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.. Social Notes and Club Activities..
Edited by ETHEL MOSCOVITZ
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Temple Sisterhood
To Hold Assembly
At World’s Fair
Tuesday, September 17, has been
designated as Sisterhood Assem
bly at the Temple of Religion at
the New York World’s Fair.
As representatives of a people
traditionally linked with the Syn
agogue and worship, the Ameri
can women of the Synagogue
have taken this opportunity of
showing their unity and strength
through planning a joint project.
Guest Speaker
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DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
A committee of the National Fed
eration of Temple Sisterhoods, the
Women’s League of the United
Synagogue of America, and the
Women’s Branch of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations,
has arranged for this Sisterhood
Assembly of Reform, Conservative
and Orthodox Sisterhood women
at the World’s Fair on September
17, in the Temple of Religion,
promptly at 1:45 P.M.
A very beautiful tableau called
the “Jewish Home Beautiful” will
be presented by Mrs. Morris Sil
verman of Hartford, Conn., with
a participating cast that will be
accompanied by music and pag
eantry. Another part of the ex
cellent program will be a massed
choir of women’s voices, direct
ed by Mrs. Emil Friedlander of
Great Neck, N. Y. The theme of
the day will be “Facing the Fu
ture.” The guest speaker will be
Dr. Louis Finkelstein.
All those planning to be in New
York during September are urged
to avail themselves of the oppor
tunity of enjoying the beauty and
inspiration of the program.
Readers in GEORGIA:
RE-ELECT
M. D. COLLINS
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STATE SUPT. OF H
SCHOOLS
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
SEPTEMBER 11, 1940 II
“Equal educational opportu
nities for the boys and girls II
of Georgia, and teachers ad- L
equately and promptly paid” II
(Paid Political Adv.)
Pensacola News
By ANN BEARMAN
Hello everybody, I’m terribly
sorry I’ve fallen down on my job
but really I haven’t had much
news to write about.
We have been having quite a
few visitors this summer —Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Shams have as their
guests, Mrs. Shams’ sister and
brother of New York, Miss Lillian
Ashea and Mr. Sammy Ashea.
Mrs. Shams entertained with a
lovely party at her home in their
honor, with about fifty guests call
ing during the evening to meet
her visitors.
M. and Mrs. Jack Rosenbaum
had as their guests, Mrs. P. Ros
enbaum and daughter, Mrs. Izzy
Ronian, and Miss Annette David
son of Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldring have
as their guest, their daughter,
Mrs. Leonard Rosenblatt and son,
Harry of New York. They expect
to be here until the middle of Sep
tember. The Goldrings also had
as their guest, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Gutoff and sons, Daniel and Reu
ben, of New York. Mrs. Gutoff
is Mrs. Goldring’s sister. They
have returned to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Bearman and
family had as their guest for a
week, their cousin, Mr. Sam Gin
gold of Birmingham. Mr. Joe
Bearman, young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bearman, accompanied his
cousin back to Birmingham where
he spent two weeks.
Mr. Mike Goldberg of New Or
leans was the guest of friends in
town for ten days.
Mrs. Harry Koretzky of Port
Barre, La., is visiting her family
here, the M. Ellis family. Mrs.
Koretzky will be remembered as
Miss Sara Cecilia Ellis, whose
marriage to Dr. Harry Koretzky
took place May 26.
Miss Jennie Bearman is spend
ing a week in Birmingham as the
guest of relatives and friends.
Mrs. Philip Goldenberg and son
and daughter, Sammy and Sophie,
are visiting relatives in New Or
leans.
Mrs. Abe Levin and son, David,
are visiting relatives in North Car
olina, New York and Canada.
Miss Ethel Zion of New Orleans
was the guest of friends for a few
days.
Mr. Zolly Levine of New Orleans
was the guest of Mr. Mose Ellis
for several days. Zolly accompan
ied Mose back from North Dakota
where Mose spent a week.
We are very happy to have as
members of our community Mrs.
Sara Schwartzburg and daughter
and son, Ruth and Leonard of
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Schwartz
burg and family will make Pen
sacola their home. Mrs. Schwartz
burg is the sister of Mrs. J. Ab
rams.
Mr. Joe Willenzik and Mr. Mor
ris Bearman spent a week in At
lanta visiting friends.
With the coming and going of
our friends, I better go, too, so
“till we meet again,” best wishes
to all!!!
Holly-Happenings: Selznick-In
ternational Films Corporation dis
solved this week to become David
O. Selznick Productions, Inc.
LIPSCOMB
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2701 OAK STREET
PHONE 7-8289
OPENS
September 16, 1940
Beginners
SKILLFULLY
TAUGHT
Ages 51/2 up, grades 1-8
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
♦ Musings ♦
“Happy are the families where
the government of parents is the
reign of affection, and obedience
of the children the submission of
love.” —Anonymous.
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lack, daughter of the Herman Pol
lacks of New York City, were wed
in New York. . . The bride’s fath
er is a prominent attorney. . •
The Blattner - Vinicour nuptials
was a charming affair Sunday. . .
Mollye was lovely in an orchid en
semble with a corsage of orchids.
. . . We almost collided with the
newlyweds as they tried to make
a getaway in their car with a
stream of autos filled with friends
giving them a merry chase. . .
