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Jacksonville Jewish Center yearbook

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Title:
Jacksonville Jewish Center yearbook
Creator:
Jacksonville Jewish Center
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville, Fla.
Publisher:
The Center
Frequency:
annual
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 31 cm.

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Jews -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Jacksonville ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )

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Description based on: 1981/82.
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Title varies slightly.
General Note:
Sound disk titled: Songs for the home accompanies 1962/1963 issue.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Judaica Collections at UF
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tabic of Contents 9
Dedication lOA
Year Book Staff lOB
High Holiday Schedule 1 I
President’s Message 12
Rabbi’s Message' 13
Honorary Presidents 14
In Retrospect 14
Officers of the Jacksonville Jewish Center 15
Board of Directors of the Center — 16
Jacksonville Jewish Center Cemetery Committee 17
Hebrew School Staff - 18
Sunday School Staff 19
Center Glee Club — - — 20
Jewish Center Committees 21
Sexton—Rev. J. Robin 21
Assistant Cantor—Rev. B. Safer 22
Jacksonville Jewish Center Membership 22
Talmudical Circle—Rev. G. Finn 23
Daughters of Israel - 24
Officers and Committees of the Daughters of Israel 25
Daughters of Israel Membership 26
Jewish Men’s Club 28
Jewish Men’s Club Membership 29
Girl Scout Troop No. 2 30
Boy Scout Troop No. 14 31
Junior Congregation 32
Jewish Welfare Society 33
Young Judean Council 34
Young Judean Clubs 35
Jewish Progressive Society 36
Jewish Progressive Society Membership 37
Jewish Community Council 38
Jewish Community Council Donors’ List 39
Confirmation Class 40
Bar Mitzvahs 40
Necrology 1937-38 41
Births, 1937-38 42
Outstanding Center Events, 1937-38 42
Marriages, 1937-38 — 43
B’nai B’rith 44
B nai B’rith Membership 45
A. Z. A. Fraternity 46
F. T. E. Club 47
Senior Hadassah 48
Senior Hadassah Membership 49
Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged 51
L. H. S. A. Officers 52
L. H. S. A. Membership 53
Junior Hadassah 54
IPushaloter Ladies Aid Society 55
New Year’s Greetings 56
Hebrew-English Calendar - 62
Directory of Advertisers — 74
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MAX ROSE
To Max Rose, a loyal and trusted friend, an in¬
defatigable worker and resourceful leader, the Jack¬
sonville Jewish Center dedicates this, its 55th annual
Year Book and Directory, as a small token of appre¬
ciation.
Mr. Rose h as occupied the position of Treasurer
of the Jacksonville Jewish Center for the past six years,
but the responsibilities he has assumed are far greater
than those that usually go with such an office. It may
be said, without exaggeration, that the financial sta¬
bility of our institution has been assured in a large
measure through Mr. Rose’s painstaking work.
The Center is Mr. Rose’s second home. It re¬
ceives as much attention as his home and his business.
There is hardly a day in which he does not spend
some time at the Center and he is in constant tele¬
phone communication with the Center office.
His interest is not only financial. He is vitally
concerned about the educational and religious work
of the institution, always insisting on the most pro¬
gressive measures for the advancement ol our organi¬
zation.
He possesses a quiet dignity, both as a man and
as a Jew, and applies himself with determined zeal
to carry out any project which he undertakes. He
seeks no honors or advancements in office, and is
content to follow the admonition of our Rabbis, S char
mitzvah—milzvah,” "The reward ol a good deed is the
good deed.”
Mr. Rose is still a young man, 47 years ol age.
Since his arrival in Jacksonville at the age of 20 he
look an interest in the Jewish community, but it was
only with the building of the Center, 10 years ago,
that he became actively engaged in communal work.
Today he renders an invaluable service to the Com¬
munity and has become an integral part of our in¬
stitution. We are happy that he is one of us. I lie
example of his personality and character should in¬
spire others to Jewish service. May God grant him
and his family a New Year of good health, prosperity
and happiness. Amen.
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DAVID MOSCOVITZ
This, of course, will require additional expen¬
ditures and greater effort on the part of our Board
of Directors and membership at large. The most ef¬
fective way to help our institution is to strengthen
its foundation by increasing its membership. It should
be the duty of every member of our organization to
encourage and urge unaffiliated Jews to become mem¬
bers of the Center. I am confident that we shall
receive the full cooperation of all members and friends
and that we shall be able to carry out our plans
which we hope will contribute to the intellectual and
spiritual development of our local Jewish Community.
In conclusion I wish to thank all our advertisers
whose cooperation made possible this book, and I
urge the members of the Jacksonville Jewish Center
to show their appreciation to these merchants and
friends by patronizing those who have placed their
advertisements in this publication.
To all our members, friends and advertisers I
extend the greetings of the season. May the Almighty
God inscribe us all in the book of life, happiness
and prosperity'.
At ihe close of the year 5698 my heart is filled
with gratitude for the opportunity I was given to
serve the Jewish Community in the capacity of presi¬
dent of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. I am grateful
to the membership at large for the cooperation which
I received in carrying out my duties. The harmony
that has prevailed between the two local Jewish
congregations has also been a source of great satis¬
faction. Special thanks are due to the Financial
Committee, headed by Mr. Benjamin Baker, chair¬
man and Mr. Max Rose, treasurer, through whose
ardent devotion and loyalty the Center’s financal
structure has remained sound in spite of the economic
recession.
Many important tasks, however, still lie before
us. At a time when our people is attacked on all
sides we need the strength and inspiration that comes
from our spiritual heritage. We must intensify and
expand our educational facilities for both young and
old. To make this possible we have decided to
engage an additional teacher so that we may be
able better to carry out our plans in the field of
education.
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As we contemplate the passing of the year 5698,
we cannot help but sigh with relief that this year will
soon come to an end. Those who frequently write
Hebrew usually tried during the past year to change
the position of the letters which spell the numerical
value of the Hebrew year, “Tirtzoch,” a word meaning
the opposite of Lo Tirtzoch, the sixth command¬
ment. Ye shall not murder. Every time 1 looked
at the Hebrew calendar, or wrote the Hebrew date,
I felt the evil spell of this word. Indeed the frightful
toll in human lives this year exacted in China and
Spain, the terrible catastrophe that has come over
Austrian Jews, the increased terror in the Holy Land,
the dark clouds that have settled over Italian Jewry
and that are threatening the Jews of Czechoslovakia,
lent the Hebrew name of the past year a mystic, omi¬
nous quality, as if it were a curse uttered by an evil
prophet.
Fervently we utter the traditional prayer " I ichle
Shanah Vekilelotheha—tochel Shanah Uvricholhehas”
'May the old year and its curses end, and may the
New Year and its blessings begin.”
What the New Year has in store for us, is known
only to God. Miracles may happen. Our sages, how¬
ever, teach us that we must not rely upon miracles.
We must cast our hope upon God, but we must not
resign ourselves to inactivity. Our duties to our fel¬
low Jews and to ourselves are definite and clear.
“Pidyon shvuyim.” 'Redemption of the captives,” and
“Binyan Haaretz, ’ “Rebuilding of the Holy Land ,
are the two main tasks. For these we may he called
upon to make considerable sacrifices. I am confident
that the Jews of Jacksonville will do their share. 1
am proud that Jacksonville Jewry has received national
recognition for the splendid results achieved in last
year’s campaign for the Community Counci I Welfare
Fund. Our example has stimulated neighboring cities
and inspired them lo greater charitable efforts.
Let us determine during the coming year to share
the blessings which are ours in this land ol democracy
and freedom, with our less fortunate brothers who will
need our help.
Let us pray for the speedy redemption of our
persecuted and suffering brothers and for the deliver¬
ance of all men from the bondage of tyrants and dic¬
tators. Amen.
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Harry Finkelstoin
Max Rubin
During the past year the Jacksonville Jewish Center
carried on all its usual activities, Religious, Educational,
Social and Charitable and also introduced a number
of new activities which gained the wholehearted approval
of our membership and which have contributed to the
progress of our institution.
Education
The growth of our Hebrew School during the past
year has made it mandatory that we increase our teach'
ing staff. With the reopening of school on Sept. 1,
an additional teacher, Mr. J. S. Gallinger, recently of
Germany, was engaged. Our Sunday School reached a
new high with an enrollment of 197 pupils. There is
every reason to believe that a child going through the
full course of nine years, now offered by our school,
should have a thorough knowledge of Jewish history,
customs and ceremonies.
Religious Services
Services were conducted in the Synagogue and
auditorium on the High Holy Days as well as on
Sabbaths and Festivals. The Junior congregation held
separate services in the Prayer Room. Daily services
were held each morning and evening throughout the
year. The late Friday night services enjoyed a successful
season. Practically every organization meeting in the
Center sponsored a Sabbath service devoted to its ideals.
Clubs and Organizations
The outstanding event in this field was the for'
mation of the Jewish Men’s Club through the efforts
of Rabbi Margolis. The notable start which this new
group has made last year augers well for a glorious
future for this organization. The Center sponsored a
Boy Scout Troop, a Girl Scout Troop and four Young
Judean Groups.
Jewish Center Bulletin
A popular new feature in the life of the Center
was the Jewish Center Bulletin, published every other
Friday in order to keep our members posted on the
many religious, social and cultural events. The bulletin
included comments on local problems, personals and
school news. Immediately after the Holidays the pub'
lication will be resumed.
Jewish Center Radio Program
Beginning Jan. 2, 1938, Rabbi Margolis inaugurated
the Jewish Center Radio program which was broadcast
regularly every other Sunday, at 12:15 over Radio
Station WJAX. This program featured brief talks on
the Jewish Festival and Holidays, explanations of Jew-
ish customes, and comments on Current Events. Though
addressed to the Jewish Community these programs have
gained a large Gentile audience. It is the opinion of
many that these programs have helped to bring about
a better understanding of the Jew, his religion and as-
pirations and have helped further the cause of good
will between Jew and Gentile.
Music
During the past year the Center also sponsored
classes in Piano under the direction of the W. P. A.
Music Department. 14 children received instruction.
They were presented in a Piano Recital towards the end
of the year. The W. P. A. also aided in the formation
of the Center Glee Club.
Charity
In addition to the usual charitable activities, the
Center conducted a campaign during the High Holy
Days for two outstanding worthy causes. The sum
of $2,000.00 was raited for a room in the Hospital
of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society in Denver,
Colo, dedicated to the late Goldie Rubin, of blessed
memory, and the sum of $400.00 was raised for the
J. N. F., the the redemption of the Huleh district in
northern Palestine. The Center may well be proud of
its charitable record during the year 5698. This record
is indicative of our high sense of duty and of an awakened
Jewish consciousness on the part of our membership.
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Morris D. Margolis, Rabbi
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Phone 5-0297 1623 Silver St.
Phone 3-0611
The physical home of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center, which was erected in 1927 under the leader¬
ship of Rabbi Samuel Benjamin and Mr. Harry Fin-
kelstein, its first president, not only houses the activities
and institutions directly sponsored by the organization
but has played a major role in the existence and
development of practically every Jewish group in the
community.
The Jacksonville Jewish Center includes a Syna¬
gogue, maintains the only Hebrew School in this
vicinity of the state in addition to its Sunday School,
provides the Jewish community with a spacious Au¬
ditorium supports a Daily Minyon where services
are held twice each day, and directly sponsors such
Clubs and groups as Boy and Girl Seoul Troops,
Young Judean Clubs, a Junior Congregation, and
others. In addition, the Center has always aided and
cooperated, in any way that it could, with every
other Jewish organization in Jacksonville.
The Jacksonville Jewish Center is affil iated with
the United Synagogues of America and conducts its
Saturday and holiday services according to the Con¬
servative system of prayer, using the traditional prayer
book, but supplementing the Hebrew versions with
English prayers, congregational singing, and sermons
delivered in English, and also allowing mixed pews.
However, on the High Holidays an overflow service
is held in the Auditorium, with the men and women
separated according to orthodox requirements. The
Center usually calls its spiritual leaders from among
the graduates of The Jewish J heological Seminary
of America.
The building housing the activities ol the or¬
ganization is a three-story structure on the corner ol
Silver and West Third Streets facing South and
being directly opposite the beautiful Springfield Park.
The building contains three chief sections: the Au¬
ditorium located on the ground Iloor, the Synagogue
on the second floor, and the rear section ol the build¬
ing, which contains class rooms, meeting rooms, the
Rabbi’s study, a daily prayer room (Beth Hamidrash),
and a library.
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B. Berk
P. Bork
Mrs. Feldman
D. Harris
H. Heyman
H. Kline
S. D. Kramer
1. M. Lieberman
O. Magezis
Dr. H. Mark
M. Mirkis
S. Selber
W. Silverman
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Dr. S. Witten
Mrs. J. Hackel
J. Lapinsky
I. Moscovitz
M. Wolfson
DIRECTORS
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MEMBERS
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The past year has witnessed the continued progress in the work of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center Cemetery Committee, better known as the Chevra
Kadishah. A new constitution and by-laws of the group will shortly be made
public, marking the culmination of an extended effort to standardize the regula¬
tions controlling the operations of the cemetery.
