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The Jewish Floridian ( August 2, 1935 )

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& Jewish IFlaridi& m combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf % 8—No. 31 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1986 Price Five Cents ld hou immunities to Aid Welfare Move Hew York—An invitation to Imunities all over the United ;s to join in the co-operative r-faith observance of Loyalty |s on October 5th and C>th as of the national movement was Ed today by Walter W. Head, rman of the National Conimitjfor Religion and Welfare ReIry, and a past president of the I lrican Bankers' Association' the committee headquarters ke Lincoln Building, New York. fhis committee has issued a for a mobilization of all the BOUB and character building fs of the nation on Loyalty i the first Saturday and the | Sunday in October," stated |}Iead. "On these days, every ^h member is urgently requested all others are cordially into be present in their chosen BS of worship to rededicate lives to God and to more |ful service to their fellowmen. | |o-operative educational proit' service and stewardship [follow Loyalty Days, calling Hktion to the need for a more Hfifisli recognition of social obH^Bioiis, without which no amount liative legislation can posrestore sound prosperity! lie first step in organizing an observance in any comty is to get together rcprc|tives of the leading religious, and civic bodies who will to bring before their mem)p the plans for Loyalty Day I'ancc, which is based upon a lization of the forces of all |Ued religion. A typical Loy[l'ay Committee may include, iition to pastors, priests and 6. representatives of the press, %  chambers of commerce, busi|and industrial organizations, luncheon clubs, women's I'a rent-Teacher Associations, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Fire Girls, Y. M. C. A., Y. A., Knights of Columbus, II. A.. Y. W. H. A. and any organizations' secular or res, interested in the spiritual and moral standards of the lunity. kce the co-operation of Catholews and Protestants is obI, the aid of newspapers and [can be sought to spread the be, abroad in the community. Be interested in this co-opera|ducational program for reand welfare recovery is |to communicate with his pasriest or rabbi concerning it, may write directly for in|tion to the National CommitReligion and Welfare Beat 60 East 42nd st., New Hy. rotly the nation witnessed [lization of the American the Pacific. The army and Ivy, as well as farms and fac| railroads and highways, may ned as assets of the nation. Lmorica's greatest asset by her men and women, her ^nd girls—her citizens. Upon moral character depend our |iate recovery and our ulticivilization, more than upon ral A CALL TO DUTY Jews, though known as an impetuous people, have always, in matters of supreme importance, proceeded cautiously and carefully. Such has been the case in Greater Miami and throughout Florida as regards meetings of protest against the Hitler outrages in Germany against Jews, Catholics, workers and others. With the call to action by William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, and members of every faith throughout the world, we feel that the time has arrived in this ana for some definite and determined action to arouse public opinion. A mass meeting should be held at which the indignation of all peoples may be publicly expressed and from which some action may begin. We therefore urge all those who are interested in this movement to write or phone The Jewish Floridian immediately, volunteering to join the movement. Non-Jews are urged to join. Let us hear from vou NOW! Jewish News Around the World Nervous Ills of Race Caused by Persecution London .lews suffer far more from nervous diseases than Christians. Under similar conditions, the number of Jewish patient.may lie two or three times as great as non-Jewish, psychologists in London have established, according to the Evening Standard, a daily newspaper here. The scientists offer the explanation that "for centuries Jews have been persecuted. Years of worry and nnhappiness have left an indelible imprint on the race." Poison Fatal To Young Bride .Mrs. Charlotte Tendrich, 17, of 3071 Day ave., Coconut Glove, a bride of five months, died Wednesday night, officials said, a victim of filicide in a .Miami hospital from effects of poison. Constable George llaidic said she apparently drank poison after a family argument at her home. Mrs. Tendrich went to a show Wednesday night with her motherin-law while her husbandSammy, i;^, attended B meeting downtown with his brother. The family said there was a brief argument when they returned and the bride retired to her bedroom. She was found a short time later suffering from the poison. Shiwas in her night clothes and pinned to them was her birth certificate and a newspaper clipping announcing their marriage last -March. Funeral arrangements are in charge of the Joseph P. McGhan funeral home and will probably be held Monday with interment at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Tendrich is the daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. I. Shulan, formerly of Pittsburgh and recently of Miami and .Miami Beach, and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. GratZ of Miami Beach. battleships or material resources. "According to the most recent statistics, 62.400,000 Americans are definitely identified with some church or kindred character building organization. If all would cooperate on certain basic principles on which they can all agree, their power is sufficient to banish most of the evils of our society." "The National Committee, organized ;v little more than a year ago, now has a membership of 325 recognized national leaders, among whom are 05 bishops, ,'!8 pastors and priests, 17 rabbis, 19 college presidents and educators, 101 national church board officials, 7 welfare workers and civic leaders and 78 laymen, Catholic, Protestant and Jewish. Jr. Hadassah Women Only, Completes Fund Is Precedent New York—junior Hadassah the Young Women's Zionist Organization of America, is completing a fund with which to establish a library of books on nursing in the Hadassah Nurses' Training School in Jerusalem, it was announced yesterday by Miss Nami Brodie of New York, chairman of the library committee. The nurses' school is one of three institutions maintained by Junior Hadassah in Palestine. Contributions totaling (600 have so far been received by the national headquarters of the organization from its various groups throughout the country and individual donors. The library, which will consist mainly of works in English, will be a memorial to the late Miss Mary K. Frank of Chattanooga, who was a national vicepresident of Junior Hadassah. Miss Frank died in July of last year. A bibliography of authoritative works on nursing and hygiene is being compiled by Mrs. Shulamith Cantor, principal of the Hadassah Nurses' Training School, and will be forwarded soon to the American committee. The books will be purchased here and shipped to Palestine. "When completed the library is. expected to be one of the most comprehensive and up-to-date in its field in the entire Near Last," said Miss Brodie. "Mrs. Cantor recently completed a year's post-graduate study at Columbia University before assuming her duties at the Hadassah Nurses' Training School and has familiarized herself with the approved texts on nursing and allied subjects. The books to be sent to Palestine, which will be used as reference works by pupil and graduate nurses, will add further to the high standards of the Hadassah Nurses' Training School." The Miami and other chapters in Florida have aided in this and other Junior Hadassah undertakings. New York Ten leaders of Hadassahthe Women's Zionist Organization of America, including three representatives of Junior Hadassah. will be delegates to the nineteenth World Zionist Congress, which will be held in Lucerne, Switzerland, beginning August 20th, it was announced at the Hadassah headquarters. This will be the first time that Hadassah, comprising 50,000 members, will be represented by a delegation consisting entirely of women. The delegates will go to the congress uninstructed as to voting, but committed t<> a platform favoring laws permitting u larger Jewish immigration into Palestine and the policy of a s.ngle central labor federation of Jewish workers for the entile country, and opposing the formation of a legislative council. The Hadassah delegates constitute half of the entire general Zionist representation. The other ten are drawn from the Zionist Organization of America and Order Sonof Zion. The Labor bloc will have I'll delegates and the Mizrachi, 11, The total number of Zionist delegates from America is ")7as compared with 29 two years ago. The Hadassah representatives are .Mis. Kclward Jacobs of New York, national president, who is now \isiiing Palestine before attending the congress; Mrs. Samuel \\ Ilalprin of Jerusalem, Mis. Herman Shulman of New York, national secretary; Mis. David de Sola Pool, Mrs. Alexander Lamport and Miss Julliet N. Benjamin, all of New York; Mrs. Harry Berkman of Chicago, Miss Thelma Goldfarb of Brooklyn, national vicepresident of Junior Hadassah; Miss Pauline Knglander of Jersey City, national treasurer of Junior Hadassah, and Miss Jeanne Greenstein of Jamaica, L. I., member of the junior national board. Budapest — Eighty-five jobless young .lews are among the :!,5uo unemployed Hungarians who have petitioned the Italian embassy here for permission to enlist in the Italian expeditionary force in Abyssinia. The Hungarian governnt. however, has forbidden these would-be mercenaries to enlist in the Italian forces. The Jewish press has also appealed to the Jews not to participate in such an adventure. Catholic Veterans Ask Olympics Boycott The Amercian Olympic Commission is urged to nullify all agreements with the German government with respect to the 1936 Olympics to be held in Berlin in a resolution adopted Saturday night by the Catholic War Veterans, Inc., a national organization with headquarters in Long Island City. In another resolution the veterans express "shock and surprise" at there, c u t activities of the German government London—An open letter to Chancellor Hitler, asserting that his policy is leading to permanent dishonor to the German nation, was addressed by the executive committee of the Quakers of Great Britain. It urged that an end be put to racial and political persecutions in Germany if it desires to awaken good will abroad. Ladies Plan Benefit Picnic Mrs. Max Weinberger will be chairman of the annual picnic bein r sponsored for the benefit of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at Hardie's Casino, .Miami Beach, on sin day. August llth. Plans Include the serving of dainty Jewish dishi's the entire day. This will include plate lunches and individual dishes. In charge id' arrangements and assisting the chairman are Mrs. I. Hosengarten, assistant chairman and Mesdames H. Traeger, M. Dacks, Max Mintzer, William Clein, M. Moss, N. Pritiker, Max Rappaport, H. Shulman, I. Hirsehfield, N. Blumberg and J. L. Shochet.



