The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 19, 1931
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;


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


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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1545 8. W. Third Street
The usual early Friday evening
services will begin at 6:40 p. m.
Saturday morning services will be-
gin at 9 a. m. with the afternoon
services at 6:40. At the morning
services Rabbi Isane M. Wapner
will preach a sermon in Yiddish
on the portion of the week.

189 N. W. Third Avenue
S. ~M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
Friday night services have been
Services are held daily at 7:30
a. m. and at sundown. On Satur-
day and Sunday mornings at 8:30.
Talmud Torah classes during
the summer term will be held ev-
ery morning except Saturday
and Sunday from 9 to 12.

137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
Services at Temple Israel, 127
N. E. 19th street, Friday evening,
continue throughout the summer
at eight o'clock in Kaplan hall.
It will be a religious service with l
an informal presentation of mat-
ters of interest and a discussion
by the members present. Anyone
who has any subject of interest
to be discussed is invited to pre-
sent the subject to Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, so that he may be pre-
pared to speak on it. A social
hour will follow each religious
Rabbi Kaplan will lead in an in-
formal discussion of "Why Are
You a Reform Jew?" All are wel-

311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach

viThe reg~ulara Friday evem3n ste
Saturday morning services at 9
a. m., w~ith the afternoon services
beginning at 6 p. m. At the
morning services Rabbi Axtelrod
will preach on the portion of the
The regular CSunday school pro-
gr~am begins at 10 a. m. and will i
be continued throughout the year.


Jos ph M. Lipton, well known
Miami life insurance underwriter,
was chosen president of the Miami
Unerwriters' Associ ton ls
Monday at a meeting of the asso.
elation held in the Seybold build-
int. Mr. Lipton was one of the
organizers and founders of the lo-
cal association and has been active
in its work. He was also chosen

as a delegate to the national con-
vention of underwriters which will
her held in Pittburgh in ~Septem-


The Greater Miami Jewish Cem-
etery Association which was or-
ganized last week and represents
Congregations Beth David, Beth
Jacob, the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation and the
Chesed Shel Emes Society, at a
meeting held last Tuesday night at
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall
received reports that approval of
the project had been given by each
of the organizations. A report
was received that the Sisterhood
of Chesed Shel Emes had signed
the necessary papers and that the
final steps would be taken today
for the transfer of the property in
Woodlawn cemetery to the new as-
sociation. .
Messrs. Harry I. Lipton and
Louis Heiman were appointed the
attorneys for the association to
draft articles of incorporation,
which were to be presented to one
of the judges of the Circuit court
for his approval today.
SA' constitution committee and
other important committees were
appointed to draft the by-laws and
other rules necessary for the new
organization to begin active work.
Mr. W. L. Williams is president
of the new organization and Mr.
J. L. Shochet, secretary. Rabbi
Lazarus Axelrod ofl the Miami
Beach Congregation was present
and spoke briefly.
After the final plans are con-
cluded a public meeting will be
held to which all Jewish residents
bf ~thE Greafef ~inin t -districe Irin i
be invited for the purpose of ac-
quainting them with the purposes
Sand work of the new organization.


The All-Florida Magazine, a
monthly publication, with George
R. Hilty as editor and publisher,
has made its initial appearance.
Clarissa Greene is assistant edi-
The magazine is designed to be
a digest of information of facts
regarding Florida's opportunities,
resources, advantages and will, ac-
cording to its introduction, seek
the elimination of propaganda by
presenting verified facts from all
sections of the state.

dorse 4yt Mimi Adv sisi g
Club as its offlesal invitation to
the Advertising Federation of Am-
erica to hold its 1932 session in
Miami, and Mr. Hilty is in at-
tendance at the convention now in
session in New York.

Bread Price Is Reduced-
By Kalamazoo Bakeries

KALAMAZOO, Mich., June 11.
-A reduction in bread prices, ef-
fective immediately, is announced
by three of Kalamazoo's largest
bakeries. Two of them reduced
prices from 13 cents for a 24-
ounce loath to 10 cents.

Bnad Brith TO Meet

The regular meeting of the Bnal
Brith will be held next Monday
night, June~ 22, at 8 o'clock in the
Beth David Hal, 'All members

are arged to attend asr this wil
tb~a earr~ the last imnportant meetiag: of

New gold discoveries are re-
ported from Mexico and South
Australia. How rich they are has
not yet been determined. The Aus-
trlalian "reef" has long been a
tradition under the name of "Al-
addin's Cave," so rich is it sup-
posed to be in the precious metal.
The Mexican bonanza is said to
be also rich in silver, lead and pe-
troleum. Both regions are in ter-
ritory occupied by hostile natives.
If either report proves true
there will be another great slaugh-
ter of aborigines who stand in the
way of the white man's greed, and
there will be such an addition to
te world's goMd supply as to still
futer comp iente the money
problem. Gold will be cheaper,
which means that prices will be
hger. Itis doubtful whether so-
ciety as a whole will be any bet-
ter off.

&'he more I see -of the motion
picture business the less respect I
have for the method and morals
of the movie magnates.
The latest scheme to lure the
pennies from the pockets of the
public is to sell advertising in the
talkies. Some of the films which
are being shown are honest en-
ough. They are distinctly labeled
as advertising, and anybody who
doesn't want h~is evening's enter-
tainment commercialized can get
up and go out. But there are oth-
icsin which the adve tisins-fo
money---is eleverly introduced in
so-called feature pictures. Yet the
local exhibitors are asked to pay
just as much for these films as-
for any others.


ch ie ist nothing illegal about
Court of the United States has de-
cided that any state has the right
to ~tax them at a different rate
from other businesses.
There is~ nothing unreasonable
about this, so long as the tax is
not high enough to drive them out
of business. The chain store fills
a place in our present social-eco-
nomic system, as is proved by the
amazing development of numerous
organizations operating hundreds
or thousands of retail outlets. The
independent local merchant, how-
ever, fills a much more important
place in his community, and he is
entitled to protection. Local mer-
chandising methods, especially in
the smaller communities, have
been greatly improved by reason
of chain store competition and ex-
ample, and it pould be a loss to
most towns it chain stores should
be suppressed .and the ~old, sit~p-
shed,' ineffieleat retalli3arlp
whe ease~ psevalled ar~lm~~iagga
where, were. to return.

