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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 )
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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).
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Preceded by: Jewish unity
Preceded by: Jewish weekly
Succeeded by: Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
wJewish FiofiJi&m
II.NO. XXVII.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, JUNE 28, 1929
Price 5 Cents
EN'S CLUB RE-ORGANIZES
icers Chosen
it Meeting of
,ocal Civic Body
of the most enthusias-
attended meetings of
years in Miami was
arganization meeting of
Club of Miami, held
Wednesday night at the
ime Masonic Hall. Quite
iber of the old members
le Club attended even
but a short notice of
twelve hours had been
them. Nine new mem-
kpplied and were elected
gmbership and will be
initiated at a future
rig of the Club.
St the formal motion to
ini/.e had been adopted
[residing officer Mr. J.
IShochet was directed to
it a nominating commit-
recommend officers and
tors to serve until the
election of the organ-
to be held in Novem-
fhe nominating commit-
fconsisted of Mr. Abe
bwitz, Mr. I. Lasky, Mr.
jLear, Mr. Herbert E.
and Mr. S. J. Spector.
work of the Club was
[ed and then the report
_ nominating committee
presented by Mr. Scher.
quite a lengthy discus-
^he report of the Corn-
was unanimously
ed and the following of-
were elected: President
^be Aronowitz, 1st Vice
J. Louis Shochet; 2nd.
^es., in charge of mem-
Ip, I Lasky; 3rd. Vice
[in charge of Entertain-
Jack Lear; 4th Vice
lin charge of Boys Work,
>y C. Myers, 5th. Vice
in charge of Charity
S. J. Spector, 6th Vice
.. charge of Civic Work,
ix Goldstein; and 7th.
'res. in charge of Relig-
Vork, Mr. John Wolf;
Goldman, Treas.;
Tobin, Secretary; and
alka, Sgt.-at-Arms.
following Executive
was elected: Harry
.., Herbert E. Scher, I.
sr, P. Scheinberg, Nath-
Selman, A. Rauzin, Mor-
Ibin, Abe Kurman, H. H.
fjake Brown, Norman J.
, Dr. M. D. Kirsch, A.
iter, Lewis Brown, Jos.
le, and Nat Williams.
Abe Aronowitz, well
attorney of this city
|was elected President
imediately inducted in-
Ice and made a splendid
accepting the office
|edging his active aid to-
rebuilding the Club as
egral factor in the life
City of Miami and
illy in the life of the
_ citizens of the city.
Bral of the other offi-
ledged their efforts and
j cooperation.
\as decided to hold a big
Rabbi's Wedding
Is Event of Sunday
On Sunday next, June 30th,
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld of
Beth David will be married to
Miss Lillian Rosen of Toronto,
Canada, at the Congregation
Bnai Israel in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Immediately after the cere-
mony at which some of the
most prominent Rabbis of
New York City will partici-
pate in, there will be a recep-
tion for the immediate friends
of the two families at Gar-
feins Banquet Hall, 10 Avenue
A, New York City.
Quite a large wedding party
arrived last week from Toron-
to to be present at the nup-
tials.
The Rabbi and his bride
have known each other since
early childhood, both having
been born in Toronto, and
having attended school to-
gether. The friendship of
years ripened into a real ro-
mance and last year they were
engaged. Rabbi Weisfeld and
his bride expect to spend their
honeymoon in Atlantic City
and Toronto and will motor
back to Miami.
Probably the only Miami-
ans who will be present at the
ceremony and reception are
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers who are spending their
honeymoon in New York City.
Jewish Communal
Worker Elected to
Civic Office Here
Mr. Day J. Apte, one of the
prominent Jewish merchants
of this City was elected Secre-
tary of the reorganized Cham-
ber of Commerce last week.
In addition to his activities in
the general civic work of the
City, Mr. Apte is President of
Temple Israel to which he was
recently re-elected for a sec-
ond term, and President of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau to
which organization he has de-
voted considerable time ana
energy. He is also a member
of the Executive Board of the
Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion of which he was treasur-
er for a number of years.
