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The Jewish Floridian ( June 26, 1931 )

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 26, lasj
An Interesting Correspondence
(Continued from Last Week)
Miami. Mm.. Aug. 2, 1924.
My Dear Wife: I have Bent you today
a box of mangoes from Nassau, also a
half a dozen alligator pears from E....
and also two soursaps by parcel post and
hope they will reach you in good shape
and that you and the children will enjoy
when the rest of the folks will make a
Hour face after tasting them.
I am leaving for Nassau tomorrow
morning as 1 wrote you; you can con-
tinue writing me, as I will get all your
letters when I get back.
I am well and hope that my letter will
find you and the children in the best of
health, and lots of kisses and best re-
gards to you and the children.
Your loving husband,
Miami. Fla.. Aug. 8. 1924.
Dear M.: On my return from my trip
to Nassau I found four letters from you,
for which 1 thank you for same. 1 have
a lot to write you in answering your let-
ters but as you don't understand me as
usually 1 will make it short.
First you write me that I., was sick
and then you write me that you are going
to the country where your mother, sister
and the rest of the family is. 1 don't
see how your mother could have left you
by yourself in New York, knowing that
your child was sick, but 1 believe this is
some of your get-ups to blindfold me, as
most time you do, but I will leave this
problem aside as I want you should en-
joy with the children the best way you
can.
I. on my part, had a very pleasant trip
and I enjoyed myself fine. I am glad that
you received my box of home products
and hope you enjoyed same.
Have one thing on your mind and that
is to enjoy yourself with the children as
1 do enjoy here too.
Glad that Mrs. Barrash assisted you
with the professor.
With kindest regards to you and the
children and also kisses to you all, I re-
main,
Your loving husband,
ters from you, one stating that M-----
was sick, one stating that you were cry-
ing to my calling down and this letter you
write that you don't see why 1 wired as
you wrote rae letters right along. I will
not go into arguments with you as most
times you don't understand me while
speaking to you i>ersonally, so how can
you understand me by writing?
You went to New York to have a little
pleasure or recreation, like everybody does,
but unfortunately you met with hardships
and disappointments from different
sources. 1 am here and 1 would like to
hear that you and the children are enjoy-
ing and this was my aim. but if you don't,
it iBn't any of my fault. You are old
enough to take in all pleasures that you
can afford, or time allows you, providing
you and the children are well.
Mrs. BarmBh came yesterday and she
gave me regards from you and also from
the children. 1 hope from now on you
will enjoy to suit yourself.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children. I remain.
Your loving husband,
to mother and others. I am sending you
1,000 kisses which 1 know you will give
back with interest when you come home.
Your loving daddy,
Dear I.... and M....: 1 heard that
you and sister, M..... were sick and I
was awfully sorry but I hope that my
letter will find you and M-----in the best
of health. Take time to write me a few
lines about you and M..... I am sending;
you one thousand kisses to you; you give
them to M.... and the both of you give
them to mamma.
Your loving daddy.
Miami, Florida. Aug. 30. 1924.
My Dear M.: I have just received your
litter of the 27th with a little picture of
you and the children that you took with
the chickens.
You ought to take a picture more closer
to the camera so it would come out clear-
er: never mind the chickens and the
horses.
I have sent you a box today with alli-
gator pears. Spanish limes. Nnssau
grapes, Cuban jelly and Florida limes
which 1 hojie you will receive in good
condition and also enjoy same.
I am glad that you walk plenty which
I know will do you more good than any
thing else.
Everybody in the market saw your pic-
ture and they send their best regards to
yot.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remain.
Your loving husband.
Gait" and also "Yankelle."
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children. I remain.
Your loving husband.
Dear I. and M.: Your little loving let-
ter received and was glad that you are
enjoying with your sister and mother. I
am sending you one thousand kisses and
give it to M___ and let M___ give it
to you and the both of you give it to
mother. Your loving daddy,
Miami. Fla., August 9, 1924.
My Dear M.: 1 have written you yes-
terday letting you know that I returned
from Nassau and it looks like I made my
trip so quick that I have no letter from
you stating that you know that 1 am go-
ing. I have not received any letter from
you today but as you wrote me in your
previous letter that you expect to leave
for the country most any moment. I pre-
sume you left and that your next letter
will be from the country.
1 hope that I..... M.... and yourself
are feeling alright and that you are en-
joying. Try not to give the children
fancy food and don't over-feed them and
if you would take my advice, walk every
day with them, es|ecially in the morning
as exercise is the greatest thing in the
world. Since you left 1 have to do it my-
self and believe me 1 feel 100% better.
1 am clipping 202 jiounds stripiied.
I have some more Nassau products to
send you but as 1 was not sure if this
box would reach you, 1 did not send it.
1 was also fortunate enough to find a
piece of goods in Nassau, the Japanese
colors, and I bought some for you and
the children.
With best regards and kisses to you,
I.... and M..... 1 remain,
Your loving husband and father,
P. S. While you are in the country
write me some news from there and how
the kids like it out there.
Miami, Florida, Aug. 12, 1924.
My Dear Wife: I have wired you today
for an explanation for not having heard
from you. I hope it was due to negligence
on your part.
I hope that everything is alright. At
present I am very worried since you wrote
me that 1___ was sick.
With best regards and kisses to you and
the children, I remain.
Your loving husband,
Miami, Fla., August 19, 1924.
My Dear Wife: I am writing you this
letter with much pleasure knowing that
you are out amongst the 400's in the
Catskills. As yet I have not received any
letters from you, but expect one from
you in a day or two.
Dear M-----, I am enclosing you a
check for J100.00: this does not mean
that you must use this money if you
don't need it: remember that the shirt is
closer to the body than a coat. The rea-
son 1 am sending this money is, in case
you wish to stay any longer in the coun-
try, providing it does you and the chil-
dren good, so you don't have to run home
on account of the money, as 1 would like
while you are there you shall enjoy. 1
also take pleasure to notify you that we
have a very good Yiddeshe Restaurant and
they coo kvery good and I surely enjoy
their meals. The reason I am writing you
this is not to hurry on my account.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remain.
Your loving husband and daddy,
Miami, Florida, Sept 6. 1924.
Dear M.: Today is Saturday and I did
not receive any letter from you. but I
am not worried as 1 know that you and
the children are alright.
I hope you will continue enjoying your-
self and giving the children n good time.
What I have written you about the
money. I did not mean to atop you but I
would hate to think to have to take you
for a sucker. Spend anything on you and
the children as no one ever gave you
anything. I have to work hard for my
money and I want every dolar to go for
a good use, for yourself and the children,
as this is my pleasure to know that you
are spending my money on you and the
children.
When you will be home I will explain
to you in person for the reason 1 wrote
to you about this.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remain,
Your loving husband and father,
Miami. Fla.. July 27, 1926.
Dear M.: Your letter received ta the
first with no date received, which you
call me down for not writing you. This
is a pretty good excuse on your part as
I wrote you almost every day. You men-
tion your mother. I even don't know if
your mother is with you. But what is
the use to argue. You are there lor a
good time. And especially you got your
mother and your children. Don't worry
about nothing enjoy yourself and if you
need any more money. Now you write
me about your mother. What's that got
to do with me? If she wants to go or
stay that is yours and her business. You
went out there for recreation and not
for politics. I cannot write you nothing
as everything you take upside down.
We have rain here every day and the
rest of the day hot.
Hoping my letter will find you mother
and children in best of condition and
that you arc enjoying life. Best regards
and kisses to you and all.
Yours truly.
rain today and I am unable to mt _
and get any. "W
With best regards and kisses tn _
and the children, I remain, ""l,
Your loving husband,
Miami, Florida, Aug. 20. 1924.
My Dear Wife: Today is Thursday and
I have not heard from you yet, but I am
not worried as 1 expect one every day.
1 hope that my letter will find you and
the children in the best of health and
that you are enjoying out there to the
best of your ability.
With best regards to you and the chil-
dren from all and best kisses and re-
gards from me to you and the children, 1
remain.
Your loving husband.
Miami. Florida. Aug. 14. 1924.
My Dear Wife: 1 have received your
telegram in which you state that letter
is on way. but I have not received this
letter yet, but I may receive it this after-
noon.
You got me puzzled by not writing for
such a length of time. I hoiie that every-
thing is alright with you and the chil-
dren and as soon aB I will get your let-
ter 1 will know what the trouble was.
With beat regards and kisses to you
and the children. I remain,
Your loving husband.
Miami. Florida. Aug. 16, 1924.
My Dear M.: I have received two let-
ters from you today with a lota of dope
which don't appeal to me but I hae to
take it for granted in order to keep away
from quareling through the mail. You
are trying to play angel way and you are
very far from it-
Mrs. Barrash got here this morning
with a young man, who called on you
Saturday and they gave me regards from
you and this made me a little easier. I
was trying my beat since you are away
not to dictate you what to do and make
you feel like an independent person, but
I see the last of it, the old saying is. ''A
Nar gait kan olman und kimt fun ol-
man." I will leave all this argument aaide
so you would not have to cry or send me
gome other bull and conduct your busi-
ness to the best of your ability.
Hoping that my letter will find you and
the children in a better condition than
you write me. and I ask I-----to write me
a few words.
With best regards and kisses, I remain,
Your loving husband.
Miami. Florida, Aug. 16. 1924.
My Dear M.: I have received three let-
Miami, Florida. Aug. 29, 1U24.
Mrs. M___ E.....
c-o I. S.....
Mountaindalc. N. Y.
Dear M.: I just received your second
letter which you promised me that you
will write me lots of news, which you did,
but what the news is, 1 don't see, except
you thank God like the Chasidim used to
do in the old country, thank God because
he is a God.
I have just written you a letter and
also informed you that I sent you a box
of fruit- I am glad that you and the chil-
dren are enjoying but don't over-feed
yourself and the children; take plenty of
exercise, like I wrote you in my previous
letters.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, 1 remain.
Your loving husband,
Miami, Florida. Aug. 22. 1924.
Dear M.: 1 have received this morning
the first letter from you and was very
glad to hear that you are enjoying and
also the children, and I am also glad that
the place is just what you want and I
hope it will not disappoint you .1 am also
sending you a box of fruits consisting of
two pineapples, four alligator pears and
some guavas which I hope you will enjoy
with the children.
I am also waiting for your next letter,
which you state that you will write me
some more news.
Now, M..... take a fool's advice, don't
over-feed yourself and the children, better
eat leas and do a lot of walking, as this
will do you more good than anything in
the world.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remain.
Your loving husband,
Miami. Florida. Sept. 8. 1924.
Mrs. M.... E.....
50 Rivington St.
New York.
Dear M.: I have received your letter of
September 4th and the 6th. in which you
write me that you received five letters
from the country from me: if you would
have written me ahead of time I would
have written you to New York instead of
the country, but as you don't figure out
things ahead, it isn't mine fault
I also received your letter of the 6th
in which you call me down for my cool
letter; it is the same story over and over.
You don't take things from the right an-
gle. 1 also wrote you last week when 1
received the pictures, which was Satur-
day, and notified you and thanked you
for same, and I am sending you a copy
of that letter, and if you don't get that
letter, or you did not read it, it isn't my
fault.
I am always backing my statements .-is
when I write I know what I am writing
about, but leave the arguments aside. Cut
the hay while the sun shines.
Enjoy yourself and have a good time.
Best regards and kisses to you and the
children, 1 remain,
Yours truly,
Dear M., Mother and Children:
Today is Sunday and I received your
letter with the check. 1 am glad you got
all the money you want You could keep
the check and bring same with you it
you did not use same. I am also glad
that you realize to spend what you want
