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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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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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VOL. II.NO. XXXVI.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, AUGUST 30, 1929
Price 5 Cents
CLUB PROTESTS MASSACRES
Local Civic Body
Adopts Resolution
On Palestine
One of the largest meetings
of the season was that of the
M s Cub of Miami held at
! the Everglades Hotel last
Wednseday night when the
first of the joint affairs for
mi ml ers and their wives
u r held, since the re-organ-
ization of the Club. More than
two hundred attended the
event which was pronounced
one of the most successful
held in recant times.
The meeting was presided
by the president of the
Club, Mr. Abe Aronowitz. and
after the report of Dr. M. D.
Kirsch, chairman of the
Child.-' Hospital Committee
w '..< enthusiastically received
M.\ .1. L. Shochet was recog-
!o present a resolution
on the Palestine massacres.
| Th- r< solution was adopted
unanimously after an amend-
ment pledging cooperation
I with the Zionists was offered
by Mr. John Wolf, president
[of the local Zionist District.
The resolution reads as fol-
llowa:
Whereas, on the Ninth day
lof Ah, while our coreligion-
ists were observing the de-
struction of the Temple by
soli mn worship at the Wail-
ing Wall they were attacked.
[tortured and finally driven
away by Arabs coming thru
Ithe door leading from the
jOm ir Mosque constructed
[with the sanction of the Bril-
li.-h Government their prayer
I burned and their aged
sexton beaten into insensibil-
ity,
And heartened by the de-
la.\ of the British officials in
the Holy Land to punish th-
rni.-ci-eants and to take speedy
pleasures to prevent any such
tint her outrages, the Arabs
Instigated by irresponsible
leaders indulged in the most
woody orgy, killing the aged
8nd defenseless amongst them
American citizens.
And whereas, despite the
Stringent censorship imposed
hpon every means of comuni-
Rt'on, it appears that those
'led among the Jews in the
ioly Land in deliberate mass-
acre number more than one
hundred and fifty at this
Pnie, with many more seri-
pwly and dangerously wound-
Be it RESOLVED BY the
pens Club of Miami, a body
V representative Jewish citi-
es of Greater Miami, that
1,1 action of the Arabs in tak-
J8 part and causing such
[tassacres, are hereby con-
demned,
And be it further Resolved
bat we pledge our eoopera-
| to the Zionist Organiza-
["i in such steps as it may
"' in this matter,
A"d be it further resolved
lat Mmiorable Ambassador
the British Empire, Sir Es-
Friends Re-United
by Jewish Floridian
It has often been said that
truth is stranger than fiction
and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mint-
zer of this city can verify
this to be the fact.
Somj years ago Mr. Harry
D. Kantor now a well to do
merchant in Clarksdale, Miss.,
was a resident of Miami and
was a close and intimate
friend of the Mintzer family.
About two years ago he left
Miami and his destination was
unknown. The Mintzers lost
track of Mr. Kantor and all
communications between them
ceased.
You can therefore imagine
the astonishment and pleas-
ure of the Mintzers when they
i ceived a letter from Harry
D. Kantor this week. Mr. Kan-
to v. ;tes: "For a long time
I tried to locate vou and could
not. This week I happened to
receive a copy of the Jewish
r loridian and you can readily
realize my great pleasure and
happiness to find your name
and address in its advertising
columns. I cannot express mv
great joy at again being ab'e
to communicate with such
close friends." He then goes
on to say that he misses Mi-
ami and its climate and hopes
to come to Miami this winter
to spend sometime with his
friends and to obtain the ben-
efits of the climate.
Needless to say the Jewish
Floridian is happy to have
been the medium of causing
such ioy and happiness to
friends.
me Howard lie and he is here-
by requested to convey to his
Government the earnest hope
and desire that the British
Government will take such
immediate action as will fully
insure the protection of life,
liberty and the pursuit of one
religious devotions to all the
Jewish residents of Palestine.
And be it further resolved
that a copy of these resolu-
tions be spread upon the min-
utes of this Organization, a
copy sent to each of the News-
papers published in Miami and
the Yiddish Newspapers pub-
lished in New York City and
to such other organizations
and officials as the officers of
the Mens Club of Miami may-
deem met and proper.
The business meeting was
then adjourned and all pro-
ceeded to take part in the
festivities which had been ar-
ranged bv the able Chairman
of the Entertainment Com-
mittee Mr. Jack Lear. Bridge
tables, pinnochle games had
been arranged for those that
desired to play cards, and
dancing to the Music of Aye
Farr's band was enjoyed by
all. At 10 o'clock an elaborate
vaudeville program was pre-
sented which kept the guests
laughing throughout. Re-
freshments were served thru-
out the evening.
Word was just receiv-
ed that Mr. Max Silver
the father of Mrs. J.