Benefit Dance
To Be Held Sun.
The Friendship League is
to be the host at a large Ben-
efit Dance to be held this com-
ing Sunday evening, June 30,
at the Talmud Torah Auditor-
ium, on Northwest Third Ave.
and Second Street at 8 p. m.
Since the total proceeds will
go to the Scholarship Fund of
the Talmud Torah to help pay
the tuition of deserving chil-
dren quite a large number of
guests are expected to be pre-
sent to help swell the" pro-
ceeds. The W. I. O. D. Orches-
tra will furnish the music and
a good time is promised all.
get-to-gether for the members
and their wives at one of the
Beach casinos, within the
next month. The exact details
will be announced at a very
early date and all the mem-
bers will be advised in ad-
vance.
Members of the organiza-
tion are asked to communi-
cate with the Secretary, Mr.
Tobin, or the Chairman of the
Membership Committee, Mr.
I. Lasky, so that they may re-
ceive full information and
give their correct addresses
so they may receive the mail
addressed to them. The Exec-
utive Board will shortly hold
a meeting to begin local activ-
ities.
Arbeiter School
Holds Picnic
The children attending the
Arbeiter Ring (Workman's
Circle) school were given a
real treat when they were
taken to the Hollywood Cas-
ino and pools last Friday, on
the annual picnic of the
school in trucks and cars pro-
vided by the members. More
than forty children were pre-
sent and took part in the var-
ious games and contests held
under the supervision of their
instructor, Mr. Kaplan.
The Committee in charge
consisted of Mrs. Rose Shand-
loff, Mrs. Touby, Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Rose, Mrs. D. Gross and oth-
ers. A luncheon and other re-
freshments were served
Joe Fine To Be
Urged Epr Office
At a meeting of more than
forty of the Jewish citizens
of Miami held last week, re-
presenting the leaders of the
Jewish community of Miami,
many of them substantial tax
payers of Miami and Dade
County, it was decided to urge
upon the City Commissioners
of Miami that Mr. Joseph M.
Fine be appointed by them to
office under the new City
administration.
Mr. Fine has been one of
the most active communal
workers amongst the Jewish
citizens of Miami, for the past
four years being First Vice
President of Beth David Syn-
agogue. He is an active mem-
ber of the Mens Club of Mi-
ami, the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, the Biscayne Masonic
Lodge, the Knights of Pyth-
ias, one of the officers of the
Emunah Chapter of the East-
ern Star, a member of the Ma-
hi Temple of the Shrine, and
a member of the Knights of
Pythias. He was for a long
time a member of the Demo-
cratic County Committee and
has been active in Democratic
councils for a long time. Prior
to his coming to Miami he was
a citizen of Key West.
His appointment to office
would be enthusiastically re-
ceived, not only by the Jewish
citizens of Miami but by the
entire citizenry of the City.
Hadassah Flower
Day Next Week
The National Fund Flower
Day which was scheduled to
have taken place June 9th,
and which was postponed will
begin Tuesday next, July 2nd,
and will continue through
Wednesday and Thursday, be-
cause of Thursday being a leg-
al Holiday. Mrs. Henry Seit-
lin will again be Chairlady of
the Committee this year and
will be ably assisted by Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff, Mrs. Louis
Zeientz, Mrs. Abe Aronowitz,
Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, Mrs. Mor-
ris Dubler, Miss Beatrice Sil-
ver and Miss Sophie Neham.
The committee will cam-
paign through the entire bus-
iness district and will have as
its headquarters the offices
of the local Zionist District,
507 Lawyers Bldg.
The proceeds will be sent
on behalf of the local chap-
ter of the Hadassah to the
Jewish National Fund. The
Chairman of the local Jew-
ish National Fund Committee
for Hadassah is Mrs. Morris
Dubler.
Judgement Ren-
dered Against
Pledger to Charity
A judgement against Leon
Phillips, president of S. Phil-
lips & Son, 500 Seventh Ave.
New York, was granted in
Municipal Court, Part Two,
by Judge Myron Sulzberger
to the United Jewish Cam-
paign on account of a pledge
for ?500 which the defendant
signed during the drive in
May 1926.
