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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 14No. 41
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
first Jewish Supreme Court DMIIIIIIi pmin
Justice, Louis D. Brandeis, Dies Ld
14 TO
IB YEARS OF AGE
FORCED LABOR
Washington (WNS)Louis
Dembitz Brandeis, first Jew ap-
pointed to the United States Su-
preme Court and one of the great
figures in the history of Ameri-
can Jewry, died at his home here
at the age of 84. The great lib-
eral jurist had been in a coma
for several hours before the end.
News of the passing of Mr.
Brandeis, one of the most rev-
ered members of the Supreme
Court from 1916 until his retire-
ment in 1939, came as a shock
to the entire counlry. President
Roosevelt immediately sent a
message of condolence to Mrs.
Brandeis, and their two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Elizabeth Brandeis
Rauschenbusch, of the faculty of
the University of Wisconsin, and
Mrs. Susan Brandeis Gilbert, a
judge in New York City. The
family announced that the fun-
eral would be private and that a
memorial service would be held
later.
Since his retirement from the
Supreme Court, Justice Brandeis
had devoted himself to the con-
sideration of Jewish problems
throughout the world. American
Jewish leaders, both Zionists and
non Zionists, had frequently
turned to the liberal jurist and
philosopher for advice on diffi-
cult Jewish questions. The Nazi
persecution of Jews in war-torn
Europe had deeply affected him,
his intimates said.
The opening session of the Su-
preme Court was adjourned in
memory of Justice Brandeis a
few minutes after it had opened.
Flags in front of the Supreme
Court building were lowered to
half mast. Members of the high-
est court in the land appeared
stunned by the news. Chief Jus-
tice Harlan Fiske Stone paid tri-
bute to the "tireless devotion to
the public good," of Justice Bran-
deis.
In 1939 when Justice Brandeis
announced his retirement from
the Supreme Court bench, Presi-
dent Roosevelt wrote to him:
"One must perforce accept the
inevitable. Ever since those
days long ago when you first
took your seat on the Supreme
Court bench I have come to think
of you as a necessary and very
permanent part of the court
and since 1933 as one who would
continue his fine service there
until long after I had left Wash-
ington.
"The country has needed you
through all these years, and I
hope you will realize, as all your
old friends do, hr.w unanimous
the nation has been in its grati-
tude.
"There is nothing I can do but
accede to your retirement. But
with this goes the knowledge
that our long association will
continue, and the hope that you
will be spared for many long
years to come to render addi-
tional services to mankind."
Former Chief Justice Charles
Evans Hughes paid the following
tribute to Justice Brandeis: "I
am profoundly grieved by the
passing of Justice Brandeis, my
friend of over 50 years. I worked
with him in the early days at the
bar and I deemed it a high privi-
lege to be associated with him in
the work of the court.
"He brought his wide experi-
ence and his extraordinary acu-
men to the service of the public
interest and In a judicial career
of the highest distinction left
his permanent impress upon our
national jurisdiction."
ARE SHIPPED ID
NAZI BROTHELS
Geneva (WNS)Young Jewish
women have been seized in the
streets of Rumanian cities and
shipped to military brothels
maintained by the Nazified Ru-
manian government of Premier
Ion Antonescue behind the front
Shocked Yishuv Pays Tribute
To Veteran Zionist Leader
Lisbon (WNS)Faced with a
rapidly-growing shortage of la- -
bor, Nazi authorities in occupied lnes in Bessarabia, it was re-
Poland have begun to register i ported here.
Jewish children between the ages I whl'e scores of Jewish girls
of 14 and 16 for service in com-' have been abducted while walk-
FEDERATION OF
CHURCHES BANS
pulsory labor camps, according
to reports received here. The
registration of Jewish youths has
already taken place in the War-
ing in the streets by Rumanian
police, many others have been
forcibly taken from their homes
and supposedly drafted for ser-
saw ghetto and will soon be ex- i vice in compulsory labor camps,
tended to ghettos throughout Po- As a result of the seizures, Jew-
land. [ ish women are afraid to leave
The report furnished a tragic; their homes since they cannot
sidelight on the conditions in | appeal to the police for protec-
which Warsaw Jews are existing.
Nazi officials complained bitterly
that at least two-fifths of all the
young Jews within the age limits
tion.
The Nazi High Command has
established a string of military
houses of prostitution behind the
had to be exempted because of | lines and has seized hundreds of
poor health.
The Nazi complaint assumes
tragic significance when it is
taken into consideration that the
Nazis will accept for compulsory
labor almost any Jew who can
stand on his feet. The physical:
condition of the younger Jewish
generation in Poland, existing on
Starvation rations since the Nazi |
occupation is frightening, the re-
port added.
young women, including many
Jewish girls, in all the occupied
countries. Many of the girl.;
were informed that they were
needed as nurses and agreed to
leave their homes voluntarily.
ARRANGES FOR
rTni?.r-iFIEE SHIPPING
SAYS ATTORNEY
Rochester (WNS)The Federa-
tion of Churches, in a statement
signed by noted local church
leaders, denounced anti-Semitic
propaganda in the United States
and voiced its determination "to
unite in combatting every ten-
dency to anti-Semitism."
"Divisiveness on religious or
racial grounds is a vicious menace
to American Democracy," the
statement said. "If one group be
made the target to attack today,
the same spirit of intolerance
may be visited on another group
tomorrow and the rights and li-
berties of every group thus be put
in jeopardy.
"Upon the occasion of the be-
ginning of the 5702nd New Year.
we would voice to our Jewish
friends and neighbors our ab-
horrence of any attack made up-
jon racial or religious grounds,
our determination to unite in
! combatting every tendency to an-
I ti-Semitism and our realization
of the special responsibility rest-
ing upon us who belong to the
strongest group numerically, to
be staunch advocates of the
rights of minorities, to the de-
fense of which we pledge our
best and unceasing efforts."
SIX SYNAGOGUES
Indianapolis (WNS )The
American people are oposed to
and resent the "recent bitter at-
tacks against the Jews." Attorney
General Francis Biddle declared
at a conference of the National
Association of Attorney Generals.
Mr. Biddle pointed out that the
indignant reaction of the Ameri-
can people to the recent anti-
Jewish attacks was an indication
that "such Nazi methods do not
find response in America, out-
side particular groups."
"Open, bitter attacks against
Jews," the Attorney General
said, "make it plain that alien
baiting has not been stamped out
entirely in this country, but most
of the rabid alien baiting organi-
zations have been curbed by wise
governmental action,
stressed that only a few states
have adopted laws discriminating
against foreigners while others
have taken steps to forbid class
or race discrimination.
Judge Louis E. Levinthal, pres-
ident of the Zionist Organization
of America, said in his message:
I find it difficult to express
what his loss means to the Zion-
ist movement. He was its sage
and mentor. He was the prophet
and statesman. He was the kind-
ly guide and friend. Zionists the
world over will rededicate them-
selves at this moment to carry
on his ideals and his name shall
forever remain a source of hope
and determination."
New York (WNS)The British .
War Relief Society Inc., through
the British Ministry of War
Transport, has provided free
shipping for all future war emer- j
gency food, medical supplies,
linen and clothing to be sent by ;
Hadassah, the women's Zionist
Organization of America, to its i
hospitals, child welfare and so-
Cial service institutions in the
Holy Land, Mrs. Samuel W. Hal-
prin, Palestine chairman of the j
group, announced here.
Arrangements were madej
through J. C. Lindsay, manager-
of shipping for the British War
Relief Society, Inc., and Mrs. Da-
vid Amram. Hadassah's represen-
tative, to aid Hadassah to con-
tinue its cooperation with British
and Jewish medical authorities
in Palestine where the organiza-
tion now conducts a nationwide
program of war emergency health
work "for the benefit of the val-
iant fighting civilian population.
The first consignment to go
under the new arrangement will
leave shortly on an American
Export Line steamer. It will
weigh approximately six tons and
include sugar drugs, hospital
linens, sweaters and other outer
garments, x-ray tubes and surgi-
cal instruments.
A memorial meeting for the
late Justice Louis D. Brandeis
and Menachim UssUhkin will
be sponsored by the Zionist
Council and Y. M. H. A. *
Greater Miami and will be
held en BeMeur Day Sunday
evening. Norember 2nd. Full
details will be given at a later
date.
Bf TERRORISTS
Vichy (WNS)A new outbreak
of anti-Jewish terrorism in the
Nazi-occupied zone of France un-
less police authorities there make
a determined effort to stamp out
the pro-Nazi hooligans was feared
in Jewish circles here following
the destruction by bombs of six
synagogues in Paris. An attempt
to bomb a seventh synagogue was
thwarted when the bomb was dis-
covered and the fuse removed.
Several days after the bomb-
ings, apparently perpetrated by a
well-organized gang of anti-Jew-
ish terrorists, the police remained
silent, stating merely that an in-
vestigation was continuing. Two
persons were injured when the
bombs exploded, leaving only the
walls of the synagogue standing.
Among the synagogues demo-
lished were the temple on Rue de
la Victoire, seat of the Jewish
Consistory of France, and the
Sephardic synagogue in Rue
Notre Dame de Nazareth, where
the remains of James Rothschild,
a founder of the House of Roths-
child, were interred. The other
synagogues were on the streets:
Tournelles, Montepan, Copernic
and Pavee.
Advices reaching here stated
that Paris is seething with anti-
Jewish activity, inspired by the
violent Jew-baiter Jacques Dor-
iot. Recent bombings of syna-
gogues in Marseilles and Vichy
were traced to youthful members
of Doriot's anti-Semitic party.
Jerusalem (WNS) Saddened
by the loss of one of the Zionist
movement's greatest leaders, the
Palestine Jewish community
united in paying final tribute to
Menaham Mendel Ussishkin,
president of the Jewish National
Fund, who died here at the age
of 78.
Mr. Ussishkin, who predicted
two weeks ago in a precedent-
shattering radio broadcast to the
Jews of Soviet Russia that "the
Jewish nation will live forever
and its future will be safe," was
buried in "Nikanor's Cave" in
the grounds of the Hebrew Uni-
versity on Mount Scopus, in ac-
cordance with his own request.
Thousands of Jews, many of
them weeping, lined the streets
of Jerusalem as the funeral pro-
cession, headed by Palestine Gov-
ernment officials, representatives
of foreign governments and Pal-
estine Jewish leaders, made its
way through the streets of the
historic city. Schools were closed
and all Jewish activity was sus-
pended during the funeral, prob-
ably the most impressive in the
history of modern Palestine.
Jewish school children preced-
ed the procession, followed by the
pall bearers, who were selected
from the surviving members of
the first World Zionist Congress
members of the Jewish Agency
and representatives of the Vaad
Leumi. The Zionist leader's fam-
ily followed the pall bearers.
The procession proceeded up
Ussishkin Street and halted mo-
mentarily at the synagogue where
the Russian-born Zionist head
used to worship. Another stop
was made at the Jewish National
Fund building and then the pro-
cession moved slowly to Mount
Scopus.
"Nikanor's Cave," uncovered
ten years ago during excavations
by Prof. Sukenik. dates back to
the time of the Second Temple.
According to legend, the Roman
legions started their attack on Je-
rusalem from this spot.
Mr. Ussishkin left two messages
in sealed envelopes, one marked
"To be opened at my death," the
other, "To be opened seven days
after my death." The first note
contained instructions about the
funeral and asked that no eulo-
gies be delivered and that no
flowers cover the casket. In his
last request, Mr. Ussishkin asked
that the Jewish blue-white flag
cover his casket and that only
"Kaddish" and "El Mole Rachim"
be recited at the burial cere-
many.
Mr. Ussishkin remained con-
cerned with the developments af-
fecting the Jewish people every-
where up to the last minutes of
his life. Chief Rabbi Isaac Her-
zog visited the Zionist leader a
few hours before his death and
discussed the latest Palestine sit-
uation. Immediately after the
Chief Rabbi's departure, Mr. Us-
sishkin became weaker and died
a few minutes after Dr. Rokach
arrived.
When Dr. Rokach entered the
room, Mr. Ussishkin turned to
him and said: "Zehu Hasof." (This
is the end). Five minutes later
the great Zionist leader had died.
Despite his weakened condition
resulting from a recent operation
which he underwent in the Ha-
dassah Rothschild University
hospital in Jerusalem, Mr. Us-
sishkin remained active in Zion-
ist affairs and insisted in partic-
ipating in last week's Jerusalem
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)


PAGE TWO
+Jeistncridian
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
10. 1941
Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
PERSONALS
ORGANIZATIONS
H. Spivack and Harry Decky
left for a short business trip to
New York.

I. Rosengarten left Saturday
for a ten-day combined business
and pleasure trip to New York
City.

Dr. Alfred Augustme has re-
turned to his home here after
spending a month in North Caro-
lina.

Mr and Mrs Harry Ehrlieh and
daughter. Ruth, of Stroudsburg.
Pa. are at present visiting in Mi-
ami. They will make their home
here.

Miss Miriam Bluestone. ar-
rived frc.T. New York Saturday
and will be the house guest of
r.er aunt and uncie. Mr. and Mrs
M. Miller.

Miss Rosalind Friedman left
Wednesday for New York where
she will be maid of honor at the
wedding of her cousin. Miss Rose
Gc!dberg. On her trip she will
make stops, visiting with friends
a: Charlotte N. C Baltimore.
Md.. and Chicago.
ANNIVERSARIES
Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Gard-
ner of Miami Beach celebrated
their 25th wedding anniversary
..".:; week. They were the recip-
ienta of many congratulatory'
tings.
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs Dan B. Ruskin,
announce the Bar Mitzvah cele-.
bration c: their son. Lloyd Leon;
Ruskin. which will be held at.
Temple Israel of Miami on Fri-,
day evening. October 10th. at
8 15 p. m. A reception in honor1
of their son will be tendered by I
Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin in Kaplan;
Hall, following the services.
The Freda Markowitz Ladies
Auxiliary of tne Jewish War
Veterans No. 174. will hold their
| regular meeting at the Beth Da-
' vid synagogue. October 13th at
8 p.m.

Due to the Simchat Torah holi-
1 day on Tuesday. October 14th.
! Mrs. Ida Buckstein. president of
[the Ladies Auxiliary'- Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
has announced the next regular
meeting will take place. Wed-
nesday afternoon. October 15th at
2 o'clock at the new synagogue.

Iota Chi Sorority will hold a
rush party in the form of a Col-
umbus Day tea Sunday. October
12th from 3 to 5 p. m. at the
home of Miss Lois Riesner. 1867
S W. :3th street. Rushees are
Sara August. Phyllis Bloom.
Gloria Berry. Evelyn Keane. Na-
irn: Miller. Claire Malbin and
Sally Manteli.

Dr. F. A. Chasan. New York
Psychologist, will give the sec-
ond lecture, on Reason and Emo-
tion in the Scheme of Life, before
the Spinoza Forum, this Satur-
day afternoon. 3 30 p. m.. at 11th
street, between Collins avenue
and Ocean drive. Miami Beach.
General discussion will follow
the lecture. Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son will preside at the session.

Dade Business and Professional
Women's Club, commemorating
the 14th Annual Business Wo-
men's Week proclaimed by the
President, held a "Bring Your
Boss'' luncheon Wednesday at
the Seven Seas Restaurant. An
elaborate program was presented
and many prominent officials at-
tended. Mrs. Rose Ehrlieh pre-
sented a plaque to the Mayor of
Miami. C. H. Rec-der.

