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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 14No. 44
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
10 MEET SUNDAY
Brandeis Balfour Day and Ussishkin Memorial
Meetings to be Observed by Greater Miami Sunday
A national observance of Brandeis-Balfour Day and Ussishkin Memorial meetings will be
served by Greater Miami with
H. L. Lurie. executive director
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, will
attend the meeting of the South.
em Regional Executive Commit-
tee in Chattanooga, on November
2nd. announced Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, president of the South-
eastern Region of the Council.
This will be an especially im-
portant meeting." said Mr. Meyer.!
"providing for consideration of,
regional administrative business'
and projects and for round table i
discussion of problems common
to all our communities. In the i
[ace of the growing gravity of
many of the problems with which
our local communities have to
deal, it is necessary that we coun-1
sel together in planning our re-j
gional and local activities."
The first part of the meeting
will be devoted to regional plan-
ning, said Mr. Meyer. Follow-
ing this will be round table dis-
cussions on campaigning, local I
social services, and community I
planning in relation to national
defense activities.
Leading the discussion on 1941 |
campaigns in the Southeastern |
Region will be Donald Oberdor-
fer, of Atlanta, co-chairman of
the 1941 Atlanta Jewish Welfare
Fund campaign and chairman of
the Groups Division of the cur-
rent Community Chest drive.
Dr. David Fishman of New Or-
leans, executive director of the
Jewish Charitable and Educa-
tional Federation and the Jew-
ish Welfare Fund of that city,
will lead the discussion on local
social services, including refugee
programs. The third topic to be
considered at the meeting, "Com-
munity Planning in relation to
the National Defense Program."
will be presented by Hirsh Kap-
lan, executive director of the Y.
M. H. A. in Nashville, and secre-
tary of the Nashville Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and Jewish Com-
munity Council.
Mr. Meyer announced the af-
filiation with the Council of two
new member agencies in the
Southeastern Regionthe Feder-
ation of Jewish Charities of Tus-
caloosa. Alabama and the newly
organized Jewish Welfare Organi-
zation of Tampa, Florida. This
brings the total of Council mem-
ber agencies in the Southeastern
Region to 30, out of a total of
more than 215 member agencies
throughout the country.
Members of the Southern Re-
gional Executive Committee from
Miami include: Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, president: Stanley C.
Myers and Max Orovitz.
Louis D. Brandeis
ob-
meeting at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday night. November 2nd, spon-
sored by the Y. M. H. A. and the
Zionist groups of the area. Bran-
deis, world-famous Zionist and
late Justice of the United States
Supreme Court and M. M. Ussish-
kin. late president and founder of
the Jewish National Fund, will
be eulogized on the program
which includes Mendel Fischer
of New York City. Executive Di-
rector of the Jewish National
Fund of America: Judge Stanley
Milledge. president of the Dade
County Bar Association: Harry
Simonhoff and Mrs. Max Dobrin.
Rabbi Max Shapiro is chairman
of the arrangements committee.
Cantors Maurice Mamches, H.
Marbein and Joseph Malek will
present the musical portion of
the program.
M. M. Ussishkin
ASSEMBLY WILL CONSIDER
POST-WAR RACE PROBLEMS
Washington (WNS)A demo-
cratic post-war program for solu-
tion of racial and religious prob-
lems is the principal objective of
an Assembly for Justice to Na-
tional Minorities, according to a
proclamation sent this week to
ambassadors and representatives
of all Allied, exiled and anti-
Nazi Governments.
The proclamation, signed by
George Gordon Battle, noted at-
torney, in behalf of a sponsoring
committee under the auspices of
the Jewish Survey.
HRLili
FIRST COMMITTEE
TO BE D1SBAWDED
New York (WNS)The Ameri-
ca First Committee will disband
if its isolationist program re-
mains ineffective, it was report-
ed by the magazine "Newsweek"
which described General Wood,
head of America First, as "deep-
ly disturbed" over the pro-Nazi
elements which have filtered in-
to various America First chap-
ters.
General Wood was worried
that the "shoddy characters" who
have muscled into committee lo-
cals will gain control of the or-
ganization. It is commonly be-
lieved that pro-Nazi elements al-
ready have the upper hand in
America First councils since the
organization endorsed Charles A.
Lindbergh's anti-Jewish stand.
In its report "Newsweek" said:
The group (America First) will
put all it has into the fight
against further war involvement
in the next few weeks. If it
continues to be unsuccessful in
turning the tide, the committee
will disband. Its leaders, partic-
ularly General Wood, have long
felt that if and when the U. S.
gets into a shooting war (even if
unconstitutionally'), every Amer-
ican is obligated to give 100 per
cent support. Also. Wood pro-
fesses to be deeply disturbed ov-
er shoddy characters who have
muscled into committee locals.
He fears they may run away with
the organization."
Another report stated that
Kathryn Lewis, daughter of the
C. I. O. leader and member of
the America First executive com-
mittee, had resigned from the iso-
lationist group but had agreed
to make no public announcement.
Miss Lewis refused either to con-
firm or deny the report.
Meanwhile, it was announced
that Campaigners of American-
ism Inc., will petition the St.
Louis County court to change the
name of Lindbergh Boulevard
back to Denny Road, which it
was called before Charles A.
Lindbergh flew across the Allan-
tic The Campaigners charge
that Lindbergh has changed his
colors from red, white and blue
to "a Nazi shade of yellow.
LEADER PELLEY SURRENDERS
TO CAROLINA AUTHORITIES
Ashville. N. C. (WNS)William
Dudley Pelley. publisher of the
violently anti-Semitic magazine,
"The Liberator." and leader of
the Silver Shirts of America, gave
himself up to the Buncombe
County authorities who had a
warrant for his arrest for vio-
lation of conditions of his parole.
Pelley, who considered him-
self an author, scientist and mys-
tic of no mean calibre, was found
guilty in 1935 of violation of the.
North Carolina "blue sky" law
as a result of certain stock tran-
sactions.
CART EH EXPOSES
FEDERATION OF
IN U. S.
New York (WNS)Joseph Mc-
Williams, leader of the anti-
Semitic American Destiny Party
whose career as a professional
Jew-baiter was temporarily cur-
tailed early last month when he
was found guilty of making vio-
lent anti-Jewish street corner
speeches, was back in the news
and in jail this week.
In his last appearance in court
McWilliams was sentenced to 60
days in jail but was released on
parole on the strength of his
promise that he would refrain
from his customary pogrom-in-
citing street corner orations. The
slick. 37-year-old pro-Nazi failed
to keep his word and was rear-
rested by members of the crimin-
al alien squad.
McWilliams. who once, sur-
rounded by a mob of his hench-
men, bravely challenged a lone
Jew in his audience to step up
and fight, indulged in an orgy of
self-pity after his arrest and from
his headquarters came word that
the American would-be "Fuehr-
er" was being used as a "political
football."
Pleading that he was unfami-
liar with the charges of violation
of probation, Defense Counsel H.
M. Richardson asked for an ad-
journment of the case when Mc-
William was haled into court.
Magistrate William A. Hoppin
agreed to adjourn the case for a
few days, but only with the pro-
vision that McWilliant spend the
intervening days in jail.
New York (WNS)Boake Car-
ter, radio commentator and syn-
dicated columnist who has fre-
quently been accused of har-
boring anti-Semitic and pro-Fas-
cist views, this week hurled the
charge of anti-Semitism against
the Anglo-Saxon Federation of
America.
Mr. Carter disclosed in his
column in the New York Daily
Mirrior that his invitation to
address the annual convention
of the Anglo-Saxon Federation
in Grand Rapids. Mich., on Octo-
ber 18th, was withdrawn when
it became known that the news
analyst planned to include mater-
ial debunking anti-Semitic pro-
paganda. The invitation was
withdrawn. Mr. Carter said, by
Howard R. Rand, head of the
Federation, after Rand had made
several attempts to persuade Car-
ter to alter his proposed address.
The commentator wrote in his
column: "Based on my own stud-
ies and in cooperation with two
Hebrew scholars. I wrote a lec-
ture in which I maintained that
the House of Judah and the
House of Joseph (symbolical of
the Ten Lost Tribes) are given
equal standing in the eyes of
God in the pages of His Blue-
print.
"I stated that, on the basis of
irrefutable evidence, it might be
a mistake if the Anglo-Saxon
Federation of Americawhich
seems to be Randarrogated to
itself a monopoly of God's bles-
sings, as stated in the Bible, and
to read out of the rightful posi-
tion in the Scripture, Judah and
descendants of Judah, known to-
day as Jews."
Mr. Carter disclosed that he
had taken steps "to publicise na-
tionally the anti-Semitic leanings
of the Anglo-Saxon Feederation.
as directed by Rand. When anti-
Semitism is used to coerce free
discussion, I feel it should be
promptly exposed."
(Mr. Carter's association with
the Anglo-Saxon Federation
might have been ended earlier
had he delved into its back-
ground. The Federation has long
been known as anti-Semitic.---
Ed. Note.)
FLQRIDA STATE
CONFERENCE TO
BE HELD IN TAMPA
Jewish leaders from communi-
ties of all parts of Florida will
attend the Florida State Confer-
ence sponsored by the Florida
State Resettlement Committee
and the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds South-
eastern Region at Tampa, Florida
on November 16th. Elry Stone,
chairman. Day J. Apte and Baron
de Hirsch Meyer co-chairmen an-
nounced. The program of the
conference this year. Mr. Stone
said, will focus primarily on the
organization of local communi-
ties to cope with its philanthropic
and other responsibilitieslocal,
national and overseas. Represen-
tatives of the important national
agencies will be present to pre-
sent a picture of their work and
the needs to be met. In order to
aid communities in performing
their local functions there will
be a discussion on fund raising
and budgeting.
In announcing the meeting Mr
Apte stated. "The Florida State
Resettlement Committee was or-
ganized in March 1939 for the
purpose of intergrating new-
comers in the community and
making them self-supporting and
good American citizens." The
organization in performing its
function seeks the cooperation of
individual communities through-
out the State and has consider-
able achievement to its credit to-
day.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds South-
eastern Region is a national co-
operative organization of over
200 Jewish community agencies.
"The council." said Mr. Meyer,
"concerns itself in organizing
Jewish community resources to
serve Jewish group needslocal,
regional, national and overseas.
It seeks to determine methods
and practices in the welfare
fields, such established standards
and principles to guide its mem-
bers. It helps foster local leader-
ship in organizing communal pro-
jects and to encourage partici-
pation in organizing welfare pro-
grams."
1942 GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
WELFARE FUNDS CHICAGO
New York (WNS)The 1942
General Assembly of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds will be held in Chi-
cago during the week-end of
January 31st. to February 2nd.
1942. it was announced here by
Samuel Markell. of Boston, chair-
man of the program committee.
The Council's Board of Direc-
tors, meeting recently in Cleve-
land, approved a recommenda-
tion that the 1942 Assembly con-
sist entirely of working sessions
attended by duly accredited dele-
gates and to a limited extent by
non-members on the basis of spec-
ial and direct concern. National
and functional agency participa-
tion will be on a consultative
basis or for the purpose of con-
tributing data and information on
resources.
Present plans call for the Gen-
eral Assembly to function through
several committees, each having
a subject for intensive examina-
tion, discussion and report.


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PAGE THREE
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KOMMENTS

The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
There's raving and ranting
And all kinds of chanting
In fact some of them swear
And others tear their hair
About the Center on the Beach
That they claim is a leech
What is it they cry
Do we need it and why?
And to you Queen, I write
You've put King to fright
With the rhyme you've sent
I see your best efforts lent
Please remember my dear
Though you shed a tear
That they're here to stay
No matter what you say
Some wrongs they have done
In your land of the sun
There's merit to your cry
As you scream my-o-my
But there can be right
Without the hint of might
So be sureTell 'em their wrongs
You'll find we all sing new songs.
SAQKE G. ROSE
IS HONORED HI
WELFARE MEET
The annual meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau combined
with that of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the organization was held
last Monday night at which time
a large gathering of members
decided to amend the by-laws
calling for a change in the fiscal
year from that of October 1st to
February 1st to conform with
that of Community Chest .
Rabbi Max Shapiro was unani-
mously selected as secretary to
fill a vacancy caused by the resig-
nation of M. J. Kopelowitz, not
at present in Miami.
The Welfare Bureau observing
its 19th year of existence and
11th year under its present char-
ter and name, handled a total of
1718 cases during the year, fur-
nishing relief, medical care, trans-
portation and other necessary
services to indigent persons.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, presi-
dent of the Bureau, was chair-
man of the evening and led the
discussions following the various
reports presented.
