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Temple Yearbook, Congregation Ahavath Chesed
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents 9
A Dedication and a Tribute 11
Foreword 12
Presidents Message 15
Your Rabbi's Message 16
A Summary of Activities of Your Rabbi 17
Special Sabbaths Observed During the Year 18
What is Democracy? 19
Officers and Trustees 20
He is An American 24
Directory of Jewish Organizations 26
Our Religious School 29
Officers, Trustees and Committees 31
In Memoriam 33
Girl Scou'ts 35
Members of Congregation 36
Babies Blessed in Temple 41
New Members 41
Marriages Performed by Our Rabbi 41
The Jesters 42
Jewish Welfare Society 44
Jewish Community Council 46
Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board 48
Temple Brotherhood 50
Adolph B. Weil Lodge 52
Confirmation Program 60
Greetings and Felicitations 62
Temple Sisterhood 66
Junior Temple Choir -77
Senior Hadassah 79
Junior Hadassah 88
Esquire Club 91
Boy Scouts 95
National Council of Jewish Women 92
Calendar 96
Our New Americans 98


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A ribiratimn an A Tribute .


Twenty-five years of service as our Rabbi! Twenty-five vivid,
thunderous years! It has not been easy to serve as spirtiual leader of a
Congregation during this period of world cataclysm-this nadir of man's
inhumanity to man, but you have been strong and you have given us
strength. You have inspired us with a deeper appreciation of the ne-
cessity, comfort, and beauty of our faith. You have been an integral
part of our communal, family and personal life. You have been with us
at birth, at confirmation, at marriage, and at death. You have been un-
swerving in your devotion to the duties and responsibilities of your high
calling. You have met criticism and accepted praise with equanimity. You
have been earnest and indefatigable in your efforts to promote a better
understanding and closer cooperation between Jew and non-Jew. In a mad
world you have been a bulwark of sanity, courage, and faith.


You have given of your self, of your unbounded energy, of your
splendid talents and spiritual gifts thereby helping us immeasurably
become good and better Jews. In moments of despondency you have
lifted us up; in hours of exultation and joy you have shared our happiness.


As a result of your preaching we have learned more about our
Faith, its glory and universal appeal. In consequence of your devoted
pastoral duties we have come to know you better as a friend and
adviser. As a teacher you have excelled in presenting the truths of
our sublime and rich heritage both to us and to our children. And so it
is with reverence, pride, and affection that we dedicate this year book
to you, our Rabbi, Israel L. Kaplan.


May your ministry continue to bless you and bring unto you the
rich rewards of a life devoted to a congregation appreciative of your
unselfish service and untiring efforts.


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FOREWORD



THE task of editing the Temple Year Book has been made easier and more pleasant this year
by reason of active collaboration of the Temple Sisterhood. Too much praise cannot be bestowed, especially
upon the solicitation committee for the excellent work it has done in securing financial support from the
many advertisers.

That which has been uppermost in the minds of the leaders of our Congregation ever since the loss
by fire of our spacious and lovely Temple Home was to build a new and adequate structure to take care
of the growing needs and demands of the religious and social life of our congregation. Through the zeal
and fine leadership of our President sufficient enthusiasm has been created to go forward with the building
program. What is being contemplated is the erection of two units, one a spacious auditorium to adequately
take care of the social requirements of our Sisterhood, the other a modern plant for the religious education
of our youth. We are certain that more information about 'the consummation of these plans will be given
to you by the President in his special message.

The 1941 1942 edition is being made noteworthy and significant by recording the happy milestone
reached by the spiritual leader of the Congregation in rounding out twenty-five years of service. The elo-
quent and impressive testimony of his minister during all these years by one of his admirers is appreci-
iatively set forth in the pages of this edition.

The splendid acceptance by the people of Jacksonville and vicinity of the weekly radio broadcasts
by the Rabbi over stations WJAX and WJHP is hea-twarming and gratifying.

The past year has witnessed a healthy growth in congregational affairs evidences of which are the
increase in members, the rejuvenation of the Temple Brotherhood, the monthly Synagogue Round Table
discussions, the publication once again of the Temple Messenger, and the wholesome activities being pro-
vided in the vestry for 'the many soldiers and sailors stationed nearby. The social affairs held regularly have
elicitated warm praise from our boys in uniform. The large number of service men who attended the Congre-
gational Sedar dinner and the confirmation service held on Shavous were indeed, high lights and testify
to the religious vigor of our young men and of their sincere desire to affiliate with the spiritual life of our
Temple. Our Rabbi too has been conducting religious services at Camp Blanding from time to time, and
also a't the Naval Air Base.

To round out this picture of activities it needs to be added that what is most gratifying is the con-
tinued expressions of good will and manifestations of genuine cooperation between our Temple and the
Jewish Center, and also the harmonious relationship that prevails in the community at large.

Considering the trying and difficult times through which all of us are passing let us fondly trust
that our congregation will accept the added burdens and responsibilities of the hour and help to revitalize
the moral life of our people as traditionally expressed through the Synagogue.


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W ITH the passage of another year of Congregational life has
come the realization that now, as never before, the need for national unity
and defense have superseded, in importance, all other activities.


True it is that our lay and religious activities must continue -
that our progress as a Congregation must not be retarded, but such
activities and progress must now be adjusted to the situation as it exists
today.


During the past year our Congregation has progressed satisfactorily
and has, as usual, made its splendid contribution to the growth of our
community. The year ahead, however, must be taken in stride and with
the realization that, situated as we are, the requirements for the defense
of America, and, of the men in military and naval service, are paramount.


Our every effort must be expended to the end that our common
heritage, as Americans, of the unfinished task of creating and maintain-
ing on. this continent a nation of free citizens, strong enough to withstand
tyranny, gentle enough to care for the stricken of our own and other
lands, wise enough to school our children in the truth that might does
not make right, and tolerant enough to shelter the many altars of all
who believe in a Supreme Being, regardless of their manner of belief,
shall be reinvigorated so that we shall continue to be one nation, indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all.


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There are two subjects of immediate concern and vital consideration to all of us of the House of
Israel today. The one is-The World Crisis, as reflected by the ruthless Nazi attack on the democracies
of the world, and the other is-the Survival of the Jew in the midst of this world crisis. In the face of the
tragic situation confronting the Jews of nearly the whole world, we as members of the Jewish people are
directly concerned with the problem of Jewish survival. Scattered as the Jews are in all parts of the world,
with millions of our brethren now imprisoned and enslaved and terrorized in 'Hitler dominated countries,
and with other millions living precariously in Soviet Russia, and the half million whose lives are now endan-
gered by the Axis threat in Palestine, we have every reason to be truly alarmed and to justifiably raise
the question of Jewish survival. Are the four and a half million Jews living in the United States to be
reckoned in the days to come as the saving remnant? Of the sixteen millions of our people in the world
will we only be able to count on those Jews living here in America who will help to keep the flame of
Jewish life and Jewish hope burning in the world? For the present this sems to be the likelihood. With Europ-
ean Jewry dispersed and weakened and frustrated the hope of Jewish survival seems to rest with the Jews of
America. While we still hope, and we will not give up the hope, that the forces of evil as represented
by the totalitarian countries will perish ignominiously and suffer a much deserved defeat, so that European
Jewry will yet rise and flourish and maintain itself, for the present the eyes of Jews in the dark places of
the world are turned to the United States.

How will we meet the challenge of the hour in this world crisis? Will the Jews of America rise
to the occasion and demonstrate their inherent strength and vitality? Do we feel ourselves secure enough
to ward off any vicious attacks against us? To be realistic we cannot be any too optimistic. The seeds of
poisonous anti-semitism are being planted in the American soil and in many places have already taken
root. We have experienced heart-aches already as we witness foreign and native fascistic trends in Am-
erica, which fact demonstrates the urgent necessity for wise and tactful leadership. Now if ever we need
unity in American Israel, a unity that will weld together all the divisive forces that have made for mis-
understanding and helplessness among our people. We need to work to gether, all factors and forces in
American Israel so that with the strength of our numbers and the prestige of our achievements we will ade-
quately be able to defend ourselves and champion our rights whenever threatened. Above all we need to
resolutely determine upon our future course of action as a Religious People dedicated to spiritual purposes.
consecrated to high moral principles. We still desire to be the messengers of glad tidings" to the peoples
of the earth, to continue to proclaim that "not my might and not by strength but by the spirit alone can
a people survive and maintain its dignity and place among the decent-minded citizens of the world.
We must through our own heroic and resolute living, prove to men and women of the world, that it is
possible to live honorable, decent, kind lives in a world of ferment and brutality. We must announce
to the world that man is not inherently and basically evil, but that in him are the seeds of goodness and
nobility and mercy which once ripened and matured will help us usher in a better and finer society for all
peoples.

Hitler may in his frenzy declare that "man is congenitally evil". He can only be controlled by
force. To govern him everything is permissable. You may lie, betray, even kill when policy demands it",
(Otto Strasser in "Hitler and I") The Nazis may have contempt of humanity and regard men as they
are pandering to their weakness and their bestiality. "Democracy", declares Hitler "is fundamentally
Jewish. not Germanic." Hence his bitterness and scorn for all democratic values. But if we calmly await
the verdict of time which will vindicate our hopes and our faith in the worth of every personality, in the
equality of all people in sight of God, and the respect of all creeds, races, and diverse groups in the world,
we need not despair!

May the coming year, a year of fraught with great anxiety, witness the ever growing realization of
the moral ideals and lofty principles of the Jew and may we as members of this Synagogue play our role
and merit our place in the Household of Israel!
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1940-1941



Rabbi Kaplan began Broadcasting for the season as "Your Religious News Reporter" from Sep-
tember until June over stations WJHP and WJAX on Saturday evenings at 7:35 and alternating on
Sunday afternoons at 12:15.
OCTOBER 26th-Delivered closing prayer at Community Chest dinner.
NOVEMBER 6th-Reorganization of Temple Brotherhood Supper.
NOVEMBER 10th-Invocation and Benediction at St. Lukes Nurses Graduation.
NOVEMBER 28th-Delivered Thanksgiving sermon at Interdenominational service at Union Congrega-
tional Church.
DECEMBER 8th-Conducted religious services for Jewish inmates at FIa. State Prison Farm.
JANUARY 7th-Gave Book Review before Teachers Sorority at home of Mrs. W. Demorest 138 W.
33rd St.
JANUARY 13th-Reviewed Louis Adamic's "From Many Lands" before Women's Auxiliary of Union
Congregational Church.
JANUARY 30th-Opening Prayer before annual convention of Railway Brotherhood.
FEBRUARY 23rd-Arranged and participated in Interdenomiational Brotherhood service at First Baptist
Church.
FEBRUARY 27th-Benediction at Youth and Democracy Rally-Scottish Rite Temple.
MARCH 4th-Spoke at Y. M. C. A. banquet-George Washington Hotel.
MARCH 5th-Spoke at opening of N. E. Springfield Branch Library.
MARCH 9th-Addressed Negro community at Gainesville, Fla.
MARCH 25th-Sisterhood Literature Dept. Reviewed "From Many Lands".
MARCH 27th-Prayer and Benediction at Annual Council of County P. T. A.
APRIL 1st-Conducted services and spoke to Soldiers at Camp Blanding.
APRIL 4th-Delivered Invocation at Regional Conference at Travellers Aid.
APRIL 6th-Spoke at Negro Church, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
APRIL 8th-Delivered sermon at Trintv Methodist Church-Avondale.
APRIL l1th-Conducted Seder for Congregation and Soldiers.
APRIL 21st-Spoke at American Legion Luncheon Club on "Our Moral Defense.".
MAY 5th-Hadassah Donor's Dinner Invocation and Benediction.
MAY llth-Religious services at Camp Blanding.
MAY 18th-Participated in program in observance of "I Am An American Day", by reading Poem.
MAY 25th-Addressed Soldiers at Cajmp Blanding.
JUNE 3rd and 4th-Attended Fla. Rabbinical Association Conference. Addressed members on "The
Relation of the Rabbi to the Congregation,"
JUNE 8th-Conducted religious service for soldiers at Camp Blanding.
AUGUST-Conducted religious services for Cadets and men in Trade School at Jax Naval Air Base
each Sunday morning.
JULY 31st-Over station WMBR spoke on theme "The Altar of Democracy" auspices of Ladies Aux-
iliary American Legion Post.
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NOVEMBER 8th-Sisterhood Sabbath
JANUARY 3rd-Hillel Society Students of University of Florida; Arnold Silverberg, George Ben-
jamin, and Walter Benjamin.
JANUARY 10th-Synagogue Round Tabe in Vestry. Mr. Herbert Panken, Speaker. Subject The
Talmud.
JANUARY 24th-Rabbi Solomon Fineberg, American Jewish Committee Representative.
JANUARY 31st-Temple Round Table-John Love Wilkes, Rev. Albert Kissling, Hon. Gilchrist Stock-
ton and Sinclair Lewis, Harold Cohn, Chairman. Subject-"The International Scene."
FEBRUARY 7th-Boy Scout Sabbath-Scout Executive Boswell speaker.
FEBRUARY 14th-Joint Sabbath service at Jewish Center. Mr. Joseph Berger of London England.
guest speaker.
FEBRUARY 21st-Dr. Jacob Kaplan of Miami, guest lecturer.
MARCH 21st-Joint Religious Service at Temple with Jacksonville Jewish Center and Rabbi Morris D.
Margolis as guests.
MARCH 28th-Synagogue Round Table in vestry. Mr. Montague Rosenberg, Mr. Morris Ansbaker,
and Harold Cohn, speakers.
MAY 2nd-Youth Service auspices Esquire Club.
MAY 99th-Mother's Day Cherokee Garden Circle.
MAY 16th-Synagogue Round Table Dr. Daniel Funkenstein. Mrs. Danicia Deutsch and Mrs. Marian
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What Is Democracy?
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It is the right of every person to free speech.
It is the public schools where each child,
rich or poor, bright or dull has the same chance
for education.
[I1 is protection of person and home from
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It is the right of labor to organize for better-
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It is where the plain working man or so
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I. is the right of citizens to select their
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It is seen in the great open spaces where
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It is where the laughing child may play
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It is the mine, deep in the bowels of the
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sports.
It is the public library open to the people
without charge, where one may borrow a book
on any subject at any time.
It is the free clinic where the needy may
receive medical attention w,'hout charge.
It is the right of big and little business to
free enterprise and collective bargaining.
It is where a person born of a humble sur-
roundings may climb the ladder of fame and
fortune.
It has taken man from the throes of slavery
and made him free.
It is where people may worship God ac-
cording to the dictates of their conscience.
In short, it stands for Liberty and Justice
for all, where man may design his living pretty
much as he desires.
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S He IS an American.
He hears an airplane overhead, and if he
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fear nor in the hope of seeing a protector.
His wife goes marketing, and her purchases
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He comes home of an evening through
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He changes his place of dwelling, and does
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registered with the police. He carries an identi-
fication card only in case he should be the
victim of a traffic accident.
He thinks of his neighbors across internation-
al borders-of those to the north as though they
were across a state line, rather than as foreigners
-of those to the south more as strangers, since
they speak a language different from his, and
with the knowledge that there are now matters
of difference between his government and theirs,
but of neither with an expectancy of war.
He worships God in the fashion of his
choice, without let.
His children are with him in his home,
neither removed to a place of greater safety if
young, nor, if older, ordered ready to serve the
state with sacrifice of limb or life.
He has his problems, his troubles, his un-
certainties, but all others are not overshadowed
by the imminence of battle and sudden death-
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i1t4Eaoiozy 0/ leifLjI O(Daanizationi

IN WHICH MEMBERS OF THE TEMPLE ARE AFFILIATED !



Congregation Ahavath Chesed
JOS. M. GLICKSTEIN, President
ALEXANDER BREST, Vice President
M. H. WITTEN, Treasurer
EDGAR M. FELSON, Secretary
P. O. Box 4364
Vestry Rooms, Temple, Laura and Ashley Sts.

Temple Brotherhood
HERBERT PANKEN, President
MORRIS ANNSBACKER, Vice President
ADOLPH WEIL, Jr., Secretary
MAX MEYER, Treasurer
Vestry Rooms and Jewish Center

Temple Sisterhood
MRS. LOUIS S. JOEL, President
MRS. HERBERT P. MEYERSON, Ist Vice President
MRS. BENJAMIN M. DAVID, 2nd Vice President
MRS. MARTIN SACKS, 3rd Vice President
MRS. LEWIS KARSMAN, Rec. Secretary
MRS. AARON OBERDORFER, Corres. Secretary
MRS. ESTELLE STERN, Fin. Secretary
MRS. L. M. LIPPMAN, Treasurer
Vestry Rooms-Temple, Laura and Ashley Sts.

B'nai B'rith
NAT SHORSTEIN, President
IRA STEIN, Ist Vice President
A. B. WEIL, Jr., 2nd Vice President
MORRIS H. WITTEN, Treasurer
PHILIP SELBER, Secretary
ABE NEWMAN, Monitor
1. SILVERBERG, Ass't. Monitor
JOSEPH HACKEL, Warden
Meets Third Thursday Each Month for Regular Business
Meets First Friday Each Month at Luncheon
Seminole Hotel-I P. M.
Vestry Rooms-Temple, Laura and Ashley Sts.

Esquire Club
HAROLD BAKER, President
MELVIN HAIMOWITZ. Vice President
NATHAN JOEL, Treasurer
RALPH COOPER, Secretary
LEONARD GRUNTHAL, S. A. A.
RUBY BAKER, Mascot
HAL LEITMAN, Advisor



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2l1etozr y of qFwtviif Otyanizationt

IN WHICH MEMBERS OF THE TEMPLE ARE AFFILIATED !


Jesters
SAM WITTEN, President
WM. ROSENBERG, Vice President
IRVING LEVIN, Corres. Secretary
EDDIE FELSON, Sec. and Treas.
Vestry Rooms-Temple, Laura and Ashley Sts.

Jax Jewish Community Council
L. A. STEIN, Honorary President
DAVID LASAROW, President
COL. R. L. SEITNER, Vice President
HERBERT P. MEYERSON, Vice President
MRS. JOSEPH HACKEL, Vice President
HAROLD S. COHN, Vice President
MAX MOSS, Vice President
I. M. LIEBERMAN, Vice President
JOSEPH M. GLICKSTEIN, Treasurer
PHILIP N. SELBER, Secretary
P. O. Box 782

Jewish Welfare Society
DAVID DAVIS, President
M. HIRSCHBERG, Ist Vice President
I. M. LIEBERMAN, 2nd Vice President
A. H. ROTHSTEIN, 3rd-Vice President
JOS. M. GLICKSTEIN, Treasurer
DORA WEINREB, Executive Scretary
29 Mutual Life Bldg.

Jewish Welfare Board
IRA STEIN, President
JOHN ROSENBLOOM, Vice President
DAVID DAVIS, Treasurer
ABE DIAMOND, Secretary
THEODORE T. TARAIL, Executive Secretary
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ihiecatooy of JwiT OtJanizatLoni

IN WHICH MEMBERS OF THE TEMPLE ARE AFFILIATED !


Senior Hadassah
MRS. JOSEPH STRAUSS, President
MRS. ISIDORE MOSCOVITZ, ist Vice President
MRS. IKE WITTEN, 2nd Vice President
MRS. HERBERT PANKEN, 3rd Vice President
MRS. DAVID COWAN, Recording Secretary
MRS. JACOB BECKER, Treasurer
MRS. BERNICE BAKER, Corresponding Secretary
MR. PERRY KANTOR, Financial Secretary
MRS. SAM WITTEN, Executive Secretary
Monthly Meetings Jewish Center


Junior Hadassah
RAELA FINK, President
DOROTHY SCHEMER, Ist Vice President
JEAN MEYERS,' 2nd Vice President
MIRIAM ROSENTHAL, Treasurer
EUNICE DAVIS, Recording Secretary
NAOMI ROSENBERG, Corresponding Secretary
Monthly Meetings Jewish Center


National Council of Jewish Women
MRS. DAN H. FUNKENSTEIN, President
MRS. ARTHUR ROSENTHAL, Ist Vice President
MRS. AARON OBERDORFER, 2nd Vice President
MRS. IRVING LEVIN, Corresponding Secretary
MRS. OSCAR SILVERMAN, Recording Secretary
MRS. E. P. BARWALD, Treasurer
MRS. ALEC WACHTEL, Auditor
Meetings 2nd Monday of Each Month at Windsor Hotel

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OtL JULRziqloi: SC.0ooL


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JOEL RICHARD
Superintendent


fCe


Great care and thought are being given to the improvement of the school curriculum and every new
help is being utilized ..The course of study is designed to give thorough knowledge of Jewish History,
Jewish customs and ceremonies, Bible and Holidays, and we plan to include Hebrew in the course this
year. The emphasis of instruction is not placed entirely on Jewish life in the past, but present day Jewish
life and literature are discussed and studied in the upper grades.
Among the new books that we shall use during the new year are "Days and Ways" a study of
Jewish Holydays and Customs by M. G. Gamoran.
"Jewish Literature Since the Bible" by Feuer and Eisenberg, a splendid volume containing actual
source material which will be used in the High School Department.
"Off the Capes of Delaware" and other stories of American Jewish Life by Benjamin Blandford
will be an important adjunct in teaching Jewish life in our own land.
The staff of teachers will include:
Kindergarten Mrs. Julius Mack Jr. Fourth Grade Mrs. Sam Bucholtz
First Grade Mrs. Saul Wolfson Fifth Grade Mrs. Ben David
Second Grade Mrs. Ben Eastman Sixth Grade Mrs. Edgar Felson
Third Grade Mrs. Bernard Cohen Seventh Grade Mr. Marvin Edwards
High School Rabbi Kaplan
Miss Marion Freed and Mr. Morris Ansbacker will be among the new teachers this year.
Mrs. Kaplan will serve this year in the capacity of principal of the School supervising the work in
'the classrooms and plan the individual meetings with the teachers.


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To all 'thinking Jews the religious education of the children
must seem increasingly important. The unequal emphasis of our
times on secular life places an added responsibility on our Religious
Schools. Christians and Jews alike have come to feel that our Am-
erican youth need more and better religious teaching; hence the
sweeping movement over the country of introducing religious edu-
cation and instruction in the Bible in our Public Schools. It is
generally admitted by non-Jews that the Jewish religious education
is far more adequate than is theirs, bu't be that as it may, we Jews
are by no means satisfied with either the quantity or quality of our
religious instruction. Steady progress in the supply of suitable ma-
terial is being constantly made by the Department of Synagogue
and School Extension of the Union of Hebrew Congrgations. We
are hopeful that with these added helps and techniques, the Jewish
youth of our country will come to a deeper understanding and ap-
preciation of the history and ideals of the Jew.
The experiment of transferring our religious school instruction
from Sunday to Saturday which was tried last year, did not meet
with the results we had hoped to achieve. Accordingly, Religious
School will be held on Sunday morning. The time will be nine-
thirty until eleven forty-five. The first Sabbath of every month will
consist of a children service in the Temple. We are also planning
to increase the children's choir which had such a splendid beginning
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President JOSEPH M. GLICKSTEIN
Vice-President ALEXANDER BREST
Treasurer MORRIS H. WITTEN
Secretary EDGAR M. FELSON


SIDNEY J. BROWN
HALLE COHEN
HERBERT P. MEYERSON
ROSE GOLDSTEIN
MRS. LOUIS S. JOEL


LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
LOUIS E. WOLFSON
LAWRENCE M. LIPPMAN
HAROLD S. COHN
RABBI ....... ...... .- ..-............-....-.....--..... ..... 1. L.


MAX MOSS
JULIEN P. BENJAMIN
JOEL RICHARD
BEN STEIN
MRS. NATHAN MAX, Honorary
KAPLAN


Committ&s.