The Sigma Phi Kappa Sorority-
held their first rush tea at the
Crescent Hotel. Saturday. Miss
Carol Bauer, president gave the
welcoming address. Those in
Season's Greetings
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Rushes invited to the candle
light services are Charlotte
Black. Thelma Berger. Barbara
Berger. Connie Eisenstein. Clara
Bolotin. Rosyln Miller. Harriet
Feinberg and Sandy Ephrim.
These rushees will become
pledges after the services.
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Mrs. Julius Jacobs is serving as
chairman of "Y Day."' a unique
affair of the Young Women's
Hebrew Association which will
be held on Wednesday. October
15th. Throughout the day. morn-
ing, afternoon and evening, mem-
bers of the Y and their friends
in Greater Miami are Sponsoring
simultaneously card and mah
>ongg parties in their homes for
the benefit of the organization.
Luncheons, refreshments and op-
en house gatherings are on the
day's program. A desire to par-
ticipate in the event can be ful-
filled by calling 2-4471.
A partial list of hostesses and
their addresses for the event in-
clude. Miami: Mrs. M. Lavine.
2117 S. W, 5th St.: Miss Irene
Cohen. 18 N. W. 5th St.: Mrs. M.
Sager. 2026 S. W. 14th Ter.: Mrs.
A. Edelman. 2354 S. W. 21st St.:
Mrs. A. Burger. 1234 S. W. 4th
St.: Mrs. R. H. Frank. 1978 N. W.
22nd Ct.; Mrs. Frank Rose. 3671
S W. 12th St.: Mrs. A. E. Wolfe.
2248 S. W. 25th St.: Mrs. Bernard
Sedon. 520 S. W. 26th Rd.; Mrs.
Louis Pallot. 1652 N. W. 1st St.:
Mrs. Alex Suberman. 514 S. W.
26th Rd.: Mrs. Herman Bloom.
1540 S. W. 14th Ter.: Mrs. Sam
Silberman. 1937 N. W. 6th St.:
Mrs. William Friedman. Mrs.
Milton Friedman. 1431 N. W. 2nd
St. And from Miami Beach:
Mrs. B. Marbach, 1308 Pennsyl-
vania Ave.; Mrs. Rose Vitsky. 737
Jefferson Ave.: Mrs. J. Schiff.
1250 Lincoln Rd.; Mrs. Max
Bergman. 726 Jefferson Ave.
Mrs. J. Schaffer. Mrs. M. Lev-
inson and Mrs. H. Hacker will en-'
tertain together with open house
at the home of the latter. 1481
N. W. 7th Street.
B R I S I M
An event of last Sunday was
the wedding of Suzanne Benezra.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Benezra. and Jack Aboulafia. son
I of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Aboulafia.
which took place at the bride's
home, 800 N. W. 44th street with
Rabbi Max Shapiro performing
the ceremony. The bride and
groom were given in marriage
by their parents. Attendants
were Mary and Betty Aboulafia.
Isaac Levy, uncle of the groom,
was best man. After honey-
mooning in Cuba the couple will
reside in West Palm Beach where
Mr. Aboulafia is stationed at
Morrison Field
The bris of Howard Elliott
son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Canto '
took place Wednesdav at fa?
son Memorial Hospital with Rev"
J. Malek officiating.
e
Rev. J Malek officiated at the
bris of Harvey Roy. son of Mr
and Mrs. I. Meltzer, which took
place at St Francis Hospital this
week.
BIRTHS
Moscow (WNS)The position
of the Soviet government with
regard to freedom of religion was
clarified in an official statement
issued here by S. A. Lozovsky.
the Soviet Union's spokesman.
"There is freedom of worship
in the U. S. S. R.," Mr. Lozovsky
said. "This means any Soviet cit-
izen may adhere to any religion
which is a matter for the con-
science of each citizen. Religion
is a private affair for the Soviet
citizen in which the State does
not interfere and considers it un-
necessary to interfere.
The Constitution of the U. S.
S. R. is based on the following:
Freedom to worship any religion
assumes that religion, church or
congregation will not be utilized
for overthrow of the existing
regime recognized in the country.
The policy of the U. S. S. R. to-
ward religious questions is stated
briefly and clearly in Article 124
of the Soviet Constitution, which
says: In order to insure citizens
freedom of conscience the church
is separated from the State and
the school from the church." Free-
dom to perform religious rites
and freedom of anti-religious
propaganda is recognized for all
citizens."
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler of
844 N. W. 64th street announce
the birth of a daughter. Barbara
Estelle on Sunday. September
14th at St. Francis Hospital.
SAMUEL ELFMAN DIES AT
AGE OF 104 OR 107 YEARS
i____________
Philadelphia (W N Si Samuel
Elfman. Russian-born Jew who
had never been ill or attended by
a doctor until overtaken by old
age last month, died here at the
age of 104 or 107. Mr. Elfman.
who came to the United States
54 years ago from Russia where
he was a postmaster, couldn't
recall his exact age
Mr. Elfman is survived by 10
children, 46 grandchildren and 33
great grandchildren.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1941
KING'S..2^^
KOMMENTS SHI
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Well off he could be
And well off he should be
If only he could learn
And be able to discern
His position and place
Not a right-about-face
Politics is not his Tine
Knowing this he would be fine
But troublehe makes it double
By his meddlesome wayand to him
This is all that we can say
Individuals may come and go
But Miami goes on forever.
*Aw'sl<> fkrtWctn
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
PAGE THREE
Strange to many but not to
King is the fact that items Kom-
mented upon seem to fit many
places and personages. King
would not classify all of this as-
suming under the heading of
"guilty consciences" but prob-
lems of organizations ostensibly
are the same and the individuals
in its makeup likewise. The de-
plorable Komment is the lack of
proper and capable leadership.
The gents furnisher on the
Beach will hare to have his
story jibe with that of the refu-
gee with whom he had his dif-
ficulty before he will be given
a clean bill of health and
in any event there will be no
excuse for the use of fists on
the third party.
Many have wondered why King
is doing so little Kommenting.
The answer The boss won't
allow the space not that
there is not sufficient to Kom-
ment on and about.
Some members of the bar
would do well to particularly
look into certain portions of
Rule 27, Code of Ethics, Ameri-
can Bar Association ... es-
pecially after the recent flurry
. which has just begun.
The next regular meeting of
the Miami Unit of Junior Hadas-
sah will be held on Monday eve-
ning, October 13th at the Hotel
Netherland, Miami Beach. Plans
for the Formal Opening will be
given as well as plans for the
Thanksgiving Formal.
A delegate will be elected to
represent the Miami Unit at
Junior Hadassah's National Con-
vention to be held in Boston
next month.
A program will be presented.
BRITISH OFFICIALS
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Washington (W N S)Charges
made by a witness testifying be-
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vestigating alleged war propa-
ganda in Hollywood motion pic-
tures to the effect that the Brit-
ish Purchasing Commission in
the United States refuses to hire
Jews brought forth quick denials
from British officials here.
"It has never been the policy
of the British Purchasing Com-
mission, or of the other British
missions in the United States to
discriminate against any appli-
cant for employment on religious
grounds," a spokesman for the
British Supply Council said.
British officials supported their
contention by citing the fact that
a number of Jewish clerks had
been engaged by the Purchasing
Commission.
The issue attracted wide at-
tention when an official of the
Social Security Board here said
that the restriction "for Gentiles
only" had been placed on of-
ficial employment blanks for
Americans seeking employment
with the British purchasing mis-
sion. British officials issued a
statement declaring that they had
never asked the Social Security
Board to question job applicants
about their religion.
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October being the first month
of the Jewisn New Year has
started off in big style.
On Tuesday night, at the Y. M.
H. A. in Miami, promptly at 8:30
the October meeting of Sholem
Lodge will be opened. The of-
ficers of the Lodge have at all
times endeavored to give the
members interesting programs at
DENY eacn meeting, this one promises
to be amongst the best. The
Rabbinical Association will take
charge of the entire program.
Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus
of Temple Israel, will give a 15
minute address to put the au-
dience in the proper frame of
mind. After this all the rabbis
in the Rabbinical Assoc. will sit
as a board of experts similar to
the "Information Please" broad-
casts and will answer all ques-
tions thrown at them by the au-
dience. During this open forum
you can ask the rabbis any ques-
tions that may have bothered
you with regard to the Bible, re-
ligion, holidays, etc. The pro-
gram promises to be novel, in-
teresting, and highly educational.
Let's turn out en masse and let
the rabbis see how many of
their congregants belong to
B'nai B'rith.
Many times one uses superla-
tives in describing something in
order to get other people inter-
ested in that thing. That is what
I did concerning the social affair
for October. But now that it is
over I realize that I understated
what would take place. Be-
tween four and five hundred of
our members and their guests
crowded the Sea Glades Cabana
Club Wednesday night to enjoy
one of the outstanding socials
in our history.
What made this affair stand
out I believe unquestionably can
be attributed to the %entertain-
ment. At about 9:15 the ama-
teur swimming contests were held
participated in by our members.
Promptly at 10 p. m. the Miami
Beach Life Guards under the
leadership of Capt. Ernie Wiese
put on exhibitions that will leave
lasting impressions on all who
were present. For about one and
one half hours these good looking
husky guards put on a show
which included speed races, res-
cue race, novelty races, comedy
diving and fancy diving.
The Lodge publicly expresses
its most sincere thanks to Capt.
5 JEWS EXECUTED IN WAVE
OF ANTI-JEWISH TERRORISM
Geneva (WNS)Five Jews, two
of them leaders of the Jewish
community, were ordered exe-
cuted by Nazi authorities in the
Czech Protectorate as Nazi of-
ficials pressed their campaign to
stem the tide of mounting anti-
Nazi revolt by attributing acts of
sabotage to the terrified Jewish
population, it was reported here.
The two Jewish leaders shot
by Nazi firing squads were Geo.
Fischer and Lei Schwartz. The
three other Jews, hanged by
Nazi officials, were not identified.
All of them were accused of in-
stigating anti-Nazi disturbances
and engaging in Communist ac-
tivities.
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VOLUME 14 NUMBER 41
THE PASSING OF LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
AND MENAHEM USSISHKIN
All Jewry will mourn the loss of two of its greatest figures,
Menahem M. Ussishkin and Louis Dembitz Brandeis.
The passing away of Louis Dembitz Brandeis will be
mourned as a loss to American liberal thought, as the loss of
a man who fought a lifetime for justice and who died never
forsaking his democratic ideals.
Deeply immersed as he was in the affairs of his nation, he
never forgot the problems of his own race Active for 22 years
as one of the Supreme Court's most brilliant jurists, he never
lost contact with the Zionist movement. Zionist leaders looked
to him for guidance in many troubled times and he never with-
held what help he could give.
In 1914 he had assumed leadership of the Zionist movement
in the U. S. as chairman of the Zionist Provisional Committee.
He was directly concerned with the issuance of the Balfour
Declaration. What more can be said of him than that he used
his clear mind, his love of justice, his brilliance, to serve his
people and his country superbly?
With the death of Menahem Ussishkin, Zionism lost a power-
ful guardian and leader. For nearly a whole generation he
guided and shaped the program of Palestine Land Redemption.
Wherever developments effected the Jewish people, M. Ussish-
kin was concerned even up to the last few moments of his life.
Shortly before hs death in a message to the Jewish communities
throughout the world, he declared "that the Jewish nation will
live forever and its future will be safe."
In this last message Ussishkin sounded the meaning and
purpose of his life, a life which he dedicated to his people.
Their passing will be deeply felt. But their legacies which
remain will prove examples of inspiration and courage to
those who are left behind.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
A series of Public Forums,
modeled after the Town Hall of
the Air, will commence at the
"Y" on Tuesday evening. Octo-
ber 21st. and will be held the
first and third Tuesdays there-
after during the season. Maurice i
Grossman announces that some .
of the outstanding leaders in the j
community will address this
group. The series will be opened ;
by Frank Malone, well-known ra-
dio commentator whose topic
will be:
a. "Once again as in the faith-
ful days of 1917. the United
States has pledged to aid Great
Britain. What are the issues at
stake?
b. "How can this nation use
its power to preserve social and
economic democracy here and
abroad?
It is planned to have a short
talk on the subject for about
twenty minutes after which time
the matter will be discussed by
the audience. All persons in-
terested are invited to attend.
Other forum meetings are as
follows:
Tuesday, November 4, Hon.
Ernest R. Graham, State Senator
will discuss, "Do the Legislatures
of the various states pass too
many laws? Are not the present
laws on the statute books ade-
quate to cope with the present
day crises?"
Tuesday, November 18th, Hon.
Louis Hammel will discuss,
"What can the public do to assist
the authorities in enforcing the
criminal laws? Are present cri-
minal laws adequate to cope with
the existing crime situation?"
Once more we urge everyone
to attend these Forums. They
will be interesting, educational
and entertaining. There is no
charge. Just another public ser-
vice by the Y. M. H. A.
Mrs. Max Shapiro to Review
Book on October 29th
Mrs. Max Shapiro will give
the first book review of the sea-
son of the Book of the Month
Club of the Y. W. H. A. on Wed-
nesday evening. October 29th, at
the "Y" Clubrooms. Mrs. Sha-
piro has chosen a book of special
interest at this time called, "The
Great Hatred" by Maurice Sam-
uels. Mrs. J. Belov, chairman,
extends a cordial invitation to
members and friends to attend
this interesting book review on
Wednesday, October 29th.
New Girls' Group Organised
At a meeting held at the Y. M.
H. A. on Tuesday evening, two
girls' groups were organized, one
a girls' group from the ages of 16
through 18 and the other from 19
years and up. Maurice Gross-
man, in opening the meeting, an-
nounced that the purpose of these
new groups is to participate in a
program that is not given by
any other Jewish organization in
the city and urged those belong-
ing to other organizations to join
these groups for a well-rounded
program. Mr. Grossman then an-
nounced that the program will
consist of the followings projects:
Athletics, of which Mrs. Albert
G. Reisman is sponsor; Cultural
and Educational, sponsored by
Mrs. Maurice Grossman and Mrs.
Morris Sager; and Music Appre-
ciation, Drama and the Dance,
sponsored by Mrs. Gertrude
Friedman.
The first project will take
place next Tuesday evening when
the first class in calisthenics will
be held for these new groups.
Much credit is due to BUM
Shirley Rothschild and Miss Mil-
dred Berkowitz for the excellent
manner in preparing for this
meeting. They were assisted by
Miss Ethel Pont and Miss Mar-
garet Horowitz. Murry Gross"
man, president of the "Y" and
Al Rosenfeld, a member of the
Board of Directors and member
of the Junior Activities Commit-
tee were guest speakers. Musi-
cal selections were given by Miss
Naomi Brooks, accompanied by
Mr. McCready. A dramatic re-
cital was given by Miss Patricia
Auerback. Dramatic director of
the Home Camp.
Supervised Play at the "Y"
Beginning Wednesday after-
noon at 3 o'clock, there will be
supervised play for children of
all ages at the Y. M. H. A.
grounds. Through the courtesy
of the W. P. A., the "Y" has ob-
tained the services of John Hoff-
man who was with the Home
Camp the past two summers and
Edgar T. Copp. a trained physi-
cal instructor. Messrs. Hoffman
and Copp will be at the "Y" daily
Monday through Friday and will
supervise and instruct the chil-
dren who will be here. Parents
are requested to send their chil-
dren here. There will be a pro-
gram similar to that given at the
Home Camp. There is no charge
for this service. Just a public
service that the "Y" offers to the
community.
W. P. A. Selects "Y" as Workshop
Through the efforts of our
executive director. Maurice
Grossman, the Recreation Divi-
sion of the W. P. A. has selected
to have a workshop at the "Y"
wherein reed instruments will be
made. A room has been assigned
by Mr. Grossman and a group of
people attend daily at the "Y"
making use of this project. An-
other "Y" service.
New Groups to be Formed at Y
Two boys' groups from the
ages of 16 to 18 and 19 to 23 will
be formed at the "Y" by the
executive director. The first
meeting will take place on Mon-
day. October 20th. All boys be-
tween those ages, please com-
municate with Mr. Grossman.
More details next week.
Y-Ettes
Mrs. Al Reisman announces
that the first Fall session of the
Y-Ettes will take place at the "Y"
gymnasium an Saturday evening.
October 18th. All girls between
the ages of 13 and 15 are urged
to come to this meeting. More-
details in the next issue.
Former President of Junior "Y"
Made Corporal
Word has pust been received
that Leroy Feldman, past presi-
dent of the Junior division of the
Y. M. H. A. has received his
Corporals Stripes in the Medical
Corps at Camp Lee, Virginia.
Out of an enrollment of 40.000
enlisted men. 20 were appointed
Corporals and Leroy among
them.
We are very proud of you, boy.
Hope you receive your Lieuten-
ant's Bars very shortly.
RUSS RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
HOPE OF U. S. GOVERNMENT
Washington ( W N S ) The
United States Government, who,
through W. Averell Harriman,
head of the United States dele-
gation to the Soviet-British-
American aid conference in
Washington, has been exerting
its influence to insure religious
freedom in Soviet Russia it was
implied by President Roosevelt
at a press conference here.
Whether the President would
demand a forthright statement
from the Soviet Union with re-
gard to freedom of religion in
return for continued American
aid to the Soviet war machine
was not made clear although the
President did say that Mr. Harri-
man and the American Ambas-
sador to Moscow had been in-
structed to discuss the question
of religious freedom with Soviet
leaders. The President would not
comment on the negotiations un-
til he receives a report on the dis-
cussions now taking place.
FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR
By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League
The Ominous Voice
"We shall not land troops .
Our weapons are not visible ones
It will be a simple matter
for me to produce unrest and re-
volts in the United States so that
these gentry will have their
hands full with their own affairs
We shall soon have storm
troopers in America."
This is what Hitler writes in
Mein Kampf."
That it is no idle boast cer-
tainly is seen in the unrest and
open activity in Latin and South
America, as well as in the recent
spy trials in New York.
But what of Miami? ... It, too,
has its share of storm troopers,
some of whom grow bolder day
by day Sometimes they for-
get that this is still democratic
America, as they look toward the
day when they may "produce un-
rest and revolts" openly in the
United States.
In one of our public parks
the other day a strange, yet fa-
miliar scene took place .It
was strange only because of its
locale, familiar because we have
read so much about it in Ger-
many ... A family group of Ger-
man-Americans sat down to a
picnic lunch They spread
their viands on the ground .
But before starting to eat, just
as a pious individual might say
grace before a meal, the oldest
member of the group, an elderly
man, arose solemnly, stretched
out his hand in the Nazi salute
and shouted, "Heil Hitler" .
Then he sat down to eat.
All of this took place without
regard to who might be in the
immediate vicinity ... So brazen
and cocksure have these agents
of the Reich become.
Shortly thereafter occurred a
similar episode, this time also in
a public place ... A car drove
up to a restaurant in a populous
neighborhood The driver
stopped, alighted from his auto
and yelled in a loud voice to j
man on the porch of the eatinj
place, "Heil Hitler" -^
greeting was reciprocated .
This incident has happened time
and again in the same place so it
cannot be laughed off as some-
one's imagination working over-
time.
The ominous voice of "Mein
Kampf rings in our ears
We must awake to its full por-
tent.
Cuba Acts
Several years ago the anti-de-
famation committee of the local
lodge was concerned about the
publication of a vicious anti-
Semitic sheet in Cuba For-
tunately, the Cuban government
was quick to act and things did
not get out of hand That this
did not mean the end of Nazi
agitation, however, is evident
from the latest developments
which also have a reassuring
note.
A Cuban court has sentenced
the Havana Nazi fuehrer to six
months in prison on a charge of
distributing anti-Semitic leaflets
and promoting anti-Jewish feel-
ing An interesting feature
of the case is the precedent es-
tablished for future action .
Cuba, like the United States, has
no laws outlawing subversive
propaganda, so the court held
anti-Semitic propaganda as
harmful to Cuba as that against
negroes to which existing legis-
lation did apply.
In this prompt action. Cuba
perhaps is one step ahead of the
United States Very few of
our states so far have deemed it
advisable to enact laws prohibit-
ing the circulation of subversive
literature The experience here
in Florida, where the state legis-
lature failed to pass a bill on the
subject, is typical Neverthe-
less, we venture the prediction
that the time may yet come when
such legislation will be the ac-
cepted thing.
pays tribute to
ziiusueideh
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broadcast to the Jews of the Sov-
iet. He was greatly affected by
the broadcast, since it was the
first time in 22 years, when he
left Russia, that he had spoken
to his brother Jews in Russia.
"Do not despair," he urged Rus-
sian Jewry.
Mr. Ussishkin was born in
Dubrovna, Russia in 1863. He
spent his youth in Mascow and
received his engineering degree
there in 1889. The following
year he organized the Odessa
Committee, advocates of the
Chevevei Zion movement in the
settlement of Jews as farmers in
Palestine.
He joined the political Zionist
movement, founded by Dr. Theo-
dore Herzl, but was at first an
opponent of Dr. Herzl's policies.
Mr. Ussishkin raised the initial
fund which helped establish the
Hebrew University. He was one
of the Zionist delegates to the
Paris Peace Conference and in
1920 was appointed chief of the
Zionist Commission in Palestine.
As president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, he devoted his
whole life to the redemption of
Palestine through agricultural
colonization.
Mr. Ussishkin made many
friends in the United States and
Canada when he conducted a tour
of these countries in 1921. He
was a vigorous opponent of the
British proposal, offered in 1937.
to establish a Jewish state
through the partition of Pales-
tine. He said that a Jewish state
must embrace all the territory
from "Dan to Beer-Sheba."
SIMON SDR
OF THE Z. 0.
Washington (W N S)-Judge
Loius E. Levinthal, president o
the Zionist Organization
America announced the appom'"
ment of Simon Shetzer, notea
Zionist and communal leader o
Detroit, as executive director
the organization. He succeed*
Rabbi Isadore Breslau, ot W"
ington, D. C. .
The new executive director-tf
the Z. O. A, although a com
paratively young man, has a w
record of public servicein
Zionist movement, in tne
of social service and ""^
Born in Detroit, Michigani on
January 16th, 1900 Mr. Shrt*
graduated from the University
Michigan in 1921, and in l
ceived his L. L. B. at the Hang
University Law Schoolv
father, Isaac Shetzer, is a veien"-
in the Zionist movement.
Taking an active interest m*
Zionist movement since nille
youth, Mr. Shetzer has won n.
tional recognition for his *<"
strative abilities.



