The Jewish Floridian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00861

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
wJewisli Florid fan
r BNO. XXIII.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, MAY 31,1929
Price 5 Cents
LMUD TORAH DEDICATED
ad;
New Beth David
ol Building
Opened Officially
J| Blu'te a large audience
Hg the dedication cere-
Bor the Talmud Torah
th David were held last
lay afternoon.
' ien the large audience
-srjed in the Synagogue
ling the silver key espec-
prepared for the event
i sold to Mr. Lewis Weink-
who thus obtained the priv-
of being the first man
Officially open the door of
i new Talmud Torah. All
..en entered the beautiful
,uditorium where the invoca-
ion was delivered by Rabbi
jrael H. Weisfeld of Beth
id. Mr. Isidor Cohen pre-
sided and he introduced the
,,,... speakers of the afternoon
' amongst whom were Mr. Da>
" J. Apte and Mrs. Herbert U.
.< Feibelman, president and sec-
r*' retary of Temple Israel who
presented greetings and good
wishes, Mr. R. Silverman, on
behalf of Congregation Reth
Jacob Of Miami Reach, Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Jos. M.
BetiFine. Mr. John Wolf, presi-
dent of the Adult Bible Class,
dld and Miss Lillian Wucher and
\ Roslyn Daum, and Mas-
II Tter Isaac Cordon representing
r\|th Talmud Torah and Sun-
day School pupils of Reth
David.
"itiii Rabbi Weisfeld delivered
the main address of the after-
t^) noon first speaking in Hebrew
and then in English.
Mr. Lewis Rrown on be-
alf of the Building Commit-
i of which she has been
Chairman then spoke and
h inked the members and
'' wc rtcers of the Committee
served with him and then
Rlpr mted the building to the
Hit of Beth David who
m accepted it from the
touild hg Committee on behalf
J the Congregation. During
__jhe afternoon the school chil-
_^fen were led in singing by
SIrene Fair.
lain A prayer for the recovery
> Lewis Brown. Presi-
Bthe Sisterhood was re-
rnl by Rabbi Weisfeld.
Ktter was read from
K)r. Jacob H. Kaplan
easing regret at his in-
Wlity to attend.
i; night quite an elaborate
K was served in the au-
Hn at whii'h banquel
"Than two hundred
i fl were present.
llvm Bsidor Cohen was toast-
land he introduced Mr.
ey ('. Myers who spoke
Master Frederick K.
Bt and Master A. Mack.
If I | pupils of the Talmud
fend of the Bar Mitzva
^| fcbe Aronowitz, Mr. Isi-
Ken, Mr. Lewis Brown,
[ J. Spector and J.
i fchochet. Rabbi Weis-
Kde the adress of the
BETH DAVID TALMUD TORAH
ne
IRK
'oiw
evening and expressed the
happiness of all to be present
at this event.
Mr. Lewis Brown was pre-
sented with a loving cup by
the Sistrehood for his ser-
vices as Chairman of the
Building Committee. Mr.
Aaron Farr was also present-
ed with a loving cup in recog-
nition of his having been the
author and composer of the
School Song, Beth David.
The new Talmud Torah
building is a T shaped build-
ing. The front portion of the
building contains the office of
the Rabbi and five large class
rooms, and lavatories for men
and women. The building is
entered through a lobby in
which there are four stairs,
each of which contains a He-
brew inscription on a marble
plate. From the main lobby
one may enter into the large
auditorium which has a seat-
ing capacity of three hundred
and fifty and contains a small
stage fully equipped with foot
lights, spot lights and all nec-
essary facilities for the pre-
sentation of plays etc. Ad-
joining the auditorium is a
large kitchen equipped with
two large gas ranges, two
sinks, cupboards and every-
thing in the way of standard
up-to-date equipment. It is de-
signed in strict conformity
with the Jewish Dietary laws
and has dishes for both "mil-
chige" and "fleishige."
The front part contain-
ing the class rooms is fifty-
three feet wide by sixty
five feet deep. The auditor-
ium is thirty three feet by
sixty six. Adjoining the stage
are two dressing rooms. The
building may also be entered
independently of the main en-
trance through an entrance
on the north side, direct into
the auditorium, and one on
the south side which leads in-
to the stage. There are also
rear entrances to the auditor-
ium and kitchen.
Structurally the building is
one of the most substantial in
the entire south, and has been
Temple Israel
Religious School
To Close Sunday
On Sunday, June 2, at 10 a.
m. the closing exercises for
the Temple Israel Religious
School will be held at Kaplan
Hall, when medals will be
awarded to the best students
and certificates of honor will
be presented to those ranking
next.
Immediately after the exer-
cises the children will be tak-
en to Las Olas Casino, Fort
Lauderdale, where the annual
picnic under the auspices of
the Happy Day Fund will be
held. Quite an elaborate pro-
gram has been prepared by
the Committee in charge of
Mrs. Gordon Davis.
Parents Urged
To Attend Picnic
All parents of Talmud To-
