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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 19, 1929

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 19, 1929

Subjects

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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).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00868

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

Full Text
wJewish Floridiaiin
mi, II.NO. XXX.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, JULY 19, 19L'
Price 5 Cents
LAN WELCOME RECEPTION
Welcoming Recep-
tion Planned for
Rabbi and Bride
At a special meeting of
J David Sisterhood great
jnthusiasm was evoked by a
lesolution which was unani-
jously adopted to provide a
irge reception in honor of
; i [srael II. Weisfeld and
- bride upon their return
i .Miami within the next two
;s. A commit tec was ap-
jrinted which will be in charge
It Mesdames Meyer Friedman
|i;i| .1. Simpson, and accord-
V:' to some of the plans out-
l 'he reception will be held
he Auditorium of the Tal-
lud Torah and in addition to
i ti rtainera and the formal
|reetinga will be followed by a
, .lance for all the mem-
h. and their wives. Definite
i iuncement of the time is
waiting the receipt of the ex-
[( date of the Rabbi's return
Miami. Those desiring to
ike part are urge dto gel in
I i with the members of
committee.
[etired Pioneer
Merchant Dies
Miami Jewish
Firm Awarded
Hangar Contract
On Monday last the Miami
city commissioners approved
a contract between the city of
Miami and the Florida Iron
and Equipment (' o m p a n y
whereby thi' firm agrees to
remove and erect the Key
West dirigible hangar here
within three months at a cost
not to exceed $33,500.
Actual cost of removing and
re-erecting the building was
estimated at $32,500, while
additional expenses that may
he met in tin' work are not
to exceed si.0(1(1. The hangar
will hi' rebuilt on a 40-acre
I lomon Bowman, jr.. 70, of
|r..', S. YV. Third street, died
' is home Sunday after a
Ing illness. He was a rc-
Irecl business man. He had
pen a resident of Miami for
i past 30 years, coming hero
|om New York City.
lie is the father of Mrs.
U us Damenstein of Miami.
ides Mrs. Damenstein he
,.,,'s the widow, Mrs. Hen-
iita Bowman of Miami: one
in. Leroy S. Bowman oi
Icksonville, and three sis-
is, Miss Mayer Bowman,
fta.Ga., Mrs. James Dondas.
lorgetown, S. C, and Miss
Usy Bowman. Charleston.
C.
lb' was a member oi the
ami lodge of Elks and a
luc lodge Mason.
I Funeral services were coll-
ided Tuesday afternoon m
k chapel of the W. H. Combs
lneral Home and was attend-
by a large number of the
Sends of the Bowman and
imenstein families. Mr.
iuia Zeientz of Temple ls-
,el conducted the services in
b absence of Rabbi Dr. Kap-
I of Temple Israel. The
lami lodge of Elks also took
|rt in the final services. In-
imeiit was at Woodlawn
pnetery in the burial
umds'of Temple Israel.
?wish Boys Win
Varied Honors
Local B'nai Brith
Lodge to Meet
The Sholom Lodge of Bnai
BBrith will hold a social meet-
ing at which all the mambers
and their ladies are urged to
attend and enjoy, on Thurs-
day evening, July 25, at the
Talmud Torah Auditorium at
8 i m. o'clock. A very inter
esting program is being pre
pared by the committee in
charge and. according to the
president of the lodge, Mr.
Lewis Brown, will be a treat
m every way.
'lh,' regular I usiness of the
lodge will be transacted in a
very brief business meeting.
which will | recede the social
meeting.
Men's Club
Acts in Proposed
Child's Hospital
The Men's Club is losing no
time in getting down to work
and again 1 ecoming the active
factor in civic affairs in Mi-
ami that it once was. At the
1 oard meeting held last Wed-
nesday noon at the Biscavne
Inn on X. E. Third St., the
Committee on Hospital was
chosen and instructed to pro-
ceed immediately with a sur-
vey of the situation and to
[..er.are plans for the estab-
lishment of a Children's Hos-
pital in the Greater Miami
District. The committee ap-
pointed consists of Dr. M. D.
FUTURE HOME OF MIAMI AIRCRAFT
Dirigible hangar being erected at Opa-Locka by Florida Iron and Equipment
Company for the City of Miami.
tract near the Opa-Locka golf
course donated to the city by
the Glenn II. Curtisa Proper-
ties.
Mr. Meyer Schwartz is the
head of the Florida Iron and
Equipmenl Company and has
for the past five months la-
bored on this matter. He is
a member of Beth David, of
the Men's Club of Miami and
other local organizations. He
has been prominent in local
metal circles for quite some
time.
Work on tearing down the
structure will be started early
next week and will be shipped
by boat to Miami and erected
here at Opa-Locka by Decem-
ber 1. The hangar is 125 feet
wide, 260 feet long and 85
feet high and was erected by
the federal government in
1917 at a cost of $150,000.
