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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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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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6, No. 35.
I. OR I DA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H. 1933.
Price Five Cent!
Jews Want Fund Campaign Jewish News Jewish Woman
To Live to Begin Monday About the WorlJ Dks m Accidcnt
About Suicides in
Jewish History
BV LOUIS I. DUBLIN.
As a result of a telegraphic ap-
peal received here from national
headquarters of the Anti-Defama-
tion League a meeting of prominent
citizens and communal workers was
held here last week. After a thor-
ough discussion a committee con-
lOUl the loin; history of sisting Ol Messrs. Abe Aronovitz
Ish people, until very recent- .Stanley ct. Myers and Nat Williams
:-. suicide has been extremely was appointed to inaugurate a cam-
rare. This is surprising in view ol palgn locally to raise the sum ol
lardships and persecutions rive hundred dollars. This will be
have followed the race ever forwarded to the national headquar-
DENMARK MAY OIT-
I.AW NAZI PARTIES.
the dispersion and the de-
struction of the Temple in Jerusa-
lem In 70 A. D. The laets do. how-
lend conviction to the state-
men' ol William James that "suf-
ferings and hardships do not. as a
rule, abate the love of life; they
in. on the contrary, usually to
a keener /est. The sovereign
ol melancholy is repletion.
truggle are what excite
n plre us; our hour of triumph
is what brings the void. Not the
Jews : the captivity, but tho.se of
days ot .Solomons glory are
treni whom the pessimistic
Itterances in our Bible come." Our
ay observations point the
same way. suicide is not particular-
ly prevalent among people win. have
'i ino-t. a.s we have already
there are many people com-
mit tini; -uicide per million inhabi-
tants in England than in Ireland.
It is not the poor and halt starved
siax peasant, but the well-fed Teu-
ton who is much more likely to take
la- own hie. Prosperity often brings
Uicide m its train. The poor beg-
holds on to life while the mil- i
lion;.ue whose lortune has collapsed
troys himself. The Jews who
been driven from pillar to past i
lor centuries have been little given
: -destruction.
The explanation of this interest-
ing phenomenon is found in the at-
titude oi the religious Jew towards
ind in the philosophic outlook
: Judaism, suicide
id it is unthinkable because
throughoul the old Testament runs
'he theme ,,! the saciedness of life.
Human life Is regarded as so holy
Jew may transgress every re-
conunandmenl to save his
life with the exception of three
murder, the denial of God,
ncesi or other forms of pro-
hibited sex relationships. The sin
tl, one ol the most abhorred
' Bible, as described in 'he
ty-eighth chapter ol Oenesls,
thai he destroyed ins seed, an
displeasing to God that 'lie
li v. him. With this en
1 n Hie value ol life it is not strange
''is .lews have alwav I OH
d suicide a deadly sin. Thi Ir
'' attitude is expressed in Job
'hi n Ins vile wished him to
-ive up the struggle against adverse
fortune and bade him "curst I I
and die.' answered m the true spirit
ol ubmission: "Thou speakesl as
I the foolish women .speaketh.
I Shall we receive good at the
"and Ol (iod and shall we not. ve-
il?" And naturally the tem-
' nl whose faith is strong
enough, when beset with trials and
tribulations, to maintain that "the
lord gave, and the Lord hath taken
blessed be the name of the
Lord" i.s not one inclined towards
Uicide. It is not surprising then,
then we can find only four instances
1 I suicide described in the Old
'Continued on page three)
ters of Bnal Brith Anti-Defamation
League tor the purpose ol combat-
ting the anti-Semitic propagandl
and Hltleristic literature which ha.
recently been disseminated in the
United States.
Committees of local Jewish wo- CHARGE NAZI8 SEEK
Copenhagen. The Danish gov-
ernment is now giving .serious con-
Ideration to a proposal to com-
pletely outlaw the German and
Danish Nazis whose activities have
shown no let-up since they were
prohibited from wearing political
uniforms, The Nazi agitation has
n".....>' particularly strong In South
Jutland where there is a good deal
ol entlment in favor of reuniting
with Germany. Under great pres-
sure and threats many Germans
In me in South Jutland have he, n
forced to join the German Nazis.
men will begin a systematic can-
vass of the City and each Jew will
be asked to contribute the sum ot
oik- dollar. Actual solicitation will
begin next Monday morning,
Jewish Frat
Leads U. of Fla.
Ranking first among all I
Greek letter fraternities at the Uni-
Versity ot Florida loi- the second
semester of the 1932 and 1933 year,
1 he pledges ot Phi Beta Delta, one
Of the Jewish fraternities at the uni-
versity, attained high scholastic
Standing, according to an official
announcement by the authorities ol
the university. The results for the
entire year toi both members and
pledgees showed that the fraternity
ranked second among all the fra-
ternities, Jay Schwartz of St.
Petersburg, i.s president; Alvin Cas-
sell of Miami, is vice president, and
a number of Miami boys are mem-
bers oi the fraternity.
TO Win; OUT CATHOLIC
CHURCH IN GERMANY.
New York. In an article m the
Catholic World, by Albert Brandt, a
German, the Hitler government is
d with having aided and abet-
ted the violation of the Concordat
with the Vat Kan. and individual
I Official! aie quoted as insist-
ing that the success ot the Nazi
party depends upon the disintegra-
tion of the Catholic church in Ge lar In local musical circles. A.s we
many. ,, press ,, funeral arrangements
NEW BOYCOTT AGITATION f" ^ att'1,i,m" "U' ar"
AGAINST RHINELAND JEWS. *"* '" '"""^ fl''n Ut f t0"n-
As a result of injuries sustained
in an auto accident last Sunday aft-
ernoon. Mrs. Pauline Stanger 01
Miami, was fatally injured and died
last Wedneday morning at the Or-
ange County hospital in Orlando.
Mi--. Stanger, who was en route
to \i.sit friends in Orlando, was a
nger in the car of Charles
Rosengarten, prominent Miami mer-
chant, which was driven by Dan
Rosengarten. While north of Eau
Gallie, the car became unmanagea-
ble, skidded and overturned. A
fractured arm and ribs were sus-
tained by Dan Rosengarten; severe
bruises and contusions were sus-
tained by Charles Rosengarten, and
minor Injuries by the two children
of Mrs. stanger. They were rushed
to the hospital at Orlando where
Mrs. Stanger dud Wednesday morn-
ni Dan Rosengarten is a patient
at the Orlando hospital now.
Mrs. Stanger was the daughter ot
Leo j. wemtraub. one ot Miami's
pioneer merchants, and .,
of Jack Welntraub, She leaves sur-
viving her a husband. Benj. Z.. and
two children. Mrs. stanger was a
talented miiMcian and very ROpu-
Must Rally Behind
American Business
The Boycott of
Qerman Qoods
By I. A. HIRSCHMANN.
1 he followin
from the address 01 the Publicity
director of Lord and Taylor deliv-
ered at the meeting ol the Nat
Executive Commits
can Jewish Congress, August 20,
1933. Editor.)
Meet in Miami
Y.M. hL.A. to
is unthinka- Hold Gym Classes
In carrying out its policy ol de-
veloping the youth of Miami Jewry
the Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion (formerly the H. a. C), has
established a physical training class
Berlin. Aroused to a frenzy by C.f.p f_miin(! \/f nxr
the forthcoming rally ol the Na- ^IdlC UrOUpS JViay
tlonal socialist party at Nuremberg,
the Nazis in that neighborhood
have spared no efforts to keep the
anti-Semitic sentiments of the peo-
ple at the boiling point. In the
neighboring towns of Bergersdorff
and Langensenn the populace has
been warned by notices posted m
the town halls not to patronize
Jewish ..hops under the penalty ot
being photographed and black-
listed Such 'offenders" will also
be pilloried by being marched
through the streets with signs de-
claring them "traitors to the na-
tional cause." a similar warning
has been posted In the Ob
town hall.
At a conference or rabbis and lay-
men held in Tampa last week an
invitation to hold the conference oi
Conservative and Orthodox Rabbis
and laymen of the state of Florida
in the city ol Miami was extended.
The convention is scheduled to be
held in Orlando, Fla., on October 9,
during the SUCCOS Holidays and will
concern Itself with a symposium on
Jewish affairs and problems oi the
day particularly in relation with
problems affecting the Jewry of
Florida.
Rabbi Adolph Burger of the Ro-
ot the organization. A handball deph Sholom Congregation of Tam-
which under the leadership 01 Milt court is being built, and temhs pa is chairman of the arrangements
Traeger, well known exponent Ol courts, amoim other improvements, committee and Rabbi A. S. Klein-
the subject, will meet twice weekly are being installed, showers in the feld of St. Petersburg is the lem-
on Monday and Thursday evenings, main building have been completed porary secretary. Definite details
Physical correction. calisthenics, and are now ready lor use. Those will be announced in an earl'
and general body building Will be interested are invited to attend the of the Jewish Floridian by the ar-
given free ol charge to all members I opening da > rangements commitl
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Is There Need of a Jewish Press
Though so much has been Written on this subject in recent times, it is net amiss at this
time on the approach "I Rash Hashono to again repeat a lew -alien! facts. Though the daily press
in most Instances and particularly in Miami has been more than fair to the Jewish people, never-
theless, because el' the lack of space it has been unable to print news of particular Jewish inter-
est. Particularly is thi, true of the activities of local Jewish organisations when so much space is
asked in order to help along in their respective fields of endeavor. And again, in the dissemination
nf Jewish traditional lore. Jewish news of what i-, going on throughoul the world, it is the Jewish
press which must serve the purpose.. That the Jewish weekly press printed in the English language
lias nobly responded to every call made upon it throughout the country Is indisputably true. And
even iii Florida, it has been the proud accomplishment of the JEWISH FLORIDIAN that it prints
more Jewish news than any other publication.
The Jewish weekly cannot exist simply by printing news, though that is part of its duty.
It must look for support to its Jewish subscribers. Through its subscribers it must .all upon all
merchants of the territory to use its advertising columns. They must insist that those whom they
purchase from should show their appreciation by advertising in the columns of The Jewish Flo-
ridian. This is true of Jewish as will as non-Je*ish merchants.
Again we direct your attention to the fact that Rosh Hashono is fast approaching. The
traditional exchange of greetings and well wishes should be seen in our columns by your friends.
The cost is nominal. If you want to have your news, your organization's news, to be published, help
reciprocate in a concrete manner.
The Trade Conjuncture Re 1
Institute reports from Berlin thai
the total turnover of Oeman 1
tradc> the first li\.- month- of 1933
decreased 10.8 per cent compared
With the same months of the ;
ous year. The. retail turnover 11.
textiles and clothing durini
period dropped 10.3 per cent. The
turnover of German department
stores in the five months decn
Hi.7 per ecu' The drop In the tex-
tile and clothing departments c f
In:; stores amounted to 15.7 per cent.
The German department stores dur-
ing June. 19:. had a decn ase 11
l'l' 2 per cent, in May ot the same
year the decrease was HIT per cent,
in April 17 7 per cent ...a concrete
indication of the downward move-
ment, of business in Germany.
New it :- not my intention to
bore you with statistics, but from
every tact concerning Germany's
market conditions which I have
.....: able '11 gather, both from ob-
servation and investigation, it is
evident that a boycott of German
goods must inevitably have its gpe-
Cific effect in contributing to the
further business depression in Ger-
many and the smashing ol the ruth-
less Nazi steamroller. In my opin-
ion, the mechanics of such a boycott
should be immediately organized
and put into action not as any
means ol reprisal against a fren-
zied government, but as a natural
corollary of any American business
plan program which i.s designed to
stimulate the creation and distri-
bution of American goods exclu-
sively on one hand, and which con-
cretely expresses its opposition to
any national program which is pri -
datory, destructive eit humanrights
and a world menace in lei ins of its
combustible' military threat.
Anyone who has touched German
soil or European soil in the la
months finds it difficult to n :
from emotional excitement on tlt-
ibjecl ot maddened Germany,
Your most chKiaeni pleader- will
to put into words
heTe today or els, \, In 1 e. the
some plight and tin1 inevitable de-
struction facing the thousands ol
en victims.
i'> he time has come, I belli ve
to be very practical, to roll up "in
li 1 '. es and [O to work with an 01 -
.1 plan, winch will di
.-irate concretely the national and
concerted opposition to or restric-
tion on the purchase1 or sale Ol '":-
niaii merchandise.
No one can guarantee the effica-
ciousness of such a boycott move-
ment. I don't say that it will bring
Hitler and his cohorts down to
their knees, or that business will
suffer to a point where they will be
forced into an employment situa-
tion that will be calamitous. But
It is unthinkable that any right-
thinking Jew or Gentile will con-
1 Continued on page sixi


