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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, February 13, 1942, Image 4

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.. Social Notes and Club Activities ..
Fitted bv ETHEL MOSCOVITZ
td , 4 Phono vour messages to 9-4044 or mail them to P. 0. Box 903
All material must be in our offices by Wednesday of each week at noon. .
YMHA To Have New Home
The Board of Directors of the
“Y” announced that they have
leased the building next door to
the Jewish Center to be used as
the “temporary” YMHA home.
The leasing of the building from
the Center does in no way affili
ate the “Y” movement with any
activities or programs to be car
ried out by the Center. The
YMHA is a separate institution
which will function independent
of any other organization.
Remodeling on the new home
will get underway on March 20th.
The plans call for a small gym
complete with athletic equipment, !
Zionists To Meet February 23;
Talking Film To Be Shown
The monthly meeting of the
Jacksonville Zionist District will
be held Monday night, February
23rd in the auditorium of the
Jewish Center. The date previous
ly set for February 16th has been
changed due to the good-will
meeting to be held that evening
under the auspices of th£ National
Council of Christians and Jews.
Harry Katz, president of the local
district, announced that the busi
ness meeting will be a very short
one, and that the motion picture
Will be shown about 8:30 o’clock.
The film, “This is the Land’’
has been brought here at some ex
pense to the organization. How
ever, there will be no admission
U. S. 0. Dance
To Be Held
At Center
There will be a U. S. O. dance
at the Jacksonville Jewish Center
this coming Saturday evening,
February 14th at 8 P. M. This
affair is sponsored by the Daugh
ters of Israel and the Jewish Wel
fare Board with a committee of
women acting as hostesses. Re
freshments will be served and a
WPA orchestra will furnish the
music. All soldiers and sailors
are cordially invited. There will
be no charge of admission.
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| BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS! |
George A. Zellner Co.
INSURANCE and BONDS
Hildebrandt Bldg. Phone 5-5474 :j:j
lockers and showers, to be located
in the rear of the main building.
The home will have lounges, meet
ing rooms, game rooms, with pool
and ping pong tables, and reading
rooms.
In the way of sports, the “Y”
has made a name for itself in the
City Basketball League which it
has entered. At the present time
the team is tied for first place
honors in this league. The girls’
team has won 1 game and lost 1
thus far. Both teams are coached
by Mitchell Schemer and Sidney
X. Cohen.
charge. The public is cordially in
vited to attend, and view the pic
ture which speaks and which will
last one hour. Wives are invited
to join their husbands in attend
ing.
Davis-Marco
Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. David Davis an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Carol, to Milton Beryl
Marco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mau
rice Marco of this city.
Miss Davis is a graduate of Rob
ert E. Lee High School and the
Florida State College for Women
and until recently was a member
of the faculty of the Duval County
school system. Mr. Marco also is
a graduate of Lee High School
and the University of Florida and
is connected with the United
States Department of Agriculture,
announced later.
The date of the wedding will be
announced later.
Sunday Entertain
ment To Be Offered
Service Men
On Sunday afternoon, February
15th at 3 P. M. there will be an
entertainment and dance held at
the Jacksonville Jewish Center.
This affair, under the auspices of
the Jewish Welfare Board is spon
sored by the Daughters of Israel.
All service men are invited to at
tend. There will be no admission
charge.
GREETINGS ON
BROTHERHOOD WEEK!
T. J. BROOKS
SERVICE STATION
9th and Liberty Sts.,
PHONE 5-9761
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the SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
♦ Musings ♦
combatting anti-Semitism, and in
building up a great democracy...
But what some people fail to re
alize is that the combative work
that the A. D. L. carries on can
not be flung open to membership
discussion without hampering the
effectiveness of the work . . . On
the receiving end of a great deal
of B’nai B’rith publicity it can be
said that there is no other Jewish
organization which does such ex
cellent public relations work . . .
It was good to see some of our
out of town friends . . . They al
most equaled the attendance of
the Jacksonville people . . . Why
do Jacksonville folk always have
to be so shamed at these regional
gatherings (of any kind) ? . . •
Although William Boxeram did
say that our A. D. L. committee
was doing more than any other in
the state . . . There probably
wasn’t anyone there who went,
away convinced that anti-Semitic
activities aren’t still a serious
danger . . . and that the danger
will rise at the end of this war...
* * *
Haunting melodies which bring
back memories: “My Little Cous
in” which we first heard as “De
Greene Cousine” in Yiddish . . .
You can chalk that down as an
other Jewish contribution to the
American scene . . .
