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

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

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University of Florida
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<0Jewish Florid tin
OL. II.NO. XXVI.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, JUNE 21, 1929
Price 5 Cents
ERCHANT DIES SUDDENLY
[ewish Merchant
Died Suddenly
Last Wednesday
[Mr. Michael L. Yunis for
kc past several years resi-
st of Miami, and owner of
\c American Bag and Metal
died suddenly Tuesday
Ight, after having attended
I card party at the home of
|r. A. Pepper. It being sug-
)sted that a physician be
led to attend him he de-
jned, saying that he wa^
(eling much better. No soon-
had Mr. Pepper returned
his home than he was ad-
ked that Mr. Yunis had died
h> cause of death was an
hack of acute indigestion.
|Several weeks ago Mr.
mis received his first de-
lee in Masonry at the Bay
Biscayne Lodge. He leaves
t widow, Rebecca Yunis;
fee daughters, Mrs. Eva
piker, Allston, Mass.; Mrs.
lrtha Gorshell, Roxboro,
188., and Miss Helen Yunis,
fami; three sons, Frank
mis, Waco, Texas; Morris
mis, Roxboro, and Rapheal
jnis, Miami.
?he body was shipped to
kton by the family on Wed-
sday night, after appro-
late rites were conducted nt
Combs Funeral Home.
wish Boy Hurt
I in Auto Accident
larold Seigel, 8, suffered a
Ictured skull and his broth-
Clarence Seigel, 3 lacera-
is, last week, when an
bomobile driven by their
ler, Samuel Seigel, 936 N.
I Sixth avenue, collided with
[automobile driven by Eus-
D. Witherington, 2139 N.
[Seventh avenue, at N. W.
|rd avenue and Eleventh
jet. Both boys are in Jack-
Memorial hospital.
Iiss Ada Mae Owens and
^herington were treated at
hospital for slight bruises.
Seigel and John Miller,
was riding with Miss
;ns and Witherington,
be uninjured.
fee Offered
\>r Jewish Novel
ie Stratford Company of
ton and the "Jewish Tri-
of New York City are
[ring jointly a prize of
k) for the best novel on a
psh subject to be submitt-
>n or before January 15,
ie contest is open to all
|sh writers. Rules for the
?st may be obtained from
[Stratford Company, Pub-
\r&, 289 Congress Street,
Ion, Mass.
Exercises Mark
Graduation and
Promotions Here
The large Talmud Torah
Auditorium was the scene of
one of the prettiest gradua-
tions ever held in Miami,
when the children of the Beth
David Sunday School were
promoted in the various class-
es and when the lone grad-
uate's name was announced.
Miss Pauline Lasky, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Lasky was the only student
of the Sunday School to re-
ceive her diploma. She was a
member of the Teacher's
Training Class and will as-
sume her duties as a member
of the Teacher's Staff next
season. She was also the re-
ceipent of the prize, a two
and a half dollar gold piece,
for being the best girl scholar
in the school. Arthur Kahn
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Kahn was awarded a like
prize for the best all round
student among the boys.
Gifts were presented by
Mr. Lewis Brown, president
of the Sisterhood to all the
teachers of the Sunday School
for their work during the past
year. Mrs. Brown made one
of the best addresses of the
afternoon and in presenting
the gifts expressed the thanks
of the Sisterhood for the
work accomplished during the
past season.
Mr. Louis Heiman, a mem-
ber of the Teachers Staff and
in charge of the School publi-
cation, the Shofer, spoke and
delivered a message to the
children of the school as well
as their parents and urged
them to make next season
even better and bigger than
the one just ended. Mr. Her-
bert E. Scher on behalf of
himself and Mr. Stanley C.
Myers presented the schedule
prizes to the winners in the
Field Day events of several
weeks ago. It seemed that the
Shemer brother carried- off
most of the prizes.