The Bureau also ooserved the
10th year of services of its Ex-
ecutive Secretary, Mrs. Sayde G.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
There's been quite a com-
motion caused by the new Jew-
ish Center on the Beach .
Maybe because the display of
aggressivness following a state
of lethargy that existed .
King refrained from {Com-
menting because the path fol-
lowed was a little too winding
to be sure What every-
body wants to know, is it a
synagogue with center activi-
ties, or a center with a syna-
gogue ... Its a touchy situa-
tion with everyone ostensibly
trying to do the right thing.
Further developments on the
aircraft corporation and its em-
ployment policy will have more
ramifications than anticipated.
when the top blows off.
You figure out the moral
why so many people were sick
last week following a dinner .. .
Kommcnt's from all Korners
on last week's Kaustic Kom-
ments, although they were noth-
ing more than statement of fact.
And the southwest congregation
is not the only one that has its
problems the pioneer in the
field called a meeting two
employees wanted to vote to fill
the quorum that was lacking
. messengers were sent out to
try to garner sufficient and
calls were made until 11 o'clock
to members' homes by phone
waking many of them up .
FEDERHTIOn FLUSHES
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion has selected Harry Sirkin
and Mrs. Max Dobrin to the Bud-
get Committee for 1941-42. Mr.
Sirkin has been active in Miami
Beach and is well-known among
business and social circles there.
Mrs. Dobrin. past president of
Hadassah, has been active in
many Jewish organizations.
Federation establishes an all
year round publicity program
headed by Fred Shochet. The
newly appointed chairman of the
Public Relations Committee plans
to enroll the assistance on a vol-
untary basis of professional pub-
licity men to help plan the all
year round publicity program of
Federation. The committee will
study the best methods of in-
forming the Jewish Community
of Miami of the importance of
Federation activities and will
participate in the presentation of
the activities of Federation and
the agencies receiving support
from the Greater Miami cam-
paign.
A special dinner sponsored by
the Budget Committee of Federa-
tion will be held November 13th
honoring Isidor Coons of the
United Jewish Appeal and Rich-
ard Gutstadt, director of the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation and rep-
resentative of the United Defense
Appeal. The dinner will be
open to members of the board of
directors of Federation and of-
ficers of the Federation cam-
paign. Mr. Coons and Mr. Gut-
stadt will speak on the activities
on the United Jewish Appeal and
the Joint Defense Council.
The Executive Committee of
Federation at a special meeting
held on Wednesday issued an ap-
peal requesting that organizations
of Greater Miami refrain from
any major solicitation of funds in
the city until after February 1st,
the end of the Federation cam-
paign.
Several organizations have
been planning fund raising events
for congregational and organiza-
tional purposes that are not a part
of the Federation program. The
Executive Committee expressed
its sympathy with the efforts of
organizations to adequately sup-
port those sen-ices which are
necessary to meet the needs of
Greater Miami, but stressed the
importance of first considering
the major responsibility of this
city for the major overseas, na-
tional, regional and local agen-
cies.
It was pointed out the Federa-
tion was established by Miami to
meet the responsibility in one
unified drive of these major or-
ganizations and this single cam-
paign which will be held in
January should receive prece-
dence.
Dr Selig Hecht. Professor of
Biophysics at Columbia Univer-
sity was awarded the Freder-
ick Ives Medal by the Optical So-
cieety of America at the organi-
zation's annual dinner. Dr. Hecht
specialized in processes involved
in human vision.
Memorial Meeting
Attend the Brandeis-Ussishkin
Memorial meeting at the "Y"
Sunday night. A solemn and im-
pressive affair will be held and
noted national speakers are on
the program.
Senator Graham to Lead Forum
The second Public Forum of
the season will be held at the
"Y" next Tuesday evening, No-
vember 4, at 8:30 o'clock. Senator
Ernest R. Graham will be the
guest speaker and his topic will
be: "Do the Legislatures of the
various states pass too many
laws? Are not the present laws
on the statute books adequate to
cope with the present day crises?"
Al Pallot will act as moderator.
The public is invited. Admission
is free.
Red Cross Classes
Mrs. Joseph Schaffer will be-
gin instructions in Red Cross
First Aid at the Y next Tuesday,
November 4, at 10 o'clock. All
persons interested, please register
at the Y office prior to that time.
Boys' Group
A meeting of the Boys' Group
from 16 years of age and up-
wards will be held at the Y on
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. All
boys over 16 are asked to be pres-
ent at that time as fine enter-
tainment will take place. It is
planned to have a few boxing
bouts and refreshments will be
served. Don't miss it. Loads of
surprises and fun,
"Y" Workshop
One of the finest projects from
a practical point of view is the
Y workshop. This is in charge of
Edgar Copp. The children are
taught the art of woodcraft and
the present project is the model-
ing of boats. Come around and
see for yourself what a wonder-
ful innovation this project has
given to the children.
Executive Director Plans Program
at the Beach
In response to many requests
Sadye G. Rose
Rose, to the organization. Mrs.
Rose was executive secretary of
the Beth Abraham Home for In-
curables in New York City for
five years prior to her coming to
Miami in 1926. During the in-
terim, until 1931 whe,n she took
up her duties with the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, she was active
and held offices in many organi-
zations in the area and served as
charter secretary of Emunah
Chapter O E. S. No. 175. Her
scope of activities in addition to
the Welfare Bureau work also
includes social service and re-
settlement of refugees and the
administration of the Baron de
Hirsch LoanFund. Mrs. Rose is
a member of the Dade County
Board of Visitors, state Board of
National Youth Administration.
vice president of the National
Council Jewish Women and many
other organizations and social
service groups.
A gift was presented to Mrs.
Rose in appreciation of her de-
voted and untiring efforts to the
Bureau by the officers and mem-
bers of the Boards of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, the Ladies Aux-
iliary and the Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund.
TO CHECK
ws
J^*^ IN /DAYS
^666
from Beach residents, Maurice
Grossman, executive director, is
conferring with a committee with
a view of planning monthly pro-
grams at Miami Beach. Book re-
views, concerts and meetings un-
der the sponsorship of the Y will
be held this coming season. Watch
these columns for further details.
General Meeting Wednesday,
November 5
A general meeting of the Men's
Senior Division will be held at
the Y this Wedneesday evening,
November 5. The main matter
of the meeting will be the adop-
tion of the constitution. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Schwartz's Keep Duckpin Lead
With competition becoming
keener each Thursday, anything
could and most likely will hap-
pen in the Y Duckpin League.
Marty Milstein bowled a 139
game to win a sports shirt from
Al Wise's Sport Shop. Following
are the current standings and av-
erages:
Team W. L.
Schwartz .............................. 14 7
Al Berky ..................... 13 8
Seitlin .................................... 12 9
Spector ........................... 10 11
Abe Berky ............................10 11
Reisman................................ 9 12
Streit........ 9 12
Weinkle ......... 7 14
Individual Standings
M. Milstein............. 108
Weinkle............................. 105
Reisman ................... 103
Berkowitz ............................... 103
S. Levin 103
Kronenfeld 103
Levinson .. 102
Al Berky ................... 102
Grossman ......... 101
Schwartz 100
Chertkof ............ 100
Abe Berky.......................... 100
High set. Levin. 357: high
game. Reisman, 137: team set,
Spector, 1546.
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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phono 2-1M76
Office Phone 2-H73
HENRY MARBEIN. Cantor
:;n s. W. 5th A.V6. Tel. 3-M72
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. RELLNER, Rabbi
1S23 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone t-5191
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.F.K. Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone .0829
TALMl'D TORAH
1545 S. \V. Third Street
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
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DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-132S
MALRICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. V. 21st Terrace
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 .... 3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
Late Friday Evening Services
Remember, next Friday eve-
ning will begin the tenth consec-
utive late Friday evening services
under the direction of Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Henry Marbein
with a large choir of mixed
voices will chant the liturgic mel-
odies. We expect to see a large
number of members and friends.
Congregational Services
This Saturday at 10:30 will
usher in the Junior Congrega-
tional services for this year. Da-
vid Jacobs and Harvey Sootin
will be the "Readers" of respons-
ive reading, and Bernard Dick-
son will be the "Reader" of the
Torah; Meyer Greenberg will
chant the services, and Rabbi
ipiro will expound the "Portion
of Law" every Saturday. A kid-
[] be served in the au-
m immediately after the
tion.
Hebrew School
itration is still open for
Sell ol, and i
we ask all parents who
have n gistered their children
to delay any lunger.
Sunday School
Twelve classes, under the su-
rvision of the majority of reg-
istered teachers of Dade county
have begun the regular curricu-
lum. This Sunday will be the
final week of registration. Par-
's who wish to register their
children at our Sunday School.
will please do so this Sunday
Ming at 9:45.
Bar Mitzvahs
The following boys will be bar
mitzvah for the next three
months: Elmer Oliphant. Nov.
J2: Melvin Fisher. Nov. 29: Ber-
: I Kaler. Dec. 6th: Harvey Rel-
ui and Alen Eber. Dec. 13:
Jerry Rauzin, Dec. 20: Joe
Schneider, Dec. 27: Albert Kahn.
Jan. 3; also Edward Somberg.
Marvin Rubinstein. Eli Argintar
and Bernard Shenkman the lat-
ter part of January.
Radio Hour
This Sunday is known as "Bal-
four Day" and in view of this ob-
servance Rabbi Max Shapiro will
conduct a forum over Station
WIOD this Sunday from 4:30 to
5 o'clock, with representatives of
the Hadassah-Mizrachi and Labor
Zionists participating. Cantor
Henry Marbein will be heard in
appropriate songs.
Refua Shlaema
Members of Beth David Con-
gregation and Sisterhood pray to
the Almighty that He grant an
immediate and permanent cure
to Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer.
Sisterhood Board Meeting
A board meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. Sam Weissel
200 Coral Way, Coral Gables,
Monday evening, Nov. 3, at 7:30
o'clock. All officers, board mem-
bers and chairmen of committees
are asked to attend.
Card, Bingo and Mah Jongg
Through the courtesy of the
Y. M. H. A., Beth David Sister-
hood will sponsor an Armistice
card, bingo and mah jongg party
Sunday evening, Nov. 9th in the
club rooms of the Y. M. H. A.
All proceeds to be used for oui
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls________7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon________8:00 a. m. !
Mincha---------------------5:30 p.m.
Maariv________.........__ 6:00 p. m
Friday .......... 5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service..........9:00 p. m.
Services Schedule
Daily Services ............__ 8 A. M.
Evening Services ______ 6 P. M.
Saturday ....................__ 9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat ........_......_ 5 P.M.:
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
R:.i :js
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-12(5
Miami Beach
RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1733
Synagogue Services Rabbi Zw tn will he In the Tem-
riailv- fifin A \t VXf) P M ,,!" v,':y morning:. You may i
uailv H.UU A. M.. o.oU f. m w(th him ,, ,,... oncernlng th-
and 6:00 P. M.
Installation
Close to three hundred people
were present at the installation
ceremonies for the new officers
held last Sunday night. The of-
ficers and the members of the
board of directors take this means
of expressing their sincere thanks
to all those present and Benja-
min Meyers and Leo Robinson
who so excellently conducted the
affair. A special thanks are due
to the committee of the Ladies
headed by Mrs. M. Bear and
Mrs. M. Rifas who provided the
refreshments.
Sunday School
We are happy to report that all
classes in the Sunday School
function already and that a
splendid curriculum of studies
ha.- been prepared and is being
put into effect. Rabbi Kellner
meets with the Sunday School
faculty every Wednesday evening
at which time the problem
each class are individually dis-
cussed and the rabbi lectures on
some important phase of educa-
tional activity. Next V.
Rabbi Kellner will lead a dis-
cussion on "Transfer of Train-
ing."
Congratulations
We are happy to extend sin-
cere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr.
and Mrs. A. Weisfeld upon the
birth of their daughter annd hope
that they will raise their new
born offspring in health and
happiness.
Mazel Tov
We are pleased to greet Mr.
and Mis. Sherwood Levine upon
the birth of their new born son
and pray that they may raise
him in good Jewishness and great
happiness.
Path of Sorrows
We extend sincere condolences
to I. Lasky upon the loss of his
mother Oleho Hasholom and pray
that he may console amidst the
mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
Unveiling
The unveiling of the monument
to the memory of the late Morns
E. Marcus will take place this
coming Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn cemetery. All friends
are respectfully invited to attend.
Talmud Torah. Mrs. Norman Ja-
cobs, chairman, will be in
charge of this affair, and her
committee. Mrs. Elix Hinkes. Mrs.