The Jacksonville Jewish Center Committee, which consists of eight men
elected for life, supervises the management of the cemetery grounds and in addi¬
tion, directs all burials. The chairman of the committee, Mr. Max Rubin, wishes
the members to understand that in time of emergency, they may communicate
directly with him or Mr. Dave Moscovitz, or any other member of the committee.
The work of this committee for the past three years is well-known to the
Jewry of Jacksonville. During that time, the cemetery was re-purchased from
the Evergreen Cemetery Association, the grounds greatly enhanced in beauty,
and a definite policy as to types of monuments instituted.
Nominal assessments upon each lot for their upkeep will be continued and
it is hoped that payments of such assessments will be more prompt in the future,
in order that' the work of the committee might be carried on with more efficiency.
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Rabbi M. D. Margolis
J. S. Gallinger
Morris Nimovi+z
Rev. J. Robir
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"l lie Jacksonville Jewish Center maintains both
a modern, well-equipped Talmud Torah, which ranks
with the finest in the Southeast, and a Sunday School,
which last year boasted a total enrollment of over 197.
The curriculum of the Talmud Torah provides for
a complete six-year course which gives its pupils a
thorough training in reading and writing of modern
Hebrew, and the Hebrew Bible, thus preparing them
to participate intelligently in the traditional religious
services, and imbuing them with loyalty to the aspira¬
tions and ideals of the Jewish people, and to Palestine
as the symbol of the regeneration of our race and its
culture.
T he number of children attending the 1 almud
Torah last year was about 88, being divided into six
classes: a beginner’s class for young children between
the ages of 6 and 8 years; a beginner’s class for chil¬
dren between 8 and 10 years; one elementary Hebrew
class; one advanced Hebrew class; one Chumosh
class and a Bar Mitzvah class. The Center furnished
free tuition to 40 per cent of the children last year
because of the inability of their parents to pay. Trans¬
portation was provided those of the students residing
in the Riverside section.
The curriculum of the Sunday School provides
for an intensive nine-year course in Jewish history,
customs and ceremonies, beginning with the kinder¬
garten class and terminating with the Post Confirma¬
tion Class. It must be stressed, however, that Sunday
School at its best, offers the Jewish child a very inade¬
quate preparation for active and intelligent participa¬
tion in Jewish life and for an understanding of its
heritage. Since it is at most only effective as a sup¬
plement to the Hebrew School education, members of
the upper grades who could not read Hebrew were
last year made to attend special classes to acquire a
reading knowledge of the Hebrew Prayer Book.
During the year the children of both the Hebrew
and Sunday Schools sponsored many interesting
events on the occasions of the major and minor festi¬
vals. The Chanukah entertainment and the Purim
Carnival were notable successes. The Simchas Torah
celebration was also a memorable event. Numerous
special programs were presented by the Sunday School
during the assembly periods on Chamisho Osor
B Shevat, Lag B’Omer and patriotic occasions.
Through their charity fund the children contributed to
local and national philanthropic organizations.
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The Center Glee Club was organized on January 20th by Rabbi Morris
D. Margoiis with the Center Men’s Choir as the nucleus. The Music De¬
partment of the local WPA loaned the services of Miss Elizabeth D. Jones,
an experienced musician, to teach the Glee Club. A number of Yiddish
Folk Songs and Palestinian Hebrew melodies were studied. The main pro¬
blem of the c'.ub was the lack of a sufficient number of female voices.
The Glee Club presented a beautiful program at the Confirmation ser¬
vice and sang two appropriate selections at the Community Memorial Service
on feptember 18th. Members of the club appeared from time to time as
soloists on the Jewish Center Radio Program. Plans are being made for
the reorganization of the Glee Club during the fall term. A concert of
Hebrew and Jewish folk songs will be presented towards the end of the season.
Miss Raila Fink gave valuable service as piano accompianist.
Miss Raila Fink
Mrs. David Torn
Mrs. Carl Epstein.
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Miss Josephine Safer
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Dr. Sam Witten
J. Wilensky
B. Baker
Max Rose
B. Berk
Max Rubin
Max Rose
I. M. Lieberman
O. Magezis
David Moscovitz
H. Selber
D'r. Henry Mark
I. M. Lieberman
ATHLETIC COMMITTEE
Isadore Moscovitz, Chairman
William S'ilverman
Moc B. Safer
EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE
Joseph Hackel, Chairman
Jack Becker
David Harris
J. Lapinsky
FINANCIAL COMMITTEE
Benjamin Baker, Chairman
Harry Finkelstein
M. Wolf son
M. Mirkis
S. D. Kramer
HOUSE COMMITTEE
Max Rubin, Chairman
S. Selber
Max Rose
ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE
I. M. Lieberman, Chairman
William Silverman Oscar Magezis
Fred Soforenko Moe B. Safer
BOY SCOUT COMMITTEE
Joseph S. Wilensky, Chairman
Dr. Sam Witten Abe Diamond
Hyman Selber
Dr. Henry Mark
S. Selber
Joseph Wilensky
Max Mirkis
David Moscovitz
David Harris
W. Silverman
IT. Selber
Oscar Magezis
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
J. Hackel
Max Mirkis
B. Berk
Moe B. Safer
S. D. Kramer
Hyman Selber, Chairman
I. M. Lieberman
David Harris
Max Rubin
Dr. Sam Witten
William Silverman
H. Heyman
Max Rose
Oscar Magezis
Isadore Moscovitz
Philip Bork
Fred Soforenko
SOCIAL AND AMERICANIZATION COMMITTEE
Moe B. Safer, Chairman
Joseph Wilensky Dr. Henry Mark Dr. S'am Witten
Max Rubin Isadore Moscovitz Philip Bork
J. Lapinsky
I. M. Lieberman
B. Baker
VISITING COMMITTEE
Oscar Magezis, Chairman
H. Heyman Fred Soforenko
H. Kline B. Berk
RELIGIOUS AND KASHRUTH COMMITTEE
S. Selber, Chairman
Jacob Lapinsky H. Kline
Oscar Magezis Jack Becker
REV. JOSEPH ROBIN
This fall will mark the completion
of the seventh year that Rev. Joseph
Robin has filled the position of Sex¬
ton of the Jacksonville Jewish Center,
during which time he has become an
integral part of the organization.
Rev. Robin directly supervises the
Daily Minyon, and is responsible for
the exceptionally large attendances
that have been experienced during the
past year. The correct record of He¬
brew dates for the observance of the
Yahrzeit for deceased relatives, which
is maintained by the Center for its
members and friends, is in charge of
Rev. Robin. Those who desire to be
notified by card or phone of the ap¬
proaching Yahrzeit date, can have
this done by communicating directly
with him.
During the time that he has held
this position with the Center, he has
prepared all of the Bar Mitzvah stu¬
dents for the traditional Confirmation
service, lending his time unsparingly
to these young people on their entry
into the folds of our people. In ad¬
dition there are a number of other
odd tasks which he performs, such as
officiating on the High Holidays, and
the recitation of Memorial Prayers,
both in the Synagogue and at the
Cemetery.
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from
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CANTOR
REV. BENJAMIN SAFER
During the past year we were
happy to welcome into the Center
organization one of the most revered
Jews in our community, Rev. B.
Safer, who relumed to Jacksonville
after an absence of 3 years. Rev.
Safer has catered to the religious
needs of the Jewish community for
over 33 years and we are glad to
avail ourselves of his services again.
Rev. Safer chants the services on
many Sabbaths during the year,
reads the Torah and officiates on
the High Holy Days at the services
in the Center auditorium. He also
teaches an adult class in Chumosh
and Ethics of the Fathers, on Sab¬
bath afternoons.
Wishing Our Jewish Friends
A HAPPY HPW YEAR
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CENTER MEMBERSHIP—Continued
TALMUDICAL CIRCLE
AIN-YAACOB
REV. G. FINN
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I lie Falmuclical Circle, organized
four year ago under the auspices of
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis, has just
com p feted another year ol diligent
and valuable study. The class, es¬
tablished for the purpose of sludyng
Hagadic portions ol the I almud
contained in the book known as Ain
-Yaacob, meets every Saturday al-
lernoon before the Mincha service,
and also on Sundays in the winter
m onths. Rev. G. Finn is the in¬
structor.
I he completion ol each treatise
of the J almud is celebrated with a
traditional Siyum. During the
past year the Circle comple led the
order, “Baba Kamba," "Baba Mal-
zioh” and “Baba Bisrali. They
are now beginning the treatise,
Sanhedrin.
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MRS. BEN CHEPENIK
President
(The following article appeared in the special all
city Women’s Clubs edition of the Times-Union, sponsored
by the Women’s Club. Its contents give an excellent
resume of the history and activity of the organizations.)
The Daughters of Israel, serves in the capacity
of a sisterhood to the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Meet¬
ings are held the first Wednesday of each month.
From its inception the organization has devoted
its energies to the greatest ideal of the Jewish people
—that of religious education.
Throughout the long history of our people we
have been able to maintain our faith, customs, cere¬
monies and traditions, and keep alive the Hebrew
tongue, because of the great sacrifices mothers in Israel
have made in behalf of the Jewish education of their
children. The Daughters of Israel are continuing this
tradition.
I he organization maintains a daily Hebrew school
where 100 children receive instruction in ancient and
modern Hebrew and study the Bible in the original
longue. I he Daughters of Israel also maintains a
Sunday School which numbers over 200 students, di¬
vided into ten classes. 1 he curriculum provides for
a thorough study of Jewish history, covering a period
of nearly 4.000 years and also the principles of the
Jewish faith.
Members of the Daughters of Israel assist pupils
of the school in the religious celebration and other
festivities which are held by the children during the
year. At the end of each school year the organization
presents gilts to the confirmation class and prizes
to outstanding pupils.
Decoration of the Center Synagogue and main¬
tenance of the Center grounds are also taken care of
by the Daughters of Israel. To finance this work
the organization sponsors a number of fund raising
activities, outstanding among which are! The Thanks¬
giving Dance, New Year’s Dinner Dance, and the
Cabaret. 1 he Daughters of Israel also contribute to
various national and local charities.
The history of the Daughters of Israel is linked
with the very beginning of Jewish organizational work
in this city 25 years ago. In 1915 the Jewish com¬
munity was addressed by several distinguished visi¬
tors, including the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Strauss,
the late Arthur Brisbane and Madame Bella Pevzner.
As a result of these visits the Jewish women of Jack¬
sonville formed that year an organization for the pur¬
pose of carrying on educational, charitable and Zionist
activities under the name of Hadassah, which a year
later was changed to a sub-chapter of Hadahhah. Mrs.
Max Rubin was the first president.
Under this name the organization functioned
until 1922, when, with the growth of the Jewish
community, it became necessary to divide the work.
Out of its ranks came three women’s organizations •
The Daughters of Israel, organized by Rabbi I. Press
as a sisterhood of the Old B nai Israel Synagogue and
devoted chiefly to the maintenance of a Hebrew
School; the Hadassah, which became the women’s
Zionist organization, and the Ladies Hebrew Shelter¬
ing Aid Society which carried on charitable work
among indigent Jews in the Community.
The Daughters of Israel met in the old Y. M. H.
A. Building under the guidance of Mrs. Harry Finkel-
stein, first president and engaged in an extensive pro¬
gram of educational and religious work. It was also
a strong factor in the movement to build the Jackson¬
ville Jewish Center, the corner stone of which was
laid in 1927.
In 1928 when the Jacksonville Jewish Center was
dedicated, the Daughters of Israel became the Center
sisterhood. The organization grew in membership and
ramified its activities and became an important force
in the life of the Jewish community. Among its 200
members there are many who are graduates of the
Center Hebrew School and Sunday School. Mem¬
bers of the organization are imbued with a fine spirit
of Americanism and loyalty to the Jewish faith. Many
of them are active workers in behalf of Zionism and
chairity. Among the past presidents of the Daughters
of Israel are: Mrs. Max Rubin, Mrs. Harry Finkel-
stein, Mrs. Florence Bono, Mrs. L. D. Joel, Mrs. A.
Sager and Mrs. J. Hackel.
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OFFICERS
Mrs. Ben Chepenik _
Mrs. A. E. Selber .—
Mrs. Perry Kantor
Mrs. Isadore Gartner
Mrs. Hyman Selber .
Mrs. Abba Safer
Mrs. H. Selber
Mrs. F. Bono
President
Mrs. David Rothslein
Mrs. Florence Bono
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
3rd Vice President
Financial Secretary
Corresponding Secretary
Recording Secretary
Treasurer
COMMITEE CHAIRMEN
Religious Chairmen—Mrs. Marx Baker and Mrs. H. Weiss
Membership Chairmen—Mrs. Sam Gamce, Mrs. M. Ghelerler and Mrs.