rah and Sunday School child-
ren of Beth David are urged
to be on hand promptly Sun-
day morning at hte School not
later than 9:30 a. m. and to
bring as many automobiles as
possible to take care of any
possible shortage of busses.
The parents are invited to at-
tend the outing at Hollywood
and if sufficient are desirous
of entering events they will
be arranged for.
Do not forget to bring
lunch with you. Milk, ice
cream and cake will be fur-
nished.
designed for the greatest se-
curity at all times.
A feature of the building is
the large number of windows
which insure proper ventila-
tion and lighting for the pu-
pils of the school.
Provision has also been
made for heating by gas of
all the class rooms in the
event of necessity.
Seating Method
Is Changed Here
At a meeting of the mem-
bership of Beth David Con-
gregation called to consider
a change in the method of
conducting services held Wed-
nesday evening, May 22,
1929, the constitution was
amended to provide "that the
sexes shall be segregated at
all services excepting the late
Friday night services." The
amendment went into immed-
iate effect, and was adopted
by a slightly more than a 4 to
1 vote.
Popular Boy
To Be Bar Mitzva
Isaac Gordon, the popular
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gor-
don of 120 N. W. 1st St. will
be Bar Mitzva at the Beth
David Synagogue this Satur-
day morning, June 1st, at 9 a.
m. o'clock.
Young Gordon is one of the
most popular boys in the Beth
David Talmud Torah and Sun-
day School and has taken part
in most of the events conduct-
ed at Beth David. He is chair-
man of the publicity commit-
tee of the Bar Mitzva Boys
Breakfast Club of which he
has been an active member
and one of its organizers.
A reception to all the wor-
shippers will follow the ser-
vices Saturday morning and
will be held in the vestry
rooms of the Synagogue. Sun-
day morning Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon will be the hosts of
the Bar Mitzva Boys Break-
fast Club at their regular
Sunday breakfast.
All Faiths to
Be Represented
At the Baccalaureate exer-
cises of the Ida M. Fisher
High School, Sunday evening
at the Auditorium of the
School, the various faiths will
be represented by ministers,
Father Barry, representing
the Catholic faith and Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld of Beth
David, Miami, representing
the Jewish faith. A number
of Jewish boys and girls will
be graduates of the High
School this year.
Rabbi To Address
Beach Sisterhood
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
will address the Sisterhood of
Beth Jacob, Miami Beach next
Monday afternoon in the ves-
try rooms of the Congrega-
tion Miami Beach.
Chesed Shel
Ernes Continues
Its Campaign
The membership campaign
begun by the Brotherhood of
the Chesed Shel Ernes organ-
ization several weeks ago has
already resulted in an -enroll-
ment of more than one hun-
dred and twenty new mem-
bers at the annual dues of
five dollars per year. The
committee is meeting with
splendid cooperation on the
part of the Miami Jewish
public and the campaign is to
be continued for another few
weeks. It is confidently ex-
pected that more than two
hundred members will be en-
rolled after which a meeting
of the entire membership will
be called.
The Sisterhod is conducting
a large rummage sale for the
benefit of the organization
and has been given the use of
the premises formerly occu-
pied by the Crystal Pharmacy
at the southeast corner of N.
W. 2nd Ave. and 5th Street.
Those who have cast off
clothes are urged to phone to
Manuel Rippa, Miami 8879
and the clothes will be called
for. Since the funds realized
are used for the burial of
needy cases and the work of
the organization is so well
known we do not feel that
there should be anything but
a hearty response on the part
of the public.
School Children
to Picnic Sunday
On Sunday. June 2nd, next
the Sunday School and Tal-
mud Torah will hold its an-
nual picnic at Hollywood.
The party will first jour-
ney from the Talmud Torah
building where all will meet
promptly at 9:30 a. m. and
will then enter the busses
which have been provided.
They will first go to the
large field where all the field
day athletic events and the
baseball game between the
faculty and students will be
played.
They will then go to the
Casino and pools where all
will enjoy themselves free of
cost. The Sisterhood through
the generosity of the Farway
Dairy will give individual bot-
tles of milk Tree to each child,
and will also furnish each
child with cake and ice cream.
Lockers have been provided
for free of charge through
the courtesy of the Casino.
Mrs. Chas Markowitz,
chairman on behalf of the Sis-
terhood and Miss Irene Farr.
E. Max Goldstein and Charles
Cromer on behalf of the
teaching staff are the com-
mittee in active charge of the
arrangements under the sup-
ervision of Rabbi Weisfeld.