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Friday, August 2, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDI.W Page Three wJewislh floridian FUJKIDA'S ONLT ntWUH WKIKLT PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN rrm.isiHNG ro P. O. Ilox 2'J73 News Tower Bldg. .Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5304 oil S. W. 16th Avenue EDITORIAL (HI ICES: Phone 2-1181 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Kditor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative 1 •" "' ,l ,,|:i '"-'l'"'-' "l> I. 1980. :ii the Pout Oflire al Miami Florida under the Act of March I, ST. PETERSBURG R \i;i:i A. S. KLEINFELD Representative WEST PALM BEACH s. SCHUTZER Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative STATEWIDE NEWS Jacksonville News West Palm Beach Notes Tampa Notes Mr, and Mrs. Ernest E. Barrett end daughter, Margaret Leah, returned to their home in Atlanta after a visit at Atlantic Beach. Miss Florence Abisch of Jackson. ville, Fla., arrived to spend three Weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. Montha Year SUHSCRII'TION Jl.no $2.00 FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1935 Vol. 8—No. 31 A tombstone in memory o* Miss a,,(l Mrs. Harry Halpern. l.ueille Love Lasarow was unveiled recently in the Jewish Temple Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lasarow, parents of Miss Lasarow, and their friends attended. Mrs. A. Ilershkorn left for New York to visit relative's and friends. Cantor Boris Schlachman conducted the services at Rodoph Sholom Temple last Friday evening and Saturday morning. -Memorial addresses were delivered by Rabbi Adolph Burger and Mr. M. G. Rosenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of Tampa, in memory of the late Dr. Theo. Iler/.l, Chayim N. Bialik and SheMrs, .la.k Sneider and m aryah Levin. Mr. ant son, Richard, of Miami, Fla., vis*" %  •' h ""' |M< W '" k The Hebrew school Of Rodoph Sholom was reopened Monday Mrs. Bella Moss left tor a visit morning at 9 o'clock. Sessions will to Washington, D. C., from where hc K 1(| during „ R sumnR 1 mnn{ ^ she will travel to Chicago, her for,,,„„ ,, ,„ ,, ., „, t V( |v Isaac Peiser conmer "Ome, lor a month's vacation. I ,, \ '. Raobi Ad lph Burger returned Mr. and Mrs. A. I.erner left lor al ,,. 1 a short visit jn Miamj and their home m Philadelphia. Miami Reach Funeral services for Albert K. Leon, *-, who died Tuesday at his home, after an illness of several months, were held last week in the funeral home of Mrs. William C, Cooper, jr. ducted the services. Pallbearers were .lames A. Craig, Julius Naumberg, Max Oberdorfer, I.elioy Walker, Fred Iiuckey and Fred Moses. Burial was in Temple Cemetery. Mi. and Mrs. II. Aaron of Pahokee left last week for New York Mr. Leon had been a resident of l '" r a business and pleasure trip. Jacksonville for 54 years. He \va^ chairman of the hoard of the Jacksonville Loan and Insurance Company. A large gathering attended a card parly sponsored by Sisterhood Beth El la-t Sunday night at (he home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Schcr, Palm Beacjh. Several tables of Hitler Madness at Its Height Events in Germany during the past week or ten days, and their repercussion throughout the civilized world, emphasize a number of painfully pertinent truths. Hitler Germany, more so now than in the past two barbaric vears, is Miss Amelia Greenwalt of Jackdesperately determined to annihilate its Jewish inhabitants, Bonville Beach left to visit friends bri d *e i "" 1 other card K mM slopping at nothing to achieve its dastardlv end. Nazi offiand relatives in Atlanta and Deenjoyed Devious refreshments cialdom does not resort to veiled language in making known catur, Ga. e "" e s,n I his diabolical objective: "We do not want the Jew." said Paul Joseph Goebbels, minister of propaganda and official Miss Rosalyn Magezzis was hosBpokesman for the Third Reich. "If he persists in living tess recently to the Nottaman Cluh. among us, he must conform to our rules of hospitality. Cer-,' instead of the regular meeting tain classes of intellectuals have interposed that, after all. there was a bridge party given the Jew is also a human being-. Well, it might also be argued for Miss Helen Coan of New fork. that the flea is an animal, but it is not a very pleasant anAfter the card games the hostess, imal." assisted by her mother, Mrs. 0. One of the best informed foreign correspondents. FredMagezzis and by Miss Ann Witten, erick T. Kirchall, writing in the New York Times of last served a novel iced vegetable fruit Wednesday, makes this observation: "Events of the last course, hanana cream pie and an lour days have abundantly proved that under her presiced drink. cnl rulers, Germany is no longer a land in which any selfEnjoying this affair were Mrs. respecting person of Jewish race or ancestry may find comIsadore Moscovitz, Mrs. .lack LanI'ort. happiness or security anti-Semitism in its worse •'"". Mrs. Nathan Morganstern, lrm is in the saddle here, and there is nothing save perhaps Misses Ann Witten, Alyee Schevitz, some echo of world opinion to exercise the least check Doris Shapiro, Mary Kramer, Rosinii it." alyn Magezzis and Helen Coan, the This leads to the second poignantly significant fact: In l """" guests. I lie course of the past two years Nazi Germany has extended lit* tentacles into some of the leading countries of the world. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Grccnherg Cantor Boris Schlachman of Miami Beach, who has been the guest of Rabbi Adolph Burger, returned to Miami. Mrs. I. Abramovitz after Spending a week Beach in Jacksonville. returned at Pablo Palm Beach Lodge No. 1186B'nui B'rith, Will meet (Monday (Continued on Page 4) Orlando Notes Tempi.' Schaari Zedekat DeLeon and S. Delaware lives., holds services Friday evenings at 7:.iu o'clock during the summer months. Mr. Harry Kottelman returned home from the Orange General Hospital after undergoing an operation. Services at Congregation Knesses Yisroal, Oak and Central aves., are held every Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning at 8 and Sunday morning at 9, Miss Shirley Bettigold is visiting relatives and friends in Miami and Miami Beach. and family of San Francisco have returned after a 10-day outing at Neptune Beach. Austria, Poland, a number of the adjacent countries have |l n wooed; and if they have not been entirely won over. Ihey have been sufficiently impregnated with the Nazi virus to serve Hitler's more immediate purposes. This process of %  impregnation continues gaining momentum as time goes on. Mrs. %  • M. Lippman, accompa|Nor have the more powerful countries been spared. In Eng-I nied >'> hl %  two daughters, Alise Hand, where two vears ago the protests against Nazi bar•"" l Lucile, left for New Ifork, 1 ii ism were loudest, the sentiment, certainly in official cirwhere they will remain for a kles, has undergone considerable change, to the chagrin and '>"" h Lucile will go to Green It c keen disappointment of liberal-minded people everywhere. Mountain Camp for Girls in VerHere in the United States it is enough that in the entire mont |to years (if Hitler madness neither the president nor even 7,777 %  the secretary of state found himself impelled to utter a Mrs. Morris Wolfson and daughI* ord of disapproval. It is not difficult to understand the ; Edith, and sons. Saul and \.,frpiril animating those Jews who would stage a march from than, returned by motor from a all parts of the country on the Capitol as a means of regis<" %  in Oklahoma with Mrs. Wolftcring their protest—understandable even if undesirable. "West daughter, Mrs. I. KasAt no time in all its colorful history has world Jewry found itself in a more tragic, in a more helpless position. |Am| the future is veiled in darkness.—(The Jewish Exponent) Tn Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph n u n L .1 i_ Sholom Temple is planninir a dance is.s ( arolme Rosenhaum. daugh. "" %  ""* nti M ter of Mrs. Isahelle Rosenhaum, and member of the National Women Painters and Sculptors of America, is preparing for the art eontest that will ho held this winter. at the Moulin Rouge night club Tuesday evening, August 6th. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson and Mrs. Simon Marks have charge of the affair. '•i Vviv Doctor Develops Pyorrhea her of patients whom he had cured Cure (xpressed their complete approval of his discovery. 1 \'i. A cure for pyorrhea, avesl dental disease known. The WIMMII.MII Central I'Vderabeen discovered hy Dr. A. tion of German Societies unequivIVysotzky, Tel Aviv Jewish physiocally rejected the swastika as the ian. Dr. Wysotsky's cure consists emblem to be displayed at the an injection which has been 100 "German Day" celebration in Miller cent effective since he began waukce on July 27 and 28. Twenpperimenting with it in 1988. A ty-seven member organizations votIroup of leading Palestine medical ed against the swastika and fourPofeSBOrs, including Drs. Zondek, teen for it. By a vote of fiftylaranick and Berger, witnessed a three to nineteen. Nazi delegates [emonstratlon of Dr. Wysotsky's were ejected from a tumultuous fethod and after examining a nummeeting called to count the vote.-. Mrs. Joseph Weintraub and son, Paul, are enjoying a vacation motor trip, visiting friends in New York, Providence and points in Canada. Mr. Shelly Rosenhaum of Chicago returned home after a visit with his mother, Mrs. I. Rosenhaum, and sisters, Misses Hannah and Caroline Rosenhaum. Irwin Berger returned from the North. TAMPA Y. M. H. A. The Diamondhall Dance attracted quite a number of the younger set at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday evening of last week. Clara and Charlie Wohl of Tampa spent the week-end in Orlando. Miss Tyhel Witter, stein is vacationing in the North. Miss Hindalyn Kottelman returned home from Camp Chowenwaw Mrs. A. Shapiro and daughters are vacationing In Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg and young son, Ralph, of Albany, Ga., arrived Thursday to spend three weeks at the Casa Marina Hotel. Jacksonville Beach. Mr. Rosenberg will leave Sunday for New York, where hc will spend two weeks, and then join his family. They will have as their guest Miss Regina Sterner of this city. Miss Ruth Wolley is visiting in Jacksonville, A public bridge is being arranged by the women's group and will be held in the "Y" auditorium on Wednesday evening, August 14th. The chairman is Mrs. A. M. Wolf, son. and Mrs. Simon Marks, COchairman, who announced that in addition to all games of cards they will also play checkers, chess, dom. inoes, etc. Mr. and nounce the Monday at Hospital. Mrs. B. Arstein anbirth of a daughter the Orange General Mrs. 1. J. Becker of Orlando and Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner entertained at a surprise miscellaneous shower (Continued on Page 4) Mr. and Mrs. I. Becker and daughter are In Chattanooga. Orlando Lodge 1043, Order B'nai B'rith, is undertaking an extensive campaign for members. A sterling silver cup is being offered of lnt board of directors of the to the brother who obtains the most V members during the campaign. The next amateur night will take place on Sunday evening. August 18th, at the Y. M. H. A. building. Entries are being received from adults and children. on Sunday the pool tournam -nt will start. The membership committee of the IS'nai B'rith will meet on Monday evening at the "V." On Tuesday evening the Merryfellowa and the A. Z. A. will hold meetings. Wednesday evening is women's day in the gym, where reducing and tap dancing la given by Mrs. Roy Salsbury. Thursday the Boy Scouts meet, and on Monday evening, August 5th, there will be a meeting