Louis Shochet of this
City died in Baltimore on
June 10th, last as the
reso't of a sudden acute
heart attack. Mr. Silver
was a retired merchant
and had resided in Balti-
more for the past twenty-
five years having come
here from England. He
was a member of a num-
ber of Synagogues, The
Agudas Achim Society,
the Ind. Order of Odd
Fellows and other frat-
ernal organizations.
He leaves surviving
him his widow Mrs. R.
Silver, his daughter Mrs.
J. L. Shochet, three sons
Marks, Nathan and Al-
bert.
Zionists to Hold
Large Gathering
On Tuesday evening, Sep-
tember 3rd, at 8 p. m. o'clock,
there will be a combined card
party and meeting at the Tal-
mud Torah Hall, on North-
west Third avenue in the in-
terests of a Relief Fund for
those who suffered in the
massacres last week in Pales-
tine. Mesdames M. D. Kirsch
and David Cowen will be the
hostesses.
Mr. John Wolf, president of
the local Zionist District is
authority for the statement
that there will be several
prominent speakers to discuss
the situation and to suggest
appropriate action.
Labor Day to be
Celebrated Here
Miami is schedule to have
one of the banner Labor Day
celebrates in the Country,
according to plans of Chair-
man of the arrangements
Committee, Mr. E. O. Longen-
dyke. The celebration is being
held under the auspices of the
Central Labor Union of Mi-
ami, and will begin Monday
morning, September 2nd, with
a parade from the News Tow-
er Building. They will march
along the Biscayne Boulevard
to N. E. First Street thence
to the Court House to Flagler
Street, thence east to the Bay
Front Park, where busses will
be ready to take all to Opa
Locka for the all day picnic
to be held there. A six piece
Orchestra will be provided at
Opa Locka. In the evening,
beginning at 8 o'clock at the
Bay Front Park, Miss Labor
Day will be officially crown, d
and after the Grand March
there will be street dancing
until the early hours of the
morning.
Rabbi Is Honored
By Miami Beach
The Sisterhood and Congre-
gation Beth Jacob of Miami
Beach were the hosts at one
of the largest affairs held in
recent days in Miami Beach
at a reception tendered by
them to Rabbi and Mrs. Israel
H. Weisfeld of Beth David
Congregation of Miami last
Sunday evening at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Kirsch.
adjoining the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. Mesdames L. Ab-
rams, S. Miller and M. I).
Kirsch were the hostesses in
charge. Mr. A. L. Kanter act-
ed as Master of ceremonies in
his usual droll and inimitable
manner.
A splendid musical program
was presented, the feature of
which was a violin duet in
which Mr. Kirk of New York
City and Dr. M. D. Kirsch
played upon two highly prized
Stradivarius violins each near-
ly two hundred years old.
They were accompanied by
Miss Doris Adler a: the piano.
Others taking part were: Mrs.
S. H. Metz at the piano, a vio-
lin solo by Master Ralph
Kirsch accompanied by Mrs.
Adler, Dorthea and Josephine
Levine in a series of dances
and recitations. Rabbi Metz
formerly of Pittsburgh spoke
as did Mr. J. L. Shochet, Pres-
ident of Beth David. The prin-
cipal speech of the evening
was delivered by Rabbi Weis-
feld who thanked the Sister-
hood and Congregation for the
reception tendered them and
asked for a closer and har-
monious relationship between
:he two Congregations.
On behalf of the Sisterhood
and Congregation Mrs. M. I).
Kirsch presented a beautiful
chest of flat silverware to
Rabbi and Mrs. Weisfeld as
their expression of welcome
and appreciation. Mrs. Weis-
feld responded with a brief
speech of thanks.
Auxiliary to Hold
Theatre Party
The recently organized
Ladies Auxiliary of Beth Dav-
id Talmud Torah will give a
Theatre party on September
23rd and 24th, at the Capitol
Theatre when an all talking
picture "Why Leave Home"
will be presented. All tickets
purchased through the com-
mittee will yield a profit to
the Furnishings Fund and will
be used to purchase much
needed equipment for the Tal-
mud Torah Building.
Jewish Woman
Dies Suddenly
Mrs. Harry Rippa for the
i ast fifteen years a resident
of this city, died suddenly-
late Monday night at her
Jewish Floridian
Announces New
Staff Addition
We are happy to announce
that beginning with the
next issue of the Jewish
Floridian, Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfe'd, well known to
local Miamians will edit a
co'umn "TO MY WAY OF
THINKING" which will ap
pear weekly in our paper.
Rahbi Weisfe'd is not a
novice in the newspaper
fie'd, having for many
years contributed regu'arly
to THE BAY. The Van-
guard Magazine, The Hay-
denu, and other well known
newspapers and magazines,
both in the English and
Yiddish language. Rabbi
Weisfeld is the author of a
volume on Jewish Educa-
tion which will shortly be
published by one of the
leading pub'ishing houses
of New York. Pre-publica-
tion copies of this volume
have received favorable
comment from some of the
leading Educational Auth-
orities of the Countrv.
