The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 8, 1931
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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Vol. IV.-No. XIX. Miami, Florida. Friday. Mav 8. 1931 Price 5 Cents

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1545 S. W. 3rd Street
The usual Friday evening
services will begin at 8:15 p. Ie
m. Friday evening. Saturday Temple Israe
morning the services begin at Elects Officers
9 a. m., and Rabbi Wapner
will preach the sermon on the
portion of the week. Cantor At a meeting of the mem-
Nathan Wroobel will chant bership held last Wednesday
the services. Afternoon ser- Temple Israel elected, Day J.
vices begin 6 p. m. The regis- Ae a p f
tration for children to attend Ate as president for the
the Talmud Torah will con- third successive term. Harry
tinue another week and all I. Homa was elected vice
parents are urged to register president, Herbert U. Feibel-
their children and provide man was re-elected secretary,
them with a real Jewish edu- Norman J. iiirsky, treasurer,
cation and training. Adolph Wertheimer was re-
elected financial secretary,
Arthur A. Ungar, Tobias
CONG. BETH DAVID Simon, and Leonard Epstein
(Conservative) members of the Board of
139 N. W. Third Avenue Trustees for three years, and
S. M. MACHTEI J. A. Richter and H. Wolko-
Rabbi wsky members of the board
Friday evening services at for two years. A number of
Beth David, 137 N. E. 19th others were chosen for the
Beth David, 137 N. E. 19th

Rabbi is Elected

for Life by Temple

Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
who came to Miami at the
call of Temple Israel in 1926
and has served as Rabbi
since his arrival was elected


street, at 8 o'clock tonight .".
Rabbi Machtei will preach on Miami Orthodox
"Mother- devoting the sub-
ject to all mothers in* the Syn og Will Meet
spirit of motherhood and g
mother-love. Cantor Louis
Hayman will chant the ritual. A very important meeting
A social hour will follow and of the Miami Jewish Ortho- a
everyone is welcome. Tomor- dox Congregation has been J
row morning the services will,
begin at 8:30. called for Monday evening, t
During the Sunday School May 11, at 8 p. m. when im- for life at a meeting of the
on Sunday morning, begin- portant matters recommend- membership of Templi Israel i'
ning at 11 o'clock a Mother's ed by the Board of Trustees last Wednesday afternoon. f,
Day program will be present- of the Congregation will be Dr. Kaplan came to Miami p
ed by the pupils. Their moth- acted upon. Plans for the from Cincinnati, Ohio, where q
ers will be the guests of hon- Shvuoth services will be tak- he graduated from the He-
or and the fathers will also en up as will the preparations I rew Union College and the w
be welcome. Plans for the for the High Holidays in University of Cincinnati and f,
Confirmation program on September. All members are where he served one of the c]
May 24 are being made and urged to be on hand. large congregations for a
an outing is to be held after number of years. so
the close of the Sunday school Rabbi's Father During his stay in Miami R
term. l D he has helped build his con- bi
SDies Suddenly gregation to one of the larg- bi
TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI est in the South, occupying th
(Reform) one of the prettiest and most R
187 N. B. 19th Street Miamians were shocked to imposing structures in the is
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN learn of the sudden death of South. He organized the Re- jM
Rabbi the father of Rabbi Lazarus ligious school of Temple Is-
Axelrod of Miami Beach rael in a manner that has hi
The usual Friday services which occurred last Monday won commendation from m
at Temple .Israel begin in Jerusalem. Rabbi Axelrod pedagogues and experts. Dur- w
promptly at '15 p. m. The received word late Monday ing his stay here he has di- ta
subject of Dr. Kaplan's ser- afternoon from relatives in reacted all the religious ahd its
mon in honor. of Mother's Liverpool. He is sitting Shiva social activities of the Tern-za
Day will be "The Fine Art of at his home in the Fountain ple and has found time to be- tiv
Motherhood." The public is apartments, Miami Beach. A come actively identified with
always welcome at these ser- full account of the deceased's many of the Jewish and non- w
vices. life will appear next week. Jewish civic affairs of Miami, gt
__ He is at the present time a wi
O B i B h to Cele- vice president of the Miami ar
CONG. BETH JACOB 1 BnaiBrith to Ce Exchange Club and is in-
(Orthodox) I a D structor in Jewish History at wl
L. AELROADbrate Mothers Day the University of Miami. Re- to
"ABBI cently he took part in the So
311 Wamhinsta- Avnm The Sholen bLodge of Bnai Darrow' open forum and rp-
Miami a 3 Brith will celebrate Mother's ceived much praise for the
The Friday evening ser- Day next Monday evening at splendid way in which he
vices begin at 6:80 p. an. and 8 p. m. at Beth David audi- presented the Jewish vew to
Saturday morning rvices at torium when a very fine pro the immense public present .
9 a. m. Rabbi Laswru Axel- gram including speakers and er in the Good-W been moa
.d is in .h. P VarioUs tlay- music will be presented under leader in the move.
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Miami High to

Graduate Many

Among the numerous gra-
luates of the Miami High
school tonight are a number
f Jewish boys and girls
mong whom are Ruth Peggy
Lreenwald, Ruth Kraft, Ger-
rude S. Rappaport, Harold
leymour Tannenbaum, Isidor
Neham, Philip Breman, Bea-
rice Alpert, Alice Apte, Ber-
ard Katz, Lillian Wucher,
ternard Weintraub, Bernice
Vatts, Dorothy Friedman,
nd Marjorie Predinger. A
umber of these have been
ery active in the life of the
school having taken part in
he journalistic and musical
activities of the school in ad-
lition to the scholastic work.

