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The Jewish Floridian ( October 3, 1941 )

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uewiisti Florid lam CSSSSa Tlhe Jiewtisilh Hjmulty H 14—No. 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS il 10 ;YOM KIPPUR IN JAPAN IS OBSERVED ON WEDNESDAY Jerusalem (WNS)—The knotty problem of when to observe Yom I Kippur in Japan, raised by a group of refugee rabbis stranded I in that country, was solved by a two-day parley of 20 prominent Palestine rabbis, meeting under the chairmanship of Chief Rabbi Herzog, which decided that the AMERICA FIRST E POLISH JEWISH DOCTORS CHARGE NAZI POISON PLOT Washington (WNS)—The Amerbrk (WNS) — Dorothy I noted syndicated col\ !" bb ,' s "> Ja Pa n should fast on ica First Comm ittee. shorn of its !ho returned recently Wednesday—the same day as in supel -patriotic trimmings by Sening visit to beleagured Palestine. .rought a crowd of 4., Th <-' me in wad convoked after a cable had been received ns to its feet cheering, demanded that ConIt laws to protect citipl religions and races anized attempts to fos^ersecution." pmpson put her demand of a resolution which ed by the huge gatherresolution also called fcpeal of the neutrality %  or the prohibition of of anonymous literaned to influence public umnist urged maximum tes aid to Great Britain free the world of HitJe shall either be, with he co-liberators of the [we shall help to sell the slavery," Miss ThompIS HINTS AT TO FOR JEWS IG IN REICH from the rabbis in Japan, pointing out the difference in time between Japan and Palestine, and asking for advice as to when to observe the Holy Day. The rabbis made their decision after hearing a report from Prof. Frankel, dean of the mathematics faculty at the Hebrew University, who discussed the mathematical elements in the problem. super-patriotic trimmings by Senator Gerald P. Nye's continued anti-Jewish attacks and its adamant refusal to condemn the vicious anti-Semitic speech of Charles A. Lindbergh, faces widespread internal dissension which may prove its undoing, informed political circles here believed. Experienced political observers predicted that the America First Committee's desperate attempts to place the onus for injecting anti-Semitism into the war issue at the door of the interventionists would fool no one and would cost the America First Committee thousands of members throughout the country. The schism within the ranks of the America First Committee grew wider as leading statesmen, churchmen and educators continued to denounce Lindbergh. The statement issued by the America First Committee in Chicago, denying that the Hitler-decorated London (WNS)-Gen. Charles ier was anti-Semitic, served to do Gaulle, leader of the Free Pour oil on the flames of protest. French movement, has appointed! The statement made public at Rene Cassin, a French Jew, as the Chicago headquarters of the national commissioner of justice' America First Committee said: and education in the newly or-i "Ever since the nationwide effort ganized Free French National | to keep America out of war beLAI ARE VOIDED Zurich (W N S)—A deliberate Nazi plot to poison large numbers of Jews in the ghettos of I Lodz, Cracow and other Polish I cities was charged by Polish Jewish doctors investigating recent mysterious deaths in the ghettos, according to informed Polich circles here. A Jewish delegation met the Nazi ghetto authorities and placed the findings of the Jewish doctors before them. The Nazi officials conducted their own inquiry and later explained that the deaths may have been caused by harmful effects of certain 'ersatz' material used in the baking of the bread. The Jewish doctors are convinced, however, that the poisoned bread was no accident but a deliberate Nazi plot aimed at exterminating Polish Jewry. THEWISH DRIVE IN ITALY IS NOW FEARED IS FOR RACIAL New York (WNS)—The antiCatholic, anti-Negro and antiSemitic Ku Klux Klan has launched an undercover nationwide campaign for $1,000,000 to resume its activities, it was reported by Burnet Hershey, New York radio commentator, who said that the Klan has already been given $100,000 of this amount. Mr. Hershey charged that the funds will be used "to renew the racial and religious warfare which made the Klan a notorious national disgrace about 17 years ago." The Klan's present program is much larger than its former plan, he said, since it can now work in cooperation with the general attack of racial and religious groups which is being fomented by the undercover propaganda agents of Berlin and acquiesced in by certain American committees. (WNS)—Following up lr compelling all Jews 1 years of age to wear a lllow "mogen david" on >eet clothing, the Nazi jjent has issued a series Inti-Jewish decrees which low even further antineasures, according to received here. esult of the new decrees, by the Nazi Transpor|inistry, Jews will be perenter street cars, buses tier public conveyances these vehicles are sufempty so that no "Arremain behind." brder stipulates also that, aside the buses or cars, nay sit down only if all have seats. The Transbn Ministry forbade the i publish these restrictions lered all Jewish organizafto acquaint Germany's fith decrees. kwhile, the Boersen Zeilinting at the possibility of Vo for Jews in the Reich, because the German peofve clearly seen that the question must be solved lit sentimentality it welevery step leading to t Council, it was announced here. M. Cassin is the second Jew to i hold an official post in an exiled I Government, Premier Gen. Sikorski having recently appointed Dr. Herman Liebcrman, Polish Jewish Socialist leader, as Minister of Justice of the exiled Polish Government. Immediately after the formaUIWUHIU ..• • %  — tion of the Free Fiench National fe n ow members of the America Council. Gen. de Gaulle declared pj rst Committee are not anti-_ • %  i >!__ ., ti Ti\nplt 1 ..1 1 I w i Fin gan the interventionists have sought to hide the real issue by flinging false charges at the America First Committee and at every leaders who has spoken out against our entry into the European conflict. The present attack on Colonel Lindbergh is merely another case in point. Lisbon (WNS)—A new antiJewish drive in Italy was feared by Italian Jewish leaders as a result of a series of concerted press attacks, which was climaxed by a demand voiced by the Fascist newspaper Tevcre that all Jewish organizations in Italy be closed down, it was reported here. With the latest decrees announced in Rome, reducing the already inadequate rations of bread and coal, giving rise to wide discontent, the Italian press and radio have sought to pin the blame for the present low morale null and void the anti-Jewish laws promulgated by the Marshal Petain Government in Vichy. While the Free French leader had previously condemned the Vichy anti-Jewish decrees, this marked the first time that the exiled French leader had official,of the Italian people on the Jews "Colonel Lindbergh and his | by charging that the Jewish or" ganizations are hot-beds of antiFascism and defeatism. Leading the attack against the L APPEAL TO JEWS TO HAVE Semitic. We deplore the injection of the race issue into the | j ews j s the newspaper Tevere. discussion of war or peace. It is whose anti-Semitic campaign the interventionists who have done this. "America First, on the other hand, has invited men and women of every race, religion and naexnea ric-nun OM^ .—— — OI evcij ia^c, ci. & .v... --— — ly denounced Vichy's anti-Semittional or i g j n to join this commitism and pledged equality to Jews in the new France. At the same time, it was announced that Rabbi Moses Artec provided only that they are patriotic citizens who put the interest of their country ahead of any other nation. We repeat that ruas, former president of Temple j nv jtation." B'rith Shalom in Paris and for-1 senator Nye followed the new mer director of the Paris Sopharj Amer ica First line when he acdic community, had been ap-1 cused Wendell Willkie of "ratpointed Jewish chaplain of the like tactics" and blamed Free French military forces. former Republican presidential candidate for introducing the 1 "" Kne candidate, ior imiuuuims *... MYRON TAYLOR CONFERS -wholly un-American issue of anWITH LISBON OFFICIALS Lisbon (WNS)—Myron C. Taylor, President Roosevelt s personal envoy to the Vatican and Vice President of the Inter-Governmental Committee for Refucvciy icp u-.iuu.ft -,gees, discussed emigration probation and has confidence lems he re with Dr. James Bern" stein and Eli Dijour, European director and general secretary, respectively, of the HIAS-ICA Emigration Association The exact nature of the talks between Mr. Taylor, who is enroute to London where he is scheduled to confer with John G. Winant, U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain, and the two Jewish refugee-aid officials was not made known, although refugee immigration to the United States was believed a major topic. dership will take all necesurther measures at the prone. a large section of our peoIwas a disagreeable surprise how many of these unI contemporaries still live |g us—namely, in certain era of large cities; how good houses are occupied lem at a time of home shortIwith what a free and easy Ithey go about the streets as ih they were alone there. ti-Semitism" into the war issue, in an address before the Boston chapter of the America First Committee. At another America First rally, Senator Nye absolved the America First Committee and himself of anti-Semitism and pleaded that he was being "smeared" with the stigma of anti-Semitism by the interventionists. He defended Lindbergh, saying that he knew that there was "not a shred of anti-Semitic spirit in the mind and heart" of the ex-Colonel. Senator Nye's staunch defense of pro-Nazi Lindbergh made no impression,, however, on the Wichita Beacon, leading Kansas newspaper, which stressed in an editorial that "Lindbergh is just as dangerous now to America as Hitler was to Germany in 1932." last year was credited with the adoption shortly afterwards of Italy's anti-Jewish legislation. In its latest attack, demanding the closing of all Jewish organizations in Italy, the Fascist paper said: "As heads of the Semitic communities in Italy and of their organizations and institutes, there have reappeared lately the basest and most unscrupulous personages chosen among the inveterate agents of Zionism which this newspaper has attacked. "The managers of Jewish affairs in Italy have commonly placed at the head of their organizations people who in appearance, owing to their past, seemed to give to the regime the most ample guarantees of respect and obedience. "Today the Jewish community in Rome is in the hands of authentic enemies of the country, impudent propagandists of Zionism among their worried co-religionists." NAZI-GREEK GOVERNMENT CONFISCATES JEWISH FUNDS Lisbon (W N S)—Greek Jews, impoverished by the war and the Nazi occupation, face a winter of bitter hardship as a result of an order issued by the Nazified Greek Government virtually confiscating the funds of all Jewish organizations, including those devoted to relief. Geneva (WNS)—German Jewish leaders, fearing a wave of suicides among Jews in the Reich as the result of the order compelling all Jews over six years of age to wear large yellow "mogen davids" on their street clothing, have appealed to the Jewish population to remain steadfast and extended assurances that better times were in store for the Jewish community, it was reported here. The Jewish leaders acted after several Jews in Berlin had taken their own lives. Fearing an outbreak of suicides, similar to one which followed the violent antiJewish riots in Germany in 1938, the leaders appealed to Berlin Jews to wear the "mogen davids" with pride. The Nazi introduction of the yellow badges for Jews in Germany has met with popular disapproval, many "Aryans," including two Catholic priests, appearing in the streets with "mogen davids" sewed to their clothing, to show their dissatisfaction with the order. The German press and radio have launched a campaign to justify the need for the order. One Berlin newspaper gloated that while President Roosevelt and Premier Sikorski (head of the exiled Polish Government) send the Jews New Year greetings. Hitler sends them "yellow badges of sharae." Reports told also of a whispering campaign launched by minor Nazi officials in Berlin to the effect that the decree ordering Jews to wear the "mogen davids" was made necessary because every German citizen in the United States has been compelled to wear a Nazi swastika on his street clothing.



