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AN there be expressed a higher idealism than is found in these
sentences of an cited preacher at the dedication of his church;

"To the expression of our faith, our visions and ideals, our
confidence that knowledge may grow and human life be enriched; to the
worship of God, our Father .

To the contemplation of beauty, to the understanding of music,
to the art of meditation, to communion with the Unseen and Eternal .

That all who are weary and heavy laden, all who suffer and are
disappointed, all who are lonely and afraid, may here find rest unto
their souls .

Dedicate us to every worthy work on earth; from war, from
economic injustice, from fratricidal strife, from race prejudices good
Lord, deliver us ...

Within the walls of this sanctuary may we experience forgive-
ness through repentance, the unveiling of glory through faith, and in-
centive to sacrificial service. May this Church be as lovely as a garden,
luminous as a sunrise, intimate as a fireside, and self-completing as Thy
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OCTOBER 15-Family Night.
NOVEMBER 12-Sisterhood Sabbath.
DECEMBER 10-Trustee Night. Rev. Everett Lesher M nister of Union Ccngregation Church was the guest
Speaker.
JANUARY 14-Twentieth Anniversary Service of Jewish Welfare Scciety. This was a joint Sabbath service
between the two Congregations.
JANUARY 28-Service conducted by the Jesters Club.
FEBRUARY 4-Joint Religious service at the Jewish Center. Rabbi Elihu Rickel of New York was guest
speaker.
FEBRUARY 18-Scout Anniversary service. Rev. Pierce Harris of Riverside Methodist Church delivered
the sermon.
FEBRUARY 25-Golden Wedding Anniversary Service of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Naumburg.
MARCH 18-Purim service.
APRIL 16-Pessach Service Congregational Sedar at Temple Home.
APRIL 22-Lawyers Night Rabbi Kaplan spoke on "The Contribution of the Jew in Law."
MAY 6-Mothers Day Service Pulpit Decorations by Cherokee Garden Circle.
MAY 27-Rabbi Lee Levinger of Columbus, Ohio B'nai B'rith Director occupied the pulpit.
JUNE 5-Re-Consecration Service of Confirmands--1918 to 1938

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HEN we look over the calendar and note the full program and the list of the varied activities undertaken
during the past year, we are inclined to state that it has indeed been a year replete with genuine
satisfaction and earnest endeavor. A good place to record, in factual arrangement and to enumerate in simple
statements, an account of the current season's events is in our Temple Year Book, the fourth issue of which
we are herewith launching for your perusal and earnes; approval. We sincerely trust that you will read its
pages with a measure of gratification. May we hope that as you read the Year Book diligently you will be
stimulated to further participation in Temple life. We need workers in our congregation; we need men and
women who feel the cause of Judaism, and who are ready to express their feeling in active service in behalf
of our Temple. We need members who deem it their solemn obligation to meet regularly and faithfully with
their fellowworshippers in the House of God, not only to aid the Rabbi in his consecrated efforts to intensify
the spiritual life of his people, but to bring rest and contentment to your disquieted souls as you contemplate,
as you surely must, with all reverence, that great Power not ourselves, that makes for righteousness in the
wc:-ld. If )ou Icvc Judaism you will hold your Temple dearly and do more than take care of your financial
obligations. You will desire to enlarge your place in our communal life; you will wish to be a strong link in
the preservation of our Jewish tradition; you will make every effort to impress upon the young the urgent need
to take its rightful place within the Synagogue walls.
Of outstanding interest in the congregation daring the past season were the Special Sabbath Evening
services, which not only brought together a larger number of worshippers, but which also succeeded in arous-
ing a deeper interest in the Temple service itself.. Here is a list of some of our special Sabbath services. Our
Temple calendar shows for instance a service by the Jesters' Club, the Family Night Sabbath Service, the Boy
Scout Service, the Temple Trustee Service, the Lawyer's Service and the Mother's Day Service, all of which
proved to be of real interest to our congregation.- Of particular importance was a special Sabbath service in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Naumburg, who celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary, and for whom
a most impressive service was planned by a special committee. This fine and esteemed couple deserve all the
honor bestowed upon them.
For the second year now, your Rabbi conducted a Memorial Service in our Temple Cemetery on
the Sunday between the New Year and the Day of Atonement, which was most favorably received as a definite,
contribution to the spiritual life of our members.
Your Rabbi had the unusual request, the first time in his ministry, to officiate and conduct the
funeral services for a non-Jewess, a dear old lady who made this request of her children before she passed on.
Beginning also in January, Your Rabbi, at the suggestion of many friends who had heard him broad-
cast from time to time, began a series of broadcasts on alternate Sundays over W. J. A. X. at 12:15. It is known
as "Rabbi Kaplan Speaks."
Increasingly, the talks receive favorable comment, and from the many letters received, the radio ad-
dresses serve to bring about a friendly relationship among the citizens of our community of various faiths.
Words of commendation have also come from friends in neighboring communities.
The final and probably the most significant effort in the religious life of our congregation for the year
will be on Shavouth, when, instead of a regular confirmation service, there will be a re-dedication to the ideals
of Judaism and re-consecration to the principles of our faith by members of our confirmation classes for the
past 20 years. An impressive program has been arranged by the Rabbi at which representatives from every
class since 1918 will participate in the re-consecration service, and the many young folks now grown to manhood
and womanhood, many of them married, will be given the opportunity once again of proclaiming as did tho
children of Israel at the foot of Sinai, "WE WILL DO, AND WE WILL HEARKEN TO THE COM-
MANDMENTS OF THE LORD."
The Jacksonville Open Forum, this year, gave a series of six lectures at the Temple. The meetings
were held on Sunday afternoons and were the most successful in the history of the local Forum. Finally, the
Joint Religious Services, between our Congregation and that of the Jewish Center, were of special merit, serv-
ing the lofty purpose of emphasizing our unified spirit and our common religious hopes. The Union Thanks-
giving Service was held in our Temple this year. Again this service, always so beautiful and impressive,
emphasized the fact that even though Jew and Gentile approach God along different paths, we blend our
voices and our prayers in our common aspiration of Him and together we thank Him for permitting us tc
serve and enjoy this blessed land of America.


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Too much credit cannot be given to Mr. Halle Cohen for his devoted interest in the preparation of the Year
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C'HE very serious question that confronts every earnest -religious person, every spiritual teacher, as he surveys
the moral anarchy among peoples and nations is: How is Religion faring these days? Do men and
women take the House of God as seriously as did their forbears? Is it being supported as wholeheartedly
and as generously as in the past? What does the House of Worship mean to you? Do you need it? Do
ycu need its ministrations, its challenging role in a world of strife and turmoil? Has the day come when we can
dispense altogether with organized religion as expressed in the Synagogue, in the ritual, prayers, music and
sermon? From the light way so many people take its functions, and from the indifferent behaviour of many
toward it, one is led to believe that there are quite a number of people who feel that we can do away with
the Temple altogether.


It will be a sad and tragic day for our people if it forsakes the Synagogue, if it turns its back upon
the healing and wholesome influences that come from it. In these trying days when our Jews are being
harassed and plagued, where can we turn for solace, for comfort, for hope, if not to the place dedicated to
the Divine Power to whom- we all pay homage.


We live in a world where material, brute forces are taking hold of the life of man. All the greater
then the need to have as a counteracting power a place devoted to high idealism, to the preservation of the
noblest and finest virtues that have been transmitted to us by our fathers. Man lives not by bread alone, but
by these spiritual forces that surge through his heart, that make for unselfishness, justice, honesty, charity,
neighborliness and love.


The Synagogue stands for all these things. It stands for the best in man, yea, for the promotion and
enhancement of the noblest and finest in man.


Strong nations plundering weaker nations and dishonoring their obligations, a false label on a prod-
uct, a bandit murder, a racketeering union leader, a bought vote; where do they receive merciless condemnation
if not in the Synagogue, not cnly by the Rabbi, but all the members who have come under the wholesome and
chastening influence of the Synagogue's teachings.


All true religion is worship of an ideal. Men have called that Ideal--God, in a hundred languages
and under a thousand names. The Jew, par excellence, of all the peoples of the world, has evolved as his chief
mission the establishment of the ideals of honesty and honor, freedom and truth, fairness and brotherly love.
Through the Synagogue he has endeavored to inspire men to build a richer life upon earth and to make it a
place where peace and security will prevail.


Will not you who read this Message earnestly strive with the oncoming years to make your life con-
form to high idealism? Will you not allow the Synagogue to become more meaningful in your life? Will
you not finally do that which every Jew should do, not only in these crucial and testing times but even
under normal and tranquil conditions, will you not enter the House of God for Sabbath worship and thereby
give witness together with your fellows to your sublime faith and trust in a Divine Ruler who guides unerringly
your destiny and that of your people?


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AUGUST 17-Your Rabbi addressed the Rotary Club, of which he is a member, on the subject, "My Im-
pressions of Mexico."

AUGUST 27-Your Rabbi spoke before the Optimists' Club on the theme, "The Political and Social Changes
in Mexico."

SEPTEMBER 9-He delivered the invocation before the Members of the Duval County Bar Association at
their regular luncheon meeting.

SEPTEMBER 24-He was the guest of the, Lion's Club and gave a talk on the subject, "Our Changing World."

OCTOBER 13-The Kiwanis Club extended an invitation to your Rabbi to address them on the topic, "The
World in which we Live."

OCTOBER 23-He addressed the Business Girl's of the Y. W. C. A. at its annual State Conference at
Jacksonville Beach on the subject, "The Partitioning of Palestine."

NOVEMBER 25-Union Thanksgiving Day Services were 'held at the Temple. Your Rabbi spoke on, "America,
the Hope of the World."

DECEMBER 16-The Episcopalean Round Table invited your Rabbi to address the group at the American
Legion Home on the theme, "After Death-What?"

JANUARY 5-Your Rabbi addressed the Landon High School P. T. A. on the subject, "My New Year's
Message."

JANUARY 14-In honor of the 20th anniversary of the Jewish Welfare Society, the annual joint service
between our congregation and that of the Jewish Center was impressively held:

JANUARY 25-He reviewed before the Sisterhood Literature Class, "Tomorrow's Bread", by Miss Beatrice
Bisno.

FEBRUARY 8-He began a series of 3 radio broadcasts under the auspices of the Jacksonville Council of
Good Will Between Jews and. Christians on the theme "Brotherhood".

FEBRUARY 25-Your Rabbi addressed the B'nai Brith at its luncheon meeting on the subject, "The Jews
of Mexico."

MARCH 10-He presided at the Good Will luncheon at which the Reverend A. W. Gottschall of Baltimore,
Md. was the guest speaker.

MARCH 26-Your Rabbi informally addressed a: group of negro girls at the Boylan School on the subject,
"What is a Jew?"

APRIL 5-He lectured before the retired ministers and friends at Penny Farms on the topic, "The Jews in
Germany".

APRIL 6-He Spoke before the Riverside P. T. A. on "Training for Citizenship."

MAY 1-Your Rabbi was re-appointed by the City Commission and the City Council a member of the Board
of Trustees .of the Jacksonville Public Library for a period of three years.
MAY 30-Rabbi Kaplan delivered the Invocation at the Memorial Day exercises under auspices of the Amer-
ican Legion at Memorial Park.

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Jolsef /N. ofiaisten
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SURING the past year, Congregation Ahavath Chesed has, I believe, justified its claim for moral and spiri-
tual dominance by endeavoring to carry its outlook and influence into every avenue of our religious life.
In so doing, we have made progress and gained strength by bringing all of the vital issues with which we are
concerned, from the viewpoint of our religion, in various ways into our Temple and making them part and
parcel of the fundamental program of the Congregation.

From an external viewpoint, our activities have been such as to continue to nurture the participation
by and leadership of our Congregation in communal affairs. A review of such activities would include, among
other things, our sponsorship of the Jacksonville Open Forum and the use of our Temple facilities for such
purpose; the holding of the annual Union Thanksgiving Service at our Temple, which is sponsored by churches
of various faiths in Jacksonville; the holding of the very successful and enjoyable Tri-State Sisterhood Con-
vention in Jacksonville; and other communal activities resulting not only in Civic advancement but also in foster-
ing a cordial relationship between our Congregation and other Congregations of the same and different faiths.

From an internal viewpoint--both objectively and subjectively considerable progress has been made.
Generally speaking, our financial affairs are on a sound business basis and our Congregation, while always
in dire need of funds, could be in worse fiscal condition. Every organization affiliated with our Temple
has been most active and each organization has contributed its share to the growth and progress made. The
Temple Sisterhcod has, as always, done more than its share; The Jesters has continued the activities of that
social organization in the maintenance of the Temple Home and is sponsoring the publication of our monthly
news bulletin-"The Temple Messenger"; our Boy Scouts-Troop No. 12-and our Junior Sisterhood have
each made satisfactory progress; and our Sabbath School has offered the facilities for and courses of religious
instruction which most parents-members of our Congregation, and non-members-have utilized for religious
education of our children. By inaugurating a system of special services and limiting, in a measure, the time
of the service, we have, to some extent, stimulated attendance at our Friday night services. The past year
has witnessed, among others, a Family Night service, a Jesters, a Boy Scout Service, a Golden Wedding Anni-
versary Service-a most impressive service honoring the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Naumburg a Sisterhood Service, a Mothers' Day Service, and a Lawyers' Night Service. While these special
services have resulted in some increased attendance, we join in the complaint made by other churches throughout
the city when we say that there should be a larger attendance at our Sabbath services.

The activities of our Rabbi, the time given unstintingly, and the united work done by and the efforts
of the members of our Board of Trustees and our various Committee Chairmen and Committee members, and
the splendid work done by those responsible for the publication of our Temple Annual, together with the
cooperation given by the organizations affiliated with our Temple and most of the members of our Congregation,
have been such as to be the reason for the progress accomplished by our Congregation since the last report
and message of your President. These officers and members are entitled to your appreciation as well as your
active interest and cooperation, in order that continued expansion, growth and progress may be assured for
the future.
It is but trite to say that our Congregation owes a duty not only to its members, but also to all
members of our faith. It is also true that the members of our Congregation and all members of our faith, those
belonging to no Congregation, have a similar--perhaps, a greater-responsibility. Our Congregation has truly en-
deavored to heed the ancient Rabbinical admonition, "Separate not thyself from the community". In this day
of unbelievable religious bigotry in foreign lands, it must be made increasingly evident that we are neither a clan-
nish nor an alien people. It must be emphasized that the only "ism" which has any place in our Congregation,
our Temple, our hearts, and our homes, is Americanism. Our hope for the future, accordingly, should comprehend
a program sufficiently broad to make all of our people actively conscious of the existing mutual responsibility to
the end that cordial friendship and respect shall always be an established fact.

JOSEPH M. GLICKSTEIN,
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JOSEPH M. GLICKSTEIN, President
MORRIS H. WITTEN, Treasurer


ALEXANDER BREST, Vice-President
EDGAR M. FELSON, Secretary


SIDNEY J. BROWN
HALLE COHEN
LEONARD FINKELSTEIN
MISS ROSE GOLDSTEIN


LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
Louis WOLFSON
MRS. GABE LIPPMAN
MRS. N. MAX


MAX Moss
A. J. ROSENTHAL
MAX N. OBERDORFER, SR.
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BOY SCOUT COMMITTEE
LEONARD GRUNTHAL, Chairman
S. S. JACOBS
BEN STEIN
EDGAR M. FELSON
R. A. BENJAMIN
J. D. SEGAL
SAM BERGMAN

CHOIR COMMITTEE
MISS ROSE GOLDSTEIN, Chairman
ISAAC PEISER
MRS. SIDNEY J. BROWN
LEONARD FINKELSTEIN

CEMETERY COMMITTEE
MAX N. OBERDORFER, SR., Chairman
J. P. BENJAMIN
LOUIS WOLFSON

FINANCE COMMITTEE
A. J. ROSENTHAL, Chairman
BEN STEIN
ALEX BREST
HALLE COHEN
MAX MOSS
LOUIS WOLFSON
SEATING COMMITTEE
M. H. WITTEN, Chairman
ELKIN GERBERT
JULIUS MACK
EDGAR FELSON
JOEL RICHARD
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL, Chairman
BEN DAVID
LEONARD FINKELSTEIN
SOL BRASH
SIDNEY J. BROWN
JOEL RICHARD


PUBLIC WORSHIP COMMITTEE
MRS. GABE LIPPMAN, Chairman
MRS. MAX N. OBERDORFER, SR
MRS. LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
MRS. JULIUS HIRSCHBERG
MRS. BEN STEIN
MRS. L. KLEPPER
MRS. L. WOLFSON
MRS. MAX MOSS
MRS. EDGAR FELSON
MRS. L. P. LIPPMAN
MRS. N. MAX
MRS. HERBERT P. MYERSON
MRS. ALEX JACOBS
MRS. LEONARD FINKELSTEIN

TEMPLE & HOME COMMITTEE
MAX MOSS, Chairman
MRS. SIDNEY J. BROWN
MISS RAY HALLE
BEN STEIN
MRS. M. N. OBERDORFER, SR.

SABBATH SCHOOL COMMITTEE
JOEL RICHARD, Chairman
MRS. HERBERT WEISS
L. KLEPPER
MRS. L. M. LIPPMAN
MRS. SAMUEL BUCHOLTZ
MRS. A. J. ROSENTHAL

WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE
A. J. ROSENTHAL, Chairman
ALEX BREST, Co-Chairman
S. S. JACOBS
EDWARD M. MORGENSTERN
HALLE COHEN
P. W. ZACHARIAS
MORTON R. HIRSCHBERG
LAWRENCE M. LIPPMAN


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CONGREGATION AHAVATH CHESED
JOS. M. GLICKSTEIN, President
EDGAR M. FELSON, Secretary
M. WITTEN, Treasurer
P. O. Box 4364

TEMPLE SISTERHOOD
MRS. I. L. KAPLAN, President
MRS. BEN DAVID, Secretary
MISS RAY HALLE, Treasurer
Mallory St. & St. Johns Ave.

JUNIOR TEMPLE SISTERHOOD
FRANCES HIRSHBERG, President
EMILY ANN MORGENSTERN, Secretary
REVENA MILLER, Treasurer
Mallory St. & St. Johns Ave.

JESTERS
LEONARD FINKELSTEIN, President
HERBERT MEYERSON, Vice President
W. S. HILL, Corresponding Secretary
E. M. FELSON, Treasurer
HAROLD COHN, President-Elect
Temple Home-St. Johns and Mallory Sts.

B'NAI B'RITH
MORRIS WITTEN, President
SIDNEY KASS, Secretary
MAX MOSS, Treasurer
Meets Last Friday Each Month at Luncheon

JEWISH WELFARE SOCIETY
DAVID DAVIS, President
MRS. ESTELLE STERN, Executive Secretary
JOS. M. GLICKSTEIN, Treasurer
Office: Mutual Life Building

JAX JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL
ALEX BREST, President
RABBI MORRIS D. MARGOLIS, Secretary
MAX MOSS, Treasurer
Office: Mutual Life Building

HADASSAH
MRS. D. H. LASAROW, President
MRS. ERNEST PILTON, Recording Secretary
MRS. HARRY KATZ, Treasurer
2819 College St.


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At the Semi-annual meeting of the Congregation held at the Temple-Home on April 27, 1938, many interesting
reports were rendered by Chairmen of Standing Committees. Because of their importance to the membership
as a whole we herewith publish the report of the Cemetery Committee and the Temple Committee.
April 27th, 1938
Congregation Ahavath Chesed,
Jacksonville, Florida.
Gentlemen:
Your Temple Committee begs leave to report that during the past semi-annual period, it.has given careful
attention to the needs of both the Temple and the Temple Home.
The furnace in the Temple has -been placed, in satisfactory condition, at minimum expense. Considerable im-
provements and repairs have been made to the Temple Home with very little expense to the Congregation,
Unfortunately, on Saturday, October 23rd, 1937, about 5:30 P. M., a fire occurred in the basement of the
Temple Home which did considerable damage to the new paint which had been placed on the walls and ceiling
of the downstairs and a portion of the upstairs, as well as damage to the new paint on the woodwork arid
curtains and draperies. Such loss, fortunately, was covered by insurance and was handled under the super-
vision and in accordance with estimates furnished by S. S. Jacobs. The sum of $772.28 was collected as in-
surance.
Your Committee is of the opinion that the Temple is badly in need of renovating, both inside and outside,
and has obtained estimates of the cost thereof -for the information, of the B6ard and Congregation, which
estimates are available at any time. Serious consideration should be given at'this time to painting the exterior
of the Temple.
Suggestions which any member desires to make to the Temple committee will always be most gratefully received.
Respectfully submitted:
MAX MOSS, Chairman


Jacksonville, Florida
April 27, 1938
To the Officers and Members of Congregation Ahavath Chesed:
Your committee in rendering this semi-annual report is pleased to say that our Cemetery is in better
condition and appearance than ever before. Without exception members, lot owners and others visiting the
Cemetery express their satisfaction at its general beautiful appearance, which is most gratifying to your Com-
mittee. Our new well with its adequate water supply has done much for your Committee in its efforts to de-
velcp and take care of the lawns, plants and shrubbery.
We are most desirous of liquidating the indebtedness incurred in obtaining the new well through
the sale of cemetery lots. We earnestly solicit our members to purchase these lots now. They contain two
cr mere graves, and are available at very reasonable terms.
Your Committee again stresses the necessity of lot owners paying their cemetery dues promptly. We
cannot carry on.without the payment of these dues upon which we rely for the care and upkeep of the
whole cemetery.
We also* solicit lot owners to provide perpetual care for their lots. Funds received for this purpose
are invested in United States Bonds, the interest from which is only used for the care of the individual lot and
the upkeep of the entire cemetery.
Since our last meeting, there have been four burials in our cemetery.
Your Committee again expresses its appreciation for the cooperation given it from the members
interested in the cemetery and hopes to receive a continuance of same.
Those members who have not recently visited the cemetery are invited to inspect this beautiful rest-
ing place of our departed.
Respectfully submitted,
MAX N. OBERDORFER, SR.
Chairman, Cemetery Committee.