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-125
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaQoroe Drive
Miami Beach
Phone S-17S8
*Jtafoft Ihrtihfl
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
_________-------------------------
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ole every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
urnblems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to eay. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Congregational
Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation.Hillel.
Regular Friday evening ser-
vices will be held at the Temple
on Friday evening, Oct. 10 at
8:15 o'clock and will be conduct-
ed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
The musical service will be ren-
dered by the Temple Israel
choir and the bar mitzvah of
Lloyd Leon Ruskin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin will be
celebrated at the service. A re-
ception honoring the bar mitzvah
will be tendered by his parents
after the services. Members of
the congregation and friends of
the family in our community are
cordially invited to attend.
Sukkoth services for the clos-
ing of the Festival will be held
on Sunday evening, Oct. 12 at
8:15 o'clock. The closing day of
the Festival will be combined
with a Torah Festival in which
grandparents, parents and child-
ren will participate. The proces-
sions of the Torah of old and
young are symbols of a great her-
itage and a noble tradition. The
Temple Sukkah, originally con-
structed by G. Louis Mendelson,
was adorned this year with its
festive symbols by Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer.
Sukkoth memorial services will
be held on Monday morning,
Oct. 13, at 11 o'clock. Rabbi
Zwitman will preach on the sub-
ject "Mortal Man and His Im-
mortal Spirit."
Religious School
"Even more important than the
rebuilding of the Temple in Je-
rusalem is the teaching of child-
ren."Talmud.
Religious school classes at the
Temple will be held on Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock. The staff
of the Temple Israel Religious
school includes Mrs. Leona Levin,
Miss Dorothy Lightman, Mrs. L.
Bornstein, Mrs. I. L. Seligman,
Mrs. Louis Letaw, Miss Edythe
Hollender, Miss Mildred Rand,
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, Miss Sarah
Lightman, Miss Shirley Kris-
wirth, Miss Molly Solloway, Mrs.
Sadie Weinberg and Louis Born-
stein. Chairman of the Religious
school board is Mrs. Morris Plant,
with Mrs. Harry N :vins in charge
of school texts and Mrs. Gordon
Davis secretary of the Religious
school.
A celebration observed in our
Temple for several years will
feature Torah processions of the
young on the eve of the Sukkoth
Festival Sunday evening at 8:15
o'clock. A Sisterhood reception
with festive delicacies will fol-
low the services. Parents are
urged to bring their children.
Sisterhood
"A woman who feareth the
Lord, she is to be praised,"
Proverbs.
The inaugural luncheon of the
Sisterhood year took place in
Kaplan Hall on Tuesday, Octo-
ber 7th with Mrs. J. Gerald Lew-
is, first vice-president of the Sis-
terhood conducting the Sukkoth
festivities. Rabbi Zwitman spoke
on the subject "Timely Interests
and Eternal Values."
The committee for the meeting
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor
800 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachria _______7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon________8:00 a. m.
Mincha_____________5:30 p.m.
Maarir---------------------0:00 p. m
Friday----------5 15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service------.....8:30 a.m.
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Office Phone5-5625
Miami Beach
Serrices Schedule
Daily Services-----------8 A. M.
Evening Services_____6 P. M.
Saturday____________9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat_________5 P. M.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2283 8. W. 21at Terrace
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With Heartfelt Gratitude
The frightful forebodings which
the recent hurricane scare
brought to us on Sukkos Eve
were relieved completely when
our community by the grace of
God, was spared the ravages
that accompany these tropical
disturbances. May it be the will
of the Almighty that our mira-
culous deliverance may be a sym-
bol for our country and our
people that we all will be spared
the ravages of the worldwide
disturbances that shake the very
foundations of human society.
On this Sukkos season when we
Jews celebrate Thanksgivings
for the harvest of blessings we
include grateful thanks to God
for this recent deliverance as
well.
Shabbos Choi Hamoed
The Sabbath of the Intermed-
iate Days will be observed with
services commencing Friday at
5:30 p. m. and Saturday morn-
ing at 9 a. m. Rabbi Kellner
will speak in the Sukka during
the Sholos Seudas. The tradi-
tional Hashona Rabbo Eve vigil
will be observed Saturday night
in the new synagogue. Services
on Sunday morning Hashona
Rabbo will commence at 8 a. m.
Sukkos Party
The great annual Sukkos Party
for the children of the Talmud
Torah and Sunday School will
be celebrated on Sunday after-
noon, October 12th at 2 p. m.
Registration for the new school
term will be conducted and a
most cordial invitation is ex-
tended to all children in the
neighborhood. Rabbi Kellner
will briefly address the gather-
ing and Cantor Malek will head
the children in group singing.
The committee in charge of pre-
parations consist of Mrs. Ida
Buckstein, president; Mrs. Max
Jacobskind, chairman; Mrs. Mor-
ris Bear, treasurer; and ex-vice
president, Mrs. Nat Blumberg.
Shmini Atzereth
The Eighth Day of the Festival
will be observed on the 13th of
October with services commenc-
ing in the morning at 9 a. m.
Rabbi Kellner will preach at
10:30 on "Smiling Through and
Yiskor Services will continue at
10:45 a. m.
Simchas Torah
Monday night, October 13th
will usher in the time honored
observance of the Festival of the
Law with appropriate ceremonies
and celebrations. Between Min-
cha and the Maanv Services Rab-
bi Kellner will speak on the
Siyum Hatorah and in conjunc-
tion with this celebration the
conclusion of the Talmudic Trac-
tate of Sukkos and will invite
the congregants to join him in
the Hadron. Maariv Services
will commence at 7 p. m. fol-
lowed by the Torah procession
n which all the children will
participate with flags and ban-
ners. Cantor Malek will lead
the children in group singing
Sd refreshments to both young
and old will be provided by com-
mittees from both_the congrega-
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Sabbath Choi Hamoed
On Saturday, October 11, Sab-
bath Choi Hamoed Succot, the
services will begin at 9 a. m.
Dr. Samuel Bension will speak
on "VanityFair and Unfair."
The Oneg Sabbath takes place
at 5:30 p. m. Refreshments are
served. Zimirot and Palestine
melodies are sung and a round
table discussion led by Dr. Ben-
sion will take place on the sub-
ject of "The Jewish Center and
the Community."
Shemini Azeret
Shemini Azeret services will
begin on Sunday, October 12th
at 5:30 p. m. On Monday, Octo-
ber 13th the services begin at 9
a. m. Yizkor, memorial services
at 10:30 a. m. Dr. Bension will
speak on "Temporary Shelters
and Permanent Abodes."
Simchat Torah Celebration
Simchat Torah services will be-
gin at 6 p. m. on Monday, Octo->
ber 13th. Parents are urged to
bring the children. The services
are especially planned to make a
lasting and pleasant impression
on the minds of the youngsters.
There will be spirited community
singing of the Simchat Torah
melodies and the children will
participate in the procession with
the Holy Scrolls. Dr. Samuel
Bension will deliver an inspiring
sermonette on "The Mystery of
the Hidden Treasure." The pub-
lic generally is cordially invited
to attend.
Children's Succot Celebration
The Religious School of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
open with a gala Succot Celebra-
tion on Sunday, October 12th at
10:30 a. m. An attractive pro-
gram of games, a Succot play,
songs, dances, declamations and
tableaux has been arranged. In-
dications are that this will be the
largest children's affair ever
ever staged in Greater Miami.
Every child attending will re-
ceive through the courtesy of
the Sisterhood a gilt of candy and
a Simchat Torah flag which will
be used in the procession with
the Torahs on Monday evening
at the Simchat Torah services.
The program and general ar-
rangements are in charge of the
Senior League of the Center.
Admission is free and all are wel-
come.
Yom Kippur Appeal
In response to Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion's appeal at the Yom Kippur
services $15,000 were contributed
to the Jewish Center Building
Fund. The Rabbi, officers and
directors express their sincere
appreciation of this generous and
magnificent expression of confi-
dence in and support of the Jew-
ish Center endeavor and pledge
their wholehearted efforts to
complete the building with all its
facilities as soon as possible. A
complete list of donors and
amounts will be published in the
Jewish Floridian. All those who
have donated are requested to
write or visit personally the Cen-
ter office and verify if the amount
on our record is correct to avoid
regrettable mistakes.
Memorial Tablet
A beautiful bronze memorial
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Cengrecatloo)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HENRY MARBEIN, Cantor
Synagogue Serrices
Shachriss daily at 8:00 a. m.,
Saturday and holidays at 9:00 a.
m.; Junior Congregation Satur-
day and holidays at 9:00 a. m. in
the synagogue annex.
Mincha daily at 5:30 p. m.
Maariv daily at 6:15 p. m., Sat-
urday at 6:30 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at
5:40 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "A Holiday of Joy."
Holiday Serrices
Holiday services will be held
Sunday and Monday evening, and
Monday and Tuesday morning.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach be-
fore Yizkor, Memorial services,
Monday morning. His subject
will be "The Eternal Cycle."
Cantor Mamches will chant at
all services.
Simchass Torah
The celebration of the complet-
ing and beginning of the reading
of the Torah will take place the
last day of our Holiday. Refresh-
ments and flags will be served to
all children attending the eve-
ning and morning services
through the courtesy of our con-
gregation and sisterhood. Re-
freshments will be served to all
adults after the Tuesday morn-
ing service.
School Registration
Registration of all children for
Sunday morning sessions takes
place this Sunday at 10 a. m. in
the Talmud Torah building. Chil-
dren will be assigned to their
classes and rooms and have their
first meeting with their respect-
ive teachers.
We urge every parent of chil-
dren between the ages of 5 and
17 to insist on the registration
of that child this Sunday morn-
ing.
Board and Faculty Meeting
Our board of education and
faculty will meet after the open-
ing Sunday morning session for
an important meeting in the of-
fice.
At our last board meeting plans
were suggested for the organiza-
tion of a P. T. A. This and other
matters then presented will be
acted upon at this meeting.
Habonoth Meet
Our Miami Beach Habanoth
will open this season's activities
with an affair to be held in our
synagogue succah this Sunday at
2 p. m. All girls between the
ages of 12 and 15 are invited to
come and join the Habonoth
ranks.
In addition to group songs,
games and refreshments the fol-
lowing will present a Habanoth
program: Joyce Wolff, Carolyn
Tannen, Louise Raphael, Char-
lotte Frank, Miriam Cohen, Jud-
ith Saal, Evelyn Kornan. A. L.
Mechlowitz will serve as M. C.
for the affair. Rabbi Mescheloff
will be guest speaker. Cantor
Mamches will lead the singing.
Misrachi Notes
The men and women divisions
of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will
hold their first joint meeting of
the season Saturday night, Octo-
ber 18th, at the Beth Jacob syn-
agogue, at 8:30 o'clock.
An elaborate program is being
prepared. Refreshments will be
served. Everyone is invited to
attend this opening affair.
School Induction Ceremony
The Beth Jacob Religious
School will conduct its second
annual induction ceremony in
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Permanent Calendar
Daily Services------------7:30 a.m.
Evening Services_____6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning_____8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning........___ 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily9-12 a.m.
Mn. Louis Mtrgulits Re+ortina for Bttk
David Congregation and Sisterhood
Succot
The concluding days of Succos
will be ushered in Sunday eve-
ning at sundown. "Yiscor" or
"Memorial Services" will take
place Monday morning at 9:30.
Preceding this service, Rabbi
Max Shapiro will preach on the
subject, "MemorialFor Whom?"
Cantor Henry Marbein will chant
the liturgic melodies.
"Simchas Torah," or the Re-
joicing Over the Law," will take
place Monday evening at 7:30.
Parents are asked to bring their
children with them during this
most joyous celebration at which
time the Sisterhood will serve
refreshments to all the worship-
pers. Preceeding the "Hakofos"
the Rabbi will speak briefly on
the subject, "The Law of Moses
Is It Our Law'".
We are indeed grateful to Mrs.
Hyman Sootin and her commit-
tee, for the remarkable work in
decorating such a splendid large
Succo. May the Almighty grant
these women strength and bles-
sings to continue such fine "Mitz-
vos."
Sunday School
Close to 150 children registered
at Sunday School this past Sun-
day morning, indicating an ap-
proximate registration of about
250 for this year. It is most
gratifying to note that the greater
percent of the students are chil-
dren of members of Beth David.
We are indeed appreciative of the
interest shown by new parents
who have affiliated with our Con-
gregation in recent weeks.
We expect over 200 children to
participate in our Succos celebra-
tion this Sunday morning at 10
o'clock. We again stress the
fact that parents must bring their
children for registration and
bring them on time. Hyman
Sootin, chairman of our Religious
School and his committee, Milton
Friedman and Robert Krentzman
will be in the office and be happy
to give all information to parents.
Hebrew School
The new curriculum for the
Fall semester will start next
Wednesday afternoon, October
15th at 3:15. This new curricu-
lum has been arranged to meet
the requirements of every child.
Should you have any problems
relative to distance or instruc-
tions please communicate with
the Rabbi.
To Resume Red Cross Classes
Mrs. Isadore Fine, president of
the Sisterhood wishes to an-
nounce that the sewing, knitting
and crocheting classes for the
American Red Cross which have
been temporarily discontinued on
account of the holidays, will be
resumed Thursday morning, Oc-
tober 16th at Beth David audi-
torium.
We wish to stress the import-
ance of doing your share for our
country, and urge all ladies to
give a little of their time to this
great cause, by joining with us
every Tuesday and Thursday
from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. For
information, please contact the
office 2-1473.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1941
TO BE
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Americans with trade or tech-
nical experience will be urged to
volunteer for service in England
in an enlistment drive just start-
ed, according to Murray Mitchell,
American adviser to the Civilian
Technical Corps, in an announce-
men made today.
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was started two months ago,
through the mail, and more re-
cently through regional volun-
teer offices," declared Mr. Mitch-
ell.
The Civilian Technical Corps
is engaged in a program of re-
cruiting American workers in
technical occupations for work
in England as paid members of
a non-combatant body of civilian
craftsmen enrolled on a volun-
tary basis by the British Govern-
ment to maintain and repair tech-
nical equipment used by naval,
military and air forces. These
men will be released to return
to the United States whenever
we need them for our own de-
fense. Local draft boards may
defer enrolees in the C. T. C. to
class 2B.
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C. T. C, men may obtain infor-
mation and application blanks
immediately by contacting the
nearest office of the Florida State
Employment Office. Applications
will also be received at the state
C. T. C. office at the University
of Miami.
I. D. C. SENDS EMMISARY
TO AID NEW IMMIGRANTS
New York (WNS)To help re-
fugees from Nazism who have
emigrated to South American
countries achieve economic in-
dependence, and become useful
residents of their new homelands,
the Joint Distribution Committee
has sent a member of its over-
seas staff there to cooperate with
local leaders in the establishment
of credit cooperatives and free
loan banks, it was announced
here by Alexander A. Landesco,
chairman of the organization's
Committee on Reconstruction.
Noel Aronovici, who has been
associated with the J. D. C. since
1919, left last Saturday for a
trip of eight to ten months' dura-
tion through South America. He
will travel first to Ecuador and
later will visit Peru, Brazil, Bol-
ivia, Chile, Uruguay and Argen-
tina. Mr. Aronovici's main task
will be to help communities set
up credit cooperative societies
and free loan banks, or "kassas,"
for service to refugees.
provide a credit and banking
structure for immigrants who
would in no other way be able
to obtain inexpensive credit for
their economic activities. Small
businessmen, artisans and farm-
ers will thus be supplied with
working capital to start new en-
terprises and improve their ec-
onomic position in the countries
of their adoption. It is expected
that this program will contri-
bute to the upbuilding of the
Latin American economy and
that the refugees will be enabled
to play a role in developing the
vast untapped resources of the
Latin countries. This, in turn,
it is hoped, will serve to prevent
or allay any friction in the ad-
justment of the new settlers.
Similar results were achieved
during the 1920's and 1930's in
Eastern Europe, notably Poland
and Rumania, where a chain of
credit cooperative societies was
established to aid inthepost-war
reconstruction of European Jews.
The J. D. C.| in partnership with
the Jewish Colonization Assoc-
iation, founded the American
Joint Reconstruction Foundation,
which contributed greatly to the
economic upbuilding of the
of the stricken and harassed
Jewish populations of Eastern
Europe through loans to coopera-
tive enterprises, long-term agri-
cultural credits and other forms
of financial assistance. The
Foundation later made available
loan funds to aid Jewish refugees
from Germany to become estab-
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute," Houae Bill No. 1175.
Chapter No. 20953. 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-wlt: ROYAL. SHOE
HOSPITAL.. CLEANING & LAUN-
DRY, under which I am engaged in
business at number 229 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 that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of A. O. TRANSFER, at 325 Collins
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
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
LOUIS SILVERMAN Is engaged in
business under the fictitious name of
ELBE APARTMENTS at 657 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, Dade County.
Florida, and Intends to register said
fictitious name In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LOUIS 9ILVERMAN
OEOROE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
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CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS
MRS. J. T. McKERNAN, Owner
PHONE 6055 813 East Washington ORLANDO, FLA.
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JIM BURDEN
TAX ASSESSOR
Orange County
ORLANDO. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THE SINCLAIR
E. W. EARNHART
AGENT
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
COMMERCIAL SIGNS
HIGHWAY BULLETINS
W I LD WO O D
Sign Company
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
PHILLIP D. WILDE. Manager
503 W. Robinson Phone 3722
BEST WISHES
For A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
C. M. GAY
Clerk Circuit Court
ORANGE COUNTY
ORLANDO FLORIDA
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. G. DUCKWORTH
Justice of the Peace
Orange County
ORLANDO, FLA.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOU MARKS
SIGNS
Any Kind Any Where
Schsol Stage Scenery
PHONE 6272
Rear 22 E. Church St.
ORLANDO. FLA.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
EARLE ROBERTS
Signs
436 So. Hughey Ph. 6630
ORLANDO, FLA.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ATLANTIC BEER & ALE
ATLANTIC CO.
Orlando
Florida
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag*
in business under the fictitious name
of ELEANOR'S; and. GORDON'S, in-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SIMON WOLFF
HERMAN GORDON
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of I.KVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES
intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
LOUIS LEVINSON
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
if JERSEY FOOD CENTER, at 441
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida.,
intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ALEX KAGIN
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TED'S BARBER SHOP, at 220 W.
Flagler St., Miami. Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
C. L. "TED" NAILLING
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious nam4
of LEEDS, at 104 N. Miami Ave,
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the,
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
J. RABIN
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOWELL APTS.. intend to re-
gister the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
W. C. DAVIS
JOHN ALLEN JONES
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of UNITED AUTO ELECTRICAL
SERVICE, at 2202 W. Flagler St.. Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HERMAN GLANTZ
10/10-17-21-31 11/7
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the Fictitious
Name Statute. House Hill No. 1175.
Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida. 1941.
will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, in and for Dade County.
Florida, the fictitious name, to-wit:
MIAMI MEAT PACKERS. under
which we are engaged in business at
W. 22nd St. and Red Road, in the
city of Hlaleah, Florida.
That the parties interested in said
business enterprise are as Ifoilows:
WILLIAM KASOFSKY
NATHAN FINKEL
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
Attorney for Applicants
10/10-17-24-31 H/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of VICTOR'S NEW YORK BARBER
SHOP, at 431 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami.
Florida, Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
VICTOR ESKENAZI
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
R. W. BROWN cS CO.
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS
Southern Florida
Fertilizer Company
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertilizer
GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds. Florida
Phone: Homestead 5-4461
Offices: South Miami, Fla.
PHONE 4-3375


