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The Jewish Floridian ( July 22, 1938 )

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wJewtisli Floridiam Consume YJhe JewKslh Unity VOLUME 11.— NUMBER 28. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS TO New York, (WNS)—Encouraged by the successful outcome of the conviction and sentencing of six directors of the German-American Bund's Camp Siegfried in Suffolk County, Long Island, leaders of the Disabled American Veterans of the World War, who initiated the prosecution, are now conferring with officials of all other veterans organizations for a national campaign to drive out Nazi camps from every state in the Union. The basis of the campaign will be a concerted move to enact laws in all states like the civil rights law in New York under which the six Nazis were convicted. This law provides that all secret, oath-bound organizations must file a roster of their membership with the state. Legal officials here were studying the law to determine whether all members nf the Bund are subject to prosecution under the statute adopted more than a decade ago to combat the Ku Klux Klan. There is also a possibility that the liquor license if (amp Siegfried may be cancelled. [ E ELKS OPPOSE FOREIGN "ISMS" Jerusalem, (WNS PaWr Agen• I The Hebrew newspapers of Palestine have called upon the government for a searching inves"ii of the bombings in Jerusalem on July l. r >th and in Haifa receding days, after expressing doubt lh-it Jews were responsible for the outrages which rein scores of casualties. The ials, dealing directly whh 'S that Jews might have been rolved in the bombings, voiced rei of the catastrophe thai Jerusalem on July IStta and oil grave doubt that it had perpetrated by Jews. In all ility, the press asserts, the agedy was the result of an accital explosion while arms were transferred in the Old City alis. An energetic, comprehensive investigation is asked in order to clarify responsibility for rusalem and Haifa incidents. The municipal council of Tel Aviv, meanwhile, added its own appeal to that which had been ism the past few days by other Jewish institutions, condemning "all attacks against innocent people." In a resolution unanimously adopted, the council demanded the consolidation of the whole yishub in a discipline to the supreme institutions of the Yishub and called for the strengthening of Jewish self defense measures "" %  hile scoring any attempt at retaliation. Meanwhile, the terrorism claimed six more Jewish lives. Samuel J. Leichter, 23 of Gan Shmuel was shot and killed while driving with an Arab friend. Peter Pachner, a supernumerary was killed in I (Continued Von Pace Eight) Atlantic City, (WNS)—A resolution pledging the Benevolent and Protetivcc Order of Elks to fight Communism, Fascism, Nazism and other subversive influences was adopted at the order's 74th annual convention. The resolution stated "the whole world is rent asunder by strife and contention, turmoil and uncertainty. In this country Communism, Nazism and Fascism, and other subversive influences are striving to discredit and destroy the ideals and institutions symbolized by the American flag. Political, social and economic forces are combatting one another. Never in our history have we had greater need for the qualities for which our flag stands." GERMANY FACES FINANCIAL UPSET Berlin, (WNS)—The drastic economic measures against the Jews are among the factors being blamed here for the startling stock market collapse in Germany which has created a panic. The worst break in the Bourse since the Na zi regime came to power toppled stocks and bonds four to ten points despite rigid price controls. Im partial observers attribute the collapse in large measure to the recent elimination of Jewish brokers from the stock exchange as well as to the tightened curbs on Jewish businessmen. An alarming shrinkage in German foreign trade is laid to the anti-Jewish excesses in Berlin and Vienna and to the fact that the elimination of Jewish business men in Germany and Austria robbed the Reich of valuable trade connections in the Bal kans. NFW YORK BANS 11 flu Albany, N. Y., (WNS)—A constitutional ban against racial and teligioua discrimination in New York moved toward final approva' in the New York State Constitutional Convention after Senator Tobert F. Wagner minority leader m the convention, appealed for the passage of the bill. In support of the bill he declared that in many "unhappy lands racial vandala, and political gangsterdom are the order of the day" where "members of minority races are eliminated from the schools, professions and trades and despoiled of all property and station; where the prospect of a life without hope and without recourse has driven countless thousands to self destruction." Asserting that American principles of government are drastically opposed to such conditions, Senator Wagner said that "uncertain (Continued on Page Eight) PRESS IS URGED TO USE CAUTION New York, (WNS)—Asserting that "great harm" is done by the dissemination of Nazi libels against Jews through the American press "without concurrent analysis of these diatribes, of the reason they are uttered, of the nhobias they involve," Prof. Clyde R. Miller, secretary of the Institute of Propaganda Analysis, urged the press to "increasingly apply analysis to its own news stories.". Speaking on "The Propaganda of Prejudice" before a conference on intercultural education for teachers convened under the auspices of the New York Rouni' Table of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, Dr. Miller said: "What I have in mind is this: some official in Germany will make a statement reviling Jews. The statement will be picked up by American news agencies aim released as a news story to newsnapers in every city and state in the Union. The statement com prises utter untruth and outrirh' 'ibel. There is every reason foi nrinting it as news because not to do so would violate that free dom of speech without which an alysis is impossible. Few newspapers, however, and few newagencies go to the trouble at the time these statements are issu % 


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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1933 V \( ATIONS IN MIAMI Mas Bthel Levin. Mis> P&Uj Jacobson, Miss Gertrude Sosnick ami Mr. William Sheviek of Win%  tan s.ilem, N. C, and Mrs. N. E. Weinstoin of Rooky Mount. X. C. an visiting in Miami and will remain here for several weeks. During their stay here they plan to visit in Cuba. Miss Ethel Levin is the niece and Mrs. N. E. Weinstein the sister of Mr. Ike Levin of Miami. • • • VISITS HERE Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaufman and son, Jimmy, -of Brooklyn. N. Y. are visiting here as the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewia and will remain for several weeks. • • • IF WES FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Ruben left Saturday by boat for a visit in Texas and California with relaand friends. They will return to the city in the middle of August. s*^*: CH IMONEER ILL AT HOSPITAL Mr. Manuel Rippa. one of the Jewish pioneers of South Florida and founder of the Chesed Shel Ernes and the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association, its suc. is seriously ill at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. > • • LEAVES FOR NEW YORK Mrs. A. J. Tohin and daughter. Harriett, student at the Florida State College for Women, left board the Shawnee for New Y rk where they will visit with r tives and friends, after which will visit in the mountains. Th-.>y will be .cone for -ix weeks. • • • ENG U.I MF.NT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. William Clein an1 ince the engagement of their daughter, Mildred, and Bob. Ros1 thai, of Omaha, Neb. The wedding date will take pis 1 in August • • • RETURNS TO CITY Mr. Harry Markowitz returned to the city Wednesday following a visit to Indianapolis. Ind.. to attend the unveiling of a memorial in memory of his late wife Mrs. Markowitz. and his motherin-law. Mrs. Dora Cohen. A—. • those attending "ere Rabbi Max ro of Beth David Congreca FEDERATION ADOPTS CONSTITUTION At the first joint meeting of the directors at large and delegates from adult Jewish organisations of this area the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds at a meeting Wednesday night at the McAllister Hotel adopted a constitution and by-laws to covern the organization. The organization will have thirty-six directors at large elected from the membership at the annual meeting to be held in April of each year, and one delegate from each adult Jewish organization in this area. A minimum contribution of $2.1 to the campaign to be conducted by the organization each year for national and international Jewish organizations will one to membership in the orja:.iA president, two vice-prestary, treasurer, and ten directors will constitute the Exe utive Board of the institution. Local Jewish adult organi; who desire to become affiliated members may do so on application to the organization. Mr. Sam Blank, well known communal worker is chairman of the nominating committee which will present recommendations for the officer? and directors of the organization to be elected at the next meeting of the Federation next Tuesday evening July 26th, at the Flagler room of the McRl DY R. ADLER %  Ticket chairman for the dance I sponsored by the Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans on August l"*th. VISITORS VACATION HERE -Mrs. David Rosenberg, of Indianapolis. Ind.. is visiting in the cfty with her sister. Mrs. Michael Arnold, of Coral Gables, and with her son, Arthur Rosenberg. She will remain here for two months after which she will return to her home. • • • TO VISIT IN NORTH Mrs. Ida Greenblatt of the DonBar Apartments. Miami Beach, ac ci mpanied by her children, Judith. Leonard and Edwin, will leave the city for a trip to their former home in VTnetand. N*. J. They will be gone for several weeks. tier.'and Mrs. Shapiro, and Mr. J. AIHster Hotel beginning at 8*1 M. Kopelowitz. president of B. AU Erectors are urged I MIAMIANS VISIT IN NORTH Rec< • A: Pal] it Mr Pallot Y. M to attend. RETURNS TO CITY Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold, of Coral Gables, returned home from a trip to New York and Atlantic City where they went for Mrs. Arnold's health. SPENDS VACATION HERE : %  : Annette Geffen, of AtlanRETURNS FROM ta. Ga. da bias HONEYMOON I Rabbi of Atlanta.. Mr a nd Mr; Harry Schwartz her and active j returned HAVE YOU TRIED OUR DE LUXE ICE CREAM In Your Favorite SODA SUNDAE Fac:ory-Filled Package &f formerly re' sided. Louisville. Ky. Nashville. Tenn.. Atlanta. Ga.. and Charles-ton. S. C. where they visited Mr. Schwartz's nephew. During their stay in Chicago they were feted: at many parties. Mrs. Schwartz j was the former Miss Sandra Rat! thaus of New York and Miami. ICE CREAM 20c Pt. 40c Qt. LAN1MVSUN DAIRIES, Inc. 1751 Coral Way Fresh Buttermilk 25c Gallon VISITS HERE Dr. Abe Geffen of Atlanta and New Y"ork. son of Rabbi Tobias A Geffen. is vacationing at Miami Beach where he is residing at the Infield Apartments, and will rein for a month's stay. Dr. Geffen is a graduate of Emory University and is now a student at %  Columbia University • • • VISITS IN MIAMI and children. Chain and Fagala. of Spartanburg. S. C. are visiting in Miami Beach at the Infield Apartments and will remain here for | several weeks. Mrs. Simons is > the daughter of Rabbi Tobias Geft i fen, of Atlanta, Ga. J I &f TAKES TRIP Mrs. Rudy R. Adler, Mrs. Bert Marcus and Mrs. S. Matz left on Thursday morning by auto for a four week's trip to Bluefield, W. Va.. and New York, wheic they will visit with relatives and friends. • • • DANCE TO RE HELD For the purpose of raising funds to send a large delegation to the national convention of the T, wish War Veterans of the United States, the Freda Markowitz Post, the Miami unit of the organization, will sponsor a dance at the Royal Palm Club on the night of Thursday. August 18th. In charge of the sale of tickets for this event is Mr. Rudy Adler who is being assisted by members and officers of the Post. Mr. Abe Goldman is in charge of publicity. It is the purpose of the delegation to urge that the 1939 convention of the Jewish War Veterans be brought to Miami. It is estimated that approximately five thousand delegates and friends attend the annual convention. The local delegation will go to the Detroit convention in an aerocar and will distribute tjofonuts, alligators and other tropical souvenirs. • • • RADIO PROGRAM TO BE HELD This Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will be in charge of the Jewish Hour, over Station WIOD. His subject will be "Day of Lament. A very interesting program is now in preparation for the broadcast of July 31st, over Station WIOD. In answer to many questions and comments on the types of Jewish music which are presented on the various radio hours. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel, will present an address on "Jewish Music." This will be a study of liturgy and synagogue music, giving a brief outline of the subject from Biblical times to our day. The Rabbinical Association invites local Jewry to listen to its programs every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock on WIOD. NEW FACTORY BEGINS OPERATIONS An epoch making event in local history was the beginning of a '. tual operations by the Southern Kosher Sausage Factory yesterday at its new plant, 828 Northwest 21st Terrace, when in ih e presence of Rabbi Abraham \ Kellner, meats were koshered by the permanent Mashgiach, R ev If, Kagan and prepared for curing. The plant which will produce strictly kosher delicatessen of every description will be formally opened sometime in August when the first products will be placed on sale. The factory was built and equipped for the production (f kosher food products and is equip. pod W*\h the most modern machintry r-> insure splendid qua! r Strictly kashrus and fresh p><. ducts every day. i • • • BETH DAVID SPONSORS EVENT Beth David Sisterhood extends a cordial invitation to its members and friends and the general public to attend its annual picnic at Hardie's Casino all day Sunday, July 24th. Home cooked goodies meals and sandwiches will be provided for the guests at very low cost. Games of all kinds will be enjoyed. The proceeds will be used for the Talmud Torah fund of the congregation. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. Jake Engler who i> being assisted by Mesdames S. G. Rose, H. Oliphant, Louis Hayman. L. J, Hartz. Meyer Schwartz. So'. Rotfort. Jack Pallot, J. Syman B. Kandel. A. Marcus and Mess--. Nat Zalka. Jack Pallot, M. Baida and Sol Schwartz. • • • Y. M. H. A. TO HOLD BENEFIT PARTY The Y. M. H. A. is sponsr rm a benefit card party to raise funls to take care of an emergency which has arisen, for the athletic funds of the organization at the Y. clubrooms next Wednesday. July 27th. beginning at 8:00 p. m. All members and friends of the organization are urged to attenH. Prizes will be awarded for hiph scores and refreshments will be served. Mr. Jack Apte is chairman of the special committee ir. charge of the event and is beir.z assisted by Al Grossman, Harry Gordon. Sam Shindell, Dr. Bar Rand. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. S Shindell. Miss Gertrude M and Mrs. William Friedman. PROTECT CLOTHING AND BLANKETS WITH REEFER'S NO-MOTH PRODUCTS A few ounces of moth preventatives, used industriously now, will cure all your mid-summer worries about your woolens. SLA Cedarized SprayAn effective stainless spray. Pint, 85cQt. 1.36 Gallon. 3.75. NO-MOTH SOLID. 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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wjewlsti floridIan PUBLISHED KVKRT FRIDAY P. O. Box W\ PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. 6cond Avenu* Phona 2-1141; 2-1183 1 LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. BHOCHIf. Circulation Man .d rlin matter July 4. 1M0. at th Pet Offic. t Miami. %  •"" CU !" 3ir th. Art of Mare. I. 187. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN RapraaantatiY* WK.ST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHRKBNICK Rpraa*n*ativa ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER RaprwanUUv* TAMPA MRS. JAY MARK0W1TZ > SUBSCRIPTION %  li Month.— 9M Taax JfLM VOLUME II— NUMBER 28. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938 REAL AMERICANS The officials of the Miami Police Department, particularly Chief H. Leslie Quigg and City Investigators Roy Willette and M. C. Tucker are to be commended for their splendid work which resulted in the conviction of Raymond J. Healey notorious Nazi and self styled "American Hitler." The Jewish people are ever careful in guarding the rights of free speech and free press. Yet it should be definitely understood as has often been determined by the Courts of the land, that free speech does not mean the liberty to incite violence against others. Just as soon as free speech means unbridled talk against peoples, against citizens of this United States, particularly when coupled with appeals to violence, is to be permitted, then we might as well forget Constitutional guarantees, for then none are safe. Fortunately free speech has never been construed in that manner. When irresposible agitators like Healey who do not hesitate to plot against the Government, who talk about packs of lies, who carry with them stickers "Kill the Jews" are taught the lesson of real and true democracy then others will take heed and the orderly processes of democracy will govern our every action. Chief Quigg and his investigators, Judge Cecil Curry, and the prosecuting officials, MrCorlett and Bill Pruitt deserve every commendation we can extend. It is only because officials like them realize the dangers to democracy, if Healey and his ilk are unrestrained, that we in Miami can feel safe in our enjoyment of our liberties. The poor deluded 'society" lady who loves to show her authority but is scared to death for fear she might not be a head of something or other. Consistency, thou art a Jewel is a saying that never applied to her. Off again, on again. Finnegan, might well be applied to this lady regarding her committee appointments. One of thes'days she'll realize that respect may be easier earned by consis tent espousal of the right, rather than lukewarm approval of everything that comes along. Perhaps the young man that is readying himself to run for a pub lie office at Miami Beach will realize that appealing for the Jewish vote simply because someont in his family is affiliated with things Jewish, is very poor policy. The Beach elections are sufficiently far off for this gentleman to join a few Jewish organizations and by his work to show that he is really worth while. The Anti-Semitism attributed to Benjamin Franklin by American Nazis was revealed as a deliberate lie following communications with Alfred Rigling, librarian of the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, Pa. I'm just wondering why it is that the Jewish hangers on at the Court House assume that they know everything about thing i Jewish, and yet are never seen al any Jewish affairs. Of course, they do not belong to anything Jewish and have never been known to contribute to any causes. Miami is always in the forefront of everything worth-while. No sooner had New York set the pace and convicted Nazis for violating the law, than Miami did the same thing for the notorious Healey Thirty days on the road •rang with a pick and shovel will perhaps give Healey a slight taste )f what his Nazi friends arc metng out to the innocent in Hitlerland. Some of these ladies and gentlemen of our people who find nothing else to do but carry tales from one to another might well devote their time to more con stmctive work for their respective organizations. Their duplicity is soon found out, to their gr?a'. chagrin. What a bunch of liars the Healey case will develop and has already developed in the last few days. Of course, "I did it" and "it was my influence" will be heard from everyone. Bear this one thing in mind, the responsible worker never talks. If the president of a certain organization would only have known of the famous yarn "the debate between the members of the human body" he might not have acted as he did the other night. SOCIETl RETURNS FROM NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz returned to the city from the north where they visited relatives and friends. • • • PICNIC SUPPER TO BE GIVEN Members of Junior Hadassah will assemble at the ocean and 15th Street, Miami Beach, Monday evening July 25th, at half past six for" an informal beach picnic supper. This will mark the first gathering since the recent installation of new officers. Food, fun and frolic will prevail during the evening and members and their friends are invited to be present. The sum of fifty cents per person will cover supper which will be prepared by the committee in charge. • • • BABY GIRL IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner are receiving congratulations upon the birth of their baby daughter born July 15th at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. CONVALESCES AT HOME Miss Jeane T. Weinberg, daughter of Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, is recuperating at her home from a tonsilectomy. • • • VISITS HERE WITH PARENTS Dr. and Mrs. Jack Werhsler are visiting in Miami as the house guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wechsler. They will remain rere for several weeks. • • • VISITS IN CAROLINA Ben Silver, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jack August and son left bv car for the Carolines where' they will spend their vacation. • • • RESIDENTS MOTHER DIES Mrs Marv Berkowich, mother of Bertha B. Levy, died July 14th in Baltimore, Md. RETURNS FROM UNIVERSITY Mi=s Dorothy Ann Levin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin, returned to the city from Chicago 111., where she was a student in the Journalism course at Northwestern University, noted Journalism institute. She won high honors there. THIS IS A REAL AMERICAN The real America must be lived and understood. It is something far and above mere geography, the accident of birth or any legal document. It is a syn-pcriv.m of ideal? and concepts that has made us free, different, liberal, humane. If YOU regp.rd personal liberty and free speech as sacred privileges and not as a means for subversive and unpatriotic ends, your are a good AmericanIf YOU put the interests cf the U. S. A. above any political party, you are a good American. If you are not swayed in behalf of a criminal, just because he bears the nationality of ycur fatherland or your faith, you are a good American. If you are tolerant with your fellow law-abiding citizens, regardless of their race or creed, you are a good American. If you penalize an ofender in accordance with his offense and do not propagandize against the whole nation or creed from which he happens to come, you are a good American. If, as a naturalized citizen, you drop the foreign prefix to your Americanism and give undivided and wholehearted allegiance to the U. S. A., you are a good American. If you believe in the U. S. A., and can turn a deaf and disdainful ear to the insidious persuasions, of foreign propagandists, ycu are a good American. If you have faith in established American institutions to adequately meet the changing social and economic problems of our country, you are a good American If you realize that where there are privileges there are also obligations and that some of the latter are Tolerance, Social Equality and Loyalty to the U. S. A., you are a good American. If you can appreciate the obvious advantages of living in a country governed by the people and not by dictators, you are a good American. If you are all of these, you are a REAL American. ONLY REAL AMERICANS SHOULD LIVE IN AMERICA. (The above was dropped by the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League by aeroplane over the Bund camp in New York. "Dr. Franklin never uttered the sentiments which are attributed to him in the supposed journal or diary of Charles Pinckney," Mr. Rigling told The League. "In fact, no such diary has ever been found, dence that Franklin held Jews in high esteem." The non-Sectarian League contacted Mr. Rigling immediately after the appearance of an antiSemitic handbill in New York City on June 11 which quoted Benjamin Franklin as having said "Jews are a menace to this country if permitted entrance and should be excluded." The handbill bore no name, and insignia, of the German-American Vocational League, Inc., of 21 East 75th Street New York City, which immediately denied connection with the publication and asked for an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Approximately 5,000 copies of the handbill were distributed m New York City and vicinity, ine Non-Sectarian I-eague believe.!. "Certain grammatical errors made in the handbill are synonymous with errors consistently used by writers for an organization close to the German-American Volksbund," directors of the League said. "It is natural that these individuals would use the name of another organization to cover up their lies. The Bund used another subsidiary to publicize its Fordfor-President campaign of which Henry Ford had no knowledge. The Non-Sectarian League spiked that move and is lending all its efforts to nip other American Nazi •ricks in the bud. The full statement of Tho Franklin Institute follows: "Within the past month Frai.klin's mythical speech full of animadversions against the Jews, which he is supposed to have delivered before the Constitutional Convention, has reappeared in the daily press, acording to the published acocunt, this speech warned the people of the United States against the "vampire" race, and concluded: I warn you, gentlemen, of you do not exclude the Jews forever your children and your children's children will curse you in their graves.' "The provenance of these statements has been traced to the February 3, 1934, issue of Liberation, the publication of a Fascist organization which appeared in Asheville, N. C, in 1033. Franklin's Prophecy,' so-called_ was immediately reprinted by papers in Germany and Switzerland and from thence, reerossing the Atlantic, it turned up in the United States in September, 25, 1034. in a pamphlet circulated from New York by Robert Edward Edmondson. "The 'Prophecy,' charade iz.,I by Professor Charles A. Beard, in the Jewish Frontier for March 1935, as a 'barefaced forgery,' was supposed to be found in a diary kept by Charles Pinckney of South Carolina. No such diary is known to exist nor can anything resembling it be found" among any of the extant Pinckney papers. Furthermore, neither Prof. Beards examination of Franklin's writings nor careful searches in the available records 'including the vast collections of Franklinana in Philadelphia 'have produced anything;' that gives the slightest justification for believing that the 'Prophecy' is. more than a bare faced forgery. Not a word, 'wrote I (Continued on Page Six)