and not spend for fooliahneas. 1 am not
telling you even to come but have in
mind that whenever you want to leave
irake reservations for a Pullman as you
know it is hard to get the same day, and
in regard of your mother, you don't write
whether she comes or not Talk over
with her but don t force her. You know
she will have a good home with us for
the balance of her life. You could show
her my letter, but like 1 say don't force
her as this is her benefit not our*. I
am glad you enjoyed the cake and you
had a good time. I am enjoying here,
too, as much aa possible. 1 do not be-
lieve I could come to New York as I
wrote you.
Best regards and kisses to you, mother
and children.
Yours as always,
Best regards from the Kronberg farnj|,
Miami, Florida, August 11. 1924
My Dear W.: Today ia Monday and ,
have not heard from you since ThuraL
I don t know whether you went to
country or you just think that 1 m u
Nassau. I hope either way, but it S
wrong of you aa you wrote me in ...
previous letter that I.... not )JS*
well, so you ought to continue wrifl.1
me. that I would not be worried a. ,
have already the envelopes and the nX
thing you need is a two-cent stamp who-
ever you may be. but I hope I will rt
letter from you tomorrow, with some n
cuse for not writing.
I have no news to write you, but I >Iui
everybody around here is well and the,
all send their regards and I personal^
send my best regards and kisses to S
and the children. "
Your loving husband and father,
Miami, Florida, August 20, 1024
My Dear M.: I have not received any
letter from you yet but aa I said yet-
day. I am expecting one every day that
you and the children are alright I hoM
that you received my letter from yesterdiv
and that you agree with my ideas.
I hope that you and the children
enjoying the beat way possible.
I have no extra news to write you I
and everybody here is alright and wish
to be remembered to you.
IP'S b?nJre**rd" *nd kl" to WM
and the children, I remain,
Your loving husband.
Miami. Florida. Sept 8. 1924.
Dear I----- and M-----: I have received
your letter and I thank you for same.
1 believe you are homesick as the old say-
ing is, 1 like to be everywhere but there's
no place like home.
M..... I thank you for sending me the
picture that you made exactly like me,
only you made the nose a little too wide,
but when you get here I will bite your
nose so it will be flat, too, but the next
time make a picture of somebody else,
not of your daddy.
With best regards and kisses to you,
I.... and M.... ; deliver them to mamma
and mamma will give them to grandma.
Yours truly,
Miami, Florida, Aug. 26, 1924.
My Dear M.: I have received your two
letters of the 22nd and 23rd and you
write me that you received my check. I
am also glad to know that you are not
in need of any money. 1 knew that when
I sent it to you. If you will look over
my letter you will notice that I wrote you
that you don't have to spend it if you
don't need It.
I hope you will enjoy and that you are
enjoying as you write.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remain,
Your loving husband,
Miami, Florida, Aug. 28, 1924.
My Dear M.: I could just imagine how
you feel when Mamma and Sister read my
letters and also answer same, and you,
poor little thing, cannot write yet But
take a piece of paper and write anything
you wish and put it in the envelope which
I am enclosing you and send it to me.
I also hope that you are enjoying your-
aelf and that you are a good girl. Listen
Miami, Fla., September 10, 1924.
My Dear M.: Your letter and also check
for $100.00 received for which I thank you
very much, as 1 am going to make a de-
posit on a home for that money. I did
not intend to have any long correspon-
dence with you as I know where I am
standing with you 600 years ago but you
pressed me to the wall, where I must
talk.
You have gone for your trip like a
lady with plenty of money and clothes aa
your class, not like others with a little
change and expectations to get a few
dollars a week and also knowing that
their husbands will have to mortgage or
borrow somewheres a few dollars.
Now, I wrote you and send you a check
aa soon as I heard you were in the coun-
try, thinking that you will keep the
money or spend it in case you needed it
Now, you are coming back and don't talk
like you ought to, but you threw it on
me like the reason you were only two
weeks there is because you didn't want to
spend the money, but coming to New
York you wired me that coming by train,
I knew what it means, and like a gentle-
man and keeping up my name as J. S.
E..... 1 immediately sent you a check
for another $100.00. Naturally, it hurted
me to see the way you wired such a wrong
thing when you still had money and a
previous check. I can't get anything out
of you legitimately; everything you write
is polished. If I would be a fool you
could have fooled me. in which some in-
stances you do. but nevertheless you know
that I know my customers.
Furthermore, if you wanted to be on
the level and if you did not spend the
money, you could have brought home this
check and any other money which you
had left. I am no stranger to you. You
could have had one million dollars but
you did not have to spend it. You could
have brought it home and now you will
come home with a cross face that you
had to count every nickel you spent, by
which you spent more money than the
majority of your people could put their
hands on.
Now, please buy me the music for pi-
ano, by the name of "Ich Been a Border
by Mine Veib" and also "Der Rebbit
Miami, Florida, July 17, 1924.
Dear M.: Your letter of the 14th re-
ceived in which you write me that you
received my first letter and that it found
you and the children in the best of health
which 1 waB glad to hear same. Also
glad that you were not seasick and as
M.... was seasisck, 1 guess it did her
good aB her stomach wasn't in good con-
dition anyway.
Also glad to notice that I----- is a good
girl and I am very proud of it In re-
gard to M.... being a little cranky, she
may be nervous or excited or the change
of the locality, but just talk to her and
she will calm down as children many
times have a spell the same as grown
people.
I also wrote you a letter yesterday in
regard to going to the country with M....
but as 1 wrote you before you arc there
und you know what is best for you to do.
I am enjoying here the best 1 can with
my wife, Meiaha, and others. I have been
last night with my wife out to Hialeah
to the Hi-Life stag smoke which I was
shaking my one-leg shimmy and surely
had a good time.
I hope that you will enjoy and take in
all you can. With best regards and kisses
to you, the children and all, I remain,
Your loving husband,
Miami, Florida, August 29, 1924.
My Dear M.: Your two letters of the
26th and 26th received and also picture
of you and the children. I am looking it
you and the children while I am writing
this letter. Noticing how fat you got and
good looking besides, but you ought to
take the children more clearly. Never
mind the horses j try to take a clear pic-
ture so I could see how the kids look
With all the exercising I do and pre-
paring to make for you a punching bat,
I am gettir uneasy the way you ani
looking, it may be reversed.
I am glad that you are taking my ad-
vice and take exercise and I know it will
do you good. I am also glad that the
box which I sent you came good, and
that you enjoyed. Now you don't write
if the guavas came good. If they did, I
guess everybody smelled them. Now, to-
morrow is Saturday and if I got any
good pears, I will send you another box.
Everybody was glad to see your picture
and they are predicting that if you stay
any longer there you will be able to fight
Jack Dempsey. Everybody sends their
regards and I send you and the children
best regards and kisses. Anna and her
family also send their best regards.
Your loving husband.
P. S. Everybody sends their regards to
you all. The K----- family also Bends
their regards to you and the children and
wish you a pleasant vacation. Now.don't
let 1.... spend her time with much writ-
ing. Of course, I am glad to receive any-
things she writes but she is too young to
be comiielled to take up her time with
long letters.
Miami. Florida. July 28. 1924.
My Dear Wife: Your letter of the 24th
and 26th received and was more than glad
to hear from you and the children. Glad
that you received the box of mangoes and
also the pigeon peas and it gives me pleas-
ure to know that you had some fun with
the pigeon peas and hope that the kids
enjoyed same although the rest of them
laughed at it
Also received you letter in which you
mention about Mrs. Benjamin. We have
lots of rain at present and I think you
are having it out there, too, because the
weather was very hot the last few days.
Yesterday was Sunday and I only went
to four shows. I would have gone to the
fifth one but I got hungry and went home
as it was raining all day so I could not
go to the beach.
Hoping that my letter will find you and
the children in the best of health and
that you will continue enjoying yourself
as I am here and I know it gives you
pleasure to know that I am having a good
time.
With best regards and kisses to I....
and M----- and the rest also give I...
a thousand kisses and let I.... give them
to M.... and the both of them to you.
Your loving husband,
Best regards from' the Kronberg" fam-
ily. They are all well and hope the same
from you all.
Miami. Florida, August 30, 1924.
,u L.u the 26th in which you write me that you
enjoyed the box I sent you and I am
glad of it I don't worry over you all
after you are in the country. When I did
worry was when you were on Rivington
avenue, corner Eldridge boulevard.
jL". re*ara\to you writing me that you
.ui .."*? Why &* Ket your ittten I
will explain you it home, but in order to
put you a little wise to it so that you
ZUli.'"^.t.,treen in '* 1 w' tell you
Hm.^7' t>t you write ittU:r 3j
time not knowing the condition that only
a certain train picks the mail up and if
you drop a letter after this mail train
passes, then naturally it has to wait for
the next mail train and also it may have
to wait for another connection on the
line. If you shall drop your mail on a
certain time I would get my mail reg-
thta !de.,0U mine' bUt X wl" '*
I am only glad that you are enjoying
and also the children. I waa expecting to
send you some fruit but we have some
Miami, Florida. September 9. 1924.
My Dear M.: I have not received any
letter from you today but I hope every-
thing with you is 0. K., as I know you
arc walking around with the children, es-
pecially with I..... taking her to some
show or cabaret, aa she will enjoy this.
Also take pleasure to inform you that I
and everybody here is in the best of
health, and hope my letter will find you
likewise.
With best regards and kisnee. Iremain,
Your loving, husband,
I
Bent regards from Kronbergs.
Miami, Florida, September 10, 1924.
My Dear M.: Your letter of the 9th re-
ceived and I was more than glad to hear
that you and the children are well aid
that you are enjoying your time. Abo
glad that you received the box and 1 hope
that everything waa satisfactory to you.
Everybody in the market sends their
best regards to you and I, on my part,
send my best regards and kisses to you
and the children.
Your loving husband,
Miami, Florida, September 18. 1924.
My Dear M.: Today is Saturday and I
have not had a letter from you, but I
nope that you and the children are in
the best of health and that you are en-
joying your time.
We had awful weather for the last two
days, and we expected a storm but K
passed us, and the weather ia clearing up.
With beat regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remain.
Your loving husband and father,
Miami, Florida, September 15, 1924.
Dear I.: Your letter received in which
you state that you are not homesick for
Miami but you are homesick for me,
which is very good that you thought that
UD the last minute and I am giving you
credit for knowing how to polish, with
the dictation of your mother.
With best regards and klssea, I remain.
Your loving dad.
I.: Don't annoy mamma on the train,
be a good girl to mother so mamma wont
be worried and by you doing so, M.. wl"
be the same.
Miami. Florida, September 15, 1924.
My Dear M.: Your letter of the 11*
received in which you state that you ar
leaving N. Y. on the 19th and I am ghvl
that you described the train you are le"
ing on. Now I know you will be due hew
on Sunday about 11:40 if the train donl
delay.
I don't have to write you that I will }
to .the train. I don't think that I win
write you any more unleas it is some-
thing important until this letter will reaeh
you Thursday.
Hoping that you will have a pleasant
trip, and with beat regards and kisses to
you and the children, I remain.
Your loving husband.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
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June 26, 1931
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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June 26, 1931
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Vol. IV.--No. XXVI. Miami, Florida, Friday June 26, 1931 Priee, 5 Cents
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By OBSERVERR"
W1ondrerfarl Shops
No other city in the world, un-
less it may be Paris and London,
ean compare with New York for
its shops. One can find tricky lit-
tle clocks might here from the
Swtiss Alps, dried olives from
Greece, which natives of that eoun-
try swear are infinitely better
than the best California queen ol-
ives, Armenian pastries and con-
feetions, shawls from Persia, and
in fact almost everything the
world has to offer in the way of
novelties and luxuries.
Turning the old proverb around,
a woman and her money are soon
parted--if she goes shopping in
New York.