pfMHHP!" "' .'SM
' WWM' u|^ffif|ippniPMIMIl

Page 2
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday,
&L
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami, Flprida
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
302 S. W. 4th Ave.
Phone 8745
EDITORIAL STAFF
J. LOUIS SCHOCHET BEN DOROM
A. CHOCHOM A. N. ASHER
EDITORIAL
In these days of accentuated "super-Jazz" efforts
of so called "modernists" to try to bring back to the
religious fold -the "younger generation," we wonder
what effect the following notice clipped from the daily
newspaper will have upon them.
Dances, Plays
In Synagogue
To Be Stopped
Fail to Attract Young People
to Religious Worship,
Congregation Says
CLEVELAND, May 27. (AP)
Dances, parties and athletics have
failed as an inducement to spirit-
ual life among young people.
This was the opinion expressed
in a report of the activities com-
mittee of Tifereth Israel congrega-
tion, prepared with the endorse-
ment of Rabbi A. N. Silver, leader
of liberal Judaism and unanimous-
ly adopted by its members. It
means the abandonment of accen-
tuated extra-religious activity by
one of the first synagogues adopt-
ing the measure to arouse spiritual
thought in the minds of the young.
"The voice of the synagogue,"
said the report, "is drowned out
in the midst of the tumult and
noise of many activities which can
be carried on as well, if not better,
in another place. The hope that
young people would be attracted
to vjorship and religious study
through the magnetism of dance.!,
plays, athletics and parties has not
been realized. The appeal of the
synagogue is not heightened thru
the bait of amusement."
'Social activities will be contin-
ued, it was said, but they will be
more subdued than in the past
'
Only too often do we hear comments from parents,
even here in Miami, "Why, if we only had music and
dancing and athletic activities it would be extremely
easy to draw children to the Synagogue. They would
be delighted to come to Friday night services." "It
would help, we're certain to stimulate religious life and
thought amongst them."
Through the thousand of years of martyrdom that
the Jewish nation and its leaders have passed through,
whether it be the "yellow garment of the Ghetto, the
Auto-da-fe and expulsion of the Jews from Spain, the
Pogroms in Russia, or what not, it was the faith of the
Jew in God, the clinging of the Jew to the Torah and
what it stood for that continued and held the Jew
steadfast throughout the ages. Not once was even the
thought tolerated that the Jew needed something be-
sides his Torah to keep him steadfast.
Nor do we believe this to be the fact today. It has
been our observation that the Jewish boy and girl of
today does not need any artificial stimulation to hold
to his religion. What he needs is education.....or?
sometimes I wonder whether it isn't the parents that
need it more than the children. Take a stroll through
any Talmud Torah in any city, where under competent
supervision and with the proper teaching staff, our
youngsters are being trained, and judge for yourself!
Those of us who have been fortunate enough to wit-
ness a children's Seder celebration, or to observe a. Bar
Mitzva Boys Club, or a real Sunday School, are easily
convinced that it is sufficient merely to show our youth
what real Judaism, its creeds and beliefs, its obser-
vances mean, to divulge to them the rich store of Jew-
ish lore and traditions, our splendid history and unriv-
alled literature, to hold and forever keep our boys and
girls as real interested and proud Jews.
Athletics, social activities, dances, parties, while
splendid in their sphere (I crave the ladies' indulgence
for having omitted bridge) have not, cannot and will
not act as an inducement to spiritual life among the
young people.
It is high time that the parents awaken and realize
this pertinent fact. We are happy that one of high
intellectual qualities such as Rabbi A. H. Silver of
Cleveland, has come to realize this indubitable fact.
It behooves some of our Miamian friends to do the
same.
THE B's WORTHY
OF A JEW
B patient, B prayerful, B
humble, B mild,
B wise as a Solomon, meek
as a child;
B studious, B thoughtful,
B loving, B kind,
Beware and B careful and
lose not your mind.
B cautious, B prudent, B
trustful, B true,
B courteous to women and
friendly with, men,
B temperate in argument,
also pleasure and wine.
B careful of conduct, of
money and time;
B cheerful, B grateful, B
hopeful, B firm,
B peaceful, benevolent, B
willing to learn;
B courageous, B gentle, B
liberal, B just,
B aspiring, B humble. Be-
cause thou art dust;
B penitent, B respectful, B
sound in the faith,
B active, B devoted; B
faithful until death;
B honest, B holy, B trans-
parent and pure,
B dependent, B Jewish like.
and you'll B secure;
B gentle, B modest and
you'll B'right,
B ready when death calls,
Before out go the lights;
B the time short, or B the
time long,
B careful not to hasten
death along.
Edw. S. Manheim.
TALMUD TORAH
Sayings of the The Talmud
A town which has no,
School Should be abolished.