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Those who have the work of the Religious School at heart fully
appreciate the splendid results achieved during the course of the year
by our Rabbi and staff of teachers. Despite the indifferent home
environment, our boys and girls are making satisfactory progress and
have a true understanding of Jewish values. No one can question the
efforts of our teachers to strengthen the Jewish consciousness and to
deepen the mind and heart of our Jewish youth. A closer cooperation
with the home will be self rewarding and bring added satisfaction
to all these vitally interested in the preservation of Judiasm. To intensify
the Jewish feeling all our Holydays are stressed in our school through
plays, pageants and stories. Programs are conducted to enlarge upon
the meaning cf special events, such as Mother's Day, Purim and
Chanukah and Succoth. Special Sabbath services are held the first
Saturday of each month at the Temple. Our thanks are due Mrs. Louis
Joel, Mrs. Roy Benjamin and Mrs. I. L. Kaplan for their effective
and charming stories told on these occasions. Our teachers are
conscientious, dillegent and sympathetic, and are aware of their grave
responsibilities. However they look forward to the help and closest
cccperation of the parents. The teacher's staff comprise the following:
Mrs. M. Greenwood, Miss Dorothy Dwoskin, Mrs. Sam Joseph, Miss
Tess Dwoskin, Miss Therese Freidlin, Miss Sara Salz, Miss Lenore
Halpern, Miss Rose Friedlin and Mrs. I. L. Kaplan.


Rabbi Kaplan supervised a group of post confirmands in a
teachers training course.



HOW PARENTS CAN HELP!!


The cooperation and interest of parents being one of the most important factors in the success of Jewish
education, here are a number of ways in which parents can help.
1. Have your child set aside definite periods during the week for his Religious School assignments.
2. Bring to your child's attention news items of Jewish interest and encourage him to discuss them
with his teacher.
3. Observe the traditional customs and ceremonies for the Sabbath, the Jewish holidays and festivals.
4. Have pictures of Jewish interest in your home.
5. Encourage your child to attend Services the first Sabbath of every month.
6. Confer with the teacher at least once a month regarding the progress of your child. Let your
child know that you are interested.
7. Give Jewish books as gifts for birthdays.


Do not to others what you would not have others do to you.
Our kindliest deeds and our generous gifts go to heaven as messengers, and plead for us before our
Heavenly Father.
The world stands on three pillars: law, worship and charity.


By Patronizing Our Advertisers You Help Our Tempie


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To the New Members who have affiliated with the Congregation during the past
year we extend our heartiest felicitations and sincerely trust they will identify themselves in
all congregational affairs.

Maurice Bartley .... Parkdale Apts., Park & McDuff
Jacob Bettman ....--------------........................... 717 Oak St.
Joseph M. Bransky ........ George Washington Hotel
Fred Bucky .................................... 2025 Park St.
Edward Dobkin .............. Laura and Monroe Sts.
Eli Finkelstein .......................... 924 Margaret St.
David Halpern ............................ 20 E. Eighth St.
Harry Harris ..................... 709 Barnett Bank Bid.
Joseph Hartman ................................. Bisbee Bldg.
Abraham Horowitz ............ 1325 Edgewood Ave.
Sam Joseph ....-........................- 2567 Post St.
Sam Kassewitz .................... Fla. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Irving Levin ........................-........ 2260 Laura St.
Al Levy -......_-. ...--.. ................ Jacksonville Beach
M. Levenstein ........................ 2744 Riverside Ave.
Dr. Henry Mark ....................... St. James Bldg.
Michael Michaelson ........................ 1433 Boulevard
Herbert Panken ................ At. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Mrs. Rebecca Pearlstin ............ 2522 Park St.
Montague Rosenberg ................ Jacksonville Beach
Sheldon Rosenblum ................ 1835 Challen Ave.
Mrs. Rosa G. Sabel ...-.............. Windsor Hotel
Joseph Schlessinger ......--................ 606 Main St.
Alfred Seitner .......................... 1825 Mallory St.
Edward J. Weiner ...................... 2818 Lydia St.








June 13th, 1937 December 31st, 1937
Abraham Horowitz Emanuel Rosenberg
Lee Lasarow Sylvia B. Sablow

June 20th, 1937 January 16th, 1938
Norman Marks Michael Michaelson
Jacqueline J. Streng Mary Yoffe Block

July 6th, 1937 January 16th, 1938
Bernard D. Cohen Maurice Bartley
Dorothy Nathan Carol Weil


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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Naumburg Feted on Fiftieth Anniversary
By Temple Sisterhood


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Julius Naumburg was born in Treuchtlingen Bavaria, September 21, 1854. His father, Abraham Naum-
burg like many relatives and ancestors, was a cantor. Noted among them was Samuel Naumburg, composer of
Jewish religious music. Mr. Naumburg came to America in 1878 and lived for a short time in Baltimore, and
then with relatives in New York City, where he sang in the choir of the Ethical Culture Society of which
Leopold Damrosch was director. Mrs. Damrosch was soloist and their son, Walter Damrosch was organist.
Nr. Naumburg was actively interested in music and attended performances of a quartet every Sunday after-
noon in his uncle's homc Theodore Thomas was a member of this quartet.


Mr. Naumburg went to Petersburg, Va., in 1884, where he bought a
active in the Petersburg Musical Society which sang in many Virginia cities.
Anthony Rosenstock, prominent merchant and a leading citizen of Petersburg,
married his daughter, Gertrude.


men's clothing store. He was
Here he met the family of
and on February 28, 1888,


Gertrude Rosenstock was born June 21, 186;, fourth of a family of ten. The family always lived
in Petersburg, Va., where she spent her life up to marriage, but at the time of her birth, the family went to
Brooklyn, N. Y., and there she was born. The famous blizzard of 1888 occurred in New York during Mr.
and Mrs. Naumburg's honeymoon.

After marriage Mr. and Mrs. Naumburg lived in Petersburg until 1891 when they moved to Wil-
mington, N. C., where they resided for 'five years, and in 1896 they moved to Jacksonville which has been
their home ever since.

Their family consists of three daughters, Mrs. Herbert L. Steiner of New York City, Miss Helen
Naumburg of this city and Mrs. Herbert L. Marx of Albany, N. Y., and one grandson, Herbert L. Marx, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Naumburg and Miss Naumburg a_2 members of Temple Ahavath Chesed and its allied
activities. Mr. Naumburg served as secretary of the Congregation from 1917 to 1931.


1888


1938


GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SERVICE
in honor of
MR. and MRS. JULIUS NAUMBURG
Temple Ahavath Chesed
Friday Evening, February 25, 1938
Jacksonville, Fla.
ORDER OF SERVICE


Organ Prelude ....................--.. .....-- Nelson Brett
Opening Hymn No. 207 -... Choir & Congregation
Evening Prayers-Service No. 4 Union Prayer Book
"How Beautiful Upon the Mountains" (Harker)
Contralto Solo ................. Mrs. Francis M. Holt
"Those Whom We Delight to Honor"
-Rabbi Kaplan
Golden Wedding Anniversary Prayer
-Rabbi Kaplan


"Down By the Living Waters" (Mercandante)
Trio-Miss Martha Liepold, Soprano
Mrs. Francis M. Holt, Contralto
Mr. Louis Augustine, Bass
Greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Naumburg
Mr. J. M. Glickstein, President of Congregation
Closing Hymn, No. 245 .... Choir and Congregation
Adoration -
Benediction ........................................ Rabbi Kaplan
Choral Benediction ............................... Choir
Organ Postlude ...................................... M r. Brett


Service Arranged by Congregation Ahavath Chesed and Temple Sisterhood
under the chairmanship of Miss Beatrice Peiser


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August 21st, 1937
OSCAR BERNSTEIN
October 3rd, 1937
SYLVIA WOLFSON
November 16th, 1937
JOSEPH MENASSE
November 30th, 1937
MILDRED MEYER
December 10th, 1937
PHILIP OSSINSKY
December 20th, 1937
VIOLA RICHARD
February 2nd, 1938
GUSSIE CHURCH
March 1st, 1938
JACOB ALTMAYER
March 25th, 1938
JOSEPH SOLOMONS
March 27th, 1938
FRANCES GUTMAN
May 15th, 1938
ANNA ROSEBURG

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323 Riverside Ave. Phone 5-6713

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S. Looking back ever the year's events the Jesters point with a
S'great deal of pride to three major events which were the highlights
of the season. The Thanksgiving Dance under the able chairmanship
of Mr. Oscar Silverman was a delightful affair. The floor show was
both novel and unique in the field of entertainment. Mr. Martin
'Sack and his committee were responsible for the largest and finest
.- New Year's Eve affair the club has sponsored in many years. Every-
one voted it a most delightful occasion. The Spring Dance was indeed
a gala event. It was a Pirates Dance and was held on a boat chartered
especially for the evening. It was a costume party and the invitations
and favors were all in keeping with "ye old time pirate fashion".
Dr. Sam Witten and his committee deserve much credit for the
Pleasure cf that evening. Indeed all three of these committees are
to be congratulated upon their efforts.

The socials in the club rooms of the Temple Home, also started out
Switch a "bang". Tea dances, Monte Carlo Nights, and Smokers were the
major for-s of entertainment and were patrcnized well for a while.
LEONARD FINKELSTEIN Club rooms were used each night except Friday, and dinners were
President served on Sundays.

We are sorry to say, however, that support a: the Temple Home began to drop off during the second
half of the year. Unfortunately, the Jesters alone do not number enough to support this "Community
House Endeavor" and lack of support of the congregation in general did not warrant the ccntinuat'cn of
the activities that were being held. If the congregation members want this form of activity to be carried out, it
will be possible to continue only with their personal support. The idea was originated so as to set up a Commun-
ity House for the entire congregation. Without their co operation it must fail. Further efforts are being planned
for the coming year. If we receive patronage ;n any reasonable manner, the continuation of the Community
House will be assured.

Up to the present time, the Jesters activities have been purely social. As its membership increased
from twenty to over seventy, there began to appear among its membership an interest in activities other than
social. Plans have been discussed and are being considered for an opportunity for tho3e Jesters interested, to
enter, in an organized manner, Jewish civic and welfare activities, which might furnish additional interests,
and which should be of great advantage to the Congregation and the local Jewish community.

Under the capable leadership of Mr. Harold Cohn as president for the coming year the Jesters should
go forward and surpass their past endeavors. Assisting him will be Mr. Herbert Meyerson vice-president, Mr.
Edgar Felson, secretary-treasurer, and Mr. Wm. Hill corresponding secretary. The present administration wishes
them success, and offers their sincere support to each one.

The efforts of Mr. Ben David, House Chairman, Mr. Herman Rosenblum, Kitchen Chairman, Mr.
Harold Cohn, Activities chairman, and Mr. Edward Morgenstern, chairman of committee for patron membership,
deserve mention and our heartfelt appreciation. While each did not always receive the support he was entitled
to, the tasks were done most efficiently and exceedingly well.


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OFFICERS
LEONARD FINKELSTEIN, President
HERBERT MEYERSON, Vice President
W. S. HILL, Corresponding Secretary
E. M. FELSON, Treasurer
HAROLD COHN, President-Elect


MEMBERSHIP LIST
Barwald, E. P. ........................................ 2057 Post St.
Bergman, Sam ...................................... 2604 Dellwood
Blum, Leo ........................................... 509 East 8th St.
Brest, Alex ................................ Ft. East Adams St.
Broida, Harry ...................................... 2320 College St.
Bromberg, Benjamin J. .......................... 2143 Herschel
Brooks, Maxwell .................................. 407 Riveria St.
Bucholtz, Sam .................................. 1209 Talbot Ave.

Chepenik, Ansel ......................................... 3 LaSalle St.
Cerry, Sam .................................. 324 W. Bay St.
Cohen, Halle ...................................... 1020 River Road
Cohn, Harold ...................................... 4713 Astral Ave.
Coleman, P. N. ....................................... 3311 Pine St.

David, Ben M. .............................. 1230 Belvedere Ave.

Eiseman, Cassious .......................... 1429 Windsor Place

Fagan, Joe ............................................ 1230 Oak St.
Felson, Edgar M. ...................... 7 Alexandria Place N.
Finkelstein, Eli ................................ 924 Maragaret St.
Finkclstein, Leonard .......................... 3670 Herschel St.
Freedman, A ........................................... 1113 Talbot St.

Gerbcrt, Elkin ...................................... 1460 Laura St.
Ginsberg, Clarence ................................ 1113 Talbot St.
Glickstein, Dr. Felix .............................. St. James Bldg.
Glickstein, Jos. M. ...................... 1355 Edgewood Ave.
Grunthal, Dr. Leonard H ............... 1318 Avondale Ave.

Hackel, Dr. Carl .................................. 3535 Park St.
Hackel, Joseph ...................................... 3535 Park St.
Harris, Dave ........................................ 1021 Acosta St.
Harris, Stanley.......................................... 3732 Pine St.
Hirshberg, Morton R. .......................... 1417 Boulevard

Jacobs, S. S. ...................................... 1642 Donald St.
Joel, Louis .......................................... 1365 Belvedere St.
Joel, L. D. ........................................ 1365 Belvedere St.
Joseph Sam ............................................. 2567 Post St.

Kaplan, Dr. I. L. .............................. 1467 Challen Ave.
Karsman, L. W. .................................... 2542 Dellwood
Kassewitz, Sam ................................ 2969 Herschel St.
Kipnis, Jerry ........................................ Roosevelt Hotel
Kugelman, Edgar M ............... Park Lane Apartments

Levy, B. S. ...................................... 3572 Richmond St.
Lippman, Horace R. .............................. 2922 Oak St.
Lippman, L. M. .......................... 3338 Riverside Ave.
Mack, Leo .......................................... 1078 Cherry St.
Meyer, Sidney .................................... 16 W. Forsyth St.


Telephone 5-0300



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MODERATE PRICES GOOD COFFEE


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PHONE 7-1828


Meycrson, H. P. ....................................... 119 Laura St.
Morgenstern, Ed.............. Barnett National Bank Bldg.
Moss, Max N ........................ 2730 Downing Ave
Myerheim, Fred ........................................ Furchgotts

Nursbaum, Clarence ...................... 2142 Riverside Ave.

Obcrdcrfer, Dr. Aaron ........... 1857 Shadowlawn Ave.
Obcrdorfer, Max N. Sr. ............................ 1830 Mallory
Oberdorfer, Max N. Jr. ...................... Old Oak Terrace

Panken, Herbert ........... Atlantic Nat. Bank Bldg.
Reinstine, Harry W. ............................ 1879 Rilbaut Crt.
Roberts, Nat. J. .......................... Neptune Beach, Fla.
Rosenberg, Manny L. .............. 1806 Edgewood Ave.
Rosenberg, Maurice .............................. 221 Laura St.
Rosenberg, Sam ...................................... 221 Laura St.
Rosenblum, Herman ....................... 3655 Herschel St.
Roscnblum, John .............................. 1835 Challen Ave.
Rosenberg, Montague .............................. Graham Bldg.
Rosenblum, Sheldon ........................ 1835 Challen Ave.
Rosenberg, Wm. S ............................... 221 Laura St.
Rosenthal, A. J. .............. 1360 Avondale Ave.
Rothstein, A. H. ................................... Graham Bldg.

Sack, Martin .................................. 1308 Talbot Ave.
Safer, Dr. J. V. ............................ 452 St. James Bldg.
Sager, A. E. .....-........... .............- 2842 Park St.
Sapo:sky, Louis I. ............................ 2916 St. Johns Ave.
Schwartz, Dan ............... Atlantic National Bank Bldg
Scitncr, Robert L. ...................... 1833 Willow Branch
Shcrman, Lou ........................ ............... 634 Bay St.
Silverstein, Irving ............................ 2534 Post. St.
Silverman, Oscar .............................. 4703 Astral Ave.
Sobel, Si ....................................... 2030 Myra St.
Stein, L. A. ......................... ...... Casino Theatre Bldg.

Weil, Nathan Sr. ..... ................... 2061 Forbes St.
Witten, Barney S. ...................... Park Lane Apartments
Witten, Isadore ................................ 125 West 3rd St.
Witten, Max J .................-....... .. 52 West Forsyth St.
Witten, Sam .......-----........................ ... 2632 College St.
Wolfe, Simon .................................... 2565 Myra St.
Wolfson, Lou .............................. 825 N. Myrtle Ave.
Wolfson, M ................ .................. 140 W. 4th St.
Wolfson, Sam ........................... 825 N. Myrtle Ave.
Wurm, Lonnie ................................--- 1810 Dupont Circle


127 WEST ADAMS STREET


TELEPHONE 5-4726


Zacharias, P. W. ................... .... 2073 St. Johns Ave.



PATRON MEMBERS

Brest, Alexander ................................ Commodore's Point
Coleman, P. 'N ........................................ 3311 Pine St.
Freedman, A. ................................ 1113 Talbot Ave.
Glickstein, Jos. M. ................... 1355 Edgewood Ave.
Hackel, Jos ............................................ San Marco
Jacobs, L. D. ........................... 1642 Donald St.
Joel, L. D. ........................................ 1365 Belvedere
Kaplan, I. L ................. .................. 1467 Challen Ave.
Meyerheim, Fred .................................. 3254 Oak St.
N Moss, Max ...................... ............ 2730 Downing St.


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,7 Troop Roster


Arnold. Silverberg
Donald Weiss
Irving Sablow
Cassius Eiseman
George Benjamin
William Lasarow
Paul Nathan
Melvin Haimowitz
Samuel Schain
Abraham Fink
Herman Miller
Harry Baker
Roy Baker
Harold Baker
David Segal ;
William Goldstein
.Leonard Grunthal, Jr.

Seymour Marco
Harold Lovitz
Ralph Cooper
.Albert Stein

Samuel Spivak
George Proctor
Sewell Brownsteen
Henry Bettman
Harold Copeland
Jean Benjamin
Morton Moskovitz
Jimmy Rubenstein
Ted Benjamin
Harry Reinstine, Jr.
Burton Bergman
". Marvin Saul


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.Richard Eiseman
Louis Segal






OUR BOY SCOUTS


Troop 12, composed of boys who are affiliated with the Temple, enjoyed another year of successful
scout activities. Under the leadership of their new scoutmaster Leon Springer the scouts gained much from the
many fine contacts which his experiences brought them. As is evident in glancing at the Troop picture there
are more scouts enrolled this year than ever before which attests to the popularity of the troop. A number of
scouts were successful in becoming Eagle Scouts and in attaining many significant merit badges. While the
trcop as a whole was not triumphant in the several competitive contests, it demonstrated that it was still among
the contenders and to be seriously reckoned with in all inter-troop matches. Perhaps the most pleasant affair
of the season was the annual banquet held at the Temple Home tendered by the Mother's Auxiliary. A splendid
program was arranged with Commissioner Richard as toastmaster in which Scout Executive Boswell, Judge
Cooper Gibbs and Rabbi Kaplan participated in animated and timely addresses. The awarding of medals,
trophies, cups, and other honors formed the added feature of the evening's banquet. Those who were the
recipients of these honors and awards merit our warmest praise and hearty felicitations. The Temple troop
Committee composed of the fathers of the Scouters is also to be congratulated for taking its duties seriously
and the results of its efforts reveals itself in the steady growth and genuine advancement of the troop as a whole.



OUR GIRL SCOUTS


Troop 3 had a very interesting year under the splendid direction of Mrs. Montague Rosenberg with
Mrs. David Cowen as her assistant.

