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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
21 1941

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
21 1941

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00666

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


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VOLUME 14No. 47
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
BEACH CENTER TO
INSTALL LEADERS
An elaborate series of exer-
cises and events are scheduled for
the installation week-end which
will see the formal induction of
Rabbi Samuel Bension as the
spiritual head of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Special religious services will
be held at the Center Friday
evening. Dr. Max Arzt. profes-
sor at the Jewish Theological
NAZI CIVILIZATION SIGNS
SHOWN BY NEW DECREE
Zurich (WNS)This week's
manifestations of Nazi civiliza-
tion: In Berlin, Nazi authori-
ties issued a decree forbidding
Jews to use public telephones,
even for emergency calls in the
case of illness or accident,
Bucharest announced the con-
fiscation of all phonograph re-
cords with music composed or
recorded by Jewish musicians.
BE
HELD IN ATLANTA
HYMAN MORRIS MAYOR
OF LEEDS CITY COUNCIL
TO
BE HELD NOV. 27
London (WNS )Hyman
Morris became sixth Jewish
mayor in England when he was
elected Lord Mayor by the
Leeds City Council, it was an-
nounced here. Morris, a mem-
ber of the Leeds City Council
since 1922. was nominated by a
Conservative, seconded by a
Laborite and supported by a
Liberal.
F
JEWISH LABOR
Seminary of America and former
president of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America will lecture
on the subject "Why Do the
Nations Rage?" Cantor Josef
S. Lengyel assisted by an aug-
mented choir will conduct the
services.
The Senior League will spon-
sor the installation service and
Joseph A. Berman, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Grossman will partici-
pate. An informal reception will
be tendered the congregation by
the Senior League at the Patio
following the service.
Saturday at 9 a. m. services
will be held and Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion will deliver the Installation
sermon on the subject of "Nob-
lesse Oblige."
On Sunday, November 23rd at
10:30 a. m. a breakfast will be
tendered by the officers and
board of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center at the Victor Hotel, 1144
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, which
will be attended by leading Jews
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
"CANNED GOODS" MATINEES
SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 26
A union Thanksgiving Service
under the auspices of all the
Jewish houses of worship of the
Greater Miami area will be held
Thursday. November 27th in the
auditorium of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.
W. 17th Avenue. All the mem-
bers of the Rabbinical Association
will participate and the invitation
is extended to all members of
the Jewish community regardless
of synagogue affiliation, to be
present for the Thanksgiving
service.
Rabbi Samuel Bension of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
be the guest speaker and will be
/presented by Rabbi Abraham
Kellner who will be chairman of
the service. The program will
include words of welcome by
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan: opening
prayer.Rabbi Leon Spitz; scrip-
ture reading. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff; responsive reading. Rabbi
Max Shapiro: and benediction by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman in ad-
dition to the guest speaker.
The forthcoming southeastern
regional Zionist conference which
will begin Saturday evening,
November 22nd in Memphis, will
hear Robert M. Travis of Atlanta,
president of the region, deliver
his annual message. Other feat-
ures of the gathering will be a
joint congregational service at
Congregation Children of Israel;
an Oneg Shebat, sponsored by
the Memphis Senior Hadassah; a
luncheon devoted to the Jewish
National Fund; a Youth Sympos-
ium; a Leadership Training In-
stitute; a dance and entertain-
ment, as well as a gala banquet
at the Hotel Claridge on Sunday
evening.
Presiding over the various ses-
sions will be Rabbi Abraham J.,.
Mesch. chairman of the Admin-, and $1,657.42 by Miam^_ Beach
istrative Committee; William Ger-
bcr of Memphis; Mortimer May
of Nashville; M. B. Finkelstcin of
Chattanooga, and Joseph M.
I
ON TUESDAY NEXT
Arrangements have been com-
pleted for the lecture to be held
next Tuesday evening, November
25, at Miami Edison High School
by Harry W. Flannery, Berlin
correspondent of the Columbia
Broadcasting Company During
the past week several luncheon
meetings were held in Miami and
Miami Beach and the leading citi-
zens showed great enthusiasm in
A report of the annual Dade
County Red Cross call to date
shows a total of S4.901.57 has
been collected. Of this sum
$3,244.15 has been subscribed by
Miami with 1.595 memberships
NAZIS IN NORWAY TO HAVE
ANTI-JEWISH CODE BY XMAS
Stockholm (WNS)The Ger-
man occupation authorities in
Norway are preparing to promul-
gate a series of anti-Jewish laws
modelled on those in effect in
Germany, some time before
Christmas, it is renorted here.
In preparation, the Nazi-control-
led Ministry of Justice has or-
dered provincial governors to
submit inventories of Jewish real
estate.
The measures under prepara-
tion are expected to curtail Jew-
ish ownership of property, bar
Jews from professional fields and
other vocations, forbid them to
enter certain public places and
force them to wear identifying
insignia. In Oslo, some Jewish
lawyers have already been barred
from practice. There are about
1.300 Jews in Norway.
with 631 memberships. The city
is still being canvassed by Red
Cross volunteer workers all act-
ive in obtaining memberships
which will enable the Red Cross
to continue its work in the pre-
sent emergency.
The Jewish Labor Committee,
representing a half million or-
ganized workers in the United
States, last week presented to
Chairman Norman H. Davis con-
tributions of $27,000 for medical
relief for Russia. The contribu-
tions were from the following or-
ganizations: International Ladies'
Garment Workers" Union. S10.-
000; Local No. 221 LGWU S10.-
000; Workmen's Circle. $2,000:
Local 601 LGWU $1,500; Local
No. 117 ILGWU $3,500.
Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub yes-
terday was named co-chairman
of Greater Miami's annual Sal-
vation Army "canned goods"
matinees for the poor, scheduled
for Wednesday. November 26th.
Mrs. T. V. Moore. Mrs. Fred
Hosea and Mrs. Chester J. LaHuis
will serve with Mrs. Weintraub.
Facilities of all Wometco theatres,
except the Lincoln and Miami,
have been donated for the oc-
casion, and the admission is an
article of canned food.
All food collected will be used
in its regular relief work by the
Salvation Army to provide
Thanksgiving dinners for the
city's poor.
ROBERT M. TRAVIS
Z. O. A. Regional Head
Brown of Atlanta. Jake Felt of
Memphis will introduce Dr. Gold-
stein and Abe Waldauer of Mem-
phis will be the toastmaster at
the banquet. Dr. Louis Levy is
president of the Memphis Zion-
ist District and will open the con-
ference.
ITALIAN PRESS DEMANDS
SEIZURE OF JEWISH CLOTHES
Lisbon (WNS)A demand that
the Fascist Government confis-
cate all warm clothing and un-
derwear now possessed by Jews
in Italy was voiced by the con- scaim ...*. --
1"J__________________!"olled Italian press, copies of j sions the Vatican has denounced
BEN-GURION EN ROTE TO U. whicn have just arrived here, racial discrimination and anti-
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ARTICLES WORTH S60.000.000
MADE BY PALESTINE JEWS
Jerusalem (WNS)Jewish in-
dustrial plants in Palestine turned
out S60.000.000 worth of articles
during the past year and have
since increased their rate of pro-
duction, according to an an-
nouncement by the Institute for
Economic Research of the Jewish
Agency.
VATICAN HIRES JEWS WHO
LOST JOBS BY ITALIAN LAWS
Vatican City (W N S)More
than 100 Italian Jews, ousted
from their jobs because of Italy's
anti-Jewish legislation, have
found employment in Vatican
City as gardners. bookbinders
and librarians. A number of
Jewish professors, discharged
from Italian universities, has been
engaged by the Vatican for re-
search work. On several occa-
irWEIZMANNJTO-FOLLOW
London (WNS)David Ben- (
Gurion. chairman of the Jewish the Russian front.
Agencv executive, has left for
United States to confer with
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The Fascist papers proposed that Jewish persecution,
the clothing seized from Jews be 1
sent to Italian soldiers serving on
ArowlctuTztonist leaders on lat-
est political developments re-
garding the Jewish position in
Palestine and elsewhere. Bri-
tain's refusal to establish a Jew-
ish Army will probably be one
of the subjects discussed.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann. presi-
dent of the WZO. will leave for
America late this month or early
in December, according to pres-
ent plans. Both Zionist leaders
will seek to enlist the support of
American Jewry.
The newspapers based their
campaign on the fact that Italian
Jews, who are not permitted to
serve 'with the country's armed
forces, should do something to
aid the Italian cause.