Honor certificates were
awarded to the highest two
scholars in each class, and in
addition all who made marks
were enrolled upon the Honor
Roll beautifully engrossed and
which is to be hung in the new
Talmud Torah Building. The
Lasky family carried off
highest honors for any indi-
vidual family, all three child-
ren receiving prizes, Mortimer
the youngest, and Betty each
received honor certificates,
and Pauline the oldest was
awarded an honor certificate,
a prize and her diploma as
the single graduate of the
school.
Bar Mitzva Certificates
were presented to each of the
boys who were confirmed in
the Synagogue during the
past year.
' Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
Couple United
Amidst Scene
of Splendor
A rainbow scheme lent col-
or and beauty to the marriage
ceremony of Miss Martha
Scheinberg and Stanley C.
Myers, which was solemnized
in the Biscayne room of the
Columbus Hotel last evening
with Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
of Beth David Synagogue of
which the groom is financial
secretary and both bride and
groom are members of the
Sunday School teaching staff,
officiating.
Tall white posts interwined
with tulle and garlanded with
white roses marked an aisle
for the bridal processional. De-
corations of the room were
all in white and green save
for the sweet table arranged
along one whole end of the
apartment, which carried out
the rainbow scheme observed
in the gowns of the bride's
attendants. The white canopy
under which the vows were
read was strewn with white
roses and ferns and potted
palms and plants were used
as a background for the im-
provised altar. An unusual
and lovely innovation was the
garland of roses and lillies of
the valley which formed a
heart before the altar and
framed the bride and bride-
groom during the ceremony.
Preceding the ceremony
Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman
sang "I Love You Truly"
(Bond) and "Oh Promise Me"
(DeKoven). Mendelssohn's
"Wedding March" was played
as the wedding party ap-
proached the altar and the
bridal chorus from "Lohen-
grin" was used for the en-
trance of the bride.
The traditional Jewish rit-
ual was used. Rabbi Weisfeld
spoke of the duties of bride
and groom and remarked that
knowing the couple as he did,
he had no doubts of their
wedded life being one which
would demonstrate their
splendid understanding of
Jewish Ideals as had been
taught by them to the child-
ren of Beth David.
Jo Astoria's orchestra play-
ed the wedding marches and
played for dancing during the
reception following the cere-
mony.
The bride, who was given
in marriage by her father.
made the concluding address
of the day when he thanked
all the teachers, and urged
upon the children the carry-
ing into practice of what had
been taught them in school.
The exercises were concluded
with the singing of the Hat-
ikvo.
The Talmud Torah is now
under a summer schedule,
classes being conducted from
9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Youthful Romance
Ends in Wedding
A romance of several years
stading between Abraham
Snioer 22, of 3490 Ingraham
Highway, and Miss Celia Fut-
terfas 18, of 3310 Cornelia
Drive both of Coconut drove,
resulted in their marriage
last.Sunday afternoon in the
home of the bride's brother
at which ceremony Rabbi Is-
rael H. Weisfeld of Beth Da-
vid officiated. Members of the
immediate families of the
bride and groom were present
and immediately after the
ceremony all repaired to the
large dining room where a
luncheon was served. ThV
home was beautifully decorat-
ed with cut flowers. The can-
opy used in the ceremony is
one belonging to the family
of the bride and used by
them for several years.
Sisterhood to
Hold Card Party
The Beth David Sisterhood
will give one of its regular
card parties for the benefit
of the Talmud Torah Furnish-
ings Fund on Tuesday, June
25, in the Auditorium of the
new Talmud Torah. Mrs. B.
Burnstein and Mrs. Dave
Kahn will be hostess.
which was raised during the
ceremony, was part of the
headdress. The bride's slippers
were of white satin with a
cut-out of pearls forming a
semicircle over the instep.
The bridal bouquet was of
white Killarney roses shower-
ed with lillies of the valley.
Her only ornament was a
string of pearls belonging to
her mother.
The matron of honor, Mrs.