Mizrachi Mass-

meeting to be Held




In Our Next Week's Issue.
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On Sunday night at 8 p. m. MECHANICAL MARKET
lay 10th, the Jewry of Mi- The latest step to speed us into
mi will gather at the Miami a put-a-coin-in-the-slot existence
ewish Orthodox Congrega- is the automatic grocery store
I.right in your own apartment build-
ion for the first mass meet- ing.
ng in its history in the in- A New York apartment has in-
erests of the Mizrachi Zion- stalled this device called the
t movementThe camain Delamat-which responds to the
st movement. The campaignclick of a coin by disgorging a can
or funds for the Mizrachi of beans, a lamb chopa bottle of
'alestine work has been milk or anything that can be
uietly conducted during the bought at a regular grocery. The
ast week and this meeting Delamat consists of a series of
chambers with glass doors in
rill be for the purpose of ef- which are displayed packages of
acting a permanent Mizra- food whrch rest on holders fasten-
hi branch in Greater Miami. e to an endless belt. At the in-
lo funds or pledges will be section of the proper coin and a
turn of a handle, the belt lowers
elicited. It is expected that the package to an open compart-
tabbi Isaac M. Wapner, Rab- ment. The customer reaches in
i Lazarus Axelrod and Rab- and takes out the package. The
i S. M. Machtei will address entire operation takes but fivsec-
he meeting in addition to Food requiring refrigeration is
abbi Israel H. Weisfeld who dispensed by the same mechanism
here in the interests of the from an electrically operated re-
[izrachi movement, frigerator.
A very elaborate program BIG CHANCE
s been prepared for the .
as been prepared for the n the' other side of the picture
meeting and a very vivid we have the case of Mr. Kirchen-
ord picture of the impor- berg, who advertised for a stenog-
&nce of the organization and rather. When he arrived at his
Work of education, color, office, he found the entrance to
the building blocked with literally
'tion and social welfare ac- hundreds of girls.
cities will be presented. When he opened his door, a rail-
Cantor Nathan Wroobel ing was torn down, tables were
ill. present a musical pro_ overturned and Mr, Kirchenberg
l ewas almost trampled underfoot.
'am during the evening and Then one of the girl with a
ill be assisted by several sporting idea yelled, "Let's all
tists. take a chance. Raffle the job ff."
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld So they all pitched in and-
IL 500 numbers with dq.
ho is now in Miami on a Then they drew. The iu B
ur of the S" rn and ber was- 42." Just tb pmIbe
ubthw er i of the they were allgsod -"- tbs ..
trytl n fb ~ of the ft t hw

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syiisWTI CAMow JW
Whether they realize it or not,
the organ music and the playing
of a radio in the big Pennsylvania
station that the jostling crowds
hear are part of an experiment
to speed the moving of passenger
The railroad has installed a full
size organ of 35 stops and a com-
bination radio and phonograph to
find out if music will clear the
building quickly by getting people
to move faster.
Right now, everyone is a bit
puzzled as to the effectiveness of
the project.
While it is true that music
places travelers in a pleasanter
frame of mind, it doesn't work so
well when it comes to clearing the
station. Last fall, Princeton al-
umni joined in the singing of their
school song then coming over
the radio so enthusiastically
that the radio had to be shut off
to get the rooters on the train.
What type of music shall be
played on the organ is a problem.
On religious holidays, church mu-
sic alone is suitable; at the death
of notables, funeral marches
should be performed. Now the
question is, does slow, mournful
music pep up the passengers' ac-
tions, or the reverse? Then again,
the music can't be too peppy, for
they don't want the negro "red
caps" to go into a Dixie jig when
they play those down South tunes.
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DARKNE .th iker than bod." oceans waving crops ofBangor, to try our luck at naturaait in^
'You a~e arnangeL," Isaac's greefi gainn" fishing. A thunder storm wANib e R"u!oll sU
.N Avoi vib~ate with '-ati- "You said that you were a made day fishing Imposhsible, NeW Yorkta
Stud. "Talk to me, please." musician. I am beginning to myguideproposednlight." that the h in ot
"There is a magical moon think that you are a poet in try our luck by moonlight. that thehippopbtamus
S(Continued from Wek) just outside of your window. disguise." Rachael attempt. "It might interest you to only animal that h
"B u t, Lieutenant, you It looks like a huge Chinese ed to laugh. know that I handle a fly-rod equivalent for a kisse
must not forget that blind lantern swaying from the "That is because my hair quite decently myself," co- well, I had bout decide
men have made the world a arm of a tree." The woman needs cutting," countered mented the woman by his didn't crto kiss a h
happier place in which to saw a spasm of pain stab Isaac; "my-hair must look side. potamus anyway.
live." The nurse was speak- across the moon lighted face poetic." He also tried to *
ing. "There was a man named of the man stretched upon laugh, adding, "I recall a Husband (after a tiff): "I "What time do you gt u
Homer, and a giant blamed the cot. His voice was full of moon-shiny night up under suppose you are now going i summer?"
Milton." pain: the tall summit of Mount home to your mother?" "As soon as the first r'
The man stopped sobbing, "You say there is a moon? Katahdin, in Maine. My Wife: "I'm not: I'm going of sun comes in at my w
interrupting, "Didn't Milton It hurts to think that I shall guide and I had packed back to the most expensive hotel I dow."
say something about men never see the golden sickle to Foss-Knowlton Pond, can find and let them send "Isn't that rather early?7
serving thb also sit an of the moon mow down the about ninety miles north of the bill to you." "No, my room faces wes
wait?" He was wrestling
with a new idea. +++ ++++ ++ +++ ++++++ A,.A4
"Yes, Lieutenant; and you '+
must not forget Valentin +
Huay and Braille, who made, +
it possible for men like them- -o "
selves to see." Or-
"Thank God for Braille!"
exclaimed Isaac Basker, a n
great light illuminating hisn Mi.
face-the dawn of hope. NR Io
"Have you a hobby ?" con- *
tinued the nurse. "A hobby
helps tremendously. Of
course you will not need to
worry aboIt making a liv-
ing: Uncle Sam will be glad
to repay his debt to brave T
men like yourself." I
"Yes, I have a hobby. I am +
passionately found of music. : re s
I come from a long line of
musicians. My instrument is, +
the 'cello. I have been told : .. t t
.that I play rather decently." .. --
the rau, rh ro lhad u for the price formerly paid
the nurse, who had picked up moo
the hand out-stretched upon
the blanket. "Isn't it wonder-
ful that you didn't lose your c
arm? You can play your +
'cello, even as Homer played "