Massacre of Jews

Occurs In Radem

The massacre of Jews which be-
gan in the town of Radem, be-
ginning Saturday night, continued
all day Sunday. Many Jews were
wounded, some of them very seri-
Though the attacks have ceased,
'the inhabitants are still in a state
of panic, and many are in dire
need of medical aid. The Jewish
Kehillah has called a conference
for the purpose of providing: help
for the sufferers.
Polish Jews throughout the
entire country are aroused and
steps have been taken to have the
Polish authorities provide suffi-
cient police protection to prevent
any repetition of the pogrom.


Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of
Temple Israel addressed the round
table luncheon of the Fort Laruder-
dale Rotary Club last Tuesday. His
speech on "Hypocrisy" attracted
considerable attention,
Dr. Kaplan is one of the most
popular noonday luncheon speak-
ers in this section, having address-
ed many of the service clubs dur-
izig his residence in Miami of
nearly five years.


In the schedule of twelve sum-
mer concerts to be given under the
auspices of th'e University of Mi-
ami, among the Jewish artists
who will be the soloists at the con-
certs are Mrs. Evelyn Raff, vo-
calist, who has appeared often dur-
ing the Jewish radio hour; Miss
Mildred Greenberg, pianist; Leon-
ard Rose, 'cellist, who has ap-
peared during the Jewish radio
hour and who won the Florida
state music contest, and Mrs. Her-
bert U. Feibelman, 'vocalist, who
has been heard often in Miami.


At a: meeting of the board of
trustees of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation a vacation

mu ora a dca d, begi

lasting until August 1, at which
time there will be a reorganization
of the Talmud Torah and a new .
enrollment '

Reception Held For Rabbi
As we are going to press the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orihodox Congregation is
giving a reception honoring Rabbi
Isaac M. W~apner, rabbi of the con-
gregation, who will leave for his
summer vacation on Monday. At
the reception a musical program
is being given and addresses are
being made by a number of the
active workers of the congrega-

Sno adassah To Meet
Serdi o~rtant meeting of the I

Iano Hadassah will be held on
M ndiy afternoon, June 29, at 8
o'an 7. at the Robert ClayT Hotel,
on kal meob are tlrged to at-
aendda mhesummer program ut
th organization wlH be dtiscusset.

IBnai Brith To Hold

Annual Field Day

On Sunday, June 28, Sholem
Lodge, the local Bnai Brith or-
Efanization, will hold its first an-
nual field day and picnic at the
Fort Lauderdale Beach pavilion.
Arrangements are in charge~ of
committee consisting of W.
Friedman, chairman; Jack Bern-
stein, L. O. Chisling, J.' H. Beck-
with, Phil Somberg and Ellar'd
Kahn. Every Jewish organization
has been invited to attend as the
guests of the Bnai Brith lodge and
all are urged to bring ,their picnic
baskets with them. According to
the plans, drinks and other goodies
will be served during the after-
noon free of charge.
The Las Olas Casino pool has
been placed at the disposal of the
guests and will provide pool swim-
ming in addition to the ocean
bathing. Track and swimming
contests, as well as a baseball
match between the A. Z. A. (Jun-
ior Bnai Brith) organization and
the Yeddidim Club has been ar-
ranged for entertainment during
the day.
Arrangements may be made for
those unable to get to the picnic
because of lack of transportation
by calling any member of the com-


The first congregational supper
of the summer se'asoin to be given
by the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation under the auspices
of the Ladies' Auxiliary will be
held at the ~synagogue on Sunday
evening;, July 5, according to an
announcement made by Mrs. Max
K~upferstein, chairman of the com-
mittee in charge of arrangements. i
Reservations may be made by call-
ing the chairman. A musical pro-
gram will be provided for the en-
tertainment of the guests.


Miami Day school for adult ed-
neation, which offers a summer
course for children afflicted with
defects of speech, will, open at 9
a. m. Monday in school administra-

Tdhe wr cretiohirdeals wt
such defects as stuttering, stam.
mering, lisping, burring, dialect,
th-ickness of speech and cluttering.
No pupils will be accepted in this
course whose difficulty is caused
by malformed, defective organs or
by mental deficiency.
Mrs. Luella Drake Sowers will
be in charge of the work, it being
a part of the summer work of the
public school. Parents may inter-
view Mrs. Sowers in the mornings
of this week.

Junior Council of Jewish
Woen M~ieets On Tuesday

The Junior Council of Jewish
Women will hold a meeting at the
Beth David Talmud Torah hall
next Tuesday, June 28. at eight
o'dclk. The summer activities of
the orsan~isation will be disceased

at this meteting. The bursiness ses-
slow will bje 'ro~owPed byr a ~pro.
gram of entertainment and re-
freshments wlH~ then be rservd.



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the rest of thetibn~ily.

M ear f. leepeat those kisses to
M........ and le .....--- give them to
you anp both of you together give
them t mamma.
Yejr loving daddy,

Miami, Fla., July 29, 1924.
My Dear Wife: Your letter at
the 26th received and the same old
story which you write me that you
received my letter and that you
are well. I think you can find, for
a change, another subject to go
along with the words, I feel well.
It costs me enough to have you
get a little pleasure and I think I
am entitled for you to write me
what pleasure you are getting writh
the children for the money,
I expect to go over to Nassau
Sunday and if you don't hear from
me for a few days don't be wor-
ried; you can continue writing me,
as when I will get back I will an
swer you on all particulars which
you might ask me.
'Hoping that my letter will find
you and the children in the best
of health and with best regards
and kisses to you and the children,
I remain, Yours truly,