M. Hammerman
Sunshine Chairman—Mrs. Nathan Newman
Flower Chairman—Mrs. P. Haimowitz
Flower Distribution Chairman—Miss Ethel Joel
Cultural Chairmen—Mrs. M. D. Margolis and Mrs. J. Landau
Social Hour Chairman—Mrs. Bennie Baker
Publicity Chairmen—Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz and Mrs. Louis Moscovitz
Grounds Chairman—Mrs. Max Mirkis
Telephone Chairmen—Mrs. A. E. Selber and Mrs. H. Setzer
Catering Chairman—Miss Ethel Joel
Blouse Chairmen—Mrs. O. Margol and Mrs. C. Levin
Scouting Chairmen-—Mrs. H. J. Silberstein and Mrs. N. V. Gross.
Friday Night Reception Chairmen—Mrs. H. Finkelstein and Mrs. A. Sager
Assistant to Financial Secretary—Mrs. M. Wexler
Yearbook Chairmen —Mrs. I. Moscovitz and Mrs. P. Kantor
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OFFICERS
President Nat Shorstein
Vice-President Harry Sachs
Secretary Sidney Kass
Treasurer Harry Broida
The Jewish Men’s Club was organized on November 16, 1937, at a meeting
of representative Jewish young men called by RabbJ Morris D. Margolis. After
outlining the purposes of the proposed organization and pointing out the need
for such a group, a temporary committee was formed to draft a constitution
consisting of Nat Shorstein, chairman, Jack Silverman, Max Eskin, Hyman
Selber, Ralph Mizrahi, M. B. Wilson, M. Nimovitz and Sam Gartner.
The organization which numbered twenty-five at its second meeting grew
rapidly in membership ■—• it now numbers about 100 men.
The purpose of the organization is to sponsor cultural, social and ath¬
letic activities for the benefit of its members and the community at large.
The club conducted a number of interesting meetings and sponsored a num¬
ber of speakers. The outstanding cultural event was a debate on the topic
“Resolved that the Jewish people accept the plan of the British Royal Commis¬
sion to Partition Palestine.” Harry Sachs and Harry Gendzier, representing
the Jewish Progressive Society upheld the affirmative and the negative was
defended by Leon Shapiro and Harry Broida representing the Jewish Men’s
Club.
The outstanding social event was a dance held in the auditorium of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center on June 7, which proved to be a most enjoyable
affair.
The Men’s Club sponsored a Friday night service in conjunction with the
Jewish Progressive Society and participated in the Welfare Fund Campaign
of the Jacksonville Jewish Community Council.
An interesting program is being prepared for the fall season. Every
Jewish young man is invited to join the organization. Meetings are held
the third Tuesday of each month in the auditorium of the Jewish Center.
Wishing All My Jewish Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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With the assumption of the leadership of the troop by Mrs. H. Silberstein,
Troop 2, Center Girl Scout troop began its climb back to prominence by
showing steady development in all phases of troop work.
All members of the troop passed their Tenderfoot Tests and are well
on their way to becoming second class Scouts. All uniform patrols of the
troop were reorganized under the leadership of Mrs. Silberstein and with the
assistance of Mrs. N. V. Gross. Several hikes were participated in by the
girls, with an entire day being spent at the Girl Scout camp.
The Scouts sponsored Friday evening services on February 25th, having
the pleasure of listening to Miss Frances Gregory, Girl Scout director of
Jacksonville, speak on “The Value of Scouting.”
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Carasik, Charlotte
Magezis, S’hirley
Flauman, Jennie
Margol, Belle
Flauman, Marie
Pinzer, Mildred
Friedman, Anita
Rose, Charlotte
Greenbaum, Lillie
S'tein, Norma
Hammerman, Annette
Setzer, Bessie
Hasburg, Frances
Setzer, Leah
Heyman, Sonya
Speigler, Myra
Haber, Pearl
Speigler, Margie
Haber, Sylvia
Speigler, Helen
Hollinger, Hilda
Spiwak, Ruth
Kasover, Bernice
Wolfson, Florence
Leibovitz, Sylvia
Weiss, Beatrice
Tritt, Millicent
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Leo Michelson, Scoutmaster Robert Lasris, Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster
Melvin Margol, Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster Henry Lasris, Scribe
Under the efficient and inspiring leadership of their new scoutmaster,
Leo Michelson, Troop 14, Center Boy Scout troop staged a decided comeback
and seems destined for greater achievements during the coming year.
The past year marked the first time in over six years that the troop has
participated in the city-wide inspection, placing sixth in spite of their in¬
experience and unpreparedness. An exhibit was entered in the County Fair,
which gave them honorable mention. A number of hikes were staged during
the year and general advancement among the individual scouts was more in
evidence than at any time during the past two years.
The troop sponsored Friday night services during National Boy Scout
Week, and was tendered a banquet' later in the year, at which time its scout¬
master was presented with a full uniform.
The troop continued to excel in athletic prowess, winding up its fourth
consecutive undefeated season in basketball competition, and going to the finals
in tag football competition, only to lose to Troop 19 after winning the Spring-
field League honors in that sport. The troop ended up in second place in
the diamondball competition.
The local A. Z. A. chapter proved of great help to the troop, awarding
two medals to the outstanding scouts of the troop, Howard Margol, being
adjudged the outstanding boy in the troop and Harold Levin honored for ad¬
vancing the most.
MEMBERS
Hilbert Margol, P. L.
Howard Margol, P. L.
Max Berman, P. L.,
Harold Levin, Asst. P. L.
Wilbur Margol, Asst. P. L.
Harvey Freedman, Asst. P. L.
Raymond Cohen, Quartermaster
Irvin Slott, Librarian
Louis Safer
Donald Lei .man
Paul Samson
Leonard Silver
S'am Silberstein
Jack Snider
Myron Samson
Benny Hoffenberg
Alvin Leitman
Sam Berman
William Rose
Robert Talisman
Joe Talpalar
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Martin Weiss
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Abraham Fink . .. Fresident
Annette Hammerman Vice-President
Sonya Heyman .'. .-. '.... Secretary
Martin Weiss Shamus
Wilbur Margol Cantor
Sylvia Lebovitz Page Announcer
The Junior Congregation has established itself as a valuable institution
in the fulfillment of the religious and educational phases of the Center pro¬
gram, as is evidenced by its work during the past year. The .Junior con¬
gregation, which was organized four years ago by Mrs. M. D. Margolis, holds
services every Saturday morning under the supervision of a member of the
Hebrew School faculty. Last year Mr. Morris Nimovitz was in charge.
A service consisting of English and Hebrew readings has been arranged
with emphasis on the important parts of the Sabbath morning ritual and con¬
gregational singing. A section of the weekly portion of the law is read by
three children from the English Bible, which is supplemented by a story told
by the instructor in charge.
There are approximately forty children who regularly attend the services
and on holidays there is a much larger attendance. When there is a Bar
Mitzvah ceremony in the adult' congregation, the juniors adjourn to the main
synagogue for the rites and the Musaf service. During Passover, services
were held on the first and last two days and this year the children are again
being prepared to conduct their own services during Rosh Hashonah and Yom
Kippur.
On the occasion of certain holidays, the juniors are tendered receptions
by the mothers. Officers are elected every six months.
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OFFICERS
David Davis President
Morton R. Hirschberg First Vice-President
I. M. Lieberman Second Vice-President
A. H. Rothstein Third Vice President
Mrs. Estelle G. Stern Executive Secretary
Joseph M. Glickstein Treasurer
The Jewish Welfare Society, an agency of the Jacksonville Community
Chest, will complete its 20th year of charitable work on January 1st, 1939.
During the past year the Jewish Welfare Society rendered a wide constructive
service to the needy Jewish people in the community and to stranded and
sick strangers.
During the past year 379 cases were handled. Problems dealt with
included unemployment, illness, old age, insufficient income, mental cases,
dependent children, transportation and need for medical, dental and optical
treatment. The society provided 410 meals, 261 lodgings, material relief to
21 families, 10 transportations to legal residence, milk daily to 10 children
and four adults, clothing for 96 persons, cash assistance to 11, nursing home
care for three, employment for seven and medical service for 45.
The following standing and special committees served efficiently during
the year: Employment Committee, Mr. I. M. Lieberman, Chairman; Social
Welfare Volunteer, Mrs. Albert Sommer, Chairman; Big Brother and Sister,
Mrs. M. D. Margolis, Chairman; and Special Community Chest, Rabbi I. L.
Kaplan, Chairman.
The Jewish Welfare Society takes this opportunity to wish all its mem¬
bers and friends a very happy New Year and to thank the Officers, Board
Members, professional men, merchants, organizations, institutions and indi¬
viduals who made it possible to carry on successfully the work of the organi¬
zation. Special appreciation is given the Ladies Sheltering and Aid Society
for their splendid co-operation.
HONORARY MEMBERS
Rabbi and Mrs. M. D’. Margolis Rabbi and Mrs. I. L. Kaplan
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brown
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bucholtz
Halle Cohen
Mrs. Neal Finkelstein
Mrs. N. Max
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Moscovitz
Mrs. Julius Hirschberg
Mr. and Mrs. S'. S. Jacobs
Miss Cassie Joel
Mr. and Mrs. L. Klepper
Miss Rose Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Max Moss
Isaac Peiser
Mrs. Albert Sommer
Mrs. L. Schevitz
Miss Rae Halle
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Weil
Dr. D. B. Tom
Dr. Sam Witten
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs
Max Mirkis
Nathan Newman
Dr. J. V. Safer
Dr. Aaron Oberdorfer
Mrs. L. Huff
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S'oforenko
Dr. Ben Manhoff
Moe B. Safer
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kipnis
Mr. and Mrs. David Harris
Max Rubin
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Best Wishes
Joseph Ripley
CONTRACTOR
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OFFICERS
Edith Weiss President
May Goldie Setzer Vice-President
Meyer Weiss Secretary-Treasurer
The Young Judean Council, organized in November, 1936, has, in its
brief existence, demonstrated its value as a clearing house for all of the
Young Judean activities of the city.
The past year has witnessed the addition of the fourth club in Jacksonville
—the “Henrietta Szold Club,” composed of girls from ten to twelve. The
leader of the new organization is Miss Joan Heilman.
Various problems confronting the clubs, concerning individual club ac¬
tivities, or the planning of general cultural programs, are all discussed by
the Council in an attempt to improve the work of the Young Judean groups.
The Council is also interested in the formation of new clubs in Jacksonville.
The Council is composed of the leader and two representatives from
each of the four Young Judean Clubs.
MEMBERS
Jeanette Marks May Goldie Setezr Norma Stein
Lillie Marks Julius Sloat Edith Weiss
Charlotte Rose Ruth Spiwak Meyer Weiss
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OFFICERS
Julius Sloat
Elmer Setzer
Howard Carasik
Belle Markovitz
Meyer H. Weiss
Irvin Slott
Mrs. Leo Michelson
President
Vice-President
Secretary
Reporter
Treasurer'
.S'ergeant-At-Arms
Sponsor
The Senior Rothschild Young Judean Club, a group of boys and girls be¬
tween the ages of 15 and 18 years of age, under the leadership of Mrs. Leo
Michelson, has completed another year of outstanding work.
Its program for the past year consisted of the study of current Jewish
problems and cultural programs. During the month of March, which was
designated as Young Judean Week, the club was honored at a special Friday
night service at the Center, with its members participating in the services.
From time to time, the organization has contributed to the Eoy Scout
Movement in Palestine, and to the Jewish National Fund. The group issues
a newspaper, the R. Y. J. C., Journal, which contains club news, special features,
editorials and comments on club members.
With its last meeting, held on September 6th, the club disbanded, due
to the fact that most of its membership entered college this fall. During the
business session of the last meeting, it was decided to form an alumni organi¬
zation of the R. Y. J. C. The alumni will hold meetings during all college
holidays and Young Judean activities will continue as in the past.
MEMBERS
Julian Borkson
Howard Carasik
Raymond Cohen
Eunice Davis
Minnie Feinberg
Raila Fink
Herbert Harris
Max Kristie
Henry Lasris
Robert Lasris
Belle Markovitz
David Moed
Iris Nudelman
Peggy Schemor
Elmer J. Setzer
Isadore Setzer
Mathilda Shane
Julius R. Sloat
Doris Weiss
Meyer H. Weiss
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OFFICERS
Harold Baker
Charlotte Rose
Ruby Baker
Bessie Setzer
Norman Stein
Shirley Mark
Martha Magezis
Burton Burgman..
May Goldie Setzer.
President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
Chaplain
Reporter
Librarian
S'ergeant-At-Arms
Sponsor
Under the capable leadership of Miss May Goldie Setzer, the Junior
Rothschild Club has completed another year of well-rounded activity.
The club has been active in J. N. F. collections, and made contributions
to the Boy Scout movement in Palestine. The cultural work of the club has
been marked by a very successful debate on the topic “Should religion be re¬
formed,” and other programs dealing with controversial questions of the
day.
A movie projector was purchased which helped entertain the members during
their weekly gatherings. A beautiful window showing scenes of Palestinian
life, and displayed in the Barnett National Bank Bldg., was ornated by the
club. Miss Ruby Baker and Miss Frimit Silberstein represented the club at
the S'abbath Services of March 4.
The main event of the year was a banquet held in the Seminole Hotel which
was addressed by Mrs. J. J. Heilman, who spoke on Zionism.
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To Our Jewish Friends
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Jeanette Marks President
Lilly Marks Sponsor
Pearl Haber Secretary
Minna Silverman Treasurer
Howard Margol Sergeant-at-Arms
Ruth Spivak Publicity Chm.