* * *
Fay Stein (Mrs. Ira) is visiting
in Miami Beach . . . Edith Weiss
(Mrs. Sam) is now in New York
The Daughters of Israel are be
ginning a class in nutrition under
the direction of the Red Cross, it
was announced . . . Anyone in
terested may contact Mrs. Ben
Chepenik for further informa
tion . . .
Someone suggested that they
might begin scrap saving in the
U. S. Army . . . “Imagine,” this
person writes from a military
post, “all the old razor blades that
are used here and thrown away.
I think the collection of old razor
blades should begin in the Army
camps, don’t you ? Imagine the
collection that could be made
throughout the country . . . and
Ireland!” ... A worthy sugges
tion at that . . .
* * *
On the occasion of Brotherhood
week I want to take this oppor
tunity to express the hope that in
defeating Hitler, we are not only
protecting our democracy and our
faith,, but that we are building
for a better and more tolerant
world . . . “Defeat Intolerance.”
* * *
On February 16th the Good-Will
trio of the National Council of
Christians and Jews will speak in
the George Washington Hotel...
Everyone is invited to hear them.
Brotherhood Week :j:j
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The State A. D. L.
Conference held here
Sunday was a reve
lation to those who
attended of the far
flung activities of
the B’nai B’rith, and
the astounding work
they are doing in
Schedule Os Events
(Sponsored by B’nai B’rith.—Date Clearence Secretary: Miriam
Spitz. Phone 3-0611)
Friday, February IS —Boy Scout Sabbath. Mr. M. G. Boswell,
guest speaker. Center.
Saturday, February 14 —Bar Mitzvah, Robert Bossen. Center,
Saturday, February 14—Daughters of Israel sponsor Dance for
Soldiers at Center.
Sunday, February 15—Meeting of Temple Brotherhood at Temple
Monday, Feb. 16—Temple Brotherhood meeting at George
Washington Hotel.
Wednesday, Feb. 18—Ladies Aid Meeting, afternoon; at Center
B’nai B’rith meeting at Center, evening
Saturday, February 21 —Bar Mitzvah, Eric Meyerhoff. Center.
Sunday, Feb. 22 —Jewish Welfare Board affair for service men
at Center sponsored by Junior Hadassah.
Monday, February 23 —Zionist meeting at Center.
Wednesday, Feb. 25—Jewish Welfare Board affair for service
men in the evening, at Center.
Wednesday, Feb. 25—Sr. Hadassah Membership Tea at Center
Qiiiiiiii Miming
Jacksonville Jewish Center
THIRD AND SILVER STREETS
| Phone 3-0611 RABBI M. D. MARGOLIS
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DAILY SERVICES
Services are held in the morn
ing at 7:30 and Saturday morn
ing at 8:30 o’clock. Evening ser
vices are held 6:45 (Mincha) and
7:10 (Maariv). Kabolas Shabbos
services Friday at 7 P. M.
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT
SERVICES
Sabbath services will be held at
8:30 o’clock this Friday night in
the Center Synagogue. The ser
vices will be dedicated to Troop
14, Boy Scouts of America, spon
sored by the Center, in connection
with National Scout Week.
The guest speaker on this oc
casion will be Mr. M. G. Boswell,
Scout Executive of Duval County.
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis will con
duct the services, assisted by the
Center choir. Participating in the
services will also be a number of
boys of Troop 14.
A social hour will follow the
service with mothers of Boy
Scouts serving as hostesses to the
congregation.
ROBERT BOSSEN TO BECOME
BAR MITZVAH
Saturday morning services will
be held at 8:30 o’clock in the
synagogue with Rabbi Margolis
officiating. Robert Bossen, thir
teen year old son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Bossen will become Bar
Mitzvah during the service. He
will chant the prophetic portion of
the week and will deliver a short
talk. Rabbi Margolis will initiate
the youth into the faith of Israel.
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The junior congregation wi
hold separate services in tk
Prayer Room and will join tl
main congregation for the Bi
Mitzvah ceremony.
At the conclusion of the servio
Mr. and Mrs. Bossen will be host
to the congregation at a receptia
in honor of their son.
CENTER SUNDAY SCHOOL
PLANNING PURIM OPERA
The Sunday School began n
hearsals for a Purim Operettas
titled “The Purim Wizard of Oi'
About 25 children are in the d
under the direction of Mrs. M. 1
Reiser.
CENTER RADIO PROGRAM
The Center Radio
be heard at 12:30 this Sunday o«
Station WJAX. You are invd
to listen in.
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