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The Jewish Floridian ( September 23, 1932 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 23, 1932
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Frequency:
weekly
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 23, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00186

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Miami Cantor

Accepts Call


iTemple Israel to

Observe New Year

New Year services will be held
at Temple Israel at 8:15 p. m. Fri-
day and at 10 a. m. Saturday, with
Dr. Jacob Kaplan conducting.
A brief course in Jewish reli-
gious thought as related to world
thought and religious practice
will be featured in the lectures
for the Holy Day season, Dr.
Kaplan said.
.The New Year's evening lecture
will be "Moji~rty, the Basic Re-
quirement of Judalsrm"; the morn-
ing lecture wlil be "Faith and
Deaed" ;and remaining lectures
will be "Equality of all Human
Beings," Original Purity Not
Original Sin," "Freedom of the
Will," "Reward and Punishment,"
"Judaism th~e Way of Life Joy-
ous" and "Relation of K~nowledge
to Morality."
Religious school will begin Sun.
day, Oct. 2, at 10 a. m. The school
'bases its teachings on the "Three
Cynie Plan," which Dr. K~aplan
will explainn to parents who will
be invited to the opening session.


B th .18tob to

He~ St id nts

:t-With Rabbi Lazsarus r Azelrod
officiating and preaching a series
of sermons, and a number of new
traditional interpretations of High
Holiday melodies in the repertoire
of its Cantor Boris Schlachman,
Beth Jacob Congregation Miami
Beach will hear a series of brief
addresses by students of its reli-
Bgious school. The first of these
will be a lecture by Jack Mintzer
the first day of Rosh Hashono*


==


~day and Tomorrow

Frank Parker Stockbrid~ge
RIES... origin of belief
hen the Romans invaded Bri-
they found a race of diminu-
people called the Picts, wh?
in caves. That was nearlt
thusand years ago, and there
no traces left of these little
ea race which, probably*
lived in underground dwell-
all over Northern Europe*
British scientist who has
studying the subject say
the. widespread belief in a
of fairies; harmless little to
live in the wilds, \indoubtedly
come down throughh geziera.
of tradition about this ex
tribe of earth dwellers.
eeis a gr~e ateat of eva
Sy sugestang that the present
Sof humasilty are merely thip
vosof perhaps, hundreds of
nt humn types which hav$
vanished because theta
less fitted than we survivors
latthemselves to, the battle ~
nature.
NS .. .. a la americason
English writer seeminggly
rkdin print not long agg .
our Americari robin was no
qite a different bird from the
shrobin redbreast, but hadl
asit was merely a variety of
srh. He added, for good meas-
Mt~.-~-th~eP~~n%~ s&#
vtasn't a squirrel at all but
;a species of rat.
ercnnaturalists have rush.
the defense of these distine-
SAmerican creatures. Our
is, they admit, a variety of
-btso is the English re-
Asl for the grey squirrel, it
exactly the same family as
nlihred squirrel.
detly, I was puzzled when
Smy country neighbors, not
over from Germany, com-
dthat the robins were eat.
acorn. It took some ques-
aore I discovered that he
coplainiik2 of the crows.
1not know the English name
and he aled them b
e nnamb~ "haben," mhic
nnedjust like robin but
in English is translated in-

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that the country garage
thwhom I was dickering
several cars within a few
to Gypsi~es. He told me
eGypsy tribes of the iiorth.
United States haive be*
jut as shrewd and expert
sin secondcband, high-grade
obiles as they eve~r were in
They travel by motor now-
and what their experts can

sod rc lik new ma lleoask
nebuyer had Paid for it and
it away, is amazing.
dy knows much about the
of these' strange pepole. The


"Gypay" is derived from l
suposed origin in Egypti
reis grotishd for bsefi thad


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>1. V.-No. X:


