OCR Interpretation


The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, March 08, 1940, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Florida

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn78000090/1940-03-08/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for Page Four

Page Four
.. Social Notes and Club Activities..
Edited by ETHEL MOSCOVITZ
AH material mart be in our office, by Wednwday of each week at noon • Phone your m«sa 9 « to 5-4264 or mail them to P. O. Boa 903
Hadassah Shower and Anniversary
Celebration to be Held Wednesday
Senior Hadassah’s annual linen
shower and birthday celebration
will be held Wednesday afternoon
at the time of the regular month
ly meeting in the auditorium of
the Jewish Center at 2:30 o’clock.
Preceding the business session
Mrs. Ira Stein, head of the chap
ter, will preside over a birthday
cake lighted with twenty-eight
candles, one for each of Hadas
sah’s birthdays. She will address
the assemblage on the occasion
of the celebration before she opens
the meeting.
At the . conclusion of the ses
sion Mrs. A. G. Schemer will pre
sent Mrs. Dan Radbill who will
read excerpts from the address
made by Admiral Duff Cooper,
resigned head of the British Navy,
at the recent Zionist Convention.
Samuel B. 1
Kitchen |
Electrical Contractor
“Appreciates Your Business”
3855 Riverside Phone 2-2046
VOTE_FOR
it :
Ned E. (Doc)
Clark
For
Justice of the Peace
Fourth District
We take this method of thanking you for
your patronage.
Harden’s Floral Gardens
“Say It With (HARDEN’S) Flowers”
3514 Liberty St. Phone 5-6920
Cordial greetings and best
wishes from the
TURPENTINE & ROSIN
FACTORS, INC.
Atlantic National Bank Bldg.
The address, made .by one so
prominent in British affairs, has
caused much comment.
A style show will also be pre
sented by Mrs. Maurice Cherry,
chairman of the sewing groups.
Twelve children from the ages of
2 1-2 ‘to 15 years will model gar
ments sewed by the various groups
throughout the city, and which
will be sent to Palestine. The in
dividual sewing groups will also
have exhibits of their work.
In charge of the linen shower
which will be given by the mem
bership for the hospitals in Pal
estine are Mrs. Louis Wolf son and
Mrs. Lonnie Wurm. Os interest
to those who wish to bring gifts
is the information that sheets,
pillow cases and towels are
needed. The size of the sheets
needed for hospital beds are 72 x
! 99”.
j A social hour will follow the
i program and tea will be poured.
Hostesses for the occasion will be
! Mrs. Julius Levin, chairman, Mrs.
j Abe Fletcher, Mrs. Haber, and
! Mrs. Robert Black.
Miss Leibovitz and
Mr. Davis Are Wed
Sunday
Miss Edythe Leibovitz, daugh
ter of Mrs. Lillian Leibovitz and
the late Coleman Leibovitz, be
came the bride of Bernard Davis,
1 son of Mrs. Henry Davis in an im
-1 pressive ceremony solemnized at
2 o’clock Sunday, March 3, at the
! home of the bride’s uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. David Moscovitz at
2501 Post Street. Rabbi M. D.
Margolis officiated.
Following the ceremony a re
’ ception was held for assembled
guests.
During the afternoon Mr. and
Mrs. Davis left for a wedding trip
to Miami and Key West. After
March 10 they will reside at 2670
Post Street.
1 Our Film Folks
HELEN SIGMUND
Warners’ were accorded praise
by Dr. Biering, health commis
sioner of lowa, for presenting Ehr
lich on the screen. He knew the
doctor at the time of the famous
Test No. 606.
Shooting on Chaplain’s “Dicta
tor” is finished. Now there’s only
the cutting to do . . . but Hitler
needn’t worry . . . compared to
Charlie’s shears, a turtle paces
like Sea Biscuit.
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
♦ Miisings ♦
“The strength of a nation, es
pecially of a republican nation,
is in the well-ordered homes of the
people.”—Mrs. Sigourney.
Reader’s Digest reprinted it. . .
So, now all Jacksonville is puffed
up about it. . .Saw Mickey Kramer
shopping eagerly in town the other
day. . .She said the new addition
was well at home in bed. . .Speak
ing of shopping, it makes us stop
and try to remember when Pass
over ever came so much later than
Easter as it does this year. East
er is March 24th, and Passover
is exactly a month later. . .And
while we are on the topic of Pass
over we just thought of the re
mark someone made about the va
rious charities sending matzos to
the poverty stricken and war-tom
in Europe. “Gracious,” quothed
he, “just think of those people
eating matzos after being under
nourished for so long! What do
you suppose it will do to their
constitutions?”. . .The J. J. Hell
mans have sold their business on
