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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: May 24, 1929
Publication Date: -1990
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 35317254
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System ID: AA00010090:00017
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Preceded by: Jewish unity
Preceded by: Jewish weekly
Succeeded by: Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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REJOICES


Talmud Torah
Dedication to be
Joyous Event


The new building
will be officially d
with appropriate cern
beginning at 2:30 p. i
day afternoon, May 26
At the afternoon c
ies, which will begin pi
at 2: 0p. m., all will
the Synagogue an froi
vil1 march in a body
Talmud Torah Buildin
door where after pra
Rabbi Israel TH.Weisf
Privilege of opening t
for the first time w
key especially prepare
Jewish Boy Hurt the event. Thereafter
SIenter the auditorium
JAthey wil listen toa-p
Aaron Young, 12-year-old arnnged by the Cor
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Young 'Mr. Isidor Cohen will
of 37 N. E. 17th street, who Rabbi Dr. Jacob II.'
Was injured Sunday night, is ,Will peak as will Mrs
reported as getting along Cohen, Mr. Lewis Broi
nicely While riding a bicycle J. Louis Shochet, M
Sunday night he was struck Wolf and Mrs. tLewis
,4y an automobile driven by Representing the Taln
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Mr. and Mrs. Moe Ripa Membership, Mrs. Morris
have returned from an ex- Solomon.
tended trip to Havina and Program, Mrs. M. D. Kirsh.
Cuba, where they spent an Card Patties,:Mrs. M. Schon-
interesting and enjoyable field.
stay. Citizenship, Mrs. Morris
Dubler.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin, Altar Decorations, Mrs. Ja-
of 2621 Lincoln Ave., Coconut cob Feuer.
Grove, gave a party last Sun- Sewing, Mrs. J. Engler.
day in honor of the 33rd wed- Educational, Mrs. Sydney
ding anniversary of Mr. and Weintraub.
Mrs. Phillip Waldman. Among Flower and Happy Day,
those present were the follow- Mrs. M. Scheinberg.
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Max Ler- Entertainment, Mrs. M.
man, Annie Lerman, Sarah Friedihan.
Lerman, Nellie Lerman, Abra- Tea Service, Mrs. Chas
ham Lerman, Mrs. S. Cohen, Markowitz.
Mrs. F. Seitlin and Mr. and P J Kat
Mrs. J. Neehan. Hospitality, Mr. Isidor
An enjoyable time was had Hosptality, Mr. Isidor
by all. Cohen.
___ Library,Mrs. J. L. Shochet.
A card party for the bene- BS quet. vid Bogs.
fit of the Emunah Chapter of- S Service M ..
the Eastern Star, was held at Scher .
the home of Mrs. Kupferstein, Sick, Mrs. J. Sippson. -
at 1123 N. W. 5th St., on The Sunday School Picnic
Thursday, May 16th. About will be held at Hollywood on
sixty guests were present, Sunday, June 2nd, and will
who played bridge and poker among other events have real
until a late hour. Refresh- field day eventA.
ments were served at a late All children and parents
hour. High score prizes were are to meet at 9:30 a. m. in

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won by Mrs. Wolf and Mr.
Kaiser for bridge and by Mrs.
. Berg for poker. Mrs. E. Stein-
berg won the cake which was
raffled by the Loyalty Lodge.
Mrs. Kupferstein raffled a sil-
ver set which was woa by Mr.
Walter Falkenstein.

The meetings of the Felicia
Rybier Music club will'be dis-
continued for the summer uP,
til the return of Miss Rybier,
the president, in the fal.
S Mrn. David Eisenberg, for-
merly Mis Tillie MMss, f
Tamph, is visiting her unle
Sand nt, Mr. and Mdi. A. HEL
redintkeat their home, 105'O
S1. 13th Ave.

A peeil meeting~ of Be~t.
S3Sitrood wa hed at
.:sago gue lat Monday
od wvuisd By-
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front of the Talmud Totah An installation banquet will
from where they will leave. be held on May 29th next,
Busses for the children only .with Miss Reba Engler acting
will be waiting to transport as Toastmistress and Miss
them.. Reraeshhments wll be aprl Boyer as Chairman of
served to thb children only. the Committee on arrange-
The Sisterhood aponsoo ments.
a card party Tuesda, May 26
at 2:30 p. mi, in the Talmud 'The Council of Jewish.Wo-
Torah Building, 127 N. W. rd men held its annual installa-
Ave. Mrs. khris REB cot Art tiEn of officers at a luncheon
Mrs. M. Schg eld M be:the hlid .at the Columbus Hotel,
hostesses ana& ordjgay invite .Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
all members and friends to Jacob H. Kaplan delivered the
attend. invocation. Mrs. Sidney Wein-
S. traub who was toastmistress
S. Lewi Browi con- divered the address of wel-
fined to her hom.iai, w a d coene. Mrs. Daniel Cromer
attack of te grip. $r played two violin selections,
man frie nhirih her a very by Mrs. Weinkle
spee er,"ya. .. M t the piano..
:lr. BenJ. Axeroad gave a
Mr, L Taui num is at the "rt of the year's work
ivsis Hoqpnb& whosn he he ch was very inspiring. Thet
brwe, # meoration 0 owi gfflerm ers e install-
last Friky. Mwe, $sn* l I MIrs.I IIpar hen, past
joi a in ray L Nb speed Fraldsnt: rs. l Axel-
a In..Ud comtfi i w Preadment; 1rs. Meyew
Schwart. Ist Vice President
VA :vU 1 rP. I&. S inberg, 2nd Vice
SiV-.Prati eet; Mra. Jack Bern-