New York Bargains
A half-page advertisement in the
New York Sun the other night of-
fered for sale a necklace at half-
price. The advertisers, a famous
jewelry house, said they were will-
ing to take $46,000 for it. They
also offered a few diamond trifles
around $10,000 or so.
There are lots of real bargains
here if one can afford them .

Theatre Bargains
One good tip for visitors is about
Joe. Leblang's theatre ticket of-
fice, back of Gray's drug store at
Forty-third street and Broadway.
If yo hgeththere a half-hour be-
fore tek teatres openheyou can
aes wr uays ly ap chal rice. Mayb
they will not be for the show you
hav set you hear 11 been f at

sho jut a od.


attrato ta ad been rning
here for months. It just happened
to be one night that the house had
failed to sell out and rather than
!let $100 worth of seats go unsold,
the theatre rushed over a block of
seats to Leblang's and they were
sold over the counter. Joe Le-
blang, who founded this business,
died the other day, leaving a mil-
lion*

Novel Ticket Selling
W77~henever a pair of tickets
comes in that way to Gray's store,
a man on 5 stool in back of the
counter calls out what he has and
the waiting crowd surges forward
and the first~ one to get to him
buys the tickets and darts out for
the show.
As far as we have ever seen,
this town is the only one in the
world that has an establishment
like Gray's.

Where Cherines Bay
MDrhesses thawinar aod at as
for )800 and even more, can be
bought for less than $50 rery of-
ten, And ,they have wonderful~
material in them. Hats are also
something that can be bought for
li#1le money, provided one knows
where to hunt
0114 bt the faveorite districts for


ba~rgins is in maid-tow, rigt oif
the8 theablel part of tonr. Cho-
( Contimiqi on Page Pl#*i)


'Announcements

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 8. W. Third Street
ISA;AC M. WAPNER, Rabbi
The usual Friday evening serv-
ices will begin at 7 o'clock. Bat.
urday ~morning services at 9
o'clock, with the afternoon senrv-
ices at 6:80 o'clock. Sunday school
and Talmud Torah are now on va-
cation due to the absence from
the city of Rabbi Wapner, who is
on his vacation.

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(Conservative)
189 N. W. Third Avenue
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
Services are held daily at 7:80
a. m., with the afternoon and eve-
ning services daily at 7 and 7:15.
On Saturday and Sunday mornings
the services will begin at 8 o'clock,
with the afternoon service on Sat-
urday at 6:30 o'clock.
Talmud Torah classes during
the summer term will be held ev-
ery morning except Saturday
and Sunday from 9 to 12.

~TEMPLE I[SRAEL OF MIAMI
( Re form )
~187 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KCAPLAN, Rabbi
S-ervices at 'Pemple Israel 187
N. E. 19th~ street, Prid~ay evening,
continue throughout the summer
at eight o'clock in Kaplan hall.
It will be a religious service with
an informal presentation of mat-
ters of interest and a discussion
by the members present. Anyone
who has any subject of interest
nobe discses tisoimrited tobpr -
Kaplan, so that ,he may be pre-
11edtospeak onei. elis


Dr. K~aplan will read a paper
written by him which was pub-
lished by Dr. G. Stanley Hall, tor-
mer president of Clark Universi-
ty, "Has thte Mother Religion Any-
thing to Say to Her1 Daughter, the I
Sciences?"

CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
811 Washington Avenue
Miaml Beach
L. AXELROD, Rabbi
The regular Friday evening ser-
vices begin at 7 p. m. and the
Saturday morning services at 9
a. m., with the afternoon services
beginning at 6 p. m. At the
morning services Rabbi Azqlrod
will preach on the portion of the
week.
The regular Sunday school pro-
gram begins at 10 a. m. and will
be continued throughout the year.

Bibles in Schools Approved
NEW YORK.-The appellate dl-
vision of the supreme court has
approved the use of Bibles in the
public schools of this city. The
decision was made in an action


brought by Joseph Lewis, asl press.
ident of the Freethinkersr of Am-
erica, Inc., to prevent the board
of educatoion..firom, cotnrdanin
use of the Bible onthe glroutnd
that state sad re are sep-
arate In this country


Mr. Louis Chisling

Dies At His Home

Mr. Liouis Chisling, owner of
the Miami Jewelry Company and
a long-time resident of Miami,
died suddenly last Saturday after-
noon at his home. He was a na-
tive of Russia and had resided in
Birmingham, Ala., prior to com-
ing to Miami.
He was a member of the local
Bnai Brith lodge, though he also
retained his membership in the
Birmingham lodge. He was also
a Mason and a Shriner and a mem.
ber of the Beth David congrega-
tion.
Rabbi S. M. M\achtel of Beth
David officiated at brief services
in the funeral chapel and a dele-
gation from the Sholem lodge of
Bnai Brith headed by Mr. W. L.
Williams, its president, conducted
the Bnai Brith ritual.
The body was sent to Birminig-
ham for interment, the members
of the family accompanying it.
Sorivn hi r hi wdw a
son, Abr; a da chter 6 iss Ly
Chisling, who is president of the
Junior Council of Jewish Women,
Sand two brothers and two sisters.

IBurial Asstocitn

R el iVes Ch arter

Last Tuesday morning the char-
ter of the Greater Miacmi Jewirsh
ICemetery Association was approv-
led by Judge Paul D. Barns, one
of the circuit court judges of Dade
county.
Representing the association
were Harry I. Lipton and Louis
Heiman. Incorporators of the or-
gani atin are W.EI Wlo ms

rus Aramowi z, E odn, J.


Drewth Mrri sKo koin adH M

A meeting of the organization
's held ng larly every Tuesday
sg~ht. The by-laws of the organ-
baini .r nw beln drafted by
izthecmion e in ch rge
This oganization is composed
lf rersntatives of the Beth
Daviupr Bh Jacob and the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregations
and the Chesed Shel Emes.
The Jewish cemetery at W7ood-
lawn Park is now owned by the
organirstion.h The ta sedithl
Emes S ste hoo 'retie tl o
the section of the Jewish cemetery
which will provide free burial
grounds for the poor.

COMMUNITY CHEST
MEETING IS CALLED

A special membership meeting
of the Miami Community Chest
will take place June 29 at 4 p. m.
on the roof of Burdine's ~de t

mes atnts secr Maryk afthe chest,
has announced. ranbs-
Among items of importn ke
iness will be a pro o al titumon
several changes in te d. ttuio
and by-laws, Mrs. Phlip e hat
Represent tives of al h h


agenierwil invited to be
present at the meeting whicho t ve
slecretary indicated, wHi be ov.
tal importanet to J ra wirth on
and individual ens ed a thbe


Bnai Brith Picnic' Merchant Dies


Of Heart Attack

Samuel 'Waldman, aged 55, a
resident of Miami for the ~past ~1
years, died suddenly last Monday
afternoon as the result of a heart
attack. He was removed to the
hospital, where it was found that
he had died en roulte.
Waldman was active in local af-
fairs some years ago and had
served as vice president of Beth
David Congregation about six
years ago.
The body was shipped to New
York city for interment after brief
funeral services were held at the
Ahern funeral home, in charge of
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, who offici-
ated. He leaves surviving him a
wife and two children who reside
in New York city. .
Waldman was a merchant with
a store on N. Miami avenue. He
also conducted a wholesale milli-
nery establishment for a number
of years and at the time of his
death ran a millinery store on N.
Miami avenue. He was a Mason
and a member of various frater-
nal and charitable societies.