Miami, Florida, Friday, September 53,1932


Price: Five Cents


Raibbi Caplan to

Pirea~ch Slichos
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will
usher in the High Holiday season
tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 24th,
with special "Slichos" services
'beginning promptly withi a ser-
mon at 11:30 p. m. "Slichos~ will
begin at midnight in accordance
with tradition when Cantor Rabbi
Alexander S. Wiessel will begin
'to chant the mournful tones of the
age old prayers of repentance. The
hervi'ces will last until 2 a. m.
Sunday morning. No admission
charges will be made.
SThie High Holiday services Rosh
'Hashoho will be ushered in next
Friday evening with the "Kab-
balas Shabbos" at 8 p. m., and the
Maariv service at 1I p. m. in ae-
cordaince wiith Jewish laws. A
short service w~ill be he~ld. .
Saturday morning Rabbi Caplan
'will preach on "Yom Hazikoron,
the day of Remembrance." "The
Shofar and its significance"~ will
be the Rdbbi'se subject on Sunday
morning, the second day of Rosh
HBashono. On Yoxi Kipper eve
'the Rabbi will speak on "Vows
'and Resolutions." Yom Kippur
morning at the special Memorial
Yis~kor services the Rabbi will
preach on "The Dead are with us."
'At the closing services on Yom
rKippur the Rabbi will speak on
I"The Gates of Heaven." As an
innovation this year the Cantor,
'Rabbi Wiessel will begin to chant
:the services immediately before
'thei~~~iteaditi- g of the law its order
'to give more dignified and inter-
esting service. Rabbi Caplan aid.
:ed by Cantor Rabbi Wiessel and
the members of the committee
have mapped out a program which
'will be of particular interest to
'the younger Jewish element, par.
ticularly the non-Hebrew speaking
or reading. Special responsive
)reading of the most important
Sprayers will be led by the Rabbi.
Special children's services will
'be conducted the second day of
'Rosh Hashono, and Yom Kippur
afternoon. The seat committee is
in attendance every evening ~this
'coming week to take care of those
desiring to attend.
Duirink one of the services
social attention will be paid to
the situation confronting the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
:Association. An effort will be
.made to have th% public become
interested in the matter to solve
the problems which must be acted
on shor~tly.


Rev. Nathan 'Wroobel


A large number of, the members~
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation and members o
other congregations as well as
visitors attended the reception ac-
corded Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
and his bride last Stdiday night at
the Synagogue of the Congrega-
tion. All were seated around
heavily laden tables with the
guests of honor at the head of
the center table. Mr. Max Kup-
ferstein presented the chairman of
the evening, Mrs. Sam Tanenbaum
wkho welcomed the guests and then
introduced Mr. Nathan Adelman
president of the Congregation,
who spoke briefly in acknowlege-
ment of the workdoebth
Rabbi and in welcoming his bride
to Mininii. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan then was heard in a very
wiitty address during which h~e
tiegicted the life of a "Rebbetzin"
ahd closed wLith a welcome to
Rabbi Caplan and his wife. A
vioin duet bJy Charles and Marcie
Adelman and a piano solo by Al-
berta Taunenbaum then followed.
Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
was then heard in a number of se-
lections which were greatly ap-
plauded. Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod
of Beth Jacob Congregation Mic
ami Beach then spoke of the dut-
ies of the Rabbi and that of his
congregation and in a well receiv-
ed addre-a outlined both and wel-
comed his colleague and bride ;o
the city. Cantor Rabbi Alexander+
S. Wiessel was then heard in a
vocal selection after having spok-
en briefly in welcoming the guests
of honor, and was given a very en-
thusiastle ovation. Mrs. Jonah
-E. Caplan the guest of honor then
spoke briefly thanking all for the
reception and their welcome to
her. Mrs. Ida Buckstein, president
of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
;tion then presented Rabbi and
Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan with a cash
gift on behalf of the Auxiliary
and the Congregation.
Charles Adelman was heard in a
few remarks on behalf of the pu-
pils of the Talmud Torah and Sun-
day school. The last speaker of
the evening was Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan who thanked all for the co-
operation given him and pleaded
for a better understanding of the
respective duties of R~abbi and con-
gregat on, He kha nke h oe

rae1 apled ed hisa nfot To ah

duringthe coi"'.congr, esi~e
mrients~ were enjoyed during the
evening.

MASSMBCETING TO BB HELD
.\an important meeting of the
Greater M~iami Jewish Cemetery
Association was held at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Wrednesday night. Fofl
lowing a full discussion of the
present situation confronting the

