The Jewish Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010090/00015
 Material Information
Title: The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description: 63 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1929
Publication Date: -1990
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: 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
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
System ID: AA00010090:00015
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Preceded by: Jewish weekly
Succeeded by: Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Free Loan Society
to Elect Officers

Wednesday night, April 8th
at 8 p. m. will mark the an-
nual meeting and election of
officers for the Hebrew Free
Loan Society of Miami. The
meeting will be held at hte
Biscayne Masonic Hall, at
15th Ave. and N. W. 1st St.,
on the second floor.
At this meeting a full and
detailed report will be render-
ed showing the number of
families helped and a com-
plete financial statement will
be presented to each member
The nomination Committee
will then present its report
and elections will then be
Because of the fact that re-
markable wrok has been done
by the Society in the short
time of its existence it is in-
etmbent upon Miamn Jewry
to make every effort to be
present and tak peart in the
good work.

l aLCGI The Beth David Bible Class Miss Natalie Spector, the
ds of Mrs. organized some time ago by daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
formerly Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld and Samuel J. Spector, of Obispo
sen of this headed by Mr. John Wolf as avenue, Corlm t Gables, wass
ed' beyond President celebrated At an old elected from the Senior Class
of her sud- fashioned "Siyom'" last.night al honorary Society of Ponce
eek on the hrl e vestry rooms of the de Leon High School as a re-
night of Synagogue. ward for. scholarship, charac-
A large number of guests in ter, leadership and service.
wh was addition to the members of On Thursday she was
among her the Bible Clan were present awarded a scholarship to the
lami where to enjoy the festivities. Every University of Miami as a re-
years was organization connected with ward for her scholastic stand-
Il affairs the Synagogue was represent- ig by the faculty of the Coral
of every ed. Gables High School.
Her mar- The affair began with the Miss Spector has won signal
of Mon- singing of the Hatikvo led by honors at the High School
of last Mr. Wroobel and was followed during the time that she has
ter her by a very interesting and in- been a resident of Florida
ith her structive address outlining having come here with her
ir home the history of the Class by its parents from Boston, Mass.
bbi Si- President Mr. Wolf who acted Her father is one of the
SYoung as Toastmaster. He then in- best known communal work-
His in- produced Mr. Lewis Brown, ers in Miami, being Vice Pres-
hed of Treasurer of Beth David who ident of the Hebrew Free
nd its made a brief address outline. Loan Society which he helped
led in- ing the progress of the Build- organize, the Mena Club of
litslr .ig of -he nw.-Beth. David....i sat i tW RW.
de Ro- Talmud Torah and appealed utive Board of Beth David,
er corn- for cooperation. Mrs. Sonya and in active charge of the
Sin Mi- Snowe then sang several se- erection of the new Tahmud
ame an elections of Jewish folk songs Torah Building.
Jewish and encore was enthusiasti- Mrs. Spector is one of the
e She call demanded. Mr. Jos. M. active workers of the, Beth
rything Fine, first vice president of David Sisterhood, being a
be at- Beth David then spoke brief- member of -its Executive
rt, the ly expressing his pleasure at Board the past several years.
bas met being present.
Israel Mr. Woobel then sang sev- Building edica
.t.melr eral Jewish folk songs which "
now were greatl applaud r. t Postponed
ice to E. Gordon was then introduc-
emark- ed to speak on behalf of the The dedication of the new
of her members of the Bible Class Talmud Torah Building of
.of the and in weD chosen.words he Beth David which had been
Jew- explained the work .of the scheduled to take place this
Bible Class and delivered a coming Sunday, May 6, 1929,
o her talk on the teachings of the hs been postponed to Sun-
of this Hagaddah. day, May 26, and will begin
ontreal A number of the members promptly at 3 o'lock, with
pected of the Sunday School arid sev- the formal dedication cere-
Sdaugh- eral of the children of mem- monies. At 7 o'clock there will
seeing bers of the Class rendered be a banquet to which only
peame several musical selections on those tho have purchased ad-
to the the violin'and piano and gave mission cards, and specially
ve birth several recitations. Those who invited guests, will be able to
died im- took part were Miss Adele attend. Arrangements are
and did Segal, Miss Ida Engler, Mas- now being made for some out
ild. She ter Weinkle and several of town speakers to address
Sing.day others. ,the afternoon and evening
Mrs. Isidor Gohen then ceremonies.
Hamoad spoke on behalf of the Sister- The postponement was
Id of her hood of Beth David and she caused by the fact that the
d not yet, was followed by Mr. J. Louis furniture and equipment or-
.n$ for Shochet the President of Beth dered for the new building
which David had not yet arrived and could
vid. Mrsido Cohen in a very not be installed Inf time as
other of drrnatie way told a Stro de- originally scheduled.
Ctrated'for pictinga real episode in re- .-
Sexpected cent Miami history, Which will the last peakern d in a hur
of thede- appear inanearly issue of the moroqs vein delivered a ver
iht to Mi- Americal Heb *., He held interesting talk. He thea con-
phy.iciane hi.bear. Bf. bo..d for chuded with ,n outtlio the
tboine f to :if id a scope and puPOsB of t a ile
iw toaof ao Couwes an eanotended an invi-
w;.st il S;" ourse which
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Welfare Bureau
Plans Campaign
At the last meeting of the
Jweish Welfare Bureau the
Executive Board decided that
because of the calls made up-
on the organization for relief
in needy cases it became im-
perative that additional funds
be raised to continue the
work. After considerable dis-
cussion it was decided that a
Committee be apbinted to
draft plans for a Jewish Wel-
fare *urean Campaign Week.
It is planned that the Friday
preceding the Campaign Week
both the Beth David and
Temple Israel Rabbis will
preach sermons, and a mass-
meeting will be held the fol-
lowing Sunday to acquaint lo-
cal Miamian Jews with the
necessity for becoming mem-.
bers of the Bureau. An ac-
tive campaigfi will then be
waged to cover\every Jewish
home. in the City during this
,week by the various teams
which will be named.