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Beth Jacob Synagogue, of Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs. Ada Gouli
of Chicago was the organizer
of this association. The fol-
lowing officers were elected:
Mrs. J. Caplan, President:
Mrs. L. Miller, Vice-Presi-
dent; Mrs. F. Miller, Finan-
cial Secretary; Mrs. Shapiro,
owner of the Mare Vista
Hotel, Treasurer.
After the meeting the guest
enjoyed bridge and other
forms of entertainment. At a
late hour refreshments were
served.

A farewell bridge party
was given last week in honor
of Miss Tillie Kauffman who
is leaving for Los Angeles.
Eight gifts were awarded to
those playing. At a late hour
refreshments were served.
Among those present were:
Lillie Aronowitz, Roslyn Me-
doff and sister of New York,
Gertrude Wally, Martha
James, Hilda Keisler, Lillie
Berman and Tillie Kaufman.

Miss Gertrude Huebsch and
Miss Marcella Seiden will en-
tertain this coming Saturday
afternoon at Miss Seiden's
home with a boudoir shower
for Miss Martha Scheinberg,
whose wedding to Mr. Stanley
C. Meyers will take place at
the Columbus Hotel, on June
16th next.

The Jewish Welfare Bureau
will be represented at the Na-
tional Conference of Jewish
Social Service in Atlantic
,City, by its Executive Secre-
tary Mrs. Lois F. Dobrin.
Quite an elaborate program
has been arranged with well
knoWn national speakers ad-
dressing the conference.

The many friends of "Bus-
ter" Rifas and Miss Rose
.Marks will be happy to learn
of their contemplated mar-
riage tentatively set for Au-
gust 4th, next.
At its last meeting the Ju-
nior Haddassah chose the fol-
lowing officers: Mrs. S. H.
Lutzky, President; Miss Reg-
gle Goldstein,. Vice President;
Miss Veeda Wolf, Secretary;
Mis Ras hn inler Treasnuror-


I'M HAPPY* INDEED!


MRS. JACOB FEUER


Fisrt Vice President


BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD


CONGRATULATIONS
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher
Wonder View Apartments


BEST WISHES!
Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg
-242 S. W. 4th Ave.

Ben Atkins
2241 S. W. 11th St.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger
2175 N. W. lst Terrace


Mrs. Louis Nathan, Financial
Secretary; Auditor, Mrs.
Louis Nathan. Directors, Mrs.
Day J. Apte, Mrs. Isidor Co-
hen, Mrs. Ben Watts, Mrs.
Lews Brown Mrs. R. Wol-
pert, Mrs. Morris Dubler.
After the luncheon and pro
gram bridge was played by
all and beautiful prizes were
awarded to the highest score
at each table.


The many friend of Mrs.
Max Shaaf were shocked to
learn of her illness and ad.
Mission to the Jackson Meam
orial Hospital. All wih her a
very speedy recovery.



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Mrs. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
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C(NGRATU LATIONS
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler
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302 S. W. 4th Ave.


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TH JEWIS fL.-kIDLAN.
" THEH JEWAHLO IDIAN A BRIEF HISTORY
OF "TALMUD
A Weekly Newspaper Plished At Miami, Florida TORAH" IN MIAMI
By The Jewiph Ildridian Publishing Company


