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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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wJewisli Fiendi&n
L II.NO. XXII.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Price 5 Cents
EWRY OF MIAMI REJOICES
...
ish Welfare
ireau Appeals
For Support
ie of the most enthusias-
d well attended meetings
Kami Jewish men and wo-
[was held at the Scottish
Temple, Thursday night
[result of a call signed by
'residents of nine Miami
jh organizations,
splendid musical pro-
was in charge of the
known musician and
[Continued on Page 8)
Jewish Boy Hurt
in Auto Accident
Aaron Young, 12-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Young
of 37 N. E. 17th street, who
was injured Sunday night, is
reported as getting along
nicely. While riding a bicycle
Sunday night he was struck
by an automobile driven by
N. V. Maxwell.
Talmud Torah
Dedication to be
Joyous Event
The new building of the
Beth David Talmud Torah
will be officially dedicated
with appropriate ceremonies
beginning at 2:30 p. m., Sun-
day afternoon, May 26th.
At the afternoon ceremon-
ies, which will begin promptly
at 2:30 p. m., all will gather in
the Synagogue and from there
will march in a body to the
Talmud Torah Building, next
door where after prayer by
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld, the
privilege of opening the door
for the first time with the
key especially prepared for
the event. Thereafter all will
enter the auditorium where
they will listen to a program
arranged by the Committee.
Mr. Isidor Cohen will preside.
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will speak as will Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, Mr. Lewis Brown, Mr.
J. Louis Shochet, Mr. John
Wolf and Mrs. Lewis Brown.
Representing the Talmud To-
(Continued on Page 8)
|. John Wolf, President, Adult Bible Class; 2. Harry Isaacs, Executive Board and Building Comnt.; 3. Nathan Adelman. Sergeant at Arms; 4. Samuel J. Spector, Ej
(Omni.; 5. Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld; 6^ J. Loui^ Shochet, President of Beth David and Building Comm.; 7. Jos. M. Fine, 1st Vice President and Building Comm.; ft.
xecutive Board
Building
lerick K. Shochet, Treasurer Bar Mitzva Boys Club; 9. The front portion of the new building: containing class rooms; 10. Mendel.Scheinberg, Executive Board; 11. H. H. Farr,
ber Executive Board; 12. Mrs. A. L. Kanter, Secy. Beth David Sisterhood; 13. Mrs. Chas. M. Tannenbaum, Secy. Both David Sisterhood; 14. Mrs. M. Shonfeld. 2nd Vice Presi-
Beth David Sisterhood; 15. Mrs. Lewis Brown, President Beth David Sisterhood, Building Comm.; 16. Mrs. Jacob Feuer, 1st Vice President Beth David Sisterhood, Bldg. Comm.;
rs. Louis Hayman, Treas. Beth David Sisterhood; 18. Mr. I. Hochstein, Instructor and Athletic Director Talmud Torah; 19. Al Mack, President Bar Mitzva Boys Club; 20. Max
er. Vice President Bar Mitzva Boys Club; 21. Milton Friedman, Secy. Bar Mitzva Boys Club; 22. Mrs. Cecil Tannenbaum, Secy .BetJi David Sisterhood; No. 23. Lewis Brown,
rman Bldg. Comm. and Treas. Beth David; No. 24. Herbert E. Scher. Executive Board and Bldg. Comm. NOTEWe sincerely regret that due to an oversight in the engrav-
lepartment the photos of Mr. W. L. Williams, actively connected with the Talmud Torah and Vice President of Beth David, and that of Isaac Gordon of the Bar Mitzva Boy*
were omitted from the above. Their photos will appear in our next issue.
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THE JEWISH FLOPTT>IAN
I
SOCIETY
?':
I1
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Bippa
ri-r rr:-r-T-: :'-:rr. ar. ex-
tended trip to Havana and
Cat*. where they
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day is honor of the 33rd ?:
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ta peve served at a
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Altar DecoratJocs. Mr*. Ja-
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jeaboeaL Mr- ^x?
Flower aad Happy Day.
M Scbexnberf.
arr_:rer-.. Mr-. M
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Tea 5rvi. Mr*. Chas.
Man :--.::
Pr aai Mr?. J Ki
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Serrate, Mr* H. E.
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BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
Mr- Wtf aad M- :r:-r:
j-'::r : :*, Mr? :--- *r*re
5_., -- --....- M-, S-, r ---> ::- :
beta *a *e cake whaei ^a- *.?
Mr: v -^i--; -
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Beach Mrs- Ada OooU
Friday, May 24. H
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PERSONAL CONGRATULATIONS
n
H:-te
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TTaplan President:
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Mr- ?" M -r ? -'-
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.\i,RATTLATION-
Mrs- and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
ji-i i. \*. ieth Bt
s-.RATl LATHMM
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler
.-; 1 W. 3rd St-
ass --*
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- -arizg tor L- Az^elea
in a-rs.:
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trad
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COXCBATC LATMMW
Mr. and Mr-. Wolf Cohen
. ..\ -P. \TllATIO\-
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Markoitz
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HAPPY ODEBD!
MRS. JACOB FEUEB
: fin Pre*idfit
BETH DAVID ?I5TEBH' H Ml
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Latxi Pt M .-;
r.r stea V .- Pre*
V~eca Woif. S-r-:r^-
Misi ?,T:a E'fier rreas-r-rr.
Ar. .--a_i:.:- :ar ; .-.:
be r-:.: := May .--- :
-.-..- Maa Beba Eat er I.:.-*
Pear E-:y*r a? Ccairtcar ::'
:.-.-a Ma b
I _" N W 3rd

