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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Vol. No. 37
1'LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1934
Price Five Cents
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Announcements
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C0NGRBGAT1UM BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
lh, usual Friday evening ierv-
n tonight at 6 o'clock. To-
morning services begin at
k. Kabbi Rosenbloom will
speak in Yiddish on "The Essence
0f Tshuvah." Yom Kippur serv-
ices begin at 5:45 p. m. Tuesday,
mber 18, with the Kol Nidrei
Following this service
the Rabbi will speak in English
on -The Cry of Religion." On
Wednesday morning services begin
at 7:30 o'clock and Yizkor will be
observed. Preceding the Yizkor
service the Rabbi will preach in
Yiddish on "Is Death the End?"
Before 'he closing or Neilah serv-
ice the Kabbi will speak briefly in
Yiddish on "Jonah and His Fol-
lowers." Cantor Boris Schlachman
will chant all services.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
117 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Memorial Meeting
Next Sunday
Plans for the memorial observ-
ance next Sunday aft. moon, Sep-
tember 16, at 2 o'clock in the Jew-
ish section of the Woodlawn Cem-
etery include opening and closing
prayers, brief addresses by the
Rabbis and chants by the cantors
of the synagogues in this area.
This will be the first time in the
history of the Greater Miami com-
munities that memorial observance
will be held between Rosh Ha-
shono and Yoni Kippur in accord-
ance with the traditional customs.
Rabbis Jacob II. Kaplan, Max Sha-
piro, David I. Kosenbloom, Julius
Washer and S. M. Machtei, togeth-
er with Cantors Boris Schlachman,
Louis Hayman and Alex S. Wiesel, I
will attend. In charge of arrange- :
merits is a committee consisting of.
Messrs. W. L. Williams, I. L. j
Mintzer and J. L. Shochet. The
ceremonies will begin promptly at
2 p. m. and after the formal ob-
servance those who desire indi-
vidual memorial prayers recited
for their departed may arrange
for the same. An invitation to the
entire Jewish public is extended,
particularly to those whose rela-
tives are interred in this cemetery.
Tonight the Sabbath of Repent-
ance will be observed and services
will begin at 8:15 o'clock with the
preaching on "The World Is
All Wrong, When We Don't Go
Right." Yom Kippur services be-
gin Tuesday evening, September
18, at X:15, when the Rabbi will
preach on "Religion and Life."
Wednesday all day services begin
at in a. m. The morning sermon
will be on "The Atonement in Ju-
daism" and the afternoon sermon
on "Religion and Death." Atone-
ment services for children will be
held in the Temple at 12:30 with
uinette, "The Young and the
Old." Religious school will open
this coming Sunday, September 16,
at Hi a. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1S46 8. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
The usual Friday evening serv-
k*in at 6 o'clock tonight. To-
morrow morning services begin a'
'> o'clock. The Rabbi will speak
briefly in Yiddish on "Shabbos
Tshuvah." Yom Kippur services
will begin Tuesday evening, Sep-
tember 18, at 5:45 o'clock and im-
mediately after Kol Nidrei the
Rabbi will preach on "The Ro-
mance of a People." Wednesday
morning Yom Kippur services be-
Kln at 7 o'clock. At noon there
Will be special children's services
ad the Rabbi will preach a ser-
monette. At about 1 o'clock Yis-
"r Will be recited with a sermon
:-ng Yizkor by the Rabbi on
"farting of the Ways." Registra-
^on for children of the Talmud
Torah win begin the following
Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Cantor A. S. Wiesel will chant all
-irviceg.
German Boat
Brings Speeches
The German freighter which left
Miami Wednesday after a visit of
several days contained a generous
supply of Hitler propaganda ma-
terial printed in English. Whether
any of this literature was distrib-
uted is unknown. Pamphlets con-
taining Hitler's Reichstag speech
in the early part of 1934, his July
speech after the murders of his
opponents in Berlin and other parts,
of Germany, an article, "Fair Play
for Germany," and several other
pieces of literature were among
those on board, which could be had
for the asking.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
ISt N. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The regular Friday evening
services begin at 6:30 o'clock. Sat-
urday morning the Rabbi will
preach on "The Poisonous Germ in
Man." Yom Kippur services will
begin at 6 p. m. Tuesday, Septem-J
ber 18, and the Rabbi will preach !
immediately after Kol Nidrei on
"What Price Israel's Soul?" Yom
Kippur services Wednesday morn-
ing will begin at 7 o'clock. Imme-
diately preceding the Yizkor serv-
ice the Rabbi will preach on "Our
Journey Through Life ... Is It
Worth Living?" Prior to the
Neilah or closing service the Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish on "The
Birth of a New Jewish Humanity."
Cantor Louis Hayman will chant
the service*.
My Column
CONGENIAL CONTACTS
Life in its best aspects must
have a buoyancy and wholesome-
that is outstanding. These
qualities may be the result of a
natural condition reflected in a
good disposition, or they may be
acquired by association and en-
vironment. It is truly remarkable
how much influence our daily con-
tacts have iii shaping our des-
tinies.
Some people are not swayed or
affected by the varying influences
that present themselves, but not
many of us are immune to the good
influences that point the way to a
better life.
There is so much genuine sat-
isfaction in cultivating contacts
that have a wholesome effect on
our lives, that we unconsciously
encourage a broadening of those
impressions. It is for that reason
that we enjoy most those associa-
tions that require the least effort
in being congenial. You may be
with them indefinitely without ut-
tering a word. Seldom is it nec-
essary to explain your actions.
'1 nere is an understanding that
borders on the divine, and nothing
can shake the confidence that per-
iect understanding conveys. It is
closely akin to love, but in its
broadest sense.
Love in its own right may have
some of the same qualities that
make for this greater understand-
ing, but it is frequently circum-
scribed by a narrower view of its
relations to life.
The congenial contacts we cul-
tivate, broaden the viewpoint and
enable us to attain the buoyancy
and wholesomeness of a useful life.
j. A. WATERMAN.
Tampa, Fla.
Welfare Groups
Meet Here
As we go to press an important
meeting is being held in the Ju-
venile court rooms with Judge
Beckham presiding. The meeting
is being attended by members of
Dade County welfare associations
and includes delegates from Jew-
ish organizations. The object is
to provide clothing for underprivi-
leged school children. The Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau and the Junior
Council of Jewish Women are
among those who are aiding.
RADIO
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Syna-
jrog, will preach over station
WIOD on Sunday morning at 8:45
on "Vicarious Atonement." The
sermon will be devoted 'to the
problems of the Day of Atonement.
In addition to the sermon there
will be prayers, music, scripture
reading and a question box. The
program will be heard from 8:45
a. m. to 9:30 a. m.
Today's Germany
By Hon. Samuel Intermyer
Summarizing, in retrospect, the
effect of the world boycott against
German goods and services, I
think it well within the bounds to |
say that it has thus far proven j
successful beyond all anticipa-
tions and that it is increasing in
effectiveness and intensity.
It is the only defensive weapon
against the intolerable persecu-
tions that have been inflicted by
the Hitler regime upon all civiliz-
ation.
The monstrous mis-statements
that have been and are being made
by men like Hanfstaengl and Dr.
Luther, the latter of whom I char-
acterized some time ago as a
"propagandist masquerading as an
Ambassador,' serve only to em-
phasize the lengths to wheh these
people are willing to go in mis-
representation.
What do they mean by charac-
terizing the intolerable condition
of the Jews in Germany as "fair-
ly normal." Do they intend to im-
ply that the horrors that these
600,000 German citizens are today
enduring, many thousands of
whom had shed their blood for
their fatherland; their exclusion
from all labor unions, which ren-
ders it impossible for them to get
work or earn a living; the system-
atic boycott of their homes, shops
and businesses and the placarding
of these places with signs and pas-
ters forbidding persons to enter;
the expulsion of their officers,
soldiers and sailors from the army
and navy, and of their famous
scientists and professors from the
universities; the barring of their
children from the schools; their
being offically denied access to
public gatherings, openly insult-
ed, cuffed and kicked about and
treated worse than dogs or slaves;
their confinement and starvation
in concentration camps; punish-
ment by beating and imprison-
ment of their young men and girls
for the crime of being found in the
company of non-Jews, and the con-
tinued perpetration to this day of
the endless other crimes that are
as intolerable as any that have
been inflicted since Hitler came
into powertogether constitutes
the "fairly normal" conditions of
life that must be endured by these
martyrs until they end it all by
suicide or are starved to death ?
Almost ,at ithe same 'moment
when these monstrous falsehoods
are being uttered and repeated,
and within the past few weeks,
there was and still is being widely
distributed in every hamlet, vil-
lage, town and city, to every in-
habitant throughout Bavaria, Sax-
ony, N'uremburg and other parts
of Germany, a pledge in German
of which the following is a trans-
lationwith instructions to every-
one to sign it, and which is being
generally signed and observed:
"To the Head of the Adminis-
tration Circles of National-So-
cialist-German Workers Party
(NSDAP):
I herewith give my word of
honor that beginning now and
throughout the entire future I
shall never do business of any
kind directly or through an
(Continued on Page 3)
Jewish News
Around the
World
Faiths to Observe Fellowship
Monday
Representatives of the leading
religious faiths have announced
plans for a nation-wide observance
on October 1, as Fellowship Mon-
day, inaugurating a program for
religion and welfare recovery spon-
sored by a national committee of
more than two hundred religious
and civic leaders.