Talmud Torah
Holds Picnic
n the contest conducted by
Federal Government
[rough the Boy Scouts ol
city for the sale of the
patest number of air mad
stamps, Louis Seitlin. a local
Jewish boy. the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Seitlin. prom-
inent in local Zionist circles,
won one of the awards and
will receive an aeroplane ride
free of charge.
The second Jewish boy to
win an award this week was
Ralph Kirsch, who was select-
ed as captain of the Cubs, one
of the ball teams organized at
Flamingo Park. Miami Beach. <>t amusement.
The children of the Beth
David Talmud Torah went on
the second of their summer
schedule picnics last Tuesda\
morning and were taken to
Bardie's Casino by the mem-
bers in charge, consisting of
the two members of the teach-
ing staff of the Talmud Torah
Mess. E. Cordon and I. Hoch-
stein. The ladies assisting
were Mrs. J. Engler, Mrs. E.
C.ordOn and Mrs. I). Kahn.
Various gamfta were played
and contests held.
Cakes, ice cream and drinks
were served to the children
gratis.
The truck to convey th"
children was provide-' .nrough
the courtesy of .r. Nathan
Adelman a member of the
Executive Board of Beth Da-
vid.
Quite a bit of excitement
was caused during the ride to
the Beach when the truck
caught on fire due to defec-
tive cable and wiring. The
blaze was quickly extin-
guished and the incident af-
forded the children quite a bit
Kirsch as Chairman, Mr. Abe
Aronovitz, J. Louis Sho-
chet, Abe Kurman. Charles
Tobin, Jack Lear, A. L. Rant-
er, Lewis Brown and Stanley
C. Myers. Other members will
be added as the work pro-
gresses. Dr. Kirsch has been
invited to address the next
meeting of the Advertising
Club in reference to the Chil-
dren's Hospital sponsored by
the Men's Club of Miami. All
civic and fraternal organiza-
tions of the Greater Miami
District will be invited to co-
operate by sending a delegate
to serve with the Committee
of the Men's Club of Miami.
At this meeting the Build-
ing Committee was authorized
to execute a lease for a large
building to house the Club un-
til such time as the Club will
1 e in a position to erect its
own building. Several build-
ings have been offered and
the most suitable building will
be leased and furnished. It
is confidently expected that
the next large affair will be
held in the home of the Club
and will be in the form of a
ladies' night and housewarm-
ing.
Wedding of
Interest to Be
Held Sunday
A wedding of interest to
the younger set of Miami
Jewry will be held Sunday
evening next when Miss Rose
Marks, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Marks of
this city, will be married to
Mr. Louis B. Kifas. the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas of
Chicago, III., at the home of
the bride's parents, 329 X. E.
35th st. i
Rabbi R. Rachmil of Key
West, a friend of the Rifas
family of long standing, will
perform the ceremony in tl.
absence of Rabbi Weisfeld of
Beth David, according to the
traditional Jewish ritual.
Voi.ng Rifas :< president
of the Miami Title and Ab-
stract Co. of this city and has
been a residenl of Miami for
more than four years, orig-
inally coming to this city with
his parents during l'J'25. In
1926, together with his broth-
er, Hyland Rifas, he formed
the Miami Title and Al stract
Co.. which today is one of th.'
foremost abstract companii-
in Greater Miami.
He is a member of the
Men's Club of Miami, of Beth
David Synagogue and a num-
ber of other fraternal ami
charitable organizations. His
father is very active in the
Jewish communal life of Chi-
cago.
The bride was born in New
York City and came to Key
West some years ago, subse-
quently making her home in
Miami. She is a graduate of
thy Highland Manor School
for Girls of Tarrytown, N. V.,
and later she attended the
University of Alabama and
the University of Miami. She
is a member of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women of
Miami, of the Upslion Lambda
Phi Sorority, and was a mem-
ber of the teachers' staff of
the Temple Israel Sunday
School for some time, and is
a member of the choir of Tem-
ple Israel.
The attendants at the wed-
ding, which will be a home
affair, will be Miss Evelyn
Marks, a sister of the bride,
as maid of honor, and Mr. Hy-
land Rifas, a brother of the
groom, as best man.
Immediately after the cere-
mony the couple will leave on
their honeymoon trip for Chi-
cago to visit with the parents
of the groom, and from there
they will spend some time at
the lake resorts near Chicago,
after which they will return
to Miami.
.



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THE TF.WTSH FLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami, Florida
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
302 S. W. 4th Ave.
Phone 8745
EDITORIAL STAFF
J. LOUIS SCHOCHKT BEN DOROM
A. CHOCHOM A. N. ASHKR
ARE WE AWAKENING?
Frankly, we have watched
with considerable interest the
proceedings of the recent con-
ventions held by the Rabbis
of this country, first that of
the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, the Reform
Wing of Jewry, and lastly that
of the Rabbinical Assembly of
America, the Conservative
wing of Jewry. And, to be
rather frank, we have been
surprised, but nevertheless
pleased.