An Interesting Correspondence II bs
Miami, Fla., July 16, 1924. lily, I remain, s rpa
Dear M.: Your letter `of the 13th Your.~. loin husband,
received and was glade to hear .......
that you and the children are in Best regards to I.... and M........ //LF;Gr~ Y
the best of health. Glad that you and tell them that I wrote you for
enjoyed with M........ and the whole them to be good little grls; W ~Zacrz,
bunch, which I don't know who -kt`3
that may be, are going up to the Miami, Fla., July 22, 1924. 1
mountains. I don't want to dic-l My Dear Wife and Children: n
tate you what to do, but if she! I received your letter of the 19th
goes I think it is advisable for you in which you state that you receiv-
to go along with them as I don't ed my letter of the 16th which 47tiLZij i CL
see any pleasure for you to sit orln shows that we are keeping in step
the stoop with the children. with each other.
You don't have to do it, if you In regard to the saying which 3 Zt
don't want to, but I am just mak-l you find in my letters, that I al-
i ti ugsinI have no particular news ex- alright, there is nothing to it, I 8 dL zzp

cept that I am well and that ev- just merely write it, meaning that ,k n
erybody here is alright and they I am alright. Don't be worried if 3Y/ cue
send you their regards and also you find any words that you don't sa4 Z CCC j
the children. understand their meaning.
With best regards to you and I just passed Mrs. Benjamin and
children ~and also kisses, I remain, I asked for you but I don't believe ~ d a
she made Rivington street this
Your ovin husand, year. She told me that she was >
-- very busy but she just came to
Give my regards to all. Miami in time to eat some of my
~wife's cooking, as Meishe did not glad that you are feeling well and
Dear I. and M.: I received your know that she was here so he in- that you are enjoying.
two cute letters and glad that you vited Benjamin for dinner and be- Now, M., I have something on
are enjoying yourselves and hope lieve me, we had a dinner. my mind that I must write you. I
you will continue doing so. I have no extra news but I am don't know whether you. all are
With best regards and kisses to well and everybody here is likre- trying to keep me in darkness or
you I emansa eceept oieshen e e iseep taking me for a fool.
Your loving father, ing right now, and making a mile Several months ago your sister,
a minute snoring, after the dish of Lena, wrote me a letter; this was
-------tub coolen with the favorite spice before Pessach and was asking for
Miami, Fla., July 21, 1924. of garlic. help and I responded. After it an-
My Dear Wife and Children: With best regards and kisses to other letter came addressed to
Yourleter f te 1th ecevedyou and the children, I remain, as you, which I did not give to you
nd a ld t h Iever, as I thought you could not help
amd wsup sed you har amm yu.o Yorlvnghsad her and I did not want to worry
about the letter which I wrote you .................. yu. Now you areint No rew York
calling you down for mail. I re- anatureallyyo when for ere ation
ceived your mail regularly which Dear I.: I read the words you hv lwasu atpesu was you s
you ought not to worry about me wrote in mamma's letter and you your pole
as I am in the best of health, say that you are a good girl and pep.
I hve entyoutody b pacelthat you and M........ listen to mam- Yesterday I received a letter
I hve entyoutody b pacelma and others. I am very proud from your sister, also stating her
post one box of mangoes contain- fo ordigs.hardship and she is so kind and
ing one dozen, also a little pigeon eeathkiesosstrndwrites me not to show you the
peas with a little Nassau thyme, Rpea Wh ith l o sIse n letter and the way she writes it
and by feeding the children with sister to you. WIt dve,dI re- seems to me that she don't even
this, they will think of home, sweet main, Your loving ddy, know whether you are in New
home. ............---- York, which I don't understand it.
Sorry to hear that you were sick I -- You have been there for almost
and hope my letter will find you Miami, Fla., July 23, 1924. three weeks and none of your fam-
alright. Also glad what I.... writes My Dear M. and Children: lily told you the hardship of your
me that she is enjoying herself own flesh and blood.

pulmy e
I ha e noextra news to write
you about, but I am quite well and
hope my letter will find you and
the children likewise.
With best regards and kisses to
you and all, I remain,
Your loymng husband,

Miami, Fla., July 26, 1924.
My Dear Wife: Today is Satur-
day and as I will not write you
tomorrow, I thought it would be
best to write you today.
We have lots of rain today and
I also heard over the radio last
night that Friday and Saturday
will be colder in New York.
I am sorry now, that I have
written that unpleasant letter to
you yesterday as this may worry
you and you may lose some of
your weight, but nevertheless
sometimes you cannot help your-
self and seeing somebody's trou-
bles it makes you appreciate your
Best regards and kisses to you
and the children and regards to

P. S.--Mr. Rippa is out in the
car riding aroutid. He called sev-
eral times at my office and he is
improving nicely.

Miami, Fla,, July 30, 1924.
My Dear Wife and Children:
I have not received any letter
from you today but owing to the
fact that you must not have writ-
ten on Sunday, as Sunday is a
pleasure day, and I don't mind for
such. I also wrote you a letter
yesterday with a little calling down
which I hope your did not feel of-
fended and understand my point,
as many ladies when they go to
the country they bo write double
letters, one with the truth and one
polished, telling their husbands
what a good time they are having
and also telling them the high so-
ciety they are amongst, so to have
something to show here. I know
you don't have to do that as you
can reach anything under the sun
except religion.
My wife, Moishe had a letter
from Mrs. Barrash and she says
she called on you.
With best regards and kisses to
you and the children and best re-
gards to all, I remain,
Your l0Ving husband
and father,

Miami, Fla., Aug. 1, 1924.
My Dear Wife and Children:
Your letter of the 20th received
and glad that you and the children
are well.
In regard to your sister, Lens, I
have nothing .more to say, as I
left matters to you and you wdll
look after them.
Sorry to know that you are get-
ting other people's troubles, but it
is better to have others' troubles
than your own, if trouble is to 'oe
I have written you on M~onday~
that I am going to Nassau, so ii
you don't hear from me for a few
days don't be worried, but you can
continue writing and when I will
return I will answer yes.:
With best regards and kisses to
you and the children, I remain,
Your loving husband
and' da 7,~

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and tha sse deiissed M.e... ta d

them wanted to kiss me.
Don't be worried about me. My
wife, Meishe Barrash is treating
me royally. He also told me that
Mrs. Barrash called on you.
Hoping my letter will find you
the same as it leaves me here, and
wihbs eal d maiyou, the chil-