BOY SCOUTS
HALLE.COHEN, Chairman
LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
BEN STEIN
MARK BAKER
SAM BERGMAN
LOUIS E. WOLFSON

SABBATH SCHOOL
LEONARD GRUNTHAL, Chairman
JOEL RICHARD
MRS. SAMUEL BUCHOLTZ
MRS. I. L. KAPLAN
MRS. HERBERT P. MEYERSON
MRS. LOUIS: S. JOEL
MRS. LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL

FINANCE COMMITTEE
MAX MOSS, Chairman
ALEX BREST
HALLE COHEN
LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
BEN STEIN
LOUIS E. WOLFSON


SEATS
M. H. WITTEN, Chairman
EDGAR W. FELSON
ELKIN GERBERT
JULIUS MACK
JOEL RICHARD
.JOHN ROSENBLUM


TEMPLE and PROPERTY
H. P. MEYERSON, Chairman
LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
MAX MOSS
SIDNEY J. BROWN
MRS. LOUIS S. JOEL
MRS. HERBERT P. MEYRSON

MEMBERSHIP
JOEL RICHARD, Chairman
EDWARD MORGENSTERN
SIDNEY J. BROWN
MAX MOSS
HERBERT P. MEYERSON

WAYS and MEANS
MAX MOSS, Chairman
HALLE COHEN
S. S. JACOBS
LAWRENCE M. LIPPMAN
EDWARD M. MORGENSTERN
P. W. ZACHARIAS

YEAR BOOK
HALLE COHEN, Chairman
HAROLD S. COHN
EDGAR M. FELSON
ISAAC PEISER

CEMETERY COMMITTEE
JULIEN P. BENJAMIN, Chairman
LOUIS E. WOLFSON
MORTON R. HIRSCHBERG
LAWRENCE M. LIPRMAN


PUBLIC WORSHIP
MRS. SIDNEY J. BROWN, Chmn.
MRS. EDGAR M. FELSON
MRS. ALEXANDER BREST
MRS. LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
MRS. MORRIS H. WITTEN
MRS. JULIUS HIRSCHBERG
MRS. LOUIS E. WOLFSON
MRS. MAX MOSS
MRS. BEN STEIN
MRS. JOSEPH M. GLICKSTEIN
MRS. LAWRENCE M. LIPPMAN
MRS. JEROME HERMAN
MRS. SAUL WOLFSON
MRS. HERBERT P. MEYERSON

CHOIR COMMITTEE
MISS ROSE GOLDSTEIN, Chmn.
MRS. LOUIS S. JOEL
HALLE COHEN
LAWRENCE M. LIPPMAN

TEMPLE MESSENGER
H. P. MEYERSON, Chairman
MRS. HERBERT P. MEYERSON
EDGAR M. FELSON
LOUIS E. WOLFSON
HAROLD S. COHN

MEMORIAL TABLET
LAWRENCE M. LIPPMAN Chman.
JOEL RICHARD
JULIEN P. BENJAMIN
HALLE COHEN
SLEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
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VJuly 29, 1940 February 16, 1941
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M arch 25, 1941
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April 9, 1941
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ALICE OLIVER
X 4! i: October 18, 1940
: :A ESTELLE ENDEL May 10, 1941
: A A- JULIUS NAUMBURG
T: November 21, 1940
X A HARRY FINKELSTEIN June 3, 1941
X.cl :* December 14, 1940 RALPH STEINFIELD
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Girl Scout Troop No. 3 under the leadership o' Lucile Lippman, now M'rs. J. L. Mack, Jr. had a
very successful year with the following girls as members of the troop:
The troop met in different homes, and the regular program of scouting was carried forward. One
of the outstanding activities was the radio program which Troop 3 presented during Girl Scout Cookie
Sale Week.
The girls are knitting mittens for the British R lief during the summer.
We hope that next year we will have the sam e, fine cooperation from the girl scouts and that others
will be encouraged to enroll for a year of renewed activities.
Members of Troop
-Baker, Elsie Katz, Alois Kunsberg, Allyne


tdwards, Ella Mae
Atlas, Gladys
Goodfarb, Ida
Harris, Jeanne


Lasarow, Charlotte
Mark, Paula
Stein, Beverly
Gendzier, Rita


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Grunthal, Ann
Fink, Norma
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Peiser, Isaac 2142 Pearl St.


Altmayer, Mrs. S. ....... ..... ................. Hotel Windsor
Ansbacher, Morris ........ ............ .... 1341 Avondale Ave.
Bartley, Maurice .............. --... .... ... ...... 2658 Dellwood
S Barwald, E. P. ..................... ................. 2057 Post St.
Benjamin, J. P. ............~...... ... ........... Bisbee Bldg.
j Benjamin, R. A. ...........-.... ......... ... .... 3543 Oak St.
Benjamin, Walter .............................. 25 W. Ist St.
j Berlack, A. S ......... ................ .......... Atlantic Beach
\ Blankfield, M. --............ .... 1219 Nicholson Road.
I Blitstein, Philip ........ .................. 1875 San Marco Blvd.
Brash, Mrs. Sol ...... ..... ....- ...-.... 1640 Aberdeen
Brest, Alexander ........... ..............- ....... 2533 River Road


Brown, S. J. ......... --
j. Bucholtz, Sam ......
7 Bucky, Fred W. .......
Buckey, Mrs. H. R. ..
Chardkoff, Abe .........
Chepenik, Meyer E. _
Chepenik, N. .......
SCherry, Maurice ....-
Cohen, Miss Cecil .
Cohen, Miss Gertrude
Cohen, Miss Edna ....
Cohen, Halle -.........--


--..... ---..-..- .. 1999 River Road
................................ Edgewood Ave.
-.....-- ..--- ..-- ...- .. 2025 Park St.
...............-...... ... 1734 Challen Ave.
........................-....- 2149 Mango Place
--....-.... -... 2912 St. Johns Ave.
-- .- ....-...-- .. 1968 Largo Place
-...--.........-......- 1558 Alexandria Place
...-........--....-.. ......-... 2518 O ak St.
................. ... ..- .... Hotel Burbridge
....................- 310 W Church St.
.............------. ... ... 2241 River Road


Cohen, M. I. .............. .. .................. ....... 2204 Oak St.
Cohn, Harold S ............. ....... ..... 1539 Marco Place
C eman, Miss Olivia ............--...... 1961 River Road
Coleman, P. N ...... .......-...-. ..... .....- 3311 Pine St.
Coleman, R. L ............................. 3702 Ortega Blvd.


David, Ben M ...................
Davis, Dave ........................
Davis, Sam ....................
sln -Ben .................o- -
..Edwards, Albert H ......
r Edwards, I. H. .................
Endel, Marcus ...................
Extrowich, Miss Etta ........
Felson, Edgar M ........--.-
Fendig, L. R. ......................
Finkelstein, Eli .......... ....
Finkelstein, Mrs. Harry .....
Finkelstein, Leonard .....
Finkelstein, Mrs. Neal .........

Friedberg, Max L...........-.-
Gendzier, Harry ..................
Gerbert, Elkin ....................
Gerbert, Harry ...............
Ginsberg, Clarence ..........
ick-stesei r- elix ........._
Glickstein, Joseph M.........


.-.-......-- .... 1230 Belvedere
---............-.... 904 Margaret St.
. .... .....---.... 2032 Silver St.
...-..-............... -M ee.
.-..--..- ... 2209 River Road
---.. 2057 Dellwood Ave.
.-.-..-- 2542 Herschell St.
.....-....-...... 2741 St. Johns Ave.
... 1535 Alexandria Place
-............-. 1620 Edgewood Ave.
.......... 1786 Challen Ave.
.---.... 1786 Challen Ave.
.-....... 3670 Herschell St.
..-..-........... .... Hotel Roosevelt

..-...-..-..... ...... 1360 Hollywood
-.............. ...- .. .... 2831 Park St.
.-.. .......- .... 1460 Laura St.
....-.-- ..- 1460 Laura St.
-......... ----....... ....... Fairfax M anor
-....-- ....--- .... Jot-- E -Rog seY e
................. 1355 Edgewood Ave.








Members of Congregation Ahavath Chesed
Cno: drn.. Lvu; N..... ..... 2-3
Goffin, S. S. -. ----- ........... .. 1426 Laura St.
Goldberg, Irving ................-......... 1649 Avondale Ave.
Goldstein, Miss Rose .......-........--.. 1520 Copeland St.
Greenblatt, M. J. ................................ 2008 Riverside Ave.
Grunthal, Dr. L. H .............................. 3306 Oak St.
WHackel, Dr. Carl ...................-...-.......... 1545 Boulevard
Halle, M iss Ray ................................. ........ 2305 Post St.
Halpern, Dave .................................... 1025 Maple Lane
Halpern, Sam ................ .. .......... 2824 St. Johns Ave.
Hammel, H. S .............................. ....... Park Lane Apts.
Harris, David .....-.... ......-. 2648 College St.
Harris, Mrs. Herrman H. ................ 2574 St. Johns Ave.
Harris, Stanley ............................... ... ...... 3732 Pine St.
Hartman, Joseph ................... ..... ...... 3669 Pine St.
.-Herman, Jerome ...................................... Park Lane Apts.
bHindin, Harry .............................................. 2340 Post St.
.Hirshberg, B.. ......... ....... ........... 1311 Talbot Ave.
Hirschberg, Mrs. J. ........-................... 1417 Boulevard
Hirschberg, Morton R. ... .................... 1417 Boulevard
Horovitz, Abe ....................................... 1323 Edgewood Ave.
Horovitz, M rs. D .... .........-......... ........... 1345 Talbot
Isaac, H. M ................................ ....... 1648 M allory St.
-------i-f----_------........... ---W- -7fh--S.-
Jacobs, B .......... ..... ................. ........... Starke, Fla.
Jacobs, Henry ................................. ........ 1406 Laura St.
Jacobs, Mrs. Leah E ............. .............. 1230 Belvedere
Jacobs, S. S. ........ .................................. 1642 Donald St.
Jacobs, V. E. ........ .................. ........... 1905 River Road
Joel, Miss C. R ...................... .............. 2772 Post St.
Joel, L. D. .............................- ........ 1365 Belvedere Ave.
.Joel, Louis S. ... .. ............................. ......... 1302 Yalbot
Joseph, Sam ..................................... 2505 Pineridge Road
Karsmnan, L. W ............................... ......... 3204 Oak St.
Kassewitz, Samuel, ...................... ............ Ribault Court
Katz, Harry .................... ......... ...... 2819 College St.
Kipn!s, Samuel ........................ ..... .......- 2532 River Road
Klepper, Laser ........................... 1406 Ingleside
Klepper, S. J. .. ...................... ......... 2317 College St.
Koffler, Abe .........-.. .......- .... ........... .. P. 0. Box 965
KoT-r-Jules ......... ........ ............. 1- T a s
Kramer, Charles ........................................ ... Hotel W indsor
.. Kugelman, E. M. ............ ...... ........ Park Lane Apts.
Lasarow, D. H ........................ .......... 2314 Post. St.
Leon, Mrs. Ruth Hope .................... 2601 Herschell St.
.'Levin, Irving ..................................... 1604 Kingswood Road
Lewinson, Richard J ........ .............................. % Purcells
Levy, Mrs. B. S........... ...-................... 3572 Richmond St.
v Levy, W alter H. .....-............. .............. 4609 Ateleboro
S Liebman, Jos.- -------------------------- 207 W 9fh St.
C, Liebman, Jos. ............. .............. 207 W. 9th St.
Lippman, Mrs. Gabe ........................ 3331 St. Johns Ave.
Lippman, Horace ................. ............... ........ 2921 O ak St.
Lippman, L .M ....---.............. ...333. 3338 Riverside Ave.
L/L ippman, L. P. ..................... .... ................ Hotel W indsor
L- Lumbej:g.,._AfHen-B .............. .......... .........Jose Btv
Luria, Herbert B. 3rd .............................. .. Atlantic Beach
McCullough, Mrs. E. F ........................... Atlantic Beach
-Mack, L. --..---.....------ ...........-.. -.. 2794 Oak St.
, Mack, Leo ...................... ..................... Neptune Beach


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Marco, M. ..................
Mark, D. L. ............-..
_,Mark, Hugo -----...-.......
Max, Mrs. Flora T .......
Maza, B. ........................
Meyer, Max ....... .... ...
M--Meyer, Sidney- ................
Meyerheim, Fred --
Meyerheim, Harold ...
Meyerson, H. P .........-..
Meyerson, Morris .........
Monsky, Abe .................
Morgenstern, Edward M.
Moses, Fred W. ..........
Moss, Max ..................
Myerson, M. H. ...........


-..-.- ..- ...-...... 2746 Park St.
........................ 424 W 6th St.
..... ..................... 2585 Post St.
-....-...-... ..-.-- 1520 Copeland St.
............--... ... 2135 College St.
.---- .. -- ...... 2252 Ernest St.
..--.......... 1250 Belmant Terrace
-...... ..~-...- .... ......... 3254 Oak St.
...... ........ 3254 Oak St.
.......--............... Park Lane Apts.
---.. ...--...-..-...... ............ Jax. Beach
.--...-...-. 1270 Belmont Terrace
...... ......-.... ....- ... 1380 Talbot
.-....-....--... Hotel Windsor
..................... 2730 Downing Ave.
.... ...............- .. Professional Bldg.


Nathan, Paul ./ ? -.. ................... ......... 2025 Post St.
Newman, Floyd -..............--...-. ................ 2253 Post St.
Oberdorfer, Dr. Aaron ................-....... 1857 Shadowlawn
Oberdorfer, Max N. .................... .. 3415 Randolph St.
Ossinsky, Mrs. Alexander --.............-....... Hotel Windsor
Panken ,Herbert .....-......................... 3931 Alcazar
. sI^knBeMfS.Rebeca .-2522 Parck St.
Pokorny, Nathan .........-.................. Lake Marco Apts.
Rachleff, Jake ....................... ......... 1027 Cherry St.


Rdbill,; Daniel A.......-----
R einstine, Harry W ....
Reinstine, Mrs. N. ...........
Richard, Joel --.............
Roberts, Bernard ........-......

Reserrb-er-, Emanue-. ........
--i-rribrg, Jac ----.................
RsenbvrgMaM- fice -__ --.....
Rosenberg, Montague ...
Roesnberg, W. S. ..........
Rsen blat-Herm an-S.--:...
SRosenblum, Herman ........
SRosenblum, John ..............
. Rosenblum, Sheldon .........
V Rosenthal, A. J ................
Rosenthal, Edwin M. Jr ....
Rothschild, A. A ..-..-......
Rothschild, B. J. ................
Rothschild, Miss Carrie ...
Rothstein, A. H. ...............


..--....-- .. 33PmPerrsylvania-Ave.
.......... ..... 1879 Ribault Crt.
..... ----....... ........ 310 Church St.
...-...-..... ........ 121 W Bay St.
..-.... .....--..-- ..... Neptune Beach
--.. .....-...-..-........N-- ptune. Beach
-.......- .. 2731 ieldston Lane
------------------- L806Edgewocd__Ayt e
.-......-....... 4.806-Ed odAe__.
- ..-..- --..-..-....... 2Z aura St.
.........- ......... .. Neptune Beach
......-.......-. ..... 1419 Belvedere
.-45t.................... Q c t.
-... .......-..... 3655 Herschell St.
.. .... .. 1835 Challen Ave.
---..-..... 1835 Challen Ave.
-...-....-.... 1340 Northwood Ave.
--.... --...... ....... 1830 Mallory St.
-- ... 1418 Avondale Ave.
--..-.-.. 1418 Avondale Ave.
-..-. ....-........ ... Hotel W indsor
.........- ...- 3893 Herschell St.


Sabel, Mrs. Rosa G ............. .......... ......... Hotel W indsor
-Sablow, M M .................. ......... ....... 2118 College St.
Sack, Martin .............--.-----...- ...... Neptune Beach
SSandlerH, erbert L ETAOtNN
chSaul, L. J., Jr. -.....-.....-.... Pir---Box-687.
Schlesinger, Jo ..................................... -2-7 R i- Ae
" Segal, J. D. ...... ................................ 2963 Oak St.
Segst~,--s ey. ............. .. ..... ... ....... liclaS- .Ece
tSeitner, Alfred ........... ........... .......... 1825 Mallory St.
-Seitner, Col. R. L .................... 1833 Willow Branch Terrace
Seligman, Gus ............ ......................... 2040 Riverside Ave.
Seligman, Mort ............................... 2040 Riverside Ave.
- Srher;-P .--.............................. .-. -bake-44a-co. .Apts.
SilJyrergr-4---......... 2562. College- St.








Members of Congregation Ahavath Chesed
SSilverman, Oscar L. ............. ......... ...... 1637 Edgewood Ave.
Spindel, Samuel ........................- ............. 119 W. Bay St.
Sommer, Mrs. A., ......- ....- ... ................ 2305 Post St.
Stein, Ben ........ .... ...-- ............. ..... 1019 Elder Lane
'Stein, L. A. ...................... --....--........... 1013 Maple Lane
SStern, Arthur K ........................................... 3019 Sydney St.
Stern, M rs. Estelle .............................. ...... 2526 Forbes St.
L-Stru'mpf, Dr. I. J. .................... .... 1360 Morvenwood Rd.

Tn- Df-T.......- ......... .......... ....B -tman Bldg.
Van Baalen, Harold Jr. ./.IC ,........ 3208 Herschell St.
Z-Wachtel, A. H. .................-................. 1325 Donald St.
Wachtel, Dr. Leo M. ..................... 2912 St. Johns Ave.
L-Walker, Simpson R ......................... Arlington River Hills
Wel, Mrs. A. B. ................-............ 2658 Dellwood Ave.
;W eil, Nat ----.. .................. ............. 2061 Forbes St.
Weinreb,-Dr-.Joseph-
e ,S--er-er- .-....--...--.--....-.--............ .2 Me-


W eiss, Jacob, ----............. .........
Weiss, Sam -. .....................
,Wexler, Geo. --.....-............
Wilkinson, Mrs. A. H .......
t-Witten, B. S. ........................
SWitten, M. H ........-..
/ Witten, Dr. Sam .............
SWolfe, Si ..........................
Wolfson, Lou E .....................
Wolfson, M. ...............
W olfson, Saul .......................
-Wolfson, Sam W. .................
W urm, Lonnie ..........................
Wyman, A. H .......................
Zacharias, Herbert ...............
Zacharias, P. W ....................


-............... 2150 Mango Place
................. 1801 Largo Road
............... 410 W. Forsyth St.
....-........... Brookwood Terrace
..........-........ Park Lane Apts.
............... .. 1018 Holly Lane
-.............. ... 2632 College St.
....................... 3118 Oak St.
...... 1270 Belmont Terrace
-.............. 2311 Laurel Road
. 1898 San Marco Boulevard
............-...... 916 Cordova PI.
.-......-... 1816 Du Pont Circle
.-..-.............. 1006 Holly Lane
.-.......-..-...... 838 La Salle St.
............ 2973 St. Johns Ave.


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Americans are fond of boasting about equal-
ity of educational opportunity, yet more than
3,300,000 children between five and seventeen
years of age are not enrolled in any school. More
than 2,000,000 physically handicapped children
are receiving no education adapted 'to their needs.
In some states we find blighted areas where
many children receive no schooling: in Vermont,
Oregon and Rhode Island twenty-four per cent
of the children are not in school; in Alabama
more than forty per cent not in school; in
Georgia, the typical rural youngster is in school
only 123 days a year; in Wisconsin, 55,000 chil-
dren get less than ninety days of schooling .
Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas spend less
than thirty dollars a year a pupil on education,
whereas New York, Nevada and California spend
$115.00 Jerome Davis, in The New Republic.


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Berlack, A. S. Atlantic Beach, Florida
Chardkoff, Abe 2149 Mango Place
Chepenik, Meyer, E. 2912 St. Johns Ave.
Edwards, Albert H. 2209 River Road
Extrowich, Miss Etta 2741 St. Johns Ave.
Herman, Jerome Park Lane Apts.
Kipnis, Samuel River Road (2532)
Luria Herbert B., 3rd Atlantic Beach, Florida
Mark, D. L. 424 W. 6th St.
Monsky, Abe 1270 Belmonte Terrace
Moses, Fred W. Windsor Hotel
Newman, Floyd 2253 Post St.
Radbill, Daniel A. Old Oak Terrace
Rosenberg, Maurice 221 Laura St.
Rosenthal, Edwin M., Jr. 1830 Mallory St.
Rothschild, B. J. 1418 Avondale Ave.
Schaul, L. J., Jr. P. O. Box 687
Spindel, Samuel -- 119 W. Bay St.
Wachtel, Dr. Leo M. 2912 St. Johns Ave.
Wolfson, Saul 1898 San Marco Blvd.


JULY 27TH, 1940
Joseph M. Miller
Myrtle Trachtenberg
of Chicago, III.
SEPT. 9TH, 1940
Merwin Shurberg
Louise Kaplan
SEPT. 24TH, 1940
Charles Joachim
Annie Elly Lederer
of Vienna
FEB. 16TH, 1941
Jay Schwartz
Bernice Klepper
JUNE STH, 1941
Edwin Held
Alise G. Lippman


14 azlia'q. 5Psz/fozmen

JULY 15TH, 1941
Private Bernard Goldberg
Laura Rappaport
of Birmingham

JULY 16TH, 1941
Jerome Baehr
Sara D. Levy

JULY 20TH, 1941
James W. Bofird
Sara Bier
of Jersey City
JULY 23RD, 1941
Private Noah Sarlat
Eleanor Levy
of Orlando


JULY 23RD, 1941
Martin 'Segal
Beatrice Grus
of Daytona

JULY 30TH, 1941
Julius Mack, Jr.
Lucille Lippman

AUG. 3RD, 1941
Adolph Michaelson
Irma Streng

AUG. 21ST, 1941
Private Alan Marcus
Fannye Baer Levy


Paul Andrew Brest,
Alexander Brest.


gag LlBfE IEctin &2 7i/2L
ON MOTHERS DAY SERVICE, MAY 9th, 1941
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Barnett Chepenik, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Chepenik.


Robert Louis Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Levin.
Adolph Benjamin Weil, III, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Weil.
Ian Neal Rosenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Rosenfield.


Gerald Ira RadbiII, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan RadbilI.

Dennis Meyer Wolfson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Wolfson.
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May, 1941, brought to the Jesters the close of a successful
season highlighted by many top affairs, so characteristic of this fun
loving group. From the opening meeting in October through the
entire season, the Jester spirit and color dominated the members of
the organization.
Early in October, the first affair planned was a moonlight
boatride on the St. Johns. The cooling breezes, the moonlit water,
Sthe strains of soft music-and for others there was plenty to eat,
Catered by Rosenblum, Rosenblum, Rosenblum, and Eli Finkelstein.
Then the colorful Haloween Blow-Up, Our Annual Costume
Affair, took place at "The Pines", directed by Si and Clarence. The
S.- masqueraders special prizes were taken home by the M. I. Cohen's
and the Oberdorfers.
..* IThe highlight of the Fall Season was the Thanksgiving
Dance held at the San Jose Country Club. For sheer pep, joy and
Enthusiasm, this was the tops. All invited guests were more than
lavish with their praise of the Jesters and the Jester Committee
Handling the affair: viz, Dr. Leonard Grunthal, Ed Morganstern,
Ed Felson, Alex Brest and Lou Wolfson.
New Years! Glamour! New resolutions, Old Friends-at
DR SAM WITTEN the Windsor Hotel where Leonard Finkelstein and his committee
President really put on a dinner and dance.

As a Spring Frolic, Oscar Silverman, William Rosenberg, and Sam Witten climaxed the major
affairs of the season with an elaborate dinner dance and special floor show at the Embassy Club. 'Twas
a fitting finale to a happy season.

Of course, there were also the monthly card parties, suppers, and usual entertainments. It was a
year crowded full.






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m-- -------- ----- --







Officers of the Jesters
SAM W ITTEN .......................... ..... ... ................. President
WM. ROSENBERG ...-............................. Vice President
IRVING LEVIN ................................ Corresponding Secretary
EDDIE FELSON ............................ Secretary and Treasurer

Members of the Jesters


Maurice Bartley
Aaron Bilgore
Alexander Brest
Maxwell Brooks
Barney Cohen
Halle Cohen
Mauray I. Cohen
Edgar M. Felson
Eli Finkelstein
Leonard Finkelstein
Clarence Ginsberg
Felix Glickstein
Leonard Grunthal
Carl Hackel
David Harris
Morton Hirschberg
Sam Hyken
Sam Joseph
L. W. Karsman
Jerry Kipnis
Horace Lippman
L. M. Lippman


Irving Levin
Herbert Meyerson
Edward Morganstern
Aaron Oberdorfer
Max N. Oberdorfer
Herman Rosenblum
John Rosenblum
Wm. S. Rosenberg
Sheldon Rosenblum
J. V. Safer
Phil Sher
Oscar Silverman
Ira Stein
Lukie Stein
Ike Witten
Sam Witten
Scotty Witten
M. H. Witten
Lou Wolfson
.Sam Wolfson
Si Wolfe
Lonnie Wurm


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Jewish parents of America! Give your children an education in the faith and traditions of their
fathers! Endow them with ideals that will enrich and discipline their lives in prosperity, and provide them
with a source of strength in adversity. What greater boon can you confer upon your children, especially
in this grave hour? Does it now seem a previous burden to our young to be known as Jews? Jewish
education will make their Jewishness a possession of pride and glory. Do the slanderers of our people
try to make it appear that Judaism is a badge of shame? Jewish education will make it what it is: a
badge of honor! Shall Jewish parents spend their lives gathering an inheritance of material things for
their children-things which the hurricanes of hate may sweep, away-and fail to bequeath to them the most
precious heritage of all-an ideal and a spiritual discipline?