And, carefully reading the
proceedings of both, we feel
that the Jews of this great
country of ours are at last
AWAKENIXC. Awakening
tD the knowledge that we are
JEWS and that the salvation
of tbe Jews lies in our be-
ing better Jews, and not oth-
erwise.
The Reform Rabbis in un-
masking the Good Will move-
ment deserve unstinted praise,
even though the facts were
prophesied at the beginning
of the movement by those
Jews not of the Reform
movement. And nothing more
pregnant with meaning for
the future of American Juda-
ism to any Jew of understand-
ing can be better expressed
than in the forceful expres-
sion of Louis Marshall. "Let
the Jews become better Jews
and the Christians better
Christians and this will be a
happier world."
So much for the relation*
between Jew and non-Jew.
But how about that be-
tween Jew and Jew? What
about the relationship of Jew
towards his Synagogue, to-
wards his Rabbi, towards each
other?
And so we come to the sec-
ond of the conventions, that
of the Conservative Rabbis.
What about the charge.
"Those controlling the purse
strings are controlling the re-
ligion of our Synagogues"?
Can that be true?
An invasion of secularism
in the synagogue in the I'nit-
ed States has created a men
ace which threatens to drive
out the Jewish God-idea and
hrinj; into Jewish religious
life a confusion unparalleled
in the history of the ancient
Jewish institution. This state-
nt was made by Rabbi Is-
rael Goldstein of New York
at tile second day's session of
annual convention of the
Rabbinical Assembly at the
close of a paper reviewing
present day conditions in the
Synagogue, entitled: "The
Menace of Secularization."
Rabbi Goldstein addressed
mimself particularly to the re-
cent developments in syna-
gogue life and called forth
wide applause on the part of
the majority of the rabbis in
attendance.
Eight factors were enumer-
ated by Rabbi Goldstein as
the causes for this threaten-
ing condition. They are: a
presumptuous lay leadership.
overreaching building ambi-
tion, the institution of the
synagogue center, the apothe-
osis of charity, secular Zion-
ism, secular sermons and can-
tatas, social distinction in the
pew and Babbittry in the pul-
pit. Rabbi Goldstein stated
that the role played by the
Jewish laity and its interfer-
. nee with the rabbinate ex-
ec i ds the claims and the lib-
eities taken by the Christian
laity in the Christian
churches.
"The rabbinate has never
been an ecclesiastical hierar-
chy, but even without institu-
tional prerogatives the rabbi
enjoyed authority at the hands
of the laity which respected
his scholarship and his piety.
It may be that some modern'
rabbis have forfeited that re-
spect ."
Rabbi Goldstein at this
point paid his respects in very
emphatic and unmistakable
terms to those Rabbis who
want to be "regular fellows."
play cards and dance with
their congrugants, and play
the role of a "Babbitt."
'I he whole truth, however,
is that with the dissipation of
homogenous ghetto-ized Jew-
ish communal life, the disci-
plinary forces of Jewish law-
have become dissipated and
consequently the position of
the rabbi, master of Jewish
law. has become weakened;
and. moreover, the authority
and position of the rabbi is
being menaced by the type of
Jewish layman, product of this
golden age. who believes that
the hand which holds the
purse strings rules the world.
"The men of wealth,'" con-
tinued Dr. Goldstein, "now
control the Synagogue. By
forcing their own beliefs and
because of the lack of a Rab-
binical tribunal which would
arn or discipline them, these
men of wealth have attempt
ed to assume control of ever) -
thinsi and have attempted to
introduce astounding innova-
tions and customs in Syna-
gogue life '"'vs never ap-
proved ;' tCabbinical Hierar-
chy, but such a hierarchy with
all its faults would he far
bettre than the lay anarchy of
wealth.
"The situation offers an
unfavorable contrast to '.he
situation in the church. lr
the Catholic church, of course,
the authority has always pro-
ceeded from the clergy, but
even in the Protestant
Friday, Julylg. 1to
churches, from the Kpisco-
palian down, the clergy plays
a dominant role in the deter-
mination of policy and pro-
gram."
Speaking of the effect Ol
these influences on the main
role of the synagogue and on
i,s historic task. Rabbi Gold-
Mem stated that these influ-
ences tend to belittle the cen-
tral power of the institution,
the Jewish God-idea. "The
distinguishing characteristic
of the synagogue has been
the God-Idea and affection,
implying the concept of an
imminent and yet transcend-
ant Being and secondly, the
individual's relationship to
Cod as direct, personal and
immediate.
"There is a tendency in
some synagogue circles to de-
throne Israel's classic Cod
while offering an heir-appar
ent who is sickly, anaemic
and impotent. According to
this new dialectic, the tradi-
tional concept is attenuated.
God is identified with Israel.
God hecomes a sort of social
complex, one is left wonder-
ing who in creation God is.
I here is nothing left to pray
to except an idea, nothing left
to worship except a phrase. It
IS the menace of worship-
ping an intermediate Logos
words, phrases, in the place
of an immediate reality.