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*>AGE EIGHT
+Jen 1st Heritor
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10,
1941
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
LOUIS SILVERMAN -- engaged in
. em ier the fictitious ii-it c-f
f::.VE PAINT 00 IBM inc-i eat K4
._.rj Ave. Miarr.i Beaci. Dade
County. Florid* Bad 2*i West frnKm*
St Miami. Dad* Csaesety. Florada. ard
rr. tends to register said fliUiieia>
name .a the Office of the C5rk of the
Circuit Court of Dad* Ommvcr, FW-
LOUIS STLVERMAN
GEORGE CHERTK >
l -- .> for a;; .estnt
i ::-:>- :; :-.<_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTlTlOLS
NAME LAW
T VTHOM IT MAT CONCERN-
- .s hereby gfrea that the
go*1 punaanl tc the J*
_> Nam* Statute n* 1 ><
Chapter N : Laws of
la 1M1 .. r*flstr wit* the
[ Uh Srcuil -' u
:.'. County. Florida .;:-. r*-
- ; -. f of the ; -: "*' '.
--. -. the I nan- r '. -
w.t NORTHWEST FCRNTTI
:>":" ;.::S I *- *"i
engage it : -- eeu at
rest 7- .;' iih Street, in the
v.a- PI nda.
That th* party interested ir. aaii
: .- r --- r Iowa
a KR NENFELD
Dated at "' Dad* C
a. Sept. 1 til :.-".
( .-_-. :-. -17
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the ar.derwigr.ed. NMMj to the "Fie-
titscas Nir* Statute. House BIB No.
.::: Chaster No 2*il. Laws of Flor-
I lii. ;j4. wi : reepetea- w.-_h trie Cerk
joe the O.-:.M 3nart. and for Dade
.-- Fiorsda, the factitious narn*.
S MONUMENT CO.
ur.ier ::i I am er^-aged i-ua-r.eae
, ia the City of Miami. Florida.
That : party interested ;n eaid
: .! news r:-rrr-.se. -s aa foGowe
EM.CtEL GORDON
, DAVE FRANK
, A-. ey for Applicant
If ::-:.'-:* l* J-:
LEGAL NOTICES
N TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
re _-d*--s^r.ed. deea.-iag to engage
- : sataeas ur>der the fictitious name
of SMITTTS DAT NIGHT GAR-
AGE a: 125 N W ^t C-;-... M^a-j.
:- r ia, intends u rrjt.- the said
aa w th the C.e-* of the
': w-mon
SILVER A KAPLAN
AttorSH a; ;.:-.-1
..-..-:' I :-:?
N rTICE IS HERE1 V GIVBN that
-.-- r*e :r.
----,-;'---' -
DANZIGEP. APARTMENTS al
' Are., V t-.. Beach,
-c --- the eaid
name srlti the Sera I
u -.; F- r.da
LILLIAN DANZIGER
S ~ HEREBT OIVKK thai |s HEREBT GIVEN that
et rare m ... _. .. -. .. ;--.--.* to --. la
: ji -.. it name .....--.. _, r^me of
a LB1 N H TEL a) 1M Jaasea Are ROTAL APTS it '.- Ave
Be* ':'-- lead 1 rectater j,. ^- Beach rVrtda, Intel U -*-
--- ^ -. -i.-r- -..-. -- .-.r the a --. :-e Clerk of
...
Coon .. I
De-ie Coant] Plor-
m::._ n sirkin
a lex an: r.y. .-:rk:n
reuit Conn of Dad* County.
Ma
MRS TIIJJE UPf'WSKT
MP- M'.RISS LIPOWSKT
' *i |: :-: -::-:4
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the -r.dersiTi*d. oursuant to the
VlUuna MaJ Statute. House
Bill No. IIT*. Chapter VA'-i. Laws ol
F.or-.d*. ..'4:. wlU rectater with tn
Clerk of ult Court, and for
Dade C --;.. Florida, the "fj1.1^
aa-T.e. to-wlt: 90LESTA MLLAS.
under which we are enaaed in busi-
r.eee at Number H4 Lenox Avenue, in
tfea Ciqr -f Miami Beach. Florida.
That UM t*r.ie ir.tereeted in said
busicea* enterprise are as follows:
E :. G'.'Li'MAN
ESTELLE GOLDMAN
JOSEPH A BERMAN
Atl --- ;.- ApP-icaits
l-ll-M I l-ll___________,
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICB IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the ur,der*:gred. de*:r:n; to enxage
:r. hustr.eas under the fletlUoaa name
of M\MI BE.*0H PHUTO SCPPL1
at 'l Col ins Ave. and C!l Washing-
-. a-.. Miami Bea -. Forida. in-
reaister the said name with
I -he Circuit Oeorl '-
L-ade County. F.jnda
.. M,.RTv GCTTLIEB
U-i*-t< : :-.
S TICB 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
_;.--.-. ---- to enaaae In
. under tltloua name of
. HC-TEL intend to register
the **:; anM wit* the Clerk of the
.-. ot L-ade County. Flor-
hta,
DAVID ROSNER
ELIZABETH ROSNER
- 'wnert
yj< Washinctoo Avenue
Miami B.-^^r.. Fkrlda
j ; : .--24
NOTICB IS HEREBT GrVEJ* that
the undersigned, desiring to engaxe
in business under_the f^titlous name
of LAND O- SCN DAIRIES, at 1.51
Coral Way. Miami. Florida. Intend to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F!rid*' ELWELL W. PEARCE
JOSEPHINE B. PEARCE
t/lt-l-H 10/l-lt ______
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of LANCE APTS .ntend to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
JACOB ROTSTEIN
BESSIE ROTSTEIN
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicanu
/I9-2( 10/J-lO-lT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LOUIS CREDIT STORE, at >44 N.
- i Ave.. Miami. Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
MARTT MILSTEIK
LOUIS SHAFF
< :2-:--:c 10 j-:o
S T1CB IS HEREBT GIVEN thit NOTICB IS HEP.EBT GIVES that
-. andssalaaod. desiring to er.gage :.-. oaderslcned, deatrlag lo erocage :n
- t _:-.ess u-wier the ....; r.an is name of
of JAT"8 MEN- EH Bteods 10 TALKS DELICATESSEN, intend to
register the sai name w.th the '.'.erk register the said name with the
rcuit O -- of Dade Coonty. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
HERMAN B RA UN STEIN
INETT P.OTH
Atl rnej tor A] oilcant
i ::-..--: :: 2-:*
County, FV-.ik
2i :: l-l -:-.<
NATHAN FALK
:, lTIg FALK
" art Of Dade C- --.-.: F.-.-r ia
ED J-vNCHER
INETT :. TH
Att< rnej foe Applicant
:2-:r-2 :: l-lfl
F. .r. la.
HENRT I- GREENE
MURIEI. L GREENE
25 10 1-10-17-M
N ~: :-: :- hf:r?:bt given that
inderaicned. <-.* r engage I beLLE-a":s:N APTs
.* ousir.esi jnder the tit .. name
of LAND BUN DAIRIES, at \*
N W Uad Bl M .: Plortda, ;r.-
-.- i, -. si -- .-..-.
the art '. :.- rcuit > I I L-ade
Florida
HAROLD A OOL'LD
i ::-.:.. : ::
N- >TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
v- ii lerslgned, lealiing .- engage in
- -s u:.!er the fictitious name of
t l&t-MO Jef-
feraoil Ave Miami Beach. Florida.
Intend to register the said name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of L>ade
Florida.
Ill .RRIS SEG.*J^
ANNIE SEGAL
/M 10 -10-17-M
N< TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thit
NOTICE IS HEREBT G.'VEN that
the ui : -:ng to er.gage ir.
the jndersagned d^*.r.-r to engage | bjsi: let the titlotit r.ame of
SURF APARTMENTS, ntend v reg-
later U isian ..:. the -
f the Circuit ..-1 if Dade
JOSEPHINE R rOLDSTROM
R >SE STEIN HA USER
HERBERT N S-:"HWaRZ
Att e-ney for Appil
l-l -:"-2
. : oess U f the tit name
HE> KE iAGE CO at 10*3
-a- Drive, M
la to rectater ..-.- sn-d name
..... f the -rcuit in
STANLET SEGAL
I --. '-: -:-
- HEP.EBT '"liVEN that
if -.- r leaning ei r -*
1 .- inder ui name
of LAN BUN IRIES at J4i
N w 11 Ave M unl. I
--t -- the a.l -.-. *.-.-.
... ,., of the It
:*.;* ""-..--v. F.-.-r. t.
RUSSELL "RTIS
< .' 11
N Tl "E IS HEREBT GIVEN that
'-- :. >-i-::N: ^, r. dee the -
el Rl R APTS.. a
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the len rt 1 desiring to engage lo
^ .- let the f -titious name of
PALLS CLEANERS at 22 N W th
St M PI ::. Intends to reg-
--.- the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit I !-de County.
f%--.ia.
HARRY W KAMINS
s :t 10 :-:-::-24
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned M t to rage in
--' N w ltd busir.e** under the : js name of
the
the
F*.r-
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorae) for A;-r^..'-ar:t
. i-Mll -: -*.:
jv-seu
Ida
ROSE WEINTRAUB
> 24 : l-10-17-4
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thai
the --inien:gr,ed. desiring to engage in
NOTICB IS HEREBT GIVEN thai business under the fictitious name of
_i iMirsaaail desir.ng to e'jrage lTH ST BEACH CAFETERIA lu-
ll iu>.r.e-ta under the fictitious name land lo register the said name with
of HARRT'S KET SHOP, intends to the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
restate* the aa.d num* with the. Dade County. Florida
Ork of the Circuit Court of Dade LARRT GILBERT
>. .atr FV.-r.da JACK fJOLIWTKIN
HARM L HITTNEJt Co-Partr.er
1 V-UIO l-10-l: MILTON A FRIEDMAN
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undereigned. desiring to er.gage
:n business under the fictitious name
ot AMBOT HOUSE" intends to
register the sa'.d name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. ..
MRS DORA LIEBERMAN
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
* ::-:i :* :. 2-.0
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
..-. business under the fictitious name
of WILDCAT FIVE A TEN DEPT
STORE, at STIi S W Sth St.. Miami.
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
J. SNEIDER
? 12-15-24J 10 S-:<>
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring ta engage
in business under the fictitious name
of EAST COAST RADIO PARTS, at
413 N. Miami Ave Miami. Florida.
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. __
H. HELLER
WM SIELER
SILVER A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applloanta
0/1I-19-20 10/S-lO
NOTICB IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the jndersigned. dee.ring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of WILDCAT CLEANERS, at 5T S
W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida, intends
to roaiatef the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Conrt of Dade
County, Florida
BENJAMIN BCHULTZ
> :2-:>-: 10 1-10
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI WIPING CLOTH COM-
PANY, at 1S4J N. W. Third Art.,
Miami, Florida. Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
I Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
I Ida.
SAMUEL M. KIRSTEIN
::-:-:; : 1-10
N- 'TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
I In bus.news under the fictitious name
I of PEOPLES TRADING CO.. at 171
N W Fifth SL, Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i County. Florida.
ALEX GOLDSTEIN
/12-:9- 10/1-10
LEGAL NOTICE8
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIV?7^r-
LOUIS MARCUS and BOSBfiadS
are engaged In busine*. und ,L
fictitious name of BAY vi^JJ
APARTMENTS AND ANNEX V5?
&J8 Jrd St, MUmi Beach p"-
and intend to register sautf b2S*S
name in the Office of (he rS?"
^Circuit Court o, D& ^ -
LOUI8 MARTI'B
ROSE mXr7-vs8
GEORGE CHERTKOP 'jWN'fR
Attorney for Applicanu
/l-t 10/1-10-17
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVFv ,k
the undersigned, desiring -o I*"
in business under the fictit.ous^X
of RICHLAND SUNI.RIEs %
N. W. MUft.. Miami. Florida, T
tends to register the said name -k
the Clerk of the Circuit (SSrTS
Dade County. Florida. OT "
NOTICE IS HEREIiY QITEM tku
the undersigned, desiring to engu.
In business under the fictitious rTaU!
of FLORIDA WINDOW CLEANPir
CO.. intenda to register tU JH
name with the Clerk of the Clt^u,
Court of Dade County. Florida '
ELIX HINKEe
/l-I 10/1-10-17 3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to erj-u,
in business under the fictitious nans
of HOME TOWN BAKERY at 11H?
E. 1st Ave.. Miami. F.orida, intend,
to register the said name with. th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Djj,
County. Florida. "*"
BENJAMIN ROSENSTOCK
S/10-20 10/1-10-17
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
Notice :j hereby given that the
undersigned, doing business as "DUR-
AB'LT SHOE REBUILDERS" will
rtg.iter said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court. Dade County. Flor-
ida upon receipt of proof of the publi-
cation of this notice, pursuant to
'.-.apter .'':. Laws of Florida. 1*41.
HARRT SADOLF.
* ll-li-I* 10 -:
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of WB8S PAINT CO.. Intends to
'-*>: the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MANNIE WESSON
l-2 10/1-14-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, isailing to engage in
_- ess under the fictitious name of
PATMUS KAY. intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
LARRY FAY
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorne) I Applicant
10 1-10-17-14-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
I in business under the fictitious name
I of wonder cotton center, at
I 2 N. Miami Ave Miami. Florida.
I Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
! of L'ade Countv. Florida,
CHARLES SCHECHTER
l/lt-M 10 1-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i in business under the fictitious name
of RUTH'S GIFT SHOP, at 415 Col-
! llns Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida, in-
! tends to register the said name with
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL A. G"ODMAN
.12-l-li 10/1-10
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of K"DAX CENTER at 211 Sth St.
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MORTT GOTTLIEB
12-:9-2 10/3-1*
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thit
the undersigned, desiring to trnii
In business under the fictTTTous
of DAVES MARKET, st $20 Alton
Road. Miami Beach. Florida. Intend*
to register the said name with tn
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tM
County. Florida.
DAVID WASHER
/l-2 10/1-10-17
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious, name
of PARK WAT PHARMACY, at iJ
S. W. 22nd St.. Miami. Forida. In-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD E EHP.UCH
MOLLIE EHRL1CH
/1-M 10/1-10-17
notice :.- he.h::.-5Y g:ven that
_r-e ucders.gr.e4. deeir.ig to engage in
s->Tf ..-!- -- ..is name
TRR1
. r; ~r.G
Attorney for Applicants
r io/i-io-i:-i4
res* ur.eer the Rctitloue name : .-^-- .o r>iux>i -ja t...
UFT FIVE AND TEN ifTORES. | **'. urvJerssgned. deeinng to e
nd to reaister the aa-d name wit* ft ^J'" u: l*\ ^liJi01"..
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
ngag-
name
the Clerk of "the Oeealt 2sjrt of DaJe "f VrVN'Pv'. SL'N UDAIRIS?S ,V *r*
Coustv FV>-ida IN w .th Ave. MJimi Florida. In-
BENJAMIN CHAVES tends to resnister the sa'.d name with
LK-ON CHAVES ,b* Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i4 ; l-:-17-24 ; County. Florida
Vk--------------------------------- JOHN H BL.TTg
notice is herebt given that |*-h-'>-m 10 '-if'_______________________
btaa^rSSrt^^i^n^ IS N^ISjrfaffTnwil,ttg
UNITED WINE STORES at 4*2 N -be .- i--- g:..d deejr.r.g to engaae in
W 14th St Miami Florida intends bjairea* under the fictitious name of
t, listataT thTiSi mSmJTtSi\l ff H ? and l*c STORB. iBtend
C.e-k of the CtrctSt Co-art of Dade fi r^l*}rr. th* "1 "" *_ l5
Ceuaty Florida C.erk of the Circu.t Court of Dade
DAT1D STEIN County, rlorida
.2 10/1-10-17-24 u"lu "" BELLE MICHELL
_______________________ HARRT MICHELL
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that ;* : /1-10-1T-24
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the jndersigned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BCHIPF-8 DELICATESSEN AND
MARKET, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
JACOB SCHIFF
10 1-10-17-24-21
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
i4TH ST. BEACH CAFETERIA also
known as 14TH ST. CAFETERIA and
BEACH CAFETERIA intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk
of the Circjit Court of L>ade Countv.
Florida.
LARRT GILBERT
JACK GOLDSTEIN
MILTON A. FR.EDMAN^^""^
Attorney for Applicants
10 1-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th* fictitious name of
HI AN DRT TOURIST PARK, at IU
N. E 71st St Miami. Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MRS PEARL COMIS
LOUI8 COMIS
MARSHALL H. COMIS
101-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of 7S CLUB. Intend to register the
aaid name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
C J SPIKE
MRS. J. K FINK
'/l*-S 10/1-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE TROPIC BAR at MS Collins
| Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends
| to register the said name with the
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
| County. Florida
LEO LIPOWSKT
/l-2* 10/1-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBT OIVEN thit
the undersigned, desiring :> engaft
In business under the flclluoui name
of LEMON CITY DEIT STORE sj.
so known as 8CHINDLERS DEPT.
STORE, intends to register the sail
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. PI fida
LENA S'-ri:SI>LER
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
. l-2t 10/1-10-17____________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enjaje
in business under the fictitious name
of RHODE VACUUM '"LEANER
| CO. (not Inc.). Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
MORRIS KLEINER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
* lS-2 10/1-10-17____________________
notice is hereby orvEN tint
the undersigned, desiring (o ^tare
in business under the fictitious name
of UNITED KOSHER MARKET, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida ,. __
FRANK KATZ
l-2 10 3-10-17 _____
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage
in business under the fictitious
of HANSON ROOFING & slJ*i
METAL WORKS, intends to reiut"
the said name with the Clerk of tne
Circuit Court of l>ade County, nor-
BARNEY HANSON
/l-S* 10/1-10-17
the urdersigned. deainng to engage
ir. biu.neea under the f.ct.t-oua name
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
of RIVKP.VIEW GUEST HOUSE, Is- i undersigned, desiring to engage in
tend to re-aster -.he said name with ?u*n,'* ,a"der the fictitious name of
the Clerk of the Carcult Court of M.I'-HEU' CLEANFRS A LAUN-
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
th* undersigned, desiring to engage In
bias-.nesa under th* fictitious name of
STELLA S BAR. at 12S West Flagier
St Miami. Florida. Intends to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
I B 8RMCO
10/1-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
. in businssa under the fictitious name
of LINCOLN LUGGAGE SHOP, at
CO* Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, intenda to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
ALEX GOLDSTEIN
/12-l-2 10/1-1*
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersagned. d**ir:ng to eagag*
in businssa under the fictitious naane
of BEACH PLAZA HOTEL, at 14*1
Collins Are. Miami Beach. PWida.
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
Count*. Flortd*-
ALEX GOLDSTEIN
JULIUS 8IMFSON
*/lz-l*-M 10/1-10
DRY. intends to register the said
I name with the Oeck of th* Circuit
i Court of Dade County. Florida.
1 HARRT MICHELL
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that >* 10/3-10-17-24
Dade County. Florida
NORMAN WEJeiy
/! l*/l-l*-17-24
the nndsrejsjwhd.- -dextrine xa eng-ag*
in buefn*-s ender the fictitious name
of SOUTH BEACH SERVICE STA-
4TION at 100 Ocean Drive. Miami
Beach. Florida, ioteeds to register
th* said naawe with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
STANLET SEGAL
/!- 10/1-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the uBdcrsigned. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FEDERAL EXTERMINATING
CO. : r.-er.de to register the said
naun* with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Id*^ounty. Florida
NORMAN D. JACOBS
:-M 10/1-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buenneas under the fictitious name of
ZISKE-NS BOWERT Intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
HTMAN ZISSEN
LOUI8 ZISSEN
DOROTHT ZISSEN
SARAH ZISSEN
Co-Partners
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
10/1-10-I7-24-31
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
' the undersigned, deairing to encage
I In business under th* flctitloua name
of JOE AND HYM-R In Ta> lor's Druer
Store, at 110 Stta St Miami Beaea,
Florida. Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of th* Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH MBCHLOW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing to engage
"1 bl7*lf" wife the flctlnoua name
at 4. N. E. lath St.. Miami. Florida.
"- rLih'^" ,h* Circuit Court
of Dade Oounty. Florida.
NATHAN ADBLMAN
CHARLEfl ADELMAN
./i...-M.o/i^c,BADKLMAN
NOTICE IS HEREBT MTEIJS
HTMAN LAIBSON ar.l J1"-";
LAIBSON are engaged in b"1",""
under th* flctltlou* nsme of law
SON COURT at 713 silealtaa J"Jj
Miami Beach. Florida, and !"
to re*7Ut*r aaid fictitious name lies
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad. Ctsunty. -W^
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
'!- 10/1-10-17
NOTICE UNOKR aiCTlTIOUO
NAME LAW tal
NOTICE IS HEREBT 0'^ '"j
th* undereigned. now engagefl
desiring to enjrase in business
the fictitious name of }'Ltita.,r
APARTMENTS- Intends to regs.
the said name with the Clerk of g
Circuit Court of Dad* Counts netj
HERMAN B 0B08BMAII
44* Fourteenth Street
Miami Beach. Florida.
/l-H. 10/1-10-17________________
NOTICE UNDER FlCTlTlOU*
NAME LAW ._ ,Mt
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVBW JJ
the undersigned, now '"^JT^under
desiring to engage In business
th* fi.-tltious name of ,L,,'rMifr
APARTMENTS" intends toi
the said name with the Clerk p
Circuit Court of Dads Cousty. "
"* HERMAN B- OBOSSB*"
1355 Dreael Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
l/l-M 10/1^10-17
NOTICE UNOER ^m0Ut
NAME LAynIvsjS' t'
NOTICE IS HEREBT 11DB> ^
the undersigned, now eraws d,r
desiring to erajrea* In busi"""oflggS
the flctitiouo name of "^fvur
APARTMENTS Intsnds *0A*3 ihe
ths said nam* with -the-<-'''* fw-
Cireult Court of Dads Cousty.
,d* ES9B BKRGMAV
V if, BBsMstAS
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*>AGE EIGHT +Jen 1st Heritor FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1941 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LOUIS SILVERMAN -- engaged in em ier the fictitious ii-it c-f F::.VE£ PAINT 00 IBM inc-i eat K4 .•_.rj Ave. Miarr.i Beaci. Dade County. Florid* Bad 2*i West frnKm* St Miami. Dad* Csaesety. Florada. ard rr. tends to register said fliUiieia> name .a the Office of the C5rk of the Circuit Court of Dad* Ommvcr, FWLOUIS STLVERMAN GEORGE CHERTK > L % %  -.> for A;; .estnt i ::-:>- :; :-.<• NOTICE UNDER FICTlTlOLS NAME LAW T VTHOM IT MAT CONCERN.s hereby gfrea that the go*1 punaanl tc the J* %  • _> Nam* Statute n* 1 >< • %  Chapter N : Laws of la 1M1 %  .. r*flstr wit* the [ UH Srcuil '• -'• u • :•.'. County. Florida .;:-. r*; -. %  f of the ; -: '• %  "*' '. --. -. • the I nanr '. w.t NORTHWEST FCRNTTI % %  :••>••":" %  ;.::S I **"i • engage it : -eeu at rest 7••.;•' iih Street, in the %  v.a. PI nda. That th* party interested ir. aaii : .r --r %  — Iowa A KR NENFELD Dated at "' Dad* C a. Sept. 1 til :.-". ( .%  _-. :-. -17 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the ar.derwigr.ed. NMMj to the "•Fietitscas Nir* Statute. House BIB No. .::: Chaster No 2*il. Laws of FlorI lii. ;j4. wi : reepeteaw.-_h trie Cerk joe the O.-:.M 3nart. and for Dade .--• Fiorsda, the factitious narn*. • S MONUMENT CO. ur.ier ::i I am er^-aged i-ua-r.eae ia the City of Miami. Florida. That : %  party interested ;n eaid : .! news r:-rrr-.se. -s aa foGowe EM.CtEL GORDON DAVE FRANK A-. •— ey for Applicant If ::-:.'-:* l* J-: LEGAL NOTICES N TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that re _-d*--s^r.ed. deea.-iag to engage : sataeas ur>der the fictitious name of SMITTTS DAT NIGHT GARAGE a: 125 N W ^t C-;-.—.. M^a-j. :•r ia, intends u rrjt.the said %  aa w th the C.e-* of the %  : w-mon SILVER A KAPLAN AttorSH A; ;.:-.-1 ..-.. %  -: %  I :-: &f N rTICE IS HERE1 V GIVBN that -.-••r*e :r. --•--,-;'-%  %  • • %  DANZIGEP. APARTMENTS al Are., V T-.. Beach, -c -•-the eaid name srlti the Sera I u -.; Fr.da LILLIAN DANZIGER S ~ HEREBT OIVKK thai |s HEREBT GIVEN that %  et rare m ... _. .. -. .. ;--.--.* to --. la : ji -.. it name .....-•-.. %  %  %  _, r^me of A LB1 N H TEL a) 1M Jaasea Are ROTAL APTS it '.* Ave Be* ':'-%  lead 1 rectater j,. ^Beach rVrtda, Intel U -•*--^ -. -i.-r -..-. %  -.-. r the a %  %  --. :-e Clerk of ... Coon .. I De-ie Coant] PlorM::. N SIRKIN A LEX AN: r.y. .-:RK:N reuit Conn of Dad* County. Ma MRS TIIJJE UPf'WSKT MPM'.RISS LIPOWSKT *i |:• :-: -::-:4 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the -r.dersiTi*d. oursuant to the %  VlUuna MaJ— Statute. House Bill No. IIT*. Chapter VA'-i. Laws ol F.or-.d*. •..'•4:. wlU rectater with tn Clerk of ••ult Court, and for Dade C --•;.. Florida, the "fj 1 1 ^ aa-T.e. to-wlt: 90LESTA MLLAS. under which we are enaaed in busir.eee at Number H4 Lenox Avenue, in tfea Ciqr -f Miami Beach. Florida. That UM t*r.ie ir.tereeted in said busicea* enterprise are as follows: E :. G'.'Li'MAN ESTELLE GOLDMAN JOSEPH A BERMAN Atl --• ; %  •.ApP-icaits l-ll-M I l-ll LEGAL NOTICES NOTICB IS HEREBT GIVEN that the ur,der*:gred. de*:r:n; to enxage :r. hustr.eas under the fletlUoaa name of M\MI BE.*0H PHUTO SCPPL1 at 'l Col ins Ave. and C!l Washing%  • -. A-.. Miami Bea -. Forida. inreaister the said name with I -he Circuit Oeorl '%  • L-ade County. F.jnda .. M ,. RT v GCTTLIEB • U-i*-t< : :-. S TICB 18 HEREBT GIVEN that • _;.--.-. ----• to enaaae In under %  • tltloua name of HC-TEL intend to register the **:; anM wit* the Clerk of the .-•. ot L-ade County. Florhta, DAVID ROSNER ELIZABETH ROSNER %  'wnert yj< Washinctoo Avenue Miami B.-^^r.. Fkrlda j ; : .--24 NOTICB IS HEREBT GrVEJ* that the undersigned, desiring to engaxe in business under_the f^titlous name of LAND OSCN DAIRIES, at 1.51 Coral Way. Miami. Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F! rid *' ELWELL W. PEARCE JOSEPHINE B. PEARCE t/lt-l-H 10/l-lt NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of LANCE APTS .ntend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorJACOB ROTSTEIN BESSIE ROTSTEIN MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicanu /I9-2( 10/J-lO-lT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LOUIS CREDIT STORE, at >44 N. i Ave.. Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. MARTT MILSTEIK LOUIS SHAFF < %  :2-:--:c 10 J-:O S T1CB IS HEREBT GIVEN thit NOTICB IS HEP.EBT GIVES that •-. ands salaa od. desiring to er.gage :.-. oaderslcned, deatrlag lo erocage :n t _:-.ess u-wier the •..•..; r.an is name of of JAT"8 MENEH Bteods 10 TALKS DELICATESSEN, intend to register the sai name w.th the '.'.erk register the said name with the rcuit O -of Dade Coonty. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade HERMAN B RA UN STEIN INETT P.OTH Atl rnej tor A] oilcant i ::-..--: :: 2-:* County, FV-.ik • 2i :: l-l -: %  -.< NATHAN FALK :, lTIg FALK •" art Of Dade C--.-.: %  F.-.-r ia ED J-vNCHER INETT :. TH Att< rnej foe Applicant • :2-:r-2 :: l-lfl F. .r. la. HENRT IGREENE MURIEI. L GREENE • 25 10 1-10-17-M N ~: :-: :HF:R?:BT GIVEN that inderaicned. <-.* %  % %  r •• engage I BELLE-A":S : N APTs .* ousir.esi jnder the tit .. name of LAND BUN DAIRIES, at \* N W Uad Bl M .: Plortda, ;r.-.i, -.• %  • %  si • •-.-..-. the art •'. :•.rcuit > I I L-ade • %  Florida HAROLD A OOL'LD i ::-. %  :. %  : : %  : %  N>TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • v ii lerslgned, lealiing •.%  engage in • -s u:.!er the fictitious name of t l&t-MO Jefferaoil Ave Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to register the said name with Clerk of the Circuit Court of L>ade Florida. Ill .RRIS SEG.*J^ ANNIE SEGAL /M 10 -10-17-M N< TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thit NOTICE IS HEREBT G.'VEN that the ui : %  -:ng to er.gage ir. the jndersagned d^*.r.-r to engage | bjsi:— let the titlotit r.ame of SURF APARTMENTS, ntend v reglater U isian .•.:. the %  f the Circuit %  ..-1 if Dade JOSEPHINE R rOLDSTROM R >SE STEIN HA USER HERBERT N S-:"HWARZ Att e-ney for Appil l-l -:"-2 : oess %  U f the tit name • HE> KE iAGE CO at 10*3 %  • -aDrive, M la to rectater •..-.sn-d name ..... f the -rcuit in STANLET SEGAL I --.• '-: -:HEP.EBT '"liVEN that %  if -.r %  leaning ei r •-* 1 .%  inder ui name of LAN BUN IRIES at J4i N w 11 Ave M unl. I --t %  -• the a.l -.-. •*.-.-. ... ,., of the It :*.;* %  ""-..--v. F.-.-r. t. RUSSELL "RTIS %  < .' 11 N Tl "E IS HEREBT GIVEN that '-%  : >-I-::N: ^, 24 : l-10-17-4 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thai the --inien:gr,ed. desiring to engage in NOTICB IS HEREBT GIVEN thai business under the fictitious name of •_i iMirsaaail desir.ng to e'jrage lTH ST BEACH CAFETERIA lull iu>.r.e-ta under the fictitious name land lo register the said name with of HARRT'S KET SHOP, intends to the Clerk of the Circuit Court of restate* the aa.d num* with the. Dade County. Florida Ork of the Circuit Court of Dade LARRT GILBERT >. .atr FV.-r.da JACK fJOLIWTKIN HARM L HITTNEJt Co-Partr.er 1 V-UIO l-10-l: MILTON A FRIEDMAN NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undereigned. desiring to er.gage :n business under the fictitious name ot AMBOT HOUSE" intends to register the sa'.d name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .. MRS DORA LIEBERMAN MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant ::-:i :* :. 2-.0 NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ..-. business under the fictitious name of WILDCAT FIVE A TEN DEPT STORE, at STIi S W Sth St.. Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. J. SNEIDER &f 12-15-24J 10 S-:<> NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring ta engage in business under the fictitious name of EAST COAST RADIO PARTS, at 413 N. Miami Ave Miami. Florida. intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. H. HELLER WM SIELER SILVER A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applloanta 0/1I-19-20 10/S-lO NOTICB IS HEREBT GIVEN that the jndersigned. dee.ring lo engage in business under the fictitious name of WILDCAT CLEANERS, at 5T S W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida, intends to roaiatef the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Conrt of Dade County, Florida BENJAMIN BCHULTZ > :2-:>-: 10 1-10 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI WIPING CLOTH COMPANY, at 1S4J N. W. Third Art., Miami, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the I Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorI Ida. SAMUEL M. KIRSTEIN • ::-:%  :•; : %  1-10 N'TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage I In bus.news under the fictitious name I of PEOPLES TRADING CO.. at 171 N W Fifth SL, Miami. Florida. In%  tends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade i County. Florida. ALEX GOLDSTEIN /12-:9- 10/1-10 LEGAL NO T I C E 8 NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIV?7^rLOUIS MARCUS and BOSBfiadS are engaged In busine*. und L fictitious name of BAY vi^JJ APARTMENTS AND ANNEX „V5? &J8 Jrd St, MUmi Beach p"and intend to register sautf B2S*S name in the Office of (he rS?" ^Circuit Court o, D& ^ LOUI8 MARTI'B ROSE MXR7-VS 8 GEORGE CHERTKOP jWN 'fR Attorney for Applicanu /l-t 10/1-10-17 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVFv k the undersigned, desiring -o I*" in business under the fictit.ous^X of RICHLAND SUNI.RIEs % N. W. MUft.. Miami. Florida, T tends to register the said name -k the Clerk of the Circuit (SSrTS Dade County. Florida. OT NOTICE IS HEREIiY QITEM tku the undersigned, desiring to engu. In business under the fictitious rTaU! of FLORIDA WINDOW CLEANPir CO.. intenda to register tU JH name with the Clerk of the Clt^u, Court of Dade County. Florida ELIX HINKEe /l-I 10/1-10-17 3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to erj-u, in business under the fictitious nans of HOME TOWN BAKERY at 11H? E. 1st Ave.. Miami. F.orida, intend, to register the said name with. th Clerk of the Circuit Court of Djj, County. Florida. "*" BENJAMIN ROSENSTOCK S/10-20 10/1-10-17 TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Notice :j hereby given that the undersigned, doing business as "DURAB'LT SHOE REBUILDERS" will rtg.iter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, pursuant to '.-.apter .'•'•:. Laws of Florida. 1*41. HARRT SADOLF. ll-li-I* 10 -: NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of WB8S PAINT CO.. Intends to '-*• % %  >: the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MANNIE WESSON l-2 10/1-14-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, isailing to engage in _• ess under the fictitious name of PATMUS KAY. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LARRY FAY MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorne) I Applicant 10 1-10-17-14-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage I in business under the fictitious name I of WONDER COTTON CENTER, at I 2 N. Miami Ave Miami. Florida. I Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of L'ade Countv. Florida, CHARLES SCHECHTER l/lt-M 10 1-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i in business under the fictitious name of RUTH'S GIFT SHOP, at 415 Col! llns Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida, in! tends to register the said name with I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL A. G"ODMAN .12-l-li 10/1-10 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of K"DAX CENTER at 211 Sth St. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORTT GOTTLIEB 12-:9-2 10/3-1* NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thit the undersigned, desiring to trnii In business under the fictTTTous —— of DAVES MARKET, st $20 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Florida. Intend* to register the said name with tn Clerk of the Circuit Court of tM County. Florida. DAVID WASHER /l-2 10/1-10-17 NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious, name of PARK WAT PHARMACY, at iJ S. W. 22nd St.. Miami. Forida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDWARD E EHP.UCH MOLLIE EHRL1CH • /1-M 10/1-10-17 NOTICE :.HE.H::.-5Y G:VEN that •_r-e ucders.gr.e4. deeir.ig to engage in s->Tf ..%  !•-' ..is name TRR1 r; • ~r.G Attorney for Applicants r io/i-io-i:-i4 res* ur.eer the Rctitloue name %  •: .-^••--• .o r>iux>i -JA t... UFT FIVE AND TEN ifTORES. | **'. urvJ erssgned. deeinng to e nd to reaister the aa-d name wit* ft ^J'" „ u: £ l *\ ^liJi 01 ".. NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that ngagname the Clerk of "the Oeealt 2sjrt of DaJe "f VrV N 'Pv'. SL N U DAIRI S? S ,V *r* Coustv FV>-ida IN w .th Ave. MJimi Florida. InBENJAMIN CHAVES tends to resnister the sa'.d name with LK-ON CHAVES ,b Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade • i4 ; l-:-17-24 ; County. Florida Vk JOHN H BL TTg NOTICE is HEREBT GIVEN that | *-H-'>-M 10 '-i f btaa^rSSrt^^i^n^ IS N^I S jr f a ffTnwil t tg UNITED WINE STORES at 4*2 N -be .i--g:..d deejr.r.g to engaae in W 14th St Miami Florida intends bjairea* under the fictitious name of t, listataT thT iSi mSmJTtSi\l ff H % and l*c STORB. iBtend C.e-k of the CtrctSt Co-art of Dade fi r ^ l *} rr th •" 1 "" %  %  l 5 Ceuaty Florida C.erk of the Circu.t Court of Dade DAT1D STEIN County, rlorida .2 10/1-10-17-24 u lu !" BELLE MICHELL HARRT MICHELL NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that ; : /1-10-1T-24 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the jndersigned. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BCHIPF-8 DELICATESSEN AND MARKET, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida JACOB SCHIFF 10 1-10-17-24-21 NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of i4TH ST. BEACH CAFETERIA also known as 14TH ST. CAFETERIA and BEACH CAFETERIA intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circjit Court of L>ade Countv. Florida. LARRT GILBERT JACK GOLDSTEIN MILTON A. FR.EDMAN^^""^ Attorney for Applicants 10 1-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under th* fictitious name of HI AN DRT TOURIST PARK, at IU N. E 71st St Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MRS PEARL COMIS LOUI8 COMIS MARSHALL H. COMIS 101-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 7S CLUB. Intend to register the aaid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. C J SPIKE MRS. J. K FINK '/l*-S 10/1-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE TROPIC BAR at MS Collins | Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends | to register the said name with the 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade | County. Florida LEO LIPOWSKT /l-2* 10/1-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBT OIVEN thit the undersigned, desiring :•> engaft In business under the flclluoui name of LEMON CITY DEIT STORE sj. so known as 8CHINDLERS DEPT. STORE, intends to register the sail name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. PI fida LENA S'-ri:SI>LER MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant l-2t 10/1-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enjaje in business under the fictitious name of RHODE VACUUM '"LEANER | CO. (not Inc.). Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORRIS KLEINER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant lS-2 10/1-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY orvEN tint the undersigned, desiring (o ^tare in business under the fictitious name of UNITED KOSHER MARKET, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ,. __ FRANK KATZ l-2 10 3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious • %  • of HANSON ROOFING & sl J*i METAL WORKS, intends to reiut" the said name with the Clerk of tne Circuit Court of l>ade County, norBARNEY HANSON /l-S* 10/1-10-17 the urdersigned. deainng to engage ir. biu.neea under the f.ct.t-oua name NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that of RIVKP.VIEW GUEST HOUSE, Isi %  • undersigned, desiring to engage in tend to re-aster -.he said name with ? u n ,'* a "der the fictitious name of the Clerk of the Carcult Court of M I 'HEU CLEANFRS A LAUNNOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that th* undersigned, desiring to engage In bias-.nesa under th* fictitious name of STELLA S BAR. at 12S West Flagier St Miami. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. I B 8RMCO 10/1-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in busi n ssa under the fictitious name of LINCOLN LUGGAGE SHOP, at CO* Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, intenda to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALEX GOLDSTEIN /12-l-2 10/1-1* NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersagned. d**ir:ng to eagag* in businssa under the fictitious naane of BEACH PLAZA HOTEL, at 14*1 Collins Are. Miami Beach. PWida. intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* Count*. Flortd*ALEX GOLDSTEIN JULIUS 8IMFSON */lz-l*-M 10/1-10 • DRY. intends to register the said I name with the Oeck of th* Circuit i Court of Dade County. Florida. 1 HARRT MICHELL NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that >* 10/3-10-17-24 Dade County. Florida NORMAN WEJeiy /! l*/l-l*-17-24 the nnds rej sj w h d .-dextrine xa eng-ag* in buefn*-s ender the fictitious name of SOUTH BEACH SERVICE STA4TION at 100 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Florida, ioteeds to register th* said naawe with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STANLET SEGAL /!- 10/1-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the uBdcrsigned. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FEDERAL EXTERMINATING CO. : r.-er.de to register the said naun* with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Id*^ounty. Florida NORMAN D. JACOBS :-M 10/1-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buenneas under the fictitious name of ZISKE-NS BOWERT Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. HTMAN ZISSEN LOUI8 ZISSEN DOROTHT ZISSEN SARAH ZISSEN Co-Partners MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 10/1-10-I7-24-31 NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, deairing to encage I In business under th* flctitloua name of JOE AND HYM-R In Ta> lor's Druer Store, at 110 Stta St Miami Beaea, Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of th* Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH MBCHLOW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, deairing to engage "1 bl 7*l£f" wife the flctlnoua name at 4. N. E. lath St.. Miami. Florida. "rLi h '^" ,h Circuit Court of Dade Oounty. Florida. NATHAN ADBLMAN CHARLEfl ADELMAN ./i...M o/i^ c,BADKLMAN NOTICE IS HEREBT MTEIJS HTMAN LAIBSON ar.l J 1 "-"; LAIBSON are engaged in b" 1 ","" under th* flctltlou* nsme of law SON COURT at 713 silealtaa J"Jj Miami Beach. Florida, and !•" to re*7Ut*r aaid fictitious name %  lies Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. Ctsunty. -W^ GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicants '!- 10/1-10-17 NOTICE UNOKR aiCTlTIOUO NAME LAW tal NOTICE IS HEREBT 0'^ '"j th* undereigned. now engagefl desiring to enjrase in business • the fictitious name of } L ti ta .,r APARTMENTSIntends to regs. the said name with the Clerk of g Circuit Court of Dad* Counts netj HERMAN B 0B08BMAII 44* Fourteenth Street Miami Beach. Florida. /l-H. 10/1-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FlCTlTlOU* NAME LAW ._„ M t NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVBW JJ the undersigned, now '"^JT^under desiring to engage In business £ th* fi.-tltious name of L,, rM ifr APARTMENTS" intends toi • %  the said name with the Clerk p Circuit Court of Dads Cousty. %  "* %  HERMAN BOBOSSB*" 1355 Dreael Avenue Miami Beach. Florida l/l-M 10/1^10-17 NOTICE UNOER ^ m0Ut NAME LAy nI vsjS' t' NOTICE IS HEREBT 11DB> ^ the undersigned, now eraws d r desiring to erajrea* In busi"""oflggS the flctitiouo name of "^f—vur APARTMENTS Intsnds 0 A *3 ihe ths said nam* with -the-<-'' '* fwCireult Court of Dads Cousty. ,d ES9B BKRGMAV V if, BBsMstAS /l-a*l*/l-l*-17 |^