At the same time, the Italian
press condemned Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the World
Zionist Organization, for his de-
mand that Britain equip a Jewish
Army in Palestine. Creation of
such a military force, the Italian
papers said, would be a blow at
Arab aspirations.
4 0 0 YOUNG NETHERLAND
JEWS HAVE DIED IN CAMPS
London (WNS)About 400 of
some 680 young Netherland Jews
who were interned in a concen-
tration camp in Mauthauzen.
Austria, have died, the Nether-
lands Indies News Agency re-
ported this week. No information
about the cause of their death
was given to relatives of the in-
ternees, nor were the ashes or
personal belongings of the dead
sent to the relatives. All the in-
ternees were between the ages of
18 and 35.
HARRY W. FLANNERY________
cooperating in this affair with the
sponsor, the Young Men's He-
brew Association.
Mr. Flannery will arrive Tues-
day afternoon at 5:40 by Eastern
Air Lines, where a committee of
the organization will be on hand
to greet him.
Throughout the fateful, history-
making months from November
of 1940 to October of 1941. just
before and after the Nazis
march on Russia Mr. Flannery
had a grandstand seat at the Nazi
political and military maneuvers
that are threatening to revolu-
tionize the world.
He was the only American cor-
respondent in Crete, going there
in one of the Junker 52s that
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) ^
RABBI SOLOVEITCHTK. NOTED
TALMUDIC SCHOLAR. DIES
New York (WNS)Rabbi Sim-
chah Soloveitchik, one of the
leading Talmudic scholars and
teachers in the United States,
died at the age of 60 after a
short illness. Born in Brest-Lit-
ovsk. the son of the chief rabbi
of that city, Dr. Soloveitchik
studied for the rabbinate and. at
the age of 20. became chief rabbi
of Mogilev. Russia.
Ho came to the United States
in 1924. In recent years Dr.
Soloveitchik, the father of Rabbi
Joseph B. Soloveitchik of Spring
Valley, N. Y., devoted his time
to studying and teaching. Many
of the leading rabbis of Europe
and the United States were
among his pupils.
The War Department has
award Private Seymour Weiser
of New York City the Soldier's
Medal for his rescue of a little
girl from drowning. The Jewish
soldier, a convalescent patient at
the Fort Jay Hospital, saw the
child fall from a seawall there.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1941
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PAGE THREE
KING'S..^^
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
KOMMENTS
BEACH
CENTER TO
LEADERS
EEK END
As days go by
I live and learn
Always asking why
Ever trying to discern
The world goes round
And the people therein
Make an awful sound
Duly creating much din
I always wonder why
That on this good earth
You find that infernal lie
Of which should be a dearth
Humans as we are known
Are very funny things
Much we could be shown
If to our senses we would cling.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
of Greater Miami. At 4:30 p. m.
Dr. Arzt and Rabbi Bension will
speak from Station WIOD.
The program of the Installation
exercises will close with a din-
ner on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 7 p. m.
at the Victor Hotel. Dr. Arzt
will act as installing officer and
he will speak on "Inescapable
Questions." Dr. Samuel Bension
will respond and will install the
officers of the Men's Club of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. Leo
Robinson will act as toastmaster
and Mayor Val C. Cleary will
speak. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan,
president of the Florida Rabbin-
ical Association, will bring greet-
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
mfsi .'
King observesand some-
times reserves his Komment .
for situations in this tropical
climate sway like the Braying
Balmy Breezes and King as
Kings must be ... Is Kautious
. Kareful that situations
Kommented upon have not
changed ere the ink dries upon
the newsprint ... if you get
what King means.
King sees the blossoming,
blooming, enthusiastic spirit of
United Talmud Torah fading as
the setting sun as time draws
closer and participants draw far-
ther away from the United .
King records the Komplaint
registered with his boss and re-
layed to him that one member
of the clergy was discriminated
against when not called upon
for a few words at a banquet
of the cemetery association
a grave error the boss says who
was there watching the two un-
dertakers squirming in their
seats as speaker after speaker
spoke of plans to use the new
and remaining ground for a
parkeven though the direc-
tors of the association had the
foresight to buy enough ground
to accomodate the entire com-
munityand King is also in-
formed that still another mem-
ber of the clergy registered pro-
test by remaining absent .
because he was not invited per-
'sonally .. rather than as every-
body elseby card.
And Miami moves forward and
King distastefully announces the
opening of a matrimonial bureau
something we could do well
withoutsooner or later some-
WE ARE RUNNING
THANKSGIVING SPECIALS
On
Turkeys, Geese, Ducks
AND ALL OTHER POULTRY
Order your Holiday Poultry and
Eflfls NowFrom
AICHTEE POULTRY & EGG
CO., INC.
1335 N. W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 3-6028
one gets stung and you have your
repercussionsbut to you lonely
males and females it exists at
the present .
King advises organizations
seeking environment and class
with its surroundings for gath-
eringsmight do well to pro-
ceed more cautiouslyjumping
the rungs of the ladder might
cause the dropping of some
bundles of manpower.
King wonders why the sudden
change of officers in the burial
societyThe Floridian announces
officers, one set and they install
another------
DR. SOL SELEVAN SUCCEEDS
DR. FRANK B. BORIS
Dr. Sol Sclevan has been ap-
pointed by the City Council of
Miami Beach to succeed Dr.
Frank B. Boris on the Board of
Massage Examiners.
NATIONAL B'NAI B'RITH
REELECT WOMEN'S LEADER
"Y" To Continue Dances
Up until a few weeks ago,
dances sponsored by the Dade
County Home Defense Council
were held at the "Y" auditorium
every Saturday night. The mu-
sic was furnished by the W. P. A.
orchestra. Since that time the
music project has been curtailed
by the State W. P. A. Adminis-
trator and these dances had to
be discontinued. The Y, always
alert and anxious to do some-
thing for National Defense, has
appealed to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation for a special
allocation to continue these
dances for the service men. It
was explained to the budget com-
mittee that this is strictly a de-
fense project and the men are en-
titled to recreation from their ar-
duous work. Because of the pat-
riotism and farsightedness of this
committee, the allocation was
quickly granted, making it possi-
ble for the Y to continue these
dances for the service men.
Month Club, will preside.
Membership Tea
Mrs. Julius L. Jacobs, chair-
man of the membership commit-
tee, announces that elaborate
plans are being made for a Mem-
bership Tea to be given at the Y
clubrooms on December 7, from
2:30 to 5 p. m. More details lat-
er.
Red Cross First Aid
Mrs. Essie Schaffer, instructor
in Red Cross First Aid at the Y,
announces that no more appli-
cants can be taken for the pres-
ent class because of the fact that
the quota is filled. Registrations
are being taken now for a new
class which will commence after
the present course is finished.
Those persons who have taken a
Red Cross First Aid Course with-
in the past year and a half and
have not completed the course,
are eligible to join. Communi-
cate with Mrs. Schaffer at the Y.
Y. M. H. A. To Conduct Program
Mrs. Seigler, in charge of the
. program division of the recrea-
Our thanks to the Greater Mi- tion department of the city of Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and to its j ami has requested the Y through
executive director, Morris Klass, | Maurice Grossman to conduct a
program at Lummus Park on De-
cember 10. Very few Jewish or-
ganizations have been given this
opportunity to present programs
at the park. We were the first
and only organization to present
a program at Bayfront Park a
few years ago. This is another in-
stance of the appreciation by the
community of the service that
the Y renders. Watch these col-
DR. SAMUEL BENSION
Community Center Head
Mrs. Lenore D. Underwood, of
San Francisco, who was re-
elected president of the Women's
Supreme Council at its 2-day an-
nual session in Washington.
UNCENSORED EXCLUSIVE
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C. B. S. BERLIN CORRESPONDENT
FROM NOV., 1940 to OCT.. 1941
WILL LECTURE AT
MIAMI EDISON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TUESDAY. NOV. 25. 1941. at 8 P. M.
SUBJECT:
BERLII1 REPORT URCERS0RED
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 3-4012
Au.pic. Y. M. H. A. Ticket. Including T.x $1.10
ings in behalf of the rabbis.
Greetings will also be delivered
by M. H. Frankel. president of
the Center; Mrs. Helen Schoen-
feld, president of the Sisterhood;
Nat Hankoff, president of the
Men's Club; Joseph A. Berman.
president of the Senior League,
and Harry Sirkin. Cantor Leng-
yel. Mme. Lengyel, Evelyn Raff
and Edith Freeman will render
appropriate selections.