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Ta=ipa- ^ ? -*-- -r;7
aad aant- Mr. ar: Mrs A H. a:~-aex eC
Predinfe* a: .-*..- ~ > "I*fL
^ W. I3-J- I
M-- "_-> Br-.-r--
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A peda: aaeetzac of Beth Mr L Ti
DaVai Saaerbood -ra* heU
the tpyaafoa^ Mai Xoeday
iftemooo. The rev-aec By- ^at
La-r* -rere adoptee Repcrv jaai
of varioas coaamittees ere ar...
received. The foJkaraaf coea-
:r.a:rraeB *";'- '-- -
ir ar i 5 -' : -
i. wr.:-
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ciera:
ea
Ta.-.: 7::
School, ataa I
Pablkity.
Sehvartz.
- a:
Mrs. Meyer
sa-
, .. ...
7:-r.:.. :: Ji-^r Wi-
ts a-.r: ^a. .n-tal k-
:':'.:tr- a: .-r.:'-.-r:r.
:-. 7:..m- .- H --
-terr. Mrs
;i: ^ar-a- ie .verec :-t
- i- :: Mr; Saczey Weir-
*.ra." -- =i-- : :as:rr_5*.r---
ar:::-;.ir.^- :; Mr- "wV."-. -
M- AX4.T
: :-- Tar ? -?:
hicc
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?-- -:" M-- E- A,"- -
read. Pref.
Mr- -'- -Vr"r" :- : '
Pr-.ikhat: Mrs. Jack Berr-
--- Tiaai --- ^'- ''- --
Fedder. Jr, Becontr^ -
tary: Mrs. .'a::-- K Kar^r
CcaTcspcaaaaaj lecrttan
CONGBATl LATTOS8
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher
Wonder Viw Apartsr.rr -
blst warn -
Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg
:*: ? m. *- .w.
Ben Atkins
mi b, w nth t.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger
21 ~3 V W. lt Termc
CONGRATlLATI(\
A DELE SEGAL
-A ease* il of our beW-d|
Paair
Currata 1st ions Froa
Doris and Walter Goo4aa|
1415 N. w. tm -
Theodore Gulki*
1JT N. W. Ml -
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mj
*W N. a. 2nd km.
~M
Arthur Kahn
~A r*al demote* of o.- a*aw|
Rabbi."
BEST wishes:
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
CoczratalatM*- to Beta Dar^l
a iu ne
TALMID T(R\H
The Friendship Leapt:
of Miami
BEST WISHES
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Isajel
v !*! S. W. 1-ita St.
THE OFFICERS and MEMBEflB
"*" I
CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
MUMI BEACH
CONGRATULATE
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
a tne
DEDICATI' 0
f it* Beaa
TALMl'D TORaH
Mrs. L:-_- Sathan, F:rancial
Baoatary; Aoditor, Mrs.
Least Kathaa PireUuta, Mr-
Day J. Ar.r. Mr- I?:
Mrs Ber. Watts. Mrs.
Lews Brows Mrs R V. .
>rr- Mr- Y. rr> I
After the laaeaeao and pro-
rr&- brsdfi aas piayad
a., ar.; :.-ea_:::-
aarar:.r : : :-.- r.-:.--: -. ;re
a: r^
\-isit to Savanna." Aia|
and West Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs J. I M
have moved to I
arartment in the Mare ttj|
Apartments. 202 Oeeai D^
Miami Beach.
Tr.-e ssaaj fr.rr.d : Mrs.
Max Shaaf aan hnikatl to
team of her assess and ad-
"Ssissioc to the Jackson Mem-
orial H rr 4
speedy recovery.
The Misses Hannah and
Edith Bemer have just re-
turned from a three aaek*a
Last Wednesday '* 1
members of the teacr.isfsj
of the Beth David Snail
School met st s bar-qaecij
at the Palatial Ho:e. m J
brate the work c: '- T
season. A very pteasart
was had by alL Tlus is <
the last of a series of J
mgs held every wee* -J J
of the teaching n***Jm
ducted by Babbi We^fswl
the teaching staff
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jay, May 24,1929____________________^^^
Glad To Have Helped By Furnishing The
[ INSURANCE
I To Protect This Building Against Loss During Its
Construction
RAUZIN
INSURANCE AGENCY
137 N. E. First Street
Phones 22565 32452
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
CONGRATULATIONS j
We furnished part of the 1
LUMBER
FISHER 1
LUMBER CO.
Phone 20261
1400 S. W. First Ave.
I :
WE COVERED
IT ALL!
Page 3
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By Roofing: this Temple of
Learning v
I
"The Home of All Around Adequate Protection"
I <__
Jfe Fire Casualty Bonds
I
INMMM
Reliable Sheet
Metal and
Roofing Works
t
728 S. W. Eighth Street }
Phone 4782 S
MAZEL TOV!
Rest Assured We'll Do Our Share to Help You Enjoy
the Celebration of the Completion of Our Beautiful
Talmud Torah at the
DEDICATION BANQUET
Which We Are Catering
Palatial
Kosher Restaurant
SUNDAY, EVENING, MAY 26, at 7:30 o'clock
in the
AUDITORIUM OF THE TALMUD TORAH
265 N. E. Second Street
Phone 9883
>^'^*,V^'^^,',*^V',^V',VV &A**4*M4X>&i!*4^^
Furnished The
[MAJESTIC RADIO-
PHONOGRAPH $
^Domination to be used in 9
the new Talmud Torah, the Jv
Sift of the children of the **
knud Torah and Sunday 2t
School. *
V
F.ELECTRIC RADIO
[HEAR and SEEi
j& NEW MODELS
?
i
PLETE WITH TUBES |
We Are Happy Indeed
to have erected a building such as this new Talmud Torah.
Substantial, adequate, and beautiful. We appreciate the
courtesies and help extended us by the members of the build-
ing committee, the officers of the congregation, by our Rabbi
and by our sub-contractors and material men. May this new
Talmud Torah be the means of bringing forth a generation
of Jewish boys and girls who will keep the fires of our
"Torah" burning forever.
MIAMI
SHOWCASE and FIXTURE
CO.
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS
$129.50 $144.00
Hack weintraub
iothern Radio Co.