"I predict that belief in God
will die out when the convic-
tion of his immediate, person-
al, transcendant reality die-.
(ut." he declared.
We were wondering wheth-
er or not the esteemed Rabbi
Dr. Goldstein had recently
been in Miami and heard some
of the talk about town. We
wonder "Will the hand
that controls the purse strings
control the religion of the
Synagogues?" And, together
with Rabbi Goldstein, we sin-
cerely hope that it will not.
And so "Are we awak-
ening?" Are we awakening
here in Miami to the fact that
it is our place to be better
Jews and not worry about our
non-Jewish friends. Are we
awakening to the fact that
"Synagogue" and "purse
strings" are not synonymous.
That though the hand that
controls the purse string
should ever he ready to help
support the Synagogue ami
its leader, the Rabbi, "OCH
I'M) A/. WEH" when the
hand that controls the purse
string will dominate and die-
tale the religion ond policy
not only of the Rabbi but of
the Synagogue as well.
LET THESE HAPPEN-
INGS IN OUR CONTEMPO-
RARY LIFE BE A LESSON
TO US, A REAL AWAKEN-
iNG EVEN UNTO MIAMI
JEWRY.
THE
GLOOM
CHAiElt
Grandma was JUSt as wild
the modern girl, only
didn't have the
as
grandma
nerve.
Say what you p|,.ase ,j]}
the United States women'
clothed with freedom.
Three sisters were married
in one day in Kansas recent-
ly. The lucky man is said to
be their father.
o
My girl on the sofa's efficient.
At petting she's very profi-
cient.
But my head's in a whirl
For I've lost my girl.
A word to the guys was suf-
ficient.
o
Democracy is an overgrown
infant bawling for the moor.,
which it does not want.
Popularity is a pleasant vis
itor who always leaves in the
morning.
Infinity is a floorless room
without walls or ceiling.
o
Literature is the voice of a
hundred billion souls crying in
darkness for an explanation.
o
Pity the poor chorus girl
sometimes she doesn't know-
where the next limousine rid
is coming from.
o
One thing everyone wants
to get rid of as soon as they
acquire it (no matter how-
hard they worked to get it) i<
a secret.
0
They sat and spooned
Till the break of dawn.
And he left her when
She suppressed a yawn.
0
Her hat was on one side, her
clothes rumpled and her shoes
were in shreds.
"Were you knocked down
by a motorist ?" asked a sym-
pathetic bystander.
o
Dumb Dora thinks
shoots craps with a she
it?.
The co-eds' clothes seem-
be going to their heads.
The fair co-ed wept ove
"The Man Without a Cos
try," but when she consider
the possibility of a our.-*
without a man she realm
that the author was a pikert
creating tragic situations.
o
"Jones was arrested !-
singing on Sunday."
"What was he singing?"
"Oh, you know that
"My country 'tis of tr
sweet land of liberty"
o
Parting advice: Put a lit:,
water on the comb!
o
Some "Sonny" Advice!
"Dad, I'd like to talk toy.
for a minute. Come on ir.
the study with me. Have
chair, that's right. Now. Dai
I'm going off to college, an
you and Mother are going;
be left here all alone on yon
own responsibility. I shtl
watch you with a great de.
of interest and some anxietj
oh, now don't frown tk
way, don't misunderstand a
I have confidence in you.".
course. Why, if I didn'ttW
you could get along withiV.
me, I wouldn't leave you li
a minute. But there are ma:
difficulties that you will W
to face without me and wia
out my advice from now I
I won't always be right her
when you want me, and
you'll have to write me of:*
about your prohlems. Wha:
that? Yes, I know you l
Mother managed to get ate!
before I came, hut that isi
1 ..v ,. hetore 1 came, oui man**
No, picked up. she snap,, (|i(, (| just m;inage.No
No, picked up. she (1()n.t act that way and don
-"'PP*(i. ..., .____ ,.., tnnPC
"THERE COMES A TIME"
'I here comes a time when i
father is compelled t<, say to
his son: "You know more
about some subjects than I do.
I can no longer answer ali your
questions. You musl begin to
rely on the dictionary, the en-
cyclopedia and your own wits.
Please don't make a monkey
out of me again."
A very seasick passenger, a
gentleman of color. was
teased by his friend, who
tailed him a landlubber.
"Dat's true." said the victim,
weakly. "Dey ain't no ahgy-
ment dere. Ah's a landlub-
ber, all right, an Ah's jes find-
ing out how much Ah lubs it. '
I.
He just sang Halelujah,
Xo matter what the day.
lb says, "When i eople do you
It seems the safesl way."
Mornin', noon an' night.
Through dark days an'
through bright,
He just sang Haleluiah
With In- everlastin' might
II.
Folks often used to wonder
Whj he'd never sigh,
Bui he said he'd not give un-
der
Cntil he came to die.