If a man has knowledge, he
has all things; if he has no
knowledge, he has nothing.
*
Jerusalem was destroyed
because the instruction of the
young was neglected.

The world is only saved by
the breath of the school chil-
dren.
*
Even for the rebuilding of
the Temple, the instruction of
the children must not be in-
terrupted.
*
He who instructs a child is
as if he had created it.
*
Without knowledge there
can be neither true morality
nor piety.
* *
Teach the children of the
poor without compensation,
and do not favor the children
of the rich.

Who are you whose pray-
er's alone have prevailed. I
am a teacher of little children.
REALITY
*V
#
I rose out of the salty depths
Where I in haste was flung.
Through watery eyes I
thought I saw
A world of crystal built.
But when a wind of painful
truth
Had drained my eyes,
The crystal dulled and then
was gone,
Revealing life
As bleak and black
As biting stars that fell.

-V
One old man says he does-
n't know a thing about wo-
men. He has been married to
one for thirty years, and the
more he studies her the less
he knows.
*
The mother of any normal
child has two resources from
which she may derive com-
fort on not infrequent occa
sions:
She can think either that
the little thing takes after itc
father exclusively or that a
mistake must have been made
at the hospital, and they gave
her the wrong baby, says the
Ohio State Journal.
* *
He made a home brew outfit;
From dry sleuths kept
aloof;
One night he gave a blowout-
It blew him through the
roof.
*
"Don't you think," airily
suggested the new partner,
"that you ought to brush up
a bit on your correspondence?
Use big words; they lend dig-
nity to your letters."
"Perhaps you're right," ad-
mitted the other, calmly
studying the end of his cigar.
"But, while eschewing medio-
crity of expression through
platitudinous phraseology, it
behooves one to beware of
ponderosity, and to be mind-
ful that pedantry, being in-
dicatory of an inherent meg-
alomania, frustrates its own
aim and results merely in ob-
nubilation."Forbes.

Mrs. Mose Johnson, whose
martial path was anything
but smooth, walked into an
insurance office and inquired,
"Does youall. hab any of dat
fire assurance heah?"
( "We do," a clerk replied.
"What do you want insured ?"
"Mah husband," was the
reply.
'Then you don't want fire
insurance," smiled the clerk
as he reached for another ap-
plication form. "What you
want is a life insurance pol-
icy."
"No, Ah don't!" Mrs. John-
son exclaimed, "Ah wants fire
assurance. Dat nigger's been
fired fo' times in de las two
weeks."

Taxes, Taxes, taxes these
days. A man's wits are even
taxed to entertain a party of
friends.

A woman will worry for
years over trifles, and then
up and marry one.

A pigeon groaning in the
backyard sounds Just like pa
when he has a slight touch of
stomachache.
The devil laughs heartlrj
when he catches a lazy man]
it was such a little effort.
?
Who says men have no art-]
istic taste? They still color!
meerschaum pipes.
*
The legislature should coml
to some mutual agreement on
the parimutuel.
*
Miss Antique heaves a sigh]
every now and then at the]
thought that the government]
gets so many proposals, and]
she doesn't get any.
* *
The day may be cold
And dark and dreary,
But the woman shopping
Seems never weary.
Or if she is weary
And ready to drop,
The sweet little deary
Keeps on the hop.
*
SirI sure attended a real
necktie party. Before the!
dance the hostess announced,!
"Everyone chews his part-]
ner."
* *
SirI asked my neighbor]
how his wife was getting]
along driving, and he said,]
"Yesterday she took a turM
for the worse."
* *
Between fishing and bass-]
ball a man has little time for]
work.
* .*
Not a bad colda flapper-l
'snees.
*
To take the bark out of the]
night, muzzle 'em.
* '
The string in a snap bean]
has no snap.
*
. An onion has a top to show,
its strength.
* *
New-style bathing suit
composed principally of
neck band.
* *
backsliding fish is seld
strung.
* *
By magazine covers
We can know
The seasons as they
Come and go.
We've had the girl in
Fur and coat
To be replaced
By nymph afloat
On a breeze in nothing
But a veil
While a little lambkin
Wagged its tail.
And now comes in -
The bathing girl
Whooboyeets^you
In a whirl.


