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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, February 06, 1948, Image 7

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friday. February 6, 1948
Recommended
Business
Directory
TABLE PADS
Tailored To Fit
(Bur representative will call at
„„iir home with samples.
y VENETIAN BLINDS
Mgjifl to Order or Refinished
Florida
Table Pad & Venetian Blind
COMPANY
414 W. 9th St. Phone 4-4496
~~ TREE SURGERY
C. R. Flake
"Experienced Tree Surgery”
Liability Insurance * Property
Damage Carried
We remove shrubbery, build lawns,
and refill cavities.
2326 Kings Road. Phone 4-1214
TRAVEL BUREAU
Seminole Travel Bureau
Air Steamship Railroad
"We make all arrangements
for tours.”
NO SERVICE CHARGE
16 N. Hogan Phone 5-0784
USED BLDG.
MATERIAL
Hodges Contracting Co.
New and Used Building Material
1977 W. Beaver St. 4-2127
USED CARS
Bill Clark Motors
Cor. sth and Main Phono IfM
WELDING
Wangbickler’s Paint &
Body Shop
Electric & Acetylene Wedlng
26 E. Sth Phone 4-5140
WESTINGHOUSE
Olin F. Wolfe Co.
Westinghouse Franchise Dealer
32 West Bay St. Phono 5-5180
WOOD
Conover’s Woodyard
1529 Albert Phone 5-8286
H. W. JOHNSON
LOCKSMITH GUNSMITH
Safes a Specialty
Complete Line of Automobile
Locks
14 YEARS EXPERIENCE
730 W. Adams Phone 4-8288
. Jacobs Jeweler^
LAURA X & C AD AMS
R & L AUTO sumr 00.
JOE BARTLEY, Mgr.
1200 WEST ADAMS STREET
PHONE 4-3711
"WE APPRECIATE TOUR BUSINESS”
Commercial Printing Company
have tour printing commercialized
. • • '\
UillTTHt. n.AM SKIPPER
t North TTititii St. PMna 1—44
Newcomer to Jax
■ . ••• * :■ •: . > '
TED FREEDMAN
Mr. Ted Freedman, owner of the
Florida Table Pad and Venetian
Blind Co., -414 West 9th Street,
comes to # Jacksonville from New
York City, where he gained con
siderable experience witn one of
the largest companies of this na
ture in the East.
Mr. Freedman first visited Flor
ida because of his health, and
liked it so much that he is mak
ing his home here. He selected
Jacksonville because he sees a
great future in the gateway to
Florida.
Herbert Talisman
Dies in Cleveland
Herbert Talisman, 45, of 3012
Silver Street, died last week in
Cleveland, Ohio, where he had
gone about nine months ago for
medical treatment, it was learned
here.
Mr. Talisman was a member of
the Scottish Rite, lonic Lodge 101,
F. & A. M., the Jewish Temple,
Jewish Center and B’nai B’rith.
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Esther Talisman, who resides
at the Silver Street address; three
sons, Arthur, Robert and Richard
Talisman, all of Jacksonville; two
sisters, Mrs. Ed London and Mrs.
Abe Goldberg, and two brothers,
Sam Talisman and Julius Talis
man, all of Cleveland.
Burial was in Cleveland last
Friday.
ST. JOHNS TIRE CO.
GOODRICH TIRES
Batteries and Accessories
625 MAIN ST. (SOUTH)
PHONE 9-4012
Bittman Jewelers
Guaranteed Watch Repairing
16 No. Hogan Street
Phone 5-8087
THE SOUTHERN JEIj&SH WEEKLY.. jw
*
Herman Popkin to be Honored
In Jacksonville, Feb. 6-8
BY SILVERMAN .
The Zionist Youth Commission series events
featuring Herman M. Popkin, southeastern regional* or,
who will come from Atlanta, Ga. to confer with leaders of zlthnist,
youth groups and to stimulate activities in the city. In order to
reach all youth groups, Mr. Popkin has planned to be in Jacksonville
for three days, from Friday, February 6 through Sunday, February 8.
During his visit, plans are being
made by Mrs. Nat Cohen, local
chairman of the Jacksonville Zion
ist Youth Commission, and Mrs.
Isadore Moscovitz, chairman of
Young Judaean Clubs, for Friday
at 1 P. M. when members of the
Jacksonville Zionist Youth Com
mission will meet with the director
at a luncheon to be held in the
Seminole Hotel. Anyone interest
ed is invited to attend anji reser
vations may be made with Mrs.