Father of Miami
Merchant Dies
In New York
Meyer Goldberg for years
one of the most active work-
ers in the Jewish Communal
life in New York and vicinity
and one of the founders of the
Hebrew Free Loan Society of
New York, a member of prac-
tically every Jewish activity
in New York City, died in
New York as the result of
pneumonia at the age of 71
For the past several years
Mr. Goldberg had retired
from active work because of
ill health but nevertheless re-
tained his interest in the
work of the Free Loan So-
He was the father of Larry
Goldberg of the Fay Mills of
this City.

Large Class Natur-
alized in U. S. Court

Among the thirty-six for-
eign born men and women
who 'were naturalized last
Wednesday in the United
States District Cprt by
Juudge Halstead L- RitR~r,
were a number of Jewish men
and women of this City.
Felicia Rybier noted pianist,
Nathan Wroobel acting Can-
tor of Beth David, Miss Ra-
chel Adelman one of the as-
sistant Librarians at the
Flagler Memorial ,Library,
Morris Rappaport were a few
of the Jews naturalized.

Adelian, Berner, Freeman "r"""-
and others, assisted by a corn- Polk F A a te dm I te -t
mittee of the Sisterhood con- Lashp ast Wee
istinig of M3 Beavin-
ick, Mrs.. Tedmn, Mrs. At the welcome prograT
J4 Engler and Sers assisted co Wednes
n tlp preparation of the lu- ig at the Miami i
tihetwhith was then served.

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SH RIBIAN future of tho
I *Syn ue his count

TAF ia oracca thea a y
e lor ub ing C y o r p ,our disin-
\ te ssIthe Synago-
.10.W 4 *ve ... -an public worship is
80 -- -- -- -- '.-4-ve. e"&- perfectly: -explicable. The
Amneidah Jew is a highly
EDITORIAL STAFF practical individual and he
4( will pot danything,u1nless he
h Otltt 44a :R isAco'in&m AE its utilitarian
'. value; i"S nme!" says the
SAmertalxTJ.. ."Prove to me
EDITORI A Lthat I need the Synagogue
E Stand that I am going to bene-
S fit frm. public worship, and
WINNING AMERICA FOR you will then see me at the
T ND JN AMEOICA FRTUt .hQuse of.God. rfgulrly." Now
TRADITONAL JUDAIS udaim is a region of rea-
Sson and it encourages inquiry.
-- -- The Jew has a perfect right
We just cannot help feel- satisfy the spoiled tastes of to search and to learn all
ing, despite the birth throes stomachs accustomed to the about his religion, and the
of the last decade, that the thin nourishment which the Rabbi of tod'y is therefore
direction of Jewish affairs in time consuming newsper called upon to answer in un-
the next decade will gradually offers. Gradually, how er, ambiguous terms a great
be taken over by that element even they are learnia( the question which is being put to
in American Jewry. which is art, with the result that the him from all sides, namely.
loyal to Jewish tradition. The reaction to Traditional. JAda- 'What can the Synagogue do
urt1ernrlo n l a lrvivTisa on ax ia m hLa boAn .a4odilh a mwir,1 for me?"

