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.. Social Notes and Club Activities..
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Delta Phi Epsilon “Spring* Frolics”
Celebrated At Tallahassee
Members and pledges of the
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the
Florida State College for Women
entertained with their annual
Spring Frolics affair the weekend
of February 24th. The festivities
began Friday night when the
guests and hostesses attended the
formal dedication services of the
Temple Israel, Tallahassee’s new
synagogue. After the services
dancing was enjoyed at "Play
Night” in the school gymnasium.
Saturday morning was spent in
formally at the sorority house, and
at six o’clock a formal banquet
was held at the Cherokee Hotel.
The theme of the banquet was
"Good Luck on Leap Year.” Tybe
Wittenstein, regina, and Mi m i
Schneider, social chairman, pre
sided. The formal dance was held
in the club room of the school
gymnasium which was decorated
with multi-colored streamers. A
horseshoe of gold was placed over
the doorway for “good-luck.” The
no-break program card was in the
form of a purple four-leaf clover
with a silhouette of a boy and a
girl painted in gold, thus carrying
out the sorority colors.
The following new initiates,
Florence Lutz, Tampa; Rosalie
Glickman, Perry; Selma Jenk
ins, Tarpon Springs; Selma
Schloss, West Palm Beach; and
Peggy Schemer, Jacksonville,
were honored at this time.
Guests attending the affair
were: Arnold Rosen, Harold
Bloom, Sid Aronovitz, Manny Lev
enson, Shelby Traeger, Herbie
Kaye, Bob Sprintz, Louis Dwos
kin, Jerry Kemp, William Wolf
son, Charles Rosenblatt, Dick
Krause, Sidney Mendelson, Albert
Segall. Howard Weissman, Willie
Oester, Paul Haimowitz, Bernard
Uman, Richard Mahon, and A1
Sorority Patronesses attending
were: Mrs. S. Mendelson, Mrs. B.
Gelberg, Mrs. M. Eichom, Mrs.
M. Lipsey, and Mrs. Lippman.
Hostesses included: Naomi Brau
er, Marie Brownsteen, Miriam
Bus h e 11, Raela Fink, Rosalie
Glickman, Selma Hyman, Cyn
thia Pearlman, Rosalie Rosner,
Blanche Saul, Peggy Schemer,
Mimi Schneider, Sara Tepper,
Tyb e 11 Wittenstein, Jeanne
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Florence Lutz, Dorothy Dubbin,
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Mrs.. Pearl
Neidarman Dies
Funeral services for Mrs. Pearl
Neidarman, 60, wife of Sam Nei
darman, operator of Neidarman
Grocery Store, who died in a lo
cal hospital Sunday night, were
held at 3 P. M. Monday in Estes-
Krauss Funeral Home, Rabbi Mor
ris Margolis, of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center, officiating. Pall
bearers were: S. Rosenblatt, Harry
Rosenblatt, B. Nelson, Sam Haimo
vitz, H. Begal and A. Bernstein.
Interment was in The Workmen’s
Circle, Jewish section of River
side Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Neidarman was a native of
Hungary and came to this coun
try 26 years ago and to this city
22 years ago from Philadelphia,
Pa. She is survived by her widow
er, Sam Neidarman.
Hadassah Activities
Jewish National Fund: Mrs. D.
H. Lasarow, chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hackel, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Stein, and Mr.
and Mrs. David Lasarow each
planted a tree in memory of
Mrs. Leah Polinsky of Detroit,
Miss Judith Wilensky planted a
tree in memory of Miss Dora
The refreshment committee which
served Hadassah Education
Night meeting planted one tree
from funds received from cake
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hammerman
planted one tree in thankful
ness for the recovery of Annette
Bertha Hammerman.
♦ Musings ♦
“You cannot put a great hope
into a small soul.”—J. L. Jones
\ • • /§
Mount Clements, Mich., some
eighteen years ago, ever contacted
her. He hadn’t seen the lady in all
those years and was very anxious
to meet her again. We hope he did
. . . The Dave Lasarows are visit
ing in Miami Beach . . . Our most
profound sympathies to the wife
and mother of Hyman Sobel who
passed away in Gainesville sever
al weeks ago. His death was a
great shock to his many friends
. . . Joyce Davis tells us that she
is going back to Detroit on a visit
the early part of March . . . We
didn’t mean to forget to tell you
that your editor bumped into Lt.