Bnal Brith Lodge

.F0r Palm Beach

The Bnai Brith lodge organized
recently in West Palm Beach will
be permanently. installed and~ the
officers inducted into office Sun-
day, June 28, at 8 p. m. at the
Palm Beach Winter Club in Kel-
sey City. Representatives from
various Bnai Brith lodges from
Jacksonville, Orlando, Daytona
Beach and Miami will be. present
and take part in the ceremonies.
1 finil 1r presenting the ~ga
Jacksonville.




take part in the musical program
that will be presented. All who
will attend are urged to niake res-
ervations -throtagh Mr. Harry
Fleishman or to phone 2-1806.
Samuel A. Goldstein is chairman
of arrangements.
President of the new Bnai Brith
lodge is Mr. oe ~esser, one o
West Palm Beach's prominent at-
torneys and an active participant
in- the communal work of Palm
Beach. More than seventy men.
bers will be initiated. Assisting
the members of the new lodge
have been the Sholem lodge of
Bnai Brith, who is sending a dele-
gation to the ceremonies to be
headed by WI. L. Williams, presi-
dent of the Miami lodge; Rabbi
8. 14 Machtei, William Friedlman
and Harry Freeman, secretary of
the Miami lodge.

Name Change Protested
Much agitation and unfavorable
comment has larise among te

order of the government changing
the name of "Nathan Straus
Boulevard" to "Chancelor Boule-
vatrd." The street was originally
lnamed for the late American phi-
lanthropist, Nathan Sitrat9s. Chan-
sello is now thehigh comrmission,
dr ift Pal~estine. Proests' axe bse


ing sparde to the offiealsl anrd it is
pgi At tll'o~e rit atimae wEl
i~ ii~i~d toP-f temriah.


To Be Gala Event

The Bnal Brith picnic to be held
on Sunday, June 28, at the Fort
Lauderdale Casino will be replete
with action from beginning to end.
All are asked to meet at the Pa-
latial Kosher Restaurant, where
the cavalcade will start, arrange-
ments having been made to pro-
vide transportation for those hav-
ing no ears. Arriving at the pie.
nic grounds, events will begin in
which all may participate. Among
the events to be held during the
day are:
10 a. m. Father and Son race;
10:30, fat man's race; 11, fat la-
dies' race; 11:80, junior foot
races, consisting of 50-yard dash
for boys under 100 pounds and 50-
yard race for girls under 100
pounds; 11:80, senior foot races,
consisting of 100-yard dash for
boys over 100 pounds and a 440-
yard relay race between teams of
four. The hour of 12 to 2 has been
set aside for lunch. At 12:30 the
feature baseball game between the
A. E. A. and Yeddidim Club will
begin and it is expected that much
interest and enthusiasm will be
displayed by those present as a
worthwhile trophy is being pre-
sented by the Bnai Brith to the
winner of this event. In the af-
t...... wat.. ...... wil en ........
the guests. At 2 o'clock junior
events consisting of races for
girls and boge under 12; at 2:30
senior events consisting of races
for boys and girls over 12; at 3,
a greased pole event that should
bring lots of laughs.
STo participate in any of the
athletic events entry must be
made and a registration number
procured. This can be done the
mrrmng of the pieni at the re -
the casino. Prizes will be award-




Refreshments have been provid-
ed for all who will attend and ev-
ery effort will be made to have
all enjoy this Bnal Brith day. Fol-
lowing the close of the day's
events all who desire are invited
to attend the formal installation
of a new Bnai Brith lodge at West
Palm Beach
In charge of the athletic events
during the day is Stanley C. My-
ers. In charge of arrangements is
a committee headed by William
Friedman, Jack Bernstein, J. H.
Beckwith, Phil Somberg and El-
lard Kahn*
-All organizations .as well as all
those unaffiliated with any organ-
ization are urged to attend this
picnic.

Ieral Memorial To Be Held

To crhmerroate the Yahrzeit
of te laemDrmoTheodore Heral, the
fomndeth o polidecal Z onim and

onist movement, the local 2ionists
bav united and wiBl hold a public
mas meeting on Bunday evening,
July 8. The Miami Zionist Dis-
trict, the Mizrrach Zionist organi-
sation, the Senior Badaesah rand
the Janior Hadassah wllh take part
ad Kil provide a program of
an kc in addition to the splendid
apamawho w~in ~ll thi


mePaetin.














THE JEWISH FLOREID)IAN


IAn Iterestilg L,0ITOSDOndence


~LLII


raid to any.af a~~pnd I am unable to rot out

anW te cildrena I re sn,kisst o
Your loving husband,
..........,,nn,
Best regards from the Kronbers famlr
Miaml, Florida, Ausust 11, 1924.
Mr Dear W.: Today is Monday n
have not heard from you since Th and I
I don't know whether you went uto h
country or you just tfhthtk that I i
Nassau. I hope either ams bu i t
wrong le y u asyu wrote me in Poy
previous set hat t.... was not~j~
wel tso on ouh to continue
me, thtI wol not be worried as Pou
have a ready te envelopes and the only
thing you need is a two-cent stamp wher.
ever you may be, but I hope I will set a
letter from you tomorrow, with some ex-
cuse for not writing.
I have no news to write you, but I and
everybody around here Is well and theyr
all send their regards, and I personally
send my best regards and kieees to yoU.
and the children.
Your loving husband and father,


Miami, Florida, August 20, 1021.
My Dear M.: I have not received an
letter from you yet, but se I sidd Pestei.
day. I am expecting one every day that
you and the children are alrinht. I hope
that you received my letter from yesterday
and that you agree with my ideas.
I hope that you and the children are
enjoying the best way possible.
dahve no extr news to write you. I
a every Mr ere is alrlsht and wirsh
t remembr t you.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remain,
Your loving husband,
....................,
Miami, Florida, August `29, 1924.
My Dear M.: Your two letters of the
25th and 26th received and also picture
of you and the children. I am looking at
you and the children while I am writing
this letter. Noticing how fat you got and
good looking besides, but you ought to
take the children more clearly. Never
mind the horses; try to take a clear ple-
ture so I could see how the kids look.
With all the exercising I do and pre
paring to make for you a punching bag,
I am Rettle- uneasy the war you are
looking, it may be reversed.
I am glad that you are taking my ad-
vice and take exercise and I know it will
do you good. I am also glad that the
box which I sent you came good, and
that you enjoyed. Now you don't write
if the guavas came good. If they did, I
guess everybody smelled them. Now, to.
morrow is Saturday and if I got any
good pears, I will send you another box.
Everybody was glad to see your picture
and they are predicting that if you stay
any longer there you will be able to flaht
Jack Dempsey. Everybody sends their
regards and I send you and the children
bamilregardsseanddt kist.Ann arnd her
Your loving husband,

Miami, Florida, September 9, 1924.
My Dear M.: I have not received any
lte rm yoou toda Kut I hopo everg
are walking around with the children,. ee-
peciarlly with I..... taking her to some
s~h!w ke caaret, as ah fwil lny this
and everybody here is in the best of
health, and hope my letter will find you
likewise.
With best regards and kisses. Iremain,
Your loving husband,

Best regards from Krronberrs.

Miami, Florida, September 10l, 1924.
My Dear M.: Your letter of the 9th re-
ceived and I was more than slad to hear
that you and the children are well and
that you are enjoying your time. Also
glad that you received the box and I hope
that everything was satisfactory to you.
Everybody in the market sends their
best regards to you and I, on my part,
send my best regards and kisses to you
and the children.
Your loving husband,


MMia~mer Florida, Septemberuld8, 924d
have not had a letter from you, but I
t pe that you and the children are in
*h best of health and that you are en-
joymsg your time.
We had awful weather for the last two
days, and we expected a storm but it
passed us, and the weather is clearksg up.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remaila
Your oving nasband and father,


Page 2


* ** ** ** ***
Miami, Florida, September 15, 1924.
Dear I.: Your letter received in which
you state that you are not homesick for
Miami but you are homesick for me,
which as very good that you thought that
up the last minute and I am string you
edit for knowing how to pollah, with
t dictation of your mother.
With best regards and kisses, I remain,
Your loving dad,

I.: Don't annoy mamma on the train,
be a good girl to mother so mamma won's
be worried and by you doing so, M.. will
be the same.

Miami, Florida, September 15, 1924.
Mr Dea *. orlte ft4It
received i which You letter thet 1o
leaving N. Y. you th st ate I amona



I don't have to write you that I will be
to the train. I don't thinkr tbst I will

ohn imorm umti thsm ail
Hoping that FOR will have a nleasad
J add Ith cMtde, mi
Your lovn as husbaak

-Pald Adverkseenat.


1 '
:;sB'j


Garit" and also "Yankelle."
With best regards and kisses to you
and the chfl ren, I-rmainusans


Miaml, Fla., July 27, 1925.
Dear M.: Your letter received is the
first with no date received, which you
call me down for not writing you. This
is a pretty good excuse on your part as
I wrote you almost every day. You ment
tion your mother. I even don' kwh i
your mother is with you. Bt heeorat i
the use to argue. You are thr o
good time. And especially you got your
mother ~and your children. Don't worry
about nothing enjoy yourself and if you
need any more money. Now you write
me about your mother. What's that sot
to do with me?' If she wants to goor
stay that is yours and her business. You
went out there for recreation and not
for polities. I cannot write you nothing
as everything you take upside down.
We have rain here every day and the
rest of the day hot.
Hoping my letter will find you mother
and children in best of condition and
that you are enjoying life. Best regards
and kisses to you and all.
Yours truly,


to mother and others. I am sending you
1,000 kisses which I know you will give
back with intYeres whon youd cme home.