the Southside and are visiting in
Atlanta now. Mrs. Heilman as
sured us that she wasn’t leaving
Jax, and would be back in about
three weeks. . .Rabbi Kaplan’s re
view of the “Nazarene” soothed
a few disturbed souls who had
read Sholem Asch’s latest book.
Many here couldn’t understand
why some Jewish leaders con
demned the work when the author
so beautifully portrayed Jesus as
a human being. . .Friends of Mrs.
Maude Robinson will be glad to
learn that she is recovering from
a thyroid operation in St. Vin
cent’s hospital. . .Our family has
finally gotten down with a round
lof colds—just when the weather
turned so beautifully Springy. . .
It always happens to us that way.
It was a warming sight seeing
the beaming faces of the Segal
family as they congratulated Reu
ben Segal, violinist in the Cincin
nati Symphony Orchestra, at the
concert given by the orchestra in
the Armory Monday night. An
j other local boy made good, and
i Jacksonville continues to beam
. . .We couldn’t help remarking
at the concert how much the
closing selection, the beautiful
tone poem by Smetana, The Mol
dau,” reminded us of “H’Tikvah.”
The themes are almost identical.
“The Moldau' was composed
.bout fifty years before the He
brew national anthem. . .
'‘rtAnxjy
Oldiace /
*"“ mo
fork and,
SPOON FOR
yr^ $ Bso8 so
Jr / Open a charge account
Divide (he Payments—
El Weekly er Monthly
Not only did Roy
Benjamin, Jr. suc
ceed in having an
original article
printed by a promi
nent monthly mag
azine, The Forum,
but the article was
so outstanding
CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS
This service is sponsored by the Jacksonville Chapter of B’
B’rith as a date clearing bureau, and all organizations in the
are invited to ’phone in their forthcoming events to Philip Sel
secretary, whose telephone number is 5-1328.
MARCH
SAT. 9th: Triple F Club Dance; Jewish Center.
SUN. 10th: 8:15, “Get Acquainted Party” sponsored for “new Ame
cans” by resettlement committee; Jewish Center.
Mon. 11th: Jewish Center Concert.
Tuesday., 12th: 2:30 o’clock; Ladies Sheltering Aid Meeting; j ew
Center.
8:15 P. M., Jewish Center Board of Directors meetii
Jewish Center.
8:15, Hadassah Study Group; hohie of Mrs. Marx Bak
2325 Post St.
Wednes. 13th: Hadassah Linen Shower, 2:30 o’clock; Jewish
*’ ’/Center;
8:15 P. M., Meeting of the Jacksonville Zionist Disti
of the Z. O. A., Jewish Center.
SAT. 16th: 3 o’clock, Hadassah Oneg Shabbat; home of Mrs. D.
Lasarow, 2314 Post St.
SAT. & SUN., 16th & 17th: Young Judean State Convention. Jew
Center.
WED. 20th: 1 o’clock, Daughters of Israel annual luncheon-brit
Jewish Center.
8:15 P. M., B’nai B’rith meeting; Vestry room of Tem
Ahaveth Chesed.
THURS. 21st: Kaltenborn lecture sponsored by Temple Sisterho
Armory.
FRI. 22nd: 8:30, Daughters of Israel Sabbath; Jewish Center.
SUN., 24th: Jewish Center Purim Sudor in the form of a banq
and entertainment; Jewish Center.
FRI., 29th: A. Z. A. Sabbath, 8:15 P. M., Jewish Center.
SUN., 31st: Ladies Hebrew Sheltering and Aid Society Installat
and Banquet; Jewish Center.
“New Americans” To Be Feted With Par
The refugee resettlement com
mittee will be hosts Sunday night
with a party to be held at 8:15
o’clock in the Jewish Center hon
oring the “new Americans,” it was
announced by Mrs. Ben Rosen
field, chairman of the committee.
The “Get Acquainted Party,” as
it is being called, will be a most
entertaining occasion with the new
members of the community in
complete charge of the program.
Skits, musical numbers and reci
tations are under the direction of
Joseph Gallinger. Refreshments
will be served by the committee
at the close of the evening.
Invited to attend this novel
—— '—m.
"We Appreciate Your
Business”

CROWD’S
Barber Shop
26 E. Bay St.
$1 PER MONTH INSURES YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY
Husband, wife and children—Any member Mid all ages front
to 75 years of age. Each member Increases to SI,OOO.
Write for Free Sample Policy.
FEDERAL MUTUAL LIFE Jacksonville.
Let’s Vote for and Elect
Mabry A. Carlton
to the
State Legislature
in
Group 2
SINCERE HONEST CAPABLE
Friday, March 8,
event are officers and membe
of the board of directors of tl
various organizations in the cil
Also all those interested in m«
ing the “new Americans” are «
dially invited to attend.
Groucho has a bear rug that
loves to stomp on —he calls
Stalin.
EIENDEESCN’S
BAKERS CATERERS
Complete Party Service
Delicious hot and
cold Menus
2011 Pearl St. Phone 5-6881
n . __ -r
Tltere's Always a Good Show at a
Sparks Theater
Florida— Arcade— Empress-
Palace Capitol
San Marco Roxy
Imperial

xml | txt