Sol Lutsky, wore coral chiffon
fashioned with a very long
skirt. Gardenias in the game
material were placed at the
shoulder. A velvet sash was
in the same shade. She car-
ried pink and white rases in
an arm bouquet.
The maid of honor, Miss
Marcella Seiden, wore yellow
georgette made with a tight-
fitting baque and a bouffant
lace skirt. A satin bow placed
at the back was in orchid and
shoes were of the same shade.
She carried pink primier roses
tied with orchid and yellow
streamers.
Bride's matrons and mak^
wore frocks of chiffon fasTT
ioned alike with long waists
and tiered skirts, touching
the floor in the back. Smart
girdles were swathed about
the hip line and the sun-
back necks were finished with
fish-tail berthas of the mater-
ial. Tulle bows were placed at
the shoulder. Each member of
(Continued on Page 4)
U. of Miami
Adds Course in
Jewish Historv
The Jewish people of Miami
are taking great pride in the
announcement by the Board
of Regents of the University
of Miami, that part of the
curriculum for the next ses-
sion of the University of Mi-
ami will be a course in Jew-
ish History which will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld of Beth David.
The University of Miami is,
we believe, the first Univer-
sity of the South to inaugu-
rate such a course, though it
is not unusual in the great
Eastern Universities.
Credits will be allowed for
this course in the same man-
ner that all other courses are
allowed for.
Later; there will probably
be courses in Hebrew and
other kindred subjects, ac-
cording to Pres. B. F. Ashe of
the University who is intense-
ly interested in the initiation
of these courses.
Friendship League
to Hold Dance
The Friendship League is
actively engaged in preparing
for one of the best dances of
the season, the proceeds of
which will be used for the
maintenance of a scholarship
in the League's name at the
new Talmud Torah of Beth
David and will defray the tui-
tion of some needy children.
The dance will be held Sun-
day, June 30th in the Talmud
Torah Auditorium and the
committee in charge an-
nounces that it will apprec-
iate the attendance of the en-
tire Jewish population.
Prominent Writer
in Serious Accident
Mr. Tony T. Emple, a pro-
minent journalist of this
Country, and for the past few
months one of the valuable
members of the staff of the
Jewish Floridian met with a
serious accident last Wednes-
day. While cranking the "of-
ficial organ," the organ "back
fired" and the handle struck
"Tony's" right arm and seri-
ously injured him. Upon the
advice of his physicians, Mr.
Emple is leaving for New
York this week and will not
return to Miami until the lat-
ter part of the year.
The Jewish Floridian keen-
ly regrets this unavoidable
accident, and will try its ut-
most to fill the void thus
created by employing one of
the best humorists obtainable
who will write under the nom
de plume of "The Gloom
Chaser."

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 21, u
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami. Florida
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
802 8. W. -4th Ave.
Phone 8745
EDITORIAL STAFF
.1. LOUIS SCHOCHET BKN DOROU
A CHOCHOBI A. N. ASHKK
THE YOUNG AMERICAN
AM) THE SYNAGOGUE
S i much has recently ;
I about the unattractive-
ly of th Synagogue to the
American Jewish boy and
girl, especially th<' Orthodox
Synagogue, that we respect-
fulh urge the consideration
reful reading of tin- fol-
articU appearing in a
rectn number of the Jewish
Forum.
Young Israel in the
Communitj
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fel citous exj
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How wei our mo:: .: he
ren. and the he*: the
children unto their sires.*' is
gaining ground, can be glean-
from the fact that one of
tRe most venerable and prom-
inent spiritual leaders in
New York City, one who has
an immense following, fer-
venly asked that he become
the rabbi of one of our eon-
tient organisations; stat-
ing that he wanted to become
d with a throbbing
-. virile, strong, cou-
rageous, not anxious to
do Jewish work but actually
doing it.
\ unj Israi is serving the
s, i all luca-
ts in
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With th and confi.-
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. ieed a

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any seem, our
among the my
few that strive to prov.d-
with a Jewish educa-
tor...