'dpe nwhiah asl abbi of ah
Greater Miami Distrlet were re-
q~iested to present the problem to
the Jews of the city during the
HBigh Holiday services. Following
this appeal a mrassmeeting will be
:held which every Jew is nrged tp
affend. The ~time and place of


tbi~.~n~leeting nill be ranoMsed ls
ear next irsue. II charse 3f TS~i
Ydgel~a8nt~ far tbs ~irr~i~ar ~Pi~3~
i. L, ]Yi~ts~ sad ~ E WJia~~i


of Mi-


ami who served as Cantor for
Beth David Congregation and for
the past two years with the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation ac-
cepted a oall to the Bnai Israel
Congregation at St. Petersburg,
Fla., and will begin his services
with the High Holidays commen-
cing Itosh Hashone Friday eve-
ning September 30. In addition
to his services as Cantor, Rev.
Wroobel will be. the shoched for
the City and will lead in the large
number of communal activities of
the Jewish Community there.
Bnari Israel Congregation at St.
Petersburg recently bought a
large lot in a beautiful section of
the ~and will shortly begin
the erection of a large community
center for the youth of the City.
Cantor Wroobel has been a resi-
dent of Miami for the past eight
~years and during this time has
established a large host of friends.
He is noted and liked for his
splendid robust tenor voice and
has attracted larte crowds to the
late Friday night services both at
the Beth David and Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation during his
tenure there.
Cantor Wroobel is expected to
leave Miami the first of next week
to begin his duties at St. Peters-
burg.

Beth David 1art

DOURCOs Ylrogram

With Cantor Louis Hayman
chanting the services, Beth David
Congregation will hear a series of
sermons by Dr. Carl A. Press. The
Airst night, of Rosh Hashono Fri-
day, Sept. 30, at 7 p. m. Rabbi
Press will preach~ on "Life's Pur.


will be heard on pose, A Heb~rew Conception." The
Sthe first dayr of following morning he will speak
"Seeing into the on "(Today". Sunday morning he
ulnday morning will speak on "Sounding the
each n "W ye larm.") On Firiday, O~ct. 7, at
K CipEor_ night, the, late services beginning at 8
ill speak on "At- p. m. Dr. Press will preach on
~"The jBook and the People. On
Yror Ki pur eve to the Kol N;idrei
morning special service a~t 7 o'clock he will preach
wil ,be held with on "W'hithe~r MLjankind." On ir~om
being rejcit~ed iAr Kip~Epur morning he will preach at
,f the hongr~ega- the Memorial services with "Tra.
djed ~during the diticin" as his subject. A t "Nei.
ent" will be the lah", thie closing Yom Kippur ser.
services 'vice!, he wvill speak on "Hope.' j


Rabbi Axelrod
Satiarday morning
Rosh Hashone in
Future." On S
Ithe Rabbi will pr
thie Same." Yom
17abbi, Axelrod wi
One -91Sent "
Yiom Kippur
Yiskor services v
special praryers i
those members o
tion who have ~
past year. ":Abs
subject at these I


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D~en Fdad' :
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powbloaa rbcti owonm b hasthel~soe fa~-h sle -t~ as as d-tb dllb~to
meod cad the translent-
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aol wtho ar hastno we nd o tation Will you do year bit by contributlas St.**
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nd Mthno oornl ao os s wrta anre poeaceand happlacres nd a theadit, now
JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU
Normn J. Yirsy,
Pmldent.
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has been and never will be, for just as long as there are humrans in wtlht, just so long
will it be necessary for those who have, to share. There muset be no le-paon the


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,September 28, 1982


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8 SOCIETY

The meeting of the Hebrew
Athletic ch~ib last Tuesday night
was featured by an address made
by Cantor Boris Schlachman of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Mrdiami
Bec.Cantor Schlachman told
of his observances during his
trip throitgh de North recently
and the beneficial effects of a
strong Jewish athletic orgazliza-
tion in this section. Among the
reports heard was that of the
House Committee headed by Jack
Apte. They reported that splen-
did progress was being made and
that an announcement of extreme
importance to the Jewish commun-
ity would be made shortly.
Milton Klein was named .the
publicity cl~ariman of the organ-
ization.
The next meeting of the club
will be held next Tuesday evening
September 27th, at the second
~floor of 122 N. Miami Ave. All
interested are welcome to attend.


Mrs. F. B. K~urland and sons who
were the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs.- J. Lro~uisShoehet returned to


~ HE

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man.

ior ? Do the Jewish people held
their heads high because they fear
to be trampled on or because they
truly see themselves as the pos-
sessors of superior qualities and
superior minds ? We wonder.


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'olume 5.-Number XXXIX
Prdy, September 28, 1982











JEWS FEEL THEM-
SELVES SUPERIOR?

