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The Jewish Floridian ( 7 1941 )

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^Jewish Florid tin CoMfl/A,wc Ylhie Jewish HJmiilty VOLUME 14—No. 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS IPTE IS WHEELER CHARGES LEADERS WITH DISSERVICE TO JEWRY 342 CAMPAIGN Day J. Apte was elected chairman of the 1942 Greater Miami Jewish Federation campaign according to an announcement made by Morris Klass, Federation executive director. -We are highly elated that Day Apte will head our 1942 campaign," Benjamin Bronston, New York (WNS)— Senator Burton K. Wheeler, platform mate with Charles A. Lindbergh j and Senator Gerald Nye at rallies sponsored by the America First Committee and one of the nation's leading isolationists, sent the following wire to L. M. Birkhead, national director of the Friends of Democracy, in response to a question asking whether he shared "Lindbergh's anti-Semitic views": "I abhor anti-Semitism. I do not believe Lindbergh is antiSemitic. I think you and your group by charging him as being anti-Semitic are doing more to stir up anti-Semitism in this country than all of the anti-Semites in the country put together. You and some of the self-appointed leaders of the Jewish people are doing the Jewish race in this country a distinct disservice." RUMANIAN JEWRY REJECTS PLEAS PALESTINE IN DANGER OF NAZI ATTACK. WRITERS SAY AMERICA FIRST NOT REPLY TO Federation president stated. "Day has been an integral part of Federation and with his leadership I am confident of a successful drive." Mr. Apte, one of the oldest members of the Jewish community, coming here more than 25 years ago, has earned the position of respect from the entire community and has carved a niche in the business, civic and social affairs of Greater Miami. His activities number many and he has served as an officer of the Dade County Community Chest and Chamber of Commerce. He was president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau for three years and also of Temple Israel. He was one of those instrumental in the organization of Federation and has been an officer since its inception. Other officers selected to serve with him include: Stanley C. Myers and Mitchell Wolfson as vice chairmen; Benjamin Bronston will head the Special Gifts Committee; J. Gerald Lewis, Men's Division; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Women's Division; Daniel Broad, Apartment House Division; Mrs. Benjamin Bronston, Arrangements Division; and Wm. Boxerman, Campaign Publicity. Other members of the committee will be announced as soon as the appointments are made. New York (WNS)—The challenge to the America First Committee by Dr. Charles Fleischer, a Jew, former editor of the nowdefunct New York American, who resigned recently from the executive committee of the New York chapter of America First, to take a definite stand on the question of anti-Semitism, brought no response from the isolationist group's leaders. Dr. Fleischer, who resigned his America First post shortly after the national executive committee of the isolationist group refused to repudiate Lindbergh's anti-Semitic address, challenged America First leaders to take an unequivocal position on Lindbergh's speech and to make its decision public at the Madison Square Garden rally last week of the America First Committee. In a letter to John Flynn. chairman of the New York chapter, Dr Fleischer, after issuing the challenge, said: "Or is the Committee afraid that by taking this courageous and really American stand, it will alienate the support of hating and un-American thousands who are in your organization mainly because they believe it represents opposition to me Jews?" Y. M. H. A. TO FEATURE C. B. S.'s HARRY W. FLANNERY Harry W. Flannery, C. B. S. commentator, will come to Miami Tuesday, November 25th for a lecture under the auspices f. the Y. M. H. A. Mr. Flannery who replaced C. B. S.'s William L. Shirer in Germany a year ago, has just returned from Berlin and the capitols of the Nazi-conquered countries and will speak on "Berl in—Uncensored." The lecture will take place at the Miami Edison Senior High School Auditorium and tickets are now on sale at the Y. M. H. A. office. RUSS GOVERNMENT TO AID RUSSIAN JEWISH REFUGEES London (WNS)-Soviet Ambassador to Great Britain I. MaiBkv has assured British Jew isn ea'ders that the Soviet Government will do everything in IM Sower to aid Jewish refugees in K it has disclosed at: a meeting here of the Board of Jewish Deputies. £££d ,„ ,he Board the greet; circles here. Zurich (WNS)—A wave of terror gripped the Jewish population of Rumania as anti-Semitic Premier Ion Antonescu rejected pleas for leniency made by a Jewish delegation and pledged his regime to the destruction of Rumanian Jewry, according to reports received here. The delegation, composed of leading Bucharest Jews, pointed out that successive anti-Jewish laws have impoverished the country's Jewish population and that further anti-Semitic restrictions would mean slow death by starvation for the majority of Rumania's Jews. Dismissing the delegation, the Rumanian Premier, whp previously announced the expulsion of all Jews in Bessarabia and Bukovina to ghettos in the Nazi-occupied Russian Ukraine, voiced the hope that Hitler's threat, made in 1939, that Euro| pean Jewry would be destroyed, i would soon be realized. He bluntly refused to relax enforcement of the rapidly-mounting anti-Jewish decrees or to take steps to safeguard against antiSemitic pogroms, which have cost the Jewish population thousands of lives in the last two years. A Rumanian decree issued this week stated that no Jew may be employed in any Rumanian enterprise after December 31, 1941. This measure is tantamount to a death sentence for the Rumanian Jewish population since the "aryanization" of all Jewish enterprises in Rumania will be completed by that date, leaving no avenues of employment open to Jews in 1942. Government confiscation, higher tax rates and so-called "fines" have left virtually the entire Jewish population penniless. Reports filtering through the iron-ringed Nazi-Rumanian censorship stated that thousands of Jews were massacred in brutal pogroms which followed the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Bessarabia. Entry of Rumanian and Nazi troops into Ukranian villages abandoned by the Russians was the signal for mass murders of Jews. Rumanian officers made no attempt to discipline their troops and killings, plundering and rape took place in the Jewish quar(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) SIMONGUGGENHETM. NOTED INDSTRIALIST. DEAD AT 73 New York (WNS)—Simon Guggenheim, noted industrialist and philanthropist and one-time United States senator from Colorado, died last Sunday night at Mount Sinai Hospital, where he had been ill with pneumonia for several days. He was 73 years old. Mr. Guggenheim, together with his wife, established the John Simon Guggenheim Memor.al Foundation in 1925 in memory of their son for the aid of writers, painters, scientists and scholars, without distinction as to race, color or creed. He made an m•Ualgift of $3,000,000 to the Foundation, which hi helped hundreds of scholars 5nd scientists. Now York (WNS)—Drew Pearson and Robert S. Allen, syndicated columnists, predicted in their regular broadcast, that the Nazi Army, after occupying the key Soviet city of Rostov, will launch an attack on the Near East through Turkey. The columnists said that the Nazis, using small boats that have been brought through the Balkans by railroad and the Danube, will land a three-pronged expeditionary force in the Near Eastone at Smyrna, one at Haifa and one at Jaffa. At the same time, the Bulgarian Army will invade Turkey, the newspaper men believed, adding that Great Britain will throwall its resources into the battle to prevent a Nazi march through Turkey and Palestine to the oil of Mosul and the Caucasus. CONFERENCE OF .C.JI TO MEET TAMPA NOV. 9 The Southern Interstate Conference of National Council Jewish Women will convene in Tampa November 9th and continue through the 11th. Mrs. Florian A. Strassburger, president of the body, will preside at the meeting which will offer a full program, stressing the important JENS TO BUI EXEMPTION i New York (WNS)—Nazi corruption in occupied Poland has become so rampant that for 125 zlotys (about $25) a Jew can purchase a certificate exempting him from compulsory labor service, according to a report published in the November issue of the Free World. The magazine, which stated that it could guarantee the truth of this story, but to safeguard the underground movement we purposely refrain from giving details." added that Nazi officials in Poland are selling documents exempting Jews from wearing a yellow "mogen david" for 500 zlotys. The Nazi Commissioner of Warsaw was reported to have offered to sell official certificates providing legal exemption from wearing indentifying arm-bands to all Jews who could raise 600 zlotys. The magazine added: "In Cracow, for 1.200 zlotys, certificates of pure Aryan origin can be obtained. Payment in local currency is accepted but Jews willing to pay in United States dollars have a definite priority. Sometimes Gestapo men cheat the customers, especially over the exemption from requisition of goods in Jewish shops. "On payment of 40 percent of the value of the freed goods, one Gestapo man marked the docuj ment involved with a rubber! stamp in red ink. Two days later another Gestapo man seized the goods anew; the red stamp, it seems, was no good— a black rubber stamp was required. Of course, the second Gestapo man was willing to affix a rubber stamp—for the payment of the regular 40 percent." LINDBERGH "WARNS" U. S. OF DANGER FROM WITHIN MRS. ARTHUR BRIN phases of Council work. Institute to Promote Good Will in the Community will be the subject conducted by Dr. Everett Clinchy. Director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and Dr. Wm. G. Carr of the National Education Association. They will also be the principal speakers at the Sunday night meeting. Other sessions will be devoted to Service to the Foreign Born. Council in the Defense Program and Clinic on Administration. Mrs. Arthur Brin. immediate past president of the National Council will be the principal speaker at the banquet and will lead the discussion on Council and the Defense Program." Mrs. Brin, graduate of the University Minnesota, in addition to the many national positions which she holds, is a member of the National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War. She will use as the theme of her address the defense of democracy, placing special emphasis on the need of world organization in order to control aggressive warfare. Council's part in the American way of life and its community projects among which are school luncheons, clinics, work with the blind and hard of hearing and nursery schools for underpriviNew York (WNS)—Charles A. Lindbergh, chief drawing card of the America First Committee, speaking at a mass meeting held under the auspices of the Nejv York chapter of the anti-Semitic, isolationist organization, warned the American people that "our only danger lies from within." You should know, Lindy. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) NEW OFFICERS ELECTED BY MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT At a meeting held at the Tides Hotel last Thursday night, officers were elected to serve the Miami Zionist District for the ensuing year. They are: Louis Heiman, president: Irving Frankel, vice president; Philip Salmon, secretary; Louis Gordon, treasurer; and Harry Simonhoff, chairman of Board of Directors. Adalbert Freedman, executive director of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America, was guest speaker of the evening. %  > 1 'I



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PAGE TWO Jen iit fhrkHan FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, ig 4l Social Personals Clubs Organizations ORGANIZATIONS Installation dinner of officers of the Bialek Branch No. 290 of the J. N. W. A will take place Sunday. November 16th. 6:30 p. m.. at the Surf Hotel. Miami Beach. • • • Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association will hold its annual banquet Sunday evening. Nov. 16th at the Astor Hotel, Miami Beach. Attendance will be by invitation only. • • • Jewish War Veterans Post No 174 are sponsoring their annual pre-Arn .-.Day sen-ices at Temple Israel I night ..: 8:15 Hon. William J. Pruitt will be' guest speaker. H:> be "Yesterday. Today, Tomorrow I You." • • • A I • rence ...n al the regulai Busii Group of Had ling. .-. 8 o'clock at the Mi. Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid Avenue. • • • Mrs Henry Seitlin has annour I (fairs for the neei W n's Organizati a Group No. 1 of Miami. Starting | November 23 Mrs. George Silver .: a buffet dm. ner and card party with a cultural evening to be held on De.: ther in the es on December 23rd. • • • The Auxiliary of the JFINE CUSTOM TAILORING %  % %  :. ... : To The Gentleman For he who takes particular pride in his appearance, we of. fer the services cf master tail. ors. skilled m the art of creating and correctly frtt.ng clothes which enhance his own person, ality and taste. We are now shewing a large assortment of the \e*est Colors in Fine Fabrics for Evening. Sports and B.smets Wear. Now Open for the 18th Consecutive Season re Bureau will hold a luncheon and business meeting Monday. Nov. 17th. at 1230 at Fu Manchu. 43S 41st St. Miami Beach. Proceeding the luncheon a board meeting will be held at the same place at 11 a. m. Those who desire to make reservations will contact Mrs. Maurice Jacobs or Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. • • • At the last meeting of the National Children's Cardiac Horn* officers elected to serve for the suing year were Mrs. Jessie O Marcus, president: Mrs. Clementine Kemp, first vice president: Mrs. Frances Stark, second vice president; Mrs. Gertrude Lachs. recording secretary: Mrs. Ethyl N ithan. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Flo Emmer. treasurer; and Msr. Ann Dreyer. auditor. • • • The Business and Professional Women's Groups of Hadassah will I their second annual mem%  rship tea Sunday. Nov. 16 at Hotel Evans. Miami Beach. The • of the afternoon will be a 1 show. Hostesses for the afternoon will be the officers cf the organization. Several entertaining and novel features have been planned for the occasion. Beatrice Schoor is chairmin cf the event. • • • Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will address the Spinoza Forum this Saturday afternoon, at 11th St.. between Collins Ave.. and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Dr. Kaplan's topic will be "Faith Leading to Action." based on the philosophy of John Dewy. Tuesday evening. 8:15 o'clock at the Town Meeting, conducted by the Spinoza Forum. Mrs. Abraham A wife of Rabbi Kellrer will be guest speaker. Mrs. Kellner's topic will be "Women in Dictatorship Countries." • • • Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor an annual membership tea November 19th at the Hotel Alcazar and has announced committees for the affair which include all past presidents on the reception committee, including Mrs. Isador Cohen. Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mrs. Joseph Fine. Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. Sol Rotfort. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Mrs. M. Badanes. Mrs. H. Sootin rind Mrs. Sam Weissel. Other committees are registry. Mrs. Harry Markowitz and Mrs. Sidney Rauzin: membership. Mrs. Sam Haas. Mrs. Sol Weinkle. Mrs. Louis Margulies; refreshments. Mrs. J. Engler. chairman. Mrs. Charles Abbott. Mrs. Jack August. Mrs. money-saving 43rd ANINIVERARY SALE Ends Saturday—Shop Now for future needs Sam Dickson. Mrs. S. M. Goodman. Mrs. E. Hinkes. and M Ben Kandel: program. Mrs. Mar tha Myers. • • • Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. president of the local B'nai B'rith Aulixiary and of the District Auxiliary', left Wednesday with Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. state president of B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries, to attend a meeting of the B'nai B'rith Lodge in Jacksonville, where Mrs. Rotfort will be guest speaker. While in Jacksonville, they will assist in the organization of a Ladies Auxiliary. From there they will go to Washington. D C. to attend the National Convention of B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries which will be held next Monday and Tuesday. • • • Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will meet Monday, at 2 p. m. at the Alcazar Hotel. Mrs Milton Sirkin. president, will pre side during the business session and will present a report on the recent National Convention from which she has just returned. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. Educa* tion chairman, will speak o-i "The Meaning of the Balfour Declaration Today." A skit entitled "Information Please." a parody on the well known radio program, will outline the history, accomplishments and present emergency program of the Hadassah Medical Organization. This feature, written and directed by Mrs. Weinstein. will present Mrs. Murry Grossman in the Clifton Fadiman role, with Mrs. Leo Chaikin. Mrs. Morris Plant. Mrs. Joseph Williamson and Mrs. Colman Zwitman as the "experts." Dramatic interludes depicting various phases of the Medical Organization will be interpreted by Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. Ben Margolis. Mrs. Harold Spaet. Mrs. Samuel Katz and two children. Renah Weinstein. Tribute will be paid to the memory of Menachem Mendel L'ssishkin and Louis D. Brandels, recently departed great figures jr. the Zionist Movement. • • • Women's Division. American Jewish Congress held a board meeting Tuesday, at the home oi the president. Mrs. Moses Krieger at which time plans were formulated for the future program of the congress. The first event of interest will be Courtesy Day which will be held November 24th at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Benjamin H. London. This meeting will be held to honor tho presidents of all the Jewish Women's organizations of Greater Miami and the wives of the Rabbis. A book review will be presented by Mrs. Lillian Krieger Burton. Congress activities will be reported on by Mrs. J. Jacobs, education chairman. Mrs. London will be assisted by Mrs. John Myers. Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and Mrs. L. Glasser. The congress will hold their first annual victory donor luncheon on February 23rd. Mrs. Lutsky will serve as chairman of the donor project with Mrs. I. Glasser as co-chairman. At the board meeting, the president made the following appointments: Mrs. L. Glasser. membership; Mrs. John Myers, co-chairman: Mrs. A. J. Tobin, ways and means; Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, publicity; Mrs. J. Jacobs, education; Mrs. B. H. London, social chairman. The congress will hold their general meetings on the fourth Monday of every month. PERSONALS Mrs. Isidor Cohen has returned after two months vacation in Hollywood, Calif., with her son. Eddie, who is expected to visit here in about two months • • • Mrs. Samuel Gurss has returned to the city after spending five months at her summer home in Avon Lake, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Markus will be her guests for the winter. • • • Ruth Brotman, lyric coloratura soprano, is heading and directing the choral group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. She has been in recitals throughout the country and has been well received in her many appearances here. She has been contributing editor for various periodicals. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green of 489 N. E. 62nd Street announce the birth of their daughter. Bonnie Suzanne, at Jackson Memor^ lal Hospital, October 15th. UNVEILINGS The unveiling of a tombstone in memory of the late S. M. Goodman will be held in Woodlawn Cemetery at 2 p. m. Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. MARRIAGES Miss Eleanor Kurman and Theodore Cohen will be married Sunday in the Alcazar Hotel Roof Garden. Mr .and Mrs. Lewis Cohen, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom-elect, will be attendants. A reception will follow the ceremony. • • • The marriage of Miss Felice Levine to Sam Lipton took place Sunday. November 2nd at 3 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr. Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the ceremony. Miss Levine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Levine of Brooklyn. N. Y. Mr. Lipton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Lipton of Miami Attendants were Joseph Lipton. best man and Grace Levine, maid of honor. After a trip to Havana and Mexico the couple will reside at Miami Beach. HEAR BETTER With Modern Vacuum Tube RADIOEAR • BALANCED TONE RANGE • NO DISTURBING DISTORTION • INDIVIDUALLY FITTED plui EXCLUSIVE FEATURES VIOLET J. HOWSON 209 Congress Building SLENDERIZE THE RIGHT WAY Scientific Reducing Our Specialty Course of Single Treatments Also General Health Treatments For Better Health—Consult MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE DR. G. F. EHRLINE Naturojiathic I'hys. 76" 3 15-17 Biscaync Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 FOR SALE Old Established Tailoring Establishment with Dry Cleaning and Laundry Agency For Sal* on Account of Retirement. P. O. BOX 2973 MIAMI, FLORIDA c ame Wash. Ave. at 15th Miami Beach Open at 2:46 P. M. Air Conditioned 0 BEGINS TODAY FBI THRU MON. 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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1941 *Jewisli fkridiar, PAGE THREE m KING'S. .sW^t KOMMENTS The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Flondian 0 0 0 0 JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Ed. Note.—This column does not appear this week due to the illness of the columnist. It is expected that King's Komments will appear as usual next week. OPENING NOV. 14th THE MOST COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION & COSMETIC DEPARTMENT ON MIAMI BEACH Open 24 Hours — Air Conditioned ESKA Y DRUGS COLLINS AVENUE AND ESPANOLA WAY Junior Hadassah's news this j week centers around our annual I Formal Opening which is taking] place this Sunday afternoon.! November 9th at 2:30 p.m. in the beautiful patio of the Beachcomb" ... eer. 23rd street and Dade bou>-' Left Schemer Athletic Director *' vard. Miami Beach At a meeting (A •ird organized da) night directors held October 29 Uw %  "' "-' '->" Maurice Gs .-.-. v ,• .-..-.-; director The featui H. A., of which Frank Ro agwasa bosons. chairrr.ar.. recommended •.-. %  •••.-..-.-. lection of Lefty Schema %  -' B Lemon, secretary -. local athleti : rida A. A U, and Chic key Label as athlel r Anderson manager '..' the Pine :' the Y. It %  ".—': -.:: :r.z: Or'.ve are.^a fy could y accept thi position { r four months becau An operetta entitled "Queen i' Hadassah" will be presented bv a a cast of fifty girls. The music is adapted from Gilbert and Sullivan's -Mikado." Mrs. Harry L. Breskir. is director and George Rose, accompanist. The cast includes: Elsie Rawlson. Queen Hadassah: Hana BOB ilarity of our i % %  •.• athletic director was evidt ul : %  --.: %  : -..;.. came to pay tribute to him at that meeting %  •'• as anno -' ced that Lefty sr new coach • al the meeting Member: Irene Fader. Du rector of the Y M H ofDistracUon; Sylvia Grawman, U for the ng tour bocia. Susy, months. Ke will conduct els oyalty and Miss Lillian Cohen, chairman .aid and b co o per a te with Lefty h %  of the reception ::--.::-t will bask (ball team as well as plaj prograa: that he 11 I • be assisted by Rose Goodmark. i or. the same Lefty ^ the outB will Shirley Werner, Estelle Rubin, j standing athlete in this area and have classes in craft work under Dorothy Kejrser Edith Fr<;:r.a~. tremendous 1 ag. Al-|the da Edgar '_'--.-. ..-.Belle Tannen and A--,:-: Cohen, j ready bis classes at the V have ttructor in the Y • bop Classes ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call PEARL BROS. Sole Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 Refreshments will be served doubled : tioa and all -e.r. ben ar.d friends a:-: The following .; a tentative I cordially invited tc attend athletic schedu prepax Don't forget you have a cat-; athletic commit) the V M with Junior Kara ==a" this S-.-.H A.: „.„.-, "=; %  =:•••-" %  1. •. %  -.-.-r.-.er C-t.-. a S-rriay rr.-.rr tetba" .--;-: the %  the Bva:-::~-^r at 2:20 p m -.-. ;; businessroer Isaffet — 11. volleyball 11 tc 13 SHANGHAI MASS MEETING Monday Every %  i Friday DEMANDS REFUGEES OUSTED : : '="v r s els n -'...'. :.;:. at U V E-. ery Tuesday and Run First Aid ••..-.of Mrs Jo;-..;<: i-; : at practice 9 to 1111 ;-..-n Shar.sha snangnai W srr.itic mass i S -Aantimeeting held unr der the ausi ; -•' extreme Jap' ', Batioi ",. slmg Wednesday ning I. -: "•" • H • and • • %  %  evening ... 1. 7-. :': %  :-.%  %  • -.%  -i % %  %  %  '-__. -. 3-:. ---;. %  = — : "... now in internment camps anti-Semites demanded alsc and the ~ r -.:.--. of S Je"-.-_=la' —. %  %  art: -a-.-. : : • • -. E I U -_i : V : %  ,.... ...c -^ ... *ew BCTJ' Grcu? i: rea. r ....... r -. • 1 %  n tie "T* %  %  • :" JEWS IN OCCUPIED POLAND ~fHAIZED FOR BUYING HEAD Stockhofax W S S —Threlabor gang ii : --> Naz. tutr. .:.:.:: i them .: %  read— the door or telephone bell, the clatter of dishes, or even the laughter and voices of children nearly drive you frantic—days when you are restless, and cranky? Do you lie awake nights? When these hectic days and wakeful night* Interfere with your work and take the pleasure out of life for you, try DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine is a combination of effective nerve sedatives. Originated nearly sixty years ago. it is as up to date as todays newspaper. Dr. Miles Nervine ha. l*&X£££s£33 of nervous sufferers. You may find it exactly what J wm you try Dr. Miles Nervine? Your druggist ha. it Small bo(U S4 YOU DON'T HAVE TO PLAY I I] ...tocaaa ( ^__ c: %  Wster Keener Oar S l<>c *. _,.-.—^ V:-x A i I re B =a Bri: : i ." %  %  '--. '%  '-'-' ; s v -•• -. -Viz I'l. .-.: : '%  '-->£ SSS NERVINE i — PEOPLESz^f^^gpiCOMFA.VY li •mi ft liilc-fie I in !:•