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Lt us d ht and rejoice in ts reiatln. -.pnt Torah an appeal was
made at the- High Holidays
ISA I HLI *; wf'oir a memorial tablet which
Would commemorate by
RAbb tetb, David means of an electric lighting
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EDITORIAL STAFF back of'the early part of 1925
J. LOUIS SCHOCHET BEN DOROMin this sketch, as that is all
OUIS SCHOCHOM A. BEN DOR this proposes to be, since to
A.CHOCHOM A.N.ASHER all intents an purposes, while
the wish existed nothing ev-
EDITORIAL er happened so far as any de-
_, finite steps towards the est-
-- *ablishment of a Talmud To-
Srah. In fairness, however, it
S'. should be said that at one
A M esa e time a large number of notes
,S? had been signed but because
D l at At- 'Lof the anxiety of some of
at the ed th those contributors to retract
Their pledges the efforts
came to naught and the en-
TalB ud TcnAh' 3 tire matter was dropped.
In 1925 due to the work of
__ the officers and members of
SBeth David it stood out as a
"Vesalmud Torah Kneged Kulo nd the tea-' temple of worship for those
"Vesalmud Torah Kneged Kulo and he teach- of the residents and for the
ing of the Torah is equivalent to all other command- tourists who came to attend
"ments. ILow pithily have our wise men summed up and services. The need for Talmud
evaluated the significance of education. Proper moral. Torah began to be felt. The
training, true education, they realized constituted not attempt to solve this problem
only an end in itself, but was the firm, substantial by the hiring of teachers, the
ladder by means of which one could Clib to incredible upstairs attic rooms of the
and unprecedented heights. And childhood and adoles- Synagogue, were soon found
cence were the periods in which the magic ladder was to be mere makeshifts and
to be constructed-each school year a rung in a ladder the result was that classes
ever pointing heavenwards. of from five to ten children
ever painting heavenwardsattended the so called "Tal-
For, our sages tell us, "Halomed koton, lemo hu mud Torah." Nothing was
domeh-ledyo chsubo al neyor chodosh: He wo learns accomplished because all real-
in his childhood, to what may be be compared? To ink ized it wasa makeshift.
b cIn 1927 steps were taken
written upon new, smooth paper," Impressionable chil- the Mens'Club of Miami,
dren! What sublime and divine teachings may iot be to awaken Miami Jewry to
written upon their innocent, smooth, trusting hearts! the need for adequate facil-
What virgin soil, more fertile and ready, o receive the ities for the teaching of the
seeds of thought and action, which, attended lovingly M Jeimsh yojtat of The City of
adid conscientiously, will blossom forth into the ripe great agittion, a committee
fruits of knowledge, understanding and tolerance and was appointed by the acting
abiding love for all! president of the Mens Club,
M'r. J. Louis Shochet to study
SAnd because this solemn, duty of properly educat- the problem and report back
ing the youth was fully appreciated by our forefathers, to the organization.. A com-
it was not left to the incompetent individual, but be- mittee consisting of Mr. Na-
came a public function, a communal responsibility. For, than Goldman as. Chairman,
had they not studied that "Kol halmlamed es ben cha- Mr. I. Lasky, Harry Gordon,
veroh torah, keillu y'lodoh: He who teaches his neigh- M. Rosen,'S. J. Spector and
several others whose names
'bor's son Torah, it is as if he had begot him"? He, who the writer is at the present
taught the child, or helped make the training of any time unable to recall, was ap-
child possible-did he not give him spiritual birth? pointed and a conference was
called at the Palatial Restau-
Did he not weld and polish a beautiful link that rant which was attended by
would sm6e day take its place in the I9g' chain of this Committee, Mr. H. H.
Jewish martyrdom and inspired idealism? Therefore, Farr, Mr. Stanley C. Myers
was the Talmud Torah the communal problem and the and Rabbi Murray A. Alstet,
communal pride. who was then the Rabbi of
commueth David. Several confer-
Glorious and .unforgettable is the day that marks ences were thereafter held
the Dedication of a.Taliud Torah in Miami. Enviable and at Rabbi Alstet's insist-
are the overpoweiing emotions of those staunch Jews senchu bte biTalmud Torahd
who live to witness and glory in the culmination of Synagogue rather than any
their fondest dream. Happy the parents who visualize private organization, it was
this beautiful edifice as a haven for their children, finally agreed that the matter
Fortunate their children whose eyes sparkle with de- would await further action of
light and anticipation-delight in the knowledge that the Rabbi and his Congrega-
their parents have surmounted innumerable obstacles tion until after the High Holi-
days of 1927. The matter
and have fulfilled their promise of a, Talmud Torah -then lay dormant for several
Building, 'and unconscious, intuitive anticipation that months, though' in the mean-
this House of Study will produce l t harmonious syn- time a Building Committee on
chronization of their hearts ard mivds, which were the original mem-
bers of the Talmud Torah
'May the Dedicatioan t Beth Pa Da~ Talmud Torah Committee and Mr. Lewis
fmlean the launching of a new geirgtlon of aeri stal- Brown ,among others had
wt, intelligent, self-respeeting lSrah---trn Jews. plans drawn which also in-
Ieve.rentially ; .joyously lM us exclaim: ..eluded provisions for a Tal-
4 "VeniaM mud Torah, Ingtead of any-
"Zeh "ri SBhekivimnu Lo, Nogilloh 'Veni-Me- thing definite being done to-
S fhoBitash-- old, tha i is e4 f a Sop eo ; p .wards the erection of a Tal-


In handling their women
folk all men appear equally
talented and equally stupid.

Of these things is Utopia
built: Individual liberty, econ-
omic efficiency and social jus-
tice.

Every man is sure of death
and taxes and that he'll have
to shave when he wakes up
in the morning.

Next to receiving a present
from her husband nothing
pleases a woman more than
to boast of it to her friends.

At a show, concert or lec-
ture, if your chair seems un-
comfortable it's a sign that
the entertainment is below
standard.
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If you're meeting your obli-
gations to yourself and your
creditors you're doing more
than some people.