Sam Haas and Mrs. J. Engler
will serve as hostesses. Refresh-
ments will be served, and prizes
will be awarded. Won't you join
us at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday
evening. Nov. 9th and bring your
friends? ,
Dates of Sisterhood Calendar to
Be Remembered
November 9th. card, bingo and
mah jongg at Y. M. H. A.; Nov.
19th annual Membership Tea.
Roof of Alcazar Hotel: November
26th. annual Food Sale: Nov. 30
Barn Dance. Beth David Talmud
Torah: Dec. 10th. Beth David Sis-
terhood Day: Dec. Mfc. Sunday
School P. T. A. Carnival. Dec. U,
Sisterhood's traditional Chanuk-
kah Dinner.
Sabbath Services
This Friday evening at 8:00
o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will
preach on the subject. "God
Shaves with a Razor." A well
known New York cantor will of-
ficiate with a local choir direct-
ed by Miss Ruth Brotman. On
Saturday morning the rabbi will
preach on the Scriptural lesson.
At 10 o'clock the Junior Congre-
gation will meet. At 5 o'clock
the oneg shabbos symposium will
take place.
Sisterhood Affair
Fully five hundred men and
women enjoyed the dutch supper,
card party and mah jongg held at
the Center under the auspices of
the Sisterhood. It was the first
gala event of the year's social
season and was voted by every-
one present as a huge sui
President Helen Schoenfeld ex-
l congratulations t
Simms, chairlady of the
and t" ail the la lii s wl assisi
in this magnificent |
The Rabbi's Installation
Leo Robinson, chairman of the
llation dinner comm
-ure in announcing
Dr. Max Arzt. formerly pres
of the Rabbinical Assembly
America and professor at the
Jewish Theological Seminary oi
America, has definitely accepted
' the Center's invitation to be the
| guest speaker at Dr. Bension's
I installation dinner, which will
be held on Sunday evening. No-
I vember 23rd at the Victor Hotel.
I Reservations may be made at
Tenter office. The Rabbin-
ical installation will be linked
with the installation of the of-
and directors of the newly
organized Center Men's club.
College of Jewish Studies
The College of Jewish Studies
is making excellent progress to-
' wards completing its reorganiza-
tion program. Already provision
has been made for classes in
Jewish sacred music and in Jew-
'ish history- Additional courses
are provided in American Jew-
ish history'- in Bible interpreta-
tion, elementary and advanced
Hebrew. Jewish ceremonies. Jew-
ish thought. Rabbi Carl Press.
i Ph. D.. has graciously consent-
ed to join the teaching staff. Ad-
ditional registrations will be re-
ceived all this week. Sessions
are held evenings.
Parents-Children's Rally
Last Tuesday night our Center
Auditorium was filled to capac-
I itv with hundreds of parents and
children who enjoyed hugely a
magnificent program of Biblical
and patriotic moving pictures in-
cluding Palestine slides. This
was the first of a series of Par-
I ent-Children rallies which will
be carried through during the
school season.
Junior Congregation
The Junior Congregation will
begin its services this Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock. Sermon-
ettes will be preached and the
prayers will be explained to the
children. Boys and girls ages 11
to 18 are cordially invited to at-
tend and participate.
Sabbath: 5:15 A. M.. 9:00 A.
M.. 5:15 P. M.. and 6:15 P. M.
Junior Congregation: 9:00 A. M.
Saturday: refreshments served.
Minnionaire service: 9:00 A. M.
Sunday: breakfast.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
preach Saturday morning on
"From Thy Land." At Shalosh
S'oodoss he will speak on
Portion of the Week." Cantor
J'lr tui in", iiiii>. i jn.w ... *--
w:th him on matl ernlng the
Jewish community, or youi personal
I. You wl
I :,:.'i advii e, and,
.- will be
held In st:. I lence.
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the Congregation."Hillel.
Regular services will be held
at Temple Israel this Friday
T?! evening. October 31st. at 8:15.
' Rabbi Colman A. Z will
of the Week." Cantor ch on tfte subject -Get Thee
Maurice Mamches will chant the Qut of Thy Land." The modern
services.
Junior Congregation
Services will be held Friday
evening at 5:30 o'clock: Saturday
morning at 9 a. m. for all Hebrew
school children, young men and
women. Gerald Enerfeld will
deliver a sermon "On the Go.1'
We welcome E. Loskove as
European version.
Sisterhood
"A woman wh th the
Lord, she shall d."Pro-
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael will hold its next mi
on Monday afti rn n. Ni '.ember
^ ,.v..>.v,...v .--------- 3r(j at 2 o'clock in Kaplan Hall.
leader of our Junior Congrega- Fl.aturcd guest speaker at this
tion and Minnionaire services meeting will be M .... K\ass_
He brings with him a great deal executlve director of the Greater
of experience in youth activities Mlami jewjsh F li ration, who
in this country and Palestine. He .,..., fpcak on .
inviti ho can Par. Thal w ... j Fed.
read from the siddur I attend
ath i rvic >s. Minn:
rvices ver.
Sisterh
Sisterhood
A Fi ) Tea will be held
for all mi
une of our Sisterhood pres-
Mrs. B. H. London, 2840
Dr.. Monday, N v. 3rd.
2:00 P. M,
On the program: Lynn Terry,
orofessional magician: Mrs. Har-
old Turk, monologist; Miss Mal-
vina Weiss, our Rabbi and Can-
tor. Let us renew friendships
this Tuesday afternoon.
Religious School
Registration of pupils Sunday
at 10 o'clock. I from 10 to
I
and
r. at
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Temple Israel Bazaar
Each week the Bazi
mittee will its
activities. This
Zinkow and Mrs. E Lo-
vitz. co-chairmen of the Ladies'
Accessory Booth, appeal to the
members of the Temple, and ask
that those who can contribute
ladies' acci Jsoi bags,
handkerchiefs, costume jewelry.
etc. should communicate with
them. Mrs. Lovitz' number is
7-1864 and Mrs Zinkow's num-
- 7-5902. Other inl
regarding the Bazaar and its
volunteer .-'..: obtained
Youth Group
And the hi arts mildren
shall return unt nts."
Bible.
The Program Committee of the
Temple Israel Young People's
League announces a most inter-
esting program for the year's
opening meeting, on Sunday.
November 9th. In addition to
ments and entertainment, there
will be a cultural symposium
along "Information Please" lines.
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12 : r Iren from 5 to 18: from lummm -,lal...... ...........
I kindergarten through threi fr m Mrs. J. G
! of Hebrew high school. Th- n...:. of the B.^.
th hool
asseml al :::30 A. M. The fac-
ulty meets (ach Sunday from 12
I 12:30 P. M.
On the assembly program are:
Jackie Goldfarb. Estelle Merlin.
Marilyn Greenberg. Gladys Ge-
werts. Barbara Lebowitz and Ja-
cob Lurie.
Registration of pupils for daily
classes, daily from 4 to 6 P. M-jthe social activities, consisting of
Classes for children from 6 to lo i reception, dancing, refresh-
from 3 to 7 P. M. Monday. Tues-
day. Wednesday and Thursday.
A complete five year course.
Beach Boy Scout Troop
A Boy Scout Troop has been
organized at the Beth Jacob syn-
agogue. Jack Walters is scout-
master. They meet weekly at
7:30 P. M. Wednesdays.
Beach Young Judea
The Young Judea Chapters are
being organized at the Beth Ja-
cob synagogue. They are for
boys and girls between the ages
of 10 and 18. They begin meet-
ing next Thursday evening. Their
sponsors will be Mrs. Ida Spivak
and Miss Helen Schiff.
New Beach Youth Group
The Miami Beach Maccabeans
are a new organization for young
men. which meets at the Beth
'Jacob synagogue each Tuesday
evening at 7:30 P. M. At this
week's meeting they adopted
; their constitution. On the board
of governors are Rabbi M. Mesch-
leloff. A. L. Mechlowitz. Harold
lTurk and Irving Genet. Boys
13 and older are eligible to mem-
bership. They have a social, cul-
tural and athletic program.
Beach Habonoth
The Miami Beach Habanoth is
planning a theatre project for
this coming month. They meet
each Tuesday evening at the syn-
agogue. Their sponsors are Mrs.
M. Mescheloff and Miss Florence
Genet. They welcome girls be-
tween the ages of 12 and 15.
English Conversation Club
Under the sponsorship of the
local Council of Jewish Women
an English Conversation Club
meets twice wekly. Each mon-
day and Wednesday night at the
Beth Jacob synagogue, under the
leadership of Mrs. I. Levin. All
those interested in improving
their knowledge and use of Eng-
lish are cordially invited.
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RUMANIA 10 SEND
JEWS TO GHETTOS
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PAGE SEVEN
Zurich ( W N S )Rumania,
where more than 10,000 Jews
were massacred in the last two
years in pogroms, both official
and unofficial, added another
chapter to its bloody anti-Jew-
ish history' this week by ordering
the deportation of all Jews living
in Bessarabia and Bukovina to
the Nazi-occupied Russian Uk-
raine. it was reported here.
The latest Rumanian anti-Jew-,
ish measure amounts to a vir-'
tual death sentence for the nun-
is of thousands of Jews in
Bessarabia and Bukovina since
Nazis brought with them into
Ukraine thousands of rabid.
Jew-baiting Ukrainians, w h o
v. t re especially drilled in organiz-
ing pogroms.
The Jews will be sent to hastily
rted ghettos in the neigh
: the Bug River in the Rus-
sian Ukraine, about 100 miles
heir present homes. 7
permitted to take with
.:-. only limited personal pos-
-. the rest being subject
confiscation by the Rurr.&r.iur.
rnment.
The exact number of Jews af-
ted by the expulsion order
, u'.d not be determined. Prior
the Soviet annexation of Bess-
arabia and northern Bukovina it
was estimated that there were
: arly 400.000 Jews in these
areas. It was believed here that
.-. large number of these Jews
.r.aged to escape with the re-
:: ating Soviet armies.
G- at ral Ion Antonescu. violent-
ly ur.:.-Semitic and pro-Naz: Pre-
r of Rumania, justified the
mass deportations to the Ukracr.e
ghettos by raising the Nazi-au-
red -.".arge that the Jews were
"C mmunist agents and sabo-
teiu This policy was laid
in Berlin shortly after the
stan of the Russo-N'azi war and
has been assidiously applied is
all Nazi-dominated countri
In a letter, written in reply U
a protest from Rumanian Jewish'
leaders.. Premier Antonescu
whose suppression last year of
a dissident faction within the Iron
Guards was accompanied by the
cold-blooded murder of thousands
of Bucharest Jews, said:
"You speak of tragedy and
make an appeal in favor of the
Jews. I understand your grief.;
You should have promptly un-
derstood the grief of the entire
Rumanian nation. Consider that
we have paid with our blood for
the hate of your fellow-believers
in Bessarabia. Odessa and Mara-
sow"
Gen, Antonescu accused the
Jews of acting as Communist
informers and of "inciting Soviet
troops in Odessa to useless mur-
der merely to cause us losses"
during the two-mor.th siege of
that Black Sea port. He ac-
cused the Jews of Bessarabia and
northern Bukovina of murdering
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tive of all the people, including
i even the Lindberghers And
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PAGE EIGHT
vJewisli flcricilan
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, ig4l
JUST II GHOST OF
AN EA FOR THIS
TIME OF THE YEAR
Recipes From the Blue Flame
Kitchen of the
PEOPLES WATER AND GAS
COMPANY
By Kathleen O'Connell
It's the .season and it's the
time to tell ghost stories by can-
dle light, eat doughnuts and
gpiced eider. No matter where
my mind wand-
ers in flights of
fancy, it always
comes back to
the old hitching
postthe kitch-
en rang e. So
let's take up the
matter of dough-
nuts. Now I am
^ Jquite fussy over
doughnuts. Pre-
serve me from fancy frosted ones.
Who ever heard of dunking
chocolate nut frosted doughnuts
in hot coffee? Just give me
good honest doughnuts, prefer-
ably kettle warm. Roll them in
granulated sugar sifted with a
whiff <>l cinnamon. If you pre-
fer confectioners sugar, use it
sparingly. A buttermilk or sour
cream doughnut is more tender
and stays H' sh longer than a
sweet milk doughnut. Sweet
milk doughnuts can in- turned
only onci during Crying, other-
wise they tend to absorb grease.
i ke flour gives a doughnut a
cake texture, but it is slightly
dry and not toe easy to handle.