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Page Four EdiUd by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI r r.4r and Director. R*4lo Jrufoc 0/ Aaariaa SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLOUIiJA THE JEWISH FL0RIP1AX Jacksonville News (Continued from Page : ana bridge, honoring Wednesday afternoon. Several tables of contract bridge were enjoyed. High score Bister, awarded. favors were Mrs. Davidson was astheir sisiei, i"<" — .. M,., oh Grossb rg. in the Carl-1 s.sted by her daugihter, Estelle. ing Hotel. After several %  amea of bridge Temple Beth Israel services toand poke „a, Upholder of high)night wiH begin atJrlS.^th Dr. I, Mr by thi an : al.'inl SERMON DELIVERED ON SUNDAY, .11 I.V 28, 1985 "World of Make Believe" Scripture Reading, Micah, Chapter IV, Verse •"> A gentleman who claims to be a student of religions, and whose does display intellii round of wide reading and, tematic scholastic training, has taken me to task. verses. Sh( He expresses the opinion that all those who hold to some relig is faith are mentally and emotionally unsound. He ay it in BO ,rds, but lie implies that they an %  He flatters me, aone may look at it, by crediting me with ei intell ind understanding of the situation I igh it. through the i licting religiou My deny th or charges ol menial or emotional instability which he tes to those who seek I %  • %  I know whether my learned fi i rge Elliott's • Dai l i nda," but there is a if I corn it, n "Gi "ills find i m life in art, did I -ay V Ko, onlj h ape, • there ems t" I"' a greatei i the one ; %  • day. P rha] we, who havi do not, cannot, "ill not pi B 1 thi i, AI •nted Carl S. Herman officiating. Friday, Aug Ust 2 193. Miss Lillian Schwartz l e f t tertained a group of riend their home last Thursday. Joe H. Lesser conducted servi*. at Beth El last Friday night delivered a short talk. HI score at each table was prese a crystal flower bowl. A delicious salad course and onade were -rived. \ shower of lovely gifts erRf surrounded Mrs. II. Sterling ol Fort Landerning her parkdale last Sunday, and enjoyed the their acafternoon at the B'nai H nth picnic. 'er'serv! Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bulesky, mghter, Alice and Mr. and Mis veralbeaullaimowitz and children of Lake of linen. Twelve cream Worth motored to Fort Lauderdale t „ ft, the e | n Sunday, a vere 1 hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zuckerman and sons, Sydney and Norton, | folof Delray Beach, visited Mr. and New York last Sunday after extended stay with her sister |J brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs ul Gruner. Miss Schwartz took b2 with her to New York Baby Bid 1\ som shore, a niece, to her parcJ then. Mrs. Max Moss of Miami viijJ her so,,, lla.ry. and relatives he. Saturday. Congregation Beth El holds %  1 ices tonight at the temj le on F st., conducted by lay men the congregation. s : %  I : Mr. and Mrs. I a lore Mos % %  %  E. Greenberg, her daughter, Jennie l and her : Aaron and "Boot' nome in • N. •'•• after spending ten Mr. and Mrs. Sim in M ty rhood lost TuesSev. Mr. S. Mass left on a businsi| trip for about three months, Ask for NEW YOKh. BREAD At All Good Stores Mass of PhiladelparAMBULANCE SERVICE AHKRN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Prei 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 : "ho] M I 1 %  n a 1 1 know about thi 1 % %  I do ; I think you f? if 'on ind groping, is he 1 I 'Id withii he believer lives and 11 %  many of his problems 1 %  annot >| the wiser one .' Is he not 1 let Why you should denoui el er I fail to comprehend. D ei Or is il that you are envious of his state of happiness which you do not enter? If the unbeliever is sane, then it may be ng to say, "Poor devil, he's' sane." I Buggest that you try the tturid of religious make believe. %  %  ; wenr^fc TORGSIN GIFTS (RUSSIA) Send a TORGSIN ORDER to your relatives and friends ie U. S. S. R. Torgsin Stores are located in the r cities of the Soviet 1 Gnd carry various ( )rte %  I 1 P; .,> in 1 • ,,-.-., c at %  BINS ROOFING A SHEET METAL WORKS I Part; l: R j n ,. l gig < Ins P ( and Ask for \e York Bread ,,, N ,, .„. 2^2 \. \\. 26th St. Phone 2-370.". Al All Good Stores H A N S 0 \ Bstablith ROOFING AND 328 \. E. 13th St. ROOFING CO. %  hd SIM.,. 1(14 K METAL CONTRACTOR Phones 2-1831—2-6582 "Jacksonville's Leading Hotel" THE SEMINOLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ['MAS. R 1 '• A ai 1 will : your individual co • for! 1 latt r of 1 niporI m locati (I in art of Evi Ro 'i 1 bination Tub 1 er Bath, Radio, E Ceiling Fan, Slat Door imer V*i 1 I lation, Comfortable Beds with Matl of Inner Spring Construction and Individual R e 1
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    h-iday, August 2, 1935 TI1K JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Five KXICTY I; -• %  LipaltZ, operator of Kosedale, popular Jewish hotel |t i endersonville, directs our at(ntion to a recent statement of Hendersonville Chamber of mmerce, giving the true facts the infantile paralysis epiin North Carolina. The |gti ment appearing elsewhere in Jewish Floridian shows that lendersonvilk is not affected and three hundred miles from the zone. Mrs. Lipsitz will be I py to welcome her many friends the hotel and promises them a tiv enjoyable time. Marion Bronner of Miami Beach -pending some time in New lork City and is a guest at the arhizon-Plaza Hotel. Announcement is made of the |ith of a son to Mr. and Mrs. rk l'eretzman, former Miamians, I now in Michigan City, Ind. Mr. ii.t/.man is the son of Mr. and Charles Peretzman of this %  ty. • • • |One of the most outstanding cuts of the summer season is reservational dance and buffet IT being sponsored by Junior |Bdassah Sunday evening, August at the Blackstone Hotel Palm %  rdens. Reservations are inleasing steadily, and are in charge the committee consisting of Miss a Goodkowsky, chairman; Mrs. Chaiken, Miss Beck Nash and i Sylvia Wilensky. [Elaborate arrangements for the iyment of the guests include a 11sho from one of Miami's Ivorite ni^ht clubs. Mannie Gates' r tra will play for dancing, midnight the guests are to be t i buffet supper at tables, bich will be placed in the Palm Helens. Vari-colored lights will I o decorate the dance patio among the palm tree foliage. %  nations must be made in ad|ncc with any of the members of lc committee. IJliss Sylvia Miller, daughter of |r. and Mrs. II. II. Miller of L1S6 VV. Fifth st., left for Long lach, Long Island, N. Y., to visit r brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I Mrs. Al Nadler. larry Rosenstein, 10, residing at ii st., won first prize for State of Florida in the essay i conducted recently by the |i al Association of Audubon I s. The youth, a pupil of henandoah school under Mrs. Roberta, was notified of his by letter from Alden H. y, educational director of the 1 ty. He is the son of Mr. anil Rosenstein. # Morris Rubin was hostess I heon and bridge last week I home honoring Mrs. Albert! f of Tuscaloosa, Ala., who is II her parents, Mi-, and .Mrs. E. Greenfield of Miami K"ses and cut flowers were oil the table and covers were for .".II guests. irs. A. Franklyn Friedman was I 1 al a luncheon and bridge Friday at her home for Mrs. Hen. Otthe "We Live Again," with Anna Sten and Fredric March in its lead"I" the employes yesterday. The ing roles, will bring to the Tivoli medals are given each year to driv. Theatre screen next Sunday and ers who, during the preceding 12 Monday the first directorial effort months, have driven a truck or auPower Officials Present Medals The annual presentation of safe driving medals was made by II. II. llyman. southern division manager of the Florida Power & Light Co., at the bi-monthly safety meeting Of Rouben Mamoulian since he completed "Queen Christina" with Greta Garbo last year. Mamoulian directed the piilurization of the Tolstoy novel under its new title for Samuel Goldwyn. "We Live Again" is Miss Sten's second picture in America; it follows the "N'ana," in which she made her debut last year. Her costardom with Fredric March marks the third of a trio of pictures with the latter star to be shown throughout the country almost simultaneously. March's name part in "The Affairs of Cellini" is first. then with Norma Shearer and Charles taughton in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street," and third, "We Live Again" as his final work of the season. Preston Sturges, Maxwell Anderson and Leonard Praskins wrote the screen play of "We Live Again" and Sergei Soudeikin created the scenic backgrounds and settings. The film is released through United Artists. tomobile 8,000 miles or more without an accident. At the meeting 42 employes in the Miami area received medals for four years of driving without an accident; 46 for three years' driving; :u for two years' driving, and (11 for one year's driving. SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over stationWIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Fasting, Is It a Fixation?" The sermon will deal with the Fast of the Ninth of Ov, and the rabbi will discuss the merit or futility of fasting. There will also be prayers, | scripture reading and a question box. GOOD JUDGMENT One of the most thrilling crashes seen in "Hell's Anges," Howard Hughes' $4,000,000 air classic at the Seventh Avenue Theatre next Sunday ami Monday, is one not called for in the script. The company was on location at Oakland airport. Fifty planes were "dog fighting," staging the big realistic air battle which is a spectacular climax of the picture. Suddenly two of the planes collided. 0,000 feet in mid-air. One plane, flown by Stewart Murphy, lost an aileron and Murphy was forced t %  > resort to his parachute. He made a safe landing, but the wrecked plane hurtled to the ground a mass of splinters. The other pilot, Ira Reed, elected to "ride his plane," and by skillful maneuvering, landed it safeley with but slight damage. Fortunately, the entire accident was recorded by the "Hell's Angels" cameras, so that a real and accidental smash-up will be seen among those so carefully planned and executed, lending added excitement to the breath-taking spectacle. MONDAY IS DEALINE FOR PAYMENT OF TAX Dade county property owners whose realty holdings are listed for sale on August 5 by Leonard K. Thompson, county tax collector, because of delinquent taxes, have until Monday morning to pay the tax arrears and prevent sale of the property. The Miami city commission and particularly its presiding officer. Mayor Fossey, is to be commended for the splendid manner in which the delegation representing the unemployed of Miami was handled the other day. It was rather a delicate situation. Here were men and Women who faced a very uncertain future and were in a rather unpleasant and unenviable present. To men and women who lacked the very essentials id' life, driven on by the eric-, of hungry children, it needed but little to arouse them to violent action which they would later regret. The true American spirit of according a hearing to all who desired to be heardthe calm and mature judgment exercised by the mayor and the members of the commission led all to feel that their peaceful purposes were to be accorded real consideration. The appointment of a committee representative of every element of the city's population should enable some methods to be found whereby the unemployed can be helped and their material wants supplied. The Jewish people of Miami "ill not lie found wanting when the call is made. Federal to Lower Rates For a Delightful Vacation Stop at the FIFTH AVE. HOTEL 709 5th Ave. West HENDF.RSONVILLE, N. C. Phone 829J STRICTLY KOSHER Low Hates Operated by I. MARKOWITZ and JACK WLCHER White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel COMBS i:vr \IIIISIII:I> I MM I I. I frrr to Oftll upun in at AU\ turn for inrtirniati.nl or advirr. Wc have beautiful, well ruuipuril I unrr.ii Homei in Miami and Hi-a, Ii "In conformity with recommendations made to all Federal Savings antl Loan Associations, this association is reducing the rate of interest charged on first mortgage loans," says Harry I. Upton, president, Federal Savings and Loan A ociation of Miami, Congress building. It should be clearly understood, however, that the interest rate is variable. "The basic rate is six per cent but this is a basic rate, and the Intl list actually charged for a loan may lie slightly more or slightly less than this, according to the natur • of the property offered as security for the loan. "For example, a loan granted on tinsecurity of a very desirable property may be arranged at an intt rest rate as low as five and one-half per cent per annum, whereas, in the case of a less desirable property involving a greater degree of risk, the rate may have to be fixed as high as 6.6% or even slightly higher, in some instances. "It all depends upon the value antl desirability of the security involved. However, the basic rate is now six per cent; antl this may be usetl in calculating the probable cost of the average loan made to the average borrower by this association." Ask for NEW YORK KREAD At All Good Stores CHARLES 15. SELDEN I rliln.l I'IIIIII, \ nl.nt 750 Sryhold Bids. Member Florida Institute of Accountants TELEPHONE I-41II POOSOOoaooooosooQiCitiOfrOOq 1 Bring: Your Films to Us for Printing; and Developing Have Your FLsh Catch Photographed WE SPECIALIZE IN MARINE PHOTOGRAPHY %  m i>: %  .,: ::-iri<>• Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores Beers Photo Co. 212 N. E. Fourth St. PHONES: 2-9311 2-9829 2-4034 CARBONS—RIBBONS BURTON BRAND World's Best Bl'RTON CRAIG CO. %  s lla. Nat'l Bank Bldg. 