"On Monday, October 1, fellow-
ship luncheons and fellowship din-
ners will be given in communities
all over the United States, under
the leadership of pastors, priests,
rabbis and welfare leaders," said
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, director of
the National Conference of Jews
and Christians, who is in charge
of Fellowship Monday plans. "The
purpose will be to bring together
all the constructive elements in
each community to work out plans
for co-operation during the next
year on projects in which they
share a common interest."
First Lady Will Address Hadassah
Parley at Washington
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt will
speak at one of the sessions of
the twentieth annual convention of
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist or-
ganization of America, to be held
at the Wardman Park Hotel,
Washington, D. C, on October 14,
15 and 16, it was announced yes-
terday at the national headquar-
ters of the organization.
Mrs. Alexander Lamport of Mt.
Vernon, chairman of the conven-
tion committee, announced that
delegates will come from 300 cities,
representing 40,000 members of
the organization in nearly every
state. More than 1,500 delegates
and guests are expected to at-
tend.
The dangers confronting world
Jewry in Fascist and near-Fascist
countries and the problems that
have arisen in Palestine due in
part to the unprecedented immi-
gration of last year will be dis-
cussed in addresses and reports
throughout the three-day sessions,
Mrs. Lamport announced.
The delegates will be formally
welcomed to Washington by Mrs.
Leopold V. Freudberg, president of
the Washington Chapter ot Ha-
dassah and local convention chair-
man. A feature of the opening
session will be the report by Mrs.
Samuel W. Haprin of Brooklyn,
national president. She will por-
tray the status of the Jews today
and will indicate the problems that
face the Zionist movement.
Legion Commander Assails U. S.
Nazis
Seattle, Wash.National Com-
mander Edward A. Hayes of the
American Legion today condemned
anti-Semitism and Nazi politics in
the United States in an interview
here in connection with the Le-
gion's Washington state conven-
tion in Spokane.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 14, i934






Registration for Beth David
Talmud Torah will; be held on
Sunday, September 2.'i, from 10 to
12, in addition to the times men-
tioned in these columns elsewhere.
The usual Succoth celebration for
the children will be held on Sun-
day, September 30, and refresh-
ments will be provided by Beth Da-
vid Sisterhood. The usual Suc-
cah party for the adults will be held
on the first night of Succoth Sun-
day night, September 23, and re-
freshments will be served in the
SllCCah of the congregation by the
Sisterhood.
Leonard Rose, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rose of this city,
left last week for Philadelphia,
where he will again resume his
studies at the Curtis Institute of
Music. Leonard, who is exceed-
ingly Rifted in cello playing, re-
ceived a scholarship at the insti-
tution recently, an unusual award
for one so young in years. He
spent the summer with his par-
ents here

Mrs. Philip Berkowitz returned
last week from the Sun Ray Ho-
tel, where she spent the past eight
weeks, and is now convalescing at
her home.
. >

Shepard Simpson, the son of Mr.
Plans for the children's annual ,mij Mrs Juljus Simpson of this
Succah party at the Miami Jew- cjty) wus Bar jiitzva during the
ish Orthodox Congregation provide Rosh IInshono services at Temple
for a gala party in the Succah of usraej ]a the congregation, at which goodiei tne Beryjcoa the parents were hosts
to the worshipers in Kaplan Hall
oodies
of all kinds will be provided by
the members of the Ladies' Aux- at an jnforn,Bj reception. In cele-
iliary. Beginning with the first bration of the Bar Mitzva Mr. and
night of Succoth, Tuesday eve- Mrg Simpson will entertain at
nlng, September 23, various mem- t|u.jr MIm, 2036 S. W. 12th st.,
next Sunday evening, September
JACK PALLOTT
Active in V. M. II. A. Third
nual Dance
An-
bers of the Auxiliary will serve
as hostesses every night dur-
ing the Succoth celebration, ex-
cepting Choi Hanioed, at a Kid-
dush in the Succah of the congic-
gation, which is now being built
* *
An important general meeting
of the entire membership of the
Miami .lew -h Orthodox Congrega-
tion will bi held at the Synagogue
on Tuesday ^voiWng, September
2"', beginning at 8:30 o'clock. A'
this meeting the annual reports of
the officers will be submitted and publicity chairman and Mrs. Nat
nominations for officers for the 1. Williams hospitality chairman
coming year will be made. All t fill vacancies. The organiza-
members are urged to attend. tjon volunteered to assist the Jew-
* ish Welfare Bureau by providing
For the first time in the history shoes for underprivileged Jewish
of Miami the city commission school children. In this connec-
unanimously adopted a resolution tion the Junior Council will be rep-
excusing all Jewish city employees resented, together with other lo-
from work during the High Holy cal organizations, in the Juvenile
Day period. Court Council, which is working
li<. beginning at 8 o'clock, with a
reception for all their friends, who
an invited to call. No cards will
lie issued.
*
Miss Ida Weinstein. president
of the Junior Council of Jewish
Women, who returned to the city
recently from Maine, presided at
the executive board meeting last
Tuesday night of the organization
at the home of Miss Mildred Drei-
sen. Miss Sylvia Miles was named
of the sessions of the Grand Chap.
ter of the order, which will be
held here in April of 1935, jirj
Lena Simon, worthy matron of the
chapter, is in charge of ar
ments.
"range-
Miss Selma Merson returned to
the city following a three weeks'
trip to Chicago and Indianapolis.
In the latter city she was the
guest of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs
Sol Schloss.
(Hi this project to provide school
children with clothes so they may
lie able to attend school.
r
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will leave
on Tuesday morning for Lakeland,
Pla., where he will officiate at the
Yom Kippur services of the Jew-
ish Alliance of Lakeland. The
rabbi will return to Miami on
Thursday.

Johanna Kate Pearlman, the
eleven-month-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank A. Perlman of this
city, died after a lingering illness
last Thursday. Rabbi Jacob H. i
Kaplan of Temple Israel officiat-
ed at the funeral last Friday and
burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Southern Cafeteria from 11 a. m.
The next regular meeting for't0 2 p' m< The Proceeds will be
the month of September for the devoted to helP defray the costs
Junior Council
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, because of the fact that
next Tuesday evening will be Yom
Kippur, has postponed its regular
bi-weekly card party until Tues-
day evening, September 25, at 8
o'clock. The exact place will be
announced shortly. Acting as
hostesses and in charge of ar-
rangements are Mesdames Louis
Pallott and J. L. Shochet. Prizes
will be awarded for high scores and
refreshments will be served.

Members of the third annual
dance committee of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association are j The marriage of Miss Doroth'
meeting regularly to plan what is Falk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N'a-
expected to be one of the most than Falk, to Henry Dubbin, son
outstanding events in local his- j of Mrs. Rose Dubbin, took place
tory. In addition to the regular Friday at Strath-Haven Hotel
members of the organization, Miami Beach. Rabbi David I. R0-.
many of Miami's most prominent enbloom, of Beth David Syna-
business and communal leaders gogue, officiated. A wedding sup-
have enlisted and are aiding the per followed the ceremony, and
committee in its work. The event the couple left after it on a wed-
will be held on November 4 and, ding tour of the state.
according to the present plans, will Mrs. Dubbin was formerly :
have on its list of entertainers Orlando. Mr. Dubbin has been a
some of the most prominent vaude- resident of Miami many years and
ville artists in the country. It is is in business here,
hoped that the funds to be real-
ized from this affair will be suf- ,
ficient to enable the organization j Mrs. Morris Kotkin of Coconut
to begin the erection of the first ', Grove, who was away the pa
unit of a building to house the va- jeral months visiting relatives and
nous activities of the organzaton.
Murry Grossman is chairman of
the dance committee.

On Tuesday, September 25, Emu-
nah Chapter, O. E. S., is sponsor-
ing a benefit luncheon at the
Bur dines
Linen shoe shop
is open w i t h a
new regular price
Shoes like the one above and others
as wearable may be found any day at
Burdine's for only 1.49. Finish the
summer with linen ties, straps, ox-
fords or pumps from the Linen Shop.
Street Floor
of Jewish Women
will be held at the home of Miss
Gertrude Rappaport, 830 N. W.
36th -t., on Tuesday evening, Sep-
tember 25, when a program will
be presented under the direction
of Miss Sylvia Miles. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.

A well attended meeting of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
was held last Wednesday night at
its clubrooms. The resignations
of Jack Apte and Leo Chaikin as
members of the Board of Direc-
tors were accepted and Mr. Abe
Cutler was named to fill one of
the vacancies. He will also serve
as chairman of the Finance Com-
mittee. Reports of the third an-
nual dance of the organization
were presented by Murry Gross-
man, chairman, and Mr. Al Pal-
lott, chairman of the program
committee. Basketball practice
will be held every Sunday after-
noon at 2 o'cfock at Flamingo
Park. Miami Beach, beginning this
coming Sunday. Mr. Abe Cutler
1- to be the coach and all members
are requested to report to him if
they desire to play.
