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Triday, April 18, 1952
Ladies Aid Tea Slated
For April 22nd
By Mrs. William Silverman
Members of the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society who
have contributed to the Donor's Fund will be honored guests at a
tea to be given April 22 from 2 to 4 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
Ben Yoffee, 3901 Alcazar Avenue in Granada.
Novel invitations are being
mailed by Mrs. Sam Greenberg,
chairman of the event, and the co
chairmen, Mrs. Ben B. Yoffee and
Mrs. Louis Goldman to members
of the organization inviting them
to be donors. The Donor’s Fund,
they explain, is a voluntary con
tribution fund which is to be used
to install a sprinkler system at
River Garden Home for the Aged.
Those in charge announce a con
tribution of $5 or more will make
the donor eligible to attend the
tea.
An unusually entertaining pro
gram has been planned by Mrs.
Archie Puldy, according to Mrs.
Sidney Entman, program chair
GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
"WAS H LAN D"
Bendix Self-Service
Laundries
3857 HENDRICKS AVE.
2819 MAIN STREET
5513 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
• INSURANCE
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• REAL ESTATE
• MORTGAGE LOANS
• PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
George
Carlyon & Co.
REALTORS
338 W. Forsyth
Phono 4-7767
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
BATEY BROKERAGE CO.
1252 West Beaver Street Phone 6-5716
OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES
ZDOIEBIUH MOTORS
GOOD USED CARS
132 W. ORANGE PHONE 4-4070
GREETINGS and BEST WISHES ON PASSOVER
PACKER CORPORATION
OUTDOOR ADVERTISING
81 Broad Street Phone 4-0665
BEST WISHES
0
Main Street Drive-h Theatre
Complete Family Entertainment
45th and MAIN STREET
Phone 4-0274
man which will feature some
original humorous compositions
written especially for the occa
sion by Mrs. Puldy.
In charge of the hospitality
hours during the- afternoon are
Mrs. Louis Witten and Mrs. A1
Rosenberg, assisted by Mrs. Eu
gene Henry and Mrs. William
Silverman.
Mrs. Maurice Palot, president
of the Ladies Aid Society, an
nounces there will be no meeting
of the organization this month.
The report on the Tombola pro
ject, which this year topped all
previous efforts Was given re
cently by Mrs. Abe Chepenik,
who assisted Mrs. Freida Krantz
as co-chairman. Mrs. Harry
Gendzier and Mrs. Dave Eber
had charge of the out of town
distribution and returns for this
project, and the proceeds of over
$2000.00 were donated to the
River Garden Home for the Aged
towards the mortgage which was
burned during the anniversary
celebration last month.
MEET AND EAT AT THE
TIP TOP HOUSE
1957 HENDRICKS AVE.
SOUTHSIDE
JIM HANEY'S
SERVICE STATION
2103 San Marco Blvd.
Phone 9-1681 Jax, Fla.
COMPLETE CAR SERVICE
HOME & AUTO SUPPLIES
GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
TALLEYRAND
HOTEL
W. 5. Pierce,
720 TALLEYRAND AVE.
PHONE 6-9781
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
' Heads SIOO-Couple
Dinner
I
DEWEY STONE
Dewey Stone, of Brockton,
Mass., has been named chairman
of the annual one-hundred-dollar
a couple dinner-concert sponsored
by the Brandeis Youth Founda
tion, to provide scholarships for
training Jewish youth leaders for
service to the American Jewish
community, Louis Levinej presi
dent of the Foundation, an
nounced here.
The Foundation, named after
the late U. S. Supreme Court Jus
tice who helped initiate it, has
three camps—in the East, West
and South, an Arts Institute and
a Year-Round Institute to develop
key personnel in Jewish arts,
drama, music and the dance.
Arabs Rebuffed in
Claims for Share
of Reparations
LONDON, (JTA) The British
Government will not assist the
Arab States to secure a share of
any reparations payments the
West German Government may
pay to the State of Israel as a
result of the negotiations at The
Hague, it was reported here.