Isaac became almost hilar- + Cut the cost of operating your car by 1o n e
ious. "I hadn't thought of purchasing Goodrich Cavaliers at our
that. Come to think of it, I purchasing Goodrich Cavaliers at our
have always promised myself + 1931 prices.
that I would take more time +
to play my beloved instru- +
ment. It is an ill wind that
ment. It is an ill wind that Two new fully guaranteed tires for less
does not blow us some good." __
Fearing that too much ex- + than you paid for one, three years ago.
citement might work ill toe
the patient, the group about e And 1931 Cavaliers give far more 4
the cot examined the burnt- + mileage...more safety...more comfort.
out eyes, made Isaac comfort-
able and pushed down the Compare these "Two Tire" prices...
ward. As she was leaving, Compare these "Two Tire" prices....
the nurse promised, "I'll be. +
back when my swing is over: Pre a n .
it may help to chat with me Price Price
for a while." Size Each Per Pair Phone 3-1266
"Thanks, nurse; that will 28x4.75-19.......... ..$ 6.65 12.90
help tremendously." Over- 28x4.75-19.. ..--....$ 6.65 12.902246 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
come with fatigue, Isaac 4 28x5.25-18................... 7.90 15.30
dropped back upon the pillow 29x4.40-21............ 4.95 9.60
When Lieutenant Basker 4 29x4.75-20..... .-. 6.75 13.10 .
awa ened, the ward was sil- 29x5.00-19. 6.95 13.60
ent save for the stifled 29x5.50-19. 8.90 17.30
oans of fellow casualties, 29x5.50-19...8.90 17.30 A'
whose agony spilled over the 4 30x4.50-21-. 5.70 11.10
edges of human endurance. 30x5.00-20. ......-- 7.10 13.80 N
One other patient shouted in 80x5.25-20.-_ 8.30 16.10
delirium, believing himself 31x5.00- 1.......- 7.35 14.30 O O T re
to be in action. Isaac was 31x5.25-21........................ 8.60 16.70 "S e
conscious of a presence; he 32x5.00-22- 8.10 15.80 "One Stop Service StatidT".
heard Aa woman's voice, ask- 31x6.00-19._. 11.00 21.35 5 0 0 WE T FLAGLER T
Yes, nurse." 82x6.00-20....----- 11.45 22.20 Phone 2-2194 :

"Possibly you wondered
why I offered to return to- -
ight ?" Her voice sounded
lke tippling water in a pine
"No, I did'not wonder; for,
a woman's heart is always
"Lieutenant, I am a Jew-
a, My name is Rachel .
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Frda,'a;. 8 1981