Obselete saying: "Howdy
stranger; want a ride?"'
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1- had been'detailted to
s. hidden- in a waer
and that he was goin
g task the best way Rig
at how.
Id With this info
,s men went back to
a inglr.
n. This is what is
;o the "law of the sit
ib short, if the situation '
a fully explained, it l'.
m unnecessary to give
all-the' situation
ders.
Nothing so irritate
Id workman as to have
man interrupt him in
n- die of a job, and t4l|
"drop it and do thia.
planation, no reason
ce If the foreman sali
comp hy has just
telegtm s asking us to
;e a special Job this
everything would be
and the workman
e- bably get a bonsideramb
le oittpftls awtint
the rush Aoer.


The difference
tornado and a hurnl
that the tornado does
is going to-do and4
while the hurric
breezily i the ne
for hourn,
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Baseball is one of
eat mqat interest
ever iventd. It isr
interest in Amf
year. No other
take its pAte with
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York magMis adi
trians wearing wht
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Almost everyone is compell- .
ed to give orders, and every- it I
one knows how difficult it is wo
to give orders so that the am
subordinate feels no resent-' s
ment. ,
Whiting Williams tells of a
foreman who had a gang of '
laborers digging holes up and ;Wi
down a street for two days) i
He did not explain the pur-S
pose of the digging, and fin- .,
ally the foreigners thrflr-
down their shovels in...
Work with no a
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Old Pop Gunn wants t
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ifies a woman for the talkie:
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establishment advertised thi
a pretty young woman would
occupy one of their bath tub
in their show window at
certain hour in the afternoon
Over 10,000 persons came t
see her. She was in the tu
as advertised, but she wore
bathing suit. P. T. Barnui
was absolutely right.
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"Put over a straight one,
cried the catcher to the wil
pitcher.
"I can't," he cried, "Eli
stein curved the universe."
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1 1 MIAMI, FLORIDA May 24, 1929 Page v


HISTORY
ALMUD
IN MIAMI


from Page 4)
ahrzeits" of de-
s of the donors.
than four thou-
ere pledged yet
dred dollars was
ted, which sum
turned to the

ber 1927 there
Sof administra-
ngregation Beth
>result of which
tically all those
active in the
Miami, for the
STalmud Torah
or members of
the Congrega-

year 1928 and
summer plans
id for the move-
e interest in the
Talmud Torah.
had resigned
congregation on
8 and shortly
abbi Israel H.
present Rabbi
s and the Board
laid plans for a
rgetic campaign
build a Talmud
Yom Kippur of
Rabbi Weisfeld
eal' just before
ices and more
thousand dol-
s of cash and
e received. Dur-
time the Sister-
DaVid led by
Cohen, President
sted by the oth-
nd the member-
SSisterhood, car-
ong propaganda
diate collection
the beginning of
ilding operations.
was held and the
a Talmud Torah
ed. A committee
d by the Presi-
ing of Mr. Lewis
rman; Mr. Isidor
etary; Mr. J.
et, Jos. M. Fine,
mis, Harry laacs,
Myers, I. Lasky,
SE. Scher and
authorized to ask
Sbids for a build-

r20th, 1929 the
broken for the
first spadeful of
turned, by Mrs.
,amidst great re-
e President, Mr.
d been called from
;the 17th because
of his father and
it present at the
making. Because of
iual objection of
;inent members of
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'the Congregation to the build-
ing of the Talmud Torah,
they fearing that there would
not be enough funds where-
with to complete the building,
nothing further was done un-
til the second Sunday of Feb-
ruary when at a meeting of
the Congregation, after stirr-
ing appears by the President,
Mr. Shochet, Mr. Samuel J.
Spector and several others a
resolution was adopted order-
ing the Committee to proceed
with the letting of the bids
and actual construction oper-
ations. The Tuesday after-
wards the members of the
Committee met to consider,
On Wednesday the bids had
been finally considered and
the contract was awarded to
Mess. Kohl and Rosenfeld of
the Miami Showcase and Fix-
ture Co. I cannot help but re-
call an incident that happened
at this meeting, when the mo-
tion to award the contract
was made and prevailed, Mrs.
Isidor Cohen cried out
"Thank God, at last." Ten
days later the foundation had
already been poured and the
cornerstone layng exercises
were held. These exercises
which have already been re-
ported in these columns, were
suddenly stopped by a down-
pour of rain.
Some weeks later the Build-
ing Committee by unanimous
vote decided to confer the
honor of laying the corner-
stone upon Mr. Jacob Fabian,
of Paterson, N. J., well known
throughout the Country as a
philanthropist. Amidst very
simple ceremonies the corner-
stone was laid.
While the talk of beginning
the building was going on,
and money was actually being
collected a more constructive
work, in the opinion of the
writer, was being carried out
by our Rabbi, Israel H. Weis-
feld. Immediately after the
High Holidays, in fact, the
last day of Success a large
celebration and party was
held and children began to
register in the Talmud Torah.
Due to the help of Mr. Isidor
Cohen and the efforts of the
Rabbi, permission to use the
School building opposite the
Synagogue was obtained.
Classes were taught, and soon
there was an average daily
attendance of more than one
hundred. At the request of
some of the parents a Yid-
dish class was formed, and re-
cently a second Yiddish class
was formed. Four classes
aa-m pOOSSSSOSUSOSS