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PAGE TWO -Jmlsinorkfan FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, Social Personals Clubs • • Organizations PERSONALS BIRTHS ORGANIZATIONS MARRIAGES DEATHS Leo Eisenstein left Saturday for a two week; -i" to St Louis. Mo. • • • Mr. and Mrs J. Barbash towre returned to the cry after a four month's vacation in Los Angeles. California. Chicago and Mew York. • • • Jack M:ntzer. son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mir.tzer of Miami Beach, left Thursday for Carr.p Bland:r.g where he will be inducted into the service of the U. S Amy • • • A reception will be held Sunday Octc--:: 5:h at 5 p. m. at the home of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Morns Singer. 1024 Mic.-.igan aver.,Miarr.i Beach, in honor of :.*. %  .: daughter. Charlotte and Robert Weinsteir %  ar.r.-jur.ced their engagement last week. • • • ifn Murry Grossman and daughter Da -AT. .-.ave returned U :.-. .: home at 1030 Wec 47tl Miami Beach, after a vacation thn e m "".-..at h( ::. %  I Mi Qti Mr and Mrs Benjamin Kollei Wald< r .'• %  • ";' rk Mr. and Mrs Joseph A. Bermaa announce the bath of their daughter. Card Edda at St. Francis Hospital Wednesday. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. • • • Mr and Mrs Gus Feuer announce the birth of a son. James Bernard, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. ENGAGED R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER ViNL.FACTL.RERS S-. ,;ne'n Florida Fe-t ztr Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Office*: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 Wain. Ave. at 15th. MIAMI BEACH AIR-CONDITIONED ENDS TODAY FRIDAY, OCT. 3 "The Last Mile" PRESTON FOSTER GEORGE E. STONE STARTS Tomorrow SATURDAY. OCT. 4th Winched says: 'jr.* of the V-are Best" Miami Herald: Save. 'The B*st Ever" ROBERT MONTGOMERY // // Here Comes Mr. Jordan wtth CLAUDE RAINS EDW. EVERETT HORTON The e.-.gage.T.er.t of Miss Miriam Ciaire Wetatraub. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Weintraub. to Jack Irving Somberg. son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Somberg. has been announced. No date has been set for the wedding B tr. are graduates of Miami High School. Mr. Somberg attended the University of Honda. He has been called to duty with the army and leaves today for Carr.p Binding. TO OLP MANY FR ENDS. A MOST r-iPPY NE* YEAR DAVIS IRON WORKS eO'LERV AKEPS AND CERT FED /.ELDERS P2-ttOO "^sC-Se N. Mumi Ave. Recone 1 : %  •: %  : B: --s (Of Sale and Pca 'i 3i/ : %  N jM Arywhtre. S~--esta;Ks and Tanks Miss Felice Lerine whose engagement to Samuel Lipton was announced recently. Best Wishes For A Happy New Year WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE OF FLORIDA 1665 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 AUGUST STUDIO oi Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach Florida SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS House Closing & Maintenance Co. "Let Us Keep Your Home Safe and Clean While You're Away" L. B. GREEN. Prop. 456 41st St. Ph. 5-4521 MIAMI BEACH National Children s Cardiac Borne will held their regular meeting Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. • • • An important board meeting of I the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will! ; be held at the home of Mrs. A. J. %  i Tobin. 839 Lenox avenue. Miami Beach. Wednesday. October 8th at 10:30 a. m. • • • I Dr. F. C. Chasan. New York; Psychologist, will address the' Spinoza Forum this Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. on the i lawn at 11th street between Col-! lins avenue and Ocean drive. Dr Chasan's topic will be "Emotion and Reason m the Scheme of • Life." General discussion will follow the lecture. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will preside at the meeting • • • On Wednesday evening. OcJ | tober 8th at 8 p. m.. the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will sponsor a card and mah jongg party at the Talmud Torah building 1545 S. W. 3rd s'treet. There will be door prizes and refreshments traditional .o the Sukkoth ;.s. Mrs. Gerson August %  ad Mrs Max Mintzer will be Ett -ses and the entire proceeds will benefit the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. • • • The new officers of Tn-Beta Sorority were installed at a pot luck luncheon at the home of Miss Lillian Rubin. 1923 S. W. 13th street, on Saturday. September 29ih. The officers are: President, Lillian Ruoin: vice president. Betty Luby. recording secretaryBella Schaff; corresponding secretary. Sophia Tendnch; treasurer. Rubye Boniske; auditor. Marjorie Rosengarten; rush captain. Blanche Barnett: sargeant at arms. Faye Cowan. A rush tea was held at the home of Betty Luby. Sunday with Joyce Oren in charge. Tri-Beta Sorority will hold an all-day picnic at Matheson Hammock for their second rush party of the season. Rushes are: Norma Haas, Selma Rosenblitt. Florence | Kahn, Pat Allen. Elenora Foz. Sonny Greenwald and Julia Nathan. • • • The Business and Professional 1 Group of Hadassan will hold its first meeting of the season, Wed| nesday evening, October 8th at 18 o'clock at the Miami Beach | Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid aveJ nue. A most entertaining and ; interesting program will be the feature of the evening. At an executive board meeting held recently at the home of Miss Malvina Weiss, plans for an installation dinner and a member1 ship tea were discussed. The marriage of Miss Dorothy Freeman of New York City to Richard Edward Lear of Miami Beach took place Sunday. September 21st at the St. Moritz Hotel in New York City. Following the ceremony a dinner and reception was held with more than 300 guests attending. Miss Freeman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Freeman. She graduated from Hunter College and was connected with the art department of Vogue Magazine. She is a member of Pi Alpha Tau Sorority. Mr. Lear, son of Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear of the Lear School, graduated from the University of Florida and is dean of boys at the Lear Boarding and Day SchooL He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity and the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. After a short honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs Lear are residing at the White House Hotel. Miami Beach, until their home is completed. Sam Wroobel of New York brother of Nathan Wroobel of Miami Beach. passed away Thursday after a long iihZ? surviving him are his wife four children and three brothers DAYTONA BEACH NEWS Joe Nelson, son of Mr and Mrs, Louis Nelson of Daytona Beach, completed negotiations last week with the New York Yankees of the American League and will report to their farm club, the Newark Bears of the International League, next spring for a regular pitching berth. Joe, who was graduated from Mainland High School in 1939 is at home now with .-.is parents after having had two try-outs early this month, once with the Brooklyn Dodgers and once with the Yankees, as a pitcher. He was active in athletics all through his school days. The Season's Best W shei WHITE'S CITY SERVICE H. C. WHITE. Va-ager 2171 N. W. 12th Ave. P>v 2-STS Season's Best Wishes To All ••JACK" and RALPH" BRITTON MORTON 196 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 3-OT! Sherman Tobin son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin who is in Columbus, Ohio where he attends Ohio State University. To Our Many Jewish Friends May the New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity I. K. SHINN SEC MANUFACTURING CO. Ph. 2.5365 261 N. W. 22nd St. Season's Greetings to All PARAGON PAINT DISTRIBUTING CORP. 212 N. E. 14th STREET PHONE 3-4743 "WATCH FOR OUR NEW STORE OPENING" at 645 WEST FLAGLER ST. SEASON'S GREETINGS ELISIO M. MENDEZ CLUB LATINO 36 N. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941 vJewisli f/oricfiatn PAGE THREE KING'S. .5s£ek KOMMENTS The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian 0 0 0 NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN 'Tis hard everyone to suit In this world of ours— For no matter what or when Now you're pleased and then— You'll want different or more Not the same as before And why I cannot say Or on whom the blame to lay For I'm as guilty as can be Not any different you can see And all about us if we but look There are those who have been forsook And who possess much less Nor have attained that success Of those of us who dare complain Yea—but satisfied we should remain. Overheard on the bus the day before Yom Kippur was one colored maid saying to another— "I don't have to work tomorrow" —and "Why not" was the reply— "It's not Sunday" I'm not sure but I think they're going to have a baby—they was talkin' bout a "Young Skippur." King has heard organisation al criticism of all types and has klipped some lines,—not new but appropos—on how to wreck an organization. Don't attend Meetings, but if you do, arrive late, and be sure to leave before the meeting is closed. When at meetings, vote to do everything, then go home and do nothing. Get all the organization will give you, but don't give the organization anything. Talk cooperation, but never cooperate. If asked to help, always say you haven't time. Never accept an office, as it is easier to criticize than do things. If appointed to a committee, never give any time or service to the committee. Don't do anything more than you have to, and when others willingly and unselfishly use their ability to help the cause along, then howl because the organization is run by a clique. An example of sacrifice that would do all of us good is the incident that occured Rosh Hashona eve. A lady came into the house of Worship and asked the price of tickets. As she paid she stated that that was her last few dollars she possessed and no amount of pleading would make her accept a seat gratis. The committee, without her knowledge made plans to see that she would be taken care of. High Holiday services of the "Aerial synagogue." be that what it may. collapsed into air rather than hold services if that's what they are called to a room full of air and our mushroom synagogue whose battlecry is "Home for the Aged" had about 22 people The path of righteousness .... Season's Greetings—From MR. AND MRS. NATHAN SCHWARTZ of tne Blackstone Cleaners 514 8th St. Ph. 5-4258 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS EDITH & FRITZ 3236 North Miami Avenue GERMAN SPECIALTIES For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal 4 S Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation IIAItE FEM2KAL S *^ OF MIAMI NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,100,000 J. M. UPTON. President Mrs. Monte Selig, president of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, has just returned from New York City, where she had several conferences with executives and staff members of the National office. She reports with interest the appointment of a new worker as director of the Service to the Foreign Born Department. Miss Esther Beckwith. Under her direction the National professional staff will continue to guide the 207 local Senior Council Sections in their work with emigrees. This program includes advice on immigration procedures, meeting newcomers at ports of entry, help in social adjustment and naturalization and an educational program leading to intelligent citizenship. Miss Beckwith is a graduate of Smith College and received her Master's Degree from Columbia University. For the past three years she has been the supervisor of the Service to Foreign Born Department of the Brooklyn Section of the Council. Varied experience in the field of clinical psychology and social service has equipped Miss Beckwith with an exceptional background for her new duties. She has been on the case work staff of the Jewish Social Service Association in New York City, resident psychologist at the Boston Psychopathic Hospital, and Director of Education Research for the Board of Education in New Britain, Conn. The Miami Section, which has carried on an active program of Service to Foreign Born for many years, welcomes Miss Beckwith's appointment. In addition to its work with emigrees, the Miami Section offers its members a program of education and action in social legislation, international affairs, contemporary Jewish affairs, as well as opportunities for service in their communities through a varied social welfare program. Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman of San Francisco is national president of the National Council of Jewish Women. Keep Wednesday. October 15th —Council Day. B'nai B'rith Notes By MILTON FRIEDMAN At this writing the rain is pouring outside my office and it reminds me to keep my fingers crossed with regard to the elements on Oct. 8th. As I began to point out in this column last week before the deadline caught up with me. the next social affair of the Lodge will take place at the Sea Glades Cabana Club on Oct. 8th. The Club is located on 21st St. on the Beach in back of the Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel. You will recall that a similar party was held last year at this Club and it was highly successful. History I am sure will repeat itself. Come in informal attire and if you care to swim be sure to bring your bathing suit. Lockers will be furnished. The swimming pool is one of the nicest on the beach. Adjoining the pool there is a dance floor and those that like the art of terpsichore can trip the light fantastic to the music of outstanding orchestras. Within arm's length there is a refreshment room wherein you can eat and drink to your heart's — and stomach's — content. If you don't like to dance and you don't care to swim and you don't want to eat you can still enjoy yourself by securing a ring side seat and watching a professional swimming exhibition that you have never seen before. We have been extremely fortunate in being able to secure for your pleasure the Miami Beach Life Guard Swimming Team. These men will give div'ng exhibitions, put on swimming contests among themselves, give demonstrations in rescue work, put on comedy acts. etc. This entertainment feature alone ought to guarantee a large turnout. But still that isn't all. The lodge members, their wives and guests can participate in swimming contests themselves and all winners will receive splendid gifts. Well may you ask, "How much will all this cost me?" At the risk of causing you heart trouble I will softly reply, "Nothing." Admission is absolutely free to every paid up member of the Lodge and his guests. And unlike previous affairs where we stated that the price of admission was a paid up membership card which rule was never enforced, this time there will be men at the door who have been given explicit instructions that no one —and we mean no one—will be admitted without showing a paid up membership card. Naturally you will be permitted to pay your dues at the door if you so desire. The committee which is working so hard to make this affair one long to be remembered is composed of the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Doris Kovner and husband, Walter, Mrs. Stella Turk and husband Harold, Mrs. Doris Pallot and husband Al, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. Nola Eisenstein, Marty Milstein, Barney Spector, Milton Friedman, Milton Weiss, Sol Goldstrom, Burnett Roth, Maurice Cromer, and Barney Rosenthal. So don't forget '.he October social will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 8th. at 9 p. m. until, at the Sea Glades Pool and Cabana Club, on 21st St.. Miami Beach. Although there is nothing definite as yet and many ideas have been suggested, the best program for the October 14th regular meeting of the Lodge appears to be a "Ask Your Rabbi" quiz. The thought is to ask all the rabbis to attend as our gue'.ts—incidentally, I believe they are all members—and they will conduct an open forum. There are countless questions that each of us have had regarding stones in the BiICONTINUED ON PAGE 4) BUTTON, BUTTON... I Cantor Nathan Wroobel who officiated at High Holiday services at Congregation Beth Jacob Annex. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 2 6085 PHONE 5-1317 PEOPLES5£^%^COMPANY L a M .: e r d a I e i %  e l t fc iiiifwiiJ • n.



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PAGE FOUR *Jewisti norkfam FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 0'Jemsti fiend Ham PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered a* Second Class Matter July 4. '.330 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1873 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 200 SIX MONTHS 100 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 40 SUCCOTH AND COLUMBUS DAY After the solemn days of New Year and Yom Kippur, comes the gladsome season of Succoth, capped by the most joyful day in the Jewish Calendar, Simchath Torah. While the Jews this month celebrate the Festival of Succoth or Tabernacles, they will also join in the general celebration by all Amerians of Columbus Day and it is a fact that, in addition to their participation in the celebration of Columbus Day as Americans, there is also a special Jewish phase in that celebration. It was in the Succoth season or, to be specific, on Hoshana Rabba that Columbus first touched the land of the New World. The part played by Jews in the adventure of Columbus has frequently been told, but alas, not told enough. There were at least seven Jews in the Columbus expedition of discovery. There are those who make quite a plausible case for the contention that Columbus too was a Jew. He seemed to be very fidgety about answering questions concerning his parentage. Even if we are to assume that he was not a Jew, most of his leading associates, both in the project of discovery and his friends, generally seemed to have been Jewish and the first message of success of the voyage was sent by Columbus to a Spanish Jew, who had been foremost in overcoming the objections of the Spanish court to the expedition. Frequently, there has been talk in American Je/rish circles oi erecting monuments to one or another prominent American Jew of earlier times. It seems strange that no thought has been given to the erection of a great stone monument or memorial of some kind to the Jews who played so prominent a part in the basic act of the discovery of America itself. The Jews played a greater part in the business of discovering America than they do in the motion picture business into which some of our isolationist Senators are so busily inquiring. THE Y. M.H.A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Efforts to enroll American ci-1 to file applications promptly at vilians in the Civilian Technical | the nearest office of the State Corps of Great Britain will be speeded up through the appointment of regional directors for Florida, Dr. Bowman F. Ashe. president of the University of Miami and Dean Charles R. Foster, of the same institution. With headquarters in Miami these officers will undertake to stimulate interest in the CTC throughout Florida and will encourage men who wish to enroll Employment Service. Any qualified citizen who has had experience in the electrical or mechanical field may enroll for CTC service, and if his application is accepted he will be sent to England to work on the servicing of military and civilian defense equipment. Men who are interested shoulc" consult local State Employmen Offices immediately. Mo 1 in Series of Articles •> Safety Drlln In an Educational Kinpaiin bTths SUM Department of Public Safety. "Y" Offers Auditorium For Exclusive Use of Home Defense If vou want to see a good example of good will between Christians and Jews, then read this item of what the Y. M. H. A. is doing. Through the special efforts of the executive director, Maurice Grossman, the Y. M. H. A. has turned over its auditorium for the exclusive use of the Home Defense Council every Saturday night from 9 to 12. On those evenings the Home Defense Council, through the various women's organizations of Greater Miami, sponsors a dance for service men exclusively. The young ladies attending these dances are chaperoned by these respective organizations. A fourteen piece band is supplied by the W. P. A. and conducted by Walter Kitko furnishes the music for dancing. This is unique in the annals of Miami history and we are the first Jewish organization in this area to initiate such a service. Since the attendance at the dance is practically non-Jewish, we feel proud to render such a service. It it one thing to talk about good will and another thing to practice it. The Y. M. H. A. sets the example through action and not by talk. Ladies' Reception On Tuesday evening. October 7, the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. will sponsor a reception for young ladies at : ts auditorium. This will be the beginning of the formation of girls' clubs and will be sponsored by group leaders. All girls interested in attending, please communicate with Mr. Grossman, executive director, as admission is by invitation only. Immediately after the holidays, there will be a supervisor of play at the "Y" playground every afternoon, Monday .lrough Friday, from 3 to 5:30. In addition we will have classes for beginners in violin and piano. All persons interested in the above projects please communicate with Mr. Grossman at the "Y" and register your child or children for the same. Y Day Mrs. Julius Jacobs, chairman, is planning a unique affair for the Y. W. H. A. on Wednesday. October 15. Throughout that day. morning, aftevnoon and evening, members of the Y and their friends, in Greater Miami, are giving, simultaneously, card and mah jongg parties in their homes for the benefit of the Y. Some of the members are arranging to have open house for other members for whom games will be provided. Either luncheon or refreshments will be served at these parties. FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League BERGSON REMAINED A JEW BECAUSE OF ANTI-SEMITISM STOP WHILE 5CH00L BUSES LOAD OR UNLOAD CHILDREN All motor vehicles are required, by law, to come to a FULL STOP, not only, before passing a school bus, which is encaged In transporting school children and has stopped, but are also required to come to a FULL STOP when MEETING a school bus. which has stopped, while engaged in such purpose. Black lettering on white, placed at Intervals of every five miles on School Bus Routes as shown by placard on left. Vichy ( W N S )—Prof. Henri Bergson. famous French philosopher who died several months ago. abandoned his plan to become converted to Catholicism and decided to remain a Jew when he saw the rising tide of anti-Semitism sweep over Europe, according to extracts from his will which was published here by his widow. Prof. Bergson, though then seriously ill. had insisted on remaining in line to register as a Jew despite the fact that he had been granted an exemption from the anti-Jewish laws by the Vichy Government. In his will, Prof. Bergson wrote: "My thoughts brought me more and more closer to Catholicism, wherein I saw the achievements of Judaism. I would have become converted had I not seen in preparation for many years a formidable wave of anti-Semitism which was sweeping over the world. I decided to remain among those who could be persecuted." The Old Order Passes As communities throughout America observe Jewish Education Month from September 15th to October 15th, Miami takes a forward step in setting up a committee to create a united Talmud Torah system Such a venture must have the cooperation of all elements in the community Every rabbi or other functionary in charge of a Jewish school should lend his support. The time of the independent, old-time cheder definitely is past. Jewish education has made great progress the last few years in content and methodology In these days when the evidences of faulty Jewish upbringing are so clear in many of our youth, no community can afford to drag along with a medieval educational structure. Perhaps the best defense against the assualt upon the Jew is the building of those spiritual and moral defenses which result from proper Jewish educational influences. Hats Off to ths Liberals! The fate of America in the present world crisis depends to a considerable extent upon the strength of its liberal elements We do not have the pleasure of being acquainted with Dr. John H. Sherman, president of Webber College But our salute of the week goes to him for his article in the Lake County Citizen. Dr. Sherman describes the meeting of the America First Committee in St. Louis recently when "it threw off the last shred of disguise (exxcept its misleading name) as it presented Gerald Nye to a howling mob" Comments Dr. Sherman. "The crowd mob howled at every slur upon American foreign policy, cheered references to democratic non-success His principal effort of the evening was a Hitleresque attack upon the American Jew. Dr. Sherman then reminds us of what Hitler wrote in "Mein Kampf"—that the paralysis of America preliminary to conquest would easily be accomplished through a propaganda campaign of race hatred among us. When the America First Committee first began its activities in Miami we had the unpleasant experience of attending two meetings After listening to the speakers, one of whom later was exposed as a registered nazi propagandist, we predicted that the entire movement had a definite role to play in Adolfs campaign to disrupt America. Sad to say. as the weeks passed, our prediction has been fulfilled. Nye's un-American appeal to anti-Semitic sentiment is excelled only by that Knight of the German Eagle. Charles Augustus Lindbergh Both follow the pattern of Goebbels And unless liberals like Dr. Sherman, who see the true light, rally to defend the bulwarks of democracy, this country soon will be in a sorry fix, with its internal peace disrupted and its people ready prey for the ideological invasion of Hitler which already has begun. Goat Glands for Sals Miami in the wintertime for several years has been the happy hunting ground of the goat gland merchant. Brinjcley. who of late has forsaken his sex rejuvenation activities for the anti-Semitic racket Interesting, then, to observe that John Law is catching up with Brinkley Facing charges of using the mails to defraud, the gland vendor now faces arrest in Kansas on a fugitive warrant. Some conception of the volume which blands netted Brinkley may be deduced from the complaint filed by the postal inspector It is alleged that the "doc" gave "false and fraudulent treatment" Being but curious morals. w e wonder why Brinkley turned to the anti-Semitic racket? n^ he think that it will pay eve n greater dividends? ... Or does he find it easier to inject the antiSemitic virus into the body poli. tic than to implant goat glands. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By Milton A. Friedman (CONTINUED FROM PAGE J) ble, various religious ceremonies, holidays, etc. This will be an excellent opportunity for broadening our religious education in a most interesting and novel manner. In the near future a membership drive is planned. This year the emphasis has not been placed on the securing of new members but rather on maintaining the existing membership. The drive will take place simultaneously with similar drives in every Lodge in this District and will mark the 75th anniversary of this District. The new group will be known as the Sidney J. Stern class. Bro. Stem lives in N. Carolina and is one of the oldest and most active members in the entire Order. As the plans unfold I'll keep you posted As I close this column with Yom Kippur just about to begin I am struck with the nonsensical question of "Why does the World Series always come out on Yom Kippur?" Which goes to show how distant we still are from the realization of actual world conditions and how close they are to us. My hope for the New Year is that ronditions will so improve that every year we can always thing about a world Series instead of a Serious World. New York (WNS)— Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt, in the first of a ne series of 26 nation-wide radio broadcasts, denounced certain isolationist spokesmen who inject religious and racial intolerance into the war controversy, warning that "they will destroy IM nation which they profess want to preserve" if they succeed. J The president's wife reminded isolationist leaders that veV made up of racial strains from every part of the world and allow people to practice' "SU ever religion they wish. i have built a nation around w word 'democracy' and melt away if certain of these called leaders are acceptable w any appropriate number people." .J. After referring to sincere %  vocates of the America u Committee who "are loath to i up their dream of peace ana Mrs. Roosevelt.^ realities," \jiuz tail iws'"— ( M idealists, but one cannot ions those who for personal ana fish reasons insist on being and advocate a course *, n d would destroy us as a nation which seems to indorse tne v ciples which hold sway in nations because their i consider them necessary w tional life."