228 South Miami Avenue
Ben Kohl
Phone 22168
Wm. Rosenberg
Blighted to
mvE helped
Bn Beautifying This
Bplendid Edifice by
Burnishing the Paint
In It.
!
S
BEST WISHES
We Wired This Entire Building As It
Should Be Done
WAGNER ELECTRIC CO.
General Electrical Contractors
224 South Miami Ave.
, Phones 8503-22168
1
The home of Benjamin
Moore Products"
L. C. H. Wagner W. A. Papy ^
I
CONGRATULATIONS
We Did the Plumbing Work on This
Magnificent Building
Alexander Orr, Jr., Inc.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
CONTRACTORS
INNY SOUTH 1
[PAINT CO.
20 N. Miami Ave.
Congratulations to the Beth David
ON THE COMPLETION OF ITS BEAUTIFUL TALMUD TORAH
We Supplied the Building Materials, Roofing and Concrete Blocks
J. SIMPSON
Phone 6002
423 North West North River Drive
Phone 7251
^%V///MViW/,y,,y^.

We Are Happy
To Have Furnished
ij All The Electrical
v
S Fixtures
i In This Beautiful
$
>* Building
_______________________ |
B South Miami Avenue & -' ^
!
*
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I
The
Newland
Corp.
LIGHTING
FIXTURES
S
CONGRESS BUILDING $
121 N. E. Second Ave. S
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Pauv 1
THE TFWTSH FLOFJDIAN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami. Florida
Kv The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
30L' S. W. 4th Ave.
A. 6
Phone 8745
EDITORIAL STAFF
J. LOUIS SCHOCHBT BKN noROM
A. CHOCHOM A. N. ASHES
EDITORIAL
A Message
at the Dedication of the
Talmud Torah
"Vwalimki Torah Kneged Kulom." and the teach-
ing of the Torah is equivalent to- all other command-
ment.-. How pithily have our wist men summed op and
evaluated the significance of adarattot Proper moral
c trw education, they romliaod constituted not
onl> an end in itself, but was the firm, substantial
ladder by mown of which om eKtpb to incredible
and uapioudootod heights. And childhood and adoles-
cenet ivi tho periods m which the magic ladder was
to M LBDJtructDJ 0>rfc school year a runp in a ladder
ever pointini Iravrrawarde
For. our MfM tell us. "Halomed knfeOB, lemo h.i
domehledyo cheuho al Beyer ehodosh: He wo learns
to what may be be compared? To ink
written. :;;v:-. otw, m paper." Irapraoraraehli chil-
dren What sablime and divine teachings may not be
on ttoi opoo their innorc smooth, trust .: hearts'
H a: \irgir more fertile and ready go receive the
Metis of thought and action, which, attended kwingty
and -- mUottriy. .....to the pe
fru ts of knowledge, .-."derstanding ard tolerance and
: aH!
a-. boraera : properly educat-
ing the rath was mrecaata -1 mfel i
: was not left to tin -al. but be-
oam.e a p :; i al responsibility. Fet
-t >:..<< -.v. that *Ko ~a"rr.'.amed es ben cha-
i- v '.. yTodofc: He who touches
bar's m to beget him"? He. who
cr.t :-.- ;'-.'*. --- heIped rauto il
set r*w him spiritual birth*
DU he not eVo a-.: rvItsh a beautiful lie* that