No matter what recipe is used, a
doughnut dough should be soft, a
cross bi a cake and cookie
dough. If the dough is too suit.
rather than add more flour, let
the dough relax on the floured
board for 10 minutes. In this
lime the gluten of the flour de-
velops and will absorb the ex-
cess moisture making the dough
easy to handle and light as a
cloud. Too much flour will make
the fry cakes tough, dry, heavy
and cracked. -- ------ -
For frying I prefer to use a hy-
drogenated fat because after the
cooking process is over it can be
strained and used for other pur-
poses.
However, it is important to use
the correct amount of heat. Too
much beat will cause the fat to
smoke and develop a bitter taste.
The gas flame can be adjusted to
any measure of heat. If possible
use a thermometer in french fry.
ing. If the fat is too hot the
doughnuts will crust over and
crack and possibly be raw in the
center. If the fat is too cool the
doughnuts will absorb the fat
and be greasy and heavy. After
frying, drain the doughnuts well
on absorbent paper: then place
on a cake rack to keep them
from getting steam soaked.
Sour Cream Doughnuts
Temperature. 375 degrees F.
Time, about 3 minutes; yield
3 1-3 dozen.
4 cups sifted flour
2 tsp. baking powder
12 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
'-4 tsp. nutmeg
3 eggs
1 cup sugar
1 cup 22'c sour cream
3 tablespoons melted shorten-
ing.
Sift flour once, measure and
sift three times with baking pow-
der, salt, baking soda and spice.
Beat eggs well, add sugar gradu-
ally and mix well. Add melted
shortening to sour cream. Add
flour mixture alternately with
cream mixture. Mix well.
Toss dough on floured board,
knead slightly, roll to 1-3" in
thickness and cut with a 2V4 inch
doughnut cutter. Fry in deep
fat, turn them as soon as they
come to the top of the fat and
frequently until they are as
brown as desired. Drain dough-
nuts on absorbent paper and
sprinkle with confectioners sugar
or cool and roll in granulated
sugar with a touch of cinnamon.
Lemon Cream Doughnuts
6 egg yolks
1 cup sugar
2 tbs. lemon juice and canned
milk to make one cup.
1 tsp. grated lemon rind
4'j cups cake flour, or 4 cups
general purpose flour
1' tsp. soda
'_ tsp. salt
'i tsp. nutmeg
Heal egg yolks until thick and
lemon colored. Gradually add
sugar, beating while adding. Add
milk and lemon rind to first mix-
ture. Place in gas refrigerator
for 5 hours. Roll out U" thick
and cut. Fry at 365 degrees F.
Yield 3>< dozen.
POLL LISTS JEWS
ASFIFTH FAVORING
U. S. WAR ENTRY
New York Results of a
survey conducted throughout the
United States by the American
Institute of Public Opinion, pop-
ularly known as the Gallup Poll,
disclosed that only one person
in 16 mentioned the Jews in con-
nection with groups urging Unit-
ed Stalis < ntry into the war.
The Gallup Poll's findings gave
the lit- to Charles A. Lindbergh's
charge, since repeated by other
America First spokesmen includ-
ing Senators Nye and Wheeler,
that American Jews were trying
to high-pressure the United
States into war.
According to George Gallup,
director of the American Insti-
tute of Public Opinion, the
groups considered most active in
trying to get the United States
into war are. ranked in order ol
mention: 1. Roosevelt Administra-
tion and Democratic party: 2. big
i his mess. industrialists, profit-
eers: 3. British organizations and
agents: 4. American organizations
with pro-British sympathies; and
5. Jews.
Criticism of the way the Gallup
Poll was conducted was voiced
in liberal circles here which
pointed out that the Jews were
the only people mentioned as a
people. No attempt was made,
apparently, these circles said, to
break down the number of Cath-
olics or Protestants who are in-
terventionist or isolationist.
It is interesting to note that
the Roosevelt Administration was
listed also among the groups
most active in trying to keep the
United States out of war. This
nay be attributed to a difference
of opinion regarding Mr. Roose-
velt's policies, some believing
that President Roosevelt is doing
everything in his power to avert
war. others believing that his
program is designed to involve
this country in war. The leading
anti-war proponents were identi-
fied as 1. Lindbergh. Wheeler.
Nye, and 2. American First
Committee.
THE Y. M.H.A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3)
"Y" Schedule
Sunday, November 2Memor-
ial Meeting for Louis D. Brand-
eis and M. M. Ussishkin.
Monday, November 3Boys'
Group Reception.
Tuesday, November 4Public
Forum. Senator Graham principal
speaker; Girls' Group session; A.
Z. A. meeting; Girl Scouts meet-
ing.
Wednesday. November 5Gen-
eral Y meeting; constitution to
be adopted.
Thursday, November 6Boy
Scout meeting.
LEGAL NOTICES
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalg.....I, desiring t" engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
ZISSEN'S BOWER? Intend to regia-
ter ih>- said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade county,
Florida,
HTMAN ZI8SEN
l.ol'IS ZISSEN
pi IROTHY ZISSEN
SARAH ZISSEN
i ..-Partners
Mil.li IN A FRIEDMAN
Attorn.\ for Applicant*
l" 3-10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
EVANS KIAMEBHA APT. intends to
i he eald name with the Clei k
.,r the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LOUIS EVANS
A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ
a i toi ni y f,.i Applicant
1". 17-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
ATLANTIC HOTEL intend !> register
Hi,1 said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of liadi County, Florida.
PRANK KOLNICK
MINA KOLNICK
A l.i lUIS MEl HI.i IWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
1" '17-24-31 11/7-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of 76'; CLUB, intend to register the
snlil name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
C. .1. SPIKE
MRS. .1. K. FINK
10/24-31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
GENERAL KOSHER MARKET al
1169 w.st Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ( Dade County, Florida.
I. PASHKOW
M VRTIN GENET
At torn e> for Applicant
in 24-31 117-11-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
hit* ....... e flctll loua nan.....'
VINCENT APARTMENTS. Miami
; li ten, Flo la, intends to ri
Id name with the Clerk of tin
Circuit Court -.r Dade County, Florida.
YETTA IK iDENSTEIN
v \i:t!\ genet
Attorm tpplicnnl
: 2S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ill Islgned, il.--.rmi: to i
h i nnli. 11. rif111iutu
r ALYCE MAYNE intends regis-
ter tin ii, with lite Clerk of
the Cln ill i 'o n t ol l >ade County,
Florida.
ALYCE KATZ
10/31 I1/7-14-21-2S
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersig.....i desiring to engag<
n business under the fictitious name
( MARIE'S BEACH WEAR SHOP
intends !,. register the said nami with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uncle
County, Florida,
MARIE ZL'BER
I" 31 11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
nf DIXIE CASH MARKET Intenda to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NATHAN ALEXANDER
10/31 11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LOVE MANOR APTS. at 850 15th
St., Miami Beach, Florida, Intenda to
the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SIMPSON .1. ROSENBERG
I" 31 11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i'>
business under the fictitious name <
l.ll'.V CHEVROLET CO. intenda to
es ler the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
SOUTHLAND MOTORS, INC.,
a Floi Ida Corporation
10 '31 11/7-14-21-28
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
NO. 71465
EDGAR II MiiMR.
Plaintiff.
HELEN C. MOHR,
I lefendant
TO: HELEN C. MOHR
815 Tatnnll Street, Apt. 9
Wilmington, i ielaware.
IT IS ORDERED that you file yen
Appearance on or before the 1st day
..f i lecembei. \. I >, 1941, to the BUI of
Complaint for Divorce hied in the
ahow style,! cause, otherwise a decree
pro confesso will be entered against
VOU.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN is des-
ignated as the newspaper in which
this order shall lie published once a
week for fOUr cnnsecllTive weeks.
This 29th day <>f October A. D.
1941.
a. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Hade County. Kla.
(Seal)
By It II RICE, JR:
Deputy Clerk
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
111/31 11/7-14-21-28
Mr. and Mrs. A. Liebman
announce the
opening of a strictly kosher
butcher shop at
671 N. W. 5th Street
The best meat at lowest prices
Call 2-7828
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name or
star LIQUOR STORE al 1501 V W.
3rd Ave., Miami. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the i lerk
of the circuit Court of Dade ountjr,
,'l'""':' MACK M. COHAN
10/17-24-81 11/7-14 ________
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage in
buaiiwwa under the rictgioui name "f
LEVITT WHOLESALE 'ASM A.
CARRY ol 906 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami,
F.....la. Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk the < Ircult
" <" ** Co^HIIE0,LEVITT
NAT LEVITT
10/17-24-3111/7-14 ________^^^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalg.....I. desiring to engage In
business under the tMitlommmaoi
II & M. DEPT. STORE at 900 N. W.
2nd Av Miami. Florida. Intend to
register the so.....ame with tin; I li rk
, ,, Circuit Court of Dade > ounty,
PlorldB' HERMAN MINTZER
MURRAY scllll..MAN-
MAN' R. SILVER
Attorn.', for Applicants
10/17-24-31 11 7-11 _______
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business under the flctltloua name
,.f SILVER'S GROCERY al 134 N. W.
8th St., Miami. Florida, Intenda to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade county,
l''1",i'l:'- ABE SILVER
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltloua name
of PARK VIEW APTS., al 241 N. W.
3rd St., Miami, Florida, intends to
egister the said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. NATIIAN ZUCKERMAN
10/17-21-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
JOY APARTMENTS, at 1250 Pcnn-
s; I van la Ave Miami Beach, Fl.....In.
intend to eglstei I he said name w .
the i "lerk of the Circuit Com i of I ade
i ..-nit \. Flo
ISAAC ESSES
MINN 117 ESSES
|l 17-24-31 11/7-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
BESSIE S1LVERMAN is engaged It]
-- iin(Ii r the flel Itious na me ol
ELBE APARTMENTS at 657 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach, Dade C
and intends to register said
oils name In the Office of the
. ;, ol the Circuit > "oui t of 1 "adi
Florida.
BESSIE SILVERMAN
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Vttoi ney for Applicant
10/17-24-31 H/7-14
Nl ITICE IS HER -a'.V GIVEN thai
the underalgned, deairlng to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
CHELSEA HOTEL at 944 Washing-
ton Ave.. Miami it,.,eh, Florida. In-
tenda t" register the said name with
Hi. Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade
County, Florida.
MILDRED FREEMAN"
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
Gotham Hotel Intenda to reglater
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
sol, S. QOLDSTROM
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned* deelnng to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
ANSONIA APARTMENTS intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BETH Hi: Vi (UNO
A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
10 17-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the flctltloua nan.....r
OCEAN PARK APIS, intends to re-
gister the .said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
QI'SSIE G. WITT
A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
sa.ms grocery AND MARKET In-
tends to reglater the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
"'ounty. Florida.
cv BLUMENTHAL
A. LOUI8 MECHLOWITZ
Attorncv for Applicant
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring t<> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET In-
tends to reglater the said name with
th.- cieik <.f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM MECHLOWITZ
A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desli Iiik to enRnge in
V.'ie,'.".'^."1"1*''' ""' fictitious name of
ESTATE OF SAM MAKCtS. Intends
t" register the said name with the
lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A. LOU.8 MEC,Fow1;t,zMARCUS
Attorney for Applicant
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
mJ'SHSJ?-H9"P?T "1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GRAND AVENUE FASHION SHOP
intend! to register the said name with
&THgyc ctrmii court f D*d
a. lou.s ummuW GATT
Attorney for Applicant
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
LEGAL NOTICES
v un *,uM1 v ui i -.I'M' > nunry, l-i A. LOOTS MECHLOWITZ 8NIDER
Attorney for Applicant
10/17-24-31 11/7-11
the-cirluTi court of"i",.i:"',,;';;?
Florida,
MILTON
lily.
LARRY Gll.i:|.;|.-|.
JACK GOLDSTEIN
A. ERIE,.man""''""'"13
Attorney for Applicants
10 3 10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. deairlng to .
business under the fictitious n ,,,,,. {
FAYMUS PAY. intends .,,
the said name with the Clerk ol th.
Circuit Court of Dad.. County. Ho"!
Ml..TUN A FRIEDMAN ':UV *"
Attorney for Applicant
10 3-10-17-24-31
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN Hut
the underalgned. deairlng to engage i>,
business under the flctll i u
SCHIFFS DELICATESSEN \\
MARKET, intends to register 'the
said name with tile Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida
JACOB 8CHIFF
I" 3-10-17-24-31
Ni iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enj
business under the fictitious I
STELLA'S BAR, at 325 Wesl Plaster
St., Miami, Florida, intends I
later the said name with tie
of the circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
I. B. SEMCO
10 3-10-17-24-81
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag* in
hllslni ss under the fictitious '
LESROY JEWELRY STORE .