The defense submitted was
that the defendant thought he
was subscribing to the Feder-
ation for the Support of Jew-
ish Philanthropic Societies. It
was found that he had never
made a payment or pledge to
the Federation.
The United Jewish Cam-
paign is the agency through
which the Joint Distribution
Committee raises funds in
this country for the recon-
structive relief of the impov-
erished Jews of Eastern Eu-
rope and Palestine. In a drfrve
in New York in 1926, for
?6,000,000, subscriptions were
obtained from 40,000 contri-
butors on which 5,700,000 has
already been paid.
Boy Wins Honors
At Sunday School
Due to an error the name of
Louis Seitlin was inadvertant-
ly omitted from the list of
those attaining honors at the
graduation and promotion ex-
ercises of Beth David Sunday
School held two weeks ago.
Louis who is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Seitlin long
time residents and active
workers in the Jewish Com-
munity and especially Zionist
activities of Miami has the
distinction of having receiv-
ed the only perfect mark in
the school. Louis is a member
of the Boy Scout Troop, of the
Bar Mitzva Boys Breakfast
Club and attends the Senior
High School as well as the
Beth David Talmud Torah.
Meeting of Bnai
Brith Postponed
The Sholom Lodge, local
chapter of Bnai Brith ha.
postponed the meeting sched-
uled for next Thursday be-
cause of its being July 4th. A
Legal Holiday. Announcement
will be made in these columns
of the next meeting.
School Children to
Graduate Sunday
The Arbeiter Ring School
will hold graduation and pro-
motion exercises next Sunday
evening, at 8 p. m., at which
time the School will close for
a one month's vacation.
The students will partici-
pate in the literary and musi-
cal program to be given under
the auspices of their instruc-
tor Mr. Caplan. Dr. Halpern
Chairman of the School Com-
mittee will preside.
The evening which pro-
mises to be a treat especially
to those who enjoy Yiddish,
will be held at the Workmen's
Circle Hall, 701 N. W. 5th
ave.
Friendship League
To Present Drama
So that the members may
be entertained the Dramatics
Committee headed by Myer
Grossman, its Chairman, has
arranged for a series of five
to ten minute dramas. The
members will take part in
these dramatic sketches and
will be coached by Miss
Ghizella Klein, formerly of
Los Angeles and now of this
City.
The first of the sketches
will be presented next Tues-
day night at the Talmud To-
rah auditorium and those tak-
ing part in the first sketches
will be Miss Elsie Weinber-
ger and Mr. Myer Grossman.
-TT~


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Pa*re 2
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, J\

ii

THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
At M-attl. Florida
ISnBOg Genpn^y
A Wettif Newspaper
jv Tkt Jeanh FVaridia:
02 S. W i-
Pawn -"4r
RIAL STAFF
J. L R BEN DOEOM
A CHOCHOM A S. ASHEE
BE YOURSELVES!
W--1 e i
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e Jew ;r. en rj ansi
e word.
a-
- a i ( the
-
iev s witl
Je* : ar-
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Jews, f hom
e r i. t --:-. era) -*..-..- .-
=.-: Una be-
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printed a:
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we B -.
It a -lim.fjcam ab-o that
in three notable in-tance-
hich called for a quick and
decisive -tand on the prin-
ciple- of trood-wilj between
Je- and CkriaHmm. the
Joint Conference *. abso-
-iient. name!?, in the
Ma.v!*na blood libel d'urirg the
la.>t Pre-jdentia] campaim. in
the Kjnjjy Count? Ho>pital in-
cident of to yean nja, and
'r the presentation of the
"King of Kings" and the Pa-
- m Play.
During the pat ^ea.son the
question of the mis^ionan
activities of the constituent
gmpa of the Federal Council
of the Churche- of Christ in
America *a di-cu-.-ed. The
Jeih member- of the Joint
Conference a^ked the Chris-
tin MM of the Commit-
tee on Good-Will a* individ-
to recommend to uch
group- the discontinuance of
the*e missionary activities. To
thi- reque-t the? voted in the
negative. If a- individual*
the? cou.d not discountenance
"MMJ activities, b?