Herzliah, which is the youngest in age of the three local Young Judean
Clubs, was reorganized during the month of October to include both boys
and girls between the ages of twelve and fourteen. At that time the sponsor¬
ship was taken over by Miss Lilly Marks, who replaced Miss Ruth Davis, last
year’s sponsor.
During the past year, the club’s activities were numerous and varied.
Among the more outstanding events were a Chanukah party staged at the
house of the president, 3 picnics, and a talk by Mr. Morris Nimovitz, Hebrew
instructor of the Center, on the subject “European and American Jewish
Youth.”
Members of the club also participated in a special Friday night service at
the Center in honor of the Young Judean Clubs.
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OFFICERS
I. M. Lieberman President
A. H. Rothstein Vice President
Murray B. Glickstein Secretary
Moe B. Safer Treasurer
Isadore Moscovitz - Auditor
Sam Goldblatt Sergeant-at-Arms
Und er the continued efficient leadership of its
founder and present president, the Jewish Progressive
Society made remarkable progress during the past
year. 1 he past year witnessed another outstanding
and varied program.
As in the past, the society took an active part
in the 1938 campaign of the Jacksonville Jewish Com¬
munity Council Welfare Fund, Mr. Lieberman being
co-chairman of the campaign. The organization also
aided in the Hope Haven Building Fund Campaign
by sponsoring a Flaloween Dance in the Center Audi¬
torium.
The society also proved a valuable adjunct to the
Center itself by instituting the drive towards the pur¬
chase of the Center School bus, by conducting a raf-
fie and card party for that purpose. Particularly thru
the excellent work of Murray Glickstein, a large sum
was raised.
In its capacity as the local Zionist group, the
Society in collaboration with the local Hadassah,
sponsored a mass meeting, at which Judge Morris
Rothenberg, former president of the Zionist Organiza¬
tion of America, addressed what was considered by
many as one of the largest assembleges in the history
of the Center.
In January, four delegates from the local group
attended the United Palestine Appeal Convention
held in Washington, D. C. Those attending were
I. M. Lieberman, Rabbi M. Margolis, Harry Sachs, and
Jack Becker. In May, Mr. Lieberman attended the
Seaboard Regional Zionist Convention, in Durham,
N. C., and during the past summer, Rabbi Margol is
attended the Zionist Convention in Detroit as the local
delegate.
The outstanding feature of the organization cul¬
tural program was a series of debates staged with the
Jewish Men’s Club. Harry Gendzier and Harry Sachs
represented the Progressives in the competition which
resulted in a victory for each club.
The Jewish Progressive Society was organized un¬
der the Charter laws of Florida on the first of January,
1952, being founded by Mr. I. M. Lieberman and
built from the remnants of the disbanded Brith
Sholom Lodge. During the first four years of its
existence, the organization had only fraternal and
charitable aims; but two years ago, the society took
a decisive step by affiliating itself with the Zionist Or¬
ganization.
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OFFICERS
Alexander Brest President
Max Rubin Vice-President
Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan Vice-President
Harold Cohn Vice -President
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis Secretary
Max Moss Treasurer
The third annual Welfare Fund Campaign conducted by the Jackson¬
ville Jewish Community Council established the work of this organization
as one of the most successful undertakings of the local Jewish Community.
Over $10,000 was raised, almost 100 per cent more than last year.
The Council aims to unite all fund raising campaigns by sponsoring
one joint welfare fund, which eliminates the many independent solicitations
and separate campaigns, and permits these funds to be equitably distributed
according to the merits and budgets of the respective beneficiary institutions.
The 1938 Campaign for funds, conducted during the early months of
the year, was launched at a luncheon and meeting with an address by
Judge Morris Rothenberg of New York, one of the foremost leaders in
American Zionism. Mr. Max Moss served as chairman of the drive and
I. Mf Lieberman acted as co-chairman.
Committees from the Jewish Progressive Society, the Temple Ahaveth
Chesed, the Jacksonville Jewish Center, the Junior and Senior Hadassah,
the Temple Sisterhood, the Daughters of Israel, the Ladies Hebrew Shelter¬
ing Aid Society and Home for the Aged, the B nai B’rith, the Workmen’s
Circle and the Jewish Men's Club all worked diligently to insure the
success of the Campaign. Mr. Simon J. Levin representative of the United
Palestine Appeal and Rabbi Elihu Rickie of New York, representative of
the American Jewish Committee, worked tirelessly with the Campaign
organization.
The Budget Committee consisting of; Max Moss chairman. Alex
Brest, Joseph M. Glickstein, I. M. Lieberman and Max Rubin allocated
the funds to many worthy American and overseas educational and charitable
institutions. The chief beneficiaries were the Joint Distribution Committee,
the United Palestine Appeal and Jewish national institutions such as the
Denver Hospital, the Atlantic Orphan Home, the B’nai B’rith Wide Scope
Committee, the American Jewish Congress and others.
Up to date over $7,000.00 has been collected and distributed. A
detailed report of collections and disbursements will be mailed to all mem¬
bers of the council, as was done last year. Joseph Hartman, accountant,
has donated, his services to audit the Council hooks.
The various charitable institutions and hospitals who receive alloca¬
tions from these funds and who are constantly giving assistance and care
to thousands of needy and sick men, women and children, have expressed
their appreciation for the cooperation they have received from the Jewish
community of Jacksonville through the United Welfare Fund.
J he officers of the Council urge all the members of our Jewish
community to give their wholehearted support to this organization, so that
local Jewry may do its share in alleviating the suffering and widespread
disaster of our fellow Jews overseas, and in helping our less fortunate
brothers in America.
T he officers and members of the organization for the United Welfare
Fund Campaign for 1938 express their thanks to all the volunteer com¬
mittees from cooperating organizations for their untiring efforts and to
the management of the Seminole Hotel for their assistance in arranging
the workers’ luncheons and meetings held there throughout the Campaign.
MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS
Jacksonville Jewish Center
Temple Ahaveth Chesed
Jewish Progressive Society
Daughters of Israel
Senior Hadassah
Junior Hadassah
B nai B’rith
Workmen’s Circle
Jewish Men’s Club
Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for The Aged
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Sept. 10,1937—Mr. and Mrs. Abe Seizor,
daughter.
Sept. 24,1937—Mr .and Mrs. S'. Walfson,
daughter, Carol.
Oct. 2, 1937—Mr, and Mrs. S, Cherry
son, Ronald.
Oct, 4, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. S. Hammer¬
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Oct. 9, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. H. Sacks,
daughter, Lois Elaine Frances.
Nov. 9, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. A. Lassk,
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Nov. 12, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. Abe S'elber,
son, Franklin Neal.
Nov. 13, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Se¬
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Nov. 15, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Block, daughter, Elka Miriam.
Nov. 30, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gamce,
daughter, Frances Lorraine
Jan, 1, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wit¬
ten, daughter, Sally Ann.
Jan. 5, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Archie Puldy,
son, Stephen William.
Feb. 4, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wit¬
ten, daughter.
Feb. 12, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Isser Price,
daughter, Eunice.
Feb. 13,1938—Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell So-
bel, son, Henry Davis.
Feb. 24, 1938—Mr, and Mrs. Louis Wolf-
son, daughter.
Mar. 14,1938—Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Chep-
nik, son, Kenneth Paul.
Mar. 21, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Abe Roth-
stein, son.
Mar. 22, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. H. Zimmer¬
man, son, Charles Beryl.
Mar. 26, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. L. Epstein,
son.
Mar. 31, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Roland
Krantz, daughter, Rochelle.
Apr. 15,1938—Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Glick-
stein, daughter.
May 28, 1938—Mr. and Mis. Lonnie
Wurm, daughter, Jacqueline.
June 2, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. L. Goldberg,
daughter.
July 8, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rob¬
in, daughter, Rochelle.
July 16, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. J. Marko-
vitz, daughter, Toby.
July 18, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Datz,
son, Harold Jay.
July 18,1938—Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Mos-
kovitz, daughter, Barbara Helene.
Aug. 8, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Manny Fa¬
gan, daughter, Dorris Anne.
Aug. 12, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fletch¬
er, daughter, Marilyn Leah.
Sept. 9, 1937—Hebrew School opens.
Sept. 15—Junior Hadassah stages its annual fom Kip-
pur night dance in Center Auditorium.
$ept. 26—Center Sunday School opens with a registra¬
tion of approximately 200.
Oct. 31—Jewish Progressive Society sponsors Hallo¬
ween Dance for the benefit of the Hope Haven
Building Fund.
Nov. 11—Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid and Home for
the Aged stages its annual Armistice Day Dance
in the Center Auditorium.
Nov. 12-14—Local Junior Hadassah is host to Fri-
Cily Hadassah Convention, with delegates from
Charleston, Savannah, and Tampa in attendance.
Nov. 16—Jewish Men’s Club holds its organization
meeting in response to a call made hy Rahbi Mar-
golis.
Nov. 25—D a u g h t e r s of Israel stage their annual
Thanksgiving day dance.
Nov. 28—Jewish Progressive Society sponsors a
Chanukah party featuring choir singing, tradi¬
tional games and contests—Proceeds went to Cen-
ter Bus Fund.
Dec. 4—Nat Shortstein is elected president of the new¬
ly formed Jewish Men’s Club.
Dec. 5—Chanukah program presented by the children
of the Hebrew and Sunday School.
Dec. 19—Cantor B. Krasnopolsky, baritone and native
of Russia, gives a concert of Yiddish, Palestinian,
and Cantorial songs.
Jan. 2, 1938—Rahbi Margolis inaugurates Center Ra¬
dio Broadcast over WJAX at 12:15 every other
Sunday.
Jan. 4—David Moscovitz is elevated to position ol
presidency of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, with
Harry Finkelstein and Max Rubin elected to hon¬
orary presidencies.
Jan. 14—Joint Service of the Jewish Center and Tem¬
ple Ahaveth Chesed held in the Jewish Temple,
marking the celebratior of the twentieth anniver¬
sary of the Jewish Welfare Society. Rabbi Mar¬
golis speaks on Char ty and Religion. ’
Jan. 26—A capacity crowd ills the Center Auditorium
for the fifteenth annua* cabaret of the Daughters
of Israel.
Feh. 4—Rabbi Elihu Rickej Representative of the Am¬
erican Jewish Commijfee, addresses a joint ser¬
vice of the Temple held in the Center ,'iynagogue.
Feh. 6—New Officers of The Center are installed by
Rabbi Margolis at elafbrate banquet marking tne
tenth anniversary of thlj institution. Guest speakers
included Rabbi Elihti! Rickel of New York and
Prof. Jos. Weil, of the University of Florida.
Feh. 8—Judge Morris Rb.henherg, former president
of the Zionist Organ!: ition of America, addresses
capacity crowd in C nter Auditorium.
Feb 11—Boy Scout Sahpatn fittingly observed at
Friday Evening Serv :es,
Feb. 25—Girl Scout Tro p No. 2 sponsors Friday
evening Services witkwliss Frances Gregory, Girl
Scout director of Jad (onville, speaking on “The
Value of Scouting."
Feb. 27'—Installation B a
Sheltering Aid Soci
celebrating fifteenth a
Blattner installed asf\
Skop, of Orlando,
i q u e t of Ladies Hebrew
and Home for the Aged,
.niversary, with Mrs. S. L.
president. Rabbi Morris
st speaker.
March 2—Mrs. Moses P. Ijpstein, newly elected presi
dent of Hadassah, acS
in afternoon and add)
the local Hadassah
ciety.
March 4—Local
night
Young J
services with
groups participating
March 8.—Debate staged
â– * resses Daughters of Israel
sses meeting sponsored by
d Jewish Progressive So-
embe
chi!
Ds sponsor Friday
of the respective
between the Jewish Men's
Club, represented by Jjlarry Broicla and Leon Sha¬
piro, and the JewishljProgressive Society repre¬
sented hy Harry Sachs and Harry Gendzier.
March 11—B’Nai Brilh Sabbath observed as Rabbi
Margolis speaks on B Nai Brith in the Life ol
the American Jew "
March 17—Jewish Center in collaboration with the
Daughters of Israel sponsors annual Purim Soo-
dah and Ball in Center Auditorium.
March 25—A. Z. A. Fraternity Sabbath observed
at regular late Friday evening services.
April 1—Junior Congregation Sabbath observed as
newly installed officers conduct services at laic
Friday night services.
April 8—Late Friday evening service dedicated to the
Daughters of Israel.
April 17—Children's Sedar is sponsored by the Daugh¬
ters of Israel with the pupils of the Religious
Schools performing the traditional Sedar Service.
April 29—Jewish Progressive Society and Jewish
Men’s Club honored at Friday evening services,
with officers of both groups participating in ser¬
vice.
May 4—Mrs. Ben Chepenik is elected to the presidency
of the Daughters of Israel succeeding Mrs. Joseph
Hackel.
May 6—Special Mothers’ Day services conducted at
Friday evening services, sponsored hy various af¬
filiated youth groups of the Center.
May 25—Federal Theatre presents marionette show
in Center Auditorium.