The Syrian and Lebanese gov
ernments were said to have sent
identical notes to Britain, France
and the United States requesting
their assistance in obtaining part
of the funds that may be allo
cated by Bonn to Israel. The
Lebanon government was said to
have argued that the 135,000 ref-
ugees from Palestine now in that
country were entitled to compen
sation from Israel while Syria
made similar arguments for 90,000
refugees in Syria.
EX-GOV. TAKES WEEK-END
OFF. SELLS $60,000 FOR
ISRAEL BOND DRIVE
MINNEAPOLIS, (AJP) A'
week-end jaunt by the State’s
former governor, Judge Luther
Youngdahl, netted the Israel
Bond Drive here a well-rounded
$60,000 in sales last week.
The jurist, reported American
Jewish World columnist Louis
PASSOVER GREETINGS
JACK PARFITT
and SON
BAIL BONDS
(IN ANY COURT)
Certified by
State of Florida and
U.S. Treasury Department
630 LIBERTY PH. 5-8924
Nights and Sundays 6-3969
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ATs Music Co.
Pin Games —Juke Boxes
Shuffle Alleys—Guns or
Anything Coin Operated
For Fast Service, Good
Equipment and Good Records
CALL AT
3225 Pearl Street
Phone 4-4516
Greene, raised the sum at B’nai
B’rith sponsored rallies conducted
in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
TWO JEWS EMERGE
CO-CHAMPIONS IN
INTERNATIONAL CHESS
GAMES
HAVANA, Cuba, (JTA) Two
former Polish Jews, Samuel Re
ihevsky of New York and Miguel
'Teidorf of Buenis Aires, emerged
.'o-champions of the international
ihessmasters tournament here.
Glasses By Expert Opticians
Mayfair Opticians
PAUL S. LOCKERMAN, JR.
Prescriptions Filled
Lenses Duplicated
219 MAIN STREET
PHONE 6-0483
GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, he.
6 NEWNAN STREET PHONE 6-5767
GREETINGS and BEST WISHES
G. M. Butler Building Naterials
1855 WEST BEAVER ST. PHONE 4-4247
GREETINGS and BEST WISHES
FBANK D. GRAHAM
LIGHTING FIXTURES
353 West Bth Street Phone 6-5082
BEFORE BUYING PLANTS CHECK WITH
FRUIT COVE NURSERY
GROWERS OF FINE HIBISCUS, BOUGAINVILLAE, A
TROPICAL PLANTS THOUSANDS TO CHOOSE FROM
J. C. ARNOLD, Owner
MANDARIN ROAD Ruote 6, Box 260-A PHONE 112-9-9491
May the Passover Holidays Bring You Joy and Happiness
GATEWAY RESTAURANT & DRIVE-IN
EDGEWOOD AVENUE AND POST STREET
GOOD FOOD REASONABLE PRICES
(BUTCH SAYS HELLO)
PHONE 2-9232 7 A.M. to 12 P.M.
LAST WORD IN MODERN SCIENTIFIC DRY CLEANING
DISTINCTIVE DRY CLEANING, Inc.
New Plant New Methods New Satisfaction
Bring Your Own Or Thone For Pickup And Delivery
1815 SAN MARCO BLVD. PHONE B-MBB
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BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Pierce Prescription Shop
315 Laura Street at Hemming Park
TELEPHONE 3-9669 JACKSONVILLE 2. FLA.
E. J. Pierce • H. Neely
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
V. T. McCALL
Candidate For
CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5
»
"I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support'
(Paid Political Adv.)
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
MARINE RADIO, he.
Radio - Television
SALES and SERVICE
2809 Kings Ave. \ Phone 9-6029
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pays from $250.00 to $500.00 with a double indemnity
of SIOOO.OO for any injury, no matter bow it occur*
Doctors fees are paid at the rate of $3.00 per visit far
non-disabling injuries even a cut finger, up to $25.00.
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