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PAOE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 22. lflsa BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN *99 Albacore Drive—6-12SS 530 N. E. 31.t St.—MM MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabble will be In the Temple erery morninr Tu mey oonault with them on matters concerning the Jewish commtiSH T rt„* r y 2 ur M P ."" 0,f ". rohl m *ou ""I be assured sympathetic SS* Temple Israel's policy of holding regular services the whole year round, as exemplified by last Friday's attendance of over 160 congregants. her fifteenth birthday at a party given In her home Tuesday afternoon. Bunco was played and refreshments were served. Prizes were awarded to Misses Lilly Star and Berniee Ichill. Those attending were the Misses Helen Peretzman, Shirley Koffman, Evelyn Van Gilder, Dorothy Cohen, Millie Kotler. Muriel Cohen, Lilly Star, Berniee Ichill, Eunice Peretzman, Zeda and Marsella Elozory. ity's Temple." The public is cordially Invited. HEBREW ([.ASSES W 8 urge our congregants once again to take advantage of the rare opportunity presented to them, through enlistment of their children in the daily Hebrew classes, which will be conducted hi Miss Dorothy Golden, of Atlanta, Ga., arrived here Monday. She will visit with her aunts and uncles. Mr. and Mrs. S. F.Isaacson and Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Lubetzky. She will remain here for about a week before returning home. OUT regular Friday evening soMr 1 '"'"' ,l 1; 'With the proper vices will be held at 8:16 p. m„ in l / fI,,,,ls0 • %  "• %  shall be arrangthe Temple. I "" t in tho "OOthwaat section (2 days a week) and on the Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will Beach i2 days a week) for the conspeak on the priestly section of I venience of our members. Kindthe portion of the week, with refly notify the Temple office whetherence to "Juatiee Benjamin N. er you are interested in this serCardoso, a High Priest in Humanvice for your children. TW NOTES Isaac A. Berner. 61, wholesale metal dealer in Tampa for the past 40 years, died Sunday morning at the Veteran's hospital at Bay Pines. St. Petersburg, after an illness of nearly a month. He was a member of Joe Wheeler Camp No. I, Veterans of the Spanish American War and of the Hillaborongh I-odge F. & A. M. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Bessie Berner. and a brother. Sam Berner. of Tampa. Funeral services were held Monday morning at the Greenman home. Rabbi Adolph Burger, officiating. Pall bearers were A. Finman. L Gordon. Adam Wolf son. L Peretzman. Charles Harfcosritx, David Stein. Sam Roeenfarb and M. Zubkin. Burial was held in Jacksor.. Tuesday in the Orthodox Jewish Cemetery at Jacksonville. Sam Abramovitz and Edith Levins have announced their engagement to be married. The wedding will take place September IS. Mr. Abramovitz is of Lakeland, formerly of Tampa and Miss Levine is of Jacksonville. FURNITURE MARKS.T ST. WWmtl? Members of the M. J. M. Club gave a luncheon and bunco party for newly elected officers Wednesday at the Cricket Tea Room. New officers are Miss Lily Star, president; Miss Sylvia Haimovit. vice-president; Miss Dorothy Cohen, secretary; Miss Millie Kotler, treasurer; Miss Evelyn Van Gilder, reporter and Miss Lorraine Davis, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Nathan Toiler has been elected new sponsor for the Club. Thep rizes were awarded to sfisaaa Sylvia Haimovit and Dorothy Cohen. Others who attended were Misses Helen Peretxman, Esther Argentar. Shirley Koffman, Ed th El wry, Dr. Boris Davidoff, musical dire, tor of the Y. M. H. A., having also connected with the music department of the University of Tampa, deemed it advisable to coordinate the work in both the %  hove institutions. He has therefore, recommended to the officials of the University of Tampa (which has met with their approval) that all music students who pursue' their studies at the Y. If, H. A. be given credits to be applied to their musical work at the University of Tampa. The course at the • Y. M. H. A. includes both vocal and instrumental music and will continue throughout the summer. Arrangements have been made to have Miss Helen Hunt of the Tarn! pa University Musical Department ] take charge of the Y. M. H. A. i musical students during the time Dr. Davidoff will be away on his i vacation, so that the work might continue without interruption. Prospective students who plan to remain in Tampa or vicinity during the summer will find the music course given at the Y. M. H. A. most thorough and profitable. All inquiries regarding the course may be directed to Dr. Boris Davidoff at the Y. M. H. A. in the mornings and at the Edgewater Hotel in the afternoons. Mr. and Mrs. H. Aronovitz Sunday announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Helen Aronovitz. to Gabriel M. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohen, of Louisville, Ky. The marriage will take place in the fall. Miss Aronovitz was born in Tampa and was graduated from Hillsborough high school. She received her L I. degree from the University of Tampa where she was a charter member of the Sigma Theta Phi sorority. She is a member of the faculty of the Robert E. Lee School and is a member of the Junior Hadassah and president of the Tampa branch of National Council of Jewish Juniors. Mr. Cohen received his A. B. degree from the University of North Carolina where he became a member of the Phi Alpha fraternity. He is editor and publisher of the Chronicle in Louisville and the Jewish Post in Indianapolis. Ind., and is a member of B'nal B'rith and the Zionist organizations in Louisville. tournament was held last Tup day afternoon on the Jacksonville Beach pier. Mrs. B. B. Bromberg directed the play. Mr. and Mrs. G. Levin announce the engagement of their daughter, Edith, to Sam Abramovitz of Tampa and Lakeland. The wedding will take place on September 18. Miss Levin is a graduate of Andrew Jackson High School, and is a popular member of the younger set. Mr. Abramovitz attended Tampa schools and is in business in Lakeland. The Merry Fellows Club will have a beach party July 26 at Clearwater Beach for members and their guests in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weissman. who were married recently. Mrs. Weissman was Miss Sally Rivkind of St. Petersburg, before her recent marriage. New officers of the Club who were elected at a recent meeting are Alexander Bokor, president; Irving Katz, vice-president; Maurice Finman, secretary and Dr. J. Leon Schwartz, treasurer. The social committee which comprises Sam Verkauf. Maurice Finman. Milton Bokor Sol Fleischman, Fred Poller and Simon Schwartz, has made arrangements to hold the club's seventh annual Thanksgiving dance at the Forest Hills Country Club. The Jacksonville Beach piewill be the scene July 27 of the Ladies Sheltering and Aid Society and Home for the Aged Summer social event. In charge of the event are Mrs. S. L. Blattnei, Mrs. Sam Witten and Mrs. p. Haimovitz. Tickets for the affair may be secured from any member of the Ladies Aid. On the committee with the co-chairmen are Mrs. A. Robin, Mrs. M. Ghelerter, Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs. S. Bryan. Mrs. M. Stein and Mrs. H. Talisman. The public is cordially invited to attend. JACKSONVILLE Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Coleman announce the birth of a son, Hume Field on Wednesday, July Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Robin announce the birth of a daughter, Rachelle, on Friday, July 8. Mrs! Robin, prior to her marriage, was Miss Florence Kadis of Des Moines, Iowa. The Senior Hadassah bridge KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. 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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 8. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily: Sbachri3 at 8 a. m.; Minctaa at 6:30 p. m.; Maariv, 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 616 p. m. GUEST RABBI TO SPEAK At the Sabbath morning servicei Rabbi Louis Swichkow of Temple Beth El will be guest speaker and will speak of the Biblical portion of the week. Rabbi Swichkow i-1 a graduate of the Hebrew [Theological College of Chicago land was formerly Rabbi in ChicaIgo Heights. As the guest is known [to be a forceful and interesting speaker his talk is eagerly awaitkd. | ANOTHER PICNIC TO BE HELD Due to the popular demand [there will be another picnic dur[ing the summer under the auspicICS of the Congregation. The date has been set for August 14th and details will appear in subsequent i.-sues. LADIES AUXILIARY A card and bingo party is scheduled for the latter part of August to be held on the premises of the Y. M. H. A. HABANOTH An outing and picnic was schedjulcd for Thursday, July 21. In (charge of arrangements are the officers of the club as well as Mrs. Cecil Tannenbaum, Mrs. Lillian Shulman and Mrs. Ethel Grossman. SHALOS SUDOS The Shalos Sudoth this Sabbath will be donated by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swichkow honoring the visit of Rabbi and Mrs. L. Swichkow who are visiting in our com".nunity. CONGRATULATIONS We extend sincere congratulations to the Young Men's Hebrew Association upon the election of Mr. Maurice Grossman as Executive Director. We comment the choice and hope that with the cooperation the entire community, the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. will occupy the position it deserves in the organized life of our community. JEWISH RADIO HOUR Rabbi Kellner will conduct the radio hour of the Rabbinical Association this Sunday at 3:30 p. m., over Station WIOD. IN THE SYNAGOGUE During the three weeks that commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple we observe special customs that are in keeping with the spirit of these days. Rabbi Kellner teaches the worshippers Shulchan and every evening between Mincha and Maariv and during the Drei Vochen the group studies the laws that regulate the customs of these days. PAGE FIVE •+ THE WORLDS WINDOW -By LUDWIG LEWISOHNlt is not by accident that renewI Arab disorders have broken out in the city of Haifa and spread to the rest of Palestine. It was Haifa bay that they hanged [•' non ben Joseph in Acre prison. And so the Arabs thought mce more that England was on hi side and had decided to ext that fact to the world. For I mediaeval mind whether Arabs or Germans intertheae over-scrupulous leanward as signs of weaksigns of giving-in, as iwardice. England on e ayed us and the empire mantty itself by hanging risionist lad. To whom did 'Oliay us and herself? Not II handful of Palestine Arabs That would be a minor 1 She betrayed us to the pitler state of mind, to the jungle, vn ultimate Nemesis. sent reports from Palese an clement of the farciips, gun-boats, bombing have arrived. The empire n the march. Only nothing is Revisionists are arrested. '• four hours British troops I 600 Arabs on the Trans-Jorder. Four hours. Results: Arabs killed, eight wounded. done for us at Evian, Palestine, is the only place on earth that can harbour and save the fleeing Jewish masses. We must save Palestine in order to save the Jewish people. The Zionist Organization cf America, which is today the strongest unit in the World Organization has just elected Dr. Solomon Goldman as its president. No better choice could have been made. Dr. Goldman is an outstanding Hebriac leader and scholar, a man of valiant and philosophic mind. I am persuaded that he and the executive will see the necessities of the hour. (1) A great determined immediate drive of which the goal is to increase the Z. O. A. to 100,000 members. (2) A consequent political activity, consisting of (a) adequate propaganda and counter-propaganda, (b) representation by accredited and able men in Washington. London, Paris, (c) the financing of a Jewish Information Bureau in Palestine that shall bring to the constant attention of Britain and the world the sources and character of Arab opposition and publish the provenience of Arab arms, money, etc. (3) A cultural drive by publications, by definite departments in the New Palestine, by word of moath to convince American Jewry that there is but one Jewish people engaged in a struggle for its very life and that single and in bedroom and bath. Superior cujiiruj • and icrvice In The Patio Grill, aaej ', fcl Th Rooievelt Rendeivoui. 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938 DR. WISE INDUCTS DR. GOLDMAN AS NEW Z. 0. A. HEAD WANT TO AID CHILDREN The Sioga Fraternity, composed of young Jewish hoys, would appreciate your writing them in care of the Jewish Floridian and giving them the names of Jewish children who would enjoy a day at the Beach. The Fraternity will provide transportation, food and games so that underprivileged children may obtain advantages they otherwise cannot receive. "^TCTETERSBURG' Notes By ANNABEL JACOBS Miss Isadora Moscovitz and Mr. J