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1941 KING'S. 2 ^^ KOMMENTS SHI The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Well off he could be And well off he should be If only he could learn And be able to discern His position and place Not a right-about-face Politics is not his Tine Knowing this he would be fine But trouble—he makes it double By his meddlesome way—and to him This is all that we can say Individuals may come and go But Miami goes on forever. *Aw'sl <> fkrtWctn JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN PAGE THREE Strange to many but not to King is the fact that items Kommented upon seem to fit many places and personages. King would not classify all of this assuming under the heading of "guilty consciences" but problems of organizations ostensibly are the same and the individuals in its makeup likewise. The deplorable Komment is the lack of proper and capable leadership. The gents furnisher on the Beach will hare to have his story jibe with that of the refugee with whom he had his difficulty before he will be given a clean bill of health and in any event there will be no excuse for the use of fists on the third party. Many have wondered why King is doing so little Kommenting. The answer The boss won't allow the space not that there is not sufficient to Komment on and about. Some members of the bar would do well to particularly look into certain portions of Rule 27, Code of Ethics, American Bar Association ... especially after the recent flurry which has just begun. The next regular meeting of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will be held on Monday evening, October 13th at the Hotel Netherland, Miami Beach. Plans for the Formal Opening will be given as well as plans for the Thanksgiving Formal. A delegate will be elected to represent the Miami Unit at Junior Hadassah's National Convention to be held in Boston next month. A program will be presented. BRITISH OFFICIALS DISCRIMINATION CHARGES B'nai B'rith Notes By MILTON FRIEDMAN SEASON'S GREETINGS 308 E. Flagler St., Ph. 2-3718 DIXIE BROOM CO. Manufacturer of HIGH GRADE MOPS AND BROOMS HOME MILK.PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN e—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 SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There it No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK CREAM Washington (W N S)—Charges made by a witness testifying bebore a Senate sub-committee investigating alleged war propaganda in Hollywood motion pictures to the effect that the British Purchasing Commission in the United States refuses to hire Jews brought forth quick denials from British officials here. "It has never been the policy of the British Purchasing Commission, or of the other British missions in the United States to discriminate against any applicant for employment on religious grounds," a spokesman for the British Supply Council said. British officials supported their contention by citing the fact that a number of Jewish clerks had been engaged by the Purchasing Commission. The issue attracted wide attention when an official of the Social Security Board here said that the restriction "for Gentiles only" had been placed on official employment blanks for Americans seeking employment with the British purchasing mission. British officials issued a statement declaring that they had never asked the Social Security Board to question job applicants about their religion. For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Bade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation I>AIM; I I-IM ICAI. •^ *^ • MIAMI 4 5 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Orer $6,100,000 J. M. LIPTON. President October being the first month of the Jewisn New Year has started off in big style. On Tuesday night, at the Y. M. H. A. in Miami, promptly at 8:30 the October meeting of Sholem Lodge will be opened. The officers of the Lodge have at all times endeavored to give the members interesting programs at DENY eacn meeting, this one promises to be amongst the best. The Rabbinical Association will take charge of the entire program. Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will give a 15 minute address to put the audience in the proper frame of mind. After this all the rabbis in the Rabbinical Assoc. will sit as a board of experts similar to the "Information Please" broadcasts and will answer all questions thrown at them by the audience. During this open forum you can ask the rabbis any questions that may have bothered you with regard to the Bible, religion, holidays, etc. The program promises to be novel, interesting, and highly educational. Let's turn out en masse and let the rabbis see how many of their congregants belong to B'nai B'rith. Many times one uses superlatives in describing something in order to get other people interested in that thing. That is what I did concerning the social affair for October. But now that it is over I realize that I understated what would take place. Between four and five hundred of our members and their guests crowded the Sea Glades Cabana Club Wednesday night to enjoy one of the outstanding socials in our history. What made this affair stand out I believe unquestionably can be attributed to the % entertainment. At about 9:15 the amateur swimming contests were held participated in by our members. Promptly at 10 p. m. the Miami Beach Life Guards under the leadership of Capt. Ernie Wiese put on exhibitions that will leave lasting impressions on all who were present. For about one and one half hours these good looking husky guards put on a show which included speed races, rescue race, novelty races, comedy diving and fancy diving. The Lodge publicly expresses its most sincere thanks to Capt. 5 JEWS EXECUTED IN WAVE OF ANTI-JEWISH TERRORISM Geneva (WNS)Five Jews, two of them leaders of the Jewish community, were ordered executed by Nazi authorities in the Czech Protectorate as Nazi officials pressed their campaign to stem the tide of mounting antiNazi revolt by attributing acts of sabotage to the terrified Jewish population, it was reported here. The two Jewish leaders shot by Nazi firing squads were Geo. Fischer and Lei Schwartz. The three other Jews, hanged by Nazi officials, were not identified. All of them were accused of instigating anti-Nazi disturbances and engaging in Communist activities. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS from SEARS Roebuck & Co. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and N"ormal Ave. Chicago F. A. PETERSON. District Manager PHONE 4-4240 Your "Shelby" representative will ap. preciate an opportunity to assist you with your printed form problems. You'll find him well qualified to offer helpful suggestions, and eager to furnish samples of any specific form you wish. P. O. Box 4473 CORAL GABLES, FLA. The Shelby Salesbook Co. HAPPY NEW YEAR


