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Friday, February, 14, 1941
JACKSONVILLE JEWISH CENTER I
THIRD AND SILVER STREETS
Phone 3-0611 RABBI M. D. MARGOLIS
temple and center to
have joint service
The first of the two joint serv
ices held annually by the two lo
cal congregations will be conduct
ed this evening in the Center Syn
agogue, at 8:15 o’clock.
Joseph Berger of London, Eng
land, widely known economist and
world traveler, expert on the ref
ugee problem, will address the
members of the two congrega
tions. Rabbi Israel I. Kaplan will
introduce the speaker.
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis, as
sisted by the Center Choir, will
lead the congregation in prayer.
A reception will be held follow
ing the service with Mrs. Sam
Foor, Mrs. A. M. Foor, Mrs. Jo
seph Hackel, Mrs. L. D. Joel, Mrs.
Sam Bryan, Mrs. D. H. Lasarow,
and Mrs. A. Sager serving as host
esses.
WILLIAM FOOR TO
BECOME BAR MITZVAH
Sabbath services will be held to
morrow at 8:30 A. M. with Rev.
Benjamin Safer officiating. Dur
ing the service, William Foor, 13
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Foor, will become Bar Mitzvah.
William will recite the prophetic
portion of the week and deliver a
brief Bar Mitzvah talk. Rabbi
Margolis will initiate the youth
into the faith of Israel.
The Junior Congregation will
Triple F Club
Will Give Dance
The Triple F Club will hold a
dance on March Bth. Committee
chairmen are: Bessie Setzer, hall;
Harold Baker, orchestra; Rose
Fraden, tickets. This affair will be
open to the public and tickets may
be obtained from club members.
Local Girl is St. Pete
A. Z. A. Sweetheart
Miss Raye Cohen, a Jackson
ville girl who is serving as a den
tal hygienist in the veterans’ hos
pital in St. Petersburg, was se
lected as the sweetheart of the
A.Z.A. chapter of St. Petersburg,
Fla., for the year 1941.
Miss Cohen was chosen and
crowned at a beautiful ball held
by the A.Z.A. chapter on Febru
ary 6th.
Tombstone of the Late
Mrs. Mamie Cohen to
be Unveiled Tuesday
Rev. P. Zissman of St. Augus
tine will officiate at the unveiling
ceremonies over the tombstone of
the late Mrs. Mamie Senter Cohen,
who was the wife of Joseph Cohen
and the daughter-in-law of Mr.
and Mrs. L. H. Cohen of Jack
sonville. The services will be held
at 1 P. M. on Tuesday, February
18th, at the Jewish cemetery in
the Ancient City.
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hold separate services in the Pray
er Room at 9:30 A. M. and will
join the main congregation for the
Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
CENTER RADIO PROGRAM
Rabbi Margolis will speak over
station WJAX Sunday afternoon
at 12:15 o’clock. You are invited to
tune in.
CENTER INSTITUTE
Sessions of the Center Institute
for Adult Jewish Studies will be
conducted Tuesday evening at 8
o’clock. Registrations for the sec
ond semester began last week. Sev
eral interesting courses are being
offered and all Jewish men and
women over 21 years of age are
urged to register.
INSTALLATION BANQUET
Elaborate preparations are be
ing made by I. M. Lieberman and
his committee for the Center In
stallation Banquet which will be
held Sunday, February 23.
ENGAGEMENTS
GOLDBERG - KUNSBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldberg
announce the) engagement of their
daughter, Mildred Caroline, to
Ralph Lewis Kunsberg, son of Mrs.
Frances Kunsberg and the late
Albert Kunsberg. No date has been
set for the wedding.
HARRIS - WEINSTEIN
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harris of Doug
las, Ga., announce the engagement
of their daughter, Hilda, to Dr.
Rayford Lee Weinstein of Fair
mont, N. C., the wedding to be
solemnized March 30.
Miss Harrik is the oldest daugh
ter of her parents, and her mother
was the former Clara Kronstadt
of Savannah. After heir gradua
tion from the Douglas High
School, she took her college work
at the University of Georgia
where she received her B. S. de
gree. She was a member of the
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Dr. Weinstein entered Wake For
est College after his graduation
from the Fairmont High School.