The troop was organized in September and all of the girls are about ready for their 2nd class tests. They
meet every Tuesday afternoon at 3:45 at the Temple Home. There, they sing, play games, study hand crafts,
nature, first aid and many other useful arts and skills and thus learn to be very helpful and self-reliant young,
people. They take hikes and now and then spend a week-end at the Girl Scout Camp. Troop 3 has demonstrated$
that scouting is a very wholesome activity for young girls. They wish to extend an invitation to all girls in
the neighborhood, interested in scouting to join them. Mrs. Rosenberg and Mrs. Cowen are to be congratulated
upon their spelndid troop.



WHY I AM A JEW


I AM a Jew because born of Israel and having lest it, I felt it revive within me more alive than I am
myself.
I am a Jew because born of Israel, and having found it again, I would have it live after me even
more alive than it is within me.
I am a Jew because the faith of Israel asks every possible sacrifice of my soul.
I am a Jew because in every age when the cry of despair is heard, the Jew hopes.
I am a Jew because in all places where there are tears and suffering, the Jew weeps.
I am a Jew because the message of Israel is the most ancient and the most modern.
I am a Jew because Israel's promise is a universal promise.
I am a Jew because for Israel the world is not finished; men will complete it.
I am a Jew because for Israel man is not yet created; men are creating him.
I am a Jew because Israel places Man and his Unity above nations and above Israel itself.
I am a Jew because above Man, image of the Divine Unity, Israel places the unity which is divine.
-Edmond Fleg (an eminent French writer and Philosopher).


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V Edith Abrams
Gladys Atlas
Carolyn Bergman
Glina Cowen
Rita Genzier
Ida May Goldfarb
Lois Katz
Aline Kunsberg
Charlotte Lasarow
Bernice Miller

Harriet Pearlstin
Margaret Roberts
1Beverly Stein
SSylvia Udelsohn
Harriet Zacharias
._, Harriet Zacharias







Jachaon2c71L fJEiAqiiT dommnwity CownL2cd


Here are Mr. Max Moss, Rabbi and Mrs. Kaplan greeting Judge Morris Rothenberg of New York upon his arrival
to inspire the community at its first and most enthusiastic Community Council meeting.


The Jacksonville Jewish Community Council has every reason to feel proud of its achievements as
a fund raising organization. Steadily from its initial campaign three years ago when but a modest sum was
secured from a limited number of contributors, the pulse of Jacksonville Jewry has been found to be beating in
tune with the rest of American Jewry. The reports from the campaign committee give a glowing account
of over ten thousand dollars pledged up to date. This is by far the largest sum ever gotten together for
charitable purposes. The beneficiaries, representing many non-local charitable institutions will be happy to
learn of the growing spirit of generosity of our people. Not only was more money raised but there were many
more contributors. There was also a fine spirit of cooperation shown by our local groups. We are all realize,
ing the seriousness of the times through which we are passing and we are meeting the situation as dignified loyal
Jews.

Mr. Max Moss, Chairman of the Campaign together with his co-chairmen and solicitors deserve all
the credit for the success of the drive. Untiringly and persistently they, gave of their energies.



OFFICERS


ALEX BREST, President
MAX RUBIN, Vice President
RABBI I. L. KAPLAN, Vice President


HAROLD COHN, Vice President
MAX MOSS, Treasurer
RABBI MORRIS D. MARGOLIS, Secretary


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We are glad indeed to publish the names and the contributions of all
who thus far contributed to the campaign.


Aronovitz, Morris
Atlas, Max

Baker, Marx
Baker and Spivak
Baiter, B.
Bartley, Jce
Barwald, E. B.
Barwald, M. W.
Becker, Beno
Becker, Jack
Becker, Joe
Benjamin, R. A.
Berkovitz, B.
Berman, S.
Berncy, Bernard
Berinhout, L.
Blitstein, Phil
Bloom, J.
Bono, Mesod
Bork, Phillip
Bransky, Joseph
Brash, Sol
Brest, A!exander
Brown, A.' T.
Bucky, Fred
Buch.ltz, L. & Son
Butts, Elliot W.


1.00 Glickstein,Joseph M.
15.00 Goffin A. S.
Goldberg, Louis
100.00 Goldblatt, S.
125.00 Goldstein, Miss Rose
10.00 Greenblatt, M. J.
150.00 Gross, N.V.
5 nn Grunthal, Dr. L.


5.00
12.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
15.00
5.00
15.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
20.00
15.00
50.00
550.00
10.00
5.00
50.00
50.00


Cararih, Herman 1.00
Carnot, A. P. 10.C9
Center Sunday School 15.00
Chepenik, N. & Sons 200.00
Cherry, Sam 10.00
Coleman, R.- L. 25.00
Coleman, P. N. 100 00
Cohn, Harold 25.00
Cohen Brothers 200.00
Cohen, Halle 100.00
Cohen, Joseph 10.00
Cohen, L. H. 10.00
Cohen, M. 15.00
Cohen, M. I. 20.00
Cooper, A. 5.00

Daylight Grocery 600.00
Domb, Joseph 20.00
Duval Bar. & Bot. Co. 20.00
Dwoskin, I. 10.00
Dwosklin, Nathan 50.00

Edelstein, I. 25.00
Eskin, M. : 25.00
Friedberg, Max 10.00
Friedman, Max 5.00
Fleet, J. 25.00
Fletcher, Ben 5.00
Fraden, H. 10.00
Freedman, A. 25.00
Fagan, Mrs. A. 10.00
Feldman, Mrs. Ida 5.00
Felson, Edgar M. 10.00
Fink, Charles 5.00
Finkelstein, Harry 200.00
Finkelstein, Leonard 15.00
Finn, G. 5.00

General Beverage 75.0O
Ghelerter, M. 25.00
Galintsky, Sam 10.0C
Gamse, Sam 10.00
Geiberg, Mrs. Mary S. 5.00
Gendzier, Harry 10.00


50.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
12.00
10.00
5.00
15.00


Harris Harry 100.00
Hackel, Dr. Carl 10.00
Hackel, Joseph 100.00
Haimowitz, P. 15.00
Halle, Miss Ray 10.00
Halpern, David 15.00
Hammerman, Maurice 10.00
Haber Brothers 10.00
Haris, D. 25.00
Hammerman, Sam 25.00
Hecht, Mrs. I. 10.00
Hellman, Mrs. J. 10.00
Henry, Eugene L. 5.00
Hindin, Harry 15.00
Hirschberg, M. R. & M.W.
160.00
Hollinger, M. 1000
Horovitz, Mrs.. D. 5.00
Hunt, Julian S. 1.00
Hyman, H. 25.00

Issac, I. 200
Issac, Miss Martha 5.00

Jax. Bottling Co. 75.00
Jacobs, S. S. 50.00
Jacobs, V. E. & Nat Weil
50.00
Jacobson, H. 5.00
Jewish Prog. Society 50.00
Joel, Miss Ethel 10.00
Joel, H. H. 10.00
Joel, L. D. 100.00
Joel, Louis S. 10.00
Joseph, Sam 2.00
Joseph, Stanley M. 10.00


Kaplan, Rabbi I. L.
Kass, Charles
Kass, Sidney
Kassewitz, Sam
Kantor, Perry
Katz, Harry
Kipnis, Sam
Klepper, S. J.
Klepper, Laser
Kline, H.
Koffler, Abe
Kramer M.
Kramer, S. D.
Krantz, Roland
Kristle, Mrs. Al
Kroser, Charles

Landau, jack
Lapinsky, J.
Lasaras, Morris
Leibovitz, J.
Leitman, Max
Levin, Julius
Levy, B. S.
Lieberman, I. M.


25.00
12.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
15.00
100.00
10.00
15.00
20.00
10.00
1.00
40.00
5.00
5.00
25.00

5.00
20.00
10.00
5.00
25.00
10.00
600.00
100.00


Lippman, Mrs. Gabe
& L. M. 200.00


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RATES FROM $1.00-WITH BATH $1.50


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Rooms 20, 21, 22, 27

107 West Forsyth
CASTLE HALL


Lipschitz, A.
Lipson, I.
Lovitz, Phillip


10.00
15.00
20.00


Mack, J. L. 10.00
Manhoff, Dr. Ben 25.00
Marco, J. M. 10.00
Marco, Milton 5.00
Mark, Dr. Henry 5.00
Margol & Fletcher 200.00
Margolis, Rabbi M. D.
25.00
Marcovitz, V. 50.00
Merlin, Theo. 10.00
Max, Mrs. Flora T. 20.00
McCullough, Mrs. E. F.
10.00


Mendelsohn, Mrs. A.
Meyer, Sidney
Meyerson, H. P.
Mirkis, Max
Mizrahi, S.
Morgenstern, Edw. 1

Morgenstern, I.
Moscovitz, David
Moscovitz, Isadore
Moscovitz, Mrs. J.
Moscovitz, J.
Moscovitz, Louis
Moscovitz, Morris
Moss, Leonard
Moss, Max
Moss, Rudy
M. 0. T. Sorority

Nabin, A.
Nachman,' Harry
Naumburg, J.
Newman, Nathan 6s

Nimovitz, M.

Oberdorfer, Dr. A.
Oberdorfer, Max N.
Oberdorfer, Max N.

Ossinksy, Emma

Paul, Louis
Peltz, H.
Pinkoson, S. P.
Pokorney, Nat
Porjes, Adolph
Portnoy, Morris
Proctor, Jack
Puldey, P.


5.00
25.00
50.00
100.00
53.00
M.
15.00
10.00
75.00
15.00
15.00
10.00
50.00
15.00
25.00
250.00
10.00
12.00

15.00
25.00
10.00
Abe
50.00
10.00

10.00
20.00
Jr.
5.00
10.00

10.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
5.00


Rabinowitz, H. 5.00
Ralph, A. 20.00
Reinstine, H. W. 50.00
Reinstine, S. N. 1.00
Richard, Joel 5.00
Roberts, Nathan J. 20.00
Robin, A. 100.00
Robin, Rev. Joseph 5.00
Robin, Nat 5.00
Rose, Dr. Joseph 10.00
Rose, Max 20.00
Rosenberg, Al. 25.00
Rosenberg, Jac 100.00
Rosenberg, Montague 10.00
Rosenberg, Rubin 10.00
Rosenblatt, Harry 10.00
Rosenblum, Frank 105.00
Rosenblum, Herman 10.00
Rosenfield, Benj. 5.00
Rosenthal, A. J. 50.00


Rosenthal, D. 5.00
Rothstein, A. H. 10.00
Rothstein, Max 25.00
Rubin, Max 100.00

Sablow, M. M. 25.00
Sacks, Harry 10.00
Safer, Arber 5.00
Safer, Harry 5.00
Safer, Dr. J. V. 50.00
Safer, Jacob 12.00
Savitz, M. 25.00
Selber, Abe 10.00
Seligman, Gus 5.00
Selgman, Mort 1000
Schain, Sidney 10.00
Schemer, A. 25.00
Schemer, Henry 10.00
Schemer, N. N. 10.00
Segal, J. D. 5.00
Selber, Hyman 25.00
Setter, Ben 250.00
Shapiro, Aron 5.00
Shatkowsky, P. 15.00
Schevitz, L. 5.00
Shatkowsky, P. 15.00
Shorstein, Nat 5.00
Shorstein, N. H. 50.00
Silver, Sidney 50.00
Silverberg, I. 100.00
Silverman, W. 25.00
Simpson, M. 15.00
Sloat, J. 25.00
Slott, Miss Hattie 5.00
Smith, S. 20.00
Soble, H. 5.00
Sommer, Mrs. A. 10.00
Spaniard, Harry 5.00
Stein, Alfred 10.00
Stein, Ben 350.00
Stein, Ira 35.00
Stein, L. A. 250.00
Stern, Mrs. Estelle 5.00
Surasky, Jack 5.00

Temple Sunday School
15.00
Talisman, Herbert 10.00


Visitor


Wachtel, A. H.
Weiner, Edw. J
Weingast, B.
Weintraub, J.
Weiss, Mrs. Bertha
Weiss, Al.
Weiss, Sam
Wilensky, Joseph
Witten, B. S.
Witten, Ike
Witten, Max
Witten, Morris
Witten, Dr. Sam
Wolf, M. J.
Wolfson, Louis
Wolfson, M.
Wolfson, Sam
Wolfson, Sol
Wyman, A. H.

Yoffee, Ben

Zavon, V.
Zinman, Sam
Zoslow, A.


5.00
5.00
10.00
100.00
5.00
5.00
25.00
25.00
15.00
100.00
200.00
50.00
25.00
15.00
50.00
300.00
50.00
5.00
10.00

50.00

10.00
15.00
10.00


This List is Complete Up to May 25, 1938


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JU nZ- lEz.t of Conyzqation J/fihavatfi C&izd


Kaplan, Dr. I. L. ................................ 1467 Challen Ave.




HONORARY MEMBERS


Moses, Mrs. I. L ...................----....... Windsor Hotel

MEMBERSHIP LIST

Altmayer, Mrs. S. .............................. Windsor Hotel
Ansbacker, M.orris .......................... 2934 Selma Street

Bartley, Maurice .................................. Park & McDuff
Barwald, E. P. ........................................ 2057 Post St.
Benjamin, J, P. ................................... 316 Herschel St.
Benjamin, R. A. .................................. 343 Oak St.
Bettman, Jacob ............................................ 717 Oak St.
Blankfield, M. .................................. 12 W. 20th St.
Blattncr, Samuel ................................ 133 W. 5th St.
Blitstein, Philip ........................ 2798 St. Johns Ave.
Bransky, Joseph M ............... Geo. Washington Hotel
Brash, Sol .................................... 1640 Aberdeen Ave.
Rest, Alexander ................................ Commodore's Point
Bromberg, Benjamin B. ...................... 2143 Herschel St.
Brown, Sidney J. .................................. 2817 Lydia St.
Bucholtz, Samuel ...................... ......... 1290 Talbot Ave
Bucky, Fred W. ...................................... 2025 Park St

Chepenik, Ansel .................................... 533 La Salle St.
Chepenik, Nathan ............................ 725 Largo Place
Cherry, Maurice .............................. 2259 College St.
Cohen, Miss Cecil ................................ 2518 Oak St.
Cohen, Miss Gertrude .......................... Hotel Burbridge
Cohen, Halle ..................................... River Road
Cohen, M. I. ....................................... 2204 Oak St.
Cohen, Mrs. S. M. .......................... 1341 Hubbard St.
Cohn, Harold, S. .................................. 4713 Astral Ave.
Coleman, Miss Olivia ......................... 710 River Road
Coleman, P. N ...................................... 3311 Pine St.
Coleman, R. L. ................................ Park Lane Apts.

David, Ben M. .............................. 1230 Belvedere Ave.
Davis, Dave .................................. 904 Margaret St.
Davis, Sam ........................................ 2032 Silver St.
Dobkin, E. .................................. Laura & Monroe Sts.

Edwards, I. H. .............................. 2057 Dellwood Ave.
Eiseman, Cassius M. ...................... 1433 Windsor Place
Endel, Marcus, Jr. .............................. 2542 Herschel St.

Felson, Edgar M. ...................... 1535 Alexandria Place
Fendig, L. R. .................................. 1620 Edgewood Ave.
Finkelstein, Eli .................................. Graham Building
Finkelstein, Harry .......................... 924 Margaret St.
Finkelstein, Leonard ............................ 3670 Herschel St.
Finkelstein, Mrs. N. ................................ Hotel Roosevelt
Frank, Mrs. Phil .................................. Hotel Roosevelt
Fricdberg, M. L. ...................... 1360 Hollywood Ave.


Naumberg, J. ..-........---------............ 1321 Hubbard St.

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8th & MAIN ST. 10c 25C 'PHONE 5-0335

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Gendzier, Harry .................................. 2831 Park St.
Gerbert, Elkin ...................................... 1460 Laura St.
Gerbert, Harry .................................... 1460 Laura St.'
Glickstein, Joseph M. ................ 1355 Edgewood Ave.
Goffin, S. S. ....................................... 1426 Laura St.
Goldstein, Miss Rose ........................ 1520 Copeland St.
Greenblatt, M. J. .......................... 2008 Riverside Ave.
Grunthal, Dr. L. H. ...................... 1318 Avondale Ave.

Hackel, Dr. Carl .................................. St. James Bldg.
Halle, Miss Ray ...................................... 2305 Post St.
Halpern, Dave .................................... 520 E. 8th St
Halpern, Sam .............................. 2824 St. Johns Ave.
Hammel, H. S. .................................. Park Lane Apts.
Harris, Harry .......................................... Barnett Bldg.
Harris, Mrs. Herrman H. ............ 2547 St. Johns Ave.
Harris, Stanley .............................................. Pine Street
Hartman, Joseph ...................................... Bisbee Bldg.
Hill, W. S. ....................................... Hotel Burbridge
Hindin, Harry ................ ................ 141 W. Bay St.
Hirshberg, B. ........................................ 1311 Talbot Ave.
Hirschberg, Mrs. J. .............................. P. O. Box 1035
Hirschberg, Morton R. .......................... P. O. Box 1035
Horovitz, Abe ...................................... Edgewood Ave.
Horovitz, Mrs. D. ................................ 1345 Talbot Ave.

Isaac, H. M. .................................... 1648 Mallory St.
Isaac, Miss Martha .................................... 222 W. 7th St.
Stomaken, Mrs. Belle .............................. 222 W. 7th St.

Jacobs, B ........................ ...................... Starke, Florida
Jacobs, Henry ...................................... 1406 Laura St.
Jacobs, Mrs. Leah E. ...................... 1230 Belvedere Ave.
Jacobs, S. S. ...................................... 1642 Donald St.
Jacobs, V. E. .................................. Park Lane Apts.
Joel, Miss C. R. .......................... 2794 St. Johns Ave.
Jrel, L. D. .................................... 1365 Belvedere Ave.
Joel, L. S ...................................... 1302 Talbot Ave.
Joseph, Sam ................................... 2567 Post St.

Karsman, L. W. .......................... Adams & Laura Sts.
Kacewitz, Samuel .......................... 2969 Herschel St.
Klepper, Laser ............................... 1406 Ingleside Ave.
Klepper, S. J. ...................................... 2317 College St.
Koffler, Abe ...................................... P. O. Box 966
K;rzmer, Charles .................................. Windsor Hotel
Kugclman, E. M ......................... Park Lane Apts.

Lasarow, D. H. ...................................... 2314 Post St.
Levin, Irving ........................................ 2260 Laura St.
Levy, Al ............................ ..................... 2832 Oak St.
Levy, B. S. ...................................... 3572 Richmond St.
Levenstein, M. ............................ 2744 Riverside Ave.
Liebman, Jos. ...... ................................. 1560 Silver St.
Lippman, Mrs. Gabe ...................... 3331 St. Johns Ave.
Lippman, Horace ...................................... 2921 Oak St.
Lippman, L. M. .............................. 3338 Riverside Ave.
Lippman, L. P. ................................. 2311 Myra St.

McCullough, Mrs. E. F............... Atlantic Beach, Fla.
Mack, J. L. ............................................. 2794 Oak St.
; Mack, Leo ......................................... 1078 Cherry St.


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Marco, M. ..........................---- ----- 2746 Park St
Mark, Dr. Henry ................. ........ St James Bldg.
Mark, Hugo ...............................----- 2585 Post St.
Max, Mrs. Flora T. ........................... 1520 Copeland St.
Maza, B. ................. ....... ............ 2135 College St.
Meyeg, Max ......................................... 33 S. Ocean St.
Meyer, Sidney ..................... ........... 16 W. Forsyth St.
Meyerheim, Fred .............................. ... 3254 Oak St.
Meyerheim, Harold ...................... ......... 3254 Oak St.
Meyerson, H. P. ................................. 618 Largo Road
Meyerson, Morris .................. Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
Michelson, Michel .....................-.... 1443 Boulevard
Morgenstern, Edw. W. ...................... 1380 Talbot Ave.
Moss, Max ....................................... P. 0. Box 693
Myerson, M. H. .............................. Professional Bldg.

Nathan, Paul .......................................... 2025 Post St.

Oberdorfer, Dr. Aaron .................. 1857 Shadowlawn
Oberdorfer, Albert .............................. P. O. Box 263
Oberdorfer, Max N. Sr. ...................... St. James Bldg.
Oberdorfer, M. N. Jr. ...................... Old Oak Terrace
Ossinsky, Mrs. A. .................................. Windsor Hotel

Panken, Herbert .............................. 2969 Herschel St.
Pearlstin, Mrs. Rebecca ............................ 2522 Park St.
Peiser, I ...................... ...................... 2142 Pearl St.