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1941 Jmtsti fhrididtr PAGE FIVE TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION HABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LAGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 ABRAHAM A. KKLI,NER. Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSKPH MALEK. Cantor 300 K. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-082S TALMUD TORAH 1543 S. W. Third Street MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach Friday evening, October 3, 8:15 o'clock, sermon, "Give Ear O Ye Heavens," delivered by Rabbi Colman A. Z witma n. Sunday evening, October 5th, 8:15 o'clock; Monday morning at 11:00 o'clock. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the Feast of Tabernacles in his sermon on "The Tabernacle of David." Appreciative thanks are expressed to the High Holy Day Usher Committee for their dignified, decorous and respectful maintenance of order in the auditorium and at the overflow service. The committee consisted of Louis Zeientz, chairman; Henry Bulbin, Billy Homa, G. Louis Mendelson, Myron M. Newman, Frank A. Perlman, Herbert A. Simon, Merton Simon, Harry V. Simons, Harold B. Spaet, Myron S. Zeientz. The opening of the year with a luncheon meeting has been announced by Mrs. Max Steuer, president of the Sisterhood. The occasion will feature a most interesting program of moving pictures, brief addresses and matters pertinent to Sisterhood interests for the coming year. The luncheon will begin at 12:30 Tuesday noon in Kaplan Hall with the following committee in charge: Mrs. Sam Luby, chairman, Mrs. Morris Plant Mrs. Sam Zinkdw, Mrs. Frank A. Perlman, Mrs. Herbert A. Simon and Mrs. Harry Nevins. Reservations at $1.00 per person may be made by calling Mrs. Jan Jacobs, 5-4206, or Mrs. Sam Zinkow, 7-5902. Ladies, please don't forget your date with your Sisterhood Tuesday noon, October 7th, in Kaplan Hall. The committee, officers and membership of your Sisterhood expect you, and will be there to greet you. Please come and bring your friends! A most interesting Sisterhood project is being planned for the winter season in the form of a bazaar to be held in our Temple, with Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis as chairman and Mrs. Jan Jacobs as co-chairman. A meeting of the committee will be held this Friday, October 3 at 2:00 p. m. at Mrs. Lewis' h.ome. You will read more about this bazaar in the future. Uniongram chairman for the Sisterhood for the ensuing year is Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston. Religious School News The opening sessions of the Religious School last Sunday, September 28th, brought a record enrollment to our Sunday School. Close to 200 children were registered on the first Sunday, with definite signs of increase in subsequent sessions. IN MEMORIAM "May the Father of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among' us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Nellie V. Winer, wife of Abe Winer; Kate Yubas, mother of Mrs. Ike Wolkowsky. Yahrzeit: Lynn Raff, daughter of Mrs. Rose Raff and sister of N. Douglas Raff and Bertram Raff; Joseph Hodes, father of Stanley Hodes; Bernhardt Miller, father of Harry A. Miller and David P. Miller. DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1565 Jeffergon Avenue Office Phone—5-5625 Miami Beach BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach Sukkos Festival Sunday night, Oct. 5 will usher in the pleasant Festival of Sukkas and a most cordial invitation is extended to all of our people to come and. celebrate with us this happy Yom-tov. The lovely congregational Sukkah will be at the service of those who wish to avail themselves of this opportunity. A committee of the Ladies Auxiliary will serve kiddush in the Sukkah after the services. We are pleased to report that due to the efforts of the rabbi there will be quite a few new Sukkas in our neighborhood and the sanctity of this sacred festival will thus be spread from the synagogue to the homes of our people. The congregation has also provided Esrogim and all who wish to have the Esrog sent to their homes please make arrangements with S. Geltner. Schedule of Services The Festival Services will commence Sunday and Monday evenings at 6 o'clock, and Monday and Tuesday mornings at 9 o'clock. Cantor Malek assisted by the congregational choir will render the liturgical portions of the service. Sermon Schedule Rabbi Kellner will preach on the mornings of both festive days at 10:30 o'clock and on the first afternoon at 5 o'clock in Yiddish. Annual Meeting Tuesday night. October 7 will be held our annual congregational meeting for the purposes of nomination. H. M. Drewich, our president, will preside and render his report of tickets sold and High Holy Day arrangements. The membership is warmly urged to be present. At Home Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner extend a most cordial welcome to all members of the congregation and auxiliary and all of their friends to join them in their beautiful home Sukkah at any time during the holiday season. Thank You We are pleased to express our sincere appreciation to the children of I. Rosengorten for their lovely gift of books and slichos with which they presented the synagogue. Our grateful words of thanks are conveyed to Max and Joe Swartz for the splendid donation of Siddurem with which they presented our congregation. It is with a deep sense of appreciation that we thank Philip Berkowitz for his thoughtful gesture of presenting us for the Holidays with a much needed gift of skull caps. Talmud Torah The Talmud Torah classes are open for registration and we urge all Jewish children from the neighborhood to register in Hebrew School without fail. Sunday School Registration for the Sunday School session will be held in conjunction with our great Sukkos party on Sunday afternoon, October 12 at 2 o'clock. Radio Hour The weekly Jewish Radio Hour will be conducted by Rabbi Relink SuW Oct. 5 at 4:30 p. m. on Station WIOD and will speak on Festive Joys. Cantor Malek will conduct the musical program. Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHE3. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21at Terrace Succot Services Sunday, October 5th, at 5:30 p. m. the opening Succot Services will be held. They will be conducted by Dr. Samuel Bension assisted by Cantor Berle Kelemer. The subject of the sermonette will be "Tenting To-Night." Monday, October 6th the services commence at 9 a. m. Dr. Bension will speak at 10:30 a. m. on the subject of "The Canopy of Peace." On Tuesday, October 7th the services will be held at the same time as on the preceding day. The subject of the sermon will be "Simply Beautiful." Ersog and Lulav The Center has with great effort succeeded in securing Esrogim from Palestine. All worshippers are cordially invited to avail themselves of the opportunity to observe the great annual mitzva of the blessing over the Esrog and Lulav at our services. There is no charge and both men and women are welcome. — The Congregational Sukah In the spacious Center courtyard a beautiful Sukah has been constructed. The Sisterhood has in the traditional manner lavished loving attention on the inner decorations and has provided for Kiddush refreshments at the conclusion of each service during the entire Succot festival. The Decorations Committee is composed of Mrs. Irving Eastman, chairman, and Mrs. Frumkes, Mrs. Fishbein, and Mrs. Richardson. The refreshments committee includes Mrs. Pauline Rosenbluth, chairman, and Mrs. Simms, Mrs. Golin, Mrs. Frumkes, Mrs. Fishbein, and Mrs. S. Weiner. Monster Succot Celebration Preparations are being made to accommodate a thousand children at the stupendous Succot Celebration which will take place Sunday, October 12th at 10:30 a. m. in the large auditorium of the Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue. A radio program will be presented from the stage with startling and brilliant numbers. Newly discovered talent never before seen or heard in Greater Miami will appear for the first time at this Succot Celebration. There will also be a number of artists who are well known to the local public. Admission is free and every child present will receive free from the Sisterhood a gift of a Simchat Torah flag and Succot refreshments. The Sisterhood committee includes Mrs. Berman, chairman, and Mrs. Louis Levy, Mrs. Nat Teller, Mrs. M. Brown, Mrs. M. Marbach, Mrs. B. Fishbein. and Mrs. S. Winer. To avoid overcrowding children are requested to obtain at the Center office admission tickets for themselves and their friends. There is no charge for the tickets, and holders will be given preference in admission. Attorney Harold Turk will act as master of ceremonies. School Registration The Hebrew School classes are already in session. Parents are MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HENRY MARBEIN, Cantor Daily, Sabbath and Holy Day Services Shachriss daily at 8:00 a. m.; Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Mincha daily at 5:45 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 5:30 p. m. Maariv daily at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday at 6:40 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday of 5:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Succoss Succoss, the Feast of Tabernacles, will begin Sunday evening. October 5th. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach Monday morning on the theme: "Hurricane Proof." Tuesday morning he will use as his sermon "Florida Fruits." Cantor Mamches will chant the services. The Succah Our synagogue Succah will be open throughout the holidays to all worshippers. Refreshments will be served after all services. All Hebrew school classes will convene daily in the Succah for festival refreshments and brief programs. The Succah is being decorated by our sexton. Mr. Feit, with the assistance of the Sisterhood and the Habanoth. .^P.-***. Religious School Enrollment in the daily sessions of our Hebrew School is increasing daily. Registration of new children takes place each week day afternoon between the hours of 3 and 7. Faculty-Board Meeting Our Religious School faculty and our board of education will meet with the rabbi this Sunday, October 5 at 11 a. m. at the Talmud Torah building to plan the new year's school activities. Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services Saturday morning Sunday morning Hebrew School, daily 6:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. .9-12 a.m. Mrs. Louis Margulies Reporting for Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood Sunday School Registration Registration for Sunday School will take place this Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Parents are requested to bring their children and register them at the beginning of the semester. A very competent teachers' class has been organized to take care of the classes of our Sunday school. Names of the registered teachers and their classes will be announced next week. „ Succos Celebration A Festival of Tabernacles will be ushered in at Beth David Synagogue this Sunday evening at 7:15 o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services and Cantor Marbein will chant the liturgic melodies. Rabbi Shapiro will speak in Yiddish and English on the central theme on the importance of the celebration. Immediately after the services, the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Hyman Sootin as chairman and her committee, Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs. Sam Dickson, Mrs. J. Englar, Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Mrs. Ben Kandel, Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld and Mrs. Jean Seitlin will serve as hostesses to the worshippers in the large Succo adjoining the synagogue. Appropriate holiday refreshments will be served. Services will take place Monday and Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock. urged to enroll their children without delay. Late registration retards the progress of the whole class. Every class meets twice weekly, an hour and a half for each session. Classes meet Mondays and Wednesdays and Tuesdays and Thursdays. The hours are 3:15 to 4:45 and 4:45 to 6:15 p. m. There are classes for beginners, intermediates, and advanced. Boys preparing for bar mitzvah are given individual attention. David Freedman, well known Miami Hebrew teacher, is the instructor. Appointments may be arranged with Dr. Samuel Bension, personally, for a 'discussion of any Jewish educational problem. Sunday Religious School A large number of boys and girls have already enrolled in the Sunday School, which will formally open with the Grand Succot Celebration on Sunday, October 12th at 10:30 a. m. The regular sessions of the Religious School will be every Sunday morning from 10 to 12. The program of the school includes not only instruction in Jewish history, customs and ceremonies, and current events, but also active projects such as dramatics, elocution, school government, social service, journalism and music. Confirmation and post confirmation classes form a part of the Religious School. Attorney Joseph Berman is the school superintendent. 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PAGE SIX Jen is* Flcr/dinn FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1941 LEADERS ENCOURAGE JEWS BROADCAST Jerusalem (W N S)—The barriers which have separated Russian Jewry from Jewish communities throughout the world since the Communist Revolution in Soviet Russia 22 years ago. were swept aside tor the first time when Palestine's Jewish leaders sent messages of encouragement to the Jews of Russia over special Jerusalem broadcast to Moscow. The first Palestine broadcast to Russia, in which Jewish leaders of all shades of opinion participated, evoked considerable interest in the Jewish community, with theatres in Jerusalem. Tel Aviv and Tiberias interrupting their performances to permit audiences to hear the broadcast. The broadcast marked the first time also that Yiddish was heard over the Palestine Broadcasting Service since the addresses were delivered in Hebrew. Russian and Yiddish. Hitherto, all broadcasts aimed at the Jewish population were delivered in Hebrew. Sounding the keynote of the new spirit of amity were Chief Rabbi Herzog. M. M. Ussishkin. veteran Zionist leader and one of the founders of Zionism in Czarist Russia. Isaac Ben-Zvi, president of the Jewish National Council of Palestine, leader of the Histadruth. Palestine's Jewish labor federation. Mr. Ussishkin. convalescing from a recent operation, urged Russian Jewry not to despair "just as we do not despair." adding that "the Jewish nation will live forever and its future will be safe." Mr. Ussishkins message follows: "Dear brothers and sisters in Soviet Russia! Twenty-two years have passed since I took leave of you. But our intimate ties and mutual hue and sympathy have not changed. At the time when we here were busy In upbuilding our historical fatherland we did not forget you for a single moment. We build for all parts of our dispersed people, including you. "You are happy in one respect. You are equal citizens. You live in a country where there is full equality without discrimination with regard to race and religion, and where the Jewish bent back has grown straight. It is clear to us that Hitler's victory means the extermination of the Jewish people, while Hitler's defeat means the resurrection of our people. "Israel's history repeats itself. We are certain that also from the present catastrophe will come a new hope for our people. Therefore, don't despair just as we do not despair. Thousands and tens of thousands will fall, but the Jewish nation will live forever and its future will be safe—one people, one hope, one ideal, the most human ideal, an ideal which will be recognized by all nations, your country included. We are entering a new year. Let us hope the coming year will take a turn for the better for all. Shalom! Chief Rabbi Herzog said in his message: "Don't be downhearted. Rely on God of the world, of truth, of justice. 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Inside, the car is big — wide across the seats, generous in knee-room, leg •room, elbow-room. On the road this year you find the "new Ford ride" soil further advanced in its softness, quietness, steadiness and all-round comfort. At the wheeL you will find driving easier than ever; Steering, gear-shifting, action of the big and sure hydraulic brakes have all been made smoother and easier. In quality, the car is sound to the last detail. Defense requirements have all been met without a single reduction in the basic and lasting goodness of the Ford mechanically. Some new materials have replaced old ones, usually at a greater cost to us, but in every case the new is equal to or better than the old. If your family needs a new car, go see and drive this Ford. For ubat it is today and for ubat it will be through the years ahead, ue believe that you uill find in it more and better transportation for your mon~ than you have ever found be/ore. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER (CONTINUE D FRO M PAGE 5, schools and all of whom have re ceived college training. The final registration day f or all Sunday School classes is (V tober 5th. The office is open daily except Saturdays and holidays from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m Sabbath Services Friday, October 3rd at 530 p. m. Saturday, October 4th at 9 a. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak at 10 a. m. on the subject "What Makes a Jew Sing.'' At 5:30 p. m. the Oneg Shabbat takes place. On the program are refreshments, songs and discussion of current Jewish news. All are welcome. Senior League Open Meeting The Senior League of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold its first open meeting Sunday, October 12th at 3 p. m. at the Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue. Membership is open to all Jewish young people, single or married, from the age of 25. A Junior League is being organized for those between the ages of 18 and 25. The following are the present officers of the Senior League: Joseph A. Berman, president; Milton Sirkin, vice president; Miriam Sirkin. recording secretary; Isabel Brenner, corresponding secretary; Alexander Richardson, treasurer. The board of governors consists of Frieda Bernstein, Dr. Jack Falk, Murry Grossman, Harold Vinson and Esther Weinkle. The publicity committee is headed by Nancy Richardson. Impressive exercises are being planned for the installation of the newly elected officers and directors. The arrangements committee consists of Leo Robinson, chairman; Dr. Milton Bernstein, Mildred Falk, Nettie Lcfkowitz and Harold Vinson. The Senior League extends a cordial invitation to all interested to attend the open meeting and will gladly accept applications for membership. Classes for Adults Classes for adults are now being organized for Beginners Hebrew. Jewish literature, history, customs and ceremonies. The time will be arranged to suit the convenience of the majority ol the students. • Mrs. Milton SirIkin heads the enrollment committee for the Hebrew classes and Mrs. William Herrick Bernstein tiie committee on Jewish ceremonies and customs, lniormation will also gladly be given by the Center office. £&