He is the eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Weinstein of Fair
mont, N. C., and is an associate
partner with his brother, Dr. M. H.
Weinstein of the Weinstein Clinic.
They will make their home in
Fairmont.
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
Judith Greta Kramer
Celebrates Birthday
Judith Geta Kramer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hyem Kramer of
Madison, Fla., and granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Kramer of
this city, celebrated her fourth
birthday Thursday, February 6th.
Judith entertained 50 of her little
friends with a lovely birthday par
ty given at 4 o’clock in the Amer
ican Legion home. In the center
of the attractively decorated table
was a large birthday cake topped
with four candles.
Cake, ice cream, candy and nov
elty suckers were served to the
children. During the afternoon
games and contests were enjoyed.
Judith was the recipient of numer
ous gifts on this happy occasion.
LETTERBOX |
The American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee, Inc.
New York City
February 4, 1941
Mr. Isadore Moscovitz
Care Southern Jewish Weekly
Jacksonville, Fla.
Dear Mr. Moscovitz:
As an active leader in your com
munity, you will be interested in
the plans for the J.D.C.’s fund
raising campaign for 1941.
These plans are formulated
along general lines. In making ar
rangements for your community,
the J.D.C. will campaign only
through the established local fund
raising structure. It will want all
the help and guidance you and
other community leaders can give
it, and, in turn, the J.D.C. will co
operate to, the fullest for the suc
cess of the fund-raising effort in
your community.
With sincere appreciation of
your service to J.D.C. in its work
of mercy and reconstruction, I am
Cordially yours,
PAUL BAERWALD,
Chairman
Freeman & Sons, Inc.
Est 1912
Trucks, Buses, Fire
Apparatus
Jacksonville Florida Miami
Service dep’tment open from
8 A. M. to 10 P. M.
PHONE 5-1227
Savannah Sisterhood
Has Fine Program
The board meeting of the Sis
terhood of Temple Mickve Israel
of Savannah was held Monday af
ternoon at the chapel followed by
the regular meeting at 4 o’clock.
An interesting program was ar
ranged.
Mrs. Garrard Levy talked on
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A new and fuller appreciation of paint as a medium for
beauty and greater living enjoyment will be brought to Jackson
ville; for three days beginning Monday, February 17th, when
Miss Gertrude Probeck brings the “Age of Color Show” to the
Glidden Paint Store at 48-50 W. Bay Street.
Daily, at 2 P.M., Miss Probeck will present for your edu
cation and enjoyment an interesting demonstration and lecture
on color and how it affects your daily living. The “Age of Color
Show’' isi the most unusual presentation of its kind ever cre
ated. Admission to this show is free.
Miss Probeck comes to Jacksonville after several years of
intensive study in decoration and color for the home. Her know
ledge of paint and what it will do for a home is extensive and
her suggestions will be scientifically correct.
In her 1 lecture, Miss Probeck will give a practical descrip
tion and demonstration of the famous Munsell system of color
selection and tell how color is measured in terms of value, chro
ma and hue. She will give her audience a few simple color rules
for use in every-day decorating and demonstrate these rules
through the use of color panels, drapery samples, carpeting and
linoleum blocks.
After) her lecture and demonstrations, Miss Probeck is to
conduct a question period when she will answer questions on
decorative problems.
All suggested color combinations have been tested by the
famous Munsell system of color selection in which two, three
or more colors are tested for harmony. The colors are arranged
on a disk In proportion to their use in a room and are then spun
around on a revolving disk; If the resulting color is gray, the
blending of the colors is considered correct.
Miss Probeck will show how to make narrow rooms look
wider, what mistakes to avoid in finishing playrooms, girls’
and boys’ bedrooms, kitchens, baths, fireplaces and other prob
lem corners? of the home and tell you all the latest tricks of
home decoration, gathered trom leading experts in every section
of the country.
The harmony of rugs, drapes, and furnishings and other
items that) influence the color scheme of the well-decorated
room also are considered by Miss Probeck.
cussed communal affairs, and Mrs.
Louis Hohenstein gave a review
of current events,
education. Mrs. Alfred Schier and
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