So mornin*, noon an' night
Through dark days an'
through bright,
He just sang Haleluiah
V\ ith his everlastin' might.
o
talk to me in that tone I
voice. I just want to M
you to realize life to thej*
est. Dad. that's all.
while I'm gone. I want youu
be a man that I can be pr;
of. And remember what 1'
told vou about lal- nightstf
drink. Just be on yourf
against those things.
"Well, it's almost train ta
and I guess we'd better
started. Oh. and say. '
in a position to give
perl advice on practically*
erything you wanl
while I'm at college. AnytJ
that bothers you r ""J
vou. iust let me know
I'll find out all aboil >..
you and remember,
always thinking abo
and wishing you all tw
cess in the world, wh
know you're going wj.
Old boy. Write ot-enai.;;
me know how you re M",
on. And don't (%
monthlv check. Will vou.
-We offer." enthused
hirer of solicitors.
outdoor work."
So," enthusiastic'U>u'.
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. invoice la a novel thrill. In the professional parKer,
fact, it s the splice of life. necking!:"
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May, July 19, 1929
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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SOCIETY :
lr. .and Mrs. Jack Round
[Baltimore spent part of
Jji- honeymoon in Miami ar-
jng here last Sunday morn-
While here they were
guests of Mrs. Irvin L.
jel and Mrs. S. E. Altschul,
sisters of Mrs. Round.
t left for Baltimore Wed-
|day night.
Vhile here they were taken
[visit the different points
interest in and around
later Miami and were the
Eta of honor at a hay ride
tsday evening to Miami
ch where a "wienie" roast
held.
* *
ilr. and Mrs. Louis Robin-
of this city are expecting
leave on their vacation the
w part of this month and
|l be gone about six weeks.
ey expect to visit the par-
of Mrs. Robinson in New
rk.
* ? *
lyalty Club of Emunah
pter O. E. S. held a very
a I tended card party at
home of Mr. and Mrs.
I)cil Wallis at Miami Beach
|1 Wednesday night. Prizes
high score were awarded
ll'ollows:
First prize to Miss S. Rosp,
jond prize to Mrs. Rosen-
lorn, third prize to Mrs. Mil-
Weiner, door prize to Mrs.
Quadow, and consolation
Be to Ed. Wolf. A live
liken was raffled and was
[i by Ed. Wolf, past worthy
fron of the Chapter.
* *
Irs. Sam Becker of Miami
Lti-h is visiting in Detroit
lcr a stay of some time in
|ton,Ohio. She will return
st week.
*
Mr. and Mrs. David Kaplan,
.. left Miami April 16, have
ft returned from an extend-
J wedding trip to South and
Intral America. For the
eater part of their journey
ev made their home in
jiia, Peru, where they en-
ftained in their Chalet Mira-
Ires and were entertained by
hnbera of the Peruvian gov-
jjment and the diplomatic
fvices of France and the
[ited States. For the pres-
thev are residing Witt.
Fs. Kaplan's parents, NT.
Id Mrs. A. L. Kraussot -41
Imano ave., Coral Gables.
* *
Ilr. and Mrs. Albert Feld-
ii. of New Orleans are
fests Of Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
ferrill, U87 Venetia ave.
* *
blr. and Mrs. M. Chertkoff
this city, prominent in io-
j Arbeiter Ring circles, len
i Sunday by automobile
I- Baltimore, where they wil
their vacation. 1 ne>
Miami Showcase and
Fixture Company
General Contractors and
Manufacturers of
STORE FRONTS
and
STORE FIXTURES
Phone 22168
228 S. MIAMI AVENUE
expect to return in the earlv
fall.
* *
Mrs. Max Rappaport and
son, Oscar, are returning on
the Iroquois Friday morning
from a trip to friends and rel-
atives in New York City.
* *
Mr. Abe Aronovitz, promi-
nent in local legal circles and
president of the Men's Club
of Miami, left for his sum-
mer vacation by auto. He was
accompanied on his trip by
h i s mother-in-law, M r s.
Charles Goldstein, his broth-
er-in-law, William Goldstein,
and Mrs. Charles Tannebaum.
They expect to remain away
about three weeks. Mr. Aron-
ovitz will be joined by his wife
and son early next week.
* *
Mr. Samuel J. Spector,
prominent local communal
worker and president of the
Hebrew Free Loan Society, is
still confined to his bed at hi.-;
home, 1205 Obispo ave., Coral
Gables, with tonsilitis. He has
been ill for more than a week.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandei
have just reutrned to Miami
from their vacation, which
they spent in Washington and
vicinity visiting friends and
relatives.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg
are the recipients of congrat-
ulations from their many
friends in Greater Miami up-
on the arrival of a baby boy
at the Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital last Friday. Mother and
baby are doing splendidly and,
according to present arrange-
ments, the Bris will be held
at the Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital Friday morning.
* *
Florence Cromer, 4-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Cromer, entertained
members of the Blue Bird
group of the Junior Miami
Music club last Friday after-
noon at the home of her par-
ents.