"
According to plans announced by
Beth David Sisterhood at a meet-
ing held last Wednesday, th< Sis-
terh.....' Will be hosts t0 the wor-
shipers at a Succoth party, and to
the children <.f the Talmud Torah
and Sunday school at a Succoth
celebration, as is announce,! in
these columns elsewhere. At the I
same time the Sisterhood is plan-
ning to hold a dance on October
10 for the benefit of its Talmud
'"'ah Fund at a place to be an-
nounced in these columns shortly.
A committee of men from the con-
____J gregation will co-operate.
friends in New York, is expect*!
to return to the city today.
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THE JEWISH
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Field Representative
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full the Post Office at Miami. Florida.
id.r th. Act of March S. 1879.
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Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
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Representative
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Vol. 7No. 37
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1934
A Timely Warning
The J. I). B.
A timely "message to Jewish or-
ganizations" has been issued by
the Jewish Education Association
on the occasion of the coming hol-
idays. The message bears the sig-
natures of Judge Otto Rosalsky,
acting chairman; Samuel Rotten-
berg, chairman of the board of
direct irs, and Bernard Semel, hon-
orary secretary of the Jewish Edu-
cation Association.
Thi message calls attention to a
matter "that concerns the dignity
and good name of our people, and
that has a special bearing on the
education of our children
and our youth.
"Jewish assemblies, large and
small, public and private, should
nd, in fact, have been, distin-
guished by an atmosphere of re-
finement and sanctity. Jewish
life, in its social as well as per-
onal aspects, drew its inspiration
froi the Torah, and this source
nteed its integrity and dig-
nity. Fur our quality Of the faith
snd traditions of their people. \\'
cannot permit this measure to be
d. It is unfortunately true
'hat. at many of our functions,
cii' entertainment are intro-
duced that violate the traditional
dignity of Jewish gatherings.
these functions include those of a
te character, such as wed-
dings, birthday and bar mitzvah
Parties. At weddings, in particu-
lar, popular songs are being intro-
duced that are unworthy of being
Psrt of our solemn and beautiful
Marriage ritual. The functions in-
wide also those of a public char-
acter, such as synagogue and holi-
day functions, Talmud Torah ex-
. parents' meetings, organi-
sation dinners, etc. It is needless
" enlarge on these deplorable in-
novations. Let the evil be erad-
"'"''I. I,et there be nothing cheap
M vulgar at Jewish gatherings."
The message adds:
B do not, of course, suggest
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
that Joy an place at our gatherings. On the
contrary, Judaism is a religio.....
joy. Jews an- commanded to re-
joice in their festivals. Song and
dance and humor are wholly in
place, but they should be refined,
not vulgar dignified, not cheap."
The growing tendency to vul-
garize Jewish traditions and cus-
toms has become quite offensive
at Jewish gatherings, at certain
Jewish relief and charitable func-
tion-, at which cheap comedians
are often invited to act as ma-
ters of ceremony. Their repulsive
jokes and disgusting anecdotea
have marred many a worthy en-
terprise, defeating the very pur-
pose of the undertaking and
spreading vulgarity among the
Jews.
Women's Rights...
Jewish
It is indeed an interesting com-
mentary on recent events, even in
Miami, to note an Associated Press
dispatch from N'urnberg, Germany,
the other day in the daily press:
"The idea of women's rights in
politics was condemned today by
Chancellor Hitler as 'a product of
decadent Jewish intellectualism'."
We wonder just what these am-
bitious clubwomen who asked one
of the prominent writers and
speakers in Miami to help form
an anti-Jewish organization here
in Miami would -ay to these re-
marks of their leader, Hitler, now.
The Revival
Of a Custom
There arc many custom- that
are observed by our people that
have as their basis reverence for
traditions. Others are founded on
love, and other- on gratitude.
One of these customs, so uni-
versally observed throughout the
world, is the custom of holding me
morial services on the cemeteries
for one's departed dear ones, eith-
er immediately prior or during th.'
penitential days.
Here in Miami, this custom has
until now not been observed. An
attempt to observe this custom
founded on rejverence, love and
gratitude to the memory of on '-
leparted will be attempted this
coming Sunday. The Rabbis of
this ana, aided by the cantors,
Will participate.
May we suggest that this is one
termed in public orally and in
Writing one faithless to a word
of honor and a scamp.
Place ....., the..............
day of March, HUM.
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I take this opportunity to de-
vote the limited -pace here at my
disposal to the correction of cer-
tain wilfull misrepresentations
that have been spread broadcast
as to the purpose, character and
extent of the boycott, to its dis-
passionate justification as a pure-
ly defensive weapon, and to a re-
cital of its progress and what it
!- expected to accomplish in a con-
structive way.
1 repeat that this is NOT a Jew-
ish question. It is one that af-
fect- tin entire human family, re-
gardless of race, creed or condi-
tion. The lapse of time has not
tempered humanity's deep sense
of wrong and outrage at the blows
that have been struck at all civ-
ilization. It has served only to
deepen and intensify the sense of
injury and the conviction that if
civilization is to endure a way
had to be found for human society
to protect itself from this unspeak-
able reversion of a once great,
cultured nation to the bigotry,
savagery and fanaticism of the
dark ages.
With due allowance for the des-
peration of the German people,
born of their defeat in the war,
their present-growing poverty as
contrasted with their former af-
fluence, their impending economic
collapse and the injustice of the
Versailles Treaty, which most of
us wvri- prepared to admit and
about ready to assist to correct,
there must have been a deep- long-
standing undercurrent of callous,
brutal and anti-Semitic fanaticism
in the nature of the German peo-
ple to have made it possible for
them to turn, like wild brutes,
without justification, provocation
or excuse, as a thunderbolt out of
a char sky, upon the innocent, in-
offensive minority of their own
citizens who had been for centuries
imbedded in the soil, merely be-
cause they wiri' a minority, and
to have unloosed till their pent-up
hatreds upon them only because
they are wholly or partly Jews or
have Jewish ancestry.
In endeavoring to analyze the
emotions that' guided these hu-
man friends remember, always,
that there was no discrimination
in their wild fury. ALL Jews,
and those of Jewish ancestry, of
ALL classes, have been included.
Those who shed their blood for
their fathereland, the men of
science and of the professions who
have served in high public station
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What Was It?
Both of 'em give it to me.
So I spose it's mine at last
Ter remind me o' my childhood
An' the days 'at long has past.
They both wuz peaceful-minded,
Vet their words 'ud bite and
burn
When grandpa 'lowed 'twas his'n
An' grandma sez 'twas her'n.
'En when they'd git all settled
down,
I'd lay there in my bed
Jest wonderin' what this treasure
wuz
'At made 'em both see red.
But I never learnt its value
An' the years went slippin' by.
Till I seen the time approachin'
When grandpa had tcr die.
Ter this day I ain't fergittin'
When he took his weakenin'
turn
En he sez: "Believe yer grandma,
"For now 1 guess it's her'n."
'En when dear ol' grandma left u-
l'cr that far-off golden shore,
They found a good-bye letter
Kinder parclin' out her store.
And it reads: "To you, Elviry,
Tcr I know you'll alters mourn,
"Once yer grandpa lowed 'twas
his'n,
"But yer grandma sez it's
your'n."
In her sweet eyes there is the look
of one
Who has said many prayers, so
soft and true
Is her expression Golden as
the sun
Is her young heart Her hands
have learned to do
For others early Baby brother
turns
To her for kisses and a healing
phrasi.
Scarce more than child herself,
her pat ience earns
Her mother's gratitude, her fa-
ther's prai.-e.
For her. one of a family of ten.
There is no time for selfish
thoughts or dreams.
The morning dawns. Her toil be-
gins again.
The busy hours advance; the
first star gleam.-.
And evening come.-, with rest for
a tired saint,
Whose day has passed with no
word of complaint.
It takes a good artist or a good
actor to draw a good house.
Failure fails as -tn nuously as
success succeeds.
Many a man injures bis eyesight
looking out for No. 1.
forces me into a
infallible Socratic
most about the
time that all factions could unite
and, for the time being, in a com- j an(| nave added glory to their
country, the poor, the rich, the
mon observance of a worth while
tradition, forget their differences.
TODAYS GERMANY
cultured and the philanthropist-
men, women and children-have
been alike the victims of the mad-
ness of this cult of hatred, delib-
erately nursed through years.
It has been difficult to believe,
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agent with a Jew or with an
aid of Jews. I will never enter but the conviction has been forced
upon us that the masses of the
German people who have lived all
these year- In amity with their
Jewish fellow citizens, fought and
suffered with them, side by side,
a Jewish lawyer.|intermarried among them for gen-
a Jewish shop and 1 also shall
send away any Jew who shoul I
enter my apartment or prem-
ises.
I also will not consult a Jew
isli doctor or
I shall also endeavor that no
,,Me of my family, my relatives
or my friends -hall go to a Jew.
I am informed that I have the
oportunity in my village to in
-pert a list showing what Jew
and what Jewish enterprise-
there are.