In every Jewish community in America there are Jewish schools where your children may obtain
the instruction and guidance needed to supplement and complete their public school education. Take your
children to these schools now, when they are opening their doors for the new school term. Let them come
into the heritage which it is their right to receive and your duty to transmit.

We hope for and indeed expect the personal interest of every parent in the development of their
children's religious education, for without their cooperation and active help no effort of the school can
be permanently effective.
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Jq uxifiA (2W//Lfa'E SocLCty

The Jewish Welfare Society has for 24 years been (rnction-
ing as the only private family welfare agency in Jacksonville. The
agency attempts to treat every case on an individual basis. The
financial assistance frequently plays only a small role in the re-ha-
bilitation of an individual or family. The social worker tries to help
the client understand his own problem and if necessary assist him
in carrying outhis own decisions and plans. The case worker must
understand the problem in an objective way and seek to work out
the solution from the client's point of view; not her own. The
worker must always try 'to be patient, sympathetic, and understand-
ing.

We believe it is important that the Jewish Community
of Jacksonvllie know how much money is being spent and how
it is spent, to rehabilitate the needy individual or family. The Jew-
ish Welfare Society until 1940 derived all of its income from the
Community Chest, except for a few private gifts. In 1940, the
Jacksonville Jewish Community Council recognized the importance
of our local work and the inadequate budget; and thus allocated
$500.00. However, this money was not received until February
1941, and therefore does not appear on the following financial
statement for the year 1940:
JANUARY 1, 1940 TO DECEMBER 31, 1940


RECEIPTS
Community Chest ................................... .......... $
Community Chest Auto Expense ......................
Gifts ................................................. ..........................
Refunds (from clients & transients) ....................
Borrowed money fr. J. Hirschberg Mem. Fund
Borrowed money from J. Hirschberg Memorial
Fund .................................... ................
Balance on Hand January 1, 1940

DISBURSEMENTS
*M material Relief .................................. ..............
Cash Relief (to transients) ..................................
Medical Relief ............................................................
Office R ent ............................. ............................
Office Supplies ..................... ................................
P stage ......................................................................
Executive's Secretary's Salary ..........................
Telephone & Telegrams ......................................
Automobile Expense ............................................
Transportation (for clients & transients) ........
Education & Schcol Supplies ................................
N national Dues ........................................ .............


4903.00
122.45
336.40
60.37
634.22

634.22



3157.29
276.67
235.64
120.00
31.07
11.06
1500.00
102.23
121.45
54.08
18.75
10.00


$ 6055.44
96.00
$ 6151.44


Repayment of Loan to J. Hirschberg Mem. Fund 425.00 $ 6063.24
Balance on Hand, January 1, 1941 88.00
$ 6151.44
*By Material Relief we mean financial assistance to local families in
the form of cash, medical help, milk, drugs: clothing; meals and lodgings
for transients.

In 1940 the financial outlay for transients was great due to the type of transient cases handled.
The majority of men that came for assistance to our office had skilled trades and many of them had promises
of Jobs either at Camp Blanding or at the Naval Air Base even before they came 'to the city. After the social
worker verified in each case that the jobs were available for the men, they often had to wait two weeks
before they were paid. In such cases this agency assisted them during this waiting period; sometimes the
society was reimbursed by the transient.
Page Forty-four








Due to lack of resources and insufficient funds for social service work in Jacksonville. the Jewish
Welfare Society is called upon to meet the needs of the People that the Public Welfare Departments
are not able to meet. The types of cases handled during 1940 were: residents totally unemployed, clients
too old to work but not old enough to receive Old Age Assistance, residents who were not citizens or who
could not prove their citizenship to meet the requirements for O. A. A., those people who were mentally
ill but not committable to an institution, and those suffering from chronic or acute illnesses. There were
also cases where the head of the household was employed full time but not earning enough to maintain
his family on a decent standard of living, or where the person had part time work, or his earnings could
only provide for the bare necessities and when illness came, he needed help and advice. The agency
supplemented Old Age Assistance allowances and Mother's Aid when their assistance was not adequate.
During 1940, the agency handled 274 local cases and 409 transients, totaling 683 cases. Of this
number, there were 305 new cases, of which 8 were local and 297 transient. The worker interviewed
1,293 persons in the office. She made 503 home visits, and 248 collateral visits. The agency supplied 684
meals and gave 327 lodgings to transients. There were 488 units (a unit being an individual, couple, or
family) aided with cash relief. 102 persons were provided with free medication, prescribed by doctors or
hospitals. 84 quarts of milk were paid for by the agency, and 151 persons received either clothing
or household articles.

The Jewish Welfare Society cooperated with the National Refugee Service, Inc. of New York and
carried on the social work for the Jacksonville Resettlement Committee. The worker assisted in securing
affiants and helped with affidavits. Many times it was necessary to contact people for jobs and find lodging
for refugees. The Jacksonville Jewish Community Council allocated $1,200 for 1940 to be used locally for
the maintenance of the refugee units until they were self-supporting. The money was handled by the social
worker. She met with her Case Consultant Committee for Refugeees to determine the amount of assistance
to be given, to discuss the problems presented by the newcomer, to help adjust him to his new environ-
ment, and to interpret to him the American standard s of business practices. Wherever possible, the refugee
was placed in the same trade or profession in which he had made his livelihood prior to coming to this
country. When this was not possible, the man's adjustment to his new job often took longer, and some-
times was more difficult.

It should be kept clearly in mind that the assistance given the refugee was handled on an entirely
separate basis than the assistance given the local and transient relief case, for the latter received funds from
the Community Chest. The worker had to secure permission from the Community Chest before she could
volunteer her services to do the work for the Refugee Committee.
In any social agency it is most essential that the social worker be alert to all the various problems
that the family may present even though her agency is not equipped to solve them. The Jewish Welfare
Society has cooperated and worked jointly on cases with the following agencies in Jacksonville: County
Health Unit, District Welfare Board, Florida State Employment Service, Girl Scouts, Ladies Hebrew
Sheltering Aid Society, Legal Aid Association, State Rehabilitation Department, State Welfare Board,
Tuberculosis Association, U. S. Probation Office, Work Projects Adminisltration.


Officers of the Jewish Welfare Society
David Davis President A. H. Rothstein
M. Hirschberg 1st Vice Presiden't Jos. M. Glickstein
I. M. Lieberman 2nd Vice President Dora Weinreb
Honorary Members of Jewish Welfare Society
Rabbi and Mrs. I. L. Kaplan M.s. Neal Finkelstein
Rabbi M. Margolis lMs. Julius Hirschberg


3rd Vice President
--- Treasurer
Executive Secretary

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Jacobs
Mrs. Flora Max


Board of Direci
Mrs. Alex Brest. Mr. & Mrs. Sam
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Brown Miss Rose Goldst
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bucholtz Miss Ray Halle
Mrs. Maurice Cherry M:. & Mrs. Huff
Mr. & Mrs. Halle Cohen MKr. & Mrs. S. S.,
Mrs. I. Edwards
Mrs. Barney Witten


tors
Flet
*ein


Jacol


of the Jewish Welfare Society
cher Mr. & Mrs. S. Kipnis
Mr. & Mrs. L. Klepper
Mr. & Mrs. D. Moscovitz
Mr. & Mrs. Max Moss
bs Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Newman
Miss Cassie Joel Mr.
Mr. & Mrs. I. Witten


Mr. & M,s. Alex Rob:n
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Setzer
Mrs. Albert Sommer
Mrs. Estelle Stern
Mr. & Mrs. Nat Well
Isaac Peiser


Advisory Board of the Jewish Welfare Society
Mrs. D. Deutsch, Psychologist 3. ,:lanhoff, M. D. D. B. Torn. D. D. S.
D. Funkenstein, M. D. A. Oberdorfer, M. D. J. Weinreb, M. D.
F. Glickstein, D. D. S. J. V. Safer, M. D. S. Witten D. D. S.


Page Forty-five








[&4xuiIn CommunLzt Couwnif


The Jacksonville Jewish Community Council came in to
Sits own during the past year as one of the outstanding philanthropic
and welfare agencies in the entire country.
SThe Council set the pace for the entire country when it
more than doubled its 1940 campaign total by reaching the total
of Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($55,000.00).
Although the tremendously increased overseas and Nat-
ional needs-were in some part responsible for this amazing increase,
Sthe large share of credit must go to the men who directed this
.year's campaign. David Lasarow, who assumed the presidency of
the Council in Decemoer, 1940, proved to the community his
dynamic ability as a leader, and too much credit cannot be given
him for the community's outstanding achievement. Aiding Mr.
Lasarow, and of equal importance to the success of the drive, were
Alexander Brest, Chairman of the Campaign, and Harold Cohn,
Co-chairman.
In addition to increased allocations for overseas relief work
/ |and National Jewish Defense, several new local agencies were
added to the budget. An allocation of Four Thousand Dollars
was set aside for the local Public Relations Program to be ad-
ministered by a sub-committee of the Council. Another allocation
D. H. LASAROW of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars was made to the local U. S. O.
President Campaign.
As a result of the highly successful local campaign, the
United Jewish Appeal received $30,000 as compared to the $13,500
that it received last year. The Council also set up for the first time a local welfare fund for the specific
purpose of child care, thus relieving the Atlanta Hebrew Orphan's Home of responsibility locally.
At the conclusion of the drive, honor plaques were awarded to David Lasarow, Alex Brest, Herbert
Meyerson, and I. M. Lieberman, for their outstanding service and devotion to the cause of the Community
Council in Jacksonville.
Much credit for the success of the Initial Gifts Campaign can be attributed to the cooperation and
diligent work of the co-chairman, Samuel Kipnis and Colonel R. L. Seitner. Mrs. Joseph Hackel, as
Chairman of the Women's Division, and Mrs. D. L. Lasarow, as co-chairman, rendered invaluable service
both during the campaign and throughout ehe year, especially in the collection activities of the Council.
Keeping apace of the work of the senior divisions was the enthusiastic Youth Committee, which was
headed for the second successive year by Dr. Carl Hackel.
In a recent letter to all contributors to the Council Drive, David Lasarow, President, made this
significant statement:
"In the midst of so much despair and suffering it is truly encouraging to know that things
can be done, are bing done and can continue to be done to bring help and life to large
numbers of our people in the war zone in the European Countries and Palestine, and
even -on our own shores."
"When we receive the urgent appeal for additional help, somehow nothing is gained by
assuring the refugees that your pledge is good, but that they will have to wait a little
longer. As you know the local Community Council depends only upon voluntary workers
for its collections. Won't you please do your best to make their task lighter by mailing your
check immediately?"
"The people who need your help cannot wait. It is purely and simply a question of doing
everything you can to help as soon as you can."
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Officers of the
Jacksonville Jewish Community Council

Honorary President
L. A. STEIN
President
DAVID LASAROW
Vice Presidents
COL. R. L. SEITNER
HERBERT P. MEYERSON
MRS. JOSEPH HACKEL
HAROLD S. COHN
MAX MOSS
I. M. LIEBERMAN
Treasurer
JOSEPH M. GLICKSTEIN

Secretary
PHILIP N. SELBER


1941 Campaign
ALEXANDER BREST, General Chairman
HAROLD COHN, Co-Chairman
DR. CARL HACKEL, Junior Chairman
COL. R. L. SEITNER and SAMUEL KIPNIS,
Initial Gifts Chairmen
MRS. JOSEPH HACKEL, Women's Division Chairman
MRS. D. H. LASAROW, Women's Division Co-Chaiman
HERBERT P. MEYERSON, Men's Division Chairman
Board of Directors


Mark Baker
Joseph Bartley
Alexander Brest
Mrs. Sidney J. Brown
Mrs. Ben Chepenik
N. Chepenik
Halle Cohen
P. N. Coleman
David Davis
A. Diamond
1. H. Edwards
Mrs. Harry Finkelstein
Sam Fletcher
Joseph Hackel
David Harris
Mrs. Stanley Harris
Morton R. Hirschberg
Dr. L. H. Grunthal
S. S. Jacobs
L. D. Joel
Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan
Samuel Kipnis
Mrs. B. S. Levy


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Rabbi M. D. Margolis
Max Mirkis
David M.oscovitz
Leonard Moss
Abe Newman
Mrs. Nathan Newman
Harry Reinstine
A. Robin
Frank Rosenbloom
Max Rubin
Ben Setzer
L. B. Sherman
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Ben Stein
Mrs. Joseph Strauss
Dr. J. Wenreb
Max Witten
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Morris H. Witten
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OFFICERS
Ira Stein President
John Rosenbloom Vice President
David Davis Treasurer
Abe Diamond Secretary
Theodore T- Tarail Executive Secretary

',r l Born of necessity brought about the existing National Emer-
gency, the Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare
Board came into being during March of 1941. Headed by Ira Stein
Sas President, Dr. Joseph Weinreb as Director, and Mrs. Sam Weiss
as Co-Director, the organization went into action immediately and
Within a very short time had arranged a 10-Point Program to take
care of the needs of the Jewish soldiers and sailors stationed at
Camp Blanding and the Naval Air Station.
The Army and Navy Committees work concerns itself with
meeting the religious, personal, social and recreational needs, of
the Jewish soldiers and sailors and is interested in providing the
normalizing influences that go to make a better and happier soldier
or sailor.

In order to serve the men of the military to the fullest possible.
RA STEN extent, the Army and Navy Committee elected the following 10-
IRA STEIN Point Program:
President 1. Religious services at Camp Blanding and at the U. S.
Naval Air Station, in cooperation with local Rabbis.
2. Arrangements for the attendance of soldiers and sailors at religious services held at the Jack-
sonville Jewish Temple and the Jacksonville Jewish Center.
3. Arrangements of special welcomes, socials and friendship gatherings for Jewish soldiers and sailors
a't the Jacksonville Jewish Temple and the Jacksonville Jewish Center, as well as the affairs held by other
Jewish Organizations.
4. Home hospitality for the service men at the homes of the members of our two Jewish Religious
Organizations.
5. Hospital visitation under the direction of and with the cooperation of the American Red Cross
and the Post and Air Station Chaplains.
6. To provide a calendar of events in Jacksonville which will include social, cultural, educational
and recreational activities which service men are interested in, and which have been organized by our
local Jewish Organizations.
7. To attempt to contribute to the well-being of each Jewish soldier and sailor on the basis of
his personal needs.
8. To provide information for relatives and friends who wish to visit the soldiers and sailors at
Camp Blanding and the Naval Air Station.
9. To contact the parents of the service men and keep them informed as to the welfare of their sons
and the service extended to their sons by the Army a d Navy Committeee.
10. To provide a list of rooming accommodations available for service men coming to Jacksonville
on leave, including a certain number of free accommodations.
At the time of this release, your Army and Navy Committee has been functioning for approximately
five months, during which time we have held a social gathering, in the form of a dance or buffet supper,
on Saturday night. These affairs have been held in the Vestry Rooms of the Jewish Temple and the Audi-
torium of the Jewish Center, alternating each Saturday night, and have been well attended by the Jewish
soldiers and sailors. We want to take this opportunity to extend our thanks to the following organizations.
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who have cooperated with your Committee to the fullest extent, and who have sponsored and financed
the various Saturday night socials:
Temple Sisterhood Zionist District of Jacksonville
Daughters of Israel Adolph B. Weil Lodge of B'nai B'rith
Senior. B. & P. and Junior Hadassah Jewish Men's Club
Council of Jewish Women Temple Brotherhood
To the many members of the Jacksonville Jewish Community who have assisted your Committee
in many ways, and who have made possible the success of our Home Hospitality Committee by opening
their homes to the service men, we want to extend a great, Big THANK YOU. Please keep up this fine
cooperation, as the Home Hospitality is one of the most important functions and duties of your Committee.
We are happy to report that a large number of Jewish soldiers and sailors have become acquainted with
members of our Jewish Community and are invited tj the various Jewish homes on Sundays and Holidays-
To Rabbi Morris D. Margolis and Dr. Israel L. Kaplan we want to extend our sincere thanks
for the splendid cooperation they have shown and the very fine work they have done in organizing Religious
Services at Camp Blanding each Sunday morning. Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Margolis have been alternating
each Sunday morning in going to Camp B!anding and holding Religious Services for our Jewish soldiers.
In cooperation with Rabbi Margolis and Dr. Kaplan, your Committee arranged for Congregational
Seders to be held at the Jewish Temple and the Jewish Center on Passover. Over 300 Jewish soldiers
and sailors attended these Congregational Seders free of charge, as the entire expense of the Seders were
paid by individual members of the two Congregations. In addition to the soldiers and sailors who attended
the Congergational Seders, there were over 100 soldiers invited to Seders at the homes of members of our
Jewish Community.
On Sh'vuos, your Committee made arrangements for leave from camp for Jewish soldiers to attend
services at the Jewish Temple and the Jewish Center. Over 225 soldiers and sailors attended services at
the two congregations and were invited to the homes of the various Congregation members for dinner
after the services. In addition to the service men that were invited to homes, we served dinner to about
75 Jewish soldiers at a local Jewish restaurant.
It was with great regret that we lost the services of Dr. Joseph Weinreb, who was called to the
service of our country as a Captain in the Medical Corps and was transferred to the Station Hospital at
Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. The Committee wishes Dr. Weinreb "God Speed" and quick return.
The National Office of the Jewish Welfare Board has assinged a full-time Secretary to the Jack-
sonville area to work with your Committee and coordinate our various activities, as well as to broaden
our scope of activities. Mr. Theodore Tarail was assigned to Jacksonville and arrived the latter part of
April. Mr. Tarail has been actively engaged in carrying out the 10-Point Program set up by your Com-
mittee, and is assisted by Miss Rose Silverstein. Approximately 650 kits, consisting of writing material,
Bible, Prayer Book and Jewish Calendars, were supplied by the Jewish Welfare Board and distributed
to the Jewish soldiers and sailors.
The offices of your Army and Navy Committee are located at 29 Mutual Life Building, Jacksonville,
Florida, and all members of the Jacksonville Jewish Community are urged to contact our office for any
information they desire regarding the activities of your Committee. If you have any services or accomoda-
tions that you may desire to extend to our Jewish soldiers and sailors, whether it be an accommodation or
any other service, we would appreciate hearing from you. Miss Rose Silverstein is at the office of the
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On November 7th, 1940, the Temple Brotherhood of Congregation was reborn, the re-organiza-
tion meeting being held in the Temple vestry on that date, with about thirty-five present. Mr. Herbert
Panken was appointed Chairman, pending the election of officers.

In January, officers, consisting of Herbert Panken, President, Morris Ansbacher, Vice-President,
Max Meyer, Teasurer, and A. B. Weil, Jr., Secretary, were elected, and plans were made for activities to
be had during the year 1941.

Regular monthly meetings have been held since that time, and the interest of those attending
indicates that a long-felt need in the Congregation is being satisfied by this organization, and that the
work of the Brotherhood, and its service to the Congregation, will be carried forward with ever increas-
ing momentum in the months and years to come.

Early in the year, the Brotherhood sponsored a dinner and meeting to which the entire Congre-
gation was invited, and the speaker presented at thattime was Dr. Emanuel Garnorans, Educational Di-
rector of the U.A.H.C. of Cincinnati, Ohio, who was graciously and enthusiastically received.

On another occasion the Brotherhood had the pleasure of hearing a talk by Otis B. Hinnast, Execu-
tive Treasurer of the Jacksonville Y. M. C. A.

Rabbi Kaplan was ably assisted in presenting a successful Open Forum, an annual undertaking,

One of the most worthwhile and successful undertakings by the Brotherhood to date was the
Congregational Seder which was sponsored by the Brothehood, and at which over one hundred soldiers
and sailors from the Naval Air Station and Camp Blanding, in addition to members of the Congregation,
were present.

The years' activities were brought to a close by a most enjoyable joint program presented by the
Brotherhood and Sisterhood, at which members of both organizations were present.

The Brotherhood will resume activities in the fall, with a planned program for the year, and, it
is hoped, with a greatly increased membership.



Officers of Temple Brotherhood
HERBERT PANKEN ................... .. ......~ ......--- President
MORRIS ANSBACHER ................................ Vice President
ADOLPH W EIL, Jr. ..........-.... .........---- ...--- Secretary
M AX M EYER ...... ....... ..- ..-.......... .... Treasurer

Members of Temple Brotherhood

Morton Hirschberg Edward Morganstern Irving Goldberg
Walter Levy Ben David Joseph Glickstein
Maurice Bartley Max Moss Felix Glickstein
A. B. Weil R. J. Lowinson Isaac Peiser
Leonard Grunthal Abe Rothstein Ben Rothschild
Edgar Felson Herbert Panken Halle Cohen
Leo Wachtel Sidney Brown F. W. Newman
Herbert Meyerson Julien Benjamin Sam Weiss
L. P. Lippman Max Meyer L. E. Wolfson
Saul Wolfson Harold Van Balen A. H. Wyman
Morris Ansbacher Ben Eastman Joel Richards
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ON HIS
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CONGRATULATING RABBI KAPLAN
ON HIS 25th ANNIVERSARY

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ON HIS 25th ANNIVERSARY
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BdofAi 1. 4t[ Ifocd JVo. Soo of &'nai E'Bitl


The local Adolph B. Weil Lodge of B'nai B'rith has climaxed
another year of continued growth and expansion by being awarded
Sthe 1942 District Convention to be held in Jacksonville in May,
1942.
This honor by the District Grand Lodge, at its recent con-
vention held in Washington, D. C., recognized the fine record
achieved by the local lodge, and its reputation among the other
lodges throughout the Eastern Seaboard.
The awarding of the District Convention to the local lodge
was due chiefly to the work of the local delegation which attended
the Washington Convention. This was the first District Conven-
tion in a number of years, to which the local lodge filled its quota
of delegates. The delegates included the following: Nat Shorstein,
President of the Lodge, Dave Davis, former President, Laser Klep-
per, Max Rubin, I. M. Lieberman, Harold Leitman, Meyer Leibovitz,
and Clarence Ghelerter.
On the Labor Day Weekend of August 31st, and September
1st, 1941 the local lodge attended en mass the convention of the
NAT SHORSTEIN State Federation held in Daytona Beach at which time several
President members of the local lodge were elected 'to iffices in the State
Federation.
The past year has witnessed a full and complete program, and achievements of considerable note.
Among the outstanding achievements was the initiation of the Isaac Levin Class of seventy new members
in honor of the President of the Fifth District. Rabbi Julius Mark, noted lecturer and Rabbi of Nashville,
Tennessee. delivered the main address of the evening. The event was witnessed by several hundred per-
son and constituted a memorable tribute to Brother Levin, who was present for the occasion.
The lodge also sponsored several debates, one among the members and one with the Hillel Foun-
dation at the University of Florida. The first contest was between Nathan Schevitz and Montague Rosen-
berg, upholding the affirmative, and Harold Cohn and Dr. J. Weinreb, defending the negative of the
question: "Resolved: That every Jewish Community in America should have a council to serve as a
recognized spokesman for the Jewish Community in all matters except religious affairs." The other debate
featured the topic "Resolved: That Freedom of Speech in the United States should be Denied Those who
Advocate Religious and Racial Discrimination.". The local team was represented by Harold Cohn and
Philip Selber.
Another outstanding event on the year's calendar was an address by Rabbi Aryeh Lev, Assistant
to the Chief of Chaplains, United States War Department, who addressed an open meeting of the Lodge.
This was another well attended gathering and proved a source of inspiration for the further work of the
Jewish Welfare Board. Other speakers before the lodge during the year were Barney Cohen, past presi-
dent of the'State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges and the present State Anti-Defamation Chairman;
\illiam 1. Boxerman, head of the Florida Regional Office of The A. D. L. at Miami, and Al Pallot, member
of the Executive Committee of the Fifth District and Assistant to the Attorney General of Florida.
The past year also featured several round table discussions and "Quiz" and Information Please"
programs.
The lodge also continued its scholarship work in aiding deserving students to secure a college
education by its loans made to three deserving students. The local lodge contributed its share for the
continuance of the Student Union Movement at Florida Colleges and Universities. The local A. Z. A.
Chapter was also a recipient of the lodge's aid especially in the lodge's efforts to facilitate transportation
of the local chapter to the Regional and State Conventions. A new project recently initiated is the spon-
sorship by the lodge of an underprivileged Boy ScoutTroop.
\ith its many past years of service and achievement in the City of Jacksonville behind it, the lodge
looks forward to an even greater period of prosperity in 1941 and 1942. The 1942 B'nai B'rith District
Convention. which marks the 75th Anniversary of District Five, should prove a fitting climax to B'nai
B'rith history in Jacksonville.
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Officers of B'nai B'rith
Nat Shorstein ................................ .. President
Ira Stein ..........................-.. ....... ... st Vice President
A. B. Weil, Jr. ......................... 2nd Vice President
Morris H. Witten .... ............................... Treasurer
Philip Selber -........-......~..---....--....... Secretary
Abe Newman ........................................... Monitor
1. Silverberg ....................................... Ass't Monitor
Joseph Hackel .....-............................... Warden


Max Moss
Leonard Grunthal


Trustees
Max Rubin


David Davis
i. M. Lieberman


Herbert P. Meyerson

Members of B'nai B'rith
Ansbacker, Morris -........................ ...- 1030 Lynch Bldg.
Atlas, M ax ..................... ..- ...... ..... ... 601 W Bay St.
Allbright, Lester -.......-................ 1637 Belmonte Ave.