Beth David Sunday
School Begins Soon
The Beth David Sunday
School will hold examinations
for those who failed to make
a passing mark last term and
also for those who desire to
be advanced to higher grades,
next Sunday morning, Sep-
tember 1st, at 10 a. m. The
classes will resume regular
sessions on Sunday, Saptem-
ber 8th, at 10 a. m". '
Talmud Torah examinations
are being conducted begin-
ning Monday, September 2nd,
and will be continued all week.
Boys Bar Mitzva
Club to Resume
The Bar Mitzva Boys
Breakfast Club of Beth David
which had suspended its Sun-
day morning services and
breakfasts will resume this
Sunday, September 1st, at 8
a. m. o'clock with Mr. Larry
Fay as the host.
home 436 S. W. Thirteenth
street, as a result of a sudden
heart attack. She came to Mi-
ami from Atlanta, Ga. The
funeral services were conduct-
ed by Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
feld of Beth David Congrega-
tion and interment was at
Woodlawn Cemetery.
She leaves surviving her,
her husband Harry D. Rippa,
a son Hubert, three daughters
Mrs. Edward Waxier, Mrs.
Pearl Lehman and Mrs. Reb-
head. Funeral arrangements
in charge of the W. H.
Com > Funeral Home.


I
Pajre 2
THE JF.WI8H FLORIDIAN
Friday, August 30,1923
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
A weekly newspaper published at
.Miami. Florida
by
The Jewish Ploridian Publishing
Company
:{ii2 S. \\. FOURTH AVENUE
Phone 8745
- 6
EDITORIAL STAFF
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
A CHOCHOM
BEN DORO.M
A. X. ASIIKR
Large Oaks From
Little Acorns Grow
How true this little Baying
i- has been so terrifyingly de-
monstrated these past few
days in Palestine that one but
wonders why its truth was
not believed by the Zionist
Organization when the Wail-
ing Wall incident occurred
some seven months ago. How
well the writer remembers a
mi eting of the local Zionist
District at the Scottish Rite
Temple several months ago,
when one of our local rial bis
condemned the failure of the
Zionist Organization and Dr.
Weitzman to take definite and
decisive steps to impress up-
on the British Government
the necessity for the protec-
tion of the rights of the Jews
in Palestine. How clearly we
remember his prophecy that
great disaster faced the Pal-
estine Jews unless clear cut
demands were made for the
assertion of those rights
which win- guaranteed the
Jewish people by the Balfour
Declaration, forgetting for
the time being their inalien-
able rights to Palestine from
time immemorial.
We wonder whether at that
time, the learned Rabbi ever
would have thought that one
oi the outglOWths of the fail-
ure ot Great Britian to adopt
a definite humanitarian pro-
gram towards Jews would so
soon strik home. We wonder,
if at that time he dreamt that
a close ] ersonal friend, a chum
of many years standing, one
who graduated with him to-
gether from the Yeshiva,
would he shot down in cold
blood by Arabs in a massacre
because of that Wailing Wall.
And......How does the
eminent gentleman who de-
cried the wail of protest that
was being raised, as he SO
Keautifully put it "much ado
a' out nothing," now feel
al.out it all".' Is there "much
ado about nothing" in the de-
liberate slaughter of aged and
feeble men? Is there "much
ado about nothing" in the
murdor of young American
lews who went to Hebron to
perfect their studies'.' What
about it, you Zionists who
pussyfooted about while the
Arabs prepared for this gala
slaughter*.' What about the
destruction of colonies and
the pillaging and burning of
homes, brought about because
you feared to speak out?
Can we never learn the les-
son that one is only respected
when he demands that re-
spect? Can we never realize
that if small things are not
prevented then larger things
will necessarily happen which
cannot then be prevented.
Yea .... large oaks from
^ *-
The great problem for the
deans of men is how to pro-
tut the moral hoys from the
immoral girls.
* *
The Hoy Friend (calling up
his girl) : Hello, dear, would
you like to have dinner with
me tonight ?
She: I'd love to, dear.
He: Well, tell your mother
I'll be over early.
*
"What does the most dam-
age, lire or water?"
"Both."
"What do you mean?"
"Firewater!"
* *
Our druggist is a frit ndly
chap.
He pays us wrapt attention.
He sells us drinks of every
kind
But the kind we dan- nol
m; ntion.
Your druggist is likely a man
That is 1 oth kind anil true.
He wouldn't sell a thing
That would likely poison
you.
* *
I.
Honey, close dem drowsy
eyes,
Sand .Man comin' from de
skit s,
Go to sleep, ma babe, yo"
.Mammy's nigh.
Owl's a-hootin' frum de
lim'
.Mockhf bird's a-sassin'
him
An' de big ole 'gator sounds
his cry.