Yours truly,

Miami, Fla., July 24, 1924.
My Dear Wife: Your letter of
the 21st received in which you
state that you received my letters
of the 17th and 18th. I am glad
that you and the children are in
the best of health and that you
are enjoying life and hope you will
continue doing so.
I and my wife, Moishe, who is
here at present, are enjoying our-
selves. I: have written you yester-
day that we were to have a party
and we did, and believe me, we
had all the fun of the world.
Mr. Ben snatched the earnatize-
kel fi~om Mrs. Ben and Moishe
took it from her and all the rest
of the folks laughed'
I have no particular news to
write you, but today is Thursday
and we all expect to go out to the
beach for a good time. With best

cblr glan a the rs of t fa -

Your letter of the 20th, which
was Sunday, received and was glad
to hear from you and the chil-
Please don't worry about me as
I am in the best of health as I al-
ways used to tell the people in
the market. I get three square
meals a day and something in be-
My wife, Moishe treats me like
a honeymoon couple. We are also
having a party tonight with car-
natizes and cherry wine for the
bachelors, and a horseneck for the
ladies, so therefore you can see
that we are having a good time,
and personally I always feel good
that my wife and children are en-
joying for a while in the metrop-
Hoping that my letter will find
you and the children in the best
of health and that you will con-
tinue enjoying yourself without
any worriation about me, I re-
mamn, as ever,
Your loving husband,

Give my best regards to I.... and
M........ and all the family. Tell I....
that the radio is installed already
and we just got through listening
to the noon program which I en.
joyed very much.

Miami, Fla., July 25, 1924.

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Entered as second class matter
July 4th, 1980, at the Post Offic
at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 8, 1879.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1931

By this term, I mean the sort of "hoarseness" that has
no chronic, tubercular, or other complicated nature. Its cause
is, sudden exposure to extremes of temperature, or over-use
of the vocal organs in an improper manner. Clergymen get
it frequently--and amateur vocalists; children with adenoids,
large tonsils---and those who breathe through the mouth,
from nasat or other respiratory infection.
The onset of simple laryngitis is usually sudden; its du-
ration depends upon the treatment employed. When, in the
case of singers, hoarseness and husky voice appears, REST
is the treatment; perfect silence, if it can be enforced, may
be maintained for 24 or 48 hours and will produce wonderful
results. Simple gargling with warm water containing a mild
antiseptic such as boric acid, is good home treatment.
"Croup," now seldom heard' of, is laryngitis in the simple
form. For a long time diphtheria was called "membranous
croup," singularly fatal before< the discovery of anti-toxin *
the improved treatment is little less than a God-send which
has almost banished terror of this, one of childhood's most
fatal maladies.
The simple laryngitis of childhood may or may not dis-
able the youngster. The hoarseness precedes the loud, bark-
ing cough. The attack may be cured in two or three days
by attention to the bowels and hygiene of the child; minute
closes of any good cough remedy helps to dismiss the annoy-
ing cough; I employ one with a little syrup of ipecac, to se-
cure relaxation of the skin and 'to favor sweating; of course
the little patient is kept in an eRven temperature until he is
well used to the pure out-door air. Lobelia is very useful in
spasmodicc croup," but it should be given under the super-
vlsion of your doctor.

The fact that the remarks of Dr.
Cyrus Adler, president of the Jew-
ish Theological Semmnary, were
not made mention of in the' pubi-
city given out by the United Syn-
agogue in connection with its con-
vention at the Breakers Hotel in
Atlantic City, seems to indicate
that he does ,not represent the
views of the United Synagogue:
for in them he pleaded for a "nor-
mal development of Rabbinical Ju-
daism in this country--not an Am-

Amre alIe tob 1 she ra tmr
editions of Judaism and become part

den t im of te Unite S n
gogue. The late Dr. Shechter or-
gani~zed the United Synagogue as
an extension department of the
Je wish Theological Seminary,
which insists that students be loy-
al to Judaism and live the Jewish
life." He therefore urged themnot
to create' a new schism in Israel
by cryrstallizing the United Syna-
gogue into a party, but to try to
reconcile and heal differences that
exist within the Jewish ranks.
From that point of view, the Unit-
ed Synagogue will be a unifying
force in American Jewr?*
Far ~from stressing this, the
publicity focused attention on
President Kohn's statement that
"No Judaism of either left wing or
:right wmng tendencies less vital
than the Judaism of our historic
tradition will, in the long run, sat-
isfyr American Israel." WPhile we
thoroughly agree with this harm-
less statement, we do not, in the
first place, agree with the impli-
eation that the United Synagogue
is the "Center," Orthodoxy the
"Right W7Ving,"' and Reform the
"Left." The Judaism of the ages
as it has been handed down
through those today designated as
orthodox Jews, alone has the vi-
tality to continue to "satisfy" ani-
versal Israel. On this side lies the
weight of tradition; this is the
middlee path" from which the
Sadducees and K~araites swerved
and were lost to Judaism, and
from which the reform and sremi-
,reform (or so-called conservative)
elementsolf today are swerving to
their own annihilation.
To the extent that the members
of the United Synagogue strength- :
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tbe w~ebu y dl i ar fght with
for help, what did you do? You
came up and socked me in the eye!
Cabbageo--I thought youse was
calling' me names. Youse was look-
in' right straight at me and yell-
ing "Succor!"

eat them--I ain't a white ant."

A tornado out in Minnesota lift-
ed a 12-car train off the track and j
set it down 100 feet away. What
a; common carrier that is! Swift,
economical and, when any other
conveyance meets it at a crossing
the tornado always wins. Why not

SikS shinny Thought transfer. take your vacation by tornado this
ence ? Nothing to it. I've tried it. year ?

Obfusca--You've got to have
some thought to start with, you

It seems that during the late la-
mented war a bullet came and sat
down in Bill's right' lung. The
lung promptly collapsed, and, as
Bill explained, he should have been
dead 11 or 12 years ago. But he's
very much alive.
One hraybof sunshine all t e e
years has been te way in w b h
inslrac aero nts ofr rheariing
ing lung, shake him kindly by the
hand and go away in silence.
But last week-well, after .Bill
had painted his case to an insur-
ance agent, the agent beamed, and
"Well, we can still do business.
I not only sell insurance, but cem-
etery lots."