Baker,
Baker,
Baker,
Baker,
Baker,


B. .......... ..... ... ... .. ........ .... 925 W Bay
Bennie ............ ................. ............. .... 601 W Bay
Benjamin .............................. --- ..... 925 W. Bay
Marx ..........-- .... ...-... .... ...... 535 W Bay
Robert .......... ................. 935 W. Bay


Baiter, David ...


.........---...--........... .... 2028 Silver St.


Baiter, Joseph .................................. ..... 1100 Forest St.
Banks, Bert L ................................... 25 W. Forsyth St.
Bartley, Joe ..................... .... ... 1300 W. Adams St.
Bartley, Maurice ..... ....................... 2658 Dellwood Ave.
Becker, Jack ..........- ... .. ........................ 209 Broad St.
Becker, Joe ............................. .. 635 W. Bay St.
Berkovitz, B.................... ........ ..... 46 W. Forsyth St.
Berkovitz, M orris ............. .... ....................... 127 E. 7th St.
Begal, H. .........................-.............. 314 W. Forsyth St.
Benjamin, Roy ................ .-...--- .- ............ Bisbee Building
Berney, Bernard .................-............ 47 W. Adams St.
Besbris, Jack ............. ----.-................... 140 E. Forsyth St.
Bilgore, Aaron ........................ Western Union Building
Blair Harry ................................... .......... 10 Broad St.
Blattner, D. ......................... ..... ....... 301 W. State St.
Blattner, Jack .....................-..-............. 301 W. State St.
Blattner, Julius ....--. -........................ 301 W. State St.
Blattner, Sam ...........-... ... ...............-- Main and Union Sts.
Blitstein, Philip ............................................... % Levy's
Bloom. J. ............... ........................... 500 W. Church St.
Brown, Sidney J .................... .................... 1302 Barnett Bldg.
Bloom, H. ..... ................................ San Marco Apts.
Bloom, J. ....... ........... .................. 630 W. Forsyth St.
Bloom, Max ..........-.............................. 609 W. Bay St.
Bono, Louis ................... ..........-... 401 Broad Street
Bono, Mesod J. .... ..................... ......... ..... 1005 Forest St.
Bono, Moe .............-.. .................-..... 401 Broad Street
Bork, Philip ........................................... 224 Main St.
Bossen, Morris W.. ....... ................... Jax Produce Market
Brest, Alex ................................. Ft. E. Adams St.
Brooks, Maxwell ..-......... -......................... 12 Julia St.
Brown, Gilbert .........-- ......................... ... Cohen Brothers
Bryan, Sam ........-- ....-...------ ........... ........ 625 W. Bay St.
Bucholtz, Louis ..................................- ....Mutual Life Building
Bucholtz, Sam ........................................ Mutual Life Bldg.
Bucky, Fred, Sr. ................. -..... ....... .......... 2025 Park St.
Buns, A. ........... ........... ...... Gainesville, Fla.
Carlton, William ................................ 2857 College Street
Carter, Carl .............. .... ..................... Atlantic Beach
Chardkoff, A. ........................................ .. 725 Florida Ave.
Chepenik, Abe .................................. 1859 San Marco Blvd.
Chepenik, Ben ................................... 2923 Forbes St.
Chepenik, Meyer ............................ 2912 St. Johns Ave.


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Chepenik, N .......-.....-..-............-- -- 300 W Bay St.
Cherry, Maurice --.................................. --..313 Main St.
Cherry. Sam ...........- ......... ... .. 324 W. Bay St.
Cohen. Halle -....--.--..---.. ...... ...-....... % Cohsr, Brothers
Cohen, Louis H. .. .............. ......... 51 W. Bay St.
Cohen, Macy .......--.. .......... ...- 2337 Myra St.
Cohen, Mauray I. ....-............--. ....- 1631 Belmont Ave.
Cohen, Mesod I. -..... ...................... ........ 2204 Oak St.
Cohen, Nat F -................. 1206 W. River Oaks Rd.
Cohn, Harold S. ....---........... --.... --.... % Jacksonville Journal
Coleman, P. N. ---... -..... ....--............... Jenks Building
Coleman, R. L ----...--....--..-.......... .. 105 W. Adams St.
Cooper, Abe ............--..... ................... 216 Broad St.
Cowan, David --............-- ....---- ... 809 Aoosta Street

Datz, Sam ...............-...........- 1103 N. Myrtle Ave.
David, Ben .......... .................... ..- 1230 Belvedere Ave.
Davis, David .............................. 904 Margaret St.
Davis, I. ......- ........................ .. .. 1993 Franklin Street
Diamond, Abe .........-........................... 2748 Greene St.
Domb, Joseph ........................-.... 27 W. Forsyth St.
Dryfus, D. S .......--....... ................... 324 LaSalle St.


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Dwoskin. I .....-......
Dwoskin, Nathan .......
Drucker, S .....--.........

Edelstein, I ...............
Edwards, Al H ......
Edwards, Eli -.........
Edwards, I. IH. .. ..
Edwards, Joe ..........
Eskin, Max ...................
Ezzes, Harold .....
Ezzes, Henry ..............


.--.-.-...-..- Jax Produce Market
-....... .......-......... 422 W Bay St.
-. ......-...-..- 218 Hogan Street

.-...---...... .. ....- Rivera Park Apts.
............ ... 1534 LaRue St.
..--..... 40 South Hogan Street
......--...-...... ... .. 40 S. Hogan St.
--.....---- 2050 Gilmore St.
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1301 Main St.
-----. 935 Old Hickory Road


Fagan, Manual ......................... 29 W. Forsyth St-
Fagan, Joe ...............................-. .. 525 W Bay St.
Fagan, Sam ---...........-........ ....- 206 Main St.
Falis, Alex ...... ............. ......... -- 136 Philips Street
Feigenbaum, L...-........................ 2315 College St.
Feldman, Nathan .. ------........... ....... 20 E. Eighth St.
Felson, E. M. ................- ..........-.. -- St. James Bldg.
Fendig, Louis R .............................. 23 Buckman Bldg.
Finkelstein, Eli ..........--.....................- ..... Graham Bldg.
Finkelstein, Leonard .-.................... 24 W. Forsyth St.
Fletcher, Abe. .................................... 840 N. Myrtle Ave.
Fletcher, Ben ................................ 602 N. Myrtle Ave.
Flether, Julius ......................... 602 N. Myrtle Ave.
Fletcher, Sam ............ ................... 602 N. Myrtle Ave.
Foor, Mike -.....-...-.......-....... .... 212 Washington St.
Fraden, H. ................................. .. Jax Produce Market
Fraden, Joe -.............-....... ..-.... ....... 433 W 8th St.
Frank, Perry ...... ..........-.........-..- Foot of Julia Street
Freedman, Abraham ....................... 16 S. Main St.
Friodman, Max ................................. 2704 Dellwood Ave.
Friedberg, Max L .......................... 1360 Hollywood Ave.
Galinsky, Samuel ............................ 512 W. Forsyth St.
Gartner, Isadore ......... -........-........ 2331 Myra St.
Gendzier, Harry ....................- ....- .. 2831 Park St.
Gerbert, Elkin B. ...................... ... 42 W. Adams St.
Gerbert, Harry ................ ............... 42 W. Adams St.
Ghelerter. Morris .......................... 756 W. Adams St.
Ghelerter, Charles C. ........ .............- 756 W. Adams St.
Ghelerter, Irvin .......-..... ............. 756 W. Adams St.
Ginsberg, Clarence ......-...- ..- ................. 4525 Kerle St.
Glickstein, Dr. Felix ............. ........ .......... St. James Bldg.








Members of B'nai B'rith
G lickstein, Murray ...... ............. ... .......... Ft. Julia St.
Glickstein, Joseph M .....-..-........................ 9 N. Ocean St.
G offin, A. S. ............................. 334 E. 10th St.
Goldberg, Irving ..-----........ -.......... 408 W. Forsyth St.
Goldberg, K. ............ .. .......... .... 147 W Fifth St.
Goldberg, L. ................................. ... 825 N. Myrtle Ave.
Goldstein, M. W. .... ------.......--...... ...... ...... Graham Bldg.
Goldstein, Manuel ........................... 2815 Main Street
Goldstein, Sam ................. .............. ... 16 S. Market St.
Gordon, Robert J. ..................... ..... Jar Produce Market
Greenblatt, M. J. ........................... 2008 Riverside Ave.
Grossberg, Joe ......................... ..... 601 W. Bay St.
Grunthal, Dr. L. H. ............. ..................... 6. N. Hogan St.
Haber, Harry ........--- .......------- ............... 519 Main St.
Haber, Sam ..--............. ................... ..... 519 Main St.
Hackel, Dr. Carl .................................. ....... St. James Bldg.
Hackel, Joseph --------.............--............... 816 Sorrento Road
Haimowitz, M. M .............. ............. 1029 N. Myrtle Ave.
Haimowitz, P .................................... Jax Produce Market
Halpern, David ................-.....--....... 2726 Evergreen Ave.
Hammel, H. S. ............................... 35 W. Monroe St.
Hammerman, M. ....... ........-.....----- .. 1214 lonia Street
Harris, David ..... .................-........ .. 2648 College St.
Harris, Stanley ...-............. ..... .. ............. % Levy's
Hartman, Joseph ... ................- ..... ..-- Bisbee Bldg.
Hecht, I ............................. ....... 1505 Catherine Court
Henry, Eugene .....-...................-... 137 W. Forsyth St.
Hindin, Harry .................................... 141 W. Bay St.
Hirsch, Morris .................................. 27691/2 Oak St.
Hirschberg, Morton ......-............... ..... 1417 Boulevard
Hoffenberg, Seymour ...........--. 1029 N. Myrtle Ave.
Hollins, Melvin ...... ................-....-.-- .... 40 S. Hogan St.
Hollins, Milton ............................. ........ 2342 Post St.
Horowitz. ADe ........................-..... 1323 Edgewood Ave.
Hyken, S. C.......-.......------.. ..---- % Walgreen's
Isaacs, Nathan ........ .............. -..... 9 W. Adams St.
Jacobs, Felix ............ ...-....... .......- 1029 N. Myrtle Ave.
Jacobs, Henry .... ................ ---.. 1406 Laura St.
Jacobs, S. S .....................---....-- Hildebrandt Building
Jacobs, V. E ..................-..--.....- ----- 204 Laura St.
Jaffee, Harry .......................-------- 1018 Sorrento Road
Jano, Sol ...........--......-- --... ... --- ..----------- 814 Davis St.
Joel, Louis ....-....-.-------.---..--..-- Graham Building
Joseph, Sam ........................- ..---- 2505 Pineridge Road
Joseph, Stanley ........-.--.-- ---..---..--- --- 147 W. 9th Street
Kantor, Benjamin .... ....................-- % Cohen Brothers
Kantor, Erwin ..................- ......... Bisbee Building
Kaplan, Rabbi I. L. ................-........... 1647 Challen Ave.
Kass, M C. .-...................... .. .... ... 1743 Boulevard
Kassewitz, Samuel .............--... ........ Atl. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Katz, Harry --.......- ..-................. .. .- Bisbee Building
Katz, Hyman ..-....-...................-----.. Bisbee Building
Kinnis, Sam ............................... ... 4300 Talleyrand Ave.
Kipnis, Jerry ....................-......-..... 4300 Talleyrand Ave.
Klausner, Herman ..................-..--..... 2406 Liberty St.
Klausner, Monroe .........~................. 1050 Park Street
Klein, H. Ben ...............-........--... ...... 2585 Myra St.
Klepper, L. .............-- ..-...... .......... 138 W Bay St.
Klepper, S. J. ........ .................... .. 100 W Forsyth St.
Koffler, A. L. .......................... ......- Aragon Hotel
Kramer, A. D .... .........-- .............-- Jax Produce Market
Kramer, S.- D. ..............- ... ... ........ ..... 1911 Pearl St.


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Members of B'nai B'rith
Kramer, Henry ..................-...--..-....- 2321 Liberty St.
Krantz, Roland .....................--... ....- 402 Graham Bldg.
Kristle, Al .....1.....................----.... 1100 W Beaver St.
Kroser, Charles ................... ...---- -- 630 Davis St
Kugelman, Ed ......................---------- Lynch Building
Landau, Jack ........................... ........... 630 Davis St.
Lapinsky, J ................-- ...........---- ...-- Alantic Bank Annex
Lasarow, D. H ..................-. ... ...---- 2314 Post St.
Leff, Harry .......................................... 925 Main St.
Leibovitz, Meyer ....................--........ 825 Myrtlve Ave.
Leibowitz, Morris .......... .......----. 105 W. Bay St.
Leibowitz, Julius ............................ 139 W. Bay St.
Leitman, Harold ........................... 640 Myrtle Ave.
Leonard, Leo ......................................... 922 W. Bay Street
Levin, Irving ........................... .... ..... 1604 Kingswood Ave.
Levin, Claude .............-.. ...............- 601 W. Monroe St.
Lewinson, Richard ....................................... % Purcell's
Lieberman, 1. M .. ..... -.............. ................. Ft. Julia St.
Lippman. L. M. ....................................... 205 W. Bay St.
Lipschitz, A. ...................... .................... 919 King St.
Lovitz, Philip .............-..................... 2576 Edison Ave.
Lumberg, Alen ........................ .............. 1025 Florida Ave.
Marco, M. .............. .. .... --............... 2746 Park St.
Margol, Oscar ..................-................. 1443 Boulevard
Margolis, Rabbi Morris D. .............--..-.. 1431 Laura St.
Mark, Hugo -.....-........---- ......... ... 231 Laura St.
Markovitz, J ..............- .............---- 2047 Boulevard
Markovitz, V ......-.............-........--.-- 1824 Perry St.
Marks, Norman ........ .. ........... ---. ... 611 Main St.
Maza, B. ....... .......... ........... .. ... ..- 3125 College St.
Merlin, Theodore ...........-... ---....--. 412 Main St.
Meyer, Max .............----.........-... 840 W. Bay St.
Meyer, Sidney ......................-----..... 16 W. Forsyth St.
Meyerheim, Fred -....---------- ....-..----------- Furchgotts
Meyerson, Herbert .........-....-.-----..-..----- 119 Laura St.
Michaelson, Adolph .........-.......... 1029 N. Myrtle Ave.
Millard, Richard ...... ...-..--......--..-.. % Furchgotts
Miller, LeRoy ...................--.- .......... 354 W. Sixth St.
Mirkis, Max .........-......-...... ........ 613 E. Adams St.
Mizrahi, Joe ..................... ............ 1734 Perry Street
M izrahi, Ralph ...................................... ........ Bisbee Bldg.
Mizrahi, S. ....................... ........ .....- 1934 Perry St.
Morgenstern, Edward ................... Barnett Bank Building
Morris, Jack ...................................- 2726 Evergreen Ave.
Moscovitz, David ................. ... .......... ... 145 Broad St.
Moscovitz, Isadore ...............- .......---- 2754 Riverwood Lane
Moscovtz, Louis .............................. ........ .. 308 Main St.
Moscovitz, Louis J.............--.--....--..- 423 W. 7th Street
Moscovit.z Morris .................... ....-...--- 220 Broad St.
Moscovitz, Norman ....................----.. 145 Broad Street
M oss, Leonard ....... ............--..............- ... 2710 Park St.
Moss, Max .............. ...... ....... .- ..- 2730 Downing St.
Moss, Rudy .............. ................. .... ................ 308 M ain St.
Nachman, Harry ....................................... 400 Main St.
Newman, Abe ............. ....... ..-... ........ 927 W. Bay St.
Newman, Nathen ........................ ..-..... 927 W. Bay St.
Nimovitz, Morris ...................--...... .---- 1431 Laura St.
Nussbaum, Clarence ........ ....... ...... Clark Building
Oberdorfer, Dr. A. Z. ....-.. ........-....... St. James Bldg.
Oberdorfer, Max N. ..................... .--.- ... St. James Bldg.
Panken, Alfred ................. ........--..... 3893 Herschell St.
Panken, Herbert ............... Atlantic National Bank Bldg.


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Members of B'nai B'rith
Peiser, Isaac .......................-.. ................. 2142 Pearl St
Pinkoson, S. P. ...................- ........... 535 W. Bay St.
Pokorny, N ................. .......... ................. 129 W. Bay St.
Proctor, J ..................................................... 735 West St.
Pearlman, Saul ..................................... 1952 Pearl St.


Rachleff, Jake


Radbill, Dan ............
Ralph, A ....... ............
Ralph, Sidney ...........
Reinstine, Harry .........
Resnick, Irving .........--
Robins, A ........-
Robins, N. ..................
Rose, Max .........
Rosenberg, Al ............
Rosenberg, Jac ......
Rosenberg, Joseph ......
Rosenberg, E. M .......
Rosenberg, Montague
Rosenberg, William S.
Rosenblatt, Herman ...
Rosenblum, Frank ....


Rosenblum,
Rosenblum,
Rosenblum,
Rosenthal,
Rosentied,


Herman
John ......
Sheldon .....
David ... ..
Ben .......- ....


Rosenthal, A. J.
Rothstein, A. H.
Rothstein, I. ....
Rothstein, J ...
Rothstein, M. ....
Rubin, Max ......
Rieders, Robert
Sablow, M. M.
Sack, Martin ..
Safer, A. .............
Safer, Dave .......
Safer, Harry .......
Safer, Dr. J. V..
Safer, Joe P.
Safer, Max ....
Safer, M .........
Sandler, H. L.
Sapolsky, Lou .
Schemer, Henry
Schemer, I. L ....


............ .. ......... 1027 Cherry St.


........................ ....... Ft. Newnan St.
.....-..........--... ......- 904 E. Bay Street
................................. 904 E. Bay St.
................. ..... Atl. Nat. Bank Bldg.
-.-- ....-.----- 2842 Park St.
.....-.-.------.--. .. Clark Bldg.
.......... ......... .... 502 M ain St.
...--.--. ---- 212 E. Sixth St.
---.-.-. ---.. .. 314 Main St.
.-.- ...- ..-.- ..-.- 221 Laura St.
...-- ..-.- ..-- ..-- 1741 Pearl St.
. .....- ...-...-................- .. 221 Laura St.
.................................. G raham Bldg.
--. .........-- ........- Barnett Bank Bldg.
..........-.........-.............. % Furchgotts
....-..-.. ------------.. Hogan St.
.-.-..- .. ..----------.-.. Hogan St.
......................- ......-..-...... Hogan St.
..............-..................- ... Hogan St.
............ ..... ........... 40 S. Hogan St.
............................. 1001 M yrtle Ave.


-.-........- ....... .... 1360 Avondale Ave.
............... ....... ......... .. G raham Bldg.
-..-..-.-..-.- ....-- 2838 Herschell St.
-..-.--...- .... .-..- ...- .... 106 Broad St.
....--- ... .- ...-.- .. ........ 106 Broad St.
................. .........------ 312 W Forsyth St.
.-----.. ..-- ...-- ........---- 207 W 9th Street
... -.............. ... -- ...- ---..... 203 Laura St.
-..-...-.....-- .... .. ....... Atlantic Bank Bldg.
........-- .............. ........ 614 W Adams St.
-.-................... .~........ 614 W Adams St.
-....... ......... .. ..... .......... 1552 Silver St.
-..... ......- .....-....... ...... St. James Bldg.
.-..--..- ...-- ......- .... 2258 Laura St.
..--- ....-.-.-.- .. ... ... .... 515 Davis St.
.-..-....... ....-... ...-- 614 W Adams St.
.---..- ..-- ...-...- ..... 105 Main Street
....-........................- .... % Furchgott's
...-.-.- .......... ......... 206 Broad St.
............. ... 6114 Norwood Ave.


Schemer, Louis G .............................. ... 829 Main St.
Schevitz, Nathan ............................... Law Exchange Bdg.
Schwartz, Dan ................................ Atl. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Segal, J. D .....................................- 2963 Oak Street
Segal, Sidney ......................................... 2109 Edison Ave.
Seitner, Alfred ....... ................... ....... ... Cohen Brothers
Seitner, Col. R. L ..... .............................. % Cohen Bros.
Selber, Abe ............ .................. 2248 Dellwood Ave.
Selber, Hyman ..........-..................... .... 2833 Park St.
Selber, Philio ....................................... 35 W. 7th St.
Selber, Simon ............................... 35 W. 7th St.
Selig, Raymond ..................... ....... 212 Hogan Street
Seligman, Mort ................................... 741 W. Ashley St.
Sempson, M ....................................... 503 W. Bay St.
Setzer, Abe ...............................-- ...- 2929 Forbes St.
Setzer. Ben ..... .......... ............. 1847 Greenwood Ave.
Setzer, Isidor ...............-....................... 2710 Park St.