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941 JEWISH LEADERS ENCOURAGE JEWS IN IIUIUST (CONTINUE D FRO M PAGE 6) Year bring victory for the Russian and British forces and peace for the world based on freedom and justice." Mr. Ben Zvi, in behalf of the Jewish National Council, said: •Russian Jewry was and remained for us the cradle of Jewrys' liberation. You, brethren in Moscow, recently proclaimed that the Jewish people will not die, but live. Our joyous reply is that we will not die, but will live; the enemy of mankind will not overcome us. "We follow with adoration the Russian heroic struggle with the invader and we are proud of your participation in it, just as we are proud of the tenthousand Palestine Jews who are fighting with other nations for world's freedom. Through a sea of blood and pain we are marching toward victory." Mr. Katznelson, representing the Histadruth, said: "You are doing your share, and we are doing and will continue to do our share at the front as well as in the rear." Others participating in the broadcast, which was relayed to Moscow via London, were Chanah Rovina, popular actress of the Habimah Theatre, and Saul Tchernichovski, noted Hebrew poet. KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING By Kathleen O'Connell PAGE SEVEN SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR WM. BORDEAUX Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No Mora OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meat* 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago F. A. PETERSON. District Manager Your '-Shelby" representative will apPHONE 4-4240 predate an opportunity to assist you 1 „ ,„, with your printed form problems. P. O. Box 44/J You'll find him well qualified to of_ rt —_. r R1 r c -r fer helpful suggestions, and eager to COHAL UABUta, r L.A. furnish samples of any specific form ^ s heU}y Salesbook Co. you wish. HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN *—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS W Sincerely Believe That There Is No Better Dairy Product Than Currently the favorite topic of conversation seems to be what to do for the boys in camp. Not much thought, though, has been devoted to all the lonesome lasses who have been left to shift for themselves. Well, girls, this is no time to let your spirits down. With some of those extra hours you have on your hands you can write cheerful letters and polish up on the fine art of cooking. An occasional gift and a box of good home-made cookies can span great distances and remove the chilly touch of absence. Select a type of cookie that will keep fresh in appearance and flavor for several days, and of a size and shape that will not crumble easily. Be sure and send plenty of cookies for the boys "divvy" up on presents of this kind. Cookies which are cut into squares or oblongs are easiest to pack. The cookie bars can be sent right in the pans in which they are baked. (You can get pans in the dime store.) A tin box with a closely fitting cover packs to test advantage. You might save the cans your vegetable shortening is packed in. To insure broken cookies, cut wax paper into shreds and spread as a cushion in the bottom of the box. Cut wax paper to fit the bottom and sides, leaving enough to fold over the top of the box after it is filled. A piece of thin cardboard or several sheets of wax paper should go between the layers of cookies. Put the round cookies on top with crosswise pieces of cardboard between each row so they won't slide around. Stuff any empty spaces with crumpled bits of wax paper and put a thick layer of shredded waxed or tissue paper on top. Wrap in heavy paper, print the address plainly and mark fragile. Be sure the package is tied firmly as packages in an army camp are not handled as gently as a dozen of eggs. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby niven that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175. Chapter No. 20933. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wtt: ROYAL. SHOE HOSPITAL. CLEANING & LAUNDRY, under which I am engaged In business at number 219 West Flagler Street. In the City of Miami. Florida. That the party interested in said business enterprise. Is as follows: MAX I. SAMUELS Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida. August 25, 1941. 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I hat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A. O. TRANSFER, at 323 Colline Ave., Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE OREL 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LOUIS MARCUS and ROSE MARCUS are engaged In business under tne fictitious name of BAY VIEW APARTMENTS AND ANNEX at 828838 3rd St.. Miami Beach. Florida, and Intend to register said fictitious name in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS MARCUS ROSE MARCUS OWNERS GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicants 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RICHLAND SUNDRIES, at 2197 N. W. 36th St., Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISIDOR RICHLAND 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WONDER COTTON CENTER, at 229 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. CHARLBS SCHECHTER 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA WINDOW CLEANING CO.. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the C.rcuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EL1X HINKES 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WESS PAINT CO., Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MANNIE WESSON 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FEDERAL EXTERMINATING CO.. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade^ounty, Florida. NORMAN D. JACOBS 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOME TOWN BAKERY at 1127 N. E. 1st Ave.. Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN ROSENSTOCK 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 HOME MILK AnJ Tiny Say Do the members of YOUR family say this? c II not, perhaps It la because you have never given Alka-Sefae. 1 thorough trial All over the world people who hare wed Alka-Seltier era enthusiastic In Its praise. H Alka-Seltxer is a. good aa weeay It la, you want It!tojWjB %  *•£ l^cdnnwt;llltlawt.ltwonHeorty.pW. W^^ the purchase price to any new uaer who 1 not entirely eausneo. Your family may need Alka-Seltier sooner and more oftenjfcan ^ ttrwHS^-js-_•___ %  EK BeSSF Gas ea Sterna* Add I N i l %  _* %  feara. "Morning After-, Mnscular Fain* Net. ale In Mtaor Tliroet Irritation*. Alka-Seltzer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 6714 CLUB, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorC. J. SPIKE MRS. J. K. FINK 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DAVE'S MARKET, at 820 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID WASHER 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of l'ARKWAY PHARMACY, at 1299 8. W. 22nd St., Miami, Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ___,__ EDWARD E. EHRLICH Mill. I,IE EHRLICH 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 SEASON'S GREETINGS Miami Truck Service 2250 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-0990 Season's Greetings ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE CO. 442 Collins Court PHONE 5-3773 SEASONS GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS H.H. LEWIN REAL ESTATE HALCYON ARCADE PHONE 3-5373 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ida. LARRY FAY MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 10/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, de.-ilrlng to engage ill business under the fictitious name of THE TROPIC BAR at 233 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ^ UpowBKT 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LEMON CITY KEPT. STORE also known as SCHINDLERS DEPT. STORE, Intends to register the sail name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LENA SCHINDLER MILTON" A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslneal under the fictitious name of ASTOIt HOTEL intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorDAVID ROSNER ELIZABETH ROSNER Co-Owners 956 Washington Avenue Miami B'ach. Florida 9/26 10/3-10-17-24 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CARRIB NOVELTY & IMPORTING CO (not Inc.) intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circult Court of D-' Ap f R -"^.EG n EL da MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attornev for Applicant 9/26 10/3-10-17-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STELLA'S BAR. at 323 West Flagler St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlOTlda I. B. SEMCO 10/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ZISSEN'S BOWERY intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F!orlda HYMAN ZISSEN LOUIS ZISSEN DOROTHY ZISSEN SARAH ZISSEN Co-Partners MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 10'3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 14TH ST. BEACH CAFETERIA also known as 14TII ST CAFETERIA and BEACH CAFETERIA Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F1 rlda LARRY GILBERT JACK GOLDSTEIN Co-Partners MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant* 10/3-10-17-24-31 ^^^^^^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HI AN DRY TOURIST PARK, at Ha N E. 71st St.. Miami. Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ^^ ^^ LOUIS COMIS MARSHALL H. COMIS 10/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name of RHODE VACUUM CLEANER CO. (not Inc.). Intends to register the said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorMORRIS KLEINER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UNITED KOSHER MARKET, ntends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florlda^^ KAT 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HANSON ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida BARNEY HANSON 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that HTMAN' LAIBSON and TILLIE LAIBSOX are engaged In business under the fictitious name of LAIBSON COURT at 733 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida, and Intend to register said fictitious name in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HYMAN LAIBSON TILLIE LAIBSON OWNERS OEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicants 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fletjtlous name of SCH1FFS DELICATESSEN A SD MARKET, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Orcui, Court of Dade County. Rorlda. 10/3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, now engaged and desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of "SUZANNE APARTMENTS" Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HERMAN B GROSSMAN 440 Fourteenth Street Miami Baach. Florida. 9/19-2 6 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, now engaged and desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of "LYNETTB, APARTMENTS" Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorHERMAN B. GROSSMAN 1335 Drexel Avenue Miami Beach. Florida 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, now engaged and desiring to engage In bu s "V;??„ u ,'J£?£ the fictitious name or BUKUBBo APARTMENTS Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorldaESSIE BERGMAN W. M. BERGMAN 9/19-26 10/3-10-17 '• I