E. Flagler St., Miami. Florida, Intenda
' i g later t he said
i':. rk ni the Circuit
County, Florida.
S. ElSENBEIlil
31 ll/7-l1-21
name u li the
Coin' ..' P.ide
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i he urn i, d< i\\ Ing I
.n business .....ler tin
of VICTOR'S NEW York RAItHER
SIH IP, at 131 N. W. 2nd Ave.,
Floi i la, intends to reglstei th< raid
name with the clerk of the
Courl ol 11 ide I 'ounl v. Floi In
VICTOR ESKENAZI
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring
iii-in. ss under the flcl
HOWELL APTS.. intend .. re-
er the said name with the Clerk
he circuit Court of Pad. County,
ida.
W. C. DAVIS
JOHN ALLEN JONES
0-17-24-31 11/7
th,
in 1
of
glsl
of t
Dim
10/1
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bualneaa under the fictitious name
if UNITED AUTO ELECTRICAL
SERVICE, at 2202 W. Flagler St.. -Mi-
ami. Florida, intends to reglater th*'
said name with the Clerk ol the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN GLANTZ
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the Fictitious
Name Statute, House Bill No. 1175,
chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, 1941,
will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, in and for Dade County,
Floi da, the fictitious name, to-wlt:
Miami MEAT PACKERS, under
which we are engaged in business fl
W. 22nd St. and Red Road, i" the
city of Dial,-ah. Florida.
That the parties interested In said
business enterprise are as Ifollows
WILLIAM KASOFSKJ
NATHAN F1NKEL
JOSEPH A. HERMAN
Attorney for Applicants
10 10-17-24-31 11/7
".ttn.v, r i,e m.i.
C. L. "TED" NAILLINQ
10/10-17-24-31 11/7 _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
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. I
J. RABIN
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LEVIN80N pooh SPECIALTIES
intends to reglater the said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade Count v, Floi Ida
LOUIS LEVINS. iN
10/10-17-24-31 11/7 __________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of JERSEY FOOD CENTER, at 441
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida..
Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or
Dade County. Florida.^ KAGlN
10/10-17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name oi
HI AN DRY TOURIST PARK, at H->
N. E. 71st St.. Miami. Florida. 1"'""
to register the said name with tn
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dane
County. Florida. ,.
MRS. PEARL COMIS
LOL'IS COMIS _^,_
MARSHALL H. COMIS
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PAGE EIGHT vJewisli flcricilan FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, ig 4l JUST II GHOST OF AN EA FOR THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Recipes From the Blue Flame Kitchen of the PEOPLES WATER AND GAS COMPANY By Kathleen O'Connell It's the .season and it's the time to tell ghost stories by candle light, eat doughnuts and gpiced eider. No matter where my mind wanders in flights of fancy, it always comes back to the old hitching post—the kitchen rang e. So let's take up the matter of dough• nuts. Now I am ^ Jquite fussy over doughnuts. Preserve me from fancy frosted ones. Who ever heard of dunking chocolate nut frosted doughnuts in hot coffee? Just give me good honest doughnuts, preferably kettle warm. Roll them in granulated sugar sifted with a whiff <>l cinnamon. If you prefer confectioners sugar, use it sparingly. A buttermilk or sour cream doughnut is more tender and stays H' sh longer than a sweet milk doughnut. Sweet milk doughnuts can inturned only onci during Crying, otherwise they tend to absorb grease. i ke flour gives a doughnut a cake texture, but it is slightly dry and not toe easy to handle. No matter what recipe is used, a doughnut dough should be soft, a cross bi • a cake and cookie dough. If the dough is too suit. rather than add more flour, let the dough relax on the floured board for 10 minutes. In this lime the gluten of the flour develops and will absorb the excess moisture making the dough easy to handle and light as a cloud. Too much flour will make the fry cakes tough, dry, heavy and cracked. -— For frying I prefer to use a hydrogenated fat because after the cooking process is over it can be strained and used for other purposes. However, it is important to use the correct amount of heat. Too much beat will cause the fat to smoke and develop a bitter taste. The gas flame can be adjusted to any measure of heat. If possible use a thermometer in french fry. ing. If the fat is too hot the doughnuts will crust over and crack and possibly be raw in the center. If the fat is too cool the doughnuts will absorb the fat and be greasy and heavy. After frying, drain the doughnuts well on absorbent paper: then place on a cake rack to keep them from getting steam soaked. Sour Cream Doughnuts Temperature. 375 degrees F. Time, about 3 minutes; yield 3 1-3 dozen. 4 cups sifted flour 2 tsp. baking powder 1 2 tsp. baking soda 1 tsp. salt '-4 tsp. nutmeg 3 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 cup 22'c sour cream 3 tablespoons melted shortening. Sift flour once, measure and sift three times with baking powder, salt, baking soda and spice. Beat eggs well, add sugar gradually and mix well. Add melted shortening to sour cream. Add flour mixture alternately with cream mixture. Mix well. Toss dough on floured board, knead slightly, roll to 1-3" in thickness and cut with a 2V4 inch doughnut cutter. Fry in deep fat, turn them as soon as they come to the top of the fat and frequently until they are as brown as desired. Drain doughnuts on absorbent paper and sprinkle with confectioners sugar or cool and roll in granulated sugar with a touch of cinnamon. Lemon Cream Doughnuts 6 egg yolks 1 cup sugar 2 tbs. lemon juice and canned milk to make one cup. 1 tsp. grated lemon rind 4'j cups cake flour, or 4 cups general purpose flour 1' %  • tsp. soda '•_• tsp. salt '•i tsp. nutmeg Heal egg yolks until thick and lemon colored. Gradually add sugar, beating while adding. Add milk and lemon rind to first mixture. Place in gas refrigerator for 5 hours. Roll out U" thick and cut. Fry at 365 degrees F. Yield 3>< dozen. POLL LISTS JEWS ASFIFTH FAVORING U. S. WAR ENTRY New York —Results of a survey conducted throughout the United States by the American Institute of Public Opinion, popularly known as the Gallup Poll, disclosed that only one person in 16 mentioned the Jews in connection with groups urging United Stalis < ntry into the war. The Gallup Poll's findings gave the litto Charles A. Lindbergh's charge, since repeated by other America First spokesmen including Senators Nye and Wheeler, that American Jews were trying to high-pressure the United States into war. According to George Gallup, director of the American Institute of Public Opinion, the groups considered most active in trying to get the United States into war are. ranked in order ol mention: 1. Roosevelt Administration and Democratic party: 2. big i HIS mess. industrialists, profiteers: 3. British organizations and agents: 4. American organizations with pro-British sympathies; and 5. Jews. Criticism of the way the Gallup Poll was conducted was voiced in liberal circles here which pointed out that the Jews were the only people mentioned as a people. No attempt was made, apparently, these circles said, to break down the number of Catholics or Protestants who are interventionist or isolationist. It is interesting to note that the Roosevelt Administration was listed also among the groups most active in trying to keep the United States out of war. This nay be attributed to a difference of opinion regarding Mr. Roosevelt's policies, some believing that President Roosevelt is doing everything in his power to avert war. others believing that his program is designed to involve this country in war. The leading anti-war proponents were identified as 1. Lindbergh. Wheeler. Nye, and 2. American First Committee. THE Y. M.H.A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) "Y" Schedule Sunday, November 2—Memorial Meeting for Louis D. Brandeis and M. M. Ussishkin. Monday, November 3—Boys' Group Reception. Tuesday, November 4—Public Forum. Senator Graham principal speaker; Girls' Group session; A. Z. A. meeting; Girl Scouts meeting. Wednesday. November 5—General Y meeting; constitution to be adopted. Thursday, November 6—Boy Scout meeting. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underalg I, desiring t" engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of ZISSEN'S BOWER? Intend to regiater ih>said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade county, Florida, HTMAN ZI8SEN l.ol'IS ZISSEN pi IROTHY ZISSEN SARAH ZISSEN i ..-Partners Mil.li IN A FRIEDMAN Attorn. \ for Applicant* l" 3-10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of EVANS KIAMEBHA APT. intends to • i he eald name with the Clei k .,r the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOUIS EVANS A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ A i toi ni y f,.i Applicant 1". 17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of ATLANTIC HOTEL intend !•> register Hi, 1 said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of liadi County, Florida. PRANK KOLNICK MINA KOLNICK A l.i lUIS MEl HI.i IWITZ Attorney for Applicant 1" '17-24-31 11/7-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 76'; CLUB, intend to register the snlil name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. C. .1. SPIKE MRS. .1. K. FINK 10/24-31 11/7-14-21 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of GENERAL KOSHER MARKET al 1169 w.st Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court • •( Dade County, Florida. I. PASHKOW M VRTIN GENET At torn e> for Applicant in 24-31 117-11-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in hit* • % %  e flctll loua nan VINCENT APARTMENTS. Miami ; li ten, Flo la, intends to ri Id name with the Clerk of tin Circuit Court -.r Dade County, Florida. YETTA IK iDENSTEIN v \I:T!\ GENET Attorm %  tpplicnnl : 2S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ill Islgned, il.--.rmi: to i h i %  nnli. • 11. %  rif111iutu •r ALYCE MAYNE intends !•• register tin ii, with lite Clerk of the Cln ill i 'o n t ol l >ade County, Florida. ALYCE KATZ 10/31 I1/7-14-21-2S NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersig i desiring to engag< n business under the fictitious name %  %  ( MARIE'S BEACH WEAR SHOP intends !,. register the said nami with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uncle County, Florida, MARIE ZL'BER I" 31 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name nf DIXIE CASH MARKET Intenda to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN ALEXANDER 10/31 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LOVE MANOR APTS. at 850 15th St., Miami Beach, Florida, Intenda to the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIMPSON .1. ROSENBERG I" 31 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i'> business under the fictitious name • %  < l.ll'.V CHEVROLET CO. intenda to es ler the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, SOUTHLAND MOTORS, INC., a Floi Ida Corporation 10 '31 11/7-14-21-28 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 71465 EDGAR II MiiMR. Plaintiff. HELEN C. MOHR, I lefendant TO: HELEN C. MOHR 815 Tatnnll Street, Apt. 9 Wilmington, i ielaware. IT IS ORDERED that you file yen Appearance on or before the 1st day ..f i lecembei. \. I >, 1941, to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce hied in the ahow style,! cause, otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against VOU. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN is designated as the newspaper in which this order shall lie published once a week for fOUr cnnsecllTive weeks. This 29th day <>f October A. D. 1941. a. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Hade County. Kla. (Seal) By It II RICE, JR: Deputy Clerk MAX It. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 111/31 11/7-14-21-28 Mr. and Mrs. A. Liebman announce the opening of a strictly kosher butcher shop at 671 N. W. 5th Street The best meat at lowest prices Call 2-7828 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that th undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name or STAR LIQUOR STORE al 1501 V W. 3rd Ave., Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the i lerk of the circuit Court of Dade ountjr, l '""' : MACK M. COHAN 10/17-24-81 11/7-14 ________ NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage in buaiiwwa under the rictgioui name "f LEVITT WHOLESALE 'ASM A. CARRY ol 906 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, F la. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk • %  the < Ircult <" **• Co ^HI I E 0, LEVITT NAT LEVITT 10/17-24-3111/7-14 ^^^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalg I. desiring to engage In business under the tMitlommmaoi II & M. DEPT. STORE at 900 N. W. 2nd Av Miami. Florida. Intend to register the so ame with tin; I li rk „,• ,,„ %  Circuit Court of Dade > ounty, PlorldB HERMAN MINTZER MURRAY scllll.. MANMAN' R. SILVER Attorn.', for Applicants 10/17-24-31 11 7-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the flctltloua name ,.f SILVER'S GROCERY al 134 N. W. 8th St., Miami. Florida, Intenda to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, l '' 1 ,i l: 'ABE SILVER 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltloua name of PARK VIEW APTS., al 241 N. W. 3rd St., Miami, Florida, intends to egister the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATII AN ZUCKERMAN 10/17-21-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol JOY APARTMENTS, at 1250 Pcnns; I van la Ave Miami Beach, Fl In. intend to eglstei I he said name w %  the i "lerk of the Circuit Com i of I ade i %  ..