Rachleff, Jake .................................. P. O. Box 543
Reinstine, Harry .......................... 1879 Ribault Court
Reinstine, Mrs. N. .............................. 310 Church St.
Richard, Joel ...................................... 121 W. Bay St.
Roberts, Bernard .......................... Neptune Beach, Fla.
Roberts, N J. ......................................... Barnett Bldg.
Rosenberg, Jac .............................. 1806 Edgewood Ave.
Rosenberg, Montague .............................. Graham Bldg.
Rosenberg, Sam .................... Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
Rosenberg, W. S. .......................... 1438 Talbot Ave.
Rosenblum, Herman .......................... 3655 Herschel St.
Rosenblum, John .......................... 1835 Challen Ave.
Rosenblum, Sheldon .......................... 1835 Challen Ave.
Rosenthal, A. J. .............................. 1360 Avondale Ave.
Rothschild, A. A. ...................... 1418 Avondale Ave.
Rothschild, Miss Carrie .......................... 2311 Myra St.
Rothstein, A. H. .............................. 3893 Herschel St.

Sabel, Mrs. Rosa G ..................... % Harry Reinstine
Atlantic Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Sablow, M. M ................................... 2118 College St.
Sack, Martin ...................................... 1308 Talbot Ave.
Sander, Herbert L. .......................... 4544 Ramona Blvd.
Sapolsky,, I. L. ............................................. Furchgotts
Schlessinger, Joe .................................. 6061/2 Main St.
Schwartz, Paul .............................. 1419 River Wd. In.
Segal, Joe ............................................. Jax. Beach, Fla.
Segal, J. D. .................................. 1295 Avondale Ave.
Segal, Sidney ........................................ 407 W. Gary St.
Scitner, Alfred .................................. 1825 Mallory St.
Scitner, R. L. ................ 1833 Willow Branch Terrace
Seligman, Gus .................................. 741 W. Ashley St.
Seligman, Mort .................................. 741 W. Ashley St.
Sherman, Louis B ................................ 634 W. Bay St.
Silverbcrg, I. ...................................... 2562 College St.


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DOMESTIC LAUNDRY


g0gic


The (



SEV


112 HOGS



XER
TO RESTO


1. Don't attend meetings, but if you do, plan to
arrive late.

2. Be sure to leave before the meeting is adjourned.

3. When at meetings, vote to do everything, then
sit and do nothing.

4. Take no part in the organization's affairs.

5. Be sure to sit in the back so that you can
can talk "it" over with a friend.

6. Get all that the organization offers, and give
the organization nothing.


7. Never ask anyone to join the organization.

8. Talk cooperation, and never cooperate.

9. If asked to help, always say, "I haven't time."

10. Never accept an office, because it is easier
to criticize than to do things.

11. If appointed to a committee, never give any
time or service to it.
12. When you receive a statement for your dues,
ignore it.
13. Never read publications or anything pertain.
ing to the organization.


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S ilverman, Oscar L. ........................ 4703 Astral Ave.
Sommer, Mrs. A. ....................................... 2305 Post St.
Springer, Leon .............................. 2650 Dellwood Ave.
Stein, Ben .............................................. Villa Alexandria
Stein, L. A. ........................................... Villa Alexandria
Stern, Mrs. Estelle ............................ Mutual Life Bldg.
Sternberg, Nat ............................................ Starke, Fla.
Strumpf, Dr. I. J ................................ Colonial Manor


Torn, Dr. D. B. ..................................... Buckman Bldg.
TEL. NUMBER 7-8686
Wachtel, A. H. ....................................... Peacock Apt.
Forres and Lime Srees Walker, Simpson R ............................ 2713 Herschel St.
Waybright, Mrs. Edgar .................... 2601 Herschel St.
Weil, Mrs. A. B. ...................... Hotel Andrew Jackson
W eil, Nat .......................................... 2061 Forbes St.
Weiner, Edw. J. .............................. 2818 Lydia St.
Si D L Weiss, Chas. .................................. 1662 Stockton St.
Criterion Barber Shop Weiss, Herbert .................................... 837 Mango Place
(Formerly Esquire Barber Shop) Weiss, Jacob ................................. 1662 Stockton St.
Weiss, Sam ...................................... 2923 Forbes St.
AIR CONDITIONED Wexler, Go. .................................... 410 W. Forsyth St.
SWilkinson, Mrs. A. H ............... 1450 Edgewood' Ave.
EN BARBERS- TWO MANICUR S Witten, B. S. ...................... ..................... Levys
J. H. Addison, Proprietor Witten, Max ........................................ 52 W. Forsyth St.
AN STREET TELEPHONE 5-1334 Witten, M. H. .............................. ..... 2136 Forbes St.
Witten, Dr. Sam .................................. 2632 College St.
S Wolfson, Lou E ....................... 1271 Belmont Terrace
Wolfson, M. ...................................... Villa Alexandria
Wolfscn, Sam W. .............................. Villa Alexandria
VAC SCALP TREATMENTS Wurm, Lonnie ................................ 1816 Du Dont Circle
RE AND PROMOTE NEW GROWING HAIR Wyman, A. H. .................................. 712 Largo Road
By Appointment Only
Zacharias, Herbert ............................. 555 La Salle St.
Zacharias, P. W. .......................... 2973 St. Johns Ave.




13 Ways to Kill a Club

"Now making the rounds of club publications is a list of "13 ways to kill a club,"
said to have originated within th3 ranks of a service club. Its general applicability
leads appropriately to the reproduction below:


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OFFICERS
MORRIS H. WITTEN ............................... ...... President
ABE DIAMOND ........................................---- ........ 1st Vice-president
HERBERT PANKEN ..................................... 2nd Vice-president
ELI FINKELSTEIN ........................................ 3rd Vice-president
SIDNEY C. KASS ................................. ............. Secretary
MAX MOSS .............................................. Treasurer
JOSEPH S. WILENSKY ........................................ Monitor
ISADORE MOSCOVITZ .......................................... Asst. Monitor
HARRY GENDZIER .......................... ............ Warden


TRUSTEES
RABBI I. L. KAPLAN SAM J. KLEPPER
RABBI M. D. MARGOLIS J. HACKEL
MAX RUBIN
MR. MORRIS H. WITTEN
President

The Jacksonville Lodge of the B'nai B'rith was re-organized a little over a year ago. It was started
with about 75 members and in the short time that it has been in existence its roster has been more than
doubled.
The name of the lodge was changed to the A. B. Weil Lodge to honor the man who was most
responsible for keeping B'nai B'rith alive in the city of Jacksonville.

B'nai B'rith now holds regular monthly luncheon meetings on the last Friday in each month. During
the past year some of our principal speakers at these meetings have been: Montague Rosenberg, Nathan J.
Roberts, Dr. Elihu Rickell, Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan, Hyman Jacobs, Maier Triest, Joseph Wilensky, Harold
Cohn and Dr. Joseph Rose.

The lccal lodge has undertaken as its major project for the coming year the naturalization of all Jews
who are not citizens of this country.
It is with a feeling of great assurance that we look forward to the coming year. Our membership
is constantly increasing and we are serving the Jews of this community and of the entire world more and
more. The B'nai B'rith is planning to take advantage of the plan to bring into this country the political
and religious refugees of European countries, as voiced by Secretary Hull.

MEMBERSHIP LIST
Atlas, Max ............................. 601 West Bay Street UPOLSTERING REFINISHING
Bryan, Sam ..................................... 2136 Roselle Street
Blair, Harry ......................................... 10 Broad Street Free Delivery
Baker, Marx .................................. 35 W est Bay Street
Benjamin, Roy ...................................... Bisbee Building C. F. FRENCH
Berkovitz, B ................................ 46 W est Forsyth Street
Bucholz, L. .................................... Mutual Life Building REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
Brcst, Alcx .................................. Ft. East Adams Street
Bccker, J. .................................... 635 W est Bay Street
Baker, B. ...................................... 925 West Bay Street 206 Riverside Ave. Jacksonville
Baker, Benjamin .......................... 925 West Bay Street ,,. .. ,,,,_


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OF AMERICA


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Baker, Robert .............................. 925 West Bay Street
Brash, Sol .................................... Buckman Building
Bork, Phillip ...................................... 224 Main Street
Blittstein, Phillip ...................... 2798 St. Johns Avenue
Brownsteen, Morris ...................... 2061 College Street
Brown, Sidney J. ........................ 1202 Barnett Building
ecker, Jack .................................. 209 Broad Stree.
Bucholz, Sam ................................... Mutual Life Bldg.
Cohen, Halle ........................................... Cohen Brothers
Cohen, M. I. ........................................ 2204 Oak Street
Chepenik, N. .............................. 408 West Gay Strce;
Chepenik, Abe .............................................. 547 LaSale
Chepenik, Ansell ......................................... 533 LaSalle
Chepenik, Meyer ...................... 2912 St. Johns Aevnue
Coleman, P. N. .................................. 2311 Pine Street
Cchn, Harold ................................ Jacksonville Journal
Davis, David ...................................... 904 Margaret Street
Dcmb, Joseph .......................... 24 West Forsyth Street
Dwoskin, Nathan ....................... 422 West Bay Stree:
Dryfus, D. S. ............................................. 324 LaSalle
Datz, Sam ................................... 721 Acosta Street
Diamond, Abe .............................. 2748 Greeh Street
Eiseman, C. M. ......................... 1433 Windsor Place
Felson, E. M. .................................. St. James Building
Finkelstein, Eli ...................................... Graham Building
Finkelstein, Harry ...................... 635 West Bay Street
Finkelstein, Leonard .................. 24 West Forsyth Street
Friedberg, Max L. ...................... 1360 Hollywood Ave.
Freedman, Abraham .......................... 16 S. Main Street
Fagan, Joe ............................... 519 West Bay Street
Gendzicr, Harry .............................. 2831 Park StreL.
J. M. Glickstein .............................. 9 N. Ocean Street
Galinsky, Sam .......................... 21 West Forsyth Street
Ghelerter, Morris .................... 756 West Adams Street
Greenblatt, M. J. ........................ 2008 Riverside Ave.
Grunthcl, Dr. Leonard H. .................. 6 Hogan Stree
lIalpern, Samuel ........................... 6 West Bay Street
Hackel, Dr. Carl .............................. St. James Building
Hirschberg, Morton ............................. 1417 Boulevard
Ilirsch, Morris ................................ 2769'/2 Oak Street
Holl'ns, Milton L. .................. Phillips Street So. Jax:
H:ckcl, J .................... ..................... 335 Park Street
Harris, Stanley ..................... ...... .......... Levy's
Haim-w\it, M. M. .......................... 22 West Bay Street
H-'riF. David .................................. 1021 Acosta Street
IIcrovitz, Abe .......................... 1325 Edgewood Avenue
Isaacs, Herbert M. ............................... 601 Main Street
Joel, Lionel ....................................... Casino Theatre
Jacobs, Henry ................................ 119 West Bay Street
Jacobs, S. S. .................................. Hildebrandt Building
Kaplan, Rabbi Israel L. ............ 1647 Challen Avenue
Klepper, S. J. .......................... 100 West Forsyth Street
Klepper, L. .................................. 138 West Bay Street
Kass, M. C. ........................................ 1743 Boulevard
Kramer, S. D. .................................. 1911 Pearl Street
Koffler, A. L. ........................................ Aragon Hotel
Kass, Sidney C. ................................. Graham Building
Lippman, L. M ....................... 3338 Riverride Avenue
Levy, B. S. ................... .............................. Levy's-
Lovitz, Phillip .............................. 2576 Edison Avenue






Lieberman, I. M. .............................. 1826 Perry Street
Lasarow, D. H. ................................. 2314 Post Street
Levin, Irving ..................................... 2260 Laura Street

Moss, Leonard ................................ 2241 College Street
Moscovitz, Morris ................................ 220 Broad Street
Moss, Max ........................................ P. O. Box 693
Moscovitz, David .............................. 145 Broad Street
Moscovitz, Louis .................................. 308 Main Street
Meyer, Sidney .......................... 16 West Forsyth Street
Meyerheim, Fred .................................... Furchgott's
Morgenstern, Edward ....................... Barnett Building
Moscovitz, Isadore ...................... 2754 Riverwood Lane
Manhoff, Dr. B. ....................... 47 West Duval Street
Margolis, Rabbi M. D. ...................... 1431 Laura Street
Marco, J. M. ...................................... 2746 Park Street
Maza, B. .......................................... 2135 College Street
Markovitz, V. Z. .............................. 1824 Perry Street

Newman, Abe .............................. 927 West Bay Street
Newman, Nathan .......................... 927 West Bay Street
Nachman, Harry .................................. 400 Main Street

Oberdorfer, Max N. Sr., ................... St. James Building
Oberdorfer, Max N. Jr. ................ St James Building
Oberdorfer, Dr. A. A. .................. St. James Building

Pinkoson, S. P. ........................ 535 West Bay Street
Panken, Herbert .................. Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg.
Pilton, Ernest .............................. 22 West Bay Street
Peier, Isaac ...................................... 2142 Pearl Street

Rothstein, A. H. .................................. Graham Building
Rosenblum, Frank .................................... Hogan Street
Rosenblum, John ....................................... Higan Street
Romenblum, Herman .................................. Higan Street
Rosenberg, Montague ........................ Graham Building
Rosenberg, Jac ......................................... Quality Shop
Rcinstine, Harry .................. Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg.
Roberts, Nathan J. .............................. Barnett Building
Rubin, Max .............................. 312 West Forsyth Street
Rothschild, A. A. ...................... 1418 Avindale Avenue
Rubin, Charles .................................... 12 Broad Street
Rosenson, Leopold ................................ 111 Main Street

Silverberg, I. .................................. 107 West Bay Street
Stein, Ben ...................................... 2648 College Street
Shorstein, N. H. ...................................... Cunningham's
Springer, Leon ........................ 2654 Dellwood Avenue
Spiwak, J. .................................. 925 West Bay Street
Silver, S. ........................................... 218 Main Street
Safer, Dr. J. V. .............................. St. James Building
Shorstein, Nat ............................ ...................... Levy's
Stein, Ira ..................................... 2862 College Street
Safer, Moe B. ...................................... Graham Building
Schorr, William .................................... P. O. Box 704
Sablow, M. M. .................................. 203 Laura Street
Stein, Lukie ............................................ Casino Theatre
Seligman, Mort ...................... 741 West Ashley Street
Sless, S. B. ...................................... Greanleaf Building
Silverman, William ...................... 462 Riverside Avenue

Tatt, Charles P. .......................... 236 West Bay Street


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Weingast, B. .................................. 137 West Bay Street
Witten, Morris H. ........................ 635 West Bay Street
Witten, Dr. Sam .............................. St. James Building
Witten, B. S. ... ..................... ..................... Levy's
Weil, Nathan .................................. Jacobs Jewelry Co.
Weil, Prof. Joseph ........................ University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
Weiss, Sam ............................... 124 West Forsyth Street
Wolfscn, M. ................................ 825 N. Myrtle Avenue
Wolfson, Sam W. .................. 825 N. Myrtle Avenue
Wolfson, Louis E ............................ 825 N. Myrtle Ave-
Witten, Ike .......................................... 302 Main Street
Witten, Max ................................ 2051 College Street
Witten, Max J. ...................... 52 West Forsyth Street
Wachtal, A. H ..................................................... Levy's
Wilensky, Jcseph S. .............. Law Exchange Building
Wolf, E .................................... 1029 N. Myrtle Avenue
Yoffee, B. B. ........................................ 2583 Myra Street

Zacharias, P. W .................................... Cohen Brothers
Zinman, Sam .................................. 535 West Bay Street

Rose, Max :..;................................. 212 E. 6th S:reet
Torn, Dr. D. B ................................ Buckman Building
Schevitz, Nathan ........................ Law Exchange Building
Richard, Joel ......................................... 282 Oak Street
Joel, Louis .......................................... Graham Building
Blattner, Sam .................................. 630 W. Forsyth St.
Hindin, Harry ........................................ 141 W. Bay St.
Setzer, B ....................................... 2929 Forbes Street


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Ten Commandments for Synagogue and Church Attendants


I.
Thou shalt not come to service late,
Nor for the Amen refuse to wait.
II.
Thy noisy tongue thou shalt restrain
When speaks the organ its refrain.
III.
But when the hymns are sounded out,
Thou shalt lift up thy voice and shout.
IV.
The endmost seat thou shalt leave free,
For more must share the pew with thee.
V.
The offering-plate thou shalt not fear,
But give thine uttermost with cheer.


VI.
Thou shalt this calendar peruse,
And look here for the church's news.
VII.
Thou shalt the minister give heed,
Nor blame him when thou'rt disagreed.
VIII.
Unto thy neighbor thou shalt bend,
And if a stranger, make a friend.
IX.
Thou shalt in every way be kind,
Compassionate, of tender mind.
X.
And so, by all thy spirit's grace,
Thou shalt show God within this place.

-John Haynes Holmes, in Unity


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conritmation. CLaiA


Burton Berlack
Stanley Ellis
Myra Grunthal
Leon Joel
Bertha Levinson


Henry Bernstein
Marjory Brash
Elsie Coleman
Marcus Endel Jr.
Josephine Nathan


Sadie Brash
Ansel Chepenik
Leonard Finkelstein
Lilly Horowitz
Robt .M. Glickstein


Aaron Oberdorfer
Rebecca Ossinsky
David Frank
Pauline Gerbert
Minne Halpern


Carolyn Brash
Benjamin Chepenik
Olga Fendig
Eli Finkelstein
Bennet Hirsh
Fanny Horowitz
Elkin Gerbert


Abraham Horowitz
Felix Jacobs
Lawrence Berlack
Irene Schulhofer
Elise Brash
Mary Seligman
Jeanette Jacobs
Daniel Schwartz
Sophie Grossman
Earl Hirsh
Meyer Chepnik


Theodore Carnow
Esther Chepnik
Perry Coleman
Irving Davis
Molly Fagan
Louise Fendig
Elsie Finkelstein
Sidney Kass
Hannah B. Harris
Raymond Halpern


Leon Blankfield
Samuel Fagan
Milton Marco
David Rothstein
Paul Shapiro
Louis Slott
Arthur Strasburger


Lonie Morris
Rose Maza
Ann Ossinsky
Beatrice Peiser
Rose Rosenblum


Mildred Novitzky
Clarence Nucsbaum
Max N. Oberdorfer, Jr.
Sidney Waterman

1920
Mark J. Goldstein
Morris Rosenberg
Herman Rosenblum
Regina Steiner
Adolph Weil


Morris Rosenberg
Simon Rosenberg
Carolyn Brown
John Rosenblum


1923
David Jacobs
Henry Markovitz
William Rosenberg
Moses Safer
Jennie Stein
Harold Schwartz
Claire Walter
1925
Sabina Berkovitz
Ruth Coleman
Daniel Kruger
Malvern Finkelstein
Juliette Greenfield
Malvina Klepper
S Dorothy Ossinsky
Herbert Panken
Emanuel Rcsenberg
Goldie Rubin
Leonard Weinberg
1927
George Mehlman
Claire Menasse
Jeanette Ossinksy
Irma Panken
Adele Schulhofer
Betty Stern
Esther Streng
Myra Wansker
Beatrice Grossman

1928
Tekla Friedberg
Edith Friedlander
Helen Hertzberg
Henrietta Joseph
Bertha Mehlman
D:rothy Nathan
Fannie Safer


Nat Weil Jr.
Judith Birnkrant
Selma Davis
Rachel Fagan


Robert Baldwin
Samuel Birnkrant
Barnett Chepnik
Max M. Isaac
Irving Klepper
Ralph Kunsberg
Joe Safer
Joseph Schulhofer Jr.
Frances G. Benjamin


Bernard Brady
Anna K. Davis
Carl Hackel
Joseph Hackel


Julian Benjamin Jr.
Roy Benjamin Jr.
Chester Finkelstein
Sara Finkelstein
Raphael Klepper
Morton Friedberg
Mary Lippman
Julius Mack Jr.
William Wood


Emily Bloom
Marie Fox
Natalie Hackel
Elise Lippman
Margaret Benjamin
Louise Kaplan


Aaron Davis
Alese Garren
Virginia Myerson
Benjamin Rothschild


Harold Bloom
Robert Coleman
Dorothy Isaac
Harriet Jacobson
Hazel Levy


Carol Coleman
Marvin Halpern
Edwin Hirsch
Andrew Meyer
Ravena Miller


George Benjamin
Jean Blankfield
Cassius Eiseman
Marilyn Hammel
Frances Hirshberg
Lois Isaac
Robert Jacobs
Harvey Jacobson
William Lasarow


Josephine Safer
Edith Schwartz
Emma Simon
Jacqueline Streng
1929
Joan Bernstein
Carol Davis
Eleanor Herzberg
Hazel Jacobs
Bernese Klepper
Elaine Klepper
Sylvia Sablow
Gladys Teitelbaum
Morton Fox

1930
William Schwartz
Reuben Segal
Michael Wood
Blanche Rothstein
1931
Annette Marco
Alfred Panken
Rose Safer
Leo Rosenberg
Rachel Rothstein
Thelma Segal
Marjory Spivak
Victor Witten

1933
Jean Zacharias
Abraham Simon
Selwyn Jacobs Jr.
Lester Garren
Henry Wood
David Cantor
1934
Roselyn Silverberg
Irma Streng
Carol Weil
Harold Wexler
1935
Lucille Lippman
Hannah Lasarow
Irving Sablow
Adeline Wood
Edward Wilkinson
1936
Blanche Saul
Pearl Segal
William Segal
Eleanor Udelsohn
Donald Weiss


Fannie B. Levy
Maurice Meyer
Emily Ann Morganstern
Sylvia Pearlstein
Marvin Saul
Rcbert Seitner Jr.
Cecelia Springer
Arnold Silverberg
Evalyn Wilkinson


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RE-CONSECRATION SERVICES OF CONFIRMATION CLASSES
1918 to 1938

Sunday Morning, June 5th, 1938 Ten O'Clock

Congregation Ahavath Chesed


1. Organ Prelude .................................................. Andante Cantabile-Tschaikowski
2. Shavuoth Service .................................................. Union Prayer Book-Page 206
Readers-Hannah Bessie Harris, William Rosenberg, Anna Davis
3. Renewal of Our Pledge to Judaism.