Maurice Cherry, in charge of the
luncheon arrangements.
Mr. Popkin’s schedule will also
include his appearance as guest
speaker at the Friday evening
services at the Jewish Center
which will be dedicated to the
youth groups and in which they
will participate. Later in the
auditorium of the Center, follow
ing the services, representatives
from AZA, B’nai B’rith Girls, Es
quire Club, and Senior Judaean
Clubs will take part in a panel
discussion, with Mr. Fopkin lead
ing the debate. The topic will be
“American Jewish Youth, Oppor-.
tunities, Responsibilities and Prob
lems”. Taking part will be Louise
Nyer, Stanley Kantor, Kenneth
Levin, Gerald Sohn, Sheldon Spi
wak, Ronnie Yales.
During the reception and social
hour Friday evening nt the Center,
Mrs. Henry Halpern will be hos
tess, assisted by a committee com
posed of members of the congrega
tion.
Teen agers from 10 to 14 are
especially invited to attend Sab
bath morning Junior Congrega
tion services at the Center, after
which they will be guests at an
Oneg Shabbat, from 11 A. M. to
12 in the auditorium. An enjoy
able part of the gathering will
include the singing and dancing of
Palestinian songs, followed by a
luncheon to be served to all at
tending. Mrs. Perry Kantor, co
chairman of the Jacksonville Zion
ist Youth Commission is in charge
of plans for the lunch. Additional
plans for the afternoon will be an
entertaining program, prepared
and presented by the Brandeis
Judaean Club, of which Misses
Delores Edwards and Helen Wit
ten are co-leaders.
Saturday evening Mr. Popkin
will be the guest of Junior Hadas
sah Chapter and Masada at a barn
dance and supper party at the
Jacksonville Jewish Center.
Herman Popkin, a 1939 graduate
BEST WISHES!
—Patronize —
Jack Tillotson's
SERVICE STATION
Sixth ft Pearl Phone 5-9356
WE FEED THE MULTITUDES
100 PER CENT OWNED and OPERATED IN JACKSONVILLE.
am OUR PROFITS SPENT IN JACKSONVILLE!
TUrtm Beaattfnl Stone lIIERE IS ONE NEAR YOU
of the Henry W. Grady School of
Journalism, University of Georgia,
was attending the graduate school
of journalism, Northwestern Uni
versity, at the time of his appoint
ment to his post as youth director.
He spent three and a half years in
the United States Army Signal
Corps. For 30 months he was
stationed in India and Burma with
an air service group supporting
the Tenth Air Force. Before en
tering the service, he was employ
ed as a newspaper reporter by
the Savannah, Ga. Morning News.
ROSE LIND
Jeweler
At Seiler’s Watch Shop
717 Park St. Ph. 7-4003
WELCOME ALWAYS!
J. J. DALEY, Inc.
SERVICE STATION
TIRES STORAGE
639 W. Forsyth St.
(Cor. Jefferson) Phone 4-4618
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FROM
MARSH - KORN EGAY, Inc.
COMMERCIAL Photographers PORTRAIT
“One Picture is Worth Ten Thousand Words”
1023 HENDRICKS AVE. PHONE 9-6939
Photographers for Southern Jewish Weekly '
BEST WISHES ALWAYS
T. B. INGRAM
PLUMBING AND HEATING
22 East Union St. Phone 5-1848 or 5-1907
• IN TIE EXCLUSIVE ■
NORTH BEACH SECTIOH B
I Private Protected Beach • Cocktail Lounge 1
I Cabana Club • Dining Room • Solaria • Parking I
| OPEN ALL YEAR |
For Rates, Brochures and Floor Plans write to
KEY’S CHILE
PARLOR
405 W. BAY STREET
Specializing in
GENUINE MEXICAN
CHILI and Tamales
News Stand
We have your hometown pape£
Books Magazines /
j “READ AND LEARN** -
205 W. Forsyth SL—Ph. 5-2108
Colored Property
List it with me
I have buyers waiting
F. HENRY WILLIAMS
Registered Real Estate Broker
410 Broad St. Phone 4-4288
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Forde Plumbing and
Heating Contractors
1717 Evergreen Ave.
Phone 5-0001
BEST WISHES
Pearl Street
Pharmacy
E. J. Pierce, Prop.
Prescriptions Called For
and Delivered Without
Extra Charge
Bth and Pearl Street
PHONE 5-0083
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