June 5—Beautiful ceremony marks the confirmation,
of 12 students of the Center Sunday School, fea¬
turing a series of appropriate talks on the inter¬
pretation of the Ten Commandments, and in¬
spiring singing of the Center Glee Club.
June 7—Jewish Men’s Club stages its first big social
affair in the form of a dance given in the Center
Auditorium.
June 12—Appropriate exercises mark the conclusion
of the regular terms of the Sunday School and
Hebrew School.
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Jan. 16, 1938-
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Jan. 16, 1938—
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Joseph Rose, Moe Safer, Joe Bransky, Montague Rosenberg, and Nathan J.
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order of B’nai B’rith were thoroughly reviewed.
The local chapter sent delegates to the 5th District Convention of the
order which took place in Orlando, Florida. Delegates were also sent to
the State Federation Meeting held at the end of August in West Palm Beach.
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program and which found its origin in the fertile mind of the late D'r. Boris
D. Bogen, International Secretary of B’nai B’rith. Its activities consist of
the following lines of endeavor: Religious, Social Service, Cultural, Social, and
Athletic. The creed of the A. Z. A., is composed of seven cardinal virtues
which are as follows: Patriotism, Judaism, Filial Love, Charity, Conduct, Purity
rnd Fraternity.
During the past year the local chapter has accomplished a great deal which
it is well proud of. It has sponsored smokers, dances, raffles and many
other activities. This year, the local chapter gave four medals to local Boy
Scouts, two to Troop 14 and two to Troop 12, also two weeks in camp Were
given to two Boy Scouts. The main feature this year is the coming 2nd annual
Southern Regional Convention tournament of District No. 5, to be held here in
Jacksonville on December 27, 28, 29. The local chapter will be hosts. Boys
from four states will attend and at least 250 boys are expected. Due to the
untiring efforts of its Advisory Board the local chapter is on its feet again.
The local chapter, although very young, has accomplished a great deal in
the religious, social and athletic fields, and in the future they expect to become
very active upon the five-fold program of A. Z. A. At the present time the
local Alephs are striving for the development of a closer relationship among
the Jewish Youth of Jacksonville, and among the neighboring communities
throughout the Southeast. An outstanding program has been outlined for the
coming season.
A. Z. A. MEMBERSHIP
Chas. Ghelerter
Joe Falis
Meyer H. Weiss
Seymore Hoffenberg..
Paul Weiss
William Katz
Melvin Margol
Daniel Lipson
Philip N. Selber
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Mrs. S. Abramovitz Miss Beatrice Drucker Mrs. D. Rothstein Miss Pearl Safer
OFFICERS
Mrs. Sam Abramovitz
Beatrice Drucker
Mrs. David Rothstein
Pearl Safer
President
.Vics-Fresident
Treasurer
Secretary
Entering its seventh year of existence, the F. T. E. Club, composed of
young Jewish women, has been active both in social and charitable activi¬
ties of the Jewish community. This organization, established in 1931 at the
Jacksonville Jewish Center, has been of much service to the Center by giving
donations in various forms. For the past three years the club has played
a large part in sponsoring Mother’s Day at the Center at one of the Friday
night services, at which time the members presented each mother with a rose.
A large portion of the proceeds from the club’s various affairs is donated „o
charity throughout the year.
During the past year the club again opened the season with its annual
Florida-Georgia football dance at the Seminole Hotel and in November cele¬
brated its sixth anniversary with a banquet at the Seminole Hotel, at which
time new officers were presented. During the remainder of the year one social
affair was sponsored each month by two different members of the club.
This year the club is anticipating a highly successful season, active both
socially and charitably. In carrying out this program it is collaborating with
the local A. Z. A. Chapter in sponsoring a Florida-Georgia Football dance
November 5th, in the Roosevelt Hotel and an Auburn-Florida Football dance,
plans for which will be announced later.
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MRS. D. H. LASAROW
President
OFFICERS
Mrs. D. H. Lasarow -President
Mrs. J. Strauss First Vice-President
Mrs. Herbert Weiss— Second Vice-President
Mrs. William Silverman Third Vice-President
Mrs. Flarry Kalz - Treasurer
Mrs. Harry Gendzier Financial Secretary
Mrs. M. L. Hollins Corresponding Secretary
Mrs. Ernest Pilton—- Recording Secretary
It is well recognized that the prerequisite to any
upbuilding work is the health of the community. To¬
day, as always since its inception, Hadassah medical
services are indispensable to Palestine’s progress. The
development of its health program has followed a
planned course of action; (l) to establish under our
aegis essential health services and institutions; (2) to
give impetus to government, municipality and colony
to establish additional necessary institutions; (3) to
transfer Hadassah institutions and services to the
appropriate local body as and when it is able to ac¬
cept responsibility; (4) to blaze new trails necessary
to Palestine s growth.
It is expected that the Medical Center which
will comprise the Rothschild-Hadassah University Hos¬
pital, the Nurses I raining School and the Ratnoff
Medical College (the latter being erected by the
American Jewish Physicians Committee) will be com¬
pleted shortly. The ever decreasing opportunities for
Jewish medical scientists and practitioners in Europe
make all the more essential the opening of the Roths¬
child -Fladassah University Hospital with its modern
facilities and unique opportunities for the advance¬
ment of medicine. Distinguished physicians, many of
whom are exiles from their lands of origin, will be
able to continue their beneficent labors for mankind
in the fields of healing, teaching and research.
More health stations were opened (in addition to
the existent twenty-three) and the scope of several
extended to include all-day nursery services for hos¬
pital borderline cases. The Sch ool Hygiene Depart¬
ment also expanded its activities and supervised the
health of 36,000 school children. Physical defects
were diagnosed and treated either in the school build¬
ing or relerred for treatment to the appropriate agency.
In the case of contagious diseases, the whole family
came under the care of the School Hygiene Depart¬
ment. Cases of malnutrition among the school chil¬
dren were referred to the " School Luncheons Service ”,
where needy children were led without charge.
Jl has frequently been asserted that nutrition is
the key to health. The Hadassah School Luncheons
Service is calculated to safe-guard the health of the
children and through them, the community. Children
who need it (in some communities this means die
whole school) are provided with proper noon-day meals
and all school children are given courses of study (in
accordance with their age) in cooking, dietetics and
home economics. At present the “luncheons” operate
in thirty-nine schools and fifty-eight kindergartens.
Fladassah’s interest in the child, our concern
with the refugee problem, our objectives in Palestine
—all these interests are fused in the Youth Aliyah
project. The transfer of Jewish children from Ger¬
many, now including Austria and Poland, their settle¬
ment, maintenance and education in Palestine, is di¬
rected by the Arbeilsgemeinschaft fur Kinder and Jug-
en d Aliyah, an international committee of which
Hadassah is the American agency. The Youth Aliyah
committee has thus far provided for the emigration
and settlement of 2,000 children.
The irresistable humanitarian appeal for the res¬
cue and rehabilitation of these children, coinciding
with Palestine’s great need for additional man-power
and the trained and useful citizens which the Youth
Aliyah project assures, accounts for the widespread
interest and success attained in America. An impor¬
tant by-product of the undertaking of this work by
Hadassah has been the widening and strengthening
of Hadassah ranks by the inclusion of numerous wo¬
men who, hitherto aloof from Zionist interest, have
through activity for Youth Aliyah become leaders and
participants in all Zionist endeavors.
The current debacle in Jewish life gives urgency
to the application of Zionist ideology and its funda¬
mental concept that Jewish homelessness and the disa¬
bilities it creates must be cured. Palestine has already
proven itself as the best cure. What has already been
achieved there under terrific odds gives confident hope
that Israel will again, as of old, make a significant
contribution to civilization.
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The Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and
Home for The Aged was organized for the purpose
of giving shelter and aid to transients, supplying them
with Kosher Food and lodging and relieving the needs
of local indigents. The Society also maintains a Free
Loan Fund, the Gmieles Chesed, whereby many fami¬
lies are enabled to help themselves over a financial
crisis and gives immigrant aid wherever possible. It
also aims to establish a Home for the Aged, a Moshev
Zekenim .towards the achievement of which it is
making steady progress.
Last year representative members of the Ladies’
Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the
Aged and the Jewish Progressive Society selected the
following officers to lead the Joint Home Committee 'â– 
Mr. Joseph Wilensky, chairman; Mrs. M. Stein, co-
chairman; Mr. J. Lapinsky, vice-chairman; Mrs. J.
Shapiro, vice-chairman; Mr. Morris Wolfson, treasurer;
BEST BY EVERY TEST"
Mrs. H. Rosenvaig, secretary and Mrs. H. Talsman,
assistant secretary.
J he lirst step of this Joint Committee has been
to enter into negotiations lor the purchase of a most
desirable property for the building of a Home for
the Aged, where those who will be fortunate enough
to spend their reclining years, will have a haven of
comfort and peace, in a clean, beautiful and quiet
location .
1 he annual reports given at the Installation of
Officers during the early part of the year have shown
most unusual progress, stressing the methods used by
the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society in pro¬
viding the needy with food, clothing, fuel, medicines,
etc., without any embarrassment and loss of sel I-re¬
spect to the recipient.
Thanks have been extended to Dr. J. V. Safer,
who untiringly has assisted the organization in the
care of its sick, and Dr. Sam Witten who has given
of his services whenever called upon lor denial aid.
Mrs. E. G. Stern, secretary ol the Jewish Wellare
Society, has worked cooperatively with Mrs. A. Nabin
and Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, chairman of the Relief Com¬
mittee, and is thanked for her kind indulgence.
During the past year the monthly Bridge Parties,
the Rummage Sale under the expert direction ol Mrs.
A. Nabin and Mrs. M. Stein, the Turkey Raffle di¬
rected by Mrs. Sam Bryan and Mrs. P. L. Samson,
the Annual Summer and Armistice Day Dances, un¬
der the splendid direction of Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner
and Mrs. P. Haimowitz, the Children’s Honor Register,
the Annual Closing Luncheon sponsored by Mrs. S. L.
Blattner, Mrs. G. I -evin and Mrs. P. Haimowitz have
helped to finance the successful work ol the organi¬
zation.
In addition to its regular program ol Aid Work,
the society provided special food during the High
Holiday Season and at Passover, distributed baskets
at J hanksgiving and Jewish Festivals, gave a gener¬
ous contribution to the Jacksonville Jewish Communi¬
ty Council and sent the annual Passover contribution
to the General Israel Orphans’ Home lor Girls in
Palestine.
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Mrs. Ben Chepenik • Mrs. A. 0. Selber Mrs. H. Talisman
Mrs. Sam Bryan Mrs. M. J. Safer Mrs. Ben Baker
OFFICERS
Mrs. L. Fchevitz Honorary President
â–  Mrs. J. Shapiro Honorary Past1 President
Mrs. S. L. Blattner President
Mrs. Ben Chepenik First Vice-President
Mrs. A. E. Selber Second Vice-President
Mrs. S. Schain ’ Third Vice-President
Mrs. Herbert Talisman Recording Secretary
Mrs. B. B. Yoffee Financial Secretary
Mrs. Sam Bryan Coresponding Secretary
Mrs. Ben Baker Treasurer Aid Fund
Mrs. M. J. Safer Treasurer Home Fund
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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State and County Assessor
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OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
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Clara Kramer
Mildred Lieberman Ruth
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Mrs. Sidney X. Cohen.
Ruth Eisen
Josephine Safer
Clara Morgenstern ..
Miriam Carlton Mrs. S. Cohen
Eisen Josephine Safer Clara Morgenstern
OFFICERS
President
First Vice-President
Second Vice-President
Corresponding Secretary
Recording Secretary
Treasurer
With the present existing conditions facing our Jewish brethern in foreign
countries, Junior Hadassah, a branch of the Zionist Organization, is fulfilling
its motto—“A Joyful Mother of Children.”
The Jacksonville Unit, as well as other units throughout the United States,
in order to realize this aim, have four definite objects and purposes. These
objects and purposes are:
1. To carry on Palestinian work.
2. To conduct cultural classes and meetings for propagating Zionist ideals.
3. To carry on Jewish National Fund work.
4. To cooperate with other Zionist groups.
These objects constitute our Program and each is taken into account in
making plans for the year.
The local unit met with much success the past year in all its fields of
work. Opening the season with a most inspirational installation banquet
plans for a full year were completed.
Among the successful fund-raising affairs sponsored were the Annual
Yom Kippur Dance, a movie, raffle and spring dance.
For its members the Unit entertained at a weiner roast, manless cabaret
and membership tea.
,In November, the local unit was hostess at a Tri-City Conference to which
girls from Charleston, Savannah and Tampa attended. With the aid of Senior
Hadassah this conference proved to be most inspirational and beneficial.
Several guest speakers honored the Unit with very interesting talks and
it is the plan t'o further the idea of having speakers for the coming year.
Climaxing the season’s activities was the Donor’s Affair. This was a
moonlight boat ride, to which donors and their friends were in attendance.