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m*i^m?^mj^m FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-125 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaQoroe Drive Miami Beach Phone S-17S8 *Jtafoft Ihrtihfl PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Temole every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal urnblems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to eay. each matter will be held In strict co nfiden ce. Congregational Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation.—Hillel. Regular Friday evening services will be held at the Temple on Friday evening, Oct. 10 at 8:15 o'clock and will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The musical service will be rendered by the Temple Israel choir and the bar mitzvah of Lloyd Leon Ruskin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin will be celebrated at the service. A reception honoring the bar mitzvah will be tendered by his parents after the services. Members of the congregation and friends of the family in our community are cordially invited to attend. Sukkoth services for the closing of the Festival will be held on Sunday evening, Oct. 12 at 8:15 o'clock. The closing day of the Festival will be combined with a Torah Festival in which grandparents, parents and children will participate. The processions of the Torah of old and young are symbols of a great heritage and a noble tradition. The Temple Sukkah, originally constructed by G. Louis Mendelson, was adorned this year with its festive symbols by Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer. Sukkoth memorial services will be held on Monday morning, Oct. 13, at 11 o'clock. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the subject "Mortal Man and His Immortal Spirit." Religious School "Even more important than the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem is the teaching of children."—Talmud. Religious school classes at the Temple will be held on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. The staff of the Temple Israel Religious school includes Mrs. Leona Levin, Miss Dorothy Lightman, Mrs. L. Bornstein, Mrs. I. L. Seligman, Mrs. Louis Letaw, Miss Edythe Hollender, Miss Mildred Rand, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, Miss Sarah Lightman, Miss Shirley Kriswirth, Miss Molly Solloway, Mrs. Sadie Weinberg and Louis Bornstein. Chairman of the Religious school board is Mrs. Morris Plant, with Mrs. Harry N :vins in charge of school texts and Mrs. Gordon Davis secretary of the Religious school. A celebration observed in our Temple for several years will feature Torah processions of the young on the eve of the Sukkoth Festival Sunday evening at 8:15 o'clock. A Sisterhood reception with festive delicacies will follow the services. Parents are urged to bring their children. Sisterhood "A woman who feareth the Lord, she is to be praised,"— Proverbs. The inaugural luncheon of the Sisterhood year took place in Kaplan Hall on Tuesday, October 7th with Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, first vice-president of the Sisterhood conducting the Sukkoth festivities. Rabbi Zwitman spoke on the subject "Timely Interests and Eternal Values." The committee for the meeting ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor 800 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachria 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maarir 0:00 p. m Friday 5 15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 8 :30 a.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Office Phone—5-5625 Miami Beach Serrices Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2283 8. W. 21at Terrace (CONTINUED ON PAOE With Heartfelt Gratitude The frightful forebodings which the recent hurricane scare brought to us on Sukkos Eve were relieved completely when our community by the grace of God, was spared the ravages that accompany these tropical disturbances. May it be the will of the Almighty that our miraculous deliverance may be a symbol for our country and our people that we all will be spared the ravages of the worldwide disturbances that shake the very foundations of human society. On this Sukkos season when we Jews celebrate Thanksgivings for the harvest of blessings we include grateful thanks to God for this recent deliverance as well. Shabbos Choi Hamoed The Sabbath of the Intermediate Days will be observed with services commencing Friday at 5:30 p. m. and Saturday morning at 9 a. m. Rabbi Kellner will speak in the Sukka during the Sholos Seudas. The traditional Hashona Rabbo Eve vigil will be observed Saturday night in the new synagogue. Services on Sunday morning Hashona Rabbo will commence at 8 a. m. Sukkos Party The great annual Sukkos Party for the children of the Talmud Torah and Sunday School will be celebrated on Sunday afternoon, October 12th at 2 p. m. Registration for the new school term will be conducted and a most cordial invitation is extended to all children in the neighborhood. Rabbi Kellner will briefly address the gathering and Cantor Malek will head the children in group singing. The committee in charge of preparations consist of Mrs. Ida Buckstein, president; Mrs. Max Jacobskind, chairman; Mrs. Morris Bear, treasurer; and ex-vice president, Mrs. Nat Blumberg. Shmini Atzereth The Eighth Day of the Festival will be observed on the 13th of October with services commencing in the morning at 9 a. m. Rabbi Kellner will preach at 10:30 on "Smiling Through and Yiskor Services will continue at 10:45 a. m. Simchas Torah Monday night, October 13th will usher in the time honored observance of the Festival of the Law with appropriate ceremonies and celebrations. Between Mincha and the Maanv Services Rabbi Kellner will speak on the Siyum Hatorah and in conjunction with this celebration the conclusion of the Talmudic Tractate of Sukkos and will invite the congregants to join him in the Hadron. Maariv Services will commence at 7 p. m. followed by the Torah procession n which all the children will participate with flags and banners. Cantor Malek will lead the children in group singing Sd refreshments to both young and old will be provided by committees from both_the congrega(CONTINUED ON PAOE I) Sabbath Choi Hamoed On Saturday, October 11, Sabbath Choi Hamoed Succot, the services will begin at 9 a. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on "Vanity—Fair and Unfair." The Oneg Sabbath takes place at 5:30 p. m. Refreshments are served. Zimirot and Palestine melodies are sung and a round table discussion led by Dr. Bension will take place on the subject of "The Jewish Center and the Community." Shemini Azeret Shemini Azeret services will begin on Sunday, October 12th at 5:30 p. m. On Monday, October 13th the services begin at 9 a. m. Yizkor, memorial services at 10:30 a. m. Dr. Bension will speak on "Temporary Shelters and Permanent Abodes." Simchat Torah Celebration Simchat Torah services will begin at 6 p. m. on Monday, Octo-> ber 13th. Parents are urged to bring the children. The services are especially planned to make a lasting and pleasant impression on the minds of the youngsters. There will be spirited community singing of the Simchat Torah melodies and the children will participate in the procession with the Holy Scrolls. Dr. Samuel Bension will deliver an inspiring sermonette on "The Mystery of the Hidden Treasure." The public generally is cordially invited to attend. Children's Succot Celebration The Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will open with a gala Succot Celebration on Sunday, October 12th at 10:30 a. m. An attractive program of games, a Succot play, songs, dances, declamations and tableaux has been arranged. Indications are that this will be the largest children's affair ever ever staged in Greater Miami. Every child attending will receive through the courtesy of the Sisterhood a gilt of candy and a Simchat Torah flag which will be used in the procession with the Torahs on Monday evening at the Simchat Torah services. The program and general arrangements are in charge of the Senior League of the Center. Admission is free and all are welcome. Yom Kippur Appeal In response to Dr. Samuel Bension's appeal at the Yom Kippur services $15,000 were contributed to the Jewish Center Building Fund. The Rabbi, officers and directors express their sincere appreciation of this generous and magnificent expression of confidence in and support of the Jewish Center endeavor and pledge their wholehearted efforts to complete the building with all its facilities as soon as possible. A complete list of donors and amounts will be published in the Jewish Floridian. All those who have donated are requested to write or visit personally the Center office and verify if the amount on our record is correct to avoid regrettable mistakes. Memorial Tablet A beautiful bronze memorial CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Cengrecatloo) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HENRY MARBEIN, Cantor Synagogue Serrices Shachriss daily at 8:00 a. m., Saturday and holidays at 9:00 a. m.; Junior Congregation Saturday and holidays at 9:00 a. m. in the synagogue annex. Mincha daily at 5:30 p. m. Maariv daily at 6:15 p. m., Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 5:40 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "A Holiday of Joy." Holiday Serrices Holiday services will be held Sunday and Monday evening, and Monday and Tuesday morning. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach before Yizkor, Memorial services, Monday morning. His subject will be "The Eternal Cycle." Cantor Mamches will chant at all services. Simchass Torah The celebration of the completing and beginning of the reading of the Torah will take place the last day of our Holiday. Refreshments and flags will be served to all children attending the evening and morning services through the courtesy of our congregation and sisterhood. Refreshments will be served to all adults after the Tuesday morning service. School Registration Registration of all children for Sunday morning sessions takes place this Sunday at 10 a. m. in the Talmud Torah building. Children will be assigned to their classes and rooms and have their first meeting with their respective teachers. We urge every parent of children between the ages of 5 and 17 to insist on the registration of that child this Sunday morning. Board and Faculty Meeting Our board of education and faculty will meet after the opening Sunday morning session for an important meeting in the office. At our last board meeting plans were suggested for the organization of a P. T. A. This and other matters then presented will be acted upon at this meeting. Habonoth Meet Our Miami Beach Habanoth will open this season's activities with an affair to be held in our synagogue succah this Sunday at 2 p. m. All girls between the ages of 12 and 15 are invited to come and join the Habonoth ranks. In addition to group songs, games and refreshments the following will present a Habanoth program: Joyce Wolff, Carolyn Tannen, Louise Raphael, Charlotte Frank, Miriam Cohen, Judith Saal, Evelyn Kornan. A. L. Mechlowitz will serve as M. C. for the affair. Rabbi Mescheloff will be guest speaker. Cantor Mamches will lead the singing. Misrachi Notes The men and women divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold their first joint meeting of the season Saturday night, October 18th, at the Beth Jacob synagogue, at 8:30 o'clock. An elaborate program is being prepared. Refreshments will be served. Everyone is invited to attend this opening affair. School Induction Ceremony The Beth Jacob Religious School will conduct its second annual induction ceremony in (CONTINUED ON PAOE •) (CONTINUED ON PAOE •) Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services 6 :00 p.m. Saturday morning 8 :30 a.m. Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily—9-12 a.m. Mn. Louis Mtrgulits Re+ortina for Bttk David Congregation and Sisterhood Succot The concluding days of Succos will be ushered in Sunday evening at sundown. "Yiscor" or "Memorial Services" will take place Monday morning at 9:30. Preceding this service, Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach on the subject, "Memorial—For Whom?" Cantor Henry Marbein will chant the liturgic melodies. "Simchas Torah," or the Rejoicing Over the Law," will take place Monday evening at 7:30. Parents are asked to bring their children with them during this most joyous celebration at which time the Sisterhood will serve refreshments to all the worshippers. Preceeding the "Hakofos" the Rabbi will speak briefly on the subject, "The Law of Moses —Is It Our Law'". We are indeed grateful to Mrs. Hyman Sootin and her committee, for the remarkable work in decorating such a splendid large Succo. May the Almighty grant these women strength and blessings to continue such fine "Mitzvos." Sunday School Close to 150 children registered at Sunday School this past Sunday morning, indicating an approximate registration of about 250 for this year. It is most gratifying to note that the greater percent of the students are children of members of Beth David. We are indeed appreciative of the interest shown by new parents who have affiliated with our Congregation in recent weeks. We expect over 200 children to participate in our Succos celebration this Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. We again stress the fact that parents must bring their children for registration and bring them on time. Hyman Sootin, chairman of our Religious School and his committee, Milton Friedman and Robert Krentzman will be in the office and be happy to give all information to parents. Hebrew School The new curriculum for the Fall semester will start next Wednesday afternoon, October 15th at 3:15. This new curriculum has been arranged to meet the requirements of every child. Should you have any problems relative to distance or instructions please communicate with the Rabbi. To Resume Red Cross Classes Mrs. Isadore Fine, president of the Sisterhood wishes to announce that the sewing, knitting and crocheting classes for the American Red Cross which have been temporarily discontinued on account of the holidays, will be resumed Thursday morning, October 16th at Beth David auditorium. We wish to stress the importance of doing your share for our country, and urge all ladies to give a little of their time to this great cause, by joining with us every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. For information, please contact the office 2-1473. 'I %  i