Miami, Florida, Aug. 80, 1924.
My Dear M.: I have just received your
letter of the 27th with a little picture of
you and the children that you took with
the chickens.
You ought to take a picture more closer
to the camera so it would come out clear-
er; never mind te chcens and t
horses. .
I have sent you a box today with alls-
gator pears, Spanish limes, Nrassau
grapes, Cubaln jelly and Florida limes
whielfI hope you will receive in good
condition and also enjoy same*
I am glad that you walk plenty which
I know will do you more good than any-
thing else.
Everybody in the market saw your pic-
ture and they send their best regards to
yea.
With best regards and kisses to you
and the children, I remain,
Your loving husband,


(Continued from Last Week)
Miami, Fla., Aug. 2, 1924.
My Dear Wife: I have sent you today
a box of mangoes from Nassau, also a
half a dozen alligator pears from E....
and also two soursaps by parcel poet and
hope they will reach you in good shape
and that you and the children will enjoy
when the rest of the folks will make a
sour face after tasting them.
I am leaving for Nassau tomorrow
morning as I wrote you; you can con-
tinue writing me, as I ,will get all your
letters when I set back.
I am well and hope that mly letter will
find you and the children in the best of
health, and lots of kisses and best re-
gards to you and the children.
Your loving husband,


Miami, Fla., Aug. 8, 1924.
Dear M.: On my return from my trip
to Nassau I found four letters from you,
for which I thank you for same. I have
a lot to write you in answering your let-
ters but as you don't understand me as
usually I will make it short.
First you write me that I.. was sick
and then you write me that you are goins
to the country where your mother, sister
and the rest of the family is. I don't
see how your mother could have left you
by yourself in New York, knowing that
your child was elek, but I believe this is
some of your get-ups to blindfold me, as
most time you do, but I will leave this
problem aside as I want you should en-
joy with the children the best way you
can.
I, on my part, had a very pleasant trip
and I enjoyed myself fine. I am slad that
you received my box of home products i
and hope you enjoyed same.
Have one thing on your mind and that
is to enjoy yourself with the children as
I do enjoy here too.
Glad that Mrs. Barrash assisted you
with the professor.
With kindest regards to you and the t
children and also kisses to you all, I re-d
main,c
Your loving husband, s


Dear I. and M.: Your little loving let-
ter received and was gad tdat you ar
enjos gding oyou oe thousand kisese end a
give it to M.... and let M.... give it hl
to you and the both of you give it to tl
mother. Your loving daddy, tl


Miami, Fla., August 9, 1924.
My Dear M.: I have written you yes'
terday letting you know that I returned
from Nassau and it looks like I made my
trip so quick that I have no letter from
you stating that you know that I am go
ing. I have not received any letter from I
you today but as you wrote me in your n,
f te utnry mot ay moent, 1 pre t
aumeb yur lthndouthat your next letter t
I hope that I..... M.... and yourse It
are feeling alright and that you areden- d,
facng food randndon' o erf hethehi an g,
afyo iwoldm tkee m al vice,thwal oery
as exercise is the greatest thing in the
world. Since you left I have to do it my-
selfmand biev202me pounhl l0p0q better.
I have some more Nassau products to e-
send you but as I was not sure it this Mi
box would reach you, I did not send it
I was also fortunate enough to find a le
piece of goods in Nassau, the Japanese w
colors, and I bought some for you and bi
the children. ye
With best regards and kisses to you, de
I.... and M..... I remain, he
Your loving husband and father*
P. S. While yo are in th a et mtry o
write me some news from there and how d,
the kids like at out there* yr

Miami, Florida, Aug. 12, 1924. le
My Dear Wife: I have wired you today
for an explanation for not having heard al
from you. I hope it was due to negligence
on y pe paht everything is alright. At
pe et lIam very w rkied since you wrote
tihe bes dnregards and kisses to you andt
Your loving husband, B]


Miami, Florida, Aug. 14, 1924. h'
My Dear Wife: I have received your sf
telegram in which you state that letter t
is on way, but I have not received this s'
letter yet, but I may receive it this after, W
noon.
You got me puzz~led by not writing for w
such a length of time. I hope that every-i sc
thing is alright with you and the chil-
dre anI 11 soon at I wilitre ourd oe .
With best regards and kisses to you w
and the children, I remain, th
Your loving husband'


ters from you, one stating that M....
was sick, one stating that you were ery-
ing to my calling down and this letter you
write that you don't see why I: wired as
you wrote me letters right along. I will
not go into arguments with you as most
times you don't understand me while
speaking to you personally, so .how can
you understand me by writing?
You went to New York to have a little
pleasure or recreation, like everybody does,
but unfortunately you met with hardships
and disappointments from different
sources. I am here and I would like to
hear that you and the children are enjoy.
ing and this was my aim, but if you don't,
it snt nyofmy al.Yu reod
enough to take in all pleasures that you
can afford, or time allows you, providing
you and the children are well.
Mrs. Barrash came yesterday and she
gave me regards from you and also from
the children. I hope from now on you
wi ejoy to suit yours lf.ksetoou
and th hbildr rn I r m in


Yourlovng usbnd*Miami, Florida, Sept. 6, 1924.
'' '" *** ** ** ** Dear M.: Today is Saturday and I did
Dear I.... and M....: I heard that not receive any letter from you, but I
you and sister, M..... were sick and I am not worried as I know that you and
was awfully sorry but I hope that my the children are alright.
letter will find you and Mi.... in the best I hope you will continue enjoying your.
of health. Take time to write me a few self and giving the children a good time,
lines about you and Md..... I am sending What I have written you about the
you one thousand kieses to you: you give money, I did not mean to stop you but I
them to M.... and the both of you give would hate to, think to have to take you
them to mamma. for a sucker. Spend anything on you and
Your loving daddy, the children as no one ever gave you
.. .. ...'... .. anything. I have to work hard for my
money and I want every dolar to go for
a good use, for yourself and the children,
Miami, Fla., August 19, 1924 sti l ypesuet nw htyu
My Dear Wife: I am writing you this are spending my money on you and the
letter with much pleasure knowing that children.
you are out amongst the 400's in the Whien you will be home I will explain
Catakills. As yet I have not received any to you in person for the reason I wrote
letters from you, but expect one from to you about this.
you in a day or two. With best regards and kisses to you
Dear M...., I am enclosing you a and the children, I remain,
check for $100.00; this does not mean Your loving husband and father,
;hat you must use this money if you........ ...........
lon't need it; remember that the shirt is
ol ser to the bodyv than a co~t. The e-


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;on I am sending this money is, in case
rou wish to stay any longer in the coun-
ry, providing it does you and the chil-
Iren good, so you don't have to run home
In account of the money, as I would like
rhile you are there you shall enjoy. I
lso take pleasure to notify you that we
ave a very good Yiddeshe Restaurant and
hey coo kvery good and I surely enjor
heir meals. The reason I am writing you
his is not to hurry on my account.
With best regards and kisses to you
nd the children, I remain*
Your loving husband and daddy,


Miami, Florida, Aug. 20, 1924*
My Dear Wife: Today is Thursday and
have not heard from you yet, but I am
ot worried as I expect one every day.
ttop ilhat my ltter willofinh ao and
m on are a loi ng out there to the

With best regards to you and the chil-
ren from all and best kisses and re-
ards from me to you and the children, I
mn, Your loving husband'



r.M Miami, Florida, Aug. 29, 19r24.
*rs *.. *
o I. S..
Lountaindale, N. Y.
Dear M.: I just received your second
!tter which you promised me that you
~ill write me lots of news, which you did,
ut what the news is, I don't see, except
ou thank God like the Chasidim used to
o in the old country, thank God because
e is a God.
I have just written you a letter and
lso informed you that I sent you a box
f fruit. I am glad that you and the chil-
ren are enjoying but don't over-feed
ourself and the children: take plenty of
exercise, like I wrote you in my previon
!tters.
With best regards and kisses to you
nd the children, I remain,
Your loving husband,


Miami, Floia Aug. 22, 1924.
hlear M.le r ha eo received tis morning
lad to hear that you are enjoying and
lso the children, and I am also glad that
re place is just what you want and I
ope it will not disappoint you .I am also
ending you a box of fruits constisting of
wo. p qeapples, four alligator pears and
omh'uve thcidhich I hope you will enjoy
it te chrn.
I am also waiting for your next letter,
hich you state that you will write me
ome more news.
Now, M. .. take a fool's advice, don't
ver fess a n Ief and te ea% drn,a a te
ill do you more good than anything in
re world.
With best regards and kisses to you
nd the children, I remain,
Your loving husband,


Miami, Florida, Aug. 26, 1924.
My Dear M.: I have received your two
tters of the 22nd and 28rd and you
rite me that you received my cheek. I
m also glad to know that you are not
Need of any money. I knew that when
sent it to you. If you will look over
ly letter you will nottee that I wrote you
ast you don't have to spend it if you
don't need It,
I hope you will enjoy and that you are
joying as you write.
nit bes rad and kisses to you



Miaml, Florida, Aug. 28, 1924.

w ..m .= =1dMam a adu sie read m



am enolosing you and send It to me.
I also hpem that you are enjoylag year.
llf sad that you are a sood girL. Lsten


Dear M., Mother and lde
Today is Sunday and I received your
letter with the check. I am glad you set
all1 the money you want. You could keep
the check and bring same with you if
you did not use same. I am also slad
that you realize to spend what you want
and not spend for foolishness. I am not
telling you even to come but have in
mind that whenever you want to leave
make reservations for a Pullman as you
know it is hard to get the same day, and
in regard of your mother, you don't write
whether she comes or not. Talk over
with her but don t force her. You know
she will have a good home with us for
the balance of her life. You could show
her my letter, but like I say don't force
her as this is her benefit, not ours. I
am glad you enjoyed the cake and you
had a good time. I am enjoying here,
too, as much as possible. I do not be-
lieve I could come to New 'kork as I
wrote you.
Best regards and kisses to you, mother
and children.
Yours as always,


Miami, Florida, Sept. 8, 1924.
Mrs. M.... E.....
50 Rivington St.,
New York.
Dear M.: I have received your letter of
September 4th and the 5th, in which you
write me that you received five letters
from the country from me; if you would
have written me ahead of time I would
have written you to New York instead of
the country, but as you don't figure out
things ahead, it isn't mine fault.
I also received your letter of the 5th
in which you call me down for my cool
letter; it is the same story over and over.
You don't take things from the right an-
gle. I also wrote you last week when I
received the pictures, which was Satur-
day, and notified you and thanked you
for same, and I am sending you a copy
of that letter, and if you don't get that
fett r, or you did not read it, it isn't my
I am always backing my statements as
when I write I know what I am writing
about, but leave the arguments aside. Cut
the hay while the sun shines.
Enjoy yourself and have a good time.
ch est regarrdemannd kisses to you and the
children, ~ I ean
Yours truly,