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OFFICERS
Mrs. S. D. Kramer —.President
Mrs. O. Margo] 1st Vice President
Mrs. A. D. Kramer.... 2nd Vice President
Mrs. M. Margol- Secretary
Mrs. Ida Feldman - Treasurer
The Pushaloter Ladies Aid Society, an organization composed of a group
of women whose original homes were in Pushalot, a small town in Lithuania,
three miles from Ponives, Kovner district, has just completed its twenty-sixth
year of existence ,with another year of helpful work recorded. The member¬
ship consists of women, who have either come directly from Pushalot or who
have married native Pushaloters.
The purpose of the society is to aid individuals and institutions in Pusha¬
lot who are in need of such help, such aid usually being sent each year preced¬
ing the High Holidays. Locally the society donated a window to the Jackson-
vill Jewish Center when it was built, has contributed a number of prayer books
for Friday night services and in addition several useful kitchen utensils.
Mrs. M. Margol Mrs. Ida Feldman
MEMBERS
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Mr. and Mrs. MAX ATLAS
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. 6 Mrs. MORRIS ARONOVITZ
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. BENJAMIN BAKER
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. BEN BAKER
and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. BENNIE BAKER
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MARX BAKER
and children wish their friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT BAKER
and children wish their friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. JOE BARTLEY
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. JOE BECKER
and sons wish their friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
" Mr. and Mrs. H. BEGAL
wish their friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM BERGMAN
and children’ extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. A. BISCOW
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. JOE BLATTNER
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE BLATTNER
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SIDNEY BLATTNER
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. B. BLATTNER
and daughters wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. BLOCK
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. H. BLOOM
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mrs. FLORENCE BONO
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. BONO
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MORRIS BORK
wish their friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. PHILIP BORK
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY BROIDA
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIS BUCHOLTZ
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. MAXWELL BROOKS
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. L. BLANK
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. B. BERK
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SIDNEY BROWN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. L. BLAIR
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. M. BROWNSTEEN
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. MORRIS BERKOVITZ
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. BLACK
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. M. BEGAL
wish their friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. LEO BLUM
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Miss SARAH BRYAN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. JACK BECKER
wish their friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MORRIS BARTLEY
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. A. BORKSON
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY BUCHOLTZ
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. BLOOM
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. B. BECKER
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
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and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
BESLEM’S
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a Happy and Prosperous New Year'
Mr. and Mrs7 SAM BRYAN
wish their friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM BLATTNER^
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
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and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. BANKS
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relatives a Happy New Year
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and children v/ish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. SID COHEN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. COHEN
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ANSEL CHEPENIK
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. CHEPENIK
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. P. CARTER
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM DATZ
and children extend to their relatives ind
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. DRUCKER
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE DAVIS
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. j. DIAMOND
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mrs. P. DVOSKIN
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. HERBERT DATZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and. Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. L EDWARDS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX ESKIN
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX EHRLICH~
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. EZZES
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
~Mr. and Mrs. S. E. ETTINGOFF
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mrs. IDA FELDMAN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mrs. M. FALIS
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY FALIS
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. S. FLETCHER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. HARRY FINKELSTEIN
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. ELI FINKELSTEIN
wishes his friends far and near
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. M. FISHLER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. C. FRIEDMAN
and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. MAX FRIEDMAN
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE FLETCHER
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. BENNY FLETCHER
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. FLEET
and family extend to their relatives and fdends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES E. FINK
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIS E. FLEET
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. FLAUMAN
and children wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous Now Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. FRANK
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. BARNEY FREEDMAN
and children wish their friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. FAGAN
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. A. FALIS
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. CAMCE
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY GENDZIER
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. COFFIN
May the days of the New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. COFFIN
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. L. GOLDBERG
and children wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. GREENBLATT
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. JOSEPH GROSSBERG
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year of
health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. I. GARTNER
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. GHELERTER
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
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and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. FELIX GLICKSTEIN
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. Murray B. CLICKS FEIN
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. MAURICE W. GOLDSTEIN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. ft Mrs. MANUEL GOLDSTEIN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. GALLINGER
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM GORDON
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. SAM GARTNER
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. SAMUEL G ALIN SKY
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH HACKEE
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a I .appy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE HARRIS
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. HAMMERMAN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. E. HAMMERMAN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MILTON L. HOLLINS
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAMUEL HARRIS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY FONDIN
wish their friends far and near a
liappy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE HOROWITZ
May the days of the New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
ÑL. 6 Mrs. EDWARD HERZBERG
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. HAIMOWITZ
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. CARL HACKEL
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE HALPERN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. HELLMAN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. EUGENE L. HENRY
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year of
health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. P. HAIMOWITZ
and children extend to their relatives ard
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY HEYMAN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. HOLLINGER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
HABER BROTHERS
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY HARRIS
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. N. ISAACS
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. ISAACS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. JOEL
and sons wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. JOEL
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
" Mr .and Mrs. L. S. JOEL
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. STANLEY M. JOSEPH
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. BENJAMIN KANTOR
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. PERRY KANTOR
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MEYER KASSOVER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. KASS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY KATZ
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. KLINE
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. KRAMER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HENRY KRAMER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. I. KRAMER
May the days of the New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
Mr. and Mrs. M. KRAMER
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. KRAMER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ROLAND KRANTZ
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. L. KLEPPER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. KRISTLE
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr.SIDNEY KASS
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. KRAMER
and daughter wish their friends (|
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year j
Mr. and Mrs. HYMAN KATZ I
May the days of the -New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
Mr. and Mrs. J. LAPINSKY
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. LASAROW
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HYMIE LAZARUS
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year of
health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY LEFF
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. JULIUS LEVIN
and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. G. LEVIN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. LIPSCHITZ
- and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX LEITMAN~
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
"Ñhü" C. LEIBOVITZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. I. M. LJEBERMAN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
" Mr. and Mrs. PHILIP LOVITZ
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
~ Mr. and Mrs. SAM LOVITZ
and children wish their friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
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wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ALLEN B. LUMBERG
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. IRVING LEVIN
May the days of the New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
Mr. and Mrs. ABE LEVIN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year of
health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. MARK
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. HENRY MARK
wishes his friends far and near
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. V. MARKOVITZ
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. M. MARGOL
and children wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. O. MARGOL
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. R. MILLER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX MIRKIS
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. RALPH MIZRAHI
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. MIZRAHI
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. I. MOSCOVITZ
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. J. MOSCOVI I"Z
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. & Mrs. I. M. MORGENSTERN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVID MOSCOVITZ
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LEONARD MOSS
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. LOUIS MOSCOVITZ
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. MARKS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. I. MOSKOVITZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. BERNIE MOSKOVITZ
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. D. MEHLMAN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. E. M. MORGENSTERN
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. & Mrs. MORRIS MOSCOVITZ
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. NORMAN MARKS
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year of
health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. SAM MARKOV LIZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. MARKOVITZ
and children wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. NABIN
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. NACHMAN
and family extend to their relatives and fdends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. P. NEWMAN
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. NATHAN NEWMAN
and children wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. A. NOEL
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MORRIS NACHMAN
and son v/ish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. MORRIS NIMOVITZ
extends to his pupils, their parents and all his
friends best wishes for a happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE PAUL
and children wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. NATHAN PAUL
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY PELTZ
and family extend to their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ISSER PRICE
and children wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ERNEST PILTON
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. PULDEY
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. PROCTOR
and children wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. N. POKORNY
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs.T PINZER
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. MORRIS PORTNOY
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVID PIOUS
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH ROBIN
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX ROSE
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy Now Year
Mr. and Mrs. AL ROSENBERG
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. JACfROSENBERG
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. ROSENBERG
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM ROSENBERG
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. ROSENBERG
and children wish their friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. IT ROTHSTEIN
and children wish their friends
sincerp wishes for a Happy New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. MAX RUBIN
i and family extend to their relatives and friends
J sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Dr. J. V. SAFER
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. SILVER
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. ft Mrs. FRANK ROSENBLUM
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX SAFER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. I. S1LVERBERG
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. ROSENBERG
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MOE B. SAFER
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. ft Mrs. IRVING SILVERSTEIN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year of
health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. ft Mrs. DAVID ROTH STEIN
1 Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. PERRY SAFER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. ft Mrs. WILLIAM SILVERMAN
and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE ROSENTHAL
and family wish their friends health,
j happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Rev. and Mrs. BENJAMIN SAFER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. SLOAT
i and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
j Mr. ft Mrs. RUBIN ROSENBERG
and family wish their friends health,
| happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. A. SAGER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. SLOTT
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. ALEX ROBIN
and daughter wish their friends
! a Happy and Prosperous New Year
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and children, extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. FRED SOFORENKO
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. N. ROBIN
j and daughter wish their friends
| Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE SCHEMER
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. J. SPIWAK
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. RALPH
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. SCHEMER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ALFRED STEIN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. JACK ROTHSTEIN
and daughter wish their friends
[ Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. HENRY SCHEMER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. BEN STEIN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. W. ROSENBLUM
May the days of the New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE L. SCHEMER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. ROSA STEIN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. S. ROSENBLATT
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. WILLIAM SCHEMER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. I. J. STRUMPH
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Miss Blanche ft Rachel ROTHSTEIN
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. DAN S. SCHWARTZ
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. SURASKY
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. IRVING RESNICK
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE SELBER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. IRA STEIN
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. ROSENBERG
X Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. H. SELBER
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. W. SOBEL
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. P. ROSENBLUM
wish their friends far and near a
Ffappy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. PHILIP SELBER
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. STEIN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABBA SAFER
and daughter wish their friends
! Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. S. SELBER
and family extend to their relatives and j
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. NAT SHORSTEIN
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE SAFER
and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE SETZER
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. M. SEMPSON
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY SAFER
! and family extend to their relatives and
| friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. BEN SETZER
and family extend to their relatives and ;
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MARTIN SACK
and sons wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. HYMAN SAFER
and daughter wish their friends
| Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. MEYER SETZER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM SMITH
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. SAFER
! and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. SHORSTEIN
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. SHAPIRO
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
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and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. MAX SPITZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. NATHAN SCHEVITZ
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. M. SHAPIRO
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. STRAUSS
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. SINGER
and daughters wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVID SNIDER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mrs. EVA SCHWARTZ
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. CARL SCHEVITZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ALBERT D. SIMON
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr and Mrs. L. SCHEVITZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. JENNIE SENTLER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. SAFER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mrs. E. SHORSTEIN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. SAGER
| Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY SILVER
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MATTHEW SLOAT
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year of
health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. ABE SHAPIRO
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE TORN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISS
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. H. WEISS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. WEINSTEIN
and children extend to their rolatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. WEXLER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Miss GERTRUDE WILENSKY
Greetings and best wishes for a New Vear
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. BEN WITTEN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happ4' and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. JOSEPH WITTEN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE WITTEN
and children wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX WITTEN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. SAM WITTEN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. WOLF
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE WOLFSON
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. L. WOLFSON
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LONNIE WURM
and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. SAM WOLFSON
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. IKE WITTEN
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISS
and children extend to their relatives ard
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ISADORE WITTEN
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. WEINTRAUB
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE WEISS~
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a I iappy and Prosperous Now Year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX WEISS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MORRIS B. WILSON
May the days of the New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY WYMAN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. L. WEINSTEIN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. J. B. WEISS
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. B. WEINGAST
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. BEN YOFFEE
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. & Mrs. Haskell ZIMMERMAN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. ZOSLOW
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Y. ZAVON
and sons wish their friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
SEASON'S GREETINGS
i JAMES R. BOYD, Jr.
The Season's Best Wishes
T. F. McCALL, Jr,
COUNCILMAN
6th Ward
SEASON’S IIEST WISHES
James C. Merrill
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THE
HEBREW-ENGLISH
CALENDAR
I his year’s Directory contains as
usual a Hehrew-English Calendar,
which has proven its worth as a
valuable appendix to this publica¬
tion, and which has become a ne¬
cessity in Jewish homes because of
its frequent use throughout the year.
J he calendar is printed upon suc¬
cessive pages, and enables one to
use this portion of the book as a
complete calendar (Luach).
I he Hebrew side of the calendar
contains the Hebrew names of the
festivals, holidays, and fast days.
I he weekly portion of the law to
be read each Saturday is indicated
in capital letters. A reminder to
light the Sabbath candles or ike
festival candles (L. C.) appears op¬
posite the proper days.
1 he English side of the calendar
contains the English names of ike
lesti vals and holidays and a calen¬
dar of the important events of the
various Jewish organizations meet¬
ing in the Center or holding their
affairs there. I his feature has been
found to be very valuable, giving
each organization an opportunity
to plan lor their respective under¬
lain ngs without conflicting with the
other organizations.
Below the calendar appear brief
explanations of the holidays and
special Sabbaths, and various other
explanatory notes concerning special
occasions and events.
CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Sept. 26—Oct. 25
Tishri 1—30
1) New Year Sept.
26
Mon.
1
ROSH HAS'HONAH
” ” 2nd Day
27
Tues.
2
ROSH HASHONAH 2nd DAY
28
Wed.
3
29
Thurs.
4
30
Fri.
5
L. C.
2) Sabbath of Repentance Oct. 1
Sat.
6
Shabbath Shuba—Va-Yelech
Opening Sunday School
2
Sun.