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1941 TO BE TO SERVE E Americans with trade or technical experience will be urged to volunteer for service in England in an enlistment drive just started, according to Murray Mitchell, American adviser to the Civilian Technical Corps, in an announcem en made today. "Thousands of American technicians have volunteered since the Civilian Technical Corps ^knislfkridlkltn PAGE SEVEN was started two months ago, through the mail, and more recently through regional volunteer offices," declared Mr. Mitchell. The Civilian Technical Corps is engaged in a program of recruiting American workers in technical occupations for work in England as paid members of a non-combatant body of civilian craftsmen enrolled on a voluntary basis by the British Government to maintain and repair technical equipment used by naval, military and air forces. These men will be released to return to the United States whenever we need them for our own defense. Local draft boards may defer enrolees in the C. T. C. to class 2B. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS 610 E. Lafayette Tenneesse* at Copeland Ph. 2069K Ph. 1869L TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS EARL LEVY, Fire Chief TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS OF W A BASS TAX ASSESSOR LEON COUNTY Tallahassee. Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS U-DRIVE-IT & TAXI SERVICE J. F. SESSIONS Owner and Manager PHONE 654 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS PAUL V. LANG Clerk Circuit Court, Recorder and Auditor, Leon County Tallahassee, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS iji BEN'S BLACK CAT FOUNTAIN SERVICE SANDWICHES BEER CURB SERVICE Tallahassee, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS OR.PEPPER BOTTLING CO. 825 R. R. Ave. Phone 1849 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS CITIES SERVICE OIL CO. C. I. BOYNTON DISTRIBUTOR 6th Avenue and North Monroe PHONE 730 Tallahassee, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS F. A. RHODES Superintendent of Public Instruction Leon County TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS NEHI BOTTLING CO. I. HALLMAN BELL Owner TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA Season's Greetings 4|j PERRY, FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA According to C. R. Foster, Florida State representative of the C. T. C, men may obtain information and application blanks immediately by contacting the nearest office of the Florida State Employment Office. Applications will also be received at the state C. T. C. office at the University of Miami. I. D. C. SENDS EMMISARY TO AID NEW IMMIGRANTS New York (WNS)—To help refugees from Nazism who have emigrated to South American countries achieve economic independence, and become useful residents of their new homelands, the Joint Distribution Committee has sent a member of its overseas staff there to cooperate with local leaders in the establishment of credit cooperatives and free loan banks, it was announced here by Alexander A. Landesco, chairman of the organization's Committee on Reconstruction. Noel Aronovici, who has been associated with the J. D. C. since 1919, left last Saturday for a trip of eight to ten months' duration through South America. He will travel first to Ecuador and later will visit Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina. Mr. Aronovici's main task will be to help communities set up credit cooperative societies and free loan banks, or "kassas," for service to refugees. provide a credit and banking structure for immigrants who would in no other way be able to obtain inexpensive credit for their economic activities. Small businessmen, artisans and farmers will thus be supplied with working capital to start new enterprises and improve their economic position in the countries of their adoption. It is expected that this program will contribute to the upbuilding of the Latin American economy and that the refugees will be enabled to play a role in developing the vast untapped resources of the Latin countries. This, in turn, it is hoped, will serve to prevent or allay any friction in the adjustment of the new settlers. Similar results were achieved during the 1920's and 1930's in Eastern Europe, notably Poland and Rumania, where a chain of credit cooperative societies was established to aid inthepost-war reconstruction of European Jews. The J. D. C.| in partnership with the Jewish Colonization Association, founded the American Joint Reconstruction Foundation, which contributed greatly to the economic upbuilding of the of the stricken and harassed Jewish populations of Eastern Europe through loans to cooperative enterprises, long-term agricultural credits and other forms of financial assistance. The Foundation later made available loan funds to aid Jewish refugees from Germany to become estabLEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," Houae Bill No. 1175. Chapter No. 20953. 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-wlt: ROYAL. SHOE HOSPITAL.. CLEANING & LAUNDRY, under which I am engaged in business at number 229 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 that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A. O. TRANSFER, at 325 Collins 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 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that LOUIS SILVERMAN Is engaged in business under the fictitious name of ELBE APARTMENTS at 657 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Dade County. Florida, and Intends to register said fictitious name In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOUIS 9ILVERMAN OEOROE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicant 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 The cooperatives, jointly financed by local funds and grants I lished in France, England, Holfrom the J. D. C, will serve to I land, Palestine and United States. ST. PETERSBURG. FLA. Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year E FUEL OIL CO. 2143 5th Ave. So. Ph. 7763 St. Petersburg. Florida Wishing You a Happy and Prosperous New Year OIL CO. FUEL OILS KEROSENE PHONE 5543 St. Petersburg. Florida ORLANDO, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR QUALITY CLEANERS CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS MRS. J. T. McKERNAN, Owner PHONE 6055 813 East Washington ORLANDO, FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JIM BURDEN TAX ASSESSOR Orange County ORLANDO. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS THE SINCLAIR E. W. EARNHART AGENT TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA COMMERCIAL SIGNS HIGHWAY BULLETINS W I LD WO O D Sign Company ORLANDO. FLORIDA PHILLIP D. WILDE. Manager 503 W. Robinson Phone 3722 BEST WISHES For A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR C. M. GAY Clerk Circuit Court ORANGE COUNTY ORLANDO FLORIDA Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. G. DUCKWORTH Justice of the Peace Orange County ORLANDO, FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOU MARKS SIGNS Any Kind Any Where Schsol Stage Scenery PHONE 6272 Rear 22 E. Church St. ORLANDO. FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR EARLE ROBERTS Signs 436 So. Hughey Ph. 6630 ORLANDO, FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ATLANTIC BEER & ALE ATLANTIC CO. Orlando Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag* in business under the fictitious name of ELEANOR'S; and. GORDON'S, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIMON WOLFF HERMAN GORDON BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicant 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of I.KVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida LOUIS LEVINSON 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name • if JERSEY FOOD CENTER, at 441 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida., intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALEX KAGIN 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TED'S BARBER SHOP, at 220 W. Flagler St., Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. C. L. "TED" NAILLING 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious nam4 of LEEDS, at 104 N. Miami Ave, Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the, Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. J. RABIN 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOWELL APTS.. intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. W. C. DAVIS JOHN ALLEN JONES 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of UNITED AUTO ELECTRICAL SERVICE, at 2202 W. Flagler St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HERMAN GLANTZ 10/10-17-21-31 11/7 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the Fictitious Name Statute. House Hill No. 1175. Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, the fictitious name, to-wit: MIAMI MEAT PACKERS. under which we are engaged in business at W. 22nd St. and Red Road, in the city of Hlaleah, Florida. That the parties interested in said business enterprise are as Ifoilows: WILLIAM KASOFSKY NATHAN FINKEL JOSEPH A. BERMAN Attorney for Applicants 10/10-17-24-31 H/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VICTOR'S NEW YORK BARBER SHOP, at 431 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. VICTOR ESKENAZI 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 R. W. BROWN cS CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4461 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 %  I