Furthermore. when that court-
house lawn in Illinois is turned in-
to a miniature golf course, "if the
janitor will clean the windows,"
opines the Dayton News, "the ju-
rors will have something to inter-
est their minds while the evidence
is being submitted."

Thek hos cme otra gai st tew
practice of showering heroes with

b or a rn osnbd aditar a
use cellophane.

The healthiest feasts cost the

Don't judge the sheriff by the
company he keeps.

The handsome show girl natural-
ly has the best show.

A matchless eigar may be light-
ed in some other manner.

A man who sits down and re-
flects isn't necessarily brilliant.

An Irishman says no gentleman
will go to sleep at a wake.

It's awfully hard for a woman
to manage her home to the satis-
faction of the hired girl.

Carl Holmer, dutiful marriage
license clerk, is still wondering
whether that applicant was joking
or was the epitome of cautions
men. Anyway-
"Horw much does this license
cost?" asked the applicant.
"One dollar," chanted Mr. Hol-
"Say," asked the applicant,
"would I get anything off if I
made a down payment on a divotcee
at the same timet",

An applicant for the dole had
his claim questioned by the local
police sergeant on the ground that
he was an owner of houses--al-
though he has received no rent
from them for months past. "Of
course I own two houses," retort-

"Many a love story," says Cyni.
cal Sue, "has been written on
check stubs."

"Is Bernice happily married?"
"Yes, indeed, her husband's away
most of the time."

"That radio sounds funny to
"Oh, John, now I know why. I
put your dress shirt in the loud
speaker to remind you of the laun-

Afer 66years Jefrson Dvis
p e a rahnes been moved from the sourhap-
enlled Statuary Hall.

Dora says ifWshington can't
reach Sandino any other way it
ought to get after him like any
other hoodlum, for non-payment of
back income tax.

States Rights: Letting the Fed-
eral Government tackle Beer Hood-
lum Capone's case, because he
doesn't cough up an income tax.

The girl chum says that an op-
timist is a person who can sit i~n
a rumble seat without d oiong u


A medical ma clims that the
drinking habit can be cured by a
simple surgical operation. I saw
it done once. The man simply cut
out the booze.

Bride (on honeymoon)-W~hy do
you look so unhappy, Jim? You
know we are one now.
Groom--Yes, dear, but judging
from the hotel bill I've just re-
ceived the manager seems ';o
think we're about half a dozen.

Bloofus--How do you get along
with your wife ?
Obfuscus -I wonder sometimes

Will Rogers, who was thrown
from a horse and landed on his
head, broke only his ankle. I feel
almost certain now that he would
make an excellent president.

A Boston street car conductor
came home unexpectedly and gave
one of his wife's visitors a .388.
caliber transfer.

S"Has the man next door planned
a, garden?"
"I guess so; he wants to buy my

SClifford--"I love you more than
I love myself."
'Gloria--"So do I, dear."

Two English girls, we read, are
under contract to walk5 12 miles a
day merely to test sho~es rand see
how long they will last. I know a
boy who could acomplish the
same thing in half an hour a day
pushing his scooter on the cement


(Reprint from the Jewish Forum)


liarle Conway, head of thi Continental Can Company,
a customer in Massachusetts who makes cranberry


They dined together, and after dinner the talk turned to
world business conditions which, says Earle, "seem to have
e11minated prohibition from conversation, so there is that
mnuch to be said in favor of depression at least."'
SThe cranberry man said: "During the war I was making
cranberry sauce and w& were not able to get sugar except at
an exorbitant price. Every one in the industry said we
had better go out of business because we had to have sugar
to make cranberry sauce, and sugar at thirty cents a pound
would stop sales.
"I went into a huddle with myself that night and came
to the conclusion that I would let the customers decide
whether they would buy cranberry sauce made with thirty-
cent sugar; that I had just orie job in the world and that
was to run my business, and I was going to let the world take
care of itself, and every one chie take care of himself, and I
was going to figure holy I could take care of my business
and solve the problems each dap as they came along.
"I did not think I was big~ enough to help or harm the
world's progress, but I did thjik I could help or harm my
own business."
One thing which makes this depression seem more dis-
couraging than others is the f~act that all countries have
been so closely kmit together. In other periods of slow busi-
ness we in the United States did not worry because the cof-
fee market was bad in Brazil or the corn plaster industry
had collapsed in Timbuctoo. We had our own troubles to
This year, our newspapers, through their truly wonder-
ful news gathering forces, have brought us all the bad tidl-
ings from everywhere. The result is that the average busi-
ness man is gomng around trying to carry the troubles of the
whole big world.
.may be all wrong, but my idea about the other coun-
tries 18 that they are all having serious difficulties, just as
we are, but in every one of them there is a solid backbone
of people just like you and me-hard working, sensible men
and women wvho have their homes and families, who do not
want to see tihe social order overthrown and who are doing
Their individual best to solve their own problems.
-'Ultimately, I believe, this silent majority will win.
In the meantime, when anybody comes into my office'
to discuss world conditions, I courteously ask to be extcused.
I am trying hard to work out my own salvation.
If everybody in the world does that the world will be


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sional was played by 1Mis Mildred
Greenberg, a sister of the bride.
After the ceremony a reception was
held and refreshments were served,
During the evening and at the re-,
ception at the home muele was
played by the University of 1Miami
Junior Symphony Trio consisting
of L~ouis Eley, violimast; Mildred
G~reenberg, pianist, and Leonard
Rose, 'cellist. After the reception
at the home, the bridal party con-
sisting of the immediate members
of the family attended a dinner at
the Palatial Kosher Restaurant.