I am also instructed that i
(rations, have suddenly turned
into beasts of prey, or that they
have taken pleasure in the unde-
served and unprovoked murder,
degradation, ruin and suffering oi
their brethren. When the reaction
conn-, as it surely will, the men
who brought this foul disgrace
upon their country will indeed be
keep this promise fortunate if they are not rent limb
.word of honor) or if I should i from limb by those whom they
, to circumvent it, I can be have thus betrayed. To believe
Immediately expelled from the otherwise would involve the loss
...,v the S \ the Community of all confidence in human nature.
organisation, the M. S. Organ- Life would no longer be worth l,v-
When some men lose money
they employ a lawyerand lose
some more.
It's a fortunate thing for wives
that husbands seldom practice
what they preach.
Many a shrewd man has pur-
chased a gold brick in the form of
experience.
Uncle Henry
corni r by the
method:
'Who know
law?"
"Lawyers."
"Who knows most about medi-
cine?"
"Doctors."
"Who know most about busi-
ness '.'"
"Business men."
"Would you not say that per- When a woman goes visiting she
sons engaged professionally in any invariably secure- a copy of her
That furore of indifference is
the news of the textile strike
reaching a nudist colony.
hostess' cake recipe but she never
uses it.
line of work know more about it.
than persons not so engaged?"
"Certainly."
"Then why is it that criminals If a lover tells his adored one
appear to be the only ones who do that he throws himself at her feet,
not know
pay".'"
that "crime does not
Miss PonderosaMr. Mushly is
so poetic. Did you hear him speak-
ing of my luminous eyes'.'
Mis- Skattish -You got him
wrong, dearie. He wasn't saying
anything about your luminous
eyes. He was talking about your
voluminous size.
June- But isn't it all right to
kiss a chap just to get him to pro-
pose '.'
Jane But SO many chaps ask
for sample- without any intention
of buying.
Fortune seldom knocks at a
man's door the second, time if he
is too lazy to get up and answer
it the first time.
he cannot complain when, in mar-
ried life, she uses him as a door-
mat.
"Say. Ike. what is a cosmopol-
itan?"
"Well," was the reply, "if there
was a Russian Jew living in Scot-
land with an Italian wife, smok-
ing Turkish cigarettes at a French
window, in a room with a Persian
carpet, and a German band was
playing 'Come Back to Erin' after
a supper of Dutch cheese made
Into Welsh rareb.1you'd be safe
in saying that chap was cosmo-
politan."
.Mary Did you bear Erica i-
marrying her X-ray specialist?
JaneWell, ahe's lucky. No-
body else could see anything in
her.
i-zations (strike out the irrele- ing for any Of us.
rant matter) and that I can be1 When 1 say that Jews are not Hitler owed his rise to power and
the only victims of this madness, | upon whom he now depends to
I have in mind the suppression of maintain that power: thus placing
the labor unions that were built "" lab<" un,lor the iron heel of
up through generations and the <"' employer as their reward.
confiscation of $.'(00,000,000 of as- I have also in mind the Catholic
sets, at the command of the muni- clergy and a large section of the
tion makers and other industrial Protestant churches that have
barons, to whose financial support been deprived of their religious in-
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1
Founder and Director, Kadio Synanun of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA
Vol. IV. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1934
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Salving Your Conscience
Scripture Reading, Isaiah. Chapter I, Verses 10-17, Inclusive
These verses from Isaiah, spoke* by him In the eighth century
bufoii the Christian era, sounded very harsh and sacrilegious to his
audience. They have not softened in tone with the passing of the cen-
turies; age lia> not mellowed the challenge; th< accused of thia day
are as eager to stone the prophet as were their ancestors. I might
agree with those who -n.v "hair.-, neural ol tozkireini" remind me
not of the sins of my youth. Yes, if the sins had been forsaken and
had now of historic records only.
Tonight, tomorrow and Tuesday nun and women will flock to the
synagogues, temples and other places of worship to intercede for
themselves before the Heavenlj Throne of Judgment asking not jus-
ticc, but mercy. "Our Father, our King, remember thy mercj and
suppress thine anger ." "Our Father, our King, erase In thine
abundant mercies all the records of our guilt." "Our Father, our
King! hear our voice, .-pan' us, and have mercy upon us." Mercy,
mercy, mercy. They ask for mercy, but are they willing to grant
mercj to those who have wronged them? Are they willing, are they
satisfied, to rend, to destroy, all the records of the Indebtedness of
others to them?
Then why all this ceremony? Why this pretense? I'll tell you
why. It is only a means ol nscii nee. The teachings
of Judaism are ignored all g. The number who actually live
Jewish lives is -mall. Suddenly, th( New Year rolls around. A
Judgment day arrives. The prisoi :- the bar know that alibis,
lies, denials, will not be countenanced. Thi | iof of guilt is I io con-
clusive. There is but one coura I "guilty," with the
added step of throwing om f upon thi mercy of the court.
1 could even condone thai eved that the repent-
ance was sincere. But. the pen >urt, answering
*ii the same list of chai e plea, is evidence of insin-
cerity. The observance must cease meaning for those
who hold It so lightly. Yei i -and in th. places of
worship on the High Hol> Days stand and view the surroundings,
noti a change in the pa ntinj iltar decorations
inges that have been ma si I ii the synagogue
jus! one year ago.
Now. mind you, I make n caving effects of syna-
gogue attendance. The men ila guar-
antee that you will be holy or virtuous. I ki w sextons who spent
houi in synagogu< I who wen I i iti undrels. I
know of preachers wh was regu-
lar and frequent, and ye( a: -. ral haraci much to be de-
There ar< ases < nations that One may
be exposed to g iod influences v it evil influences
'it harm.
1 may not kno> w mu n you absorb
from church or synagoi But, you And God doe.-.
How can you have the "chutzpah"
your piety, your penitenci i One who knows the t I can
inly suspect your lack nly judge of it
by your daily conduct. So can youi i havi deal-
ing ; with you. Can I
religious fervor i.- naus, j ir own con-
science '.'
You see, th< ri in your min I as to icy of
thesj pray.:-, iin the i ind, knowing how mucl get away
with, you fi hat it On 1 intering
some unpleasantness in lifi me sickness and
difficulties and obsta 'nay be
a Ruling P wer. Only thi If such
be the case, you n Beini
God, who may be vengeful and angry. You ha Far from
the Btage of the ancient heathenish relis is i tes. You make youi
iffering ir destiny, as you would
seek to bribe a judge who was to pri i which you
were interested.
Sup] Day, no Judgment Nay.
w luld you (J Would you act in justice and
equity? Would you There an
few, very few, who a with
a sense of justice. Then of I ermit you I lalvi
your conscience, to wi lean? You start the
afresh with the sami ikm f charac-
ter, the identical motives and .If the pra;
do not impress you sufl ently change in your life for the
better; if you take nothing away from the synagogue hut the assured
conviction that Hod has forgiven you. : n the back and has
handed you a full pardon; then whal ection 1 iciety? Yes,
What protection has society?
If pardons b what deti
you from continuing to prey upon your fellow men in business, in
-cm !al life, in id', i -'.' If all to meet God and to ask
II-; mercy, with the mental reservation that you will, in the future,
as you please 1 believe that God must have your addressHe can
forward His pardon to you by mail. Un ital servii
quite efficient.
Your attendance at service-, if you dared tell the truth, is
prompted by your fear of public opinion, of public scorn. Failure to
be among those present would brand you a- a derelict, a renegadi
one without any religion! conviction-. Well, I. for one, am not con-
vince! of your hiirh standards merely because 1 see your face in the
synagogue. You can convince me besl by your honorable conduct all
rh days of the year. I am an adept at furnishing excuses for absence
from services. I can think of more reasons for being absent than
you may imagine. My liberal hear; can excuse a breach In attenedance
,, th, synagogue, but it refuses to bend before wrong practices on
the street. I am queer that way. And there are a hundred million
ithen like me.
Did you ever stop to think of the meanings of the prayers? You
list your sins before God. You remind Him that this is the Judgment
Day; thai He decides who shall live and who shall die, who shall pros-
per and who shall know want, who shall be well and who shall be
- ,. and such ..the, vital things. Has God so poor a memory that
, 1U must reel e the list to Him? Is He bo forgetful thai you need
:.. to His cons iousni ss? Think! Think! The repetition of these
pra>en is intended to impress you with your dependence on the
Sup erne Being. It is meant to rouse you from your self-complacency.
to jar you hack to the realization that there are things in Life over
Which you have not the final say. that you are not all-sufficient unto
ynui cl! and are not the mighty one that your ego would have you
To those whose attendance at or participation in High Holy Day
i a means of salving their consciences, whose mere, presence
is ll result of the fear of ridicule or censure, whose, minds contem-
foreign problems while their lips recite the inspired words e>f
t|)C ritual to those I say God is Good; God is Love; Cod is Merciful
an I Forgiving. Me' will listen to your requests and pass on them when
offered from your home-. Your presence at services disturbs the
ha niony of congregational worship. It contaminates the atmosphere.
To those who are sincere in their worship, I say. hy all means
I services with the congregation; draw inspiration from your
Jews; unite with them in those prayers that are impersonal;
add your voice, your thought, your sigh, yi ur tear, to that of every
OthrV worshiper. And. because you are truly penitent, you will be
granted the strength to overcome your temptation-, to conquer your
weaknesses, and to triumph over your trials. Prayer is the- greatest of
all forces given to man, when it is sincere' and is inspired hy devotion.
h i- futile when man degenerates it to the level of the false promises
t I business world, the lies of the social sphere, and the hypocrisy
of the pious fraud.