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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN PAGE SEVEN __ CERTIFIED BUSINESS D'REC TORy — THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY AUTOMOBILE SERVICE General Auto Repairing WRECKER SERVICE AUTO PAINTING %  Generators, Starters. Ignition, Prompt SerTiC VlQLByS OARAGE .. fr-\l& nd., M-Bch., Tel. 6-_9_138 BATTERIES SERVICE H4TTEBIES AUTO AND MARINE PRICED $2.95 UP Recharging. Complete Electrical and iEiiitton Service. Motor Winding, Carburetor Rebuilding. ROAD SERVICE Expert Workmanship BEST BATTERY COMPANY 1SW W. Flagler St. Tel. 3-3212 COMFORT -!PROTECTION A WELL VENTILATED ATTIC MEANS A COOL HOME BARRON'S "SELFACTION" LEAK PROOF VENTILATORS KEEP OUT BLOWING RAINS and prevent high pressure formation tn attics. Let ds replace your leaky Lfp.'mELAND COMPANY. INC. S43 N. W. Ptrst Court Phone S-64B5 ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS Repairs Contracts Alterations LYON ELECTRIC CO. The Oldest Established Electrical Contractors at Miami Beach Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-6744 PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL Established Since 1914 BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Electrical Wiring—Any Size Job Repairing Anything Electrical Residential and Commercial 815 S. W. IStu Ave. Phone 3-12S8 FLOOR COVERINGS CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOUSE PLANS. Etc., reasonable rates, work gnaranteed. W. PAUL MEREDITH Construction Engineer, Room 205, TWVPi N. H. 2nd Ave, Phone 7-4727. A COMPLETE Floor Covering Service—Hotels. Apartments, Residences. Cleaning and Moth Proofing LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS Many years of trustworthy service. All customer's goods insured. MIAMI CARPET CLEANING ft LAYING Co., John A. Baker, Owner. 120 N. W. 25th St.. Tel. 2-2921. FLORISTS BOARDING BATHING GROOM Plucking Modern Boarding Kennels. KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL Mrs. V. W. Knowles, 740 N. E. 90th St. 7-214 1 PLUMBING SEPTIC TANKS A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Work All Work Guaranteed ?j YEARS' experience; large and small Installations. Ill X. E. 20th St. Phone 3-3932. ELECTRIC RAZORS ELECTRIC SHAVER Specialist SCHICK AND 8HAVEMASTER OIL KITS—ACCESSORIES I. A. ANDRESS 131 Shoreland Arcade. Pho. 3-4581 EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Flagler and Bridge. Phone 2-6333— 2-HS47. lie.ich Phone 3-2961 — 607 Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th Avenue. Phone 2-3103.—Finest Assortment of Flesh Out Flowers In Miami. KI.OWEFS FOR Af.Iy OCCASIONS WIRED ANYWHERE DRAPERIES Tlen"en<3hop BETTER DRAPERIES Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E. SOCIETY LEAVE FOR V \ CATION Mr. and Mrs. Heiman Coopersmith of Miami Beach, have departed for the North. In New Jersey they will meet their daughters, Mrs. Hyman Gottesman and daughter Harriette, and Mrs. Irving Cohen, all of Miami Beach, who will join them for an extended vacation of several weeks. OFFICIAL VISITS HERE Former Democratic Senator Peter J. McGuinness of the State of New Jersey, was the guest of Mis? Diana Coopersmith recently during his short stay in Miami Beach. Miss Coopersmith was formerly associated with the firm of Ward and McGuinness, prominent attorneys of New Jersey during her study at New Jersey Law School. The Senator was accompanied by Mrs. McGuinness and their two children, Lawrence and John. • • • SPINOZA GROUP MEETS "Just as the Jews are the most historical of all people, Palestine is the most historical of all countries," Dr. Wolfson told the Spinoza Group last Saturday afternoon. "Wherever you place your foot in Palestine you are treading on history. There is hardly a hill FURNITURE REPAIRING FINE FURNITURE MADE FINER Upholstering — Refinlsbing — Repairing — Antiques Restored. Absolute Guarantee. _._ FLAMINGO FURNITURE 8HOP Back of Grove Theatre—Geo. F. Darrow. Mgr., 824T Charles Ave. Phono 4-1880. LANDSCAPING-SODLS IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST! PULVERIZED SOIL $1.00 a yard, Muck, Marl or Mixed. Cow Manure, 3 bags $1.00 Phone 4-4804. Agent will call. ROOF REPAHtLNO SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK CO. EDWIN H. O'NEAL, Owner 12 TEAKS EXPERIENCE Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks" Say: "Superior Septic Tanks" REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Initallations Any Slse—Reasonable Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nite, 484 N. B. 67th Street. SIGNS FOR COMMERCIAL — WALLOUTDOOR SIGNS TRUCK LETTERING PHONE 3-6815 RANKIN SIGN CO. 118 N. W. 2nd Avenue WRECKING & MATERIAL WE WILL wreck any building, any time, anywhere. Full insurance coverage. Licensed wreckers. DOOR. Windows, all sizes: steel sash, firedoors; lumber. 2x4. 8x6. 2x8, 2x10. 2x12, 2x14Reinforcing steel "I" beams, angles; toilets, lavatories, tubs, water pipe, black pipe, soil pipe and fittings. SCOTT AND WHITTAKER Wrecking and Salvage Contractors 3100 X. W. 27th Ave. Phone 3-4115 PAINTINQ TERMITE PROOFING ROOF TROUBLES CURED With crack-proof, non-drying whitecool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat. CHEAP AS TAR 5 Tear Guarantee: Local Proof. Free Estimate. Phone 2-5703 PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY 16 years in Miami—W. N. Palmer, Prop. BARRETT APPROVED ROOFING Sheet Metal Work Tile Roofing "Roofs That Last" 15 N. E. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3429 RUG CLEANING HAWKINS RUQ CLEANERS Rugs Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired Moth Proofing Orientals Our Specialty 60 N. E. 39th Street—Tel. 2-7798 John Sevcrin. Mgr. TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE Odorless Fireproof Safe Old or New Buildings 5 YEAR GUARANTEE Semi-Annunl Free Inspection. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers in South Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively. TERMITE CONTROL CO Phone 7-2818 120 N. W. 53rd St. TRANSFER AND STORAGE JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER A STORAGE COMPANY. INC. 1000 N. E. First Ave, Local and Long Distance Hauling. Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver. CRATING—PACKING—SHIPPING Fireproof Warehouses—Custom Rondod—Moth Proofing DENTIST DR. SANBORN EX-RAY & GAS EXTRACTIONS Cor. N. E. First Ave., at Second St. Opposite Catholic Church PHONE 2-1460 Small Monthly Payments Have that Painting or Decoratil) Job done NOW Summer Priees. Reliable, Work Guaranteed MONEY TO LOAN For Painting—No down paymentThree years to pay—No Mortgage Required. HUMPHREY 4 HART Licensed Contractor* Phone 4-6000 DANCING INSTRUCTION TED HILL'S Efchool of Dancing—Staff of expert teachers—all types of dancingtaught LARRY LAYTON dancer at Miami's finest clubs, in charge of tap for children and adults. EDNA MOORE formerly of London and New York in charge, of ballet, toe, acrobatic, classic and reducing. RADIO AUDITIONS A TRAINING Private and class instruction dally or evenings. Phone 8-430?, 206 N, H, 14th St., at Second Avonue, __^ f ELECTRICIANS P For Years Master Electrician of Largest and Most Famoai Office Buildings In the World "" CHARLIE KALB MASTER ELECTRICIAN ALTERATIONS—HOUSE WIRING REPAIRS THANK YOU PHONE 7 28IT %  •>— top that does not cover the remains of ancient Temple, hardly a village that does not hide the site of some ancient centre of civilization." Dr. Wolfson gave the first of a series of five lectures on Palestine. Next Saturday afternoon the Spinoza Group will meet again on the lawn of 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. After the musical program Dr. Wolfson will give the second talk on Palestine. All are welcome. There is no charge or collection. • • LEAVES FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz left the city Tuesday morning by auto for the north where they will visit with relatives and friends. RETURNS FROM CONVENTION The A. Z. A. Miami Chapter 322 was represented by many delegates at the State Convention held last Sunday in Tampa. The boys attending were accompanied by Mr. Nathan Adelman, one of the chapter's sponsors. The Miami Chapter has been represented at the B'nai B'rith meetings by one of their members and will continue doing so. Meetings of the A. Z. A. are held every Monday evening at the Y clubrooms. DANCE TO BE GIVEN The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold their summer dance Sunday evening, July 24th at the Roadside Rest with Mrs. Nat L. Williams in charge of arrangements assisted by Mesdames Maurice Jacobs, Harry Marcus, Stanley C. Myers, Chas. S. Werblow, Leo R. Kupper, Albert E. Rosenthal and Harry Kaufman. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend as an enjoyable evening is promised. RABBI PHILIP S. BERNSTEIN OF ROCHESTER presents the report of his Committee on Peace to the 49th annual meeting of the Central Conference of American Rabbis in Atlantic City. Koolmotor Gasolene and Oils jHi&IL^2* Distributed By ORANGE STATE OIL CO. LOW FA RES In Seaboard's C-o-o-1. 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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULYgg^ TYUumL TbiBJu By HARRY SCHWARTZ Probably the most constructive action taken by the new officers .'ccurredon Monday night, July IS, at a special Board of Directors meeting, when Maurice Grossman was chosen Executive Director of the Y. M. H. A. the boys on some three syllable words. Sam Shindell and his better half are pepping to compete against each other. Harry Schwartz and his bride are back in town and both beaming. Our ace reporter will take over his duties again next week and are vj all glad! A new ping-pong table will soon make its appearance to take care of the tremendous traffic on the present ones. The A. Z. A. boys who are meeting at the "Y" are a very valuable asset. A swell bunch of boys headed by Teddy Plant. The "Y" bunch turned out well at the recent B'nai B'rith picnic, but unfortunately the ball game with West Palm Beach was called off. Mr. Grossman is a man of wide experience in many fields and undoubtedly will lead the "Y" on to greater heights. He is a graduate of Georgetown University, was en{ng aW y the **}\ team is bein S National Council of Jewish Juniors have a big dance on July 31, at the Royal Palm. Let's all support their dance and have one of the "Y" members win the dance 'contest. I Coach Dr. Barney Weinkle beDave Shier, publicity chairman of the Junior Division, returned to the city after a two week's stay in Georgia where he visited relatives and friends. The Junior Y holds their regular meetings on Monday evenings and members and friends are cordially invited to be present and to assist and cooperate in the division's activities. caged in the legal profession, and very active in communal and religious affairs in New Jersey before coming to Miami two years ago. During the two years time he acted as Executive Director of the Plainfield, N. J., Y. M. H. A., he set an enviable record. He has set as his goal a greater and better "Y" with more activities for the Jewish community as a whole. We wish him loads of luck and promise to do our utmost to cooperate with him in building up a "Y" worthy of Miami. Wednesday evening, July 27. the Y. W. and Y. M.. are sponsoring a card party for the benefit of the Y. M. H. A. athletic fund. The "Y" team has been right in the thick of their league battle and giving an excellent acount of themselves. They have continually beat the league leaders. Shayne Drug, beating them attain last week. Many fine prizes are being offered at the card party alone with some fine refreshment-. A rd attendance is expected. run by Aaron Weinkle. DR. HAROLD RAND. Harry Smart the curly-: % %  •-. was ill last week but is iack in circulation. JUNIOR DIVISION TO GIVE FIRST ANNUAL DANCE At the regular meeting of the Junior Division of the "Y" held last Monday evening plans for the first annual dance were formulated. Hyman Merlin, president, appointed Ray Shochet general chairman, assisted by Esther Shochet, Bernice Miller, Stanton Halpert and Hyman Merlin. The dance which will inaugurate the first in the series of annual affairs to be given yearly by the Juniors will be held Sunday evening, August 28 at the Odd Fellow's Hall with admission seventy-five cents per couple. A prominent orchestra will furnish the music for dancing. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the Junior Y or at the Y clubrooms. The Junior Division accepted the challenge of the Women's and Men's Division to participate in the Spelling Match to be held in are interested in entering the conithe near future. All members who petetive matId Cigarettes the best practicable protection for Factory Freshness. J L 2 J^ets of Cellophane wh,ch are found only on Old Gold Cigarettes provide much greater protection for freshness than any other paper package of cigarettes. 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Miami, Fla
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July 22, 1938