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PAGE FOUR +Jmi$t FScridiar FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i* Jewish Floridi6i n 'BNAI B-RITH NOTES PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Mar.it:.-.g Editor t>-.:tTt4 u Second Ctaa MMtat .'-:• :.-:: : :h Po Off:c cf Mian::. Florida, under the A.: c-: Ma.-;h ;. :"? SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $ 2.00 SIX MONTHS $ 1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 45 DOUBTFUL GROUPS The educction problem in any form has been an exceedingly difficult one—whether it is public schools, religious, civic or social. It is said that educating children is usually a difficult task. We find, on the contrary, that it is the adults who are almost impossible when it comes to instilling them with some education. Common sense, we admit, is scarce but continue^ pounding should eventually find an intelligent awakening or c*. least c marked improvement. This brings us to the obnoxious practice wherein individuals :r. our community iove to be misled end jump headlong grasping any opportunity to join the ever-increasing number of un;u£tii:ed crgcr.irations with high sounding names most of whom ere seeking publicity and support on the grounds of fighting Hitlerism. Just this week c small group formed and trading on the name of an already existing organization are attempting to arouse and enlist the Jewish community in a new movement to step Hitlerism. There surely are enough organizations, ii not clready too many, all legitimate and active, endeavoring to help against the straggle and the stamping out of totalitarianism, regardless of variety. What is needed is a much closer working relationship between the already existing groups that they may. achieve maximum and effective results. The Jewish Floridian since its existence and the A. D. L. office since its inception, has served as a clearing house, feneting out and giving necessary information so that these individuals and the community may be guided accordingly. After all that is our duty and we expect to be called upon for this information. Nothing is to be gained by Jews, no matter the motivations in starting new organizations to fight anti-Semitism. There is need for those people who are presently devoting themselves to defecting Hitlerism through mass meetings which serve only cs emotional outlets and mediums for personal aggrandizement, discounting any financial intent, need for these people to join A. D. L. work and other similar groups in a planned program on c constructive end productive basis. We appeal to members of the community to be extremely cautious and reticent about joining, participating, making addresses, end aiding in other manners these doubtful purpose groups. Much harm can be done. Look before you leap. By Milton A. Friedman -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Mtidiij, Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONRUMANIAN JEWRY FEARS AS PREMIER REJECTIiPLEAS (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) CONFERENCE OF H.CJ.W. TO MEET, IN 1AMPA NOV. 9 (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) ters of all the villages. In ma.-.v cases, it was reported. R--.~ar.ar. sc'.diers were so revolted by the' bloody orgies that they asked to, be transferred t: i.'.i : %  %  Seizures of male Jews I if I warn the ages of 18 sad 45 foe ;tr in slave labor ga.-.gs u continuing. Most of the Jews are paid nothing for the back-breaking labors, others are given 35 le: daily, the equivalent of one cent. E:ght Jews are forced tc s.-.are the food ration normally g;. %¡ to one Rumanian soldier. Most cf the country*! r/r.*gogues and Jewish hospital] have been taken over by the authoritThe Jewish Bucharest have been er. b patients to provide room for the large numbers of wounded soldiers returning from the Russian front. One report stated that the famous synagague in Odessa was wiped out m a Nazi air attack on that city. Meanwhile. Rumanian authorities announced that all Jews must contribute part of this be| leged children, together with its broad educational policy, study and cultural groups will all receive attention at the gathering. Mrs. Arthur Kressler of the Tampa section is in charge of arrangements for the conference. Delegates attending the conference from the Miami section will be Executive Director. Miss Bess B. Spanner: president. Mrs. Monte Selig: Mrs. Charles Adler. Mrs. Benjamin Bronston. Mrs. Jack Cohen and Mrs. Elry Stone. I '.zr.gs to the Rumanian Army. Jews who are so poor that t do not fall into the lowest income j tax bracket must donate a mini-1 mum f one shirt, one pair of) trousers, one pair of stockings, two handkerchiefs and one towel. are able to pay intakes, recently increased for Jews, must contribute bed blankets and any other deemed necessary by military authorities. Those Jews who don't possess these items must purchase them and deliver them to military headquarters. Las: Sunday it was my great ..sure to be guest speaker on third anniversary program of the West Palm Beach A. Z. A. chapter. About 150 people were present and the affair was quite Dice It was interesting to note that among those present were the outstanding figures in the Bnai B'rith Lodge. It was good to see Pres. Joe Lesser, past Pi sident Katz. Jack Kapner. I Pepper. Dubbin. Birnbaum j and others. Brother Feldman. state president, could not atd due to illness and we hope ..fully recovered now. The brothers informed me that they aid trip of the Beach boys to Jackin December to attend state i nventi a. We had session during which sentiment was voiced that y would like for Miami to invite theii Lodge to attend one ax meetings I believe our administration should certainly take this up. A few days ago a meetjng was held by about fifteen brothers j who are interested in collecting delinquent dues and also securing new members. As a result there should be a great many applicants for admission at our next meeting. Wouldn't it be nice if during this week every member of Sholem Lodge brought in at least one new member? Incidentally, did you know that anyone paying S10.00 now beI comes a member in good standing until July 1. 1942 and that the j $10.00 includes the initiation fee? This is a beautiful sales point. Under our by-laws applicants under the age of 25 pay only half dues and this payment of $10.00 now by men in this category would make them paid up. including initiation fee until Jan. 1. 1943. Shortly we expect to have another initiation so let's bring in the members. Miami and Sholem Lodge is certainly prominent on the B'nai B'rith map. This week Jennie Rotfort. our own Auxiliary president and also president of the District Auxiliary, and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. state president. will go to Jacksonville to form an Auxiliary in that city. This will increase the total to six for the state and I believe make us first in the District, if not in the nation. From Jacksonville I understand the ladies may go to Washington for a district meeting. On the brighter side of the news, congratulations are due Brother Sam Lipton upon his marriage Sunday afternoon to Rosalind Berman's sister. Lots of luck to bride and groom on their marital voyage. Rosalind you know, is the Auxiliary vice president. The next meeting of Sholem Lodge should be very interesting. It will be the annual nomination meeting. Thus far the report of the nominating committee has been shrouded in secrecy. It is my sincere hope that there will be no political upheavals. The meeting will be held on this coming Tuesday. Armistice Day. Nov. 11th. at the Shorecrest Hotel. The Hotel is located at 1535 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Incidentally the Auxiliary will meet at the Bancroft Hotel at the same time. The latter hotel is across the street from the Shorecrest. At this meeting also. I understand that the Auxiliary will put on the program. Originally they had planned a musical comedy or something similar but latest reports state that it will be a radio program. Well, it is always nice to be pleasantly surprised. PROGNOSES Now that former Ambassador John Cudahy has revealed that during his interview with Hitler earlier in the year he found the Fuehrer looking as if he were suffering from a malignant disease, we thought you'd be interested to know that Dr. Josef Ranald, a palmistry expert who had the doubtful pleasure of inspecting Hitler's palm back in 1932, declares that the lines of the Nazi chieftain's paw include "the most evil mark to found on any hand," and that the palmist indications are that Adolf will come to a "frightful end in his fifty-third year" Since Hitler's fifty-third birthday falls on April 20, 1942, we're hoping that Dr. Ranald will prove a true prophet, and that before that date the world will have found relief from the most malignant disease from which it has ever suffered ... As for Junior Mossolini (we can't call him Signor any more, since the subordination of his economy to Senior Partner Adolf's has been made officaiT, Dr. Ranald foretells a "disastrous end" for him within the I year, basing his pronouncement on a reading of Junior's palm nearly 2 years ago, in 1922. GOEBBELS PRIZES That was an amusing contest recently sponsored by New York's afternoon tabloid, PM, for the best birthday greetings to be sent to Gabby Goebbels The winning message, submitted by Jack T. Jones of Jackson Heights, Long Island, consisted ol only one word: "Wait!" For this young Mr. Jones received S25, first prize in the contest The message that won second prize, which also was cabled over to Herr Goebbels, was longer, reading: "Adolf, of course, is the arch-fiend, and Herman we long to lick, but it's Joseph Paul and his screaming squall that make us downright sick" ... It was D. D. Stafford of Toledo who dedicated this doggerel to that dog YOU SHOULD KNOW The prominent Zionist worker mentioned as tendering his resignation is none other than Morris Margulies, erstwhile Executive Secretary of the ZOA and for the last year Organization Secretary Margulies is now being prevailed upon to accept the leadership of the New York Zionist districts There was a time when heads of Jewish organizations did not consider it proper to participate in local politics ... In this year's New York municipal elections, however, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, head of the American Jewish Congress, and Louis Lipsky, dean of Zionism, took a very active part in the campaign for the reelection of Mayor La Guardia Among the American Jewish intellectuals who signed the response to the appeal Soviet Jewish writers had sent here some months ago was Dr. Albert Einstein, who told us that he considers cultural ties between Soviet and American Jewry of primary importance for the future development of a healthy world Jewry We are told that Meyer W. Weisgal is making a thorough survey of the potentialities of the World Jewish Congress, which, we understand, .is planning big things Last week the Hebrew Union College, at a special ceremony held in New York, confened the degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters on Paul Baerwald, in recognition of his outstanding philanthropy Perhaps it was no coincidence that the day chosen for this ceremony also marked the fifty-fifth anniversary of the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty, called "Mother of Exiles," in Emma Lazarus' famous poem • • For Baerwald, one of the founders of the JDC, has been especially active in aiding the "homeless, tempest-test" victims of Hitlerism AMUSEMENTS Eddie Cantor was just getting ready to come on the air a couple of weeks ago when a sudden noisy excitement swept over the studio audience The Duke and Duchess of Windsor had come in ... But Eddie didn't let that faze him ... He calmed the audience and recaptured their attention by reminding them that quiet was necessary in honor of himself "After all, I'm the Duke of the Bronx." he told them Then there's Harry Hershfield, who had long been proud of his record of never standing in line for anything ... He made an exception when he waited for his turn to shake hands with the Duke of Windsor Emil Ludwig is writing the prologue for the forthcoming film „The Captain of Kopenick," based on one of the most astounding hoaxes of the century One character in the screen play, we understand, is the youthful Adolf Hitler, in the role of a sign painter And of course, in a scene showing him painting a sign, he has a lot of trouble with the letter V • • From Maxwell Anderson's new anti-Nazi play, "Candle in the Wind." we learn that the official Gestapo uniform has the name of Adolf Hitler inscribeel on the cuffs Which caused George S. Kaufman to wisecrack: "Some day in Germany a lot of men are going to wake up and find that their sleeves are too long • TRUE STORY You know of course that George M. Cohan, the beloved Broadway figure who is now recovering from a serious illness, has undiluted Irish blood in his veins ... So you'll appreciate this tale, retold by Winchell ... It seems that once upon a time Cohan wrote to one of the more "exclusive" winter resorts i r reservations, and got a response informing him that "this hote caters only to a restricted clientele" Whereupon Broadways Irish Cohan wired the hotel management that both of them ha been mistaken "You thought I was Jewish and I thought you were gentlemen." was his point THIS AND THAT How to keep the baby amused is a problem with which one Joseph Weintraub has long been wrestling ... He thinks he has finally found the solution—a baby carriage equipped wi* (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1941 *Jenist Fhrkliar PAGE FIVE TEMPLE ISRAEL 1S7 N. B19th Street Office Phone J-7715 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 96 Indian Creek Drive— 6-IZii Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZW1TMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone S-1TJS MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELI.NER. Rabbi 18] B W. Hth Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2.0S28 TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. \V. Third Street MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Aven.e V j3ictsi£-!3 ? '> ^ILDR. SAVtEL BENS OS, P*23 153 Jefferion Avt-.Phone 5-4781 or 5-4712 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION CONGREGATION BETH DAVID V aB-a:ill Leaea .'--. UlXKfCB MAMCtm CBsce* %  -: tm : --rim in U.'.X SHAPTR.', & I %  ". Ral I I Ewttmsa will be in the Tem,'. every morninj. Tou may consult I a ih h:m on matter* concerning the ,..., .j.. -..-. or your personal ems. Tou will be assured symthetlc hearing and advice and. Mincha -to *ay. eich matter will be --.let confidence. SERVICE SCHEDULE s rTic „ g^^ Daily Shachrls _..7:15a. m. Da:'.y Servi : A M Second Minyon 8 :00 a.m. Evening Servi I ? M 5:30 p.m. Saturday I A. M. Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the Congregation."'—Hillel. Sabbath Ere Serrices Friday evening. Nov. 7th. 8:15, o'clock, guest speaker at this pre::ce week service of the J. \V V will be Hon. William J., Pruitt Services conducted by I Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. In addition to the members and of-1 cf the Frieda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans, guests from other veteran and Masonic organizations will be t. A complete program of the evening's procedure will be given to the worshipers at the service. Sisterhood Notes The Sisterhood is numming with activity m its new year programs. In addition to the Bazaar, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Jan Jacobs and Mrs. J. G. Lewis, there are the following projects being undertaken by competent leaders in the organization. Mrs Benjamin Bronston. chairman of the Uniongram committee, is planning to open a Uniongram booth at the Temple on Friday evenings. The proceeds of this worthy project go to the Hebrew Union College. This booth will be opened in the near future. In the meantime, however, members can secure their Umongrams by contacting the chairman, phone 5-1685. Mrs. Jack Bernstein, chairman cf the •Tree of Life" project, announces a concerted effort on the part of her committee, to get a complete list of Temple wedding anniversaries, as well as adult birthdays in the congregation. A •leaf on the "Tree of Life'' may iced in honor of a happy occasion by caliing the chairman. phone 2-5344. Mrs. Philip Weinstein, chairman of the ne*arly formed "Braille Committee." announces the organizing of the class in Braille work. Volunteers are needed to facilitate this project in a humanitarian field, which Sisterhood's national office sponsors. Volunteers may register with the chairman, by calling 7-7280. Youth Group Meeting On Sunday evening. Nov. ftth at 8 o'clock the Youth group's opening meeting will take place, in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel. A symposium on the subject, "Organization of Youth in a Community and in a Democracy'' % %  -. %  %  c rented by James Pleas, • %  .:-.: gkeeaor, club actrvHief, Maori Y M. c A Lav Klauber, (enact Afeeetai af •dooUon New York City d'' %  %  .rrectioaj; Mama 8 '/ %  %  '' Dace county Scout i and Rabbi Cobr.-i." I ZwKn This will be folio* %  %  '•/ %  '" ception. refreshment*, enter! TA dancing. Young P' in the congre ga ti/vr. ,t "' age of U axe invited to aMaM Adnussion free la Kemoriam "May the Patter of ft MM UOjA peace to all who BM*jm, and comfort the berewred rrf,riK Of. At the services this ftu\*/ • '• Maariv Friday ... ...5:15 p. m. Sabbath Service 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p. m Oneg Shabbat ? M. Sabbath Services At the T: %  %  Daily Serrices --.:.-.1:15 and € V, p a y..r.-.'.':'.'. A -'• lafcewdi Str-r.:m 5:15 p. rr -: 1 Of x Congregational Meeting Dr "'.= '.' : -.' I Be The first congregational meeton -Sodom a la Mod ing under the auspices of the new g Lengyel i administration will be held on York Tuesday evening. Nov. 11 at 8 Lj .... luesaay evening. .Nov. n at o .„., ii:i ir : %  % %  %  .-, -.-..-r St o'clock in the auditorium of the p _--_ ~ new synagogue. 590 S. W. 17th ~U A" Ave. Max Rifas will preside and after the meeting refre;.-. Scrtptura ments will be served. All mem;,.. 7: : ._. bers are urged to be present. ._, .... .;,-._; 0 ngregaCGG it 10 Sundav School .--I *. and after the meeting refre;.. .'-^-cr CeaMBaaattea Mr Gershon I i "dock. %  i our B Sunday School The next meeting of the Sunday School faculty will be held on" Wednesday night. Nov. 12th Th library the tet— tunity to familiarize themselves with the source of materials needed in the preparation of the weekly lesson. Rabbi Keilner will lead a discussion on •Primary Sources in Education. Refuo Shlemo We pray for the speedy and complete recovery of our dear brothers, Harry Ofsovitz and I. Lipton. May the Lord grant they a Refuo Shlemo. Memorial Meeting Planned The first Yahrzeit of the late (or adu.u at 4 and revered Dr. Bernard Revel d* •£ Lecher Ztaddik Llvrocho will be Ids Schocl Registration Registration .-... x aoth u = %  I the Hebres and 5unday ici %  --i here paralle %  '~ c ~ formed 1 >C=icna^*s .: new itud %  CoUege of J"-^= Sadies It idefir ----%  "-hat -• : the C is (unfam ., -, i :' -•: ASisreriicos held on Sunday, Mov. 23 and in compliance with the request '-' the Yeshiva authorities all synagogues throughout the land where Yeshiva men occupy pulpits will hold special memorial services. Details of the services will be announced in the next issue of The Floridian. Mrs. F. Kopel will be hostess to a card and mah jongg party of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to be given at her residence 335 S W. 12th Avenue, Sunday evening, November 9th at 800 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded and delicious refreshments will be served. All proceeds will go to the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. Ding the memory at th : f '" v n 2 will bf. hallowed: YahrzeiU: Eugen" Eisenmann. father of Mrs. Adolph WeTtheirner; Minna M.-.gi'J, mother Harry Magld; Isaac W.inst'ir., fath,,t Mf. Isidora W-msteir menand ibe t\ i age of aeid at-ie acme -•:•-.. .*.. teer (oi :..:,-...: Bib ta.B.H Londoo n B ::-.-. if %  % %  ?"----'Mary and intennediatt : %  • f* ish Cererr.^r. %  %  d a beautrfui procsan wa BWTr.e iatest course is ^ iiscui __ icti and rktkx. -.. l the we:: knowlooal vorker and :.. m Beuawm ";^;'..\ .M. .%  .%  ie Ja i-Art Clas. ___ .._. |tr rf A c;ass m pamtmg ir __ -^ 7 scape aad •' era* for Monday afternooBi to meet -'--*•• _. under the dire — Wj 1 1 *.. ... COW This class is opev. .r.*r. 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PAGE SIX -Jmistfkrkttar FRIDAY. NOVEMBER BETH JACOB CONGREGATION PAROCHIAL SCHOOL TO BE STARTED HERE SHORTLY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) At a meeting held Monday ":cers were elected to serve in the new Yeshiva and chapters are planned for our Parochial School organization synagogue. which is to begin activities here Boy Scouts rtly Nathan Ginsburg was Our Boy Scout troop meets elected president. I. Sh'.esinger. Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p. m. secretary: Samuel Grundwerg. Beys of scout age are invited. treasurer; and Rev. T. L Audi Refua Shlaymo : the Board Of EduWe wish a complete and speedy cation A board of Rabbinical recovery to Attorney A. L. Mechpresidents c -posed of the lowitz. recovering from an apOrthodox Rabbis of the area was pendectomy at the Victoria Hos.-ri (Been in pitaL their tasks 7'r.c next meeting We also wish Seymour Gold will :-. held n *•' oisjhl one of our school pupils, a comNovember lOtl M C plete recover}' from a similar option Shadrei T: 1300 Collins eration at a Miami Beach hosavenue. Miami Beach p::a! NAOMI GROSSMAN ELECTED JULIUS KASDIN OPENS NEW FOR BIOGRAPHY PUBLICANT DRUG STORE ON THE BEACH FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Bcxerman Four Freedoms Have you seen Miami's newest It's an eight Naon 3r ssn an daughter cf The opening f the Esfcay Mi and Mrs Maurice Grossman, newspaper' Drugs, Friday, located m •.:-.-. juni r at th> University of Miami, page, six by nine inch publicasouthwest corner of Collins avewas selected by a national comtion The editor, publisher. nue and Espanola way Miami mittet : faculty members of the manager, and general flunkey is Beach. • announced by American Ass • n of Univer%  sixteen-year old boy. Edward ;'--•K...-r:.r.. ::s iwnei Ml sities and Colleges to have her Wall Kasdin, in the drug business for t>i graphy appear in the "Who's Edward calls his sheet, appro:-•: pas: l years, stated that Who Among Students" of acpnately enough. "Four Freenothing was spa:.i I make thi credited members :' the assocdoms." after President Roose%  ti n Naomi is ac:..-. in sorvelt's references In his now far ugh in a., feal its nty w r:< and is a member of mous speech Edward has i pride U his ... Phi Epsilon and is editorial policy, too ... And w.._ ..: : : smetie departtreasurer of :.-.e Inte: Remight it be' .". As he explained With an jpen-all-night laUons C unciL it to us the other dav. it is opscri] men • policj thi Eskay Drugs will • give the utmost i an hat op—^ %  position to the America First 2-1141 when you are in Committee and support of the [good printing preskli i I foreign policies. TIE BALFOUR DECLARATION WAS ISSUED TWENTY-FOOR TEARS AGO ARI TIE ARRIVERSART WAS OBSERVER THROUGHOUT TIE BAITED STATES Tartifo Off let. •ovtabtr 2B i, 1917. :r usri *oU>**hlld. 1 raYt eueb pliuui in conveying to you. on ttnslf of Kit utjttly't sovtrmtnt. int foUoln* dtelsrstiCD of tyepttB} u .mm Zioeltl stpirtuoos •Bleb cu toto tuesuitsd to. uio tpprovst or. UM Csblntt. Hit Mt.-tt-.yt Oortnsttti TJO wiu ftTOor u>t sv*-.:s-.-r'. IB Ptittiiot of t Mtioetl hot* for tat ••is* ;>:-..* *.-: •-... utt uitir oeti ttdttvoura to fteUlUU Utt tcnltvtMBt Of Uilt OOjtCl. It ktlBf cittxly unotrtvooe teat aouuaf tnall b toot fclcb prtjuoict •_-.• etvU tot rtliioua rlsbu of tXlttlBS BOH-WtwltO C %  %  IIIUIM IB PllSSUOt. Or UM rinu ano political ttaut ttjovst oy J" ID say C •-.-..COUBUT' I taovU bt srtuful if jrou aouid bring tilt tftciarttioa to UM oovitdct of utt zioaitt rMtrttioa. A Ufr^ FPANKLIN O-ROOSEVCLT 2. -e^u-e* -<-c #.-;•, LOUIS BRANDOS CHAlM WEIZMANN Hundred* of ma** me*-tine> have been held in (ities throughout the country in commemoration of the twenty-fourth anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, the document which hat been called the Magna Charta of the )• rwish National Home in Palestine. The meetings were alto the occasion for tributes to the memory of the veteran Zionist leader, Menabem Mendel Ussishkin and the great American champion of the Zionist cause. Justice Louis D. Brandeis, who collaborated in framinz the Declaration. The meetings were highlighted by resolutions pointing to the immense progress made by Jewish enterprise in the last twenty-four years in the establishment of the Jewish National Home and calling upon Great Britain to grant without further delay the repeated requests of Palestine JewTy for the creation of a substantial military force to fight as a Jewish army with the Brili-h Imperial forces in the Middle East. The resolutions also called upon the Churchill government i to rescind the Chamberlain White Paper of 1939 which is having a hampering effect on the ilevelopment of the National Home. The w line Paper was adopted on the eve of the war despite strong opposition that included the present I Prime Minister, Winston Churchill. In recent messages from President Roose<]• to the Zionist Organisation of America ind Hadassah, the American Chief Executive again expressed hit warm sympathy for the Jewish National Home in Palestine. In his November issue Edward asks the question "Is Lindbergh L r n-American?" ... He answers it by characterizing the Knight of the German Eagle as an antiBritish anti-Jewish, anti-Roose. velt aviator." i Now Edward comments that he 'can talk on this subject with au1 thority. for until four months 1 ago he was an active worker for the local America First Committee Then he grew rather disgusted with their tactics ... So he quit and volunteered his services for the Committee to Defend America. The future of this country lies in the hands of American youth of Edward's type, who take an active interest in world affairs They do more than merely accept democracy as a birthright. Being publisher, editor, etc.. has its financial trials and tribulations Why not help Edward along? Spend 5c for a copy of "Four Freedoms" It's published at 954 N. W. 75th street. Do You Listen To Them? With the multitude of programs, good. bad. and indifferent, on the air. we often lose sight of those which merit a special claim upon the radio audiences in that they help to preserve the American way of life We especially recommend the following programs and urge that you get into the habit of listening to them. On Saturday, at 9:30 p. m. over WIOD. Miami Round Table, with representatives of various faiths. On Sunday. 10 a. m.. over Station WQAM. Church of the Air. with religious services by various faiths. On Sunday. 12:15 p. m. over WKAT. I'm An American, devoted to an exposition of the privileges, responsibilities, and possibilities of the American wav of life ... At 2:30 p. m.. over WIOD. University of Chicago Round Table, with guest speakers on current problems. On Thursday, at 10:30 a. m.. over WIOD. Good Neighbors, designed to bring to the people of the United States a better understanding of Central and South American republics. Pet Peeves Pet peeve number one: Jewish organizations who invite as speakers, without investigation, "name" people whose attitude toward our governmental policy is so reactionary and hostile as to be almost pro-Nazi in effect Classic example is the recent appearance of one such person before a Jewish group whose very program is tied up with the defense of the Jew Information on most speakers is readily MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER (CONTINUE D FRO M PAGE 5, Greetings were offered by H M Frankel. Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld N. H. Hankoff and Joseph A' Berman. A musical program was carried through by Miss Ruth C Brotman. Edith Freeman and Irving Leibson. Refreshments were served by the Sisterhood who were the hostesses of th* occasion. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale. Florida Friday. 8 p. m.. Sabbath Eve service. Sunday morning, 10 to 12 Re ligious School. Sunday noon. 11:30 to 12 30 Temple Youth Club. Monday. 8 p. m.. Sisterhood meeting, including election of officers. Wednesday. 9 to 5. all-dav sewing by Sisterhood for American Red Cross. British War Relief Society, and Bundles for Britain. Thursday. 8 p. m.. Adult Bible and Hebrew Class. SUPPER TO HONOR ISIDOR COONS OF U.J.A. AND J.D.C. A buffet supper at the Evans Hotel will, be given by Federation officers in honor of Isidor Coons, representing the United Jewish Appeal and Joint distribution Committee and A. B. Tarte of the American Ort. who will be in Miami to appear before the Budget Committee. November 13th. The reception will be given that evening. Members of the campaign committee, the executive committee and the directors of Federation will be invited. available if only program chairmen will exercise a little discretion and get into the habit of calling our office We are happy to serve as a community clearing house on matters of this kind. Pet peeve number two: people who hide under high sounding organizational names in order to create the impression of numerical strength where none exists Case in point that certain rally sponsored by two of our cooreligionists who hope to defeat Hitler by pretty speeches Miami needs greater utilization of its existing facilities to combat reaction not the creation of new fronts of uncertain origin. Gut Shabbos! For Safety, Security and Liberal Return Place Your Funds in Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To S5.000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation lAIE FEIIELUL • MIAMI 4 S NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over S6.1CXJ.000 J. M. UPTON. President