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    p I THE JEWISH I I oKIDIAN Friday.^ August 2,1935 Monster Meeting Urges Action The Ecuador Agreement 0 f two thousand dele. %  nting close thousand organizations, of all groups of opinion, whose member500, meetii ,-. n 0 tel Pennsylvania last week pgency coi under the 0 f the American Jewish th( Jewish Labor ittec in connection with the ,| terror in Germai ed a program of action ng about "the organiz d reVn erican citizens, Hesa of faith or race," to the "The foundati u 1 I civilization by the present regime in Gi rmany. I„ the addresses of the sp< and ii adopted, co„f the nations of the I of the United government in particular, was be.,,„, hi •'> make known to the Hitnment the abhorrence of ,) its brutal polpression ami persecution groups and all minority opinion. The : ,| Nations was ui t r<-'• and '•'"' United %  i,. in was called upon > pr< -. n: commercial with Nazi Germany and to ,,.(•;. ;., renew commercial rela1, long athe present policy mtinued. The American public al large ... ;i urged i" support a policy of • Germany through the the boycott as -a most 1 weapon in combating the Hi, ai cxpression of the condemnation ol the An %  of the revo I ,,,.. the Hitler government and of liberating the ..,, people from oppression. l lation of all organizat j ...ting the boycott was called for m formal resolutions adoj zance of the attack ,„, • minority opinion in Germany ami thai "the Hitler a nu ni,,c to the foundacivilization which affects all elements of society." the i-n,,1, ... ,. recommended to the con%  1 1. that it take .-tops "to establish the co-operation between representatives of Jewish inter" interests, of the Catholic ( hurch, or the Protestant church ;,„ ( | .,, all persecuted groups in Gern any in all matters pertaining to 1 G man situation." I a declaration preceding the resolutions unanimously adopted by Ui,conference, and in tin. addn ,,f %  pal speakers, the rclith 'ed stategovern,„, %  Sazi outrages was deplored, ami thi view expressed that our government can no longer delay action. i Ash for New York ltn-ad At All Good Stores The announcement that tie eminent of Kcuador has officially agreed to set aside for the dish colonization agen• eient land capable of maintaining 60,000 Jewish families may be of interest not only to Jewish institutions interested in the fate of German and Polish Jews, but also 10 the League of N'at! I Only Wednesday .lameG. McDonald, the high commi refugees, apr* I to the l take over the respongibility for ettlins the Jewish refugeea from Germany along the same lines as II did with regard to ,. ;. \ Bn Armenian and other refugees. If the I .< a. u • Nations elaims •hat it find tling -lev ''_'"' a valid • XCUSC The 1,260 1 : nd now allotted by the government of Ecuadoi • nvalidati any there is no territory when Jewish refugees can he admitl The newwhich Comes from lain,do: i ii"t a surprise to those which wire quietly conducting negotiations with a number of smaller governn 1 colonize Jewish rei their lands on a large scale. Such notions were conducted W Portui ivernment to v for Jewish 1 Such 1 1 are being conducted with • government for 'he adn .lews in Syria. The detailof incut reached between Ei med -lew ish El a and 1 /.anon Sociit] %  president of Ecuador, which v.. <; made yesterday in Ixindon, have I '"'" %  v:irious tec *" „-. They were made yesterday only in connecter, ,, %  f Jewish • rganizations wnicn in London this week-end. This which will be by prominent non-Jews ,ed in the Present J< situation in Europe, was ..nan,zed tat ives of .e,i,al Jewish organizations interested In eonfor Eun ai izers of this coneople of recognized as far as Jew ; coi strucare concerned. •'lent with the adorian government he ratified at the London conference, a new .,,. „in i,e op "ed in the history of Jewish colonization, only Jewish refugees from GerMilitated to Kcuador. but al-o .lews from ..,• countries where population isuffering -ion. TO is no doubt that thi also will attract the i: %  uch organizations Joint Distribution Co t, -he Hilfsverein and 1 at v : which is now raising a lame fund for the rehabilitation of German ref al-.%  will he attracted by the law opportunities offered in Ecuadoi. Y. M. H. A. Host To Members \„ enthusiastic and lame crowd attended the membership "get-to• meeting Wednesday night ,,,the Young Men's Hebrew Association at its clubrooms. Twentythree new members were admitted ... the result of the recent drive, under t he direction of the member.hi,, committee headed by Al Berkowitz, chairman. Chester Alex.„„,„., popular entertainer, was of ceremonies and introthe singers, dancers and other entertainers. Guests were seat, ,| .„ long tables during the evening to enjoy the luncheon 1 Later in the evening card! vl enjoyed and smokes were providj IA meeting of the board of dj*"* tors of the organization wiiitl held next Wednesday eveniu the clubrooms. H(.-.rR< *.'• AVH Is. .' Sun.-Mon., Aug. 4-5 Fredric March Anna St en WE LIVE AGAIN Dr. Leonard W. Haskin Specialiting in the Scientific Kxaminatinn of the Kycs an,..|..-r Pittiai f ""• "lasses Air-Cnnditioeied Office 121 V E. lir-l SI. PhOM I-MM '"* ••" %  Av. 5."StM-„„„i,,, Sun.-Mon., Aug. I-.I .lean llarlou lien I.yon James Hall HELL'S ANGELS VITROLITE— 11 nu STOW 1 RONTfi GLASS— Windshields, Plate, etc. I'. & A. MIAMI'S ONL1 I HMI'I II I. GAR A (. E Bpci 1.1I Jnl) Benic* \\, ci %  •> r nd p.-i - QUALITY POULTRY MARKET 1932 S. \\. 8th St. The Finest Poultrj, Rea inably Pi ed, Kosher Killed, at any time. Special Rates for Hotels and Restaurants PHONE 2-9696 Notice to Certificate Holders of the Sale of Remaining Assets of DADE COUNTY SECURITY COMPANY July 18, 1935 JUIV in, !.>•> Notice is hereby Riven thai on Jill} l-ih. 1935, M. A. Smilh. a* Liquidator of Ihr Diule County Serurily Company, entered into an agreement. a|i|iro\eil li> proper court, with Ih,Mnoiu MortKOKC Ai ltenll>. In... i I lorld> Corporation, for the ?ale and purchane of the unliquidated %  aoota "I I>;,.!.• County Socurity Company, cacoptiiui iherefrom Homf Ownora* l.onn Corporation honds and all canh on hand or on dopoail ;iof l:M IV M. Mm II, I9J5. Th naldfratlon i One Million .>I.mio.oini.nci %  Dollar-, which i now depoailed in nrrov wilh Hie Plorida National Honk \ I >u-i Company, oi Miami. Florida. The Miami Hortian A purpoM "I dolna a martvacc 1100.01 par raluc each. Th i:ilarH Hall oi JackMnville. Realty, Inr., wh*> are acquirini the aaneln ot lln Dadf I untily Serurily Company, han heen nriranized for th> mil real eatate bualneaa. The authorhiod capital Htocli ol thii corporation ii SI.IIIIII.IMIII.OII. divided into aharen ol capital Rtoch i> lull, paid, nun aaaoaaable and all of equal votlni power. Tincorporation ia headed by Mr. Mr. Hall i head of Ihe Florida "-"—' "-•>•• "•—• 1100.00 par value each. The capital atoch ii fully paid, non Maeaaable ami all of equal votlni power. Tincorporation ia headed hy Mr. I.il.arrl Hall of .lack-oni ill. Mr. Hall i* head of the Horicln National Hank Hyatem of tin. vial, and repriHenln likewise Ihe l>u Ponl Intereata, who are lar^. real .-talc opcraior. in Florida. I hiin-tiiuiion will therefore be in Ihe hands of financially reaponaiblc hu-inew men. The purchaaer "ill ha-, on ,1a.from deliver] ol ahatraetl in which la namine theae ahirarls and approve lillea to the properti.-. VI the end "f -uch time the One Million C$1, tollars will be delivered lo Ihe Liquidator ami ihe transfer of title to all aaaela will be effected, I'nder Ho Ii rnn option ol lakini Ihcr .0 which the] hold, thai h.ill on n ihe s In limplc term-, it i DollHrwith ihe option of taking all shareof equal \:>tiim now if the contract entered into, Ihe preaenl aertlfical proportionati part ol thipurchase price, wh. hV, ^.r::..v;.:^;v 'v;.:V^,V.':^.:d^:::.',.;:^MV.::; %  ^ 1 : : r ::;:' vx&^Hz ZStt"^ 0 ':, „ M d "v !m % & l "£^%% • %  • %  %  "• %  %  1 1 %  ->! %  >-' I"!I !" .-.HV^ on all cerlificnlc. whither ion have elected to r, to -in reo.lei to Ihe I ii|iinlal or your I .iipiiilaloi iHircha in.i compa ...i,....,..,,,. i ei,ui,ale ii> .o that the liquidation ma] he wound up. it i-. of course, difficult al this time to I NICELEY FUNERAL HOMF. 1236 Washington Avc. Miami Iteach Phono 5-335S It la, of courae, difficult at tintime to alvc ron am definite iio.. ,„ .. i.: .u .L coed, ol the and Ihe iln.l ,1 nd from the .,,.. ,,,;,,, nip., I'.' '" '' 1 "' N -namely the l per ecnt from the pro Realty. I,,,., can I m pie ted and .he dividend .ted under three month. .,„ ,T t "'."' "' M,ta '" lh Miami M r, "V' to three month, lain. "" "lolltliI,,,,, anil Ihe other dividend -hould follow in perhaps from In mak,in: ihe sale of the remaining a.els of Ihe Dade Count] Berurll, ,_• .. .. i the State of Florida feel that a fair eaah value tor the reraalnina atweU ia V '""''• "" '"'"'"ator and the Comptroller Court of Da,i, County, Florida. Wo, therefore, feel that all Certificate hM "" %  'nod, and Ihe tale haa heen approved hy the Circuit eaah value for their holdlnn al Ihe present date. Certificate holders rleclina to rHi^t Ii"? '" 1 1 ll "" ,:i -h dividend will receive a rair the slock in the purchosini: corporation will he associated with reliable hu.ii,.. ~1-1 !"L ""•"' mlere-t in these assets hy suharribinii t" operalion of the affairs of Ihe corporation. >oi.,n,.. „„„ ami their Interest, will he fully protected in the future M. A. SMITH, as Liquidator Dade County Security Company


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    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    August 2, 1935

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    United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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    THE JEWISH UNITY
    FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf
    %
    8No. 31
    MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1986
    Price Five Cents
    ld
    hou
    immunities to
    Aid Welfare Move
    Hew YorkAn invitation to
    Imunities all over the United
    ;s to join in the co-operative
    r-faith observance of Loyalty
    |s on October 5th and C>th as
    of the national movement was
    Ed today by Walter W. Head, '
    rman of the National Conimit-
    jfor Religion and Welfare Re-
    Iry, and a past president of the I
    lrican Bankers' Association'
    the committee headquarters '
    ke Lincoln Building, New York.
    fhis committee has issued a
    for a mobilization of all the
    BOUB and character building
    fs of the nation on Loyalty i
    , the first Saturday and the |
    Sunday in October," stated
    |}Iead. "On these days, every
    ^h member is urgently request-
    ed all others are cordially in-
    to be present in their chosen
    bs of worship to rededicate
    lives to God and to more
    |ful service to their fellowmen. |
    |o-operative educational pro-
    it' service and stewardship
    [follow Loyalty Days, calling
    Hktion to the need for a more
    Hfifisli recognition of social ob-
    H^Bioiis, without which no amount
    liative legislation can pos-
    restore sound prosperity!
    lie first step in organizing
    an observance in any com-
    ty is to get together rcprc-
    |tives of the leading religious,
    and civic bodies who will
    to bring before their mem-
    )p the plans for Loyalty Day
    I'ancc, which is based upon a
    lization of the forces of all
    |Ued religion. A typical Loy-
    [l'ay Committee may include,
    iition to pastors, priests and
    6. representatives of the press,
    chambers of commerce, busi-
    |and industrial organizations,
    luncheon clubs, women's
    I'a rent-Teacher Associations,
    Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts,
    Fire Girls, Y. M. C. A., Y.