Dr. Samuel Bension was called
last September to the pulpit of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
He was formerly the rabbi of the
Cleveland Jewish Center at
Cleveland. Ohio. He came to
Miami from Worcester. Mass..
where he served as rabbi and ex-
ecutive director of the Worcester
Jewish Community.
He is a graduate of Brown Un-
iversity where he was awarded a
Phi Beta Kappa key. He re-
ceived his Doctor's degree at
New York University and was or-
dained rabbi at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America.
AN OPEN LETTER
We wish to advise that segment
of Jewry observing Kashrus in
the city of Miami that Nathan
Shepsenwald has been designated
by the Rabbis to be the Shochet
for a Mr. Pashkow of the General
Kosher Market, 1159 W. Flagler
Street., and since another Shochet
without our approval and in-
dorsement is slaughtering for said
General Kosher Market, we do
not recognize the place as being
Kosher. Furthermore, we wish
it understood that local fowl
slaughtered at Springer's Mar-
ket. 317 N. W. 5th Street, has
not met with our approval and
indorsement.
These facts must be made pub-
lic if we are to cleanse as much
as possible the "Hafkaerus" in
Kashrus. We need the support
of the public! Aid us in this
undertaking by phoning either
rabbi for information with re-
gard to Kashrus.
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Beth David Congregation
Rabbi Abraham Kellner
Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation
for the splendid attitude shown
in this project.
Art Teacher Engaged
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Y, announces that
Miss Nan Porter has been en-
gaged as instructor of Arts and
Crafts for adults. Classes will
be held twice a week; one class
in the afternoon and one eve-
ning class for business people.
All those interested are asked to ] umns for further details,
register immediately at the Y of-
fice.
Y. W. H. A.
Miss Pauline Corley, author of
the popular seller, "The World
and Richard," will be the guest
speaker at the Y. W. H. A. meet-
ing on Wednesday evening. No-
vember 26. at its clubrooms at
8:30 o'clock. Mrs. Joel Belov,
chairman of the Book of the
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chute troops in Norway, the
Netherlands. France and Crete:
his interview broadcast with the
pilot of a Stuka bomber which
attacked and sunk the Illus-
trious": his own flight in a Jun-
ker 52 to the Crete front.
Tickets are available and will
be delivered. They may be had
by calling Miami 3-4012 and Mi-
ami Beach 5-2838.
AT
ON TUESDAY NEXT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
carried the Nazi parachute tr
in that invasion. He has visited
virtually ill of the Nazi con-
quered a
Some cf Mr. Flanr.erys most
----------------------~.------------------____,~T; ,, notable radio broadcast! ci..rinj:
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1941 I his year in Germany and his
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 47 trave'ls throughout Nazi-dominat-
_________________________________________________________(ed Europe were: his interview
PUBLIC AIRINGS Iwith P- G w<**ehouse. which
The Jewish Floridian editorially takes note with some satis- g^** ^r' S
faction of the controversial discussion that was aroused the gchmeling :n an Athens hospital
past several issues with regard to the subject of Synagogue
and Center. Ordinarily, one would be justified in querying
a statement that arousing a controversial subject could bring
satisfaction. This query might be further emphasized in view
of present day chaos of our people. One might term ridicul-
ous the thoughts of arousing internal controversy, yet the
Jewish Floridian feels this satisfaction and the justification of
its actions when it has succeeded in bringing out into the open
facts, positions, merits and opinions of various communal prob-
lems. Wide-awake factual discussion on an intelligent plane
giving all sides of the issue are a sign of a healthy condition
and a progressive attitude whereby the public is advised and
informed.
We agree that there is neither rhyme nor reason in pro-
moting controversial bickerings of individuals, some seeking
publicity, others personal benefits and personal vengeance. We
further believe there is a definite need for discussion and public
enlightenment on many communal problems whose secrets
and destinies are guided by self-chosen individuals and groups
who by their actions, conduct and leadership discourage or
prevent by pressure and disgusting behavior the participation
of others.
Communal undertakings and projects even though the labor
and efforts are but that of a few must have the tacit approval
of the majority of its community. In order to accomplish this
the entire picture must not only be made available but presented
and described to the people.
In our own community there are groups, projects and prob-
lems that not only could stand but need an airing. New groups
are springing into existence with no plans for the future and
no plans for future maintenance, feeling that by the precedence
set, their future problems, burdens and needs would be saddled
upon the community and no questions asked. Lots are secured,
buildings constructed and others purchased, all with no
planning and no community backing other than that of the inter-
ested few. There must be a stop somewhere. This rapidly
increasing birth of organizations, multiplicity of drives and the
duplicity of efforts must be coordinated and no group or pro-
ject should be foisted upon us unless there is an urgent, im-
mediate need of its existence or the community has grown
sufficiently large and has made room for it.
The Jewish Floridian urges this airing of these problems. I
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mudiy, Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
ADVANCE NOTICE
Don't think for a moment that the refugees who manage to
' get to our free shores have left all their troubles behind them.
i On of these days you will be shocked by the expose of rack-
1 eteering shyster lawyers and others who specialize in sucking
refugees dry financially for so-called help in their naturaliza-
tion problems and the like ... In Washington they're saying
that Nazi Charge d'Affaires Hans Thomsen already knows
when Boss Schicklgruber will summon him back home And
that Adolf's Pet'n'Darlan will be declaring war against Russia
any day now, also on orders from said boss ... To most of us
the blacklists of South American firms issued now and then by
your Uncle Sam are just news items to be read and more or
less forgotten ... So it was nice to read columnist Ed Sullivan's
report that in the Latin American countries the blacklist has
practically removed German films from the market and bids
MIAMI
Zionist^Ox District
By Louis Heiman, Pres.
Mark on your calendar Wed-
nesday night. December 3. 1941.
at 8:30 o'clock! It is the first
meeting under the newly elected
administration of the Miami Zi-
onist District. We will present
a fine and interesting program,
at a place to be announced. What's
the program? It's a surprise you
will hear about next week!
We meet a lot of people who
ask: "Why are you a Zionist?
You don't want to go back to
Palestine?" When our Temple
was rebuilt in Jerusalem in Bib-
lical days, all of the children of
Israel did not return from Baby-
lon. As Justice Brandeis said:
"Zionism seeks to establish in
Palestine, for such Jews as choose
to go and remain there" a legally
secured home. American Jews
can save the lives of upward of
four million Jews, now hounded
and persecuted, and this alone is
sufficient incentive for us to give
our support to the Zionist move-
ment.
We have started work on the
formation of a local American
Let the entire public be informed and if the undertaking is not Palestjne Committee. This com.
only worthwhile but necessary and needed. It will receive the
support of all. We encourage this discussion from our readers.
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
Importations
The newest wrinkle on the anti-
Semitic front in Florida appeared
last week ... A Jewish concern
in a nearby community received
a communication from a federal
agency Neatly printed in
the upper right-hand corner,
where the post office usually
I cancels the stamp, was a mogen
david. the same emblem which
I the Nazis now use as a badge
,of shame to distinguish the Jew
from the Aryan.
Some of the hate-baiters in
America at least have imagina-
tion Those responsible for
this stunt on the envelope don't
even have intelligence enough to
be original Their warped
mentality must rely upon the im-
portations from abroad.
Do You Har* The Answers?
Then there's that Miami Beach
resident of German ancestry .
Recently he printed and circul-
ated to all U. S. Congressmen, at
his own expense, a letter full of
brazen lies very familiar to
readers of Nazi literature and
press ... It would be great fun
if we would run a contest based
on these falsehoods Test your-
self How many of them could
you refute?
The Hitlerite propagandist
charged that there are ten million
Jews in the U. S. A. that
Communism spread in America
because of Jewish immigration
. that Jews in Germany mon-
opolized the banking business
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
after the German heavyweight < {air tQ force me remaining German air lines on the Southern
had been reported dead: :hui in- continent out of business If you're getting tired of hearinq
terview with Major^"Jf; j abou, fr, "Fifth Column" urge your friends to adopt the latest
Winchellism-the "Nazi Synal Column" ... On your tally sheet
enter a victory for the Messrs. Walter Winchell and Frank Sul-
livan ... It seems that Washington has taken official cognizance
of the vogue, of which they are the foremost exponents, of call-
ing you-know-whom Herr Schicklgruber instead of using the
more familiar name And Uncle Sam recommends the prac-
tice, in the belief that people should be encouraged to deride the
gent in question.