II.
Hush a bye, baby bye,
Don't you crydon't you
cry
Snuggle up while Mammy
sings a tune.
Angels nearangel near
Dey kin hear(ley kin
hear
Baby gw.'nter sleep now
mighty soon.
* *
Here's to the wife
Who'll only grin
When you come home late
And let you in.
* *
The acrobatic trap drum-
mer catches the eye of the
flapper in the front row nat-
ural ly.
* *
It takes a woman longer to
undress for bed than it used
to, as she has to unpaint.
* *
A woman will give her hus-
band an old-fashioned razor
for his birthday with a view
to using it later on her corns.
* *
Too bad a girl no sooner
gets herself a good job than
she has to treat herself to all
luxuries, including a husband.
* *
There is one, when others
sneered,
That said for me each night
a prayer,
little acorns grow! A small
disturbance some months ago,
ignored, today become a veri-
table slaughter.
Will we Jews learn the les-
son?
And said just wait a few mor
days ...
And watch her boy -hell
mend his ways.
That was mother's way. when
I was bad,
She always said I'd make a
lad
In years, to make his mother
proud
That she had raised her son
aloud.
And now, that I have grown
in years.
It seems my life would
bring her tears ;
I! cause I have not done si
well
That she should still my
I raises yell.
lint just you talk to her of
me,
She'll still praise, you
watch and see.
And if you don't believe she'll
scrap
Just say a wrong word of
her chap.
I've seen a lots, but not
another
Have I met just like my
mother.
I gue>s that God made just
her one.
So, I thank God that I'm
her son.
* *
A Letter To Ye
Editor
Editor Jewish Floridian,
Miami. Fla.
My dear Sir:
I want to express my
k- to Rabbi Israel II.
Weisfeld tor the privilege of
joining him in the reception
given him by congregation
P. -tr. El of West Palm Beach,
on Sunday, August 18.
On account of the late hour
I could not express myself jit
the time and place. Therefore
I hope you'll permit me to u e
your columns.
I want to voice my protest
against our honorable John
Wolfe's remarks. In the first
instance, I think it's far
enough when we give up our
Rabbi as far east as Miami
Beach and as far north as
West Palm Beach, and I sure-
ly protest against having him
go a.- far as North Carolina
and Virginia, as Mr. Wolfe
said.
And as far as his advice to
the Beth El Congregation to
consult our Rabbi for the se-
lection of a Rabbi for them-
selves. I want to advise the
said Congregation not to ton-
suit our Rabbi, but our Reb-
betzin, because she selected
our Rabbi long before we
knew him.
But if their chosen Rabbi
should happen to be a Bingli
man, then I advise them to
consult our Kabbi for the Se-
lection of a Rebbetzin. Look
whom he selected!
very truly yours,
S. J. Spector
* *
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of intelligent driving is to
stick a hand out each side so
she can turn either way she
wants to.
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U.lay. August 30 1,929
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page 3
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SOCIETY
~t*>
I Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Altmay-
. 'and son left this week for
|ew York, where they will
Ijl for Europe. They will
Ln,| two months in London,
hris and points in Germany.
* *
Evening Dance eompliment-
g Miss Juliet Gelerter of
Lksonville was given by the
gsses Ida and Ruth Schwartz
hureday at the home of
eir sister, Mrs. I. Fine, on
F \Y. First St.
J Guests included: Misses
|aye Weintraub, Viola Katz,
jvki Sauls, Dora Weingar-
fcn, Roselle Bernstein, Betty
Jver, Sylvia Katz, Sarah
Fahn, Ida Weingarten, Dora
tosenhouse, Bernice Loeb,
[clia Kngler. Margie Preding-
Mar.v Handel, Celia Per-
Izmaii. Clare Rubin. Milli-
Bnt Rubin, Lillian Diamond,
istph Schwartz, Phil Shaf-
tr. Bernard Blank, Pete Ru-
in. Phil Fair, Max Koplin,
lay Alpern, Samuel Dock,
[erberl Hodes, Joseph Davis,
heldon Dubler, Harry Bass,
lax Augustine, Saul Shaffer,
bseph Fine, Herbert Katz,
ml Sydney Segall.
*
Mr-. I. Tannenbaum, her
hildren Harold, Belle and
iby returned from a lengthy
hcation trip to New York
|ity and vicinity last Friday
lorning.
* *
Capt, Benjamin Axleroad
[ill leave Sept. 1 for Fort
IcPherson, where he will
brve as judge advocate at the
[itinti corps area in the office
the judge advocate genei-
until September 15 when he
fill go to Katterskill Bay,
lake George, N. Y. to join
a wife and children. They
ill return to Miami Oct 1.