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PPEAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1941 %  kist rkritor ?AC£ sr.ir.JEWISH LEADER. HI 10 GHETTO New York (WNS>— Dr. Wilijam Filderman. courageous leader of Rumanian Jewry and president of the Federation of Jewish communities in -.hat country, has been ^rested and deported to a ghetto in that part of the Russian Ukraine new occupied by Nazi and Rumanian troops, it was reported here by Charles A. Davi'.a. leader 0 f the Free Rumania" movement u %  United States. Or.!;. tt> weeks ago Dr. Filderman pr tested to anti-Semitic %  r Ion Antonescu against H of Jews in Bessara and Bukovina to ghett occupied Russian. %  t -. : gbout the recent years, Rumanian Jewry Dr. Filivrrr.ar. : r leaderiar.ee. : •;-. Roman .;•.--. J em i .-" R re and attend liati '.y : -. %  :.. news Mi I r BUM years be had i the report directly from Rumania. The United Rumanian Jew America cabled the Buch Ih community for further :-formation. At the same I steps were taken to report through the United States State Department with American Minister in Rum Dr. Fttdi: :• %  ... the mass expulsions of Jew the Ukraine infuriated Pr. Antonescu who delivered a IOUS attack against the J leader and Rumanian Jewr a nation-wide broadcast :: a Bucharest. Gen. Antonescu demanded that Dr. Filderm.v denied the right to practice as an attornj Meanwhile. Mr. Davila denounced the expulsions, declaring that ""such measures ar-. equiva%  I -i murder." The 'Tree Ruia" leader Rill has "a faint hope U .-:..; ntion of a great .cracy will result in res ling by Rumanian Goverr their barbaro.. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits iota Everywhere W by nOBU ." SIP.C5 %  .-.V -_.. %  I -— ; • L EMERGE AS I. S, SAVIOR HE HOPES COSS.E3 t>;M i;c KEY WEST NOTES RaLenrer of K jr rary chap He was heartily endoi r : C mmi rce and all civic gi -----; •" : thai : : i '. %  %  : itaphot -E .-%  :! %  .-.-: :-Bz apart I : 1 .: 7 %  corrupticr %  ABOUT PEOPLE I the S —'. : %  i : i screes '. : 7-. %  • .. • Join B'nai B'rith Manpower for National Defense B'nc: B'rith'a Anti-Defamation Leaque aided by hundreds of B'nai B'rith units fights subversive elements and promotes the tail nrj rr. r-. ? be*. The League pioneered and is *M fighting on the front lines to build National Defense against cnti-cernocTatic farces. B'nai B rith's HiDel Foundations aided by wide: scope—30,000 students—on 60 college C— %  — 'greater expansion under considerctfari/ radiate inter-faith friendship, the cornerstone of American Honor and Jewish Dignity. Hillel's preservation or value* builds Inner National Defenses. A. Z A. (Junior B'nai B'rith/— through its 475 boys' club* throughout the country —has brought youth organizations of every faith together in its Youth and Dem oaccy p i m m ini A. Z. A. community service* m behalf of youth build Good Citizenship far National Defense. The B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bu groups and thousands n mdrndaeii through its career studies ar.:--i recently published the booklet VLscrr Training and Jobs," which bos rece.vec wide distribution. Vocational Same* %  preparing American youth for mmamU Defense. Thousands of every faith rece.ve mt healing treatments of institutions s-cn as the National Jewish Hospital and *x US N. Levi Hospital founded by B :."-. s :-Thereby they build Health for BlfflM Defense. B'nai B'rith's Americanism Departmer-" conduct, hundreds of PtriclK raJL ar.c.tizenship programs attendee; ^--— thousands of all faiths. It builds Ncraonc. Unity for Defense. B'nai B'rith'. Women's Auxuna*->^ 000 strong -oss-t the national atfftfM 5 the Order, and *%£&$£ point defense program. //OKA.. Ey. a most importnat role in buOcLng Morale for National Defense. %  %  %  — -•• u;: %  is A7TOMC51E I : I ... -__.-.W ELFARE I-HE? ICJI Tiuaespeoe .:> -_. reou has given guidance to hundreds of B'nai B'rith I* At Your Country'* Call B'nai B'rith h Calling You JOIN SHOLEM LODGE NOW c \ \. L rAi rniTH OFFICE 722 Seybold BldaPHONE WJ751 HAROLD TURf ftp., ,„l M.mb.hip Chairman PHONE 5 5319 For MemberHhip Information r ^** ti c **"v ^=sar ; -^-„ .-/i r %  *. ^rwrnt Tcrtaacm eajs yf ~rt< rfi* ^*' %  A'D AOV ~S:'r\ y : WCTDrrgTW^T^^^^^*^^*^