REMINDER
December 15th, which marks the sesquicentennial of the
adoption of the Bill of Rights, is a doubly significant date for
the Jews of this country For on that day of national rededi-
cation to the principles set forth in the first ten Amendments to
the Constitution we Jewish citizens will also observe the anniver-
sary of the rededication of the ancient Temple after the victory
of Judas Maccabeus over Antiochus Epiphanes, Fuehrer of the
Syrians, over two thousand years ago.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
On Broadway they're telling the story of two Jews who were
walking through a crowded Berlin street when a storm trooper
accidentally stepped on the foot of one of them ... By purely
reflex action the injured one socked the trooper in the nose, and
in the next instant the other Jew also biffed the Nazi Natur-
ally, the two were immediately taken into protective cusody and
haled off to court The judge, amazed at such temerity, asked
the first defendant how come he had struck the blow "Your
Honor," was the reply, "when the trooper stepped on my sore
corn I saw red and forgot where I was" The judge turned to
the other prisoner "Your friend has something of an excuse,"
he said, "but what have you to say for yourself? Why did
you hit the storm trooper?" The second fellow hung his
head ... "I thought," he quavered, "it was being allowed
again."
LITERARY NOTES
Did you know that one of the two oldest existing legal sys-
tems in the world is that of the Jews? This is just one of the
4,000 facts you can learn from the new Pocket Quiz Book, which
features that many questionsand answers tooon every im-
aginable subject Among the points that were new to us was
Baruch Spinoza's authorship of an epigram that can't be re-
peated too often nowadays: "If you accept another man's money
you are compelled to accept his beliefs" Spring that on any
one who complains there's no reason why we can't do business
with Hitler Among other things of which this compact
Quiz Book reminds us is Adolf's insistence on the anonymous
authorship of Heinrich Heine's famous poem, "Die Lorelei"
Leonard Lyons reports that Sinclair Lewis, on a recent visit to
the Yiddish theatre, told actor Samuel Goldenburg that he un;
derstands mameloshen ... "I have a smattering of German,
the Nobel Prize winner explained, "enough to like the Yiddish
tongue, and to detest Hitler's."
DRAMATIC BITS
Most of the critics weren't crazy about George Jessel's new
musical comedy, "High Kickers," though they concede that
business is pretty good there anyway But what we started to
say was that one result of the critical panning of the show is
that George is planning to have a collaborator on his next dra-
matic effort, and as that collaborator has chosen Sam Behrman,
famed for his suave and sophisticated dialogue Aside to
Yiddish theatre-goers: Don't be surprised if some of the chorus
girls in Joseph Rumshinsky's new musical, "Mein Weisse
Blum," don't have that real Second Avenue look ... A number
of them are Aryans imported from Broadway P-of. Max
Reinhardt, Hitler's gift to Hollywood, has great hopes for a
stellar future for one of the students at his drama school .
She's the young daughter of none other than Marlene Deitrich,
and the Professor expects her to have a screen contract ere
long ... A treasured item in the archives of RCA Victor, the
record and phonograph people, is a letter the Divine Sarah
Bernhardt wrote them back in 1903, expressing her "entire ad-
miration" of their reproduction of the voice of "the marvelous
and only Calve," famous operatic star of that day.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Now that a mechanism devised by Hedy Lamarr has been
accepted by the National Inventors' Council for use in U.
defense, members of the fighting forces are hoping that Inveno
Laman will make a series of personal demonstrations Ve"
eran virtuoso Moritz Rosenthal, who enters upon his eightie
mittee will consist of leading non-
Jewish members of our commun-
ity who will act as a body to use
j their influence in aiding in the
accomplishment of the ideals of
the Zionist movement. Such com-
mittees are functioning in other
communities, the outstanding one
in New York City being headed
by Senator Robert F. Wagner.
The committee will not only be of
great benefit to the Zionists but
will also serve the useful purpose
of acquainting leading non-Jew-
ish members of our community
with the problems and aspira-
tions of Jews generally. Ignor-
ance of our race has been a breed-
ing ground for anti-Semitism,
and the American Palestine Com-
mittee will therefore be an as-
sistance in the fight upon this
undemocratic influence.
Remember Wednesday night,
December 3, 1941. and the first
Wednesday in each month there-
after as meeting nights of the Mi-
ami Zionist District. With your
cooperation and support, we will
bring the Zionist Organization of
America to the deserving place in
Greater Miami which it should
enjoy among our worthy organi-
zations.
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
(996 Indian Creek Drive6-1215
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 XaGotc* Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
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PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KEI.LNER. Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TOR AH
1545 S. W. Third Street
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
noeclWss to eay, each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, Nov. 21 at 8:15
o'clock, Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will preach on the subject:
"We Count Our Blessings," a
Thanksgiving day sermon. Mu-
sical service will be rendered by
the Temple Israel Choir.
Religious School Play
Sunday morning, Nov. 23 at 10
o'clock the Religious School
Prayer Assembly will be followed
by a Thanksgiving play entitled.
"How Thanksgiving Came to
Be." This playlet, based on a
phantasy by Elma Levinger and
adapted for presentation by Rab-
bi Zwitman, will feature the fol-
lowing pupils of the Religious
School: Judith Wolpert, Nor-
man Rossman, jr., Howard Rose,
Sandra Stein, Herbert Hirsch,
Anne Kaplan, Joyce Kerzin, Al-
lyn Bergsmann, Dennis Wep-
man, Paula Weinstein. Parents
of children of the Religious
School and members of the con-
gregation, are cordially invited
to attend.
School Board. Teachers' Social
Wednesday evening, Nov 26 at
8 o'clock a meeting and buffet
supper will be held at the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. Zwitman, 5400
LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach.
Members of the Religious School
Board and Sunday School teach-
ers will be present at the social
meeting. The teachers' meeting
will have on its agenda, discus-
sion of preparatory material for
the Chanukah Festival by Rabbi
Zwitman, and lesson planning ex-
periment presented by L. Born-
stein. The social hour will follow
the meeting.
Youth Group Meeting
The Youth Group of Temple
Israel invites you to be present
at its Thanksgiving program to
be held in Kaplan Hall Sunday,
November 23rd, at 8:00 p. m.
Recent news events about "Ships
at Sea" will be presented in a
dramatic radio script under di-
rection of Rabbi Zwitman, on the
material prepared by the U. A.
H. C. in their pamphlet, "Broad-
casting the Jewish Scene." The
following will be featured: Miss
Irma Bernstein, Melville Letaw,
Miss Ina Steuer, Charles Rubin,
Miss Joyce Pearlman, Stephen
Davis.
The business meeting of the
Youth Group will feature report
of the nominating committee.
Nominations may also be made
from the floor. Election of offi-
cers will take place.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services Friday evening,
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Malcolm H.
Ulman, husband of Mrs. Rose Ul-
man.
Yahrzeits: Hyman Werblow,
father of Dr. S. Charles Wer-
blow; Julius Gustav Mendelson,
son of G. Louis Mendelson; Philip
Levine, father of Jos. H. Levine;
Adolph M. Seckbach, father of
Mrs. N. Douglas Raff and Mrs.
Harry Boyell; Herbert Theobald,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Eppstein;
Henrietta Bowman, mother of
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls_________7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon_________8:00 a. m.
Mincha________________5:30 p. m.
Maariv-------------------------6:00 p. m
Friday ....................... 5:15 p.m.
Sabbath Service........ 9:00 a. m.
Ladies Auxiliary
A meeting of the Ladies Auxil-
iary will be held on Tuesday,
Nov. 25 at 2:30 p. m. in the audi-
torium of the new synagogue. All
are welcome.
Thanksgiving Service
The annual Thanksgiving ser-
vices sponsored by the Rabbinical
Association will be held in our
synagogue on Thursday morning
Nov. 27 at 11 o'clock with the
participation of all members of
the Rabbinical Association We
extend a most cordial welcome
to every member of the Jewish
community to come and join their
brethren in reverent Thanksgiv-
ing. We, in this blessed country,
have much to be thankful for and
we should be thankful for the op-
portunity to chant with exultant
hearts Psalms of Thanksgiving.
In Memoriam
The first Yahrzeit of the late
and revered Dr. Bernard Revel
Lecher Tzaddik Livrocho will be
observed this Sunday. Rabbi
Kellner will preach a memorial
sermon in the synagogue be-
tween Mincha and Maariv.