    A., Knights of Columbus,
    II. A.. Y. W. H. A. and any
    organizations' secular or re-
    s, interested in the spiritual
    and moral standards of the
    lunity.
    kce the co-operation of Catho-
    lews and Protestants is ob-
    I, the aid of newspapers and
    [can be sought to spread the
    be, abroad in the community.
    Be interested in this co-opera-
    |ducational program for re-
    and welfare recovery is
    |to communicate with his pas-
    riest or rabbi concerning it,
    may write directly for in-
    |tion to the National Commit-
    Religion and Welfare Be-
    at 60 East 42nd st., New
    Hy.
    rotly the nation witnessed
    [lization of the American
    the Pacific. The army and
    Ivy, as well as farms and fac-
    | railroads and highways, may
    ned as assets of the nation.
    Lmorica's greatest asset by
    her men and women, her
    ^nd girlsher citizens. Upon
    moral character depend our
    |iate recovery and our ulti-
    civilization, more than upon
    ral
    A CALL TO DUTY
    Jews, though known as an impetuous people, have always, in matters
    of supreme importance, proceeded cautiously and carefully. Such has
    been the case in Greater Miami and throughout Florida as regards meet-
    ings of protest against the Hitler outrages in Germany against Jews, Cath-
    olics, workers and others. With the call to action by William Green,
    president of the American Federation of Labor, and members of every
    faith throughout the world, we feel that the time has arrived in this
    ana for some definite and determined action to arouse public opinion.
    A mass meeting should be held at which the indignation of all peoples
    may be publicly expressed and from which some action may begin. We
    therefore urge all those who are interested in this movement to write or
    phone The Jewish Floridian immediately, volunteering to join the move-
    ment. Non-Jews are urged to join.
    Let us hear from vou NOW!
    Jewish News
    Around the
    World
    Nervous Ills of Race Caused by
    Persecution
    London .lews suffer far more
    from nervous diseases than Chris-
    tians. Under similar conditions,
    the number of Jewish patient.- may
    lie two or three times as great as
    non-Jewish, psychologists in Lon-
    don have established, according to
    the Evening Standard, a daily
    newspaper here.
    The scientists offer the explana-
    tion that "for centuries Jews have
    been persecuted. Years of worry
    and nnhappiness have left an in-
    delible imprint on the race."
    Poison Fatal
    To Young Bride
    .Mrs. Charlotte Tendrich, 17, of
    3071 Day ave., Coconut Glove, a
    bride of five months, died Wednes-
    day night, officials said, a victim
    of filicide in a .Miami hospital from
    effects of poison. Constable George
    llaidic said she apparently drank
    poison after a family argument at
    her home.
    Mrs. Tendrich went to a show
    Wednesday night with her mother-
    in-law while her husband- Sammy,
    i;^, attended B meeting downtown
    with his brother. The family said
    there was a brief argument when
    they returned and the bride retired
    to her bedroom.
    She was found a short time later
    suffering from the poison. Shi-
    was in her night clothes and pinned
    to them was her birth certificate
    and a newspaper clipping announc-
    ing their marriage last -March.
    Funeral arrangements are in
    charge of the Joseph P. McGhan
    funeral home and will probably be
    held Monday with interment at the
    Jewish section of the Woodlawn
    Cemetery.
    Mrs. Tendrich is the daughter of
    Mr. and .Mrs. I. Shulan, formerly
    of Pittsburgh and recently of
    Miami and .Miami Beach, and a
    granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
    GratZ of Miami Beach.
    battleships or material resources.
    "According to the most recent
    statistics, 62.400,000 Americans
    are definitely identified with some
    church or kindred character build-
    ing organization. If all would co-
    operate on certain basic principles
    on which they can all agree, their
    power is sufficient to banish most
    of the evils of our society."
    "The National Committee, organ-
    ized ;v little more than a year ago,
    now has a membership of 325 rec-
    ognized national leaders, among
    whom are 05 bishops, ,'!8 pastors
    and priests, 17 rabbis, 19 college
    presidents and educators, 101 na-
    tional church board officials, 7 wel-
    fare workers and civic leaders and
    78 laymen, Catholic, Protestant and
    Jewish.
    Jr. Hadassah Women Only,
    Completes Fund Is Precedent
    New Yorkjunior Hadassah the
    Young Women's Zionist Organiza-
    tion of America, is completing a
    fund with which to establish a li-
    brary of books on nursing in the
    Hadassah Nurses' Training School
    in Jerusalem, it was announced
    yesterday by Miss Nami Brodie of
    New York, chairman of the library
    committee. The nurses' school is
    one of three institutions maintained
    by Junior Hadassah in Palestine.
    Contributions totaling (600 have
    so far been received by the na-
    tional headquarters of the organi-
    zation from its various groups
    throughout the country and indi-
    vidual donors. The library, which
    will consist mainly of works in
    English, will be a memorial to the
    late Miss Mary K. Frank of Chat-
    tanooga, who was a national vice-
    president of Junior Hadassah. Miss
    Frank died in July of last year. A
    bibliography of authoritative works
    on nursing and hygiene is being
    compiled by Mrs. Shulamith Can-
    tor, principal of the Hadassah
    Nurses' Training School, and will
    be forwarded soon to the Ameri-
    can committee. The books will be
    purchased here and shipped to Pal-
    estine.
    "When completed the library is.
    expected to be one of the most
    comprehensive and up-to-date in its
    field in the entire Near Last," said
    Miss Brodie. "Mrs. Cantor recent-
    ly completed a year's post-graduate
    study at Columbia University be-
    fore assuming her duties at the
    Hadassah Nurses' Training School
    and has familiarized herself with
    the approved texts on nursing and
    allied subjects. The books to be
    sent to Palestine, which will be
    used as reference works by pupil
    and graduate nurses, will add fur-
    ther to the high standards of
    the Hadassah Nurses' Training
    School."
    The Miami and other chapters
    in Florida have aided in this and
    other Junior Hadassah undertak-
    ings.
    New York Ten leaders of Ha-
    dassah- the Women's Zionist Or-
    ganization of America, including
    three representatives of Junior Ha-
    dassah. will be delegates to the
    nineteenth World Zionist Con-
    gress, which will be held in Lu-
    cerne, Switzerland, beginning Au-
    gust 20th, it was announced at the
    Hadassah headquarters.
    This will be the first time that
    Hadassah, comprising 50,000 mem-
    bers, will be represented by a dele-
    gation consisting entirely of wom-
    en. The delegates will go to the
    congress uninstructed as to voting,
    but committed t<> a platform favor-
    ing laws permitting u larger Jew-
    ish immigration into Palestine and
    the policy of a s.ngle central labor
    federation of Jewish workers for
    the entile country, and opposing
    the formation of a legislative coun-
    cil.
    The Hadassah delegates consti-
    tute half of the entire general Zion-
    ist representation. The other ten
    are drawn from the Zionist Or-
    ganization of America and Order
    Son- of Zion. The Labor bloc will
    have I'll delegates and the Miz-
    rachi, 11, The total number of
    Zionist delegates from America is
    ")7- as compared with 29 two years
    ago.
    The Hadassah representatives
    are .Mis. Kclward Jacobs of New
    York, national president, who is
    now \isiiing Palestine before at-
    tending the congress; Mrs. Samuel
    \\ Ilalprin of Jerusalem, Mis. Her-
    man Shulman of New York, na-
    tional secretary; Mis. David de
    Sola Pool, Mrs. Alexander Lam-
    port and Miss Julliet N. Benjamin,
    all of New York; Mrs. Harry Berk-
    man of Chicago, Miss Thelma Gold-
    farb of Brooklyn, national vice-
    president of Junior Hadassah; Miss
    Pauline Knglander of Jersey City,
    national treasurer of Junior Ha-
    dassah, and Miss Jeanne Greenstein
    of Jamaica, L. I., member of the
    junior national board.
    Budapest Eighty-five jobless
    young .lews are among the :!,5uo
    unemployed Hungarians who have
    petitioned the Italian embassy here
    for permission to enlist in the
    Italian expeditionary force in Ab-
    yssinia. The Hungarian govern-
    .....nt. however, has forbidden these
    would-be mercenaries to enlist in
    the Italian forces. The Jewish press
    has also appealed to the Jews not
    to participate in such an adven-
    ture.
    Catholic Veterans Ask Olympics
    Boycott
    The Amercian Olympic Commis-
    sion is urged to nullify all agree-
    ments with the German govern-
    ment with respect to the 1936
    Olympics to be held in Berlin in a
    resolution adopted Saturday night
    by the Catholic War Veterans, Inc.,
    a national organization with head-
    quarters in Long Island City. In
    another resolution the veterans ex-
    press "shock and surprise" at the-
    re,cut activities of the German
    government
    LondonAn open letter to Chan-
    cellor Hitler, asserting that his
    policy is leading to permanent dis-
    honor to the German nation, was
    addressed by the executive commit-
    tee of the Quakers of Great Brit-
    ain. It urged that an end be put
    to racial and political persecutions
    in Germany if it desires to awaken
    good will abroad.
    Ladies Plan
    Benefit Picnic
    Mrs. Max Weinberger will be
    chairman of the annual picnic be-
    in r sponsored for the benefit of
    the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
    Jewish Orthodox Congregation at
    Hardie's Casino, .Miami Beach, on
    sin day. August llth. Plans In-
    clude the serving of dainty Jewish
    dishi's the entire day. This will
    include plate lunches and individ-
    ual dishes. In charge id' arrange-
    ments and assisting the chairman
    are Mrs. I. Hosengarten, assistant
    chairman and Mesdames H. Trae-
    ger, M. Dacks, Max Mintzer, Wil-
    liam Clein, M. Moss, N. Pritiker,
    Max Rappaport, H. Shulman, I.
    Hirsehfield, N. Blumberg and J. L.
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    by the
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    Phone 2-5304
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    ST. PETERSBURG
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    WEST PALM BEACH
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    ORLANDO
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    Representative
    TAMPA
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    STATEWIDE NEWS
    Jacksonville News West Palm Beach
    Notes
    Tampa Notes
    Mr, and Mrs. Ernest E. Barrett
    end daughter, Margaret Leah, re-
    turned to their home in Atlanta
    after a visit at Atlantic Beach.
    Miss Florence Abisch of Jackson.
    ville, Fla., arrived to spend three
    Weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr.
    Montha
    Year .
    SUHSCRII'TION
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    FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1935
    Vol. 8No. 31
    A tombstone in memory o* Miss a,,(l Mrs. Harry Halpern.
    l.ueille Love Lasarow was unveiled
    recently in the Jewish Temple Cem-
    etery. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Las-
    arow, parents of Miss Lasarow, and
    their friends attended.
    Mrs. A. Ilershkorn left for New
    York to visit relative's and friends.
    Cantor Boris Schlachman con-
    ducted the services at Rodoph Sho-
    lom Temple last Friday evening
    and Saturday morning.