Sternberg, of Starke, Fla., on his
recent period of duty at Fort Ben
ning several weeks ago. Lt. Stern
berg is serving there after gradu
ating from West Point . . . Met
Martin Weiner while waiting for
the bus the other day. Weiner is
the young artist, you remember,
who sketched those impressive
pictures for the Daughters of Is
rael at their opening meeting in
September. He told me he is now
free lancing and concentrating on
portrait work. He is a young art
ist of outstanding talent and de
serves all the support we can give
him . . . Did we tell you that Leo
Davis of Detroit is visiting here
and will be a guest at the Leibo
vitz-Davis wedding Sunday? . . .
We are joining hands with some
of the members of the younger
set who are sending letters to our
senators in Washington urging
them to vote against the passage
of four fascist-smelling bills now
before the senate. We refer to the
Hobbs, Dempsey, Reynolds and
Smith bills, all of which are aimed
against aliens, and if passed will
wreck havoc with our civil liber
ties and democratic privileges. •
The bills have alredy passed the
House of Representatives and are
now waiting for Senate approval
before they can be put in effect.
If you want to see concentration
camps in this country don’t raise
a finger to stop the passage of
these bills; if you want to see a
sample of what your brethren are
experiencing in foreign lands, just
hush up any movement to oppose
the Hobbs, Dempsey, Reynolds
and Smith bills.
However, if you are concerned
over the fate of the aliens in
country who have been unable for
some reason or other to obtain
their citizenship (and remember
half of these people are Jews)
then write a letter to your sena
tors and tell them how you feel.
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telephone and
wanted to know i t
we were Helen
Moscovitz, she with
the red hair whom
he had met in
This service is sponsored by the Jacksonville Chapter of nJ
B’rith as a date clearing bureau, and all organizations in the 1
are invited to ’phone in their forthcoming events to Phiii D eJj
secretary, whose telephone number is 5-1328. y oeit l
SUNDAY 3rd: 7 P. M. A. Z. A. Third Anniversary BanJ
and Dance; Jewish Center. 4U |
WED. 6th: 2:30 o’clock, Daughters of Israel meeting iJ
ish Center. ’ *1
SAT. 9th: Triple F Club Dance; Jewish Center.
Mon., 11th: Jewish Center Concert.
Tuesday., 12th: 2 :30 o’clock; Ladies Sheltering Aid Meeting; jJ
Wednes., 13th: Hadassah Linen Shower, 2:30 o’clock; Jewish
Sat. & Sun., 16th & 17th: Young Judean State Convention.
Jewish Center.
Tues. 19th: Sheltering Aid Affair, 2:30 o’clock; Jewish Center
Cun Jewish Center Purim Sudor in the form of a banmiJ
oun., 4*v u. gnd entertainment ; Jewish Center.
Fri. 29th: A - z - A - Sabbath, 8:15 P. M., Jewish Center.
Sun., 31st: Ladies Hebrew Sheltering and Aid Society Installatioi
and Banquet; Jewish Center.
Mon. 4th: 8:15 O’clock, Hadassah Study Group; home of Mrs. Mar
Baker, 2325 Post street.
Wed* 6th: 8:30 o’clock, Jr. Hadassah meeting; Jewish Center.
Thurs., 7th: 8:30 p * M > Ladies Auxiliary to J. W. V. meeting,
Jewish Center.
Leibovitz-Davis Wedding Announced
Plans for the marriage of Miss
Edy the Leibovitz, daughter of
Mrs. Lillian Leibovitz, and Bemie
Davis, son of Mrs. Henry Davis,
have been announced. The wed
ding will take place Sunday after
noon at 2 o’clock in the home of
the bride’s uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. David Moscovitz, on
Post street. Rabbi M. D. Margolis
of the Jewish Center will offici
Prior to the ceremony which
will be witnessed by only the im
mediate family and close friends
pre-nuptial music will be played
on the organ by Mrs. Maxwell
Sobel, sister of the groom. Mrs.
D. Tom will render several ap
propriate selections in her lovely
soprano accompanied on the vio
lin by Harold Ezzes.
Miss Leibovitz will have as her
Husband, wife and children—Any member and all ages from 1
to 75 years of age. Each member increases to $1,006.
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only attendant her sister, Mis
Anne Leibovitz, and Leo Davis
of Detroit, Mich., will be hi
brother’s best man. Mr. and Mn
David Moscovitz will follow th
bride and her mother to the altar
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sobel wil
usher the groom and his mother
A reception will follow from
to 5 o’clock. Cards have been is
sued to the many friends of thi
young couple.
Miss Leibovitz was honora
Monday evening with a lovelj
party and shower of her choser
pattern of crystal by Mrs. Harry
Sobel in the Party House on Post
street. Over 40 guests attender
the event Mrs. Sobel’s gift to the
honor guest was three crysta

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