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 28.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
TO
New York, (WNS)Encourag-
ed by the successful outcome of
the conviction and sentencing of
six directors of the German-Amer-
ican Bund's Camp Siegfried in
Suffolk County, Long Island, lead-
ers of the Disabled American Vet-
erans of the World War, who ini-
tiated the prosecution, are now
conferring with officials of all
other veterans organizations for a
national campaign to drive out
Nazi camps from every state in
the Union. The basis of the cam-
paign will be a concerted move to
enact laws in all states like the
civil rights law in New York un-
der which the six Nazis were con-
victed. This law provides that all
secret, oath-bound organizations
must file a roster of their mem-
bership with the state. Legal of-
ficials here were studying the law
to determine whether all members
nf the Bund are subject to prose-
cution under the statute adopted
more than a decade ago to combat
the Ku Klux Klan. There is also
a possibility that the liquor license
if (amp Siegfried may be cancel-
led.
[
E
ELKS OPPOSE
FOREIGN "ISMS"
Jerusalem, (WNS PaWr Agen-
I The Hebrew newspapers of
Palestine have called upon the
government for a searching inves-
"ii of the bombings in Jeru-
salem on July l.r>th and in Haifa
receding days, after express-
ing doubt lh-it Jews were respon-
sible for the outrages which re-
in scores of casualties. The
ials, dealing directly whh
'S that Jews might have been
rolved in the bombings, voiced
rei of the catastrophe thai
Jerusalem on July IStta and
oil grave doubt that it had
perpetrated by Jews. In all
ility, the press asserts, the
agedy was the result of an acci-
tal explosion while arms were
transferred in the Old City
' alis. An energetic, compre-
hensive investigation is asked in
order to clarify responsibility for
rusalem and Haifa incidents.
The municipal council of Tel
Aviv, meanwhile, added its own
appeal to that which had been is-
m the past few days by oth-
er Jewish institutions, condemn-
ing "all attacks against innocent
people." In a resolution unani-
mously adopted, the council de-
manded the consolidation of the
whole yishub in a discipline to the
supreme institutions of the Yishub
and called for the strengthening
of Jewish self defense measures
"" hile scoring any attempt at re-
taliation.
Meanwhile, the terrorism claim-
ed six more Jewish lives. Samuel
J. Leichter, 23 of Gan Shmuel was
shot and killed while driving with
an Arab friend. Peter Pachner,
a supernumerary was killed in
I (Continued Von Pace Eight)
Atlantic City, (WNS)A reso-
lution pledging the Benevolent
and Protetivcc Order of Elks to
fight Communism, Fascism, Naz-
ism and other subversive influenc-
es was adopted at the order's 74th
annual convention. The resolution
stated "the whole world is rent
asunder by strife and contention,
turmoil and uncertainty.
In this country Communism,
Nazism and Fascism, and other
subversive influences are striving
to discredit and destroy the ideals
and institutions symbolized by the
American flag. Political, social
and economic forces are combat-
ting one another. Never in our
history have we had greater need
for the qualities for which our
flag stands."
GERMANY FACES
FINANCIAL UPSET
Berlin, (WNS)The drastic ec-
onomic measures against the Jews
are among the factors being blam-
ed here for the startling stock
market collapse in Germany which
has created a panic. The worst
break in the Bourse since the Na
zi regime came to power toppled
stocks and bonds four to ten points
despite rigid price controls. Im
partial observers attribute the col-
lapse in large measure to the re-
cent elimination of Jewish brokers
from the stock exchange as well
as to the tightened curbs on Jew-
ish businessmen. An alarming
shrinkage in German foreign trade
is laid to the anti-Jewish excesses
in Berlin and Vienna and to the
fact that the elimination of Jew-
ish business men in Germany and
Austria robbed the Reich of valu-
able trade connections in the Bal
kans.
NFW YORK BANS
11 flu
Albany, N. Y., (WNS)A con-
stitutional ban against racial and
teligioua discrimination in New
York moved toward final approva'
in the New York State Constitu-
tional Convention after Senator
Tobert F. Wagner minority lead-
er m the convention, appealed for
the passage of the bill. In sup-
port of the bill he declared that
in many "unhappy lands racial
vandala, and political gangster-
dom are the order of the day"
where "members of minority races
are eliminated from the schools,
professions and trades and despoil-
ed of all property and station;
where the prospect of a life with-
out hope and without recourse has
driven countless thousands to self
destruction."
Asserting that American princi-
ples of government are drastically
opposed to such conditions, Sena-
tor Wagner said that "uncertain
(Continued on Page Eight)
PRESS IS URGED
TO USE CAUTION
New York, (WNS)Asserting
that "great harm" is done by the
dissemination of Nazi libels
against Jews through the Ameri-
can press "without concurrent an-
alysis of these diatribes, of the
reason they are uttered, of the
nhobias they involve," Prof. Clyde
R. Miller, secretary of the Insti-
tute of Propaganda Analysis, urg-
ed the press to "increasingly ap-
ply analysis to its own news stor-
ies.". Speaking on "The Propa-
ganda of Prejudice" before a con-
ference on intercultural education
for teachers convened under the
auspices of the New York Rouni'
Table of the National Conference
of Jews and Christians, Dr. Mil-
ler said:
"What I have in mind is this:
some official in Germany will
make a statement reviling Jews.
The statement will be picked up
by American news agencies aim
released as a news story to news-
napers in every city and state in
the Union. The statement com
prises utter untruth and outrirh'
'ibel. There is every reason foi
nrinting it as news because not
to do so would violate that free
dom of speech without which an
alysis is impossible. Few news-
papers, however, and few new-
agencies go to the trouble at the
time these statements are issu to include in the news story from
reputable sources analysis which
would go far toward undoing the
evil effect of the hysteria produc
ing libel. I have no objection to
American newspapers repeating
Nazi diatribes against Jews and
other non-Nordics. I do say th it
without concurrent analyses of
ihe ie diatribi s. of the reas< n-
they are uttered, of th! phobia
hey involve, great harm is done
by their dissemination. With an
adequate analysis acompanyins
such statements In the form of edi-
torial conum-nts. it is likely that
few persons of normal intelligence
will be dimed by them.*'
GERMAN JEWISH PROFESSOR
GETS LIFE POST AT MICH. I'.
Istanbul, (WNS)Having ac-
cepted a life-long professorship in
th University of Michigan's de-
partment of philosophy. Dr. Sans
Reichenbach German-Jewish ref-
ugee professor, resigned from Is-
tanbul University and left for the
United States. He had declined
an invitation from the Turkish
government to remain here for
three years more.
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9:60
The Jewish Eloridian will
again present another in its
series of weekly "broadcasts
this coming Snnday morning
over Station WKAT (1600 k.
c.) at 9:00 o'clock. It's fnll
of interesting news and com-
ments and music.
NAZI CAMP GETS
AMERICAN "COPY"
Yaphank, L. I., (WNS)The
Nazi Camp Seigfried in this Long
Island town was bombarded by a
barrage if 25,000 red, white and
blue leaflets hurled from a pursuit
plane chartered for the purpose by
the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi Lea-
gue. The leaflets were entitled
"This is a Real American" and
stressed tolerance, social equality
and asked the Nazi to adopt purely
and esked the Nazi to adopt purely
American principles. Attendance
at the camp at the first week-end
since six of its officials were con-
victed of violating the state civil
rights law dropped more than two-
thirds.
Palestine Press Is
Under Censorship
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy)The Palestine Government
has notified all foreign correspon-
dents that a stringent censorship
will he applied to all telegraph--
and cables issuing from Palestine
as up-to-date. A special Gazette
was also issued by the govern-
ment prohibiting the circulation,
translation or reproduction of the
letter of Col. Josiah Wedgwood
'luoted in the London Times of Ju-
ly 9th, in which Col. Wedgwood
urared the Jews of Palestine to re-
place words with action.
II. S. CONSUL TO
STUDY PROBLEM
Berlin, (WNS)George Brandt,
a consul in the foreign service of
the United States, who served as
technical adviser on immigration
to the American delegation at the
Kvian refugee conference, has ar-
rived in Germany as an official
observer sent by the United States
to assemble data to be used by
the American representatives when
the newly-organized intergovern-
mental refugee committee meets
in London on August 3rd.
Brandt will seek to gather ma-
terial on how to approach Ger-
many regarding steps to persuade
her to let refugees take out their
possessions. He will not meet
with German officials but will ex-
nlore the question through Amer-
ican diplomatic channels while
conveying to American consulates
in Berlin, Vienna, Hamburg and
Stuttgart the American govern-
ment's policy on refugee visa pol-
icy.
London, (WNS)George Rub-
lee, 70-year-old Washington at-
torney and friend of President
Roosevelt, is reported to be the
choice of the United States for di-
rector of the permanent refugee
committee. A native of Wiscon-
sin, Rublee served on the Federal
Trade Commission and the Eight-
Hour Commission by appointment
of President Wilson.
NOTORIOUS ANTI-SEMITE HEALEY
SENTENCED TO JAIL AFTER RAID
Following a sp'rited three hour trial in the City Court be-
xre Justice Cecil Curry Tuesday mcrning, Raymond J. Hraley
notorious anti-Semitic agitator was sentenced to thirty days in
jail for disorderly conduct, Rod Krenson a disciple of Healey
' meed *.c five day:; in jail and Edgar Dudley well-known
criminal investigator thirty days in jail.
City Investigators M. C. Tucker and Roy Willette were em-
phatic in their testimony that Healey who was the principal
speaker at a meeting held in Jimmie's Bar last Friday night,
was denunciatory of President Roosevelt, bitter in his attacks
against Jews and had declared that they would march against
Washington early in 1940 where they would seize the reins of
government and simultaneously seize, state, county and city gov-
ernments throughout the United States. Testimony further dis-
closed that the arrests were made to prevent a riot on the part
3f others who resented the attacks on President Roosevelt and
the government. Healey the self styled "American Hitler" tes-
tified that he bad been in touch with Rt. Rev. Bishop Shiels of
Chicago in connection with his activities. He had previously
served a sixty day term in New York for inciting to riot accord-
ing to his testimony.
Wm. J. Pruitt as special assistant attorney and E. J. Corlett
assistant City Attorney conducted the prosecution with unusual
ability and produced literature of the vilest Nazi kind found in
a brief case which Healey had attempted to hide when he was
arrested, among them a sticker urging that Jews be killed-
In his testimony Healey did not reply to the charges against
him but made one of the most anti-Semitic and incendiary
speeches ever heard in this area. Edgar Dudley testified that
he had been invited to attend the meeting to deliver an address
on Crime and Politics, a subject on which he had spoken before
numerous civic organizations in this area. He entered an ap-
peal from the verdict of the Court and was released several
hours later and vigorously denied all the charges, particularly
that he was anti-Semitic.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1933
V \( ATIONS IN
MIAMI
Mas Bthel Levin. Mis> P&Uj
Jacobson, Miss Gertrude Sosnick
ami Mr. William Sheviek of Win-
tan s.ilem, N. C, and Mrs. N. E.
Weinstoin of Rooky Mount. X. C.
an visiting in Miami and will re-
main here for several weeks. Dur-
ing their stay here they plan to
visit in Cuba. Miss Ethel Levin
is the niece and Mrs. N. E. Wein-
stein the sister of Mr. Ike Levin
of Miami.