-nit \. Flo ISAAC ESSES MINN 117 ESSES |l 17-24-31 11/7-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai BESSIE S1LVERMAN is engaged It] -II n(Ii r the flel Itious na me ol ELBE APARTMENTS at 657 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, Dade C and intends to register said oils name In the Office of the ;, ol the Circuit > "oui t of 1 "adi Florida. BESSIE SILVERMAN GEORGE CHERTKOF Vttoi ney for Applicant 10/17-24-31 H/7-14 Nl ITICE IS HER -a'.V GIVEN thai the underalgned, deairlng to engage In business under the flctltloua name of CHELSEA HOTEL at 944 Washington Ave.. Miami it,.,eh, Florida. Intenda t" register the said name with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. MILDRED FREEMAN" 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of GOTHAM HOTEL Intenda to reglater the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. sol, S. QOLDSTROM 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned* deelnng to engage In business under the flctltloua name of ANSONIA APARTMENTS intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BETH Hi: VI (UNO A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ Attorney for Applicant 10 17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under the flctltloua nan r OCEAN PARK APIS, intends to register the .said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. QI'SSIE G. WITT A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ Attorney for Applicant 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SA.MS GROCERY AND MARKET Intends to reglater the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade "'ounty. Florida. cv BLUMENTHAL A. LOUI8 MECHLOWITZ Attorncv for Applicant 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring t<> engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET Intends to reglater the said name with th.cieik <.f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM MECHLOWITZ A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ Attorney for Applicant 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desli IIIK to enRnge in V.'ie,'.".'^." 1 1 *''' ""' fictitious name of ESTATE OF SAM MAKCtS. Intends t" register the said name with the lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A. LOU.8 MEC„, F OW 1 ;T Z MARCUS Attorney for Applicant 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 MJ'SHSJ? H 9"P? T "1VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GRAND AVENUE FASHION SHOP intend! to register the said name with &THgyc ctrmii court f D d A. LOU.S ummuW GATT Attorney for Applicant 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 LEGAL NOTICES v un *,u M1 v ui i -.I'M' > nunry, l-i, business under the flctll i u SCHIFFS DELICATESSEN \\ MARKET, intends to register 'the said name with tile Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida JACOB 8CHIFF I" 3-10-17-24-31 Ni iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enj business under the fictitious I STELLA'S BAR, at 325 Wesl Plaster St., Miami, Florida, intends I later the said name with tie of the circuit Court of Dade County Florida. I. B. SEMCO 10 3-10-17-24-81 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag* in hllslni ss under the fictitious LESROY JEWELRY STORE E. Flagler St., Miami. Florida, Intenda i g later t he said i':. rk ni the Circuit County, Florida. S. ElSENBEIlil 31 ll/7-l1-21 name u li the Coin' ..' P.ide NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i he urn i, d< i\\ Ing I .n business ler tin of VICTOR'S NEW YORK RAItHER SIH IP, at 131 N. W. 2nd Ave., Floi i la, intends to reglstei th< raid name with the clerk of the Courl ol 11 ide I 'ounl v. Floi In VICTOR ESKENAZI 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring iii-in. ss under the flcl HOWELL APTS.. intend •.. reer the said name with the Clerk he circuit Court of Pad. County, ida. W. C. DAVIS JOHN ALLEN JONES 0-17-24-31 11/7 th, in 1 of glsl of t Dim 10/1 NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa under the fictitious name • if UNITED AUTO ELECTRICAL SERVICE, at 2202 W. Flagler St.. -Miami. Florida, intends to reglater th*' said name with the Clerk ol the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN GLANTZ 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the Fictitious Name Statute, House Bill No. 1175, chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County, Floi da, the fictitious name, to-wlt: MIAMI MEAT PACKERS, under which we are engaged in business fl W. 22nd St. and Red Road, i" the city of Dial,-ah. Florida. That the parties interested In said business enterprise are as Ifollows WILLIAM KASOFSKJ NATHAN F1NKEL JOSEPH A. HERMAN Attorney for Applicants 10 10-17-24-31 11/7 ".ttn.v, r i,e m.i. C. L. "TED" NAILLINQ 10/10-17-24 -31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name 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. I J. RABIN 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEVIN80N POOH SPECIALTIES intends to reglater the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Count v, Floi Ida LOUIS LEVINS. iN 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JERSEY FOOD CENTER, at 441 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida.. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County. Florida.^ KAGlN 10/10-17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage in business under the fictitious name oi HI AN DRY TOURIST PARK, at H-> N. E. 71st St.. Miami. Florida. 1"'"" to register the said name with tn Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dane County. Florida. „„,. MRS. PEARL COMIS LOL'IS COMIS _^„,_ MARSHALL H. COMIS 10/J-10-17-24-31


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SmSS | BKHHtilgBiSHBB FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1941 Jewish fkridictr PAGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phono 2-1M76 Office Phone 2-H73 HENRY MARBEIN. Cantor :;n s. W. 5th A.V6. Tel. 3-M72 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. RELLNER, Rabbi 1S23 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone t-5191 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.F.K. Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone £.0829 TALMl'D TORAH 1545 S. \V. Third Street MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach """ "' %  — • Wn4tt DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-132S MALRICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. V. 21st Terrace 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 .... 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. Late Friday Evening Services Remember, next Friday evening will begin the tenth consecutive late Friday evening services under the direction of Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Henry Marbein with a large choir of mixed voices will chant the liturgic melodies. We expect to see a large number of members and friends. Congregational Services This Saturday at 10:30 will usher in the Junior Congregational services for this year. David Jacobs and Harvey Sootin will be the "Readers" of responsive reading, and Bernard Dickson will be the "Reader" of the Torah; Meyer Greenberg will chant the services, and Rabbi ipiro will expound the "Portion of Law" every Saturday. A kid[] be served in the aum immediately after the tion. Hebrew School itration is still open for Sell ol, and i we ask all parents who have %  n gistered their children to delay any lunger. Sunday School Twelve classes, under the survision of the majority of registered teachers of Dade county have begun the regular curriculum. This Sunday will be the final week of registration. Par's who wish to register their children at our Sunday School. will please do so this Sunday Ming at 9:45. Bar Mitzvahs The following boys will be bar mitzvah for the next three months: Elmer Oliphant. Nov. •J2: Melvin Fisher. Nov. 29: Ber: I Kaler. Dec. 6th: Harvey Relui and Alen Eber. Dec. 13: Jerry Rauzin, Dec. 20: Joe Schneider, Dec. 27: Albert Kahn. Jan. 3; also Edward Somberg. Marvin Rubinstein. Eli Argintar and Bernard Shenkman the latter part of January. Radio Hour This Sunday is known as "Balfour Day" and in view of this observance Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct a forum over Station WIOD this Sunday from 4:30 to 5 o'clock, with representatives of the Hadassah-Mizrachi and Labor Zionists participating. Cantor Henry Marbein will be heard in appropriate songs. Refua Shlaema Members of Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood pray to the Almighty that He grant an immediate and permanent cure to Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer. Sisterhood Board Meeting A board meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Sam Weissel 200 Coral Way, Coral Gables, Monday evening, Nov. 3, at 7:30 o'clock. All officers, board members and chairmen of committees are asked to attend. Card, Bingo and Mah Jongg Through the courtesy of the Y. M. H. A., Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor an Armistice card, bingo and mah jongg party Sunday evening, Nov. 9th in the club rooms of the Y. M. H. A. All proceeds to be used for oui SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8 :00 a. m. Mincha 5 :30 p.m. Maariv 6:00 p. m Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 9 :00 p. m. Services Schedule Daily Services __ 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday __ 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P.M.: TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. R:.i :JS 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-12(5 Miami Beach RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1733 Synagogue Services Rabbi Zw tn will he In the Temriailvfifin A \t VXf) P M ,,! • v, :y morning:. You may i uailv H.UU A. M.. o.oU f. m„ w(th him ,,„ „,,... oncernlng thand 6:00 P. M. Installation Close to three hundred people were present at the installation ceremonies for the new officers held last Sunday night. The officers and the members of the board of directors take this means of expressing their sincere thanks to all those present and Benjamin Meyers and Leo Robinson who so excellently conducted the affair. A special thanks are due to the committee of the Ladies headed by Mrs. M. Bear and Mrs. M. Rifas who provided the refreshments. Sunday School We are happy to report that all classes in the Sunday School function already and that a splendid curriculum of studies ha.been prepared and is being put into effect. Rabbi Kellner meets with the Sunday School faculty every Wednesday evening at which time the problem each class are individually discussed and the rabbi lectures on some important phase of educational activity. Next V. Rabbi Kellner will lead a discussion on "Transfer of Training." Congratulations We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. A. Weisfeld upon the birth of their daughter annd hope that they will raise their new born offspring in health and happiness. Mazel Tov We are pleased to greet Mr. and Mis. Sherwood Levine upon the birth of their new born son and pray that they may raise him in good Jewishness and great happiness. Path of Sorrows We extend sincere condolences to I. Lasky upon the loss of his mother Oleho Hasholom and pray that he may console amidst the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. Unveiling The unveiling of the monument to the memory of the late Morns E. Marcus will take place this coming Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Jewish section of Woodlawn cemetery. All friends are respectfully invited to attend. Talmud Torah. Mrs. Norman Jacobs, chairman, will be in charge of this affair, and her committee. Mrs. Elix Hinkes. Mrs. Sam Haas and Mrs. J. Engler will serve as hostesses. Refreshments will be served, and prizes will be awarded. Won't you join us at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday evening. Nov. 9th and bring your friends? „ ,„ Dates of Sisterhood Calendar to Be Remembered November 9th. card, bingo and mah jongg at Y. M. H. A.; Nov. 19th annual Membership Tea. Roof of Alcazar Hotel: November 26th. annual Food Sale: Nov. 30 Barn Dance. Beth David Talmud Torah: Dec. 10th. Beth David Sisterhood Day: Dec. Mfc. Sunday School P. T. A. Carnival. Dec. U, Sisterhood's traditional Chanukkah Dinner. Sabbath Services This Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will preach on the subject. "God Shaves with a Razor." A well known New York cantor will officiate with a local choir directed by Miss Ruth Brotman. On Saturday morning the rabbi will preach on the Scriptural lesson. At 10 o'clock the Junior Congregation will meet. At 5 o'clock the oneg shabbos symposium will take place. Sisterhood Affair Fully five hundred men and women enjoyed the dutch supper, card party and mah jongg held at the Center under the auspices of the Sisterhood. It was the first gala event of the year's social season and was voted by everyone present as a huge sui President Helen Schoenfeld exl congratulations t Simms, chairlady of the and t" ail the la lii s wl assisi in this magnificent | The Rabbi's Installation Leo Robinson, chairman of the llation dinner comm -ure in announcing Dr. Max Arzt. formerly pres of the Rabbinical Assembly America and professor at the Jewish Theological Seminary oi America, has definitely accepted the Center's invitation to be the | guest speaker at Dr. Bension's I installation dinner, which will be held on Sunday evening. NoI vember 23rd at the Victor Hotel. I Reservations may be made at Tenter office. The Rabbin• ical installation will be linked with the installation of the ofand directors of the newly organized Center Men's club. College of Jewish Studies The College of Jewish Studies is making excellent progress to' wards completing its reorganization program. Already provision has been made for classes in Jewish sacred music and in Jew'ish historyAdditional courses are provided in American Jewish history'in Bible interpretation, elementary and advanced Hebrew. Jewish ceremonies. Jewish thought. Rabbi Carl Press. i Ph. D.. has graciously consented to join the teaching staff. Additional registrations will be received all this week. Sessions % %  are held evenings. Parents-Children's Rally Last Tuesday night our Center Auditorium was filled to capacI itv with hundreds of parents and children who enjoyed hugely a magnificent program of Biblical and patriotic moving pictures including Palestine slides. This was the first of a series of ParI ent-Children rallies which will be carried through during the school season. Junior Congregation The Junior Congregation will begin its services this Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Sermonettes will be preached and the prayers will be explained to the children. Boys and girls ages 11 to 18 are cordially invited to attend and participate. Sabbath: 5:15 A. M.. 9:00 A. M.. 5:15 P. M.. and 6:15 P. M. Junior Congregation: 9:00 A. M. Saturday: refreshments served. Minnionaire service: 9:00 A. M. Sunday: breakfast. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach Saturday morning on "From Thy Land." At Shalosh S'oodoss he will speak on Portion of the Week." Cantor J'lr tui • in", IIIII>. • • • i jn.w ... *-w:th him on matl ernlng the Jewish community, or youi personal I. You wl I :,:.'i advii e, and, .will be held In st:. I lence. Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the Congregation."—Hillel. Regular services will be held at Temple Israel this Friday „T?! evening. October 31st. at 8:15. Rabbi Colman A. Z will of the Week." Cantor ch on tfte subject Get Thee Maurice Mamches will chant the Qut of Thy La nd." The modern services. Junior Congregation Services will be held Friday evening at 5:30 o'clock: Saturday morning at 9 a. m. for all Hebrew school children, young men and women. Gerald Enerfeld will deliver a sermon "On the Go. 1 We welcome E. Loskove as European version. Sisterhood "A woman wh %  th the Lord, she shall d."