Page fwo
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. September 8. 1933.
In announcing the opening of the
American School ol Atyislc. Alex
Drucker. formerly of New York and
Columbus. Ohio, .said that it will be
the policy of the institution to pro-
vide instruction at very reasonable
fees. Mr. Drucker is a graduate ol
the Conservatory of Music at Pet-
rograd, Russia, and during his stay
in this country was a soloist with
Frank Simons Symphony Orchestra
at Middkton. Ohio, and with Ernest
Rappe orchestra in New York.
rhe school will also pi vid music
for dai >' very
i bl prl
. at the 7th A\
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. n pleti
: : :
: ho prini
bout i
rled nl
.:..:. .: baby
ed with a i
teer who threatens to take hi
winds
up m an exciting and pli
bout this episode. It
. i rtainm i

The- next meeting o'. the Ladies'
ol the Miami Jewish Or-
. Congri gation will be held
in Sept, 26, at the vestry rooms of
the synagogue. Important business
will b .ted.
ii An
HEIDELBERG
BEER GARDEN *>o
Luncheorj 50^ AO* 50<
Start A
SAVINGS
ACCOUNT!
Day in and day outwith-
out any effort it will GROW
and we help it to grow be-
cause
We Pay 5o Interest
The
Morris Plan
Company
Of Miami
VINCENT R. BRICK. Manager,
105 V K. First Ave.,
MIAMI, FI.A.
Blister Keaton and Jimmy Du-
rante stole a march on congress.
While the nation's legislators were
battling over the beer question, the
two comedians completely settled
the problem in their comedy "What.
No Beer?'' which is to be seen at
the Tivoli theatre Sunday and
Monday. This Metro-Goldwyn-
Mayer comedy covers the whole agi-
tation for beer, from the last elec-
tion to the fight in congres
legalization.
But while the politicians
their wordy battles. Keaton
rite pitched in and took over a
ry 11: winch tiny madi
In the C0U1
.... I: I
: rival I
ontrol of their
he VI ......ere shi
.: .. .1 pa-
tient at thi -pital Horn
ntly disci
Miss Mary E. Parrish, superii I
the VI tospital, left
ttend the National Hospital
ntion a) Milwaukee and will
. II thi World fair at Chicago.

Major Kaufman Mandel It a pa-
at the Victoria! hospital.
has been for tin- past sev-
1 I .1 V

Y. M. H. A. will hold a dance
to which the public is invited this
coming Sunday evening, Sept. 10.
nt which time in addition 10 tin-
dancing, a number of novelty
.::: hi- presented, ah members
n L'(H>d standing will be admitted
.ree ol

The Senior Hadassah sewing clr-
:< will have an all-day meeting
Thursday, Sept. 14. at the
Ol Mrs. J. Hartz. 1319 N. W.
to sew garments for Pales-
tinian children. All interested are
ci to attend.
The diamondball team of the Y.
M. H. A. was entered in the Golden
Ball Tournament and every effort
will be made to have the organiza-
tion in the forefront.

At the last meeting of the Y. M.
H A. plans for the Columbus Day
dance of the organization to be held
at the Miami Beach Golf and Coun-
try club on Oct. 12 were announced.
Full details will appear in an early
issue of the Jewish Flondian.
An appeal to all Jewish residents
of Greater Miami to donate equip-
ment for the purpose of carrying mi
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To Serve Humanity Better
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LUBRICATION
It is advisable to have your
iar greased and lubricated.
Wr all know this is the
best way to prevent trouble
on the road and to avoid
unnecessary repair bills.
Schmidt's Service
Station
Lubrication Exptrti
S. W. th St. at 21at A.
trui tion has been Issued
by the You:... Mi :.. Hebrew A
!.. in machines, gymnas-
n parti i
m di <; al thu time.
Mem Phi Beta Delta
University ol
Ida ai rtained
mok inda;
the home ol Alvln Rlchter, when
irtz ol St, Petersburg,
: tiic organization, was
the guesl ol honor. er with
nd Phil Bremen, eu -
Ol the fraternity.
an enjoyable tune was had
by the more than jo guests attend-
ing,
Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth David
congregation will return to Miami
today to resume his duties as rabbi
of the congregation.
Baron de Hlrsch Meyer and
Leonard Abe.v- returned to Miami
alter a visit to the World fair at
-) and other northern points.

Mrs. Joseph Schonfield. one of
Miami's pioneer residents, is at the
Victoiia hospital, where she under-
went an operation this week. She
Is resting nicely.

Mrs. Wm. Friedman, her son
Milton, and daughter, Rosalyn, n -
turned to Miami this week after
ii. nding several months in New
York city, Chicago and other points.
a
Ml S, J. Hciman is a patient at
the Victoria hospital where she un-
derwent an operation for appendi-
ng last week.
a a a
Jay Schwartz, president of Delta
chapter of Phi BeU. fraternity at i
the University of Florida, was a
visitor in Miami last week, arriv-
ing Sunday from his home in St j
Petersburg and remaining until last |
night. While here he was the guest i
of a number of the members of the
organization.
. .
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew- [
isli Welfare Bureau requests all per-
sons having discarded clothing \
winch they care to contribute for |
the relief of local needy families to !
bring them to the Rummage Store |
operated by the organization at 402 ;
N. W. 2nd ave.. on Mondays, Thurs-
days and Saturday ights.

The Miami Colonial hotel was the
scene Wednesday afternoon of the
benefit bridge sponsored by Senior
Hadassah under the direction of its
sewing circle with Mrs. Samuel
Katz. chairman. Twelve tables of
bridge were in play and prizes for
high score were won by Mrs. Lewis
Brown and Mrs. D. L. Siegel, Re-
ireshments were served.
The regular bi-weekly card party-
sponsored for the benefit of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox congregation will
be held at the vestry rooms of the
synagogue next Tuesday. Sept. 12,
with Mesdames Sam Futterfas and
Charles Feldman as the hostesses.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served. The public is invited to at-
tend.
a
Word of the marriage in New-
York city lasl Monday Ol Samuel
Traeger, the son "i Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Traeger of this city, to Miss
Rutl Palk In, the daughter oi
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Pal :ei In
liami and now ol N(
received here. The cou-
ple will visit Miami shortly on
trip and will
make their home m New York < II
-
Mr. Samuel Small, prominent Mi-
.......nd communal work-
er, arrived from New York city for
a brlel visit and returned for a
to New York last I'm clay.
Mr. John Wolf, now of Washing-
ton, U. C who was a visitor to Mi-
ami for the past several week n
turned to his home last Monday.
Mrs M. Kotkin ol coconut Orovi
left last Saturday for a visit with
relatives and friends In New York
city.
Mrs Max Silver left last week
lor a visit with relatives and friends
in Jacksonville, Fla.. her former
home. She will return the latter
part of this week.
a
New American theme son-: "Un-
der a Blanket of Blue Eagles.''
The play to be presented in No-
vember by Junior Hadassah will be
anounced shortly, together with the
names of the cast that will take
part in the play.

Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, exedutive
secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau left last week to spend ,
time in New York city, visiting rel-
atives and friends.
ARE WE ,
faith with those who trust u
wc living up to our obligatii I
( risk their future happine;
ignoring the problems that wi ,1
arise for them it. some ii.i\
did /// come home?
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and certain answer. [*here i i
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ccssary to protect the others I
the privation and expense i
by the last Junes', and death.
A few pennies each week i-
total cost.
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Vol. 6 No. 36.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1933.
N. R. A. And The
{Jewish Sabbath
Tlie greatest obstacle to the ob-
Iservance of the Sabbath on the part
lot the American Jews has always
I been economic pressure which
forced them to sacrifice the Sabbatli
I in order to earn a living. In an
[industrial scheme providing for the
Isix-day week in which Sunday was
llie universal day of rest, few Jews
|could be found who were ready to
endanger their livelihoods by Sab-
Ibath observance. For a great many
I years now Jews have been dream-
ing of a five-day week which would
relieve Sabbath-observing Jews of
an insuperable economic handicap.
It is no wonder then that Uie Jew-
lish Education Association hails the
National Industrial Recovery Act
with Joy because ii will make the
Ifive-day week a reality and thus
I restore the Jewish Sabbatli at a
greal spiritual lone among the
I Ji wi ii masses.
Sabbath observance itself is the
I'mosl important institution of the
[Jewish faith," but it lias a much
wider implication in that its ob-
Iservance oilers an unparalleled op-
portunity to revive the Jewish at-
mosphere in Jewish homes. Failure
i" keep the Sabbatli has deprived
I Jewish households of a spiritual
, of the utmost significance.
IThi N. R. a. will directly help to
bring back this necessary Jewish at-
wosphere and thus exert a mighty
I influence on Jewish life In Amer-
ica,
lions lie Chiefly with the leaders of
Jewry of today. If the synagogues
and other Jewish institutions of the
community conduct their activities
so that the Jewish young man and
woman may be attracted, educated
and steeped In then- environment.
then our leaders Ol today need have
no fear for the future. Let they, by
1 Kample, Inspire our youth to the
leadership they will expect. The
Orthodox Union.
Page Thrac
An Ancient
"Jewish" Custom
Not to be outdone by his distin-
guished colleagues In contemporary
English literature, (. k. chest en on
has just come forth with a denun-
ciation oi Hltlerism. But unlike
Shaw. Wells and Belloe, who struck
out vigorously agalnsl the Brown
menace, the veteran master ol par-
adox chose to trace the origin ol
Hltlerism to the Jew- and condemn
both Judaism and Protestantism
for the evils of Teutonism. In G.
K.'.n Weekly, his own periodical,
Chesterton writes that the "insane
idea of a Chosen Race, of a sacred
seed, that is. as the1 Kaiser said, the
salt Of the earth, of a people that
is God's favorite and is guided by
Him" came from the Jews, and that
the Hitlerites therefore owe their
theory of Nordic superiority to
them. "It is true." adds this strangl -
ly ardent Catholic, "that it all be-
gan with the power of the Jews:
which has now ended with the per-
secution of the Jews. People like
the Hitlerites never had any Ideas
of their own: they got this idea in-
directly through the Protestants.
that is primarily through the Prus-
sians; but they got it originally
from the Jews;." Examining this
statement in a Chcstertonian light,
we cannot but arrive at the conclu-
sion that G. K.'s attack upon Hit-
lerism is perhaps more deadly than
Belloc's or Shaw's, because it at-
tacks the Jew. What could be more
devastating to the Third Reich
than the charge that Hitler's grand
dream of a perfectly Aryan race
was llie lied from the most non-
Aryan of the non-Aryans, the
Jews. It is our fervent hope that
the Nazis will take Chesterton seri-
ously enough to realize that their
barbaric pursuit of Aryanlsm is an
ancient "Jewish" custom and out-
law it along With all other 'alien'
cultural influence. The Jewish
Standard.
Future Leaders of
\Jewry Who Will
I They Be?
A matter of vital concern to the
Ol Jewry of today i- "Who
will lx' the leaders of tomorrow?"
Will they come from truly Jewish
!' Will they have the back-
ground of a thorough Jewish ed-3-
[ cation? Will they possess a Jewish
ousness that will Instinctively
ii to the call oi the Ji wlh
People? will they be true, sincere
leaders, imbued with the spirit of
Torah, and actuated chiefly by
a desire to be of service to the Jew-
ish community.
The answers to all these ques-
American Business
Must Rally Behind
The Boycott of
Qerman Qoods
(Continued from page onei
*
tribute to the German cause through
the purchase or a single article.
die, which has had its source In that
whether a spool of cotton or a nee-
land ol chaos No honest, peace-
hum- human being wi-he.- to par-
ticipate even in an Indirect way In
a suicidal movement. No American
imbued with the spirit ol liberty
and lair-play which has character-
ized this nation from its inception.
j will wish to be an accessory to a
program which has for its shibbo-
leth fire, hate, murder, cowardice
and destruction.
it is a challenge to the people of
the United States whether they will
accept the opportunly Of cream',
for themselves a meic-haiidi.se world
which is as near self-sutlicient as
possible.
This is not an isolationist cry. but
I the American business facing an
emergency today must and can find
within its own borders the resources.
the people and the opportunity for
tilling wants heretofore secured
from foreign markets. Already there
is a tendency to satisfy many of
these American needs from our own
businesses, it would seem to me
thai with a sweep of nationalism
across the land, the firsl nations to
be excluded from the benefits ol
our business interc! ange would be
'hose who threaten the peace ol
the future oi a cilized world.
Prom the figures i cited, it is
evident that German business \g
slipping rapidly (which is quite the
contrary In other countries). The
Nazi government must put people
back to work. So far, no one even
with a microscope has been able to
discern any program organized to
do this except through the eviction
of a number ol defenseless people
which is only a minor incident In
a mammoth problem, ii the Ger-
man people e a n be convinced
through its descending business fig-
ures that her salvation is In pan
tied up with the goodwill of other
nations, that lair play is an inter-
national code, the effects cannot
help but be immediate and power-
ful.
What kind of boycott should this
be? i propose that first a commit-
tee with an aggressive group ol as-
sistants be put to work at once to
determine those companies m each
community who are buying and
selling German goods. Those .should
be divided into Gentile and Jewish
firms and in this connection may I
-ax that right here in New York
city there are many Jewish firms
who are guilty of what amounts to
collusion with the enemy while
many dispassionate, and to a larger
de ree less interested. Gentile firms
have jumped into the breach and
as a matter of good business and
humane consideration, eliminated
the purchase and sale of German
goods. Those names must be rap-
idly organized, the companies ap-
proached, and if no cooperation can
be secured, announced in the press,
through circularization and broad-
cast Ing. This, however, is i Itself
valueless unless the public is
aroused to participate in the boy-
cott.
A special propaganda committee
should set to work immediately to
crestalize public opinion, certainly
among the Jewsbut I think indis-
pensably among the Gentiles who
have shown a healthy and coopera-
tive spirit in this entire situation.
The machinery of this propaganda
committee should include number;
of public meetings with effective
speakers; newspaper and publica-
tion publicity, direct mail solicita-
tion and radio talks by men whose
names are important enough to get
a valuable place on the programs.
Above all. there must be a fusion
of the ranks of the several organiza-
tions interested in this rescue work.
The men guilty of indulging in their
petty claims and differences must
swallow their pride or step out of
the movement. There is no room
for selfish obstructionists in a mo-
ment ol emergency. This is a time
for action. Now let us gel to work
Lots of friends are retained by
aying the bright things we
might have said.
A physician says that a woman
Is never really ill as long as she Is
able to complain.
When she says they are engaged
and he say- they are not it often
takes a jury to decide.
A woman confers upon herself a
doubtful honor when she reforms a
man by marrying him.
Glass eyes are now made with
such perfection that the wearer
hnnsc 11 cant see through the de-
ception.
THE
GU*OM
CHAi!
You smooth-faced modern gentle-
men.
Whom fashion's wiles enslave.
Who deem it proper etiquette
To have your morning shave,
I ask you did you ever brave
The taunt of parlor quip
To raise what once was hailed with
pride
A mu tache on your lip?
i felt the tester's call for sport
And raised a hairy sprout;
tl set the tongues to bantering
As soon as it came out.
I strutted forth With nonchalance.
And laced their comic wit.
Until the wife decided that
She's had enough of it.
The pepomato, a crosi between the
pepper and tomato, has been bred
at Ashland (Mass.). We shall have
to look for this in the fall dramatic-
criticism.
As no more is heard concerning
the destruction of New York by
WOOd-devouring ants, it seems a
.stringent ordinance agaianst them
must have passed.
Norman Thomas is enchanted by
the president's fine showing. Not
only lias he fulfilled most of his
campaign pledges, but some of Mr.
Thomas'.
A good bluff is often more effec-
tive than a bad act.
To close my eyes ... in hope, and
fear
That, opening them again, my vi-
sion might not know
Its glorious destiny thy face
again so near.
All time did cease the centu-
ries row on row.
Halted for us, as endlessly they
streamed.
And I, enthralled by that one hour's
sweet bliss.
Did banish grief. Dear God ... I
never dreamed
That earth might know such love-
liness as this!
Sleep is a matter ol habit, ac-
cording to Nicholas Tesla. the in-
ventor, and a baby in our neigh-
borhood Is trying nobly to keep his
father from forming it.
In extenuation of our delay in
recognizing Russia, we recall that it
took Russia 33 years to recognize us
after the Declaration of Independ-
ence, and we didn't wear whiskers.
cither.
Her lips, her hair, her eyes, her
teeth.
Her skill, her figure, all enhance
Her charm but still he leaves me
cold;
Her sex appeal has not a chance
Because she will no: learn to keep
Her white shoes <>ll my blue serge
pants!
We are afraid of this reforesta-
tion idea. Think of the poison ivy
pensions future generations may
have to pay.
News that longer dresses are
again fashionable should please
the average married man. He has
always wanted his wife to wear her
dresses longermonths longer.
Settling one's debts is a paying
business.
The old jokes arc best, we are re-
mided, by a note in the Jackson
'Mo.) Cash Book that the local
police force has been measured ror
a new uniform.
One way to live without work Is
to prey without ceasing.
The closer you gel to some people
the more distant they are.
Tlie oflener a man fails the more
he Is addicted to the advice-giving
habit.
Most men are as anxious to get
rich as most women are to be beau-
tiful.
Don't think that the man who Is
on the run wins the most of life's
races.
It hurts a person less to be lied
about than it does to lie about oth-
ers.
A man often feels the loss oi his
first wife more after acquiring a
second.
If it Is true that cleanliness is
next to godliness, why does it take
so much advertising to sell soap?
"Hey. you can't turn around in
the middle of the block!"
"Oh, I think I can. officer, just
give me time."
Tommy; Say, papa, what Is
meant by beastly weather?
Papa: When it's raining cats and
dogs
He: I would give lots to make'
you happy.
She: Vacant or improved?
A medical columnist, asked con-
cerning car sickness, answers that
the "most effective cure is ot to
ride in an automobile. If you must
ride, keep your eyes closed."
The second cure mentioned Is
even more effective than the first,
I should sayparticularly if you are
not only riding but driving, and
driving in traffic or in the vicinity
of ditches. This cure is quite likely
to prove permanent.
Some girls are like brown sugar-
sweet but unrefined.
A wildcat was dangerously wound-
ed when it entered a Las Angeles
night club. A night club is no place
for a wildcat or a minister's son.
A professional weight-guessei
says John D. Rockefeller tips the
scales at 130 in a topcoat. We un-
derstood he carried that impost in
dimes.
It develops that the National
Rifle Association is another using
the Initials NRA, but we aren't
sure that the resemblance stops
there.
John W. Davis worries over what
everyone will do with the new leis-
ure afforded by the NRA. but some,
perhaps, will employ it usefully agl-
lor shorter hours.
i "Free lunch may be barred un-
der New Deal."News [item).
Barman. Barman, spare that lunch!
We make the plea in verse:
For nothing you can do to it
Can make things any worse.
Barman. Barman, spare that lunch1
lake nothing from it now!
It's nothing but potato chips
And pretzels anyhow.


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THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN
Friday, September 8. 1933
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! KaMa Sajttagng SitUrttn J
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
j. Synagog of Americ
* Sunday Mornings
i Announcements!
1 i
CBNTBAL VEREIN ZEITl'NG
BARKED UNTIL SEPT. 2.
VC'IOD, Miami, Florida *
Vol. II. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1933. No. 19. %
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"Howe-made Criminals."
Scripture Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter XXI. Verses 10-23, inclusive.
THE FOREGOING verses were part of the weekly portion of the Torah
read in the synagogues yesterday. These verses contain four dis-
tlnct pa and each paragraph deals with a different subject.
Yet. because of their juxtaposition, we know them to be related. The
Word of God in the Torah was not recorded in a haphazard order. What.
rn from these four paragraphs?
The : with the beautiful female captive of war
which the Uraeliti take! unl 1 himsell a The practice ;- dis-
couraged by the law which demands that the woman put on mourning
clothes, not allow her nails to grow long, shave her head, and other
make herself unattractive for a month. If after that time the Israelite
still her for a wife, he may have her. but. wisdom teaches that he
will tire of her. ..".... it shall be. if thou have no delight in her .
The Torah foresees the consequences.
The second group of verses discusses the case of a man with two ;
wives.pi imj belli able In those days.one wife beloved
the other hated. The first-born son. if he be the child of the despl
wife, must not be cheated of his birthright, in favor oi a younger son. a
child of the favorite wife.
The third paragraph deals with the laws pertaining to the stubborn
and rebellious son, whi 1st t> pul to death. And the fourth and la
group of verses .:. this hapter begins as follows ..."... And if a man
have committed a sin worthy of death, and he be to be put, to death.
and tffou hang him on a tree: ...... the Torah orders that he be
buried before nightfall.
I make no pretentious claims lor the Torah, but. I do find a great
lesson in sociologj at well as one in criminology in these verses of the
twenty-first chapter of Deuteronomy.
The les.- tear that if a man take a woman for a wife out of
passion Instead of love: II he marry a woman whose physical appear-
ance attracts him and arouses his desires, without his giving thought to
her station in life and her fitness, he will ultimately despise her. If he
have children by his wife, children born of passion and not of love, his
attitude towards these children will be a reflection of his hatred for
their mother. He will show favoritism and rouse jealousy between his
children. The next step follows as a matter of course.there will be a
stubborn and rebellious son. a child who obeys neither his father nor
mother, a son who will respect his parents not at all. This child, on the
testimony of his father and mother, will be ordered to be stoned, after
a trial by the judges.
But. you ask. why should a stubborn and rebellious and disobedient
boy be put to death? He is only a child and has committed no crime
meriting the extreme penalty. The Torah looks ahead and sees him
mowing into a highwayman and a murderer. ...".,. and if a man
have committed a sin worthy of death. ."
You have heard the parents of incorrigible children say: "I can"t
understand it. My wife and I >or. my husband and I> have tried to
him a good education and a nice upbringing, but. the child insists
in being bad." You have heard similar excuses offered by fathers and
mothers who were humiliated by reports of their children's conduct.
Always, the blame Is shifted ;o outride influences. environment, bad
companions, the loose standards of the community. Seldom do these
parents seek the cause within the home and its influences. Never are
they honest enough to accept the full responsibility. In mast cases, the
individual parent lacks the understanding of his or her share of the
guilt. Being unconscious of guilt they reiuse the blame.
I expect to be censured for my expression "home-made criminals."
But. I maintain that the stubborn and rebellious, the disobedient and
incorrigible child is a product of the home, Out.-ide influences take root
in a soil made fertile within the home, either through pre-natal influ-
ences or implanted a- the child -row- up. A child is meant to be a prod-
uct of love and not of passion; a child should be born into a home where
he is wanted and not as the result of an "accident." A child, born oi
love, should come into the world to live in a home where harmony pre-
vails, where father and mother love and respect one another, and where
no discordant note is present. Even before the young one is old enough
to judge for bin feelings his parents have for each other, the
happy or miserable atmc p that pervades the home influences him.
Tiii- hateful and spiteful \h< ...a a parent entertains towards his
mate penetrate the child tive body and injure it. The disdainful
:. :ild and distort thi mind and body. I- II any wonder thai
in be judu'd they are lound to be un-
' Will a naturally and be fragrant 111 a stil
a"d pi illy poisonous atmosphere? Why expeel It oi thi human
flower, a frail and -': ..id?
Judaism teaches as that the secret oi life is love. Lovi
L(;u i'"'1 beauty. Love beKets love and harmony. Nothing obnoxi-
ous can come from love. All that is objectionable and repulsive grows in
the .-oil oi hati
The Torah teaches a code of liie. Toda; pture readme, warns
us that a mismated couple, a marriage based on passion, a home where
hatred eign thi 1 pring thai are stubborn and re-
bellious. II these children are permitted to grow into manhood and
womanhood without ufficient corrective measures, then, we need not be
surprised at the prevalence of crime. I do not refer to the crimes com-
mitted in a moment of rage or weakness. I have in mind, as Scripture
points out, the habitual criminal;not the person who goes berserk,
temporarily insane, but the menace to society whose very actions, re-
peatedly detrimental to the community, give evidence of a deep- ated
evil inclination.
*. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox!
ill Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
The usual services begin at 6:30
p. m. when Cantor Schlachman will
officiate. Saturday morning serv-
ices begin at 8:30 a. m. Mincha
services Saturday afternoon are
conducted at 5 p. m.
Berlin, The Central Verein
Zeltung, organ of the Central As-
sociation of German Citizens of
Jewish Faith, has been suspended
by the secret police until Sept. 2.
in "the interest of public security
and order."
AUSTRIAN GOVERNMENT
WIPES OUT NAZI PRESS.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform I
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
The main auditorium of Temple
Israel will be open thus Friday
night for regular services at 8:15.
Dr. Kaplan will speak on the sub-
ject "Why American Jewish Con-
gregations Are Sick." The Jews of
: are especially invited to hear
pening lecture. The public is
always welcome.
Vienna. "Anti-Semite House."
the publishing headquarters of the
Nazi pr< in Austria, now has a
lock on its doors as a result of the
action of the Dolfu.ss government in
rescinding Its printing license. This
step a- taken in order to suppress
Nazi papers which when sup-
pressed by government order quick-
ly reappeared in camouflaged form.
By depriving "Anti-Semite House.'
of itsprinting concession the gov-
ernment at one fell swoop swiped
out the entire Nazi press.
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BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conftervatire)
139 N. W. Third Avenni
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Friday evening services begin at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed
by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily ser-
vices begin at 8 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodoi)
1543 S. W. Third Street
The uusual Friday evening serv-
ices begin at 6:30. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 9 a. m. Next
Friday evening the late Friday
night services will be resumed with
a prominent rabbi as the guest
speaker.
Warsaw. Determined to pn venl
at all costs the anti-Jewish dis-
turbances which usually break out
i with the openinu of the schools
I and universities for the fall term
the Polish government has announ-
ced it will demand strenuous pun-
ishment for three Polish student-
arrested for distributing anti-Jew-
ish literature. The leaders, part of
a new boycott drive against Jewish
bookstores, Bay young Poland is
rmined to clear the country oi
parasites. Buying from
Ji wi Is a betrayal of the national
interests.'
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Just when we thought President
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he goes and gets photographed in
Indian headgear!
August winner, mixed metaphor
sweepstakes 'from the esteemed
Saturday Evening Post': "The main
spring of the whirligig, whose hand
is on the throttle."
Some married men wouldn't ob-
ject to playing second violin if the
orchestra to which they belong
gave only private performances
The responsibilities of parenthood are many.and. they begin under
the marriage-canopy. Nay. they begin even further back. Thej
with the selection of a husband or wife. Has society a right to regu-
late marriages? Has the state a right to grant divorces? It cretainly
has. if it is to protect itself against habitual criminals.most of whom
are "home-made."
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Friday, September 8. 1933.
THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN
SOCIETY
Wl ik by week the Roosevelt Mar-
ket on the ground floor of the
n evelt hotel at N. E. Second ave.
and 14th St., is becoming more and
more popular with the housewife
and buying public. This week a
fresh poultry and meat market will
be opened. With the opening of
these markets, and the establish-
ment of a fish market next week,
and the splendid number of fresh
fruits, vegetables and home-raised
products now available at the mar-
ket, a trip results in savings and
the purchase of delicacies that are
a delight to the connoisseur of food.
special prices have been arranged
for different openings.