VISITS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaufman
and son, Jimmy, -of Brooklyn. N.
Y. are visiting here as the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewia and will remain for several
weeks.

IF WES FOR NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Ruben left
Saturday by boat for a visit in
Texas and California with rela-
and friends. They will re-
turn to the city in the middle of
August.
s*^*:
CH

IMONEER ILL AT
HOSPITAL
Mr. Manuel Rippa. one of the
Jewish pioneers of South Florida
and founder of the Chesed Shel
Ernes and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Cemetery Association, its suc-
. is seriously ill at the Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
>
LEAVES FOR
NEW YORK
Mrs. A. J. Tohin and daughter.
Harriett, student at the Florida
State College for Women, left
board the Shawnee for New Y rk
where they will visit with r
tives and friends, after which
will visit in the mountains. Th-.>y
will be .cone for -ix weeks.

ENG U.I MF.NT
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein an-
1 ince the engagement of their
daughter, Mildred, and Bob. Ros-
1 thai, of Omaha, Neb. The wed-
ding date will take pis 1 in Au-
gust

RETURNS TO CITY
Mr. Harry Markowitz returned
to the city Wednesday following
a visit to Indianapolis. Ind.. to
attend the unveiling of a memorial
in memory of his late wife Mrs.
Markowitz. and his mother-
in-law. Mrs. Dora Cohen. A. -
those attending "ere Rabbi Max
ro of Beth David Congreca
FEDERATION ADOPTS
CONSTITUTION
At the first joint meeting of the
directors at large and delegates
from adult Jewish organisations
of this area the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds at a meeting Wednes-
day night at the McAllister Hotel
adopted a constitution and by-laws
to covern the organization. The
organization will have thirty-six
directors at large elected from the
membership at the annual meeting
to be held in April of each year,
and one delegate from each adult
Jewish organization in this area.
A minimum contribution of $2.1
to the campaign to be conducted
by the organization each year for
national and international
Jewish organizations will ,
one to membership in the orja:.i-
A president, two vice-pres-
tary, treasurer, and
ten directors will constitute the
Exe utive Board of the institu-
tion. Local Jewish adult organi-
; who desire to become af-
filiated members may do so on
application to the organization.
Mr. Sam Blank, well known com-
munal worker is chairman of the
nominating committee which will
present recommendations for the
officer? and directors of the or-
ganization to be elected at the
next meeting of the Federation
next Tuesday evening July 26th,
at the Flagler room of the Mc-
Rl DY R. ADLER
Ticket chairman for the dance
I sponsored by the Freda Marko-
witz Post of the Jewish War
Veterans on August l"*th.
VISITORS VACATION
HERE
-Mrs. David Rosenberg, of In-
dianapolis. Ind.. is visiting in the
cfty with her sister. Mrs. Michael
Arnold, of Coral Gables, and with
her son, Arthur Rosenberg. She
will remain here for two months
after which she will return to her
home.

TO VISIT
IN NORTH
Mrs. Ida Greenblatt of the Don-
Bar Apartments. Miami Beach, ac
ci mpanied by her children, Judith.
Leonard and Edwin, will leave the
city for a trip to their former
home in VTnetand. N*. J. They will
be gone for several weeks.
tier.'and Mrs. Shapiro, and Mr. J. AIHster Hotel beginning at 8*1
M. Kopelowitz. president of B. AU Erectors are urged
I
MIAMIANS VISIT
IN NORTH
Rec<
' a: Pal] it
Mr Pallot
Y. M
to attend.
RETURNS TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold, of
Coral Gables, returned home
from a trip to New York and At-
lantic City where they went for
Mrs. Arnold's health.
SPENDS VACATION
HERE
:: Annette Geffen, of Atlan- RETURNS FROM
ta. Ga. da bias HONEYMOON
I Rabbi of Atlanta.. Mr. a*nd Mr; Harry Schwartz
her and active j returned
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VISITS HERE
Dr. Abe Geffen of Atlanta and
New Y"ork. son of Rabbi Tobias
A Geffen. is vacationing at Miami
Beach where he is residing at the
Infield Apartments, and will re-
in for a month's stay. Dr. Gef-
fen is a graduate of Emory Uni-
versity and is now a student at
Columbia University

VISITS IN MIAMI
and chil-
dren. Chain and Fagala. of Spar-
tanburg. S. C. are visiting in Mi-
ami Beach at the Infield Apart-
ments and will remain here for
| several weeks. Mrs. Simons is
> the daughter of Rabbi Tobias Gef-
t i fen, of Atlanta, Ga.
J I
?
TAKES TRIP
Mrs. Rudy R. Adler, Mrs. Bert
Marcus and Mrs. S. Matz left on
Thursday morning by auto for a
four week's trip to Bluefield, W.
Va.. and New York, wheic they
will visit with relatives and
friends.

DANCE TO RE HELD
For the purpose of raising
funds to send a large delegation
to the national convention of the
T, wish War Veterans of the Unit-
ed States, the Freda Markowitz
Post, the Miami unit of the organ-
ization, will sponsor a dance at
the Royal Palm Club on the night
of Thursday. August 18th. In
charge of the sale of tickets for
this event is Mr. Rudy Adler who
is being assisted by members and
officers of the Post. Mr. Abe
Goldman is in charge of publicity.
It is the purpose of the delega-
tion to urge that the 1939 conven-
tion of the Jewish War Veterans
be brought to Miami. It is esti-
mated that approximately five
thousand delegates and friends at-
tend the annual convention. The
local delegation will go to the De-
troit convention in an aerocar and
will distribute tjofonuts, alliga-
tors and other tropical souvenirs.

RADIO PROGRAM
TO BE HELD
This Sunday afternoon. Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner will be in
charge of the Jewish Hour, over
Station WIOD. His subject will
be "Day of Lament.
A very interesting program is
now in preparation for the broad-
cast of July 31st, over Station
WIOD. In answer to many ques-
tions and comments on the types
of Jewish music which are pre-
sented on the various radio hours.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Tem-
ple Israel, will present an address
on "Jewish Music." This will be
a study of liturgy and synagogue
music, giving a brief outline of
the subject from Biblical times to
our day. The Rabbinical Associa-
tion invites local Jewry to listen
to its programs every Sunday af-
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock on WIOD.
NEW FACTORY
BEGINS OPERATIONS
An epoch making event in local
history was the beginning of a'.
tual operations by the Southern
Kosher Sausage Factory yester-
day at its new plant, 828 North-
west 21st Terrace, when in ihe
presence of Rabbi Abraham \
Kellner, meats were koshered by
the permanent Mashgiach, Rev
If, Kagan and prepared for cur-
ing. The plant which will produce
strictly kosher delicatessen of ev-
ery description will be formally
opened sometime in August when
the first products will be placed on
sale. The factory was built and
equipped for the production (f
kosher food products and is equip.
pod W*\h the most modern machin-
try r-> insure splendid qua! r
Strictly kashrus and fresh p><.
ducts every day.
i
BETH DAVID
SPONSORS EVENT
Beth David Sisterhood extends a
cordial invitation to its members
and friends and the general pub-
lic to attend its annual picnic at
Hardie's Casino all day Sunday,
July 24th. Home cooked goodies
meals and sandwiches will be pro-
vided for the guests at very low
cost. Games of all kinds will be
enjoyed. The proceeds will be us-
ed for the Talmud Torah fund of
the congregation. In charge of
arrangements is a committee head-
ed by Mrs. Jake Engler who i> be-
ing assisted by Mesdames S. G.
Rose, H. Oliphant, Louis Hayman.
L. J, Hartz. Meyer Schwartz. So'.
Rotfort. Jack Pallot, J. Syman B.
Kandel. A. Marcus and Mess--.
Nat Zalka. Jack Pallot, M. Baida
and Sol Schwartz.

Y. M. H. A. TO HOLD
BENEFIT PARTY
The Y. M. H. A. is sponsr rm
a benefit card party to raise funls
to take care of an emergency
which has arisen, for the athletic
funds of the organization at the
Y. clubrooms next Wednesday.
July 27th. beginning at 8:00 p. m.
All members and friends of the
organization are urged to attenH.
Prizes will be awarded for hiph
scores and refreshments will be
served. Mr. Jack Apte is chair-
man of the special committee ir.
charge of the event and is beir.z
assisted by Al Grossman, Harry
Gordon. Sam Shindell, Dr. Bar .
Rand. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. S
Shindell. Miss Gertrude M
and Mrs. William Friedman.
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MRS. JAY MARK0W1TZ
I WRITE AS I
PLEASE
My sympathies go out to Lou
Shochet, for no matter what I may
write, he'll be blamed for it. Still,
that's his hard luck, not mine.
The Franklin "Myth
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VOLUME IINUMBER 28.
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938
REAL AMERICANS
The officials of the Miami Police Department, particularly
Chief H. Leslie Quigg and City Investigators Roy Willette and
M. C. Tucker are to be commended for their splendid work
which resulted in the conviction of Raymond J. Healey notor-
ious Nazi and self styled "American Hitler."
The Jewish people are ever careful in guarding the rights
of free speech and free press. Yet it should be definitely un-
derstood as has often been determined by the Courts of the land,
that free speech does not mean the liberty to incite violence
against others. Just as soon as free speech means unbridled
talk against peoples, against citizens of this United States, par-
ticularly when coupled with appeals to violence, is to be per-
mitted, then we might as well forget Constitutional guarantees,
for then none are safe. Fortunately free speech has never been
construed in that manner.
When irresposible agitators like Healey who do not hesi-
tate to plot against the Government, who talk about packs of
lies, who carry with them stickers "Kill the Jews" are taught
the lesson of real and true democracy then others will take heed
and the orderly processes of democracy will govern our every
action.
Chief Quigg and his investigators, Judge Cecil Curry, and
the prosecuting officials, Mr- Corlett and Bill Pruitt deserve
every commendation we can extend. It is only because officials
like them realize the dangers to democracy, if Healey and his ilk
are unrestrained, that we in Miami can feel safe in our enjoy-
ment of our liberties.__________
The poor deluded 'society" lady
who loves to show her authority
but is scared to death for fear she
might not be a head of something
or other. Consistency, thou art a
Jewel is a saying that never ap-
plied to her. Off again, on again.
Finnegan, might well be applied
to this lady regarding her com-
mittee appointments. One of thes'-
days she'll realize that respect
may be easier earned by consis
tent espousal of the right, rather
than lukewarm approval of every-
thing that comes along.
Perhaps the young man that is
readying himself to run for a pub
lie office at Miami Beach will
realize that appealing for the Jew-
ish vote simply because someont
in his family is affiliated with
things Jewish, is very poor policy.
The Beach elections are suffi-
ciently far off for this gentleman
to join a few Jewish organizations
and by his work to- show that he
is really worth while.
The Anti-Semitism attributed to
Benjamin Franklin by American
Nazis was revealed as a deliber-
ate lie following communications
with Alfred Rigling, librarian of
the Franklin Institute of Philadel-
phia, Pa.
I'm just wondering why it is
that the Jewish hangers on at the
Court House assume that they
know everything about thing i
Jewish, and yet are never seen al
any Jewish affairs. Of course,
they do not belong to anything
Jewish and have never been known
to contribute to any causes.
Miami is always in the fore-
front of everything worth-while.
No sooner had New York set the
pace and convicted Nazis for vio-
lating the law, than Miami did the
same thing for the notorious
Healey Thirty days on the road
rang with a pick and shovel will
perhaps give Healey a slight taste
)f what his Nazi friends arc met-
ng out to the innocent in Hitler-
land.
Some of these ladies and gen-
tlemen of our people who find
nothing else to do but carry tales
from one to another might well
devote their time to more con
stmctive work for their respective
organizations. Their duplicity is
soon found out, to their gr?a'.
chagrin.
What a bunch of liars the Heal-
ey case will develop and has al-
ready developed in the last few
days. Of course, "I did it" and "it
was my influence" will be heard
from everyone. Bear this one
thing in mind, the responsible
worker never talks.
If the president of a certain or-
ganization would only have known
of the famous yarn "the debate
between the members of the hu-
man body" he might not have act-
ed as he did the other night.
SOCIETl
RETURNS FROM NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz re-
turned to the city from the north
where they visited relatives and
friends.

PICNIC SUPPER
TO BE GIVEN
Members of Junior Hadassah
will assemble at the ocean and
15th Street, Miami Beach, Monday
evening July 25th, at half past
six for" an informal beach picnic
supper. This will mark the first
gathering since the recent instal-
lation of new officers.
Food, fun and frolic will pre-
vail during the evening and mem-
bers and their friends are invited
to be present. The sum of fifty
cents per person will cover supper
which will be prepared by the
committee in charge.

BABY GIRL
IS BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner
are receiving congratulations upon
the birth of their baby daughter
born July 15th at the Jackson Me-
morial Hospital. Both mother and
baby are doing nicely.
CONVALESCES
AT HOME
Miss Jeane T. Weinberg, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, is re-
cuperating at her home from a
tonsilectomy.

VISITS HERE WITH
PARENTS
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Werhsler are
visiting in Miami as the house
guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Wechsler. They will
remain rere for several weeks.

VISITS IN CAROLINA
Ben Silver, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Jack August and son
left bv car for the Carolines
where' they will spend their vaca-
tion.