ajaeN some day take its place in the toe* cha:-
Jew.sh martyrdor- spired tdeahsm? lueref-re.
was the Talmud Torah the communal problem and the
.------.a: prtde.
Wtous a-d mjmty.'.x x ,< fr ia> that ~ars
Peel .-a:..'" .-i a Tal.uc Torah :r. Mi- ':"- a
n the orpee m eg emetiem of these staunch ."
who to w-.trsess and glory at the cubaaaaciea sf
their

dream Ha. -.'-; -.a-:-
:-> N as a haven far their
Fua+raue* their chfldrec who** eyes epochal with de-
Igh: a -.: antkinuthwi dihght sa the Ifhilji that
linear pareato -a re ~_r~--.-Ar-.ed --.----_ -.-s:a
a--..; :"-: v---------- t Ta-'.-i T a-
> ; ---.: i~: : tra". tra:
-
raiearai

Ma.
wect. .
-:a -
: i a."
a ~ew cerecariee of ahv
.-.--. N- -r ..-- v:- -v -
ISRAEL H WVISFFLD.
| BRIEF HISTORY
OF"TALMUD
TORAH" IN MIAMI
r
We do not propOM to 0
bock of the early part of 1925
in this sketch, as that is all
this proposes to be. since to
all intents and purposes, while
the wish existed nothing: ev-
er happened BO far as any de-
finite steps towards the est-
ablishment of a Talmud To-
rah. In fairness, however, it
should be said that at one
time a larjre number of notes
had been signed but because
of the anxiety of some of
those contributors to retract
their pledges the et tor's
came to naught and the en-
tire matter was dropped.
In 1925 due to the work ot
the officers and members of
Beth David it stood out as a
temple of worship for those
of the residents and for the
tourists who came to attend
sen ces The need for Talmud
Torah began to be. felt. The
attempt to solve this problem
by the hiring of teachers, the
convening of classes in the
upstairs attic rooms of the
S\ nag >gue, were soon found
to be mere makeshifts and
the rVsult was that classes
of from five to ten children
atter.ded the M called "Tal-
mud Torah." Nothing was
otomptished because all real-
I was a makeshift.
In 1927 steps were taken
by the Mens Club of Miami.
to awaken Miami Jewry to
the seed for adequate facil-
ities for the teaching of
Jewisk rootK of the City of
Ifiam As a result of the
cr^.,: agitation, a munittee
was appointed by the actins
: of the liens C
Mr J. Loom Shoehet : si
olem ar.d report
to :'-; .Tgar.iratio: A ; rr.-
M ig of Mr Xa-
ridfloai as Chairm
Hi L Lesky. Harr
M. :".:ser.. S. J. Sr^vr.r
sen _ers wr
:er :s at the i
f.rr.t _-ah'.e t: recall, was ^v-
and a conference was
call;-:, .i: the Palatial Restau-
rar.: which ws attended by
:- ; ~it:ee. Mr H. H.
Far- Mr Startle". C M
arti ?::. M-rra;. A A stet.
wh; was thee the Rabbi t"
Be:- Dorid Seven ifer-
; thereat'trr
ar-.h it Rabci Alstet s .:ts.st-
-. :. T.rah
she- re : _.lt by Beth David
5 c\.r rith.rr t.-.i". ar.y
rr-it- .a-.- t was
t'.r-A-. ic-^-e-r thit t-; .Atter
- .': r-i- t'_r.tr Art. t
t- r_i ari "-.* C --.rr- ra-
:.;- _-t after :re Ki^rh H: -
ia s t" ". ?"2" 7" -.
A t t'
:. t j. 5 -i_r g ." ---
wh a. -T-
- ~ A r
- -- m '.- Lewv*