Christian- among the Jew-.
how couid the Jewish MS
ben of the Joint Conference
n Good-Will regard am co-
spcratiTc endeavor between
religion- bodies possible >ince
the integrity and preservation
of the Jewi-h religion were
not accepted as the bais of
tood will?
In this connection, a pos-
sible clue to the doubt of the
further usefulness of the pre-
en! form of cooperation may
be found in several sentence-
from the report of 192S to the
Federal Council of the
Churches of Christ in Amer-
ica .jl 741 by Drs. Anlfcor-v
and Clinch y.
"As a committee nf the
Federal Council of Churche-
of Christ in America. how-
ever, there are vast possibil-
ities- for to practice the
principles of kve in onr rela-
tmns with the Jews. Contacts
and cooperation with Jei-r
croups and organizations rep-
resenting different wings of
Hebrew life and thought and
varied interests have beer
open to the committee in al-
most too great a profusior
daring the last four years of
Hi activities. It is. however.
of the utmost importance that
Christian :t> in America
should have some outpost o'
good-mill, such a< our commit-
tee, seeking understanding
and cooperation with the con-
temporary representatives of
the race and religion of which
Jesus Himself and the proph-
ets ere a part. The very ex-
istence of this committee is a
test! mom of inestimable
*a'ue to the spjnt of Christ
and His modern disciples."
Here is an utterance of un-
usually compelling attention.
all the more significant be-
cause signed by Dr. Alfred
William Anthony and Dr. Ev-
erett R. C. Clinch?, the pre-
sent leader- in the Joint Con-
ference on Good-Will, and me
Jew- roust reckon with it. I>et
-j- note that no direct refer-
ence i made to mi-t-ionary
netivine- to break down Jew-
ish k>?a)t?. but in view of the
vote not to discourage mis-
sionary activities, the state-
ment is not free from the im-
plication that the discussion
or. good-wilL in churches, col-
leges and clubs, the holding of
forums and seminars, the or-
ganization of radio messages.
etc_ under the auspice- of the
Federal Council of the
Churches of Christ in Amer-
ica are done in the spirit of
Jesus to serve Christian ends.
Some of the leaders may per-
sonally refrain from active
-ervice in proselytizing the
Jews, but the? are not averse
to having others folio* in the
trocession to look after such
details. Rabbi Foster con-
cludes.
it mj Miam-
.ar. Jen I recent-
ly Dr. Clinch? wa.- a .
alien a good-will -.
that a: a meeting of k
rters and
made the point that R
:er mak- hia article.
- point was very quickly
d by President A
of the University of Mar. .
who presided. And naturally.
j ever came out of the
conference.
Need we add any more ? We
ectfully refer the article
of Dr. Foster for thorough
.study and mature reflection
to those of our Miami Jewish
Community who feels that
the acme of attainment con-
sists of K 0 W T 0 W I N I
ever? principle I of
Jadaisrr 7 --ose whose ideal
: perfect! L- "
agexnent of Sreng poei
-Jew- r
?pectfulry suggest.....-
Be- Yunat Jew*:
I WOULD REPLY
ar:
a Jew.
Of ra wn-
I v a- H-..
W-
Ii t a stigma 1
W-- H a preachi
Ga!
"trhat
- Jew has a ::'." I
would repiy:
- m :' '
w_ Him in yean
,- r y.
-.- roke the gyvet t
A: the world
cult
I Why. -
_ -
I .*. -:-
'.: :. shimsa with j^.tar-
-
.
'
THE SICK
'''' -.' :. -
ar 1 he
And 1 Stay
chert is bed."
-- ar. : pi
a-
- ms 1 ike a fl
: lead;
V mil
I
a re for a m
ci\-.z a::.
Are the r lea : love and
ieea I
THE GOOD FRIENDS .
call.