Forum Series to be Inaugurated
We are pleased to apprise our
friends and the Jewish commun-
ity that the initial lecture under
the auspices of the Cultural Fel-
lowship has been scheduled for
Sunday night, Feb. 1st. The com-
mittee succeeded in securing for
the lecture Prof. Sigmund New-
man of Wesleyan University, who
was formerly director of the In-
stitute of Politics in Berlin and
an internationally known author-
ity on contemporary politics and
author of several books on Mod-
ern Dictionaries. Dr. Neuman is
a most eloquent orator and lec-
tures extensively before the
leading forums in the United
States. The topic of Prof. Neu-
man's lecture will be announced
later. All proceeds of the af-
fair will be devoted to the ben-
efit of our Talmud Torah build-
ing improvement program.
Faculty Meeting
The weekly meeting of the
Sunday School faculty will be
held Tuesday night. Nov 25 in
the synagogue. Rabbi Kellner
will lecture on "Educating for
Life."
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy recov-
ery of Mrs. Philip Neuwirth and
hope that the Almighty will
grant her a complete recovery
soon.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound re-
grets the passing of the late
David Boniske and beg to ex-
tend to his dear ones the congre-
gation's deepest and most pro-
found sympathy.
Services Schedule
Daily Services_________8 A. M.
Evening Services_______6 P. M.
Saturday ....._........._______9 AM.
Oneg Shabbat___________5 P. M.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21et Terrace
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
13J N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2171
Office Phone 2-1473
HENRY MARBEIN, Cantor
330 S. W. 5th Ave. Tel. 3-8172
Mrs. Julius Damenstein Ellen
DeCastro Williams mother Of
Henry D. Williams; Jacob A. .Mc-
doff, father of Harry J. Medoff.
The floral offering of last week
was presented by Miss Doris Liv-
ingston in memory of Morris Put-
zel.
The Red Cross Roll Call-merits
your support. Enroll now!
Sabbath Services
This Friday night at 8 o'clock
Dr. Max Arzt, Professor at the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, will be the guest speak-
er and he will preach on the
subject, "Why Do the Nations
Rage?" Cantor Josef S. Lengyel
will officate with the Center
Choir directed by Ruth C. Brot-
man. The services will be held
under the auspices of the Sen-
ior League who will also tender
to the congregation an informal
reception at the patio following
the services.
Saturday morning, Rabbi Sam-
uel Bension will deliver the in-
stallation address at 10 o'clock
and the bar mitzvah of Richard
Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Stone, will be celebrated.
Sisterhood Plans Activities
The Sisterhood at its last meet-
ing held Tuesday night with
Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld presiding,
resolved to arrange for the fol-
lowing two elaborate events to
be held during the Chanuka
week. The first will be a Chanu-
uka concert and musical festival
to be directed by Cantor Lengyel
on the first Chanuka night, Sun-
day. December 14th. The second
event will be held on Tuesday
evening, December 16th as a Sis-
terhood Chanuka reception open
to the entire Jewish community.
A prominent speaker, a musical
program, a Chanuka dramatic
skit, and Chanuka refreshments
will be featured.
Religious School Festival
Joseph A. Berman, superin-
tendent of the Religious School,
announces the forthcoming Chan-
uka Festival to be held at the
Center on Sunday afternoon, De-
cember 21st. The Chanuka pro-
gram will be centered about the
play entitled, "Danny Bumps In-
to Chanuka," under the personal
direction of Molka Reich, well
known dramatic director. An
elaborate program of song, dance,
plays, and musical numbers will
be on the program.
College of Jewish Studies
The College of Jewish Studies
was opened officially last Mon-
day night. Almost a hundred
students were enrolled in the
following courses: Bible Interpre-
tation, Dr. Samuel Bension; Jew-
ish History, Rabbi Carl Press;
Advanced Hebrew, Rabbi Leon
Spitz; Facts and Fictions, Wil-
liam Boxerman; Elementary He-
brew, Mrs. Leon Spitz; Jewish
Art, Miss Rae Melicove; Jewish
Music, Cantor Lengyel; Teachers
Training, Mrs. J. J. Falk and Jo-
seph A. Berman.
Generous Contributors
We announce with gratitude
the following generous contribu-
tions: $100 from L. Weinkle, and
$50 from Samuel Tritt.
New Members
The Center announces a cam-
paign for 300 new members un-
der the chairmanship of Abe Sel-
evan. The campaign made an ex-
cellent start with 30 new mem-
bers enrolled during the past
week.
Miami Jewish Federation Cam-
paign begins Sunday, January
18th.
Synagogue Services
Shachriss, 7 and 8 a. m. daily,
7 and 9 a. m., Saturday.
Mincha, 5:15 p. m., daily.
Maariv, 5:50 p. m., daily; 6:00
p. m., Saturday.
Bar Mitxvah
Lowell Irwin Levine will cele-
brate his becoming a bar mitz-
vah at the services this Satur-
day morning. Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff will instruct the boy after
his address. Cantor Maurice
Mamhes will chant the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Robert
Levine, parents of the boy, invite
all friends to the services and to
refreshments in the educational
building.
Junior Congregation
Our Junior Congregation ser-
vices are held Saturday morn-
ings at 9:00 o'clock and Saturday
afternoons at 5:00 o'clock. A.
Loskove, director, invites all the
young people, boys and girls, to
attend these services. The Sis-
terhood offers refreshments. Mor-
ton Rosenbaum delivered last
week's sermonette.
Mizrachi Meets
The men and women branches
of the Mizrachi of Miami Beach
will meet at a joint meeting this
Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Im-
portant matters and projects will
be discussed. A report on our
third annual Chanukah card and
latkeh party will be tendered. It
is to be held Sunday night, De-
cember 21, at the Park Central
Hotel.
A special "Information Please"
program will be presented at the
close of the business meeting.
The general public is invited.
Minnionaires
Our Minnionaires meet Sun-
days at 9:00 a. m. for their spe-
cial service, under the direction
of A. Lefkove. Breakfast is
served by the Sisterhood. This
group is open to boys 13 and over.
Habanoth
The Habanoth meet Tuesday at
7:30 p. m. Miss Florence Genet
is sponsor. Their Chanukah par-
ty will be held Monday evening,
December 22nd. Their guests will
be the members of the Macca-
beans.
Maccabeans
The Maccabeans meet Tuesday
at 7:30 p. m. Irving Genet is
sponsor. They are now accept-
ing pledges.
Streamlined Lecture Series
"It Happened by Accident" was
the title of Rabbi Mescheloff's
15-minute lecture to the Haban-
oth and Maccabeans last Tuesday
at 8:30 p. m. This Sunday a
guest lecturer will be present.
Boy Scout Activities
Jack Waters announces that in
addition to the regular Boy Scout
Troop which meets Wednesdays
at 7:30, he plans the organization
of a cub troop and a senior group.
Young Judea
Under the sponsorship of Miss
Helen Schiff, Miss Evelyn Light-
er and Mrs. Ida Spivak our two
Young Judea chapters meet each
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Boys and
girls interested are invited.
Sisterhood
Congratulations to the arrange-
ments committee on a splendid af-
fair at the Tides Hotel last Tues-
day afternoon. A large attend-
ance had a grand time in beauti-
ful surroundings.
Our next Sisterhood meeting
will be held Monday afternoon,
December 1st, at the home of Mrs.
I L. Mintzter. Mrs. H. Wein-
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services__________7:30 a.m.
Evening Services______6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning______8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning.........__ 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily.......3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
Mrs. Louis Margulies Reporting tor Beth
Dot'id Congregation and Sisterhood
Late Friday Evening Services
at 8:15
Cantor Henry Marbein and
mixed choir will chant. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will conduct the,
services. In view of Thanksgiv-
ing observance, Rabbi Shapiro
will discuss the subject, "Thank-
ing GodIn What Sense!"
Oneg Shabbos in the auditor-
ium after the benediction ar-
ranged by Sisterhood and in
charge of Mrs. Hyman Sootin,
chairman.
Junior Services
Junior Congregational services
conducted by David Jacobs, Har-
vey Sootin, Bernard Dickson and
Meyer Greenberg every Saturday
morning at 10:30.
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Elmer, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant,
will be held during the services
this Saturday morning at 9:30.
Elmer will recite the "Maftir"
and extend greetings to the wor-
shipers. A reception in the au-
ditorium will follow immediately
after the services.