; .--

A.-
, At
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A .A--
i as
1 t-l s
Old Pop Gunn wants to
know if getting married qual-
ifies a woman for the talkies.

Philadelphia plumbing
establishment advertised that
a pretty young woman would
occupy one of their bath tubs
in their show window at a
certain hour in the afternoon.
Over 10.000 persons came to
see her. She was in the tun
as advertised, but she wore a
bathing suit. P. T. Barnum
was absolutely right.

"Put over a straight one."
cried the catcher to the wild
pitcher.
"I can't." he cried. "Ein-
stein curved the universe."

If the shoes hurt the face
shows it.

Necessity supplies courage
to the most timid.

Acquire a reputation for de-
pendability first, and add the
decorations afterward.
a
Ir. handling their women
- all men appear equally
talented and equally stupid.

Of these things is Utopia
idual liberty, ev
- ;a! jus-


Every man s sore : death
taxes and that hell have
share when he wakes up
:r. the rr.

Next t receiving a rrvsent
from her boahend r.ot-
.-. to boast of it to her fr.er -

At a show, concert ;r lec-
ture, it" your chair eaoM en-
. erfortabk it's a riei that
the entertains- t
standard.

If > ou're meet _r obti-
gations f and your
credit rs ;.---. loieg more


Oheetete sa;-
ntn am a rah

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>. t. A"t t- --s-;--.-
t ~ t
" -"g *,v *r-.i '- .- :t" a
foreman wfao had a gang of
a" r- r- ..-^ -, "A- -
r two days.
W vt -
' f ti-T .:.:.. j and ffto-
ely the foreigners threw
-
pose was
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Friday, May 24.
I
sys
cea
Wh
san
on!
act
wa
don

wai
tioi
the foreman explained tha:I
had been detailed to locaul
hidden leak in a water rrJ
and that he was going atl
task the best way he -.-M
how.
\N ith this informatior. tioi
men went back to work im \
Uighr. dm
This is what is kr.owr.^B
the "law of the situation, ma
short, if the situation iscrbui
fully explained, it is usuRal
imnecessary to give order- anc
allthe situation gives Jur
ders. the
Nothing so irritates a r^M
workman as to have a f wai
man interrupt him in thend^H
die of a job. and tell hirof
"drop it and do this." Nc-qui
planation, no reason why for
If the foreman said. Toi
company has just receiv-lasi
telegram asking us to ft: ma
a special job this afteroo "Yi
everything would be all r.rtha
and the workman would rlsn
bably get a considerable tkH
out of his part in compiling
the rush order.
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tornado and a hurricntH
that the tornado d.vs v^red
- going to do and passrfor
while the hurricane kera \
breezily in the neighbor the
for hours.
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ever invented. It is growadj
interest in Amer.ca fdj
year. No other gan:e t~JM
take its place with the.
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York magazine adv.ses xjm
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clothesbat you r*
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would feel to have a
ache. theeaeaaps.abeie1
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same time.