    -Memorial addresses were deliv-
    ered by Rabbi Adolph Burger and
    Mr. M. G. Rosenberg, president of
    the Zionist Organization of Tampa,
    in memory of the late Dr. Theo.
    Iler/.l, Chayim N. Bialik and She-
    Mrs, .la.k Sneider and maryah Levin.
    Mr. ant
    son, Richard, of Miami, Fla., vis-
    *"' h""' |M< W'"k- The Hebrew school Of Rodoph
    . Sholom was reopened Monday
    Mrs. Bella Moss left tor a visit morning at 9 o'clock. Sessions will
    to Washington, D. C., from where hc. ,K.1(| during R, sumnR,1. mnn{^
    she will travel to Chicago, her for- ,,, ,, ,, ., t.V(.|v .
    Isaac Peiser con- mer "Ome, lor a month's vacation. I_______
    , ,, \ '. Raobi Adlph Burger returned
    Mr. and Mrs. A. I.erner left lor al,,.1. a short visit jn Miamj and
    their home m Philadelphia. Miami Reach
    Funeral services for Albert K.
    Leon, *-, who died Tuesday at his
    home, after an illness of several
    months, were held last week in
    the funeral home of Mrs. William
    C, Cooper, jr.
    ducted the services.
    Pallbearers were .lames A. Craig,
    Julius Naumberg, Max Oberdorfer,
    I.elioy Walker, Fred Iiuckey and
    Fred Moses. Burial was in Temple
    Cemetery.
    Mi. and Mrs. II. Aaron of Paho-
    kee left last week for New York
    Mr. Leon had been a resident of l'"r a business and pleasure trip.
    Jacksonville for 54 years. He \va^
    chairman of the hoard of the Jack-
    sonville Loan and Insurance Com-
    pany.
    A large gathering attended a
    card parly sponsored by Sister-
    hood Beth El la-t Sunday night at
    (he home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Schcr,
    Palm Beacjh. Several tables of
    Hitler Madness at Its Height
    Events in Germany during the past week or ten days,
    and their repercussion throughout the civilized world, em-
    phasize a number of painfully pertinent truths. Hitler Ger-
    many, more so now than in the past two barbaric vears, is Miss Amelia Greenwalt of Jack-
    desperately determined to annihilate its Jewish inhabitants, Bonville Beach left to visit friends bri.d*e i""1 other card KmM
    slopping at nothing to achieve its dastardlv end. Nazi offi- and relatives in Atlanta and De- enjoyed- Devious refreshments
    cialdom does not resort to veiled language in making known catur, Ga. *e""e s,n
    I his diabolical objective: "We do not want the Jew." said
    Paul Joseph Goebbels, minister of propaganda and official Miss Rosalyn Magezzis was hos-
    Bpokesman for the Third Reich. "If he persists in living tess recently to the Nottaman Cluh.
    among us, he must conform to our rules of hospitality. Cer-,' instead of the regular meeting
    tain classes of intellectuals have interposed that, after all. there was a bridge party given
    the Jew is also a human being-. Well, it might also be argued for Miss Helen Coan of New fork.
    that the flea is an animal, but it is not a very pleasant an- After the card games the hostess,
    imal." assisted by her mother, Mrs. 0.
    One of the best informed foreign correspondents. Fred- Magezzis and by Miss Ann Witten,
    erick T. Kirchall, writing in the New York Times of last served a novel iced vegetable fruit
    Wednesday, makes this observation: "Events of the last course, hanana cream pie and an
    lour days have abundantly proved that under her pres- iced drink.
    cnl rulers, Germany is no longer a land in which any self- Enjoying this affair were Mrs.
    respecting person of Jewish race or ancestry may find com- Isadore Moscovitz, Mrs. .lack Lan-
    I'ort. happiness or security anti-Semitism in its worse '"". Mrs. Nathan Morganstern,
    lrm is in the saddle here, and there is nothing save perhaps Misses Ann Witten, Alyee Schevitz,
    some echo of world opinion to exercise the least check Doris Shapiro, Mary Kramer, Ros-
    inii it." alyn Magezzis and Helen Coan, the
    This leads to the second poignantly significant fact: In l"""" guests.
    I lie course of the past two years Nazi Germany has extended
    lit* tentacles into some of the leading countries of the world. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Grccnherg
    Cantor Boris Schlachman of
    Miami Beach, who has been the
    guest of Rabbi Adolph Burger, re-
    turned to Miami.
    Mrs. I. Abramovitz
    after Spending a week
    Beach in Jacksonville.
    returned
    at Pablo
    Palm Beach Lodge No. 1186-
    B'nui B'rith, Will meet (Monday
    (Continued on Page 4)
    Orlando Notes
    Tempi.' Schaari Zedekat DeLeon
    and S. Delaware lives., holds serv-
    ices Friday evenings at 7:.iu o'clock
    during the summer months.
    Mr. Harry Kottelman returned
    home from the Orange General
    Hospital after undergoing an op-
    eration.
    Services at Congregation Knesses
    Yisroal, Oak and Central aves., are
    held every Friday evening at 8
    o'clock, Saturday morning at 8 and
    Sunday morning at 9,
    Miss Shirley Bettigold is visit-
    ing relatives and friends in Miami
    and Miami Beach.
    and family of San Francisco have
    returned after a 10-day outing at
    Neptune Beach.
    Austria, Poland, a number of the adjacent countries have
    |l n wooed; and if they have not been entirely won over.
    Ihey have been sufficiently impregnated with the Nazi virus
    to serve Hitler's more immediate purposes. This process of
    impregnation continues gaining momentum as time goes on. Mrs. M. Lippman, accompa-
    |Nor have the more powerful countries been spared. In Eng-I nied >'> hl two daughters, Alise
    Hand, where two vears ago the protests against Nazi bar- ""l Lucile, left for New Ifork,
    1 ii ism were loudest, the sentiment, certainly in official cir- where they will remain for a
    kles, has undergone considerable change, to the chagrin and '>""h Lucile will go to Green
    It c keen disappointment of liberal-minded people everywhere. Mountain Camp for Girls in Ver-
    Here in the United States it is enough that in the entire mont- _______
    |to years (if Hitler madness neither the president nor even 7,777 ,
    the secretary of state found himself impelled to utter a Mrs. Morris Wolfson and daugh-
    I* ord of disapproval. It is not difficult to understand the ;" Edith, and sons. Saul and \.,-
    frpiril animating those Jews who would stage a march from than, returned by motor from a
    all parts of the country on the Capitol as a means of regis- <" in Oklahoma with Mrs. Wolf-
    tcring their protestunderstandable even if undesirable. "West daughter, Mrs. I. Kas-
    At no time in all its colorful history has world Jewry
    found itself in a more tragic, in a more helpless position.
    |Am| the future is veiled in darkness.(The Jewish Expo-
    nent)
    _______ Tn' Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph
    n__u_ n l .1 i_ Sholom Temple is planninir a dance
    is.s ( arolme Rosenhaum. daugh- """"* nti
    M
    ter of Mrs. Isahelle Rosenhaum,
    and member of the National Wom-
    en Painters and Sculptors of Amer-
    ica, is preparing for the art eon-
    test that will ho held this winter.
    at the Moulin Rouge night club
    Tuesday evening, August 6th. Mrs.
    A. M. Wolfson and Mrs. Simon
    Marks have charge of the affair.
    'i Vviv Doctor Develops Pyorrhea her of patients whom he had cured
    Cure (xpressed their complete approval
    _______ of his discovery.
    1 \'i. a cure for pyorrhea,
    avesl dental disease known. The Wimmii.mii Central I'Vdera-
    been discovered hy Dr. A. tion of German Societies unequiv-
    IVysotzky, Tel Aviv Jewish physi- ocally rejected the swastika as the
    ian. Dr. Wysotsky's cure consists emblem to be displayed at the
    an injection which has been 100 "German Day" celebration in Mil-
    ler cent effective since he began waukce on July 27 and 28. Twen-
    pperimenting with it in 1988. A ty-seven member organizations vot-
    Iroup of leading Palestine medical ed against the swastika and four-
    PofeSBOrs, including Drs. Zondek, teen for it. By a vote of fifty-
    laranick and Berger, witnessed a three to nineteen. Nazi delegates
    [emonstratlon of Dr. Wysotsky's were ejected from a tumultuous
    fethod and after examining a num- meeting called to count the vote.-.
    Mrs. Joseph Weintraub and son,
    Paul, are enjoying a vacation motor
    trip, visiting friends in New York,
    Providence and points in Canada.
    Mr. Shelly Rosenhaum of Chi-
    cago returned home after a visit
    with his mother, Mrs. I. Rosen-
    haum, and sisters, Misses Hannah
    and Caroline Rosenhaum.
    Irwin Berger returned from the
    North.
    TAMPA Y. M. H. A.
    The Diamondhall Dance attract-
    ed quite a number of the younger
    set at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday eve-
    ning of last week.
    Clara and Charlie Wohl of
    Tampa spent the week-end in Or-
    lando.
    Miss Tyhel Witter,stein is vaca-
    tioning in the North.
    Miss Hindalyn Kottelman re-
    turned home from Camp Chowen-
    waw
    Mrs. A. Shapiro and daughters
    are vacationing In Tampa.
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg
    and young son, Ralph, of Albany,
    Ga., arrived Thursday to spend
    three weeks at the Casa Marina
    Hotel. Jacksonville Beach. Mr.
    Rosenberg will leave Sunday for
    New York, where hc will spend two
    weeks, and then join his family.
    They will have as their guest Miss
    Regina Sterner of this city.
    Miss Ruth Wolley is visiting in
    Jacksonville,
    A public bridge is being arranged
    by the women's group and will be
    held in the "Y" auditorium on
    Wednesday evening, August 14th.
    The chairman is Mrs. A. M. Wolf,
    son. and Mrs. Simon Marks, CO-
    chairman, who announced that in
    addition to all games of cards they
    will also play checkers, chess, dom- .
    inoes, etc.
    Mr. and
    nounce the
    Monday at
    Hospital.
    Mrs. B. Arstein an-
    birth of a daughter
    the Orange General
    Mrs. 1. J. Becker of Orlando and
    Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner entertained
    at a surprise miscellaneous shower
    (Continued on Page 4)
    Mr. and Mrs. I. Becker and
    daughter are In Chattanooga.
    Orlando Lodge 1043, Order B'nai
    B'rith, is undertaking an exten-
    sive campaign for members. A
    sterling silver cup is being offered of lnt' board of directors of the
    to the brother who obtains the most "V-
    members during the campaign. '
    The next amateur night will take
    place on Sunday evening. August
    18th, at the Y. M. H. A. building.
    Entries are being received from
    adults and children.
    on Sunday the pool tournam -nt
    will start.
    The membership committee of
    the IS'nai B'rith will meet on Mon-
    day evening at the "V." On Tues-
    day evening the Merryfellowa and
    the A. Z. A. will hold meetings.
    Wednesday evening is women's day
    in the gym, where reducing and tap
    dancing la given by Mrs. Roy Sals-
    bury. Thursday the Boy Scouts
    meet, and on Monday evening, Au-
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    SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLOUIiJA
    THE JEWISH FL0RIP1AX
    Jacksonville News
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    Wednesday afternoon. Several ta-
    bles of contract bridge were en-
    joyed. High score
    Bister, awarded.
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    and pokea, Upholder of high)night wiH begin atJrlS.^th Dr.