were being taught daily, and
were taught, history, religion.
reading, writing, talking, and
in the highest class "Mish-
nayos" was being taught. In
the Sunday School the atten-
dance began to increase so
that soon the average Sunday
attendance was two hundred
and thirty odd. An adult Bible
class was formed and soon be-
came exceedingly popular
with all the adults.
A Bar Mitzxa Boys Break-
fast Club was organized
which soon became so popular
that members of the Congre-
gation vied with each other
for the privilege of entertain-
ing the Club at breakfast.
As a result of this construc-
tive work and the concrete
demonstration that Miami
Jewish children could be
taught and would learn rapid-
ly under proper tutelage,
money became easier to col-
lect and the Building Commit-
tee was greatly encouraged.
The building proper was
placed under direct supervis-
ion of Samuel J. Spector who
was daily on the job to super-
vise the work. He, together
with the Chair, Mr. Lewis
Brown, and the President Mr.
J. Louis Shochet could be
seen at the building daily to
watch and oversee the erec-
tion. Mr. Spector, Mr. Daniel
Cromer and Mr. Morris Dub-
ler were added to the Commit-
tee by its Chairman. The
Ladies Committee which as-
sisted greatly was composed
of Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs.
Lewis Brown, Mrs. Jacob
Feuer, Mrs. Morris Dubler
and Mrs. Harry Isaacs.
This in brief is a history of
the Talmud Torah which is
being dedicated this Sunday
coming.. We accredit its erec-
tion to the hard work of the
Rabbi, the undaunted deter-
mination of those members of
the Congregation who over-
came all obstacles and despite
opposition accomplished and
carried out this wonderful
work. And last, but not least,
to the Beth David Sisterhood,
who like true mothers in Is-
rael, toiled and labored to help
make a mere dream of a Tal-
mud Torah a realized fact.

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Beth Girl Scouts
Conduct Assembly

The much anticipated Sun-
day morning arrived bringing
with it a delightful program
for Beth David's Assembly,
entirely arranged by the Girl
Scouts of Troop II.
A scouting atmosphere pre-
vailed and one would have
thought the khaki uniforms
were in possession of the fort.
The Girl Scouts marched in-
to assembly at 11:30 a. m. in
patrols, and placing an Amer-
ican flag at the side of the
pulpit, led the assembly in
pledging allegiance to the
American flag, conducted by
assistant lieutenant, Lillian
Wucher.
The Girl Scouts promise
laws, motto and slogan follow-
ed, with the assembly finally
joining in the singing of
"America the Beautiful."
Two of Beth David's more
advanced students, Samuel
Badanes and Arthur Kahn
gave a reading, as did another
student, Charles Adelman.


A novel
sented by
follows:
Martha
Gertrude
Steinberg,


skit wds then pre-
the Girl Scouts as

Neham, patient;
Neham, Latheria
Rose Cromer, Ruth


Drevich, nurses.
The idea in presenting the
skit was to demonstrate the
various methods of bandag-
ing the different hurts and
injuries that may happen to
one.
The assembly was closed
by the singing of "taps" by
all the members of the troop.

Rabbi to Deliver
Memorial Address

Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of
Temple Israel was designated
by the American Legion Unit
in Miami as the principal
speaker at the Memorial Day
ceremonies to be held May 30.

Congratulations
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Flagler Dry ClCaner
Cleanin, Preming, Dyeing and
Repiring
472 W. Pagler Street
Phom 33260
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For ICE-Use
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Prominent Jew
Honored Here

Mr. Day J. Apte, president
of Temple Israel, president of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau
and prominent Jewish com-
munal worker of Miami was
named as a member of the
Committee designed to amal-
gamate the old and new
Chamber of Commerce organ-
izations. It is the intention of
this committee to try to bring
about a peaceful settlement
of the differences existing be-
tween the two organizations
and help form one strong or-
,ganization which would ac-
complish the good desired by
representative citizens of Mi-
ami.

Beth David Names
Contest Committee

The contest being conduct-
ed in the Sunday School of
Beth David for which several
prizes are being awarded to
those writing the best essay
on "What My Mother Means
to Me," will be judged by a
committee consisting of Mrs.
A. L. Kanter, Mrs. Nathan
Adelman, and Miss Martha
Scheinberg. Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld will serve in an ad-
visory capacity.

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Jewish Education

Today !.