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Fri(]ay, September 14, 1934
THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN
Page Five
West Palm Beach
Notes
Shabbos Tshuvo services at
Beth El Synagogue will begin to-
night at K o'clock with a sermon
bv Rabbi Muskat on "The Sabbath
0( penitence." Saturday morning
services begin at Kippur services begin with the Kol
Kidrei at 6:80 p. m. Tuesday, Sep-
tember 18, and the Rabbi will
preach. Wednesday morning serv-
ices begin at 8 o'clock. The Rabbi
will preach immediately prior to
,he Yiikor service. The Rabbi
yjll preach in Yiddish during the
Hincha service. He will be as-
m the services by Mr. Sam
Scantier, who will chant the
Shachris. Mr. Morris Tessler will
chant the Musof service and Mr.
Rachmiei Schutzer will serve as
-Baal Koray" and "Baal Tokaya."
These latter gentlemen also as-
liited the Kabbi during the Rosh
Hiahono services.
cationing trip visiting her daugh-
ter.
At Temple Beth Israel services
begin at 8 o'clock with a sermon
. Rabbi Carl N. Herman. The
luartet of the Temple will
-inu' the music. Yom Kippur
begin Tuesday, Septeme-
bcr 18, al 7:80 p. m. with a ser-
mon by the Rabbi. Wednesday
morning services begin at 10
o'clock. During the day the Rabbi
will preach several sermons and
will also conduct, the children's
atonenu nt service. The mixed
Temple quartet, consisting of Mes-
dames Harry Halpern and Joseph
Hill and Messrs. Wm. Clower and
Harry Halpern, will chant Yom
Kippur traditional hymns.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman
recently celebrated their wedding
anniversary.
Odell Kominers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Kominers, left for Co-
lumbia I'niversity.
Herbert Kerman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Kerman, will enter Duke
University at Durham, N. C.
Adeline Goldstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein, left
for the Florida State College for
Women.
Burton B. Goldstein, son of Mr.
an|l Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein, en-
tertained about sixty of his juve-
nile friends at his home last week.
', names and refreshments
.' joyed.
Mr. .md Mrs. Al Wachsman re-
turned from a three months' tour
t the country.
In Memoriam
t.
Because of the universal
hold memorial servi
Atonement, which fa
this sincere thought.
practice among the Jews
Yom Kippur, the Day of
next Wednesday, we dedicate
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maas re-
turned from a two weeks' vaca-
| tion trip to North Carolina to
i bring back their daughter, Audrey
j Maas, who was at camp, vacation-
ing. They were in Temple to wor-
I ship at New Year's.
lo one whose lips are silent now,
hnsealed by life's last breath
Who sleeps with an untroubled brow
The solemn sleep of death;
Whose kindnesses alone survive
With sacred halo-gleam
A single taper kept alive
With honor and esteem.
Remembered be the godly things
That memories revere;
As of the hush of silent wings,
That once have nestled near;
That carried lone in singing flight.
By God's own wishes blest;
To wear throughout eternal night
Habiliments of rest.
Captain Mackler and Mrs. Mack-
ler also returned to be in Temple
in time for New Year's, having
gone to bring their daughter, Flor-
ence Mackler, from her vacation
camp.
services begin Tuesday, September
18, at 8 p. m. with a sermon on
"Missing Life's Goal." On Wednes-
day, the Day of Atonement, the
Rabbi will preach on "Instruments
of Atonement." At the memorial
service the same day the sermon
will be "The Life of the Spirit."
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the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Da-
vidson last week. Acting as toast-
master was Irving Moss. Among
those wlin entertained with Yid-
dish and English songs and reci-
tations were Sam Schutzer a:nl
Monis Tessler.
pering Voice." The afternoon serv-
ice begins at .'! o'clock and the
memorial service at 4, with a ser-
mon on "They Softly Walk." The
concluding service begins at B.
Mrs. E. H. Steinberg is still va-
cationing in Canada, but sent her
telegram to the Temple on the
Holidays.
St. Petersburg
Shabboth Shuvo services begin
Friday evening, September 14,1
when Rabbi Rosenblatt will preach I
at Temple Beth El on "The Great',
Return." The Day of Atonement I
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ryder art
home after a two months' vaca-
tion in New York.
The Misses Esther and Fannie
Sehrebnick returned to their home
here after spending the summer
with relatives and friends in De-
troit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. I'rager will
spend the holidays with Mrs.
Prager's parents in Savannah, Ga.
Yom Kippur services at Rodeph
Sholom Synagogue begin Tuesday
evening, September 18, at 6:30
o'clock with the Kol Nidrei, to be
followed by a sermon by the Rabbi
on The Threefold Responsibili-
ties." Wednesday morning serv-
ices begin at 8 o'clock with the
memorial service at 10, when the
Rabbi will preach on "Adult Edu-
cation." The regular choir will
sinn during the evening and Mu-
sof services. Mr. David Stein,
president of the Congregation, will
chant the Shachris service.
Beth El Sisterhood held its
semi-monthly meeting last week
at the home of Mrs. Louis David-
son, when important matters were
acted on.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Con-
gregation Rodoph Sholom met last
Thursday evening with Mrs. A. R.
Berger presiding. Important busi-
ness was transacted.
An important meeting of Beth
El Congregation with Mr. Herman
Gold presiding was held Wednes-
day night, when complete reports
for the holidays and financial ac-
counts were presented.
Mr. Louis Kay donated a memo-
rial tablet to Congregation Ro-
doph Sholom in memory of his
wife.
The Junior Workmen's Circle
met Wednesday night at the home
of Morton Weiner, where plans
for the future activities of the or-
ganization were adopted.
Honoring Rabbi Issor Muskat,
recently chosen head of Beth El
Congregation, a large number of
members and friends gathered at
Dr. Barney Blicher had as his
guest last week his mother, Mrs.
H. Blicher, now of Miami.
Tampa Notes
At Congregation Schaarei Zedek
; services tonight for the Sabbath'
of Repentance begin at 8 o'clock.
Memorial services will be held at
Woodlawn Cemetery Sunday, De-
cember 16, at 11 a. m. Yoin Kip-
pur services begin at 8 o'clock
Tuesday evening, September 18,
when the rabbi will preach on
"Grant Us Strength." Wednesday
morning Yom Kippur services be-
gin at 10 o'clock with a sermon
on "True Atonement." A chil-
dren's service will be held at 2
p. m. with a sermon on "AWhis-
Judge Cohen cut his trip a lit-
tle shorter, returning from a trip
to Cuba to spend New Year's in
Tampa with Mrs. Cohen, who just
returned from a three months' va-
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Sunday j Sept. 16th
2 P. M. O'CLOCK
In the Jewish Section of the
Woodlawn Cemetery
S. W. 8th ST.
Rabbis JACOB H. KAPLAN
S. M. MACHTEI
MAX SHAPIRO
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM
JULIUS WASHER
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LOUIS BATMAN
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Marion Goring, who directed sev-
eral of the Sylvia Sidney screen
vehicles, also directed "Good
Dame."
Waiting for her Chicago train.
Sylvia Sidney wanders over to an
touring the South Pacific with her
two rich suitors and her goofy
uncle. Ix?on Errol.
Bored with life in general, the
young girl gets quite a kick out
of watching the antics of one of
her sailors, Bing Crosby, to whom
she has entrusted the care of her
pet bear. Droopy.
In his drunken moments one
foggy night. Errol stumbles into
the wheelhouse, opens a door
through which all the charts are
blown, breaks the compass, and
they all wake up, wrecked on a
deserted isle.
Complications increase daily,
and become quite serious when
Burns and Allen, a couple of nat
uralists, join their camp.
How Bing sings his way through
their troubles, eventually winning
the heart of his wealthy employer,
brings the picture to an entertain-
ing climax.
Those two dramatic screen star*,
Sylvia Sidney and Fredric March,
are together again. This time it's
another Paramount picture en-
titled "Good Dame." It comes on
Sunday to the Seventh Avenue
Theatre.
Using a colorful background, the
romance of a "good" girl and a
"bad" boy was written by William
Lipman, Broadway playwright and
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Singing more songs than he has
in any other motion picture. Bing
Crosby comes on Sunday to the
Tivoli Theatre in his brand new
Paramount film, "We're Sot Dress-
ing."
i m the original by Benjamin
Glazer, "We're Sot Dressing" \t
a breezy, romantic song
played against the background of
a deserted South Sea island. In
addition to Crosby, the film fea-
tures Carole Lombard, Georire
Bums and Grade Allen. Ethel
Merman and Leon F.rrol.
Aboard a palatial yacht. C
Lombard, a wealthy heiress. s
open air "girl" show. Standing
on the edge of a crowd watching
thi shrewd antics of Fredric
March, grifler. gambler and gen-
eral "bad" boy. her purse is stolen.
When she squawks to the boss,
she is offer,.! a job in the "dame
tent." She accepts. In the mean-
time, she and March have met most
informally.