tremely hard one, and only
the fittest-those most equip-
ped with the traditional Jew-
ish arknor-torah arnd. Avo-
dah-will have the energy to
stay in line. Aanew youth is
arriving one imbued with
the American spirit that im-
pels one to battle for his
S ideals till he wins.
We have the feeling that
I great things are about to hap-
S pen in Jewish life. There are
S indications that the death
S blow to anti-Semitismp in Eu-
rope will be struck op Ameri-.
; can soil and it will be cheffy
through the vigor of the Jew-
S ih.- youth in America. On
American soil, too, will be
prepared the "soldiers" who
will lead the way to tie re,
habilit~gion of the Jewish
hpMela*d in Palestine.
S ll the more reason for our
looking to the necessity for
Iprepfing our youth with the
S klolIdge and the spirit-
, .tB $iuipment that will enable
S tiema to take the lead when
the time comes
S is here where The Tal-
M nd Torah, The Jewish Mag-
azine, The Real Jewish, Edu-
Seator, finch its place of use-
ful gradually, though
Patience of the edu-
rbviding the "proven-
tat gives strength to
*marrow" of those who
e mental vigor to par-
the "fod.",It' is true
ur "cooks' have not, as
a. rule, because of their dead
e stes, made their
broth" sufficiently spicy to

e Synagogue today is on
F'or many centuries the
gogue occupied the focal
; in Jewish life, but In
ly, and particularly in
*umtry, it is being; shift,
l kwackground. We do
ive ,enough synagogues
tEtewr to the spiritual
if Americap Jewry,
Sexsizh g 'few -- are
ri TheJewmof
seem to

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ou* scro yui cJ groVwi n
more satisfactory.
And more people, especially
the young folks, are coming
to realie the greater grand-
eur of lifting themselves into
the realm of the ideal, away
from the mere ties of enforce,
able common law into thode
of unenforceable Jewish' law
--but recognizing it a Mlaw,
ot, -in 'Christian fashion,, as
mere belief, which -each one
has the privilege to change
almost at will. And it is chef-
ly those who are not sdtfici-
ently informed of the 'great-
ness and beauty of Jewish
law, and who do not knlctyhe
differer!~e,:who. td .1i m*ost
convenient to .regard thew,
selves as supeid6r to the be-
liever id traditional Judaism
and who scoff at what they
call old timer, and especially
is it encouraging when .men,
and *omai f nbte such as
Nathan Stfaus and the. late
Sophid fiaeni oeb come out
emphatically for more ortho-
doxy ihr Jdaisri.
If we are to have one Juda-
ism again,. recognized as such
the word over, .we. must a-
gain lay stress on Jewish.
knowledge at least in equal
measure with secular. And, in
the broader sense, this Jewish
knowledge includes the secu-
The sooner this is realized,
the sooner Traditional Juda-
ism, too, will be given its true
worth, and the more energetic
will be its members, in
helping increase its value to
Judaism as a whole.

for lunatics, for npurotics-
but they are staring the
Synagogue, I mn not a proph-
et of evil 'tinga for yoy
know the fat w as well as
do. The majority of Synago2
gue in the cty of Chi~gao
are patually r3t :P far
exis .e. frC do t i 5 i. w
ChicagO care to +upSti
snmagee $iahe
number t 'ewite
.ejrmc. r1 ,.ra.- jj^

Make You See God
My answer to this question
is that the Synagogue must
make you see God in your
daily life. In the Book of
Psalms, chapter one hundred
and thirty-nine, King David
utters the following striking
words: "Whither shall I go
from Thy spirit or whither
shall I flee from Thy pre-
sence? If I ascend up into
heaven, Thou art there! If I
make my bed in the nether-
world, behold, Thou art
there! If I take the wings of
the morning and dwell in the
uttermost parts of the sea--
even there would Thy hand
lead me and Thy right hand
Would hold me." Here the
Psalmist tells us in beautiful
language how he sees God
everywhere: he sees Him ii,
heaven, he sees him on earth,
and he sees Him in the dis-
tant seas. Thus.'the Psalmist.
has attained a profound relig-
ious insight, and I wish to say
to you that so long al we are
tbt as conscious of the omni-
presence of God as the Psalm-
ist it is our duty to come to
Synagogue. regularly in order
to acquire .this great spirit-
ual quality.
At this point, however, the
skeptic comes forward and
says: "But I have tried that!
I have looked for God on num-
erous occasions in the Syna-
gogue but my effort has been
in vain. I have never been
,able to find God yet." To this
argument I wish to reply that
if we have tried to find God
'and failed it is solely because
,we have looked for Him in the
wrong place. God cannot be
found externally before He is
found internally. God must
first of all be discovered in
wr hearts, Those who look
for God only in the Synago-
.gue and do not look for Him
in the innermost recesses of
their own conscience are
.bund to be disappointed.
Diso~veredIn O & Hearts
Let us then remember once
for ~ 1 that God must first be
discovered in our own hearts
:4,lt let us remember that
4 discovery can be made
rough the Synagogue.
rol4 the Synagogue
process of find-
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Today's best: The cigarette
companies have testimonials
from everyone but the smok-
ed herring.
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The Jacksonville teacher
who remarked that those sun-
back dresses were "cut down
to the point of immorality"
reminds me of a story.
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Dollars are no longer call-
ed cart wheels. They go too
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Television may necessitate
donning masquerade cos-
tumes during telephone use.
Television may not prove
an unmitigated blessing to
those who have telephones by
their bathtubs.
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Funny, but the income tax
"blank" is filled with about
three columns of fine print.
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"The Broken Leg" is the
name of a new Hollywood
movie. They say it has a
strong cast.
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idea of wasted
space is printed in-
on how to play