When the Torah Is Removed
RABBI: Ye are standing, all of you, before the Lord your God, that ye may again enter into
the covenant with the Lord your God as did your fathers of old.
CONGREGATION AND PAST CONFIRMANDS: All that the Lord hath, spoken we will do.
RABBI: Take heed, O Israel, for by this covenant are ye pledged to be unto God a kingdom
of priests and a holy people.
CONGREGATION: We are his people and his will is our will.
RABBI: I call to witness heaven and earth that there has been entrusted to you the Torah as
the law and the seal of the covenant, that ye thereby may walk in the ways ot the
Lord your God and cleave unto Him with all your heart and soul.
CONGREGATION: We hearken and will obey his commandments.
RABBI: Hearken ye The Torah attests the .-elations of God through the ages. It pro,
claims the majesty and dominion of God in the Universe. It calls us to duty to our
fellow-men and to loyalty to the House of Israel.
CONGREGATION: We shall be holy as the Lord, our God is holy.
When the Torah Is Returned
RABBI: Adonoy ro-i.
CONGREGATION AND CONFIRMANDS: The Lord is my Shepherd.
RABBI: Adonoy ori.
CONGREGATION AND CONFIRMANDS: The Lord is my Light.
RABBI: Adonoy tzuri.
CONGREGATION AND CONFIRMANDS: The Lord is my Strength.
RABBI: Adonoy Hoo Ho-elohim.
CONGREGATION AND CONFIRMANDS: The Lord is God.
RABBI: Thus do we renew the ancient vow of loyalty to the covenant between God and
Israel and we pledge once again to preserve it from generation to generation.
CLASSES FROM 1918 TO 1938 RECITE THE DECALOG -
4. Passing On the Torch of Our Faith.
Representatives of each Class kindle the Menorah.
5. Solo ............-.... ......-....... -......................... Mrs. Francis M. Holt
6. "Confirmation-Twenty Years After" ........... Miss Beatrice Peiser (Class 1918).
7. "Jewish Peace Ideals" ..............................- Mrs. Maurice Bartley (Class 1934).
8. "What Shall We Offer Youth?" .................... Mrs. Joseph Rose (Class 1923).
9. Violin Solo-"Romance"-Tschaikowski .................................. Mr. Reuben. Segal
10. "Democrary and the Jew" ..............-.....-- ... Mr. Herbert Panken (Class 1925).
11. Solo ............................ ........................ M r. Joseph Schreiber
12. The Blessing of the Rabbi.
13. Organ Postlude ......................... .. ............................ Grande March-Verdi




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GREETINGS and FELICITATIONS

FROM OUR FRIENDS AND THEIR FAMILIES


Rabbi and Mrs. Israel L. Kaplan

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfson

Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Grunthal

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lippman and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Felson

Mr. and Mrs. Halle Cohen

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kramer

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Glickstein

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cohn

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barwald
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Naumburg
and Helen Naumburg
Mrs. I. L. Moses and son

Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Bromberg and son

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Coleman and son
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis and family
Mr. and Mrs. I. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Finkelstein
Mr. Julien P. Benjamin


Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Finkelstein and family

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hindin

Mr. and Mrs. Laser Klepper and family

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Joel and son

Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Lasarow and family

Mrs. Nathan Max

Mr. and Mrs. Max Moss

Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Witten and family

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Greenblatt

Mr. and Mrs. M. Sablow and family

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weiss and son

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stein and family

Mrs. Gabe Lippman
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mac'[
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seitner
Mr. and Mrs. Percy W. Zacharias
Nathan Weil
Victor E. Jacobs


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I refuse to accept excuses for non-attendance
at services !
I refuse to accept the excuse:
"I have no need for congregational life or
synagogue activities!"
Such objectors are the first to command and
demand the services of Rabbi and Congregation.

I refuse to accept the excuse:
"I can pray in the woods if I choose !"
In jcy and in sorrow alike we shun solitude and
prefer the company of humans.

I refuse to accept the excuse:
That religion is of little interest to young people
of today !
Religion, Congregation, and Rabbi are discussed
in very family, all too often in negative terms.
The discussions are interested and repeated.

I refuse to accept the excuse:
That laymen have no part in religion!
Judaism permits of discussion. Its literature
has always been an open book to all who would
read its pages.

I refuse to accept the excuse:
That sermon subjects do not deal with current
events !
Many objectors absent themselves from Temple
service regularly throughout the year and are
not aware of the contents of the sermons dis-
cussed.


I refuse to accept the excuse:
That it is difficult to arrange to attend Temple
regularly !
No event and company is permitted to conflict
with Temple attendance during the eleven months
of mourning.
I refuse to accept the excuse:
That Temple lets out too late !
Night clubs and card parties generally last far
into the night.
I refuse to accept the excuse:
That services are too long!
Movies with double features do not prevent
regular attendance on the part of those who
regularly absent themselves from religious ser-
vices.
I refuse to accept the excuse:
"Friends called Friday evening and we -could
not go to Temple !"
Company has been refused when other engage-
ments conflicted with the desire to serve as
host and hostess.
I refuse to accept the excuse:
"My husband is tired on his return from his
day's work and I could not come alone !"
Wives of tired husbands attend theaters and
concerts in groups unattended by their husbands.

I refuse to accept excuses for non-attendance
at services !

-Rabbi N. Bazell, Louisvile, Ky.


Page Fifty


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. Vice Presidentn
Vice President


TEN COMMANDMENTS
of Brotherhood, Prepared by Dr. Walter W. Van Kirk of the Federal Council of Churches


1. I will respect all men and women regardless
of their race or religion.

2. I will protect and defend my neighbor and my
neighbor's children against the ravages of racial
or religious bigotry.

3. I will exemplify in my own life the spirit
of goodwill and understanding.

4. I will challenge the philosophy of racial su-
periority by whomever it may be proclaimed,
whether by kings, dictators or demagogues.

5. I will not be misled by the lying propaganda
of those who seek to set race against race or
nation against nation.


6. I will refuse to support any organization that
has for its purpose the spreading of anti-
Semitism, anti-Catholicism, or anti-Protestant-
ism.
7. I will establish comradeship with all those
who seek to exalt the spirit of love and re-
conciliation throughout the world.
8. I will attribute to those who differ from me
the same degree of sincerity that I claim for
myself.
9. I will uphold the civil rights and religious
liberties of all citizens and groups whether I
agree with them or not.
10. I will do more than live and let live; I will
live and help live.


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9riito'iy of 9 1M#L7 SiLtLzooc[ of aaJkontziLi


ITS RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL AND PHILANTHROPIC ACHIEVEMENTS

The Temple Sisterhood of Jacksonville, Florida, was originally called The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Jewish Temple:. It was organized by a little group of earnest women almost 50 years ago and through all
these years it has functioned as its name indicated, as a veritable help to the Temple. In 1916, it be-
came an affiliate of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and became known as The Temple Sister-
hood of Jacksonville, Fla. The present organization has never lost sight of the original purpose of its founders
and it is still dedicated to the furthering and strengthening of all the efforts of the Temple.

Since 1916, however, the Sisterhood has broadened its program in many directions. As a branch
of the National Federation it has become increasingly interested in the religious and philanthropic needs of
the Jewish people. The building and maintenance of the dormitories of the Hebrew Union College in Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, the college where Rabbis of the Reform wing of Judaism are educated, is one of its major pro-
jects. The National Federation also maintains a scholarship fund for the education of these students and it also
establishes and operates religious schools in many parts of the country.

The federation is doing a most remarkable piece of work for the blind of our Nation, irrespective of
religious belief. It publishes a monthly journal in Braille for sightless people and likewise makes transcriptions
into Braille of many books, both modern and classic. The federation has been most active in the peace move-
ment and has instituted study courses and published many pamphlets on the problems of war and peace. Its
chief concern above all else, is the religious development of its membership, for it realizes that the basic foun-
dation of all life is imbedded in the religious principles of justice, love and truth and that until these ideals are
implanted in the hearts of people, no real spiritual development can take place. Therefore, one of its chief
concerns is adult education.

The local Sisterhood is vitally concerned and actively engaged in the pursuit of all these endeavors.
Yet its interests are by no means confined to these projects. It is very deeply interested in the cultural, philan-
thropic and civic life of our city, taking an active part in all worthy enterprises. Its welfare department does
work in our hospitals and institutions, sewing for them and ministering to their needs in many ways.

The Sisterhood is also a member of the Tri-State Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, Georgia, Ala-
bama and Florida, and has the honor of having in its own membership Mrs. Leonard Grunthal, the president,
and Mrs. Joseph Glickstein, the secretary of that body. The Sisterhood is also a member of the Religious
Council of Jacksonville Women and vitally interested in the program of that council.

The past presidents of the Sisterhood have been: Mrs. Simon Benjamin, Mrs. Israel Kaplan, Mrs.
Victor Strasburger, Mrs. G. Corbet, Mrs. Joseph Glickstein, Mrs. Max Friedberg, Mrs. Alex Wachtel, Mrs.
L. H. Grunthal and Mrs. L. P. Lippman.
The present officers are: Mrs. Israel L. Kaplan, president; Mrs. Sidney J. Brown, 1st vice president;
Mrs. Herbert Zacharias, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Herbert Meyerson, recording secretary; Mrs. Ben David,
corresponding secretray; Miss Ray Halle, treasurer, and Mrs. Nathan Max, honorary member of the board.


NOTES
The Sisterhood helps maintain the Temple Home at St. Johns and Mallory Sts. All meetings are held there.
The Phone is 7-5387.
The regular monthly meeting is held at 2:30 P. M. on the 1st Tuesday of each month beginning in October and
going through May.
Dues are $4.00 annually for Senior Members, $2.50 for Junior Members. Dues are payable in October to Miss
Ray Halle, Treasurer, 2205 Post. St.
Please notify the Coresponding Secretary of any change in address or telephone number.
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PAST PRESIDENTS
MRS. SIMON BENJAMIN MRS. ALEX WACHTEL
MRS. ISRAEL KAPLAN MRS. JOSEPH GLICKSTEIN
MRS. VICTOR STRASBURGER MRS. MAX FRIEDBERG
MRS. GERTRUDE CORBETT MRS. L. H. GRUNTHAL
MRS. L. P. LIPPMAN




OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE BOARD 1938-9
President ...................................-....- ............--. MRS. ISRAEL L. KAPLAN
First Vice President .................................. ..................... MRS. SIDNEY J. BROWN
Second Vice President ............................................................... MRS. HERBERT ZACHARIAS
Treasurer ...................................................................................................... M ISS RAY H A LLE
Recording Secretary ................................................................ MRS. HERBERT MEYERSON
Corresponding Secretary ......................................................... MRS. BENJAMIN M. DAVID
Honorary Member of Board ............................................................ MRS. FLORA T. MAX

Chairmen of all Ccmmittees are members of the Executive Board.

The Chairman of Hospitality will call upon members to act as hostesses for the social
half hour that follows each meeting.




SISTERHOOD SABBATH
Will Take Place
FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 11th, 1938
Mrs. Joseph Glickstein and Mrs. Julius Hirschberg Will Be in Charge of the Serxi:e



STANDING COMMITTEES


RELIGION AND' MUSEUM
MRS. JOS. GLICKSTEIN, Chairman
MRS. JULIUS HIRSCHBERG, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Max Mcrs Mrs. Lonnie Wurm
Mrs. S. Atlmayer Mrs. L. Greenbaum
Mrs. A. Ossinsky Mrs. J. Heller
Mrs. A. Barchan Miss Gertude Cohen
Mrs. S. S. Goffin Mrs. A. Somner
Mrs. J. Liebman Mrs. J. Naumburg
Mrs. N. Reinstine Mrs. B. H. Goldbcrg

UNIONGRAMS AND SCHOLARSHIP
MRS. H. FINKELSTEIN, Chairman
MRS. M. FRIEDBERG, Co-Chairman
Mrs. L. Bucholtz Mrs. L. B. Sherman
Mrs. E. Kuge'man Mrs. G. Seligman
Mrs. Chas. Marks Mrs. H. Zacharias
Mrs. I. L. Moses Mrs. S. Halpern
Miss Frcda Weil Ms. M. Sablzw
Miss Ruth Wilfson
MEMBERSHIP AND PROPAGANDA
MRS. M. H. WITTEN, Chairmanr
MRS. H. GERBERT, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Neal Finkelstein Mrs. L. M. Lippman
Mrs. R. Garren Mrs. B. Stomaken
Mrs. Hermann Harris Mrs. Geo. Streng
Mrs. L. Walter Mrs. Sam Seligman
Mrs. L. Karsman Miss Ray Halle


Mrs. Walter Nathan
Mrs. Sam Weiss
Mrs. David Harris
Mrs. Harry Katz


Mrs. P .Zacharias
Mrs. D. Cowan
Mrs. Sidney Brown


CRADLE ROLL AND BIRTHDAY FUND
MRS. L. P. LIPPMAN, Chairman
MRS. LOUIS WOLFSON, Co-Chairman


TELEPHONE
MRS. EDGAR FELSON, Chairman
Mrs. Gabe Lippman
Mrs. M. Cherry Mrs. L. Stein
Mrs. L. R. Fendig Mrs. M. Bartley
Mrs. Stanley Harris Mrs. L. Wolfson
Mrs. S. Smullion Miss Helen Naumburg


HOSPITALITY
MRS. M. GREENBLATT, Chairman
MRS. O. SILVERMAN, Co-Chairman
MRS. D. COWAN, Co-Chairman
The committee has the privilege of asking any
member to serve.


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MISS BEATRICE PEISER, Co-Chairman
Mrs. L. H. Grunthal Mrs. Ed. Dobkin
Mrs. Sam Bucholtz Mrs. M. Rosenberg
Mrs. Sam Kassewitz Mrs. Barney Witten


PEACE
MRS. L. H. GRUNTHAL, Chairman
MRS. MAX MOSS, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Sara Harris Mrs.
Miss Cecil Cohen Mrs.
Mrs. C. E. Hillyer Mrs.
Mrs. Chas. Kramer Mrs.
Miss Gussie Nathan


M. Sabel
J. Seitsick
D. Cowan
C. Ginsberg


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PUBLICITY
MRS. B. BROMBERG, Chairman
MRS. BENJ. DAVID, Co-Chairman

LITERATURE
MRS. HERBERT WEISS, Chairman
MISS BEATRICE PEISER, Co-Chairman
Mrs. P. N. Coleman Mrs. E. Waybright
Mrs. Paul Nathan Mrs. J. Seitsick
Mrs. B. Roberts Mrs. M. Oberdorfer, Jr.
Mrs. Roy Benjamin Mrs. J. J. Hellman

HOUSE COMMITTEE
MRS. A. A. ROTHSCHILD, Chairman
MRS. BENJ. DAVID, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Max Oberdorfer Mrs. Robt. Katz
Mrs. Wm. S. Hill Mrs. A. J. Rosenthal
Mrs. S. Smullion Mrs. M. I. Cohen

YOUNG FOLKS TEMPLE LEAGUE
MRS. B. HIRSHBERG, Chairman
MRS. M. BLANKFIELD, Co.Chairman
Mrs. F. W. Bucky Mrs. H. Hammel
Mrs. D. Lasarow Mrs. L. Springer
Mrs. Ed. Morgenstern

BRAILLE
MRS. S. S. JACOBS, Chairman
MRS. LEO MACK, Co-Chairman

RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
MRS. MARTIN SACK, Chairman
MRS. H. GENDZIER, Co-Chairman


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Mrs. S. Appel
Mrs. Ben Stein
Mrs. A. B. Weil
Mrs. Julius Mack
Mrs. R. L. Seitner
Mrs. J. Hirschberg
Mrs. Harry Finkelstein


SCORATIONS
airman
Mrs. E. P. Barwald
Mrs. L. Greenbaum
Mrs. V. E. Jacobs
Mrs. L. Klepper
Mrs. B. S. Levy
Mrs. Ed. Morgenstern


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SEIBERLING

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Body and Fender Work


FLOWERS FOR SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
MRS. MONT BARWALD, Chairman
Mrs. Leo Mack Mrs. S. Brown
Mrs. Edgar Waybright Mrs. H. Meyerheim
Mrs. Wi. Nussbaum Mrs. Max Oberdorfer
Mrs. L. M. Lippman Mrs. Harry Finkelstein


SEWING
MRS. JENNIE NATHAN, Chairman
MRS. JULIUS NAUMBURG, Co-Chairman
Mrs. Fred Meyerheim Mrs. Flora Max
Mrs. S. Altmayer Mrs. M. Altman
Mrs. M. Lowenstein Mrs. J. Moscovitch
Mrs. M. Meycrscn Miss H. Greenberg
Mrs. E. W. Rccentl.1 Mrs. Alex Jacobs
Miss Cassie Joel Mrs. A. Ossinsky


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Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
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SOCIAL WELFARE
A. BENJAMIN, Chairman
H. R. Buckey Mrs. Arthur Rosenthal
M. I. Cohen Miss Cassie Joel
R. L. Coleman Mrs. L. D. Joel
M. J. Greenblatt Mrs. E. G. Stern
Louis Hoff Mrs. Joseph Rose
Henry Jacobs Mrs. S. Kipnis
S. S. Jacobs Miss Mary Lippman


VISITING COMMITTEE
MRS. SOL BRASH, Chairman
Mrs. Nat Weil Mrs. A. Wachtel
Mrs. Henry Jacobs Mrs. N. Finkelstein
Mrs. Julius Mack Mrs. Horace Lippman
Mrs. Nathan Max Mrs. S. Joseph
Miss Rose Goldstein Mrs. Walter Nathan
Mrs. J. Schulhofer Miss M. Isaac

EXCHANGE
MRS. A. SOMMER, Chairman

WAYS AND MEANS
MRS. SIDNEY BROWN, Chairman

TRADE BOOKS
MRS. CASSIUS EISEMAN, Chairman


REPORTER FOR TEMPLE MESSENGER
Miss Beatrice Peiser


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WAYS AND MEANS
MRS. SIDNEY J. BROWN, General Chairman

SOCIAL COMMITTEES

OCTOBER
MRS. LEONARD FINKELSTEIN, Chairman


MRS. EDGAR KUGELMAN,
Mrs. H. Bern
Mrs. L. Berlack
Mrs. B. B. Bromberg
Mrs. Sam Bergman
Mrs. Sam Bucholtz
Mrs. Leo Mack
Mrs. C. E. Hillyer
Mrs. B. Hirshberg
Mrs. I. H. Edwards
Mrs. A. Pu!dy
Mrs. J. Wexler


Co-Chairman
Mrs. Sam Smullian
Mrs. B. Roberts
Mrs. Jennie Nathan
Mrs. Harold Meyerheim
Mrs. M. I. Cohen
Mrs. H. Gendzier
Mrs. L. D. Joel
Mrs.. Geo Streng
Mrs. E. W. Rosenthal
Mrs. J. Liebman


NOVEMBER
MRS. EDWARD M. MORGENSTERN, Chairman
MRS. PAUL NATHAN, Co-Chairman


Mrs. J. Hirschberg
Mrs. S. Appel
Mrs. C. M. Eiseman
Mrs. M. Marco
Mrs. Hugo Mark
Mrs. M. L. Friedberg
Mrs. A. A. Rothschild
Mrs. M. Cherry
Mrs. Ben Stein
Mrs. Simpson Walker


Mrs. E. Dobkin
Mrs. H. Reinstine
Mrs. M. Meyerson
Mrs. A. Ossinsky
Mrs. S. Halpern
Mrs. Sam Seligman
Mrs. J. Schulhofer
Miss Ruth Wil.son
Mrs. J. Weiss
.Mrs. David Cowen


DECEMBER
MRS. CLARENCE GINSBERG, Chairman


MRS. LEWIS KARSMAN,
Mrs. L. S. Joel
Mrs. O. L. Silverman
Mrs. Sam Joseph
Mrs. J. L. Mack
Mrs. L. P. Lippman
Mrs. L. Hoff
Mrs. Max Moss
Mrs. R. Garren
Mrs. J. Hellman
Mrs. E. G. Stern
Mrs. Robert Katz


Co-Chairman
Miss Martha Isaac
Mrs. Max Meyer
.Miss Rose Goldstein
Miss Beatrice Peiser
Mrs. R. L. Seitner
Mrs. N. Reinstine
Mrs. Herbert Weiss
Mrs. Wm. Nussbaum
Mrs. M. H. Witten
Miss Freda Weil


JANUARY
MRS. MAX OBERDORFER SR., Chairman
MRS. W. S. HILL, CoChairman


Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.