There is no field in Jewish
endeavor in which Young fa-
rael does not interest itselt.
Calls are continually being
made upon us to assist in
this or that cause. There is
hardly a single national or
local movement which doi -
not ask the co-operation of
Young Israel. In the field of
charity and social work.
Young Israel stands high.
Witness, Zionistic and Yeshi-
vah work: seminary and Tal-
mud Torah work: aid to the
poor and needy. Social service
work is being done continually
and taken care oi in gl
measure by the young ladies
affiliated with the movement.
Especially do we realize the
i fficacy of this work during
holiday seasons. Cur head-
quarters are besieged by
many who know that here
honest and generous service
courtesy will be accorded
tin :
Again, is our work recog-
The answer is emphat-
. s! No better com
on for this answer can be
ai by the fact that
>. daily reci ive communica-
in the
Stat< s, and even from
Britian, ask
w to f our
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JewkdUMBS, and live clean,
wholesome. Jewish lives.
THE LITTLE THINGS
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That help aawaag lot.
And little hopes on little
wh
Can hallow ever-
Todav's blue ribboner: "On-
ly young sheiks pn I r the
neck of a chicken."

If women would nay more
attention to reducing their
husband's expenses and
to reducing their bodies they
would get along better.
* *
Once a negro preacher said:
"Me an' de Lord done planned
to convert dis wicked neigh-
borhood, but de Lord seems to
have left hit up to me."
* *
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Ai d dust to dust
Whatcher g
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the
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ace all
much money I
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fold nv.
*nd ha. Irs, M
many bills out of the basket
** ay for
* if you don't like my
way of running my business
'* your bills in
the hasKe:."'
A bank ad urges women
learn the principles of fh
(ial management, so thattM
many apply them in the hoa
But what's the use it" hub
doesn't come across m
enough principal to practj
on ?
* *
One of the bothers of
ing is the trouble of retuj
ing all the things one has
rowed.

Evils cure themselves.
the age that produces
bandits tend to styles u
soon will leave no place
hide a pistol.
* *
We are beginning to a]
pect that the reason rJ
arrive at the truth ab
things so quickly is not u
to their superior intuit*
but to the fact that they j
more questions than men.
* *
CHILLUL HASHEMI
Jewish Communtiji
-outhern town wm
cently shaken to its vi
at ion.
preacher of the lo
. who was also
instructor of
ral on, had dht
ed his wife, a good mid
' iman, who bad l>o
ive children, and
his irish sen |
A stormy indignation
flock)
ss ways and n
ish the scoundi
- crated the oamM
an ; his peo] le, bn
'. SUggl
I fitting penalty for
ant.
n the disc.
jht, and the air
smoke and n
st members of
gation, a pioneer in 1
and one who hod
ed for years with Goyij
- in and mounted
m. Knowing him to]
end of the miscreant"
hi. the assemblage was
stantly hushed, thinking
might have a message In
him.
"My f#iends." comma*
the leader. "I came here
t to ask for a ;?5O0J
for the Rabbi."
"What, a raise?" ech
the furious congreg
irsting into an uprott
derisive laughter. *'A
- and disgraces his J
munity, and you have thel
ity to ask for a raise!
him. get off the platform!]
"Please let me txpli
pleaded the pioneer, wher
on order was restored.
"When the rabl.i had|
Jewish wife," argued the <
munal leader. "I did not
what the rabbi's salary
But now that he has a Ch
tian wife, it is a "Child
m." a shame and disg
ore gentiles to let a
live in such abject po
and I insist that you raise]
salary by at least $500.r
year."


lay, June 21, 1929
the Jewish floridian
Page 3
SOCIETY
Miss Addie Ross and Miss
i,l Tauber entertained re-
(itly for Miss Ruth Kaplan,
-to-be, with a miscellan-
ys shower at the Alcazar
ltd. Guests were received
.Miss Kaplan, Miss Ross,
Is. J. A. Ross and Mrs. D.