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wJewisti Florid'far? COMBINING Yffie Jl&WUStl tlHlSty %% 3 Aft. QjuxrOJk VJjuiASLy VOLUME 14—No. 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS first Jewish Supreme Court DMIIIIIIi pmin Justice, Louis D. Brandeis, Dies Ld 14 TO IB YEARS OF AGE FORCED LABOR Washington (WNS)—Louis Dembitz Brandeis, first Jew appointed to the United States Supreme Court and one of the great figures in the history of American Jewry, died at his home here at the age of 84. The great liberal jurist had been in a coma for several hours before the end. News of the passing of Mr. Brandeis, one of the most revered members of the Supreme Court from 1916 until his retirement in 1939, came as a shock to the entire counlry. President Roosevelt immediately sent a message of condolence to Mrs. Brandeis, and their two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Brandeis Rauschenbusch, of the faculty of the University of Wisconsin, and Mrs. Susan Brandeis Gilbert, a judge in New York City. The family announced that the funeral would be private and that a memorial service would be held later. Since his retirement from the Supreme Court, Justice Brandeis had devoted himself to the consideration of Jewish problems throughout the world. American Jewish leaders, both Zionists and non Zionists, had frequently turned to the liberal jurist and philosopher for advice on difficult Jewish questions. The Nazi persecution of Jews in war-torn Europe had deeply affected him, his intimates said. The opening session of the Supreme Court was adjourned in memory of Justice Brandeis a few minutes after it had opened. Flags in front of the Supreme Court building were lowered to half mast. Members of the highest court in the land appeared stunned by the news. Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone paid tribute to the "tireless devotion to the public good," of Justice Brandeis. In 1939 when Justice Brandeis announced his retirement from the Supreme Court bench, President Roosevelt wrote to him: "One must perforce accept the inevitable. Ever since those days long ago when you first took your seat on the Supreme Court bench I have come to think of you as a necessary and very permanent part of the court— and since 1933 as one who would continue his fine service there until long after I had left Washington. "The country has needed you through all these years, and I hope you will realize, as all your old friends do, hr.w unanimous the nation has been in its gratitude. "There is nothing I can do but accede to your retirement. But with this goes the knowledge that our long association will continue, and the hope that you will be spared for many long years to come to render additional services to mankind." Former Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes paid the following tribute to Justice Brandeis: "I am profoundly grieved by the passing of Justice Brandeis, my friend of over 50 years. I worked with him in the early days at the bar and I deemed it a high privilege to be associated with him in the work of the court. "He brought his wide experience and his extraordinary acumen to the service of the public interest and In a judicial career of the highest distinction left his permanent impress upon our national jurisdiction." ARE SHIPPED ID NAZI BROTHELS Geneva (WNS)—Young Jewish women have been seized in the streets of Rumanian cities and shipped to military brothels maintained by the Nazified Rumanian government of Premier Ion Antonescue behind the front Shocked Yishuv Pays Tribute To Veteran Zionist Leader Lisbon (WNS)—Faced with a rapidly-growing shortage of la, bor, Nazi authorities in occupied l nes in Bessarabia, it was rePoland have begun to register i ported here. Jewish children between the ages I whl 'e scores of Jewish girls of 14 and 16 for service in com-' have been abducted while walkFEDERATION OF CHURCHES BANS pulsory labor camps, according to reports received here. The registration of Jewish youths has already taken place in the Waring in the streets by Rumanian police, many others have been forcibly taken from their homes and supposedly drafted for sersaw ghetto and will soon be exi vice in compulsory labor camps, tended to ghettos throughout PoAs a result of the seizures, Jewland. [ ish women are afraid to leave The report furnished a tragic; their homes since they cannot sidelight on the conditions in | appeal to the police for protecwhich Warsaw Jews are existing. Nazi officials complained bitterly that at least two-fifths of all the young Jews within the age limits tion. The Nazi High Command has established a string of military houses of prostitution behind the had to be exempted because of | lines and has seized hundreds of poor health. The Nazi complaint assumes tragic significance when it is taken into consideration that the Nazis will accept for compulsory labor almost any Jew who can stand on his feet. The physical: condition of the younger Jewish generation in Poland, existing on Starvation rations since the Nazi | occupation is frightening, the re%  port added. young women, including many Jewish girls, in all the occupied countries. Many of the girl.; were informed that they were needed as nurses and agreed to leave their homes voluntarily. ARRANGES FOR rTni?.r i FIEE SHIPPING SAYS ATTORNEY Rochester (WNS)—The Federation of Churches, in a statement signed by noted local church leaders, denounced anti-Semitic propaganda in the United States and voiced its determination "to unite in combatting every tendency to anti-Semitism." "Divisiveness on religious or racial grounds is a vicious menace to American Democracy," the statement said. "If one group be made the target to attack today, the same spirit of intolerance may be visited on another group tomorrow and the rights and liberties of every group thus be put in jeopardy. "Upon the occasion of the beginning of the 5702nd New Year. we would voice to our Jewish friends and neighbors our abhorrence of any attack made upjon racial or religious grounds, our determination to unite in combatting every tendency to anI ti-Semitism and our realization of the special responsibility resting upon us who belong to the strongest group numerically, to be staunch advocates of the rights of minorities, to the defense of which we pledge our best and unceasing efforts." SIX SYNAGOGUES Indianapolis (WNS )—The American people are oposed to and resent the "recent bitter attacks against the Jews." Attorney General Francis Biddle declared at a conference of the National Association of Attorney Generals. Mr. Biddle pointed out that the indignant reaction of the American people to the recent antiJewish attacks was an indication that "such Nazi methods do not find response in America, outside particular groups." "Open, bitter attacks against Jews," the Attorney General said, "make it plain that alien baiting has not been stamped out entirely in this country, but most of the rabid alien baiting organizations have been curbed by wise governmental action, stressed that only a few states have adopted laws discriminating against foreigners while others have taken steps to forbid class or race discrimination. Judge Louis E. Levinthal, president of the Zionist Organization of America, said in his message: ••I find it difficult to express what his loss means to the Zionist movement. He was its sage and mentor. He was the prophet and statesman. He was the kindly guide and friend. Zionists the world over will rededicate themselves at this moment to carry on his ideals and his name shall forever remain a source of hope and determination." New York (WNS)—The British War Relief Society Inc., through the British Ministry of War Transport, has provided free shipping for all future war emerj gency food, medical supplies, linen and clothing to be sent by ; Hadassah, the women's Zionist Organization of America, to its i hospitals, child welfare and soCial service institutions in the Holy Land, Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, Palestine chairman of the j group, announced here. Arrangements were madej through J. C. Lindsay, managerof shipping for the British War Relief Society, Inc., and Mrs. David Amram. Hadassah's representative, to aid Hadassah to continue its cooperation with British and Jewish medical authorities in Palestine where the organization now conducts a nationwide program of war emergency health work "for the benefit of the valiant fighting civilian population. The first consignment to go under the new arrangement will leave shortly on an American Export Line steamer. It will weigh approximately six tons and include sugar drugs, hospital linens, sweaters and other outer garments, x-ray tubes and surgical instruments. A memorial meeting for the late Justice Louis D. Brandeis and Menachim UssUhkin will be sponsored by the Zionist Council and Y. M. H. A. Greater Miami and will be held en BeMeur Day Sunday evening. Norember 2nd. Full details will be given at a later date. Bf TERRORISTS Vichy (WNS)—A new outbreak of anti-Jewish terrorism in the Nazi-occupied zone of France unless police authorities there make a determined effort to stamp out the pro-Nazi hooligans was feared in Jewish circles here following the destruction by bombs of six synagogues in Paris. An attempt to bomb a seventh synagogue was thwarted when the bomb was discovered and the fuse removed. Several days after the bombings, apparently perpetrated by a well-organized gang of anti-Jewish terrorists, the police remained silent, stating merely that an investigation was continuing. Two persons were injured when the bombs exploded, leaving only the walls of the synagogue standing. Among the synagogues demolished were the temple on Rue de la Victoire, seat of the Jewish Consistory of France, and the Sephardic synagogue in Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth, where the remains of James Rothschild, a founder of the House of Rothschild, were interred. The other synagogues were on the streets: Tournelles, Montepan, Copernic and Pavee. Advices reaching here stated that Paris is seething with antiJewish activity, inspired by the violent Jew-baiter Jacques Doriot. Recent bombings of synagogues in Marseilles and Vichy were traced to youthful members of Doriot's anti-Semitic party. Jerusalem (WNS) — Saddened by the loss of one of the Zionist movement's greatest leaders, the Palestine Jewish community united in paying final tribute to Menaham Mendel Ussishkin, president of the Jewish National Fund, who died here at the age of 78. Mr. Ussishkin, who predicted two weeks ago in a precedentshattering radio broadcast to the Jews of Soviet Russia that "the Jewish nation will live forever and its future will be safe," was buried in "Nikanor's Cave" in the grounds of the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus, in accordance with his own request. Thousands of Jews, many of them weeping, lined the streets of Jerusalem as the funeral procession, headed by Palestine Government officials, representatives of foreign governments and Palestine Jewish leaders, made its way through the streets of the historic city. Schools were closed and all Jewish activity was suspended during the funeral, probably the most impressive in the history of modern Palestine. Jewish school children preceded the procession, followed by the pall bearers, who were selected from the surviving members of the first World Zionist Congress members of the Jewish Agency and representatives of the Vaad Leumi. The Zionist leader's family followed the pall bearers. The procession proceeded up Ussishkin Street and halted momentarily at the synagogue where the Russian-born Zionist head used to worship. Another stop was made at the Jewish National Fund building and then the procession moved slowly to Mount Scopus. "Nikanor's Cave," uncovered ten years ago during excavations by Prof. Sukenik. dates back to the time of the Second Temple. According to legend, the Roman legions started their attack on Jerusalem from this spot. Mr. Ussishkin left two messages in sealed envelopes, one marked "To be opened at my death," the other, "To be opened seven days after my death." The first note contained instructions about the funeral and asked that no eulogies be delivered and that no flowers cover the casket. In his last request, Mr. Ussishkin asked that the Jewish blue-white flag cover his casket and that only "Kaddish" and "El Mole Rachim" be recited at the burial ceremany. Mr. Ussishkin remained concerned with the developments affecting the Jewish people everywhere up to the last minutes of his life. Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog visited the Zionist leader a few hours before his death and discussed the latest Palestine situation. Immediately after the Chief Rabbi's departure, Mr. Ussishkin became weaker and died a few minutes after Dr. Rokach arrived. When Dr. Rokach entered the room, Mr. Ussishkin turned to him and said: "Zehu Hasof." (This is the end). Five minutes later the great Zionist leader had died. Despite his weakened condition resulting from a recent operation which he underwent in the Hadassah Rothschild University hospital in Jerusalem, Mr. Ussishkin remained active in Zionist affairs and insisted in participating in last week's Jerusalem (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)



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PAGE TWO +Jeistncridian FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1941 Social Personals • • Clubs • • Organizations PERSONALS ORGANIZATIONS H. Spivack and Harry Decky left for a short business trip to New York. • • • I. Rosengarten left Saturday for a ten-day combined business and pleasure trip to New York City. • • • Dr. Alfred Augustme has returned to his home here after spending a month in North Carolina. • • • Mr and Mrs Harry Ehrlieh and daughter. Ruth, of Stroudsburg. Pa. are at present visiting in Miami. They will make their home here. • • • Miss Miriam Bluestone. arrived frc.T. New York Saturday and will be the house guest of r.er aunt and uncie. Mr. and Mrs M. Miller. • • • Miss Rosalind Friedman left Wednesday for New York where she will be maid of honor at the wedding of her cousin. Miss Rose Gc!dberg. On her trip she will make stops, visiting with friends a: Charlotte N. C Baltimore. Md.. and Chicago. ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Gardner of Miami Beach celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary •..".:; week. They were the recipienta of many congratulatory' tings. BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs Dan B. Ruskin, announce the Bar Mitzvah cele-. bration c: their son. Lloyd Leon; Ruskin. which will be held at. Temple Israel of Miami on Fri-, day evening. October 10th. at 8 15 p. m. A reception in honor 1 of their son will be tendered by I Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin in Kaplan; Hall, following the services. The Freda Markowitz Ladies Auxiliary of tne Jewish War Veterans No. 174. will hold their | regular meeting at the Beth Da' vid synagogue. October 13th at 8 p.m. • • • Due to the Simchat Torah holi1 day on Tuesday. October 14th. Mrs. Ida Buckstein. president of [the Ladies Auxiliary'Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. has announced the next regular meeting will take place. Wednesday afternoon. October 15th at 2 o'clock at the new synagogue. • • • Iota Chi Sorority will hold a rush party in the form of a Columbus Day tea Sunday. October 12th from 3 to 5 p. m. at the home of Miss Lois Riesner. 1867 S W. :3th street. Rushees are Sara August. Phyllis Bloom. Gloria Berry. Evelyn Keane. Nairn: Miller. Claire Malbin and Sally Manteli. • • • Dr. F. A. Chasan. New York Psychologist, will give the second lecture, on Reason and Emotion in the Scheme of Life, before the Spinoza Forum, this Saturday afternoon. 3 30 p. m.. at 11th street, between Collins avenue and Ocean drive. Miami Beach. General discussion will follow the lecture. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will preside at the session. • • • Dade Business and Professional Women's Club, commemorating the 14th Annual Business Women's Week proclaimed by the President, held a "Bring Your Boss'' luncheon Wednesday at the Seven Seas Restaurant. An elaborate program was presented and many prominent officials attended. Mrs. Rose Ehrlieh presented a plaque to the Mayor of Miami. C. H. Rec-der. • • • The Sigma Phi Kappa Sororityheld their first rush tea at the Crescent Hotel. Saturday. Miss Carol Bauer, president gave the welcoming address. Those in Season's Greetings CROUCH U-DRIVE-IT 1140 BUcayne Blvd.. Ph. 3-5861 BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 2 6085 PHONE 51317 ROOMY CAPESKIN HANDBAGS with the new soft look and feel J 3 .00 They're fashion-spice for your fall suits or dresses! Top handles and underarm styles with shirring and gathers to give you plenty of room. Black, brown and navy in group. BETTER HANDBAGS. MIAMI 8TORE. STREET PLOQB charge of arrangements were: Peverly Rapheal. Doris Kane and Helena Rapheal. Rushes invited to the candle light services are Charlotte Black. Thelma Berger. Barbara Berger. Connie Eisenstein. Clara Bolotin. Rosyln Miller. Harriet Feinberg and Sandy Ephrim. These rushees will become pledges after the services. e e e Mrs. Julius Jacobs is serving as chairman of "Y Day."' a unique affair of the Young Women's Hebrew Association which will be held on Wednesday. October 15th. Throughout the day. morning, afternoon and evening, members of the Y and their friends in Greater Miami are Sponsoring simultaneously card and mah >ongg parties in their homes for the benefit of the organization. Luncheons, refreshments and open house gatherings are on the day's program. A desire to participate in the event can be fulfilled by calling 2-4471. A partial list of hostesses and their addresses for the event include. Miami: Mrs. M. Lavine. 2117 S. W, 5th St.: Miss Irene Cohen. 18 N. W. 5th St.: Mrs. M. Sager. 2026 S. W. 14th Ter.: Mrs. A. Edelman. 2354 S. W. 21st St.: Mrs. A. Burger. 1234 S. W. 4th St.: Mrs. R. H. Frank. 1978 N. W. 22nd Ct.; Mrs. Frank Rose. 3671 S W. 12th St.: Mrs. A. E. Wolfe. 2248 S. W. 25th St.: Mrs. Bernard Sedon. 520 S. W. 26th Rd.; Mrs. Louis Pallot. 1652 N. W. 1st St.: Mrs. Alex Suberman. 514 S. W. 26th Rd.: Mrs. Herman Bloom. 1540 S. W. 14th Ter.: Mrs. Sam Silberman. 1937 N. W. 6th St.: Mrs. William Friedman. Mrs. Milton Friedman. 1431 N. W. 2nd St. And from Miami Beach: Mrs. B. Marbach, 1308 Pennsylvania Ave.; Mrs. Rose Vitsky. 737 Jefferson Ave.: Mrs. J. Schiff. 1250 Lincoln Rd.; Mrs. Max Bergman. 726 Jefferson Ave. Mrs. J. Schaffer. Mrs. M. Levinson and Mrs. H. Hacker will en' tertain together with open house at the home of the latter. 1481 N. W. 7th Street. B R I S I M An event of last Sunday was the wedding of Suzanne Benezra. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Benezra. and Jack Aboulafia. son I of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Aboulafia. which took place at the bride's home, 800 N. W. 44th street with Rabbi Max Shapiro performing the ceremony. The bride and groom were given in marriage by their parents. Attendants were Mary and Betty Aboulafia. Isaac Levy, uncle of the groom, was best man. After honeymooning in Cuba the couple will reside in West Palm Beach where Mr. Aboulafia is stationed at Morrison Field The bris of Howard Elliott son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Canto took place Wednesdav at fa? son Memorial Hospital with R ev J. Malek officiating. e • Rev. J Malek officiated at the bris of Harvey Roy. son of Mr and Mrs. I. Meltzer, which took place at St Francis Hospital this week. !" BIRTHS Moscow (WNS)—The position of the Soviet government with regard to freedom of religion was clarified in an official statement issued here by S. A. Lozovsky. the Soviet Union's spokesman. "There is freedom of worship in the U. S. S. R.," Mr. Lozovsky said. "This means any Soviet citizen may adhere to any religion which is a matter for the conscience of each citizen. Religion is a private affair for the Soviet citizen in which the State does not interfere and considers it unnecessary to interfere. •The Constitution of the U. S. S. R. is based on the following: Freedom to worship any religion assumes that religion, church or congregation will not be utilized for overthrow of the existing regime recognized in the country. The policy of the U. S. S. R. toward religious questions is stated briefly and clearly in Article 124 of the Soviet Constitution, which says: In order to insure citizens freedom of conscience the church is separated from the State and the school from the church." Freedom to perform religious rites and freedom of anti-religious propaganda is recognized for all citizens." Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler of 844 N. W. 64th street announce the birth of a daughter. Barbara Estelle on Sunday. September 14th at St. Francis Hospital. SAMUEL ELFMAN DIES AT AGE OF 104 OR 107 YEARS i Philadelphia (W N Si— Samuel Elfman. Russian-born Jew who had never been ill or attended by a doctor until overtaken by old age last month, died here at the age of 104 or 107. 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