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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, September 13, 1940, Image 4

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.. Social Notes and Club Activities..
Edited by ETHEL M< OVITZ
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JACKSONVILLE JEWISH CENTER
THIRD AND SILVER STREETS
Phone 3-061! RABBI M. D. MARGOLIS
Morning Prayers are recited at ]
7 a_iE- and Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
Evening Services are recited at
6:20 p.m. • Mine ha i and at 6:45
p.m. iMaariv;.
SABBATH SERVICES
Kabolas Shabbos will be recited
at 6:30 o’clock this evening. Serv
ices will also be held tomorrow
morning at 8:30 o'clock. The Ju
nior congregation will hold sep
arate services in the Prayer Room
at 9:30 under the supervision of
Morris Ximcvitz.
BILLY COHEN BAR MITZVAH
During the Sabbath morning
aervices. Billy Cohen, thirteen year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. L Cohen,
will become Bar Mitzvah- Billy
will recite the prophetic portion of
the week and will deliver a Bar
Mitzvah talk. Rabbi Morris D.
Margolis will initiate the Bar
Mitzvah boy into the faith of Is
rael. At the conclusion of the serv
ices a reception will be held in
the Center auditorium in honor
of the Bar Mitzvah. An invitation
is extended to all relatives ar.d
friends of the family to attend the
services.
JOSEPH SLOAT MEMORLAL
Sunday morning at 5:30 o'clock
Miss Blanche Rothstein Is Feted With
Three Lovely Pre-Nuptial Parties
Miss Blanche Rothstein, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs Max Roth
stein. whose marriage to Morris
Schneider of Plant City will be
an event of Sunday, September
22nd. in the Windsor Hotel, was
feted this week with three lovely
pre-nuptial parties.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. David
Rothstein honored the young
bride-elect with a charming lun
cheon in her home in River Oaks.
Luncheon was served on the din
ing room table which was set with
individual pads and centered with
an arrangement of roses and fern.
Mah Jongg was enjoyed later in
the afternoon. The gift of the hos
tess to the honor guest was a
lovely luncheon cloth of blocked
linen.
Present with Mrs. David Roth
stein were Mrs. Max Rothstein,
Mrs. Abe Rothstein, Mrs. Jack
Rothstein. Miss Rachel Rothstein,
and Miss Blanche Rothstein.
Miss Rachel Rothstein en
tertained for her sister Wednes
day night with a delightful Mah
Jongg party. The guests were
served a buffet supper in the din
ing room. The table was spread
25 Per Cent of Jews Are Radicals,
Professor of College Finds
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (JTA)
—Twenty-five per cent of Jews
tend to be radicals—a larger pro
portion than among other relig
ions, but a far smaller ratio than
among non - religious persons
Prof. Goodwin Watson of Teach- j
ers College, Columbia University,
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a memorial tablet will be unveiled
. in the Center synagogue in mem
ory of the late Joseph Sloat A
tombstone will also be unveiled
for the deceased by the widow and
family of the late Joseph Sloat
The unveiling will take place at
10 o'clock at the Center Cemetery.
Relatives and friends of the fam
ily are requested to attend.
CENTER RADIO PROGRAM
Rabbi M. D. Margolis will re
sume his radio broadcasts over
Station WJAX at 12:15 this Sun
day. The public is cordially in
vited to listen in.
HIGH HOLY DAY
PREPARATIONS
The Jacksonville Jewish Center
is making preparations for the
High Holy Days Services which
will be conducted in the Center
synagogue and in the auditorium.
New residents who wish to wor
ship in the Center at either the
orthodox or conservative services
are urged to communicate imme
diately with the Rabbi or the Cen
ter office. Because of the limited
seating capacity in the synagogue
seat reservations must be made at
an early date.
with a lace cloth and centered
with a reflector bearing a wed
ding bell at one end and a bride
and groom at the other. Roses
and fern were strewn around the
novel decoration and made a beau
tiful picture. A salad course was
served with cookies and punch.
The bride-elect received twelve
teaspoons from her chosen pattern
of silver as a memento of the
occasion.
Present were Mrs. Harry Jof
fee. Mrs. Sidney Segal. Mrs. A1
Edwards. Mrs. Sidney Cohen, Mrs.
Louis Slott. Mrs. Leroy Miller,
Mrs. Moe B. Safer. Mrs. Abe Roth
stein, Mrs. David Rothstein. Mrs.
Jack Rothstein, Mrs. Max Roth
stein, Mrs. Harry Gendzier. Mrs.
Eva Schwartz, Mrs. Alfred
Schwartz, and Misses Alma Stein,
Edith Berman, Julia Mizrahi, Bes
sie Cohen. Norma Stein, Dora
Gross, Hattie Slott, Jennette Os
sinsky. and Miss Blanche and Ra
chel Rothsteiri.
Another lovely party honoring
Miss Rothstein was the luncheon
given last week by Misses Hattie
Slott and Jennette Ossinsky in the
Roosevelt Hotel.
reported to the annual meeting of
the American Psychological As
sociation.
Prof. Watson’s conclusions were
based on a study of 745 clients
who were grouped according to
religious belief and then asked a
series of questions aimed at de
termining whether they hold radi
cal economic beliefs. The distri
bution of opinion is summarized in
the following table according to
i <T) Radical, (2) Neutral, and (3)
Conservative:
(1) (2) (3)
7c 7c
Catholic 7 55 38
Protestant 13 53 34
j Jewish 25 61 14
Non-Religious 47 41 12
“Apparently,” Watson. said,
“there is much in common, psy
chologically. bet ween breaking
away from faith in the traditional
economic order and breaking away
from faith in the traditional re
ligion.
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
♦Mttsings
“The actions of men are thf
interpreters of their thought
Locke.

We met him visiting with his
cuts, the J. Fleets, on Spring
- Boulevard. . . Ida (Mrs. Jos
r Strauss is very busy these c
- after having assumed the presit
■ cy of Hadassah following the i
ignation of Faye (Mrs. Ira) Ste
... We hope that Faye will be
able to be on her feet again very
soon. . . She has been ill this past
' summer. . . Mrs. Joseph Rose.
; the former Fannye Rae Horovitz
i of this city) is in from Louisiana
• with her year old son. . . She will
remain here for about a month
and visit Washington, D. C-. be
! fore her return home. . . Fannye,
i we understand, came in by plane.
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but it is comf<
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on the birth of a girt. . . Mrs. Sa
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ability with the violin. . .
HELP WANTED!
The Southern Jewish Weekly has been asked by two busi
ness firms to find young men with bookkeeping experience
between the ages of 18-22.
CALL 5-6266. MORNINGS, BETWEEN 8 and 9
Friday. September 13 , J
Nationalities Map I
»f ILS. Distributed!
NEW YORK (JTA)—DigbjJl
m has begun of a map. entitwl
..m erica—A Nation of One p»|
- from Many Countries,"
hed by the Council Against It.l
. erance in America. From pn.l
w copies sent out this stm.l
er, 7.000 requests have been re.l
ved by the Council from teach. I
5. superintendents, girls’ iof|
vs' camps, church organization I
rimer school students and civic I
Tups, it was stated. Thirty.foJ
tionalities are shown, where I
ey came from Ln Europe ail I
ia. where they settled in the!
dted States ar.d Ln what indue. I
try or agricultural work - moptl
members of each group entered!
after arriving. 1

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