Miami, Florida, Sept. 8, 1924.
Dear I.... and M....: I have received
your letter and I thank you for same.
I believe you are homesick as the old say-
ing is, I like to be everywhere but there's
no place like home.
t... I & n you f sen ing me the
p cure tdatyou made exactly like me.
but whe nou ae ale wle bit yodu
nose so it will be flat, too, but the next
time make a picture of somebody else,
not of your. daddy.
With besat rads ad kise toy
I.. and M regardelivan thises to you,
and mamma will giveetheem to mramman
Yours truly,


Miami, Fla., September 10, 1924.
My Dear M.: Your letter and also cheek
$o 100.00 r e eedmfor which olthnm y

not intend to have any long correspon-
dence with you as I know where I am
standing with you 500 years ago but you
pressed me to the wall, where I must
talk.
You have gone for your trip like a
lady with plenty of money and clothes as
your class, not like other with a little
change and expectations to get a few
dollars a week and also knowing that
their husbands will have to mortgage or
borrow somewhere a few dollars.

as soon as I eard ya wee in tha co
try, thinking that you will keep the
money or spend it in case you needed it
Now, you are coming back and don't talk
like you ought to, but you threw it on
me like the reason you were only two
weeks there is because you didn't want to
spend the money, but coming to New
York you wired me that coming by train,
I knew what it means, and like a gentle-
man and keeping up my name as J. B.
E. .., I immediately sent you a cheek
for another $100.00. Naturally, it hurted
me to see the way you wired such a wrong
thins when you still had money and a
previous cheek. I can't set anything out
of you legitimately; everything you write
is polished. If I would be a fool you
could have tooled me, in which some In-
stances you do, but nevertheless you know
that I know my customers.


ahc an an othe adn w ih yo
had left. I am no stranger to you. You
could have had one million dollars but
you did not have to spend it. You could

soe hom eheh mes fac t,9t y
which you spent more money than the


Now, please buy me the muste for i-
ano, by the name of "leh Been a Bo r e
by Mine Velb" and aslo "Der Rebbit


Miami, Florida, July 17, 1924.
Dear M.: Your letter of the 14th re-
ceived in which you write me that you
received my first letter and that it found
you and the children in the best of health
which I was glad to hear same. Also
glad that you were not seasick and as
M.... was seasisek, I guess it did her
good as her stomach wasn't in good con-
dlition anyway.
Also glad to notice that I,... is a good
girl and I am very proud of it. In re.
gard to M.... being a little cranky, she
may be nervous or excited or the change
of the locality, but just talk to her and
she will calm down as children many
tines have a spell the same as grown

I also wrote you a letter yesterday in
regard to going' to the country with M....
but as I wrote you before you are there
and you know what is best for you to do.
I am enjoying here the best I can with
mt wie htihlea, and oter I havei h e
to the Hi-Life stag smoke which I was
shaking my one-leg shimmy and surely
ha hope hat mu will enjoy and take in
all you can. With best regards and kisses
to you, the children and all, I remain,
Your loving husband,

P. S. Everybody sends their regards to
you all. The K.... family also sends
their regards to you and the children and
wish you a pleasant vacation. Now~don't
let 1.... spend her time with much writ-
asO 0 course, I m gad to receive an -
beng lhwited u sei to o takn t
10 com ~led t ae up her time with
lng letre,

Miami, Florida, July 28, 1924.
My Dear Wife: Your letter of the 24th
an 2t received and was more than glad
to hear from you and the children. Glad
als the pigo pea nd t givesm pland
uhe to know that you had some fun with
on oyp name Ithonudh toe rhs ef the

mls nre e Mosu le jra in w ch hyou
lots of rain at present and I think ave
are having it out there, too, because the
weather was very hot the last few da s
Yesterday was Sunday and I only wer
to four shows. I would have gone to the
fifth one but I got hungry and went home
as it was raining all day so I could not
go to the beach.
Hoping that my letter will find you and
the children in the best of health and
that you will continue enjoying yourself
as I am here and I know it gives you
pleasure to know that I am having a sood
With best regards and kiesee to I....
and M.... and the rest also give I....
a thousand kisses and let I.... give them
to M.... and the both of them to you.
Your loving husband,
Best "'
i.Thregards from the Kronbers fam-
lrom Tey are all well and hope the same
frmyou a l

Miami, Florida. August SOl, 1924.
My Dear M.: Received your letter of
the 26th in which you write me that you
enjoyed the box I sent you and I am
glad of it. I don't worry over you all
after you are In the country. When I did
worry was when you were on Rivington
avenue, corner Eldridge boulevard.
dIn regard to you writing me that. you
don't see why I don't get your letters I

wud n tob re in a 1t iltl y u

time not knowins the condition that only
a certsmn train picks the mail up and if
you droD a letter after this mail train

ta3 hex maltn and attoitnqa hav
oine i tyou shall drop Your mail on a


I ma only slad that yo mejyn
and also the children. I muarctn as
send you some trait but we have seplpe


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Miami, Florida, Aug. 15, 1924.
My Dear M.: I have received two let.
ters from you today with a lots of dope
which don't appeal to me but I hare to
take it for granted in order to keep away
from quareling through the mail. You
are trying to play angel way and you are
very far from it
Mre. Barrash got here this morning
with young man, who called on you
Saturday and they gave me regards from
you and this made me a little easier. I
was trying my best since you are aware
not to dictate you what to do and make
YOU feel like an independent person, but


abo yo ol o al aba c o ed m
some other bull and condnet your bust-
nees to the best of your ability.
Hoping that my letter will find ron and


With best rewards and kisses, I remain,
Your tovn h rbnd ""


Miaml, Florida, Aus. 18, 1924.
My Dear M.: I have received three lb.


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J(1-N JCE AINE.S.M.D.
FondLoveMr isse mus be My readers may possibly wonder why I am so freqluent-
ged ing patr sour slaps have ly denouncing the six o'clock dinner; this, when so many of
weaene ino pts our foremost citizens indulge the feast as a sort of triumph
Some Baby--I know-PIm tired. of civilization

Mrs. Snapper-PIm so mad I longest)1ive mo bse tuhys wo a dae henart ylem faitnedtr
could qu t speaking to you. and who do not load the digestive tract at the evening meal.
Mr. Snapper-Then get just a (2) From a study of vital statistics, I find that six
'little bit madder, will you? o'clock dinner devotees succumb to "heart disease"' or cere-
........... .bral hemorrhage, never later than the middle sixties. These
roAngu -What makes this auto are city dwellers, who are too busy to eat necessary meals
Sand-It' a lymoth. until the day's business is done.
Sand--Its a lymoth.(3) If I were to inject the expressed juice of the average`
New teng-Sarpeig caledsix o'clock dinner into a patient's veins, I feel sure that I
abou St hs count halish mornin would kill him instantly! Well---the six o'clock glutton gets
Dbunn-Bracown-An yous told im those juices into his veins more slowly, hence he is slower
Idjust lft orn-n E ourope? hi about dying of "heart disease" than he'd be with intravenous
Nwo dtStenog-Yes,iland t~h injec (n.The tired body--the tired, half-exhausted nervous
o system cannot supply the necessary gastric and pancreatic
n on. fluids to digest a heavy six o'clock feed; hence the juices of
the "gorge" are taken into the system by absorption, and
The girl chum says that her idea in a shape that cannot be utilized in the repair of bodily
of a real conversationalist is some tire---not all, nor half of it can be said to be fit.
one who could make a talk about (5) Hence, it is carried with the blood current, an active
the weather interesting, but never poison, unfit for the human systemic repair. Hence the eater
has to. does not want breakfast next morning--has a feeble appetite
at noon---but is ready for. the disappointing: over-feed at
I wouldn't try the following six o'clock. The very arteries of~the heart be-
To sing a song, come poisoned slowly. ~The vessels of the brain give way in
If I held my their walls. Short breath and apoplectic symptoms develop
Halfnots to lng. slowly, insidiously. They finally kill.
I think that I (6) Any thinking physician, if he will observe carefully,
Would wear a fez, cannot fail to agree with me. Lastly, if I want to have a
If I had hair groggy, heavy, indolent feeling tomorrow, I will stuff mly
.Like Lupe Veles. carcass with a six o'clock dinner tonight, at the church din-
ner that I am billed to attend.


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FID AMEDIUMSF~ ANj)cIrliaf WAMI R :


SLOWLY BUT SURELY
Just a little more than a year
ago The Jewish Floridian called
the attention of the Jewish public
to the need for a more active par-
ticipation in the affairs of Chesed
Shel Emes. We said then, as we
sayno .any institution which
the public is asked to support
must be governed by the public.
.-Founders deserve credit -for
the splendid work they have ac-
complished .. they should be
Given their just due. The wish of
the public, however, is, and shouhi
at all times be, paramount to the
wish of the individual. It took
about a year for this idea to per-
meate the minds of the leaders and
the general public, Thank Hea-
ven .. it has been accomplished.
Today the work of the Chesed
Shel Emes has been properly sys.
tematized with~the chartering
of the Greater Miami Jewish Cem-
btery Association, a new era in
the affairs of the Greater Miami
Jewry i's signalized. Those for-
blmerly fees may now join in the
good work of the association. All
will be taken care of. No more
yours and mine .. today, all is
ours. The interests of the indi-
vidual congregations are proteet-
ed, and so are those of the general
public. All those who helped to
complete this achievement deserve
to be congratulated.
However, one good turn de-
serves another. Locally, we are
watching the Bnai Brith. Nation-
ally and~ internationally it has im-
printed its mark indelibly on the [
annals of history. Its anti-defa-
mation league, its H~illel Foundai
tion, its work in Mexico, are all
too well known to need comment-
ing upon. Much good can be ae-
complishe'd in this section by the
ihle morg ,tie MsWiami Bhnai r
b -delighted if its membership un-
~Ake present leadership suc- r
eeeds in doing locally what the or- ~
der has done nationally.
What wfill Miami Jewry do re- r
carding the Free Loan 8oelety? -
&- Thousands o~f dollars were rais- f
5-ed several years ago. Loans were
made to many individuals. No
charges were made. Everything ~
was done gratis. What, we ask, il
has happened to all these funmds?
Why no meetings ? Does the or- h
ganization belong to one or two
individuals ? At a time like this
wheil free loans are necessary l
why cannot the pubtle at large, ~
which has contributed to this b
splendid cause, benefit by its
proper admrinistrartion7 Why have w
no meetings been called or held I
for nearly two years? What hap-l *
opened to the funds that weeo
hand? Have any money seen
ollectedp T
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thi yeu are not going to Paris
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didn't go to last year "'