The seating committee of the Mi-
aml Jewish Orthodox congregation
ill be at the synagogue every night
Friday night of next week
ii !) and 11 p. m. and Sunday
Mini 10 to 12 noon. Canto]
in Wioobi'l will chant the
ami Maariv services and Mr.
.lacobskind will chant the
ii la services during the Rosho
no and Yom Kippur services,
\. Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., will
be the "Baal Koraya" and "Baal
. \a." a complete ventilating
i has been installed and every
ement for the comfort of the
lippera has been provided. A
rm Machzor will be used to
simplify the service for the worship-

Cantor Louts Hayman will chant
lie Musof services during the High
Holidays at Beth Jacob. Miami
Beach, with Rabbi David I. Rosen-
Mi conducting the services and
preaching the sermons, which will
!)' both in the Yiddish and English
languages.

Cantor Louis Haymanwil 1 chant
he lervlces at Beth David congre-
ation with Rabbi Max Shapiro
'inducting the services and preach-
i: the sermons which will be both
u the English and Yiddish langu-
i

The attention of our readers la
directed to a sermon that will be
preached tonight at Temple Israel
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States at the present time.
Meetings of the girls' division of
the Young Men's Hebrew A
tion are held every Tuesday night
at the elubrooms. The business
meeting is followed by a social hour
and dancing and other entertain-
ment is enjoyed.

Slichoth services will be conduct-
ed on Saturday, Sept. 16. beginning
at midnight at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation and the
Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment made by officers of the con-
gregations. Cantor Boris Schlaeh-
man will recite the Slichos prayers
at the Beach synagogue and Cantor
Nathan Wroobel will chant the
services at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation.
NOTE.
Because of the storm last Sun-
day and Monday and the inter-
rtipted train services, we regret
that at the lime of going lo press
c had not yet received (ho reg-
ular weekly correspondence from
West Palm Beach, Tampa. Or-
lando, and St. Petersburg. They
will appear in nevt week's issue.
An Interesting
Visit
A tiresome trip on the railroad
but more than recompensed by the
wealth of information and insight
obtained, was a trip to Tampa last
.Sunday.
A stranger to Tampa we arrived
ally Sunday morning and regil -
tercel at the beautiful Tampa Ter-
race hotel. A telephone call soon
brought Rabbi Adolph Burger.
juiet and unassuming but sincere
and indefatigable in his zeal for
the advancement of Judaism. And
then began the trip to places of
Jewish interest.
A short motor trip and we ar-
rived at a three-story cottage in
which was located Tampa's Young
Men's Hebrew Association. One
nild not help but notice the hum
jf activity which marked the mod-
st home of the organization. A
PLAYLXt at THE
7TH AVE. THEATRE
blessed Events.
life of the Y. M. II. A.; yet this cli-
rector was a non-Jew who was
working lor an ideal and without
recompense, This ideal was the
atlon on tiie part of the young
and women and those of older
that Tampa and its surround-
territory needed a central In-
stitution thai would afford a com-
mon meeting around lor Jews whose
'.aid become more Jewish be-
cause ol this association.
And under this leadership of an
idealist, a nun-Jew. the young men
and women were organizing a dra-
matic club; the older and younger
folks were holding well attended
and enjoyable meetings regularly
every week: diamondball teams, bas-
ket ball and baseball teams were
meeting non-Jewish teams and ex-
hibiting a sportsmanship and ath-
letic ability second to none.
A trip about the city and an in-
spection of the pretty though small
Reform Jewish Temple under the
leadership of the young Rabbi Zie-
lonka. Then came a trip to the
Jewish butchers, and Jewish mer-
chant.-'.
A visit to the Rodeph Sholom
synagogue, of which Rabbi Burger
is the spiritual leader, was well
worth the entire trip. Beautifully
constructed, stained glass window.
representing different objects in
Jewish ceremonial life, a splendid
moment's wait and we were pre-
sented to Dr. R. B. Short, director auditorium; one could not help but
of the institution. A brief history wonder why Miami did not have a.
jf the organization's rise to heights pretty an edifice. But what grati-
durmg boom time, its sudden defla- fed us more was the inspection of
tion and the inactivity and .slug-
gishness of the organization until
recent times was known to us. The
surpri.se of the event, however, was
.he revelation that though the di-
rector was responsible for the clos-
ing of the elubrooms on Friday
nights and holidays; though his de-
termination resulted in having no
games or contests of any kind play-
ed on Friday nights or any Jewish
holidays; though because of him
there was an infusion of Jewishness
both in action and in theory in the
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the Talmud Torah. The black-
board showed that the children who
attended the Talmud Torah daily
were given an insight into Jewish
, life which made them understand
its beauties and significance. A
translation of the prayer book, a
Study of Jewish history, Chumosh.
and Hebrew was the daily task. But
more than that, was the insistence
that attendance at the Talmud To-
rah was not complete unless and un-
til attendance at Saturday morning
and holiday services were coupled
with it. It was a union of theory
with practice, and the practice of a
kind that would inevitably lead to
a better understanding and the
bringing up of a generation of Jews
who would be proud of their own
people.
A short trip around the city and
then a meeting with a Zionist en-
thusiast. A native of Palestine, this
young man. now a pharmacist cf
standing in his adopted city, had re-
cently visited the Holy Land where
his family and relatives were. The
longing of the Jewish people for a
return to the land of their fore-
fathers was easily understood when
one watched the enthusiasm with
Which he told of Palestltne, its prod-
ucts, its struggles. "You should have
been with me in Tel Aviv on a Sun-
day night. A city of every modern
convenience, but with people to
whom no sacrifice was too great to
build the land of their own." "How
I wish Icould go back there perma-
nently.'' And the fervor of descrip-
tion with which he pictured the
Chalutzim and Chalutzoth" work-
ing and toiling in the roads of the
Holy Land. One could easily visu-
alize himself alongside of him in his
travels.
A visit to a very estimable gentle-
man who was a native of Palestine
but who had made his home here
for many years. His wife, a native
of New York, but eager to teach
the youngsters the native Hebrew
of their father. One of the original
"Chovevei Zion" this gentleman's
people had toiled and suffered. A
man of learning and understanding,
in this land of America willing to
do his share, hut the unmistakable
u a resignation to forget his
innermost yearnings to return, evi-
dent in ins every movement.
'A'" saw many, many thing
the beauties and Industries ol
Tampa, but none so impressivi
I lie lew inSightfi into Jewish life 11'
America, in the making. A weari-
some journey, yes but well worth
while.
HOLLAND BARS ALL
UNFORMED NAZI8 FROM
CROSSING FRONTIER.
Amsterdam. All G e r m a n s
wearing brown shirts or other Nazi
uniforms and emblems have been
barred from crossing the Dutch
frontier as a result of a number of
serious clashes growing out of uni-
formed Nazis attending Dutch gath-
erings.
With good-conduct allowances,
and a promise to do better, the
Chicago lady just sentenced to 199
years for a little inadvertence with
firearms may be out and around
i fore the snow flies.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
: of the Radio Synagogue,
will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock
morning on "Choose Wise-
ly." In addition rnion
.' re Will be prayers, hymns, scrip-
ture reading and a question box.
Her lips, her hair, her eyes, her
teeth.
Her akin, her figure, all enhance
Her (harm but still she leaves me
cold;
Her sex appeal ha. not a chance
Because she will not learn to keep
Her white shoes off my blue sergi
pants!
We are afraid of this reforest
tion idea. Think of the poison ivy
pensions future generations may-
have to pay.
News that longer dresses are
again fashionable should please
the average married man. He has
always wanted his wife to wear her
dresses longermonths longer.
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THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN
Friday, September 8. 1933.
Jews Want
To Live
About Suicides in
Jewish History
(Continued from Page One)
tami nt.
' EU :
I
: bitlon
I

to die i"'-' his convictions.
I) .:
' die i:-
. by his
enemi' recorded in II M
XIV 46. But
.:. Instan
who with, almost a
tiildren
took refu I Ma-

When I* <:. 1 hat
ed his
followers to kill themselves rather
than fall into the hands of an tin-
who would
k tin- wo-
men. ..:
ery. H I tated that 960 pi
killed themselves up 1
n Wil:. thi fall of 1
. hold 73 a. D.. th
ot Judea by thi I com-
plete.
During the Mid
were lew ca-( amon
individuals committing suicide.
Dice were, however, sporadic out-
ii< Ide when perse-
cution reai Ideous inb
1 xample, a buI Idi
epidemic ol large extent 111 I
in 1095. when many Jew.s killed
ipe tor-
over MX) died b.....:: own
in Vork ... 119
the Blai k Di ath. In 1348 ti I
ji ws