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Shapiro, Aaron
Shemer, A. ......
Sherman, Louis
Shorstein, N. H.
Shorstein, Nat
Silver. S ..........
Silverberg, I. ....
Simon, A. ........
Slott, H. .. .
Slott, Louis ...
Slott, Morris ...
Silverstein, Irving
Smith, Sam ..
Sneidman, Earl
Snider. David ...
Sobel, Harry ..
Sobel, Maxwell
Sobel, Si .........
Solin, Maurice
Spevak, Alex
Spiwak, J ......
Stein, Ben ....
Stein, L. A. ......
Strauss, Joe ......
Strumpf, Dr. I.
Surasky, Jack ...
Tat-. Chas. P...
Van Baalen, Har
Wachtel, A. H.
Wachtel, Dr. Lec
WVeil, A. S. Jr. -
Well, Nathan _
Weingast, B. ......
Weinred, Dr. Jo!
Weintraub, Harr
Weinstein, Ben
Weinstein, Leo
Weintraub, J.
Weiss, Al ..........
Weiss, Herman
Weiss, Meyer H
Weiss, Sam ...-
Wexler, George
Wilensky, Joseph
Wilson, Morris
W;tten, Ben ...
Witton, B. S.
Witten, Ike ..
Wi+ten, Isadore
Witten, Leon ..
Witten, Louis .
Witten, Max .....
Witton, Morris H
Witten, Dr. Sam
Wolf, E. .........
Wolf, Michael ...
Wolfe, Simon ..
Wolfson, Louis E
Wolfson, M.
Wolfson, Sam .
Wolfson, Saul -
Worman, S ......
Wurm, Lonnie
Wyman, A. H.
Yoffee, B. B. .....
Young, Joseph
Zacharias, P. W.
Zimmerman, Has


..........................---- ... 533 W Bay St.
........... 3819 Main Street
...............-- ...-.- ....- .... 634 W Bay St.
........-...-.-- ..-............... ... % Cohen Bros.
-..-- ......-----.............. ... % Levy's
------------ 218 Main St.
.-....-....-......... ......... ........... 107 W Bay St.
....----------........... 175 S. Myrtle Avenue
... .... .. ...... .. 1516 lona St.
-------- .. 2321 Liberty St.
........-------...............- 2321 Liberty St.
I -----..-------- ------------ 408 W Forsyth St.
............- 2148 Pearl St.
-.... .....-...-...- .... ............. 2710 Park St.
.--- ..-.--..- .... 147 W. 9th St.
.---- ....---- 257 Riverside Ave.
-... .... ....... 257 Riverside Ave
---....... -----......... ....-. 257 Riverside Ave.
----- ..... 106 Main St.
......---- ..- .-- 2765 Forbes St.
------------................... 925 W. Bay St.
-...-...-... --...... ...-... 1029 N. Myrtle Ave.
------... ............. ..... % Casino Theatre
................................. 29 W Forsyth St.
J. ... ........- .......... ...... St. James Building
.- 1523 Silver Street
.......................................... 1523 Silver Street
-..--- ---...---.. 234 W. Bay St.
old, Jr. ...............- 3208 Herschell St.
--.---- .........--------........... % Levy's
S-...- ....- ----..... ....- ..- ..- .. St. James Bldg.
...........................-- ---- ..... 2781 Green St.
------ -- .....- 204 Laura St.
.........----- ......... ----.... .. 137 W. Bay St.
seph .. ... .................. St. James Bldg.
y ..-....-.................- 147 W. 9th St.
...----.-----..- % Furchgott's
- ....-- ----.---.- 1011 Forest St.
....------- -................... 1465 Kings Road
.-...-- ...--.--.....--...- 747 West St.
...- ......-.------ 810 W. Adams St.
.. ................. --- ...... 334 W 5th St.
-...... .----------............ 124 W. Forsyth St.
.-............. ..... .. 410 W Forsyth St.
I --. ..-............... Law Exchange Bldg.
--.-----------.---------... .---- 758 Acosta St.
-..---...-- .......... ...... .... .2029 Perry St.
---.--- ......................... % Levy's
.---- .--.--.. 302 Main St.
-...................--------- 52 W. Fo-syth St.
---..-. -- --........... ... -..-.. 1829 Perry St.
.-... ...............---------. 2052 Myra Street
.....................-..... ---- 2051 College St.
-. -.-........................ ............. 635 W Bay St.
------ .......... ...- St. James Bldg.
.....---........ ....- 1029 N. Myrtle Ave.
--------..-.... -------. ..-- ..... 227 Hogan St.
.........----------- 3118 Oak St.
:. ---..................... 825 N. Myrtle Ave.
...... .-- ..- 825 N. Myrtle Ave.
.--. ------ .. 825 N. Myrtle Ave.
............................. 825 N. Myrtle Ave.
...--....-- -.----... 204 Broad St.
............................... ... Realty Building
--.-- --- .. 1006 Holly Lane
........................ .... 1029 N. Myrtle Ave.
-------------.................. 422 W. Bay St.
............................... % Cohen Bros.
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CLASS OF 1941
TEMPLE AHAVATH CHESED
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SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE Ist, 1941
Eleven O'Clock


ORDER OF SERVICE
Organ Prelude-Hear O Israel (Old Hebrew Choral) Weinberger
Festival Service Union Prayer book
Processional of Confirmands -
"Blessed Be Ye Who Come in the Name of the Lord" Choir
Invocation Ted S. Benjamin
Floral Offering Aileen Emilie Meyerson
Hymn "Hark the Voice of Children" Choir


THE TORAH SERVICE

Fed S. Benjamin
Taking the Scroll from the Ark --ed S. Benja
Jack Seitner
Blessing Before Reading from Torah Jean Benjamin
Recital of the Decalogue -- Jean Meyerson and Charlotte Lasarow
The Haftarah Jeanie R. Harris and Aileen Meyerson
Prayer __-- Hilda R. Weiss
Joseph M. Glickstein, Jr.
Return of Scroll to Ark Joseph M. Glickstein, Jr.
Vincent Goodman
Violin Solo-Larghetto-Mozart _- Mr. Werner M. Meyerhoff
Our Vow __- Vincent Goodman
The Confession of Faith Class
How Will Our Children Live? Jack Elias Seitner
The Importance of Religious Education Jean Benjamin
Behold the Bible! Jean Meyerson
We Join the Ranks Charlotte L. Lasarow
A Modern Ten Commandments __ Joseph M. Glickstein, Jr.
What Confirmation Mleans to Me! Hilda R. Weiss
Anthem-With a Voice Singing-Martin Shaw Choir
Presentation of Bibles and Confirmation Certificates -
Mr. Joseph M. Glickstein. President of Congregation
Our Confirmation Prayer ---- -- Jeanne R. Harris
Sermon-"If I Were a Member of the Confirmation Class" Rabbi
Blessing of the Confirmands Violin Obligato-Traumarei
Dismissal of Class to Receive Parental Blessing -
Organ Postlude March of Israelites (Oratoria of Eli) Costa
Benediction ---- ---- Rabbi


CHOIR

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Miss Martha Leipold
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Mr. and Mrs. Laser Klepper

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Klepper and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kramer

Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Lasarow


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JWFROM OUR FRIENDS AND THEIR FAMILIES

FROM OUR FRIENDS AND THEIR FAMILIES


Richard J. Lewinson

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Levin and Son

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Levy

Mrs. Gabe Lippman

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lippman and Daughter

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Luria

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lippman

Mr. and Mrs. L. P. (Bud) Lippman

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mack and Son

Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mark

Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mark and Family

Mrs. Flora T. Max

Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M'o3e,

Fred Meyerheim

Mr. and Mrs. Harlod Meyerheim

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Meyerson and Family


Mr. and Mrs. Max Moss

Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Mueller

Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Oberdorfer and Son

Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Oberdorfer and Son

Mrs. A. Ossinsky

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pokorny and Doris

Mr. and Mrs. H. Panken and Robert Nathaniel

Mr. Isaac Peiser and Daughter

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rachleff and Son

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reinstine and Sons

Mr. and Mrs. Montague Rosenberg and Danny

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Rosenblatt

Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Rosenfield

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rothstein and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rothstein and Sons

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sack and Sons


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FROM OUEa FIENDS AND THEIR FAMILIES

FROM OUR FRIENDS AND THEIR FAMILIES


Dr. J. V. Safer

Mr. and Mrs. Theo. T. Sander

Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Mueller

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schlessinger

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Segal

Mr. Mort Seligman

Alfred Seitner

Col. and Mrs. Robert Seitner

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Seligman

Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Shorstein

Mr. and Mrs. 1. Silverberg and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Shorstein and Daughter

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Springer and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stein and Sons

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Stein and Family

Belle Stomaken and Martha Isaac

Dr. I. J. Strmpf

Mr. Harold Van Baalen and Sons

Dr. and Mrs. Leo Wachtel


Mr. and Mrs. Simpson R. Walker and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiss

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Weil

Mrs. Albert Wilkinson

Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Witten

Mr. and Mrs. Ike Witten

Mr. Isidore Witten
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Witten
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Witten and Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wolfson

Mr. and Mrs. M. Wolfson

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolfson and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Wolfson
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Wurm and Daughters

Mr. and Mrs: Percy Zacharias

Mr. and Mrs. S. Fletcher

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Herman

Mr. Emanuel Greenstein and Son
Mr. and Mrs. Mont Barwald

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fischer


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MRS. LOUIS S. JOEL
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Striking remarks from the acceptance speech of the newly elected President Mrs. Louis S. Joel.


In accepting the presidency I have nothing to offer but my sincere willingness to work for the ideals
for which Sisterhood stands. These ideals which now as before call for harmony and cohesion among us.
We should bend every effort to make our synagogue a fortification to withstand assault. The fact that
we have survived is no indication or guarantee that we will continue to survive. While our people are
imperilled in lands across the seas, here in this blessed country we must make our stand and justify our
proud heritage. Our children must be guided both by our training and by our precepts.

Despite its failings the seat of our Judaism is the Synagogue. Without it we are spiritually atro-
phied. We have become smug and complacent with a devil may care attitude toward spiritual things.
Yet in time of travail we cry out to this powerful unknown force which ordinarily we treat very lightly.
I hope you agree with me that the work of the Sisterhood is more than just fund raising. Not that we could
function without money, but I believe it is our duty to foster good will, and to live according to the laws
and principles for which our great ancestors died. It is the single purpose of the Sisterhood to uphold and
:arry forward the religious principles for which our Temple stands.

When we pause to remember that we belong to a people which has given the world its moral
laws, much of its science, a great deal of its genius we should feel encouraged and inspired. Our pres-
ence is manifested all over the world; we have enriched every country in which we have lived. Above all
else we Jews love peace and are a peaceful people. We are industrious. We are kind and compassionate
in spite of cruelty to us. We have a remarkable history that should stir and exalt us to the heights. Yet
some of us wonder if all this is worth maintaining and upholding!

In this glorious America where we may still live as free men and women we find too many things
which occupy our time that are of trivial consequence so that nothing is left for constructive and solid
preparation for a bright future.

This to me is the Sisterhood's job. To create a renewed interest in our Temple and its departments
which affect not our ancestors but our children. To do less criticizing and give more help. To realize if
we weaken our synagogue we lose prestige. That if we are good Jews we are even better Americans.
We have no laws in our faith which conflict with those of our country as loyal citizens.

I should like to quote the famous American Statesman, Charles Carroll of Carrollton who said, "In
my life I always followed the precepts of my religion and found them in accord with the principles of
my country.


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The American Hebrew Congregations and the 14th Biennial assembly of N. F. T. S. held a convention
in Detriot, Michigan in April 1941. The theme of this convention was "Speak Up Religion". Again at
this convention the Hebrew Union College Scholarship fund was stressed. There is no tuition fee at the
College but for those students who cannot afford to pay there is a scholarship fund which gives them
maintenance at the dormitory. The cost of a scholarship is $350.00 a year.
The Sisterhoods built these dormitories and have maintained them all these years. Of course there
are many contributions made outright but most of the money is earned through the sale of Uniongrams.
There is also the Religious Education Fund which takes care of the Synagogue and School Exten-
sion work, and at present a great deal of attention is being given to the department of Youth Activites.
The Sisterhood is doing its part to help rehabilitate the refugees. At the time of the convention a
plea went out to help 50 children leave Lisbon. Sisterhoods all over the country responded to this em-
ergency.
Rabbi Michael Aaronsohn of Cincinnati who was blinded in the First World War commended
very highly the Sisterhood for its remarkable Braille work. Through the efforts of our women many
books have been prepared so that those who cannot see may have an opportunity to enjoy good reading.
Of course, everyone was urged at the Convention to help local British Relief Funds and to aid
the Red Cross. The convention also made a plea to all of its members to cooperate with the Defense Pro-
gram; that we contact the men at the camps and air bases and help to entertain them.

Through a fellowship from the N. F. T. S. one of our rabbis was able to study at the Graduate
School of applied Religion in Cincinnati. Experiments like this will help more to create better understand-
ing between Jew and Non-Jew than armies on the battlefield.
d. At the conclusion of the convention Mr. Robert P. Goldman, president of the Union said, "The
guilt for our lagging pace is not the guilt of one man or one board, but it is the collective guilt of a whole
generation of men and women who have become enamored of ideals other than religion. A revival of the
religious spirit is one of our greatest needs in this hour of crisis. We cannot afford to have another lost
generation. Let us give our hearts and our hands to a revitalization of our religious institutions and
thereby help American Democracy in its hour of crisis."-Excerpts from the message of the retiring Presi-
dent. Mrs. Sidney Brown, delivered before the May, 1941 Annual Sisterhood meeting.




OFFICERS OF THE TEMPLE SISTERHOOD
President .............. .................... ...... ............ ..--------- M RS. LO UIS S. JO EL
First Vice President ........................................ ........... M RS. HERBERT P. M EYERSO N
Second Vice President .................... .......- .........- MRS. BENJAMIN M. DAVID
Third Vice President .................................... .. ...................... M RS. M ARTIN SACK
Recording Secretary .......-...................-- ....- ...-..- ......... M RS. LOUIS KARSMAN
Corresponding Secretary .. ............................... ...- MRS. AARON OBERDORFER
Financial Secretary ............ -- ---------------......... ......... .. M RS. ESTELLE STERN
Treasurer .........................-..--........................ M RS. LAW RENCE M LIPPMAN

PAST PRESIDENTS
MRS. SIMON BENJAMIN MRS. ALEX WACHTEL
MRS. ISRAEL KAPLAN MRS. JOSEPH M. GLICKSTEIN
MRS. VICTOR STRASBURGER MRS. MAX L. FRIEDBERG
MRS. GERTRUDE CORBETT MRS. LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
MRS. LAWRENCE P. LIPPMAN MRS. SIDNEY J. BROWN

Chairmen of all committees are members of the Executive Board
All Past Presidents are ex-officio members of the Executive Board
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SISTERHOOD ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR 1940-41


Religion
MRS. HAROLD VAN BAALEN, Chairman
Sisterhood Sabbath arranged by Mrs. Herbert Zacharias.
Guest Speaker-Mrs. Arthur L. Lelyveld, Hamilton, Ohio
Reception-Mrs. Irving Goldberg, Chairman
Round Table Three such meetings held after Friday
night services.


Religious. School
MRS. O. L. SILVERMAN, Chairman
Succath Decorations-Mrs. Herbert P. Meyeson
SFruit for Succath-Mrs. Flora Max
Chanukah Party for children
Purim Dance for children
Pesach Seder for children-Mrs. M. H. Witten in
charge.


Peace
MRS. GABE LIPPMAN, Chairman
November meeting devoted to peace program
"Peace News Flashes" and current events.


Membership
MRS. L. H. GRUNTHAL, Chairman
24 new members admitted this year
Membership Tea.


Refugee
MRS. B. ROSENFIELD, Chairman
MRS. SAM WEISS, Co-Chairman
Parties for refugees to help social adjustment
Sponsored one girl at school in Ocala through individual
pledges
English classes-refugee school-under the direction
of Miss Ruth Wilfson and Mrs. M. Wolf.

Uniongram And Scholarship
MRS. L. P. LIPPMAN, Chairman
265 uniongrams sold


Social Service and Braille
MRS. SOL BRASH, Chairman
MRS. S. S. JACOBS, Chairman Braille
Co'nmittee earned part of money used to support this
project. Furnished orthopedic shoes to several crippled
children. Knitting materials supplied the Tuberculosis Hos-
pital. Year's subscription in Braille sent to blind girl.
Cigarettes sent Jewish inmates at Raiford. $25.00 con-
tributed toward the purchase of a brace child recom-
mended by Crippled Children's commission. 'Little Sister'
care of some young girl selected by this committee,
supply her w;th necessary clothing and give general
attention and guidance.
Mrs. S. S. Jacobs, chairman of Braille for 'the Sisterhood
was honored by the Red Cross with a Volunteer Service
oin for her work in Braillh


Youth Activities
MRS. LEONARD FINKELSTEIN, Chairman
Girl Scouts in charge of Miss Lucille Lippman


Sewing
MRS. JENNIE NATHAN, Chairman
14 choir for the junior choir
200 diapers for the Red Cross
50 girl's dresses for the Red Cross
30 complete layetttes for the Red Cross
15 girl's skirts for the Red Cross
50 sweaters for the Red Cross
2 scarfs for the Red Cross
75 squares for the Red Cross
Mrs. Naumberg alone turned 300 squares, I muffler and
a pair of socks.
Mrs. Max Morganthau Sisterhood representative at
Red Cross Headquarters.



Visiting
MRS. M. J. GREENBLATT, Chairman
This committee calls on all sick and shut-ins, as well as
new members.

Pulpit Decorations
MRS. HARRY FINKELSTEIN, Chairman
Members of the Sisterhood have graciously contributed
so that the urn in the Temple has had flowers at all
services and all special occasions.

Flowers For Special Functions
MRS. SI WOLFE, Chairman
This committee has in its charge the decorations for all
special functions. Members of the Sisterhood who have
gardens always contribute.


Literature
MRS. 1. L. KAPLAN, Chairman
MRS. LOUIS S. JOEL, Chairman Lecture Series
Mrs. Danica Deutsch five lectures in psychology
Mrs. I. L. Kaplan, five book reviews.


Catering


MRS. CHAS. MARKS, Chairman
Opening luncheon for the Sisterhood
served by this committee.


Temple Vestry
MRS. L. W. KARSMAN, Chairman
Floors refinished
New coffee percolator
Dishes, knives, towels etc., replaced
Bulletin board hung
Special thanks to Mr. Halle Cohen who
mittee every time he is called upon.


prepared and










helps this com-


Telephone
MISS FREDA WEIL, Chairman
This committee calls all members for parties, board
meetings and special occasions.

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Program
MRS. AARON OBERDORFER, Chairman
Program planned for the year in the form of a sym-
posium 'Women's Place in the World Today'
On the program were:
Mrs. Sam Kassewitz Rabbi I. L. Kaplan
Mr. Paul R. Kruse Mrs. W. J. Crosland
Mrs. Irving Levin Miss Redlinger
Mr. H. F. Worthington
Opening Meeting "Information Please"
March Meeting Violin Selections-Luke Ansbacher

Cradle Roll
MRS. A. H. WACHTEL, Chairman
All new babies whose mothers are Sisterhood members
are written notes of welcome.
This committee through the contributions of the new
bases or from other contributions is able to provide a
needy family with one quart of milk daily for one year.

Publicity
MISS BEATRICE PEISER, Chairman
All publicity for the entire organization is handled
through -our publicity chairman.


Religion
MRS. H. VAN BAALEN, Chairman
MRS. H. GERBERT, Co-Chairman
Mrs. A. H. Edwards Mr!
Mrs. H. Freed Mr!
Mrs. S. S. Goffin Mr!
Mrs. H. Greenberg Mr!
Mrs. M. Held Mr
Mrs. J. Hirschberg Mr:
Mrs. H. Jacobs Mr:
Mrs. J. Liebman Mr
Mrs. G. Lippman


Sabbath Round Table
Mrs. Jos. M. Glickstein Miss Beatrice Peiser
Mrs. 1. L. Kaplan Mrs. M. H. Witten


Peace
MRS. A. H. WACHTEL, Chairman
MRS. ARCHIE PULDY, Co-Chairman
Mrs. K. Breslauer Mrs.
Mrs. Sam Davis Mrs.
Mrs. B. Hirschberg Mrs.
Mrs. Sam Kassewitz Mrs.
Mrs. L. Klepper


J. Kohn
Max Moss
Ira Stein
Herbert Weiss


Refugee
MRS. ALEXANDER BREST, Chairman
MRS. EDWIN ROSENTHAL, Jr., Co-Chairman
Mrs. Roy Benjamin Mrs. L. P. Lippman
Mrs. P. N. Coleman Mrs. H. Meyerson
Mrs. N. Finkelstein Mrs. Milton Mueller
Mrs. M. Friedberg Mrs. Paul Nathan
Mrs. H. H. Harris Mrs. Ben Rosenfeld
Mrs. S. Kipnis Mrs. Ben Stein

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Hospitality
MRS. IRVING GOLDBERG, Chairman
Reception for Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weiss's Golden
Anniversary.
This committee arranges for the tea which is served at
every meeting.

Ways and Means
MRS. LOUIS JOEL, General Chairman

EXCHANGE
MRS. CLARENCE GINSBERG, Chairman
Rummage Sale under the direction of Miss Ray Halle
and Mrs. Sommers earned $87.45.
TRADE BOOKS
MRS. A. A. ROTHSCHILD, Chairman
Net earnings year 1940-41 $727.82
SOCIAL COMMITTEES
Mrs. Robt. Seitner, Chairman October ..... 56.50
Mrs. Roy Benjamin, Chairman January -.~..- 31.05
Mrs. David Harris, Chairman March .......... 35.50
Mrs. H. P. Meyerson, Chairman May -....--.... 43.76
Lectures .............................................. 60.50
M miscellaneous .............. ..... ......... 3.50


STANDING COMMITTEES

Refugee School
MISS RUTH WILFSON, Chairman
MRS. M. WOLFF, Co-Chairman


I. L. Marks
F. Max
M. Meyerson
J. Moscovitch
I. L. Moses
H. McCullough
N. Reinstein
J. Weiss


Religious School
MRS. SAM BUCHOLTZ,, Chairman
MRS. OSCAR SILVERMAN, Co-Chaiman
Mrs. M. Ansbacher Mrs. Hugo Marks
Mrs. H. Berns Mrs. Robert Seitner
Mrs. Edgar Felson Mrs. L. A. Stein
Mrs. H. Gendzier Mrs. M. H. Witten
Mrs. H. Lippman

Membership
MRS. HERBERT P. MEYERSON, General Chairman
All Past Presidents automatically serve on this committee

Uniongrams and Scholarship
MRS. I. L. KAPLAN, Chairman
MRS. MAURICE CHERRY, Co-Chairman
Mrs. M. Bartley Mrs. L. P. Lippman
Mrs. L. Fendig Mrs. Lonnie Wurm
Mrs. D. H. Lasarow Mrs. Herbert Zacharias

Youth Activities
MRS. S. J. BROWN, Chairman
MRS. BEN STEIN, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Mont Barwald Mrs. Edgar Kugelman
Mrs. H. Cohn Mrs. Si Sobel
Mrs. Leonard Grunthal Mrs. Sim son Walker

Program
MRS. IRVIN LEVIN, Chairman
MRS. HERBERT ZACHARIAS, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Archie Puldy Mrs. I. L. Kaplan
Mrs. P. N. Coleman Miss Beatrice Peiser








Defense
MRS. SAM WEISS, Chairman
MRS. BERNARD COHEN, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Sidney Brown Miss Rose Goldstein
Mrs. Sam Bucholtz Mrs. L. Grunthal
Mrs. Ben Eastman Mrs. H. Harris
Mrs. A. H. Edwards Mrs. Herbert Meyerson
Mrs. Edgar Felson Mrs. Edw. Morgenstern
Mrs. I. Goldberg Mrs. Martin Sack
Miss Ruth Wilfson


Social Service and Braille
MRS. JOS. M. GLICKSTEIN, Chairman
MRS. SOL BRASH, Co-Chairman
MRS. S. S. JACOBS, Chairman Braille
Mrs. R. Benjamin Mrs. B. S. Levy
Mrs. F. Bucky Mrs. Ruth Hope Leon
Mrs. H. R. Buckey Mrs. Harry Reinstine
Mrs. Harry Finkelstein Mrs. J. Weinreb

Literature
MRS. RUTH HOPE LEON, General Chairman
RABBI I. L. KAPLAN

Catering
MRS. MAX MEYER, Chairman
MRS. EDGAR M. FELSON, Co-Chairman
Mrs. H. Hammel Mrs. D. Safer
Mrs. C. Hillyer Mrs. L. Springer
Mrs. H. R. Lippman Mrs. A. B. Weil
Mrs. Harold Meyerheim Mrs. N. Weil
Mrs. A. Rosenfhal Mrs. A. H. Wilkinson
Se-'ina and War Relief
MRS. SIMON WOLFE, Chairman
MRS. M. MARCO, Co-Chairman
Mrs. S. Altmayer Mrs. Chas. Kramer
Mrs. S. Appel Mrs. Max Lenk
Mrs. Ida Beck Mrs. Mattie Lowensteil
Mrs. Ben David Mrs. M. Morgenthau
Mrs. Emma Goldstein Mrs. Jennie Nathan
Mrs. S. Halpern Mrs. E. W. Rosenthal
Mrs. Alex Jacobs Mrs. O. Silverman
Mrs. J. H. Heller Mrs. E. K. Stern
Miss Cassie Joel


Telephone
MISS FRIEDA WEIL, Chairman
MRS. H. BERNS, Co-Chairman
Mrs. A. Chardkoff Mrs.
Mrs. Leonard Finkelstein Mrs.
Mrs. Julius Mack Mrs.
Mrs. Max Meyar Mrs.