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Mrs. Smith 'ow 'er~ ele~ man's get-~
tin" on, and orl 'er sed woz, 'E's
out of order.' Does 'er mean 'e's
bad 1,,
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There have been many serious conferences in ths year
of tough business, and recently I attended one of them
The problem was whether a certain industry, which waes
encountering difficulties, could be kept gomng. Three men
spoke; their remarks were about as follows:
First Man: Conditions are much worse than anybody is
willing to admit. Car loadings are off; steel production is-
flat; the automobile industry is on its back; every business
barometer points down. You can argue that the country
has faced the same situation before and has come through.
But this is different. Now America is a world power, Ide-
pendent on world markets. Wherever you look in the world
you see nothing but trouble. I think that any enterprise
which is losing money ought to be stopped. We are not' jus-
tified in taking chances.
Second Man: I wouldn't go as far as the first speaker.
Things are undeniably had and may get worse, but I do not
think we are justified mn assuming that the world is going
busted. What we need is plenty of time to get all the facts
and talk them over and be sure we are right. I suggest we
appoint a COmmittee, and then we can meet again in a couple"

of Whd Malav I otheeree wt vr.ything that has been
said. This depression isn't different from a hundred others
that have preceded it. Always people lose hope just when
.the turn is about to come. Always it is argued that "condii-
tions this time are different." I do not see that we shall
gain anything b~y appointing committees or delaaying action.
What we need is not more facts but more guts. I am in.
favor of gomng to work right now to pull this business
through.~
M--jien divide themselves into different classifications
Which are called by various names. There are the optimists
who are consistently hopeful and the pessimists who always
fear the worst.
There are what the psychologists term the "introverts, -
those whose eyes are turned mnward, the brooders, the hypo-
condriacs, th'e mystles; and the "extravert~s,' whose vision
is outward and forward.
In good days it is not so0 easy to distinguish, but these
past few months have been a testing time. They have di-
Vided all men into three great groups:
The Defeatists--who say conditions are different; it:
can't be done.
The Debaters--who say, let us appoitit a eqminissiqn
and adjourn until another time. '
The Doers--who say, let us pick out t proi-
lems and hit it first.
]ach of us falls into, one or the oM
In which one are you?


They tell me this is all lill so
When a solu ion wou fn ;
Engendering a worse confusion
In my sore-perplexed mind.
I ask first one, and then another-
I do but in a circle go;
Unstable is your doctrine, brother;
You from illusion reason so.
And if you speak from your illu-
ston,
How shall your reason lead you
right tc heete
We is te eo tc, whr h

That ligt the darkness of your
night t
Ir[ll take this life, as fact of factors
And think from this beginning
through;
FI' see its acts, in all its actors,
:j Leaving illusion, friend, to you.

An aviator was married last
week while piloting a plane at a
height of 8,000 feet above Luding-
ton. The sea is passe. What young
couplesl launch out on now is the
stratosphere of matrimony.

A hypocrite is the meanest thing
that crawls.

A proud woman, like a hand or-
gan, is full of airs.

Just when a girl thinks she is
marrying happily all her relations
shed tears.

White lie require a great. deal
of whitewashinlg to keep them
from turalag black.


i easier to cultivate a girl's
~fti tion than her voice.


$ i
at


ieJunior some candy.
mhehe may get sick
Much sweet stuff*


Sl-Now, D~orfs, when I get
a = hat like I like to wear it

o etinly, dear, but don't
ye nkit's nice to have me get
aw sports on how it looks?

were married some years
al June 14. "Doh's' you know
srt day it is?" sihe asked late
S."Why, er--y~Zs-," he
brightly. "It's Flag Day
Swe forgot to put up our


ie-Who was that chap that
booby prize in the guess-
ntest at your party T
oinette--That fellow? Oh,
the weather man,

zel-msorry that my en-
ets prevent my attending
charity concert but I shank
thyou in spirit.
ito-Spendd!And where
you like your spirit to sit7
tickets for two, three and


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f~ is on the rocks ?
rone- -N. What was he
to jail forT


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and Mrs.% 8. Myers. Reservations IMr. Nathan Ideman re
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SOCIETY



The A. E. A. (Junior Bnai ner of the prize. After the games
Brith) organization, at its meet- were played delightful refresh-
ing held last Thursday night at ments were served.
Kaplan Ball, elected its. advisory -
board and sponsor. On the advis- The Junior Council of Jewish
ory board are Messrs. I. Le~vin, 'Women is sponsoring a benefit
William Friedman and Jack Bern-J bridge at the home of the Misses
stein. Mr. Stanley C. Myers was Sylvia and Millie Dreisen, 823 8.
chosen sponsor. jW. Fourth street, Tuesday eve-
Next Sunday the club's ball thing June 30, at 8 o'clock. Ad-
team will play the Yeddidim Club mission will be fifty cents. Prizes
at the Bnai Brith picnic for a will be given for high score and
~trophy. The winner of this trophy refreshments will be served. The
for two successive years will be- public is cordially invited to at-
come its permanent owner. On Itend.
Thursday night, July 9, the club -
will hold an open meeting and all Mr. and Mrs. Sam Futterfass f
Jewish boys from 16 to 21 years Coconut Grove entertained a num-
old are invited to. attend and see her of friends at dinner last Sun-
the work of the organization. A day afternoon. Among those pres-
very interesting program of en- ent were Dr. Charles Tannenbaum,
tertainment is being arranged for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feldman,
this open meeting and all are Mr. H. M. Drewitch, Mrs. Sam
urged to attend. Tannenhaum, Mrs. Ida Buckstein
~and Mrs. L. Grossman. After din-
The picnic of the Woman's Club ner, bridge was enjoyed.
of the Workmen's Circle, which -
was held at Sunny Isles Casino Rabbi Isane M. Wapner of the
last Sunday, was an outstanding) Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
success. Dinner was served all day tion left by bus for Akron, Ohio,
long, keeping the committee work. where he was formerly rabbi, and
ing hard until the close of the day. will spend about two weeks there.
Several hundred guests attended.( He will then go to New York eity,
Trhe proceeds will be used for the and will return to Miami by Aug-
purpose of providing means for the a st 1.
reopening of the Arbeiter Ring -
Schule. The thanks of those in The wedding nuptials of Misa
charge are extended to all Miam- Sarah Mayerowitz to Mr. Neal
ians who attended and particularly Sarasohn was solemnized last Sun-
ly to those who made donations.la afteraoo sat t hme of th

As we are going to press a very street, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei
important meeting of the Miami of Beth David Congregation offi-
Jewish Congregation and the La- citing. The bride, who is the
dies' Auxiliary is being held in daughter of 1Mr. and Mrs. Max '
the vestry rooms of the synagog.l Mayerowitz, is a native of Bir-
Plans for the summer work of the mingham, Ala., and has been a
organizations as well as prepara- resident of Miami for several
tions for the High Holidays are years. The groom is the son of
being discussed. Announcement of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sarasohn, also
plans will be ma~dd in next week's of Birmingham, Ala., where he is
issue of the paper. associated with his father in the
dry goods business.
Mrs. M. Pritzker will leave to- The bride was attired in a pink i
night by the Florida East Coast chiffon gown and carried a cor- i
railway for New York city, Hart- sage of pink roses. The bride's
ford and New Haven, Conn., where mother wore a rose chiffon gown,
she will spend about two months while the bridegroom's mother
visiting her children, relatives and wore a black and white chiffon.
friends. As the bride approached the can-
.......--opy upon the arms of her father
Nathan Levitt, accompanied by and mother, Miss Frances Lewis
his brother, William Levitt, and sang "At Dawning," accompanied
Messrs. Aaron Seligman and Phil by Miss Sylvia Farr on the violin.
~Epstein, students of `Emory Uni- The home was beautifully deco-
verrsity and Georgia Tech, motored rated for the event. After the cer-
north this week for Atlanta, Ga. emony a buffet luncheon was
Mr. Nathan Levitt will continue served to more than fifty guests t
on and visit in South Carolina and who attended. The couple left for
points in Georgia, returning home la wedding trip by motor to points
in about two weeks. north. They will make their home
~in Birmingham.
The first of the Happy Hour----
parties sponsored by the local Mrs. Michael Arnold entertained
chapter of Junior Hadassah was at bridge Wednesday afternoon for
held last Monday evening at the the benefit of the Beth David Sis- T
home of Miss Gertrudie Goldmatn, terhood. Prizes were given for high
Immediately followiing the busi- score and refreshments were serv.
ness meeting, bridge was played. ed. Assisting Mrs. Arnold wterb
Miss Sylvia Rayvis was the win- M~rs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. Morris
Dubler and Mrs. Isidor Cohen.


DELANEY & BEERS I--'"
The meeting of the Junior Couln- I
Coane el Wk rt~lts il of Jewish Women scheduled for
50%sris WOff o n d AlAaeur Workrit last Tuesday night was] postponed
because of the death of Mr. Louris
884 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone s2sass Chisling, father of Miss Lillian
Chilling, president of the organi-
sation.


1Temple Israe Ssterzhood will
OEsponsor a card party at the gar-
dens of the Granada Apartments
~elaon Tuesday afternoon, June 30,
at 2 o'clock. Mrs. A. M. Cohen,
Satify Yur Tste Mrs. L. WNoltson and Mrs. B. Pred
will be the hostesses. They will be


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are now located in their ne
2152 S. W. Sixteenth
where they will be at hce
their many friends.

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Ar
entertained last Tuesday nilt
ofe r. Senan a~h home in
winter residents of Miam,
will leave for their New
home next Sunday. Bridge
played and prizes were give
freshments were served during


Panam )~t


Mrs. S. Roudenbush entertained

recently in honor of her mother BIC
Mrs. Carrie Miller, who reached
her seventy-sixth birthday anni-
versay TMeoe S ana 10 mebr
of which Merse. Miller is ch re

was d crteh wit gart n e ow
reip ent of man gfts. wilton
Percival was in charge of the mu-
.,/a prog a.
Miss Selma Spoont, daughter ~f
Mra and Mtrs. B. Spoont of Mias
Berkshire for Philadelphia. She
will spend the summer in Atlan-
tic City and return to Philadelphia
in September to resume her
studies at Temple University.