[liuskin, sister of Miss Kap-
Iridge was played during
afternoon and later an ice
irse was served.. High score
bridge was won by Miss
bette Simons and second by
Sydney L. Weintraub.
Is. Harry C. Markle received
id prize.
Quests were Mrs. Herbert
)ler, Mrs. Markle, Miss
rothy Brill, Miss Sari La-
je, Miss Faye Weintraub,
ss Martha Scheinberg, Miss
krcella Seiden, Miss Ger-
Ede Huebsch, Mrs. W. W.
jayne, Mrs. Sol Lutzsky,
A. Weiss, Mrs. Wein-
UD, Miss Harriett Salz-
[g, .Miss Simons, Miss Lau-
jte Simons, Miss Edythe
fez, Mrs. L. Sapero, Miss
irtha Spiegelman, Mrs.
nil Cohen, Miss Rose
irks, .Miss Evelyn Marks,
Ueggie Goldstein, Miss
e eFurr, Miss Jane Lacka-
[/.. Mrs. Joe Weintraub,
is Florence Alpert and Miss
k< [ih ine Ross.
* *
[)r. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
are visiting in Mobile,
. where he will perform
marriage ceremony of his
ice, Miss Helen Hoffman,
Charles Afeitus of Cincin-
[ iom there he will go
attend the graduation ex-
lise of another niece, Miss
|nia Stein, honor student in
of the high schools. Later
will attend the rabbi con-
ation in Cincinnati from
e 26 to July 4, and then
visit in Detroit and other
Ices in the north. They will
turn to Miami in the fall.
* *
Miss Martha Scheinberg
Stanley C. Myers whose
dding was an event of Sun-
were hosts at a dinner
jrty given at the Biscay ne
Mel last evening for mem-
of the wedding party,
lidal decorations were car-
Id out in all of the appoint-
mta and a rainbow color
it-me was used. Gifts for
h attendant were conceal-
cleverly in the floral cen-
rpiece and streamers from
B centerpiece extended to
ph cover.
Uuests included Mr. and
Is. Sol Lutsky, Mr. and Mrs.
pus Hyman, Mr. and Mrs.
N. Morris, Mr. and Mrs.
Slliam Shayne, Miss Marcel-
Seiden, Mrs. Gertrude
lerman, Miss Gertrude Hue-
fch, Miss Faye Weintraub,
be Miriam Scheinberg,
Iron Kanner, Max Goldstein,
|onard Abess, Loupe Ban-
and Joe Scheinberg.
* *
Ira. Irwin Cassel (Mana-
icca) and small son left
fursday night for New York
remain all summer. They
|re accompanied by Mrs.
ssel's mother, Mrs. S.
|cca.
* *
rs. P. Scheinberg was
stess Saturday evening at a
supper bridge for feminine
attendants in the Myers-
Scheinberg wedding at her
home in S. W. Twelfth street.
Out-of-town guests for the
wedding were entertained al-
so. Buffet supper was follow-
ed by bridge.
Mrs. Cecil Myers and Miss
Audrey Myers mother and
sister of the prospective
bridegroom, and Mrs. Sam
Fisk, all of New York, were
present.
Marriage of Miss Martha
Scheinberg, niece of last even-
ing's hostess, and Stanley C.
Myers will be solemnized at
the Biscayne room of the Col-
umbus Hotel at 8 p. m. today
and will be followed by a large
reception.
In addition to the prospec-
tive bridegroom's parents and
sister and Mrs. Fisk, who
have arrived for the cere-
mony, theer will be a group of
guests coming down from W.
Palm Beach this morning.
The group includes Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Kominers, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Fein and Mr. and
Mrs. Cyrus Auginter, all of
W. Palm Beach; Miss Mary
Meyers and Heury Meyers of
New York.
The party last evening for
the bride and her attendants
was the last of numerous in-
teresting pre-nuptial affair.;
which have been given.