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A BMEF HISTORY
OlpTALMUD
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stem Wt "Yahrzeits" of de-
eased rB&tives of the donors.
I'hile mre than four thou-
nd do Irs were pledged yet
nlj i v. ^hundred dollars was
ollected, which sum
later returned to the
onors.
rovemb.T 1927 there
Shantfe of administra-
K Congregation Beth
.."8 a result of which
': Practically all those
ho ftd been active in the
31ub ot' Miami, for the
l of a Talmud Torah
iB oficers or members of
i iloard of the Congrega-
lon.
Duirtog the year 1928 and
Hie summer plans
fog laid for the move-
__er1 f revive interest in the
soJiilMi.itf of a Talmud Torah.
u>u*H Alstet had resigned
de--^H Khe Congregation on
jot 1928 and shortly
liter Rabbi Israel H.
apflj Hthe present Rabbi
a '-^M gage tirf Th officers and the Board
h:=fl ICtors laid plans for a
No^H energetic campaign
Dds to build a Talmud
. '{, and on Yom Kippur of
las' isr Rabbi Weisfeld
?ef8 hia appeal just before
' *T cor" services and more
ths, fourteen thousand dol-
v g i pledges of cash and
rials were received. Dur-
[ this time the^ Sister-
I of Beth David led by
Wdor Cohen, President
tbly assisted by the oth-
rs and the member-
a| Khe Sisterhood, car-
*'* Br stronE propoganda
Rnmediate collection
and the beginning of
je W building operations.
King was held and the
building of a Talmud Torah
M Korized. A committee
appointed by the Presi-
Ksisting of Mr. Lewis
^Chairman; Mr. Isidor
lei I Secretary; Mr. J.
li Shochet, Jos. M. Fine,
Williams, Harry Iaacs,
__iley C. Myers, I. Lasky,
Kbert E. Scher and
rere authorized to ask
K and bids for a build-
*cr:|
l
On January 20th, 1929 the
erJ Htvas broken for the
the first spadeful of
Has turned by Mrs.
Kuer, amidst great re-
i in] |The President, Mr.
i Ihad been called from
H on the 17th because
Heath of his father and
Hnot present at the
breaking. Because of
Ktinual objection of
Kominent 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 appeals 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 Succoss 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
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 skit was then pre-
sented by the Girl Scouts as
follows:
Martha Neham, patient;
Gertrude Neham, Latheria
Steinberg, 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.
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Prominent Jew
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Mr. Day J. Apte, president
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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 Commeree 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-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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4 Hi ^Biety
sir from Page 2) hen has just re-d rr'B a tour weeks to PI .fclphia and other rs Rvhere she visit-riurabi rot' relatives and Bo*
BETH DAVID BAR MITZVA BOYS CLUB
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bi Be! H. Weisfeld
he vjimt of Herbert E.
Bishing trip last
mr journeyed to
Kty and returned
catch of jacks,
and-trouts.
j.i i TOrs. w. L. Wil-
for a brief trip to
I, Fla., to attend the
ml of his son Xat,
; fafversity of Flor-
Saturday. Nat will re-
degree of 1,1,. B. He
practicing law with
Van Sweringen
ami )ir. W. L. Williams
of the active workers
; David and several
'' rjiah organizations.
I Williams is a
lber of the teaching staff
tt* B I David Sunday
tel.
aW"~~
ion of officers for the
*t B uncil of Jewish Wo-
----B| take place next Tues-
ng, May 28th, at 8
t the new Talmud To-
^-B ding, adjoining Beth
id. ;i eservations for the
-jM to b eheld June 4th
Alcazar Hotel Arab
;, must be brought in to
meeting.
F
Martha Scheinberg
'brief trip to Palm
B B she will visit a
ber Blends.
* C. Myers took his
,. H 1 father in law
iheinberg for a fish-
trip to Everglades City,
----^^^^Bhe old gent may
___Btave known anything
ishing, but .....of
catch made, Stanley
fewest.
rlol Lutzky entertain-
ler home in Miami
t Tuesday afternoon
hi bridge in honor
Mia tha Scheinberg
Kg will take place
er im m. the Columbus
Btel colored decor-
I was used. Hand
,js were given as
eh guest. Bridge
won by Mrs. M.
Blrs. Joe Morris,
Shayne and Mrs. L.
jr. Iguest of honor
mted with a hand
Bade by Lasters.
Bose present were:
Beinberg, Mrs. P.
|_Mrs. L. Miller,
'olfe, Mrs. Jacob
Benj. Axelroad,
jiman, Mrs. E.
[rs. Wm. Shayne,
irris, Mrs. Ger-
an, Mrs. Marcella
Faye Weintraub,
[arks, Miss Ruth
luttman who has
:hed at the Tenn-
for the past sev-
and who is the
Bd one of the ac-
Bb for Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
is leaving Miami for Saratoga
Springs, on Sunday morning.
He will act as shoched and
cantor at one of the large
Jewish Hotels under the own-
ship of Mr. Gross. He is ex-
pected to return to Miami in
time for the High Holidays.
Mr. Gus Feuer, the son of
Mrs. Jacob Feuer, of Miami,
was elected captain of the ten-
nis team at the University of
Florida last week. This is a
signal honor paid but is well
merited by his standing both
at the University and as one
of the amateur champion ten-
nis players of the Country.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Rippa,
have returned from a trip to