many
: :.
...:. '.: 5, who
Europe burned
.:. ed I I. a :!.an is

Sabbs
The advice Is also given: "Run
. way, :: you can.' Liki ni
may dl
: m any o\ ei
It. O:.
sion In secret 1 a -<, but
not ii i iblii rhls poinl
i, 11 in ard t di Maimon-
aid down in
the M pted thi
verbatim.
We will cl 1 : dis ission of
J
di which date from thi
nt .; latei Dr, Prii d
d them In his Inti 1
r
Bnjoy ^ out*
Ili^h Holiday Services
w nil THE
iami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation
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ROSH HASHONO
Beginning Evening of September 20th.
YOM KIPPUR
Beginning Evening of September 29th.
With
Cantor Nathan Wroobel and a Prominent Rabbi Direct-
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TICKETS ONLY $2.00 AND $3.00.
Get your tickets at the Synagogue every evening from ft I'. M..
or Sunday mornings, or from any member of the (ommitler.
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orders enable your relatives in
Soviet RoMia to purchase all
sorts of domestic or Imported ar-
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There are Torgsin stores
in over 1.000 localities.
Torgsin orders may be sent
to anyone, in any quantity.
To cil avi no TORC.MN
: mail 11111
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compilation v as a sec-
Suicide
and a Wicki
Though dating from 'he very be-
ng of modern times, these
eseni day pra -
tice ot orthodox Ji and so w
luote them In full
"1. There is none more
ho has committed sui-
t Idi. .1 surely your
blood of your lives will I require
1 11 ;. IX. 5'. Also for thi
ial was tin- wo:
.i-i u. 1 1 destroys oi
d the
I
til nor mourn
.::\ who had <:
. :. mid a funeral oration be pro-
inced lalf. He should.
howevi ''tl 111
nd buried, and wil
. of Kaddi.-h the
...... should be
:. .
j When ii'.'' who had been kill-
. 1
... uld !) re-
garded as tin- deed of another per-
il and hd: a.s hi- -v. n <:< ed.
"3. If a child commuted suicide.
it is ered tiiat lie had don-
thi deed inwittlngly. I
..:. adull !;:.:(! himsell and it is
.:(: :.' thai Bi I Was prompted
by 111;. Ini
rible tortun hould be treated
: ordinary deceased pi rson."
rigidity 01 -he law and its
observance by pious Jews
: ery 1
..n this race. Even well
down into -in' 10th century rela-
tively lew Ji their own
in spite oi extreme provo-
1 ontinuou! per-
1. the Ji Ish will to live
broken. In anothi r Si
::..- bi- -. we have analyzed
ather inadequati ires which
comparative rates for n 11 nl
among communications of
:.:: ti nl : ligious faiths. These
prove that generally speaking sui-
ites among Jews have been
lower than those ol the peoples*
among whom they lived. As Fish-
polnts on', in Eastern Europi
and the Orlenl where Jews follow
.he religion vently, suicide i.s very inn: In somi
uties in Russia. Galicia and Rou-
mania. more than 10 year- often
i)..-.- without a single Jew takli
own life. In Cracow. Lembi 1
Budapest, the rate among tin- Ji
was lower than among tin- other
religious groups. In Western Eu-
rope, howevi r, in n cent timi
; picture i..i i)11 n <;.::' n 1.',. In (ii 1
many during the 111 century. 5Ul-
ates among the Jews increased
.I, n than in other denomination
In Bavaria there was a 200 pi
Increase in 55 years, and in Prus-
sia a ninefold Increase between
1849 and iflL'3. in late years the
rate ha been 1
han among Pn ti
four '.ini' 11- i:i ..
tied
Ism, the emphasis on individuality,
tuthor-
:.'i traditi ;.i (a -
lly life have
ited to thi
. :. rmath
: widespread economic di
I
Chapter X sul
become .1
reminding one of the
frightful epidemics of the Middle
Agi -. Disillusion, hopelessness and
bankruptcy are still the lot of the
1 Central Europe and
quently suicide has continued to
major problem. It is, let
pe, only a temporary phase
winch will pass when economic and
conditions become stabilized,
Ignificant that America, where
1 aster, been rel-
atively little suicide among the
Jews. In New York city, lor exam-
ple, the rate in 1028 was lower in
roup than for the population
,. whole. Only under extreme
:. and difficulty, when lit'1
become- almost unbearable to a
: ... d Ii '.v kill
himself, 1 j.i .' therefon rea-
son t" bellevi thai when readjust-
ments have taki n plai e, th" tradl-
: the race towards
ration wiil once more re-
II and that suicide will
d as it has through-
out all past .- -ni act which the
pious Jew looks upon with
horror.
wati 1'
U nic
frequently use a
DON'T ever go to bed win.
make-up onremove every Is
of it before retiring.
DON'T do a single thing
you ^''t up in the morning 1
you have 1 Ic 1 <1 your pores with an
astringent or .-kin tonic,
DON'T e\ r -pie.id youi
low the line of your mouth.
DON'T wear your hall
1 u have a full
faci leave the c m r pai I
girl with a long, thin face
DON'T us- a powder pul:
Isn't scrupulously clean.
DON'T u u strong
your skin ii it i.- inclined to i,
DON'T expose your face 1
mi n; have a pn
foundation cream on.
DON'T use a perfume Jusl !
;.ou like II unless you are m
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Page fwo THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. September 8. 1933. In announcing the opening of the American School ol Atyislc. Alex Drucker. formerly of New York and Columbus. Ohio, .said that it will be the policy of the institution to provide instruction at very reasonable fees. Mr. Drucker is a graduate ol the Conservatory of Music at Petrograd, Russia, and during his stay in this country was a soloist with Frank Simons Symphony Orchestra at Middkton. Ohio, and with Ernest Rappe orchestra in New York. rhe school will also pi vid music for dai %  >' very i bl prl at the 7th A\ I n pleti • %  : %  : : : %  ho prini bout i rled nl .:..:. .: baby ed with a i teer who threatens to take hi winds up m an exciting and pli bout this episode. It i rtainm i • • Thenext meeting o'. the Ladies' ol the Miami Jewish Or. Congri gation will be held in Sept, 26, at the vestry rooms of the synagogue. Important business will b .ted. ii An HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN *>o Luncheorj 50^ AO* 50< Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Day in and day out — without any effort it will GROW and we help it to grow because — We Pay 5o Interest The Morris Plan Company Of Miami VINCENT R. BRICK. Manager, 105 V K. First Ave., MIAMI, FI.A. Blister Keaton and Jimmy Durante stole a march on congress. While the nation's legislators were battling over the beer question, the two comedians completely settled the problem in their comedy "What. No Beer?'' which is to be seen at the Tivoli theatre Sunday and Monday. This Metro-GoldwynMayer comedy covers the whole agitation for beer, from the last election to the fight in congres legalization. But while the politicians their wordy battles. Keaton rite pitched in and took over a ry 11: winch tiny madi In the C0U1 .... I: I : rival I ontrol of their he VI %  ere shi .: .. .1 patient at thi -pital Horn ntly disci Miss Mary E. Parrish, superii I the VI tospital, left ttend the National Hospital ntion a) Milwaukee and will II thi World fair at Chicago. • Major Kaufman Mandel It a paat the Victoria! hospital. has been for tinpast sev1 I .1 V • • • Y. M. H. A. will hold a dance to which the public is invited this coming Sunday evening, Sept. 10. nt which time in addition 10 tindancing, a number of novelty .•::: hipresented, AH members n L'(H>d standing will be admitted .ree ol • • • The Senior Hadassah sewing clr:<• will have an all-day meeting Thursday, Sept. 14. at the Ol Mrs. J. Hartz. 1319 N. W. to sew garments for Palestinian children. All interested are ci to attend. The diamondball team of the Y. M. H. A. was entered in the Golden Ball Tournament and every effort will be made to have the organization in the forefront. • • • At the last meeting of the Y. M. H A. plans for the Columbus Day dance of the organization to be held at the Miami Beach Golf and Country club on Oct. 12 were announced. Full details will appear in an early issue of the Jewish Flondian. An appeal to all Jewish residents of Greater Miami to donate equipment for the purpose of carrying mi AT Til! T1VOLI THEATRE King Funeral Home To Serve Humanity Better Operated by FRANK G. McGHAVS WIDOW 2* N. W. Jrd AT*. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 SIDKBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2*24 N. W. 7th Ave. MOO W. Flwler St. 73J N. W. 31th St. PHONE Z-S8I2 TEXACO Certified LUBRICATION It is advisable to have your iar greased and lubricated. Wr all know this is the best way to prevent trouble on the road and to avoid unnecessary repair bills. SCHMIDT'S SERVICE STATION Lubrication Exptrti S. W. th St. at 21at A. trui tion has been Issued by the You:... Mi :.. Hebrew A !. % % %  in machines, gymnasn parti i • m %  di < %  ; al thu time. Mem Phi Beta Delta %  University ol Ida ai rtained mok inda; the home ol Alvln Rlchter, when irtz ol St, Petersburg, %  : tiic organization, was the guesl ol honor. er with nd Phil Bremen, EU Ol the fraternity. an enjoyable tune was had by the more than JO guests attending, Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth David congregation will return to Miami today to resume his duties as rabbi of the congregation. Baron de Hlrsch Meyer and Leonard Abe.vreturned to Miami alter a visit to the World fair at -) and other northern points. • • • Mrs. Joseph Schonfield. one of Miami's pioneer residents, is at the Victoiia hospital, where she underwent an operation this week. She Is resting nicely. • • • Mrs. Wm. Friedman, her son Milton, and daughter, Rosalyn, n turned to Miami this week after ii. nding several months in New York city, Chicago and other points. • • a Ml S, J. Hciman is a patient at the Victoria hospital where she underwent an operation for appending last week. a a a Jay Schwartz, president of Delta chapter of Phi BeU. fraternity at i the University of Florida, was a visitor in Miami last week, arriving Sunday from his home in St j Petersburg and remaining until last | night. While here he was the guest i of a number of the members of the organization. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew[ isli Welfare Bureau requests all persons having discarded clothing \ winch they care to contribute for | the relief of local needy families to bring them to the Rummage Store | operated by the organization at 402 ; N. W. 2nd ave.. on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturday ights. • • • The Miami Colonial hotel was the scene Wednesday afternoon of the benefit bridge sponsored by Senior Hadassah under the direction of its sewing circle with Mrs. Samuel Katz. chairman. Twelve tables of bridge were in play and prizes for high score were won by Mrs. Lewis Brown and Mrs. D. L. Siegel, Reireshments were served. The regular bi-weekly card partysponsored for the benefit of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held at the vestry rooms of the synagogue next Tuesday. Sept. 12, with Mesdames Sam Futterfas and Charles Feldman as the hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. a • • Word of the marriage in NewYork city lasl Monday Ol Samuel Traeger, the son "i Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Traeger of this city, to Miss Rutl Palk In, the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Pal :ei % %  In liami and now ol N( received here. The couple will visit Miami shortly on trip and will make their home m New York < II Mr. Samuel Small, prominent Mi.nd communal worker, arrived from New York city for a brlel visit and returned for a to New York last I'm clay. Mr. John Wolf, now of Washington, U. C who was a visitor to Miami for the past several week n turned to his home last Monday. Mrs M. Kotkin ol coconut Orovi left last Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends In New York city. Mrs Max Silver left last week lor a visit with relatives and friends in Jacksonville, Fla.. her former home. She will return the latter part of this week. • • a New American theme son-: "Under a Blanket of Blue Eagles.'' The play to be presented in November by Junior Hadassah will be anounced shortly, together with the names of the cast that will take part in the play. • • • Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, exedutive secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau left last week to spend time in New York city, visiting relatives and friends. ARE WE faith with those who trust u wc living up to our obligatii I ( risk their future happine; ignoring the problems that wi ,1 arise for them it. some ii.i\ did //••/ come home? I ifc insurance offers the and certain answer. 