* *
Dr. F. A. Rosenthal return-
J to .Miami, last week, on the
|.\ Berkshire, after spending
tmonth in Connecticut, New
fork and Philadelphia, where
\v visited the summer clinic
the University of Pennsyl-
lania Dental school. Mrs.
losenthal and daughter, Phyl-
|s Jean will remain in the
|<>rth for some time.
*
Mrs. A. Engler and Miss
kba Engler left Tuesday, on
Be SS. Iroquois for New
1'i'ik and Atlantic City.
there they will remain until
Jtetober. Miss Engler will en-
m the University of Miami.
* *
Mr. Larry Fay has just re-
lumed from a two week's
pay in New York and the
n<>untains, where he made a
Miami Showcase and
Fixture Company
Cieneral Contractors and
Manufacturers of
STORE FRONTS
and
STORE FIXTURES
Phone 22168
228 S. MIAMI AVENUE
combined business and pleas-
ure trip.
* *
Mr. Alex Miller has just re-
turned from a trip to New
York City and other northern
markets.
* *
Dr. Samuel Aronowitz has
just returned from a several
week's stay in the north,
where he spent some time in
the large medical clinics.
* ?
Mrs. Morris Pepper enter-
tained a number of friends at
her home 1947 N. W. Flagler
Terrace, last Wednesday even-
ing at a bridge party. Ladies
prize for high score was
awarded to Mrs. Rothford,
and Men's prize to Max Pep-
per. Alter the bridge games,
a Venetian luncheon was ser-
ved and a radio entertainment
concluded the evening of en-
joy -nit nt. The home was de-
corated in a green and gold
color scheme. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Lebowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Rothford, Mr. and Mrs.
J. August, Miss Sadie Silver-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. M. Pep-
per, and Mr. Max Pepper.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berk-
owitz were the hosts last Sat-
urday to the worshippers of
Beth David Congregation at
the Bar Mitzva of their son
Abe, immediately after the
services, in the vestry rooms
of the Congregation.
* *
The Woman's Club of the
Workmen's Circle tendered a
farewell party to Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Shandloff and Ethel
Lazar and Harry Touby, all of
whom were chosen delegates
to the Southeastern Confer-
ence of the Workmens Circle
and its affiliated organiza-
tions, the first two to the
Workmen's Circle and the Wo-
men's Clubs organizations, re-
spectively, and the latter two
to the Workmen's Circle
Schule conventions. There was
general entertainment provid-
ed by the officers and mem-
bers' and after na evening
throughly enjoyed by all re-
freshments were served.
*
.Mrs. Milton Weiner accom-
panied by Mrs. Henry Spitzer
left for New York City last
week to be the guests of Mrs.
Weiner's sister Miss Matilda
!
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DE SOTO SIX
(Product of Chrysler)
SALES and SERVICE
We have a number oi Used
Cars in exceptional condition
at very low prices.
KNIGHT MOTOR CO
I
I
56 N. W. First St. Phone 586
Phone for Demonstration
7 !
Norman at the Navarro Hotel
Central Park West. They will
visit Boston. Maine and Con-
necticut and are expected to
return the early part of Nov-
ember.
* *
N. L Williams has returned
with his mother .Mrs. W. L.
Williams from an extended
visit in the north.
* *
Miss Irene Zeisler who was
visiting her sister and brother
-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Small left for her home in
New York City this week.
* *
One of the prettiest social
events of the past summer
season was the surprise kit-
chen shower tendered by Mrs.
Meyer Friedman and Mrs.
Alex Miller to Mrs. Israel H.
Weisfeld the bride of Rabbi
Weisfeld of Beth David. The
spacious lobby of the Wonder
View Apartments which was
the scene of the shower and
card party was beautifully de-
corated with cut flowers and
decorations emblematic of the
kitchen. Bridge was played
and prizes for high scores
were awarded to Mrs. S. J.
Spector, Mrs. G. King. Mrs.
J. H. Katz, Mrs. S. Schwartz.
and consolation prize to Mrs.
J. L. Shochet. There were
twelve tables of bridge and
after the conclusion of the
bridge games the gifts were
presented in a large wash tub
with an appreciate poem tied
to the tub with a ribbon. A
beautiful set of aluminum
ware was presented on behalf
of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Beth David Talmud Torah.
Among those present were:
Mesdames: I. Buckstein, H.
Dubler. J. Wolf. M. Dubler. P.
Rosengarten, Lewis Brown, L.
Ruscol, Mendel Rippa, B. Kan-
del. J. H. Katz. S. Abenson.
E. Small. M. D. Kirsch. I.
Zeisler. J. Simpson, B. Hirsh-
field, B. L. Reisner, A. Werth-
eimer, S. J. Spector, A. L.
Kanter, A. Goldstein. M.
Schwartz. Mendel Cromer,
Edward Wolfe. J. Alpert,
Josephine Lobazine. J. Meyer-
son, J. Engler, M. Rappaport.
Wm. Mechlowitz. Max Kay.