Firday, My 8,19881 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page

A werm New uper
iuLUsman uVmar r oAr CHAS1ER
07 SOUTAnguH MI--Tht settle AE. Some people have week
U 6 A. Sandy-What settles it? eyes simply because they are THE VACANT LOT
Angus-"Soda. I located in a weak place.
LOUIS ir andy-sttles what? Ten years ago, in the midst of the depression of 1920-
P. L OU, ier Angus-Sour stomach. Love blinds some men and 21, I made a talk before a thousand men, representing one
Miad, lorida PhoneI .118 I it makes a lot more of others of the country's basic industries.
M lo a P Critic-AU I have to. say is too near-sighted for military For weeks they had heard nothing but bad news from
wIST PLM atLsA ovch that if that picture of yours service. their salesmen. Their only mail was cancellations. It was
4r 4 4N r is art then I'm a blundering I I a tough assignment for a speaker.
-M.. N. Artis' t-Thur u fool. Housecleaning time is when I showed these hopeless gentlemen a photograph of
Entered as second l r doubtist en there can be you find oodles of things a vacant lot, a big corner, a couple of hundred feet square,
Snd t no doubt of its being art. thatmight as well have stay- in the very center of New York.
at Florida, underolice SergantIs the man ed mislaid. I said to them: "Doesn't it strike you as strange that
of March 8, 1879 Police Sergantously Is the m I here, in the heart of the greatest city, where land is worth
dangerously wounded?
S SUUcer ONW Patrolman Two of the While the addition of to- thousands of dollars a front foot, there should be this
' Md .............0........ U wounds are fatal, but the oth- bacco to the diet may cause vacant lot ?"
o er one isn't so bad. young chickens to thrive bet- They were only mildly interested, but I took a deep
VOL. IV.-NO. XI. I Io ter, as stated in a bulletin breath and ploughed ahead.
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1981 The He: "What is this from an agricultural college, "'T tell you why that lot is vacant," I continue, .'t
thing called love ?" I fear the tobacco habit will was part of a farm. Just a hundred years ago the farmer
The She: "The 10th word prove a handicap later in life. died; his will gave definite instructions to his heirs. They.
in a telegram." Any chickens I have, parti- were at liberty to do as they wished with his other prep-
Ie I I cularly of the gentle sex will erty, but this particular corner of his favorite pasture was
Mary S.: I wonder what be taught to chew gum in- to remain forever unencumbered with buildings, as a rests
causes the flight of time. stead. ing place for his bones and the bones of his wife.
Liba D.: It is probably I I e "Stop and think what that means," I said to my down-
urged on by the spur of the George Washington, who hearted audience. "Only a hundred years ago ... only 'a
moment. was something of an ekngi- little more than one life-time, this island was farms. More-
MTHR' !w I I never himself, and who threw over the people who lived on it assumed that it always would
MOTHER'S DAY It was customary for the a dollar across the Potomac, be farms. Now look at it, a city of six million people
Next Sunday, May 10th, congregation to repeat the coul- have appreciated the "Yet you men sit her i t mid f it and a me
will be Mother's Day. There 23rd Psalm in unison, but in- bride, named after him, th because b ness has slowed a little Ameca
will be millions of flowers variably Mrs. Spielfast would which a New York engineer to bu more S
presented to mothers all over keep about a dozen words has thrown clear across the mneer a mobilesng to b an moe ethees, any mofe hous anyi
the United States. Sons and ahead all the rest. "Who," Hudson. e country which was pastures only three pneraton
daughters everywhere will asked a visitor of an old ago is going to step ahead. This iures thnly three toenerations
pay a beautiful, sentimental church member one Sunday, A Kansas City clergyman for a bigger future."
tribute to their mothers. "was the lady who was al- was acquitted of the charge
This is as it should be. Our ready by the still waters of stealing a kiss, since it They looked at me as much as to say: "Here is a bright
only criticism of the obser- while the rest of us were ly- could not be proved that a n man trying his best to cheer us up. But of course.
vance of Mother's Day as a ing down in green pastures?" kiss was stolen. Maybe he he doesn't know what he is talking about."
special occasion for doing just picked one up that seem- The o there day, cnnurious coincidence. I was invited
something for mothers, is Husband: From the ed sort of lost and waiting t ddress the sam convention, in the same hotel. Made
that it occurs only once a glimpse I had of her this for an owner. "You thought I was talking through my hat ten ears
year. Soimetiiies we wonder morning, I rather like our I I I ou thought as talk tht ten years
ago," I said to them. "But just look at the -last ten years.-
whether setting apart a sin- new cook. There seems to be A fellow down in Indiana Every man in this room has done more 'business than he
gle day in the year for this plenty of go about her. will bring up a young ape ex- would have dreamed possible in 192 0"
homage to mothers doesn't Wife: Yes; she's gone. actly like a boy, with a nurse I told them about the vacant lot again. They looked
tend to make children feel I perambulator, i n structors, impressed, and clapped their hands, But I suspect' that:
that they can more or Jess Grape: "What happened games and so on, to see if it most of themstill think that I as talking through my hat.
neglect their mothers the that you didn't go on the Zep- develops the. characteristics
rest of the year. Not that the. pelin flight around the of a boy. I suggest that it
mothers care. There is noth- world?" would be cheaper to bring up
ing a child can do to its moth- Vine: "Too expensive-my a coon in this manner, as the "TK
er which can alienate the bank-roll wouldn't stand the animal already has a coon-
mother's love. Some of the Graf." skin coat.
pies of mother love we have "Why Snoots, how did you There never was anything
ever known or heard of have come to get those holes in better' said on birth control, y
been expended .upon utterly your umbrella?" now much discussed, than IJiN l OS
worthless, thankless;, useless "I made them myself, the remark of Oliver Herford a 1
children. Mother love is the Auntie, so I could see when -or was it Charles Hanson BLOOD PRESSURE "
only kind' of love which does it stopped raining." Towne--"'d be for it if it BE
not demand reciprocal affee- .I I were retroactive." All people have "blood-pressure" of one. sort
tion from the object of its Mrs. Nextdore: "How much I I I Iother, "high" "low" or "normal." Each "normal" pressure,
devotion, a week do you pay your Some great minds have is peculiar to the individual; it is a gross error to believe
There is another side to maid ?" some small thoughts, that one's normal blood-pressure is 100 plus the age in
the picture of Mother's Day. Mrs. Hiram Offun: "Real- I I I years. A man may be 75; he should not have a pressure
While we are paying tribute ly, I can't say. I always pay Why isn't a homeless man of 175, if his arteries are in first-class condition.
to mothers we, as a nation, them by the hour. They home less than other men? If you desire to know a little more than your neighbor,!
are sacrififlng the lives of never stay a week." I I I then learn that correct readings of blood-pressure are
thousands of mothers. More I I Some girls change color be- "systolic" and diastolicc." Because the contraction of .tie
than 16,000 women in the Matteossian They say cause the first boy isn't sat- heart, to force the blood through the body, i called its,
United States die in child- Mrs. Beefleigh is so morti- factory. systole; when the heart dilates, to receive the returning
iirth each year. More than fed she is ashamed to leave I blood, it is said to be in diastole; and this diastolicc pres-
I0nnnn e0 c yhear wna t n live d the house. All geniuses are eccentric sure" is, to me, fully as important for the patient as the