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F. W. Newman
H. Weiss
Arthur Stern
Robert Zurman


Pulpit and Flowers For Special Functions
MRS. DAVID HARRIS, Chairman
MRS. E. MORGENSTERN, Chairman-Flowers For Special
Functions
M rs. I. H. Edwards ................... ........... October
Mrs. Stanley Harris .......-..................- November
M rs. Sam Joseph ................................. December
Mrs. Harry Katz .............~...................... January
Mrs. Julius Mack ................ ............... February
Mrs. A. A. Rothschild ...--... --.. .................... March
Mrs. Theo. Sandler ................. ................ .. April
Mrs. Simpson Walker -................................... May
M rs. Sam W itten ............................ ...... .... June


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Business and Professional Women
MRS. WALTER LEVY, Chairman
Mrs. A. Barchan Miss Carrie Rothschild
Miss Cecil Cohen Mrs. M. Sablow
Miss Gertrude Cohen Mrs. S. Seligman
Miss Etta Extrawich Mrs. F. Sloten
Miss Rose Goldstein Mrs. B. Stomaken
Mrs. Sidney Meyer Mrs. G. B. Streng
Mrs. R. Pearlstin

Temple Vestry
MRS. M. H. WITTEN, Chairman
MRS. ARTHUR K. STERN, Co-Chairman
Mrs. M. Blankfield Mrs. W. Nathan
Mrs. L. Karsman Mrs. E. Steele
Mrs. Chas. Marks Mrs. L. Wolfson
Publicity
MISS BEATRICE PEISER
MRS. HERMAN ROSENBLUM, Reporter For Temple
Messenger
Visiting
MRS. ALBERT SOMMERS, Chairman
MRS. M. J. GREENBLATT, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Sol Brash Mrs. H. Van Baalen
Mrs. David Davis
Cradle Roll and Milk Fund
MRS. CLARENCE GINSBERG, Chairman
MRS. THEO. SANDLER, Co-Chairman
Mrs. M. N. Oberdorfer, Jr. Mrs. Philip Selber
Mrs. B. Roberts Mrs. Saul Wolfson
Mrs. L. B. Sherman
Civic Contact
MRS. LOUIS HOFF, General Chairman
Mrs. Roy Benjamin Miss Martha Isaac
Mrs. Dan Funkenstein Mrs. V. E. Jacobs
Mrs. J. H. Heller Mrs. A. Oberdorfer
Budget
MRS. PAUL NATHAN, Chairman
Mrs. L. M. Lippman Mrs. E. K. Stern


Hospitality
MRS. JEROME HERMAN, Chairman
MRS. E. P. BARWALD, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Louis Bucholtz Mrs.
Mrs. M. I. Cohen Mrs.
Mrs. R. L. Coleman Mrs.
Mrs. Dan Funkenstein Miss
Mrs. L. Greenbaum Mrs.
Mrs. L. D. Joel Mrs.


L. M. Lippman
D. H. Lasarow
Leo Mack
Gussie Nathan
A. Z. Oberdorfer
Barney Witten


Trade Books
MRS. MARTIN SACK, General Chairman
Mrs. Paul Nathan, Bookkeeper
Mrs. Mark Blankfield, Distributor
Mrs. Jos. M. Glickstein, Distributor

Ways and Means
MRS. BEN DAVID, General Chairman
Mrs. Ben Rosenfeld, Chairman Exchange
Mss Ray Halle, Co-Chairman








Members of Temple Sisterhood


Altmayer, Mrs. S.-Hotel Windsor .-.................... 5-6000
'Ansbacher, Mrs. Morris-1341 Avondale ......... 2-5437
VAppel, Mrs. Sarah-1925 Silver ........................... 5-5079-R
Barchan, Mrs. A.-145 W. Third St.
/Bartley, Mrs. Maurice-2658 Dellwood ....-............. 7-7781
\Barwald, Mrs. E. P.-2057 Post St .......................... 7-7966
Barwald, Mrs. M. W.-Loretto, Fla.
Bassett, Mrs. I.. F.-Macon, Ga.
\2eck, Mrs. S.-1777 Oleander Dr. ............................. 2-2679
\Aenjamin, Mrs. R. A.-3543 Oak St. ......................... 2-1218
'JVerns, Mrs. H. E.-3200 Park St. .-................... ... 2-4617
.fankfield, Mrs. Marks-1219 Nicholson Rd. .............. 9-2353
Xgrash, Mrs. Sol.-1640 Aberdeen ............................... 2-7223
Sfreslauer, Mrs. Kurt-406 Davis St. ......................... 5-3690
Brest, Mrs. Alex-2533 River Rd. ............................ 9-4133
Brown, Mrs. Sidney J.-1999 River Rd .................. 9-1970
.Bucholtz, Mrs. Louis -2762 Oak St ........................ 2-6858
B choltz, Mrs. Sam-1457 Edgewood Circle .............. 2-1057
Vuckey, Ms. H. R.-1743 Challen ........................ 2-5268
Bucky, Mrs. F. W.-2025 Park St. ............................. 7-7973
Chardkoff, Mrs. A.-2149 Mango PI. ...........--...--.. 9-3969
Cherry, Mrs. Maurice-1558 Alexandria PI ........ 9-4650
Cohen, Mrs. Bernard D.-2025 Post St. ............. 7-5111
Cohen, Miss Cecil-2518 Oak St....... ................. 7-4661
Cohen, Miss Gertrude-Hotel Burbridge ............. 5-5480
Cohen, Mrs. M. 1.-2204 Oak St. .........-.................. 7-7909
Cohn, Mrs. Harold-1539 Marco PI. ...................... 9-1334
Coleman, Mrs. k. L.-3702 Ortega Blvd. .....-......... 2-2377
Coleman, Mrs. P. N.-3311 Pine ........................... 2-5086
David, Mrs. Ben-1230 Belvedere ..................... 2-7
Davis, Mrs. Dave-904 Margaret ...................... .... 7-4068
SDavis, Mrs. Sam-1830 Silver St. .......................... 5-7796-J
Deutsch, Mrs. Danzia-2533 River Rd. ........................ 9-4133
Eastman, Mrs. Ben-1508 McDuff Ave. ..............- ....


Eckstein, Mrs. F.-1905 River Rd.
Edwards, Mrs. Albert H.-2209 River Rd. ................
Edwards, Mrs. I. H.-3450 Randall ..........................
Extrowich, Miss Etta-2741 St. Johns Ave ..............
Felson, Mrs. Edgar M.-1535 Alexandria PI. ............
Fendig, Mrs. Louis-1620 Edgewood ....................
Finkelstein, Mrs. Harry-1786 Challen ......-..........-
Finkelstein, Mrs. Leonard-3670 Herschell ................
Finkelstein, Mrs. Neal-Hotel Roosevelt ....................
Freed, Mrs. Harry-2660 Forbes .....................
Friedberg, Mrs. Max-1360 Hollywood .....................
Funkenstein, Mrs. Dan H.-2547 St. Johns Ave ......


9-4214
2-2203
2-4684
3-0366
2-3085
2-1006
2-2509
5-4500
7-5155
2-7369
7-6179


Gans, Mrs. Fannie-2209 River Road -.................. 9-4214
Garren, Mrs. R.-2214 Post St.
Gendzier, Mrs. Harry-2125 Myra ......................... 2-7328
Gerbert, Mrs. H.-1248 Laura -........................ 5-4333-J
Ginsberg, Mrs. Clarence-1717 Oleander Dr.......... 2-2679
Glickstein, Mrs. J. M.-1355 Edgewood ................. 2-7426
Goffin, Mrs. S. S.-1232 Laura St ............................ 5-5708
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Goldstein, Miss Rose-1520 Copeland .................... 7-6015
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Members of Temple Sisterhood
Greenblatt, Mrs. M. J.-2008 Riverside .................. 7-8106
Grunthal, Mrs. L.-3306 Oak St. ...................... 2-5088
Halle, Miss Ray-2305 Post St. .............................. 7-6256
Hammel, Mrs. H. S.-Park Lane Apts. .................... 7-8230
Halpern, Mrs. S.-2854 St. Johns Ave. ................ 2-7952
Harris, Mrs. Dave-2864 College ........................... 7-8208
Harris, Mrs. Herman-2547 St. Johns Ave. ............ 7-6179
Harris, Mrs. Stanley-3732 Pine ........................... 2-2300
Held, Ms. Martin-Jacksonville Beach
Heller, Mrs. J.-201 E. Monroe St ...................... 5-9677
Herman, Mrs. Jerome-Park Lane Apts. ............. 7-5585
Hillyer, Mrs. Chas.-2761 Riverside Ave. .............. 2-5843
Hirschberg, Mrs. Barney-1311 Talbot ..................... 2-6414
Hirschberg, Mrs. Julius-1217 Boulevard .............. 5-4344
Hoff, Mrs. Louis-1516 Laura St. ...................--.... 5-7749-W


Isaac, Miss Marfha-222 W. Seventh St.


....... 3-2384J


Jacobs, Mrs. Alex--1230 Belvedere .......................... 2-6825
Jacobs, Mrs. Henry-1206 Laura St. ............. 5-1931-J
Jacobs, Mrs. S. S.-1642 Donald St. .................... 2-7252
Jacobs, Mrs. V. E.-1905 River Road ...................... 9-4430
Joachim, Mrs. Chas.-2581 Park
Joel, Miss Cassie-2772 Post St. .............................. 2-7875
Joel, Mrs. L. D.-1302 Talbot Ave. ..-.................. 2-7677
Joel, Mrs. Louis S.- 1302 Talbot ........-.... .............. 2-1654
Joseph, Mrs. Sam-2505 Pineridge Rd ................. 9-4111
Kaplan, Mrs. I. L-1467 Challen Ave. ....................- 2-7234
Karsman, Mrs. L.-3204 Oak St ...............................2-5927
Kassewitz, Mrs. S.-1880 Ribault Ct. ........................ 2-4091
Katz, Mrs. H.-2819 College .................................. 7-6087
Kessler, Mrs. J.-2581 Park
Kipnis, Mrs. S.-2524 River Road
Klepper, Mrs. L.-1406 Ingleside ........................ 2-1239
Kohn, Mrs. Jules-2742 Riverside Ave.
Kramer, Mrs. Chas-Hotel Windsor ............-......... 5-6000
Kugelman, Mrs. E. M.-Park Lane Apts. ............... 7-7856
Lasarow, Mrs. D. H.- 2314 Post St. ......................... 7-7018
Lenk, Mrs. M.-2526 Forbes St .............................. 7-4423
Leon, Mrs. Ruth Hope-2601 Herschell ................. 7-6459
Levin, Mrs. Irving-1604 Kingswood Rd. ................ 9-1555
Levy, Mrs. B. S.-3572 Richmond ......................... 2-1224
Levy, Mrs. Walter-4906 Attleboro ..................... 2-2813
Liebman, Mrs. Joseph-207 W. Ninth .................. 5-8830-J
Lippman, Mrs. Gabe-3331 St. Johns Ave.............. 2-6474
Lippman, Mrs. Horace-2921 Oak St. ................. 2-5641
Lippman, Mrs. L. M.-3338 Riverside Ave .............. 2-5648
Lippman, Mrs. L. P.-Hotel Windsor ................... 5-6000
Lowenstein, Mrs. M.-1467 Challen Ave ............ 2-7234
Luria, Mrs. Herbert-1130 River Oaks Rd.....-....... 9-3368

Ma'ck, Mrs. J. L.-2794 Oak St ......................... ..-- 2-5042
Mack, Mrs. Leo-Neptune Beach
Meier, Mrs. Thea-617 Hogan St. ...................... 5-8021-R
S .Marco, Mrs. M.-2746 Park St. -................. 2-4361
' Mark, Mrs. D.-424 W. Sixth St. .... 3-0545-W
,.. Mark, 1 rs. Hugo-2489 *'*06l. .. _.... S
'Max'4iM rs. Flora T.-1520 Copeland ..................... 7-6015
Marks, Mrs. Chas.-768 Acosta S'. ....- ...... 7-0307
Mayer, Mrs. A.-2922 Forbes .................................. 2-5997
Meyer, Mrs. Max- 2252 Ernest ..........................-......... 7-8503
Meyer, Mrs. Sidney-1250 Belmonte Ter. ............ 9-2491
Meyerheim, Mrs. -larold-3254 Oak St ................... 2-4416









Members of Temple Sisterhood


Meyerson, Mrs. Herbert P.-Park Lane Apts. ....... 7-6348
Meyerson, Mrs. Morris-Jacksonville Beach
Morgenstern, Mrs. E. M.-1380 Talbot ................... 2-2033
Moscovitch, Mrs. J.-1325 Market St. .................. 5-7217-J
Moses, Mrs. I. L.-Hotel Windsor .......................... 5-6000
Meyerhoff, Mrs. A.-2219 Post St.
Moss, Mrs. Max-2730 Downing ........................... 2-5226
Mueller, Mrs. M.-Neptune Beach, Fla.
McCullough, Mrs. Harry-Atlantic Beach, Fla.


Nathan, Miss Gussie-2204 Oak St ....
Nathan, Mrs. Jennie-2526 Forbes St.
Nathan, Mrs. Paul-r2025 Post St ..... -
Nathan, Mrs. Walter-3641 Hedrick
New'man, Mrs. Floyd-2253 Post St.


.................. 7-7909
.................. 7-4423
....... ....... 7-5 111
................. 2-5290
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Oberdorfer, Mrs. Aaron-1857 Shadow Lawn ........... 2-2178
Oberdorfer, Mrs. Max-3415 Randolph ................ 9-3558
Ossinsky, Mrs. A.--Hotel Windsor ........................ 5-6000


Peiser, Miss Beatrice-1942 Pearl St.
Pearlstin, Mrs. Rebecca-2961 Park ....
Puldy, Mrs. A.-2740 Oak ................


.............. 5-8504-J
.................. 2-2648
................... 2-7249


Radbill, Mrs. D.-933 Pennsylvania Ave. ...............
Reinstine, Mrs. H.-1879 Ribault Ct. ...................
Reinstine, Mrs. N.-310 W. Church St. ..................
Roberts, Mrs. B.-Neptune Beach
Rosenberg, Mrs. M.-916 ist St.-Neptune Beach
Rosenberg, Mrs. W. S.-1419 Belvedere .................
Rosenblum, Mrs. Herman-3655 Herschell ................
Rosenfield, Mrs. Ben-3463 Sunnyside Dr. ...............
Rosenthal, Mrs. A. J.-1340 Northwood Rd. .........
Rosenthal, Mrs. E. W.-Hotel Windsor ..................
Rosenthal, Jr., Mrs. E. M.-1830 Mallory ...............
Rothschild, Mrs. A.-1418 Avondale ...................
Rothschild, Miss C.-Hotel Windsor .........................


9-5998
2-5901
5-3663


2-6360
2-1653
9-5816
9-3872
5-6000
2-3149
2-6183
5-6000


Sabel, Mrs. M.-Hotel Windsor .................. .. 5-6000
Sablow, Mrs. M.-2118 College ........................ 7-7246
Sack, Mrs. Martin-1308 Talbot 2-lOs8
Safer, Mrs. D.--1103 River Oaks Rd. ..................... 9-3578
Sander, Mrs. T. T.-1617 Glendale ........................... 2-1077
Seitner, Mrs. R. L.-1833 Willow Branch ................... 2-7446
Seligman, Mr. G.-2040 Riverside Ave. ............. 7-5856


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Seligman, Mrs. Sam-2526 Forbes St. ................ 7-4423
Sherman, Mrs. L. B.-1394 Belvedere ..................... 2-5984
Silverman, Mrs. Oscar-1637 Edgewood Ave .......... 2-3358
Sobel, Mrs. S.-2319 Broadmoor ............................. 9-4327
Sommer, Mrs. A.-2305 Post St ............................. 7-6256
Spindell, Mrs. S.- 4538 Kerle ................................... 2-3906
Springer, Mrs. L.-1130 Holmesdale Rd................. 9-3782
Steele, Mrs. Erwin-617 Hogan ............................ 5-8021-R
Stein, Mrs. Ben- 1019 Elder Lane ............................ 9-5533
Stein, Mrs. C.-350 E. 17th St.
Stein, Mrs. Ira- 2642 College ................................... 7-8260
Stein, Mrs. L.-1013 Maple Lane ............... ...... 9-3513
Stern, Mrs. A.-3019 Sydney St ............................. 2-4453
Stern, Mrs. Estelle G.-2526 Forbes .................. 7-4423
Streng, Mrs. Geo.-2836 Herschell ........................... 2-5293
Stomaken, Mrs. Belle-222 W. Seventh St ............ 3-2384-J
Van Baalen, Mrs. H.-3208 Herschell ................... 2-5627
Wachtel, Mrs. A.-1325 Donald St ......... .......... 2-7832
Walker, Mrs. S.-Arlington River Hills ............. 9-257f
Walzer, Mrs. Rosa-Atlantic Beach, Fla. 'Box 454
Weil, Mrs. A. B.-2658 Dellwood ................. 7-7781
Weil, Miss Freda-2061 Forbes ........................... 7-5442
Well, Mrs. N.-2061 Forbes ......................... 7-5442
Weinreb, Mrs. Joseph-Jewish Welfare Board ......... 5-7545
Weiss, Mrs. Helene-2526 Forbes St. ................... 7-4423
Weiss, Mrs. Herbet-2110 Mango PI. ................ .. 9-3391
Weiss, Mrs. Jacob-2063 Myra St. ............................. 7-5807
Weiss, Mrs. Sam-1801 Largo PI. ..................... 9-4166
Wilfson, Miss Ruth-Francis Court Apts. .......... 7-7110
Wilkinson, Mrs. A.-943 Brookwood Rd. .................. 9-4025
Witten, Mrs. B.-Park Lane Apts. .......................... 7-6668
Witten, Mrs. M. H.-1018 Holly Lane .................... 9-5082
Witten, Mrs. Sam-2632 College ............................ 7-7513
Wolfe, Mrs. Si'mon-3693 Richmond ...................... 2-6068
Wolfe, Mrs. Media-1140 lonia St. ................. 5-8056-M
Wolfson, Mrs. Louis-1270 Belmont Ter. .................. 9-5044
Wolfson, Mrs. Sam-916 Cordova PI. ............... 9-3012
Wolfson, Mrs. Saul-1898 San Marco Blvd ............ 9-207J.
Wurm, Mrs. L.-1816 Dupont Circle ................... 2-1694

Zacharias, Mrs. H.- 838 LaSalle ............................ 9-1650
Zerman, Mrs. R.-2802 St. Johns Ave. ...................... 2-7812 --'
Zloten, Mrs. Frank -3563 Valencia Rd. ............... 2-1507


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AIMS OF HADASSAH

i. IN PALESTINE: Hadassah works to protect the life and
to strengthen the morale of the Jewish National Home with special
emphasis on the needs of youth.

2. IN THE UNITED STATES: Hadassah endeavers to
give its members an understanding of the relation of Zionism to
world happenings and also, in consonance with Jewish ideals, to
S. work for the protection of democracy and all its institutions so that
together with other Americans we may continue to foster and safe-
j- guard the American way of life.

THE HADASSAH PROGRAM
The Hadassah Medical Organization at work in Palestine
1M M" through a countrywide system of hospitals and medical research
centers, seeks to conserve and upbuild the health of the civilian
centers, seeks to conserve and upbuild the health of the civilian
Spopulation-Jew, Arab and Christian, and through the mobiliza-
-- -_ tion of all its facilities to aid in the defense of the Holy Land in
MRS. JOSEPH STRAUSS a world at war.
President

THE HADASSAH EMERGENCY PROGRAM HAS PROVIDED FOR -
1. Hundreds of extra hospital beds.
2. Establishment of a large hospital fund so that indigent patients from the entire country may be
hospitalized.
3. Entrance into the high-incidence malarial districts and the waging of a victorious combat against
the swamps and the malaria bearing mosquito.
4. Training of a large corps of volunteers in Palestine for hospital service in event of emergency.
5. Courses, in conjunction with the Hebrew University, to physicians, military and non-military, to
nurses and orderlies in air raid precautions and war surgery.
The Jacksonville Chapter of Senior Hadassah contributed to these activities with funds raised
from the annual fall dance in November, and through the annual donors banquet held in May.
Through the opening Thrift Luncheon in October and a series of chain Thrift Luncheons held in
the spring, the local chapter also aided in an expanded Palestinian program of Child Welfare.
This year Hadassah tripled its subsidy for school luncheons and nutritional education in Pales-
tine. reaching a total of 100 schools and 54 kindergartens. The infant welfare stations were increased from
28 to 38 throughout the country, offering non-sectarian service.
The youth program was further extended in Palestine through the Youth Aliyah movement
which is cooperating with all agencies seeking new transit countries and routes for Youth Aliyah
children, wvho are still entering Palestine by the hundreds.
In Eretz Israel, Youth Aliyah embraced a youth program of training for refugee and native
Palestinian children.
It is through the Jacksonville Jewish Community Council that contributions for this phase of
Hadassah work is raised locally.
Page Seventy-nine







By means of a linen shower held in March and by sewing groups which met all year throughout
the city, linens and clothing were sent to Palestine.
Hadassah again contributed, locally, to the war needs of Great Britain by knitting for the Red
Cross. Over 75 sweaters and 7 shawls were made.
Hadassah, in Jacksonville, also contributed to the Jewish National Fund, which is devoted to the
purchase, reclamation and reforestration of the lands in Palestine.
In accordance with the Hadassah program of education in the United States, the Jacksonville
chapter conducted a study group last year. One a month an Oneg Shabbat was held in the home of a
member and an educational program presented. In November all Hadassah groups in the city partici-
pated in a giant education night program.
As a member of the Federation of Women's Clubs, Hadassah aided the Defense program in
Jacksonville by contributing to the Armed Service Center.
In Cooperation with the Jewish Welfare Board here, Hadassah has participated in the entertain-
ment of service men stationed in this locality.
An important part of Senior Hadassah is the Business and Professional Women's Division whose
program is cultural in nature. The fund raising activities of this group are in cooperation with the Senior
ch.pter. This year the Business and Professional Women have proven of valuable assistance to the Jack-
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Officers of Senior Hadassah


MRS. JOSEPH STRAUSS ..----..................................... President
MRS. ISIDORE MOSCOVITZ ................:.. Ist Vice President
MRS. IKE WITTEN ................................ 2nd Vice President
MRS. HERBERT PANKEN ...................... 3rd Vice President
MRS. DAVID COWAN ............................ Recording Secretary
MRS. JACOB BECKER ..........T.................................. Treasurer
MRS. BERNICE BAKER ................ Corresponding Secretary
MRS. PERRY KANTOR .......................... Financial Secretary
MRS. SAM WITTEN .........-........................ Executive Secretary

Members of Senior Hadassah
Abrams, Mrs. Harry-1261/2 W. 6th ............................2-6788
Albright, Mrs. Lester-1637 Belmonte .................... 9-2724
Atlas. Mrs. Max-2241 Post St. .................................... 7-4201
Austin, Robert
Baker, Mrs. Ben-1207 Frederica Place ................ 2-7275
Baker, Mrs. Beni. E.-2264 Myra St. ...........-....... 7-7335
Baker, Mrs. Marx-2325 Post St. ............................... 7-4345
Baiter, Miss Adele-2130 Gilmore ........---................7-6635
Baiter, Mrs. Jos.-2130 Gilmore --.................................7-6635
Baiter, Mrs. M.-1826 Silver St. ............................ 5-8541-M
Banks, Mrs. B. L.-932 Old Hickory Rd. ....-.............. 9-1087
Bartley, Mrs. Jos.-433 W. 25th St. .....................-... 5-7938
Bartley, Mrs. Maurice-2648 Dellwood Ave. ........... 7-7781
Barwald, Mrs. M. W.-Mandarin. Fla.
Becker, Mrs. B.--115 W. 4th St. ........................... 3-1319-M
Becker, Mrs. Jack-345 W. Ilth St -...................... 5-8449-M
Becker. Mrs. Joe-2683 Post St. ................................ 7-6721
Becker, Mrs. Lillian K.-Box 685, Palatka. Fla.
Bell, Mrs. L.-920 King St.
Berk, Mrs. B-1454 Belvedere .................................. 2-6904
Bernstein. Mrs. S.-301 Florida Avenue ....-- ...--...... 5-9582
Biscow, Mrs. A.-2057 College St. .........----.. ....-...... 7-8517
Blattner, Mrs. Joe-962 Cherry St. ............................ 2-5101
Blattner, Mrs. Sidney-758 Acosta St. .........- ....... 7-5432
Block, Mrs. Robert-35 W. 7th St. ........-..---.---... 5-2149-W
Bloom, Mrs. J.-2721 Thornwood Lane .-- -........ 9-3704
Bono, Mrs. Florence-1834 Pearl ............................... 3-3219-J
Bono, Mrs. M. J.-2761 Forbes St. ................---- ... 2-4547
Bork, Mrs. Morris-Lake Marco Apts. ..............-----.. 9-2582
Bork, Mrs. Philip-2245 Post ......--.............. ................-7-5643
Bossen, Mrs. Morris-1255 Belvedere ......................... 2-5120
Brash, Mrs. Sol-1640 Aberdeen Ave .-.....-.....-......... 2-7223
Breslauer, Mrs. K.-406 Davis .............-- ....................5-3690
Brest, Mrs. Alex-2533 River Road .......................... 9-4133
Brooks, Mrs. M.-1034 Riviera ............-....-............... 9-3065
Brodia, Mrs. Harry-3641 Hendricks .....................- 2-5290
Brown, Mrs. S. J.-1999 River Rd. -.......---.................. 9-1970
Bryan, Mrs. Sam-2350 Gilmore St. .-...-................. 7-5253
Bucholtz, Mrs. L.-2762 Oak St. ............................ 2-6853
Bucholtz, Mrs. Sam-1290 Talbot Ave ..................--... 2-1057
Carasik, Mrs. Sidney-1951 Silver St. .................... 3-0438-M
Carlton, Mrs. Sam-2857 College St. .................... 7-7736
Carter, Mrs. J.-Atlantic Beach. Fla.
Chepenik, Mrs. Abe-1859 San Marco Blvd. ........ 9-1793
Chepenik, Mrs. Ansel-1859 San Marco Blvd .......... 9-1794
Chepenik, Mrs. Ben-2923 Forbes ..--....................... 2-6948
Chepenik, Mrs. Meyer-2912 St. Johns Ave......... 2-6124
Chepenik, Mrs. N.-1968 LargoPI. .................:....-..... 9-1992
Chermak, Mrs. R. R.-2063 Post St. .......-............... 7-6760
Cherry, Mrs. M.-1558 Alexandria .............................. 9-4650


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Cherry, Mrs. S.-1040 Holly Lane ..........................
Cohen. Mrs. J.- 2337 Myra St. ..... ......... .........
Cohen, Mrs. Mauray-1631 Belmonte Ave. ..........
Cohen, Mrs. N. F.-1206 River Rd. .......................
Cohen, Mrs. Sidney X.-2886 Post St. ....................
Cohn, Mrs. Harold-1539 Marco PI ......................
Coleman, Mrs. R. L.-Frances Marion Shon .........-
Cooper, Mrs. A.-2851 Sydney St .......................
Cowan, Mrs. David-809 Acosta St ........................