May 31, 1929
MIAMI, FLORIDA, May 24, 1929
Page 3
SOCIETY
The
will
mon
park,
series
direct
ofpai
Maj.
ana-Zucca Music club
ser the program to-
night in Bayfront
ich will be one of the
ing given under the
of the city division
and recreation.
McKinley Ash will
lopening number, "In
Trust" (Mana-Zucca)
vill b' followed bv Eugen-
lolmdale in "The Doll
rom "The Tales of
" (Offenbach. Son-
Eire, with Irene Archer
lpanying, will sing an
from "Cavaleria Kusti-
ria (Maseagni). Belle His-
sett will give a group of Har-
ry Lauder's Scotch songs, and
Bertha Merrill Ash will ap-
pear in a second numbei,
erdi's "Eri Tu." Betty Dorsey
Will accompany. Robert Kist-
letv with Louise McCallman
at the piano, will play a vio-
lin solo, "Scene de Ballet"
(De Beriot). Miss Holmdale
will sing 'Fluttering Birds"
(Mana-Zucca). Adelaide Sher-
man will give a dance. Fay
Rogers will sing Dorothy
: Clower's "Gypsy Song," with
.- the composer at the piano.
Driskill Wolfe will sing an
aria from "Faust."
The closing number will be
a duet, "Spanish Love Song,"
with Bertha Merill and O. C.
Turner singing and Mrs. Tur-
ner accompanying.
The local Workmens* Circle
. (Arbeiter Ring) have arrang-
ad an all day outing for Sun-
lay, June 2nd, beginning at
10 a. m. o'clock, on the Sea-
Bottom Boat.
AH members and their
.. iriende are urged to be on
;ime so that they may enjoy
oi jlie exceptionally splendid
)rogram arranged for them.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
elebrated their tenth wed-
ling anniversary with dinner
ind dancing at the Columbus
lotel last night. Place cards,
able decorations and favors
vere in keeping with the oc-'
asion, being of tin. Roses and
ems formed a centerpiece.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Cftwan, Mr. and Mrs. H.
^;> '
Buy your Uxd Car from
RELIABLE MOTOR CORP.
5th mod Lennox Miami Beach
Ptmmm Miami Beach 838
I
"Reliable In Every Re.pect"
/
Announcing I'ur Opening
^J STANDARD
GROCERY CO.
17 S. W. Fifth Ave.
I Phone 31553
PI

H
IBULANCE SERVICE
W. H. Combs Co., Estab. 1896
COMBS KIINF.RAI. HOME
tti Miami 84*5
1U N. K. 2nd Axnn
MIAMI BEACH FUNERAL HOME
phone M. B. 4M
ISlt Waahinston A.r