would be savedby proper ma- Jergenslotion Yes,. she A few have been known to sysucpressure.
truly e.- proof was knocked down and run pay their debts. This diastolic pressure the heart must bear every .ec-
that is the fact that there is over by one of those midget !I I I ond of the time; the systolic force is exerted at each polse-i
no such toll of deaths in any Austins. A tailor 'says that ready- beat, and gives an interval for the heart-muscle to rest
other civilized country in the I I I made clothing will cure a between beats. I feel safe in saying that a high diaqtolic
wotld, because everywhere Don't forget that life is fui man of having fits. pressure can alarm me quite as much if not more thp a
else in the world there is ade- of checks and many of them It nr more was ge :.R eas he will not U19. meeh ovep!8.
else n the world there of he and many of them h sstolic the patient with a diasto of 120 or
quate care provided for all are forgeries. Nothing contributes moredI t cwo e lot msc w-
expectant mothers. A n at I I toward alleviatig :domestla i ,as said beforethe heart cannot stand
wide movement for the tion- An early plnicker rep s storms than a clear .pon 4, any longer tha that, as a rule.
sion:of the work of the a that the Austlins got into e sciem ,e If you havean abnornidlblooeu aure, it sho
terity COuater lunch, but he sprInkled to IS I At S' t
twhim hadt"be~ A inisugar on them, and the i A violinist worabow-.
t fl i re soon carried them off. u d som oe liqe
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The series of "Time"
bridges being sponsored by
the Junior Hadassah in fur-
therance of its sale of Hadas-
sah time project books as
links in the movement to
raise the quota continued the
past week when Mrs. Carl
Weinkle and Miss Lena Wein-
kle were the hostesses at a
bridge on April 29. Last Tues-
day night Miss Reggie Gold-
stein, chairman of the time
project was hostess to a num-
ber of friends at a bridge at
which a very enjoyable time
was had and a tidy sum was
raised for the Junior Hadas-
sah fund. As we are going to
preAs the Misses Gertrude
Goldman and Dorothy Brill
are the hostesses to a large
number of friends at a bridge
for the same fund. At all of
these bridges. "time books"
are being given as prizes for
the highest bridge scores. On
May 13, Mrs. Jasper Cromer
and Mrs. Harold Tobin will
be hosts at a bridge for the
same cause at their home in
the Southmount apartments.
On May 14, Miss Beatrice
Goldenblank, co-chairman of
the time project committee
and Miss Gertrude Dietz will
be hostesses at a bridge at
the home of Miss Goldenblank
These bridges will be climax-
ed by a dance and gala af-
fair to be held at Carter's
Pier at the end of May. Plans
for this affair will be an-
nouced shortly.

Interesting social event of
Monday was the installation
luncheon given by the Sister-
hood of Temple Israel at the
Coral Gables Country club.
Guests were welcomed by
Mrs. Gordon Davis, toastmis-
tress for the luncheon. The
tables were decorated with a
profusion of garden flowers,
and seated at the speakers'
table were Mrs. Isaac Levin,
the hew president; Mrs. I. L.
Rosendorf, retiring president
Mrs. H. H. Miller, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Harry Rubin, au-
ditor; Mrs. H. R. Klein, fi-
nancial secretary; the Rabbi
and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Mrs. Ben Watts, secretary,
Mrs. Leonard Epstein, Mrs.
H. I. Homa and Mrs. J. A.
Richter, chairman of the
Mrs. Frances Wolfson sang
a group of numbers accom-
Sanied by Evelyn Plagman
ones. Miss Sylvia Miller,
violinist, and Miss Goldye
Miller, pianist, were heard in
a number of selections. Mrs.
Leonard Epstein paid a tri-
S bute to mothers in observ-
ance of Mother's day, which
is May 10. The report of Mrs.
Rosendorf showed an out-

standing year's work. She
was presented with a hand-
some pair of silver candle-
sticks by Mrs. Davis, in be-
half of the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Levin's address was
one of welcome, and in it she
expressed her appreciation of
the honor bestowed upon her
and she asked for the con-
tinued cooperation of the Sis-
terhood. She also asked that
in honor of National Music
week that the feeling of har-
mony prevail at all times. Dr.
Kaplan gave an address in
which he congratulated the
Sisterhood on its many
achievements. Covers were
laid for 65 members and

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Mrs. Mannie; Wesson and
Mrs. Sol. Rotfort are to be
the hostesses at what is to
be one of the prettiest events
of the early summer season,
next Tuesday evening, May
12, at a boudoir and lingerie
shower honoring Miss Sadye
Silverstein bride-elect of Dr.
Max Pepper. The affair is to
be held at the beautiful ball-
room of the Ponce De Leon
Hotel and an orchid and
green color scheme is to be
carried out in the decora-
tions. Bridge will be played
during the evening and prizes
will be given for the highest
scores. The hostesses are
close friends of the bride to
be who will be married here
on June 14. About sixty
guests have accepted invita-
tons to attend.

A moonlight garden card
party will be given at 8 p. m.
Sunday, May 10, at the May-
field Court patio, 730 pensyl-
vania avenue, Miami Beach,
as the first in a series of
time bridges given by the
Junior Hadassah, proceeds to
be used to aid the clock pro-
ject. Guests will receive one
minute of time which
amount to 60 chances to win
a trip to New York. Prizes
will be given and refresh-
ments served. Hostesses for
the occasion will be Mrs. A.
E. Woolfe, Mrs. Sol Rotfort,
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Mrs.
Mannie Wesson, Mrs. S. H.
Lutsky, Miss Sylvia Chaun-
cey and Miss Helen Yunes.
Congregation Beth Jacob
of Miami Beach is making
plans for the erection of a
community center and these
include the erection of a three
story building containing
class rooms for Talmud Tor-
ah and Sunday school, gym-
nasium, auditorium, kitchen,
dining rooms, and every faci-
lity to take care of the needs
of Miami Beach Jewry, as

Extends its sincere and heartfelt condolences to
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of the Beth Jacob Congre.
.gat n, Miami Beach on the loss of his father.
S .sm Y'lrnahaym Oso b'soeh Avaylay Tv-
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well as thi tourists Rabbi
Lazarus Axelrod of the con-
gregation heads the commit-
tee with Mesrs. E. Becker, J.
Caplan, M. Wasserman, and
I. L. Mintzer. Architect's
drawing are now being pre-
pared and will be submitted
to the members of the com-

The Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion of Miami Beach has es-
tablished a library for its
Talmud Torah ana Sunday
school pupils; a regular
weekly social every Wednes-
day night at the Synagog
when refreshments will be
served, music and games will
be played. A debating society
has been organized which
meets every Sunday morning
after Sunday school. A base-
ball team has been organized
and a challenge is issued to
the baseball team of any
Jewish organization to meet
in a series of matches. A
choir is being organized from
the Hebrew School which
will take part in the regular
Saturday services during the
absence of the cantor from

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A feature of the afternoon
was a travelogue in which
each member told of the dif-
ferent characteristics out-
standing of the country she
represented. Mrs. Bertram
Raff sang a group of German
songs, and souvenirs of the
different countries were giv-
en the guests.
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the city. Mrs. Joseph S. Fields, Mrs.
4 Henry Berg and Mrs. Harry
The Council of Jewish Wo- Orlin returned Monday from
men is sponsoring a card Orlando, where they were
party at the home of Mrs. the house guests of Mrs.
Charles. Grenfield, 321 Mad- Maurice Lefkowitz.
eira avenue, Coral Gables, on *
Monday, May 18, when Mrs. A number of Miami's
Greenfield will be the hostess prominent Jewish communal
together with Mrs. Al. Seid- workers attended a gather-
en and Mrs. Irving Green- ing at the home of Mr. Max
field. Prizes will be awarded Kupferstein last Sunday
and refreshments will be ser- night in the interests of a
ved. Reservations may be Mizrachi Palestine Fund cam-
made with any of the host- paign in Miami and Miami
esses. Beach. Brief but exceedingly
interesting was an address
Bet i'David Sisterhood will by Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of
sponsor a card party on Miami Beach. Addresses were
Wednesday evening, May 13, made by Rabbi Isaac M,
at the Beth David Auditor- Wapner, Louis Weinkle, Wolf
ium for the benefit of its Cohen and a number of oth-
Talmud Torah at which time ers.
Mesdames Louis Weinkle, A campaign committee was
Carl Weinkle and Sol Wein- appointed as follows: Wolf
kle will be joint hostesses. Cohen and S. Small, chair-
Prizes will be given for high men; Louis Weinkle and Max
scores and refreshments will Kupferstein treasurers, and
be served. All members are H. M. Drewitch, B. Silver-
invited to attend. man, N. Adelman members
of the general committee.
Pupils of Miss Frances --
Druckerman were heard in
recital Saturday afternoon Philb I,
at Mazica Hall, home of Ilrick
Mana-Zucca, each student Director of Funerals
showing technical training
and careful teaching. Taking Serving Greater Miami
part were Madrice Cromer, ____- -_
Edgar Blackshaw, Marwin
Shepard Cassel, Marion
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Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N.'
Eevy will leave next Tuesdta
by motor for Washington a-
Baltimore where they wij
spend several months. I
July Mrs. Levy will open h.i
celebrated Blue Ridge Moun.
tain Camp for girls.
Mrs. Sadie Sachs wit le"
the kindergarten counaeil
of the Blue Ridge Mou 'i
Camp for girls operated,
Mrs. Bertha Berkowfit
Levy. She has specialized I
this work for a number of
years and will chaperon the'
girls of the camp on July 1,
and for the past three year
has been active in this kinl
of work at various carp(
throughout the country.

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baum, Florence Cromer, committee.
Adelaide Sherman, Kate* *
Harris, Dorothy Morris and Mrs. Sam Tanmenbauzm A
Chester Cassel. tertained a number of friea
at her home last Wedn
Last meeting of the Ruth afternoon 'at brlde. An-t
Bryan Owen Oratorical club course was tseP5M during ,
until fall was held Friday in afternoon. Pries were wo
the form of a luncheon at the by Mrs. ChasF. Tannenbai
home of Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Mrs. Chas. Feldman and
Miss Helen Farkas was toast- Seitlin. Among the
mistress for the occasion. who attended were:
Dr. Horton Held was guest dames Nathan Adelmra
speaker, and gave an inter- Louis Vangilder, Bert s.aj
testing and informative talk mon, Chas. TannenbaunB
on the subject of metaphysi- Chas. Feldman, J. L. Shocth
cal science and how it can be Max Kupferstein and Ha
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A very interesting and flowers to each mother who
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pretty eveit was the install-
tion luncheon of the Senior
council of Jewish Women
ast Friday afternoon at the
olumbus H6tel. Mrs. Isidor
ohen was in charge of the
nstallatidn ceremonies while
rs. Lewis Brown was the
oastmistress. Mrs. Meyer
chwartz the retiring presi-
ent who d thl served the
council for the past two
ears read a resume of the
ork of the organization for
he past yaar and was then
resented with a beautiful
iece of silver by Mrs. Mar-
in Bronner on behalf of the
council. A poem embodying
he work and epitomizing the
accomplishments of the or-
ganization was then read by
the composer, Mrs. Julius
Simpson. The invocation Was
delivered by Mrs. Jacob H.
Kaplan. Officers of the or-
ganization now are: Mrs. Ben
Watts, president; Mrs. P.
Scheinberg, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Julius Simpson,
second vice president; Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, recording
secretary; Mrs. J. N. Morris,
c o r r es ponding secretary;
Mrs. Al. Seiden; financial
secretary, Mrs. Irving Green-
field, auditor; Mrs. Jack
Bernstein, treasurer. Direc-
tors recently elected are Mrs.
Lewis Brown, Mrs. J. A.
Richter, Mrs. Marvin Bron-
ner, Mrs. Myer Rauzin and
Mrs. Lou Harris. Holdover
directors are: Mrs. Cohen,
Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mrs.
Max Ghertler, Mrs. I. L.
Seligman. The retiring presi-
dent, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
will serve on the board until
the election of a successor to
the president.
A very interesting meeting
of the Junior .Hadassah will
be that of May 25, at Kaplan
hall when the election of of-
ficers fot the coming term
will be held. This will be fol-
lowed by a formal installa-
tion and banquet to be held
on June 8. Plans for which
are in the hands of a commit-
tee headed by Mrs. Jos. Wil-
liamson. *

