A.
Richter are in charge of the
arrangements.

Mrs. Samuel J. Spector,
chairman of the Sewing Com-
mittee of Beth David enter-
tained at a bridge party last
Sunday night at her home to
raise funds for the work of
the Committee. Refreshments
were served and prizes were
won by Mesdames Morris
Dubler and Harry Green, and
Mrs. Chas. Greenfield. Eight
tables of bridge participated.
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Next Wednesday evening,
October 29th, the Sisterhood
of Temple Israel will celebrate
at a "Hard Times" party at
Kaplan Hall beginning at 8
p. m. Guests are asked to
come in costume and prizes
will be awarded for the most
original costumes, The hall
will be decorated in carnival
style and side shows will be
part of the novel entertain-
ment provided. Music for
dancing will be furnished and
a "Virginia Reel" and "Square
Dance" will be led by Mr. H.
U. Feibelman. The members
of the Temple Alumni will at-
tend as the guests of the Sis-
terhood. Admission will be
39c for one and 75c for two.
Messrs. Dave Roth and Bert
Reisner will be masters of
ceremonies. Mrs. Gordon Da-
vis is chairman and is being
assisted by Mesdames Si
Mendelson, Dave Roth, J.
Gerald Lewis, Jules Perlman,
A. S. Zucker, J. Field, Bert
Reisner, I. L. Seligman and
H. E. Kleinman.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N.
Levy have returned to Miami
after having spent the sum-
mer in the Blue Ridge Moun-


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L. (Pop) GERSON
Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Phone 20621

BAGS and METALS
EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO.
(Inc.)
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485
PEPPER METAL CORP.
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Phone 22546

BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON
Building Materials,
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
428 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251

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

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


tains in the camp conducted
by Mrs. Levy.
*
A large number of friends
attended the housewarming
of Dr. and Mrs. Barney
Weinkle at their new home,
315 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, last Sunday afternoon.
(Continued on Page 4)


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 Wahinzton Ave.

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


DIRECTORY

PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
Chas. Tannenbaam,
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 29718

PIPE and STEEL

ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th St
Aat F. E. C. R. R Phone 2142

A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
Phone 81855
58 North East 25th Street

PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
"Printing That Pays"
Phone 28261
107 South Miami Avenue
AUTO PARTS
BLOOM AUTO REPAIR
& PARTS CO.
N. W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
Phone 23681
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SOCIETY

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Tea, punch and good-es of all
kinds were served.

Beth David Sisteraho. wfll
h Ad ore of its rEgriar card


parties on S. dav evening
Wf/obefr 26th. a: -:% p. m.
in ,the Talmud T-.ran Hall
w.r.-e rs. J. Katz as chair
man, ass:ste6 by Mesdame
3L W '.'.. :> Weiinkle
d John 'o]fe w-i bfe the
h,,e., :-e*i. Pr ze-s w: .e giv-
en anr. refrc-hments will be
-erved.


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The first meetings of the
formeY Ladies A'ix2ary of
the Talmud Torah, w"l be hed
at the home of Mrs. Chas.
Tannenbaum, 2101 S. W. 11.th
.stree: next Sunday evening to
formulate plans for its work
this season and for the nom-
ination and election of offi-
cers. All members who s-ym-
pathize with the organization
are urged to be on hand and
bring their friends with them.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tannen-
baum who returned to Miami
this week are now located at
their new home 2129 S. W.
4th street.
The first card party of the
former Ladies Auxiliary will


Dr. A. E. Rosenthal
Announces The Renwral Of His
Offices From The Professional
Building to
91 CONGRESS BLDG.
111 N. E. Secd Aveme.
Practice of Dentistry
Pbone 2-4819


be heid at the home of Mr. heIt at the hoe of~ arlous-
and Ms. Nathan Adr man. mbe Mrs. John Wolf
1421 N. W. Firt street, anMt ~ the es
Tuesday evening Otober
28th, when Mrs. Adean
wffl be ote~s. e A The B-th El Adu Bible
will be served and prizes wiE C h s : was ie:: e -:
be awarded. d Asiing Mrs. iz- c a.- Wr e:: w.
A&dman wid be Mrs Wmi. M c -g a
M owitz and 3Mrst Hymnan h of _s. J: W:=l-.
Gottsman. Al are urged to 31 a D
atenrd and an enjoya 'le even- .
i;gg pr-omised alL "


Mr. and Mrs. Harry Se:-
1n of Coconu: Grove retrnr-
ed to their home th:s wek
after having spend their en-
Sire summer vacation m e
North visiting creative and
fr ends.