Cultural Group
Group of Jewish studies for
adults will be inaugurated at
Beth David for members and
friends in the following courses:
"Kohol" group under direction
of Cantor Henry Marbein; ele-
mentary and conversational He-
brew taught by Louis Gadon;
and a course in Hebraic Civiliza-
tion conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten whose
names arc inscribed in our Me-
morial Book of Life, will be ob-
served this month of "Kislev."
The anniversary candle is lit the
evening before the English date
mentioned, and the Kaddish be-
gins the same evening, until sun-
set of the day mentioned:
Esther, mother of Alexander
Chester, November 3; Chava Ye-
hudis, daughter of Chas. S. Jam-
ison, Nov. 25; Menachem Men-
del, father of Mrs. Jean Seitlin
and Mrs. Samuel Haas, Nov. 30;
Avrohom, father of Mrs. Louis
Hayman, Nov. 30; Rikle, mother
of Louis Gordon, Dec. 1; Morde-
cai, father of Mrs. Louis Miller;
Aida, mother of Mrs. Hoffman,
Dec. 5; Ester, mother of Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, Dec. 6; Mayer
Shimon, father of Mrs. A. Rubin,
Dec. 7; Isser, son of Louis Wein-
kle, Dec. 7; Yechabed, mother of
Wolf Blutstein, Dec. 7; Channa,
mother of Betty Maer, Dec. 8;
Gedalyohn, father of Mrs. S.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)__
stein will review A. J. Cronin's
most recent work. Others will
also appear on the program .
Mrs. M. Mescheloff reports very
successful results in the drive
for new members.
Congratulations
A hearty mazul tov to Helen
Schiff and her parents on her
announced engagement. We are
eager to see the lucky young man.
All her former students of our
Religious School are extremely
interested.
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PAGE SIX
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, i941
'
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
U. A. H. C. SOUTHEASTERN
CONVENTION HELD JOINTLY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
Rauzin, Dec. 10; Rivkah. wife of
Chas. Greenberg, Dec. 10; Yitz-
chok, father of Mahilner Family,
Dec. 11; Moshe, father of Mrs. S.
B. Miller, Dec. 12; Alexander,
father of I. Benjamin, Dec. 12;
Zalmen, brother of Nat Zalka,
Dec. 13; Rochel. mother of Nat
Klein, Dec. 14; Yitzchok Moshe,
brother of Mrs. Alex Miller,
Dec. 13; Yitzchok Moshe, son of
Mrs. Esther Morton, Dec. 13;
Daniel, father of Mrs. Ben Kan-
del, Dec. 15; Zalmen, father of H.
Ray vis, Dec. 15; Label, father of
Leo Ackerman, Dec. 17.
Sisterhood Annual Food Sale
The annual food sale which has
been so successful in past years
will take place at the Southern
Cafeteria, East Flagler and S. E.
Third Streets all day Wednes-
day, Nov. 26; also for the conven-
ience of those who shop on
Fifth Street, we have been for-
tunate to secure the place at
Dade Kosher Market, 159 N. W.
5th St. It is needless to empha-
size the fact that members who
wish to contribute cakes or any
edibles are asked to contact the
office as well as to patronize the
food sale that day. Mrs. Jean
Seitlin, chairman, wishes to an-
nounce the following ladies who
will serve with her on her com-
mittee: Mrs. Hyman Sootin. co-
chairman; Mrs. Sam Dickson,
Mrs. Isador Fine. Mrs. Harry
Hacker, Mrs. Elix Hinkes, Mrs.
N. Jacobs, Mrs. M. Kellman, Mrs.
Harry Simons, Mrs. Isador Co-
hen, and Mrs. H. Mandell. Re-
member, Wednesday. Nov 26th
at Southern Cafeteria and Dade
Kosher Market.
Barn Dance
The Sisterhood will sponsor its
annual born dance Sunday eve-
ning, November 30th at Beth Da-
vid auditorium. A Hill Billy or-
chestra will provide the music
for dancing. and customary
prizes will be awarded. Mrs.
Sam Weissel chairman, will an-
nounce full particulars later.
Sisterhood Calendar
December 1U, Sisterhood Day.
Mrs. Sidney Rauzin. chairman.
December 14th. P. T. A. Car-
nival, Mrs. Sam Dickson. chair-
man.
December 2 1st. Traditional
Chanukah Dinner.
Miami Jewish Federation Cam-
paign begins Sunday. January
18th.
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The Southeast convention of
the American Hebrew Congrega-
tions will be held jointly with the
Tri-State Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods at the George Wash-
ington Hotel, West Palm Beach,
on Saturday evening, November
29th, and on Sunday, November
30th.
This convention will deal with
important congregational Jewish
problems. It has been announced
by the officers of the Union, that
among the subjects treated in the
papers and panel discussions, will
be "The Challenge of the Syna-
gogue to the American Jewish
Community." "How Can the
Synagogue Prevent Another Lost
Generation?" "The Future of the
American Jewish Community."
"Problems of Congregations."
(Such as Finance, the unaffiliated,
the refugee, communal activities,
Jew and non-Jew, etc.) "Liberal
Judaism and the Preservation of
a Democratic Way of Life."
The social affairs will include
a reception for delegates on Sat-
urday evening, a luncheon on
Sunday afternoon, and a banquet
on Sunday evening.
Max R. Silver
attorney-at-law, has announced
the opening of offices at 718-24
Seybold Building. He is assoc-
iated with Burnett Roth.
NEW LOCAL PROJECT BUYS
BUILDING FOR NEW SCHOOL
NEW HOTEL AND DINING
ROOM OPENS ON BEACH
Gartenberg and Schechter,
formerly of the London Arms
Hotel, have taken over the man-
agement of the Park Central
Hotel and Dining Room located
on Ocean Drive and 7th Street..
Miami Beach. The dining room,
adhering to strict dietary require-
ments in line with the reputation
and policy of the new operators,
will formally open Thanksgiving
Day. at 6 p. m. with a special
Thanksgiving dinner.
WEST PALM BEACH NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir.
1706 Lake Avenue, have arrived
from Worcester, Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. Sellis. Palm
Beach, are visiting here from
New Haven. Connecticut.
Bris Milah for infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greene was
held at St. Mary's Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Green of New
York have arrived in Palm Beach
to spend the season.
The directors of the Yeshiva
Parochial School, a new local
project for religious education
has announced the purchase of a
building on Miami Beach. It is
expected to open for classes in
February.
The school was named in honor
of the memory of the late Dr.
Israel Aaron Tempelhof and will
be known as the Yeshivos Rabbi
Israel Aaron of Greater Miami.
A ladies auxiliary was formed
last week at the Tides Hotel to
assist in the work and plans for
an installation of both divisions
calls for a banquet to be held
Sunday evening. December 7th.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
services, Friday at
school, Sunday at
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Youth club, Sunday at 11:30
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Spaghetti Supper. Monday, 6
7:30 p. ni., followed by a so-
cial, sponsored by the Sisterhood.
Sisterhood sewing day, Wed-
nesday, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., for the
American Red Cross, British War
Relief Society and Bundles for
Britain.
Adult Bible and Hebrew Class,
Wednesday, 8 p. m.
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Reopening for the winter sea-
son on Thanksgiving, Thursday,
November 27th, the Hotel Evans,
Miami Beach, will feature a spec-
ial Thanksgiving dinner served
from 6:30 to 10 p. m. A special
menu in accordance with dietary
requirements has been prepared
with entertainment to be pro-
vided as a feature of the Thanks-
giving opening.
Building a reputation of having
served consistently and satisfac-
torily practically all of the
Greater Miami Jewish Organi-
zations, the Hotel Evans manage-
ment is again making plans to
offer their facilities to these
groups making special provisions
to cater to each of their specific
wants.
The hotel is operated by Isidor
Evans and he is assisted in the
management by a staff headed
by his sons, Arthur, Irving, Harry
and Luke.
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the home of Mrs. B. H, London
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Beach, the Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress
will hold Courtesy Day honorine
the wives of all the rabbis and
the presidents of all Jewish wo-
men's groups. A very interesting
program has been arranged con-
sisting of a book review by Mrs
Lillian Krieger Burton who wili
review Pierre Van Paasen's book
"The Time is Now." There will
also be a report on Congress ac-
tivities by Mrs. Jacobus, educa-
tion chairman. Mrs. London will
be assisted by Mrs. John Meyers,
Mrs. A. J. Tobin, Mrs. S. H. Lut-
sky, Mrs. A. E. Wolfe and Mrs.