Nathan Schwartz, Manny
Wesson, Max Rappaport, Mor-
ris Pepper, L. Leibowitz, C.
I
_i
Gordon, (J. Gordon, G. Kin":.
M. Steinberg, L. Arnold, H.
M. Greene, S. Rose, Stanley C.
Myers, J. L. Shochet, J.
Schwartz. I. Fine, J. Zalis.
Alex Miller, M. Friedman and
the guest of honor Mrs. I. H.
Weisfeld.
Refreshments were served
and a good time was had by
all.
* *
Mr. Morris Segal of the
ESmpire Dairy Co. and his
daughter Belle will return to
Miami the latter part of this
week from an extended busi-
ness and pleasure trip of more
than three months through
the New England States.
* *
The Friendship League is
sponsoring a Minstrel show-
to be staged by Raymond
Young, on September 26th, at
the Central School Auditorium
for the benefit of the Club
and the Zionist relief in Pal-
estine towards which ten per
cent will be donated.
* *
The Ruth Bryan Owen Ora-
torical Club will meet on Fri-
day, August 30th, at the
home of Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub, when a mock political
campaign for the office of
President of a Parent-Teach-
ers Association will be enact-
ed. The opposing candidates
will be Mrs. Dorothy Mitchell
and Mrs. A. L. Kanter. Mrs.
M. Friedman will espouse the
cause of Mrs. Mitchel and Miss
Helen Farkas that of Mrs.
Kanter. A very interesting
meeting at which refresh-
ments will be served is prom-
ised.
*
By far the largest card
party held this summer was
that of the first of a series of
card parties sponsored by the
recently organized Ladies
Auxiliary of Beth David Tal-
Julius Damenstein, Inc.
JEWELER
The Store With a Reputation
10 W. Flagler St. Phone 4701
MIAMI, FLORIDA
King
Undertaking Co.
29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
Phones 23535-31624
"PERPETUAL CARE"
WOODLAWN BURIAL PARK
When on the Tami.mi Trail, we .hall be pleased to have you inspect
our new j.wuh section, operated according to the Jew.sh ntual.
We Specialize in Driveways
WM. DABNEY
1715 S. W. 7th Street
MIAMI FLORIDA
urkn General Concrete Walks
THE
FARWAY
DAIRY
SOLICITS YOUR
PATRONAGE
Phone Miami
7105
FOR PROMPT
SERVICE
Flagler Dry Cleaners
Geaning, Pressing, Dyeing and
Repairing
472 W. Flagler Street
Phone S1260
"For the Preservation of Your Clothes"
mud Torah at the Auditorium
last Tuesday night, when
more than 126 people were
present and took part in thj
bridge games played. Prizes
were awarded the highest
scorer at each table, and a
beautiful coconut lamp, donat-
ed by Mrs. Max Kupferstein,
was raffled and won by M>\
I. A. Ruscol. The proceeds of
the card party amounting to
$76.10 will be used towards
the purchase of furniture for
the Talmud Torah.
During the serving of the
refreshments which consisted
of a delicious salad course,
cake and punch, an appeal
was made by Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld that those present
and their friends contribute
the cost of individual desk
chairs and blackboards con-
tributed to bear a small mark-
er showing the name of the
donor. The following each
contributed the cost of a
blackboard, ($15.00) : Mrs.
P. M. Rosengarten, Mrs. Max
Rappaport, Mrs. Alex Miller,
Mrs. I. Buckstein, Mr. Jake
Scherr, of New York City,
Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mr.
Herbert E. Scherr. The fol-
lowing contributed desk
chairs ($5.00 for each desk
chair) Mrs. M. Rippa, 1 ; Mrs.
L. Weinkle, li Mrs. Carl
Wrinkle, 1; Ernest Weinkle,
1; Mrs. L. Levitt, 2; Mrs. T.
H. Weisfeld, 1; Rabbi I. H.
Weisfeld, 1; Mrs. Morton, 1;
Mrs. Katz, 1: Mrs. Kandel, 1;
Mrs. M. D. Kirsch. f; Mrs.
Pritzker, 1; Mrs. Wm. Meck-
lowitz, 1; Mrs. Rebecca Beck,
1; Mr. Morris Solomon, 1;
.Mrs. H. Kotkin, 1; Mrs. John
(Continued on Page 4)
REV. B. M. HERMAN
Experienced and Able Mohel
."{27 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach
Phones Miami 22708
Miami Beach .">3H1
IVES CERTIFIED DAIRY
OJCS, FLA.
Florida's First Certified Dairy
Miami 'Phone 8831
MILK
For The Baby And The Adult
Our Own Old Fashioned
BITTER MILK
Poultry and Day Old Eggs
Sa rli
PHOTOGRAPHER
221 East Flagler Street
Florida Iron and
Equipment Co.