The spinster may have cause to
congratulate herself on the num-
her of times she didn't get marl

Dancing, local co-eds agree,
helps keep girls alert in their
studies. On their toes, as it were.
But we doubt the general appeal
of .the testimonial given by one
dacing co-ed at the U. of C., who
said: "Girls who dance are more
truly intelligent, more rounded

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After the wedding breakfast the ANNOUNCING OPENING OF
couple left for a motor trip to EIGHTH ST. SHOE SHOP
Asheville, N. C., and then to New 544 N. W. Eighth St.
York city.
Rabbi Isaac M. WNapner of the SHOE REBUILDING
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and Albert; E. Kaufman at the
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of the members of the family and
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Elaborate appointments marked
the nuptials of Miss Sadye Silber-
stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Silberstein, and D~rt Max
Pepper, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Pepper, at 5:30 p. m. last Sunday
at the Beth David Synagogue.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei performed the
ceremony in the presence of a large
assemblage of friends and rela-
While guests assembled Miss
Irene Farr sang "I Love You
Truly" (Carrie Jacobs-Bond), ae-
companied by Miss Helen Farkas.
During the ceremony she sang "O
Promise Me" (Degoven). Miss
Farkas played the "Bridal Chor"
us" from "Lohengrin" as the pro-
eessional and Mendelssohn's "Wed-
ding March" as the recessional*
After the wedding a reception
and dance was given in the syna-
gogue auditorium with parents at
the couple receiving with the brid-
al party.

daA oreh Ass int in edntmraicni
were Mrs. Isidor Cohen, 1Mrs. B.
Kandel, Mrs. L. Hartz and Mrs. J.
Katz. Dr. and Mrs. P pper left
for Jacksonville from where they
will go by automobile on a short
tour of the state. After June 25
they will be at home to thelr
friends at the Merriam apart-
ments, 1866 N. Bayshore drive.
Mrs. Pepper came to Miami with
her parents in 1925i from Bethle-
hem, Par She is a graduate of

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Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
entertained at dinner last Sunday
afternoon for Mr. Hf. M. Drewitch.
Number of friends of th ami y
were present,

Miss Josephine Ross has left for
Gastonia, N. C., where she will
spend the summer. Miss Ross is a
freshman at the University of Mi-

Temple Israel Sisterhood spon-
sored a bridge luncheon at the
Cass Blanca hotel, Hollywood, last
Monday afternoon, through the
courtesy of Mrs. A. W. Adams, th
manager. About fifteen tables of
bridge were in play and a very
enjoyable time was had by all.



Winner of high weore rises were
Mesdames D. Kaplan, J. Gaif, H.
I. Magid, Lewis Brown and H. I.
Homa, Assisting the hostess in
receiving the guests were Mrs,
Isaac Levin, president of the Sis-
terhood; Mrs. I. L. Seligman,
chairman of the event; Mrs. H. I.
Magid of Hollywood, Mrs. Men-
del Cromer and Mrs. B. L. Reisner,

Rabbi Isaac Mi. Wapner of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Conglrega.
tion will leave for his summer va.
cation of four weeks beginning
next Sunday. He will visit his for-
mer congregation at Akron, Ohio,
and will then visit his congrega.
tion at Philadelphia, and then
spend some time in New York eity.

Teachers' College in Stroudaburg,
Pa., and has been active in the
Junior Hadassah.
Dr. Pepper received his B. S. de-
gree from the University of Flor-
ida and later attended Jefferson
Medical College of Philadelphia,
where he was resident physician
at Columbus hospital. He belongs
to Phi Beta Delta fraternity, Pht
Kappa Phi, honorary fraternity,
and Phi Delta Epsilon, medical fra-
ternity. He will be a resident in-
terne at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital here.

The marriage of Miss Ruth Wil-
liamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Williamcson, and 1Mevin
Goldstrom took place Tuesday at
noon at the Alcazar Hotel witn
Rabbi J. H. Kaplan performing the

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Feting Miss Eleanor Clark, bride
of next week, Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub was hostess at her home
with a handkerchief shower and
bridge tea Monday afternoon. She
was assisted by her mother, Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, and guest, Miss Rei-
na Wahnish of Tallahassee.
Gifts were arranged in a large
bandana and presented the guest
of honor by Mrs. WTeintraub's son,
Albert Laurence. The lace cover.
ed ten table held a large handker-
chief doll at either end.
Prizes were won by Ruby Show-
ers Baker, Eda Keary Liddle and
Mrs. Albert Son.

cayne. Dancing has been arranged
and entertainment will be pr>-

The Women's Club of the W~ork-
men's Circle will have its annual
picnic on Sunday, June 21, at Sun-
ny Isles Casino. At noon a home
made dairy dinner featuring ge-
fillte fish and blintzes will be
served for only seventy-five cents.
During the day various athletic
contests and other novelty features
have been arranged for the enter-
tainment of the guests. The gen-
eral public is invited and assured
of a splendid day of entertainment.

Mrs. Herbert E. Kleiman of 641
Tenth street, Miami Beach, left
last week for New York city and
the White mountains. She will vis.
it in Cleveland before returning in

As guests assembled, a program
of music was given. The setting
for the nuptials was formed of
tropical plants and flowers.
Mrs. James W~illiamson, as ma-
tr~on of honor, wore a gown of pink
lace with picture hat to match. Mr.
Williamson was best man.
The bride's dress was of white
lace, worn with an imported veil
tmrrl h C t th a h d th n e

Guests included Ruby Showers
Baker, Miss Helen Farkas, Mana-
Zucca, Mrs. D~aniel Cromer, Mrs.
Albert Son, Mrs. J. W. Hunt, Mrs.
Gadsden Lewis, Mrs. Lee Rogers,
Miss Frances Drackerman, Eda
Keary Liiddle, Mrs. Gerald Lewis,
Mrs. Dewey Knight, Mrs. Jules
Pearlman, Mrs. Lionel. Cassel, Miss
Rose Mary Gerson, Adelaide Clark
Rittenhouse, Mrs. Edwin Thatcher
Clark and Mrs. E. J. Hall.

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson and
children will leave for Henderson,
ville, N. C., by auto next Tuesday.
Miss Norma will spend the sum-
mer at Camp Perry Ann in Bre-
vard, N. C., and Mrs. Simpson and
Shepard will stay at Henderson-
ville. Mr. Simpson will return to
Miami the latter part of next

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kotkin
have as their house guests their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and

mMrs. Saphir of New eYork cit who

A very interesting lecture was
delivered at the Workmen's Cirele
hall by Mr. La. Savin, head of the
Arbeiter Ring Schule of Atlanta,
Ga., last Sunday night to the
members of the Arbeiter Ring and
the Women's Club of the organiza-
tion. A round table discussion fol-
lowred and lasted for several hours.
The method of teaching, the rea-
sons therefore, and the results ac-
complished by the Yiddish schules
were thoroughly discussed. While
here Mr. Savin was shown around
the Miami district.