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PAGE EIGHT *-Jenist ftcrktiar FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 1941 svnncoGUE OR CEIITER Written Especially for The Jewish Floridian D 1 RABBI LEON SPITZ Educational Director. Miami Beach Jewish Center LE G A L NOTICES NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that Ike undersigned, desiring to engage %  under tlM -:ti<'U* name of ALTCE MAYNK to regisI ter the said name with the Clerk of rt of Dade County. %  ALTCE KATZ II u 7-14-Sl %  ;> NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -dersigned desiring to .s name EACH WEAR SHOP En:RSN TE xy the scores of other Cer.. lers in Greater New xork are KINGS K '.'NTs in aOctothe outstanding institutions III I ii :-M-n-a MARIE ZUBER N "TICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that to engage sin ess ui the I titloue name JEWISH FLORIDNow York City and :::-. :-..-.; r.ty IAS %  •%  -' •' %  of New York's organized Jewry r .*. .I have rallied about these Centers. The country generally has folMARKET Intend* w v • JK v ._i. rrt said name with the Clerk I with -.of lowed the examp.e ol .New iorK art of Dade Con v -.Beach Jew. Jewry. One may assen with ., .isriimm fear of contradiction that there is!.,. ,. .. ;. U .JI-M r.ar.-1'.v :. t •. :'. uni a worthwhile, Synagogue anywhere in the land I NOl \V.t:i:r. r-.o-.r.: rr.:r-.:hs the question r.as been asked again and w.-.icn. if not ir. name tnen cer....... ,.r.:v in fact, does not carry a: LOVE MANOR APTS.ai B*tk • „ ., • „ St Miami Beach. Ft^rida. intends to nin in reference to The Miami least a portion ox tne Duraen oi Beach Jewish Center, "Is it a the functions of the Community %  %  %  Dade county. Synagogue or is it a Center?" Center. SIMPSON j. ROSENBERG Our answer is .".car and uneouivThis has been the great achieve' %  %  '-' %  :*-i:-u oca!—We are both. In other ment of the founders of the Cen-j NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that woris. we art a Community er ." n: that they have sue ed. desiring I er.cage in Center asej MM or even ceeded in breaking down the iso"ntwikw to :.-.'. Sy:.!.c. tuet As a matter fed the Talmud assures us this type of instituserve not oniy its own member-! s I T HLAND MOTORS :N : lion is a very ancient institution ship but the entire neighborhood .. f.ft.SS Cc "T> r 'K n :-. Jo wish '.i.e. The rabbis of the entire commun/.y Talmud speak in positive The writer is practically a terms I the Synagogue as a stranger in the community and H use i-cT^t^ i. vi.•..•* w—~.^ -~ : LI BT CHEVROLET CO. intend* to '.a'.: n .: the Svnagogue and thev --*-.-:-• v ..; ruse with the Clerk have forced the Synagogue to \ \ LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that •h undersigned, desiring to engage In mder the fictitious name of STAR LIQUOR STORE at 1501 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami. Florida. Intends to register the said name with thClert of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F1 rlda MACK M. COHAN 10/17-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\ EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In -s under the fictitious name of :• WHOLESALE CASH ^ CARRY at MM N. W. ;nd Ave. Miami Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cowgyg-g^ NAT LEVITT 10/1T-24-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or i! .v H DEPT. STORE at JWVW. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. '** HERMAN MINTZER MURRAY SCHULMAN MAX R SILVER \-1 rnejr for Applicants 10 17-24-31 11 7-14 NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name .' BILVER'8 GROCERY at 134 V W. Itn > %  Miami. Florida, intends to the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F1 rida ABE SILVER 10 '17-14-31 1! 7-14 S TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the .---%  %  %  i to engage I >runder : r. fl UI s, i of •-:> TEL DAVIS Intenda I • %  worship House oi yet r.e wi.l venture the guess L-.at ((t • -_ n i name :th the Clerk I Study and a House of Assembly, each and all of our Miami Syr.aj "* -" %  It is exactly '.hose ancient func gogues are functionmg to some RCBEN BHAI lions at the Synagogue which the extent as Centers as well as Sjm-I" -14-21-JS :.. : ..have hand' '.. us agogues. the Community Center of Wherein therefore lies the dif5 1 fill The term Community Syr.aJewish Center and the local Syngogu< Center has been invented agogues" The difference is not by Prof M M Kaplan, Dean of so much in kind as in extent. the Je? I ichers Institute and The Miami Beach Jewish Center. r at the Jewish Theolog guided by Dr. Samuel Bension. S D inarj of America He functions on the principle of a first Center an the Community Center to the n-th then known as Tne degre-e. Our doors are open to C nter oecaust it was rthodox, conservative and its kind in a.. r { r ~a -{j even non-believers. %  just Our facilities are more readily at jt enty-fivc jrears ago. available to the vast majority of Pr Kaj i th< most the residents I thi Miami Beach brilhanl JewisI thinker of our Jewish Community. We stress r :: Bible not only the religious but also at Cohu ia University and is the the cultural and social activities. founder ~-~ i ft-.-. Socierj We are making our especial apfor Advancen t t Judaism He peal to the young people has z: -;-._-tie d tht doctrine or ; r a word, we combine the S.vnagogue with the now non-existent YM-YWHA of Miami Beach, just as the majority of such institutions have done in New York City, just as they have done in the more progressive Jewish Communities all over America. And that is why we invite both the patronage and the cooperation of Lhe entire Jewish communi.y of Miami Beach. NOTICE IS HERE: Y • EN thai the %  %  to ... i • • %  ference between the Miami Beach %  %  • JIMM ACRANT %  unty, :-". T< >M RIG ;:NS M ll 7-14-ti .• :: s sopby t a Jewish civiuzation tht idea : revita ternal t;r.n:.p'.vs c: Judaism in >ur :v.-. t.mes and in m times His Jewish theological :r--ai.vr p.-.-lnsophy has com— anded respect everywhere among tr..r.'sir.g Jews and CnrisA quarter ::" a century r.as i;; : : and the C u nity Synagogw Center movesneat %  laday _h;_esti narly •_-. drm.nant movement m .\~.-.T H J -fn life We even nave a Synag:i_. Community Center r Jemsaleai and I seal w-ithin the cor.f.r.cs :: the British Empire But even a New Y:rfi City tr.; Vr.ity Tm pie :f Brocs.yn Temple Em.maruel at New York. Br.ai Jeshunm, lha Dtuuhl i ii Jewish Center, the ."im.aica Je_
RRIS EHRLICH SAM EHRLICH 11 :-i4-n- it s S TICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th.it : SILVERMAN ll engaged in titious name of APARTMENTS at *57 Collins M in Beach I %  • • County. •-nd to register Mid %  I ame in the Office of the rcuit Court of Dade I BESSIE SILVERMAN OE" IROE CHERTKi IF Attori for Applicant -4-31 11/7-14 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in 1 -< under the fictitious name of CHELSEA HOTEL al .-< Waahlnc• • : Ave., Miami ;•.. h Ptoi tends to rrr:*T-7 the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. MILDRED FREEMAN 10 17-J4-31 11/7-14 NOTICE IS? HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned. daatriBg to engage in eaa under the fictitious name of GOTHAM HOTEL intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit C^urt of Dade County. Florida. SOL SGOLDSTROM I7-J4-J1 U 7-14 R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Se-the-* Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRANC „-i :• Fertilixer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: 0;_ z% Florida = -:-e -: — tin: S-44S1 O" :es S,;.:V 1Fla. PMOSE 4.JJ75 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO %  : %  •• EDGAR H M-.-HR. : HELEN C MOHR. Defei HELEN C M-.-HR Tatnall Street Apt .n I'-^.ware IT IS '.'Rt'EREl' that y. u file f HW Aaoesusaea on or before the 1st day of December. A D 1M1. to the I Complair.t for Divorce filed :the above styled cause, otherwise a aMksraa ;>.rfe.s< wfB be antarai a*i.-.t I %  HE JEWISH FL...RIDIAN la desF. A. PETERSON, District Manager —, serve*. :' :.*:::.-•-, E-CORAL GABLES. FLA. aM to /•-— *.-:-: c-a-a*—*t ay p. O. Box 4473 '".?;•-•'• •--Tf-T-e' rj :r PHONE 4-4240 t r*" te tae >:s".*ge at taai e- :e The Shelby Sol—book Co. Ignated as the r.w;pr in which this ardor shall be published or.ee a week for four consecutive weeks This th day of October A. D. 1*4! E B LEA T HERMAN Clerk Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Fla. • Sea!) By R H RICE. JR Deputy Clerk VAX R SILVER Attorney for Pla :• si ii 7-14-: HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OASES AND OPERA-ED B' LOCAL DA RYMEN ^—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED E •-:.SANDS IAY WE SER.E YOUPhone MIAMI 2-7698-FT. LALTDERDALE 613 far GRADE -APASTEUR2ED MILK CREAM IWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY AC1DOPHILUS We Sinc ere > j Be li eve That Tlvsre te N. Better Diry Prouct Titan HOME MILK NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the underaigned. dee:— .ng to engage in businesa under the fictitious name of ANS >NTA ATARTMENTS intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BETH OE Tonra A I.' ICI8 MECHI>-WITZ AT-: v for AppUcaal 17-M-SI t: 7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Boaineaa under the fictitious name of OCEAN PARK APTS intends to register the said name with the Clerk of •he Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. GISSIE Q WITT A LOl'IS MECHI.OWITZ Attornev for Applicant l'17->4-Il 11 7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that tba H lerstgned. dealur.g to engage in business under the fictitious name of BAITS GR'>'ERT AND MARKET intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circjit Court of Dade County. Florida. CT BLVMENTHAL A. LOCIS MECHLOWITZ Attorney for Applicant :'17-:4-Jl 1! 7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that iersigred. desiring to engage in business under the f.ctitious name of NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET intends to register the said name w.th the Clerk of •"-C an of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM MEt'HLOWlTZ IS MECHU^VITZ • Applicant IT-M-S1 II 7-: W OTjCT IS HEREBT GIVEN that '^rsigr.e.i. ir*.::c to er.gare m under the f: .rr.e of • ATE OF SAM MARCIS. irtends 'ter the said name with the --k of the Circuit Court of Dade F-—:da EDITH MARCTS A LOUIS MECHLOWITZ Attorney for Applicant I It 17-S4-S1 11 7-: IT LIKES YOU NOTICE is HEREBT QIVBN th.tt ers gned .lesir-.i-g to encaca in UMMr the fictitious name of GRAND AVENUE FASHION SHOP irtends to register the said name with the Oerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MORRIS GATT ALOCIS MECHLOWITZ Attorney for Applicant !• 17-S4-11 11/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY NorN^T" the undersigned, desiring busings.un.ler the fictitious nEI* "1 LE8ROY JEWELRY STORE t *lS E. Flagler St Mian : :• ," to register the said name with .2' Clerk of the Circuit Cclurt VtuX County. Florida. Uad 10/24-31 11/7-U-il ^ E,SKX ^H.I NOTICE IS HEREBT 'ilVFv"^ the undersigned, desiring t, sngiS in business under the fictitious nm! of VICTORS NEW YORK I;ippK SHOP, at 431 N. W. tad Ave. MED? Florida. In tend, to register h. Z\ name with the Clerk of the ClrruS Court of Dade Countv. FTortdaT 10/10-17-24-S, „)V CTQR BMOW-a ,."OTO IS HEREBY GIVEN ThTt the undersigned, desiring to enrar. in business under the fictitious narns of HOWELL APTS.. Intend to", !" gister the said name with the Clerit of the Circuit Court of Dade Count? Honda. '• W. C. DAVIS JOHN ALLEN JO\P 10/10-17-J4-31 11/7 U ES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to -rigaee ln business under the fictitious nams of UNITED AUTO ELECTRIC^ SERVICE, at !2 W. Flagler St .Miami. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Ptorlda 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. lit; Chapter MBM, Laws of Florida. lSIl! will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for I>adC Florida, the fictitious name, to-wii' MIAMI MEAT PACKERS under which we are engaged In business at W. 22nd St. and Red Road, in the city of Hialeah. Florida That the parties ir.ierest*-! in said business enter;-r:''e are a.'• IWI WILLIAM KASOFSKT NATHAN FINKEL EPH A. BERMAN Attorne; I Applicants -17-24-31 11/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. de:( • -v til '•f TEDS BARBER S:i %  • ;• • .: • W. 81 Miami. Florida %  •• % %  said name with the Clerk of the Cll nil : Pile County. Flo C. L. -TED" NAILLINQ -:"--<-:: :: : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEEDS, at KM N. M ml Are., Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Co-: %  • Florida. J. RABIN" 10/10-17-14-31 11/T NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES intends to register the sail name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida LOUIS LEVINSON 10'10-17-14-31 11 -7 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tba flctit is name of JERSET FOOD CENTER, al 441 I Ave. Miami Beach. Floridaintends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade OoVBtT, Florida ALEX KAGIN 10 10-17-24-31 11 7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EVANS K1AMESHA APT. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS EVANS A LOUIS MECHLOWITZ Attorney for Applicant I*. 17-24-31 11 '7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name o' ATLANTIC HOTEL intend to regist*'' the said name with the Clerk Of** Circuit Court of Dade County. Flood*. FRANK KOLNICk MINA KOLNICK A LOUIS? MECHLOWITZ Attorney for Applicant 10 It-24-31 U/T-14 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 7y. CLUB, intend to register the BftM name w:th the Clerk "f tne Circuit Court of Dade Count;. Florida. C. J SPIKE MRS. J. K FIN* ,:4-:: H 7-14-H NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat the undersigned, desiring to engage in smess I the fictitious name <>{ GENERAL KOSHER MARKET at HO West FUgler Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register name with the Clerk of the Court of Dade County. Flori,U 1 PASHKOW MARTIN GENET Att.vnex for Applicant 10 24-31 117-14-21 _. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name oi VINCENT APARTMENTS. MJami Beach. Florida, intend, to register the said name with the Cterk *£? Circuit Court of Dade Oatwty. Fgrwa. TETTA BODBN8TBN MARTIN GENET Attornev for Applicant 10 31 11 7-14-21-2J