Though he has never met a
: dame" and doesn't "believe"
in love, March is drawn to this
girl by an attraction he can't ex-
plain. What love does to this
"good" dame and the "bad" boy
brings the picture to an exciting
climax.
TODAYS GERMANY
gious worship of the Christian
churches and to create a new so-
called "German Christian Church"
which shall be subject to the con-
trol of the state, and thus do away
with the separation of Church and
State on which Germany has
prided itself.
As has been well said of Hit-
ler's vain threat to obviate the
force of the boycott by artificial
substitutes for the raw materials
that Germany requires for its ex-
istence and is unable to buy
"He himself is a psychopathic
substitute for Mussolini. He
has been substituting falsehood
for truth, bigotry for tolerance,
cruelty for injustice, hate f:>r
love, war madness for peace,
suicidal isolation for friendly
co-operation, propaganda for ed-
ucation. Hitler psalms for Da-
vid's psalms, paganism for
Christianity barbarism for civ-
ilization.
His threat that Germany will
be compelled by him to resist
world opinion by living on Nazi
substitutes for a thousand years
are the unmistakable symptoms
of desperation and insanity.
"The eyes of the German peo-
ple are opening. They are be-
ginning to see the horror and
folly of the mad adventure into
which they have been drawn."
Germany might perhaps have
defied the cries of agony of its
I victimized Jews. Its fatal blun-
der was in failing to realize that
a great moral revulsion is abroad,
and one that has as yet barely be-
gun, as compared with the dimen-
sions it will assume when the world
gets into action. It is a repetition
of the same blunder into which ;t
blindly stumbled when it callously
perpetrated upon helpless little
Belgium the same brutal atroc-
ities which many of us refused to
believe until this experience opened
our eyes in honor to the realiza-
tion that such things are possible
in the twentieth century. These
people have no conception of
what the outraged moral revul-
sion of the world can accomplish.
It*
They owe all their misfortun^
their hopeless moral obtusenej
From Egypt, South Africa, Gre",
Britain and South America, to pj
land, the storm of outrased hu
'inanity is sweeping relentieub
over the face of the earth onto
Germany twill have become th
outcast and pariah of the nation
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Shewa :i and i t( |> M
2c till 6:30Evening 25c
Matinees Saturday and Sundij
Continuous 2 to n
Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Sept. I6-17.UJ
BING CROSBY
CAROLE LOMBARD
WE'RE NOT DRESSING
SOCI4TY
(Continued from Page ;i
dependence. That, too, is the re-
sult of a fixed, irreligious, retro-
|*ressive policy that defies under-
standing. Its avowed purpose is
to destroy the freedom of reli-
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Registration for the Talmud
Torah and Sunday school of Beth
David will be held on Wednesday
and Thursday. September 26 and
27. Choi Hamoed Succos from
1 to 6 p. m. at the Talmud Torah.
All children desiring to enroll are
urged to appear for registration
on these days.
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Fri(ia> September 14, 1934 THE JEWISH FLOR I D I A N Pi'BLlSHKD EVERY FRIDAY br tfc. ..*IHH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. ,,W P. O. Boi 2973 Miami. Florida Phone 2-118S bDITORIAL OFFICES: „, 8 IHk A. mua Pha— 1-I1M JTi <>l IS BHOCHET, Editor HUB) K. BHOCHBT, ClrcuIaUon Huimr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative /nurril • aecond clan mittfr July full .• the Post Office at Miami. Florida. i„d.r th. Act of March S. 1879. ~ WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA. MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 1209 Central Ave. Tampa, Fla. SUBSCRIPTION til tUatal Una Ttar }1.M I1.M Vol. 7—No. 37 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1934 A Timely Warning The J. I). B. A timely "message to Jewish organizations" has been issued by the Jewish Education Association on the occasion of the coming holidays. The message bears the signatures of Judge Otto Rosalsky, acting chairman; Samuel Rottenberg, chairman of the board of direct irs, and Bernard Semel, honorary secretary of the Jewish Education Association. Thi message calls attention to a matter "that concerns the dignity and good name of our people, and that has a special bearing on the education of our children and our youth. "Jewish assemblies, large and small, public and private, should nd, in fact, have been, distinguished by an atmosphere of refinement and sanctity. Jewish life, in its social as well as per•onal aspects, drew its inspiration froi the Torah, and this source nteed its integrity and dignity. Fur our quality Of the faith snd traditions of their people. \\'•• cannot permit this measure to be d. It is unfortunately true 'hat. at many of our functions, cii' entertainment are introduced that violate the traditional dignity of Jewish gatherings. these functions include those of a te character, such as weddings, birthday and bar mitzvah Parties. At weddings, in particular, popular songs are being introduced that are unworthy of being Psrt of our solemn and beautiful Marriage ritual. The functions inwide also those of a public character, such as synagogue and holiday functions, Talmud Torah ex. parents' meetings, organisation dinners, etc. It is needless enlarge on these deplorable innovations. Let the evil be erad"'"''I. I,et there be nothing cheap M vulgar at Jewish gatherings." The message adds: B do not, of course, suggest THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three that Joy an


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Fri(]a y, September 14, 1934 THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN Page Five West Palm Beach Notes Shabbos Tshuvo services at Beth El Synagogue will begin tonight at K o'clock with a sermon bv Rabbi Muskat on "The Sabbath 0 ( penitence." Saturday morning services begin at

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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Septem ber 14, i 934 %  Registration for Beth David Talmud Torah will; be held on Sunday, September 2.'i, from 10 to 12, in addition to the times mentioned in these columns elsewhere. The usual Succoth celebration for the children will be held on Sunday, September 30, and refreshments will be provided by Beth David Sisterhood. The usual Succah party for the adults will be held on the first night of Succoth Sunday night, September 23, and refreshments will be served in the SllCCah of the congregation by the Sisterhood. Leonard Rose, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose of this city, left last week for Philadelphia, where he will again resume his studies at the Curtis Institute of Music. Leonard, who is exceedingly Rifted in cello playing, received a scholarship at the institution recently, an unusual award for one so young in years. He spent the summer with his parents here • • Mrs. Philip Berkowitz returned last week from the Sun Ray Hotel, where she spent the past eight weeks, and is now convalescing at her home. > • • Shepard Simpson, the son of Mr. Plans for the children's annual mij Mrs Juljus Simpson of this Succah party at the Miami Jewc j ty) wus Bar jiitzva during the ish Orthodox Congregation provide Rosh IIns hono services at Temple for a gala party in the Succah of u srae j ] a


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Page six THB JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, S eptember 14, i r love, war madness for peace, suicidal isolation for friendly co-operation, propaganda for education. Hitler psalms for David's psalms, paganism for Christianity barbarism for civilization. ••His threat that Germany will be compelled by him to resist world opinion by living on Nazi substitutes for a thousand years are the unmistakable symptoms of desperation and insanity. "The eyes of the German people are opening. They are beginning to see the horror and folly of the mad adventure into which they have been drawn." Germany might perhaps have defied the cries of agony of its I victimized Jews. Its fatal blunder was in failing to realize that a great moral revulsion is abroad, and one that has as yet barely begun, as compared with the dimensions it will assume when the world gets into action. It is a repetition of the same blunder into which ; t blindly stumbled when it callously perpetrated upon helpless little Belgium the same brutal atrocities which many of us refused to believe until this experience opened our eyes in honor to the realization that such things are possible in the twentieth century. These people have no conception of what the outraged moral revulsion of the world can accomplish. It* They owe all their misfortun^ their hopeless moral obtusenej From Egypt, South Africa, Gre ", Britain and South America, to pj land, the storm of outrased hu 'inanity is sweeping relentieub over the face of the earth onto Germany twill have become th outcast and pariah of the nation TIVOLIfe Shewa :i and i t( |> M 2c till 6:30—Evening 25c Matinees Saturday and Sundij Continuous 2 to n Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Sept. I6-17.UJ BING CROSBY CAROLE LOMBARD WE'RE NOT DRESSING •SOCI4TY (Continued from Page ;i dependence. That, too, is the result of a fixed, irreligious, retro|*ressive policy that defies understanding. Its avowed purpose is to destroy the freedom of reliClassified Registration for the Talmud Torah and Sunday school of Beth David will be held on Wednesday and Thursday. September 26 and 27. Choi Hamoed Succos from %  1 to 6 p. m. at the Talmud Torah. All children desiring to enroll are urged to appear for registration on these days. SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary ruUa and regulations. AWNINGS Pro-Tect-l' Awning Shutter Corp. Th. Pieneera af lha Indnatr? Over 10,000 Installations in Greater Miami Visit Our Factory and Showroom 233 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-2431 ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN Pro-Tect-l" Awning Shutter Corp. GABAGES YOU CAN EAT WITH FALSE TE ROLLINS & BOGGS Specializing in General Motor Repairs, Wheel Aligning, Brake Lining, Etc. 146 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447 INSl RANCE For Insurance Consult JACK J. ATKINS Representing Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 907 Biscayne Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-6035 LLMBER Ezell Lumber & Supply Co. Guarantees 2*% Saving to You Reeonditioned 76 squares corrugated li Siding—US Sheathing Used Lumber, Doora. Windowi, Plumbing Fixtures. All kinda new Lumber Roofing and Anphalt. Phone 2-7IS8. 2401 N. W. 7th Ave. MILLWORK Millwork, Screen Windows and Spindle Doors; Cabinet Work LEE NOVELTY WORKS 221 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-7469 ROOFING ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free i 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 Your eyes arc two of your most valuable possessions. It doesn't pay to be pennywije with light at the risk of injuring them. Not one home in ten is really well lighted. And in many homes, children arc actually injuring their eyes because they arc studying in poor light. Protect your family's eyes by having the lighting in your home checked with the SIGHT METER. Just 'phone our nearest office and say, I would like to have you measure my lighting." This service is free. This is the SIGHT METER that lets you sec for yourself how much lighr you have and how much you need. YOU CAN'T SEE WITH A GLASS EYE!