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<#*Jewish iloiridliai m 6, No. 35. I. OR I DA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H. 1933. Price Five Cent! Jews Want Fund Campaign Jewish News Jewish Woman To Live to Begin Monday About the WorlJ Dks m Accidcnt About Suicides in Jewish History BV LOUIS I. DUBLIN. As a result of a telegraphic appeal received here from national headquarters of the Anti-Defamation League a meeting of prominent citizens and communal workers was held here last week. After a thorough discussion a committee conlOUl the loin; history of sisting Ol Messrs. Abe Aronovitz Ish people, until very recent.Stanley ct. Myers and Nat Williams : %  •-. suicide has been extremely was appointed to inaugurate a camrare. This is surprising in view ol palgn locally to raise the sum ol lardships and persecutions rive hundred dollars. This will be have followed the race ever forwarded to the national headquarDENMARK MAY OITI.AW NAZI PARTIES. the dispersion and the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem In 70 A. D. The laets do. howlend conviction to the statemen' ol William James that "sufferings and hardships do not. as a rule, abate the love of life; they in. on the contrary, usually to a keener /est. The sovereign ol melancholy is repletion. truggle are what excite n plre us; our hour of triumph is what brings the void. Not the Jews %  •: the captivity, but tho.se of days ot .Solomons glory are treni whom the pessimistic Itterances in our Bible come." Our ay observations point the same way. suicide is not particularly prevalent among people win. have 'i ino-t. A.S we have already there are many people commit tini; -uicide per million inhabitants in England than in Ireland. It is not the poor and halt starved siax peasant, but the well-fed Teuton who is much more likely to take laown hie. Prosperity often brings Uicide m its train. The poor begholds on to life while the mili lion;.ue whose lortune has collapsed troys himself. The Jews who been driven from pillar to past i lor centuries have been little given : -destruction. The explanation of this interesting phenomenon is found in the attitude oi the religious Jew towards ind in the philosophic outlook %  •: Judaism, suicide id it is unthinkable because throughoul the old Testament runs 'he theme ,,! the saciedness of life. Human life Is regarded as so holy %  Jew may transgress every reconunandmenl to save his life with the exception of three murder, the denial of God, ncesi or other forms of prohibited sex relationships. The sin tl, one ol the most abhorred %  Bible, as described in 'he ty-eighth chapter ol Oenesls, thai he destroyed ins seed, an displeasing to God that 'lie li v. him. With this en %  1 n Hie value ol life it is not strange ''is .lews have alwav I OH d suicide a deadly sin. Thi Ir %  %  attitude is expressed in Job %  h i n Ins vile wished him to -ive up the struggle against adverse fortune and bade him "curst I I and die.' answered m the true spirit ol ubmission: "Thou speakesl as I the foolish women .speaketh. I Shall we receive good at the "and Ol (iod and shall we not. veil?" And naturally the tem' nl whose faith is strong enough, when beset with trials and tribulations, to maintain that "the lord gave, and the Lord hath taken blessed be the name of the Lord" i.s not one inclined towards Uicide. It is not surprising then, then we can find only four instances 1 I suicide described in the Old 'Continued on page three) ters of Bnal Brith Anti-Defamation League tor the purpose ol combatting the anti-Semitic propagandl and Hltleristic literature which ha. recently been disseminated in the United States. Committees of local Jewish woCHARGE NAZI8 SEEK Copenhagen. The Danish government is now giving .serious conIderation to a proposal to completely outlaw the German and Danish Nazis whose activities have shown no let-up since they were prohibited from wearing political uniforms, The Nazi agitation has n > %  particularly strong In South Jutland where there is a good deal ol entlment in favor of reuniting with Germany. Under great pressure and threats many Germans In me in South Jutland have he, n forced to join the German Nazis. men will begin a systematic canvass of the City and each Jew will be asked to contribute the sum ot OIKdollar. Actual solicitation will begin next Monday morning, Jewish Frat Leads U. of Fla. Ranking first among all I Greek letter fraternities at the UniVersity ot Florida loithe second semester of the 1932 and 1933 year, 1 he pledges ot Phi Beta Delta, one Of the Jewish fraternities at the university, attained high scholastic Standing, according to an official announcement by the authorities ol the university. The results for the entire year toi both members and pledgees showed that the fraternity ranked second among all the fraternities, Jay Schwartz of St. Petersburg, i.s president; Alvin Cassell of Miami, is vice president, and a number of Miami boys are members oi the fraternity. TO Win; OUT CATHOLIC CHURCH IN GERMANY. New York. In an article m the Catholic World, by Albert Brandt, a German, the Hitler government is •d with having aided and abetted the violation of the Concordat with the Vat Kan. and individual I Official! aie quoted as insisting that the success ot the Nazi party depends upon the disintegration of the Catholic church in Ge lar In local musical circles. A.s we many. •,, p ress ,„, funeral arrangements NEW BOYCOTT AGITATION f" ^ att 1,i,m U ar AGAINST RHINELAND JEWS. *"* '" '"""^ fl '' n Ut f t0 n As a result of injuries sustained in an auto accident last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Pauline Stanger 01 Miami, was fatally injured and died last Wedneday morning at the Orange County hospital in Orlando. Mi--. Stanger, who was en route to \i.sit friends in Orlando, was a nger in the car of Charles Rosengarten, prominent Miami merchant, which was driven by Dan Rosengarten. While north of Eau Gallie, the car became unmanageable, skidded and overturned. A fractured arm and ribs were sustained by Dan Rosengarten; severe bruises and contusions were sustained by Charles Rosengarten, and minor Injuries by the two children of Mrs. stanger. They were rushed to the hospital at Orlando where Mrs. Stanger dud Wednesday mornni Dan Rosengarten is a patient at the Orlando hospital now. Mrs. Stanger was the daughter ot Leo j. wemtraub. one ot Miami's pioneer merchants, and ., of Jack Welntraub, She leaves surviving her a husband. Benj. Z.. and two children. Mrs. stanger was a talented miiMcian and very ROpuMust Rally Behind American Business The Boycott of Qerman Qoods By I. A. HIRSCHMANN. %  1 he followin from the address 01 the Publicity director of Lord and Taylor delivered at the meeting ol the Nat Executive Commits can Jewish Congress, August 20, 1933. Editor.) Meet in Miami Y.M. hL.A. to is unthinkaHold Gym Classes In carrying out its policy ol developing the youth of Miami Jewry the Young Men's Hebrew Association (formerly the H. A. C), has established a physical training class Berlin. Aroused to a frenzy by C.f. p f_ miin(! \/f nx r the forthcoming rally ol the Na^IdlC UrOUpS JViay tlonal socialist party at Nuremberg, the Nazis in that neighborhood have spared no efforts to keep the anti-Semitic sentiments of the people at the boiling point. In the neighboring towns of Bergersdorff and Langensenn the populace has been warned by notices posted m the town halls not to patronize Jewish ..hops under the penalty ot being photographed and blacklisted Such 'offenders" will also be pilloried by being marched through the streets with signs declaring them "traitors to the national cause." A similar warning has been posted In the Ob town hall. At a conference or rabbis and laymen held in Tampa last week an invitation to hold the conference oi Conservative and Orthodox Rabbis and laymen of the state of Florida in the city ol Miami was extended. The convention is scheduled to be held in Orlando, Fla., on October 9, during the SUCCOS Holidays and will concern Itself with a symposium on Jewish affairs and problems oi the day particularly in relation with problems affecting the Jewry of Florida. Rabbi Adolph Burger of the Root the organization. A handball deph Sholom Congregation of Tamwhich under the leadership 01 Milt court is being built, and temhs pa is chairman of the arrangements Traeger, well known exponent Ol courts, amoim other improvements, committee and Rabbi A. S. Kleinthe subject, will meet twice weekly are being installed, showers in the feld of St. Petersburg is the lemon Monday and Thursday evenings, main building have been completed porary secretary. Definite details Physical correction. calisthenics, and are now ready lor use. Those will be announced in an earl' and general body building Will be interested are invited to attend the of the Jewish Floridian by the argiven free ol charge to all members I opening da •> rangements commitl *-— I I + I Is There Need of a Jewish Press Though so much has been Written on this subject in recent times, it is net amiss at this time on the approach "I Rash Hashono to again repeat a lew -alien! facts. Though the daily press in most Instances and particularly in Miami has been more than fair to the Jewish people, nevertheless, because el' the lack of space it has been unable to print news of particular Jewish interest. Particularly is thi, true of the activities of local Jewish organisations when so much space is asked in order to help along in their respective fields of endeavor. And again, in the dissemination nf Jewish traditional lore. Jewish news of what i-, going on throughoul the world, it is the Jewish press which must serve the purpose.. That the Jewish weekly press printed in the English language lias nobly responded to every call made upon it throughout the country Is indisputably true. And even iii Florida, it has been the proud accomplishment of the JEWISH FLORIDIAN that it prints more Jewish news than any other publication. The Jewish weekly cannot exist simply by printing news, though that is part of its duty. It must look for support to its Jewish subscribers. Through its subscribers it must .all upon all merchants of the territory to use its advertising columns. They must insist that those whom they purchase from should show their appreciation by advertising in the columns of The Jewish Floridian. This is true of Jewish as will as non-Je*ish merchants. Again we direct your attention to the fact that Rosh Hashono is fast approaching. The traditional exchange of greetings and well wishes should be seen in our columns by your friends. The cost is nominal. If you want to have your news, your organization's news, to be published, help reciprocate in a concrete manner. The Trade Conjuncture Re 1 Institute reports from Berlin thai the total turnover of Oeman • 1 tradc> the first li\.monthof 1933 decreased 10.8 per cent compared With the same months of the ; ous year. The. retail turnover 11. textiles and clothing durini period dropped 10.3 per cent. The turnover of German department stores in the five months decn Hi.7 per ecu' The drop In the textile and clothing departments c f In:; stores amounted to 15.7 per cent. The German department stores during June. 19:. had a decn ase 11 L'L' 2 per cent, in May ot the same year the decrease was HIT per cent, in April 17 7 per cent ...a concrete indication of the downward movement, of business in Germany. New it :not my intention to bore you with statistics, but from every tact concerning Germany's market conditions which I have : able '11 gather, both from observation and investigation, it is evident that a boycott of German goods must inevitably have its gpeCific effect in contributing to the further business depression in Germany and the smashing ol the ruthless Nazi steamroller. In my opinion, the mechanics of such a boycott should be immediately organized and put into action — not as any means ol reprisal against a frenzied government, but as a natural corollary of any American business plan program which i.s designed to stimulate the creation and distribution of American goods exclusively on one hand, and which concretely expresses its opposition to any national program which is pri datory, destructive eit humanrights and a world menace in lei ins of its combustible' military threat. Anyone who has touched German soil or European soil in the la months finds it difficult to n : from emotional excitement on tltibjecl ot maddened Germany, Your most chKiaeni pleaderwill to put into words heTe today or els, \, In 1 e. the some plight and tin 1 inevitable destruction facing the thousands ol en victims. i'> he time has come, I belli ve to be very practical, to roll up "in li 1 '. es and [O to work with an 01 .1 plan, winch will di .-irate concretely the national and concerted opposition to or restriction on the purchase 1 or sale Ol '":niaii merchandise. No one can guarantee the efficaciousness of such a boycott movement. I don't say that it will bring Hitler and his cohorts down to their knees, or that business will suffer to a point where they will be forced into an employment situation that will be calamitous. But It is unthinkable that any rightthinking Jew or Gentile will con1 Continued on page sixi