Two Scot.-, with only a few
tweer. tr.-rr.. war.:-
a neighboring
town ieea fair, so tl
hoof .t" a.', og the
rajhrar track, and save car-
While walking alon-
-".ed a browr. rottle ly-
. bed. The
-..: in .*.. sad maa hah
" tents. Sandy .-ampled
it to Doi.
pronounced it g
turned it to Sandy. And
- it passed I a k and I
(empty.
rr a while -
' chest arc: said: "Don-
. aein'
the morrow'. rm

Pm gaein' to buy all the rail-
8 tlar.d. a I
l, sll th< stt-am-
everything. What d've
k o' that ?*'
Donald eyed his companion
aragingly. and a:.-
Yere crackit I Ye Ye canna
do :
"An" why not?" persisted
Sandy.
"Because." replied Donald,
curtly, but with grave delib-
eration. -I willna sell."
GtAOM
CHASER
at it the r sibflity
-- upon suspenders,
& -r straps and safety
I.
\W an: de darkey -
nd:
eal '. v,-,rl
end,
; pin' vk&&
Nuffil do but eat. eat.
eat,
Wa- .1 luve you
ive in two.
Aj -' a- >' vine twines
de .-tump.
Y j i' dariin' ,-ugar
. ..tip.
II.
Wa: g Iness me-
it thing 1 see.
You -- darkey's ehi<
aelight,
Ah 11 see you later some dark
night.
Watermelon. Men' ob
mine,
:. a trailin'
ine,
You am summer's grande.-t
treat,
An' i .v- .ar:- to cat. cat, cat.
Did ever know a fat
man who was out of work'.'
.-. g j ; example is mure ef-
. a sermon.
N thing rises to the sue-
:a^c quicker than a complaint.
Pleasure butts in even
ere everything \$ suposed
l usmess.
I can't thinK : anything
mo. than an argument
auout a hist l.
ing your first game of
is equivalent to having
garnisheed for the
rest : j mr life.
A usiness man succeeds in
proport i i his ability to
satisfj the di sires of his cus-
tom*
Our id mean husband
tds candy to his
wife when she's on a rapid re-
ducing diet.
^ Para ucal, but it takes a
!' a record.
W ve grows cold try
'11s for his 8UD-
H*ts : I the main
cost for married
can reach
wa hunt lea the
arth.
milkman sees a lot of
'- - 's : saying mi
al out.
o
Rouge seems to be passing
friends,
fellm L that **
v! I,hahS a" trior tlm^han
i. th U,.Jdo!?8 nything
There was an old n 1
Duluth J
Asked s dentist to
tooth.
He -aid. "Ill not t
She said. "Oh. von*
you
Go onare vou tell
truth?"
Most wives let thekl
bands pick their ow-|
the wives contenting
selves with picking the]
et.
Just listen to me, singfe'
fellows.
If for a wife you sh
look.
Don't pass up the girli
eats onions
The chances are she'jJ
good cook.
The June rose, is H
thorns, while the June I
is full of pins.
Herbert Bayer, in hisj
sonville Traction Cos
Palm Leaf, says girls'
be taught to dot their\
and cross their "t's".
they wink their eyal
cross their knee.-.
Tampa preacher says I
full of sunback froclul
bare knees. Then hellisi
what more attractive i
have always thaoughtitj
Fashions may change,!
preachers never do. Ounj
pectation is that well I
few preachers down
too!
The more the ape trsj
ape human beings, the I
of an ape is he.
He who disregards tbe|
der is pretty sure to su
wreck.
The most dangerous i
the world is he who
a saint when he isn't.
The fly on top of thej
thinks he is kicking upi
dust than the car itself. |
She who spends tool
time looking in the mir
only time for reflection. I
It's a good plan to doi
courting at the seaside!
write your promises ii|
sand.
The pawnbroker's face
To his fellow creatun
Always posse--
Redeeming features.
Angry wife Kernel
we were married by a.
ol the peace.
Sarcastic Husband-fl
and I've had neither ]i
nor peace since.
One of our local M
men told his wife tkr
wouldn't be home until I
night and she resp
"Can I depend on that.