RESIDENTS MOTHER DIES
Mrs Marv Berkowich, mother of
Bertha B. Levy, died July 14th
in Baltimore, Md.
RETURNS FROM UNIVERSITY
Mi=s Dorothy Ann Levin, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin,
returned to the city from Chica-
go 111., where she was a student
in the Journalism course at North-
western University, noted Journ-
alism institute. She won high
honors there.
THIS IS A REAL AMERICAN
The real America must be lived and understood. It is some-
thing far and above mere geography, the accident of birth or
any legal document. It is a syn-pcriv.m of ideal? and concepts
that has made us free, different, liberal, humane.
If YOU regp.rd personal liberty and free speech as sacred
privileges and not as a means for subversive and unpatriotic
ends, your are a good American-
If YOU put the interests cf the U. S. A. above any political
party, you are a good American.
If you are not swayed in behalf of a criminal, just because
he bears the nationality of ycur fatherland or your faith, you
are a good American.
If you are tolerant with your fellow law-abiding citizens,
regardless of their race or creed, you are a good American.
If you penalize an ofender in accordance with his offense
and do not propagandize against the whole nation or creed
from which he happens to come, you are a good American.
If, as a naturalized citizen, you drop the foreign prefix to
your Americanism and give undivided and wholehearted alle-
giance to the U. S. A., you are a good American.
If you believe in the U. S. A., and can turn a deaf and dis-
dainful ear to the insidious persuasions, of foreign propagan-
dists, ycu are a good American.
If you have faith in established American institutions to
adequately meet the changing social and economic problems of
our country, you are a good American
If you realize that where there are privileges there are also
obligations and that some of the latter are Tolerance, Social
Equality and Loyalty to the U. S. A., you are a good American.
If you can appreciate the obvious advantages of living in
a country governed by the people and not by dictators, you are
a good American.
If you are all of these, you are a REAL American.
ONLY REAL AMERICANS SHOULD LIVE IN AMERICA.
(The above was dropped by the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi
League by aeroplane over the Bund camp in New York.
"Dr. Franklin never uttered the
sentiments which are attributed to
him in the supposed journal or
diary of Charles Pinckney," Mr.
Rigling told The League. "In fact,
no such diary has ever been found,
dence that Franklin held Jews in
high esteem."
The non-Sectarian League con-
tacted Mr. Rigling immediately
after the appearance of an anti-
Semitic handbill in New York City
on June 11 which quoted Benja-
min Franklin as having said "Jews
are a menace to this country if
permitted entrance and should be
excluded." The handbill bore no
name, and insignia, of the Ger-
man-American Vocational League,
Inc., of 21 East 75th Street New
York City, which immediately de-
nied connection with the publica-
tion and asked for an investiga-
tion by the Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation.
Approximately 5,000 copies of
the handbill were distributed m
New York City and vicinity, ine
Non-Sectarian I-eague believe.!.
"Certain grammatical errors made
in the handbill are synonymous
with errors consistently used by
writers for an organization close
to the German-American Volks-
bund," directors of the League
said. "It is natural that these in-
dividuals would use the name of
another organization to cover up
their lies. The Bund used another
subsidiary to publicize its Ford-
for-President campaign of which
Henry Ford had no knowledge.
The Non-Sectarian League spiked
that move and is lending all its
efforts to nip other American Nazi
ricks in the bud.
The full statement of Tho
Franklin Institute follows:
"Within the past month Frai.k-
lin's mythical speech full of ani-
madversions against the Jews,
which he is supposed to have de-
livered before the Constitutional
Convention, has reappeared in the
daily press, acording to the pub-
lished acocunt, this speech warn-
ed the people of the United States
against the "vampire" race, and
concluded: I warn you, gentlemen,
of you do not exclude the Jews
forever your children and your
children's children will curse you
in their graves.'
"The provenance of these state-
ments has been traced to the Feb-
ruary 3, 1934, issue of Liberation,
the publication of a Fascist or-
ganization which appeared in
Asheville, N. C, in 1033. Frank-
lin's Prophecy,' so-called_ was im-
mediately reprinted by papers in
Germany and Switzerland and
from thence, reerossing the Atlan-
tic, it turned up in the United
States in September, 25, 1034. in
a pamphlet circulated from New
York by Robert Edward Edmond-
son.
"The 'Prophecy,' charade iz.,I
by Professor Charles A. Beard, in
the Jewish Frontier for March
1935, as a 'barefaced forgery,' was
supposed to be found in a diary
kept by Charles Pinckney of South
Carolina. No such diary is known
to exist nor can anything resemb-
ling it be found" among any of
the extant Pinckney papers. Fur-
thermore, neither Prof. Beards
examination of Franklin's writ-
ings nor careful searches in the
available records 'including the
vast collections of Franklinana in
Philadelphia 'have produced any-
thing;' that gives the slightest jus-
tification for believing that the
'Prophecy' is. more than a bare
faced forgery. Not a word, 'wrote
I

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PAOE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 22. lflsa
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
*99 Albacore Drive6-12SS 530 N. E. 31.t St.MM
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabble will be In the Temple erery morninr
Tu mey oonault with them on matters concerning the Jewish commti-
SHTrt*r.y2urMP."",*0,f". 'rohlm- *ou ""I be assured sympathetic
SS* FRIDAY NrQHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE VI5,TS
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself
from the congregation."RilleL
Due to the gratifying response
of tlu" community t<> Temple Is-
rael's policy of holding regular
services the whole year round, as
exemplified by last Friday's at-
tendance of over 160 congregants.
her fifteenth birthday at a party
given In her home Tuesday after-
noon. Bunco was played and re-
freshments were served. Prizes
were awarded to Misses Lilly Star
and Berniee Ichill. Those attend-
ing were the Misses Helen Peretz-
man, Shirley Koffman, Evelyn
Van Gilder, Dorothy Cohen, Millie
Kotler. Muriel Cohen, Lilly Star,
Berniee Ichill, Eunice Peretzman,
Zeda and Marsella Elozory.
ity's Temple." The public is cor-
dially Invited.
HEBREW ([.asses
W 8 urge our congregants once
again to take advantage of the
rare opportunity presented to
them, through enlistment of their
children in the daily Hebrew clas-
ses, which will be conducted hi
Miss Dorothy Golden, of Atlan-
ta, Ga., arrived here Monday. She
will visit with her aunts and un-
cles. Mr. and Mrs. S. F.Isaacson
and Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Lubetzky.
She will remain here for about a
week before returning home.
OUT regular Friday evening so- Mr 1'"'"',l"1;'- With the proper
vices will be held at 8:16 p. m in l',/fI,,,,ls0- shall be arrang-
the Temple. I ""t in tho "OOthwaat section
(2 days a week) and on the
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will Beach i2 days a week) for the con-
speak on the priestly section of I venience of our members. Kind-
the portion of the week, with ref- ly notify the Temple office wheth-
erence to "Juatiee Benjamin N. er you are interested in this ser-
Cardoso, a High Priest in Human- vice for your children.
TW NOTES
Isaac A. Berner. 61, wholesale
metal dealer in Tampa for the
past 40 years, died Sunday morn-
ing at the Veteran's hospital at
Bay Pines. St. Petersburg, after
an illness of nearly a month. He
was a member of Joe Wheeler
Camp No. I, Veterans of the
Spanish American War and of the
Hillaborongh I-odge F. & A. M.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Bessie Berner. and a brother. Sam
Berner. of Tampa. Funeral ser-
vices were held Monday morning
at the Greenman home. Rabbi
Adolph Burger, officiating. Pall
bearers were A. Finman. L Gor-
don. Adam Wolf son. L Peretzman.
Charles Harfcosritx, David Stein.
Sam Roeenfarb and M. Zubkin.
Burial was held in Jacksor..
Tuesday in the Orthodox Jewish
Cemetery at Jacksonville.
Sam Abramovitz and Edith Le-
vins have announced their engage-
ment to be married. The wedding
will take place September IS. Mr.
Abramovitz is of Lakeland, for-
merly of Tampa and Miss Levine
is of Jacksonville.
FURNITURE
MARKS.T
ST. WWmtl?
Members of the M. J. M. Club
gave a luncheon and bunco party
for newly elected officers Wednes-
day at the Cricket Tea Room.
New officers are Miss Lily Star,
president; Miss Sylvia Haimovit.
vice-president; Miss Dorothy Co-
hen, secretary; Miss Millie Kotler,
treasurer; Miss Evelyn Van Gilder,
reporter and Miss Lorraine Davis,
sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Nathan
Toiler has been elected new spon-
sor for the Club. Thep rizes were
awarded to sfisaaa Sylvia Haimo-
vit and Dorothy Cohen. Others
who attended were Misses Helen
Peretxman, Esther Argentar. Shir-
ley Koffman, Ed th El wry,
-
Dr. Boris Davidoff, musical di-
re, tor of the Y. M. H. A., having
also connected with the music de-
partment of the University of
Tampa, deemed it advisable to co-
ordinate the work in both the
hove institutions. He has there-
fore, recommended to the officials
of the University of Tampa (which
has met with their approval) that
all music students who pursue'
their studies at the Y. If, H. A. !
be given credits to be applied to !
their musical work at the Univer-
sity of Tampa. The course at the
Y. M. H. A. includes both vocal
and instrumental music and will !
continue throughout the summer.
Arrangements have been made to
have Miss Helen Hunt of the Tarn- !
pa University Musical Department ]
take charge of the Y. M. H. A. i
musical students during the time
Dr. Davidoff will be away on his i
vacation, so that the work might
continue without interruption.
Prospective students who plan
to remain in Tampa or vicinity
during the summer will find the
music course given at the Y. M.
H. A. most thorough and profit-
able. All inquiries regarding the
course may be directed to Dr.
Boris Davidoff at the Y. M. H. A.
in the mornings and at the Edge-
water Hotel in the afternoons.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Aronovitz Sun-
day announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
daughter. Miss Helen Aronovitz.
to Gabriel M. Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Cohen, of Louisville,
Ky. The marriage will take place
in the fall. Miss Aronovitz was
born in Tampa and was graduated
from Hillsborough high school.
She received her L I. degree from
the University of Tampa where
she was a charter member of the
Sigma Theta Phi sorority. She is
a member of the faculty of the
Robert E. Lee School and is a
member of the Junior Hadassah
and president of the Tampa branch
of National Council of Jewish Ju-
niors. Mr. Cohen received his A.
B. degree from the University of
North Carolina where he became
a member of the Phi Alpha fra-
ternity. He is editor and publish-
er of the Chronicle in Louisville
and the Jewish Post in Indian-
apolis. Ind., and is a member of
B'nal B'rith and the Zionist or-
ganizations in Louisville.
tournament was held last Tup
day afternoon on the Jacksonville
Beach pier. Mrs. B. B. Bromberg
directed the play.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Levin announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Edith, to Sam Abramovitz of
Tampa and Lakeland. The wedding
will take place on September 18.
Miss Levin is a graduate of An-
drew Jackson High School, and is
a popular member of the younger
set. Mr. Abramovitz attended
Tampa schools and is in business
in Lakeland.
The Merry Fellows Club will
have a beach party July 26 at
Clearwater Beach for members and
their guests in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Weissman. who were
married recently. Mrs. Weissman
was Miss Sally Rivkind of St.
Petersburg, before her recent mar-
riage. New officers of the Club
who were elected at a recent
meeting are Alexander Bokor,
president; Irving Katz, vice-pres-
ident; Maurice Finman, secretary
and Dr. J. Leon Schwartz, treas-
urer. The social committee which
comprises Sam Verkauf. Maurice
Finman. Milton Bokor Sol Fleisch-
man, Fred Poller and Simon
Schwartz, has made arrangements
to hold the club's seventh annual
Thanksgiving dance at the Forest
Hills Country Club.
The Jacksonville Beach pie-
will be the scene July 27 of the
Ladies Sheltering and Aid Society
and Home for the Aged Summer
social event. In charge of the
event are Mrs. S. L. Blattnei,
Mrs. Sam Witten and Mrs. p.
Haimovitz. Tickets for the af-
fair may be secured from any
member of the Ladies Aid. On
the committee with the co-chair-
men are Mrs. A. Robin, Mrs. M.
Ghelerter, Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs. S.
Bryan. Mrs. M. Stein and Mrs. H.
Talisman. The public is cordially
invited to attend.
JACKSONVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Coleman an-
nounce the birth of a son, Hume
Field on Wednesday, July .
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Robin an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Rachelle, on Friday, July 8. Mrs!
Robin, prior to her marriage, was
Miss Florence Kadis of Des
Moines, Iowa.
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 8. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily: Sbachri3 at 8 a. m.;
Minctaa at 6:30 p. m.; Maariv,
15 minutes after sunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 6:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 616 p. m.
GUEST RABBI TO SPEAK
At the Sabbath morning servic-
ei Rabbi Louis Swichkow of Tem-
ple Beth El will be guest speaker
and will speak of the Biblical por-
tion of the week. Rabbi Swich-
kow i--1 a graduate of the Hebrew
[Theological College of Chicago
land was formerly Rabbi in Chica-
Igo Heights. As the guest is known
[to be a forceful and interesting
speaker his talk is eagerly await-
kd.
| ANOTHER PICNIC TO BE HELD
Due to the popular demand
[there will be another picnic dur-
[ing the summer under the auspic-
ICS of the Congregation. The date
has been set for August 14th and
details will appear in subsequent
i.-sues.
LADIES AUXILIARY
A card and bingo party is sched-
uled for the latter part of August
to be held on the premises of the
Y. M. H. A.
HABANOTH
An outing and picnic was sched-
julcd for Thursday, July 21. In
(charge of arrangements are the
officers of the club as well as
Mrs. Cecil Tannenbaum, Mrs. Lil-
lian Shulman and Mrs. Ethel
Grossman.
SHALOS SUDOS
The Shalos Sudoth this Sabbath
will be donated by Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Swichkow honoring the
visit of Rabbi and Mrs. L. Swich-
kow who are visiting in our com-
".nunity.
CONGRATULATIONS
We extend sincere congratula-
tions to the Young Men's Hebrew
Association upon the election of
Mr. Maurice Grossman as Execu-
tive Director. We comment the
choice and hope that with the co-
operation the entire community,
the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. will
occupy the position it deserves in
the organized life of our commu-
nity.
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
radio hour of the Rabbinical As-
sociation this Sunday at 3:30 p.
m., over Station WIOD.
IN THE SYNAGOGUE
During the three weeks that
commemorate the destruction of
the Holy Temple we observe spec-
ial customs that are in keeping
with the spirit of these days. Rab-
bi Kellner teaches the worshippers
Shulchan and every evening be-
tween Mincha and Maariv and
during the Drei Vochen the group
studies the laws that regulate the
customs of these days.
PAGE FIVE
+
THE WORLDS WINDOW
-By LUDWIG LEWISOHN-
lt is not by accident that renew-
I Arab disorders have broken out
in the city of Haifa and spread
to the rest of Palestine. It was
Haifa bay that they hanged
[' non ben Joseph in Acre pris-
on. And so the Arabs thought
mce more that England was on
hi side and had decided to ex-
t that fact to the world. For
I mediaeval mind whether
Arabs or Germans inter-
theae over-scrupulous lean-
ward as signs of weak-
signs of giving-in, as
iwardice. England on e
ayed us and the empire
mantty itself by hanging
risionist lad. To whom did
'Oliay us and herself? Not
II handful of Palestine Arabs
That would be a minor
1 She betrayed us to the
pitler state of mind, to the jungle,
vn ultimate Nemesis.
' sent reports from Pales-
e an clement of the farci-
ips, gun-boats, bombing
have arrived. The empire
n the march. Only nothing is
Revisionists are arrested.
' four hours British troops
I 600 Arabs on the Trans-Jor-
der. Four hours. Results:
Arabs killed, eight wounded.
done for us at Evian, Palestine, is
the only place on earth that can
harbour and save the fleeing Jew-
ish masses. We must save Pales-
tine in order to save the Jewish
people.
The Zionist Organization cf
America, which is today the
strongest unit in the World Or-
ganization has just elected Dr.
Solomon Goldman as its president.
No better choice could have been
made. Dr. Goldman is an out-
standing Hebriac leader and schol-
ar, a man of valiant and philoso-
phic mind. I am persuaded that
he and the executive will see the
necessities of the hour.
(1) A great determined imme-
diate drive of which the goal is to
increase the Z. O. A. to 100,000
members.
(2) A consequent political acti-
vity, consisting of (a) adequate
propaganda and counter-propagan-
da, (b) representation by accred-
ited and able men in Washington.
London, Paris, (c) the financing
of a Jewish Information Bureau
in Palestine that shall bring to
the constant attention of Britain
and the world the sources and
character of Arab opposition and
publish the provenience of Arab
arms, money, etc.
(3) A cultural drive by publi-
cations, by definite departments in
the New Palestine, by word of
moath to convince American Jew-
ry that there is but one Jewish
people engaged in a struggle for
its very life and that single and
in one historically given instrumen-
tality for fighting for its life and
that that instrumentality is the
World Zionist Organization.
The point to be driven home to-
day is this: You may wish that
history had taken a different turn.
You may wish that nationalism
had withered away and a worlf-
folk, world-speech, etc., had taken
its place. But the contrary has
happened. It is futile to speculate
on what course history would have
taken had Napoleon won at Water-
loo. All anti-Zionist arguments
are just as futile today. History
has spoken. Either we obey or we
are destroyed.
formed the amazing feat of suck-
ing into his mouth a whole banana
peel through the big end of a
megaphone for the benefit of sev-
eral close friends. He, however,
subsequently nobly redeemed h'm-
self by the efficient manner in
which he conducted the athletic
events, starting off with:
Behemoth Foot Race
Winners: Super Heavy, Irvin
Siegel, first prize; dreadnaught,
Isadore Tannen, second prize.
Plump Ladies Race
Winners: Leah Simerick, first
prize; Ann Pastroff, second prize.
Sack Race
Winners: Ronald Pallot, first
prize; Lester Rose second prize.
Potato Race
Winners: Ethel Smith, first
prize; Mona Pastroff, second prize.
Three-Legged Race
Winners: Marvin Apte, first
prize; Lester Rose, second prize.
Second Heat
Winners: Ronald Pallot, first
prize; Herman Shindell, second
prize.
AN OPEN LETTER
Dorothy Levin relieved the par-
ents of the care of their kiddies
for fully an hour by gathering
them around her beneath the
shade of a tree to entertain them
with a flock of very interesting
fairy stories.
The Miami Section of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Juniors, cognizant
of its duty to those who aided In
the raining of funds for the estab-
lishment of a Children's Charity
Clinic at the Alton Road Hospital,
have unanimously determined not
to turn the said funds over to the
hospital because of conditions now
existing there and have unani-
mously abandoned the project.
The funds will be held in a sep-
arate fund until such time as an-
other social service project may
be determined upon.
The Miami Section of the
The Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Juniors
our Abe change from the status
of kibitzer to player!
The 7-UP, Double Cola and
Hires Root Beer was as refresh-
ing to the palate as the pleasant
faces of Brothers Aronson and To-
bin, who are the Miami distribu-
tors of these beverages.
If your favorite brand of beer
was not on tap at the picnic it
was no fault of Brothers Meyer
Rauzin and Sam Blank.
Rabbi Zwitman for his successful
Our gratitude goes forth to
appeal in enlisting the aid of the
picknickers in tidying up the
grounds.
In this respect we might also
mention Heinie Susman, who ap-
plied himself most diligently in
scouring the grounds for empty
beverage bottles, cases and refuse,
being ably assisted by Irving
Querido and Leonard Schiff.
whether from Italy or Germany
Arabs get arms and money for
strikes? Why do Arabs "filter
into Palestine?" About 12,000
troops, police-guards and marines
are now available. Why is it so
hard for illegal Jewish immigrants
to filter into Palestine? It is
to borrow the expressive British
vulgarisma bloody farce. They
might as well arrest a few more
revisionists; they might as well
send a whole division to Palestine
to show the powerlessness of that
British empire that quelled the
great Indian mutinies before a
handful of hired assassins and a
handful of hired trouble-makers.
The British empire has reached
its lowest point since that day
under Charles II when a Dutch
fleet sailed up the Thames. Noth-
ing, as Lloyd George intimated,
can sting the Chamberlain govern-
ment into a sense of shame. And
so at the most tragic hour of Jew-
ish history it is we of whom is
exacted the bitter price of Eng-
land's weakness and humiliation.
Are there any remedies?
There are. Nothing has been
tried. Nothing has been done. I
have hitherto been of those who
have been at least half-heartedly
willing to yield in the matter of
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
By E. AI.KERT PALLOT
Captain Elry Stone comman-
deered your unsuspecting picnic
committeemen to fill in this blank
space OR ELSE!
Our expected West Palm Beach
guests, much to our regret, failed
to materialize owing to a slip-up
on the part of their Secretary who
overlooked to mail notification to
their members about our picnic in
due time. The Sholem Lodge
baseball team therefore won the
game by default.
George Goldberg of the Florida
Wholesale Grocery Company was
kind enough to loan his truck to
convey the ball team to the picnic-
grounds.
Brother Louis Shochet in his
own quiet way did his part in
making the picnic a success.
The Sholem Lodge extends its
heartfelt appreciation to all those
who turned out for the piciic and
helped to make it such a pleasant
evening.
Now then, should any of you
folks perusing these lines become
imbued with a desire to commit
mayhem it is okeh with us to have
our President, Elry Stone, who by
the way is an honest-to-goodness
regular U. S. Army Captain and
not of the synthetic variety, hail-
ed before the bar of public opin-
ion and charged with inciting a
riot.
There were a number of excit-
ing, though unofficial, pinochle
and poker tournaments played
among the members. The names
of the losers to be announced in
a future issue.
It is also timely to mention here
that a most valuable and usef.il
prize is in store for the member
who proposes the most applica-
tions to Sholem Lodge between
now and our next regular meet-
ing.
MATTHEW S. BANDLER.