7
3
Mon.
8
KOL NIDRE at sunset
4
Tues.
9
L. C.
3 Day of Atonement
5
Wed.
10
YOM KIPPUR, YIZKOR
(
Jr. Hadassah Dance (5)
8
Thurs.
11
7
Fri.
12
L. C.
8
Sat.
13
HAAZINU
9
Sun.
14
L. C.
4) Tabernacles 1st day
10
Mon.
15
S'UKKOS 1st DAY
2nd day
11
Tues.
16
SUKKOS 2nd DAY
Sr. Hadassah Thrift Luncheon
12
Wed.
17
and Opening Meeting
13
Thurs.
18
1st Late Fri. Eve. Service 8:15
14
Fri.
19
L. C.
Intermediate Sabbath
15
Sat.
20
Sabbath Choi Hamoed
A. Z. A. Day
16
Sun.
21
Hoshanah Rabbah L. C.
Yizkor; Hakafoth at 7:30p.m.
17
Mon.
22
S'hmini Azereth L. C.
5) Feast of the Law
18
Tues.
23
SIMCHATH TORAH
Desert Bridge D. of Is.
19
Wed.
24
Meeting Ladies Aid
20
Thurs.
25
21
Fri.
2,6
L. C.
22
Sat'.
27
BERESHITH
23
Sun.
28
24 i
Tues. |
29
Bridge Party, Ladies Aid
20
Mon.
30
6) Rosh Chodesh 1st Day
L. C.—Light Sabbath Candles or Festival Candles 'A hour before sunset, for
which consult daily newspapers.
1) Rosh Hashonah marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year and lasts
two days. It is also the beginning of the 10 days of Penitence, which end with Yom
Kippur. Sincere prayer and meditation during these days help us to experience
the reality of God to dedicate ourselves anew to the establishment of His Kingdom
on earth—the reign of freedom, justice and peace.
2) Shabbat Shuba derives its name from the Haftorah of that day. Hosea
xiv, 2-10 which begins with the word S'hubah-'Return’, i.e., Repent.
3) Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is a day of fasting and prayer, when we
strive to reawaken the latent spiritual power in our souls so that it may become
an effective and directing force in our daily conduct'.
4) Sukkos (Feast of Tabernacles) is the Jewish festival of thanksgiving after
all the products of the field have been gathered in. The Sukkah symbolizes '.he
wanderings of our ancestors in the wilderness of Sinai.
5) Simchath Torah (Rejoicing in the Torah) is the second day of Shemini
Azereth. Then the reading of the Pentateuch is completed and begun anew for the
coming year. This event is celebrated with Hakofos—procession with the scrolls
of the Torah to the accompaniment of songs and dancing.
6) Rosh Chodesh is the term for the beginning of a new month. As the
Jewish year is based on the lunar calendar, the beginning of the new month coin¬
cides with the new moon. When a month has thirty days, the last is considered the
first of the two days which constitute Rosh Chodesh of the month following.
NEW WAY POULTRY CO.
Live and Dressed Poultry
FRESH EGGS
j 324 Broad Street
Telephone 5-3269
Season's Greetings to Our Jewish Friends
W. H. CRAVEY
CALLAHAN, FLORIDA
We Specialize in
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SWEET BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
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CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Oct. 26—Nov. 23
Heshvan 1—29
Oct. 26
Wed.
1 ROSH CHODESH 2nd DAY
27
Thurs.
2
28
Fri.
3 L. C.
29
Sat.
4 NOAH
30
Sun.
5
31
Mon.
6
Nov. 1
Tues.
7
Meeting D. of Is. 2
Wed.
8 Balfour Declaration Anni.
Hadassah Fall Dance (2) 3
Thurs.
9
4
Fri.
10 L. C.
5
Sat'.
11 LECH LECHA
6
Sun.
12
7
Mon.
13
Election Day 8
Tues.
14
9
Wed.
15
Armistice D'ance Ladies Aid 10
Thurs.
16
11
Fri.
17 L. C.
12
Sat.
18 VAYERA
13
Sun.
19
14
Mon.
20
Meeting Ladies Aid 15
Tues.
21
Meeting Sr. Hadassah 16
Wed.
22
17
Thurs.
23
18
Fri.
24 L. C.
19
Sat'.
25 CHAYE SARAH
20
Sun.
26
1st JNF Collection Sr. Had. 21
Mon.
27
Bridge Party Ladies Aid 22
Tues.
28
23
Wed.
29
1) The Balfour Declaration issued on November 2, 1917, is the first recogni¬
tion by a modern nation of the Jewish claim to Palestine as a national homeland.
This declaration was ratified by all civilized nations of the world, and gave great'
impetus to the Zionist movement and the rebuilding of Palestine.
"NEW YEAR GREETINGS"
Bagaley Juvenile
Theatre
2512 Park Street
KINDERGARTEN - DANCING
DRAMATIC ART
SEASONS GREETINGS
CLYDE H. SIMPSON
TAX COLLECTOR
Jacksonville’s Leading
FURRIERS
PAUL C. TANNER
FURS PROPERLY CLEANED AND
REMODELED INTO the NEW FALL STYLES
California
FUR AND HAT WORKS
20 HOGAN ST. PHONE 5-3237
Sincere Wishes For
A Happy New Year
NATIONAL
Grocery & Tobacco Co.
J. B. Weinstein
DON'T FORGET YOUR
SUBSCRIPTION TO
The Jax American
THE PAPER THAT IS
Independent and Fearless
For the Public Rights
“The Jax American
Prints the Lads’
PHONE 5-0516
S. L GOLDSTEIN
MEN'S and WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR
154 LINCOLN STREET — BOSTON, MASS.
New Year's Greetings To Our Jewish Friends
N. L ABERNATHY
USED
ELECTRIC MOTORS — FANS
COOLING SYSTEMS
MACHINERY & BUSINESS EQUIPMENT
2253 Pearl St. Phone 5-7794
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Bonacker, Holt and Acosta, Inc.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
410 East Bay Street
S. C. REDDICK
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Electrical Installations — Repairing Maintenance
PHONE 5-1856 — 1432 IONIA ST.
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2324 EDISON AVE.
Phone 7-2 164
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Phone 5-1 136
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ATTWOOD’S
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1024 PARK ST. PHONE 7-2133
FREE MOTOR DELIVERY
CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Kislev 1—29
Nov. 24—Dec. 22
Thanksgiving Dance Nov.
24
Thurs.
1
ROSH CHODESH
D. of Is.
25
Fri.
2
L. C.
26
Sat.
3
TOLDOTH
27
Sun.
4
28
Mon.
5
29
Tues.
6
30
Wed.
7
Dec
1
Thurs.
8
2
Fri.
9
L. C.
3
Sat.
10
VAYETZE
4
Sun.
11
5
Mon.
12
6
Tues.
16
L. C.
Meeting D. of Is.
7
Wed.
13
8
Thurs.
14
9
Fri.
15
Rummage Sale D’.of Is.
10
Sat.
17
VAYISHLACH
Sun. School Chanukah Gelt
11
Sun.
18
Appeal Sr. Had.
12
Mon.
19
13
Tues.
20
14
Wed.
21
15
Thurs.
22
16
Fri.
23
L. C.
1st Hankah Candle
17
Sat'.
24
V A YE SHE V 1st Candle
ITanukah Flay 7 P.M.; Chanu-
18
Sun.
25
1) HANUKAH 1st day
kah Gelt. Col. Sr. Had. (S'un.) 19
Mon.
26
2nd day -
Meeting Ladies Aid
20
Tues.
27
3rd day
Meeting Sr. Hadassah
21
Wed.
28
" 4th day
22
Thurs.
29
” 5th day
1) Hanukkah (Dedication Days) celebrates the re-dedication of the Temple
by the victorious Maccabees (167 B. C. E.) after their struggles against' the Syrian
King Antiochus who, with the aid of the Jewish apostates, had attempted to
suppress the religion of the Jews. For eight days lights were kindled every evening
in commemoration of their victory for religious liberty.
Season's Greetings
from
Harry's Men's Shop
and
THE TOGGERY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Fleming and Gerrits
Wholesale Confectioners
538 E. UNION ST. PHONE 5-1361
Season’s Greetings To Our Jewish Friends
JOHNSON LUMBER SUPPLY
COMPANY
LESTER W. JOHNSON
7th and EVERGREEN PHONE 5-2806
Plumbing Fixtures
BY "ELJER"
FLORIDA PIPE SUPPLY CO,
825 N. Myrtle Ave. Phone 5-0456
Compliments of
McGiffin Coal Co.
★
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★
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CALENDAR
1938-39 ENGLISH HEBREW 5699
Dec. 23—Jan 20 Tebeth 1—29
Dec. 23
Fri.
1 L. S. Hanukah 6th Day R.C.H
24
Sat.
2 Miketz Hanukah 7th Day
25
Sun.
3
26
Mon.
4
Chanukah Party Ladies Aid 27
Tues.
5
AZA Southern Regional / 28
Wed.
6
Convention 1 29
Thurs.
7
New Years Eve Dinner \ 30
Fri.
8 L. C.
Dance D. of Is. 31
Sat.
9 VAYIGASH
Fast of Tebeth Jan. ’39 1
Sun.
10 1) ASARAH BTEBETH
2
Mon.
11
Center Election 3
Tues.
12
Meeting D. of Is. 4
Wed.
13
5
Thurs.
14
6
Fri.
15 L. C.
7
Sat.
16 VAYECHI
8
Sun.
17
9
Mon.
18
10
Tues.
19
Meeting Sr. Hadassah 11
Wed.
20
12
Thurs.
21
13
Fri.
22 L. C.
14
Sat.
23 SHMOTII
15
Sun.
24
16
Mon.
25
Meeting Ladies Aid 17
Tues.
26
18
Wed.
27
Membership Tea Sr. Had. 19
Thurs.
28
20
Fri.
29 L. C.
Chas. E. Commander
and Company
REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
325 W. Forsyth St. Ph. 5-7329
Season's Best Wishes
Builders Products Co.
ANCHOR FENCING
OVERHEAD DOORS
204 E. 8th St. Phone 5-3653
SEASON’S GREETINGS
PROGRESS
FURNITURE CO.
Bernie Moskovitz
1) A-Sa-rah B’Tebet (tenth of Tebet) commemorates the day when the
Babylonians began their effective siege of Jerusalem in 586 B. C. E.
"BUY OR SELL . . .
WE TREAT YOU WELL"
SEASON'S GREETINGS
COMPLIMENTS
of
from
NATIONAL CONTAINER
MOTOR TRANSIT CO.
CORPORATION
Compliments of
BEST WISHES
Orange Crush
in the
WM. A. OSTNER
KRINKLEY BOTTLES
I wish to thank my Jewish Friends in the Duval
Market and Jacksonville for the nice
business I have received from them
J. H. PERMENTER
Permenter Auto Supply Co.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
THOS. C. IMESON CO., Inc.
INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
224 Hogan Street Phone 5-1721
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BEST OF FOODS
Excellent Service
Genuine Spanish Cooking
Prívale Dining Rooms
828 EAST ADAMS STREET
J. and C. CALVO
MY SINCEREST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Emory H. Price
Supervisor of Registration
CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Jan. 21—Feb. 19
Shebat 1—30
Jan. 21 | Sat'. | 1
ROS CHODESH,
VA’ERA
22
Sun.
2
23
Mon.
3
Bridge Party Ladies Aid 24
Tues.
4
Annual Cabaret D. of Is. 25
Wed.
5
26
Thurs.
6
27
Fri.
7 L. C.
28
Sat'.
8 BO
29
Sun.
9
30
Mon.
10
31
Tues.
11
Meeting D. of Is. Feb. 1
Wed.
12
2
Thurs. '
13
3
Fri.
14 L. C.
1) Jewish Arbor Day 4
Sat.
15 BESHALACH, Chamish Asar
5
Sun.
16 B’Shebat
6
Mon.
17
7
Tues.
18
Meeting Sr. Hadassah 8
Wed.
19
9
Thurs.
20
10
Fri.
21 L. C.
11
Sat'.
22 JETHRO
12
Sun.
23
13
Mon.
24
14
Tues.
25
15
Wed.
26
16
Thurs.
27
17
Fri.
28 L. C.
2 Sabbath Shekalim 18
Sat.
29 MISHPATIM
19
Mon.
30 ROS'H CHODESH 1st DAY
1) Chamisha Asar B’S'hebat (fifteenth of Shebat) is the Jewish Arbor Day,
also called the New Year of the trees. In Palestine school children use the day for
planting thousands of trees each year. In the Diaspora it is used as an occasion
for stressing the significance of the upbuilding of Palestine.
2) Shabbat' Shekalim. During Temple times the call for the payment of the
poll tax of half a shekel by every full-grown Isralite was announced on the first
day of the month of Adar. As a reminder of this duty the passage from Exodus
xxx, 11-16, was read on the Sabbath preceding.
Wishing My Friends and Customers
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Gate City Linen Supply Co°
SIDNEY SCHAIN, Manager
Home Owned
COATS — UNIFORMS — APRONS
CABINET TOWEL SERVICE
FOREST & PRICE STS.