Mother's Day which is an
annual event will be staged
by the Junior Hadassah on
Monday, May 11, at Kaplan
hall when a very elaborate
program will be presented. A
short sketch depicting the
activities of Junior Hadassah
in Palestine will be presented
by the members. Among the
speakers will be Mrs. Jasper
Cromer, who will give the
history of the Junior Hadas-
sah, Miss Lena Weinkle who
will describe the work of the
Jewish National Fund, Miss
Helen Yauna the work of
Mayah Shfayah, Miss Evelyn
Jamison the work of the
Nurses Training School, and
Miss Gertrude Goldman the
"Rabia" a, oect. Guest P e
rs of the evening w sbe
.,ax Dobr.a :,AveryI .i*6id

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wui atenu. All members are
urged to bring their mothers
and relatives.
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More than one hundred
and fifty friends attended
the reception celebrating the
housewarming last Sunday
night at the new home of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Dubler at
1303 Madrid avenue, Coral
Gables. In the receiving line
were Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Dubler, Dr. and Mrs. A. E.
Freidman, Mr. and Mrs. M.
B. Frank, Rabbi and Mrs. S.
M. Machtei, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Brown ahd Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Cohen. The home
was decorated with a profus-
ion of cut flowers and a beau-
tiful lace cloth surmounted
by a large floral piece cover-
ed the large dining table
which was laden with goodies
of all kinds. During the eve-
ning various refreshments
were served. At midnight
supper was served and this
was followed by cards. Num-
erous telegrams and gifts
were received.
** *
The Lesnoff-Shaeffer nup-
tials were performed at Beth
David Synagog last Tuesday
evening with Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiating. A recep-
tion and dance followed the
ceremony and was held in the
Beth David auditorium. Aft-
er the reception the bride
and groom left for a brief
honeymoon trip through the-
State after which they will
return to Miami to make
their home here.
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At the card party sponsor-
ed by the Beth David Sister-
hood last Wednesday after-
noon at the home of Mrs.
Samuel Aronowitz at which
she was the hostess, quite a
large crowd attended. The
door prize was won by Mrs.
Aaron M. Reder and prizes
for high score were won by
Mesdames A. Seiden, Ben-
jamin London, H. H. Farr, M.
Weingarten and L. Rifas.
During the afternoon refresh-
ments were served.
The Executive Board of
Beth David Sisterhood will
meet in the form of a lunch-
eon on Wednesday, May 13th
at noon to be followed by a
meeting of the membership
at 2 p. m., when officers for
the coming term will be elec-
Nominees are as follows:
President, Mrs. Lewis Brown,
first vice president, Mrs.
Morris Dubler; second vice

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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Feld-
man will entertain the juve-
nile friends of their daughter
Donna to celebrate her sec-
ond birthday, on Saturday
afternoon, at a "Mother
Goose" party. All the little
guests will arrive in costume.
Games will be played and re-
freshments will be served.
Miss Ruth Drevitch enter-
tained the members of the
Delta Sigma Tau sorority at
a pajama luncheon bridge
last Sunday at her home in
the Glenn apartments, in
honor of the return to the
city of Miss Pearl Rubin. A
green and white motif was
followed in the color scheme'
that predominated in the dec-
Among the guests present
were the Misses Ida Safer,
Pearl Rubin, Natalie Pallott,
Louise Goldberg, Esther
Wroobel, Shirley Hanson, Re-
becca Weingarten, Mildred
Klein and the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man entertained at dinner
last Sunday night in honor
of Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
of New York city. Only im-
mediate friends of the family
were present.
Mr. Herbert E. Scher and
Mr. Charles Rosengarten re-
turned to Miami this week
after a business trip to New
York city. Returning with
them was Mr. Dan Rosengar-
ten who had been visiting
friends and relatives in Wat-
erbury, Conn., his former
Mr. John Wolf is now in
Washington where he is vis-
iting his many friends and
relatives there.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Small
are now in New York city oil
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university oI miami, ana in
the A. 2. A. Jr. Bnai Brith,
is again out and going to
school though not yet com-
pletely recovered from the
injuries received by aim in
an auto Accident several
weeks ago. Last Friday night
at special services in Beth
David, Milton delivered a
brief but splendid address
outlining the work of the A.
2. A. organization.
The Ladies Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation held one of its
bi-weekly card parties last
Tuesday night at the vestry
rooms of the Synagog when
more than fifteen tables of
bridge were in play. Mrs. I.
Buckstein was awarded tnt
door prize. The highest score
at each table received an in-
dividual prize. At a late hour
refreshments were served.
Hostesses for the evening
were Mrs. B. Marx and Mrs.
Louis Vangilder.
A very important meeting
of the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be held