Abe Aronovitz, sometimes refer-
red to as the "Economic Royal-
ist," had a long wait for parking
space at one of the poker sessions.
And what a relief it was to have
O, calm those
MERVES,
BE SWEET-
SERENJE/
0 British casualties. Whom does Jewish-British relations to the ad-
\- ociated Press propose to vice and judgment of Dr. Chaim
f by such nonsense? Four Weizman. I am no longer wholly
I Why weren't the 600 Arabs so. The hanging of that revision-
fU'i'-unded and disarmed? Why ist boyand its predictable conse-
bren't all the Arabs disarmed? quences have created a crisis. The
pVhv does not the British secret crisis is the life of the Jewish peo-
nrvice know precisely whence pie. Whatever is half-heartedly
The Sholem Lodge picnic, ac-
cording to the latest available re-
turns, was considered by those
present to be a most relaxing and
enjoyable affair. The friendly
spirit that animated the gathering
was more like that of a huge fam-
ily reunion, judging from the
carefree, smiling faces observed
all around us. It was good to see
a lot of new faces and some of
our stay-at-home members rub-
bing elbows with the rest of the
crowd.
Brother Milton Friedman per-
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938
DR. WISE INDUCTS DR. GOLDMAN AS NEW Z. 0. A. HEAD
WANT TO AID
CHILDREN
The Sioga Fraternity, com-
posed of young Jewish hoys,
would appreciate your writing
them in care of the Jewish Flor-
idian and giving them the names
of Jewish children who would
enjoy a day at the Beach. The
Fraternity will provide trans-
portation, food and games so
that underprivileged children
may obtain advantages they oth-
erwise cannot receive.
"^tCTetersburg'
Notes
By ANNABEL JACOBS
Miss Isadora Moscovitz and Mr.
J visitors in this city during last
week.
Mrs. Lee Shindler has returned
to St. Petersburg after spending
a month in New York City.
Dr. Solomon Goldman, of Chicago,
Uc/t) National Co-Chairman of the
United Palestine Appeal, was elected to
fuccced Dr. Stephen S. Wise as Presi-
dent of the Zionist Organisation f
America, at its recent convention in
Detroit. Photo above shows Dr. Wise
expressing his congratulations to the
tir-l leader from the Midwest to head
the '/.. O. A. in its forty years of existence. (Right inset) Morria Marguliet,
named Secretary of the organization for a seventh consecutive term.
Miss Nell Cooperman has return-
ed home after spending her va-
cation in Atlanta, Ga.
Before Bed Snacks
THE FRANKLIN "MYTH"
(Continued from Page One))
Professor Beard, 'have I discover-
ed in Franklin's letters and papers
expressing such s e n t ini e nt s
against the Jews as are ascribed
to him bv the Nazis-American and
Mr. Harry and Ben Cypen were
hosts at a party in honor of the
birthdays of Esther and Jimmy
Moed and Irving Cypen. Darning
and novel games were enjoyed by
the guests.
tion.' but he also contributed 5
pounds to the fund. Finally, it
should be remarked that the lan-
guage of the 'Prophecy' is neither
of the eighteenth century nor in
the usual vein of Franklin.
"The history of this document
falsely ascribed to one whose lib-
eral opinions are so well known
as to be almost axiomatic, is typi-
German." There is, moreover, pos-
itive evidence that Franklin held | cal of the course of similar pieces
phia was trying to raise money I of propagandist literature. Origi-
for a 'religious house' Franklin nating in some obscure corner, the
Jews in high esteem, and when story travels and gains credence
By BETTY BARCLAY
An early dinner and long even-
ings make little people hungry
around go-to-bed time. They clamor
lor "something good" and insist
:pon having it.
Too heavy beforebed foods are
not advisable. A light rennet-
custard, rich in milk and delicious
to the taste makes an Ideal bed-
time lunch for George or Grace. As
these desserts require no eggs, no
taking and no boiling, but may be
made quickly and placed in the
refrigerator to become cool, they
t the busy mother as well as
her hungry children.
A dessert like the following fur-
nishes milk in a very pleasing
lo-m. and gives the children a
delightful surprise for here is
Stow White and her seven little
friends in a dainty taste-treat that
will intrigue young fancies yet
it is so light and digestible it helps
to wco pleasant dreams.
Snow White and The Seven Dwarfa
1 package Vanilla Rennet Powder
1 pint milk
* cup whipping cream
Snow white angel food cake
Seeded raisins rolled in Rasp-
berry Rennet Powder or pink
sugar
Set out 5 dessert glasses. Warm
milk slowly, stirring constantly
nntil LUKEWARM 120' F. A few
drops of the milk on the inside of
your wrist should feel only com-
fortably warm. Remove from stove.
Stir Rennet Powder into milk
briskly until dissolved not more
than one minute. Pour at once,
while still liquid, into dessert
glasses. Place a slice of snow
white angel food cake in each
dessert while still liquid. Let set
Chill. When ready to serve, top
each dessert with whipped cream
and seven seeded raisins rolled in
the Hebrew Society of Philadel-
not only signed the petition ap-
pealing for contributions to 'Citi-
zens of every religious denomina-
COMPLETE
BANKING
FACILITIES
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Deposits
made on or before July 10th draw
interest from July 1st at the rate of
2% PER ANNUM
This is the highest rate paid bf any
commercial bank" in Greater Miami
as it goes. Exposure follows in
due time, but often not until a
wrong impression, difficult to
eradicate, has been created. In
this case, it is to be hoped that
Professor Beard's statement will
be more than sufficient to prevent
any further misunderstanding of
Franklin's attitude towards the
Jews."
LOAN KASSA SETS HIM UP IN BUSINESS
This old cobbler is now able to earn bis own living, ".'itli a
small loan from a free loan society supported by the Joint
Distribution Committee, he secured a license, bought equip
ment and set up a small cobbler's shop. He has already repaid
the loan and is now able to provide for his family.
Miss Hazel Abraham is conval-
escing after a minor operation.
She returned home from the
Mound Park Hospital last Sunday.
WILL YOU HELP?
The Jewish Floridian desires
your aid to help people help them-
selves. Each week we shall pre-
sent one or two instances where
your cooperation will aid an indi-
vidual or family to become rehab-
iltated. Will you help?
THRIFTY
FAMILIES
CASE NO. 1
Young married couple. Hus-
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any work, office or laboring.
Wife capable stenographer, typ-
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experienced.
If you can help please phone
2-3716.
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imite your account on the regular
commercial hank service basis.
In addition to the regular banking
facilities mentioned above.
AMERICAN CHECK SERVICE
offers personal checking account ser-
\h-e. with the following unusual
additions:
No minimum balance
No monthly service charge
No charge for deposits
Free Statements and cancelled
checks every 0 days
Your name printed on every check
without charge
Only cost lOe per check drawn
($2.00 per book of 20 cheeks)
SI or more opens an Account
Deposits Insured up to $5,000 by
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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Phone S-64B5____________
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
Repairs Contracts Alterations
LYON ELECTRIC CO.
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Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-6744
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740 N. E. 90th St.____________7-2141
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Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Work
All Work Guaranteed
?j YEARS' experience; large and
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ELECTRIC RAZORS
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SCHICK AND 8HAVEMASTER
OIL KITSACCESSORIES
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131 Shoreland Arcade. Pho. 3-4581
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
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Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E.
SOCIETY
LEAVE FOR
V \ CATION
Mr. and Mrs. Heiman Cooper-
smith of Miami Beach, have de-
parted for the North. In New
Jersey they will meet their daugh-
ters, Mrs. Hyman Gottesman and
daughter Harriette, and Mrs. Ir-
ving Cohen, all of Miami Beach,
who will join them for an extend-
ed vacation of several weeks.
OFFICIAL VISITS
HERE
Former Democratic Senator Pet-
er J. McGuinness of the State of
New Jersey, was the guest of
Mis? Diana Coopersmith recently
during his short stay in Miami
Beach. Miss Coopersmith was
formerly associated with the firm
of Ward and McGuinness, promi-
nent attorneys of New Jersey dur-
ing her study at New Jersey Law
School. The Senator was accom-
panied by Mrs. McGuinness and
their two children, Lawrence and
John.