519 N. W. Third Avenue
Wholesale Dealers in Machinery and
Contractors' Equipment
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 6602
AMBULANCE SERVICE
W. H. Combs Co., EsUb. 1896
COMBS FUNERAL HOME
Phone Miami 8405
1519 N. E. tnd Avenue
MIAMI BEACH FUNERAL HOME
I'hone M. B. C400
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, August 30,
.
SOCIETY
(Continued from Pajje 3)
Wolf, 1; Mrs. A. Pepper, 1;
.Mrs. P. Berkowitz, 1: .Mrs.
Morris Segal, 1 ; Mr. and Mrs.
M. Drevich, 1: Mrs. I. Tan-
nenbaum, 1: Mr. and Mrs.
Kraus, Toledo, ()., 1; Miss
Margie Friedman, 1; Mrs.
Grossman ,1; Mrs. Morris
liappaport, 1 ; Miss Norma
Simpson, 1; Master Shepard
Simpson, 1; Mrs. I. L. Mint-
zer, 1 ; Mrs. Wesson, 1 ; Mrs.
A. Daum, 1; Mrs. S. Abenson,
2; Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 1,
Electric ceiling fans to be
placed in the class rooms were
donated by the following:
Messrs. A. Pepper, H. Green,
P. M. Rosengarten and Wm.
Mecklowitz. Hostesses for the
evening were: Mesdames 1.
Buckstein, Max Kupferstein.
and J. L. Shochet. The next
card partv will be held on
September 10th, at 8 P. M.. at
the Talmud Torah Auditorium
and Mrs. M. Kandel, Mrs.
Louis Ruscol and Mrs. M.
Schonfield will be the host-
is ses.
* *
Mi-, and Mrs. Wm. Mecklo-
witz were the hosts at dinner
of Rabbi and Mrs. Israel II.
Weisfeld .last Sunday at their
home on Northwest Fifth St.
In addition to the guests of
honor Mr. and Mrs. Max Rap-
paport, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rappaport. Mr. Jacobskind,
the Mecklowitz twins and
Miss Hannah Mecklowitz
were present.
* *
Mr. I. L. Mintzer accompan-
ied by his brother Max, have
just returned to Miami frorr
a business trip to New York
City and other northern
points. With them came Mr.
Max Mintzer, their uncle from
New York who will visit with
them for a while.
* *
Friends will be interested
to learn that Miss Felicia Ry-
bier, who has been spending
the summer in Washington,
has recently completed a tour
of the New England states.
While in New York she was
entertained by a number of
Miamians and also made re-
cords for the Brunswick lie-
cording Co. She expects to re-
turn to Miami some time in
September. During the sum-
mer Miss Eleanor Blum was
presented in a recital in
Washington.
West Palm Beach
(Mrs. H. Oliphanl is our W.
Palm Beach Correspondent).
Mrs. B. Wax was hostess at
bridge party last week at her
home in Boynton at which a
number of her friends attend-
ed. Prizes for high score were
won by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Oliphant. Consolation prize
was won by Mrs. I. Schutzer
of West Palm Beach. A deli-
cious salad course was served
and the hostess was assisted
by her daughter Miss Ethel
Wax. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schut-
zer, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Gold-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Schutzer.
Mrs. M. Dubbin .Mrs. H. Kar-
funkel. Mrs. S. Bemer, Miss
Selma Karfunkel. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Oliphant. and Mrs.
I. Schutzer.
* *
The Sisterhood of Congre-
gation Beth Fl held a pack-
age party at the Community
House last Sunday for the
benefit of a fund to employ a
Ral bi for the Congregation.
The following were hostesses:
Mesdames A. Karfunkel. II.
Lerner, Esses and Greenberg.
After the packages were sold
bridge was played. At a late
hour refreshments were ser-
ved.
* *
Mr. Martin Dubbin has
just returned to his West
Palm Beach home after a stay
of several weeks in the north.
r
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i
:: Things ::
THEATRICAL j
The screen's very first col-
legiate musical comedy,
"Words and Music" is to be
the Capitol Theatre attraction
DR A. E. ROSENTHAL
Announcee The Resumption of
His DENTAL PR \ at His Office! TICE
302 Professional Hu Phone 2IKi Iding
BUY AND BUILD ON THE BEACH
LISTINGS IN ALL LOCATIONS
PRICES LOW
J. GESCHEIDT, Inc.
Realtors and Builders
Washington Ave. Wm. Penn Hotel Building
Phone Miami Beach 5-1762
for all Of next week. Eighl
new song hits were especialfy
written for this all singing,
dancing, talking picture. Lois
Moran makes her talking pic-
ture debul in "Words and
Music." David Percy and Tom
Patricola co-star with Miss
Moran i" this snappy, georg-
i mis musical comedy "I the
campus.

RAH! RAH! RAH!