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 3, 1941

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 3, 1941

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00659

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


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CSSSSa Tlhe Jiewtisilh Hjmulty
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14No. 40
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
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;YOM KIPPUR IN JAPAN IS
OBSERVED ON WEDNESDAY
Jerusalem (WNS)The knotty
problem of when to observe Yom
I Kippur in Japan, raised by a
group of refugee rabbis stranded
I in that country, was solved by a
two-day parley of 20 prominent
Palestine rabbis, meeting under
the chairmanship of Chief Rabbi
Herzog, which decided that the
AMERICA FIRST
E
POLISH JEWISH DOCTORS
CHARGE NAZI POISON PLOT
Washington (WNS)The Amer-
brk (WNS) Dorothy -
I noted syndicated col- \ bb,'s "> JaPan should fast on ica First Committee. shorn of its
!ho returned recently Wednesdaythe same day as in supel-patriotic trimmings by Sen-
ing visit to beleagured Palestine.
.rought a crowd of 4.- Th<-' me*in* wad convoked af-
ter a cable had been received
ns to its feet cheering,
demanded that Con-
It laws to protect citi-
pl religions and races
anized attempts to fos-
^ersecution."
pmpson put her demand
of a resolution which
ed by the huge gather-
resolution also called
fcpeal of the neutrality
or the prohibition of
of anonymous litera-
ned to influence public
umnist urged maximum
tes aid to Great Britain
free the world of Hit-
Je shall either be, with
he co-liberators of the
[we shall help to sell the
slavery," Miss Thomp-
IS HINTS AT
TO FOR JEWS
IG IN REICH
from the rabbis in Japan, point-
ing out the difference in time
between Japan and Palestine, and
asking for advice as to when to
observe the Holy Day. The rab-
bis made their decision after
hearing a report from Prof.
Frankel, dean of the mathema-
tics faculty at the Hebrew Uni-
versity, who discussed the mathe-
matical elements in the problem.
super-patriotic trimmings by Sen-
ator Gerald P. Nye's continued
anti-Jewish attacks and its ad-
amant refusal to condemn the
vicious anti-Semitic speech of
Charles A. Lindbergh, faces wide-
spread internal dissension which
may prove its undoing, informed
political circles here believed.
Experienced political observers
predicted that the America First
Committee's desperate attempts
to place the onus for injecting
anti-Semitism into the war issue
at the door of the interventionists
would fool no one and would cost
the America First Committee
thousands of members through-
out the country.
The schism within the ranks of
the America First Committee
grew wider as leading statesmen,
churchmen and educators contin-
ued to denounce Lindbergh. The
statement issued by the America
First Committee in Chicago, de-
nying that the Hitler-decorated
London (WNS)-Gen. Charles ier was anti-Semitic, served to
do Gaulle, leader of the Free Pour oil on the flames of protest.
French movement, has appointed! The statement made public at
Rene Cassin, a French Jew, as the Chicago headquarters of the
national commissioner of justice' America First Committee said:
and education in the newly or-i "Ever since the nationwide effort
ganized Free French National | to keep America out of war be-
LAI ARE VOIDED
Zurich (W N S)A deliberate
Nazi plot to poison large num-
bers of Jews in the ghettos of
I Lodz, Cracow and other Polish
I cities was charged by Polish
Jewish doctors investigating re-
cent mysterious deaths in the
ghettos, according to informed
Polich circles here.
A Jewish delegation met the
Nazi ghetto authorities and placed
the findings of the Jewish doc-
tors before them. The Nazi of-
ficials conducted their own in-
quiry and later explained that
the deaths may have been caused
by harmful effects of certain
'ersatz' material used in the bak-
ing of the bread. The Jewish
doctors are convinced, however,
that the poisoned bread was no
accident but a deliberate Nazi
plot aimed at exterminating Po-
lish Jewry.
THEWISH
DRIVE IN ITALY
IS NOW FEARED
IS
FOR RACIAL
New York (WNS)The anti-
Catholic, anti-Negro and anti-
Semitic Ku Klux Klan has
launched an undercover nation-
wide campaign for $1,000,000 to
resume its activities, it was re-
ported by Burnet Hershey, New
York radio commentator, who
said that the Klan has already
been given $100,000 of this
amount.
Mr. Hershey charged that the
funds will be used "to renew the
racial and religious warfare
which made the Klan a notorious
national disgrace about 17 years
ago."
The Klan's present program is
much larger than its former plan,
he said, since it can now work
in cooperation with the general
attack of racial and religious
groups which is being fomented
by the undercover propaganda
agents of Berlin and acquiesced
in by certain American commit-
tees.
(WNS)Following up
lr compelling all Jews
1 years of age to wear a
lllow "mogen david" on
>eet clothing, the Nazi
jjent has issued a series
Inti-Jewish decrees which
low even further anti-
neasures, according to re-
ceived here.
esult of the new decrees,
by the Nazi Transpor-
|inistry, Jews will be per-
enter street cars, buses
tier public conveyances
these vehicles are suf-
empty so that no "Ar-
remain behind."
brder stipulates also that,
aside the buses or cars,
nay sit down only if all
have seats. The Trans-
bn Ministry forbade the
i publish these restrictions
lered all Jewish organiza-
fto acquaint Germany's
fith decrees.
kwhile, the Boersen Zei-
linting at the possibility of
Vo for Jews in the Reich,
because the German peo-
fve clearly seen that the
question must be solved
lit sentimentality it wel-
every step leading to t
Council, it was announced here.
M. Cassin is the second Jew to
i hold an official post in an exiled
I Government, Premier Gen. Si-
korski having recently appointed
Dr. Herman Liebcrman, Polish
Jewish Socialist leader, as Mini-
ster of Justice of the exiled Po-
lish Government.
Immediately after the forma- uiwuhiu ..
tion of the Free Fiench National fenow members of the America
Council. Gen. de Gaulle declared pjrst Committee are not anti-
-_ i >!__ ., ti Ti\nplt 1 ..1_____ 1 I w i Fin
gan the interventionists have
sought to hide the real issue by
flinging false charges at the
America First Committee and at
every leaders who has spoken out
against our entry into the Euro-
pean conflict. The present at-
tack on Colonel Lindbergh is
merely another case in point.
Lisbon (WNS)A new anti-
Jewish drive in Italy was feared
by Italian Jewish leaders as a
result of a series of concerted
press attacks, which was cli-
maxed by a demand voiced by
the Fascist newspaper Tevcre
that all Jewish organizations in
Italy be closed down, it was re-
ported here.
With the latest decrees an-
nounced in Rome, reducing the
already inadequate rations of
bread and coal, giving rise to
wide discontent, the Italian press
and radio have sought to pin the
blame for the present low morale
null and void the anti-Jewish
laws promulgated by the Marshal
Petain Government in Vichy.
While the Free French leader
had previously condemned the
Vichy anti-Jewish decrees, this
marked the first time that the
exiled French leader had official-
,of the Italian people on the Jews
"Colonel Lindbergh and his | by charging that the Jewish or-
" ganizations are hot-beds of anti-
Fascism and defeatism.
Leading the attack against the
L
APPEAL TO JEWS
TO HAVE
Semitic. We deplore the injec-
tion of the race issue into the | jews js the newspaper Tevere.
discussion of war or peace. It is whose anti-Semitic campaign
the interventionists who have
done this.
"America First, on the other
hand, has invited men and women
of every race, religion and na-
exnea ric-nun om^ .-------- OI evcij ia^c, ci.&.v... --
ly denounced Vichy's anti-Semit- tional origjn to join this commit-
ism and pledged equality to Jews
in the new France.
At the same time, it was an-
nounced that Rabbi Moses Ar-
tec provided only that they are
patriotic citizens who put the in-
terest of their country ahead of
any other nation. We repeat that
ruas, former president of Temple jnvjtation."
B'rith Shalom in Paris and for-1 senator Nye followed the new
mer director of the Paris Sophar- j America First line when he ac-
dic community, had been ap-1 cused Wendell Willkie of "rat-
pointed Jewish chaplain of the like tactics" and blamed
Free French military forces.
former Republican presidential
candidate for introducing the
1-----------""---------------- Kne candidate, ior imiuuuims *...
MYRON TAYLOR CONFERS -wholly un-American issue of an-
WITH LISBON OFFICIALS
Lisbon (WNS)Myron C. Tay-
lor, President Roosevelt s per-
sonal envoy to the Vatican and
Vice President of the Inter-Gov-
ernmental Committee for Refu-
cvciy icp u-.iuu.ft -,gees, discussed emigration prob-
ation and has confidence lems here with Dr. James Bern-
" stein and Eli Dijour, European
director and general secretary,
respectively, of the HIAS-ICA
Emigration Association
The exact nature of the talks
between Mr. Taylor, who is en-
route to London where he is
scheduled to confer with John G.
Winant, U. S. Ambassador to
Great Britain, and the two Jew-
ish refugee-aid officials was not
made known, although refugee
immigration to the United States
was believed a major topic.
dership will take all neces-
urther measures at the pro-
ne.
a large section of our peo-
Iwas a disagreeable surprise
how many of these un-
I contemporaries still live
|g usnamely, in certain
era of large cities; how
good houses are occupied
lem at a time of home short-
Iwith what a free and easy
Ithey go about the streets as
ih they were alone there.
ti-Semitism" into the war issue,
in an address before the Boston
chapter of the America First
Committee.
At another America First rally,
Senator Nye absolved the Amer-
ica First Committee and himself
of anti-Semitism and pleaded that
he was being "smeared" with the
stigma of anti-Semitism by the
interventionists. He defended
Lindbergh, saying that he knew
that there was "not a shred of
anti-Semitic spirit in the mind
and heart" of the ex-Colonel.
Senator Nye's staunch defense
of pro-Nazi Lindbergh made no
impression,, however, on the
Wichita Beacon, leading Kansas
newspaper, which stressed in an
editorial that "Lindbergh is just
as dangerous now to America as
Hitler was to Germany in 1932."
last year was credited with the
adoption shortly afterwards of
Italy's anti-Jewish legislation.
In its latest attack, demanding
the closing of all Jewish organi-
zations in Italy, the Fascist paper
said: "As heads of the Semitic
communities in Italy and of their
organizations and institutes, there
have reappeared lately the ba-
sest and most unscrupulous per-
sonages chosen among the invet-
erate agents of Zionism which
this newspaper has attacked.
"The managers of Jewish af-
fairs in Italy have commonly
placed at the head of their or-
ganizations people who in ap-
pearance, owing to their past,
seemed to give to the regime the
most ample guarantees of respect
and obedience.
"Today the Jewish community
in Rome is in the hands of au-
thentic enemies of the country,
impudent propagandists of Zion-
ism among their worried co-re-
ligionists."
NAZI-GREEK GOVERNMENT
CONFISCATES JEWISH FUNDS
Lisbon (W N S)Greek Jews,
impoverished by the war and the
Nazi occupation, face a winter of
bitter hardship as a result of an
order issued by the Nazified
Greek Government virtually con-
fiscating the funds of all Jewish
organizations, including those de-
voted to relief.
Geneva (WNS)German Jew-
ish leaders, fearing a wave of
suicides among Jews in the Reich
as the result of the order com-
pelling all Jews over six years
of age to wear large yellow "mo-
gen davids" on their street cloth-
ing, have appealed to the Jewish
population to remain steadfast
and extended assurances that
better times were in store for the
Jewish community, it was re-
ported here.
The Jewish leaders acted after
several Jews in Berlin had taken
their own lives. Fearing an out-
break of suicides, similar to one
which followed the violent anti-
Jewish riots in Germany in 1938,
the leaders appealed to Berlin
Jews to wear the "mogen davids"
with pride.
The Nazi introduction of the
yellow badges for Jews in Ger-
many has met with popular dis-
approval, many "Aryans," in-
cluding two Catholic priests, ap-
pearing in the streets with "mo-
gen davids" sewed to their cloth-
ing, to show their dissatisfaction
with the order.
The German press and radio
have launched a campaign to
justify the need for the order.
One Berlin newspaper gloated
that while President Roosevelt
and Premier Sikorski (head of
the exiled Polish Government)
send the Jews New Year greet-
ings. Hitler sends them "yellow
badges of sharae."
Reports told also of a whis-
pering campaign launched by
minor Nazi officials in Berlin to
the effect that the decree ordering
Jews to wear the "mogen davids"
was made necessary because
every German citizen in the
United States has been compelled
to wear a Nazi swastika on his
street clothing.


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3,
Social

Personals
Clubs

Organizations
PERSONALS
BIRTHS
ORGANIZATIONS
MARRIAGES
DEATHS
Leo Eisenstein left Saturday
for a two week; -i" to St
Louis. Mo.

Mr. and Mrs J. Barbash towre
returned to the cry after a four
month's vacation in Los Angeles.
California. Chicago and Mew
York.

Jack M:ntzer. son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. L. Mir.tzer of Miami
Beach, left Thursday for Carr.p
Bland:r.g where he will be in-
ducted into the service of the U.
S Amy

A reception will be held Sun-
day Octc--:: 5:h at 5 p. m. at
the home of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Morns
Singer. 1024 Mic.-.igan aver.,-
Miarr.i Beach, in honor of :.*. .:
daughter. Charlotte and Robert
Weinsteir ar.r.-jur.ced their
engagement last week.

ifn Murry Grossman and
daughter Da-at. .-.ave returned
U :.-. .: home at 1030 Wec 47tl
Miami Beach, after a
vacation thn e m "".-..- at
h( ::. I Mi Qti
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Kollei
Wald< r .' ";' rk
Mr. and Mrs Joseph A. Ber-
maa announce the bath of their
daughter. Card Edda at St. Fran-
cis Hospital Wednesday. Mother
and daughter are doing nicely.

Mr and Mrs Gus Feuer an-
nounce the birth of a son. James
Bernard, at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
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traub. to Jack Irving Somberg.
son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Som-
berg. has been announced. No
date has been set for the wed-
ding
B tr. are graduates of Miami
High School. Mr. Somberg at-
tended the University of Honda.
He has been called to duty with
the army and leaves today for
Carr.p Binding.
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Borne will held their regular
meeting Wednesday at 2 p. m. at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.

An important board meeting of
I the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress will!
; be held at the home of Mrs. A. J. ,
i Tobin. 839 Lenox avenue. Miami
Beach. Wednesday. October 8th
at 10:30 a. m.
I
Dr. F. C. Chasan. New York;
Psychologist, will address the'
Spinoza Forum this Saturday
, afternoon at 3:30 p. m. on the i
, lawn at 11th street between Col-!
lins avenue and Ocean drive. Dr !
. Chasan's topic will be "Emotion .
and Reason m the Scheme of
Life." General discussion will
follow the lecture. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will preside at the meet-
ing

On Wednesday evening. Oc- J
| tober 8th at 8 p. m.. the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will
sponsor a card and mah jongg
party at the Talmud Torah build-
ing 1545 S. W. 3rd s'treet. There
will be door prizes and refresh-
ments traditional .o the Sukkoth
;.s. Mrs. Gerson August
ad Mrs Max Mintzer will be
Ett -ses and the entire proceeds
will benefit the Talmud Torah
fund of the organization.

The new officers of Tn-Beta
Sorority were installed at a pot
luck luncheon at the home of
Miss Lillian Rubin. 1923 S. W.
13th street, on Saturday. Septem-
ber 29ih. The officers are: Pres-
ident, Lillian Ruoin: vice presi-
dent. Betty Luby. recording sec-
retary- Bella Schaff; correspond-
ing secretary. Sophia Tendnch;
treasurer. Rubye Boniske; au-
ditor. Marjorie Rosengarten; rush
captain. Blanche Barnett: sar-
geant at arms. Faye Cowan.
A rush tea was held at the
home of Betty Luby. Sunday
with Joyce Oren in charge.
Tri-Beta Sorority will hold an
all-day picnic at Matheson Ham-
mock for their second rush party
of the season. Rushes are: Norma
Haas, Selma Rosenblitt. Florence
| Kahn, Pat Allen. Elenora Foz.
Sonny Greenwald and Julia Na-
than.