—ProThe Sisterhood of Temple Israel will hold its next mi on Monday afti rn n. Ni '.ember „^ ,.v..>.v,...v — 3 r( j at 2 o'clock in Kaplan Hall. leader of our Junior CongregaFl aturcd guest speaker at this tion and Minnionaire services meeting will be M .... K \ ass He brings with him a great deal executlve director of the Greater of experience in youth activities Mlami j ew j s h F li ration, who in this country and Palestine. He .,..., fpcak on inviti ho can Par Thal w ... j Fed read from the siddur I attend ath i rvic >s. Minn: rvices ver. Sisterh Sisterhood A Fi ) Tea will be held for all mi une of our Sisterhood pres• Mrs. B. H. London, 2840 Dr.. Monday, N v. 3rd. • 2:00 P. M, On the program: Lynn Terry, orofessional magician: Mrs. Harold Turk, monologist; Miss Malvina Weiss, our Rabbi and Cantor. Let us renew friendships this Tuesday afternoon. Religious School Registration of pupils Sunday at 10 o'clock. I from 10 to I and r. at %  Temple Israel Bazaar Each week the Bazi mittee will its activities. This Zinkow and Mrs. E Lovitz. co-chairmen of the Ladies' Accessory Booth, appeal to the members of the Temple, and ask that those who can contribute ladies' acci Jsoi bags, handkerchiefs, costume jewelry. etc. should communicate with them. Mrs. Lovitz' number is 7-1864 and Mrs Zinkow's num7-5902. Other inl regarding the Bazaar and its volunteer .-'..: obtained Youth Group % %  And the hi arts mildren shall return unt nts."— Bible. The Program Committee of the Temple Israel Young People's League announces a most interesting program for the year's opening meeting, on Sunday. November 9th. In addition to ments and entertainment, there will be a cultural symposium along "Information Please" lines. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) 12 : r Iren from 5 to 18: from lummm -, lal ... I kindergarten through threi fr m Mrs. J. G of Hebrew high school. Thn ...:. of the B.^. th hool asseml al :::30 A. M. The faculty meets (ach Sunday from 12 I 12:30 P. M. On the assembly program are: Jackie Goldfarb. Estelle Merlin. Marilyn Greenberg. Gladys Gewerts. Barbara Lebowitz and Jacob Lurie. Registration of pupils for daily classes, daily from 4 to 6 P. M -jthe social activities, consisting of Classes for children from 6 to lo i reception, dancing, refreshfrom 3 to 7 P. M. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday. A complete five year course. Beach Boy Scout Troop A Boy Scout Troop has been organized at the Beth Jacob synagogue. Jack Walters is scoutmaster. They meet weekly at 7:30 P. M. Wednesdays. Beach Young Judea The Young Judea Chapters are being organized at the Beth Jacob synagogue. They are for boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 18. They begin meeting next Thursday evening. Their sponsors will be Mrs. Ida Spivak and Miss Helen Schiff. New Beach Youth Group The Miami Beach Maccabeans are a new organization for young men. which meets at the Beth 'Jacob synagogue each Tuesday evening at 7:30 P. M. At this week's meeting they adopted ; their constitution. On the board %  of governors are Rabbi M. Meschleloff. A. L. Mechlowitz. Harold l Turk and Irving Genet. Boys 13 and older are eligible to membership. They have a social, cultural and athletic program. Beach Habonoth The Miami Beach Habanoth is planning a theatre project for this coming month. They meet each Tuesday evening at the synagogue. Their sponsors are Mrs. M. Mescheloff and Miss Florence Genet. They welcome girls between the ages of 12 and 15. English Conversation Club Under the sponsorship of the local Council of Jewish Women an English Conversation Club meets twice wekly. 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wJewlslh Floridlam COMBIMMG YIhe Jewish annuity VOLUME 14—No. 44 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS 10 MEET SUNDAY Brandeis Balfour Day and Ussishkin Memorial Meetings to be Observed by Greater Miami Sunday A national observance of Brandeis-Balfour Day and Ussishkin Memorial meetings will be served by Greater Miami with H. L. Lurie. executive director of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will attend the meeting of the South. em Regional Executive Committee in Chattanooga, on November 2nd. announced Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Southeastern Region of the Council. This will be an especially important meeting." said Mr. Meyer.! "providing for consideration of, regional administrative business' and projects and for round table i discussion of problems common to all our communities. In the i [ace of the growing gravity of many of the problems with which our local communities have to deal, it is necessary that we coun-1 sel together in planning our re-j gional and local activities." The first part of the meeting will be devoted to regional planning, said Mr. Meyer. Following this will be round table discussions on campaigning, local I social services, and community I planning in relation to national defense activities. Leading the discussion on 1941 | campaigns in the Southeastern | Region will be Donald Oberdorfer, of Atlanta, co-chairman of the 1941 Atlanta Jewish Welfare Fund campaign and chairman of the Groups Division of the current Community Chest drive. Dr. David Fishman of New Orleans, executive director of the Jewish Charitable and Educational Federation and the Jewish Welfare Fund of that city, will lead the discussion on local social services, including refugee programs. The third topic to be considered at the meeting, "Community Planning in relation to the National Defense Program." will be presented by Hirsh Kaplan, executive director of the Y. M. H. A. in Nashville, and secretary of the Nashville Jewish Welfare Federation and Jewish Community Council. Mr. Meyer announced the affiliation with the Council of two new member agencies in the Southeastern Region—the Federation of Jewish Charities of Tuscaloosa. Alabama and the newly organized Jewish Welfare Organization of Tampa, Florida. This brings the total of Council member agencies in the Southeastern Region to 30, out of a total of more than 215 member agencies throughout the country. Members of the Southern Regional Executive Committee from Miami include: Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president: Stanley C. Myers and Max Orovitz. Louis D. Brandeis obmeeting at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday night. November 2nd, sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. and the Zionist groups of the area. Brandeis, world-famous Zionist and late Justice of the United States Supreme Court and M. M. Ussishkin. late president and founder of the Jewish National Fund, will be eulogized on the program which includes Mendel Fischer of New York City. Executive Director of the Jewish National Fund of America: Judge Stanley Milledge. president of the Dade County Bar Association: Harry Simonhoff and Mrs. Max Dobrin. Rabbi Max Shapiro is chairman of the arrangements committee. Cantors Maurice Mamches, H. Marbein and Joseph Malek will present the musical portion of the program. M. M. Ussishkin ASSEMBLY WILL CONSIDER POST-WAR RACE PROBLEMS Washington (WNS)—A democratic post-war program for solution of racial and religious problems is the principal objective of an Assembly for Justice to National Minorities, according to a proclamation sent this week to ambassadors and representatives of all Allied, exiled and antiNazi Governments. The proclamation, signed by George Gordon Battle, noted attorney, in behalf of a sponsoring committee under the auspices of the Jewish Survey. HRLili FIRST COMMITTEE TO BE D1SBAWDED New York (WNS)—The America First Committee will disband if its isolationist program remains ineffective, it was reported by the magazine "Newsweek" which described General Wood, head of America First, as "deeply disturbed" over the pro-Nazi elements which have filtered into various America First chapters. General Wood was worried that the "shoddy characters" who have muscled into committee locals will gain control of the organization. It is commonly believed that pro-Nazi elements already have the upper hand in America First councils since the organization endorsed Charles A. Lindbergh's anti-Jewish stand. In its report "Newsweek" said: •The group (America First) will put all it has into the fight against further war involvement in the next few weeks. If it continues to be unsuccessful in turning the tide, the committee will disband. Its leaders, particularly General Wood, have long felt that if and when the U. S. gets into a shooting war (even if •unconstitutionally'), every American is obligated to give 100 per cent support. Also. Wood professes to be deeply disturbed over shoddy characters who have muscled into committee locals. He fears they may run away with the organization." Another report stated that Kathryn Lewis, daughter of the C. I. O. leader and member of the America First executive committee, had resigned from the isolationist group but had agreed to make no public announcement. Miss Lewis refused either to confirm or deny the report. Meanwhile, it was announced that Campaigners of Americanism Inc., will petition the St. Louis County court to change the name of Lindbergh Boulevard back to Denny Road, which it was called before Charles A. Lindbergh flew across the Allantic The Campaigners charge that Lindbergh has changed his colors from red, white and blue to "a Nazi shade of yellow. LEADER PELLEY SURRENDERS TO CAROLINA AUTHORITIES Ashville. N. C. (WNS)—William Dudley Pelley. publisher of the violently anti-Semitic magazine, "The Liberator." and leader of the Silver Shirts of America, gave himself up to the Buncombe County authorities who had a warrant for his arrest for violation of conditions of his parole. Pelley, who considered himself an author, scientist and mystic of no mean calibre, was found guilty in 1935 of violation of the. North Carolina "blue sky" law as a result of certain stock transactions. CART EH EXPOSES FEDERATION OF IN U. S. New York (WNS)—Joseph McWilliams, leader of the antiSemitic American Destiny Party whose career as a professional Jew-baiter was temporarily curtailed early last month when he was found guilty of making violent anti-Jewish street corner speeches, was back in the news and in jail this week. In his last appearance in court McWilliams was sentenced to 60 days in jail but was released on parole on the strength of his promise that he would refrain from his customary pogrom-inciting street corner orations. The slick. 37-year-old pro-Nazi failed to keep his word and was rearrested by members of the criminal alien squad. McWilliams. who once, surrounded by a mob of his henchmen, bravely challenged a lone Jew in his audience to step up and fight, indulged in an orgy of self-pity after his arrest and from his headquarters came word that the American would-be "Fuehrer" was being used as a "political football." Pleading that he was unfamiliar with the charges of violation of probation, Defense Counsel H. M. Richardson asked for an adjournment of the case when McWilliam was haled into court. Magistrate William A. Hoppin agreed to adjourn the case for a few days, but only with the provision that McWilliant spend the intervening days in jail. New York (WNS)—Boake Carter, radio commentator and syndicated columnist who has frequently been accused of harboring anti-Semitic and pro-Fascist views, this week hurled the charge of anti-Semitism against the Anglo-Saxon Federation of America. Mr. Carter disclosed in his column in the New York Daily Mirrior that his invitation to address the annual convention of the Anglo-Saxon Federation in Grand Rapids. Mich., on October 18th, was withdrawn when it became known that the news analyst planned to include material debunking anti-Semitic propaganda. The invitation was withdrawn. Mr. Carter said, by Howard R. Rand, head of the Federation, after Rand had made several attempts to persuade Carter to alter his proposed address. The commentator wrote in his column: "Based on my own studies and in cooperation with two Hebrew scholars. I wrote a lecture in which I maintained that the House of Judah and the House of Joseph (symbolical of the Ten Lost Tribes) are given equal standing in the eyes of God in the pages of His Blueprint. "I stated that, on the basis of irrefutable evidence, it might be a mistake if the Anglo-Saxon Federation of America—which seems to be Rand—arrogated to itself a monopoly of God's blessings, as stated in the Bible, and to read out of the rightful position in the Scripture, Judah and descendants of Judah, known today as Jews." Mr. Carter disclosed that he had taken steps "to publicise nationally the anti-Semitic leanings of the Anglo-Saxon Feederation. as directed by Rand. When antiSemitism is used to coerce free discussion, I feel it should be promptly exposed." (Mr. Carter's association with the Anglo-Saxon Federation might have been ended earlier had he delved into its background. The Federation has long been known as anti-Semitic.--Ed. Note.) FLQRIDA STATE CONFERENCE TO BE HELD IN TAMPA Jewish leaders from communities of all parts of Florida will attend the Florida State Conference sponsored by the Florida State Resettlement Committee and the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Southeastern Region at Tampa, Florida on November 16th. Elry Stone, chairman. Day J. Apte and Baron de Hirsch Meyer co-chairmen announced. The program of the conference this year. Mr. Stone said, will focus primarily on the organization of local communities to cope with its philanthropic and other responsibilities—local, national and overseas. Representatives of the important national agencies will be present to present a picture of their work and the needs to be met. In order to aid communities in performing their local functions there will be a discussion on fund raising and budgeting. In announcing the meeting Mr Apte stated. "The Florida State Resettlement Committee was organized in March 1939 for the purpose of intergrating newcomers in the community and making them self-supporting and good American citizens." The organization in performing its function seeks the cooperation of individual communities throughout the State and has considerable achievement to its credit today. The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Southeastern Region is a national cooperative organization of over 200 Jewish community agencies. "The council." said Mr. Meyer, "concerns itself in organizing Jewish community resources to serve Jewish group needs—local, regional, national and overseas. It seeks to determine methods and practices in the welfare fields, such established standards and principles to guide its members. It helps foster local leadership in organizing communal projects and to encourage participation in organizing welfare programs." 