The chief trouble wiUJ
mer is the heat '*
come along in winter
when we really need it.


Friday, June 28,1929
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page 3
Friends and relatives of
iMiss Hattie Gerschow and
[Jake Hirsch, both of Atlanta,
|Ga., who are to be married
^Thursday evening at the At-
lanta Woman's Club, will be
interested to learn that they
[will spend their honeymoon
{in Miami as house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz
$45 S. W. Fifth avenue, who
ire planning several social
Functions for them.
Miss Gerschow is socially
irominent in Atlanta. She is
graduate of Agnes Scott
College of Decatur, Ga., and
an active member of the
tlpha Sigma Kappa sorority.
Ir. Hirsch attended the Uni-
jrsity of Georgia and is a
lember of the Tau Epsilon
'hi fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E.
Cleiman left yesterday for an
Lxtended motor trip. They will
|top at French Lick Springs
for a few weeks and from
lere will motor through the
iorth and Canada before re-
lrning to Miami in Septem-
|er.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolf-
>n left last night for New
)rk where they will sail on
le SS Statendam for an ex-
ended tour of Czechoslovakia,
jermany, Switzerland and
[ranee. They will return the
^tter part of September on
ie Aquitania. They will be
kined the early part of Sep-
ember in Paris by their son
fr. Wm. L. Wolfson and his
imily.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Rus-
and daughter, Charlyne,
*ve gone to New York for a
lonth's visit. The trip was
lade by auto.
*
[ Mrs. Saul S. Cohen of 1929
W. Fourteenth terrace, en-
|rtained for her mother, Mrs.
ury V. Simons, at a sur-
ise party recently.
[Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
)rdon Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
irman Mirsky, Mr. and Mrs.
irman Walkowsky, Dr. and
rs. A. Freidman, Mr. and
rs. Sam Cohen, Mr. and Mrs.
paries Peyser, Mr. and Mrs.
seph Cohen, Mr. and Mrs.
>t Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
ientz, Mr. and Mrs. H. I.
^ma, Ed. Huleson, Morris
jintraub, Jules Mendelsohn,
Babette Simons, Miss
sella Bernstein, Mr. and
Louis Swetman, Mrs.
Ibert Salzman and Mrs. Lou
K'is.
*
Irs. Leo Riser left Friday
New York to spend several
hiths on a vacation. Mrs.
ler, secretary-treasurer of
King
Undertaking Co.
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the Loyalty club of Emunah
Chapter 175, O. E. S., will be
relieved during her absence by
Miss Anne Kirchik, who will
serve as secretary, and Mrs.
Lena Simmons, who will sub-
stitute as treasurer.
* *
Members of the Loyalty
club auxilliary of Emunah
Chapter 175, 0. E. S., were
entertained Thursday night
with a delightful card party
at the home of Miss B. Fal-
kenstein, 566 N. E. 65th St.
Mrs. Sarah Lasky and Mrs.
Francis Michaelson acted as
joint hostesses.
High score prizes for bridge
were awarded Mrs. Ella
Wolfe, Mrs. L. Alpert and
Mrs. S. Bacher. Mrs. Ella
Kiser, Mrs. Van Dyke and
Mrs. Lena Simmons won oth-
er prizes. Cakes were donated
by Mrs. Frank Michaelson
and Mrs. F. Bacher.
Guests were Miss Ann Kir-
chik, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Myerson,
Mrs. Estelle Blunker, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Kiser, Mr. and Mrs.
Van Dyke, Mrs. Ella Kahn,
Mr. and Mrs. Michaelson, J.
H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Fal-
kenstein, Mrs. Harkins, Mrs.
Williams and Mrs. Friedman.
The Wednesday afternoon
bridge club met at the home
of Mrs. Milton Weiner, of S.
W. 13th Avenue. The guests
comprising the club are: Mes-
dames Sydney H. Palmer, Sue
Shachter, Zena Lear, Reba
Hayman, Rose Spitzer, Reba
Tobin, Frances Orlin, and Lee
Weiner. The first prize went
to Mrs. Sue Schachter.