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If a man can change a tire
without losing his religion
there is hope for him reach-
ing Paradise.
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Early to bed and early to
rise and a fellow can get out
on hte highway before the
road hogs wake up.
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Three Chinese in the laun-
dry business in Atlanta are
named Bing, Bong and Bang.
Sounds like a Fourth of July
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Shaking hands is a silly
custom anyhow. Over on one
of the Solomon Islands in the
South Seas they pull each
other's ears when greeting.
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"What's the news?" asked
a condemned murderer. "No
noose," replied the warden.
"Here's a telegram from the
governor putting it off."
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The new and smaller bills-
will be easier to handle, it is
claimed. But so far as we
have heard there has been no
kick on handling the larger
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a traufg of *DUght'.^^3S
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Some 4 :are
they ea even
honest optin.
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cheerf* l*iH.,

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proves a great dra4

HowC~itie othell
opinion o rect if
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About 'the most
inspiration.e ter al
spriatmin .f* hard 4

You oi'$have ted
footba j aly
see a th
sun-hack lt .

made to fl Ove thel
ioned bdua44tsy,
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keep it -thi*b'

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a l luncheon of
rhodd of Temple Is.
e'held at 12:80 p. im.
tay 10, at the Cbl-
tel, Md. Sif Mendle-
ited by Mr. Gordon
S"thirman of table
ns;, and Mr. Louis
Sl sted.wy MrO. H.
han, is chairman for
bles. Mrs. Samuel
will be toastmis-

rosebuds formed
active centerpiece' of
heon, table at the
ven byMrs. H. R.
iursday at her home
Sixth Court. At each
e table silver candel-
I lighted yellow tap-
ie was presented at
le for high score in
guests were Mrs. Ir-
el, Miss Rosa David,
orn, Mrs. S. Cantor,
SVandenbloom, Mrs
bson, Mrs. J. Kap-
D. Apte,' Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Harry Magid,
bkerman and Mrs.

seph S. Fields of
Park, entertained
ibers of the YFort-
Book-Review club.
present were Lillian
garden, Sadie L.
Gertrude L. Rosen-
e V. Rose, Esther
nd Rae Rosengar-
members are Anne
Rose O. Berg,
in, 'Rose E. Kan-
de F. Ruscoll.

The. i
held at
lie Predi

.* of ,PIaov,. After Brakf
th. koys held theiftregulf
S' 'm g 'and elected" O
.Frank and,.R Segal to men
ekt meeting will 'be bership. An initiating cere-
the home of Miss Til- money is to be held early uneit
nger; 56 .f WM 18th week.' Plans are being made
Miger; 1056'S. W:'18th for a Club banquet.
May 8th. ,

Dr. and Mrs. Max Dobrin
and their daughter Celia left
Thursday for New York City
where Dr. Dobrin will take
past-graduate work in the
hospitals during the summer.
They,4pect. to, return to Mi-
ami in the fall. Mrs. Dobrin
who is President of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah has
been very actje in local Com-
munal work 'nd has earned
a rest especially because of
her duties as Executive Sec-
retary of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau which. she occupied.
At a meeting of Executive
Board of tle Biureau held last
Tuesday she was presented
with a beautiful gift from-the
members of the Board as a
token of their appreciation
for her work. The wish was
expressed that she would re-
turn to Miami' greatly
strengthened' f6r her. 'duties.

Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its election of.officers
for the. ensuing term on ,Fri-
day, May 3rd, at the vestry
rooms .of the: Synagogue.
.Great interest is centered on
several of 'the contested of-
fices. Other business Will be
transacted at this time. The
officers and members, of the
Board will be installed the fol-
lowing Tuesday, at a luncheon
in the .new Talmud Torah

r on Gpiseppe Veidi The Beth David Sistrpd
SC. Weintraub will resumed its weekly card r-
program of the ties with a bridge at.the home
6a music club at its o ite P.ident, *.,ide
ting at 4:0 p. m. Cohien in Sheandoah. eh-
' Other numbers dige refreshments were ,ser-

Othe nm er* score won .by. Mre. B.W
e--ari a'- ved an.' a g..d ., as had ,,
0-me 1. Davis by l Ft p4 ze for hi*.

o won Beo)4Sn,
gs at thea ( I ra..

eVa Bpdet B t; I.irt 2"
Lwr K
ChVan e4h& gi
oP olos froamCioP tir S"
' ae Shd id l, .
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bergt M I. A. Solomon,
Elmerf -ect who J~ a. Mp. Paul
rly inured .n Bergaa nFa."uiFrkus,
t some time atgo, Mrs' Lewi B :S.
as- W' at theM Tenbam-,Mr. Sen-
s Hospital was Be' id, Wteldll J. ,aipi Mrs.
kti r homb :in week. Cha b kid
s fractued leg ,is .: Cowenp. Mirb t Shekr,
he is alwly reCv- s. ; rYoI aasd
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r- *. aini MJrs... n wo
have spent the winter season
in Miami and 'Miami 'Beach
left the City to return to their
home in Massachusetts last
Thursday night.