Rpitfrom the Jewish
Advocate)

at does George Bernard
rsay of the Jewish problems ?
Does he think is the alti-
slutin if any Doe he
there is and should be CM ds
between Jew and Chis-

efamous critic and play-
ht merely makes ~public his
Son the Jewish question.
whe-does, therefore, we are
edto note them carefully,
hesame time wondering
erhis facetiousness is run-
a race with his seriousness.
era week of observation on
matters in Moscow (among
>afljgirs), George Bernard
Shas given expression to his
s.On the one hand, he has
oniion that ultimately in-
rraewill end the distine.
between Jew and Christian.
digto his opinion, this is
ultimate solution of the Jew-
rblem.
the other hand, Mr. Shaw
that the other prerequisite
hesoluiton is the lessening
sigof their superiority com-
by the Jews. "'The Jews
disconrtinue believing them-
asuperior to other races,
if sometimes they have jus-
tinfor thinking themselves
declared. "The Jew is no
problem to the world than
ord is to the Jew. I have
shared the viewpoint that
suffer from an inferiority
le.On the contrary, Jews
from a superiority complex.
-is very detrimental to them
because of great annoyance
hr.The world has long
)peace with the Jews but the
Swill not make peace with
world aring that his words


t be misundersrtoodt, Shaw fl.
stdhis point byr reference to
wnIrish race. "I understand
Jesbetter than many oth-
eaueI am an Irisrhmain and
ameve mr a ac ro a

re."BS~h arrogaince is in-
rosin the proletarian world
thih the Jih nquestioada(
Sbe for the Jew to rid them.
Sof theta sulng e period

trei tood for thought. Is it
that we f~eet ar# elves sago *


C a., 6. .. L. e i~gna n. .
Cla.. 7. Mr.. A. evin...
Cl:: 8. Mrs. G. aI Ber nd. n
Class 10. Mr. Harry Simottof.
Superintendent, Jacob II. Kap-
lan, assistant, in charge, Mrs. J.
H. Kaplan; registrar-treasurer,
Mrs. Gordon Davis; librarian, Mrs.
Max Dobrin; supervisor kinder-
garten department, Cycle One,
Mrs. Lichtenstetter; pianist, Miss
Mildred Greenberg; in charge of
assembly, Mr. Frrank A. Periman.

TIhe Dramatic League of Miami
will shortly sponsor the play:
"The Curse of Mateela" written
and directed by Murray Girossman
included in the east are Irving
Bartz, Frances Ktane, Seymour
'London, Harry Lipachutz, Rose
cGromer, Ruth Davis, Sidney Le-
vine(E~dna Schoenfeld and Ellis
K~lein.~ Atanton F'ields is stage
manager.

Mrs. D. Brown left for her home
this week after a visit here to her
znother, Mrs. I. Eisenstein for the
past four weeks.

Dr. Samuel Aronowitzt returned
to the city from New York where


When a man is making a night~
of it he usually discovers that the
darkest hour is just before the
dawn.

Some husbands and wives are
divorced on account of a mislun-
derstanding and others because
they understand each other too
well.
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A flute buried 20,000 years ago
has been unearthed at Gypsum
Cave, Nev. Our sole quarrel with
archeology is that it won't let well
enough alone.
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Radio jazz reception is found
to be clearer under ground than
above the surface. O grave, where
is thy victory!

We'll take a chatty backseat
driver any day in preference to a
silent gasper.
!
A lady harpist in England has
practiced two hours daily for 75
years. Yet every day one sees
careless pedestrians flying in the
face of providence without a les-
son.
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A police traffic director in the
West is sending all local motorists
a quzz of 32 questions. Leading
,of, no doubt with the standard
'where's the fire ?

The -errors of the republic's
founders were remarkably few.
Still, they thought that represen-
tation would cut taxation.
,
My flight," said Amelia Ear-
hart bluntly, speaking to the Na-
tional Geographic Soelety at the
time when she--the eighth person
in our history to be so honored--
was presented with the Society's
special gold medal, "My flight has
added nothing to aviation.,,
Her statement does, however,
add enormously to the fund of
common sense and honesty pos/
sessed by the world. Let another
medal be struck for Amelia and
presented with reverent ceremon-
ies by the National Common
Sense Society. And break the
mold! Judging by the chronic
fever for Atlantic flights, there
may never be need for it again.
!
England is reported to be sink-
~ing to sea level at the rate of nine
inches every century. It isn't
without good cause that so many
people practice swimming the
Channel.
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Maine's two eclipses within 14
days constitute a modern record,
it is thought.

The wereaoutsof a promi-
nent dry worker has the country
thoroughly baffled. Now if \t
were a practicing Wet, one could
hazard a guess.