The next meeting will be
held at the Granada Hotel
with Mrs. Reba Hayman as
hostess.
* *
The Beth David Sisterhood
held a very splendidly attend-
ed card party in the auditor-
ium of the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah, last Tuesday af-
ternoon. The hostesses for
the afternoon were Mrs. Dave
Kahn and Mrs. B. Bernstein.
Among those who were a-
warded prizes for high score
were: Mrs. Chas. Markowitz,
Mrs. L. Gottesman, Mrs. P.
Rappaport, Mrs. M. Golden-
blank, Mrs. Al Berger, Mrs. J.
Caplan. Mrs. S. Mechlowitz
was the lucky winner of a
large cake which was raffled
during the afternoon. The
cake was donated by Mrs.
Max Ghertler. At a late hour
a delicious ice course was
served.
The next card party will be
held on Tuesday evening, July
9th, at 8 o'clock, and Mrs. Moe
Rippa, Mrs. Abe Aronowitz
and Mrs. Meyer Friedman
will be the hostesses for the
affair.
* ?
Mr. Jack Adelman who was
seriously ill at the Jackson
Memorial Hospital was dis-
charged from the Hospital
last Sunday and is now rapid-
ly convalescing at his home,
to the delight of his many
friends.

Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Rosen-
dorf of Miami Beach left yes-
terday for Richmond, Va.,
where they will visit Mrs.
Binswanger, mother of Mrs.
Rosendorf.
* *
Mrs. Louis Peretzman and
children have returned home
after spending a brief vaca-
tion with Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Peretzman.

Mr. Chas. Peretzman of
1042 S. W. 3rd Ave. left on
a motor trip to Tampa.
* ?
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
Klein plan to leave Sunday for
an extended trip to Canad;;,
and the north.
* *
Mrs. L. R. Roth and daugh-
ter returned Monday from
several weeks' visit in Savan-
nah.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Pallot
celebrated their tenth wed-
ding anniversary with a buf-
fet supper and bridge party
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Guests included: Mr. and
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L. Pallot, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Schulman, Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Klein, Mr. and Mrs. D. Broth-
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* *
Gertrude Huebsch, Rose
Shayne and Marcella Seiden,
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Miami and members of the
Upsilon Lambdu Phi sorority
left Tuesday on a motor tour
which will take them to Chi-
cago, through Yellowstone
National park and to Los An-
geles. They expect to return
to Miami about the first week
in September.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin
and sons, Edward and William
and Mr. Rubin's mother, Mrs.
J. Rubin, will leave soon by
motor for Monticello, N. Y., to
spend the summer.
*
Mr. Nathan Goldman left
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and vicinity. He is expected
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*
Mr. Henry Rudich is away
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* *
Mrs. George L. Cohen, who
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* *
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
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honeymoon in New York
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ter received from them by the
editor are greatly enjoying
their stay.
* *
Miss Hannah Mack enter-
tained a small party of close
friends at her home, Wednes-
day evening, and bridge was
played. Those present in ad-
dition to the Hostess were:
Miss Sally Mack, Miss Minnie
Blanck and Miss Sarah
Shochet. At a late hour re-
freshments were served.
*
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aron-
owitz entertained at dinner
last week at their home in
Shenandoah in honor of Mrs.
Wilder and daughter, Eleanor,
of Birmingham, Ala., and
Mrs. Terry Weinberg of
Stanford, Fla. A small num-
ber of guests were present.
* *
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN _
Friday, June 28, IS
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
Summer services will be
conducted at Temple Israel
during the absence of Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan by Mr.
Louis Zeientz, a member of
the Temple Board. Services
will begin at 8 p. m. and will
be conducted in the usual
manner. All are invited to at-
tend.
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)
Nathan Aronowitz, the son
and Daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Aronowitz are visit-
ing their grandparents in Key
West, Fla., and while there
have been entertained at a
large number of beach parties
and other events.