The following program was
given by the members, none
of whom are over 6 years of
age: Song from "Candyland"
(Mana-Zucca), by the club;
'Merrv Sunshine," by Aaron
Goldman; "The Kitty Car"
and "Jack-in-the-Pulpit." by
Louis Coleman; "Jenny Wren"
and "The Zoo." by Celia Man-
gels; "Sailing Dolly," "Lon-
don Bridge." "Yankee Doodle"
and "Golden Rod." by Jane
mTSfiedImiry
OJl'S. 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
Rollins; original composition,
"The Visit," ""'illow Tree,"
"Golden Rod" and "America,"
by Florence Cromer, with vio-
lin obligato by Mrs. Cromer;
"Little Children," "The Fun-
ny Animals" and "The Par
rot," by James Blain; "Pre-
lude" (Mana-Zucca), by Beth
Jones, representing the Mac-
Dowell group; "The Zouaves*
Drill" (Mana-Zucca), by Ines
Jones, representing the Polk
group; "Nectar's Dance (Ma-
na-Zucca), by Billy Jones, rep-
resenting the Polk group. Re-
freshments were served.
RECENT BRIDE IS
FROM TRENTON, N. J.

Mrs. Sam Bloom before her
marriage recently was Mrs.
Hannah Kwiat. She is from
Trenton, N. J. Mr. and Mrs.
Bloom are living at 1601 N.
W. Twenty-third street.Bis-
cayne Studio picture.
Miss Frances Druckerman,
pianist, will leave for New
York Wednesday night, where
she will visit for several
weeks. She will also spend
some time in Atlantic City
and Wilmington, where she
will visit Miss Rose Mary Ger-
son, a soprano soloist who will
appear with her on several
programs. Miss Druckerman
will return to Miami October
1, to resume her classes.
*
Miss Helen Freed will leave
Julius Damenstein, Inc.
JEWELER
The Store With a Reputation
10 W. Flagler St. Phone 4701
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Buy your Used Car from
RELIABLE MOTOR CORP.
5th and Lennox Miami Beach
Phone Miami Beach 838
"'Rcliahl.- In Every Respect"
King
Undertaking Co.
29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
Phones 2353531624
"PERPETUAL CARE"
WOODLAWN BURIAL PARK
When on the Tami.mi Trail, we shall be pleased to have you inspect
our new Jewish section, operated according to the Jewish ritual.
soon for Washington, from
where she will go on a tour 01*
the Middle West, which will
include St. Paul, Minn., and
Sioux City, Iowa. She will
later visit in New York City,
expecting to return Septem-
ber 1.
*
Miss Estelle Moss of Tampa
was guest of honor at a fare-
well indoor golf game Thurs-
day afternoon, with her cou-
sin, Miss Marjorie Predinger,
as hostess.
The Predinger home was
decorated with American
Beauty roses and ferns. Miss
Moss was presented with a
novelty sterling silver chain of
blue perals. Miss Anna Es-
cara of Cuba received a prize
for returning low score in the
golt game, and Miss Bee Al-
pert received a consolation
gift for low score.
Those present were Miss
Moss, Miss Alpert, Miss Es-
cara, Miss Ann Schirmer,
Miss Louise Golden, Miss Bea-
trice Shaff, Miss Beatrice Sil-
ver, Miss Selma Spoont, Miss
Dorothy Kaplan, Miss Celia
Peretzman and Miss Predin-
ger.
Refreshments consisting of
doughnut sundaes and pine-
apple punch was served.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein
and family left Sunday for
their summer vacation, which
they will spend at Henderson-
ville, N. C. They will return
in the early fall.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers returned late Saturday
night from their honeymoon,
which they spent in North
Carolina, New York, Niagara
Falls and Canada.

The Yedidim Club held its
regular meeting at the home
of one of its members, Jack
Levine, last Wednesday nigh*.
Several members were ad-
mitted to the club.
A discussion, in which all
the members and several of
the visitors took part, was
held on the subject of "The
Cause of Anti-Semitism."
MADE WITH
DISTILLED WATER
BLUE MOON
GINGER ALE
Tropical Seltzer
If Your Dealer Can't Supply
You.PHONE
CORAL GABLES 475
Wt Speeialiie in Driveway*
WM. DABNEY
1745 S. \V. 7th Street
MIAMI FLORIDA
Curb* General Concrete Walka
Flagler Dry Cleaners
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and
Repairing
472 W. Flagler Street
Phone JJ260
"Foi the Preservation or Your ClolhiV
For ICEUse
Peninsular Ice Company
ICE
PUnt Looted at 645 N. W. 1 th Street
Phone 2-1297 or 2-1298 for
FREE DELIVERY
The next meeting of the
club will be held on Wednes-
day evening, July 24, at the
home of Messrs. William and
Nathan Levitt and will be in
the form of the regular
monthly entertainment, to
which invitations will be is-
sued.