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IFriday, September 8. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY b> the IE WISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. I>. (). Box 297.1 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICES! 115-16 Sr.uritv llldit. Phone 2-49S KDITOKIAL OFFICES: I'il S. W. Kit Aitnuc Phone 2-II83 j. LOUIS BHOOHET, Editor EDWARD CARLINi Advertising Mnnaufr INI.M K. BHOCHBTi Circulation Manniccr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative i cl&lM matter July 4, %  1 the Poet Office al Miami, Florida, miler the Act of March -l. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative ail Months Out \>nr SI IIS( HII-TION $1.00 $2.00 Vol. 6 — No. 36. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1933. N. R. A. And The {Jewish Sabbath Tlie greatest obstacle to the obIservance of the Sabbath on the part lot the American Jews has always I been economic pressure which forced them to sacrifice the Sabbatli I in order to earn a living. In an [industrial scheme providing for the Isix-day week in which Sunday was llie universal day of rest, few Jews |could be found who were ready to endanger their livelihoods by SabIbath observance. For a great many I years now Jews have been dreaming of a five-day week which would relieve Sabbath-observing Jews of an insuperable economic handicap. It is no wonder then that Uie Jewlish Education Association hails the National Industrial Recovery Act with Joy because ii will make the Ifive-day week a reality and thus I restore the Jewish Sabbatli at a greal spiritual lone among the I Ji wi ii masses. Sabbath observance itself is the I'mosl important institution of the [Jewish faith," but it lias a much wider implication in that its obIservance oilers an unparalleled opportunity to revive the Jewish atmosphere in Jewish homes. Failure i" keep the Sabbatli has deprived I Jewish households of a spiritual of the utmost significance. IThi N. R. A. will directly help to bring back this necessary Jewish atwosphere and thus exert a mighty I influence on Jewish life In America, lions lie Chiefly with the leaders of Jewry of today. If the synagogues and other Jewish institutions of the community conduct their activities so that the Jewish young man and woman may be attracted, educated and steeped In thenenvironment. then our leaders Ol today need have no fear for the future. Let they, by 1 Kample, Inspire our youth to the leadership they will expect. — The Orthodox Union. Page Thrac An Ancient "Jewish" Custom Not to be outdone by his distinguished colleagues In contemporary English literature, (•. K. chest en on has just come forth with a denunciation oi Hltlerism. But unlike Shaw. Wells and Belloe, who struck out vigorously agalnsl the Brown menace, the veteran master ol paradox chose to trace the origin ol Hltlerism to the Jewand condemn both Judaism and Protestantism for the evils of Teutonism. In G. K.'.N Weekly, his own periodical, Chesterton writes that the "insane idea of a Chosen Race, of a sacred seed, that is. as the 1 Kaiser said, the salt Of the earth, of a people that is God's favorite and is guided by Him" came from the Jews, and that the Hitlerites therefore owe their theory of Nordic superiority to them. "It is true." adds this strangl ly ardent Catholic, "that it all began with the power of the Jews: which has now ended with the persecution of the Jews. People like the Hitlerites never had any Ideas of their own: they got this idea indirectly through the Protestants. that is primarily through the Prussians; but they got it originally from the Jews;." Examining this statement in a Chcstertonian light, we cannot but arrive at the conclusion that G. K.'s attack upon Hitlerism is perhaps more deadly than Belloc's or Shaw's, because it attacks the Jew. What could be more devastating to the Third Reich than the charge that Hitler's grand dream of a perfectly Aryan race was llie lied from the most nonAryan of the non-Aryans, the Jews. It is our fervent hope that the Nazis will take Chesterton seriously enough to realize that their barbaric pursuit of Aryanlsm is an ancient "Jewish" custom and outlaw it along With all other 'alien' cultural influence. — The Jewish Standard. Future Leaders of \Jewry Who Will I They Be? A matter of vital concern to the Ol Jewry of today i"Who will lx' the leaders of tomorrow?" Will they come from truly Jewish Will they have the background of a thorough Jewish ed-3[ cation? Will they possess a Jewish ousness that will Instinctively ii to the call oi the Ji wlh People? will they be true, sincere leaders, imbued with the spirit of Torah, and actuated chiefly by a desire to be of service to the Jewish community. The answers to all these quesAmerican Business Must Rally Behind The Boycott of Qerman Qoods (Continued from page onei • • tribute to the German cause through the purchase or a single article. die, which has had its source In that whether a spool of cotton or a neeland ol chaos No honest, peacehumhuman being wi-he.to participate even in an Indirect way In a suicidal movement. No American imbued with the spirit ol liberty and lair-play which has characterized this nation from its inception. j will wish to be an accessory to a program which has for its shibboleth fire, hate, murder, cowardice and destruction. it is a challenge to the people of the United States whether they will accept the opportunly Of cream', for themselves a meic-haiidi.se world which is as near self-sutlicient as possible. This is not an isolationist cry. but I the American business facing an emergency today must and can find within its own borders the resources. the people and the opportunity for tilling wants heretofore secured from foreign markets. Already there is a tendency to satisfy many of these American needs from our own businesses, it would seem to me thai with a sweep of nationalism across the land, the firsl nations to be excluded from the benefits ol our business interc! ange would be 'hose who threaten the peace ol the future oi a cilized world. Prom the figures i cited, it is evident that German business \g slipping rapidly (which is quite the contrary In other countries). The Nazi government must put people back to work. So far, no one even with a microscope has been able to discern any program organized to do this except through the eviction of a number ol defenseless people which is only a minor incident In a mammoth problem, ii the German people e a n be convinced through its descending business figures that her salvation is In pan tied up with the goodwill of other nations, that lair play is an international code, the effects cannot help but be immediate and powerful. What kind of boycott should this be? i propose that first a committee with an aggressive group ol assistants be put to work at once to determine those companies m each community who are buying and selling German goods. Those .should be divided into Gentile and Jewish firms and in this connection may I -ax that right here in New York city there are many Jewish firms who are guilty of what amounts to collusion with the enemy — while many dispassionate, and to a larger de ree less interested. Gentile firms have jumped into the breach and as a matter of good business and humane consideration, eliminated the purchase and sale of German goods. Those names must be rapidly organized, the companies approached, and if no cooperation can be secured, announced in the press, through circularization and broadcast Ing. This, however, is i Itself valueless unless the public is aroused to participate in the boycott. A special propaganda committee should set to work immediately to crest alize public opinion, certainly among the Jews—but I think indispensably among the Gentiles who have shown a healthy and cooperative spirit in this entire situation. The machinery of this propaganda committee should include number; of public meetings with effective speakers; newspaper and publication publicity, direct mail solicitation and radio talks by men whose names are important enough to get a valuable place on the programs. Above all. there must be a fusion of the ranks of the several organizations interested in this rescue work. The men guilty of indulging in their petty claims and differences must swallow their pride or step out of the movement. There is no room for selfish obstructionists in a moment ol emergency. This is a time for action. Now let us gel to work Lots of friends are retained by aying the bright things we might have said. A physician says that a woman Is never really ill as long as she Is able to complain. When she says they are engaged and he saythey are not it often takes a jury to decide. A woman confers upon herself a doubtful honor when she reforms a man by marrying him. Glass eyes are now made with such perfection that the wearer hnnsc 11 cant see through the deception. THE GU*OM CHAi! You smooth-faced modern gentlemen. Whom fashion's wiles enslave. Who deem it proper etiquette To have your morning shave, I ask you did you ever brave The taunt of parlor quip To raise what once was hailed with pride— A mu tache on your lip? i felt the tester's call for sport And raised a hairy sprout; tl set the tongues to bantering As soon as it came out. I strutted forth With nonchalance. And laced their comic wit. Until the wife decided that She's had enough of it. The pepomato, a crosi between the pepper and tomato, has been bred at Ashland (Mass.). We shall have to look for this in the fall dramaticcriticism. As no more is heard concerning the destruction of New York by WOOd-devouring ants, it seems a .stringent ordinance agaianst them must have passed. Norman Thomas is enchanted by the president's fine showing. Not only lias he fulfilled most of his campaign pledges, but some of Mr. Thomas'. A good bluff is often more effective than a bad act. To close my eyes ... in hope, and fear That, opening them again, my vision might not know Its glorious destiny thy face again so near. All time did cease the centuries row on row. Halted for us, as endlessly they streamed. And I, enthralled by that one hour's sweet bliss. Did banish grief. Dear God ... I never dreamed That earth might know such loveliness as this! Sleep is a matter ol habit, according to Nicholas Tesla. the inventor, and a baby in our neighborhood Is trying nobly to keep his father from forming it. In extenuation of our delay in recognizing Russia, we recall that it took Russia 33 years to recognize us after the Declaration of Independence, and we didn't wear whiskers. cither. Her lips, her hair, her eyes, her teeth. Her skill, her figure, all enhance Her charm but still he leaves me cold; Her sex appeal has not a chance Because she will no: learn to keep Her white shoes <>ll my blue serge pants! We are afraid of this reforestation idea. Think of the poison ivy pensions future generations may have to pay. News that longer dresses are again fashionable should please the average married man. He has always wanted his wife to wear her dresses longer—months longer. Settling one's debts is a paying business. The old jokes arc best, we are remided, by a note in the Jackson 'Mo.) Cash Book that the local police force has been measured ror a new uniform. One way to live without work Is to prey without ceasing. The closer you gel to some people the more distant they are. Tlie oflener a man fails the more he Is addicted to the advice-giving habit. Most men are as anxious to get rich as most women are to be beautiful. Don't think that the man who Is on the run wins the most of life's races. It hurts a person less to be lied about than it does to lie about others. A man often feels the loss oi his first wife more after acquiring a second. If it Is true that cleanliness is next to godliness, why does it take so much advertising to sell soap? "Hey. you can't turn around in the middle of the block!" "Oh, I think I can. officer, just give me time." Tommy; Say, papa, what Is meant by beastly weather? Papa: When it's raining cats and dogs He: I would give lots to make' you happy. She: Vacant or improved? A medical columnist, asked concerning car sickness, answers that the "most effective cure is ot to ride in an automobile. If you must ride, keep your eyes closed." The second cure mentioned Is even more effective than the first, I should say—particularly if you are not only riding but driving, and driving in traffic or in the vicinity of ditches. This cure is quite likely to prove permanent. Some girls are like brown sugarsweet but unrefined. A wildcat was dangerously wounded when it entered a Las Angeles night club. A night club is no place for a wildcat or a minister's son. A professional weight-guessei says John D. Rockefeller tips the scales at 130 in a topcoat. We understood he carried that impost in dimes. It develops that the National Rifle Association is another using the Initials NRA, but we aren't sure that the resemblance stops there. John W. Davis worries over what everyone will do with the new leisure afforded by the NRA. but some, perhaps, will employ it usefully agllor shorter hours. i "Free lunch may be barred under New Deal."—News [item). Barman. Barman, spare that lunch! We make the plea in verse: For nothing you can do to it Can make things any worse. Barman. Barman, spare that lunch 1 lake nothing from it now! It's nothing but potato chips And pretzels anyhow.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN Friday, September 8. 1933. Jews Want To Live About Suicides in Jewish History (Continued from Page One) tami nt. EU • : I : bitlon I %  to die i"'-' his convictions. I) .: %  %  die i:. by his enemi' %  recorded in II M XIV 46. But .:. Instan who with, almost a tiildren took refu I Ma%  When I* %  <:•. 1 hat ed his followers to kill themselves rather than fall into the hands of an tinwho would k tinwomen. ..: ery. H I tated that 960 pi killed themselves up 1 n Wil:. thi fall of 1 hold 73 A. D.. th ot Judea by thi I complete. During the Mid were lew ca-( amon individuals committing suicide. Dice were, however, sporadic outii< Ide when persecution reai Ideous inb 1 xample, a BUI Idi epidemic ol large extent 111 I in 1095. when many Jew.s killed ipe torover MX) died b :: %  own in Vork ... 119 the Blai k Di ath. In 1348 ti I ji ws %  many : :. ...:. '.: 5, who Europe burned .: %  ed I I. a :!.an is %  Sabbs The advice Is also given: "Run way, :: you can.' Liki ni may dl : m any o\ ei It. O:. sion In secret 1 a %  -< but not ii i iblii rhls poinl i, 11 in ard t di Maimonaid down in the M pted thi verbatim. We will cl 1 : %  • dis ission of J %  di which date from thi %  • nt .;• latei Dr, Prii d d them In his Inti 1 r Bnjoy ^ out* Ili^h Holiday Services w nil THE iami Jewish Orthodox Congregation 1545 S. W. Third Street ROSH HASHONO Beginning Evening of September 20th. YOM KIPPUR Beginning Evening of September 29th. With Cantor Nathan Wroobel and a Prominent Rabbi Directing. TICKETS ONLY $2.00 AND $3.00. Get your tickets at the Synagogue every evening from ft I'. M.. or Sunday mornings, or from any member of the (ommitler. TORGSIN i" SOVIET RUSSIA orders enable your relatives in Soviet RoMia to purchase all sorts of domestic or Imported articles at low prices. %  i %  \ ruth amated Hank V V. \m-lHrutr:i i ranporl 1 arp. \ m, rli an Exprtu 1 ... \n* ri. -1 l.m. Ilia. M.i Mil %  nirir. I r u-t ( ,,. Puhlu s n I Hank 8 I rul c ... It. 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He should. howevi ''tl 111 nd buried, and wil %  of Kaddi.-h the should be :. j When ii'.'' who had been kill. 1 ... uld !)• regarded as tindeed of another peril and HD: a.s hi-v. n <:< ed. "3. If a child commuted suicide. it is ered tiiat lie had donthi deed inwittlngly. I ..:. adull !;:.:•(! himsell and it is •.:(:• :.' thai Bi I Was prompted by 111;. Ini rible tortun hould be treated : ordinary deceased pi rson." • rigidity 01 -he law and its observance by pious Jews : ery 1 % %  ..n this race. Even well down into -in' 10th century relatively lew Ji their own in spite oi extreme provo• 1 ontinuou! per1. the Ji Ish will to live broken. In anothi r Si :•:..bi-•. we have analyzed ather inadequati ires which comparative rates for n 11 nl among communications of :.: : %  TI nl : % %  ligious faiths. These prove that generally speaking suiites among Jews have been lower than those ol the peoples* among whom they lived. As Fishpolnts on', in Eastern Europi and the Orlenl where Jews follow •.he religion <•! their father fervently, suicide i.s very inn: In somi uties in Russia. Galicia and Roumania. more than 10 yearoften i)..-.without a single Jew takli own life. In Cracow. Lembi 1 Budapest, the rate among tinJi was lower than among tinother religious groups. In Western Europe, howevi r, in n cent timi ; picture i..i i) 1 1 n <;.::' n 1.',. In (ii 1 many during the 111 century. 5Ul%  ates among the Jews increased .I, n than in other denomination In Bavaria there was a 200 pi Increase in 55 years, and in Prussia a ninefold Increase between 1849 and iflL'3. in late years the rate ha been 1 • han among Pn ti %  four '.ini' 11i:i .. tied Ism, the emphasis on individuality, tuthor:.'i traditi ;.i (a lly life have ited to thi :. %  %  rmath : widespread economic di I Chapter X sul become .1 reminding one of the frightful epidemics of the Middle Agi -. Disillusion, hopelessness and bankruptcy are still the lot of the 1 Central Europe and quently suicide has continued to major problem. It is, let pe, only a temporary phase winch will pass when economic and conditions become stabilized, Ignificant that America, where 1 aster, been relatively little suicide among the Jews. In New York city, lor example, the rate in 1028 was lower in roup than for the population ,. %  whole. Only under extreme :. and difficulty, when lit' 1 becomealmost unbearable to a • : ... d Ii '.v kill himself, 1 J.I .' therefon reason t" bellevi thai when readjustments have taki n plai e, th" tradl%  : the race towards ration wiil once more reII and that suicide will d as it has throughout all past % %  .