E. P. Barwald
Leon Springer
R. A. Benjamin
Stanley Harris
Joseph Rose
S. S. Goffin
S. Altmayer
B. Goldberg
L. Stein
L. Wurm
David Davis


Mrs. Walter Nathan
Mrs. Flora Max
Mrs. M. Altman
Mrs. R. L. Coleman
Mrs. S. Kassewitz
Miss Cecil Cohen
Mrs. J. Moscovitz
Mrs. M. Sablow
Mrs. L. W. Walter
Mrs. A. H. Wachtel


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FEBRUARY
MRS. HORACE LIPPMAN, Chairman


MRS. EDGAR FELSON,
Mrs. Ben David
Mrs. M. Blankfield
Mrs. V. E. Jacobs
Mrs. L. Grunthal
Mrs. Harry Finkelstein
Mrs. Barney Witten
Mrs. L. Sherman
Mrs. S. S. Jacobs
Mrs. D. H. Lasarow
Mrs. M. J. Greenblatt
MARCH


CoChairman
Mrs. Max Oberdorfer Jr.
Mrs. Sam Davis
Mrs. Chas. Marks
Mrs. M. Sabel
Miss G. Nathan
Mrs. I. L. Moses
Mrs. A. B. Weil
Mrs. E. W. Waybright
Mrs. Louis Wolfson


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Mrs. M. W. Barwald
Mrs. P. N. Coleman
Mrs. Louis Fendig
Mrs. Henry Jacobs
Mrs. Chas Kramer
Mrs. B. S. Levy
Mrs. L. Klepper
Miss Gertie Cohen
Mrs. H. R. Buckey
Mrs. L. Greenbaum


Chairman
CoChairman
Mrs. Herman Harris
Mrs. Martin Sack
Mrs. J. Seitzick
Miss Helen Naumburg
Mrs. L. M. Lippman
Mrs. S. Brash
Miss Mary Lippman
Mrs. J. H. Heller
Mrs. N. Weil
Mrs. A. Sommer


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MRS. NEAL FINKELSTEIN, Chairman
MRS. HARRY GERBERT, CoChairman
Mrs. Aaron Oberdorfer Mrs. Fred Bucky
Mrs. J. M. Glickstein Mrs. M. Lowenstein
Mrs. J. Naumburg Mrs. A. Jacobs
Mrs. Sam Weiss Miss Cassie Joel
Mrs. Mont. Rosenberg Miss Carrie Rothschild
Mrs. A. J. Rosenthal Mrs. Belle Stomaken
Mrs. L. Bucholtz Mrs. Sarah Harris
Mrs. G. Lippman Mrs. G. Seligman
Mrs. Fred Meyerheim Mrs. Herbert Meyerson
Mrs. M. Bartley Mrs. Herbert Zacharias
Mrs. S. Kipnis



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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


9JsMftii =SLItZ4ood v-M uT?2r'U

Altman, Mrs. M.--2751 St. Johns Ave.....................7-1443
Altmayer, Mrs. S.-Windsor Hotel.................... 5-6000
Appel, Mrs. Sara-315 W. Beaver St................5-6272 1.

Barchan, Mrs. A.-145 W. Third St.
Barwald, Mrs. E. P.-2057 Post St.......................7-7966
Brrwald, Mrs. M. W.-2815 St. Johns Ave........7-1521
Br.r:!ey, Mrs. M.-1508 McDuff........................7-6453
Bacsett, Mrs. I. F.-Jefferson Barracks, Mo.
Benjamin, Mrs. R. A.-3543 Oak St...................21218
Dergman, Mrs. Sam-2604 Dellwood...............7... 6261
Bcrns, Mrs. H.-2708 St. Johns Ave.....................-1568
Blankfield, Mrs. M.-12 W. 20th St................3..... 555 6
Brash, Mrs. S.-1640 Aberdeen..........................76407
Bromberg, Mrs. B. B.-2143 Herschell................7-6279
Brown, Mrs. S. J.-2817 Lydia St...........................74118
Bucholtz, Mrs. L.-2762 Oak St.............................74164
Bucholtz, Mrs. Sam-1290 Talbot........................2-1057
Buckey, Mrs. H. R.-1734 Challen.....................7-1262
Bucky, Mrs. F. W.-2025 Park St......................7-3433

Cherry, Mrs. M.-2259 College St...................7-4134
Cohen, Miss Cecil-2518 Oak St..............:..........7-4661
Cohen, Miss Gertured-Burbridge Hotel................3-0417
Cohen, Mrs. M. I.-2204 Oak St.......................7-3073
Coleman, Mrs. P. N.-3311 Pine St.................7-1586
Coleman, Mrs. R. L.-Park Lane Apts...............3-1393
Cowan, Mrs. David-2802 College St.................-5174

David, Mrs. Ben. M.-1230 Belvedere...............-7-5968
Davis, Mrs. Dave-904 Margaret..........................7-4068
Davis, Mrs. Sam-2032 Silver.........................3-1446-J
Dobkin, Mrs. E.-305 Laura St..........................5-0972

Edward, Mrs. I. H.-2057 Dellwood..................76977
Eiseman, Mrs. C. M.-1433 Windsor Place............7-1053

Felon, Mrs. E. M.-7 Alexandria Place..........3-0366-W
Fendig, Mrs. Louis R..-1620 Edgewood Ave.........7-2083
Finke'stein, Mrs. H-924 Margaret.......................7-,1170
Finkelstcin, Mrs. L.-3670 Herechell...............2-2509
Finkelstein, Mrs. Neal-24 W. Forsyth..............-3412
Friedberg, Mrs. M. L.-1360 Hollywood...............7-7143

Garren, Mrs. R.-615 Hogan St......................... -3946-J
Gendzier, Mrs. Harry-2831 Park St....................7-7075
Gerbert. Mrs. H.-1460 Laura St. .................. 5-4333-J
Ginsberg, Mrs. G.-1113 Talbot..........................7-2434
Glauber, Mrs. H.-1743 Challen
Goffin, Mrs. S.S.-1426 Laura.............................. 708
Glickstein, Mrs. J. M.-1355 Edgewood.............7-7273
Goldberg, Mrs. B. H.-1630 Copeland................7-3015
Goldstein, Miss Rose-1520 Copeland................7-6015
Greenbaum, Mrs. L.-2204 Oak St...................7-3073
Greenberg, Miss H.-2751 St. Johns Ave.
Greenblatt, Mrs. M. J.-2008 Riverside Ave.........7-3454
Giunthal, Mrs. L. H.-1318 Avondale..................7-3718


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Halle, Miss Ray-2305Post St.............................7-1378
Halpern, Mrs. S.-2824 St. Johns Ave...............7-8466
Hammel, Mrs. H. S.-Park Lane Apts..............78230
Harris, Mrs. Herman-2574 St. Johns Ave.............7-4459
Harris, Mrs. Sarah-768 Acosta............................5-3542
Harris, Mrs. Stalney-3732 Pinc..........................2-2300
Hcl!er, Mrs. J. H.-228 E. Ashley....................5-3137
Hellman, Mrs. J. J.-835 Mango Place S. J.........5-4150-J
Hill, Mrs. W. S.-Burbridge Hotel....................5-8837
Hi.lyer, Mrs. C. E.-2761 Riverside Ave.............7-4463
Hirrhberg, Mrs. Barney-1311 Talbot.................7-5274
Hirschberg, Mrs. Julius-1417 Boulevard...............54344
Hoff, Mrs. Louis-225 Conf. Park Terrace............5-9633


Isaac, Miss Martha-222 W. Seventh St............. -8459-M


Jacobs, Mrs. Alex-1230 Belvedere........................7-5968
J;cobF, Mrs. Henry-1406 Laura.....................5-1931-J
Jacobs, Mrs. S. S.-1642 Donald.......................7-5287
Jacobs, Mrs. V. E.-Park Lane Apts...................7-4314
Joel, Miss Cassie-2794 St. Johns Ave.................7-8280
Joel, Mrs. L. D.-1365 Belvedere ........................78110
Joel, Mrs. Louis S.-1302 Talbot...................... 1654
Joseph, Mrs. Sam-2567 Post..............................73153

Kaplan, Mrs. I. L.-1467 Challen Ave.............76691
Karsman, Mrs. L. W.-3204 Oak St...................7-2475
Kassewitz, Mrs. Sam-2969 Herschell St.................7-6988
Katz, Robert-2738 Riverside Avc..................... -8165
Kipnis, Mrs. Sam-Roosevelt Hotel......................5-4500
Klepper, Mrs. L.-1406 Inglesidc...........................2-1239
Kramer, Mrs. Chas.-Windsor Hotel....................6000
Kugelman, Mrs. E. M.-Park Lane Apts................72235

Lasarow, Mrs. D. H.-2314 Post St.....................77018
Levy, Mrs. B. S.-3572 Richmond........................2-1224
Liebman, Mrs. J.-209 W. Ninth St.
Lippman, Mrs. G.-3381 St. Johns Ave.............7-3648
Lippman, Mrs. Horace-2921 Oak St...............7-4156
Lippman, Mrs. L. M.-3338 Riverside Ave.........7-4173
Lippman, Mrs. L. P.-2311 Myra St.................7-3262
Lippman, Miss Mary-2311 Myra St...................7-3262
Lowenstein, Mrs. M.-1467 Challen....................7-6691

Mack, Mrs. Leo-1078 Cherry St .......................7-2487
Mack, Mrs. J. L.-2794 Oak St..........................7-169
Marco, Mrs. M.-2746 Park...................................7-3001
Mark, Mrs. Hugo-2585 Post St.......................7-3001
Marks, Mrs. Chas.-768 Acosta...............................7-601
Max, Mrs. Flora T.-1520 Copcland....................7-6015
Mcycr, Mrs. Max-2252 Ernest............................7-3532
Mcyerhcim, Mrs. Fred-3254 Oak......................7-1316
Meyerheim, Mrs. H.-3254 Oak..........................7-1316
Meyerson, Mrs. H.-618 Largo............................3-1241-J
Meyerson, Mrs. Morris-Jacksonville Beach
Morgcnstern, Mrs. E. M.-1318 Talbot...............2-2033
Moscovitch, J.-1745 Laura St.
Moses, I. L.-Windsor Hotel................................5-6000
Moss, Mrs. Max-2730 Downing............................7-1682

Nathan, Miss G.-2204 Oak St...........................7-3073
Nathan, Mrs. Jennie-3670 Herschell....................2-2509


EYES EXAMINED


LENSES DUPLICATED


DR. LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST-OPTICIAN
Phone 5-3009 Jacksonville, Fla.
6 HOGAN STREET (Near Bay)



P. GIUPPONI

Spaghetti House Italian Groceries

327 MAIN ST. PHONE 5.0726


EDW. M. MORGENSTERN

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.


621 Barnett Bldg.


*


OFFICE PHONE 5-7297


NIGHT PHONE 5-4724-R


J. E. EMPIE CO.

PLUMBING and HEATING

CONTRACTORS

Repair Work Our Specialty


7 WEST ASHLEY STREET


OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT PRIVATE DINING ROOMS


SPANISH RESTAURANT

BEST OF FOOD

EXCELLENT SERVICE GENUINE SPANISH COOKING
WINES AND LIQUORS
J. & C. Calvo


Phone 5-9408


828 E. Adams St.


RM I .- -- --- -- ..


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ECONOMY CAB

THE ORIGINAL DIME CAB OF JACKSONVILLE


We Appreciate Tour Patronage


ECONOMY CAB CO.

PHONE 5-7993


MALLORY'S

Famous Cravenetted

HATS




KLEPPER'S
GRAHAM BUILDING


BAKER & THAMES

Brokers

Wish You Every Success

230 EAST BAY STREET


PHONE ORCHARD 4-4693


ERETZ ISRAEL BAZAAR



Importers and Distributors of

PALESTINE PRODUCTS

216 EAST BROADWAY NEW YORK, N. Y.


Come to the Temple Every Friday Evening


Nathan, Mrs. Paul-2025 Post..............................7-111
Nathan, Mrs. Walter-2922 Oak.....................7-5331
Naumburg, Miss Helen-1321 Hubbard..............-3384-J
Naumburg, Mrs. J.-1321 Hubbard....................-3384-J
Nussbaum, Mrs. W.-2142 Riverside Ave............. 7-1247

Oberdorfer, Mrs. Aaron-1857 Shadow Lawn........2-2178
Oberdorfer, Mrs. Max Sr.-1830 Mallory............7-2297
Oberdorfer, Mrs. Mrs. Max Jr.-Old Oak Ter. S. J. 5-5405
Ossinsky, Mrs. A.-Windsor Hotel........................5-6000

Peiser, Miss Beatrice-2142 Pearl.......................53960-J
Puldy, Mrs. Archie-2740 Oak..............................7-6755

Reinstine, Mrs. Harry-1879 Ribault Court............7-2260
Reinstine, Mrs. N.-310 W. Church St.............5-3663
Roberts, Mrs. B.-% N. Roberts, Barnett Bldg.
Rose, Mrs. Joseph-1345 Talbot............................7-6951
Rosenberg, Mrs. Montague-1248 Belvedere........7-4987
Rosenthal, Mrs. A. J.-1360 Avondale..............7-2319
Rosenthal, Mrs. E. W.-Windsor Hotel................56000
Rothschild, Mrs. A. A.-1418 Avondale..............7-4913
Rothschild, Miss Carrie-2311 Myra......................7-3262

Sabel, Mrs. M.-Windsor Hotel.............................. 56000
SaLlow, Mrs. M.-2118 College............................5-1298
Sack, Mrs. M.-1308 Talbot.................................22936
Schulhofer, Mrs. Jos.-1078 Cherry......................7-2487
Seitner, Mrs. R. L.-1833 Willow Branch............7-6214
Seitzsick, Mrs. J.-2526 Forbes..............................7-4423
Seligman, Mrs. G.-2040 Riverside Ave............7... 1224
Seligman, Mrs. Sam-Roosevelt Hotel.................. 4500
Sherman, Mrs. L. B.-2110 Park St.................7-2309
Silverman, Mrs. O. L.-4703 Astral........................7-3685
Smullian, Mrs. Sam-2742 Riverside Ave.............7-3078
Sommer, Mrs. A.-2305 Post................................1378
Springer, Mrs. Leon-2652 Dellwood..................7-6194
Stein, Mrs. Ben-1019 Elder Lane........................ 57849
Stein, Mrs. L.-Maple Lane.................................7-1790
Stern, Mrs. E. G.-3516 Herschell......................7-3643
Stomaken, Mrs. Belle-222 W. Seventh............5-8459-M
Streng, Mrs. G.-2836 Herschell..........................7-3906

Wachtel, Mrs. A. H.-Peacock Apts.....................7-5093
Walker, Mrs. S. R.-2713 Herschell..................7-4778
Walter, Mrs. L. W.-Burbridge Hotel................5480
Waybright, Mrs. E. W.-2601 Herschell St.....7-6459
Weil, Mrs. A. B.-Andrew Jackson Hotel............5-3600
Weil, Miss Freda-2061 Forbes............................7-442
Weil, Mrs. N.-2061 Forbes........... ..............75442
Weiss, Mrs. Herbert-837 Mango Place, S. Jax 5-4150-W
Weiss, Mrs. Jacob-1662 Stockton St.................7-6540
Weiss, Mrs. Sam-2923 Forbes St......................7-7049
Wexler, Mrs. George-2858 College....................5-9432
Wilfson, Miss Ruth-Francis Court Apts............... 7590
Wilkinson, Mrs. A. H.-1450 Edgewood............7-1134
Witten, Mrs. Barney-Park Lane Apts..................7-1502
Witten, Mrs. M. H.-2136 Forbes........................7-4985
Wolfson, Mrs. Louis-1270 Belmont Terrace........5-7550
Wood, Mrs. I.-2042 Perry...............................
Wurm, Mrs. L.-1816 DuPont Circle..................2-1694

Zacharias, Mrs. Herbert--553 LaSalle...........3-0339-J


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Cwilo'z .iTmb2Lf SLtFTfi-ood'


Officers


FRANCES HIRSHBERG, President
CECELIA SPRINGER, Vice-President


EMILY ANN MORGENSTERN, Secretary
REVENA MILLER, Treasurer


Members


Natalie Greenwood
Bernice Berk
Jean Blankfield


Mildred Goldberg
Eleanor Yudelson
Marylin


Sylvia Pearlstin Lois Isaac
Joan He!lman Fannie Levy
Hammel Evelyn Wilkinson


Page Sixty-two


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THE JUNIOR TEMPLE SISTERHOOD


Our Junior Temple Sisterhcod was organized this year under the leadership of Mrs. Barney Hirschberg,
and the group of young women who have identified themselves as Junior members deserve much commenda-
tion. It's objective is not only to promote fellowship and amiability but to sponsor work for the blind by
raising funds for Braille activities. Its larger aim is to serve the Congregation upon such occasions whenever
called upon. Its first public effort was in its participation in the Mother's Day Sabbath service on May sixth.
Several members read the service and others delivered appropriate address on the following themes: -

A History of Mother's Day --..................---- -........-........ -- Mildred Goldberg
A Tribute To M other ............................................... ...................... Cecelia Springer
Providing For Our Mothers ............ .......................... Sylvia Pearlstin
W omen In The Bible ............................................. ..................... Jean Blankfield
What Reform Judaism Has Done For The Jewess! ................... Evelyn Wilkinson
The American Jewess ............................ ..... ................... ... Frances Hirshberg
Those who read the Sabbath Service were
Lois Isaac, Natalie Greenwood and Revena Miller
The Cherokee Garden Circle in honor of Mother's Day decorated the Temple and
the pulpit with beautiful flowers.




,tnnua[ Si:Skt4Jooi SalakIji


TEMPLE AHAVATH CHESED FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 12th, 1937
Jacksonville, Florida
ORDER OF SERVICE

Silent Devotion.
Opening Hymn-No. 35 "God Is In His Hcly Temple" ...... Choir and Congregation
Evening Prayers ..........-- Read by Mrs. Herbert Zacharias and Mrs. Samuel Bucholtz
Hymn No. 16-"Oh Worship the King" .-............................. Choir and Congregation
SYMPOSIUM: "OUR BEAUTIFUL SERVICE"
A-Our Impressive Prayers ..................-----.................. Mrs. Julius Hirschberg
"May the Words of My Mouth-(Rogers) ......... ........ Choir
B-The Message of the Rabbi ................--- ..... Mrs. Herbert P. Meyerson
"How Beautiful Are the Feet of Him Who Preaches Peace -
(Handel) ............. Mrs. Nelson Brett
C-Music in Divine Worship ....................................... Mrs. Louis S. Joel
"Lord God Almighty" (Verdi-Stearns) ............................... Choir
D-The Bond of Fellowship ................................. Mrs. Benjamin M. David
Hymn No. 138-"There is a Mystic Tie That Binds-
-Choir & Congregation
E-God is in His Holy Temple" ............................... Mrs. Israel L. Kaplan
Contralto Solo-"Oh Divine Redeemer"- (Gounod)-
-Mrs. F. M. Holt
Violin Obligato ..........................................Mr. Leonard Finkelstein
Sermon-"Our Sisterhcod" ..................-...........--- Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan
"Holy, Holy, Holy" ......................... ------...........---- Choir
Adoration .................................. --- ..................... Mrs. Samuel Bucholtz
Closing Hymn No. 46-"Father Let Thy Blessing" .............. Choir & Congregation
Benediction .................... .......--------............... Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan
Choral Benediction-"Seven Fold Amen" ............................................... Choir


Page Sixty-three









1938

Passover Commemorating the
exodus from Egypt.