Havana where they witness-
ed the inauguration ceremon-
ies of President Machado.
They report a very pleasant
and enjoyable trip.
Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal
was hostess to the members
of the Fortnightly Book Re-
view club, at her home, Tues-
day evening, when Rabbi Is-
rael H. Weisfeld of Beth Da-
vid reviewed Leah Morton's
"I am a woman and a Jew."
After the review which lasted
for more than an hour a very
interesting discussion in
which most of those present
took part developed and was
greatly enjoyed by all. The
evening was voted one of the
most instructive of the sea-
son.
Among the members pre-
sent were Mrs. Albert E. Ros-
enthal, Mrs. Adele V. Rose,
Mrs. Harry Weinberg, Miss
Rae Rosengarten, Mrs. A. L.
Kanter, Mrs, Joseph S. Fields,
and Mrs. A. Goldstein.
Miss Bertha Foster was
honor guest at the regular
meeting of the Mana-Zucca
Music club at Mazica Hall.
The following program was
given:
Reading on the life of Ber-
tha Foster, May Brigel; pre-
lude, dedicated to Bertha Fos-
ter (Mana-Zucca), Hanna
Asher; "Ruhe Meine Seele,"
"Morgen," "Standchen" (R.
Strauss), Mrs. Herbert Feib-
elman,
piano;
Tales,
bach),
Louise
piano;
pianos
Asher
Hanna Asher at the
aria from "Hoffman
"Dolls Song" (Offen-
Eugenia Holmdale,
MeCallman at the
"Sonata" for two
in D (Mozart), Hanna
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 the death of his
father last week in New Hav-
en as a result of an automo-
bile accident. Miami's sym-
pathy goes out to Jack in his
hour of bereavement.
Mr. A. Kanter of Chicago,
a winter resident of Miami,
left for a short business trip
to Chicago and will return to
Miami within the next few
days.
A committee consisting of
Miss Irene Farr, E. Max
Goldstein and I. Hochstein
are in charge of arrangements
for the field day athletic
events which will be part of
the picnic festivities arrang-
ed for the Beth David Sunday
School and Talmud Torah
Children at the Hollywood
Beach and Casino, for Sunday
June 2nd. Prizes for the ath-
letic events and games have
been donated by Mess. Her-
bert E. Scher and Stanley C.
Myers.
As we are going to press
quite an interesting meeting
is being held by Emunah
Chapter, O. E. S., in which a
large number of Jewish men
and women are active mem-
bers. Recently, Jos. M. Fine,
First Vice President of Beth
David and for years a resi-
dent and active communal
worker of Miami was elected
associate worthy patron.
The committee of Mess. J.
L. Shochet, P. Scheinberg and
Chas. Goldstein to appoint a
Board of Directors for the He-
brew Free Loan Society, of
Miami, is considering names
and would appreciate sugges-
tions for the vacancies, espec-
ially volunteers who would be
willing to lend an active hand
to one of the worthiest insti-
tutions of Miami.
A special meeting of the
Junior Hadassah will be held
in the new Talmud Torah
Building adjoining the Beth
David Synagogue, on Wednes-
day evening, May 29th, at 8
p. m., at which time definite
decision will be made for the
final arrangements for the
banquet soon to be held.
Miss Reggie Goldstein will
entertain next week in honor
of Miss Rose Furr, who is to
arrve from Washington, D. C.
the early part of next week.
Miss Furr is the sister of
"Bob" Furr, popular young
Jewish member of the local
Bar.
Mrs. B. Kandel entertained
last Wednesday at her home
at a miscellaneous bridge and
shower in honor of Miss
Veeda Wolf, whose marriage
to Mr. Jasper Cromer will be
held at the Biscayne Masonic
Hall, on June 9th next. Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld is to offi-
ciate at the ceremony. Bridge
was played and prizes were
awarded to the highest scor-
ers. Quite a number of beau-
tiful gifts were received by
the guest of honor.
Among those preset were:
Mrs. S. J. Spector, Mrs. J.
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Engler, Mrs. S. Abenson, Mrs.
N. Shandloff, Mrs. John
Wolf, Mrs. Al. Goshen, Mrs.
Manuel Rippa, Mrs. Chas.
Tannenbaum, Mrs. Isidore Co-
hen, Mrs. I. Buckstein, Miss
Veeda Wolf, Mrs. M. Topkis,
Mrs. Chas. Cromer, Mrs. Ella
Cromer, Mrs. J. H. Katz, Mrs.
C. Tannenbaum, Mrs. H.
Levy, Mrs. B. Pomerantz,
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. H. Tobin is leaving
Saturday afternoon for a com-
bined business and pleasure
trip to Hendersonville, N. C,
where he has large realty
holdings. He expects to re-
turn to Miami the latter part
of next week.
The many friends of Abe
Kurman are glad to hear that
he is now recovering from his
illness and expects to leave
the Victoria Hospital where
he is still confined, very
shortly.
Mr. I. Tannenbaum of the
Hake-Kite Breadery is still a
patient at the Riverside Hos-
pital where he recently under-
went a serious operation. He
is slowly recovering and hopes
,to leave the Hospital shortly.
Mr. Stanley C. Myers, left
for a short trip to West Palm
Beach where he will visit a
number of hi* relatives. He
expects to return to Miami
shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers
of New York City, the par-
ents of Stanley C. Myers are
expected to arrive in Miami
shortly to attend the nuptials
of their son to Miss Martha
Scheinberg, which will be held
on the 16th of June.
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Friday, Mayi