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
7 1941

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


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^Jewish Florid tin
CoMfl/A,wc Ylhie Jewish HJmiilty
VOLUME 14No. 45
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
IPTE IS
WHEELER CHARGES LEADERS
WITH DISSERVICE TO JEWRY
342 CAMPAIGN
Day J. Apte was elected chair-
man of the 1942 Greater Miami
Jewish Federation campaign ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Morris Klass, Federation ex-
ecutive director.
-We are highly elated that
Day Apte will head our 1942
campaign," Benjamin Bronston,
New York (WNS) Senator
Burton K. Wheeler, platform
mate with Charles A. Lindbergh
j and Senator Gerald Nye at ral-
lies sponsored by the America
First Committee and one of the
nation's leading isolationists, sent
the following wire to L. M. Birk-
head, national director of the
Friends of Democracy, in response
to a question asking whether he
shared "Lindbergh's anti-Semitic
views":
"I abhor anti-Semitism. I do
not believe Lindbergh is anti-
Semitic. I think you and your
group by charging him as being
anti-Semitic are doing more to
stir up anti-Semitism in this
country than all of the anti-Se-
mites in the country put togeth-
er. You and some of the self-ap-
pointed leaders of the Jewish
people are doing the Jewish race
in this country a distinct disser-
vice."
RUMANIAN JEWRY
REJECTS PLEAS
PALESTINE IN DANGER OF
NAZI ATTACK. WRITERS SAY
AMERICA FIRST
NOT REPLY
TO
Federation president stated. "Day
has been an integral part of Fed-
eration and with his leadership
I am confident of a successful
drive."
Mr. Apte, one of the oldest
members of the Jewish com-
munity, coming here more than
25 years ago, has earned the
position of respect from the en-
tire community and has carved
a niche in the business, civic and
social affairs of Greater Miami.
His activities number many and
he has served as an officer of
the Dade County Community
Chest and Chamber of Com-
merce. He was president of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau for three
years and also of Temple Israel.
He was one of those instrumental
in the organization of Federation
and has been an officer since its
inception.
Other officers selected to serve
with him include: Stanley C.
Myers and Mitchell Wolfson as
vice chairmen; Benjamin Bron-
ston will head the Special Gifts
Committee; J. Gerald Lewis,
Men's Division; Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Women's Division; Dan-
iel Broad, Apartment House Di-
vision; Mrs. Benjamin Bronston,
Arrangements Division; and Wm.
Boxerman, Campaign Publicity.
Other members of the committee
will be announced as soon as the
appointments are made.
New York (WNS)The chal-
lenge to the America First Com-
mittee by Dr. Charles Fleischer,
a Jew, former editor of the now-
defunct New York American, who
resigned recently from the execu-
tive committee of the New York
chapter of America First, to take
a definite stand on the question
of anti-Semitism, brought no re-
sponse from the isolationist
group's leaders.
Dr. Fleischer, who resigned his
America First post shortly after
the national executive commit-
tee of the isolationist group re-
fused to repudiate Lindbergh's
anti-Semitic address, challenged
America First leaders to take an
unequivocal position on Lind-
bergh's speech and to make its
decision public at the Madison
Square Garden rally last week of
the America First Committee.
In a letter to John Flynn. chair-
man of the New York chapter,
Dr Fleischer, after issuing the
challenge, said: "Or is the Com-
mittee afraid that by taking this
courageous and really American
stand, it will alienate the support
of hating and un-American thou-
sands who are in your organiza-
tion mainly because they believe
it represents opposition to me
Jews?"
Y. M. H. A. TO FEATURE C. B.
S.'s HARRY W. FLANNERY
Harry W. Flannery, C. B. S.
commentator, will come to Mi-
ami Tuesday, November 25th
for a lecture under the auspices
f. the Y. M. H. A. Mr. Flannery
who replaced C. B. S.'s William
L. Shirer in Germany a year ago,
has just returned from Berlin and
the capitols of the Nazi-conquer-
ed countries and will speak on
"Berl inUncensored."
The lecture will take place at
the Miami Edison Senior High
School Auditorium and tickets
are now on sale at the Y. M. H. A.
office.
RUSS GOVERNMENT TO AID
RUSSIAN JEWISH REFUGEES
, London (WNS)-Soviet Am-
bassador to Great Britain I. Mai-
Bkv has assured British Jew isn
ea'ders that the Soviet Govern-
ment will do everything in IM
Sower to aid Jewish refugees in
K it has disclosed at: a meet-
ing here of the Board of Jewish
Deputies. ,
d ,he Board the greet;
circles here.
Zurich (WNS)A wave of ter-
ror gripped the Jewish popula-
tion of Rumania as anti-Semitic
Premier Ion Antonescu rejected
pleas for leniency made by a
Jewish delegation and pledged
his regime to the destruction of
Rumanian Jewry, according to
reports received here.
The delegation, composed of
leading Bucharest Jews, pointed
out that successive anti-Jewish
laws have impoverished the coun-
try's Jewish population and that
further anti-Semitic restrictions
would mean slow death by star-
vation for the majority of Ru-
mania's Jews.
Dismissing the delegation, the
Rumanian Premier, whp pre-
viously announced the expul-
sion of all Jews in Bessarabia
and Bukovina to ghettos in the
Nazi-occupied Russian Ukraine,
voiced the hope that Hitler's
threat, made in 1939, that Euro-
| pean Jewry would be destroyed,
i would soon be realized.
He bluntly refused to relax en-
forcement of the rapidly-mount-
ing anti-Jewish decrees or to take
steps to safeguard against anti-
Semitic pogroms, which have
cost the Jewish population thou-
sands of lives in the last two
years. A Rumanian decree is-
sued this week stated that no
Jew may be employed in any
Rumanian enterprise after De-
cember 31, 1941.
This measure is tantamount to
a death sentence for the Ruman-
ian Jewish population since the
"aryanization" of all Jewish en-
terprises in Rumania will be com-
pleted by that date, leaving no
avenues of employment open to
Jews in 1942. Government con-
fiscation, higher tax rates and
so-called "fines" have left vir-
tually the entire Jewish popula-
tion penniless.
Reports filtering through the
iron-ringed Nazi-Rumanian cen-
sorship stated that thousands of
Jews were massacred in brutal
pogroms which followed the with-
drawal of Soviet troops from
Bessarabia. Entry of Rumanian
and Nazi troops into Ukranian
villages abandoned by the Rus-
sians was the signal for mass
murders of Jews.
Rumanian officers made no at-
tempt to discipline their troops
and killings, plundering and rape
took place in the Jewish quar-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
SIMONGUGGENHETM. NOTED
INDSTRIALIST. DEAD AT 73
New York (WNS)Simon Gug-
genheim, noted industrialist and
philanthropist and one-time Unit-
ed States senator from Colorado,
died last Sunday night at Mount
Sinai Hospital, where he had
been ill with pneumonia for sev-
eral days. He was 73 years old.
Mr. Guggenheim, together with
his wife, established the John
Simon Guggenheim Memor.al
Foundation in 1925 in memory of
their son for the aid of writers,
painters, scientists and scholars,
without distinction as to race,
color or creed. He made an m-
Ualgift of $3,000,000 to the
Foundation, which hi helped
hundreds of scholars 5nd scien-
tists.
Now York (WNS)Drew Pear-
son and Robert S. Allen, syndi-
cated columnists, predicted in
their regular broadcast, that the
Nazi Army, after occupying the
key Soviet city of Rostov, will
launch an attack on the Near
East through Turkey.
The columnists said that the
Nazis, using small boats that
have been brought through the
Balkans by railroad and the Dan-
ube, will land a three-pronged
expeditionary force in the Near
Eastone at Smyrna, one at Haifa
and one at Jaffa.
At the same time, the Bulgar-
ian Army will invade Turkey, the
newspaper men believed, adding
that Great Britain will throw-
all its resources into the battle
to prevent a Nazi march through
Turkey and Palestine to the oil
of Mosul and the Caucasus.
CONFERENCE OF
.C.JI TO MEET
TAMPA NOV. 9
The Southern Interstate Con-
ference of National Council Jew-
ish Women will convene in Tam-
pa November 9th and continue
through the 11th. Mrs. Florian
A. Strassburger, president of the
body, will preside at the meet-
ing which will offer a full pro-
gram, stressing the important
JENS TO
BUI EXEMPTION
i
New York (WNS)Nazi cor-
ruption in occupied Poland has
become so rampant that for 125
zlotys (about $25) a Jew can
purchase a certificate exempting
him from compulsory labor ser-
vice, according to a report pub-
lished in the November issue of
the Free World.
The magazine, which stated
that it could guarantee the
truth of this story, but to safe-
guard the underground move-
ment we purposely refrain from
giving details." added that Nazi
officials in Poland are selling
documents exempting Jews from
wearing a yellow "mogen david"
for 500 zlotys.
The Nazi Commissioner of War-
saw was reported to have offered
to sell official certificates pro-
viding legal exemption from
wearing indentifying arm-bands
to all Jews who could raise 600
zlotys. The magazine added:
"In Cracow, for 1.200 zlotys,
certificates of pure Aryan origin
can be obtained. Payment in lo-
cal currency is accepted but Jews
willing to pay in United States
dollars have a definite priority.
Sometimes Gestapo men cheat
the customers, especially over
the exemption from requisition
of goods in Jewish shops.
"On payment of 40 percent of
the value of the freed goods, one
Gestapo man marked the docu- j
ment involved with a rubber!
stamp in red ink. Two days
later another Gestapo man seized
the goods anew; the red stamp, it
seems, was no good a black
rubber stamp was required. Of
course, the second Gestapo man
was willing to affix a rubber
stampfor the payment of the
regular 40 percent."
LINDBERGH "WARNS" U. S.
OF DANGER FROM WITHIN
MRS. ARTHUR BRIN
phases of Council work. Insti-
tute to Promote Good Will in the
Community will be the subject
conducted by Dr. Everett Clin-
chy. Director of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, and Dr. Wm. G. Carr of
the National Education Associa-
tion. They will also be the prin-
cipal speakers at the Sunday
night meeting. Other sessions
will be devoted to Service to the
Foreign Born. Council in the De-
fense Program and Clinic on Ad-
ministration.
Mrs. Arthur Brin. immediate
past president of the National
Council will be the principal
speaker at the banquet and will
lead the discussion on Council
and the Defense Program." Mrs.
Brin, graduate of the University
Minnesota, in addition to the
many national positions which
she holds, is a member of the Na-
tional Committee on the Cause
and Cure of War. She will use
as the theme of her address the
defense of democracy, placing
special emphasis on the need of
world organization in order to
control aggressive warfare.
Council's part in the American
way of life and its community
projects among which are school
luncheons, clinics, work with the
blind and hard of hearing and
nursery schools for underprivi-
New York (WNS)Charles A.
Lindbergh, chief drawing card of
the America First Committee,
speaking at a mass meeting held
under the auspices of the Nejv
York chapter of the anti-Semitic,
isolationist organization, warned
the American people that "our
only danger lies from within."
You should know, Lindy.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED BY
MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT
At a meeting held at the Tides
Hotel last Thursday night, offi-
cers were elected to serve the
Miami Zionist District for the
ensuing year. They are: Louis
Heiman, president: Irving Fran-
kel, vice president; Philip Sal-
mon, secretary; Louis Gordon,
treasurer; and Harry Simonhoff,
chairman of Board of Directors.
Adalbert Freedman, executive di-
rector of the Southeastern Re-
gion of the Zionist Organization
of America, was guest speaker
of the evening.


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Jen iit fhrkHan
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, ig4l
Social
Personals
Clubs
Organizations
ORGANIZATIONS
Installation dinner of officers
of the Bialek Branch No. 290 of
the J. N. W. A will take place
Sunday. November 16th. 6:30 p.
m.. at the Surf Hotel. Miami
Beach.

Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
tery Association will hold its an-
nual banquet Sunday evening.
Nov. 16th at the Astor Hotel,
Miami Beach. Attendance will
be by invitation only.

Jewish War Veterans Post No
174 are sponsoring their annual
pre-Arn .-.- Day sen-ices at
Temple Israel I night ..: 8:15
Hon. William J. Pruitt will be'
guest speaker. H:> -
be "Yesterday. Today, Tomorrow
I You."

A I rence
-
...- n al the
regulai Busii
Group of Had
ling.
.-. 8 o'clock at the Mi-
. Beach Jewish Center. 1415
Euclid Avenue.

Mrs Henry Seitlin has an-
nour I (fairs for the .
neei W n's Organizati a
Group No. 1 of Miami. Starting |
November 23 Mrs. George Silver
.: a buffet dm- .
ner and card party with a cul-
tural evening to be held on De-
.: ther in the
es on December 23rd.

The Auxiliary of the J-
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pride in his appearance, we of.
fer the services cf master tail.
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and correctly frtt.ng clothes
which enhance his own person,
ality and taste.
We are now shewing a large as-
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Sports and B.smets Wear.
Now Open for the 18th
Consecutive Season
re Bureau will hold a
luncheon and business meeting
Monday. Nov. 17th. at 1230 at
Fu Manchu. 43S 41st St. Miami
Beach. Proceeding the luncheon
a board meeting will be held at
the same place at 11 a. m. Those
who desire to make reservations
will contact Mrs. Maurice Jacobs
or Mrs. Meyer Schwartz.

At the last meeting of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Horn*
officers elected to serve for the
suing year were Mrs. Jessie O
Marcus, president: Mrs. Clemen-
tine Kemp, first vice president:
Mrs. Frances Stark, second vice
president; Mrs. Gertrude Lachs.
recording secretary: Mrs. Ethyl
N ithan. corresponding secretary:
Mrs. Flo Emmer. treasurer; and
Msr. Ann Dreyer. auditor.

The Business and Professional
Women's Groups of Hadassah will
I their second annual mem-
rship tea Sunday. Nov. 16 at
Hotel Evans. Miami Beach. The
_ of the afternoon will
be a 1 show. Hostesses for
the afternoon will be the officers
cf the organization. Several en-
tertaining and novel features have
been planned for the occasion.
Beatrice Schoor is chairmin cf
the event.

Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, will
address the Spinoza Forum this
Saturday afternoon, at 11th St..
between Collins Ave.. and Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach. Dr. Kap-
lan's topic will be "Faith Leading
to Action." based on the philoso-
phy of John Dewy. Tuesday eve-
ning. 8:15 o'clock at the Town
Meeting, conducted by the Spin-
oza Forum. Mrs. Abraham A
wife of Rabbi Kellrer
will be guest speaker. Mrs. Kell-
ner's topic will be "Women in
Dictatorship Countries."

Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor an annual membership
tea November 19th at the Hotel
Alcazar and has announced com-
mittees for the affair which in-
clude all past presidents on the
reception committee, including
Mrs. Isador Cohen. Mrs. Lewis
Brown. Mrs. Joseph Fine. Mrs.
Harry Oliphant. Mrs. Sol Rot-
fort. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Mrs.
M. Badanes. Mrs. H. Sootin rind
Mrs. Sam Weissel. Other com-
mittees are registry. Mrs. Harry
Markowitz and Mrs. Sidney Rau-
zin: membership. Mrs. Sam Haas.
Mrs. Sol Weinkle. Mrs. Louis
Margulies; refreshments. Mrs. J.
Engler. chairman. Mrs. Charles
Abbott. Mrs. Jack August. Mrs.
money-saving
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Sam Dickson. Mrs. S. M. Good-
man. Mrs. E. Hinkes. and M
Ben Kandel: program. Mrs. Mar
tha Myers.

Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. president
of the local B'nai B'rith Aulixi-
ary and of the District Auxiliary',
left Wednesday with Mrs. Sol
Goldstrom. state president of
B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries, to at-
tend a meeting of the B'nai B'rith
Lodge in Jacksonville, where Mrs.
Rotfort will be guest speaker.
While in Jacksonville, they will
assist in the organization of a
Ladies Auxiliary. From there
they will go to Washington. D
C. to attend the National Con-
vention of B'nai B'rith Auxiliar-
ies which will be held next Mon-
day and Tuesday.

Miami Chapter of Senior Had-
assah will meet Monday, at 2 p.
m. at the Alcazar Hotel. Mrs
Milton Sirkin. president, will pre
side during the business session
and will present a report on the
recent National Convention from
which she has just returned.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. Educa*
tion chairman, will speak o-i
"The Meaning of the Balfour De-
claration Today."
A skit entitled "Information
Please." a parody on the well
known radio program, will out-
line the history, accomplishments
and present emergency program
of the Hadassah Medical Organi-
zation. This feature, written and
directed by Mrs. Weinstein. will
present Mrs. Murry Grossman in
the Clifton Fadiman role, with
Mrs. Leo Chaikin. Mrs. Morris
Plant. Mrs. Joseph Williamson
and Mrs. Colman Zwitman as
the "experts." Dramatic inter-
ludes depicting various phases
of the Medical Organization will
be interpreted by Mrs. George
Goldberg. Mrs. Ben Margolis.
Mrs. Harold Spaet. Mrs. Samuel
Katz and two children. Renah
Weinstein.
Tribute will be paid to the
memory of Menachem Mendel
L'ssishkin and Louis D. Brandels,
recently departed great figures jr.
the Zionist Movement.