There is a very asriking
passage found in the tractate
tallah, one of the minor
treatises of the Talmud which
might suggest.a topic for a
timely message to our
community. "Every day," so
the Rabbis say, "an. angel
goes forth from the presence
of the Holy One, blessed be
He, to destroy the world; but
as soon as God takes cogni-
zance of the school children
and the learned men of Israel,
His anger immediately
changes to mercy, and the
world is saved." No one is so
blind as not to see that Jew-
ish life in America is sur-
rounded by destroyingg an-
gels," forces that are working
evil in the house of Israel,
tendencies that strike at the
very roots of our spiritual
life.
In the ghettos of Europe
we did not have to face the
problem how to transmit the
rich heritage of Israel. The
very atmosphere the Jew
breathed there was Jewish.
The home was filled with the
Iarmth and beauty of Jewish
life. Jewish customs and trad-
S itions were practice and liv-
ed. The synagogue exerted its
mighty influence over the
community. The Je.w came
near to God and His people.
The Talmud Torah and Beth
Hamidiash were centers of
light. and- leming. ;where
S young7 ati old came for
knowledge and inspiratit.
The Jew in the ,ghetto was
surrounded by "good angels,"
spiritual influences, that in-
tensified his life and created
a remarkable solidarity.and
unity in Israel.
With the ,scattering of our
people to the four corners of
the earth, aid dwelling as we
do in lands of freedom, com-
ing in close touch with the
bigger and larger, life. about
us, serious problems have
arisen, and we are face to face
with the question, "How can
we save Judaism from the de-
Sitroyfag angels?" For the en-
viropment we live iWtis no
longer a Jewish one. Non-
Jewish infuenes 'are at work
all the time. Jewish children
.in the public schools and in
the street art continually
coming in contact with the
"chukos hagoyim," the stat-
utes and practices of the Gen-
tiles. The home is not strong
enough to counteract these
influences and to build up in
their stead a spiritual atmos-
phere. We know what weak-
ness there is in the average
Jewish home today when. it
a e.ps to the matter of relig-
ion and the practice of Jew-


ish forms of expression
Furthermore, we are lhing
in an age of Science aqd, In-
vesUigation. All tradition of
SReligion, including Judaism,
are being scrutinized .id sab-
jected to a close examiatton
Sunder the microsoope. What
Practical calue has tWis or
that religious ideal- What
pragmatic worth has 'this or
that religious ceremony?
What spiritual. purpoee or
ethical aim is there to -tis
ancient law or praetlce?
These are questions asked by
our intelligent men and wo-
, men. And.unless they are giv-
en intelligent and rational an-
swer. unless our youth ca he
convinced of the worth-while
ness of Judaism for this age,
our rich heritage will be
meaningless to them and be
thrown into the discard.
Judaism has also to en-
counter what other spiritual
forces are facing, and that is
the materialism of the pre-
sent generation. The pursuit
after "thi. g" has crowded
out the Otirst and desire of
the Jew or idealism and thb
finer things of life.
What can we do to meet
boldly these angels of destru-
tion? What weapons will be
effective on the battlefield,
where we Jews are fighting
for our spiritual eminace?
We must fall back upon our
last trench -and fortify it,
namely, the Religious School.
We must consecrate our ener-
gies and devote them to the
"tinokos shel besrabon", 'the
children in the class-room.
Jewish education must be our
slogan. We must equip the
young with Jewish knowledge
,which has ever been Israel's
most effective weapon aaist
religious apathy and indiffer
ence. "Knowledge is Power,"
said the English thiker.,
Francis Bacon. To the Jewish
nation, esecjalY this hm
been true ook has giv-
en us a permanent and vital-
ity throughout the ages. The
School and Beth Hamedrush
have kept po light of 'udan
ism burning.
.I must strike a note of
warr, however. There is a
marked tendency among Jew-v
ish educatala to. remove the
School .th. religious at.
mosphere of the Synagogue,
and to teach our Hebrew lit-
erature fro a prey literary
point of view. The Jewish re-
ligion is ignored, the martyr-
dom gf Iirael for his God and
his faith is relegated to the
background, the teaching of
Torah as a religious revela
tion is overlooked. Needless
(Contined on Page 8)


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Building Committee, also Members of
Upon the Dedication of the Talmnd Ta
Pride of Miami's Jewry


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SWetdeld
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serbert E.
i trip last
aineyed to
nd returned '
k of, jacks,

Ws' L. Wil- .
rief trip to
) attend the
i son 'Nat,
ty of Flor-
Nat will re-
u LL. B. He
Slaw with
Sweringen
L. Williams
Ieve workers
md several ,.


Wiams is a
ahing staff
d Sunday

cers for the
SJewmish Wo-
Snext Tues-
-28th, at 8
STalmud To-
ininng Beth
ons for the
eld June 4thi
SHotel Arab
ought in to

F Scheinherg
trip to Palm
Whis.l '
r` took his
Vther -in -law
f6r a fish-
?de: City,
Sentmay
6n' anything
t t. .. .a of
nads; Stanley


Stion Beth Jaiob, MamiBeach
is leaving Miami ftr Saratoga
Springs, on S8nddy morning.
He will' act as showed' and
cantor at one -of the larmg
Jewish Hotels under-th own-
ship of Mr. O Os. He i 4i .
.pected to return to Miami in,
time for the High HIold4s.
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Mr. Gus Feuer, the son of
Mrs. Jacob Feuer, of Miami,
was elected captain of the ten-
js team at the University of
Alorida last week. This is a
sinal boj bjkt.Lwll.
merited by Is stadn bt
at the University and as one
of the amateur champion ten-
Sxis players of the Country.