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CAM~PA~IGN BRIEFS


.Cj..-r~;--. 2 : f F-- "
The Fr enAship League W .:. war-. He i
Sed its regular business fe sr- -
Smeti+g. flk.awedi by danr.-ig D- Co-mr..: : a m -r
i at the Congres HaI. as: the Mi~ J.-or-: .r
W1d- lay raght. ( Cmmerce. M i Be
Chamber of C-ommerc- :-
The marriage of Miss Jean ai Ad Clue. Acacui C1.
Cohen of Springfeld.- Mass.. Miami Airvprt As.:-c4td ..!
to Mr. Fred Plan of this City the Steuben Sociev,. the
wii be performed next Snm- American Legion and others.
day evening. October 26th. at He has never previously en-
their future residence l(W40 S. gaged in political activity but
SW. l0th avenue, and Rabbi S. has been active im part? af-
M. Machtei of Beth David will fairs since the June primary.
perform the ceremony at 6 p. He formed one of the groups
m. in the presence of close which drew up the Republi-
friends and immediate rela- can State Platform. and was
tives. Miss Ida Cohen will be able to include in this instru-
maid of honor and Mr. Wilton meant many progressive meas-
Brill will be best man. Phyllis ures. particular with refer-
and Monie Shuhnan will be, ence to banking reforms, of
the flower girls and little which subject he has an ex-
Ronie Pallott will be the ring tensive knowledge.
bearer. Immediately after the
ceremony a dinner and recep- A popular candidate for
tion wfll be served at the Pal- member of the Board of
atial Kosher Restaurant at County Commissioners is
which the relatives will be Owen W. Pittman, Jr. native
present. After the dinner the Floridian, coming from a long
couple will leave for their line of Flondians who settled
honeymoon which will be at Quincy, Florida. He re-
spent at Havana, Cuba. They ceived his education in the Mi-
will make their home in Mi- ami grammar and high
ami. schools, pnd was graduated in
S* law from the University of
Mrs. J. Rotford is now at Florida. He began the practice
her home convalescing from of law in Miami with the late
an operation performed dur- Freeman Bordine. and for the
ing the early part of this past four years has been a
week. --


WEST PALM BEACH
ACTIVITIES

SOf interest to the Jewish
community of the Palm
Beaches is the announcement
of the engagement of Rabbi
S. Wruble of Congregation
Leth El of West Palm Beach
to Miss Mae Gruner of the
same City. Miss Gruner is the
daughter of Mr. Jacob Grun-
er of West Palm Beach and
came to this Country a little
more than a year ago. She is
a graduate of the Teacher's
Seminary of Warsaw. Poland,
and in the short time of her
stay has made a large num-
ber of friends. Rabbi Wrubel
has acquired a reputation Tor
accomplishing things in West
Palm Beach and during the
period of his stay has suc-
ceeded in enlarging the mem-
bership of his congregation
and in the establishment of
a free Talmud Torah. He has
succeeded in interesting the
Jewish community in the
SSynagogue and its activities.
; ne wedding is to take place
at the Community House on
December 28th of this year.
Last Sunday night the Sis-;
terhood of Beth El were the
guests at one of a series of
Bridge parties which will be


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Friday, October 24, 1930


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


member of the law firm of
Br-ant and Pittman in the
Olympia building. He is mar-
ried and has one son, and re-
sides in Grove Park. For sev-
Ma, v ears he has been Deputy
C,-r.:.,.,r.-r for the Tami-
D -i,-ision of the Boy
-America: first vice
o-: f the U Nava!
^-.r. -.- Oniicr- Association
::- '- '-- `h Naval Dis-
-r. 32nd Degree Ma-
Sd member of
< _\- N 1 anr.d Sigwma Chi col-
I-_ aT-, : the Junior
.'--r ,-- Commerce ana
a-- t' Cr.;nt" Bar Asso-
.::_--.:. 0-! the son of
-: :'- : ;-;:-ar" postmaster.


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Owe Country. we have de-'
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Spurest
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For the Baby and the Adult
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER
THIRD DISTRICT
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OTTO C.

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Honest Able Fearless
Republican Candidate
STATE LEGISLATURE
SELECTION, NOVEMBER 4th
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