1942 GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF WELFARE FUNDS CHICAGO New York (WNS)—The 1942 General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds will be held in Chicago during the week-end of January 31st. to February 2nd. 1942. it was announced here by Samuel Markell. of Boston, chairman of the program committee. The Council's Board of Directors, meeting recently in Cleveland, approved a recommendation that the 1942 Assembly consist entirely of working sessions attended by duly accredited delegates and to a limited extent by non-members on the basis of special and direct concern. National and functional agency participation will be on a consultative basis or for the purpose of contributing data and information on resources. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1941 *Jenisii fhrkMOf) PAGE THREE KING'S. 5 ^^ KOMMENTS The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian There's raving and ranting And all kinds of chanting In fact some of them swear And others tear their hair About the Center on the Beach That they claim is a leech What is it they cry Do we need it and why? And to you Queen, I write You've put King to fright With the rhyme you've sent I see your best efforts lent Please remember my dear Though you shed a tear That they're here to stay No matter what you say Some wrongs they have done In your land of the sun There's merit to your cry As you scream my-o-my But there can be right Without the hint of might So be sure—Tell 'em their wrongs You'll find we all sing new songs. SAQKE G. ROSE IS HONORED HI WELFARE MEET The annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau combined with that of the Ladies Auxiliary of the organization was held last Monday night at which time a large gathering of members decided to amend the by-laws calling for a change in the fiscal year from that of October 1st to February 1st to conform with that of Community Chest Rabbi Max Shapiro was unanimously selected as secretary to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of M. J. Kopelowitz, not at present in Miami. The Welfare Bureau observing its 19th year of existence and 11th year under its present charter and name, handled a total of 1718 cases during the year, furnishing relief, medical care, transportation and other necessary services to indigent persons. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Bureau, was chairman of the evening and led the discussions following the various reports presented. The Bureau also ooserved the 10th year of services of its Executive Secretary, Mrs. Sayde G. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ There's been quite a commotion caused by the new Jewish Center on the Beach Maybe because the display of aggressivness following a state of lethargy that existed King refrained from {Commenting because the path followed was a little too winding to be sure What everybody wants to know, is it a synagogue with center activities, or a center with a synagogue ... Its a touchy situation with everyone ostensibly trying to do the right thing. Further developments on the aircraft corporation and its employment policy will have more ramifications than anticipated. when the top blows off. You figure out the moral why so many people were sick last week following a dinner .. Kommcnt's from all Korners on last week's Kaustic Komments, although they were nothing more than statement of fact. And the southwest congregation is not the only one that has its problems the pioneer in the field called a meeting two employees wanted to vote to fill the quorum that was lacking messengers were sent out to try to garner sufficient and calls were made until 11 o'clock to members' homes by phone waking many of them up FEDERHTIOn FLUSHES Greater Miami Jewish Federation has selected Harry Sirkin and Mrs. Max Dobrin to the Budget Committee for 1941-42. Mr. Sirkin has been active in Miami Beach and is well-known among business and social circles there. Mrs. Dobrin. past president of Hadassah, has been active in many Jewish organizations. Federation establishes an all year round publicity program headed by Fred Shochet. The newly appointed chairman of the Public Relations Committee plans to enroll the assistance on a voluntary basis of professional publicity men to help plan the all year round publicity program of Federation. The committee will study the best methods of informing the Jewish Community of Miami of the importance of Federation activities and will participate in the presentation of the activities of Federation and the agencies receiving support from the Greater Miami campaign. A special dinner sponsored by the Budget Committee of Federation will be held November 13th honoring Isidor Coons of the United Jewish Appeal and Richard Gutstadt, director of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation and representative of the United Defense Appeal. The dinner will be open to members of the board of directors of Federation and officers of the Federation campaign. Mr. Coons and Mr. Gutstadt will speak on the activities on the United Jewish Appeal and the Joint Defense Council. The Executive Committee of Federation at a special meeting held on Wednesday issued an appeal requesting that organizations of Greater Miami refrain from any major solicitation of funds in the city until after February 1st, the end of the Federation campaign. Several organizations have been planning fund raising events for congregational and organizational purposes that are not a part of the Federation program. The Executive Committee expressed its sympathy with the efforts of organizations to adequately support those sen-ices which are necessary to meet the needs of Greater Miami, but stressed the importance of first considering the major responsibility of this city for the major overseas, national, regional and local agencies. It was pointed out the Federation was established by Miami to meet the responsibility in one unified drive of these major organizations and this single campaign which will be held in January should receive precedence. Dr Selig Hecht. Professor of Biophysics at Columbia University was awarded the Frederick Ives Medal by the Optical Socieety of America at the organization's annual dinner. Dr. Hecht specialized in processes involved in human vision. Memorial Meeting Attend the Brandeis-Ussishkin Memorial meeting at the "Y" Sunday night. A solemn and impressive affair will be held and noted national speakers are on the program. Senator Graham to Lead Forum The second Public Forum of the season will be held at the "Y" next Tuesday evening, November 4, at 8:30 o'clock. Senator Ernest R. Graham will be the guest speaker and his topic will be: "Do the Legislatures of the various states pass too many laws? Are not the present laws on the statute books adequate to cope with the present day crises?" Al Pallot will act as moderator. The public is invited. Admission is free. Red Cross Classes Mrs. Joseph Schaffer will begin instructions in Red Cross First Aid at the Y next Tuesday, November 4, at 10 o'clock. All persons interested, please register at the Y office prior to that time. Boys' Group A meeting of the Boys' Group from 16 years of age and upwards will be held at the Y on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. All boys over 16 are asked to be present at that time as fine entertainment will take place. It is planned to have a few boxing bouts and refreshments will be served. Don't miss it. Loads of surprises and fun, "Y" Workshop One of the finest projects from a practical point of view is the Y workshop. This is in charge of Edgar Copp. The children are taught the art of woodcraft and the present project is the modeling of boats. Come around and see for yourself what a wonderful innovation this project has given to the children. Executive Director Plans Program at the Beach In response to many requests Sadye G. Rose Rose, to the organization. Mrs. Rose was executive secretary of the Beth Abraham Home for Incurables in New York City for five years prior to her coming to Miami in 1926. During the interim, until 1931 whe,n she took up her duties with the Jewish Welfare Bureau, she was active and held offices in many organizations in the area and served as charter secretary of Emunah Chapter O E. S. No. 175. Her scope of activities in addition to the Welfare Bureau work also includes social service and resettlement of refugees and the administration of the Baron de Hirsch LoanFund. Mrs. Rose is a member of the Dade County Board of Visitors, state Board of National Youth Administration. vice president of the National Council Jewish Women and many other organizations and social service groups. A gift was presented to Mrs. Rose in appreciation of her devoted and untiring efforts to the Bureau by the officers and members of the Boards of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, the Ladies Auxiliary and the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. TO CHECK ws J^*^ IN /DAYS ^666 from Beach residents, Maurice Grossman, executive director, is conferring with a committee with a view of planning monthly programs at Miami Beach. Book reviews, concerts and meetings under the sponsorship of the Y will be held this coming season. Watch these columns for further details. General Meeting Wednesday, November 5 A general meeting of the Men's Senior Division will be held at the Y this Wedneesday evening, November 5. The main matter of the meeting will be the adoption of the constitution. Refreshments will be served. Schwartz's Keep Duckpin Lead With competition becoming keener each Thursday, anything could and most likely will happen in the Y Duckpin League. Marty Milstein bowled a 139 game to win a sports shirt from Al Wise's Sport Shop. Following are the current standings and averages: Team W. L. Schwartz 14 7 Al Berky 13 8 Seitlin 12 9 Spector 10 11 Abe Berky 10 11 Reisman 9 12 Streit 9 12 Weinkle 7 14 Individual Standings M. Milstein 108 Weinkle 105 Reisman 103 Berkowitz 103 S. Levin 103 Kronenfeld 103 Levinson .. 102 Al Berky 102 Grossman 101 Schwartz 100 Chertkof 100 Abe Berky 100 High set. Levin. 357: high game. Reisman, 137: team set, Spector, 1546. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) BUTTON, BUTTON Ythin yi ^Wroorr, be'-^uif^L don't L n ~ *orktoit here's „ and *e mat y !, U mak e Your" gues *PEOPLESsl^^tS^COMPANY A I m llllTIMi %  i leach



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1941 RUMANIA 10 SEND JEWS TO GHETTOS *Jewist fh>ridlari PAGE SEVEN Zurich ( W N S )—Rumania, where more than 10,000 Jews were massacred in the last two years in pogroms, both official and unofficial, added another chapter to its bloody anti-Jewish history' this week by ordering the deportation of all Jews living in Bessarabia and Bukovina to the Nazi-occupied Russian Ukraine. it was reported here. The latest Rumanian anti-Jew-, ish measure amounts to a vir-' tual death sentence for the nunis of thousands of Jews in Bessarabia and Bukovina since Nazis brought with them into Ukraine thousands of rabid. Jew-baiting Ukrainians, w h o v. t re especially drilled in organizing pogroms. The Jews will be sent to hastily rted ghettos in the neigh : the Bug River in the Russian Ukraine, about 100 miles heir present homes. 7 permitted to take with .:-. only limited personal pos-. the rest being subject confiscation by the Rurr.&r.iur. rnment. The exact number of Jews afted by the expulsion order u'.d not be determined. Prior the Soviet annexation of Bessarabia and northern Bukovina it was estimated that there were : arly 400.000 Jews in these areas. It was believed here that .-. large number of these Jews .r.aged to escape with the re::• ating Soviet armies. Gat ral Ion Antonescu. violently ur.:.-Semitic and pro-Naz: Prer of Rumania, justified the mass deportations to the Ukracr.e ghettos by raising the Nazi-aured -.".arge that the Jews were "C mmunist agents and saboteiu This policy was laid in Berlin shortly after the stan of the Russo-N'azi war and has been assidiously applied is all Nazi-dominated countri In a letter, written in reply U a protest from Rumanian Jewish' leaders.. Premier Antonescu whose suppression last year of a dissident faction within the Iron Guards was accompanied by the cold-blooded murder of thousands of Bucharest Jews, said: "You speak of tragedy and make an appeal in favor of the Jews. I understand your grief. ; You should have promptly understood the grief of the entire Rumanian nation. Consider that we have paid with our blood for the hate of your fellow-believers in Bessarabia. Odessa and Marasow" Gen, Antonescu accused the Jews of acting as Communist informers and of "inciting Soviet troops in Odessa to useless murder merely to cause us losses" during the two-mor.th siege of that Black Sea port. He accused the Jews of Bessarabia and northern Bukovina of murdering and chars, that they "received tl Too] M %  :. '. v. .-. I linst Jet throughout I %  men a. throwi 7I %  -hunt In rest, i : art marts; elencee f then at r for i spreading '.". %  _.. %  da ..-.: %  %  FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR a William I. Boxerman man was handing out literature 1 for the America First Commit1 tee attacking the president of th<, United States, the chief execu%  tive of all the people, including i even the Lindberghers And who was this un-American individual? None other than a character already known for his pro-Nazi sentiments, whose love j for the new Germany is a mat, ter of public record ... So the pattern is the same everywhere. ... Be it California or Florida. Gut Shabl SEND REFUGEES TO Mr 1 %  %  the din %  R. : %  01 %  1 Del %  %  I : J.'i'l'. 1.575 PALESTINE JEWS IN THE R. A. F., COMMONS IS TOLD ". %  • re are at pn < %  l r ,' T Pa estine Jem thi •-' % % % % % %  Air E %  %  • r-secre. Serrices to the Community In .-. quartet the ADL tary for d Ion < • Ge< rge Hall ible to •Id •'.' Houi of C in reJewish Com-1 ply 1 itj Out • : and legec i I number • ; Ps I %  • %  '. % %  ac[ ready refi r British n tarj • vice n tl foi Mr. HJ r no for Jewish 7Bureau ... I-• • %  I -• aw pi wh< physjea ; %  ::. • :---: the year. "Americanization?" IT LIKES YOU WHEN DINING OUT REMEMBER MORTON S. FAGAN'S PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT REOPENING TODAY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31ST Let Us Cater Your Next Luncheon. Banquet or '*t:~ 265 N. 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