Conclusion of Passover.


Pentecost -
memorating
Mt. Sinai.


Shabouth, corn-
the revelation of


Rosh Hashanah The Jewish
New Year.

Day of Atonement Most sol-
emn day of the Jewish year;
spent in the Synagogue; de-
voted to fasting, prayer and
repentance.

Sukkoth Harvest festival,
commemorating the dwelling
of the Israelites in tabernac-
les in the wilderess.

Conclusion of Sukkoth Festival-

Rejoicing of the Law The an-
nual reading of the Penta-
teuch is completed and resum-
ed.

Chanukah-Feast of Lights.

Purim-Story of Esther.


June 5
June 6

(5699)
Sept. 26
Sept. 27


Oct. 5





Oct. 10
Oct. 11


Oct. 17


Oct. 18


Dec. 18

March 2


In TCouing O ribute

TO THE MEMORY OF iOUR DEAR MOTHER


ANNA


ROSEBURlG


May 8th, 1938

we dedicate this space in the Temple Year Book!

MR. AND MRS. LEON BROWER


p. -'' ~ I~P Ps -s~ Cb-pp


Page Sixty-four


CALENDAR


1939

April 4
April 5
April 10
April 11

May 24
May 25

(5700)
Sept. 14
Sept. 15


Sept. 23


1940

April 23
April 24
April 29
April 30

June 12
June 13

(5701)
Oct. 3
Oct. 4


Oct. 12





Oct. 17
Oct. 18


Oct. 24


Oct. 25


Oct.


Oct. 6
Oct. 7


Oct. 13


Oct. 14


1941

April 12
April 13
April 18
April 19

June 1
June 2

(5702)
Sept. 22
Sept. 23


Sept.
Sept.


Oct. 5


Oct. 6



Dec. 7

March 21


1942

April 2
April: 3
April 8
April 9

May 22
May 23

(5703)
Sept. 12
Sept. 13


Sept. 21





Sept. 26
Sept. 27


Oct. 3


'Oct. 4


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A ROBERT R. MEYER HOTEL

iH o IIE IL Wv IN ID S 0 JI


Your friends will thank )
as their headquarters when visitil


"BELOW THE DECKS"
- an unique and delightful meeting place


lou for suggesting this hotel
ng Jacksonville.
JERRY R. CALDWELL,
Manager


THE WOODWARD
STUDIO


33 WEST MONROE


STREET


"MAKERS OF FINE PHOTOGRAPHS"


Compliments of
FRIGIDAIRE
REFRIGERATION
AND
AIR CONDITIONING
Jacksonville Refrigeration


35 W. Monroe St.


Phone 5-4455


JACKSONVILLE BOTTLE
SUPPLY COMPANY
GLASS CONTAINERS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
1103 North Myrtle Avenue


SAM DATZ


LEON SPRINGER


Jacksonville, Florida


Southern Hardware &
Bicycle Company


Wholesale Distributors
R.C.A. RADIOS
ROLL FAST BICYCLES
2336 Liberty Street


COMPLIMENTS OF THE


CG1HENE [IIE


& ]EIl2SKCIN1E


]|BlOD1IlKC1S]EEAaE CGIO.



Page Sixty-five








J. H. CHURCHWELL CO.
Not Incorporated

WHOLESALE
DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISH INGS SHOES
'LADIES READY-TO-WEAR
MILLINERY


French Mirror Plate
Glass Company


JACKSONVILLE
WEST PALM BEACH
FLORIDA

717 W. Bay St.


MIAMI
ORLANDO

Phone 5-1571


Jacks.nvillo, Florida


DUVAL LAUNDRY
AND

ZORIC1


DRY CLEANERS
HATS RENOVATED
FURS PROPERLY CLEANED
Phone 5-3150


FLOi oERS
FLOI ERS


FENOLE


PRODUCTS


Liquid Toilet Soap and Dispenser
Metal Polish For All Kinds of Metal
Liquid Floor Wax Cedar Polish
Soluable Pine Oil Disinfectant
Pine Oil Scrubbing Soap Drain Pipe Solvent
Whiteway Crystal Cleaner and Water Softener
Liquid Weed Killer Deodrant Cakes & Crystals
Roach Powder Fenco Pine
*

FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.
Est. 1908

248 Riverside Ave. Phone 5-1093


Landscaping of Unusual Beauty

Corsages
Arrangements
Flowers by Wire
Vicinity ofi.Te"mple Home


PH. 7-5016


1828 CHERRY


IN-N


Page. Sixty-six





I'


ID U VA IL CA J If I1T C .
A. B. GUYTON, President
4-


CASKET


MANUFACTURERS


VAULTS METALS ROBES


146 Parker Street


P. O. Box 4185


Phone 5-6239


BEST WISHES
FROM

M. O. Huck Paint Co., Inc.


602 LAURA STREET
5-3448 Phone 5-3449



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INSURANCE


304 Liggett Bldg.


Phone 5-2269


Producers of High Grade Raw or Pasteurized
Milk and Cream
BABY MILK A SPECIALTY
BEST WISHES
ALPINE DAIRY FARM
WILLIAM NOLAN, Prop.
Phone 3-1480


ROUTE I. BOX 403


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


WE INVITE TOUR PATRONAGE


ACME FREIGHT


LINES


Inc.
DIRECT DAILY SERVICE
TO AND FROM
Jacksonville Tampa Atlanta
Chattanooga


PHONE 5-1103


1241 W. STATE ST.


IE IL IE C I IU IL LU X

The Gas Refrigerator

JACKSONVILLE GAS CO.


Page Sixty-seven


s







BARRETT & CARY ROOFING


STANDARD SHEET METAL &
J. J. WINDHAUS, Prop.


208 E. 8th St.


ROOFING CO.


PHONE 5-6424


THE EFFICACIOUS


METAL


SHOP


LUGGAGE

SPORTING GOODS

JEWELRY


HARRY FINKELSTEIN CO.
633-39 W. Bay St.-Corner Jefferson



St. James Service Station
Corner Laura and Church Streets

GAS OILS LUBRICATION

Parking
15c Per Hour 25c Per Day

Across Street From Cohen's One Block From Temple


PATRONIZE


TI
GILBERT
IN FLORIDA:
Daytona Beach
Jacksonvill,e
St. Augustine
Palatka
Kissimmee
Tampa
St. Petersburg
Pensacola
Giainesville


he
HOTELS
Ft. Lauderdale
Sanford
IN OTHER CITIES:
Savannah, Ga.
Augusta, Ga.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Wheeling, W. Va.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Mobile, Ala.


RATES WITHOUT BATH $1.00
RATES WITH BATH $1.50


HARVARD MILL WORKS


FRAMES


AND TRIM


SHOP: KING & WALLER ST.

Phone 7-1738 Res. Ph. 7-3843


McGIFFIN COAL COMPANY


MONTAVELLO-LUMP
"The World's Best"


PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE


5-3386


POCAHONTAS
Lump, Egg and Briquets

STEAM, BLACKSMITH & NUT
COAL FOR STOKERS


COKE WOOD KINDLING


Yard and Docks-Foot Hogan Street


Page Sixty-eight


IF~ -


AIR CONDITIONING






- -I


Compliments of


LESTER W. MITCHELL

Offices

UNION TERMINAL WAREHOUSE

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


*


Representing
HOPPER PAPER CO., Inc.
RICHMOND, VA.


Compliments of




RZhe atlantic


(VationaI ank


OF JACKSONVILLE




0




Member .of the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation


N. & L. AUTO PARTS CO.
JOE BARTLEY, President


NEW AND USED PARTS

Retreaded and Used Tires


1300 W. Adams St.


Phone 5-0725


RLJ FLORIDA
|lilS|Manjflpl ~ 't5l^


The GEORGEi I
WASHINGTON N
300 Rooms with
Bth and Shower
The Wonder Hotel of -
the South. -Radio and
.very known facihty lor
irst clss operti on.any n
GARAGE in direct
connection wih lobby
.tATES...from$2.50 5.
TheNEW
MAYFLOWER
300 Rooms with
Bath and Shower
Famed (or its hospalaly
and lavoed ale by
winter visilor anrd Com.
mercial Travelers.Radlo.
GARAGE adioining.
RATES... From $2.00


The
FLAGLER
125 Rooms...Baths
You'll be pleased with
Its convenience, com
fort and service. Mo1 .
crate prices prevail.
GARAGE directly
connected.
RATES....lrom $1.50


The GEORGE WASHINGTON
200 Roomi with Baths and Showers
Open all the year. Radio and every modern con-
venience and service for summer and winter comfort.
GARAGE service.
'R Reasonable Rates Posted in Every Room
0 M^ ^\ MANAGEME T


..... .... .... ...---Page Sixty--nine
Page Sixty-nine


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SM IIIr TH & N IEIIL C COMPANY
Established 1897

BUILDERS OF TRUCK BODIES
BODY, FENDER AND WRECK REPAIRING
DUCOing

More Than 20 Tears At Same Location


Phone 5-2132


1025 N. Myrtle Ave.


GOOD ICH

SILVERTOWN TIRES

ON YOUR CAR

WHEN YOU RIDE ON GOODRICH SILVERTOWN
YOU'RE PROTECTED AGAINST HIGH-SPEED
BLOW-OUTS !


4


Buy


Silvertowns


at




TIRE DEPARTMENT-DOWNSTAIRS


Attractive

11P RI N ir I N (G


PHONE

5-4131110





M. GHELERTER,


Mendelson
756 WEST ADAMS


. .adds to the sales
value of all advertising.
The consumer of printed
literature who fails to
recognize this essential
element neglects a source
of return on his investment.

For gratifying results, en-
trust your printing problems
to "MENDELSON'S"
with confidence. A com-
plete plant at your com-
mand.


Printing Co.
JACKSONVILLE


C. R. MOULTON
Since 1924

SERVICE AND PARTS DEALER

ELECTRIC WASHERS IRONERS SEWING MACHINES
VACUUM CLEANERS REFRIGERATORS
GUARANTEED WORK ONLY


Phone 5-2541


72 Riverside Ave.


LIW I ---------L U--YhU-bLIML~ I -* -Y----------C


Page Seventy


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"MEET BURNS WEAR DIAMONDS"


K. IlBRAW & Soe
THE HOME OF BLUE WHITE DIAMONDS
REMEMBER THERE IS ONLY ONE K. BURNS
201 Laura St., Corner Adams St., Elks Bldg.


A. T. BROWN

Druggist


3 MODERN


DRUG STORES


Post and King Streets
Eighth and Main Streets
Roosevelt Hotel-W. Adams St.


COMPLIMENTS OF
A REAL
and
SINCERE FRIEND
A. E. J.


USE-
REX and CREOLE PURE
GROUND SPICES
FOR
FINE FLAVOR


By Patronizing Our Advertisers You Help Our Temple


44


FEED YOUR CANARY RECLEANED CREOLE BIRD SEED


n' ; -- -


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Ask~br,%7
D Dlicous


Page Seventyone







DUVAL HOTEL

75 ROOMS BATHS
ROOM AND BATH FOR DOLLAR AND A HALF
Low Weekly Rates Strictly Modern


A HOFFMAN HOTEL


A HOME AWAY FROM HOME


NEW YORK STAR
BAKERY

QUALITY BAKERS

A. WEISS S. WEISS


Phone 5-6304


fJ4&L7L~


151 E. 8th St.


fLo Lkf


FLOWERS AND PLANTS

Floral Designs


2835 LIBERTY ST.


GLA


FLORIDA


PHONE 5-291


Costal Lumber Yards, Inc.
Specializing in
LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE
TIDEWATER RED CYPRESS
Complete Line of Building Materials
Financing Under Title 1 & 2 of F. H. A.
PHONES 5-7588-5-7589 1201 W. BAY ST.

PHONE 5-1029 ELEVATOR SERVICE

Bubep'g Jeautp balon
ZOTOS PERMANENT WAVES
DuBARRY and MARINELLO COSMETICS
Modern Equipment Experienced Operators
ADVANCED STYLES
SUITE 201-202
Masonic Temple Building
MAIN AND MONROE STREETS


S GLASS FOR ALL PURPOSES
S S Phone 5-2117
WINDOW AND AUTO GLASS
INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT
MIRROR PLATE GLASS COMPANY
215-219 EAST BAY STREET
Mirrors Made to Order and Resilvered

SStore Front Construction


Page Seventy-two


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SALES


QUALITY FOOD PRODUCTS
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE


Phone 5-0838


1534 E. 8th St.


HELP THE SISTERHOOD
BY USING
TRADE BOOKS
MRS. CASSIUS EISEMAN MRS. M. WITTEN
S General Chairman Beach Chairman

J. W. McEWEN BEN W. LANIER A. W. RUUS
Owners

laribua funtrunl 4 moe

AMBULANCE SERVICE

5-6625 Phones 5-6,626

OCEAN AND MONROE STREETS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


SBulletins



H-W


" Roof Structures


SSpectaculars


Aducektkdtutq ea.


S1121 SAN MARCO BLVD.


PHONE 5-4958


Jacksonville, Florida


Page Seventy-three


Neon Signs


.. . . . . . . . . . rI


CO.,


DIXIE











OUR COMPLIMENTS



PURCELL'S


INSURANCE?



LEAVE IT TO


NO B BS


204 LIGGETT BLDG.


PHONE 5-2269


Compliments



HERMAN SLEDGE
PHOTOGRAPHER


III W. Adams St.


Phone 5-2336


JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
C wae 94 -MManager
Conveniently located in the
downtown business, shopping and
theater district. Every room an outside
room with private bath, (no court)
circulating ice water, radio, fan and
bed reading lamp. Suites of parlor,
bedroom and bath. Superior cuisine
and service in The Patio Grill, and
in The Roosevelt Rendezvous.
All Outside Rooms---No Court
Circulating Ice Water in every room
77 Rooms--Single with Private Bath $2.00-
44 Rooms $2.50 55 Rooms $3.00
66 Rooms $3.50 23 Rooms $4.00
11 Suites: Parlor Bedroom & Bath $6.00
24 Sample Rooms with Private Bath $4.00
Slight Increase in Rates for Double Occupancy
Very Attractive Weekly and Monthly Rates




DAHL WALL PAPER
and PAINT CO.
DISTINCTIVE WALL PAPERS
Packard Paints & Varnishes

INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE


323 LAURA ST.


PHONE 5-5519


WE USE AND RECOMMEND TO OUR FRIENDS


T IF T[ IL E v Jf


o
JOSEPH TETLEY & CO.
Candler Bldg.
Atlanta, Ga.


Page Seventy-four


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OUTDOOR ADVERTISING EVERYWHERE
a -Out door At.,. -Co)"


One Riverside Avenue


Jacksonville, Florida


0


0


IE C N0 0 NMY


COMPLETE HEAD TO FOOT


VALET


SERVICE


Dry Cleaners

Shoe Repairers


PRESSING TAILORING -


1962 San Marco Blvd.


Laundry

Hat Renovators


DYEING SHOES SHINED


Telephone 5-6332


BRANCH: 14 HOGAN STREET
Jacksonville, Florida


Page Seventy-five


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I -


HARDAGE &WILLIAMS
Funeral Directors
Phone 7-8615 Instani Ambulance Service 517 Park St.


;ZIMMIIIU-~-'-- LllllhlMC-N-~LNLNL~-~---~







Ruberoid Roofing


oley Lumbern

Building Materials

PHONE 5-0647


ALL GOOD WISHES

from

Philip N. Coleman


Glass Blocks


companyy y

Grade-Marked Lumber

MAIN & 36th STS.


TRY OUR NEW MODERN
DRY CLEANING PLANT

AMERICAN LAUNDRY
5-4085 PHONE 5-4086
M. J. GREENBLATT


MAX WITTEN


STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES

2 W. Forsy
52 W. Forsyth


Compliments


Sinclair Refining Company
MANUFACTURERS OF
Sinclair H-C Gasoline Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil
Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil
'PHONE 5-0647


Page Seventy-six


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ESTABLISHED 1905


L. F. BARTA CO.


"BEST FOR LESS"


Contractor
HOUSE REMODELING OUTSIDE PAINTING INTERIOR DECORATING
PAPERHANGING FLOOR SANDING and REFINISHING


ALL WORK GUARANTEED


BEST SELECTION OF WALL PAPERS


1715 Walnut Street


Phone 5-6259


Good Hope Seltzer Water
"A Good Mixer"



ASK ABOUT COUPON BOOKS


Call

Good Hope Water

Phones
5-4843 5-1277


Co.


Cabinets


Fixtures


General Wood Contracting


Uack. Gane t YAap


419 E. BAY ST.


PHONE 5-0980


Jacksonville, Fla.


Page Seventy-seven


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g 9. 2cwuuid ftudio
1291/2 W. BAY ST.


Photographs of Quality
AT REASONABLE PRICES


Commercial Home Portrait
Photography

Kodak Finishing


Any Size Film Developed and Printed
One Enlarged Free

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DRINK -

DIXIE ROOT BEER
Try
POP-KOLA
FOR THE REAL THRILL

Dixie Bottling Works, Inc.
PHONE 5-9791 JACKSONVILLE


Post and King
Service Station

TEXACO PRODUCTS
WASHING POLISH GREASING
TIRE REPAIRS


Phone 7-1078


Post & King Sts.


FLORIDA'S OLDEST FURNITURE STORE
INVITES TOUR PATRONAGE!
0

Visit Through Our
GIFT
DRAPERY
RUG
and
FURNITURE
DEPARTMENTS


Over 47 Years of Satisfactory Service




FORSYTH AT BROAD


GILBERT'S
Magneto Exchange

EXPERT MAGNETO SERVICE


II W. Church St.


Phone 5-9555


Compliments of


SETZER'S


STORES


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


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If SPRING


ATLANTIC


MEMORIALS,


DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF FINE
MONUMENTS MARKERS MAUSOLEUMS


R. C. DUGAN, President
4218 Main Street


L. G. BOURNE, Sec. and Treas.


Phone 5-4838


WINDSOR HOTEL
BARBER SHOP
WM. ROGERS, Mgr.


JACKSONVILLE LINEN
SUPPLY COMPANY
1025 Florida Ave. Phone 5-6853
RENT-WHY BUY LINENS and TOWELS ?


J.H.
Malleff

I I I W. Ashley

Ph. 5-4836

Across from
Temple


RUBBER STAMPS


Compliments of


S. B. HUBBARD
HARDWARE CO.


32 WEST BAY STREET


STORAGE WASHING TIRE REPAIRING
GREASING POLISHING
liRE SERVICE

J. J. DALEY CO., Inc.
JACK DALEY, General M.anager

LEE TIRES

Jefferson-Houston-Forsyth Sts.


Phone 5-3275


Jacksonville


IR II C IE IP Alp I N iT WO 1IRKS

Makers of Fine

PAINTS, VARNISHES, CHEMICALS


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


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There is no better time to build than now with the Homestead Exemption Law
and the F. H. A. Mortgage Plan
There is also a F. H. A. plan for financing remodeling and repairing.
SEE US FOR DETAILS

MAF N IL IUMIBID IE C OML IPA NYHG
"EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING"


2324 Edison Ave.
Phone 7-2164


1426 Kings Ave., Sou. Jax
Phone 5-1136


Plain and Fancy

SETUP BOXES

GIFT BOXES
CANDY BOXES
HOLIDAY BOXES
CIGAR BOXES





Jacksonville Ginter Box Co.
2701 Walnut St. Telephone 5-8217
"OUR BUSINESS IS BOXES"


Thos. C. Imeson Co., Inc.
INSURANCE
FIRE TORNADO AUTOMOBILE BOND


Phone 5-1721


226 Hogan St.


Policies Financed to Suit You


NEW YORK LAUNDRY


ZORIC



Liberty and Forsyth Streets
PHONE 5-6115


TRfDE BOOKS
Use them at all places listed
on the covers. Good at
Beach Stores also.
MRS. CASSIUS EISEMAN
General Chairman
MRS. M. WITTEN
Beach Chairman


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Compliments of



FLORDA NATI ONAL BANK


JACKSONVILLE,


FLORIDA


JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
GARNETT ANDREWS,Manager
ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this
modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down-
town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
shower, soft water, ceiling fan, radio, slatted
summer door ... Every Bed with innerspring
mattress and reading lamp. Running ice
water on every Floor.
AIR CONDITIONED
COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
Rates--Single with Private Bath
78 Rooms $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
10 Sample Rooms with Private Bath $4.00
SSlight increase for double occupancy
Other J. B. POUND Hotels
HOTEL PATTEN 7 HOTEL DESOTO
ChHatanooga, Tenn. Savannah, Ga.