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Harry Gordon wh0 was for
a longtime a resident of MI-
ami and practicing law heie i
to return to .Miami with his
family ,within the next few
weeks. He will visit his par-
ehts in; law, Mr.. and Mrs. M.
Rosen of this city.

Moe Kurman who left Mi.
ami. recently and became con-
nected With the Bank of. the
United' States In New York
City returned to 'Mlimi and
has become a member of the
firm of the:lake Bite: read-
.ery who have opened .a new
and extensive baking plant,
at N. W.,7th Ave.

The Junior Hldassah, will
hold. a meeting on next' on-
day night inth e veptry rooms
of Beth Davii.A very inter-
esting prograntm,.s be : ar-
ranged, .. .,

Mr. and .Mrs. ouikShoch-
et entertained'Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld as theiirguest"the
first Seder night, said jMr.and
Mrs. M6rris Small the iecowd
Seder' eight.
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Mr. arid Mrt."Mori* 511
enterit bridge:lst
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intfMr. Ed
i Fri. '
M&fiawRi |. ai;-iti e

York City 'who is fr
rest Y

to t to g its
piE onist of 'ilpii ul
white dgold st t;d a
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curing set. The boy's gifts
consist of a pen, pencil and
knife set, and'a large auto-
graphic kodak.
Mr. aqdMrs, I. Scheinberg
entertained Stanlye 0.. Myqrs
Mrs. Israel, of New York, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norris at
Seder last week.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Greenberg
entertained a large party
from West Palm each con-
sisting of the Barash family,
the Greenberg family,. and
their children residing in Mi-
ami, making, a Seder, party
of twenty-two.

-Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Cohen of
this City entertained ,their
children at both Seders in-
cluding a large party .from
out of town,' :-.. i

Mr. Lewis Brown. is leaving
the City for a business trip
through the'North, where he
will visit, in New' York and
Pittsbiurgh, iIt .is a combined
busitiess and 'pleasure trip;
Mr. M":Markowitz of this
City tiais taken suddenly ill on
'last TMhrsday and was taken
to the Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital. The exact trouble has
not yet been ascertained
though it is ,believed he is
suffering from gall stops.

Junior Council of Jewish
Wonien will give a" pronim t
the"; Cora Gabes Golf and
CoUintry club at 9 p.' m. today A
for the benefit of the RBH~ h
G. Sqomon scholarship fund.
Miss Ruth Frankesteii iIn
chrp e of arrangements.
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SThe Sunday: ool of Beth .
'David headed by the Teach.
her's Staff has ,pledged itselff
to .provide a combined radio
,and graphonola for : t new A
Talmud Torah i so
that the .ew buil aPt
all times have music frA m ac-
gatherings.ofl na '
69 .-Lan -,orts. Z
tug taken,.care of- b.te
Teacher's. Staft u.d .MrpTa-
vid, Gainer is. acg- ..
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The recent reuatfi-. tfe ,e
Sbttish Aite Maodrihle
* 'brated I ith.-
Or Of the det.e at NI e a
Mandarin, last Tuesday niht
Among those upon who .v the
thirty-two -degrees ""d
conferred upon were sev*al '
;. Ji and proi
Frank CorAt,
tistp,,, of s: of
Cit, itug ; Max Sw
2a119 and'!

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Dr. and Mrs. 8. Atonowitz
entertained. at Bridge 'last
Sunday night ip honor of Mr.
and Mrs. David Silverste of
Birpingham, Ala., whpo ave
been sj, ing the lat few
weeks h qr asthe guests to
Mr. Ind Mis. David t .
Bridge was play1 d and' uests
paites were awarded tQo Mr.
and Mm Dvid Silvetein.
First B ge Prize wag award,
ed to M ."Mayer, aid. 2nd
prize to M.,eGrd. 'At 'mid-
night a buffet luiche'n was
served. "
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. David Silver.
stein, Mr, and Mr W eilgar-
ten. of- NeW York, Mr. and
Mrs. David Letaw, Mr. apd
Mrs. Id Beslind, Mi, iad
Mrs. Qid, Mr. and .Mrs. Rtm-
Sbir perDr. and Mrs.
Ghrtlr, Mt. and Mrs. Bhinm"
et, MrsSamuel
Snowq, and Mrs. Mayer.

Mrsi. .- esBvilc enter-
tained Mrs. MiEme F~uer, her
soisb Clar Sy .and
Mars baLL and Mr. Hoch-
0st4l at the first seder at her
home t Sheandoa, and the


same 'party in additrt o t
Rabbi. Isrel Weisfeld th
,Second Te r he Beavinicl
expect to:leWi, for Tobnt6
early eit' nionth td j6iS Mr.
Besviniek who is now e ag-
ed in business thete.. ".