Mr. and Mrs. Moe Rippa,
have returned from a trip to
Hfaana where they witness-
ed the inauguration ceremon-
ies of president -Machado.
They report a very pleasant
Sand enjoyable trip.'


Mis. Albert E.. Rosenthal
was hostess to the members
of the Fortn=ht!y Book Re,
view ,b, aw ter ome,Tueas-
dayl evening, when Rabbi Is-
ral 'H. W.eMfl: of Beth Da-


A" Bebe s,r. M f.,.Mn. ,
S" .... <: N. INShandloff, P.. John '
WOlf, Mrs, ASl. 0 ehn, Mrs.
Manuel' Rippa, Mrs. Chas.
Tannenbaum, Mrs. Isidore Co-
hen, Mrs. j. Bqcketei'n, Miss
Veeda Wolf, Mrs. M.' Topds,
Mrs. Chad. Cromer, Mrs. Ella
Cromer, Mrs. J. H. Katz, Mrs.
0. Tannenbaum; Mrs. H.
Levy, Mrs. B. Pomerant,
Miss Evelyn Marks, *Miss
'Viola Katz and others.


Mr. P. Rosengarten con-
nected with The Fair, left the
City for an extended trip to
New York City and- other
Northern points where he will
spend the summer on a much
needed vacation.
Mr. S. LH Tobin is leaving
Saturday afternoon for a com-
bined business and pleasure
trip to Hendersonillb, Nt, C.,
where he has large realty
holdings. He expects to rt-
turn to Miami the latter part
of next week.,


ebman, H~nm Asher at the
piano; ,arL from "Hoffman
Tales, "Doq'N Song' (Often-
bach), 'Eigenia AHdnidalse
Louise MeCallman at. the
piano,; "Snata" for two
pianos in D (Mozart), Hanna
Asher and Julian De Gray.

The many friends of Jack
Lear, a member of the staff
of the Miami Life were shock-
ed to hear of thedeaith of his


to one of the worthiest insti-
tutions of Miami.'


A special meeting of the
Junior Hadaseah will be held
i-.the new Talmud Torah
building adjoining the Beth
David Synagogoer on Wednes-
day evening,. May 29th, at 8
p m., at which time definite
decision will be made forthe
4inal arrangements for the
ibaquet soon to be held.


The many friends of Abe
Kurtuan are glad to hear that
ha is now recovering from his
illness and expects to leaves
the Victoria Hospital where
he is still confined,, very
izry


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1$Wk. s lt i^ dMss Raefii GEltraiFi lt- -1
athy gbes out to Jack in his. a h
poy bes ea in hstrve from Washington, D. C.
hour of bereavement. te early part of next week.
a iss Furr is the sister of
Mr. A. Xanter of Chicag, iob Furr, popular young
a winters .idW -ot.f M wishh member of the local
left for a saitouA.nes, ~*t aL .
to Chso'pmd0iwi t% w :_
Miami within te et Mra, 'B. Kadel entertained
dap. t Wes at i r home e
S: t a miseiuaeoa bridge and
A committeeon ing f ahower in loor of Miss
Miss- Irene PFw, eda W4I whose marriage
Gost ant I. ohstea to Mr. 'Cromer will be
are in change of arrangement held at Masonic
for the fied da athletic Eall, on Smemah next. Rabbi
ven ch' wi be part Israel is offi-
Sthe piieytoIt S *4tI c4a te at -theOaremony. Bridge
ed for the Both David S was played prize: were
t*E.; sdi 7 ad !T.ph awarded to the highest sqr.,
Osld*or~ the' 'g ers. Quite a number of beau-
t chel waurl da tiful gifts were.received tiy
m.e 2Bi m h a'tb r~i:;the .guest of honor. '
lAticm ong 1hoe preset wPrA:
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Bake-Rite Breadery is a)1l'
patient. at the Rivemiide Hos-
pital Wher he riecittly a r-'
went a serious operation. Ae
g slwy .ecveri an h
,o leave the Hospta *I

Mr. Stanley C. .left
for a short A-ip t.l -ts Pl,

number of his relatives. He
xpp ts' to return toIia mi
shortly.


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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myqras
of New York City, the psi
ents of Stanley C. Myers ++ *,,
expected to. hrrvet i-n.-M ni .a I
shortly to attend the nuptial i
of tjmir fMon to.MIa.M : s
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The final late Friday night
S services of the season will be
held at Beth David, Friday
night, at 8:20 pm. Rabbi Is-
rael H. Weisfeld preaching
the sermon. His subject will
be "We Meet AgAin in Glad-
ness."
The usual congregational
singing and chanting will be
held. Services will be followed
by a social hour in the vestry
rooms where the worshippers
will be the guests of the Sis-
terhood.