Women's Division. American
Jewish Congress held a board
meeting Tuesday, at the home oi
the president. Mrs. Moses Krieger
at which time plans were for-
mulated for the future program
of the congress. The first event
of interest will be Courtesy Day
which will be held November
24th at 2 p. m. at the home of
Mrs. Benjamin H. London. This
meeting will be held to honor tho
presidents of all the Jewish Wo-
men's organizations of Greater
Miami and the wives of the Rab-
bis. A book review will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Lillian Krieger
Burton. Congress activities will
be reported on by Mrs. J. Jacobs,
education chairman. Mrs. Lon-
don will be assisted by Mrs. John
Myers. Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Mrs. S.
H. Lutsky. Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and
Mrs. L. Glasser.
The congress will hold their
first annual victory donor lun-
cheon on February 23rd. Mrs.
Lutsky will serve as chairman of
the donor project with Mrs. I.
Glasser as co-chairman.
At the board meeting, the
president made the following ap-
pointments: Mrs. L. Glasser.
membership; Mrs. John Myers,
co-chairman: Mrs. A. J. Tobin,
ways and means; Mrs. S. H. Lut-
sky, publicity; Mrs. J. Jacobs,
education; Mrs. B. H. London,
social chairman.
The congress will hold their
general meetings on the fourth
Monday of every month.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Isidor Cohen has returned
after two months vacation in
Hollywood, Calif., with her son.
Eddie, who is expected to visit
here in about two months

Mrs. Samuel Gurss has return-
ed to the city after spending five
months at her summer home in
Avon Lake, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Markus will be her guests
for the winter.

Ruth Brotman, lyric coloratura
soprano, is heading and directing
the choral group of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. She has
been in recitals throughout the
country and has been well re-
ceived in her many appearances
here. She has been contributing
editor for various periodicals.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green of
489 N. E. 62nd Street announce
the birth of their daughter. Bon-
nie Suzanne, at Jackson Memor^
lal Hospital, October 15th.
UNVEILINGS
The unveiling of a tombstone
in memory of the late S. M.
Goodman will be held in Wood-
lawn Cemetery at 2 p. m. Sunday
afternoon. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate.
MARRIAGES
Miss Eleanor Kurman and
Theodore Cohen will be married
Sunday in the Alcazar Hotel Roof
Garden. Mr .and Mrs. Lewis Co-
hen, brother and sister-in-law of
the bridegroom-elect, will be at-
tendants. A reception will follow
the ceremony.

The marriage of Miss Felice
Levine to Sam Lipton took place
Sunday. November 2nd at 3 p.
m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Barr. Miami Beach. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro performed the
ceremony. Miss Levine is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Levine of Brooklyn. N. Y. Mr.
Lipton is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isidor Lipton of Miami Atten-
dants were Joseph Lipton. best
man and Grace Levine, maid of
honor. After a trip to Havana
and Mexico the couple will re-
side at Miami Beach.
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KING'S. .sW^t
KOMMENTS
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Flondian
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JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Ed. Note.This column does
not appear this week due to the
illness of the columnist. It is
expected that King's Komments
will appear as usual next week.
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Junior Hadassah's news this j
week centers around our annual I
Formal Opening which is taking]
place this Sunday afternoon.!
November 9th at 2:30 p.m. in the
beautiful patio of the Beachcomb- ...
eer. 23rd street and Dade bou>-' Left* Schemer Athletic Director *'
vard. Miami Beach At a meeting (A ird organized da) night
directors held October 29 Uw "' "-' '->" Maurice Gs
.-.-. v .-..-.-; director The featui
H. A., of which Frank Ro agwasa bosons.
chairrr.ar.. recommended .-. .-..-.-.
lection of Lefty Schema -' B Lemon, secretary
-. local athleti : rida A. A U, and Chic
" key Label as athlel r Anderson manager '..' the Pine
:' the Y. It ".': -.:: :r.z: Or'.ve are.^a
- fy could y accept thi po-
sition { r four months becau
An operetta entitled "Queen i'
Hadassah" will be presented bv a
a cast of fifty girls. The music
is adapted from Gilbert and Sul-
livan's -Mikado." Mrs. Harry
L. Breskir. is director and George
Rose, accompanist.
The cast includes: Elsie Rawl-
son. Queen Hadassah: Hana
. bob ilarity of our i ath-
letic director was evidt ul '
. : .--.:: -..;.. came to
pay tribute to him at that meet-
ing "' as anno -' ced that
Lefty sr new coach
- al the meeting
Member: Irene Fader. Du rector of the Y M H
ofDistracUon; Sylvia Grawman, U for the ng tour
bocia. Susy, months. Ke will conduct els oyalty and
Miss Lillian Cohen, chairman .- aid and b cooperate with Lefty h
of the reception ::--.::-t will bask (ball team as well as plaj prograa: that he 11 I
be assisted by Rose Goodmark. i or. the same Lefty ^ the out- B will
Shirley Werner, Estelle Rubin, j standing athlete in this area and have classes in craft work under
Dorothy Kejrser Edith Fr<;:r.a~. tremendous 1 ag. Al-|the da Edgar '_'--.-. ..-.-
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 45
DOUBTFUL GROUPS
The educction problem in any form has been an exceedingly
difficult onewhether it is public schools, religious, civic or
social. It is said that educating children is usually a difficult
task. We find, on the contrary, that it is the adults who are
almost impossible when it comes to instilling them with some
education. Common sense, we admit, is scarce but continue^
pounding should eventually find an intelligent awakening or
c*. least c marked improvement.
This brings us to the obnoxious practice wherein individuals
:r. our community iove to be misled end jump headlong grasp-
ing any opportunity to join the ever-increasing number of un-
;utii:ed crgcr.irations with high sounding names most of whom
ere seeking publicity and support on the grounds of fighting
Hitlerism. Just this week c small group formed and trading on
the name of an already existing organization are attempting to
arouse and enlist the Jewish community in a new movement to
step Hitlerism. There surely are enough organizations, ii not
clready too many, all legitimate and active, endeavoring to
help against the straggle and the stamping out of totalitarianism,
regardless of variety. What is needed is a much closer working
relationship between the already existing groups that they may.
achieve maximum and effective results.
The Jewish Floridian since its existence and the A. D. L. office
since its inception, has served as a clearing house, feneting out
and giving necessary information so that these individuals
and the community may be guided accordingly. After all that
is our duty and we expect to be called upon for this information.
Nothing is to be gained by Jews, no matter the motivations
in starting new organizations to fight anti-Semitism. There is
need for those people who are presently devoting themselves
to defecting Hitlerism through mass meetings which serve only
cs emotional outlets and mediums for personal aggrandizement,
discounting any financial intent, need for these people to join
A. D. L. work and other similar groups in a planned program
on c constructive end productive basis.
We appeal to members of the community to be extremely
cautious and reticent about joining, participating, making ad-
dresses, end aiding in other manners these doubtful purpose
groups. Much harm can be done. Look before you leap.