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Beth David
The final late Friday night
services of the season will be
held at Beth David, Friday
night, at 8:20 p. m. 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 occup>
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 will 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, Miami 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 dailv by Mr..B. Silverman.
Heartiest
CONGRATULATIONS
to Beth David
Tobin & Tobin
REALTY AND
INSURANCE CO.
23 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 5459
Talmud Torah
Dedication to be
Joyous Event
Continued from Page 1)
rah and Sunday School chil-
dren talks will be made by
Missess Roslyn Daum and Lil-
lian Wucher, and Masters
Isaac Gordon and Frederick
K. Shochet. Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld will deliver the main
address of the afternoon.
There will be singing by the
children of the Talmud Torah
and Sunday School during the
program.
The Building will be offi-
cially turned over on behalf of
the Building Committee by its
Chairman, Mr. Lewis Brown
and will be accepted on behalf
of the Congregation by its
President, Mr. J. Louis
Shochet.
In the evening at 7:30 p. m.
the dedication banquet will be
held in the auditorium of the
building and all will sit down
to a real feast prepared by the
Palatial Kosher Restaurant.
Quite a number of interesting
events have been arranged for
the Banquet at which Rabbi
Weisfeld will also be the prin-
cipal speaker.
The Banquet is being ar-
ranged for by a committee re-
presenting the Sisterhood of
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 (fere-
monies.
CONGRATULATIONS
MIAMI WASTE
MATERIALS CO.
Incorporated
127 N. W. Fifth St.
Phone 23317
Jewish Welfare
Bureau Appeals
For Support
Continued from Page 1)
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-
tribute because of his having
to help a very poor brother
residing in the same City.
When the Committee later
found that he did not help his
own brother they returned to
the merchant and upbraided
him and again urged him to
make a contribution. The mer-
chant again refused and in-
dignantly replied, "Well, how
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
translation for the Hebrew
word for Charity (Zedoko)
was "Justice." The Rabbi
made an eloquent appeal for
immediate help and the neces-
sity of all Miamian Jewry to
enroll as members in the Jew-
ish 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 thf
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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to say, such a Jewish educa-
tion is without aim and pur-
pose, and not in the spirit of
"kellal Yisroel." Jewish edu-
cation should aim to inspire
the child with a love not only
of Israel, the nation, but also
of Israel's God and Israel's re-
ligion. Jewish education
should lead to the practice of
the religious life of the Jew.
"Not knowledge but practice
is the principal thing," says
an ancient sage. We must
prepare the youth to enter the
Synagogue and uphold the Sy-
nagogue's ideals, namely, the
love and reverence for God,
loyalty to Israel, and the elev-
ation to the higher and ethi-
cal life, which is expressed in
a just and right relationship
between man and his fellow-
man.
Such an education, spon-
sored and supported by devot-
ed men and women, taught by
high-minded and zea\pus
teachers, who know the mind
of the American child, given
in up-to-date Talmud Torahs,
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
"angels," the forces of anni-
'hilation th.it 8U
American Jewish I
Now that Con,
Beth David is about
cate it sbeautiful I
rah, with portals
to all Miami Jews,
outstretched to we]
the Jewish boys at
Miami irrespective
Synagogal affiliation*]
Jewry may well
self from hencefortn
greater zeal and eL
than heretofor to this
program of Jewish
Our efforts will be
harvest in spiritually
young men and woi
of Miami will l,e pm
youth, who, in turn,
proud of this, their
ity. All Jews. Orth
servative and Refi
unite for this big and
work, and help to bri
the fulfillment of t
et's hope, "And all
dren shall be taughi
Lord, and great shall
peace of thy children.!
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