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    Scripture Reading, Micah, Chapter IV, Verse ">
    A gentleman who claims to be a student of religions, and whose
    does display intellii round of wide reading and,
    tematic scholastic training, has taken me to task. verses. Sh(
    He expresses the opinion that all those who hold to some relig is
    faith are mentally and emotionally unsound. He ay it in bo
    ,rds, but lie implies that they an He flatters me,
    . a- one may look at it, by crediting me with ei
    intell ind understanding of the situation I igh it.
    through the i licting religiou My
    deny th or charges ol
    menial or emotional instability which he tes to those who seek
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    Dai l i nda," but there is a if I corn
    it, n "Gi "ills find i m life in art,
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    . ems t" I"' a greatei i the one ;
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    Friday, AugUst 2. 193.
    Miss Lillian Schwartz left ,
    tertained a group of ,riend, *
    their home last Thursday.
    Joe H. Lesser conducted servi*.
    at Beth El last Friday night
    delivered a short talk.
    HI
    score at each table was prese
    a crystal flower bowl.
    A delicious salad course and
    onade were -rived.
    \ shower of lovely gifts -
    erRf surrounded Mrs. II. Sterling ol Fort Lander-
    ning her park- dale last Sunday, and enjoyed the
    their ac- afternoon at the B'nai H nth picnic.
    ......'er'serv! Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bulesky,
    mghter, Alice and Mr. and Mis
    veralbeau- llaimowitz and children of Lake
    of linen. Twelve cream Worth motored to Fort Lauderdale
    t ft, the e| n Sunday, a
    vere 1 hostesses.
    Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zucker-
    man and sons, Sydney and Norton, |
    fol- of Delray Beach, visited Mr. and
    New York last Sunday after
    extended stay with her sister |J
    brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs ul
    Gruner. Miss Schwartz took b2
    with her to New York Baby Bid1\
    som shore, a niece, to her parcJ
    then.
    Mrs. Max Moss of Miami viijJ
    her so,,, lla.ry. and relatives he.
    Saturday.
    Congregation Beth El holds 1
    ices tonight at the temj le on F
    st., conducted by lay men
    the congregation.

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    which you do not enter? If the unbeliever is sane, then it may be
    ng to say, "Poor devil, he's' sane." I Buggest that you try the
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    h-iday, August 2, 1935
    TI1K JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
    Page Five
    kxicty
    I; LipaltZ, operator of
    Kosedale, popular Jewish hotel
    |t i endersonville, directs our at-
    (ntion to a recent statement of
    Hendersonville Chamber of
    mmerce, giving the true facts
    the infantile paralysis epi-
    in North Carolina. The
    |gti ment appearing elsewhere in
    Jewish Floridian shows that
    lendersonvilk is not affected and
    three hundred miles from the
    zone. Mrs. Lipsitz will be
    I py to welcome her many friends
    the hotel and promises them a
    tiv enjoyable time.
    * *
    Marion Bronner of Miami Beach
    -pending some time in New
    lork City and is a guest at the
    arhizon-Plaza Hotel.
    Announcement is made of the
    |ith of a son to Mr. and Mrs.
    rk l'eretzman, former Miamians,
    I now in Michigan City, Ind. Mr.
    ii.t/.man is the son of Mr. and
    Charles Peretzman of this
    ty.

    |One of the most outstanding
    cuts of the summer season is
    reservational dance and buffet
    it being sponsored by Junior
    |Bdassah Sunday evening, August
    at the Blackstone Hotel Palm
    rdens. Reservations are in-
    leasing steadily, and are in charge
    the committee consisting of Miss
    a Goodkowsky, chairman; Mrs.
    Chaiken, Miss Beck Nash and
    i Sylvia Wilensky.
    [Elaborate arrangements for the
    iyment of the guests include a
    11- sho-' from one of Miami's
    Ivorite ni^ht clubs. Mannie Gates'
    r tra will play for dancing,
    midnight the guests are to be
    t i buffet supper at tables,
    bich will be placed in the Palm
    Helens. Vari-colored lights will
    I o decorate the dance patio
    among the palm tree foliage.
    nations must be made in ad-
    |ncc with any of the members of
    lc committee.

    IJliss Sylvia Miller, daughter of
    |r. and Mrs. II. II. Miller of L1S6
    VV. Fifth st., left for Long
    lach, Long Island, N. Y., to visit
    r brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
    I Mrs. Al Nadler.
    * *
    larry Rosenstein, 10, residing at
    ii st., won first prize for
    State of Florida in the essay
    i conducted recently by the
    |i al Association of Audubon
    I s. The youth, a pupil of
    henandoah school under Mrs.
    Roberta, was notified of his
    by letter from Alden H.
    y, educational director of the
    1 ty. He is the son of Mr. anil
    Rosenstein.
    # *
    Morris Rubin was hostess
    I heon and bridge last week
    I home honoring Mrs. Albert!
    f of Tuscaloosa, Ala., who is
    II her parents, Mi-, and .Mrs.
    E. Greenfield of Miami
    K"ses and cut flowers were
    oil the table and covers were
    for .".II guests.
    irs. A. Franklyn Friedman was
    I1 al a luncheon and bridge
    Friday at her home for Mrs.
    Hen.
    Otthe
    "We Live Again," with Anna
    Sten and Fredric March in its lead- "I" the employes yesterday. The
    ing roles, will bring to the Tivoli medals are given each year to driv.
    Theatre screen next Sunday and ers who, during the preceding 12
    Monday the first directorial effort months, have driven a truck or au-
    Power Officials
    Present Medals
    The annual presentation of safe
    driving medals was made by II. II.
    llyman. southern division manager
    of the Florida Power & Light Co.,
    at the bi-monthly safety meeting
    Of Rouben Mamoulian since he com-
    pleted "Queen Christina" with
    Greta Garbo last year. Mamou-
    lian directed the piilurization of
    the Tolstoy novel under its new
    title for Samuel Goldwyn.
    "We Live Again" is Miss Sten's
    second picture in America; it fol-
    lows the "N'ana," in which she
    made her debut last year. Her co-
    stardom with Fredric March marks
    the third of a trio of pictures with
    the latter star to be shown
    throughout the country almost si-
    multaneously. March's name part
    in "The Affairs of Cellini" is first.
    then with Norma Shearer and
    Charles taughton in "The Barretts
    of Wimpole Street," and third,
    "We Live Again" as his final work
    of the season.
    Preston Sturges, Maxwell Ander-
    son and Leonard Praskins wrote
    the screen play of "We Live
    Again" and Sergei Soudeikin cre-
    ated the scenic backgrounds and
    settings. The film is released
    through United Artists.
    tomobile 8,000 miles or more with-
    out an accident. At the meeting
    42 employes in the Miami area re-
    ceived medals for four years of
    driving without an accident; 46 for
    three years' driving; :u for two
    years' driving, and (11 for one
    year's driving.
    SYNAGOG
    Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
    and director of the Radio Synagog,
    will preach over station- WIOD at
    nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
    "Fasting, Is It a Fixation?" The
    sermon will deal with the Fast of
    the Ninth of Ov, and the rabbi will
    discuss the merit or futility of fast-
    ing. There will also be prayers,
    | scripture reading and a question
    box.
    GOOD JUDGMENT
    One of the most thrilling crashes
    seen in "Hell's Anges," Howard
    Hughes' $4,000,000 air classic at
    the Seventh Avenue Theatre next
    Sunday ami Monday, is one not
    called for in the script.
    The company was on location at
    Oakland airport. Fifty planes were
    "dog fighting," staging the big
    realistic air battle which is a spec-
    tacular climax of the picture. Sud-
    denly two of the planes collided.
    0,000 feet in mid-air.
    One plane, flown by Stewart
    Murphy, lost an aileron and Mur-
    phy was forced t > resort to his
    parachute. He made a safe land-
    ing, but the wrecked plane hurtled
    to the ground a mass of splinters.
    The other pilot, Ira Reed, elected
    to "ride his plane," and by skillful
    maneuvering, landed it safeley with
    but slight damage.
    Fortunately, the entire accident
    was recorded by the "Hell's An-
    gels" cameras, so that a real and
    accidental smash-up will be seen
    among those so carefully planned
    and executed, lending added excite-
    ment to the breath-taking spec-
    tacle.
    MONDAY IS DEALINE
    FOR PAYMENT OF TAX
    Dade county property owners
    whose realty holdings are listed for
    sale on August 5 by Leonard K.
    Thompson, county tax collector, be-
    cause of delinquent taxes, have un-
    til Monday morning to pay the tax
    arrears and prevent sale of the
    property.
    The Miami city commission
    and particularly its presiding
    officer. Mayor Fossey, is to be
    commended for the splendid
    manner in which the delegation
    representing the unemployed of
    Miami was handled the other
    day. It was rather a delicate
    situation. Here were men and
    Women who faced a very uncer-
    tain future and were in a rath-
    er unpleasant and unenviable
    present. To men and women
    who lacked the very essentials
    id' life, driven on by the eric-,
    of hungry children, it needed but
    little to arouse them to violent
    action which they would later
    regret.
    The true American spirit of
    according a hearing to all who
    desired to be heard- the calm
    and mature judgment exercised
    by the mayor and the members
    of the commission led all to feel
    that their peaceful purposes
    were to be accorded real con-
    sideration.
    The appointment of a commit-
    tee representative of every ele-
    ment of the city's population
    should enable some methods to
    be found whereby the unem-
    ployed can be helped and their
    material wants supplied.
    The Jewish people of Miami
    "ill not lie found wanting when
    the call is made.
    Federal to
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    "In conformity with recommen-
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    ings antl Loan Associations, this
    association is reducing the rate of
    interest charged on first mortgage
    loans," says Harry I. Upton, pres-
    ident, Federal Savings and Loan
    A ociation of Miami, Congress
    building. It should be clearly un-
    derstood, however, that the inter-
    est rate is variable.
    "The basic rate is six per cent
    but this is a basic rate, and the
    Intl list actually charged for a loan
    may lie slightly more or slightly
    less than this, according to the na-
    tur of the property offered as se-
    curity for the loan.
    "For example, a loan granted on
    tin- security of a very desirable
    property may be arranged at an
    intt rest rate as low as five and
    one-half per cent per annum,
    whereas, in the case of a less de-
    sirable property involving a great-
    er degree of risk, the rate may
    have to be fixed as high as 6.6%
    or even slightly higher, in some
    instances.
    "It all depends upon the value
    antl desirability of the security in-
    volved. However, the basic rate is
    now six per cent; antl this may be
    usetl in calculating the probable
    cost of the average loan made to
    the average borrower by this asso-
    ciation."
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    THE JEWISH I I oKIDIAN
    Friday.^August 2,1935
    Monster Meeting
    Urges Action
    The Ecuador
    Agreement
    0f two thousand dele-
    . nting close
    thousand organizations, of all
    groups of opinion, whose member-
    500,....... meetii
    ,-. n0tel Pennsylvania last week
    . pgency coi under the
    . 0f the American Jewish
    th( Jewish Labor
    ittec in connection with the
    . ,| terror in Germai
    ed a program of action
    ng about "the organiz d re-
    Vn erican citizens,
    Hesa of faith or race," to the
    "The foundati u 1 I
    civilization by the pres-
    ent regime in Gi rmany.