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Septembei ; |, 1; :;| \ • 4 I 1 1 J I 8 Baton #*ynai*o0 JftuUctin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1 Founder and Director, Kadio Synanun of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. IV. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1934 N... 39 W Salving Your Conscience Scripture Reading, Isaiah. Chapter I, Verses 10-17, Inclusive These verses from Isaiah, spoke* by him In the eighth century bufoii the Christian era, sounded very harsh and sacrilegious to his audience. They have not softened in tone with the passing of the centuries; age lia> not mellowed the challenge; th< accused of thia day are as eager to stone the prophet as were their ancestors. I might agree with those who -n.v •"••hair.-, neural ol tozkireini" remind me not of the sins of my youth. Yes, if the sins had been forsaken and had now of historic records only. Tonight, tomorrow and Tuesday nun and women will flock to the synagogues, temples and other places of worship to intercede for themselves before the Heavenlj Throne of Judgment asking not justicc, but mercy. "Our Father, our King, remember thy mercj and suppress thine anger ." "Our Father, our King, erase In thine abundant mercies all the records of our guilt." "Our Father, our King! hear our voice, .-pan' us, and have mercy upon us." Mercy, mercy, mercy. They ask for mercy, but are they willing to grant mercj to those who have wronged them? Are they willing, are they satisfied, to rend, to destroy, all the records of the Indebtedness of others to them? Then why all this ceremony? Why this pretense? I'll tell you why. It is only a means ol nscii nee. The teachings of Judaism are ignored all g. The number who actually live Jewish lives is -mall. Suddenly, th( New Year rolls around. A Judgment day arrives. The prisoi :the bar know that alibis, lies, denials, will not be countenanced. Thi | iof of guilt is I io conclusive. There is but one coura I "guilty," with the added step of throwing om f upon thi mercy of the court. 1 could even condone thai eved that the repentance was sincere. But. the pen >urt, answering *ii the same list of chai e plea, is evidence of insincerity. The observance must cease meaning for those who hold It so lightly. Yei i -and in th. places of worship on the High Hol> Days stand and view the surroundings, noti a change in the pa ntinj iltar decorations inges that have been ma si I ii the synagogue jus! one year ago. Now. mind you, I make n caving effects of synagogue attendance. The men ila guarantee that you will be holy or virtuous. I ki w sextons who spent houi in synagogu< I who wen I i iti undrels. I know of preachers wh was regular and frequent, and ye( A: -. ral haraci much to be deThere ar< ases < %  nations that One may be exposed to g iod influences v it evil influences 'it harm. 1 may not kno> %  w mu n you absorb from church or synagoi But, you And God doe.-. How can you have the "chutzpah" your piety, your penitenci i One who knows the t I can inly suspect your lack nly judge of it by your daily conduct. So can youi i %  havi dealing ; with you. Can I religious fervor i.naus, j ir own conscience '.' You see, th< ri in your min I as to icy of thesj pray.:-, iin the i ind, knowing how mucl get away with, you fi hat it On 1 intering some unpleasantness in lifi me sickness and difficulties and obsta 'nay be a Ruling P wer. Only thi If such be the case, you n Beini God, who may be vengeful and angry. You ha Far from the Btage of the ancient heathenish relis is i tes. You make youi iffering ir destiny, as you would seek to bribe a judge who was to pri i which you were interested. Sup] Day, no Judgment Nay. w luld you (J Would you act in justice and equity? Would you There an few, very few, who a with a sense of justice. Then of I ermit you I lalvi your conscience, to wi lean? You start the afresh with the sami ikm f character, the identical motives and .If the pra; do not impress you sufl ently change in your life for the better; if you take nothing away from the synagogue hut the assured conviction that Hod has forgiven you. : n the back and has handed you a full pardon; then whal ection 1 iciety? Yes, What protection has society? If pardons B what deti you from continuing to prey upon your fellow men in business, in -CM !al life, in id', i -'.' If all to meet God and to ask II-; mercy, with the mental reservation that you will, in the future, as you please 1 believe that God must have your address—He can forward His pardon to you by mail. Un ital servii quite efficient. Your attendance at service-, if you dared tell the truth, is prompted by your fear of public opinion, of public scorn. Failure to be among those present would brand you aa derelict, a renegadi one without any religion! conviction-. Well, I. for one, am not convince! of your hiirh standards merely because 1 see your face in the synagogue. You can convince me besl by your honorable conduct all rh days of the year. I am an adept at furnishing excuses for absence from services. I can think of more reasons for being absent than you may imagine. My liberal hear; can excuse a breach In attenedance ,, th, synagogue, but it refuses to bend before wrong practices on the street. I am queer that way. And there are a hundred million ithen like me. Did you ever stop to think of the meanings of the prayers? You list your sins before God. You remind Him that this is the Judgment Day; thai He decides who shall live and who shall die, who shall prosper and who shall know want, who shall be well and who shall be ,. and such ..the, vital things. Has God so poor a memory that 1U must reel e the list to Him? Is He BO forgetful thai you need :.. to His cons iousni ss? Think! Think! The repetition of these pra> en is intended to impress you with your dependence on the Sup erne Being. It is meant to rouse you from your self-complacency. to jar you hack to the realization that there are things in Life over Which you have not the final say. that you are not all-sufficient unto ynui cl! and are not the mighty one that your ego would have you To those whose attendance at or participation in High Holy Day i a means of salving their consciences, whose mere, presence is ll result of the fear of ridicule or censure, whose, minds contemforeign problems while their lips recite the inspired words e>f t| )C ritual to those I say God is Good; God is Love; Cod is Merciful an I Forgiving. Me' will listen to your requests and pass on them when offered from your home-. Your presence at services disturbs the ha niony of congregational worship. It contaminates the atmosphere. To those who are sincere in their worship, I say. hy all means I services with the congregation; draw inspiration from your Jews; unite with them in those prayers that are impersonal; add your voice, your thought, your sigh, yi ur tear, to that of every OthrV worshiper. And. because you are truly penitent, you will be granted the strength to overcome your temptation-, to conquer your weaknesses, and to triumph over your trials. Prayer is thegreatest of all forces given to man, when it is sincere' and is inspired hy devotion. h ifutile when man degenerates it to the level of the false promises t I business world, the lies of the social sphere, and the hypocrisy of the pious fraud. Jewish Firm to Publish HindenburK Memoirs IF IT'S PAINTING OR WATERPROOFING See JAKE NEHAM New York Decorating Co. 218 llth St.. Miami Beach Phone 6-3983 ALTAIAN'S HOTEL .•07 SIXTH AVK. ASBURY PARK, N. .!. Tel. 1467 or 3415 Situated in the finest section e>f Ashury Park near the Boardwalk. 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Nashashibi of Jerusalem to Have Opposition for Office From Dr. Arkhaldi Jerusalem—Near Fast and India'report that Mayor Rhageb Hey Nashashibi would be once mure chosen mayor of Jerusalem wai denieel here today. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned from reliable sources that Dr. Hussein Arkhaldi, a Moslem, senior medical officer in this city, has resigned his post and has been nominated as a candidate for municipal councillor in direct opposition to Mayor Nashashibi. White Oak Leather Half Soles 35c LADIES 1 HEELS %  Atlantic Shoe Shop 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortex Hotel IIMIMMM MiiiiiiniiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiliiiuiiwiNHiaMiuuuaiWiaHr SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry KOY II. TUKNBB. Fr. 1225 8. W. (th St. I'h.nt inn j WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER • IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIMIIIMIIIUItlllllMllt>IIUMIIIIIII>tllUIOikllltllMHC GROSSMAN'S HOTEL New Jersey Avenue, Near Beach ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 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wJewisb IFIIariidliiaun Vol. '— No. 37 1'L ORIDA' S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1934 Price Five Cents „iiiiiii.i ii" iiiiimmuiiiiiiiiuiiiiii. Announcements „,.. .,|i|ii||IIIIIIUMItlHMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllMi. jlllUtlltll I'" 1 "" "" C0NGRBGAT1UM BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi lh, usual Friday evening iervn tonight at 6 o'clock. To%  morning services begin at k. Kabbi Rosenbloom will speak in Yiddish on "The Essence 0 f Tshuvah." Yom Kippur services begin at 5:45 p. m. Tuesday, mber 18, with the Kol Nidrei Following this service the Rabbi will speak in English on -The Cry of Religion." On Wednesday morning services begin a t 7:30 o'clock and Yizkor will be observed. Preceding the Yizkor service the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "Is Death the End?" Before 'he closing or Neilah service the Kabbi will speak briefly in Yiddish on "Jonah and His Followers." Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant all services. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 117 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Memorial Meeting Next Sunday Plans for the memorial observance next Sunday aft. moon, September 16, at 2 o'clock in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery include opening and closing prayers, brief addresses by the Rabbis and chants by the cantors of the synagogues in this area. This will be the first time in the history of the Greater Miami communities that memorial observance will be held between Rosh Hashono and Yoni Kippur in accordance with the traditional customs. Rabbis Jacob II. Kaplan, Max Shapiro, David I. Kosenbloom, Julius Washer and S. M. Machtei, together with Cantors Boris Schlachman, Louis Hayman and Alex S. Wiesel, I will attend. In charge of arrange: merits is a committee consisting of. Messrs. W. L. Williams, I. L. j Mintzer and J. L. Shochet. The ceremonies will begin promptly at 2 p. m. and after the formal observance those who desire individual memorial prayers recited for their departed may arrange for the same. An invitation to the entire Jewish public is extended, particularly to those whose relatives are interred in this cemetery. Tonight the Sabbath of Repentance will be observed and services will begin at 8:15 o'clock with the preaching on "The World Is All Wrong, When We Don't Go Right." Yom Kippur services begin Tuesday evening, September 18, at X:15, when the Rabbi will preach on "Religion and Life." Wednesday all day services begin at in a. m. The morning sermon will be on "The Atonement in Judaism" and the afternoon sermon on "Religion and Death." Atonement services for children will be held in the Temple at 12:30 with uinette, "The Young and the Old." Religious school will open this coming Sunday, September 16, at Hi a. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1S46 8. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi The usual Friday evening servk*in at 6 o'clock tonight. Tomorrow morning services begin a' %  > o'clock. The Rabbi will speak briefly in Yiddish on "Shabbos Tshuvah." Yom Kippur services will begin Tuesday evening, September 18, at 5:45 o'clock and immediately after Kol Nidrei the Rabbi will preach on "The Romance of a People." Wednesday morning Yom Kippur services beKln at 7 o'clock. At noon there Will be special children's services a d the Rabbi will preach a sermonette. At about 1 o'clock Yis" r Will be recited with a sermon : -ng Yizkor by the Rabbi on "farting of the Ways." Registra^ on for children of the Talmud Torah win begin the following Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Cantor A. S. Wiesel will chant all -irviceg. German Boat Brings Speeches The German freighter which left Miami Wednesday after a visit of several days contained a generous supply of Hitler propaganda material printed in English. Whether any of this literature was distributed is unknown. Pamphlets containing Hitler's Reichstag speech in the early part of 1934, his July speech after the murders of his opponents in Berlin and other parts, of Germany, an article, "Fair Play for Germany," and several other pieces of literature were among those on board, which could be had for the asking. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) ISt N. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The regular Friday evening services begin at 6:30 o'clock. Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach on "The Poisonous Germ in Man." Yom Kippur services will begin at 6 p. m. Tuesday, Septem-J ber 18, and the Rabbi will preach immediately after Kol Nidrei on "What Price Israel's Soul?" Yom Kippur services Wednesday morning will begin at 7 o'clock. Immediately preceding the Yizkor service the Rabbi will preach on "Our Journey Through Life ... Is It Worth Living?" Prior to the Neilah or closing service the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "The Birth of a New Jewish Humanity." Cantor Louis Hayman will chant the service*. My Column CONGENIAL CONTACTS Life in its best aspects must have a buoyancy and wholesomethat is outstanding. These qualities may be the result of a natural condition reflected in a good disposition, or they may be acquired by association and environment. It is truly remarkable how much influence our daily contacts have iii shaping our destinies. Some people are not swayed or affected by the varying influences that present themselves, but not many of us are immune to the good influences that point the way to a better life. There is so much genuine satisfaction in cultivating contacts that have a wholesome effect on our lives, that we unconsciously encourage a broadening of those impressions. It is for that reason that we enjoy most those associations that require the least effort in being congenial. You may be with them indefinitely without uttering a word. Seldom is it necessary to explain your actions. '1 nere is an understanding that borders on the divine, and nothing can shake the confidence that periect understanding conveys. It is closely akin to love, but in its broadest sense. Love in its own right may have some of the same qualities that make for this greater understanding, but it is frequently circumscribed by a narrower view of its relations to life. The congenial contacts we cultivate, broaden the viewpoint and enable us to attain the buoyancy and wholesomeness of a useful life. j. A. WATERMAN. Tampa, Fla. Welfare Groups Meet Here As we go to press an important meeting is being held in the Juvenile court rooms with Judge Beckham presiding. The meeting is being attended by members of Dade County welfare associations and includes delegates from Jewish organizations. The object is to provide clothing for underprivileged school children. The Jewish Welfare Bureau and the Junior Council of Jewish Women are among those who are aiding. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synajrog, will preach over station WIOD on Sunday morning at 8:45 on "Vicarious Atonement." The sermon will be devoted 'to the problems of the Day of Atonement. In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading and a question box. The program will be heard from 8:45 a. m. to 9:30 a. m. Today's Germany By Hon. Samuel Intermyer Summarizing, in retrospect, the effect of the world boycott against German goods and services, I think it well within the bounds to | say that it has thus far proven j successful beyond all anticipations and that it is increasing in effectiveness and intensity. It is the only defensive weapon against the intolerable persecutions that have been inflicted by the Hitler regime upon all civilization. The monstrous mis-statements that have been and are being made by men like Hanfstaengl and Dr. Luther, the latter of whom I characterized some time ago as a "propagandist masquerading as an Ambassador,' serve only to emphasize the lengths to wheh these people are willing to go in misrepresentation. What do they mean by characterizing the intolerable condition of the Jews in Germany as "fairly normal." Do they intend to imply that the horrors that these 600,000 German citizens are today enduring, many thousands of whom had shed their blood for their fatherland; their exclusion from all labor unions, which renders it impossible for them to get work or earn a living; the systematic boycott of their homes, shops and businesses and the placarding of these places with signs and pasters forbidding persons to enter; the expulsion of their officers, soldiers and sailors from the army and navy, and of their famous scientists and professors from the universities; the barring of their children from the schools; their being offically denied access to public gatherings, openly insulted, cuffed and kicked about and treated worse than dogs or slaves; their confinement and starvation in concentration camps; punishment by beating and imprisonment of their young men and girls for the crime of being found in the company of non-Jews, and the continued perpetration to this day of the endless other crimes that are as intolerable as any that have been inflicted since Hitler came into power—together constitutes the "fairly normal" conditions of life that must be endured by these martyrs until they end it all by suicide or are starved to death ? Almost ,at ithe same 'moment when these monstrous falsehoods are being uttered and repeated, and within the past few weeks, there was and still is being widely distributed in every hamlet, village, town and city, to every inhabitant throughout Bavaria, Saxony, N'uremburg and other parts of Germany, a pledge in German of which the following is a translation—with instructions to everyone to sign it, and which is being generally signed and observed: "To the Head of the Administration Circles of National-Socialist-German Workers Party (NSDAP): I herewith give my word of honor that beginning now and throughout the entire future I shall never do business of any kind directly or through an (Continued on Page 3) Jewish News Around the World Faiths to Observe Fellowship Monday Representatives of the leading religious faiths have announced plans for a nation-wide observance on October 1, as Fellowship Monday, inaugurating a program for religion and welfare recovery sponsored by a national committee of more than two hundred religious and civic leaders. "On Monday, October 1, fellowship luncheons and fellowship dinners will be given in communities all over the United States, under the leadership of pastors, priests, rabbis and welfare leaders," said Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, director of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, who is in charge of Fellowship Monday plans. "The purpose will be to bring together all the constructive elements in each community to work out plans for co-operation during the next year on projects in which they share a common interest." First Lady Will Address Hadassah Parley at Washington Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt will speak at one of the sessions of the twentieth annual convention of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist organization of America, to be held at the Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, D. C, on October 14, 15 and 16, it was announced yesterday at the national headquarters of the organization. Mrs. Alexander Lamport of Mt. Vernon, chairman of the convention committee, announced that delegates will come from 300 cities, representing 40,000 members of the organization in nearly every state. More than 1,500 delegates and guests are expected to attend. The dangers confronting world Jewry in Fascist and near-Fascist countries and the problems that have arisen in Palestine due in part to the unprecedented immigration of last year will be discussed in addresses and reports throughout the three-day sessions, Mrs. Lamport announced. The delegates will be formally welcomed to Washington by Mrs. Leopold V. Freudberg, president of the Washington Chapter ot Hadassah and local convention chairman. A feature of the opening session will be the report by Mrs. Samuel W. Haprin of Brooklyn, national president. She will portray the status of the Jews today and will indicate the problems that face the Zionist movement. Legion Commander Assails U. S. Nazis Seattle, Wash.—National Commander Edward A. Hayes of the American Legion today condemned anti-Semitism and Nazi politics in the United States in an interview here in connection with the Legion's Washington state convention in Spokane.