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A deep sea fishing party
consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Kellman, Miss Ethel
Wax, Miss Muriel Harper,
Miss Sara Bergman, Mr. Sam
Turrock, Mr. Jerome Gruner,
Mr. Sidney Dorf, Mr. Harry
Leibovit, and Captain Augus-
tive was held Sunday. Diving
from the boat was the main
feature of the day.
Morris Dubbin, who was
celebrating his birthday, was
the guest of honor at a de-
lightful dinner given Sunday
evening, by Mrs. Dtibbin. The
house was artistically decor-
ated with ferns, and gladioli
in pastel shades. Mrs. Harry
A. Lee entertained with a
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president, Mrs. Stanley C. While on a combined busi-
Myers; recording secretary, ness and pleasure trip to New
Mrs. Harry Oliphant; cores- York city the auto in f which
ponding secretary, Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wein-
B. Solomon; financial secre- traub and Mrs. Louis Zeients
tary, Mrs. Louis Hayman; and Mrs. Nat Roth, were pas-
treasurer, Mrs. Sol Weinkle; sengers, overturned and Mr.
auditor, Mrs. Sydney L. ntraub sustained a frac-
Weintraub. Three directors turned collar bone and other
to serve a three year term in juries, Mrs. Zeientz, var-
will be chosen at this meet- ious bruises and injuries,
ing. All members are urged while Mrs. Weintraub and
to be on hand promptly. Mrs. Roth were fortunate to
Beth David Sisterhood is escape with slight bruises.
sponsoring a Mother's Day They are expected to return
program fQr Sunday, May 10 to Miami shortly.
between 11 and 12 a. m. *
when the pupils of the Tal- Milton Friedman, the son
mud Torah and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fried-
school will take part. All man of this city and active
mothers are invited. in the collegiate life of the
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next Tuesday pnisg at the
Synagog When ipotaft bus-
iness will be ~ ti Asded. Plans
for the final arrangements
for the picnic to be given for
the children of the Talmud
Torah and Sunday school of
the Congregation at Holly-
wood on May 17, when athle-
tic contests, children's games
and other events will be
staged. Refreshments will be
served to the children.
A very important meeting
of the Senior Chapter of Ha-
dassah will be held Monday,
?Iay llth, at the Robert Clay
Hotel, beginning at 1 p. m.
and will be followed by a gen-
eral meeting of the member.
ship at 2 o'clock, at which
time an election of officers
will be held. All members are
urged to be on hand promptly
and all friends of Hadassal
and visitors are cordially wel-

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number of vocal selections,
playing her own accompani-
Bridge was played and
high score award, a pink sa-
tin handkerchief case, was
presented to Mrs. Ben Wax.,
At the close of the games
an ice course was served by
the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Mary Schrebnick and Mrs.
Jack Barash.
Enjoying tv ng with
Mr. and* i. Dubb were




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Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Lee, The Sisterhood of Beth ted the Ocean
r. and Mrs. Harry Leovit, Israel Congregation held its Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash, annual luncheon and election Ocean for the
Mr. and s. Morris Teler, last Tesday afternoon. The will continue to
Mr. and Mr Ben Wax, Mr. following officers were elec-thesummer
and Mrs. Leo Rader, Mrs. ted: Mrs. Dave Feldman, the summer b
Jack Sneider, Mrs. John W. president; Mis. M Feiga and desire to please
Wolf, Mrs. Salesman, Mrs Mrs. S. Sable, vice presidents; public who
Mary Schrebnick and W. A. Mrs. R. W. Apte, treasurer; meals.
Dubbin of New York. Mrs. L M. Pastroff, corres- Summer price
i ponding secretary. The pro- and for those
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kauf- gram as arranged by Mrs. spend a very pl
man left Thursday morning Sam A. Goldstein was as fol-
for Chicago after spending a lows: Vocal selections by FO
very delightful winter at the Mrs. Harry Halpern, accom-N THE
Lake Court apartments. Mr. panied by Mrs. M. L. Past IN THE
and Mrs. Kaufman have been roff, dance numbers present- STRI
coming here for the past ed by MilesDance Studio and
twentyfive years, holding a talk by the Rabbi, Dr. Carl T]
quite extensive property here. N. Herman. ;

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A meeting of the executive I
board of the Welfare Bureau IB siness Brief
of the Palm Beaches was ______ __
held Sunday morning at the Jack Pallott who has been
Community House, all mem-f _..._ ?
bers being present. Josephperating the Pallott Tire
SMendel, president presided. Company Inc, for the past I
six years since his arrival in
Definite plans are under Miami has just moved to
way for the land-scaping of larger and better equipped
the grounds of Beth Israel headquarters at 2246 N. E.
Temple and for the construc- Second avenue, taking the
tion of an auditorium and corner building next door to
school rooms adjoining the his former location. At the
Temple. This work will be car- present time he is handling
ried out during the summer the Goodrich Silvertown and,
months. allied tires and tubes and has
S*made an enviable reputation
Regular Friday eveningI for efficient and prompt ser-
services are held in Temple vice to his large clientele.
Beth Israel at 8:10 o'clock.
The Temple religious school Joe Zalis opened his new
meets each Sunday morning and enlarged complete gro-
at 10 o'clock with assembly eery, delicatessen and fruit
and service at 11:30. store at 241-245 N. W. Fifth
Th street, yesterday with a corn-
The numerous friends of plete stock of the finest in
These lines.
Designed to serve a large,
Jewish clientele and situated
in the heart of the Jewish
shopping centre of Miami, Joe
has been serving the public
" 1 for the past several years and
SO U 9 because of the increased de-
mands was compelled to ,en-
Slarge and double the space oc-
SThe delicatessen depart-
ment will be in charge of ex-
perienced men and everything
Se.. will be done to insure the
maximum service for the
minimum price.
y To Greet You Mr. B. Silverman well
known communal worker of
Enlarged and Miami Beach who has opera-

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keep open for
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accommodate a few permanent guests at exc
unable rates for room and board.

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i Break the Ring and let
the pepl rule fw a hange
by electing

John W. Harper
A RdMent af Dade Coumty
for Thrty Yeam

City Commission

in the

General Elecion
June 2nd, 1931



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Sunday Evening, May 10th.
at 8 o'clock
Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagog
Addresses by
And Other Prominent Speakers

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the Beach it is
that nothing finer
splendidly cooked foo
beautiful dining room
looking the Ocean, ca i
out and increase the
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Beach. ArrangementI
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desire both room and i
during the summer sa