Mr. and Mrs. Isidoie'Harris
are returning to their former
home in Toronto thl early
part of next week to enter in-
to business there. They wqre
here in business foi the past
four years and Mrs. Harris
was very active in Beth David
Sisterhjod affairs during her
stay in Miami.

'Mr. and Mrs. David Cainer
are leaving Miami to make
their permanent home in To-
'ronto from which they orig-
inally came to MiaMi. While
'here Mr. Cainer was engaged
in the mercantile business aid
for the past two years was a
member of the Teachers Staff
ef the Beth David Sunday
f ' t ,

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S 'She W*d is fafull of T2
ties/' girls who have dreanaed
of thing higher up on the
solal d8t, add for
S them and Teeuied an Ulril
spanking from fatt., nd that
is the experenee of the cen-
tral character in Tadema
Bumsere'splay 'Gerties At.
fairs" that has jest finished
its run of more than seven
S months at the Bayes Theatre,
S in NewYork City and will be
the attraction at the Flagler
Theatre, beginning next Sun-
day night.
"Gertle" is more than a
character; she is a type; she
is one of hundreds of thou-
/ sands. of mrir in t broad
land of ours. She ha been
forced to make her own liv-
ing; she has learned to look
the world between th4 eyes
and, best of all, she.haw been
able to do this and retain her
self respect. But she meets a
young millionaire and begins
to dream 'class she sees her-
self as one of the smart set.
Her first step towards social
distinction is the p he of
an ermine coat-V the 'so.
much-a-month' mehod. She
finds the young millionaire a
bit of a rotter after all. Then
some one steals th coat and!I
S Bat the story Of "Gtertle"
is too loteresting, too filled
with real human inmodents
and gentuie heart-ches to be
told hers It is also literally
packed with laughter for
"GetIe" on-e so those co- lOr-
fat mtnrder yeing womi who
run to 1927 slang when they
wish to expMms hte sale.,
He fth MVa oUt be
Websterlan but it ia eole ful
dd you'll howl with- deliht
when she expresses her opin-
ieon life
"G.etie" is one of those
playsou w t to see a se" -
ondt'ne bwausejt deals
with a real sice o modern
I fe in New York City. Tickets
aeno w on *sd at the Plae r

By A. A. ebeek
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notlta, ",Loveintd the roses, so what'
m ity- 'll come to you, my dearie, wl
thefoere Ab61 t-be WZen the. ttWkin' birds are si
his y .y thoughts of you are wing
and ba0le 1i1 e r ti Love amid the roses-that's y
from withi, IWowe; d _tW2
forcing Mre atu .
It w ld be 11
into thA Love amid the roses--upon y
oty inwhl When crickets an' katydids ar
sohn in The roses lean to kiss you.
antticipatt Ksi t's They know how much I miss y
deeds as fist Love amid the roses-that's w
in the came in ceth.
order. More rteos"a y

hst odsi. KRant. In facet this. sounded ev
bay his ma~I i _so,0 unphilosophical a state- ph
entitled "Ka& t und Asm ment that I expressed my pr
entum" delivered towa doubts as to its authenticity, pc
end of 1904P tore the 0 but my informant, himself a th
schaft For "4! prominent European thinker of
Wwssedmetc.d told further detail of how he
Julius (4a ) 1 the Jewish leaders of the at
ga atte to Kant-Gesellschaft threatened he
ate sAeT ath a"t to resgn unless Prof. Bauch na
wk*U Whd te k qualified his words. I decided su
whime to, dispute to look into Bauth's book on so
religion, f as t Kant. I cotld hardly have die
HAd manYtmen 1 Ved Jinked that well-groomed as
'vetrea S-S mannerly, though a bit offish,
many blonde young man with an th
,udalmh i fo". emotional reaction so violent hi
delssoh S" as to peroulate into his ab- of
wuld he tractt philosophical writings. Te
wur illtj. a ^ bThe evidence, however, was he
r not long in appearing to this ter
3W extent, at any rate, that the tio
1b0' h Jewish question was raised be
e l 'by Bauch and discussed at isi
K'y' length. hi an daborate foot-
A_ -- *L., not, on p. 860 of the dited tal
work, Baueh allows himself Kb
ES. to reMark '"Certainly dozens ish
"Of reftraies coUld be adduc- sh
ed froMa Kant's writings and coi
e rrespofdehce, proving that jui
t 1 Katnt had an unnense aversion wi
for many strikingly pro- -
S bounced racial idiosyncrasies.
tlal hat mOs of course be con-
in wia m h'1 6,eded" .
mar, : It is UreUs that the Jena
SProfesr duld, have chosen
Sot to dMcument his .rather
,rait f ,EAovowal, but to rely On a re-
SS3rtby h mana to the effect.
done l t WAl never enthus-
""tic about alty of the heroes
agEf this pole. Htamann, who
*t will be remembered from
S1t essay 0 Mendelssohn,
l ^ ti as by no means a trust-
worthy Imttelteter of Kant's
C Watiment s regards the A
Ss. It is fot together un-
.e! t h ly ht .Ha mash, what-