* *
Miss Alice Apte, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Apte,
left recently for Atlanta to
spend a short time; from
there she will go to Laurel
Falls Camp, Clayton, Ga. Lat-
er Mr. and Mrs. Apte will
leave for New York and Cana-
da.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Unge/
left Monday for New York
and Maine. In the latter state
they will leave their daughter
Bertha Marshall, who accom-
panied them, at camp. The
Lingers expect to return in
six weeks.
* *
Loyalty club of Emunah
chapter, O. E. S. held a card
party at the home of Ruth
Falkenstein, 566 N. E. Sixty-
fifth street, at 8 p. m. Thurs-
day. Hostesses were Mrs.
Frances Michealson and Mrs.
reSarah Laskey. There were
refreshments and prizes.
* *
Last Saturday afternoon
Mrs. L. Baron entertained for
her sister Miss Natalie Spec-
tor, who graduated from
Ponce de Leon High School
with second highest honors.
The decorations and the tal-
lies were in pastel shades.
Those present were: Miss
Natalie Spector, Mrs. S. J.
Spector, Mrs. Harry Orlin,
Airs. Max Reisman, Miss Bea-
trice Reisman, Miss Selma
Spoont, Miss Rpth Karesh,
Mrs. Sydney Avner, Miss
Ethel Harris.
High score was won by
Mrs. Harry Orlin. Second
prize was won by Miss Ruth
Karesh. and third was won by
Mrs. Sidney Avner.
* *
Miss Edith Silverman left
for an extended visit in New
York.
* *
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
left Monday morning for his
vacation by auto. He is ex-
pected to reach New York
Friday morning. While in
New York he will visit his
parents and on June 30th he
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will be married to Miss Lillian
Rosen of Toronto.
* ?
A Bridge shower was given
Mrs. Charles Markowitz Tues-
day afternoon at Beth David
Talmud Torah building, com-
plimenting her niece, Miss
Rose Marks, who will be mar-
ried July 21 to Louis Rifas,
and was featured by an all-
white decorative scheme.
The bridal motif was ef-
fectively emphasized in a min-
iature "bus" in which a bride
and bridegroom were seated.
A placard "onward bound"
was placed on the bus which
was in the center of a heart-
shaped arch formed of white
blossoms and ferns. Gifts
from the guests were sus-
pended from the arch.
The hostess was gowned in
a flowered chiffon dress and
Miss Marks was attired in a
formal afternoon frock. Her
Mother, Mrs. Herman Marks
wore an all-lace model.
A group of girls in pastel-
shaded gowns who assisted in
serving were Miss Cecile Wol-
kowsky, Miss Evelyn Marks,
Miss Charlotte Soil, Miss Syl-
via Soil and Miss Claire
Hodes. Eighty guests were
present.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Cohen
left for their summer vaca-
tion by auto last Tuesday,
they expect to remain in Hen-
dcisonville, N. C. until the
latter part of September, af-
ter which they will visit
friends and relatives in Phil-
adelphia, returning to Miami
the latter part of October im-
mediately after Succos.
* *
.Mrs. Minnie Feuer is leav-
ing this week for a three
month vacation. She will visit
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her father in Philadelphia and
then go by auto to her sum-
mer home in Michigan City.
She is accompanied on her
trip by three of her sons,
Clarence, Seymour and Mar-
shall.
* *
Mrs. George Cohen of New
York is here on a visit with
parents, Mr. and Mr. Charles
Apetowsky. Mrs. Cohen was
Miss Clara Apetowsky before
her marriage.
*
Mrs. Max Ghertler enter-
tained Wednesday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Dave Letaw
at a luncheon bridgee. Among
those present were: Mrs.
Lewis Brown, Mrs. Isidor Co-
hen, Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs.
Greenfield, Mrs. R. Wolpert,
Mrs. Seiden, Mrs. Chas. Mark-
owitz, Mrs. Morris Dubler,
Mrs. Farkas, Mrs. M. D.