rl King Jndcrtaking Co. W. THIRD AVENUli Hwaea 23)35-31624
Nevin, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Nankin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Levin, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Neuman, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Morganthau and Mr. and Mrs.
S. L. Katz.
The slate presented by the
nominating committee at the
meeting of Junior Council of
Jewish Women last evening
was unanimously accepted,
electing the following officers
Martha Scheinberg, presi-
dent; Florence Alpert, vice-
president; Elsie Weinberger,
recording secretary; Lillian
Dock, corresponding secre-
tary; and Norma Wolf, treas-
urer. '
Reservations must be made
with Miss Scheinberg, 242 S.
W. 4th ave., by tomorrow, for
the banquet and installation
Tuesday evening at the Alca-
zar tent.
Mrs. Isaac Lasky entertain-
ed recently for her daughter,
Betty, who celebrated her
birthday. Games were played
and a treasure hunt was Won
by Rosaryn Daum.
Among those present were
Miss Muriel MacDonald, Mis*?
Frances Marx, Miss Clemen-
tina Carnevale, Miss Rosalyn
Daum, Miss Lulu Mae Mooty,
Miss Julia Carnevale, Miss
Esther Cromer, Miss Jane
Doty, Miss Pauline Dampier
and Mortimer Lasky. Pauline
Lasky assisted her mother in
entertaining.
dered a surprise party and
dinner to the Rabbi at the
Palatial Kosher Restaurant
last Wednesday evening. The
Rabbi received a call to come
to the Restaurant and when
he arrived he was met with
a round of applauses and
cheers.
A real banquet was served
and during the evening most
of those present spoke and
told stories and jokes. There
was a good bit of singing and
when the evening was over all
present voted that it had been
one of the most enjoyable
evenings spent by them in Mi-
ami. At the dinner table Rab-
bi Weisfeld announced that he
expected to be married in
New York City on June 30th.
Among those who spoke
were: Harry Gordon, who
presided, Nathan Adelman.
John Wolf, E. Gordon, Louis
Weinkle, Dr. and Mrs. M. D.
Kirsch, Mrs. I. Buckstein, Jos.
B. Berner, and Rabbi Weis-
feld.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man, Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis
Shochet, Dr. and Mrs. M. D.
Kirsch, Mrs. I. Buckstein,
Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Goldstein, Mr.
Louis Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. B. Berner, Mr. and Mrs.
John Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Kupferstein, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Gordon, Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
feld, Mrs. M. Schonfeld.
The affair was in charge of
Nathan Adelman who had or-
iginated and carried out the
surprise event.
Mrs. Milton Weiner and
Mrs. Sydney Palmer will be
hostesses to members of the
Emunah chapter Loyalty club
with a bridge party at 2:30
p. m. Monday at the home of
Mrs. Weiner at 925 S. W. 9th
street.
Mrs. Cecil Tannenbaum will
leave for New York City and
other points North next week
to spend the summer. She will
visit friends and relatives and
expects to return to Miami in
the early fall.
A number of the friends of
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld ten-
The Miami Chapter of Had-
assah will hold a bridge party
at Kaplan Hall on June 10th.
AT YOUR SERVICE
Palatial Kosher Restaurant
265 N. E. SECOND STREET
GIVE'THE WIFE AND KIDDIES A TREAT
BY BRINGING THEM TO US FOR
A REAL MEAL
PHONE 9883 FOR RESERVATIONS
I0<0>*0000000<.
AS USUAL
THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY WANT!
DELICATESSEN OF ALL KINDS
SMOKED FISH of every description, CHEESE
REAM AND ALL DARIY FOODS.
WE MAKE OUR OWN SALADS
WE SUPPLY YOUR EVERY WANT!
ROSEDALE FOR RESULTS
"PERPETUAL CARE"
WOODLAWN BURIAL PARK
When on the Tamianrai Trail, we shall be pleased to have you inspect
our new Jewish section, operated according to the Jewish ritual.
The hostesses for the after-
noon will be Mrs. I. L. Selig-
man, Mrs. H. Rubin, Mrs. M.
Dubler and Mrs. D. Zeientz.