    I the addresses of the sp<
    and ii adopted, co-
    f the nations of the
    I of the United
    government in particular, was be-
    .,,, hi '> make known to the Hit-
    nment the abhorrence of
    ,) its brutal pol-
    pression ami persecution
    . groups
    and all minority opinion. The
    : ,| Nations was uitr<- n 1 am tions n
    S'azi 1 m 1 >' and ''"' United
    i,.in was called upon
    > pr< -. n: commercial
    - with Nazi Germany and to
    ,,.(;. ;., renew commercial rela-
    1, long a- the present policy
    mtinued.
    The American public al large
    ... ;i urged i" support a policy of
    Germany through the
    the boycott as -a most 1
    weapon in combating the
    Hi, ai cxpres-
    sion of the condemnation ol the
    An of the revo I
    ,,,.. the Hitler government
    and of liberating the
    ..,, people from oppression.
    l lation of all organi-
    zatj ...ting the boycott was
    called for m formal resolutions
    adoj
    zance of the attack
    ,, minority opinion
    in Germany ami thai "the Hitler
    a nu ni,,c to the founda-
    civilization which affects
    all elements of society." the i-n-
    ,,1, ... ,. recommended to the con-
    1 1. that it take .-tops "to es-
    tablish the co-operation between
    representatives of Jewish inter"
    interests, of the Catholic
    ( hurch, or the Protestant church
    ;,(| .,, all persecuted groups in
    Gern any in all matters pertaining
    to 1 G man situation."
    I a declaration preceding the
    resolutions unanimously adopted by
    Ui,- conference, and in tin. addn
    ,,f pal speakers, the rcli-
    th 'ed state- govern-
    ,, Sazi outrages was de-
    plored, ami thi view expressed that
    our government can no longer de-
    lay action. i
    Ash for New York ltn-ad
    At All Good Stores
    The announcement that tie
    eminent of Kcuador has officially
    agreed to set aside for the dis-
    h colonization agen-
    eient land capable of
    maintaining 60,000 Jewish fami-
    lies may be of interest not only to
    Jewish institutions interested in
    the fate of German and Polish
    Jews, but also 10 the League of
    N'at! I
    Only Wednesday .lame- G. Mc-
    Donald, the high commi
    refugees, apr* I to the l
    take over the respon-
    gibility for ettlins the Jewish ref-
    ugeea from Germany along the
    same lines as II did with regard to
    ,. ;. \ Bn, Armenian and
    other refugees.
    If the I .< a. u Nations elaims
    hat it find
    tling -lev ''_'"'
    a valid XCUSC The 1,260 -
    .....1 :, nd now allotted by
    the government of Ecuadoi
    nvalidati any
    there is no terri-
    tory when Jewish refugees can he
    admitl
    The new- which Comes from la-
    in,do: i ii"t a surprise to those
    which wire quietly
    conducting negotiations with a
    number of smaller governn 1
    colonize Jewish rei their
    lands on a large scale. Such no-
    tions were conducted W
    Portui ivernment to
    v for Jewish 1
    Such 1 1 are
    being conducted with
    government for 'he adn
    .lews in Syria.
    The detail- of incut
    reached between Ei
    med -lew ish El a and
    1 /.anon Sociit] pres-
    ident of Ecuador, which v.. <; made
    yesterday in Ixindon, have
    I '"'" v:irious tec*"
    -. They were made
    yesterday only in connec-
    ter, ,, f Jewish
    rganizations wnicn
    , in London this week-end.
    This which will be
    . by prominent non-Jews
    ,ed in the Present J<
    situation in Europe, was ..nan,zed
    , tatives of .e,i,al Jew-
    ish organizations interested In eon-
    for Eun
    ai izers of this con-
    eople of recognized
    . as far as Jew ;- coi struc-
    are concerned.
    'lent with the
    adorian government he ratified
    at the London conference, a new
    .,,. in i,e op "ed in the his-
    tory of Jewish colonization,
    only Jewish refugees from Ger-
    Militated
    to Kcuador. but al-o .lews from
    .., countries where
    population i- suffering
    -ion.
    TO is no doubt that thi
    also will attract
    the i: uch organizations
    . Joint Distribution Co
    t, -he Hilfsverein and
    1 at v ': '
    . which is
    now raising a lame fund for the
    rehabilitation of German ref
    al-.- will he attracted by
    the law opportunities offered in
    Ecuadoi.
    Y. M. H. A. Host
    To Members
    \ enthusiastic and lame crowd
    attended the membership "get-to-
    meeting Wednesday night
    ,,,- the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
    ciation at its clubrooms. Twenty-
    three new members were admitted
    ... the result of the recent drive,
    under the direction of the member-
    .hi,, committee headed by Al Ber-
    kowitz, chairman. Chester Alex-
    .,., popular entertainer, was
    . of ceremonies and intro-
    the singers, dancers and oth-
    er entertainers. Guests were seat- ,
    , ,| long tables during the eve-
    ning to enjoy the luncheon 1
    ! Later in the evening card! vl
    . enjoyed and smokes were providj
    IA meeting of the board of dj*"*
    tors of the organization wiiitl
    held next Wednesday eveniu
    the clubrooms.
    H(.-.rR< *.' Avh Is. .'
    Sun.-Mon., Aug. 4-5
    Fredric March
    Anna St en
    WE LIVE AGAIN
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    Specialiting in the Scientific
    Kxaminatinn of the Kycs
    an l>,..|..-r Pittiai f "" "lasses
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    Sun.-Mon., Aug. I-.I
    .lean llarlou
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    QUALITY POULTRY
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    Notice to Certificate Holders of the Sale of Remaining Assets of
    DADE COUNTY SECURITY COMPANY
    July 18, 1935
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    Notice is hereby Riven thai on Jill} l-ih. 1935, M. A. Smilh. a* Liquidator of Ihr Diule County Serurily Company, entered into an
    agreement. a|i|iro\eil li> proper court, with Ih,- Mnoiu MortKOKC Ai ltenll>. In... i I lorld> Corporation, for the ?ale and purchane of the
    unliquidated aoota "I I>;,.!. County Socurity Company, cacoptiiui iherefrom Homf Ownora* l.onn Corporation honds and all canh on hand or
    on dopoail ;i- of l:M IV M. Mm II, I9J5. Th.....naldfratlon i One Million .>I.mio.oini.nci Dollar-, which i now depoailed in nrrov wilh
    Hie Plorida National Honk \ I >u-i Company, oi Miami. Florida.
    The Miami Hortian A
    purpoM "I dolna a martvacc
    1100.01 par raluc each. Th
    i:ilarH Hall oi JackMnville.
    Realty, Inr., wh*> are acquirini the aaneln ot lln Dadf I untily Serurily Company, han heen nriranized for th>
    mil real eatate bualneaa. The authorhiod capital Htocli ol thii corporation ii si.iiiiii.imiii.oii. divided into aharen ol
    capital Rtoch i> lull, paid, nun aaaoaaable and all of equal votlni power. Tin- corporation ia headed by Mr.
    Mr. Hall i head of Ihe Florida "-"' "-- > "
    1100.00 par value each. The capital atoch ii fully paid, non Maeaaable ami all of equal votlni power. Tin- corporation ia headed hy Mr.
    I.il.arrl Hall of .lack-oni ill. Mr. Hall i* head of the Horicln National Hank Hyatem of tin. vial, and repriHenln likewise Ihe l>u Ponl
    Intereata, who are lar^. real .-talc opcraior. in Florida. I hi- in-tiiuiion will therefore be in Ihe hands of financially reaponaiblc hu-i-
    new men.
    The purchaaer "ill ha-, on ,1a.- from deliver] ol ahatraetl in which la namine theae ahirarls and approve lillea to the properti.-.
    VI the end "f -uch time the One Million C$1,..................tollars will be delivered lo Ihe Liquidator ami ihe transfer of title to all aaaela will
    be effected,
    I'nder Ho Ii rnn
    option ol lakini Ihcr
    , .0 which the] hold,
    thai h.- ill on n ihe s
    In limplc term-, it i
    DollHr- with ihe option of taking
    all share- of equal \:>tiim now
    if the contract entered into, Ihe preaenl aertlfical
    proportionati part ol thi- purchase price, wh. cilher in cash or in -lock ol th
    no. pen i nlauc ol -lock in III. n,
    i lulvalenl to writim: down the capital -lock- of th
    dock or ca-h. inaai.....h a- th,. iharei ol
    aimel
    holder! of th. Dade Count] Security Company ore to have the
    ill amount lo approximate!) IS per cent of the fare of the certifi-
    ii. w corporation, Ihi- will mean. ,| -ml, certificate holder elects to take "lock.
    rompan] a- he now ....... ----.:,:-.. t .. ..... .. .._ <-__..,'
    ill ., ililuale. of the ll.nl
    l.nle t ..mil- Secant, Co
    lock of the lie
    Coanty Security Compaay-
    line Million ($1.01)0."00.on
    ------- -....... ...,...,.. -...,- .....,. ,,.,,i,. ounii serurily I onipanv lo line M on (*l,0llil.noii.""'
    I loll.rs .nl. Ho option ,.| lakoi, k ca.l, Ina.much a. the .hare. ... -k f the n. eon,,,,,,,, i| h. full, paid. non-a-c.sahlc ami
    in clXoVii.'V .;.;..':', ,!,',, : I"",''""' """ "l Ppn ol ,.,k,,: ,....., .........n,|i V'k d Ihe rem.inde,
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    on all cerlificnlc. whither ion have elected to r,
    to -in reo.lei to Ihe I ii|iinlal or your I .iipiiilaloi
    iHircha in.i compa
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    ii> .o that the liquidation ma] he wound up.
    it i-. of course, difficult al this time to
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    NICELEY FUNERAL HOMF.
    1236 Washington Avc.
    Miami Iteach
    Phono 5-335S
    It la, of courae, difficult at tin- time to alvc ron am definite iio.. .. i.: .u .l .....
    coed, ol the....... and Ihe iln.l ,1.......nd from the .,,.. ,,,;,,, nip., I'.' '".......''1"'N -namely the l per ecnt from the pro
    Realty. I,,,., can I......m pie ted and .he dividend ..........ted under three month.! ., ,T t "'."' "' M,ta '" lh" Miami M"r,"V'
    ..... to three month, lain. "" "lolltli- I,,,,, anil Ihe other dividend -hould follow in perhaps from
    In mak,in: ihe sale of the remaining a.els of Ihe Dade Count] Berurll, ...............,_ .. .. i
    the State of Florida feel that a fair eaah value tor the reraalnina atweU ia V '""'' "" '"'"'"ator and the Comptroller "
    Court of Da,i, County, Florida. Wo, therefore, feel that all Certificate hM......""'nod, and Ihe tale haa heen approved hy the Circuit
    eaah value for their holdlnn al Ihe present date. Certificate holders rleclina to rHi^t Ii"? '" ","1'1 ll"" ,:i-h dividend will receive a rair
    the slock in the purchosini: corporation will he associated with reliable hu.ii,.. ~1-1 !"L """', mlere-t in these assets hy suharribinii t"
    operalion of the affairs of Ihe corporation. >oi.,n,.. ami their Interest, will he fully protected in the future
    M. A. SMITH, as Liquidator
    Dade County Security Company