Kirsch, Mrs. Pratt and Mrs.
Rippa.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Snowe
entertained in honor of their
son, a recent arrival from
New York. Among those pre-
sent were: Dr. and Mrs. S.
Aronowitz, Dr. and Mrs. M.
Ghertler, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt,
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Dubler.
(Continued on Page 4)
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 21,
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Beth David
During the absence of Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld, the usual
daily Minyan will be held,
every morning at 7:30 a. m.
and every afternoon at 6:30
p. m. Sunday morning the ser-
vices will begin at 8 a. m. and
Saturday morning the ser-
vices will begin at 9 a. m.
Temple Israel
TF.MPLE ISRAEL.............
During the summer there
will be no services. All ser-
vices will resume in Septem-
ber upon the return of Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
During the summer, the re-
gular Friday evening services
will begin at 6:30 p. m. and
Saturday morning services
will begin at 9 a. m.
SOCIETY
(Continued from Page 3)
Mrs. Mack Greenberg was
hostess Monday at a surprise
bridge party for Mrs. Nat
Zalka, who will leave this
week with her baby daughter
to spend the summer with her
mother in Scranton, Pa.
P'riends gathered at Mrs.
Greenberg's home where, fol-
lowing the games, refresh-
ments were served.
Guests were Mrs. Benjamin
Bell of Chicago, Mrs. F. Caret,
Mrs. G. Golden, Mrs. M.
Klein, Mrs. Harry Orliens,
Mrs. Al Zalka, Mrs. R. A.
Russcol and Mrs. D. S. Rosen-
berg.
Beth Jacob Congregation
Auxiliary of Miami Beach
held a well attended card par-
ty at the Mare Vista Apart-
ments, Monday, June 17th.
Mesdames E. Bernstein and
Silverman were hostesses for
the afternoon. A large cake
donated by the Home Town
Bakery was raffled and was
won by Mrs. J Shapiro, who
immediately the same to the
Talmud Torah. Mrs. J. Caplan
was Chairman of the affair.
*
Mrs. J. Mintzer accompan-
ied by her children are leav-
ing Friday for New York City
where she will visit friends
and relatives. They expect to
be away for about two
months and will then Teturn
to Miami.
* *
Mrs. F. J. Lax of West
Palm Beach is going to Or-
lando to spend several weeks
there. She will receive medi-
cal attention there.
* *
Missess Laurette and Bab-
ette Simons and Louise Salz-
berg were hostesses at a
bridge party at the Columbus
hotel, Tuesday night in honor
of Miss Rose Marks, bride-
elect of Louis B. Rifas, and
Miss Rose Furr of Washing-
ton, D. C, who is the guest
of Miss Reggie Goldstein.
Bridge tables were arrang-
ed in the hotel lounge, and
late in the evening a two-
course supper was served.
Winner of high score was
Miss Flo Alpert; second prize
Mrs. William Shayne, and
Miss Gena Lockowitz was
awarded consolation prize.
Guest prizes were presented
to the honor guests and Miss
Ruth Kaplan.
Other guests were: Miss
Faye Weintraub, Miss Ger-
trude Huebsch, Miss Helen
Farkas, Miss Martha Speigle-
man, Miss Ann Speigleman,
Miss Evelyn Marks, Miss
Thelma Samet, Miss Adalyn
Ross, Miss Josephine Ross,
Miss Dorothy Brice, Miss
Norma Wolf, Miss Sari Le-
vine. Miss Marie Seiden, Mis>
Florenz Alpert, Miss Irene
Hamel, Mis.s Reba Engler,
Miss Sylvia Katz, Miss Reggie
Goldstein, Mrs. Sol Lutsky,
.Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, Mrs.
B. Salzberg, Mrs. Sidney Av-
ner, Mrs. Jasper Cromer, Mrs.
Albert Seiden, Mrs. Edward
Wexler, Mrs. B. Goldstein,
Mrs. A. Marks, Mrs. A. Sim-
ons. Mrs. Herbert Sepler, Mrs.