Mr. Jack Adelman, a m r of
the firm of the Adelman Pipe and

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visit his parenII C ,1 r

Mr. and Mrs. Julius
left Tues ay, fo Hndr
their children, fr Hne
N. C., for thei'llsummer
Mr. Simpson willrtr
part of next week.

Final preparations are;
made for the gala dance
sponsored by the Junior
sah, which will be held od
ter's Pier, Miami Beach, ol
5. Arrangements are in rj
of a committee headed byl
Belle Wesson.

On Tuesday, July 14, MYrd
lam Mechlowitz and Mrsl
Kupferstein will be joint ho(
in the third of a series of
parties being given for the~
fit of the Ladies' Auxiliary~
Miami Jewish Orthodox C
gation. Prizes will be gliv
high score and refr~eshmerr1
be served.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Lutzky 1
con, Ga., are visiting Mr. ar@
Sol Lutzky of the Mayfieldta
apartments, Miami Beacki
will remain here for a shorti


Beth D~av'id Sisterhood will
sponsor a congregational supper
to be followed by bridge at the
Talmud Torah Hall on Wednes-
day evening, July 1. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs. Lew-
is Brown, the president. Prizes
will be given for high score. A
splendid musical program will be
presented during the evening.

Jack Bernstein, popular in Bnai
Brith circles, who was injured to.
gether with his daughter in an au-
tomobile collision last Friday eve-
ning when his car collided with
that of Chief of Detectives Sear-
boro, is recovering from the mn-
juries sustained.

An important meeting of the
Senior Chapter of Hadassah will
be held on Monday afternoon,
June 29, at the Robert Clay Ho-
tel, beginning at 3 o'clock. The
summer program of the organiza-
tion will be discussed. All mem-
bers are urged to be on hand
promptly.

The Junior Hadassah will hold
a big dance at Carter's Pier, Mi-
ami Beach, on Sunday evening,
July 5. In charge of arrangements


as a committee headed by Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Ron
Mannie Wesson


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as chairman of ways and means.
Reservations may be made by call-
ing any member of the commit-

ia'I'The c argeg r tenspder i


At the meeting of the Dade
County Council of Parents' and
Teachers' Association a letter was
macived fm Miss Frances Hayes,


bokcm ilpraisinDitric le3 b
Mrs. He vers Schwartz. Mrs
Schwarts, ha ee acive in P.

mer president of the Council of
Jewish Women. She is now pub-
licity director for the Beth David
Sisterhood and the Council of
Jewish Women.

Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. K~aplan
are making their home for the

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WEST PALM BEACH
ACTWIVTIES

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rosenwald
arrived here Wednesday from
Springfield, Mass., having been
called to the bedside of Mr. Rosen-
wld's mother, Mrs. Julia Rosen-
.....d.

Friends of Mrs. Julia Rosen-
wald of 925 Upland road will be
glad to learn that she is greatly
improving from a severe sick
spell last Monday evening.

A joint meeting of the Beth El
Sisterhood and Congregation was
held Tuesday night at the Com-
munity House on West Seventh
street. The meeting was called
for the purpose of discussing the
possibility of obtaining a rabbi
for the high holidays and perma-
nently. Mrs. Samuel Schutzer
was hostess*


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Fur searts for $15 are plentiful
and other furs are accordingly
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dkil o iery sop gil inN

That they have to skimp on their
food to pay for the finery goes
without saying, but they get them
and look really smart in them, un-
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a woman who is expensively gown-
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If someone led a Percheron
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more excitement than if he towed
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taki. y et al hrt ek oseenin
and the fine saddlers one sees
along the numerous bridle paths
in city parks.
A good saddle horse can cost
anything up to $1,500 without be-
ing a blue ribbon winner or the
possessor of a long pedigree. The
same horse would have cost Gen-
eral Grant about $150 while Pres-
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ti. ad IrM e lorris BaM e,
loe n ounced the impending
have ann of their daughter, Edna,
oMarriaMorris Atkins, the son of
toMr. 'n Mr B. Atkins of this
citr aMiss Bdanes is a native of
R West, but came here as an
ifant and attended public school
here and then graduated from the
siae aligh sscho pilbor aM n m

The wedding will take place on
Sunday, August 2, at the home of
the bride's parents and Rabbi 8.
M. Machtei of Beth David Congre-
gation, with whom the bride's
parents have been affiliated for
the past seventeen years, will per-
form the cerem ny

The eq;d party of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation was held at
the home of Mrs. Philip Augustine
last Wednesday evening. A num-
ber of tables of bridge were in
play. Prizes were given for high
score and a delicious refreshment
course was served.

Final arrangements have been
made for the Congregational sup-
per being sponsored by the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation at the ves-
try rooms of the synagogue on
Sunday evening, July 5, at 6:30
o'clock. In charge of arrange-
ments i~s a committee consisting of
Mi~s. Max Kupferstein, Mrs. Wil-
liam Mechlowitz, Mrs. Nathan
Abramson and Messrs. Hl. M. Dre-
witch and Charles Feldman. Res-
ervations should be made by call-
ing any member of the committee
and the charges are only 75 cents.


I leyerson, ,a d .Mrs. S
neham, Mr. ad Ms Tn-
nepe, Mr. andn Mr~s. Max Hal-
Mran Mrs. n Ed rs. Leo 'Kaiser,
Sraed G. Ro Friedman, Mrs.
of New G.se, Mrs. Frank GM dn
Za:, Miss A nnh Mc rs
Lu Ilydelma ,n FankM Ibo, Mr
adrBs. Jack Pallott, Miss Ber-
d h~ao orand Mrs. Saul Kop.

i. and Mrs. Saud K~oppel and
Mi Bertha Karo and Mr. Frank
Ka, who have been spending sev-
er weeks in Miami as the gueests
othe Ed WYolfs, are leaving Sat-
uny for their home in New
Yk.


:r~and Mrs B red entertain-
last Wlednesday evening at
~home in Shenandoah in hon-
fMr. and Mrs. M1 Weingar-
,winter residents of Miami.
was enjoyed by the guests
sent and during the evening
refreshments Itere served.
midnight an elaborate supper
served to the guests. Among
seenjoying the evening's affair
ire Mr. and Mrs. M. Weingar-
6, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Snetman,
). and Mrs. B. Londpn, Mr. and
is. P. Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs.
bndel Cromer, Dr. and Mrs. Sam-
ii Aronowitz, Mr. ~d Mrs. Isi-
(r Cohen, Mr. and s. Dave Le-
@,~ Dr. and Mrs. ~QyGhertler,
jt. and Mrs. Morrig Dubler and
(r. and Mrs. Klein New York


The next meeting bf the Fort-
ghtly Book Review Club will be
Aid at the home o0 ,Mrs. Harry
rlin, 857 S. W. T rteenth ave.
le, when Vicki B m's "Grand
otel" will be revieyred.

SMiss Ethel Mint daughter of
Ir. and Mrs. I. L. Mdtzer of Mi-
mi Beach, returned this week
Itom Tallahassee, o~ere she at-
!nded a special cou~ at Florida
tate College for W ~Len. She won
,,trp s rsul ~of her work


,. one of the
Fof the Uni-prn a

isisty of Mi-
seervatory re-
pd avenue and
it, Saturday
k. Among the
resting pro-
are: Sonata
,y Beethoven,
by Kreisler;
Tachaikowskry;
No. 6, b7
by Debussy;
~lat Major, by
s cordially in-


A splendid musical
be given during the


program will
evening.


At the bridge party sponsored
by the Loyalty Club last Thurs-
day prizes were wo~n by Mrs. Mor-
ris Pepper, Mrs. Anna Albert, Mrs.
Albert Bacher and Mr. Albert
Bacher. After bridge was played
l Dutch sup er w sre Te


Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubbin of
321 Croton way entertained
number of friends in honor of Mrs.
Harry A. Lee, who left on a trip
to New York, Philadelphia and
pintsthn Mi tddernotoringafrotin
New York. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Lee, Mr.
and Mrs. Van Gilder, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Tessler, Mr. and Mrs. John
Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berner'
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry A. Leibovit, Mrs.
M. Schrebnick, Misses Esther and
Fannie Schrebnick. Delicious re-
freshments were served by the
hostess.

Mr. and Mrs. Van Gilder have
arrived here to make this their
future home. Mr. Van Gilder is
suanager of all the A. & P. stores
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part wa hel on te la of the th t H nlb~
home of Mrs. Ray Mendelson, who ( -
acted as joint hostess together Miiss Evelyn s
with her daughters. lete Maipiano pp

Througn an oversight the name cital at the Un
of Miss Mollie Engler was omi ,- i's Extension C
edfrom the list of children who ~tal hall, N. E. e
ok part in the program presenGS ol~itrteigh tr e
by Emunah Chapter at its lasdt rnoon at 4 o'l
ting several weeks ago. M'isi ombers on the
ie Engler presented a very in anshe will
ting reading and receiv(s Two, No. 1 b
arable commendation for hepriceVenos
manner of the presentataeqe by C,
onganDan
kams; A eq
r. and Mrs. Ed Wolfe enter- ad the Etude in

ei hole h oing Misni Berthrte i, aThe dub

an osia er M s. Wolae ,a dM ~-Prize winners ~~
and Mrs.. Fan aoul Koppel, h troo ent
sins, who ave been theiero tdaesAy
gusts for tepast several wees r. Ms.
Brdge was played and prizcBes wedste Ys
were won by Mrs. Ella T. K~aiserre'harle G a
Mrs. Ed Friedman, Miss Hannager, Mrs. D .
Mack, Mrs, Max Halpern, Mrs. yj e
Fiedman, Mrs. Sam Meyerson and d
Mr. Saul K~oppel. Guest prised Beth Da o s
were presented to Miss Bertheroring a -
Karo, Mrs. Saul Koptel and Mrs which will bea
Frank Golden of New Yorkr. Dair at th Beth 1



Among those present were sur~ a
and Mrs. M. Priedman, Mr. t
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rus girls and actresses with thrif-
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in little shops where marvelous
deals can be made and where bar-
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way still extists as part of the bus-
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Currency, with luck, a well-dressed
woman can return home even bet-
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she will brag about for months.

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