Mrs. Barack of Miami Beach en-
tertained a number of friends at
a bridge luncheon last Monday.
Bridge was played following a very
elaborate luncheon and prizes were
given for high scores. Among
the guests present were Mrs. ReiJ-
man of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Joe
Reisman, Mrs. Harry V. Simon,
Mrs. M. B. Frank, Mrs. I. L. Mint-
zer, MVres. Sam Blanck, Mrs. Max
Hoffman and Mrs. Morris Dubler.

As we are going to press a
Dutch supper, card party and
dance are being held at the home
of Mrs. Ray Mendelson for the
benefit of the Loyalty Club.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris W~illiamson
celebrated their thirty-fifth wed-
ding anniversary last Sunday at
their home in Miami Beach, with
a large number of their immediate
family and friends present. Dur-
ing the evening refreshments were
served and games were enjoyed.
They will leave shortly for an ex-
tended auto tour which will take
them to California, where they
will spend some time.

Mrs. William Clein, accompanied
by her son, Hilhiard, left, last Tues-
day for her summer vacation which
she will spend visiting her friends
and relatives in Alabama, Georgia
and South Carolina.
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trane a lage guM el re

a group of students of the Geor-
gia School of Technology who are
spending their vacation in Miami,
among whom are William Levitt,
Philip Epstein and Aaron Selig-
man. Dancing was enjoyed and re-
freshments were served during the
evening, followed by a midnight
luncheon. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Baron, Judith
Birnkrant, Frances Lewis, Sylvia
Farr, Irene Farr, Doris Cromer,
Louise Goldberg, Celia Flitman,
Natalie Pallott, Sylvia Kronberg,
Ruth Schwartz, Frances Kane and
Ruth Davis; Nathan Levitt, Louis
Stein, Harold Cromer, Reuben
Botts, Mike Silberstein, Sheldon
Dubler, Nathan Dubler, Morris
Kronberg and Irvin Spector.

Mrs. S. M. Machtei, the wife of
Rabbi Machtei of Beth David Con-
gregation, accompanied by her lit-
tle daughter, left Tuesday on the
Clyde Line for New York city to
spend a summer vacation visiting
relatives and friends.


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Mrs. Tillie Farkas entertained at
her home in Riverside last Friday
afternoon for a number of friends
at a bridge party. Lunch was
served during the afternoon.
Prizes for high score were won by
Mrs. Lewis Brown and Mrs.
Charles Walder. Among the other
guests present were Miss Helen
Farkas, Mrs. A. Wallerstein, Mrs.
M. Arnold, Mrs. Isridor Cohen, Mrs.
H. H. Farr, Mrs. Max Aronow~itz
and Mrs. Morris Dubler. A very
enjoyable time was had by all.

The Yeddidim Club, composed of
young Jewish men, will sponsor a
trip down the bay on Sunday eve-
ning June 28, on the boat Bis-



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sented by the ten children who
-"o -at. Indorar Sheche t "
man and Dorothy Pepper recited.
Charles Adelman and Marcie Ad-
elman played several violin num-
bers in a manner that received ap-
plause from all present. Elisee
Bacher and Eugene Somberg dane-
ed lind Marion Weinberg sang.
Prizes for best costumes and ex-
cellence \of their numbers were
presented to little Isador Schech-
t~er b~orothya wepran dgEugene
each participant, in addition to a
little gift. Refreshments were
served. Mrs. Ella T. Kaiser, wor-
thy grand matron of the chapter,


Miss Lillian Smith of Philadel-
phia was the honor guest at a
dinner party given by Mrs. L.
Karfunkle at her home on Jessa-
mine street Sunday night. After
dinner the guests attended a the.
ater party and later went to the
beach. Besides Miss Smith, Mrs.
Karfunkle's guests were Miss Ann
Dunn, the Misses Esther and Fan-
nie Schrebnick, Miss Selma Kar-
funkle and Miss Bella Goldberg.

Mrs. Mary Schrebnick is gen"
eral chairman of the committee in
charge of the dance to be given at
the Show Boat on Thursday night
by members of the Beth El Sis~ter-
hood. Other members of the com-
mittee include Mrs. B. Ryder, Mrs.
I. Gold and Mrs. M. Dubbin. Table
reservations may be made by call"
ing Mrs. M. Tessler, 9571. The
public is invited to attend. Al
Moss' orchestra will furnish the
musie for dancing.

Miss Lillian Smith, Mrs. Tom
Smith, Ben Devor, Morton Smith
and Ethel Smith left for Philadel-
phia on a two months' vacation*
Miss Lillian Smith and Ben Devor
are from Philadelphia and will re-
main -there.

A Beth Israel Sisterhood gath~-
ering was held at the home of
Mrs. D. Feldman Sunday night.
Those attending had avery enjoy-
able evening and after several
games of bridge enjoyed delicious

Arrangements are being made
for a birthday party to be held
next Sunday for Master S. Gold-
stein, youngest son of Mr. S. Gold-

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A very large attendance of the
Bnal Brith was held Wednesday
evening at the Community Center.
Over forty members were present
and Joe Lesser, well known attor-
ney, acted as chairman.

Mr. Joe Jacobs of Atlanta ar-
r ved Monday af enon ods mo I ,

mother-in-law, Mrs. Julia Rosen-
wald, who is very ill.