George Cohen and Mrs. P. D.
Rasolio.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.
Fields and son, Joseph, will
leave today by automobile fo r
Hendersonville, N. C, where
Joseph will enter a camp. Mr.
and Mrs. Fields will motor on
to points in New York and
Canada, returning by way of
Hendersonville. to join their
son, who will return to Miami
with them in the fall.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown
have had as their guests for
several weeks their son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Brown, and daugh-
ter, Virginia, of Birmingham,
Ala.
* *
Mrs. Adele Vince Rose en-
tertained at her home in Cor-
al Gables for members of the
Fortnightly Book Review
club recently. "Brook Evans."
by Susan Glaspell, was re-
viewed. Members present
were: Mrs. Henry Berg, Mrs.
I. A. Russcol, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph S. Fields, Miss Raye
Rosengarten, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Goldstein, Mrs. Harry
Orlin, Mrs. Rosengarten and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose.
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Amidst Scene
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( Continued from Page 1)
the group carried pink prc-
meir roses tied with stream-
ers in contrasting shade to
her gown. Shoes matched the
frocks.
Mrs. William Shayne wore
heliotrope: Miss Faye Wein-
traub was in capucine: Mis<
Miriam Schienberg in blue;
Miss Gertrude Huebsch in yel-
low: Mrs. J. X. Morris in or-
chid and Mrs. Gertrude Sher-
Mendel Scheinberg was gown-
ed in a robe de style of white
satin with a long skirt oi
tulle, which was interpreted
with a very uneven hemline,
short in front and long in the
back, and having for its de-
coration small applications Ol
satin. The bascjue bodice was
completed by a tulle yoke with
seed pearl trimming around
the neck. Long satin sleeves
completed the gown. She brid-
al veil fell from a small fitted
cay which was encrustde with
pearls. Clusters of orange
blossoms at the neck line ser-
ved as further decoration. A
.small, loose, face veil, and
man in chartreuse. Each at-
tendant wore a necklace ol
crystal rondels, the gift of the
bride.
The flower girls, Dorothv
Morris and Lillian Relman,
wore frocks of georgette in
pink and green fashioned with
ruffles and finished at the
neck with berthas. The ring
bearer, Peritz Scheinberg,
wore a white satin tuxedo
suit.
Best man was Louis Hei-
man. Groomsmen were Wil-
liam Shayne, Max Goldstein,
Jo Scheinberg, Aaron Kan-
ner, Joe Morris and Leonard
Abbess, Ushers were Abe
Aronovitz, Sol Lutsky, Leo
Ackerman, Baron de Hirsch-
meyer, Ellard Kohn and Max-
well Miller.
Feminine atendants and
groomsmentraversed the aisle
preceding the bride, and re-
turned to stand at intervals
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along the way at the bride
PaAedreception and dancing
followed the ceremony, ine
bride's mother Mrs. Mendel
Scheinberg, who received,
wore white chiffon fashioned
with a long skirt, depending
,-,. ..rnament on a girdle! Ol
balck and white beads. Her
coraage was of red premier
roses and lilliea ol the vallev .
The bridegroom's mother,
Mrs. Cecil Myers oi New
York, wore a handsome model
pailleted in green. Her flowers
were a corsage of pink l>n'-
mier roses and lilliea oi the
valley. ,,. .
The tiered wedding cane,
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which was placed in the
ter of the bride's table
decorated with miniature i
licas of the wedding ,
beginning with the bride,
bridegroom for the top u
Punch bowls were placed]
either end of the board. !
Mr. and Mrs. Myers leftj
a honeymoon trip to Cam
with stops at Asheville,
lanta and New York, fofl
ing the reception.
Those present included I
presentatives of every Je,
organization in Miami,
was representative of'
Jewish communities ofn
Miami Beach and West
Beach.
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Phones s.">o:s 22168
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Phone 81553
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