ZonmLibnon


7Iio dt


W. H. WAINWRIGHT, Mgr.


JACKSONVILLE'S OU STANDING


FLORISTS


Telephone 5-4401


210 W. Adams St.


Night 5-3276


Come to the Temple Every Friday Evening


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COLLEGE STREET BICYCLE SHOP
COMPLETE STOCK OF BICYCLES
TIRES, ACCESSORIES, ETC.
ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND PARTS, VELOCIPEDES, ETC. RE-TIRED BY MACHINE
WELDING BRAZING SOLDERING


2731 College Street, Cor. King. St.


Phone 3-9348


MIORE VRClTIOn

%at &A &w agat

You can get more vacation enjoyment out of a
dollar spent on a Florida Motor Lines ticket than
any other hundred cents we know of! Many more
miles of first class travel-more scenic enjoymesnt-
more days at popular resorts-a much wider selection
of cool vacation places. Rolling fine highways with
a fresh breeze blowing through open windows is half
the fun. Drop in at the Union Bus Station, or phone
for full information.

FLORIDA MOTOR
LINES

UNION BUS STATION
COR. BAY & HOGAN STS. PHONE 3-1121


E ES BR iland
ERNIE'S BAR and GRILL


E. A. (ERNIE) STAUSS


602-4 Main St.


Phone 5-9658


JOE BURNETT

Signs

In Jacksonville Since 1907

PHONE 5-4444


MANUFACTURED


Quality Products


SCHOOL SUPPLIES


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W. J. LOHMAN ROOFING CO.


A New Roof For Every Purse and Purpose

F. H. A. TERMS IF DESIRED


Phone 7-4754


281 King Street


SEE A GOOD SHOW
*


FLORIDA
5-7370
EMPRESS
5-3355
CAPITOL
5-0335


ARCADE
5-4425
PALACE
5-0163
IMPERIAL
5-7741


ROXY
5-6726


Crosley Refrigerators
$3.19 PER MONTH
E-Z Terms



DUVAL SALES CO.


Phone 5-5650


601 Main St.


HERBERT ISAACS, Prop.


DALL WALL PAPER
and PAINT CO.
WALL PAPERS
Distinctive Packard Paints & Varnishes

INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE


323 LAURA ST.


PHONE 5-5519


Mrs. Frank Classens
CUT FLOWERS FLORAL DESIGNS



Margaret and Park Streets
AT 5 POINTS


We Sell Pittsburgh One Day Paint Products
Waterspar Enamel, Waterspar Varnish, Wallhide, Plasco Paints,
Plasco Varnishes, Floor Hide Enamel, Calsomine, Wallpaper
AND ALL OTHER PITTSBURGH PROOF PRODUCTS
HIBS CEDAR OIL POLISH


L. Schevitz Company


205 BROAD STREET


ORDERS DELIVERED


TELEPHONE 5-2315


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ROOFS


Renewed
Repaired
Painted


ACHEN'S METAL SHO
ACHESON'S METAL SHOP


PHONE 5-4471


130 WEST BAY STREET


WOLF

Little Folk's


SS

Shop


FROM INFANCY TO FOURTEEN


227 Hogan St.


Phone 5-9331


HARRY HINDEN
JACKSONVILLE'S FOREMOST SHOE REBUILDERS
141 W. Bay St., Cor. Hogan Ph. 5-1589
SHOES SHINED, CLEANED AND DYED

N. CHEPENIK & SONS
WHOLESALE FRUIT & PRODUCE


300 W. Bay St.


Phone 5-3295


FLORIDA PIPE
SUPPLY CO., Inc.

Dealers in
New and Second Hand
BLACK & GALVANIZED PIPE & FITTINGS
825 North Myrtle Avenue
PHONE 5-0456


ELSNER'S
Wm. Eisner, Proprietor
OFFICE SUPPLIES
PHOTOGRAPHERS COMMERCIAL PORTRAIT AND
MOTION PICTURES KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
ARTISTS MATERIALS PICTURES AND FRAMING
GREETING CARDS STATIONERY


26 W. Forsyth St.


Phone 5-8077


Jacksonville Spring and Alignment Company
"THE SHOP OF SPECIALIZED SERVICES"


LIMP IN


PHONE 5-5300


Free Inspection


LEAP OUT



137 JEFFERSON ST.


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BEST WISHES


FROM


DR, OTTO TONISSEN


BISER'S
Restaurant


414 JULIA STREET
(IN 310 APARTMENT BLDG.)

Free Parking While Our Guest

"FAMED FOR FLORIDA SEA FOODS"


MRS. HARRY FINKELSTEIN
Chairman
MRS. EDGAR FELSON
Chairman of Men's Division


THE SISTERHOOD


MESSAGE


FOR ALL OCCASIONS


Hedrick & Uhitney Co.


CONCRETE

READY MIXED
or
JOB COMPLETE


564 Stockton St.


PHONE 7-2159
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


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OLoT SOLIowP .

The Most Beautiful Piano
In America


STUDIOS SPINETS GRANDS

Steinway
Chickering
Mathushek
Haddorff
A. B. Chase
Lindeman
Kurtzmann
Wurlitzer
Winter
Lester
Musette
Betsy Ross

PRICES START AT $185.00
Liberal Allowance for Old Piano

*

THE DISCRIMINATING BUYER SHOPS AT


f. O. mlLLE R PiflNl CO.
Successor to Edwards Piano Co.

15-19 W. Monroe St.


WITH BEST WISHES TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
S. A. Freel Distributing Co.
"Service Salesman of Quality Foods"
P. 0. BOX 688 TELEPHONE 5-4710
--- Distributors
Nucoa Hellman's Mayonnaise
Mrs. Grass Noodles Keebler Crackers
Truck Specialties


Miami


Tampa


CLAUDE NEON

Southern Corporation


SIGNS OF DISTINCTION


Phone 5-0064


611 W. Forsyth St.


For over 60 years The Barnett
National has been a vital part of
your community. Your loyalty to
this bank is a sign of appreciation
for its contribution to the com-
munity.


te ^rndrt NBztrnil annk
OF FLORIDA


Member of the F. D. I. C.


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BEST


WISHES


from


Ward Baking Co.

MAKERS OF

WARD'S SOFT BUN BREAD
and

SILVER QUEEN POUND CAKE


2625 WALNUT ST.


PHONE 5-0625


IF IL U l1 II 1D A T ll IL E C tOM 1DA NY
INCORPORATED

Contractors and Dealers in

MARBLE, TILE, SLATE and TERRAZZO


V

TELEPHONE 5-4996


OFFICE AND SHOWROOMS 535-37 EAST BAY STREET
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


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Jacksionbille


Journal


"THE FASTEST GROWING
NEWSPAPER IN
FLORIDA"


EAT

JAX'MAID BREAD


JAX-MAID
FAMILY CIRCLE
SANDWICH -:-


BAKING CO. PRODUCTS
-- RYE -:- WHOLE WHEAT
BUTTER MAID ROLLS -:- CRACKED WHEAT
AMBROSIA CAKES


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Carl A. Swanson


1(9


and


Swan1on


17 WEST


UNION


STREET


5-3766 -- Phones -- 5-3767


amd ?ep Yt &dLzd^ ECtYi c ate SDauw!


NEW LOW ELECTRIC RATES
NOW IN EFFECT
Get the benefit of labor-saving luxury and the comfort of such amazing
equipment as electric refrigeration, electric cooking, electric water heat-
ing and a hundred other appliances. As your use of electric service per
month goes up-your cost for kilowatt hour goes down. Use more and
pay less. Under Jacksonville's new low rates, electric service in your
home is your biggest bargain as you give it more to do.

See Your Dealer or

CII TY IIL IEICl[IIIC IDIIIDA IlRT IM ENT
PHONE 5-0731
There Are A Hundred or More Electric Servants That You Can Afford To Hire
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TEXACO SERVICE STATION

702 WEST ADAMS STREET
CORNER JEFFERSON


EXPERT LUBRICATION

TOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED


PHONE 5-5814

WASHING POLISHING GREASING TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES


End Your Roofing Worries

FOREVER

Beautiful -- Durable -- Economical Roofs

OF

EVERLASTING

COPPER

THEY COST NO MORE

COPIPEliR IROOlFS CO.
AT JACKSONVILLE


PHONE 5-3559


311 PENINSULAR LIFE BLDG.


Page Ninety


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,BEST WISHES
From


Quality


Oil


Co.


(Incorporated)


DISTRIBUTORS OF


BULE BLAZE KEROSENE.


QUALITY DISTILLATE MOTOR OIL & GREASES
100 Per Cent Home Owned


WE SPECIALIZE IN MOTOR FUELS
We Are At Your Service


PHONE 5-7630
"I am grateful to the-members of the Temple for their splendid patronage and
cooperation in the past."
CHARLES HAZOURI, Prop.


THE
FLORIDA
TIMES-UNION

Largest

CIRCULATION vY
IN JACKSONVILLE IN CITY RETAIL
IN FLORIDA TRADING AREA


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For Fine Feasting
MERITA Bakery products offer a definite treat when
served with any meal, for they are carefully and dili-
gently tested for quality before they reach your grocer's
counter. Then, too, they are delivered fresh every day,
to assure you the same fine flavor that is present at the
baking ovens. When you serve MERITA Bread and
Cake at your meals you may be sure of complete
appetite satisfaction for your family.


Bread and Cakes


GREETINGS
from


TrlHilE


NEws


Printers & Publishers


WE SOLICIT YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS


Phone 5-8343


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136 E. Bay St.


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SOUTHERN MONUMENT COMPANY
CHAS. A. SPEER, Pres. & Mgr.


PHONE 5-8429


4500 MAIN STREET


Res. Ph. 5-1492-W


PATRONIZE ADVERTISERS IN OUR TEMPLE
YEAR BOOK AND HELP PAY OFF THE DEBT
ON OUR TEMPLE HOME.







VV P. W. ZACHARIAS


ROBERT L. SEITNER

HALLE COHEN


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See
Us
For
Your


W l0 IL I\


We Can Offer You the Best in
QUALITY
PRICE
SERVICE

We Make
ZINC ETCHINGS
ZINC HALFTONES


COPPER


AND COLOR


HALFTONES


PLATES


URIGLEY


Phone 5-7903


17 SOUTH LAURA STREET
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


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JiTcto tU


ADDING MACHINE CO.
JONES & GRIFFIN
APPLIANCE CO.
PALMER APPLIANCE CO.
ADVERTISING
GEN. OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO.
K- W ADVERTISING CO.
AUTO PARTS
JAX SPRING & ALIGNMENT CO.
N. & L. AUTO PARTS
SMITH & NEIL CO.
BEAUTY SALON
DUBEY'S BEAUTY SALON
BEVERAGE
CANADA DRY GINGER ALE
WILBUR'S
BARBER SHOPS
A. LAWRENCE BARBER SHOP
THE CRITERION BARBER SHOP
WINDSOR HOTEL BARBER SHOP
BOTTLING CO.
DIXIE BOTTLING WORKS, INC.
JAX BOTTLE SUPPLY CO.
SEVEN UP BOTTLING CO.
BANKS
THE ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK
BARNETT NATIONAL BANK
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
MORRIS PLAN SAVINGS BANK
BICYCLE SHOPS
COLLEGE STREET BICYCLE SHOP
SOU. HARDWARE & BICYCLE CO.
BOX CO.
BO-KAY PERFUME CO.
JAX GINTER BOX CO.
BAKERIES
MERITA BAKING CO.
NEW YORK STAR BAKERY
FEDERAL BAKE SHOP


YE BON TON BAKERY
JAX-MAID BAKING CO.
WARD BAKING CO.

BROKERS
LESTER W. MITCHELL
BONACKER, HOLT ? ACOSTA, Inc.
BAKER &? THAMES CO.
FRANK BRYANT
GREENE & ERSKINE BROKERAGE CO.
BUS CO.
FLORIDA MOTOR LINES
CAFETERIA
MORRISON'S CAFETERIA

COMMERCIAL ARTIST
SHELDON M. BRYAN
CHILDREN READY TO WEAR
WOLF'S LITTLE FOLK'S SHOP
CHEMICAL CO.
FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.
CARPENTERS
HOOK CABINET SHOP
C. F. FRENCH
COAL CO
McGIFFIN COAL CO.
McCALL COAL CO.
CLEANERS
BONO CLEANERS & DYERS
ECONOMY CLEANERS


CASKET CO.
DUVAL CASKET CO.


CONTRACTORS
HEDRICK 6 WHITNEY CO.

CHILE PRODUCTS
WALKER'S AUTEX CO.
COFFEE SHOPS
FLAGLER HOTEL COFFEE SHOP


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A WORD TO OUR READERS

The advertising pages of the Temple Year Book carry the names
of many Jacksonville business houses. The cooperation of these
concerns helped to make the Temple Year Book possible to attain
its present prestige. We therefore ask our readers to patronize
the advertisers listed below to the fullest extent.


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CHIROPODIST
DR. OTTO TONISSEN
CEMENT CO.
CAROLINA PORTLAND CEMENT CO.
DAIRY
ALPINE DAIRY FARM


DEPARTMENT STORE
COHEN BROTHERS


DRUG CO.
HARRELL'S PHARMACY
INDEPENDENT DRUG CO.
A. T. BROWN
WYNNE DRUG STORE

DELICATESSEN
MERLIN'S DELICATESSEN
HAMMERMAN'S KOSHER MARKET
SAFER'S KOSHER DELICATESSEN

DISTRIBUTING CO.
S. A. FREEL DISTRIBUTING CO.
ENGRAVERS
RESPESS ENGRAVING CO.
WRIGLEY ART ENGRAVING CO.

ELECTRIC CO.
CITY ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT
RAYBRO ELECTRIC CO.
SATCHWELL & JOSEPH ELECTRIC CO.
ECONOMY ELECTRIC SHOP
HALL ELECTRICAL CO.

FREIGHT LINES
ACME FREIGHT LINE
FRIGIDAIRE
JAX REFRIGERATION INC.

FURNITURE CO.
JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM, INC.

FUNERAL HOMES


KYLE & SWANSON
SEASHOLE FUNERAL HOME
FLORIDA FUNERAL HOME
HARDAGE &6 WILLIAMS
MRS. WM. C. COOPER, JR.
FLORISTS
TOMLINSON KEY FLORIST
KELLER FLORIST
MRS. FRANK CLASSES
BRELSFORD'S FLOWERS
GAS CO.
JACKSONVILLE GAS CO.

GLASS CO.
FLA. MIRROR PLATE GLASS CO.
FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS CO.
GROCERS
DAYLIGHT GROCERY
SETZER'S STORES
WINN &6 LOVETT GROCERY


89
24
73
75
47


81
72
83
66


HARDWARE CO.
S. B. HUBBARD HARDWARE CO.

HEATING SUPPLIES
RALPH PAYNE

HABERDASHERIES
KLEPPER'S
MAX WITTEN

HOTELS
KLOEPPEL HOTEL
ROOSEVELT HOTEL
HOTEL WINDSOR
GILBERT HOTELS
ANDREW JACKSON HOTEL
SEMINOLE HOTEL
DUVAL HOTEL

IMPORTER
PALESfINE PRODUCTS

INSURANCE
SIDNEY J. BROWN
MAX N. OBERDORFER
THOMAS C. IMESON CO.
NOBBS & CO.
BRASH-SANDERSON INS. CO.

JEWELERS
K. BURNS & SON
BOOTH'S JEWELRY

LADIES READY TO WEAR
PURCELL'S

LIQUOR STORES
SAM'S LIQUOR STORES
ROBIN'S LIQUOR STORES
SCHENLEY PRODUCTS CO.
THE PILSNER

LAUNDRIES
AMERICAN LAUNDRY
DOMESTIC LAUNDRY
DUVAL LAUNDRY
NEW YORK LAUNDRY

LINEN SUPPLY
JAX LINEN SUPPLY CO.

LUMBER CO.
MASON LUMBER CO.
FOLEY LUMBER CO.
COASTAL LUMBER YARDS
HARVARD MILL WORKS
BUILDER'S PRODUCT CO.
DAWKINS BUILDING SUPPLY CO.

MARKETS
MEYER FISH & PRODUCE CO.
BECKER'S KOSHER MARKET

MAGNETO
GILBERT'S MAGNETO EXCHANGE


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METAL CO.
HALPERN METAL CO.

TRANSIT CO.
MOTOR TRANSIT CO.


MONUMENTS
ATLANTIC MEMORIALS, INC.
SOUTHERN MONUMENT CO.

NEWSPAPER CO.
FLA. TIMES UNION
THE FINANCIAL NEWS
LEGAL NEWS CO.
JACKSONVILLE JOURNAL

OFFICE SUPPLIES
ABEL TOUSEY CO.
J. H. MALLETT

OPTOMETRISTS
DR. LEONARD H. GRUNTHAL
THE KEENE COMPANY

OIL CO.
SINCLAIR REFINING CO.
QUALITY OIL CO.

PAPER CO.
ATLANTIC PAPER &? BAG CO.
KNIGHT BROS. PAPER CO.

PAINT CO.
P ? L PAINT DISTRIBUTORS
M. O. HUCK PAINT CO. INC.
RICE PAINT WORKS
JOINER PAINT CO.
F. E. ALDRICH CO.
L. F. BARTA CO.

PHARMACY
THE FOREST PHARMACY
ATTWOOD'S
O. J. RAMSPOTT

RADIOS
LOVEJOY COMPANY

REAL ESTATE
NUSSBAUM & SONS

SPORTING GOODS
HARRY FINKELSTEIN CO.

PRINTING CO.
MENDELSON PRINTING CO.
LEADER ECONOMY PRINTER

PRODUCE CO.
N. CHEPENIK & SONS

PLUMBERS
J. E. EMPIE CO.
S. GALINSKY CO


PIANO CO.
F. O. MILLER PIANO CO. 86
ROOFING CO.
FILLINGHAM BROTHERS 47
W. J. LOHMAN ROOFING CO. 83
COPPER ROOFS 90
RESTAURANTS
BEGAL'S KOSHER RESTAURANT 48
RAINBOW GRILL 34
P. GUIPPONI 60
HARRY HOWELL 26
JENKS RESTAURANT 3
BERNEY'S RESTAURANT & BAR 33
BISER'S RESTAURANT 85
SPANISH RESTAURANT 60
THE GREEN DERBY 55

STUDIOS
JACK SPOTTSWOOD 33
THE WOODWARD STUDIO 65
HERMAN SLEDGE 74
HOLLYWOOD STUDIO 56
ELSNER'S 84
JEFF DAVIS STUDIO 78
SIGNS
E. T. MILLER 55
JOE BURNETT 82
CUSIC BROTHERS 76
CLAUDE NEON SOU. CORP. 86
THE PACKER CORP. 57

SHOE REPAIRS
HARRY HINDEN 84

SHOE HOSPITAL
AVONDALE SHOE HOSPITAL 36

SALES CO.
DIXIE SALES CO. 73
DUVAL SALES CO. 83

SUPPLY CO.
FLA. PIPE SUPPLY CO. 84

SHEET METAL CO.
STANDARD SHEET METAL CO. 68
ACHESON'S METAL SHOP 84

SEWING MACHINE CO.
C. R. MOULTON 70

SERVICE STATIONS
ST. JAMES SERVICE STATION 68
POST & KING SERVICE STATION 78
CHARLIE'S TEXACO SERVICE STA. 90

TENNIS STORE
THE TENNIS SHOP 40

TILE
FLORIDA TILE CO. 87


TAXI CABS
SAFETY CABS
ECONOMY CAB CO.


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TEA COMPANY
REX & CREOLE TEA CO.
JOSEPH TETLEY & CO.
TOBA CC.' CO.
JNO. H. SWISHER & SON, Inc.
TIRE CO.
J. J. DALEY CO.
GOODRICH TIRE CO.
DUNLOP TIRE CO.
RIVERSIDE TIRE CO
THEATIU ES
CAPITOL THEATRE
SPARKS THEATRES


VARIETY STORES
L. SCHEVITZ COMPANY
WATER CO.
GOOD HOPE WATER CO.
ELIXER WATER CO.
WALL PAPER & PAINT
DAHL WALL PAPER & PAINT CO.
WHOLESALE CO.
J. H. CHURCHWELL CO.
WINDOW SHADES & BLINDS
DIXIE AWNING & VENETIAN BLIND CO.
SPRINGFIELD WINDOW SHADE CO.


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BY USING

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Mrs. Cassius Eiseman Mrs. M. Witten
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ALWAYS DEPENDABLE


* No matter how much or how little you
pay, wines and liquors bearing the Schenley
Mark of Merit are of trustworthy quality.
Schcnley has never offered an inferior
liquor and never will! Be guided by the
Mark of Merit.... it will never fail you.


MARK


OF MERIT WHISKIES


Tour unfailing guide to fine Wines and ioquors
SCENLEY PRODUCTS COMPANY, Inc. N. Y. C.


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