Gandhi plans to go on a per-
manent fast, and we shouldn't be
surprised if having a goat around
would help not getting up an ap-
petite.
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Those Ubangi saucer-lipped say-
ages, now a sensation with one of
the large circuses, certainly have
wonderful facilities for cooling
coftee.

,, e heic Mo of the ghtflulness:

the picnic to give the red ant the
benefit of proteei~ive coloration.
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If a man is happily married he
is transported for life.

Matrimony carr oft more sin-
gle afrls than any other epidemic.
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The prlse in the matrimonrl
lottery is often drawn in a per-
ambulator.

The menwh plays eards for
ten is sure to get it and the other
fellow gets the mroney.


It is well enough for you to
your trust in Providence, but
'unwise to go around looking
holes for providence to pull
out of.


put
it's
for
you


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It is said that some children are
not getting enough milk. ,Such
things should not be But it seems
like there is always something. It
there were plenty of milk for eve-
rybody, doubtless, something else
would be lacking. At any rate, it
is not for us to say.
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"Facts, after all," says John
Dewey, eminent educator, "are not
physrical objects which can be
caught and labeled." Great minds
run in the same chanel, almost
That is just what I said about fish
on my last visit to a trout stream.
I
Original Remarks: "'Wonderful
weather we're having." "Fall is
the loveliest time of the year." "I
like the autumn even better than
;spring." "P'ts a shame one has to
stay inside and work."

"How about giving Jennie a lar
pin for her birthday"
"My goodness, no. She just join-
ed the Anti-Saloon League last


their home in Baltimore by the he attended a number of clinics.
Merchants and Miners S. S. Berk-
shire which left here last Sunday. RELIGION the newer concept
She was here for five weeks, and I~Professor Robert Millikan, world
is expected to return for the win. famous scientist, makes the sur-
ter. prising statement that among sei-
entific workers religious faith is

Temple Israel, Miami's Reform roeniftamn eheon-
Jewish Congregation, will hold Dr Millikan arogutes flromths
services Friday evening at 8:15.ththe av ofdbtwih
Sunday morning the children of
Temple Israel are asked to assem- swept over the religious world,
ble at the school to get their parts we oensinebgnt i-
fortheHarestFeitialandtocover unquestionable facts which
practice the New Year services. were not in harmony with some
The teachers are asked to meet religious dogmas, has about spent
Sundy mrnin wih Dr Kalanitself. There ~has been, he admits
to have explained to them the a decided change in the concept
THREE CYCLE PLAN which will of God, but he maintains that there
be introduced into the school this is no diminution, but rather an ap-
vear~preciation in the acceptance of be-


week."
*


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The Faculty, to which some new
members have been added, are:
Class 1. Miss Harriet K~antor
Class 2. Mrs. Leon Lichtenatet-


lief in a Supreme Intelligence be-
hind all physical phenomena.
The God of the sexentist, Dr.
Millikan says, rules the universe
by set, definite laws. The only
religious idea that has been dis-
couraged by science is that of a
God of whims and caprice, to be
appeased or propitiated.
I have long believed, with Dr.
Millikan, that we humans are not
the playthings of a blind fate, but
that we can niaster and control
our own lives by learning the laws
of God, and bringing ourselves in-
to harmony with them.


It was a poor year to interest
us in the case of a Spanish boy
,born with six arms, as almost any
journeyman orator with two can
:easily handle our pointing-with-
pride.
I
I turned to Fortune, asking why
She'd smitten me upon the eye,
"WNhat have I done, what sin was
mine
That you should make my optic
shinee"
I asked these things, and she re-
plied:
"Dear sir, it cannot be denied
Your conduct was the very best,
Not one small reason can I bring
Explaining why I did this thing."
. Then punching like a heavy
champ
She straightway closed my other
lamp.
1 I
I only kissed her once;
Is that why she disliked mel
She says that F'm a dunce,
I only kissed her once.
I've stayed away for months,
Another notion strikes me,
I only kissed her once;
Is that why she dislikes me7

Some men are born liars while
others acquire the art easily.

Cold cash melts lots of hearts
that are not at~ected by warm love
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Father Time has to face smoke-
less powder in his battles with
women.

A woman's idea of frsaknessr is
t~o hav some other wosan say
nice things about her.
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A wise man changes his opin*

smplee wo ca En to
and dollar bill always commrands
more respect.


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Class
Class


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Miss Silverman.
Mrs. Frank A.


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social bour at which refreshments
were snervd concluded the meet.