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(Continued from Last Week)
He avoided the preaching of dry,
academic and even technical ser-
mons which tend to produce and
create a cold, repulsive, alienating
atmosphere, so regretfully com-
mon in the present day pulpit. In-
seaed, heahre I nto his fim pr n-
feelings of his disciples by simple
heart-to-heart chats, delivered in
his easy, frank and straightfor-
ward manner. He spoke more with
soul than with tongue. Heart
speaks to heart.
in in dthe ls sumnawnp eed
tion in the Garden City of Tel-
Aviv, and I paid him an unofficial
visit in the hope of gleaning more
of this Gaon's wonderful life. Hav-
ing exchanged mutual greetings
and discussed the various topics
customary between master and dir-
ciple, we sat together ~for some
time ~in silence on the veranda
which commanded a clear view of
the open sea. By some subtle in-
fluence his very presence seemed
to affect my general aspect on na-
ture. I noticed the incoming tide,
the rushing mass of blue solidify
smashing on the distant Jaffa
beach to be east high into the air
ai column' of creamy mist and slide
back with the descent of a para-
chtite, a shower of vaporous spray.
I beheld therein a message, a gen-
tle reminder from highest divinity
to lowly humanity. Was not this
symbolical of the frailty and fu-
tility of man; his giant gestures,
strivings, and sweeping ambitions,
only to dwindle away into empty
(Continued Next Week)

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vangilder,
formerly actively connected with
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, are now located in their
new home in West Palm Beach
and reside at 725 South Sapodilla

Mr. Jake Nea is away from
Miami on a four weeks' business
and pleasure trip and will visit
New York eity and other points

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ber of friends at a bridge party at
the Alcazar hotel on Tuesdaay,
June 16. She was assisted by
Miss Anne Simons. Prizes were
awarded to the following: Mr. M.
J. Weiner, Mrs. Fay Wer~ner Tay.
lor, Miss Rose Parker, Miss Sara
Trager and Mr. A'lbert Kaufmann.
AQ salad course, chicken sand-
wiches and iced ten were served.
The following were the guests
present: Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hure-
witz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Shenk-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Greenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Mr.
Sam Lipton, Mr. Arthur Shapiro,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kaufman, Mr.
Joseph Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Kaufmann, Miss Lilian
Shapiro, Miss Rose Parker, Miss
Ida Gold, Miss Elsie Weinberger,
Miss Rita Gordon, Miss Anne
Holzman, Miss Syd Klein, Mr.
Coleman Hir~sch, Miss Sara Trager,
Miss Mildred Greenberg, Miss
Anne Simons, Miss Betty Green-
berg and Mr. and Mrs. M. :.

The Junior Hadassah will hold
the first of a series of summer
"Happy Hour Meetings" next
Monday evening, June 22, at 8
o'clock at 316 N. E. Fourteenth
terrace, at the home of Miss Ger-
trude Goldman. Assisting Miss
Goldman as hostesses are Miss
D~orothy Brill and Mrs. Jasper
Cromer. A very splendid evening
of entertainment has been pre-
pared for the members present.
All are urged to be on hand early.

The next big event sponsored by
the Junior Hadassah will be the
dance to be given at Carter's pier,
Miami Beach, on July 5. In charge
of the arrangements is a commit-
tee with Mrs. Mannie Wesson as
chalerm .a Full details will be pub-

Mr. Harvey Grossman, one of
the food and health inspectors of
theDeprtmnt f Health of New
the ke arty nsthe house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort, having
arrived in Miami last Tuesday on
the Clyde liner Mohawk. Mr. Rot-
fort was a college mate of Mr.
G ossman htthel Farmingda la A

and they have been friends for a
lon nuber f yars. Mr. Gross-
man will remain here for a on
two weeks, afterowhich he will a -

to New York city.

Mrs. Philip Augustine will be the
hostess at a bridge luncheon for
the benefit of the Ladies' Auxil.
lary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation at her home,

1457 S. W. Twentieth avenue, on
Wednesday, June 24. Prizes will
be given for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. She
will be assisted in entertaining by

several members of the executive
board of the auxiliary. All are
urged to attend and are promised
a very splendid afternoon of en-

Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet
etert ind at uinaerl last Tu s

Lewis of Baltimore, Md., who are
making their summer home in Mi-
ami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kane have
moved to their new home in Mi-

at eet, whre they ill isgehteen

"Years of Grace" was reviewed
last Tuesday evening by Mrs. Al-
bert Rosenthal at the meeting of
the Fortmightly Book Review Club
at the home of Mrs. Samuel Weis-
sell in Coral Gables. The next
meeting will be June 30 and Mrs.
Adelle Vince Rose will give Vicki
Baum's "Grand Hotel"' at the home
of Mrs. Harry Or~im, 857, S. W.
Thirteenth avenue.

Miss Reina Warnick of Talla-
hassee is the guest of Mrs. Syd-
ney Weintraub.

An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregaltion was
held at the home of Mrs. Morris
Kotkin last Tuesday evening when
very important matters for the fu-
ture of the organization were dis-
cussed. Reports of various activi-
ties of the organization we're re-
ceived. The next meeting will be
held some time in July.

A board meeting of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will be
held at the home of Miss Georgia
Roth, 1776 S. W. Twenty-third
street, next Monday, June 22, at
8 p. m. All members of the exec-
utive board and the officers are
urged to be on hand promptly.

Dr. Charles Beckwitt returned
to Miami Tuesday from Winter
Haven, where he attended the
Florida State Convention of Op-

On Tuesday, July 1, Mrs. Wl
liam Mecklowitz will be the host-
ess together with Mrs. Max Kup-
ferstein in thie third of a series of
bridge parties for the benefit of
mie Laded' Auxtilioadryxofo gre M-

Mrs. Sam Futterfass was the
hostess at the first of a series of
benefit luncheon bridges beint
given for the Talmud Torah fund
of the Miami Jewisih Orthodox
Congregation at her home in Co-
conut Grove last Wednesday noon.

prze fo high ere aterin awarmi
ed to Mesdames Ida Buckstein, Isi-
dore Fine, Sam Tannenbaum, Max
Rappaport and Ben Kohl. Lunch
cniting of a salad course and
igtsable plate was served at

At the meeting of Emunah
Chapter, O. E. S., last Thursday
night at the Scottish RieTmp e,
children of the members took part
in the presentation of a splendid

and .particularly interesting pro-
gram. Instituted for the purpose
of awakening the interests of the
parents, a program that was, a
revelation to all present was pre-



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