The Business and Professional
1 Group of Hadassan will hold its
first meeting of the season, Wed-
| nesday evening, October 8th at
18 o'clock at the Miami Beach
| Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid ave-
J nue. A most entertaining and
; interesting program will be the
feature of the evening.
At an executive board meeting
' held recently at the home of Miss
Malvina Weiss, plans for an in-
stallation dinner and a member-
1 ship tea were discussed.
The marriage of Miss Dorothy
Freeman of New York City to
Richard Edward Lear of Miami
Beach took place Sunday. Sep-
tember 21st at the St. Moritz
Hotel in New York City. Fol-
lowing the ceremony a dinner and
reception was held with more
than 300 guests attending.
Miss Freeman is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Free-
man. She graduated from Hun-
ter College and was connected
with the art department of Vogue
Magazine. She is a member of
Pi Alpha Tau Sorority.
Mr. Lear, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Edward G. Lear of the Lear
School, graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida and is dean of
boys at the Lear Boarding and
Day SchooL He is a member of
Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity and
the Miami Beach Junior Chamber
of Commerce.
After a short honeymoon trip.
Mr. and Mrs Lear are residing
at the White House Hotel. Miami
Beach, until their home is com-
pleted.
Sam Wroobel of New York
brother of Nathan Wroobel of
Miami Beach. passed away
Thursday after a long iihZ?
surviving him are his wife four
children and three brothers
DAYTONA BEACH NEWS
Joe Nelson, son of Mr and Mrs,
Louis Nelson of Daytona Beach,
completed negotiations last week
with the New York Yankees of
the American League and will re-
port to their farm club, the New-
ark Bears of the International
League, next spring for a regu-
lar pitching berth.
Joe, who was graduated from
Mainland High School in 1939
is at home now with .-.is parents
after having had two try-outs
early this month, once with the
Brooklyn Dodgers and once with
the Yankees, as a pitcher. He
was active in athletics all through
his school days.
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vJewisli f/oricfiatn
PAGE THREE
KING'S. .5sek
KOMMENTS
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
0 0 0
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
'Tis hard everyone to suit
In this world of ours
For no matter what or when
Now you're pleased and then
You'll want different or more
Not the same as before
And why I cannot say
Or on whom the blame to lay
For I'm as guilty as can be
Not any different you can see
And all about us if we but look
There are those who have been forsook
And who possess much less
Nor have attained that success
Of those of us who dare complain
Yeabut satisfied we should remain.
Overheard on the bus the day
before Yom Kippur was one
colored maid saying to another
"I don't have to work tomorrow"
and "Why not" was the reply
"It's not Sunday" I'm not sure
but I think they're going to have
a babythey was talkin' bout a
"Young Skippur."
King has heard organisation -
al criticism of all types and
has klipped some lines,not
new but approposon how to
wreck an organization.
Don't attend Meetings, but
if you do, arrive late, and be
sure to leave before the meet-
ing is closed.
When at meetings, vote to
do everything, then go home
and do nothing.
Get all the organization will
give you, but don't give the
organization anything.
Talk cooperation, but never
cooperate.
If asked to help, always say
you haven't time.
Never accept an office, as it
is easier to criticize than do
things.
If appointed to a committee,
never give any time or service
to the committee.
Don't do anything more than
you have to, and when others
willingly and unselfishly use
their ability to help the cause
along, then howl because the
organization is run by a clique.
An example of sacrifice that
would do all of us good is the
incident that occured Rosh Hash-
ona eve. A lady came into the
house of Worship and asked the
price of tickets. As she paid
she stated that that was her last
few dollars she possessed and no
amount of pleading would make
her accept a seat gratis. The
committee, without her know-
ledge made plans to see that she
would be taken care of.
High Holiday services of the
"Aerial synagogue." be that
what it may. collapsed into air
rather than hold services if
that's what they are called to
a room full of air and our
mushroom synagogue whose
battlecry is "Home for the
Aged" had about 22 people .
The path of righteousness ....
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Mrs. Monte Selig, president of
the Miami Section of the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women,
has just returned from New York
City, where she had several con-
ferences with executives and
staff members of the National of-
fice. She reports with interest
the appointment of a new work-
er as director of the Service to
the Foreign Born Department.
Miss Esther Beckwith.
Under her direction the Na-
tional professional staff will
continue to guide the 207 local
Senior Council Sections in their
work with emigrees. This pro-
gram includes advice on immi-
gration procedures, meeting new-
comers at ports of entry, help in
social adjustment and naturali-
zation and an educational pro-
gram leading to intelligent citi-
zenship.
Miss Beckwith is a graduate of
Smith College and received her
Master's Degree from Columbia
University. For the past three
years she has been the supervisor
of the Service to Foreign Born
Department of the Brooklyn Sec-
tion of the Council.
Varied experience in the field
of clinical psychology and social
service has equipped Miss Beck-
with with an exceptional back-
ground for her new duties. She
has been on the case work staff
of the Jewish Social Service As-
sociation in New York City, resi-
dent psychologist at the Boston
Psychopathic Hospital, and Di-
rector of Education Research for
the Board of Education in New
Britain, Conn.
The Miami Section, which has
carried on an active program of
Service to Foreign Born for many
years, welcomes Miss Beckwith's
appointment. In addition to its
work with emigrees, the Miami
Section offers its members a pro-
gram of education and action in
social legislation, international af-
fairs, contemporary Jewish af-
fairs, as well as opportunities for
service in their communities
through a varied social welfare
program.
Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman of
San Francisco is national presi-
dent of the National Council of
Jewish Women.
Keep Wednesday. October 15th
Council Day.
B'nai B'rith
Notes
By MILTON FRIEDMAN

At this writing the rain is
pouring outside my office and it
reminds me to keep my fingers
crossed with regard to the ele-
ments on Oct. 8th. As I began to
point out in this column last
week before the deadline caught
up with me. the next social affair
of the Lodge will take place at
the Sea Glades Cabana Club on
Oct. 8th. The Club is located
on 21st St. on the Beach in back
of the Dempsey Vanderbilt Ho-
tel.
You will recall that a similar
party was held last year at this
Club and it was highly success-
ful. History I am sure will re-
peat itself. Come in informal at-
tire and if you care to swim be
sure to bring your bathing suit.
Lockers will be furnished. The
swimming pool is one of the nic-
est on the beach. Adjoining the
pool there is a dance floor and
those that like the art of terpsi-
chore can trip the light fantastic
to the music of outstanding or-
chestras. Within arm's length
there is a refreshment room
wherein you can eat and drink to
your heart's and stomach's
content.
If you don't like to dance and
you don't care to swim and you
don't want to eat you can still
enjoy yourself by securing a ring
side seat and watching a profes-
sional swimming exhibition that
you have never seen before. We
have been extremely fortunate in
being able to secure for your
pleasure the Miami Beach Life
Guard Swimming Team. These
men will give div'ng exhibitions,
put on swimming contests among
themselves, give demonstrations
in rescue work, put on comedy
acts. etc. This entertainment
feature alone ought to guaran-
tee a large turnout.
But still that isn't all. The
lodge members, their wives and
guests can participate in swim-
ming contests themselves and all
winners will receive splendid
gifts.
Well may you ask, "How much
will all this cost me?" At the
risk of causing you heart trou-
ble I will softly reply, "Noth-
ing." Admission is absolutely
free to every paid up member of
the Lodge and his guests. And
unlike previous affairs where we
stated that the price of admission
was a paid up membership card
which rule was never enforced,
this time there will be men at
the door who have been given
explicit instructions that no one
and we mean no onewill be
admitted without showing a paid
up membership card. Naturally
you will be permitted to pay
your dues at the door if you so
desire.
The committee which is work-
ing so hard to make this affair
one long to be remembered is
composed of the following broth-
ers and sisters: Mrs. Doris Kovner
and husband, Walter, Mrs. Stella
Turk and husband Harold, Mrs.
Doris Pallot and husband Al,
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. Nola
Eisenstein, Marty Milstein, Bar-
ney Spector, Milton Friedman,
Milton Weiss, Sol Goldstrom,
Burnett Roth, Maurice Cromer,
and Barney Rosenthal.
So don't forget '.he October so-
cial will be held on Wednesday,
Oct. 8th. at 9 p. m. until, at the
Sea Glades Pool and Cabana
Club, on 21st St.. Miami Beach.
Although there is nothing def-
inite as yet and many ideas have
been suggested, the best program
for the October 14th regular
meeting of the Lodge appears to
be a "Ask Your Rabbi" quiz. The
thought is to ask all the rabbis to
attend as our gue'.tsincidental-
ly, I believe they are all mem-
bersand they will conduct an
open forum. There are countless
questions that each of us have
had regarding stones in the Bi-
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services at Congregation Beth
Jacob Annex.
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VOLUME 14 NUMBER 40
SUCCOTH AND COLUMBUS DAY
After the solemn days of New Year and Yom Kippur, comes
the gladsome season of Succoth, capped by the most joyful day
in the Jewish Calendar, Simchath Torah. While the Jews this
month celebrate the Festival of Succoth or Tabernacles, they
will also join in the general celebration by all Amerians of
Columbus Day and it is a fact that, in addition to their partici-
pation in the celebration of Columbus Day as Americans, there
is also a special Jewish phase in that celebration.
It was in the Succoth season or, to be specific, on Hoshana
Rabba that Columbus first touched the land of the New World.
The part played by Jews in the adventure of Columbus has
frequently been told, but alas, not told enough. There were at
least seven Jews in the Columbus expedition of discovery.
There are those who make quite a plausible case for the con-
tention that Columbus too was a Jew. He seemed to be very
fidgety about answering questions concerning his parentage.
Even if we are to assume that he was not a Jew, most of his
leading associates, both in the project of discovery and his
friends, generally seemed to have been Jewish and the first
message of success of the voyage was sent by Columbus to a
Spanish Jew, who had been foremost in overcoming the ob-
jections of the Spanish court to the expedition.
Frequently, there has been talk in American Je/rish circles oi
erecting monuments to one or another prominent American Jew
of earlier times. It seems strange that no thought has been
given to the erection of a great stone monument or memorial
of some kind to the Jews who played so prominent a part in the
basic act of the discovery of America itself. The Jews played
a greater part in the business of discovering America than they
do in the motion picture business into which some of our
isolationist Senators are so busily inquiring.
THE Y. M.H.A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Efforts to enroll American ci-1 to file applications promptly at
vilians in the Civilian Technical | the nearest office of the State
Corps of Great Britain will be
speeded up through the appoint-
ment of regional directors for
Florida, Dr. Bowman F. Ashe.
president of the University of
Miami and Dean Charles R. Fos-
ter, of the same institution.
With headquarters in Miami
these officers will undertake to
stimulate interest in the CTC
throughout Florida and will en-
courage men who wish to enroll
Employment Service.
Any qualified citizen who has
had experience in the electrical
or mechanical field may enroll
for CTC service, and if his ap-
plication is accepted he will be
sent to England to work on the
servicing of military and civilian
defense equipment.
Men who are interested shoulc"
consult local State Employmen-
Offices immediately.
Mo 1 in Series of Articles > Safety Drlln In an Educational
Kinpaiin bTths SUM Department of Public Safety.
"Y" Offers Auditorium For
Exclusive Use of Home Defense
If vou want to see a good ex-
ample of good will between
Christians and Jews, then read
this item of what the Y. M. H. A.
is doing.
Through the special efforts of
the executive director, Maurice
Grossman, the Y. M. H. A. has
turned over its auditorium for
the exclusive use of the Home
Defense Council every Saturday
night from 9 to 12. On those
evenings the Home Defense
Council, through the various wo-
men's organizations of Greater
Miami, sponsors a dance for ser-
vice men exclusively. The young
ladies attending these dances are
chaperoned by these respective
organizations. A fourteen piece
band is supplied by the W. P. A.
and conducted by Walter Kitko
furnishes the music for dancing.
This is unique in the annals of
Miami history and we are the
first Jewish organization in this
area to initiate such a service.
Since the attendance at the
dance is practically non-Jewish,
we feel proud to render such a
service. It it one thing to talk
about good will and another thing
to practice it. The Y. M. H. A.
sets the example through action
and not by talk.
Ladies' Reception
On Tuesday evening. October
7, the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A.
will sponsor a reception for
young ladies at :ts auditorium.
This will be the beginning of the
formation of girls' clubs and will
be sponsored by group leaders.
All girls interested in attending,
please communicate with Mr.
Grossman, executive director, as
admission is by invitation only.
Immediately after the holidays,
there will be a supervisor of play
at the "Y" playground every af-
ternoon, Monday .lrough Friday,
from 3 to 5:30. In addition we
will have classes for beginners
in violin and piano. All persons
interested in the above projects
please communicate with Mr.
Grossman at the "Y" and register
your child or children for the
same.
Y Day
Mrs. Julius Jacobs, chairman,
is planning a unique affair for
the Y. W. H. A. on Wednesday.
October 15. Throughout that
day. morning, aftevnoon and eve-
ning, members of the Y and their
friends, in Greater Miami, are
giving, simultaneously, card and
mah jongg parties in their homes
for the benefit of the Y. Some
of the members are arranging to
have open house for other mem-
bers for whom games will be pro-
vided. Either luncheon or re-
freshments will be served at these
parties.
FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR
By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League
BERGSON REMAINED A JEW
BECAUSE OF ANTI-SEMITISM
STOP
WHILE
5CH00L BUSES
LOAD OR UNLOAD
CHILDREN
All motor vehicles are required, by law,
to come to a FULL STOP, not only, be-
fore passing a school bus, which is en-
caged In transporting school children
and has stopped, but are also required
to come to a FULL STOP when MEET-
ING a school bus. which has stopped,
while engaged in such purpose.
Black lettering on white, placed at In-
tervals of every five miles on School
Bus Routes as shown by placard on
left.
Vichy ( W N S )Prof. Henri
Bergson. famous French philos-
opher who died several months
ago. abandoned his plan to be-
come converted to Catholicism
and decided to remain a Jew
when he saw the rising tide of
anti-Semitism sweep over Eu-
rope, according to extracts from
his will which was published
here by his widow.
Prof. Bergson, though then ser-
iously ill. had insisted on re-
maining in line to register as a
Jew despite the fact that he had
been granted an exemption from
the anti-Jewish laws by the Vichy
Government. In his will, Prof.
Bergson wrote: "My thoughts
brought me more and more closer
to Catholicism, wherein I saw the
achievements of Judaism. I
would have become converted
had I not seen in preparation
for many years a formidable
wave of anti-Semitism which
was sweeping over the world. I
decided to remain among those
who could be persecuted."
The Old Order Passes
As communities throughout
America observe Jewish Educa-
tion Month from September 15th
to October 15th, Miami takes a
forward step in setting up a
committee to create a united Tal-
mud Torah system Such a
venture must have the coopera-
tion of all elements in the com-
munity Every rabbi or other
functionary in charge of a Jewish
school should lend his support. .
The time of the independent,
old-time cheder definitely is past.
Jewish education has made great
progress the last few years in
content and methodology .
In these days when the evidences
of faulty Jewish upbringing are
so clear in many of our youth, no
community can afford to drag
along with a medieval educa-
tional structure.
Perhaps the best defense
against the assualt upon the Jew
is the building of those spiritual
and moral defenses which re-
sult from proper Jewish educa-
tional influences.
Hats Off to ths Liberals!
The fate of America in the
present world crisis depends to
a considerable extent upon the
strength of its liberal elements
. We do not have the pleasure
of being acquainted with Dr.
John H. Sherman, president of
Webber College But our sa-
lute of the week goes to him for
his article in the Lake County
Citizen.
Dr. Sherman describes the
meeting of the America First
Committee in St. Louis recently
when "it threw off the last shred
of disguise (exxcept its mis-
leading name) as it presented
Gerald Nye to a howling mob"
. Comments Dr. Sherman.
"The crowd mob howled at every
slur upon American foreign poli-
cy, cheered references to demo-
cratic non-success His prin-
cipal effort of the evening was a
Hitleresque attack upon the
American Jew.
Dr. Sherman then reminds us
of what Hitler wrote in "Mein
Kampf"that the paralysis of
America preliminary to conquest
would easily be accomplished
through a propaganda campaign
of race hatred among us.
When the America First Com-
mittee first began its activities
in Miami we had the unpleasant
experience of attending two
meetings After listening to
the speakers, one of whom later
was exposed as a registered nazi
propagandist, we predicted that
the entire movement had a defi-
nite role to play in Adolfs cam-
paign to disrupt America. .
Sad to say. as the weeks passed,
our prediction has been fulfilled.
Nye's un-American appeal to
anti-Semitic sentiment is ex-
celled only by that Knight of the
German Eagle. Charles Augustus
Lindbergh Both follow the
pattern of Goebbels And un-
less liberals like Dr. Sherman,
who see the true light, rally to
defend the bulwarks of demo-
cracy, this country soon will be
in a sorry fix, with its internal
peace disrupted and its people
ready prey for the ideological in-
vasion of Hitler which already
has begun.
Goat Glands for Sals
Miami in the wintertime for
several years has been the happy
hunting ground of the goat gland
merchant. Brinjcley. who of late
has forsaken his sex rejuvena-
tion activities for the anti-Semi-
tic racket Interesting, then,
to observe that John Law is
catching up with Brinkley .
Facing charges of using the mails
to defraud, the gland vendor now
faces arrest in Kansas on a fug-
itive warrant.
Some conception of the volume
which blands netted Brinkley
may be deduced from the com-
plaint filed by the postal inspec-
tor It is alleged that the
"doc" gave "false and fraudulent
treatment"
Being but curious morals. we
wonder why Brinkley turned to
the anti-Semitic racket? n^
he think that it will pay even
greater dividends? ... Or does he
find it easier to inject the anti-
Semitic virus into the body poli.
tic than to implant goat glands.
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By Milton A. Friedman
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE J)
ble, various religious ceremonies,
holidays, etc. This will be an ex-
cellent opportunity for broaden-
ing our religious education in a
most interesting and novel man-
ner.
In the near future a member-
ship drive is planned. This year
the emphasis has not been placed
on the securing of new mem-
bers but rather on maintaining
the existing membership. The
drive will take place simultan-
eously with similar drives in ev-
ery Lodge in this District and
will mark the 75th anniversary
of this District. The new group
will be known as the Sidney J.
Stern class. Bro. Stem lives in
N. Carolina and is one of the
oldest and most active members
in the entire Order. As the plans
unfold I'll keep you posted
As I close this column with
Yom Kippur just about to be-
gin I am struck with the non-
sensical question of "Why does
the World Series always come
out on Yom Kippur?" Which goes
to show how distant we still are
from the realization of actual
world conditions and how close
they are to us. My hope for the
New Year is that ronditions will
so improve that every year we
can always thing about a world
Series instead of a Serious World.
New York (WNS) Mrs. F. D.
Roosevelt, in the first of a ne
series of 26 nation-wide radio
broadcasts, denounced certain
isolationist spokesmen who inject
religious and racial intolerance
into the war controversy, warn-
ing that "they will destroy im
nation which they profess
want to preserve" if they suc-
ceed. j
The president's wife reminded
isolationist leaders that "veV
made up of racial strains from
every part of the world and
allow people to practice' "SU
ever religion they wish. i
have built a nation around w
word 'democracy' and
melt away if certain of these
called leaders are acceptable w
any appropriate number
people." .j.
After referring to sincere
vocates of the America u
Committee who "are loath to i
up their dream of peace ana
Mrs. Roosevelt.^
realities,"
\jiuz tail iws'"- (M
idealists, but one cannot ions
those who for personal ana
fish reasons insist on being
and advocate a course *,nd
would destroy us as a nation
which seems to indorse tne v
ciples which hold sway in
nations because their i
consider them necessary w
tional life."


FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1941
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PAGE FIVE
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
HABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LAGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
ABRAHAM A. KKLI,NER. Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSKPH MALEK. Cantor
300 K. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-082S
TALMUD TORAH
1543 S. W. Third Street
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
Friday evening, October 3, 8:15
o'clock, sermon, "Give Ear O Ye
Heavens," delivered by Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman.
Sunday evening, October 5th,
8:15 o'clock; Monday morning
at 11:00 o'clock. Rabbi Zwitman
will preach on the Feast of Tab-
ernacles in his sermon on "The
Tabernacle of David."
Appreciative thanks are ex-
pressed to the High Holy Day
Usher Committee for their digni-
fied, decorous and respectful
maintenance of order in the au-
ditorium and at the overflow ser-
vice. The committee consisted
of Louis Zeientz, chairman; Hen-
ry Bulbin, Billy Homa, G. Louis
Mendelson, Myron M. Newman,
Frank A. Perlman, Herbert A.
Simon, Merton Simon, Harry V.
Simons, Harold B. Spaet, Myron
S. Zeientz.
The opening of the year with
a luncheon meeting has been an-
nounced by Mrs. Max Steuer,
president of the Sisterhood.
The occasion will feature a
most interesting program of mov-
ing pictures, brief addresses and
matters pertinent to Sisterhood
interests for the coming year.
The luncheon will begin at
12:30 Tuesday noon in Kaplan
Hall with the following commit-
tee in charge: Mrs. Sam Luby,
chairman, Mrs. Morris Plant
Mrs. Sam Zinkdw, Mrs. Frank A.
Perlman, Mrs. Herbert A. Simon
and Mrs. Harry Nevins.
Reservations at $1.00 per per-
son may be made by calling Mrs.
Jan Jacobs, 5-4206, or Mrs. Sam
Zinkow, 7-5902.
Ladies, please don't forget
your date with your Sisterhood
Tuesday noon, October 7th, in
Kaplan Hall. The committee, of-
ficers and membership of your
Sisterhood expect you, and will
be there to greet you. Please
come and bring your friends!
A most interesting Sisterhood
project is being planned for the
winter season in the form of a
bazaar to be held in our Temple,
with Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis as
chairman and Mrs. Jan Jacobs
as co-chairman. A meeting of
the committee will be held this
Friday, October 3 at 2:00 p. m.
at Mrs. Lewis' h.ome. You will
read more about this bazaar in
the future.
Uniongram chairman for the
Sisterhood for the ensuing year
is Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston.
Religious School News
The opening sessions of the
Religious School last Sunday,
September 28th, brought a rec-
ord enrollment to our Sunday
School. Close to 200 children
were registered on the first Sun-
day, with definite signs of in-
crease in subsequent sessions.
IN MEMORIAM
"May the Father of peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among' us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Nellie V.
Winer, wife of Abe Winer; Kate
Yubas, mother of Mrs. Ike Wol-
kowsky.
Yahrzeit: Lynn Raff, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Rose Raff and sis-
ter of N. Douglas Raff and Bert-
ram Raff; Joseph Hodes, father
of Stanley Hodes; Bernhardt
Miller, father of Harry A. Mil-
ler and David P. Miller.
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1565 Jeffergon Avenue
Office Phone5-5625
Miami Beach
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
Sukkos Festival
Sunday night, Oct. 5 will usher
in the pleasant Festival of Suk-
kas and a most cordial invitation
is extended to all of our people
to come and. celebrate with us
this happy Yom-tov. The lovely
congregational Sukkah will be
at the service of those who wish
to avail themselves of this oppor-
tunity. A committee of the La-
dies Auxiliary will serve kiddush
in the Sukkah after the services.
We are pleased to report that
due to the efforts of the rabbi
there will be quite a few new
Sukkas in our neighborhood and
the sanctity of this sacred festival
will thus be spread from the syn-
agogue to the homes of our peo-
ple. The congregation has also
provided Esrogim and all who
wish to have the Esrog sent to
their homes please make arrange-
ments with S. Geltner.
Schedule of Services
The Festival Services will com-
mence Sunday and Monday eve-
nings at 6 o'clock, and Monday
and Tuesday mornings at 9
o'clock. Cantor Malek assisted
by the congregational choir will
render the liturgical portions of
the service.
Sermon Schedule
Rabbi Kellner will preach on
the mornings of both festive days
at 10:30 o'clock and on the first
afternoon at 5 o'clock in Yid-
dish.
Annual Meeting
Tuesday night. October 7 will
be held our annual congregation-
al meeting for the purposes of
nomination. H. M. Drewich, our
president, will preside and render
his report of tickets sold and
High Holy Day arrangements.
The membership is warmly urged
to be present.
At Home
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner extend
a most cordial welcome to all
members of the congregation and
auxiliary and all of their friends
to join them in their beautiful
home Sukkah at any time during
the holiday season.
Thank You
We are pleased to express our
sincere appreciation to the child-
ren of I. Rosengorten for their
lovely gift of books and slichos
with which they presented the
synagogue.
Our grateful words of thanks
are conveyed to Max and Joe
Swartz for the splendid donation
of Siddurem with which they
presented our congregation.
It is with a deep sense of ap-
preciation that we thank Philip
Berkowitz for his thoughtful ges-
ture of presenting us for the
Holidays with a much needed gift
of skull caps.
Talmud Torah
The Talmud Torah classes are
open for registration and we urge
all Jewish children from the
neighborhood to register in He-
brew School without fail.
Sunday School
Registration for the Sunday
School session will be held in
conjunction with our great Suk-
kos party on Sunday afternoon,
October 12 at 2 o'clock.
Radio Hour
The weekly Jewish Radio Hour
will be conducted by Rabbi Reli-
nk SuW Oct. 5 at 4:30 p. m.
on Station WIOD and will speak
on Festive Joys. Cantor Malek
will conduct the musical pro-
gram.
Services Schedule
Daily Services________8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday .........._........------9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat__________5 P. M.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHE3. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21at Terrace
Succot Services
Sunday, October 5th, at 5:30
p. m. the opening Succot Services
will be held. They will be con-
ducted by Dr. Samuel Bension
assisted by Cantor Berle Kele-
mer. The subject of the sermon-
ette will be "Tenting To-Night."
Monday, October 6th the ser-
vices commence at 9 a. m. Dr.
Bension will speak at 10:30 a. m.
on the subject of "The Canopy
of Peace." On Tuesday, Octo-
ber 7th the services will be held
at the same time as on the pre-
ceding day. The subject of the
sermon will be "Simply Beauti-
ful."
Ersog and Lulav
The Center has with great ef-
fort succeeded in securing Esro-
gim from Palestine. All wor-
shippers are cordially invited to
avail themselves of the oppor-
tunity to observe the great an-
nual mitzva of the blessing over
the Esrog and Lulav at our ser-
vices. There is no charge and
both men and women are wel-
come.
The Congregational Sukah
In the spacious Center court-
yard a beautiful Sukah has been
constructed. The Sisterhood has
in the traditional manner lav-
ished loving attention on the in-
ner decorations and has provided
for Kiddush refreshments at the
conclusion of each service during
the entire Succot festival. The
Decorations Committee is com-
posed of Mrs. Irving Eastman,
chairman, and Mrs. Frumkes,
Mrs. Fishbein, and Mrs. Richard-
son. The refreshments commit-
tee includes Mrs. Pauline Rosen-
bluth, chairman, and Mrs. Simms,
Mrs. Golin, Mrs. Frumkes, Mrs.
Fishbein, and Mrs. S. Weiner.
Monster Succot Celebration
Preparations are being made to
accommodate a thousand child-
ren at the stupendous Succot
Celebration which will take place
Sunday, October 12th at 10:30
a. m. in the large auditorium of
the Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid
Avenue.
A radio program will be pre-
sented from the stage with start-
ling and brilliant numbers. New-
ly discovered talent never before
seen or heard in Greater Miami
will appear for the first time at
this Succot Celebration. There
will also be a number of artists
who are well known to the local
public.
Admission is free and every
child present will receive free
from the Sisterhood a gift of a
Simchat Torah flag and Succot
refreshments. The Sisterhood
committee includes Mrs. Berman,
chairman, and Mrs. Louis Levy,
Mrs. Nat Teller, Mrs. M. Brown,
Mrs. M. Marbach, Mrs. B. Fish-
bein. and Mrs. S. Winer.
To avoid overcrowding child-
ren are requested to obtain at the
Center office admission tickets
for themselves and their friends.
There is no charge for the tickets,
and holders will be given prefer-
ence in admission. Attorney
Harold Turk will act as master
of ceremonies.
School Registration
The Hebrew School classes are
already in session. Parents are
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HENRY MARBEIN, Cantor
Daily, Sabbath and Holy Day
Services
Shachriss daily at 8:00 a. m.;
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha daily at 5:45 p. m.; Fri-
day and Saturday at 5:30 p. m.
Maariv daily at 6:30 p. m.; Sat-
urday at 6:40 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday of
5:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach on "The Portion of the
Week."
Succoss
Succoss, the Feast of Taber-
nacles, will begin Sunday eve-
ning. October 5th. Rabbi Mesch-
eloff will preach Monday morn-
ing on the theme: "Hurricane
Proof." Tuesday morning he will
use as his sermon "Florida
Fruits." Cantor Mamches will
chant the services.
The Succah
Our synagogue Succah will be
open throughout the holidays to
all worshippers. Refreshments
will be served after all services.
All Hebrew school classes will
convene daily in the Succah for
festival refreshments and brief
programs.
The Succah is being decorated
by our sexton. Mr. Feit, with the
assistance of the Sisterhood and
the Habanoth. .^p.-***.
Religious School
Enrollment in the daily sessions
of our Hebrew School is increas-
ing daily. Registration of new
children takes place each week
day afternoon between the hours
of 3 and 7.
Faculty-Board Meeting
Our Religious School faculty
and our board of education will
meet with the rabbi this Sunday,
October 5 at 11 a. m. at the Tal-
mud Torah building to plan the
new year's school activities.____
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services-------------7:30 a.m.
Evening Services
Saturday morning
Sunday morning
Hebrew School, daily -
6:00 p.m.
8:30 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
.9-12 a.m.
Mrs. Louis Margulies Reporting for Beth
David Congregation and Sisterhood
Sunday School Registration
Registration for Sunday School
will take place this Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock. Parents
are requested to bring their child-
ren and register them at the be-
ginning of the semester. A very
competent teachers' class has
been organized to take care of
the classes of our Sunday school.
Names of the registered teachers
and their classes will be an-
nounced next week. .
Succos Celebration
A Festival of Tabernacles will
be ushered in at Beth David
Synagogue this Sunday evening
at 7:15 o'clock. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will conduct the services and
Cantor Marbein will chant the
liturgic melodies. Rabbi Shapiro
will speak in Yiddish and English
on the central theme on the im-
portance of the celebration. Im-
mediately after the services, the
Sisterhood, with Mrs. Hyman
Sootin as chairman and her com-
mittee, Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs.
Sam Dickson, Mrs. J. Englar, Mrs.
S. M. Goodman, Mrs. Ben Kandel,
Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld and Mrs.
Jean Seitlin will serve as host-
esses to the worshippers in the
large Succo adjoining the syna-
gogue. Appropriate holiday re-
freshments will be served. Ser-
vices will take place Monday and
Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock.
urged to enroll their children
without delay. Late registration
retards the progress of the whole
class. Every class meets twice
weekly, an hour and a half for
each session. Classes meet Mon-
days and Wednesdays and Tues-
days and Thursdays. The hours
are 3:15 to 4:45 and 4:45 to 6:15
p. m. There are classes for be-
ginners, intermediates, and ad-
vanced. Boys preparing for bar
mitzvah are given individual at-
tention. David Freedman, well
known Miami Hebrew teacher,
is the instructor. Appointments
may be arranged with Dr. Sam-
uel Bension, personally, for a 'dis-
cussion of any Jewish education-
al problem.
Sunday Religious School
A large number of boys and
girls have already enrolled in the
Sunday School, which will for-
mally open with the Grand Suc-
cot Celebration on Sunday, Oc-
tober 12th at 10:30 a. m. The reg-
ular sessions of the Religious
School will be every Sunday
morning from 10 to 12.
The program of the school in-
cludes not only instruction in
Jewish history, customs and cer-
emonies, and current events, but
also active projects such as dra-
matics, elocution, school govern-
ment, social service, journalism
and music. Confirmation and
post confirmation classes form a
part of the Religious School. At-
torney Joseph Berman is the
school superintendent. The fac-
ulty is composed of qualified
teachers some of whom have had
years of experience in the public
(CONTINUED ON PAGE >
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PAGE SIX
* Jen is* Flcr/dinn
FRIDAY. OCTOBER
3. 1941
LEADERS
ENCOURAGE JEWS
BROADCAST
Jerusalem (W N S)The bar-
riers which have separated Rus-
sian Jewry from Jewish commu-
nities throughout the world since
the Communist Revolution in So-
viet Russia 22 years ago. were
swept aside tor the first time
when Palestine's Jewish leaders
sent messages of encouragement
to the Jews of Russia over special
Jerusalem broadcast to Moscow.
The first Palestine broadcast to
Russia, in which Jewish leaders
of all shades of opinion partici-
pated, evoked considerable in-
terest in the Jewish community,
with theatres in Jerusalem. Tel
Aviv and Tiberias interrupting
their performances to permit au-
diences to hear the broadcast.
The broadcast marked the first
time also that Yiddish was heard
over the Palestine Broadcasting
Service since the addresses were
delivered in Hebrew. Russian and
Yiddish. Hitherto, all broadcasts
aimed at the Jewish population
were delivered in Hebrew.
Sounding the keynote of the
new spirit of amity were Chief
Rabbi Herzog. M. M. Ussishkin.
veteran Zionist leader and one of
the founders of Zionism in Czar-
ist Russia. Isaac Ben-Zvi, presi-
dent of the Jewish National
Council of Palestine, leader of
the Histadruth. Palestine's Jew-
ish labor federation.
Mr. Ussishkin. convalescing
from a recent operation, urged
Russian Jewry not to despair
"just as we do not despair." add-
ing that "the Jewish nation will
live forever and its future will
be safe." Mr. Ussishkins mes-
sage follows: "Dear brothers
and sisters in Soviet Russia!
Twenty-two years have passed
since I took leave of you. But
our intimate ties and mutual
hue and sympathy have not
changed. At the time when we
here were busy In upbuilding
our historical fatherland we did
not forget you for a single mo-
ment. We build for all parts of
our dispersed people, including
you.
"You are happy in one respect.
You are equal citizens. You live
in a country where there is full
equality without discrimination
with regard to race and religion,
and where the Jewish bent back
has grown straight. It is clear
to us that Hitler's victory means
the extermination of the Jewish
people, while Hitler's defeat
means the resurrection of our
people.
"Israel's history repeats itself.
We are certain that also from the
present catastrophe will come a
new hope for our people. There-
fore, don't despair just as we do
not despair. Thousands and tens
of thousands will fall, but the
Jewish nation will live forever
and its future will be safeone
people, one hope, one ideal, the
most human ideal, an ideal which
will be recognized by all nations,
your country included. We are
entering a new year. Let us hope
the coming year will take a turn
for the better for all. Shalom! '
Chief Rabbi Herzog said in his
message: "Don't be downhearted.
Rely on God of the world, of
truth, of justice. Let the New
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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COMPANY
1701 N. W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 3-1219
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
J. BARBASH &
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CARS FOR RENT
PARKING SERVICE
261 N. E. 1st Street
PHONE 28994
KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS AND TURKEYS
Compare Our Poultry and Pricesat
SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO.
317 N. W. Fifth Street
H. M. Kagan is On Duty Every Day Phone 2-3508
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR
JOHN S. BABER
Constable, Miami Beach
Phone 6 I911 6190 Pine Tree Drive
TN THESE UNUSUAL TIMES we invite you to
* inspect an unusual new carnew in its beauty,
its comfort, its choice of two fine 90 horsepower
engines. 6 cylinders or 8.
See it and you sense at once that here is new
style that will stay good for years. On a lower,
wider chassis, we hare designed new long, low,
wide and modern lines.
Interior treatment is entirely freslf, distinctire,
pleasing. The beauty of this Ford will more than
hold its own in any company.
Inside, the car is big wide across the seats,
generous in knee-room, leg room, elbow-room.
On the road this year you find the "new Ford
ride" soil further advanced in its softness, quiet-
ness, steadiness and all-round comfort.
At the wheeL you will find driving easier than ever;
Steering, gear-shifting, action of the big and sure
hydraulic brakes have all been made smoother
and easier.
In quality, the car is sound to the last detail.
Defense requirements have all been met without
a single reduction in the basic and lasting good-
ness of the Ford mechanically. Some new materials
have replaced old ones, usually at a greater cost
to us, but in every case the new is equal to or better
than the old.
If your family needs a new car, go see and drive
this Ford. For ubat it is today and for ubat it will
be through the years ahead, ue believe that you uill
find in it more and better transportation for your
mon~ than you have ever found be/ore.
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5,
schools and all of whom have re
ceived college training.
The final registration day for
all Sunday School classes is (V
tober 5th. The office is open
daily except Saturdays and holi-
days from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Sabbath Services
Friday, October 3rd at 530
p. m. Saturday, October 4th at
9 a. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will
speak at 10 a. m. on the subject
"What Makes a Jew Sing.'' At
5:30 p. m. the Oneg Shabbat
takes place. On the program are
refreshments, songs and discus-
sion of current Jewish news. All
are welcome.
Senior League Open Meeting
The Senior League of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center will
hold its first open meeting Sun-
day, October 12th at 3 p. m. at
the Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue.
Membership is open to all Jewish
young people, single or married,
from the age of 25. A Junior
League is being organized for
those between the ages of 18 and
25.
The following are the present
officers of the Senior League: Jo-
seph A. Berman, president; Mil-
ton Sirkin, vice president; Mir-
iam Sirkin. recording secretary;
Isabel Brenner, corresponding
secretary; Alexander Richardson,
treasurer. The board of gover-
nors consists of Frieda Bernstein,
Dr. Jack Falk, Murry Grossman,
Harold Vinson and Esther Wein-
kle. The publicity committee is
headed by Nancy Richardson.
Impressive exercises are be-
ing planned for the installation of
the newly elected officers and di-
rectors. The arrangements com-
mittee consists of Leo Robinson,
chairman; Dr. Milton Bernstein,
Mildred Falk, Nettie Lcfkowitz
and Harold Vinson.
The Senior League extends a
cordial invitation to all interested
to attend the open meeting and
will gladly accept applications
for membership.
Classes for Adults
Classes for adults are now be-
ing organized for Beginners He-
brew. Jewish literature, history,
customs and ceremonies. The
time will be arranged to suit the
convenience of the majority ol
the students. Mrs. Milton Sir-
Ikin heads the enrollment com-
mittee for the Hebrew classes and
Mrs. William Herrick Bernstein
tiie committee on Jewish cere-
monies and customs, lniorma-
tion will also gladly be given by
the Center office.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941
JEWISH LEADERS
ENCOURAGE JEWS
IN IIUIUST
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6)
Year bring victory for the Rus-
sian and British forces and peace
for the world based on freedom
and justice."
Mr. Ben Zvi, in behalf of the
Jewish National Council, said:
Russian Jewry was and re-
mained for us the cradle of Jew-
rys' liberation. You, brethren in
Moscow, recently proclaimed that
the Jewish people will not die,
but live. Our joyous reply is
that we will not die, but will
live; the enemy of mankind will
not overcome us.
"We follow with adoration the
Russian heroic struggle with the
invader and we are proud of
your participation in it, just as
we are proud of the tenthousand
Palestine Jews who are fighting
with other nations for world's
freedom. Through a sea of blood
and pain we are marching toward
victory."
Mr. Katznelson, representing
the Histadruth, said: "You are
doing your share, and we are
doing and will continue to do
our share at the front as well as
in the rear."
Others participating in the
broadcast, which was relayed to
Moscow via London, were Cha-
nah Rovina, popular actress of
the Habimah Theatre, and Saul
Tchernichovski, noted Hebrew
poet.
KEEP THE HOME
FIRES BURNING
By Kathleen O'Connell
PAGE SEVEN
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
WM. BORDEAUX
Ask Your Local
Delicatessen
For the Best