L. Glasser. The donor project
has been launched and will be
culminated with a victory lunch-
eon on February 23rd. Mrs. S.
H. Lutsky will serve as chairman
and Mrs. L. Glasser as co-chair,
man.
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Dr. Israel Knox, the National
Director of the Youth and English
Speaking Division of the Work-
men's Circle, will be in Miami
as the guest of the Workmen's
Circle, Branch No. 692 of Greater
Miami. He will take part in a
series of events of the group
during his stay here November
28th through December 1st. He
will speak on "The Workmen's
CircleIt's Place in Jewish Life"
and "Youth and the World Cri-
sis." These lectures will be held
at the Educational Center, 25
Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach.
The Educational Department
of this organization conducts ela-
borate activities for adults, such
as lecture tours, courses, drama-
tic groups, mandolin orchestras,
publication of books, vocal chor-
uses, and also supervises more
than 145 Jewish Elementary and
High Schools. These schools are
supplementary and the children
are given instruction in the Yid-
dish language, literature, Jewish
history, and the labor movement.
The Workmen's Circle also has a
Youth and English Speaking Di-
vision as well as a Women's Di-
vision.
Miami Jewish Federation Cam-
paign begins Sunday, January
18th.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1941
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PAGE SEVEN
Jewish refugees fleeing from
the war-torn districts arrived in
Kuibyshev, temporary Soviet
capital, with heart-rending stories
of what they had seen and ex-
perienced. One broken, aged
man told of seeing a Nazi officer
dash out the brains of a Jewish
infant against an iron stove. A
woman had seen her father, a
Chassidic "rebbe." buried alive.
,-nnwic\ vn.n. .k r~ Another refugee had witnessed
Berne man drive into Russia gave signs j
of bogging down in several sec-, u:?j___
tors, in the face of stiff resis-
tance, reports reaching here told
of Nazi-inspired murder of scores: ZW7" "V""!! TE*
of thousands of Jews in mopping I "A "rL^l
RUSSIAN JEWS AS
OTHERS ARE CUED
children as targets of gunnery
practice. In Priluki. Germans
were said to have bound six Jew-
up operations of the Nazis in So- ac<
viet territory under their occupa- Je
Such
ism
tion and of many acts of Jewish JJ> so,diers
heroism in resisting the invaders., Z^rml
One report said that in Kiev. Kreiser was
capital of the Ukraine and one
of the largest Jewish centers in
Russia, more than 50.000 Jews
were systematically executed.
The massacre did not spare wo-
men or children, according to this
report. Similar executions,
though not on as huge a scale.
were said to have occurred in
other occupied towns.
The massacres were reported to
have been carried out by the Na-
zis with little or no support from
the local population. In fact, in
many parts of the Ukraine, the
non-Jewish population was said
to be befriending the Jews. Local
authorities in some Ukrainian
towns were giving assistance in
alleviating the plight of the im-
poverished and starving Jews.
The Nazis attempted, in vain,
to incite the Ukrainians against
the Jews by spreading rumors
that Jews had been responsible
for killing Ukrainian nationalist
leaders in Lwow before the Ger-
man occupation. Homeless Jews
in Lwow were being sheltered in
the few synagogues and Jewish
communal buildings that re-
mained standing after the Rus-
sians had destroyed all the pro-
perty they could in evacuating
the art-a.
of Nazi anti- j
stirred Russian
to new acts of
resistance against
invaders. General
cited for unusual
valor in leading his troops out,
of encirclement near Smolensk.!
A Jewish poet named Utkin lost
a hand in leading a company in
a counter-attack. A scholar
named Rabinovich gave his life
to blow up a German tank with
a hand-gernade.
NAZIS MEETING RESISTANCE
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
New York (WNS) Addressing
a protest meeting against the Nazi
"mass murder" in Europe. Feder-
al Security Administrator Paul V.
McNutt declared that "a desper-
ate Nazism finds that it is faced
with a growing unrest throughout
the occupied lands and a strong-
er and firmer line of resistance
in the free nations of the world.
He has misjudged the United
States of America. From the be-
ginning the policy of the United
States has been determined with
an eye to one single objective, the
preservation. intact, of the
American form of government.
Gartenberg & Schechter
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GRAND OPENING
OF THE
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and DINING ROOM
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THANKSGIVING DAY. THURSDAY, NOV. 27TH
SPECIAL TURKEY DINNER WILL BE SERVED
Dining Room Under Direct Supervision of Mr. and Mrs,
Gartenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Schechter. where Sabbatn
and Kashrus is Strictly ODserved
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-5855
Swivel Chair
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
. that Nazism arose in Ger-
many as a bulwark against Com-
munism that the present war
started from a powerful Jewish
world organization which con-
trolled all democratic countries.
Answers to these false charges
have been placed in the hands
of those who received the sub-
versionist's letter The truth
offers the best defense against
libel.
"Jew-LoTers"
"Roosevelt is a Hebrew .
The members of his cabinet are
all Jew-lovers It's time for
a new type of government to take
over!'1
These sentiments don't stem
directly from Goebbels or the
Nazi propaganda ministry .
They come from a leading Miami
citizen who makes frequent
speeches or. democracy at public
gatherings who also be-
lieves that "lynching is one of
the finest institutions in the
South" ... It seems that the
educational process should start
with some of our leaders.
Just what is an ADL worker
supposed to do when called upon
to review a book containing
anti-Semitic statements? The I
Meader Publishing Company of
Boston. Massachusetts has sent
us a copy of a book by John R. '
Elsom entitled "Lightning Over
the Treasury Building" ... It
contains damaging and fallacious
statements reflecting discredit
upon the Jewish people .
Elsom claims that the Roths-
childs fomented the American
Civil War in order to gain power.
Oddly enough, we recognize the
source of Elsom's falsities .
They first issued from Detroit
when we were engaged in defense
work there Father Coughlin's
Jew-baiting Social Justice Maga-
zine printed them And al-
though exposed as untruths, they
continue to be reprinted ... In
the hope that Mr. Elsom un-
wittingly has fallen victim to
this vicious propaganda, we have
called the true facts to his at-
tention.
25.000 JEWS KILLED IN MASS
MURDER IN ODESSA PURGE
London (W N S)More than
25.000 Jews were murdered in
organized pogroms by Rumanian
and Nazi troops in Odessa, it was
reported here by the British ra-
dio, which described the pogroms
as "one of the biggest mass exe-
cutions in history."
The official news broadcast
said that the anti-Jewish mass
murders were organized after
220 Rumanian soldiers were
killed by a time bomb planted by
retreating Soviet troops. The
25.000 Jews, virtually the entire
remaining Jewish population of
Odessa, were herded into mili-
tary barracks and shot down by
squads of Rumanian and Nazi
machine gunners. After the
shootings, the barracks were set
on fire.
Another report reaching here
stated that anti-Semitic Premier
Ion Antonescu has established a
special bureau to supervise the
confiscation of Jewish owned
land and other properties. Final
disposition of the farms and oth-
er possessions seized from Jews
will be decided by the new bu-
reau.
DUTCH RULERS TO
AID REFUGEES DF
DE
Toronto 'WNS>More than 100
delegate- attending the annual
convention of the Ontario Zion-
ist region adopted a resolution
calling upon Prime Minister Win-
ston Churchill to include in the
allied peace aims a provision es-
tablishing a Jewish state in Pal-
estine.
The resolution stressed the
Jewish state must be "capable of
housing millions of homeless Eu-
ropean Jews."
Willemstad. Curacao (WNS)
The Netherlands Government has
granted temporary stay in Cur-
acao to 86 refugees who faced
return to Europe because they
were barred from South Ameri-
can countries for which they held
visas, according to the Nether-
lands Indies News Agency.
The refugees will be permitted
to stay in this Netherlands ter-
ritory until their immigration to
other countries in the Western
Hemisphere becomes possible.
The arrangement for landing of
the refugees from the Spanish
steamship Cabo de Hornos was
made by the Netherlands govern-
ment in London with the Ameri-
can Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee through the intermed-
iary of Sir Herbert Emerson.
League of Nations High Commis-
sioner for Refugees. The Ameri-
can Relief Agency agreed to
guarantee funds for maintenance
of the refugees and to arrange
for their reemigration within 3
months.
Its passengers barred from
South America, the Cabo de Hor-
nos turned back towards Europe,
but the return of the exiles to
Europe was averted by the grant-
ing of permission for them to
stay in Curacao.