MUSICAL
COMEDY
GOES COLLEGIATE
"WORDS
and
MUSIC"
All Singing, Dancing,
Talking, ith a Co-ed
Chorus i.l mo.
Slarrini:
LOIS MORAN
TOM PATRICOLA
DAVID PERCY
All Ne\t Week
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|"JOE"REISMAN|
Formerly of
MIAMI BEACH
o
Will Hi- Happy To Serve You \
! "AUF A GUTEN I
YAHR"
| On Or About Sept. 15th I
o
- \\ :h the Tin.-st of Kosher Meat., j
i and Poultry Voluntarily under!
1 ili>' supervision of the "Vaa.1 \
\ Hakasruth," Rev, B. M. Herman]
I "in steady "Shoched."
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AT OCR NEW HOME
1166 N. W. Fifth St
Phone 82270
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* Look for Sinn Over the Boat
Boat Leaves City Yacht
* Basin
N. E. Third St. and Bay
> FARE $2.0(1
| The Se-Bot-M Boat will
^ run a fishing trip Tues-
; days a ii (1 Thursdays,
leaving the docks at the
City Yacht Basin at 9:30
a. m., returning aboul ">
p. m. Bait and tackle
will be furnished.
Our regular Se-Bot-M
trip will made on Sunday
$ at 2 p. m.. as usual, at
%* regular fare, $2.
For particulars, phone
f BUSINESS DIRECTORY
I 22073.
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Ml VMI AI To WRECKING CO,
Incorporated
lla. parts For Your Car
606-608 North Weal Fifth Street
Phone 5050 (fifty-fifty)
BLOOM AUTO REPAIR
& PARTS CO.
\ W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
Phone 23631
The Largest car wreckers in
Florida
I.. (Pop) GERSON
Buyer "I All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE,
Phone 20621
BAKERIES
GOLDSTROM BAKING CO.. Inc.
1349 Washington Ave.
Phone 2886 Miami Peach
The finest in Bread and Cakes
i Ibtainable at the
Rosedale Delicatessen, Nwe York
Delicatessen and Empire
Delicatessen
FURNITURE
BAGS and METALS
AMERICAN BAG & METAL CO.
Phone 21147
lilll North West Fifth Street
E \si CO \si BAG & METAL CO.
(Inc.)
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
I.C- II .I N. W. 8th Street
Phone I IK.".
PEPPER METAL CORP.
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. ".th Ave. and 1 Ith St.
Phone 22546
BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON"
Building Materials,
Roofing Paper. Asphalt
VIX N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251
CLEANERS
STANDARD CLEANERS
"We Know How"
Alterations Our Specialty
Laundry Service
We Call For and Deliver
I'hone 26876 :t:t2 N. K. 2nd Ave.
DANCING
M A II A M K It A ( I ( O T
Will conduct a special summer
term o l"> lessons every Friday
1:30 P. M.
Studio on the 17th Floor of the
Congress liuildini;
Special Rates for Summer
DELICATESSEN
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
no n. w. :,th st.
We Supply Your Every Want
FISH & SEA FOODS
STANDARD FISH CO.
K29 W. Flagler St.
I'hone 2-3862
EAST (OAST PISH CO.
"The Beat in Fish and Sea Food '
Curb Market S. W. 2nd Ave.
I'hone 22736
FOUNTAINS
(old Drinks
Candies an.I Lunchi i
at
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Comer Isl st. n. w. and Srd Avt,
FURNITURE F\( hang]
321 N. Miami Ave.
We Huy and Sell Furniture!
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RAUZIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, Inc.
Phones 2256.") 32452
137 N. E. First St.
Miami, Fla.
JOSEPH M. I.IPNITZ
"Service That Makes Friendj|
and Keep Them"
Insurance Underwrite
Lawyer's Bldt. Phone 2-0817If]
IKON HI.KIN
Is now Local Representative of]
Metropolitan Life Insurance
and is ready to serve his frie
Residence
1620 N. W. .loth STREET
Phone 28085
LAUNDRIES
NATIONAL LAI NDRIES, INC
"Trustworthy Service"
1(1 IS N. W. .".th Ave.
Phone 8131
MOHEL
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Competent and Trained Molten]
Ask at Daum'i
1S9 N. W. :>th St.
Phone SI ISO
PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK I'll ARMACY
('has. Tannenbaam,
Pharmacist
(reg. pharmacist for IT yearij
Cor 22nd Ave. and Mh St. S.
CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Dr. A. D. Halpern. Ph. (i. I'h. D|
Prescriptions Our Specialty
12S N. Miami Ave. I'hone 297
PIPE and STEEL
ADELMAN PIPE ft STEEL C|
:.8 N. E. 25th St.
Aat P. E. C. K. R. I'hone 21111
A. & B. PIPE AND MKT.UCfl
Phone .'IIS56
52 North East 25th Street
PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
"Printing That Pays"
Phone 28261
107 South Miami \\enue
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