By Milton A. Friedman
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
Mtidiij, Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
RUMANIAN JEWRY
FEARS AS PREMIER
REJECTIiPLEAS
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
CONFERENCE OF
H.CJ.W. TO MEET,
IN 1AMPA NOV. 9
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
ters of all the villages. In ma.-.v
cases, it was reported. R--.~ar.ar.
sc'.diers were so revolted by the'
bloody orgies that they asked to,
be transferred t: i.'.i- :
Seizures of male Jews I if I warn
the ages of 18 sad 45 foe ;tr
in slave labor ga.-.gs u continu-
ing. Most of the Jews are paid
nothing for the back-breaking
labors, others are given 35 le:
daily, the equivalent of one cent.
E:ght Jews are forced tc s.-.are
the food ration normally g;. ?
to one Rumanian soldier.
Most cf the country*! r/r.*-
gogues and Jewish hospital] have
been taken over by the authorit-
The Jewish
Bucharest have been er.
b patients to provide
room for the large numbers of
wounded soldiers returning from
the Russian front. One report
stated that the famous synagague
in Odessa was wiped out m a Na-
zi air attack on that city.
Meanwhile. Rumanian author-
ities announced that all Jews
must contribute part of this be- |
leged children, together with its
broad educational policy, study
and cultural groups will all re-
ceive attention at the gathering.
Mrs. Arthur Kressler of the Tam-
pa section is in charge of arrange-
ments for the conference.
Delegates attending the con-
ference from the Miami section
will be Executive Director. Miss
Bess B. Spanner: president. Mrs.
Monte Selig: Mrs. Charles Adler.
Mrs. Benjamin Bronston. Mrs.
Jack Cohen and Mrs. Elry Stone.
I '.zr.gs to the Rumanian Army.
Jews who are so poor that t
do not fall into the lowest income j
tax bracket must donate a mini-1
mum f one shirt, one pair of)
trousers, one pair of stockings,
two handkerchiefs and one towel.
. are able to pay in-
takes, recently increased
for Jews, must contribute bed
blankets and any other
deemed necessary by mili-
tary authorities. Those Jews
who don't possess these items
must purchase them and deliver
them to military headquarters.
Las: Sunday it was my great
..sure to be guest speaker on
third anniversary program of
the West Palm Beach A. Z. A.
chapter. About 150 people were
present and the affair was quite
Dice It was interesting to note
that among those present were
the outstanding figures in the
Bnai B'rith Lodge. It was good
to see Pres. Joe Lesser, past
Pi sident Katz. Jack Kapner.
- I Pepper. Dubbin. Birnbaum
j and others. Brother Feldman.
' state president, could not at-
d due to illness and we hope
..- fully recovered now. The
brothers informed me that they
aid trip of the
. Beach boys to Jack-
in December to attend
state i nventi a. We had
.......session during which
sentiment was voiced that
y would like for Miami to
invite theii Lodge to attend one
ax meetings I believe our
. administration should cer-
tainly take this up.
A few days ago a meetjng was
! held by about fifteen brothers
j who are interested in collecting
delinquent dues and also secur-
ing new members. As a result
there should be a great many ap-
plicants for admission at our
next meeting. Wouldn't it be
nice if during this week every
member of Sholem Lodge brought
in at least one new member? In-
cidentally, did you know that
anyone paying S10.00 now be-
I comes a member in good standing
until July 1. 1942 and that the
j $10.00 includes the initiation fee?
This is a beautiful sales point.
Under our by-laws applicants un-
der the age of 25 pay only half
dues and this payment of $10.00
now by men in this category
would make them paid up. in-
cluding initiation fee until Jan.
1. 1943. Shortly we expect to
have another initiation so let's
bring in the members.
Miami and Sholem Lodge is
certainly prominent on the B'nai
B'rith map. This week Jennie
Rotfort. our own Auxiliary
president and also president of
the District Auxiliary, and Mrs.
Sol Goldstrom. state president.
will go to Jacksonville to form an
Auxiliary in that city. This will
increase the total to six for the
state and I believe make us first
in the District, if not in the na-
tion. From Jacksonville I under-
stand the ladies may go to Wash-
ington for a district meeting.
On the brighter side of the
news, congratulations are due
Brother Sam Lipton upon his
marriage Sunday afternoon to
Rosalind Berman's sister. Lots of
luck to bride and groom on their
marital voyage. Rosalind you
know, is the Auxiliary vice pres-
ident.
The next meeting of Sholem
Lodge should be very interesting.
It will be the annual nomination
meeting. Thus far the report of
the nominating committee has
been shrouded in secrecy. It is
my sincere hope that there will
be no political upheavals. The
meeting will be held on this com-
ing Tuesday. Armistice Day.
Nov. 11th. at the Shorecrest Ho-
tel. The Hotel is located at 1535
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. In-
cidentally the Auxiliary will meet
at the Bancroft Hotel at the same
time. The latter hotel is across
the street from the Shorecrest.
At this meeting also. I under-
stand that the Auxiliary will put
on the program. Originally they
had planned a musical comedy or
something similar but latest re-
ports state that it will be a radio
program. Well, it is always nice
to be pleasantly surprised.
PROGNOSES
Now that former Ambassador John Cudahy has revealed
that during his interview with Hitler earlier in the year he found
the Fuehrer looking as if he were suffering from a malignant
disease, we thought you'd be interested to know that Dr. Josef
Ranald, a palmistry expert who had the doubtful pleasure of
inspecting Hitler's palm back in 1932, declares that the lines of
the Nazi chieftain's paw include "the most evil mark to found
on any hand," and that the palmist indications are that Adolf
will come to a "frightful end in his fifty-third year" Since
Hitler's fifty-third birthday falls on April 20, 1942, we're hoping
that Dr. Ranald will prove a true prophet, and that before that
date the world will have found relief from the most malignant
disease from which it has ever suffered ... As for Junior Mos-
solini (we can't call him Signor any more, since the subordina-
tion of his economy to Senior Partner Adolf's has been made of-
ficaiT, Dr. Ranald foretells a "disastrous end" for him within the
I year, basing his pronouncement on a reading of Junior's palm
nearly 2 years ago, in 1922.
GOEBBELS PRIZES
That was an amusing contest recently sponsored by New
York's afternoon tabloid, PM, for the best birthday greetings to
be sent to Gabby Goebbels The winning message, submitted
by Jack T. Jones of Jackson Heights, Long Island, consisted ol
only one word: "Wait!" For this young Mr. Jones received
' S25, first prize in the contest The message that won second
prize, which also was cabled over to Herr Goebbels, was longer,
reading: "Adolf, of course, is the arch-fiend, and Herman we
long to lick, but it's Joseph Paul and his screaming squall that
make us downright sick" ... It was D. D. Stafford of Toledo
who dedicated this doggerel to that dog .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The prominent Zionist worker mentioned as tendering his
resignation is none other than Morris Margulies, erstwhile Ex-
ecutive Secretary of the ZOA and for the last year Organiza-
tion Secretary Margulies is now being prevailed upon to
accept the leadership of the New York Zionist districts There
was a time when heads of Jewish organizations did not con-
sider it proper to participate in local politics ... In this year's
New York municipal elections, however, Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
head of the American Jewish Congress, and Louis Lipsky, dean
of Zionism, took a very active part in the campaign for the
reelection of Mayor La Guardia Among the American Jew-
ish intellectuals who signed the response to the appeal Soviet
Jewish writers had sent here some months ago was Dr. Albert
Einstein, who told us that he considers cultural ties between
Soviet and American Jewry of primary importance for the fu-
ture development of a healthy world Jewry We are told that
Meyer W. Weisgal is making a thorough survey of the poten-
tialities of the World Jewish Congress, which, we understand,
.is planning big things Last week the Hebrew Union Col-
lege, at a special ceremony held in New York, confened the
degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters on Paul Baerwald, in recogni-
tion of his outstanding philanthropy Perhaps it was no
coincidence that the day chosen for this ceremony also marked
the fifty-fifth anniversary of the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty,
called "Mother of Exiles," in Emma Lazarus' famous poem
For Baerwald, one of the founders of the JDC, has been espec-
ially active in aiding the "homeless, tempest-test" victims of
Hitlerism .
AMUSEMENTS
Eddie Cantor was just getting ready to come on the air a
couple of weeks ago when a sudden noisy excitement swept
over the studio audience The Duke and Duchess of Windsor
had come in ... But Eddie didn't let that faze him ... He calmed
the audience and recaptured their attention by reminding them
that quiet was necessary in honor of himself "After all, I'm
the Duke of the Bronx." he told them Then there's Harry
Hershfield, who had long been proud of his record of never
standing in line for anything ... He made an exception when
he waited for his turn to shake hands with the Duke of Wind-
sor Emil Ludwig is writing the prologue for the forthcoming
film The Captain of Kopenick," based on one of the most
astounding hoaxes of the century One character in the
screen play, we understand, is the youthful Adolf Hitler, in the
role of a sign painter And of course, in a scene showing
him painting a sign, he has a lot of trouble with the letter V
From Maxwell Anderson's new anti-Nazi play, "Candle in the
Wind." we learn that the official Gestapo uniform has the name
of Adolf Hitler inscribeel on the cuffs Which caused George
S. Kaufman to wisecrack: "Some day in Germany a lot of men
are going to wake up and find that their sleeves are too long
TRUE STORY
You know of course that George M. Cohan, the beloved
Broadway figure who is now recovering from a serious illness,
has undiluted Irish blood in his veins ... So you'll appreciate
this tale, retold by Winchell ... It seems that once upon a time
Cohan wrote to one of the more "exclusive" winter resorts ir
reservations, and got a response informing him that "this hote
caters only to a restricted clientele" Whereupon Broadways
Irish Cohan wired the hotel management that both of them ha
been mistaken "You thought I was Jewish and I thought you
were gentlemen." was his point .
THIS AND THAT
How to keep the baby amused is a problem with which one
Joseph Weintraub has long been wrestling ... He thinks he has
finally found the solutiona baby carriage equipped wi*
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1941
*Jenist Fhrkliar
PAGE FIVE
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1S7 N. B- 19th Street
Office Phone J-7715
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
96 Indian Creek Drive6-IZii
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZW1TMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone S-1TJS
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELI.NER. Rabbi
18] B W. Hth Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2.0S28
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. \V. Third Street
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Aven.e V j- 3ic-
tsi-!3 ?'>^il-
DR. SAVtEL BENS OS, P*23
153 Jefferion Avt-.-
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4712
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
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Ral I I Ewttmsa will be in the Tem-
,'. every morninj. Tou may consult I
a ih h:m on matter* concerning the
. ,..., .j.. -..-. or your personal
ems. Tou will be assured sym-
thetlc hearing and advice and. Mincha _
-- to *ay. eich matter will be
--.- let confidence.
SERVICE SCHEDULE s,rTic g^^
Daily Shachrls-------_..7:15a. m. Da:'.y Servi_____:. A M
Second Minyon------------8:00 a.m. Evening Servi I ? M
5:30 p.m. Saturday ___ I A. M.
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the Congregation."'Hillel.
Sabbath Ere Serrices
Friday evening. Nov. 7th. 8:15,
o'clock, guest speaker at this pre-
::ce week service of the J.
\V V will be Hon. William J.,
Pruitt Services conducted by I
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. In
addition to the members and of-1
cf the Frieda Markowitz
Post of the Jewish War Veterans,
guests from other veteran and
Masonic organizations will be
t. A complete program of
the evening's procedure will be
given to the worshipers at the
service.
Sisterhood Notes
The Sisterhood is numming
with activity m its new year pro-
grams. In addition to the Ba-
zaar, under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Jan Jacobs and Mrs. J. G.
Lewis, there are the following
projects being undertaken by
competent leaders in the organi-
zation.
Mrs Benjamin Bronston. chair-
man of the Uniongram commit-
tee, is planning to open a Union-
gram booth at the Temple on
Friday evenings. The proceeds
of this worthy project go to the
Hebrew Union College. This
booth will be opened in the near
future. In the meantime, how-
ever, members can secure their
Umongrams by contacting the
chairman, phone 5-1685.
Mrs. Jack Bernstein, chairman
cf the Tree of Life" project, an-
nounces a concerted effort on the
part of her committee, to get a
complete list of Temple wedding
anniversaries, as well as adult
birthdays in the congregation. A
leaf on the "Tree of Life'' may
iced in honor of a happy oc-
casion by caliing the chairman.
phone 2-5344.
Mrs. Philip Weinstein, chair-
man of the ne*arly formed "Braille
Committee." announces the or-
ganizing of the class in Braille
work. Volunteers are needed to
facilitate this project in a human-
itarian field, which Sisterhood's
national office sponsors. Volun-
teers may register with the
chairman, by calling 7-7280.
Youth Group Meeting
On Sunday evening. Nov. ftth
at 8 o'clock the Youth group's
opening meeting will take place,
in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel.
A symposium on the subject,
"Organization of Youth in a
Community and in a Democracy''
'-. '- c rented by James Pleas,
.:-.: gkeeaor, club actrvHief,
Maori y M. c A Lav Klauber,
(enact Afeeetai af dooUon
New York City d'- ''
.rrectioaj; Mama 8 '/' ''
Dace county Scout i
and Rabbi Cobr.-i." I ZwKn
This will be folio*'' '/ '"
ception. refreshment*, enter!
tA dancing. Young P'
in the congregati/vr. ,t"'
age of U axe invited to aMaM
Adnussion free
la Kemoriam
"May the Patter of ft MM UOjA
peace to all who BM*jm, and
comfort the berewred rrf,riK Of.
At the services this ftu\*/ '
Maariv___________
Friday ... ...5:15 p. m.
Sabbath Service ..... 9:00 a.m.
6:00 p. m Oneg Shabbat
? M.
Sabbath Services
At the T: .
Daily Serrices
--.:.-.- 1:15 and V, p a
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Congregational Meeting Dr "'.= '.':-.' I Be
The first congregational meet- on -Sodom a la Mod
ing under the auspices of the new g Lengyel i
administration will be held on York
Tuesday evening. Nov. 11 at 8 Lj ....
luesaay evening. .Nov. n at o .., ii:i-ir-.: .-,-.-..-- r St
o'clock in the auditorium of the p _--_ ~
new synagogue. 590 S. W. 17th ~U A"
Ave. Max Rifas will preside _
and after the meeting refre;.- -. Scrtptura
ments will be served. All mem- ;,.. 7: : ._.
bers are urged to be present. ._, .... .;,-._- ;0ngregaCGG it 10
Sundav School .--i__*. ____.....
and after the meeting refre;.- .
.'-^-cr CeaMBaaattea
Mr Gershon I i "-
dock. i our B
Sunday School
The next meeting of the Sun-
day School faculty will be held
on" Wednesday night. Nov. 12th
Th
library
the tet
tunity to familiarize themselves
with the source of materials need-
ed in the preparation of the
weekly lesson. Rabbi Keilner
will lead a discussion on Pri-
mary Sources in Education.
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy and
complete recovery of our dear
brothers, Harry Ofsovitz and I.
Lipton. May the Lord grant
they a Refuo Shlemo.
Memorial Meeting Planned
The first Yahrzeit of the late
(or adu.u at 4
and revered Dr. Bernard Revel d*
Lecher Ztaddik Llvrocho will be Ids
Schocl Registration
Registration .- -... x aoth u = ......I
the Hebres and 5unday ici ---
i here paralle '~c~
formed 1 >C=icna^*s
.: new itud '--
CoUege of J"-^= Sadies
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Sisreriicos
held on Sunday, Mov. 23 and in
compliance with the request '-'
the Yeshiva authorities all syn-
agogues throughout the land
where Yeshiva men occupy pul-
pits will hold special memorial
services. Details of the services
will be announced in the next is-
sue of The Floridian.
Mrs. F. Kopel will be hostess
to a card and mah jongg party of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion to be given at her residence
335 S W. 12th Avenue, Sunday
evening, November 9th at 800
o'clock. Prizes will be awarded
and delicious refreshments will
be served. All proceeds will go
to the Talmud Torah fund of
the organization._______________
Ding the memory at th': f,'"v"n2
will bf. hallowed:
YahrzeiU: Eugen" Eisenmann.
father of Mrs. Adolph WeTtheirn-
er; Minna M.-.gi'J, mother Har-
ry Magld; Isaac W.inst'ir., fath-
,,t Mf. Isidora W-msteir
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL TO BE
STARTED HERE SHORTLY
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At a meeting held Monday
":cers were elected to
serve in the new Yeshiva and
chapters are planned for our Parochial School organization
synagogue. which is to begin activities here
Boy Scouts rtly Nathan Ginsburg was
Our Boy Scout troop meets elected president. I. Sh'.esinger.
Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p. m. secretary: Samuel Grundwerg.
Beys of scout age are invited. treasurer; and Rev. T. L Audi
Refua Shlaymo : the Board Of Edu-
We wish a complete and speedy cation A board of Rabbinical
recovery to Attorney A. L. Mech- presidents c -posed of the
lowitz. recovering from an ap- Orthodox Rabbis of the area was
pendectomy at the Victoria Hos- .-- ri (Been in
pitaL their tasks 7'r.c next meeting
We also wish Seymour Gold will :-. held n *' oisjhl
one of our school pupils, a com- November lOtl m C
plete recover}' from a similar op- tion Shadrei T: 1300 Collins
eration at a Miami Beach hos- avenue. Miami Beach
p::a! ----------------------------
---------------------------- NAOMI GROSSMAN ELECTED
JULIUS KASDIN OPENS NEW FOR BIOGRAPHY PUBLICANT
DRUG STORE ON THE BEACH
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Bcxerman
Four Freedoms
Have you seen Miami's newest
It's an eight
Naon 3r ssn an daughter cf
The opening f the Esfcay Mi and Mrs Maurice Grossman, newspaper'
Drugs, Friday, located m .:-.-. juni r at th> University of Miami, page, six by nine inch publica-
southwest corner of Collins ave- was selected by a national com- tion The editor, publisher.
nue and Espanola way Miami mittet : faculty members of the manager, and general flunkey is
Beach. announced by American Ass n of Univer- sixteen-year old boy. Edward
;'--- K...-r:.r.. ::s iwnei Ml sities and Colleges to have her Wall
Kasdin, in the drug business for t>i graphy appear in the "Who's Edward calls his sheet, appro-
:-: pas: l- years, stated that Who Among Students" of ac- pnately enough. "Four Free-
nothing was spa:.i I make thi credited members :' the assoc- doms." after President Roose-
ti n Naomi is ac:..-. in sor- velt's references In his now fa-
r ugh in a., feal its nty w r:< and is a member of mous speech Edward has
i pride U his ... Phi Epsilon and is editorial policy, too ... And w.._
..::: smetie depart- treasurer of :.-.e Inte: Re- might it be' .". As he explained
With an jpen-all-night laUons C unciL it to us the other dav. it is op-
scri]
men
policj thi Eskay Drugs will
give the utmost i
an
hat
op-
^---------------------- position to the America First
2-1141 when you are in Committee and support of the
[good printing preskli i I foreign policies.
TIE BALFOUR DECLARATION WAS ISSUED TWENTY-FOOR TEARS AGO
ARI TIE ARRIVERSART WAS OBSERVER THROUGHOUT TIE BAITED STATES
Tartifo Off let.
ovtabtr 2b i, 1917.
:r usri *oU>**hlld.
1 raYt eueb pliuui in conveying to you. on
ttnslf of Kit utjttly't sovtrmtnt. int foUoln*
dtelsrstiCD of tyepttB} u .mm Zioeltl stpirtuoos
Bleb cu toto tuesuitsd to. uio tpprovst or. um Csblntt.
Hit Mt.-tt-.yt Oortnsttti tjo wiu ftTOor u>t
sv*-.:s-.-r'. ib Ptittiiot of t Mtioetl hot* for tat
. is* ;>:-..* *.-: -... utt uitir oeti ttdttvoura to
fteUlUU Utt tcnltvtMBt Of Uilt OOjtCl. It ktlBf
cittxly unotrtvooe teat aouuaf tnall b toot fclcb
prtjuoict _-. etvU tot rtliioua rlsbu of
tXlttlBS BOH-WtwltO C IIIUIM IB PllSSUOt. Or UM
rinu ano political ttaut ttjovst oy J" id say
C -.-..- COUBUT'
I taovU bt srtuful if jrou aouid bring tilt
tftciarttioa to um oovitdct of utt zioaitt rMtrttioa.
A
Ufr^
FPANKLIN O-ROOSEVCLT
2. -e^u-e* -<-c #.-;,
LOUIS
BRANDOS
CHAlM WEIZMANN
Hundred* of ma** me*-tine> have been held in
(ities throughout the country in commemoration
of the twenty-fourth anniversary of the Balfour
Declaration, the document which hat been called
the Magna Charta of the )rwish National Home
in Palestine. The meetings were alto the occa-
sion for tributes to the memory of the veteran
Zionist leader, Menabem Mendel Ussishkin and
the great American champion of the Zionist
cause. Justice Louis D. Brandeis, who collabo-
rated in framinz the Declaration.
The meetings were highlighted by resolutions
pointing to the immense progress made by Jew-
ish enterprise in the last twenty-four years in the
establishment of the Jewish National Home and
calling upon Great Britain to grant without fur-
ther delay the repeated requests of Palestine
JewTy for the creation of a substantial military
force to fight as a Jewish army with the Brili-h
Imperial forces in the Middle East. The resolu-
tions also called upon the Churchill government
i to rescind the Chamberlain White Paper of 1939
which is having a hampering effect on the ile-
velopment of the National Home. The w line
Paper was adopted on the eve of the war despite
strong opposition that included the present
I Prime Minister, Winston Churchill.
In recent messages from President Roose- <]
to the Zionist Organisation of America ind
Hadassah, the American Chief Executive again
expressed hit warm sympathy for the Jewish
National Home in Palestine.
In his November issue Edward
asks the question "Is Lindbergh
Lrn-American?" ... He answers
it by characterizing the Knight
of the German Eagle as an anti-
British anti-Jewish, anti-Roose-
. velt aviator."
i Now Edward comments that he
'can talk on this subject with au-
1 thority. for until four months
1 ago he was an active worker for
the local America First Commit-
tee Then he grew rather dis-
gusted with their tactics ... So
he quit and volunteered his ser-
vices for the Committee to De-
fend America.
The future of this country
lies in the hands of American
youth of Edward's type, who
take an active interest in world
affairs They do more than
merely accept democracy as a
birthright.
Being publisher, editor, etc.. has
its financial trials and tribula-
tions Why not help Edward
along? Spend 5c for a copy
of "Four Freedoms" It's
published at 954 N. W. 75th street.
Do You Listen To Them?
With the multitude of pro-
grams, good. bad. and indifferent,
on the air. we often lose sight of
those which merit a special claim
upon the radio audiences in that
they help to preserve the Ameri-
can way of life We especially
recommend the following pro-
grams and urge that you get into
the habit of listening to them.
On Saturday, at 9:30 p. m. over
WIOD. Miami Round Table, with
representatives of various faiths.
On Sunday. 10 a. m.. over Sta-
tion WQAM. Church of the Air.
with religious services by various
faiths.
On Sunday. 12:15 p. m. over
WKAT. I'm An American, de-
voted to an exposition of the
privileges, responsibilities, and
possibilities of the American wav
of life ... At 2:30 p. m.. over
WIOD. University of Chicago
Round Table, with guest speak-
ers on current problems.
On Thursday, at 10:30 a. m..
over WIOD. Good Neighbors, de-
signed to bring to the people of
the United States a better under-
standing of Central and South
American republics.
Pet Peeves
Pet peeve number one: Jewish
organizations who invite as
speakers, without investigation,
"name" people whose attitude
toward our governmental policy
is so reactionary and hostile as
to be almost pro-Nazi in effect .
Classic example is the recent
appearance of one such person
before a Jewish group whose
very program is tied up with the
defense of the Jew Informa-
tion on most speakers is readily
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5,
Greetings were offered by H M
Frankel. Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld
N. H. Hankoff and Joseph a'
Berman. A musical program was
carried through by Miss Ruth C
Brotman. Edith Freeman and
Irving Leibson. Refreshments
were served by the Sisterhood
who were the hostesses of th*
occasion.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale. Florida
Friday. 8 p. m.. Sabbath Eve
service.
Sunday morning, 10 to 12 Re
ligious School.
Sunday noon. 11:30 to 12 30
Temple Youth Club.
Monday. 8 p. m.. Sisterhood
meeting, including election of of-
ficers.
Wednesday. 9 to 5. all-dav sew-
ing by Sisterhood for American
Red Cross. British War Relief
Society, and Bundles for Britain.
Thursday. 8 p. m.. Adult Bible
and Hebrew Class.
SUPPER TO HONOR ISIDOR
COONS OF U.J.A. AND J.D.C.
A buffet supper at the Evans
Hotel will, be given by Federa-
tion officers in honor of Isidor
Coons, representing the United
Jewish Appeal and Joint dis-
tribution Committee and A. B.
Tarte of the American Ort. who
will be in Miami to appear be-
fore the Budget Committee. No-
vember 13th. The reception will
be given that evening. Members
of the campaign committee, the
executive committee and the di-
rectors of Federation will be in-
vited.
available if only program chair-
men will exercise a little discre-
tion and get into the habit of
calling our office We are
happy to serve as a community
clearing house on matters of this
kind.
Pet peeve number two: people
who hide under high sounding
organizational names in order to
create the impression of numeri-
cal strength where none exists
. Case in point that certain
rally sponsored by two of our
cooreligionists who hope to de-
feat Hitler by pretty speeches
. Miami needs greater utiliza-
tion of its existing facilities to
combat reaction not the creation
of new fronts of uncertain origin.
Gut Shabbos!
For Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
... Place Your Funds
in Dade Federal
Each Account Insured Up To
S5.000 By The Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation
lAIE FEIIELUL
' MIAMI
4 S
NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
Resources Over S6.1CXJ.000
J. M. UPTON. President


PPEAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1941
* kist rkritor
?AC sr.ir.-
JEWISH LEADER.
HI 10 GHETTO
New York (WNS> Dr. Wilijam
Filderman. courageous leader of
Rumanian Jewry and president
of the Federation of Jewish com-
munities in -.hat country, has been
^rested and deported to a ghetto
in that part of the Russian Uk-
raine new occupied by Nazi and
Rumanian troops, it was reported
here by Charles A. Davi'.a. leader
0f the Free Rumania" move-
ment u United States.
Or.!;. tt> weeks ago Dr. Filder-
man pr tested to anti-Semitic
r Ion Antonescu against
h of Jews in
Bessara and Bukovina to
ghett occupied Russian.
t-.: gbout the recent
years, Rumanian Jewry
Dr. Filivrrr.ar. : r
leader- iar.ee.
: ;-. Roman .;.--. J .
em i .-"
R
re and attend
liati '.y : -. :..
news Mi I r bum years
be had i
the report directly from Ruma-
nia.
The United Rumanian Jew
America cabled the Buch
Ih community for further :--
formation. At the same I
steps were taken to .
report through the United States
State Department with
American Minister in Rum
Dr. Fttdi: : ...
the mass expulsions of Jew
the Ukraine infuriated Pr.
Antonescu who delivered a
ious attack against the J
leader and Rumanian Jewr
a nation-wide broadcast :: a
Bucharest. Gen. Antonescu de-
manded that Dr. Filderm.v
denied the right to practice as
an attorn- j
Meanwhile. Mr. Davila de-
nounced the expulsions, declaring
that ""such measures ar-. equiva-
I -i murder." The 'Tree Ru-
ia" leader Rill
has "a faint hope U .-:..;
ntion of a great .
.cracy will result in res ling by
Rumanian Goverr
their barbaro..
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits iota Everywhere
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lines to build National Defense against
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B'nai B rith's HiDel Foundations aided by
wide: scope30,000 studentson 60
college C 'greater expansion un-
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friendship, the cornerstone of American
Honor and Jewish Dignity. Hillel's pre-
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A. Z A. (Junior B'nai B'rith/ through its
475 boys' club* throughout the country
has brought youth organizations of
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The B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bu
groups and thousands n mdrndaeii
through its career studies ar.- :--i re-
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Training and Jobs," which bos rece.vec
wide distribution. Vocational Same*
preparing American youth for mmamU
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Thousands of every faith rece.ve mt
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PAGE EIGHT
*-Jenist ftcrktiar
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7