Miam Bec NoteS

Beth Jacob synagoFgue of Mli-
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For further information, please his entrance exams at t Uie hateur actr nsstu rm-
Prined of Mrs L Eisenstein, apply to the rabbi at his new. ad- sity. of Florida. tic company to which I belaZ
long ~time resident of this city, dress: 836 Pennsylvania Ave. Bt lhl t a lyn natwsa'cn
will be happy to learn that she Phone 51452. Congregatwhl meeting at the to the one from which it sprang.i
is nwsf conalseseing at her home regularr monrul .V d edo Iha nl asal pr ad a
977 S. W. th St., after a long /*a i i i i & & & i i i A A Community. House and acte on( ed early in the p ecnd act.
stay atth JaLckson Memorial a WEST PALM BEACH : plans for the Hig t Irids sv Thled girly wnho was payng myt
hsital because ofafatrdA4 pp9499vvvvv9T s beinr viously announced sister came on and found see theree,
.The benefit bridge sponsored by Rabbi Samel M.~ Machtei wvill of. "~He's dead!" she shriekted in her
ithe ntdJeihWlaeB- .counterfeit agony.
son ofBthe Dteavi itrood thel se-reau of the Palm Beaches w-as at- *te Thereupon a man sitting in the
astno Bt Wedneda fiteort-i mem- Itended by twenty-eight tables of The local Bnai Brith Lodge back part of the house! arose.
brst ate~nesd. Pan for the comm- bridge at the Montrer eyoel. The: held its regular meeting at its "It's about time," he rcrld
ing season werFe discussed and spacio-us patio was- beautifully ar- hall last week and heard Mr. Sarn and sat down again. ~Jay.
manyintresingsugestonswenranged for the event. Prizes fr S chutzrlr in a reading of the con- House.
made. This coming Su~cosE the high siolres wlre awarded in ~- !Stitution.
ulsual reception and celebration ing a gift of photo playing cards
won1 by MrsE. Abe Kominers, do- "People who are too stupid to IVL
wrild be hleld in the Saca~h of the.
Synagogue and will be in chartge nated by the JTewish Floridian. klnowv when their opinions are a~
urdl) rsa Bertrand Russel, "are 0..@....*, as n~
oaf a committee headed by Mrs.! 'rs .akSedri~nabs/te nypol etfihpst Madaee. He Evsabg, San
J. Engler. The annual food Lsale Mr.JkSedrisoabu tenlpoleefwthoiie
of the Sisterhood for thre benefit ness' trip to Newf Yorkr and Wfash- opinionss" Of that, MIr. Russel is s..stae..st sa
of its Tahnad Torah fund w~il be i ngton and is expected to return positive. Su WATE USTON -11
in charge of a committee headed shortly. Desk pads are those bhady j I~i. asUB
by the well known commrnI***thnso hihyunteseiN;rTCUT
worker Mrs. J. Ka~ts Dr. Alexander IcC~ay of At- yumgtohrieoelolk
On~ January 1 the Sisterhood lanta, Ga., United States Consul th~e nmesh of vie-reasidoentlok can-
will sponsorT a formal New Yeaur's to Ho~ndunrs was a visitor to the ididates.
Day Dance~ the proceeds otf wfhich icity for the first time since hei r ~ e~ i
wrill be stilisd for the congegs. /left here in 1921. Hie wIas a well It is said that women are more
tion aInd Talmud Torah known physician in Wesrt Palm forgiving than men, but men iA nc s te~~
The oana~l Bassru which is Beach from 1895 to 1921 when he equalize things by being much Anone h pnn
given byr the Si~strhood will be etntered the diplomatic earrice. more forgetful. Of offices for th 10 waga
beld ~th first waee in February, While here he was the house guest/ f practiceeof ~liedicip age
and on Februa 17, the nurarl of the Schrebnick family. The look of intelligence assum- Surgery
:birthdal y celebration whil be ob.~ ed by the younger lawyer as het o
served with a nuamber of mo~ssal Regular Friday night services tackles his first case is ap oAT
ly interesting features as part of of Beth Israel Congregation are cause the presiding judge to lose
the propam h asn~nl PArk ~hl e n m0 ci ith Dr. Ca8rl N. 71 Syal la,
Forllowfin the business session HARRY ROSALSKTS i
Mdrs. Homer Dickson and Miss Tom Smith, well knownr Jewishl & 1 ----
Florene Perkrins were heard' in a baker of this eity left W~ednesday ~


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YomP Ki~Ppr. Rabbi Lazaras Azel-
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