Temple Israel


Rabbi N. Leon Freidless of
West Palm Beach will occupy
Dr. J. H. Kaplan's pulpit on
Friday evening. He has chos-
en for his subject "After All
The World Is Not An Illu-
sion.".
Dr. Kaplan wil go to Ver)
Beach on Friday to speak to
the Rotary Club of that city,
on the subject "My Impres-
sions of Russia." Immediately
after the luncheon he will
leave for Jacksonville to oc-
cupy Dr. Israel Kaplan's pul-
pit. For this occasion he has
chosen "Jewish Religious edu-
cation." On Saturday morning
he will speak on "The Outlook
For Peace."

Beth Jacob, Miaii Beach
'The usual Friday ngiht and'
Saturday morning services
will be held at the Synagogue.
Sunday School will open as
usual at 10 a. m. Talmud To-
rah classes are being conduct-
ed daily by Mr.rB. Silverman,
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#ren talks will be iudep 1
tWisess foelyn Daum~ id L
ian Wucher, an 0 te
Isaac Gordon n eren;
K. Shoche Rabbi Irael
We*afeld'will deliver t e ma
address .of the aternoo
There will be singinzaby tl
children of thi Tal qd Tora
and Sunday School during tI
program.
The Building will be off
cidaly turned over on behalf
the Building Committee by i
Chairman, Mr. Lewis Brow
and will be accepted on beha
of the Congrqgation by it
President, Mr. J7 Lou:
SShochet.
In the evening at,7:80 p. f
the dedication banquet will b
held in the auditorium of th
building and all will sit'dow
to a real feast prepared by th
Palatial' Kosher Restaurant
Quite a number of interesting
events have been arranged fo
'the Banquet at which Rabb
Weiffeld will also be the prin
cipal speaker.
The Banquet is being ar
ranged for by a committee re
presenting the Sisterhood o
Beth David and one represent
ing the Congregation.
The committee in charge
of general arrangements con
sist of Messrs. Herbert Scher
Isidor Cohen and Stanley C
Myers.
The public of Miami is in-
vited to attend the ere-
monies.

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composer Manna-Zucca (Mrs.
Irwin Cassell)
Rabbi Weisfeld of Beth Da-
vid made an appeal for local
charities first and called on
Miami Jews to help those less
fortunate than themselves.
In his remarks Rabbi Weis-
feld told of the story of a
merchant being appealed to
for funds to help some needy
Jews of a distant City and
in rejecting the appeal the
*merchant expressed his keen


regret at being unable to con-
ts tribute because of his having
is to help a very poor brother
residing in the same City.
n. When the Committee later
)e found that he did not help his
e own brother they returned to
n the merchant and upbraided
e him and again urged him to
t. make a contribution. The mer-
g chant again refused and in-
or dignantly replied, "Well, how
i can you expect me to con-
- tribute to total strangers,
when I do not even contrib-
- ute to my own brother?" Em-
- phasizing the fact that the
f translation for the Hebrew
word for Charity (Zedoko)
was "Justice." The Rabbi
e made an eloquent appeal for
- immediate help and the neces-
,sity of all Miamian Jewry to
Enroll as members in the Jew-
Sish Welfare Bureau..
In a splendid address Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, of Tem-
ple Israel told of the. numer-
ous calls made upon local
charity and describing condi-
tions in Russia and the plight
of the Jews there, urged the
necessity for self respect
amongst Miami Jews in help-
ing. the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau by enrolling as members.
Rabbi -Kaplan revealed that
he had received appeals for
numerous -worthy Jewish
causes and called on the audi-
ence to heed not only local
but national and international
appeals for Charity. "We
must heed these appeals if we
would keep our dignity," said
Rabbi Kaplan.


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sore ana supported oy aevot-
ed men and women, taught by
high-minded and zealus
teachers, who know the mind
of the American child, given
in up-to-date Talmud Torahas.
where there is an atmosphere
of love and warmth and beau-.
ty, will draw our young to the
fountain of Jewish life, the
school. Such schools will
change "God's wrath to Mer-
cy," and will save the Jewish
world from its destructive
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pose, and not in the spirit of ..
"kellal Yisroel." Jewish edut *'
cation should aim to inspire"
the child with a love not onl :
of Israel, the nation, but also J
of Israel's God ana Israel's re- se
ligion. Jewish education zeal
should lead to the practice of f
the religious life of the Jew. .o'J
"Not knowledge but practice bhaivt in
is the principal thing," says young men
an ancient sage. We must, of Mii will
prepare the youth to enter the yo'th who,
Synagogue and uphold the Sy- proud of this 3
nagogue's ideals, namely, the- ty aP Jews,
love and reverence for God, arv*.lve sal
loyalty to Israel, and the elev- ite for this;(
ation to the higher and ethi- work, and h4e
cal life, which is expressed in the b ullfillme
a just and right relationship yet's hope, "A
between man and his fellow- dren shall b4e
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