-• -ni act which the pious Jew looks upon with horror. wati 1' U nic frequently use a DON'T ever go to bed win. make-up on—remove every Is of it before retiring. 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—^^H Be Friday, September 8. 1933. THE JEWISH FLOR I Dl AN SOCIETY Wl ik by week the Roosevelt Market on the ground floor of the n evelt hotel at N. E. Second ave. and 14th St., is becoming more and more popular with the housewife and buying public. This week a fresh poultry and meat market will be opened. With the opening of these markets, and the establishment of a fish market next week, and the splendid number of fresh fruits, vegetables and home-raised products now available at the market, a trip results in savings and the purchase of delicacies that are a delight to the connoisseur of food. special prices have been arranged for different openings. • • The seating committee of the Miaml Jewish Orthodox congregation ill be at the synagogue every night Friday night of next week • ii !) and 11 p. m. and Sunday Mini 10 to 12 noon. Canto] in Wioobi'l will chant the ami Maariv services and Mr. .lacobskind will chant the ii la services during the Rosho no and Yom Kippur services, %  \. Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., will be the "Baal Koraya" and "Baal \a." A complete ventilating i has been installed and every ement for the comfort of the lippera has been provided. A rm Machzor will be used to simplify the service for the worship• • • Cantor Louts Hayman will chant lie Musof services during the High Holidays at Beth Jacob. Miami Beach, with Rabbi David I. RosenMi conducting the services and preaching the sermons, which will !)•' both in the Yiddish and English languages. • • Cantor Louis Haymanwil 1 chant he lervlces at Beth David congreation with Rabbi Max Shapiro 'inducting the services and preachi: the sermons which will be both u the English and Yiddish langui • • • The attention of our readers la directed to a sermon that will be preached tonight at Temple Israel I)J Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on the subject of "Why American Jewish Congregations Are Sick." It is a problem that is confronting American Jewry throughout the United IVOLI Show* :I5 a „d 0:00 P. M. Sunday. :>0r till 6:30 Sunday-Monday, September 10-11 j "What! No Beer?" |ust,r Keaton Jimmy l)urantc | + IIOMK SERVICE Laundrv ,..„. H0Y H TURNER.'Prop. HII 8. W. Ml, SI. Phone 2-5634 SPECIAL August 14 to 31st:Special J per cent discount of every + bundle of 75 cents or more. + \ 20 i-age Five States at the present time. Meetings of the girls' division of the Young Men's Hebrew A tion are held every Tuesday night at the elubrooms. The business meeting is followed by a social hour and dancing and other entertainment is enjoyed. • • • Slichoth services will be conducted on Saturday, Sept. 16. beginning at midnight at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and the Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach, according to an announcement made by officers of the congregations. Cantor Boris Schlaehman will recite the Slichos prayers at the Beach synagogue and Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant the services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. NOTE. Because of the storm last Sunday and Monday and the interrtipted train services, we regret that at the lime of going lo press c had not yet received (ho regular weekly correspondence from West Palm Beach, Tampa. Orlando, and St. Petersburg. They will appear in nevt week's issue. An Interesting Visit A tiresome trip on the railroad but more than recompensed by the wealth of information and insight obtained, was a trip to Tampa last .Sunday. A stranger to Tampa we arrived %  ally Sunday morning and regil tercel at the beautiful Tampa Terrace hotel. A telephone call soon brought Rabbi Adolph Burger. juiet and unassuming but sincere and indefatigable in his zeal for the advancement of Judaism. And then began the trip to places of Jewish interest. A short motor trip and we arrived at a three-story cottage in which was located Tampa's Young Men's Hebrew Association. One nild not help but notice the hum jf activity which marked the modst home of the organization. A PLAYLXt AT THE 7TH AVE. THEATRE BLESSED EVENTS. life of the Y. M. II. A.; yet this clirector was a non-Jew who was working lor an ideal and without recompense, This ideal was the atlon on tiie part of the young and women and those of older that Tampa and its surroundterritory needed a central Institution thai would afford a common meeting around lor Jews whose '.aid become more Jewish because ol this association. And under this leadership of an idealist, a nun-Jew. the young men and women were organizing a dramatic club; the older and younger folks were holding well attended and enjoyable meetings regularly every week: diamondball teams, basket ball and baseball teams were meeting non-Jewish teams and exhibiting a sportsmanship and athletic ability second to none. A trip about the city and an inspection of the pretty though small Reform Jewish Temple under the leadership of the young Rabbi Zielonka. Then came a trip to the Jewish butchers, and Jewish merchant.-'. A visit to the Rodeph Sholom synagogue, of which Rabbi Burger is the spiritual leader, was well worth the entire trip. Beautifully constructed, stained glass window. representing different objects in Jewish ceremonial life, a splendid moment's wait and we were presented to Dr. R. B. Short, director auditorium; one could not help but of the institution. A brief history wonder why Miami did not have a. jf the organization's rise to heights pretty an edifice. But what gratidurmg boom time, its sudden deflafed us more was the inspection of tion and the inactivity and .sluggishness of the organization until recent times was known to us. The surpri.se of the event, however, was .he revelation that though the director was responsible for the closing of the elubrooms on Friday nights and holidays; though his determination resulted in having no games or contests of any kind played on Friday nights or any Jewish holidays; though because of him there was an infusion of Jewishness both in action and in theory in the Bl'Y AT GROSSMAN'S Choice Fruits and Vegetables Stand No. 1. Roosevelt Curb Market N. E. 2nd Ave. and Mth St. "CORNER STAND" For the Finest in Quality at Economical Prices VISIT THE Roosevelt Market N. E. 2ND AVE. AT 14TH ST. FRUITS, VEGETABLES. POULTRY. EGGS, MEATS "A Trial Will Convince You." the Talmud Torah. The blackboard showed that the children who attended the Talmud Torah daily were given an insight into Jewish life which made them understand its beauties and significance. A translation of the prayer book, a Study of Jewish history, Chumosh. and Hebrew was the daily task. But more than that, was the insistence that attendance at the Talmud Torah was not complete unless and until attendance at Saturday morning and holiday services were coupled with it. It was a union of theory with practice, and the practice of a kind that would inevitably lead to a better understanding and the bringing up of a generation of Jews who would be proud of their own people. A short trip around the city and then a meeting with a Zionist enthusiast. A native of Palestine, this young man. now a pharmacist cf standing in his adopted city, had recently visited the Holy Land where his family and relatives were. The longing of the Jewish people for a return to the land of their forefathers was easily understood when one watched the enthusiasm with Which he told of Palestltne, its products, its struggles. "You should have been with me in Tel Aviv on a Sunday night. A city of every modern convenience, but with people to whom no sacrifice was too great to build the land of their own." "How I wish Icould go back there permanently.'' And the fervor of description with which he pictured the •Chalutzim and Chalutzoth" working and toiling in the roads of the Holy Land. One could easily visualize himself alongside of him in his travels. A visit to a very estimable gentleman who was a native of Palestine but who had made his home here for many years. His wife, a native of New York, but eager to teach the youngsters the native Hebrew of their father. One of the original "Chovevei Zion" this gentleman's people had toiled and suffered. A man of learning and understanding, in this land of America willing to do his share, hut the unmistakable u a resignation to forget his innermost yearnings to return, evident in ins every movement. 'A'" saw many, many thing the beauties and Industries ol Tampa, but none so impressivi I lie lew inSightfi into Jewish life 11' America, in the making. A wearisome journey, yes but well worth while. HOLLAND BARS ALL UNFORMED NAZI8 FROM CROSSING FRONTIER. Amsterdam. — All G e r m a n s wearing brown shirts or other Nazi uniforms and emblems have been barred from crossing the Dutch frontier as a result of a number of serious clashes growing out of uniformed Nazis attending Dutch gatherings. With good-conduct allowances, and a promise to do better, the Chicago lady just sentenced to 199 years for a little inadvertence with firearms may be out and around i fore the snow flies. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and :• of the Radio Synagogue, will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock %  morning on "Choose Wisely." In addition • rnion .' re Will be prayers, hymns, scripture reading and a question box. Her lips, her hair, her eyes, her teeth. Her akin, her figure, all enhance Her (harm but still she leaves me cold; Her sex appeal ha. not a chance Because she will not learn to keep Her white shoes off my blue sergi pants! We are afraid of this reforest tion idea. Think of the poison ivy pensions future generations mayhave to pay. News that longer dresses are again fashionable should please the average married man. He has always wanted his wife to wear her dresses longer—months longer. ^^ wuttl, :ii7//// / ^ SPEND % %  YOUR VACATION 1 THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA d ortjoui HEALTH! k„„ii\\\# Announcement! DR CHAS. BECKWITT OPTOMETRIST Has returned from the National Optometric Convention and will be in his office to give personal attention to his patients. 36 N. E. First Ave. COMPLETE Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators Geo. Patterson, Inc. 140.1 lliaraynr Hlvd. Phone 2-4854 In the Heart of Your Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY A Miami Institution FREE FUEL HOT WATER from SUNSHINE For nil the hut water you need in your home. see the new AllMetal "SOLAR" with ropper tubing. IGHT Longer life, greater efficiency. A Solar for every need. FREE KSTIMATES. Terms. Solar Water Heater COMPANY Phone 2-C49C Office and Firtory: .110-20 N. 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Page lour THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN Friday, September 8. 1933 .j..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. .>.;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. *.;..;..;. •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •> •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• &f •:• KaMa Sajttagng SitUrttn J Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI j. Synagog of Americ SUNDAY MORNINGS i Announcements! 1 i CBNTBAL VEREIN ZEITl'NG BARKED UNTIL SEPT. 2. VC'IOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA • Vol. II. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1933. No. 19. % •:• •:• •> •:• •;• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •> •:• •> •> •:• • • • • ••• ••• • ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• •••• &f • "Howe-made Criminals." Scripture Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter XXI. Verses 10-23, inclusive. T HE FOREGOING verses were part of the weekly portion of the Torah read in the synagogues yesterday. These verses contain four distlnct pa and each paragraph deals with a different subject. Yet. because of their juxtaposition, we know them to be related. The Word of God in the Torah was not recorded in a haphazard order. What. rn from these four paragraphs? The : with the beautiful female captive of war which the Uraeliti take! unl 1 himsell a The practice ;discouraged by the law which demands that the woman put on mourning clothes, not allow her nails to grow long, shave her head, and other make herself unattractive for a month. If after that time the Israelite still her for a wife, he may have her. but. wisdom teaches that he will tire of her. ..".... it shall be. if thou have no delight in her The Torah foresees the consequences. The second group of verses discusses the case of a man with two ; wives.—pi imj belli able In those days.—one wife beloved the other hated. The first-born son. if he be the child of the despl wife, must not be cheated of his birthright, in favor oi a younger son. a child of the favorite wife. The third paragraph deals with the laws pertaining to the stubborn and rebellious son, whi 1st t> pul to death. And the fourth and la group of verses .:. this hapter begins as follows ..."... And if a man have committed a sin worthy of death, and he be to be put, to death. and tffou hang him on a tree: ...... the Torah orders that he be buried before nightfall. I make no pretentious claims lor the Torah, but. I do find a great lesson in sociologj at well as one in criminology in these verses of the twenty-first chapter of Deuteronomy. The les.tear that if a man take a woman for a wife out of passion Instead of love: II he marry a woman whose physical appearance attracts him and arouses his desires, without his giving thought to her station in life and her fitness, he will ultimately despise her. If he have children by his wife, children born of passion and not of love, his attitude towards these children will be a reflection of his hatred for their mother. He will show favoritism and rouse jealousy between his children. The next step follows as a matter of course.—there will be a stubborn and rebellious son. a child who obeys neither his father nor mother, a son who will respect his parents not at all. This child, on the testimony of his father and mother, will be ordered to be stoned, after a trial by the judges. But. you ask. why should a stubborn and rebellious and disobedient boy be put to death? He is only a child and has committed no crime meriting the extreme penalty. The Torah looks ahead and sees him mowing into a highwayman and a murderer. ...".,. and if a man have committed a sin worthy of death. ." You have heard the parents of incorrigible children say: "I can"t understand it. My wife and I >or. my husband and I> have tried to him a good education and a nice upbringing, but. the child insists in being bad." You have heard similar excuses offered by fathers and mothers who were humiliated by reports of their children's conduct. Always, the blame Is shifted ;o outride influences. — environment, bad companions, the loose standards of the community. Seldom do these parents seek the cause within the home and its influences. Never are they honest enough to accept the full responsibility. In mast cases, the individual parent lacks the understanding of his or her share of the guilt. Being unconscious of guilt they reiuse the blame. I expect to be censured for my expression "home-made criminals." But. I maintain that the stubborn and rebellious, the disobedient and incorrigible child is a product of the home, Out.-ide influences take root in a soil made fertile within the home, either through pre-natal influences or implanted athe child -rowup. A child is meant to be a product of love and not of passion; a child should be born into a home where he is wanted and not as the result of an "accident." A child, born oi love, should come into the world to live in a home where harmony prevails, where father and mother love and respect one another, and where no discordant note is present. Even before the young one is old enough to judge for bin feelings his parents have for each other, the happy or miserable atmc p that pervades the home influences him. Tiiihateful and spiteful \h< ...a a parent entertains towards his mate penetrate the child tive body and injure it. The disdainful :. 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phonc 2 675 >£= ==5E= ^5^ .:. ... M BO IS TON Dry Cleaners We (all For and Deliver Carpets and Buu (leaned or Djed We llo PleatinaPlant and Main Office: J7 N. W. Sth Ave. Phone 2-6T1", The Finest and Freshest Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Everything Choice MRS. A. WALL Stall 22 ROOSEVELT CURB MARKKT N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th St. Delaney & Beers Kodak Finlahinir and EnforcingCommercial Work and Home Portrait! 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. 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