The Red Cross Roll Call merits
your support. Enroll now!
SHOPPERS IN FRANCE WILL
FOLLOW JEWISH SIGNPOSTS
Vichy I WNS Nazi authorities
in occupied France have been dis-
comfitted no end because French-
men have shown a marked ten-
dency to do their shopping in
sh ps decorated with yellow and
black signs.
Latest figures from the occu-
pied zone disclose that 3.000 at
Nazi-estimated 22.000 Jewish-
i enterprises have been
. n pletely "Aryanized."
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*Jmtot ncri FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 194.
B'nai B'rith
Notes
By MILTON FRIEDMAN

Last week I was unable to go
into details with regard to the
excellent Armistice Day program
that was held at Sholem Lodge
meeting. The Auxiliary- under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Estelle
Gould, was in charge of the pro-
gram. Miss Phyllis Shulman op-
ened the program with two vocal
selections which were well re-
ceived. Then Mrs. Stella Turk
gave a character study written by
herself which was quite good.
She was accompanied on the pi-
ano by Mrs. Seymour Satin. The
piece de resistance was the splen-
did radio presentation of the
B'nai B'rith Players conveying
an Armistice message. The play
was directed and produced by
Brother Barney Goodman and
the cast included Mrs. Stella
Turk. Brothers Harold Turk.
Barney Goodman, and myself. I
had very little to do with it so I
can brag about the show. Fol-
lowing this dramatic episode an
address was given by Lt.-Col.
Her.ry Clifford Turner. He con-
cluded his speech by asking his
audience to give a mass pledge
I the flag. With the singing of
God Bless America, the meeting
adjourned.
We had several visiting Breth-
ren at the n-.' eting Offhand I
recall then was Brother Finkel-
stein ''. :.-:ar.,-:. Brother
ehter of New York and
5: :::: : V.\- .-:
'.'.'. I: .: \V.,ukegan sounds fa-
miliar : righl Brother
.- :: fathi t : tl
_-;-. vvi Jack B< nny.
Irive of the Crip-
pled Childrt-r.'s Hospital, ;> you
-;r iccess. Sholem
ng its | icy of do-
ing civic pic work.
a pledg : ^000 to the
H ; ital This sum is ; aj al
vi r th next i< : <.: lhr< .. years.
It ..- ur that I
by Williai S rer in Febru-
ary .'.... bring ei ugh retu:
are of a sizeable portion of
ligal n. Dr Alexander
r reported to the Lodge
that a hydro-therapy room in the
Hospital will be known as the
B'nai B'rith room. Most of the
patients must receive hydro-ther-
apy treatments so the Lodge will
be recognized as the outstanding
cvic organization that it is.
Brother Harold Turk reports
that applications for membership
continue to roll in and many have
been received since our last meet-
ing. However, in order to reach
our goal of 100 new members by
our December meeting, it is im-
perative that we each pledge our-
selves to go out of our way to
approach prospective members. I
am willing and wager that each
member of our Lodge if he so j
desired could within one day se-
cure at least one application.!
Let's surprise Harold by match-
ing one new applicant for every ,
brother present at the next meet-
ing.
The Lodge had the pleasure of
hearing Herbert Milner last week. I
Mr. Milner has just come to Mi-
ami to become the assistant to
Brother Bill Boxerman of the A.
D. L. office. He replaces Ben j
Gadelicia who has returned :
New York to take charge of the
-;. rs bureau there. Brother
Milner told us the interesting ;
story of why Eddie Cantor was
off the air last year. It appears !
that he attacked Nazism quite of-
ten and the Nazis and their
frii r is in this country wrote to
Eddie's sponsor and threatened
a boycott of its products unless
Edde discontinued his attacks.
(used to do and so he
was taken off the air. This year
thi same subversive elements are
writing to his present sponsor. We
can keep Eddie on the air if ev-
...- takes a little time >.:.
to drop a line to the Brist I My-
ers Co. telling them how much we
; Eddie Cantor on the air.
Until next week at the same
time I remain your faithful cor-
respondent who reminds you at
Thanksgiving time that we should
be thankful we are in a country
where we eat drumsticks instead
of beating them.
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
year next month, is one of the
very' few surviving pupils of the
great pianist Franz Liszt Rob-
ert A. Simon, music critic of The
New Yorker, is the librettist of
an English version of "Faust"
that is being staged by the Phila-
delphia Opera Company Car-
toonists Jerry Siegel and Joe
Shuster sure started something
when they created their "Super-
man" a couple of years ago .
There's a whole epidemic of
these super-dupers nowif you're
interested in details, just look
through your youngster's cache
of "funnies" Good news is
the announcement that the Marx
Brothers are planning a South
American tour Our good Lat-
in American neighbors are get-
ting tired of the many movie
stars who try- to play the role of
diplomats when visiting down
there, instead of doing their stint
as entertainers ... A visitor from
embattled Britain, novelist Louis
Golding. has been assigned the
writing of a movie script about
Dunkirk ... In Hollywood they're
saying that the one and only Mil-
ton Berle will be a benedict be-
fore the year is out ... A flour-
ishing business is that of Mrs. Etta
Lippman. an ambitious East Sid-
er who. after having brought up
her family, began to feel lone-
some without a lot of cooking to
do ... So she now makes kosher
delicacies for all who will buy
...t m, and she's particularly proud
that the regular customers for
her blintzes. knishes. gefillte fish,
-tc. include quite a lot of non-
Jews, too.
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NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
- under the flctltloui name of
RUBENSTEIN'S intend to register
:. -,.i name with th- Clerk <* the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
GEOROE KUtkAs
HELENA FAHKAS
11 21-28 12 5-12-19
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to encase in
li under tin- flctltloui name of
BARBIZON APT HOTEL intend to
egistei the aald name with the Clerk
of th.- Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fl0ri,i, JACOB THAVES
BENJAMIN ''HAVES
LEON CHAVE8
ii si-;* li s-it-u
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
1.vi..::.. sk under the fictitious name of
FLAGLER MEMORIAL GROUP AS-
SOCIATES intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit I'ourt of Dade County. Florida.
ALFRED go'ITES.MaN
11 21-28 12 :.-l--19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
liusinrss under the fictitious name of
ZISSEN S BOWERY intend to regis-
ter the Mid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HVMAN ZISSEN
LOUIS ZISSEN
i'HARLES ZISSEN
M. L ZISSEN
DOROTHY ZISSEN
LILLIAN ZISSEN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
11/21-28 12 5-12-1*
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiit; ig. in
.... under th.- fictitious name of
CHESTER'8 RESTAURANT at 666
Collins Av Miami Beach, Fill In-
tend* to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Ceuntj. Florid..
EMIL BENZELL
:: 21-28 12 5-12-1*
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVFv"^
the undersigned, desiring t ?n52i
in business under the fi.-tin. .. **
of ALYCE MAYNE Intends'0,* g
er the said name with the ClerKf
norld^01"1 CUrt "' ** SSyJ
10/31 11/7-14-21-28 AMVK KATZ
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE\Thai
the undersigned desiring to **
In business under the fictitious nSC
Of MARIE'S BEACH WEAR SHOP
intends to register the said name *iik
SSETMBl1**" Courl ^t
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engeaa
In business under the fictitious nam
of DIXIE CASH MARKET intends to
register the said name with th- Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
ounty.
NATHAN ALEXANDER
10/31 11/7-14-21-28 K
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name nf
LOVE MANOR APTS. at sr,0 15th
St.. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
SIMPSON J. ROSENBERG
10/31 11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LUBY CHEVROLET CO. intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. *'
SOUTHLAND MOTORS. INC.,
a Florida Corporation
10/31 11/7-14-21-2*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-ngage
I in business under the flctltloui UM
Of HOTEL DAVIS Intends to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RUBEN SHAPIRO
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|< signed, lealrlng to encase In
b isii ss .' i the fU tltioui name of
CHAR-MOLE GOWN SHOPPE in-
- .: stei th< said name with
the Clerk of the Cli ill Sourt "f Dade
Countv. Florida.
CHARLES WEINSTEIN
ISAAC Jl 'FEE
Attornej I Applicant
11 :".-.' I! 5-12-19
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All Holidays Start the Preceding Evening
l< -:. Kislev ....
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?. th Chodesh Tebeth.....
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Thursday and Friday. Nov. 20 21
......Dec. 15 to 22
. Saturday and Sunday. Dec. 20 21
Tuesday. Dec. 23
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