SPINOZA GROUP
MEETS
"Just as the Jews are the most
historical of all people, Palestine
is the most historical of all coun-
tries," Dr. Wolfson told the Spin-
oza Group last Saturday after-
noon. "Wherever you place your
foot in Palestine you are treading
on history. There is hardly a hill
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PULVERIZED SOIL $1.00 a yard,
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Phone 4-4804. Agent will call.
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Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks"
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REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
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Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nite, 484
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SIGNS
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15 N. E. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3429
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DANCING INSTRUCTION
TED HILL'S
Efchool of DancingStaff of expert
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LARRY LAYTON
dancer at Miami's finest clubs, in
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EDNA MOORE
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in charge, of ballet, toe, acrobatic,
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top that does not cover the re-
mains of ancient Temple, hardly
a village that does not hide the
site of some ancient centre of civ-
ilization." Dr. Wolfson gave the
first of a series of five lectures
on Palestine.
Next Saturday afternoon the
Spinoza Group will meet again
on the lawn of 1059 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. After the mu-
sical program Dr. Wolfson will
give the second talk on Palestine.
All are welcome. There is no
charge or collection.
*
LEAVES FOR NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
left the city Tuesday morning by
auto for the north where they will
visit with relatives and friends.
RETURNS FROM
CONVENTION
The A. Z. A. Miami Chapter 322
was represented by many dele-
gates at the State Convention held
last Sunday in Tampa. The boys
attending were accompanied by
Mr. Nathan Adelman, one of the
chapter's sponsors.
The Miami Chapter has been
represented at the B'nai B'rith
meetings by one of their members
and will continue doing so. Meet-
ings of the A. Z. A. are held every
Monday evening at the Y club-
rooms.
DANCE TO BE
GIVEN
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold
their summer dance Sunday even-
ing, July 24th at the Roadside
Rest with Mrs. Nat L. Williams
in charge of arrangements assist-
ed by Mesdames Maurice Jacobs,
Harry Marcus, Stanley C. Myers,
Chas. S. Werblow, Leo R. Kupper,
Albert E. Rosenthal and Harry
Kaufman. All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend as
an enjoyable evening is promised.
RABBI PHILIP S. BERNSTEIN OF ROCHESTER
presents the report of his Committee on Peace to the 49th
annual meeting of the Central Conference of American
Rabbis in Atlantic City.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULYgg^
TYUumL
TbiBJu
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Probably the most constructive
action taken by the new officers
.'ccurred- on Monday night, July
IS, at a special Board of Directors
meeting, when Maurice Grossman
was chosen Executive Director of
the Y. M. H. A.
the boys on some three syllable
words. Sam Shindell and his bet-
ter half are pepping to compete
against each other.
Harry Schwartz and his bride
are back in town and both beam-
ing. Our ace reporter will take
over his duties again next week
and are vj all glad!
A new ping-pong table will soon
make its appearance to take care
of the tremendous traffic on the
present ones.
The A. Z. A. boys who are meet-
ing at the "Y" are a very valu-
able asset. A swell bunch of boys
headed by Teddy Plant.
The "Y" bunch turned out well
at the recent B'nai B'rith picnic,
but unfortunately the ball game
with West Palm Beach was called
off.
Mr. Grossman is a man of wide
experience in many fields and un-
doubtedly will lead the "Y" on to
greater heights. He is a graduate .
of Georgetown University, was en- {ng ,aW*y' the, **}\ team is beinS
National Council of Jewish Ju-
niors have a big dance on July
31, at the Royal Palm. Let's all
support their dance and have one
of the "Y" members win the dance
'contest.
I -----
Coach Dr. Barney Weinkle be-
Dave Shier, publicity chairman
of the Junior Division, returned
to the city after a two week's stay
in Georgia where he visited rela-
tives and friends.
The Junior Y holds their regular
meetings on Monday evenings and
members and friends are cordially
invited to be present and to assist
and cooperate in the division's ac-
tivities.
caged in the legal profession, and
very active in communal and re-
ligious affairs in New Jersey be-
fore coming to Miami two years
ago. During the two years time
he acted as Executive Director of
the Plainfield, N. J., Y. M. H. A.,
he set an enviable record.
He has set as his goal a great-
er and better "Y" with more ac-
tivities for the Jewish community
as a whole. We wish him loads of
luck and promise to do our ut-
most to cooperate with him in
building up a "Y" worthy of Mi-
ami.
Wednesday evening, July 27. the
Y. W. and Y. M.. are sponsoring
a card party for the benefit of the
Y. M. H. A. athletic fund. The
"Y" team has been right in the
thick of their league battle and
giving an excellent acount of
themselves. They have continually
beat the league leaders. Shayne
Drug, beating them attain last
week. Many fine prizes are being
offered at the card party alone
with some fine refreshment-. A
rd attendance is expected.
run by Aaron Weinkle.
DR. HAROLD RAND.
Harry Smart the curly-:
-. was ill last week but is
iack in circulation.
JUNIOR DIVISION TO GIVE
FIRST ANNUAL DANCE
At the regular meeting of the
Junior Division of the "Y" held
last Monday evening plans for
the first annual dance were for-
mulated. Hyman Merlin, presi-
dent, appointed Ray Shochet gen-
eral chairman, assisted by Esther
Shochet, Bernice Miller, Stanton
Halpert and Hyman Merlin. The
dance which will inaugurate the
first in the series of annual affairs
to be given yearly by the Juniors
will be held Sunday evening, Au-
gust 28 at the Odd Fellow's Hall
with admission seventy-five cents
per couple. A prominent orches-
tra will furnish the music for
dancing. Tickets may be purchas-
ed from any member of the Junior
Y or at the Y clubrooms.
The Junior Division accepted
the challenge of the Women's and
Men's Division to participate in
the Spelling Match to be held in
are interested in entering the coni-
the near future. All members who
petetive mat see the president of the Juniors.
Hyman Merlin or any other offi-
cer
Montreal Official
Makes Changes
Montreal, (WNS)An attempt
to disfranchise hundreds of Mon-
treal Jews was disclosed here
when Alderman Max Seigler, one
of the two Jewish members of the
Montreal City Council, charged
that the authorities were discrim-
inating against Jews in the issu-
ing of civic identity cards to res-
idents of the city qualified to vote
in the municipal elections.
Only card holders may vote.
Seigler declared that "cards have
been refused to hundreds of Jew-
ish citizens who are fully qualified
as taxpayers and are entitled to
vote.
Discrimination is directed par-
ticularly against Jews with odd
sounding or continental European
names. My own nephew, a life
long resident of Montreal, and a
man qualified to exercise the
franchise was denied a card."
Pressed for an explanation.
Mayor Adhemar Raynault denied
that Jews as such were being dis-
criminated against but admitted
that special scrutiny was made in
the case of all applicants for
cards who are of foreign origin.
American-Italians
Pledge Aid to Jews
Col. Wedgewood Is
Condemned for Talk
The Y. W. challenged the Y. M.
:< Iling bee and it is ex e I
: thi ittle will he
in the near future. Since the
Y. M.' Her Al Pallot is
away, A! Grossman is coaching

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Severe criticism of Col. Josiah
Wedgwood for the advice he gave
to Palestine Jews to "replace
words with action" was expressed
by Sir Laurie Hammond, member
of the Peel Royal Commission, in
a letter published by the London
Times. Praising the Jews for the
restraint that has characterized
their conduct. Sir Laurie declared
that there could be no more mis-
chievous advice than that which
Wedgwood gave in his letter to
the Jewish former Army Officers
Association of Tel Aviv.
Challenging Col. Wedgwood's
advice to defy authority and to
forget Gandhi's principle of non-
violence. Sir Laurie recalled the
advice given by the Royal Com-
mission to inculcate in Jews and
Aral's a respect for the Mandatory
authority and. failing such i
iation. to introduce martial law.
Nothing could he more mischiev-
ous than to advise Jews to aban-
don their remarkable self-restrairt
under great provocation, the let-
ter to the Times warns.
Arabs inside and outside of Pal-
estine will quote the letter in sup-
port of their claim that the Arab
ease cannot get a disinterested
hearing in Parliament, Sir Laurie
says, adding that reprisals by
Jews is damaging their cause and
has made the solution of their
problems more difficult.
Minneapolis, (WNS)Whole-
hearted support and cooperation to
Jews in America was pledged for
American Italians by Fred A. Os-
anna, Minneapolis attorney and
retiring president of the Italian-
American Civic League, in a mes-
sage forwarded to the convention
of B'nai B'rith Grand Lodge No.
6 at Duluth, it was revealed in the
American Jewish World. Endors-
ed by the Italian organization's
annual convention at Kansas City,
Mo., the message was the first of
its kind received by B'nai B'rith
from a large minority group in
the United States. The conven-
tion of the Italian organization en-
dorsed Osanna's message.
In his message Osanna declared
that American-Italians "have come
like Jews, to appreciate the Amer-
ican form of government. Anti-
Semitism and anti-Catholocism can
not be recognized as a part of our
democracy. To permit Commun-
ism, Nazism, Fascism or any oth-
er alien philosophy to become im-
planted anywhere on American
soil is to court danger and destruc-
tion. In fact, nothing could be
more un-American than to permit
these foreign groups and these
foreign ideas to take root in the
land of the free. The Jews
in America will always have strong
support and active cooperation
from the American-Italians. ."
The organization ratified and
adoped Osanna's views and affirm-
ed them "to be the attitude and
expressions of the National Ital-
ian-American Civic League."
NEW YORK BANS
RACE PREJUDICE
manifestations" of racial prejudj
and intolerance did occur in tv
country, but added that "thts
manifestations we rightly regard
as foreign to the Amerian ideal
and subversive of our democ-ati
faith."
He declared that "it is peculiar.
ly fitting, therefore, that in this
convention dedicated to t h.
strengthening of our democratic
institutions we write into our or-
ganic law a solemn proposition
against any form of discrimina-
tion on account of race, color creed
or religion. The beastly manifes.
tations of anti-Semitism abroad
are happily absent from our nat-
ional scene. We cannot, however
be blind to the forms of anti-Sem.
itism prevalent at home. These
manifestations have been vigor-
ously challenged by spokesmen of
all creeds and many notorious in-
stances have met with effective
protests."
In urging favorable action on
the proposal, Senator Wagner said
that "when this principle takes
firm root in social institutions
there will come the dawn of a new
and better day for all minority
groups which ask only for the
right to contribute their full mea-
sure toward building a better
America."
PARTITION COMMISSION
IS LEAVING PALESTINE
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor A?en-
cy)The Partition Commission
headed by Sir John Woodhead. it
was announced, will leave for Lon-
don the first week of August, hav-
ing completed its preliminary
work in Palestine where it arrived
on April 27th.
Do You Know Whyt
OLD GOLD Cigarettes
Are Always Fresh?
2 Jackets of Cellophane Seal-in the
FRESHNESS of Prize Crop Tobaccos
PALESTINE JEWS
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Ramath Hakovesh while circling
the colony on horseback to recon-
noitre. Another supernumerary,
Yechiel Bachmia, was fatally
wounded at Meshek Haotzar. Bar-
uch Forkosh, also a supernumer-
ary, was killed when attacked from
ambush in the groves outside Kfar
Yona. Pesach Katz, a ghaffir,
lost his life defending Beth Joseph
against an Arab gang.
THE weak part of any paper pack-
age of cigarettes is at the fold
aerj U. S- Rcvcn"e Stamp is
affixed. It is impossible to brine the
label of the package over in order to
seal the top of the package as is
done at the bottom of the package.
The single Jacket of Cellophane,
which is found on all paper pack-
ages of cigarettes, closes the package
as best as can be done at the top of
the package. However, every pack-
age of Double-Mellow Old Gold
Cigarettes h..s 2 Jackets of Cello-
phane instead of one.
By using an extra jacket of Cello-
phane and inverting the outer Jacket
and sealing it completely at the bot-
tom, the top, or weak part of the
package of Old Golds, is made air-
tight and thereby given double pro-
tection for factory freshness. The Out-
er Jacket opens from the bottom
,h^fnn Jacket opens from the top.
Old Gold Cigarettes are further
protected by the fact that an air
chamber is formed between the 2
Jackets of Cellophane, thus giving
the package of Double-Mellow Old
t*>Id Cigarettes the best practicable
protection for Factory Freshness.
J l 2, J^ets of Cellophane
wh,ch are found only on Old Gold
Cigarettes provide much greater pro-
tection for freshness than any other
paper package of cigarettes.
Double-Mellow Old Gold insures
to smokers its rich quality of Prize
Crop tobacco with a maximum pro-
tection of Factory Freshness at all
times. It is also interesting to know
that on account of this Double Jacket
Cellophane, Old Gold Cigarettes give
smoke ,ODger and **
.JT^V* kcause of the fact that
the Tobacco in Old Gold Cigarettes
always fresh and not dry. As ou
well know, dry grass and dry wood
burn fujter than- green grass and sea-
soned wood. It is the same with B>
bicco. pry tobacco burns fast and
hot, while fresh tobacco burns slowly,
because it has moisture.
Old Gold is a COOLER smoke
than any other cigarette because the
tobacco being Factory-Fresh and con-
taining moisture burns slowly the
smoker docs not draw dry heat into
his mouth.
Since the smoker does not draw in
the dry heat of the tobacco into his
mouth and the smoke is a cool one,
there is no chance for coughing or
throat irritation. '
The smoker, therefore, who smokef
Old Gold Cigarettes enjoys a smoke
which lasts longer ... is cooler...
with no throat irritation and cough
... full flavor of the natural fra-
grance of prize-crop tobaccos with-
out heat. I
By using 2 Jackets of Cellophane,
Old Gold smokers who live in dry
sections of the country are assured
of a fresh cigarette by retention of
the moisture, whereas Old Gold
smokers in low, damp, or humid
communities are protected from ex-
cessive moisture, which prevents
them from becoming soggy.
You see, the House oTLorillird
has been making fine tobacco prod-
ucts since George Washington's day.
It is this skill born of 178 years of
experience that enables Lorillard to
select, age and blend the world's fin-
est tobacco leaf into Old Gold Cig-
arettes and keep them always Factory
Fresh for the smoker. \
No matter where you buy thm
Double-Mellow Old Golds will reach
you as fresh as they came off the cig-,
arette machine. Let a trial packag*
of Double-Mellow Old Gold Ciga-,
rettes tell you the rest of the storyj