A good time is promised to all
who will attend.
The Beth David Sisterhood
will hold a benefit bridge
party for the furnishings
fund of the New Talmud To-
rah on Tuesday, June 11th,
at 8 p. m. Quite an elaborate
program is being prepared
and "home goodies" will be
served. The affair will be held
in the auditorium of the new
Talmud Torah Building. The
hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. I. Buckstein and Mrs.
J. Louis Shochet.
The Beth David Sisterhood
held a benefit bridge party
in the auditorium of the new
Talmud Torah, last Wednes-
day afternoon which was at-
tended by a large number of
members and their friends.
The hostesses were Mrs. M.
Schonfeld and Mrs. Cecil Tan-
nenbaum.
Mrs. L. O. Chisling has
left for Washington, D. C,
to be present at the grad-
uation of her daughter, Lil-
lian from the Marjorie Web-
ster School of Expression and
Physical Education. Miss
Chisling will have one of the
leading roles in the senior
play, "Monsieur Beaucaire"
to be given tomorrow night.
She will present her graduat-
ing recital, Barry Connor's
three-act play, "The Patsy,"
Tuesday evening. Following
her graduation Friday, Miss
Chisling and her mother will
leave for New York, where
they plan to spend several
weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose,
of Coral Gables entertained
Furniture Exchange
Inc.
321 N. Miami Ave.
Furniture At A Bargain
Julius Damenstein, Inc.
JEWELER
The Store With a Reputation
10 W. Flagler St. Phone 4701
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Florida Iron and
Equipment Co.
319 N. W. Third Avenue
Wholaaale Dtalru in Machinery and
Contractor!' Equlpaacne
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 6602
Flagler Dry Cleaners
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and
Repairing
472 W. Flagler Street
-. i20
"For the Preservation of Your Clothra"
For ICEUse
Peninsular Ice Company
ICE
Plant Loouad'at *4 N. W. 11th Stnat
Phone 2-1297 or 2-1298 for
FREE DELIVERY
AUTO GLASS
Proaaptlr InatalM hy aiparta while
r.a wait. Rraaanabl* Priraa.
East Coast Glass Co.
ISIS N. Barakcr* Dr. Phcaa 2S41S
at a farewell dinner for Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Weinberg
who will leave soon for an ex-
tended visit in New York.
Miss Marcella Seiden and
Miss Gertrude Huebsch enter-
tained at Miss Seiden's home
in S. W. Eleventh terrace Sat-
urday afternoon with a bou-
doir shower and bridge party
for Miss Martha Scheinberg,
whose marriage to Stanley C.
Myers will be an event of June
16.
A charming color scheme of
orchid and green was carried
out in all of the appointments.
Guests included Mrs. M.
Scheinberg, Mrs. P. Schein-
berg, Miss Miriam Schein-
berg, Mrs. Louis Seiden, Mrs.
Louis Heiman, Mrs. Sydney
Weintraub, Mrs. J. N. Morris,
Mrs. S. Lutsky, Mrs. Gertrude
Sherman, Mrs. William
Shayne, Mrs. Jacob Kaplan,
Mrs. Benjamin Axelroad, Mrs.
H. I. Homa, Miss Faye Wein-
traub, Miss Esther Weintraub
Miss Ruth Kaplan, Miss Vee-
da Wolf, Miss Veeda Cooper,
Miss Norma Wolf, Miss Viola
Katz, Miss Harriet Salzberg,
Miss Ethel Tauber, Miss Ad-
die Ross, Miss Dora Rosen-
house, Miss Rose Marks, Miss
Evelyn Marks, Miss Reggie
Goldstein, Miss Laurette Si-
mons, Miss Bobette Simons,
Mrs. Louis Varon, Miss Sari
Levine, Mrs. B. Rosolio and
Miss Ida Weintraub.
Advertisers inform you.
Patronize advertisers.
IYES CERTIFIED DAIRY
OJUS, FLA.
Florida's First Certified Dairy
Miami 'Phone 8831
MILK
For The Baby And The Adult
Our Own Old Fashioned
BUTTERMILK
Poultry and Day Old Eggs
Friedin's Garage
Gas and OilUsed Cars
Battery and Tire Service
Washing Polishing -
Storage General Auto
Repair Body and Fender
Work
325 Weat Flagler Street
Phone 2-2-2-2-2
PtWMa MI1-S422
Gautier Funeral
Service
Strict Ritual Adhered to at
Jewish Funerals
514 West Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
For Auto Parts
SEE
L. (Pop) Gerson
2145 N. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 20621
We Buy All Makes of Autos
*