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ou. I
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out .MO

!er might be said about his h
philosophical acumen-and at dea '
resent he is but a name--- o
possibly could never forgive sage B
ie Jews for their treatment in W
his namesake, or perhaps fOftr ".y
had developed a complex trats'.
ainst the Jews just because casWi A
e bore such a ridiculous many p
Lme. His animosity toward both for
ich a gentle soul as Mendels. members
hn would be sufficient to the ~'p
credit the man in our eyes
a judge of matters Jewish.
Nor is Bauch content with al
is sally alone. It is evidently
s aim to sanctify the master ..
German .philosophy as a dM.
euton and a Protestant, and
e would therefore not coun.-
nance the slightest sugges-
n that Kant's views could
set in accord with Juda-
In the same work, Bauch
kes it apparently amiss that
toner, a rising German-Jew-
historian of philosophy,
would have found the Jewish
neeption of an avenging and.
st God more in keeping
th Kant's rigorous philoso-


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W& In our day, however. o.r
knowledge of psychology has,
ings~,. Increased considerably owing
e way largely to .the.. evolutionary
Vy of contributions by Professori
human Sigmund Freud, Vienna.
Zruch Today, good physicians no
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SSome taru
-: :. ,--M W..-., ,,. ,~. sue of "T e R"o narra d 3

i'.w, e teacherr, .in New Yeot,
I" f I j 'p '; Borrownjg. some. money, the
S i. .following Yer be, opened'
k ......to eItre onth Eat"
Ah'-t-te 0aolfa'scell ''' 8 aide clied his whiske s
S" as hislirst tep in Ameriw
ism. Fartune favored him& and
Potpl ar a indInda e dull;7 h
Potphar ..Q ....... .d,,.laedayge.ll;' soon he had saved enough, to
Sha a loe her b t ere it's known buy a half-interest in a shirt-
Ahl. Jol h, a lyo hrbe te v eit'prou n ? waist establishment. With .
that, ewonowic advance, he
Than pdes.aaf warriors and singers of the soul, moved his family to a modest
'aithtlivae a4e yOu water of the sons of As. home in arlem.Then came
S "! "' the World Wart itth its in. ,
dustrial boom, and his busi.
Fool that you were to into your dust and ydui creed, n open on the Sabbath.
-Coadpnnintgmy love and crying of sin *. prospered beyond4a mpecta-
Can you .pw.,whais evil until you have lived? tions. Dabbling so
.., cunted hfisrtes
l mb w, ere. .fre e c e x figures, bo'y Ow
Yet, Jttle Joseph) I must weep for you; Rivepide Drive ewl the i
wI.uldthhat 9l anli latwere freovee
Arid I would undo all augpt into blood By this time he had sudd A'
IfobutImightido w#tI have done. alUis Jewish cn etiosa
.. ,., .. .erety pleased. .at i
his puburban residence ao
Many me have served y wIill:and passed,. Jews led on the sase b obk.,
yet you. who Wot- not4r your white yotah One.0 ay a raioa4 strike .
OS Ia wt ltrsas declared. When the ,oi..
Posses. me ato mof than alf the rest; uters he station
lFre even wile ent bp inistone you toss, .. that IJ oJ

Struck tAn athle..
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. ^. '. ,, -". " ic young .elo offered to 'J
/,"~' '.'" i__. .. *. "" ~ ^act, engineer aM land the .
.. ". _.er_ .' ;l nt-h.r Neow Yo*r '
,, -,.' ,*: -. .. -.... .Cet station i psoomong
it is in, rested in tlhs i: ness of God and theinignifi- volunteer. to "fire" the. en-
more than in their' cancer of man j"nd thereby it n 'e, -d ao
Judaism. amsa to briw M-hawA inspired', to oqAuer ro.
ness into the life of the more'and'reater wids/And
--but a 1tav please rater that this is -:c
ness unless we e ad no merezhetorie pho fo home addened but
wiping toiit uihapp it is Judaism and th4 aa iem a W. within three
first. Fo if we wishe gogues which havq m-a i had sold his
ove upon we w a mot powerful factor in New Yorkue. v b yn
first be cdnsc^iou of it. te progress a -ap civil-a agogu an a
^SY^ ^ th izatiop. 'Oncn Iear the; dott Jin s e
a ut true ftit-on eLf c- wor- of ~ 'a3r'Wemeri
21'Wt I5 ship,'the question "What Cant that a .tn- |
*4 5 .fl f P1d the Synaed .b Dt o for Me?"r ,,note:n A kow.wnt
Joould bsatisfactorily ans- JonAh, in teb
9 'SiS^^ A J!t W wered N6 W O of us, add we out tt aInd,
gl n4 at have to o Sed to, attend fus inand Wa l
Sservicep. for with t 0.Pseoc- -- .
tt : ist of old ill of us would be ,
ready t* cla1*, "1 rejoced
wheii th."oid.unto MP a.
tot *1 0' us go ohe bouse Odf the ..