Mildred Leiberman made an at
tractive bride, too, we heard, in
a lovely blue chiffon creation with
a veil of the same hue. . . She be
came the wife of Perry Frank
Sunday. . . Incidentally, the I.
M. Liebermans, parents of the
bride are very much in evidence.
. . . How that word “late” got
before their name last week we
couldn’t discover. . . Oh, why do
things like that have to happen
to me? . . At any rate we are
very happy to admit our error,
but believe me, I still have a fun
ny feeling in the pit of my stom
ach for having it appear in this
column. . .
William Katz was in from At
lanta for the Labor Day week-end.
. . . And the Morris Moscovitzes
spent the holiday 1 in Savannah. . .
I wish all the family news was as
cheerful but mother (Mrs. Louis
Katz) fell and broke her leg Sun
day morning. . .
Births
ADRIENNE MARCO PENAN
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice P. Penan
announce the birth of a daughter,
Wednesday, August 28, at Magee
Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs.
Penan was formerly Miss Annette
C. Marco, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Marco of this city. The
baby has been named Adrienne
Marco Penan.
DEATHS
DAVID SINGER
David Singer, 77 years of age,
died in a local hospital. Mr. Sing
er has lived in acksonville for the
past 50 years and was a retired
merchant. He is survived by one
son, S. M. Singer, of this city, and
by one daughter, Mrs. W. S. White
of Norfolk, Va. Funeral services
were held Sunday morning. Rab- j
bi Morris D. Margolis officiated.
Pallbearers were Eugene L. Hen
ry, Harry Nachman, A. Kellert,
Dave Moscovitz, Moe Safer, S. J.
Klepper. Interment was in the
Jacksonville Jewish Center Ceme
tery. Masonic services at the
grave were conducted by lonic
Lodge, Number 101, F. and A. M.
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OUR FILM FOLKS
\ *
Irving Hoffman relays a perti
nent story from Czechoslavakia:
A Prague movie house was screen
ing a trailer for their forthcom
ing feature, thus: “The German
Reich—Great World Power.” The
Nazis in the audience applauded
loudly. . . until the next words
flashed, “For a Few Days Only!”
at which the thunderous applause
of the Czechs nearly caved in the
walls. _
Received word
that the Irving
Kleppers spent their
honeymoon at Spof
ford, N. H. . . The
TEP national sec.
and his charming
wife, the former
Miss Edythe Pol-
Alterman - Blate Wedding Was
Sunday Event in Tallahassee
Miss Evelyn Carol Blate of At
lanta and Michael Alterman of
Atlanta were married Sunday in
an impresive high noon ceremony
at the Temple Israel, Rabbi Max
Eichhorn officiating.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her brother, Victor
Blate of Winter Haven, wore a
white slipper satin gown fash
ioned with a Queen Ann’s collar,
long sleeves and a court train.
Her bouquet featured white bride’s
roses with a cascade effect of
tube roses.
Miss Sarah Blate was her sis
ter’s maid of honor and only at
tendant. She was gowned in yel-
St. Augustine
Synagogue Setting
at Sunday Wedding
Miss Bessie Helen, Liebman and
David Ronald Lazarus, both of
Jacksonville, were united in mar
riage at a ceremony performed
Sunday at the Sons of Israel Syn
agogue here on Cordova Street.
Officiating was Rabbi P. Zissman
of that city.
Witnessing the ceremony were
the immediate families of the bri
dal couple, and a number of their
friends who motored here for the
wedding.
After a honeymoon, upon which
Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus departed
shortly after their wedding, they
will reside in Jacksonville.
You are cordially invited
to visit the new...
SAN MARCO BAKERY
And DELICATESSEN
• Realizing and fully appreciating the rapid
growth and development of this section of the
city, we have after careful consideration, de
termined to give you, its residents, one of the
most modern, sanitary and complete Baker
ies and Delicatessens in the city.
• For your convenience we have selected the
heart of the San Marco shopping center as the
permanent location of the Southside’s newest
home-owned and home - operated enterprises,
and assure you that it will, at all times, be a
sincere pleasure to serve you.
• Our earnest desire is to merit your patronage,
not for a day, but every day, and in an effort
toward this end, we have arranged and m‘ l PP ed
our program so that you may receive each day,
only the very freshest and most delicious deli
cacies to be found anywhere in a modern Bak
ery and Delicatessen Store.
• It will be a pleasure to meet you at anytime
come in and get acquainted.
' J. R. MIMS
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San Marco Bakery
and Delicatessen
1980 San Marco Boulevard
PHONE 5-1464
SOUTH JACKSONVILLE’S NEW, MODERN
HOME-OWNED BAKERY
Friday, September 6, 1940
low marquisette with jacket of
self material, and carried souvenir
roses and blue delphinium. Little
Misses Marylin Fleet of Live Oak
and Betty Ann Fleet of Live Oak
were the flower girl and train
bearer. They were S i mi i arlv
dressed in yellow with blue trim.
Mr. Alterman had his brother
David Alterman of Atlanta, as
his best man. Ushers were Harold
Mendelson, Irving Schiff and Her
bert Blate, brother of the bride
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927 Goodwin Ph. 7-6760
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