Datz, Mrs. Sam-731 Acosta St......-.........
Davis, Mrs. Dave-904 Margaret St ........................
Davis, Mrs. David M.-1504 LaRue ......................
Davis, Mrs. Sam-2032 Silver St .......................
Dayan, Mrs. D.- II 0 Holmesdale Rd ...-
Deutsch, Mrs. H.-433 W. 7th
Deutsch, Mrs. L.-2533 River Road ...........................
Diamond, Mrs. Abe-2748 Green St .....................
Diamond, Miss Ruby-Hotel Floridian, Tallahassee,
Dwoskin, Mrs. Nathan-2810 Downing St. ......

Edwards, Mrs. 1.-2057 Dellwood Ave. .................
Eskin, Mrs. Max- 2308 Myra St ............... ..........
Fagan, Mrs. A.- 1230 Oak St. ..................... .........
Fagan, Mrs. J.-1525 Catherine Ct. Apts. .........
Fagan, Mrs. Mannie-2017 Perry St. ......... ...........
Feldman, Mrs. M.-2205 Post St. .............-.......
Felson, Mrs. E. M.-1535 Alexandria PI. ..................
Feigenbaum, M rs. L. .............................. ..-.......
Fink, Mrs. Chas.-2653 Gale Court ......................
Finkelstein, Mrs. H.-924 Margaret St ............-..
Finkelstein, Mrs. Neal-Roosevelt Hotel
Fletcher, Mrs. Abe.-2615 Forbes St. .................
Fletcher, Mrs. S.-1831 Boulevard ........... 5
Friedman, Mrs. Chas.-1731 lonia St ................. 3
Friedlan, Mrs. Nathan-4633 Sappho ......... ........


Galinsky, Mrs. S-521 W. Forsyth St..........
Gamce, Mrs. Sam-1443 Boulevard ...................
Gartner, Mrs. 1.-1622 Walnut St...........
Gelberg, Mrs. Leo-Lake City, Florida.
Gelb'man, Mrs. M.-1332 Monticello Rd....
Gendzier, Mrs. Harry-2831 Park St. .............
Gerbert, Mrs. Harry-1460 Laura St .............
Ghelerter, Mrs. M.-242 Schofield St. ............
Glickstein, Mrs. Jos.-1355 Edgewood Ave ...
Goffin, Mrs. A. S.-334 E. 10th St .-..........-
Goldberg, Mrs. Louis-2704 Dellwood Avenue
Goldstein, Mrs. A.-717 Oak St. ................
Goldstein, Mrs. M-6912 Bloxham ...........
Gordon, Mrs. Robt.-1017 Talbot Ave. .......
Gordon, Mrs. Wm.-2973 Forbes ......-...............
Greenblatt, Mrs. M. J.-1708 Margaret St. .
Gross, Mrs. J.-1960 Walnut
Grunthal, Mrs. Leonard-1318 Avondale Ave.

Haber, Mrs. H.- 2319 Oak St. ........... ......
Haber, Mrs. Sam-2024 Herschell St. ........
Hackel, Mrs. J.-816 Sorrento Rd. ......... ..
Haimowitz, Mrs. M.-1535 Marco PI .............
Haimowitz, Mrs. Pete-2903 Forbes St. ...-.
Halpern, Mrs. S.-2824 St. Johns Ave. .....
Hammerman, Mrs. Maurice-1414 lonia St....
Harris, Mrs. David-2648 College St ...-....


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Members of Senior Hadassah
Harris, Mrs. B.- 2336 Herschell .................................. 7-6733
Held, Mrs.-% Mrs. Mueller, Jax Beach, Fla.
Heller, Mrs. H. J.-218 E. Adams St.
Henry, Mrs. Eugene-137 W. 4th St ................. 5-8240-W
Heyman, Mrs. H. 1445 Hubbard St .................... 5-8614-J
Hindin, Mrs. Harry-2340 Post St. .................. 7-5988
Hirsh, Mrs. Berman-2820 LaViera St.
Hirschberg, Mrs. J.-1417 Boulevard ..................... 5-4344
Hollins, Mrs. Milton-2342 Post St. -................. 7-4948
Horowitz, Mrs. Abe-1323 Edgewood Ave. ........ 7-6096
Horowitz, Mrs. B.-908 E. Bay St.
Hyken, Mrs. S.-1034 Riviera Rd. ............................... 9-4897
Issac, Mrs. Herbert-1648 Mallory St. ................ 7-2410
Isaac, Mrs. N.-1721 San Marco Blvd ...................... 9-4723
Isaacs, Mrs. I.-1333 Rosselle ......................... 3-9342
Janow, Mrs. Sol-2602 Park St. ........................... 7-7861
Jaffee, Mrs. H.-1026 Sorrento Rd. ........ ............9-5856
Joel, Miss Cassie-2772 Post St. ............................ 7-8280
Joel, Miss Ethel-2772 Post St. ............................ 7-8280
Joel, Mrs. H. H.-934 Barrs ................................ 7-7589
Joel, Mrs. L. D.-1365 Belvedere Ave. ................ 7-8110
Joel, Mrs. Louis S.-1302 Talbot Ave. .... ............. 21654
Joseph, Mrs. Sam-2505 Pineridge Rd., S. Jax ... 5-5333-M
Kantor, Mrs. Perry-2644 Dellwood Ave. ............ 7-4486
Kaplan, Mrs. Israel L.-1467 Challen Ave .......... 7-6691
Kass, Mrs. Charles-1743 Boulevard .................... 5-4464
Kassewitz, Mrs. Sam-2969 Herschell St. .............. 7-6988
Katz, Mrs. Harry-2819 College St. .................. 7-6087
Katz, Mrs. Hymen-2594 Oak St. .................. 7-6871
Kipnis, Mrs. Samuel-River Road
Klausner, Mrs. Herman-1290 Edgewood Circle ..... 2-5041
Klein. Mrs. B. H.-1719 N. First St., Jax Beach
Klepper, Mrs. L.-1406 Ingleside Ave. ........... 2-1239
Kline, Mrs. H.-2798 Forbes St. ...................... 7-7487
Kohn, Mrs. Jules J.-212 Hogan St .................... 5-0886
Kramer, Mrs. A. D.-1018 Sorrento Rd. ...................... 9-5618
Kramer, Mrs. H.-1252 Belmonte Ter. ...................... 9-1858
Krantz. Mrs. Roland-2702 Dellwood Ave. ............ 7-6816
Krestul, Mrs. J.-2241 Perry St ................................ 3-1925-J
Landau, Mrs. Jack-2664 Dellwood Ave. ............. 7-3529
Lapinsky, Mrs. J.-1322 Challen Ave. ............ 7-7062
Lasarow. Mrs. D. H.-2314 Post St. ..................... 7-7018
Leff, Mrs. H.-956 Elder Lane ................................. 9-5688
Leitman, Mrs. M.-1235 Frederika PI. ................ 7-7992
Lenk, Mrs. Margaret-2526 Forbes ........................ 7-4423
Levin, Mrs. Irving-1604 Kingsford Rd .................. 9-1555
Levin, Mrs. J.-1847 Boulevard ............................. 5-5540-R
Leiberman, Mrs. I. M.-3014 Park St ................ 7-3947
Lasris, Mrs. Ben-358 W. I lth ................................. 3-1979-R
Lippman, Mrs. L. M.-3383 Riverside Ave. ............ 7-4137
Lippman, Mrs. L. P.-2311 Myra St......................... 7-3262
Lipshitz, Mrs. A.-1845 Greenwood Ave............... 2-1788
Lipson, Mrs. 1.-2017 Perry St.
Lipinsky, Mrs. Martin-19161/2 Silver
Lapinsky, Mrs. Freida--19161/2 Silver
Lovitz, Mrs. P.-2135 College St ............................ 7-3182
Lovitz, Mss. Sam-1409 Ingleside Ave. .................. 2-2165


Mack, Mrs. Sid-3643 Post St. ..............................
Mack, Mrs. Ulyses-3643 Post St ............................
Marco, Mrs. M.-2746 Park St ................................


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Members of" Senior Hadassah
Margol, Mrs. M.-1537 River"'Oa1s Rd. ......:: 9-2393
Margol, Mrs. O.-124' Boulevard _.-...;:-----.-- :5-8535-W
Markovitz, Mrs. V.-1824 'Perry St. ........- 3-103--W
Mar-s .Mrs. D. L.-424 W. 6th St..... 30545-W
Menelson, Mrs. Sain-Box 509, Tallahassee Flae
Mein, Mrs. Theo.-412 Main St. ............ ...... 3-0620
Meyierson, Mrs. Herbet-lark Lane Apts. ...... 7-6348
Ieyerson, Mrs. M.-80(8 First St.. Jax Beach
killer, Mrs. Leroy- 354" W'.6h St. ..............5-
Mirkis, Mrs. Max- 217j E jist t. ...... ..-.......... 5-6933
Mizrahi, Mrs. J.-339 W. 8th St.. .......... -852'1-~
Mizrahi, Mrs. Ralph-1994 Largo'Rd -'--_.........-_...: 9:-929
Mizrahi, Mrs. S.-1934 Resry,.-St. I...-;--....... 5r3854-J
Morgenstern, Mrs. 1.-83, ., Church St. ;---,...- :5-5339-W
Morris; Mrs. Jack-1624 Silve.r .,,rl........... 3~115)-W
Moscovitz, Mrs. Dave- .....,.- ..-...... 7-6750
Uloscovit, Mrs. 1.-2754 Riverwood Lane .....9- 9-4044
,scovitz, Mrs. Louis-28 ? "-erschell St. 2-7901
loscovitz. Mrs. Morris-1 3W. Bay St. ,
ss Mrs. Leonard-1812 Riviera Rd. 2-1596
Moss, Mrs. Max-Box 693 ...... : ........... -5g26
Moss. Mrs. Rudy--1393 Ingleside Ave ...-.... 2-1622
Mueller, Mrs. M. B,.-933 'i 2nd Ave., Jax'# 'eac',
Meyerhoff, Al ert -l 'l Ki i St. !

Sbin, Mrs. A.3. W, 24th .;..3-236
N~ghman, Mrs. H.--17%5Be n ..- .. 9-2747
, Man, Mrs. M72-285 E8 nst, St,. -.., -7753
4.than. Mrs. H. G.-J i ssup, Georgia ,
than, Mrs. Rebecca-364l41 Hendrick ...; 2-5290
Newman, Mrs. Nathan-2523 yra t.... ....... 7-7371,
Newan, Mrs. P.-3638 Welsh
Oberdorfer, MIs. '1vMay.Sr'f830' M'allory St;. ---- 7-2297
6usinsky, Mrs. A.--WiidsoPi-'rf tel 56.o :.6:_._- '_:0- o
Pe&t,;Mrs. H.-332 E.th ,. ..-.......- ..- 5-653.9
Picus, Mrs. D.-924 Old hbliakory :-.............:.. .... 9-3286
Pilton, Mrs. Ernest-171 7 Dunsfordi Rd; .-............. 9-3028
Pokerny, Mrs. Nat-Lake MaFic Apt..... ........ ... 9-3457
Practor; Mrs. J.-735 West ..-......... ....:.-... :7-8263
Puydy, Mrs. Archie-2740 Oak ...- ........ 2-7249
Radbill, Mrs. Daniel-,933 .Rennsylvania Av ....... 9-5998
Reinstein, Mrs. H. W.-A1879jRiba iut._Qourt ....... 2-590.1
Reiser, Mrs. M. J.-1729 Lawr. ,i ; .,, : *
Resnick, Mrs. l.-4015 Gadslden Rd;,-..... ... .. 9.1041
Roberts. Mrs. B.-Neptune j Bepch, Fa. .....
pjbin; Mrs. A.-1543 Alexandria :PI. ......... ,, 9-171,3
RoINB, Mrs. Nat-1261/2 W. 6th,,.........--...-..: -8557,1
Rphins, Mrs. Ruth-2544 Dellwood: .......... ...... 7-82,5
RoeiR Mrs. Max-212 E. 6th .-_-.. .. .... ..--. .. 3.--11?W
Rosenberg, Mrs.; ,A-l,7PJ llorro St. ......... .... .-36
Rosenberg, Mrs. Jac--.806, E.gewood Ave... ;743
Rosenberg, Mrs. Mont-Nepty eBe ach. Fla. .
Rosenberg, Mrs. Wm.-1419 Belvedere .............. 2-636
Rosenblum, Mrs. Frank--1835 Challen .......... 2-6481
Rothstein, Mrs. Abe-3893 Herschell St...,...,.....2-1778
.pot stein, Mrs. I. B.-1269 Miramar Ave' .....,_9;."-98
Roths.ein, Mrs. Jack--2336 Dellwood ....7.... 7-5939
Rothstein, Mrs. David-2723 White Oak Lane......... 9-3007
Rubin, Mrs. Max-2063 Post. St. .......... ......... ._:. 7-6760
Sablow, Mrs. M.-2118 C6llege St. ................ 7.7246
Sack, Mrs. Martin-1001 N. Ist .St.,. Naptune -.:..... .636







Members of Senior Hadassah
Safer, Mrs. A.-1611 River Oaks Rd .................. 9-4137
Safer, Mrs. B.-2105 Silver St .............. r ............. 5-2152-M
Safer, Mrs. David--1103 River Oaks Rd. ..... ........ 9-3578
Safer, Mrs. Harry-1552 Silver St. ................... 5-8749
Safer, Mrs. M.-2060 Laura ....................... ....... 5-5348-W
Safer. Mrs. Moe B.-352 W. 6th St ................ 5-145-W
Safer, Mrs. M. J.-2604 Dellwood ...............- .. 7-6689
Safer, Mrs. Perry-2859 College .. ................ 7-6190
Sager, Mrs. A.-2748 Park ........... .......................... 2-6175
Sandier, Mrs. H.
Sander, Mrs. T. T-1617 Glendale ........-....- ..-- 2-1077
Schemer, Mrs. H.-1541 Pearl ......-...............-.. 3-1333-R
Schevitz, Mrs. Carl-2567 Post ....... ........................ 7-8383
Schneider, Mrs. Nathan -1261/2 W. 6th ........... 5-8094-W
Selig, Mrs. Raymond-2130 San Marco Blvd. .-...- 9-2718
Selber, Mrs. A. E.-2250 Dellwood -------................ 7-6780
Selber, Mrs. H.-2833 Park ....................... ... 2-6805
Setzer, Mrs. Ben-1847 Greenwood Ave ................ 2-1354
Setzer, Mrs. H.-2856 College .......................... 2-7549
Shemer, Mrs. A. G.-2247 Post .......----........... ..... 7-7783
Sher, Mrs. Phil-Lake Marco Apt .......................... 9-5861
Shorstein, Mrs. B.-1031 Oak .............................. ...... 7-6778
Shorstein, Mrs. Nat-King & Myra
Shorstein, Mrs. N. H.-2673 Dellwood ...... ......... 7-8592
Silver, Mrs. S.-2832 Oak ............................... 2-4622
Silve.berg, Mrs. I.-2562 College t. ..-... ........... 7-4744
Silverman. Mrs. 'vm.-2740 Green .T. ...........- 7-4522
Silverstein, Mrs. 1.-2813 Oak ..............-....-...... 2-6467
Schwartz, Mrs. Albert-2153 Myra St. ................ 7-5314
Simon, Mrs. B.-2761 College St ................-...... 7-6941
Simon. Mrs. J.-Beach
Simon. Mrs. Ralph-2761 College St. .................... 7-6941
Sloat, Mrs. J.-1622 Silver __. ......-....... .... 5-1994-M
Slott, Mrs. H.-1316 lonia .........................:... 5-8255-W
Slott, Mrs. Louis-2545 Rosselle ...:;............ 7-6715
Sobel, Mrs. H.-1731 Morro St .......................... 9-2563
Sobel, Mrs. Maxwell-1007 Holly Lane ................ 9-4845
Sobel, Mrs. Si-2319 Broadmoor ..._;..-.................... 9-4327
Spiwak, Mrs. J.-1443 Walnut ...-...................... 5-6114-J
Springer, Mrs. Leon-1 130 Holmesdale Rd. .....-... 9-3782
Stein, Mrs. Ben-1019 Elder Lane .......................... 9-5533
Stein, Mrs. Ira-2642 College St .......................... 7-8260
Stein, Mrs. Lukie-1013 Maple Lane ................ 9-3513
Strauss, Mrs. Joseph-1230 Oak ......................... 7-7653
Steel, Mrs. Ervin-617 Hogan .................-- ........ 5-8021-R
Tobin, Mrs. Sol-3638 Walsh
Toomey, Mrs. Dan-232 E. Ashley St.
Turner, Mrs. Ben-1835 Perry ....- ...-.................... .. 5-5829-W
Torn, Mrs. David-2846 LaViere ............................ 2-4679
Weinstein, Mrs. Leo-2559 Post ...................... 7-5498
Weinstein, Mrs. Norman-1637 Belmonte .......... 9-3229
Weiss, Mrs. Bertha-32 W. 3rd
Weiss, Mrs. Herbert-2150 Mango PI. ............. 9-3391
Weiss, Mrs. Sam-1815 Largo Rd. ...................... 9-4166
Wexler, Mrs. Mike-2549 Dellwood Ave .............. 5-2290
Wilensky, Mrs. J.-1924 Pearl St. .-............. 55101-W
Witten, Mrs. Ike-2055 College St. .......... ....... .. 7-5631
W itten, Mrs. J.- 2211 Post .................... ............... 7-5458
Witten, Mrs. Louis-2057 Myra .............................. 7-7376
Witten, Mrs. Max-2051 College St. .................... 7-3848
Witten, Mrs. M. H.-1018 Holly Lane .................... 9-5082
Witten, Mrs. Sam-2062 College St. ....................... 7-7513


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Members of Senior Hadassah
Wolfe, Mrs. N. J. Wolfe-227 Hogan ..................... 5-9331
Wolfson, Mrs. Louis-1270 Belmonte ..................... 9-5044
Wolfson, Mrs. Sam-916 Cordova ..................... 9-3012
Wolfson, Mrs. Saul-1898 San Marco Blvd. .......... 9-2070
Wurm, Mrs. Lonnie-1816 DuPont Circle ............ 2-1694
Wyman, Mrs. A. H.-1006 Holly Lane ................... 9-2251
Yoffee, Mrs. B. B.-1516 Alexandria PI ................... 9-3916
Zerman, Mrs. Robt. -2802 St. Johns ...................... 2-7812
Zimmerman, Mrs. H.-152 W. 10th St................. 5-4946-W
7Zoten, Mrs. Frank-Cor. Gilmore & Acosta

Business and Professional Group
Baiter, Miss Lena-2028 Silver St. ....................... 5-8541-W
Blattner, Miss Esther-3521 Boulevard ................. 5-8093-.'
Bucholtz, Miss Etta-2762 Oak St. ............ .......... 7-3164
Carter, Miss Miriam-Atlantic Beach, Fla.
Davidson, Miss Mamie-2058 Gilmore St ........... 7-5711
Foor, Mrs. Mike-1529 Palm Ave. ..................-.... 91854
Freidlin. Miss Ann-3521 Herschell St.
Carter. Mrs. Carl-Atlantic Beach, Fla.
Geller, Mrs. Jos.-1029 May ............-...........-.... 7-7536
Hollins, Mrs. Melvin-2512 Park ......................... 7-6121
Kolchin, Mrs. Harry-144 W. 20th ..... ......... 3-1744-W
Kunsberg, Mrs. Frances-2823 College St ......... 7-2054
Lazarus, Miss Janet-2658 Ernest St. ..................... 7-6308
Mohre, Miss Freda-Windsor Hotel .......................... 5-6000
Nussbaum, Mrs. Clarence-2142 Riverside Ave ...... 7-1247
Panken, Mrs. Herbert-3579 Herschell St. ........ 2-1597
Salzman, Miss Lottie-care Witten Smart Shop
302 Main St. ...................... ........ 5-9774
Schorr, Miss Natalie-2144 Post St ...................... 7-3460
Schwartz, Miss Eva-128 W. 5th St .......... ...... 5-8399-J
Schwartz, Miss Minna
Segal, Mrs. Sidney-2310 Dellwood ........................ 7-6290
Shorstein, Miss Dorothy-1031 Oak St. .......... 7-6778
Sloat, Miss Minnie-2238 Ernest St. .................. 7-4096
Turch, Mss Sophie-753 King St.
Weintraub, Mrs. Leo
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J2unioz- ~fjadallalz


RAELA FINK
President


With a fine group of new leaders, Junior Hadassah made
great strides during the past year toward establishing itself as the
most thoroughly embracing group for young Jewish girls of this
city.

Opening its year of activities with a lovely membership tea,
at which time a substantial number of new members were added
to the rolls of the chapter, Junior Hadassah carried through an
elaborate series of social affairs: formal and informal dances, an
annual Donor's Affair, a beach outing (together with Masada)
for the benefit of soldiers stationed at nearby Camp Blanding, all
of which helped to strengthen the social bonds uniting all Junior
Hadassah workers.
Endeavoring to improve the cultural status of its members,
Junior Hadassah sponsored several study groups which formed
convenient units for the discussion of Jewish problems and Zionist
ideals. A distinguished series of lectures on applied psychology
was delivered to these groups by Mrs. Danica Deutsch, outstanding
Viennese graduate of the psycho-analytical school. Her lectures
aroused great interest, both for their informative value and by their
direct, informal, and winning manner of delivery.
The purely Zionist activities of Junior Hadassah during the
past year were many and fruitful. A special program was devoted
to Youth Aliyah, the project of transferring youths from persecution-
ridden Europe to renascent Palestine. Another program was devoted
to initiating graduates of Young Judea into the Junior Hadassah.