It Costs No Mora
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meat*
37th and Normal Ave. Chicago
F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
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predate an opportunity to assist you 1 ,,
with your printed form problems. P. O. Box 44/J
You'll find him well qualified to of- _rt_. r.R1rc -r
fer helpful suggestions, and eager to COHAL UABUta, r L.A.
furnish samples of any specific form ^ sheU}y Salesbook Co.
you wish.
HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN
*Sealed in Cellophane for your protection
PREFERRED BY THOUSANDSMAY WE SERVE YOU?
Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM
SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER
SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM
SOY ACIDOPHILUS
W Sincerely Believe That There
Is No Better Dairy Product Than
Currently the favorite topic of
conversation seems to be what to
do for the boys in camp. Not
much thought, though, has been
devoted to all the lonesome lasses
who have been left to shift for
themselves. Well, girls, this is
no time to let your spirits down.
With some of those extra hours
you have on your hands you can
write cheerful letters and polish
up on the fine art of cooking. An
occasional gift and a box of good
home-made cookies can span
great distances and remove the
chilly touch of absence.
Select a type of cookie that
will keep fresh in appearance and
flavor for several days, and of a
size and shape that will not
crumble easily. Be sure and
send plenty of cookies for the
boys "divvy" up on presents of
this kind.
Cookies which are cut into
squares or oblongs are easiest to
pack. The cookie bars can be
sent right in the pans in which
they are baked. (You can get
pans in the dime store.) A tin
box with a closely fitting cover
packs to test advantage. You
might save the cans your veg-
etable shortening is packed in.
To insure broken cookies, cut
wax paper into shreds and spread
as a cushion in the bottom of the
box. Cut wax paper to fit the
bottom and sides, leaving enough
to fold over the top of the box
after it is filled. A piece of thin
cardboard or several sheets of
wax paper should go between
the layers of cookies. Put the
round cookies on top with cross-
wise pieces of cardboard between
each row so they won't slide
around. Stuff any empty spaces
with crumpled bits of wax paper
and put a thick layer of shredded
waxed or tissue paper on top.
Wrap in heavy paper, print the
address plainly and mark fragile.
Be sure the package is tied firm-
ly as packages in an army camp
are not handled as gently as a
dozen of eggs.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby niven that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175.
Chapter No. 20933. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court. In and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wtt: ROYAL. SHOE
HOSPITAL. CLEANING & LAUN-
DRY, under which I am engaged In
business at number 219 West Flagler
Street. In the City of Miami. Florida.
That the party interested in said
business enterprise. Is as follows:
MAX I. SAMUELS
Dated at Miami. Dade County.
Florida. August 25, 1941.
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of A. O. TRANSFER, at 323 Colline
Ave., Miami Beach. Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ABE OREL
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
LOUIS MARCUS and ROSE MARCUS
are engaged In business under tne
fictitious name of BAY VIEW
APARTMENTS AND ANNEX at 828-
838 3rd St.. Miami Beach. Florida,
and Intend to register said fictitious
name in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS MARCUS
ROSE MARCUS
OWNERS
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RICHLAND SUNDRIES, at 2197
N. W. 36th St., Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ISIDOR RICHLAND
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of WONDER COTTON CENTER, at
229 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Florida.
Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
CHARLBS SCHECHTER
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FLORIDA WINDOW CLEANING
CO.. Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the C.rcuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
EL1X HINKES
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of WESS PAINT CO., Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MANNIE WESSON
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FEDERAL EXTERMINATING
CO.. intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade^ounty, Florida.
NORMAN D. JACOBS
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOME TOWN BAKERY at 1127 N.
E. 1st Ave.. Miami. Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BENJAMIN ROSENSTOCK
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of 6714 CLUB, intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
C. J. SPIKE
MRS. J. K. FINK
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DAVE'S MARKET, at 820 Alton
Road, Miami Beach. Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida._________
DAVID WASHER
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of l'ARKWAY PHARMACY, at 1299
8. W. 22nd St., Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register the said name with
the Cleric of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ___- ,__
EDWARD E. EHRLICH
Mill.I,IE EHRLICH
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Miami Truck Service
2250 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-0990
Season's Greetings
*
ACME TRANSFER &
BAGGAGE CO.
442 Collins Court
PHONE 5-3773
SEASONS GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS
*
H.H. LEWIN
REAL ESTATE
HALCYON ARCADE
PHONE 3-5373
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ida. LARRY FAY
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
10/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, de.-ilrlng to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
of THE TROPIC BAR at 233 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ^ UpowBKT
9/19-26 10/3-10-17 ______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LEMON CITY KEPT. STORE al-
so known as SCHINDLERS DEPT.
STORE, Intends to register the sail
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
LENA SCHINDLER
MILTON" A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneal under the fictitious name of
ASTOIt HOTEL intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
DAVID ROSNER
ELIZABETH ROSNER
Co-Owners
956 Washington Avenue
Miami B'ach. Florida
9/26 10/3-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CARRIB NOVELTY & IMPORTING
CO (not Inc.) intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court of D-'ApfR-"^.EGnELda-
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attornev for Applicant
9/26 10/3-10-17-21 _____
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STELLA'S BAR. at 323 West Flagler
St.. Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
FlOTlda- I. B. SEMCO
10/3-10-17-24-31 _______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ZISSEN'S BOWERY intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F!orlda' HYMAN ZISSEN
LOUIS ZISSEN
DOROTHY ZISSEN
SARAH ZISSEN
Co-Partners
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
10'3-10-17-24-31________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
14TH ST. BEACH CAFETERIA also
known as 14TII ST CAFETERIA and
BEACH CAFETERIA Intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1rlda- LARRY GILBERT
JACK GOLDSTEIN
Co-Partners
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant*
10/3-10-17-24-31 ^^^^^^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HI AN DRY TOURIST PARK, at Ha
N E. 71st St.. Miami. Florida. Intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ^^ ^^
LOUIS COMIS
MARSHALL H. COMIS
10/3-10-17-24-31 __________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
of RHODE VACUUM CLEANER
CO. (not Inc.). Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk or the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
MORRIS KLEINER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of UNITED KOSHER MARKET, n-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florlda^^ KAT_
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HANSON ROOFING & SHEET
METAL WORKS. Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida
BARNEY HANSON .
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
HTMaN' LAIBSON and TILLIE
LAIBSOX are engaged In business
under the fictitious name of LAIB-
SON COURT at 733 Michigan Ave..
Miami Beach. Florida, and Intend
to register said fictitious name in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HYMAN LAIBSON
TILLIE LAIBSON
OWNERS
OEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
9/19-26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fletjtlous name of
SCH1FFS DELICATESSEN A SD
MARKET, Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Or-
cui, Court of Dade County. Rorlda.
10/3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, now engaged and
desiring to engage in business under
the fictitious name of "SUZANNE
APARTMENTS" Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HERMAN B GROSSMAN
440 Fourteenth Street
Miami Baach. Florida.
9/19-26 10/3-10-17____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, now engaged and
desiring to engage in business under
the fictitious name of "LYNETTB,
APARTMENTS" Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
HERMAN B. GROSSMAN
1335 Drexel Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
9/19-26 10/3-10-17____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, now engaged and
desiring to engage In bu.s"V;??u,'J?
the fictitious name or BUKUBBo
APARTMENTS Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
lda- ESSIE BERGMAN
W. M. BERGMAN
9/19-26 10/3-10-17 '

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