1941
svnncoGUE or ceiiter Written Especially for The Jewish Floridian
D 1 RABBI LEON SPITZ Educational Director. Miami Beach Jewish Center
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
' Ike undersigned, desiring to engage
. ... under tlM -:ti<'U* name
of ALTCE MAYNK to regis-
I ter the said name with the Clerk of
rt of Dade County.
" ALTCE KATZ
II u 7-14-Sl;>
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-dersigned desiring to
.s name
EACH WEAR SHOP
En:- RSN TE xy the scores of other Cer.- .
lers in Greater New xork are
KINGS K '.'NTs in a- Octo- the outstanding institutions III
I
ii :-M-n-a
MARIE ZUBER
N "TICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
to engage
sin ess ui the I titloue name
JEWISH FLORID- Now York City and :::-. :-..-.; r.ty
ias -' of New York's organized Jewry
r.*. .- I have rallied about these Centers.
The country generally has fol- MARKET Intend* w
. v jk___v._i. rrt said name with the Clerk
I with -.of lowed the examp.e ol .New iorK art of Dade Con
. v -.Beach Jew. Jewry. One may assen with ., .isriimm
fear of contradiction that there is!.,. ,. .. ;.u.ji-m
r.ar.-1'.v :. t :'. uni a worthwhile,-------------------------------------------------
------------- Synagogue anywhere in the land I NOl
\V.t:i:r. r-.o-.r.: rr.:r-.:hs the ques-
tion r.as been asked again and
w.-.icn. if not ir. name tnen cer- .......
,.r.:v in fact, does not carry a: love manor APTS.ai B*tk
, ., St Miami Beach. Ft^rida. intends to
. nin in reference to The Miami least a portion ox tne Duraen oi
Beach Jewish Center, "Is it a the functions of the Community -' Dade county.
Synagogue or is it a Center?" Center. SIMPSON j. Rosenberg
Our answer is .".car and uneouiv- This has been the great achieve- '- '-' :*-i:-u_________________
oca!We are both. In other ment of the founders of the Cen-j NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
woris. we art a Community er ." n: that they have sue ed. desiring I er.cage in
Center asej mm or even ceeded in breaking down the iso- "ntwikw to
:.-.'. Sy:.!.c. tuet
As a matter fed the Talmud
assures us this type of institu- serve not oniy its own member-! sithland motors :n :
lion is a very ancient institution ship but the entire neighborhood .. f.ft.SS-* Cc"T>r'-K'n
:-. Jo wish '.i.e. The rabbis of the entire commun/.y
Talmud speak in positive The writer is practically a
terms I the Synagogue as a stranger in the community and
H use
i-cT^t^ i. vi...* w- ~.^ -~ : LI BT CHEVROLET CO. intend* to
'.a'.: n .: the Svnagogue and thev --*-.-:- -v- ..; ruse with the Clerk
have forced the Synagogue to \ \ -
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
h undersigned, desiring to engage In
- mder the fictitious name of
STAR LIQUOR STORE at 1501 N. W.
3rd Ave., Miami. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with th- Clert
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F1rlda- MACK M. COHAN
10/17-24-31 11/7-14 ______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\ EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
-s under the fictitious name of
: WHOLESALE CASH ^
CARRY at MM N. W. ;nd Ave. Miami
Florida, intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Cowgyg-g^
NAT LEVITT
10/1T-24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
i! .v H DEPT. STORE at JWVW.
2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida, intend to
register the said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
" '** HERMAN MINTZER
MURRAY SCHULMAN
MAX R SILVER
\-1 rnejr for Applicants
10 17-24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
.' BILVER'8 GROCERY at 134 V W.
Itn >- Miami. Florida, intends to
- the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1rida- ABE SILVER
10 '17-14-31 1! 7-14
S TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the .---- i to engage
- I >r- under : r. fl UI
_ s, i of -:> TEL DAVIS Intenda I
worship House oi yet r.e wi.l venture the guess L-.at ((t -_ n i name :th the Clerk I
Study and a House of Assembly, each and all of our Miami Syr.a- j "* -"
It is exactly '.hose ancient func gogues are functionmg to some RCBEN BHAI
lions at the Synagogue which the extent as Centers as well as Sjm-I"
-14-21-JS
:.. : ..- have hand' '.. us agogues.
the Community Center of Wherein therefore lies the dif-
5 1 fill
The term Community Syr.a- Jewish Center and the local Syn-
gogu< Center has been invented agogues" The difference is not
by Prof M M Kaplan, Dean of so much in kind as in extent.
the Je? I ichers Institute and The Miami Beach Jewish Center.
- r at the Jewish Theolog guided by Dr. Samuel Bension.
S d inarj of America He functions on the principle of a
first Center an the Community Center to the n-th
then known as Tne degre-e. Our doors are open to
C nter oecaust it was rthodox, conservative and
its kind in a.. r { r~- a-{j even non-believers.
just Our facilities are more readily
at jt enty-fivc jrears ago. available to the vast majority of
Pr Kaj i th< most the residents I thi Miami Beach
brilhanl JewisI thinker of our Jewish Community. We stress
- r :: Bible not only the religious but also
at Cohu ia University and is the the cultural and social activities.
founder ~-~ i ft-.-. Socierj We are making our especial ap-
for Advancen _t t Judaism He peal to the young people
has z: -;-._-tie d tht doctrine or ;r. a word, we combine the S.vn-
agogue with the now non-existent
YM-YWHA of Miami Beach, just
as the majority of such institu-
tions have done in New York
City, just as they have done in
the more progressive Jewish
Communities all over America.
And that is why we invite both
the patronage and the coopera-
tion of Lhe entire Jewish com-
muni.y of Miami Beach.
NOTICE IS HERE: Y EN thai
the to
. ... i
ference between the Miami Beach JIMM acraNT
unty, :-".
T< >M rig ;:ns
M -
ll 7-14-ti :: s
sopby t a Jewish civi-
uzation tht idea : revita
ternal t;r.n:.p'.vs c: Judaism
in >ur :v.-. t.mes and in m
times His Jewish theological
:r--ai.vr p.-.-lnsophy has com-
anded respect everywhere
among tr..r.'sir.g Jews and Cnris-
A quarter ::" a century r.as
i;;:.: and the C ......unity Syn-
agogw Center movesneat la-
day _h;_esti. narly _-. drm.nant
movement m .\~.-.t h J -fn
life We even nave a Synag:i_.
Community Center r Jemsaleai
and I seal w-ithin the cor.f.r.cs
:: the British Empire But even
a New Y:rfi City tr.; Vr.ity Tm -
pie :f Brocs.yn Temple Em.mar-
uel at New York. Br.ai Jeshunm,
lha Dtuuhliii Jewish Center, the
."im.aica Je_<- Center the West
5 .-? JewWl Centers presided ov-
er by Dr Leo Jung and Rabbi
Herbert Goldrte.n pillars at or-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
DCM under the fictitioue name
of PARK VIEW APTS.. at 241 N. W.
3rd St. Miami, Florida Intends to
r-v tier the said name with the Clerk
"ircuit Court of Dade County.
nonda. NATHAN zrCKERMAN
17-24-J1 :: 7-14
N TICK 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
- u Jorsigned. desiring to engage in
business jr.ler the fictitious name of
Ji V APARTMENT8, at 1250 Per.n-
\.. Miami Beach. Florida.
- ster the said name with
I the Circuit Court of Dade
r
I8AAC ESSES
MINNIE E88E8
t: ::-:4-3i11,7-14
LEGAL N O T IC E S
NOTICE IS HEREBY r,IVFv"7r~
Jhe undersigned, desiring t ,..,',, '"at
business under the nctfUous~*S* ln
B. SNIDER intends to regUtl?* fcof
said name with the Clerk of ilj Ahe
cult Court of Dade founty. W.,^"'
A. LOUIS aOWHXOWlTZ *****
Attorney for Applicant
10/17-24-31 11/7-14
N"i: CEN thai
-.-- 1
Si
rial
HEN
MURRAY GLACKMAN
n ?-i4--*s is 1
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
.- -.-- the I .ime of
PIFTH AVENUE SIN: iRII S "
N W Sth A M r'
with the
1' Court of Dade
: -r-.da.
" STALLONE
J1MM1E JAMES
11 7-14-il-JS 11 5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigr.e-1. desiring to engage
1 ^ir.r? under the fictitious name
of EHRLICH BROS, intend to rea
name with the Clerk the
irt of Dade Coumv. Flor-
ida
Ml >RRIS EHRLICH
SAM EHRLICH
11 :-i4-n- it s
S TICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th.it
: SILVERMAN ll engaged in
..... titious name of
APARTMENTS at *57 Collins
M in Beach I County.
-nd to register Mid
I ame in the Office of the
" rcuit Court of Dade
I
BESSIE SILVERMAN
OE" IROE CHERTKi IF
Attori for Applicant
-4-31 11/7-14
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
1 -< under the fictitious name of
CHELSEA HOTEL al .-< Waahlnc-
: Ave., Miami ;.. h Ptoi
tends to rrr:*T-7 the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
MILDRED FREEMAN
10 17-J4-31 11/7-14
NOTICE IS? HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned. daatriBg to engage in
eaa under the fictitious name of
GOTHAM HOTEL intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit C^urt of Dade County. Florida.
SOL S- GOLDSTROM
I7-J4-J1 U 7-14
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PMOSE 4.JJ75
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
NO :
EDGAR H M-.-HR.
:
HELEN C MOHR.
Defei
HELEN C M-.-HR
Tatnall Street Apt
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IT IS '.'Rt'EREl' that y. u file f HW
Aaoesusaea on or before the 1st day
of December. A D 1M1. to the I
Complair.t for Divorce filed :- the
above styled cause, otherwise a aMksraa
;- >.rfe.s< wfB be antarai a*i.-.t
I _
HE JEWISH FL...RIDIAN la des-
F. A. PETERSON, District Manager
, serve*. :' :.- *:::.--, E-- CORAL GABLES. FLA.
aM to /- *.-:-: c-a-a**t ay p. O. Box 4473
'".?;-' --Tf-T-e' rj :r phone 4-4240
. t r*" te tae >:s".*ge at taai
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The Shelby Solbook Co.
Ignated as the r.w;pr in which
this ardor shall be published or.ee a
week for four consecutive weeks
This th day of October A. D.
1*4!
E B LEA T HERMAN Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Fla.
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By R H RICE. JR
Deputy Clerk
VAX R SILVER
Attorney for Pla
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HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
OASES AND OPERA-ED B' LOCAL DA RYMEN
^Sealed in Cellophane for your protection
PREFERRED E '
-:.SANDS
IAY WE SER.E YOU-
Phone MIAMI 2-7698-FT. LALTDERDALE 613 far
GRADE -A- PASTEUR2ED MILK CREAM
IWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER
SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM
SOY AC1DOPHILUS
We Sincere >j Believe That Tlvsre
te N. Better Diry Prouct Titan
HOME MILK
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the underaigned. dee:.ng to engage in
businesa under the fictitious name of
ANS >NTA ATARTMENTS intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BETH OE Tonra
A I.' ICI8 MECHI>-WITZ
at- -: v for AppUcaal
17-M-SI t: 7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Boaineaa under the fictitious name of
OCEAN PARK APTS intends to re-
gister the said name with the Clerk of
he Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
GISSIE Q WITT
A LOl'IS MECHI.OWITZ
Attornev for Applicant
l'17->4-Il 11 7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
tba H lerstgned. dealur.g to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAITS GR'>'ERT AND MARKET in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circjit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CT BLVMENTHAL
A. LOCIS MECHLOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
:'17-:4-Jl 1! 7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
iersigred. desiring to engage in
business under the f.ctitious name of
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET in-
tends to register the said name w.th
the Clerk of "-- C an of Dade
County. Florida.
. WILLIAM MEt'HLOWlTZ
IS MECHU^VITZ
- Applicant
IT-M-S1 II 7-:
!WOTjCT IS HEREBT GIVEN that
'^rsigr.e.i. ir*.::- c to er.gare m
- under the f: .rr.e of
ATE OF SAM MARCIS. irtends
'ter the said name with the
--k of the Circuit Court of Dade
F-:da
EDITH MARCTS
A LOUIS MECHLOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
I It 17-S4-S1 11 7-:
IT LIKES YOU
NOTICE is HEREBT QIVBN th.tt
- ers gned .lesir-.i-g to encaca in
- UMMr the fictitious name of
GRAND AVENUE FASHION SHOP
irtends to register the said name with
the Oerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
. .____ MORRIS GATT
A- LOCIS MECHLOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
! 17-S4-11 11/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY NorN^T"
the undersigned, desiring
busings.- un.ler the fictitious nEI* "1
LE8ROY JEWELRY STORE .t*lS
E. Flagler St Mian : : ,"
to register the said name with .2' .
Clerk of the Circuit Cclurt VtuX
County. Florida. Uad
10/24-31 11/7-U-il ^ E,SKX^H.I
NOTICE IS HEREBT 'ilVFv"^
the undersigned, desiring t, sngiS
in business under the fictitious nm!
of VICTORS NEW YORK I;ippK
SHOP, at 431 N. W. tad Ave. mEd?
Florida. In tend, to register h. Z\
name with the Clerk of the ClrruS
Court of Dade Countv. FTortdaT '
10/10-17-24-S, )VCTQR BMOW-a
,."OTO IS HEREBY GIVEN ThTt
the undersigned, desiring to enrar.
in business under the fictitious narns
of HOWELL APTS.. Intend to",!
gister the said name with the Clerit
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count?
Honda. '
W. C. DAVIS
JOHN ALLEN JO\P
10/10-17-J4-31 11/7 U' ES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to -rigaee
ln business under the fictitious nams
of UNITED AUTO ELECTRIC^
SERVICE, at !2 W. Flagler St .Mi-
ami. Florida. Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Ptorlda
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. lit;
Chapter MBM, Laws of Florida. lSIl!
will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, in and for I>ad- C
Florida, the fictitious name, to-wii'
MIAMI MEAT PACKERS under
which we are engaged In business at
W. 22nd St. and Red Road, in the
city of Hialeah. Florida
That the parties ir.ierest*-! in said
business enter;-r:''e are a- .' iwi
WILLIAM KASOFSKT
NATHAN FINKEL
EPH A. BERMAN
Attorne; I Applicants
. -17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. de:- (
-- -v- til
'f TEDS BARBER S:i ; .: W.
81 Miami. Florida
- said name with the
Clerk of the Cll nil : Pile
County. Flo
C. L. -TED" NAILLINQ
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LEEDS, at KM N. M ml Are.,
Miami. Florida, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Co-- : Florida.
J. RABIN"
10/10-17-14-31 11/T
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES
intends to register the sail name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
LOUIS LEVINSON
10'10-17-14-31 11 -7 ________
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tba flctit is name
of JERSET FOOD CENTER, al 441
I Ave. Miami Beach. Florida-
intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or
Dade OoVBtT, Florida
ALEX KAGIN
10 10-17-24-31 11 7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EVANS K1AMESHA APT. intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS EVANS
A LOUIS MECHLOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
I*. 17-24-31 11'7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name o'
ATLANTIC HOTEL intend to regist*''
the said name with the Clerk Of**
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flood*.
FRANK KOLNICk
MINA KOLNICK
A LOUIS? MECHLOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
10 It-24-31 U/T-14 ____________
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of 7y. CLUB, intend to register the
BftM name w:th the Clerk "f tne
Circuit Court of Dade Count;. Flor-
ida.
C. J SPIKE
MRS. J. K FIN*
,:4-:: h 7-14-H
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
smess I the fictitious name <>{
GENERAL KOSHER MARKET at
HO West FUgler Street. Miami.
Florida, intends to register
name with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County. Flori,U
1 PASHKOW
MARTIN GENET
Att.vnex for Applicant
10 24-31 117-14-21 _______.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name oi
VINCENT APARTMENTS. MJami
Beach. Florida, intend, to register
the said name with the Cterk *?
Circuit Court of Dade Oatwty. Fgrwa.
TETTA BODBN8TB-N
MARTIN GENET
Attornev for Applicant
10 31 11 7-14-21-2J