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JACKSONVILLE JEWISH CENTER
THIRD AND SILVER STREETS 3-0611 RABBI M. D. MARGOLIS Morning Prayers are recited at ( J°7m, and Sunday at 8:30 A M evening Services are recited at Jfflltosha) and 6:20 (Maariv) SABBATH SERVICES Kabolas Shabbos will be recited 1 this evening. INSTALLATION SABBATH SERVICE / Officers of the Jacksonville Jewish Center and Members of its Board of Directors, recently elect- Twill be installed at an impres dye ceremony which will take place this Friday evening at 8:30 j, the Center Synagogue. A special" religious service, con ducted by Rabbi Morris D. Mar golis will precede the installation. The Center choir will chant ap propriate hymns. Rabbi Margolis will be the in king officer and will address the congregation on the topic "The Responsibilities of Leadership.” Brief talks will also be given by David Moscovitz, outgoing presi dent and Abe Newman, newly elected president of the institu tion. The officers to be installed are: Abe Newman, president; B. Baker, Ist vice-president; H. Selber, 2nd vice-president; Philip Selber, sec retary; Max Rose, financial sec retary; Ira Stein, treasurer; and Joseph Hackel, auditor. Mem bers of the Board of Directors are: Jacob Becker, Joe Becker, Philip Bork, Ben Chepenik, Sam Fletcher, Harry Gendzier, Harry Hyman, S. D. Kramer, Jacob Lap insky, I. M. Lieberman, Oscar Magezis, Max Mirkis, David Mos covitz, Max Rubin, A. E. Selber, S. Selber, Ben Setzer, Moe B. Safer, W. Silverman and Morris Wolfson. At the conclusion of the services a reception will be held in the Center audito’fiufti "with wives 'of officers and members of the Board of Directors serving as hostesses. The public is cordially invited to attend. JUNIOR CONGREGATION PARTY A gay party, attended by over 40 children and their parents, was staged by the Junior Congregation Sunday, February 4. The program of entertainment was preceded by a model meeting, presided over by Victoria Levy, leader of the organization. The reports of the secretary, treasurer and religious •ommittee were received with in vest and applause. The following children took part n the program: Nathan Krestul, ■Gertrude Meyerhoff, Gene Kristie, victoria Levy, Sonya Heyman and L<ona Samson. A skit enacting a :ourt scene, in which a member w ho misses meetings was thor R. C. Marshall Superintendent of Public Instruction extends everyone His BEST WISHES ON BROTHERHOOD WEEK! . LEARN Ballroom Dancing Waltz - Fox Trot - Rumba Also Folk and Rythmic for children and adults Emily Bashure 572 Riverside Phone 7-5404 Introductory Rates oughly tried and . . . acquitted, was amusingly presented by the following cast: Robert Stein, judge; Eric Meyerhoff, defendant; Gene Kristie, court clerk and Ber nard Heyman, substitute author. Lovely vocal and piano selections were given by the Portnoy sisters and Victoria Levy. The program was concluded with the singing of Hatkivah and America, follow ing which refreshments were serv ed by the congregation hostesses. CENTER EXTENDS SYMPATHY The congregation extends its sympathy to Mrs. M. D. Margolis who recently lost her mother, Mrs. Leah Polinsky, in Detroit, Mich igan. News of Mobile BY FANNYE RAE LUBEL Congregation Ahaveth Chessed is honoring Rabbi A. M. Lazowick with a welcoming banquet on Sun day night, February 11th in the banquet hall of the Jewish Pro gressive Club. Rabbi Uri Miller of New Orleans will be the guest speaker. Junior Hadassah has elected delegates to represent its unit at the convention to be held in New Orleans February 25th and 26th at Jung Hotel. The Misses Fannye Rae Lubel and Elsie Friedlander will represent their unit, having been selected at the meeting. • Senior Hadassah’s delegates •to the Regional Hadassah Conven tion are: Mrs. Doris Linnick and Mrs. B. Kahn. Other members of Senior Hadassah who plan to attend the convention are: Mrs. E. M. Zivitz, President; Mrs. Joe Mitchell, M*£ Sam Brooks ‘ and Mrs. N. Pollock. Mr. Sheldon Chassin has just returned from a several weeks trip to Chicago, 111., and also spent several days in Washington, D. C., as the guest of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kramer. Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal has re turned to her home in New York after a few weeks’ visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Weis man. Mr, and Mrs. A. Kramer of Washington, D. C., are the guests of the E. G. Gelberman family. Mrs. Kramer, will be remembered as Pauline Chassin, formerly of Mobile. Miss Elsie Friedlandes* will spend this week-end in New Orleans, La., where she will be the guest of Miss Marion Goldman and attend the engagement party of Miss Goldman to Mr. I. Ruben stein. Miss Ethel L. Miller is spending this week-end at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, where she will be guest at the Kappa Nu Fraternity Annual Dance. Miss Ethel B. Miller and Mr. Himie Mendelson will he married on Sunday, February 25th, in the Lounge of the Jewish Progressive Club. Mr. Himie Mendelson, the groom, is from Tallahassee, Fla., but after the marriage the young couple will reside in Mobile. Miss Gertrude Rosmer is now visiting in Detroit, Mich., and will also spend several weeks in Co lumbus, Ohio. WE EXTEND GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS ON THE OCCASION OF BROTHERHOOD WEEK Affiliated Banks np AT I AMTIP SPRINGFIELD ATLANTIC /\ 1 LA 1 N 1 I U “.SESSE „„ VIA T"* V VIA! DAV 11/ THE SANFORD ATLANTIC FIRST ATLANTIC NATIONAL XI A I I # 1 INI lx. a NATIONAL BANK BANK OF DAYTONA BEACH J>| Hll V-/ l ZgESgflr* , V u ... nr 1 A C K. S N VI L L E west palm beach THE FIRST NATIONAL 0 ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK BANK, GAINESVILLE A Organized 1903 Member of the F. D. I. C. THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY Jewish Men’s Club Announces Program For Year The Jewish Men’s Club has re leased its plans for the coming year and an eventful and full season is anticipated by the mem bership. A three minute debate and smoker will be held by the group on February 20th in the Jewish Center. The inaugural ball for new offi cers is scheduled for March sth and promises to be an outstand ing event. On the nineteenth of March there will be a religious quiz broadcast. April 2nd will see the business meeting where a guest speaker will be featured, and on the 16th a mock trial will be held. A fishing party is be ing planned for April and also the forming of a diamond ball league. At the May 7th meeting a movie will be shown, and at the August 6th business meeting there will be another guest speaker. On the 20th of August there will be an educational contest, with a fish ing party also being arranged for this month. A musicale will be arranged for Sept. 3rd, and on the 17th there will be a round table discussion. A bowling league will be organized about this time. There will be a business meet ing on October 1 with a guest speaker, and on the 15th, a quiz and smoker. November 5 will see a three minute debate, and j on the 19th a formal debate. The j Dec. 3rd meeting will feature a I guest speaker, and a nominating committee will be appointed for the election of officers which will be held on Jan. 7, 1941. The Inaugural Ball will be on the 21st of January, 1941. DAYTONA BEACH BY ANITA GREENSPAN Temple Israel has a newly formed choir under the leadership of Mr. Jack Lerner (of Chicago Opera Co.) The rest of the choir consists of Mr. M. Chaikoff, Mrs. J. Lerner, Mrs. S. Reid, and Mrs. Sidney M. Bogner. Rabbi Bogner’s sermon Friday night will be “The Jewish Atti tude Toward Tolerance.” On January 28th Rabbi Bogner reviewed the “Nazarene" by Sho lom Asch before the Coronet Club. The Club is a group of Jewish young men and women formed recently to foster social and cul tural programs among the Jewish youth of Daytona Beach and vi cinity. The first social event of the year will be a Valentine dance Sunday evening, February 11th, at the Hotel Reviera. Plans are under way for a Purim Masquerade Ball to be held by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel. Part of the program will consist of a Purim Puppet Show conducted by the children of the Religious School and also a Queen Esther Beauty contest. All this will be held on March 24th. The Congregation extends its deepest sympathy to the family of the late Benjamin Brown of blessed memory. His untimely passing was a great loss to the community as well as to his fam ily. RECENT ARRIVALS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pepper are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. M. Sei gal and Mrs. D. F. Ruttenburg of Providence, R. I. Mr. and Mrs. S. Greenspan are entertaining Mr. Greenspan’s brother, “Bill” of Linden, N. J. When theatres double-bill “Os Mice and Men” and “Brother Rat and the Baby,” they’ll have to hire the Pied Piper as doorman. LETTER BOX United Yeshivos Foundation, Inc. 1123 Broadway New York February 7, 1940 Editor, Southern Jewish Weekly P. O. Box 903 Jacksonville, Fla. Dear Sir: The United Yeshivos Founda tion has in a little over a year rescued the Jewish parochial school system from financial ruin. With $150,000 already provided for these important religious schools, we have been able to ex pand their work and influence, and even to establish new institu tions in many American cities. 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