Not unworthy of mention was the valuable assistance tendered by Junior Hadassah to the new
Masada Club, after its affiliation with the National Masada. Joint meetings were held, addressed by
prominent Zionist leaders such as Robert Travis, president of the Southeastern Zionist District, and Adel-
bert Freedman. executive secretary of the district, which helped to instill the new members with enthusiasm
and zeal for the cause.
With all quotas for Hadassah projects (Henrietta Szold School of Nursing, Pardess Ana, Myer
Shefeyah Children's Villagee, and Youth Aliyah) satisfactorily filled, Junior Hadassah brought to a close
a successful year of activities.
The program mapped out. for the coming season promises to give the fifty-five Hadassah members
a still better outlet for their pioneering spirit and their idealism for the cause of Zion.


Officers
RAELA FINK President
DOROTHY SCHEMER 1st Vice President
JEAN MEYERS 2nd Vice President
MIRIAM ROSENTHAL Treasurer
EUNICE DAVIS Corresponding Secretary


Committee Members
A nna N im ovitz .. ..... ....... ....... ....... ..... ....... Publicity
Myra Kantor ................................ ..... ...... Youth Aliyah
Fruma Blattner ..................................... Jewish National Fund
Belle Markowitz ... ........ .................. Young Judea
Sylvia Peltz .......... ............ ................ ........... Budget
Pearl Segal ......................... ............... Sunshine Chairman
Rose Fraden ............................................................... H hospitality
Leone Woinor ................... .................. Telephone Chairman
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Relationship Chairmen
M rs. Philip Selber ................................... ... Senior Hadassah
Esther Smith ............................. ........... Junior-Senior
Lillian Marks ............... .................. Zionist Organization
Ida Cassler ................................... B. & P. W. Organization
Gertrude Hollinger ............ Masada Relationship Delegate








Members of Junior Hadassah
Blattner, Fruma ............................... 1835 Boulevard
Berman, Edith ....... ..... .................. 1636 Perry St.
Berk, Bernice ......... ........ .......... ... ... 1459 Belvedere
Bernard, Charlotte ........ ......... .... 4337 Lexington
Cohen, Bessie .............-.................. ...... 2337 Myra St.
Caslar, Ida ..... ......... ........ 518 Riverside
Davis, Ruth .-.......-... ................ ....... 1993 Franklin St.
Davis, Eunice ............... ........ .. 756 Acosta St.
Ezzes, Yetta ................................. 935 Old Hickory
Fink, Raela ..................... ..... ...... 2650 Gale Court
Fink, Huedell ..................................... 2825 La Viere St.
Fraden, Rose ...................... ........ ......439 West 8th St.
Frank, Mrs. Mildred ....... .................... 811 Acosta St.
Hecht, Gertrude ..................-......--.. 245 W. 18th St.
Hollinger, Gertrude ..................-............... .. 2538 Pineridge
Isaacs, Lois .................................... 1648 Mallory St.
Keller, Rose-Sf. Augustine, Fla ....................... King St.
Kantor, Myra ........................... 2677 Post St.
M arkovitz, Belle .................. ....- .. ...... 1632 Perry St.
Marks, Lillian .... --................. ........ 1201 Florida Ave.
Messing, Hannah --..................---...... 428 Miani Road
Meyers, Jean ..................................... 807 Acosta St.
Mizrahi, Julia ................................. .. 1736 Perry St.
Morganstern, Clara ......................... ... 830 E. Church St.
Nudelman, Iris ............................ .... .......... 627 Fern St.
Nimovitz, Anna ...--................. ......... 307 E. 3rd St.
Nabin, Belle ........................... ............ 430 W 24th St.
Price, Rachel-St. Augustine, Fla ................ 730 King St.
Peltz, Sylvia ---- ................ .. ..... ... 332 E. 4th St.
Price, Ruth .........................-....... 526 W. 21st St.
Rothstein, Rachel .......................... ... ...... 1452 Laura St.
Rubin, Shirley ......................... ............... 3516 Ola St.
Rosenthal, Miriam ..................... .. .. 771 West St.
Rosenberg, Naomi ........................-.... 765 West St.
Rosenkrantz, Ronnie ........................... 1644 Perry St.
Segal, Pearl ... ................... .............. ... 1100 E. 21st St.
Smith, Esther ................... .... ...........- .. 2150 Pearl St.
Schemer, Dorothy ...................... 624 Linwood Ave.
Shumes, Bertha .........................- ...... 41 West 4th St.
Spindell, Helen ....................-. 119 W. Bay St. % Leeds
Smullian, Ethel ................... ......... ..... .. 1462 Laura St.
Stein, Norman ................................. ..... 724 lonia St.
Stein, Alma ......... ..........-....... ....- .... 1724 lonia St.
Selber, Mrs. Roselyn .................................. 2567 College St.
Silberstein, Frimit ............................... 40 East 6th St.
Tickos, Lillian .............. ................... .- .. 1414 Market St.
Weiss, Doris ........... ..................... 120 Cottage St.



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The young people affiliated with our congregational life showed a healthy interest in the social
and religious activities through the membership of the Esquire Club. This group of young people met
in the Vestry of the Temple every Tuesday for its regular meetings. It arranged many interesting social
affairs during the year, the outstanding one being the formal dance at the San Jose Country club on April
19, which proved to be a social and financial success. In connection with the regular Sabbath evening
service at the Temple a special youth service was held on May 2nd, which was of unusual interest. Those
who read the Sabbath service were Harold Baker, Melvin Haimovitz and Paul Nathan. George Proctor
spoke on the theme "A Major Youth Problem", Leonard Grunthal Jr. presented the theme "The
Jew as Patriot." Ruby Baker gave a fine talk on "A Tribute to Mother". Roy Baker spoke on "The
World as Our Neighbor" while Jean Benjamin concluded the talks with an inspiring address on "Are
Young People Forsaking the Religion of their Fathers?" A lovely social hour in the vestry arranged by
the mothers followed the Youth Service.

Early in the Fall plans will be formulated to resume activities for the coming year.


Presiding Officers
President .............. ................ .......... ........... HARO LD BAKER
Vice President .........--- ....................... ...... MELVIN HAIMOW ITZ
Treasurer ...................................... ........... .......... NATHAN JOEL
Secretary -....... .... .............................. R- LPH COOPER
S. A. A. .............-....................... LEONARD GRUNTHAL
M ascot .......... .. ....................................... RUBY BAKER
Advisor ..............- ............... ................. ... HAL LEITMAN

Retiring Officers
Persident ............................ .................. MURRAY W OLFSON
Vice President .. -. .................. ........................ HAROLD BAKER
Treasurer -............. .... .. ... ......... ........... RAY RIGGS
Secretary ............................... ................... MELVIN HAIMOW ITZ
M ascot ................................ ................ ............. RUBY BAKER


Members
Harold Baker Harvey Freedman Nathan Joel Seymour Marco Meyer Sofrenko
Roy Baker Leonard Grunthal Donald Leitman Paul Nathan Albert Stein
Ralph Cooper Melvin Haimowitz Harvey Leitman Ray Riggs Murray Wolfson
Marvin Halpern Herman Rosenblatt


Pledges
Gene Benjamin Sammy Spiwak Harry Baker
Ted Benjamin George Proctor

Associate Members
George Benjamin Maurice Meyer Arnold Silverberg Ellis Katz Milton Rubin



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Jacksonville Chapter

The Jacksonville section of the National Council of Jewish
S; Women is entering upon its third year of existence. The Commun-
S munity at large is by now well aware of its aims and purposes-
and is beginning to become aware of its accomplishments. In the
very short period since the birth of our Section of Council, several
major projects have been initiated and carried forward.
.:. The Toyery, our major Social Welfare project begun in
the Spring of 1940, is now well established. Open five days a week
throughout the year and demanding the service of a full time
worker, it now serves approximately 750 underprivileged children
-permitting them the joy of borrowing whatever toys they choose
from the well stocked shelves and without any limitation except
their safe return. etaorrrenietaoinetaoinetaitaoin
The social adjustment program of the Service to Foreign
SBorn Committee, has furnished numerous opportunities for our com-
munity to become better acquainted with our New Americans and
to make them feel more welcome among us. This committee has
handled much of 'the affidavit work in connection with Immigration.
j- The Naturalization Bureau, established in February 1941
MRS. DAN H. FUNKENSTEIN to give assistance to those seeking help on Naturalization and
President Immigration problems, is doing a tremendous job. We have received
commendation from local and Federal authorities and from numer-
ous private citizens, and untold gratitude from those we have helped.
We have aided close to a hundred would-be citizens with their
citizenship problems. And in line with our ever enlarging program of nonsectarian and civic endeavor,
Council was foremost among local organizations sponsoring and participating in the observance of Citizen-
ship day, popularly known as "I am an American Day".
In every phase of social welfare Council in Jacksonville is continuing its interest and cooperation.
We filled our Red Cross sweater quota for 1940 and have undertaken one twice as large for 1941. Twenty
one women graduated in First Aid under the sponsorship of Council. We have a very active Hospital
visiting Committee. And our latest project is our Entertainment for the Service men, in which we are
closely cooperating with the National Jewish Welfare Board. This promises to be one of our major under-
takings for the coming yeal.
If we as Council Women do our bit for our onw, for our Community and for Defense, we will at
one time make this period less trying for ourselves as well as for others.


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Officers of National Council of Jewish Women
MRS. DAN H. FUNKENSTEIN ................. President
MRS. ARTHUR ROSENTHAL ....... Ist Vice President
MRS. AARON OBERDORFER ............ 2nd Vice President
MRS. IRVING LEVIN ............ Corresponding Secretary
MRS. OSCAR SILVERMAN ........ Recording Secretary
MRS. E. P. BARWALD .............................. Treasurer
MRS. ALEC WACHTEL .......................... ...... Auditor


Members of National Council of Jewish Women
Altmayer, Mrs. Sam-Windsor Hotel ..............-... 5-6000
Baker, Mrs. Marx-2325 Post St. ...................... 7-4345
Barwald, Mrs. E. P.-2057 Post St ........................ 7-7966
Barwald, Mrs. Mont-Loretta, Fla........................ 2432
Bartley, Mrs. Mpurice-2658 Dellwood .............. 7-7781
Benjamin, Mrs. R. A.-3543 Oak ...............- .... 2-1218
Brash, Mrs. Sol-1640 Aberdeen ..................... 2-7223
Brest, Mrs. Alex-2533 River Road .................... 9-4133
Brown, Mrs. Sidney-1999 River Road ............. 9-1970
Bucholtz, Mrs. Louis-2762 Oak ......... ............. 2-6858
Bucholtz, Mrs. Sam-1290 Talbot .......................... 2-1057
Carrison, Mrs. D. J.-San Jose Blvd. ................. 9-5562
Cherry, Mrs. Maurice-1558 Alexandria Place .......... 9-4650
Cohen, Mrs. Bernard-2025 Post St. ......................-. 7-5111
Coleman, Mrs. P. N.-3311 Pine St. ................... 2-5086
David, Mrs. Ben-1230 Belvedere ............................. 2-6825
Davis, Mrs. Dave-904 Marglaret ........................... 7-4063
Deutsch, Mrs. Leonard-2533.... River Road ......... 9-4133
Eastman, Mrs. Ben-1230 Belvedere ...................... 2-6825
Edwards, Mrs. A. H.-2209 River Road ............... 9-4214
Endel, Mrs. Mlarcus-2542 Herschel ..-............. ... 7-7844
Felson, Mrs. Edgjar-1535 Alexandria Place ........... 9-1215
Finkelstein, Mrs. Harry-1786 Challen ................. 2-1006
Finkelstein, Mrs. Leonard-3670 Herschel ............. 2-2509
Finkelstein, Mrs. Neal-Roosevelt Hotel ............. 5-4500
Funkenstein, Mrs. Dan-2547 St. Johns .................. 7-6179
Gans, Mrs. Fanny-2209 River Road .................. 9-4214
Gerbert, Mrs. Harry-1400 Laura ..-.............. 5-4333-J
Glickstein, Mrs. Joseph-1355 Edgewood ............ 2-7426
Grunthal, Mrs. Leonard-3305 Oak St ................. 2-5088
Halle, Miss Rae- 2305 Post St. ................ .. ..... .... 7-1378
Hackel, Mrs. Joseph-816 Sorrento Rd. ............. 9-3508
Hammel, Mrs. H. S.-Park Lane Apts. ...................... 7-8230
Harris, Mrs. David-2648 College St. .................... 7-8208
Harris, Mrs. Hermann-2547 St. Johns ..................... 7-6179
Harris, Mrs. Stanley-3732 Pine St. .......................... 2-2300
Hyken, Mrs. Sa'm-1036 Riviera St. ...................... 9-4879
Hermlan, Mrs. Jerome-Park Lane Apts ............ 7-5585
Hillyer, Mrs. C. E.-2761 Riverside ........................ 2-5843
Jacobs, Mrs. S. S.- 1642 Donald ............................ 2-7252
Jacobs, Mrs. V. E.-1905 River Road ................. 9-4490
Joel, Miss Ethel-2772 Post St. .......................... 2-77875
Joel, Miss Cassie-2772 Post St ........................... 2-7875
Joel, Mrs. L. D.-1365 Belvedere ......................... 2-7677


Karsman, Mrs. Louis-3204 Oak St. ........................ 2-5927
Kaplan, Mrs. Israel-1467 Challen .......................... 2-7234
Kipnis, Mrs. Samuel-25 River Road
Kramer, Mrs. C. F.-Windsor Hotel ...................... 5-6000
Kugelman, Mrs. Edgar-Park Lane Apts. ............... 7-2235

Levin, Mrs. Irving-1604 Kingswood Road ................. 9-1555
Levy, Mrs. B. S.-3572 Richmond St. .................... 2-1224
Lippmpn, Mrs. Gabe-3331 St. Johns ...................... 2-6474
Lippman, Mrs. Horace-2921 Oak St. .................... 2-5641
Lippman, Mrs. L. M.-3338 Riverside ................... 2-5648
Mack, Mrs. Leo-Oleander St., Neptune Beach .......... 112J
Mack, Mrs. Julius-2794 Oak St. ............................. 2-5042
Meyerheim, Mrs. Harold-3254 Oak St. ................ 2-4416
Meyerson, Mrs. Herbert-Park Lane Apts. ............ 7-6348
Morgenstern, Mrs. Edward-1380 Talbot .......... 2-2033
Moscovitz, Mrs. Louis-2822 Herschel .................. 2-7901
Moss, Mrs. Miax-P. O. Box 693 .............. ... .2-5226
McCullough, Mrs. H. L.-Windsor Hotel ................. 5-6000
Nathan, Mrs. Paul-2025 Post St. .......... ................... 7-5111
Oberdorfer, Mrs. Aaron-1857 Shadowlawn ............ 2-2178
Ossinsky, Mrs. A.-Windsor Hotel ............. ........ 5-6000
Pokorny, Mrs. Nathan-696 San Marco Blvd. ............ 9-3457
Ritz-Woller, Mrs. Alexander-1843 Challen Ave. ... 2-6152
Rosenberg, Mrs. Montague-Neptune Beach
Rosenblum, Mrs. Herman-3655 Herschel ............... 2-1653
Rosenthal, Mrs. Arthur ... .......... .... ................. 9-3872
Rosenthal, Jr., Mrs. E. M.-1930 Mallory ................ 2-3149
Rosenthal, Mrs. Carrie-Windsor Hotel .............. 5-6000
Schaul Jr., Mrs. Lewis J.-1843 Challen Ave ........... 2-6152
Seitner, Mrs. Robert-1833 Wlllowbranch ............... 2-7446
Seligman, Mrs. Gus-2040 Riverside ...................... 7-1224
Seligman, Miss Mary-2040 Riverside .................... 7-1224
Silverman, Mrs. Oscar-1637 Edgewood ............. 2-3358
Sobel, Mrs. Harry-1654 San Marco Blvd. ........... 9-2563
Sobel, Mrs. Miaxwell-1007 Holly Lane .................. 9-4845
Sobel, Mrs. Si-2148 Mango PI. ............................ 9-4327
Stein, Mrs. Ben-1019 Elder Lane ............................ 9-5533
Stein, Mrs. Ira-2642 College ................................ 7-8260
Stein, Mrs. L. A.-1013 Maple Lane .................... 9-3513
Stern, Mrs. Estelle-2526 Forbes ................................ 7-4423
Wachtel, Mrs. Alec-1325 Donald St ...................... 2-7882
Well, Mrs. Nathan-2061 Forbes ....................... 7-5442
Weil, Miss Frieda-2061 Forbes .............................. 7-5442
Weinreb, Mrs. Joseph-2842 Park St. .................... 2-5077
Wilfson, Miss Ruth-Frances Court Apts. .................. 7-7110
Wilkinson, Mrs. A. H.-943 Brookwood Road .......... 9-5025
Witten, Mrs. Barney-Park Lane Apts. .................. 7-1502
Witten, Mrs. M. H.-1018 Holly Lane ................ 9-5082
Wolfe, Mrs. Simon-Richmond St.
Wolfson, Mrs. L. E.-1270 Belmonte Ter. .............. 9-5044
Wolfson, Mrs. Saul-1898 San Marco Blvd ........... 9-2071
Wolfson, Mrs. Sam-916 Cordova PI ..................... 9-3012
Wurm, Mrs. Lonnie-1816 Dupont Cir ..................... 2-1694
Zacharias, Mrs. Herbert-838 LaSalle St. .............. 9-1650
Zerman, Mrs. Robert-2802 St. Johns ...................... 2-7812


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Yo0012 12 Boy9 ScouLt

The high standing of Troop 12 in all its activities-the scouts feel-is due to the inspiration, di-
rection, and friendly co-operation of Scout Master Alfred Panken and former Assistant Scout Master,
Harold Van Baalen, Jr., Martin Wolf and Lester Garren.
All the boys realize how much time has been given up by their leaders, so that they might par-
ticipate in this wonderful work, of building health, character and ability among the boys of our troop and
we know in the years to come the scouts of today will recall with keen appreciation the lessons they
learned in discipline, in neatness and in manliness.


ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS

We are proud that our troop was awarded 2nd place in the Camporee Contest of all the Troops
of the North Florida Council. Our Troop came in 4-th in the city wide insection.
Our hats are off to our new Eagle Scouts: Leonard Grunthal, Jr., Ted Benjamin, Jean Benjamin,
Alvin Leitman, Seymor Marco and Abbey Fink.
Awards were presented Ralph Cooper's Stag Patrol for inter-patrol competition contest; the Joseph
M. Glickstein Cup was presented to Leonard Grunthal for efficiency; the advancement medal was presented
to Harry Baker and the First Year Advancent Cup was presented to Sammy Witten.


JOLLY AND INTERESTING DOINGS
Our Boy Scouts have lots of fun and they go places and see things and do things too. For instance
when Scoutmaster Panken arranged for us to visit Marineland. That was a very educational trip. And
then the trip to the Naval Air Station. And then admission to the ball park free.
Moving pictures were shown at one Troop meeting by a G-Man on the work of, the F. B. I. Mr.
Halle Cohen exhibited moving pictures of his travel in the west.
There were various week-end hikes; basketball, baseball, and football games. Our Troop also par-
ticipated in the Boy Scout Annual Circus and Field Meet.
The boys of the troop recall with keen relish as well as appreciation the sumptious banquet which
the Scout Mothers (Mrs. Joseph Glickstein, in charge) arranged to commemorate the 26th anniversary of
Troop 12. The delicious roast turkey, the plentiful ice cream and cake and all that's good the boys
certainly enjoyed. Inspiring addresses were made by prominent speakers.
Scout Executive Boswell delivered a most beautiful and uplifting message to the boys of Troop 12
as well as the rest of the congregation at a Sabbath Eve Scout Service.


APPRECIATION
The Boy Scouts of Troop 12 hereby extend their sincere Appreciation to Rabbi Kaplan, members
of the Ahavath Chesed Congreation, to Chairman Halle Cohen and all his assistants, Joel Richards and
Julien Benjamin, for their time and interest that has afforded us scouts the opportunity of education, of
recreation, and all sorts of happy and character building activities.


,-Sea SCouh,

Mr. Herbert Meyerson is Chairman of the Sea Scout Committee. Many of our older boys have
joined the Sea Scouts.
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THE SABBATH
Every Friday evening to
Saturday evening.

PASSOVER
Commemorating the exo-
dus from Egypt.
Conclusion of Passover.

PENTECOST
Shabuoth commemorating
the revelation on Mt. Sinai

ROSH HASHONAH
The Jewish New Year.

YOM KIPPUR
Day of Atonement. Most
Solemn day of the Jewish
year; devoted to fasting,
prayer anu repentance.

SUKKOTH
Tabernacles, Harvest fes-
tival, commemorating the
dwelling or the Israelites
in ;abernacles in the wild-
erness.

Conclusion of Sukkoth
Festival.

REJOICING of the LAW
The annual reading of
the Pentateuch is com-
pleted and resumed.


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OUR NEW AMERICANS!

WHAT JACKSONVILLE IS DOING FOR THEM !


To pull up stakes and start life in a new
place is no easy task. To leave everything behind
you--dear ones, friends, possessions, business
and professions, indeed your whole way of life
and start from scratch in a new land among
strangers, who speak a strange language,, de-
mands courage and fortitude beyond the cap.a-
bilities of most of us. Yet, thousands of men,
women and children have been forced to leave
Europe and find refuge in America during the
past few years. These men and women had no
desire to leave their homes but the tyranny of
a ruthless dictator made life for them impossible.
and of necessity they emigrated to America.
Here they had faith that they would find
a new and better life in store for them. We
Americans who know nothing of the terrors and
humiliation of a fascist land should deem it a
privilege to help these harassed men, women
and children to reestablish themselves.
Jacksonville has played a small part in the
program of the National Resettlement Service.
More than fifty new Americans have come here
and has been established in various businesses
and enterprises. For the most part they are
people of splendid integrity and have adjusted
themselves to their new life admirably.
The men and women working under the
general chairmanship of Mr. Louis Joel and
under the direction of Mrs. Jos. Weinreb have


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done a fine piece of work in helping these new
Americans to adjust themselves to their new and
strange environment
From the time they arrive in the ctiy until
they are thoroughly settled, they know that
someone cares about 'them. The various organi-
zations in the city, the Council of Jewish Women
and the Sisterhood have done much to make
these refugees feel at home.
The greatest need of course is for suitable
employment. Jobs have been found for them
but most of 'these people are doing work to which
they are not accustomed and are earning very
little income. If any of you can be of service
in helping these fine people to better jobs you
would be doing a splendid service indeed. The
committee needs the help of each one of you
in this work of rehabilitation. If you cannot give
a job or money you can give your friendship
and your personal help. These new Americans
need you. Visit them, invite them to your homes,
help them with their English, take them to
Temple, to meetings. They will appreciate your
Friendship more than anything you can give
them, and you in return will gain much from
them.
Our New Americans are splendid people
and we are fortunate indeed to have them in
our community. They each bring gifts of culture
and refinement and above all set us an example
of genuine courage and fortitude.


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From Roy Smith's Pen
1. Very few sermons seem long to the man
who is really interested.
2. God seldom uses the man who cannot be
be trusted.
3. No hypocrite was ever able to compel anoth-
er man to follow in his steps.
4. The motto of some churches is, "We have
never done it that way".
5. There are bad conditions in every church
which will never be remedied by merely
chan ing preachers.
6. Very few people get angry at the preacher
because of his sermon, but because of his
implications.
7. It is hard to think of a stingy man being
happy in heaven.
8. Money that l.as not Leen earned may buy
comforts but it will never bring satisfaction.
9. Most of us are pretty likely to suspect other
people of our own sins.
10. Some people think that the preacher is
getting personal just because he talks about
sin.

God and the Peanut
Dr. E. Stanley Jones visited the world
famed Negro scientist, George Washington Car-
ver, who has discovered 150 products which can
be gotten out of sweet potatoes and 300 that
can be had from the humble peanut. Dr. Jones
says that when he asked how he came to make
all these discoveries, the scientist replied, "One
day I asked God what could be made out of a
peanut. God said to me, 'You have brains. Find
out for yourself."--United Presbyterian.

"Skeleton Outline" of Church Membership
Church members can be classified as follows:
wishbones, who are always wishing that some-
body else would do something; jawbones, who
do all the criticizing; and backbones, who get
under the load and carry it along.
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