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Ihe n io ride ft ight
ervies wU Ue hMU at BWth
Dmrvid, Rabbi Weheh prem.
im? A clear cut ee aor
Orthodoiy." TI i
wUl be "l by I Wrob
TheI uuai Soeial ir wwm fol-
low ervieis and al a re
invited to attend and enjoy
The 'Bar Mito-a Boa
Bmikfast Club wID be the
giUts of Mr. Kin of Pitt.
borgh, at Brekfast o ne t

'em Friday evening
nervierwin be held at Te-
pI lamdl, Rabbi Dr. Jacob
U. Kaplan, premcn6g the Mer-
After the saves the. so-
cia ] hour w be heldM at Kap-
lam Ha.ll, where all wl be
guests of the Sisterhood.
The S-aday S&hoel wfll
imet as us al on Sunday

We -m 3as mom

l7 & W. To sbnc

Fri'- eo w,,W .li .
:3O, amd Satunir
Arvicesat Sa.Lm.winB beM
Nr. 8. GuattnU

very day at 4 p. m.

*So mandy faSwuibe a-
meats were made by torimt
who were present at the ar-
vice n Beth David 1 the
first day of 'Pasover ato
te aermon yRWM Weis.
feld that he recew *4 w-
quest for permissionM to pubb-
boh the aermam in the Jewish
Gualrdian mon the leA-jew.
ih m lgaw ubhed in
New York O y. w qnper
in the next Missanue.

To afta or am. Wh1 Cami,

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Sophie Loeb i
NFied In Miami

Mrs. Mary -imon, mother
407 N. E. 17th terrace, Miami
is the chief beneficiary under
the wfl of the late Sophie
Irne Loeb, writer and lectur-
er, who died in New York Jan.
18, according to photestatc
copies filed in probate court
her following administra-
tion in New York.
Under the wi Mrs. Simon
receives a ife ntert in the
esiduary estate, the decen-
deant's brother, Israel A. Sin-
o f Plsaburgh, wil receive
a Msare of th remainder of
Oer aid y estate, ad
-e AIL e e left o

e f..ptMfi here dornot
atie tMe valMe of the a-
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J nppbed Here
Prgres in combating lep-
Iay e Phillippines was
described by Benjamin Axle-
rod, addriun a 1e-ting in
Bayfront park, Wednesday
night, apouorfd by the wel-
fare dqmartent of the Miami
Woman's club in observance
of Phlhppine day. Col.L E.
Goodrich presided.
More than 1,000 lepers have
been cured at CuBoo, where
the American flag flies over
the largest lepr colony in the
world. Mr. Axerod sa and
expressed the belief that if
$2,000,000 can be accumulated
as a fund to be used in com-
bating the disease, complete
eradication will be effected.
Amwicans have organized
the Leonard Wood Memorial
for the Eradication of Leprosy
with .headquarters in New
York, perseael of the mem-
orial including me and wo-
me of national and interna-
tional reputation, and Miami
is now coming forward in sup-
port of the movement, Mr.
Axleroad added. He also call-
ed attention to the meeting
as a enmaration of Ad-
miral Dewey's victory in
Manila bay, May 1, 1898.
Musical numbers on the
program arranged by cour-
tesy of the Mana-Zucca Music
cdub, ww Operacf atec ons
sung by Sonya Snowe, accom-
panied Miss Francis Tar-
oux sial were osbynM
McKinley Ashe .
Codentmmuity singing of the
"Star Sp hgled Banner" and
invocation by Dr. W. T.
Brookand is foue of the thenock-
ing church at Haines CQty,
openwisthe mating. Other
musical numbers were ensm-
bhe singing led by L Kash
Strotha, special se"ctions by
Ms Ralph Fza= pres-
dent of the Miami Music cub,
atcompanied by CecIe Wrink -
le, and a duet by Mrs. V. T.
Brooks and Mr. Strother.
Mr. Axleroad has been
prominent in local Communal
affairs for quite some tin Um
and is one of the prominent
Jewish menmbes of the local
Bar. Mrs. Axierood is Presi-
dent of the teal Council of
Jewish WOBUa.

thodox and during her witW
residence in Miami tO h Wl
ed greatY in theworkof th
new Talmud Torah andW t
Chesed Shel Emes Society.
The late Miss Loeb in her
article "more Orthodoxy
Judaism" credited the infln-
ence of her mother as the
stimulus for her remarkable
work in behalf of women and


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