* *
Mr. Nathan Goldman of
Goldman's, Inc., has just re-
turned from an extended tour
through New York and other
prominent markets of the
North. He enjoyed the trip
north, but was mighty glad
to again see Miami.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Small
entertained a small group of
friends in honor of Miss Irene
Zeisler, the sister of Mrs.
Small, who is here on a visit
from New York. Bridge was
played and the prize for high
score was won by Miss Zeis-
ler. Consolation prize was
awarded to Mrs. Meyer Fried-
man. At a late hour refresh-
ments were served. Among
those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Shochet, Miss Sarah Sho-
chet, Miss Minnie Blanck, Mr>:
Meyer Friedman and Mrs. Abe
Kurman.
* *
Mrs. I. L. Seligman, prom-
inent communal worker and
president of the Sisterhood of
Temple Israel, left Wednesday
night for her vacation on a
visit to friends and relatives
which will take her to Indiana
and Ohio. She is expected to
return to Miami in about six
weeks.
(Continued on Page 4)
THE
FARWAY
DAIRY
SOLICITS YOUR
PATRONAGE
Phone Miami
7105
FOR PROMPT
SERVICE
Sa rli
PHOTOGRAPHER
221 East Flagler Street
Florida Iron and
Equipment Co.
519 N. W. Third Avenue
Wholesak Dealer., in Machinery and
Contractors' Equipment
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 6602
AMBULANCE SERVICE
W. H. Combs Co.. Kstab. 1896
combs pr serai. HOME
Phone Mimmi M40.
1539 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI BEACH FUNERAL HOME
Phone M. B. C40O
1236 Washington Are
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Page 4
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Beth David
During the absence of Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld, the usual
daily Minyan will be held.
every morning at 7:.'{() a. m.
and every afternoon at 6:80
1). m. Sunday morning the ser-
vices will begin at 8 a. m. an I
Saturday morning the ser-
vices will begin at !) a. m.
Temple Israel
Summer
evening, July 23, at 8 p. m.. st.f opposite the White Tern-
for the benefit of its Talmud pie.
The first meal served in the
new restaurant was that 01
the board meeting of the
Men's club of Miami. Lunch-
eons and dinners will be
sreved and those knowing < i
.Mrs. Weisberg's ability are
-lire to enjoy a treat.
()
The Goldstrom Baking ('"..
with headquarters at Miami
Beach certainly made a decid-
Torah. Mesdames Carl Wein-
kle and Louis Weinkle will acl
as hostesses for the evening.
The public is cordially invite
to attend.
* *
Stanley Tanenbaum. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tanen-
baum, celebrated his sixth
birthday last week at a party
given at his home in Shenaii-
doah. Mrs. Charles r'eldman
assisted Mi's. Tanenbaum in
low color scheme was carried
services will he ollt iM the decorations and re-
conducted at Temple Israel freshments of ice .ream and
cake. (lames occupied the
entertaining. A pink and ye!- ,,| hit with the cake presented
to the Men's Club of Miami at
its smoker the other night,
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.
afternoon.
Guests included Doris and
B. Goodman, Rita and Irwin
Puterfas, Alberta Tanenbaum
and Donna Joyce Feldman.
bearing the words "Congratu-
lations to the Men's Club of
Miami." Their plant at Miami
Beach is kept going at capac-
ity because of the "tasty
wares.
Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
During the summer, the re-
gular Friday evening services
will begin at f> ::'><> p. m. and
Saturday morning services
will begin at i) a. m.
SOCIETY
(Continued from Page I
Mr. Dan Ruskin of Rusk in's
Inc., and Bernard's, Inc.. ac-
companied by his wife and
child, returned from an ex-
tended trip through the North
during which time he visited
prominent buying markets.
They greatly enjoyed the trip
and are now prepared to do
the business which Mr. Rus-
kin feels is bound to come
from tlie expressions of con-
fidence displayed in Miami by
tlie wholesalers in the .North.
* *
Beth David Sisterhood will
give one of its regular series
of card parties on Tuesday
r^~ ----------------------------------^1
BUSINESS
GOSSIP
"v- ----------------------------------*
I
Miami's Jewish summer
bachelors who were worrying
about where to obtain a good
Jewish meal while their wives
are away, as well as the re-
mainder of Miami's Jewry,
will be pleasantly surprised '<,
know tha tthere will lie jit
leasl one Jewish restaurant
open for their convenience.
Beginning next week th<
Biscayne Inn. under the man
agemenl of Mrs. B. Weisburg.
will open ;is a strictly kosher
restaurant at 158 X. K. 3rd
QUALITY
BAKERY PRODUCTS
We Use Only The Finest
Butter and Eggs
I
WE INVITE YOUR
INSPECTION OF OIR
MODERN PLANT
I
I Rye, Pumpemickle, \ ienna
| BREAD
| Birthday and Part)
\ Speciali v
Goldstrom Baking Co.
I SI
I 19 W Hhinaton \v
I I'd MIAMI H! V H, II v
DE SOTO SIX
(Product of" Chrysler)
j SALES and SERVICE
I We have a number of Used
| Cars in exceptional condition
| at very lew prices.