p^WW^J
Page 4

THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 31, lj
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Beth David
Regular services will be
held Friday evening and Sat-
urday mornings in addition to
the regular daily services
which are held at 8 a. m. and
:30 p. m.
Talmud Torah classes are
being conducted daily begin-
ning at 4 p. m. until the close
of school when the afternoon
sessions will be changed to
morning sessions as will ap-
pear in the next issue of the
Jewish Floridian. Sunday
School will be superseded by
the picnic this Sunday.
NOTICE !
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
of Beth David asks us to
announce that he expects to
leave on his vacation some-
time about the middle of
June and would therefore
appreciate his being advis-
ed by those who will desire
to have him officiate at any
weddings or other func-
tions so that he may ar-
range accordingly.
Temple Israel
The regular services will bo
held at Temple Israel this Fri-
day evening though there will
be no sermon.
Closing exercises for. the
Religious school will be ob-
served Sunday morning at 10
a. m.
Rabbi Announces
Wedding Date
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld is
to marry Miss Lillian Rosen
of Toronto, Can. on Sunday,
June 30, in New York City.
The exact details of the cere-
mony will be told later in
these columns. Rabbi Weis-
feld expects to leave Miami
about the latter part of June
and will return here immed-
iately after his honeymoon
which will be spent in the Isle
of View.
Beth Jacob/Miami Beach
MISLEAD
The usual Friday ngiht and
Saturday morning services
will be held at the Synagogue.
Sunday School will open as
usual at 10 a. m. Talmud To-
rah classes are being conduct-
ed daily by Mr. B. Silverman.
By Albert Herschal
W Spcdaliu in Driytwayi
WM. DABNEY
1745 S. W. 7th Street
MIAMI FLORIDA
(urbi General Concrete Walk*
She asked for a rose from
winter
And lilies from the snow,
She wept for a rose in winter
And let the summer go.
She looked for bread in the
desert,
For love in a heart of stone,
So now she is cold and hun-
gry.
And sorrows all alone.
Pa isn't a bit soulful. While
daughter indites poems to the
pipes of Pan, he is concerned
only with the / pipe to the
kitchen sink.
Life Fire Casualty Bonds
Rauzin Insurancy Agency, Inc.
Telephones 22565 32452
137 N. E. FIRST ST.
Miami, Florida
Miami Showcase and
Fixture Company
General Contractors and
Manufacturers of
STORE FRONTS
and
STORE FIXTURES
Phone 22168
228 S. MIAMI AVENUE
THE
FARWAY
DAIRY
SOLICITS YOUR
PATRONAGE
----------o----------
Phone Miami
7105
FOR PROMPT
SERVICE
BUSINESS
GOSSIP
^r
Pbusiness directory
Last week the Miami Con-
struction Co. was organized
as the successor of the Miami
Showcase and Fixture Co.
The members of the firm in
actual charge of operations
are Ben Kohl and William Ro-
senfeld and they are now ac-
tively engaged in two large
building operations in Miami
Beach.
In Miami they recentlv
completed the beautiful Tal-
mud Torah of Beth David
which remains as a living
monument to their ability.
Mr. Louis Safer for many
years engaged in the luggage
and jewelry business on N.
Miami Avenue recently open-
ed a beautiful and well stock-
ed Jewelry and Luggage store
at 16 East Flagler Street.
The Palatial Restaurant
has been rather busy the last
few weeks catering banquets
and private affairs. He cater-
ed the big banquet at the
dedication of the Beth David
Talmud Torah last Sunday
and was the host of a number
of get-to-gethers. All in all he
has been keeping pretty busy.
AUTO PARTS PIPE and STEEL
MIAMI AUTO WRECKING CO., Incorporated Has Parts For Your Car ADELMAN PIPE ft STEEI. cqJ 58 N. E. 25th St. Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone 2W]J
606-608 North West Fifth Street Phone 5050 (fifty-fifty) A. & B. PIPE AND 8TEEL Cul Phone 31355 53 North East 25th Street
BAGS and METALS
AMERICAN BAG & METAL CO. PRINTERS
Phone 21147 610 North West Fifth Street MIAMI PRINTING CO. "Printing That Pays" Phone 23261 107 South Miami Avenue
ELECTRICIANS
WAGNER ELECTRIC CO. General Electrical Contractors Phones 8503 22168 224 South Miami Avenue ROOFING
RELIABLE SHEET METAL 11 ROOFING WORKS Phone 4782
PHARMACISTS 728 South West Eighth Street 1
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY RESTAURANTS
Chas. Tannenbaum, Pharmacist (rep. pharmacist for 17 years) Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W. PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT ,; Phone 9883 265 North East Second Street-]
VS Sarli
PHOTOGRAPHER
221 East Flagler Street
CONTINUE THE PRESENT ADMINISTRATION
HELP THEM TO HELP YOU
Re-Elect
JOHN C. KNIGHT
HARRY PLATT
J. E. LUMMUS
CITY COMMISSIONERS
BECAUSE THEY HAVE
Reduced taxesTwo Years 42%
Reduced Operatinjj Expenses $2,500,000.
Through their efforts made possible the greatest winter
season in Miami's history.
Gasoline Still 22c
At All 5 Garlick Stations
2090 Biscayne Boulevard
Biscayne Boulevard at Thirteenth Street
(ON THE CIRCLE)
1377 S. W. Eighth Street
1501 N. W. Seventh Ave.
3040 N. W. Seventh Ave.
VOTE FOR THREE NEW COMMISSIONERS
GAUITER-FOSSEY-QUIGG

V
.1


Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ET8KKVN73_01DR10 INGEST_TIME 2013-05-07T23:19:26Z PACKAGE AA00010090_00861
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES


xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ERVI7S43F_0LZXZ8 INGEST_TIME 2013-07-18T04:06:51Z PACKAGE AA00010090_00861
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES


\M
01
f
s
^
/