*
Mrs. Morris Dubler, of 1274
S. VV. 3rd St., entertained at
luncheon bridge, on Wednes-
day, June 26, at which the fol-
lowing were her guests: The
Mesdames Harry Farr, Bea-
trice Shaff, Jos. Bernstein,
M Scheinberg, Lewis Brown,
Max Ghertler, Isidore Cohen,
Morris Aronowitz, Sam Aron-
owitz, Al Seiden, A. Freed-
man, M. B. Frank, Morris
Dubler, and Mrs. Weinberg of
Key West, Fla. First prize
was won by Mrs. H. Farr, 2nd
prize by Mrs. Isidore Cohen,
and consolation prize by Mrs.
Lewis Brown. During the af-
ternoon refreshments were
served, and a good time was
enjoyed by all.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seiden,
of 1816 S. W. 11th Terrace,
have as iheir guest their son
who is here on a vacation
from Chicago.
* *
Mrs. H. H. Farr is now con-
valescing from a protracted
illness which confined her to
her home for the past two
months.
* *
Mr. Sam Bloom owner of
the Bloom Auto Parts Co. and
for the past several years a
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noon. They will make their
home in Miami.
*
Mrs. Louis Hayman enter-
tained the Wednesday After-
noon Card club at luncheon at
the Biscayne room, Columbus
Hotel, Wednesday afternoon.
Vari-colored zenias were ar-
ranged in a low bowl as a
centerpiece for the table. Fol-
lowing luncheon the guests
enjoyed bridge.
Attending were Mrs. S. H.
Pamer, Mrs. J. Lear, Mrs. H.
Spitzer, Mrs. H. Orlin, Mrs.
N. Weiner, Mrs. S. Schachter
and Mrs. O. F. Tobin.
* *
Mrs. J. B. Berner is con-
fined to her home in the Mare
Vista Apartments, Miami
Beach, due to a slight illness.
She is expected to be out
about the early part of next
week.
*
Mr. Morton Fagan, the gen-
ial proprietor of the Palatial
Kosher Restaurant, and his
family are leaving for a motor
trip to Chicago to visit the
father of Mr. Fagan after
which they will go to Hunter,
N. Y., to spend a brief vaca-
tion. They will return to Mi-
ami about September 1st.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn,
and their son Arthur are
leaving for a trip to New
York and Boston the early
part of next week, and expect
to spend about thirty days on
their vacation. They will
motor North. Mr. Kahn is well
known in local insurance cir-
cles. Mrs. Kahn is very active
in the affairs of the Emunah
Chapter of the Eastern Star,
and in the Beth David Sister-
hood. Their son, Arthur has
been one of the star students
of the Beth David Sunday
School having won highest
honors the past two years.
* *
The many friends of Mr. P.
M. Rosengarten are delighted
that he is back with us once
again after spending about 6
weeks in the North. While in
the North he visited his
daughter who had been ser-
iously ill.
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Miss Esther V. Shochet cel-
ebrated her seventh birthday
with a kid's party at her
home in Riverside. Games
were played and refreshments
were then served. A large
birthday cake was cut.
* *
Dr. M. Lustgarten will
leave shortly for New York
Cit ywhere he will take a post
graduate course in several of
New York City's leading hos-
pitals.
* *
Mrs. Abe Kurman enter-
tained at bridge and pinochle
last week. Amongst those
present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Harrv Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Kurman, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Small, and Mr. Dan
Ruskin, At a late hour re-
freshments were served.
*
Mr. Dave Kahn accompani-
ed by Mr. I. Lasky made a
trip to Everglades City, last
Thursday and in addition to
the business for which they
went had quite an enjoyable
trip.
*
Miss Minna Lesnoff of 1037
N. W. First St. entertained
at a dance last Sunday night,
at her home and quite a splen-
did time was spent by all. At
a late hour refreshments were
served.
Among those present were:
Misses Jene Mohilner, Lillian
Dock, Elsie Weinberger, Ann
Simon, Ann Kirchik, Fay
Werner and Minna Lesnoff,
Messrs. Lew Nankin, Meyer
Leibovitt, Sam Urease, Ben
Vazon, Ernest Weinkle, Mau-
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