I KNIGHT MOTOR CO.
55 x. W. First St. Phone ^'>~
Phone for Demonstration
^
WHY WORRY
ABOUT FOOD ANY LONGER?
FOR THE FINEST OF COOKING
STRICTLY KOSHER
IN THE MOST PLEASANT
SURROUNDINGS
VISIT THE
BISCAYNE INN
158 N. E. 3rd ST. PHONE 956.5
UNDER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION
OF MRS. 15. WKiSIiritC
#
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jmimtimii I ""***"*****'****"****TtiiDiiiu
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
AITO PARTS
MIAMI AI TO WRECKING CO.,
Incorporated
Has Parts For Vein Car
606-608 North Wes1 Fifth Streel
Phone 5050 (fifty-fifty)
BLOOM Al'TO REPAIR
.V PARTS CO.
\. \\. 17ih Ave. id 23rd St.
Phone 28631
The Lamest car wreckers in
Florida
BAGS and METALS
AMERICAN BAG & METAL CO.
Phone 21147
610 North Weal Tilth Street
EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO.
(Inc.)
I. I.. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
135-445 V W. Mh Streel
Phone l ls">
PEPPER MET M. CORP.
Scrap Metal and Ma
N. W. Cor. "th Ive. and I 1th St.
Phone 22546
KEY AM) |,(H K ggjjj
THREE E KEYsiSj
Safe, Key, Gun ,,
Any Key Pitted to \v |M ,.
Phone Miami 3-1637 fa
15 N. W. 3rd Ave.
It I II DIM. SI PPLIE8
.1. SIMPSON
Building Materials,
Roofing Paper, Isphalt
123 X. W. X. River Drive
Phone 7251
Dhl.H ATF.SSKN
ROSED \li: DEI H \ I ESSI \
170 V W. :.ih Si.
We Suppl) ^our Even VVanl
ELECTRICIANS
W AGNER BLEI IKK < o.
General Electrical Contractors
Phoni 8503 22168
224 South Miami Avenue
FISH & SKA FOODS
STANDARD I ISM < o.
629 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-3362
FCRNITt'RE
FI RNITI RE EXCHANGE, INC.
::2l \. Miami Avenue
GROCERY
STANDARD GROCERY CO.
I" 8. W. Fifth Avenue
Phone 31553
CLOPTOS GROCER) CO.
il s. w. 6th Avenue
Phone 23544
THIRD AVENUE M VRKET
Cor. N. W. :,th St. ami .ird Avenue
Groceries and Meats
We Solicil Your Patronage
HOSIERY
MIA MIS
EXCLUSIVELY HOSIERY Slloi
"Specializing in Hosiery"
Mrs. John A. Gaddis '
117 Seybold Arcade Mian.
Flu.
INSURANCE
' lin- Casualty Bonds
AGENCY, Inc.
Phones 2L>.-,ii.- 32452
':'7 N. K. Firat St.
Miami, Ma.
JOSEPH M. LIPNITZ
'Service Thai Makes Friends
and Keep Them"
Insurance Underwriter
Uwyer'a Bldg. Phone 2-0817 2-1522
'-AINDRIKS
NATIONAL LAUNDRIES,,s
"Trustworthy Sank?
'048 N. W. :,.h \>e.
Phone -in
H M BER
I. (". DOOLITTLE
Pine Lumber 1
Saah 1.....ri
123 N. W. N. River |lm,
I'hone 7251
MOHKI,
RABBI B. It. MENDBL
"Competenl an.I Tr
\-k ai Daum'i
159 N. W. :.th si.
Phone 31430
PHARMACISTS
BR1 AN PARK PHARMAC1
Chas. Tanm nbaum,
Pharma
n.-ir. pharmacist for IT
Cor 22nd Ave. and -th St 8 I
IMI'E and STF.F.I.
ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL
58 N. E. :'">ih St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone214
V. & II. PIPE AND METALi
Phone 31355
">'! North East 25th Btntl
PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
"Printing That Pays"
Phone 23261
ll7 South Miami \\enuc
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
9-room stucco house nw*"
conveniences; Kd location; uw
cumbered; worth |4,5M.
price 1900,
Call 86 K. Flagler St.
ROOFING
OUR ADVERTISERS SAVE YOU MONEY AND GIVE YOU SERVICE!
RELIABLE SHEE1 METAL I
ROOFING WORKS
Phone 4782
728 South Weal Eighth Strrf
SPIRIT! AI.ISTS_^
KM MA J. McCOMAI
Spiritual Counselor
245 N. W. Third St.
TIRKS _____
MOHAWK TIRES
JOHNSON tiki: COMPAtf
1361 N. E. lsi Ave.
Phonea: 111441M
TRUCKS AND MESSENG0
________SERVICE____,
TRUCKS RENTED
for
Hay Rides and Bearh Par'""
DIME MESSENGER SHR?10
3S5 N. B. 2nd A*