PHONE 7-2047
'Many Thanks for Your Patronage"
J. B. MALLARD
Hill Refrigerator Cases and Coolers.
Hobart Slicing Machines
Dayton Scales
Hobart Meat Choppers
Market Equipment and Supplies
1606 E. 8th ST.
PHONE 5-4399
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
from
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324 Riverside Ave.
46 W. Miami Rd. (So. Jax) 1919 Main Street
1051 Park Street
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CALENDAR
USE
1939 ENGLISH HEBREW 5699
Feb. 2-0—Mar. 20 Adar 1—29
Feb.
Meeting Ladies Aid
20
21
22
23
24
25
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.
1
2
3
4
5
6
ROSH CHODESH 2nd DAY
L. C.
TERUMAH
Ladies Aid Installation of
26
Sun.
7
Officers (26)
27
Mon.
8
Bridge Party Ladies Aid
28
Tues.
9
Meeting D. of Is. Mar.
1
Wed.
10
1) Fast of Esther
2
Thurs. '
11
D. of Is. Sabbath
3
Fri.
12
L. C.
2) S'abbath Zachor
4
Sat.
13
TEZAVEH, Megillah reading
Purim Carnival
5
Sun.
14
3) PURIM
6
Mon.
15
SHUSHAN PURIM
7
Tues.
16
Meeting Sr. Hadassah
8
Wed.
17
9
Thurs.
18
10
Fri.
19
L. C.
4) Sabbath Parah
11
Sat'.
20
TISAH
12
Sun.
21
13
Mon.
22
14
Tues.
23
Bridge Luncheon D. of Is.
15
Wed.
24
16
Thurs.
25
Sr. Hadassah Sabbath
17
Fri.
26
L. C.
5) Sabbath Hachodesh
18
Sat.
27
VAYAKHEL-PIKUDEY
19
Sun.
28
20
Mon.
29
1) FAST OF ESTHER commemorates the day when the Jews of Persia fasted
and prayed that they be spared from the persecution planned by Haman.
2) Shabbat Zakor derives its name from the special portion from the Torah,
D'eut. xxv, 17-19, read that' day, which begins with the word Zakor—“Remember
Amalek.” It was assumed that Haman was an Amalekite.
3) Purim commemorates the day when, through the intervention of Mordecai
and Queen Esther, the Jews of Persia narrowly escaped being victims of Hainan’s
plot to exterminate them.
4) Shabbat Parah; Preceding the Passover, proper steps to become ritually
clean had to be taken as preparation for the eating of the Paschal lamb. Hence
the law concerning the ashes of the red heifer, Parah Adumah, (Numbers xlx),
was read.
5) Shabbat Hahodesh derives its name from the Haftorah of that day, Exodus
xii, 1-20. This is the “portion about the month,” referring to the special conse¬
cration of the month of Nisan which is the most eventful in the history of Israel.
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Sold at
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DAYLIGHT STORES
Phone 7-5056
American Poultry Co.
Dealers in
LIVE POULTRY
8th & Pearl St. Phone 5-7879
9xtbdne\,‘d,
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DeLUXE POTATO CHIPS
PEANUT BUTTER
SANDWICHES
CANDIES and PECANS
BARRETT FOOD
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915 Main St. Phone 3-0308
5 - 9 8 8 9 PHONES 5 - 3 0 4 8
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BAR & PACKAGE HOUSE
Main Street at Seventh
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NEW YEAR
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CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
March 21—April
19
Nisan 1—30
Meeting Ladies Aid March
?i
Tue;;.
! 1
ROSH CHODESH
22
Wed.
2
23
Thurs.
3
24
Fri.
4
L. C.
Movie Sponsored by D. of Is.
25
Sat.
5
VAYIKRA
2.6
Sun.
6
27
Mon.
7
Bridge Party Ladies Aid
28
Tues.
8
Meeting D. of Is.
29
Wed.
9
30
Thurs.
10
31
Fri.
11
L. C.
1) Shabbot Hagadol April
1
Sat.
12
TZAV
2nd JNF Box Col. Sr. Had.
2
Sun.
13
3
Men.
14
L. C. First Sedar Night
2) Passover 1st day
4
Tues.
15
PESACH 1st day
5
Wed.
16
” 2nd day
i
6
Thurs.
17
” 3rd dav
7
Fri.
18
” 4th day L. C.
8
Sat'.
19
” 5th day
Children’s Seder
9
Sun.
20
” 6th day L. C.
10
Mon.
21
” 7th day L. C.
Passover 8th day
11
Tues.
22
” 8th day Yizkor
Sr. Had. Meeting—Nomination
12
Wed.
23
and election of officers
13
Thurs.
24
14
Fri.
25
L. C.
15
Sat'.
26
SHEMINI
16
Sun.
27
17
Mon.
28
Ladies Aid Meeting
18
Tues.
29
Anniv. i Card Party D. of Is.
19
Wed.
30
ROS'H CHODESH 1st day
1) Shabbat Hagadol always precedes Passover. It derives its name from the
importance of the approaching festival and from the further fact that the Haftorah
for the day closes with an allusion to “the Great Day of the Lord.”
2) Pesach (Passover) celebrates Israel’s deliverance from Egyptian bondage.
The festival lasts eight days during which matzoth are eaten in the place of
leavened bread. The celebration of the Passover with the beautiful ceremony of
the S'eder on the first and second evenings, has helped to foster in the Jewish
people the hope of living again as a nation in Palestine.
Season's Greetings to Our Jewish Friends
JULIUS GOLDSTEIN 8c SONS
Wholesale Shoes
198 Lincoln Street
BOSTON MASS.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BRILLIANT BROS CO.
Wholesale Shoes
BOSTON MASS.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
RUBIN BROS. FOOTWEAR
Inc.
29 W. 34th STREET
NEW YORK, CITY
LOUIS ORINGER, Southern Representative
Best Wishes for
A Happy end Prosperous New Year
A, SHAPIRO
109 - II Beach St.
BOSTON, MASS
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CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
April 20—May 18
Iyar 1—29
April 20
Thurs.
1 ROS'H CHODESH 2nd Day
21
Fri.
2 L. C.
22
Sat.
3 TAZRIA-METZORA
23
Sun.
4
24
Mon.
5
Ladies Aid Bridge Party 25
Tues.
6
26
Wed.
7
27
Thurs.
8
28
Fri.
9 L. C.
29
Sat:
10 ACHAREI-KEDOSHIM
30
Sun.
11
May 1
Mon.
12
2
Tues.
13
Meeting D. of Is. 3
Wed.
14
4
Thurs.
15
5
Fri.
16 L. C.
6
Sat.
18 1) LAG B’OMER
Lag B’Omer Surprise D. of Is. 7
Sun.
18 LAG B’OMER
8
Mon.
19
9
Tues.
20
Final Meeting Sr. Hadassah 10
Wed.
21
Installation of Officers 11
Thurs.
22
12
Fri.
23 L. C.
13
Sat:
24 BEHAR-BECHUKOTAI
14
Sun.
25
15
Mon.
26
Meeting Ladies Aid 16
Tues.
27
17
Wed.
28
18
Thurs.
29
1) Lag B’Omer means the thirty-third day of the counting of the Omer
(Sephirah). During the Sephirah days we refrain from holding festive celebrations
because many sad memories of oppressive treatment of the Jews during this
period of the year in the days of the Romans, and also in the later Middle Ages.
On Lag B’Omer these restriction are suspended.
A little message to you:
Armour's
^JextuAated
VEGETÓLE
CncU MeAMfJiMyeAA
Armour's exclusive Texturation process makes
Vegetóle a smoother, whiter, creamier short¬
ening, that actually makes good baking ever
so much easier. First of all, it saves you time,
because it actually creams with sugar or blends
with flour in half the time, with half the effort.
It makes perfect mixing possible without excess
handling of your dough or batter.
And this is why Texturated Vegetóle makes
your results surer and the texture of baked
things better. We asked nationally-known home
economists how important they regarded texture
in baking. They all agreed that good texture is
vital to successful baking—and remember that
Vegetóle is the only shortening especially made to
give perfect texture.
You'll be pleased with the convenience of the
Self-Measuring Carton.
Armour & Company
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DOMESTIC
LAUNDRY
Satisfactory Laundry Service
ZORIC DRY CLEANING
Phone 7-8686
The Season’s Best Wishes
J. M. GREGORY
PLUMBING and HEATING
OIL BURNING UTILITIES
ROOFING, SHEET METAL
Air Conditioning
318-20 RIVERSIDE AVENUE
PHONE 5-1174
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Frank skill
H. Honesty
Brownett ResP°nsibili‘y
BUILDERS of DISTINCTIVE
HOMES and APARTMENTS
Compliments of
SAM'S
Liquor Stores
Happy New Tear
Atlas Restaurant
318 MAIN STREET
We Serve Best
BEST WISHES
from
WALTER ZOLL
Southern Representative of
LANGER-LIPPMAN CO.
Boston, Mass.
Season's Greetings
Ansin Shoe Manufacturing Co.
Athol, Mass.
LADIES' NOVELTIES
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HARRY FRIESEKE
FINE PICTURE FRAMING
OLD FRAMES REFINISHED
--y
I 18 West Bay Street
Compliments of the
MAINE LUNCH
"’We Satisfy”
541 W. BAY ST.
Season’s Greetings from
EAGLE LAUNDRY
OUR
Zoric Dry Cleaning
AND
Laundry Service
EXCEL
TELEPHONE 5-0307
CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
May 19—June 17
Si van 1—30
May 19
Fri.
1 ROSH CHODESH L. C.
20
Sat.
2 BAMIDBAR
21
Sun.
3
22
Mon.
4
Closing Luncheon Ladies Aid 23
Tues.
5
Confirmation 24
Wed.
6 1) SHOVUOTH 1st DAY
Yizkor 25
Thurs.
7 SHOVUOTH 2nd DAY
26
Fri.
8 L. C.
27
Sat.
9 NASO
28
Sun.
10
29
Mon.
11
Decoration Day 30
Tues.
12
31
Wed.
13
June 1
Thurs.
14
2
Fri.
15 L. C.
3
Sat.
16 BEHAALOTECHA
4
Sun.
17
5
Mon.
18
6
Tues.
19
Closing Meeting D. of Is. 7
Wed.
20
8
Thurs.
21
9
Fri.
22 L. C.
10
Sat.
23 S'HELACH
11
Sun.
24
12
Mon.
25
13
Tues.
26
14
Wed.
27
15
Thurs.
28
16
Fri.
29 L. C.
17
Sat.
30 KORACH, Rosh Chodesh
1) Shabuot (the Feast of Weeks) is so called because it completes exactly
seven weeks from the second day of Passover on which the omer (a measure) of
the new barley was brought to the Temple. This holiday celebrates the early wheat
harvest in Palestine. .It also commemorates the convenant which was established
at Sinai between God and Israel.
Compliments of
CLARK L. DATNOV
Vice President of
THE PILOT SHOE CO.
Wholesalers of
MEN'S and BOYS' WORK and DRESS SHOES
Baltimore, Md.
BEST WISHES TO THE
JACKSONVILLE JEWISH CENTER
from
SAXE BROS. CO
171 Lincoln Street
BOSTON MASS.
WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MuaAt H. Ricdeáxm YYlcyi.
VIRGINIA PAPER CO.
N © ID ID Jf
INSURANCE
304 Liggett Bldg.
Phone 5-2269
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CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
June 18—July 16
Tamuz 1—29
June 18
Sun.
1 ROSH CHODESH
19
Mon.
4
20
Tues.
3
21
Wed.
2
22
Thurs.
5
23
Fri.
6 L. C.
24
Sat'.
7 CHUKATH
25
Sun.
8
26
Mon.
9
27
Tues.
10
Beach Pier Dance D of Is. 28
Wed.
11
29
Thurs.
12
30
Fri.
13 L. C.
July 1
Sat'..
14 BALAK
2
Sun.
15
3
Mon.
16
1) Fast of Tamuz 4
Tues.
17 Shiva Asar Betamuz
5
Wed.
18
6
Thurs.
19
7
Fri.
'20 L. C.
8
Sat.
.21 PINCHAS
9
Sun.
22
10
Mon.
23
11
Tues.
24
12
Wed.
25
13
Thurs.
26
14
Fri.
27 L. C.
15
Set.
28 MATOTH-MASEI
16
Sun.
29
1) Shiva Asar B’Tamuz (seventeen of Tamuz) is a fast day which commem¬
orates the day when the Babylonian army made the first' breach in the wall of
Jerusalem during the siege in the year 586 B. C. E.
N. A. Faulkner & Co0
I Produce and Merchandise
BROKERS
Compliments of
Berney's Restaurant
QUALITY CLEANLINESS
“Famous For Quality"
Ye Bon Ton Bakery
1035 Park St. Phone 7-3783
COURTESY PROMPT SERVICE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS
"SANDY”
Hollywood Studio
OF PHOTOGRAPHY
High Grade Work
Very Moderate Rates
Up to the Minute Service
123 W. Bay St. Phone 5-7146
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Beautiful S’hoes
S. S. SISELLMAN, Mgr.
DAVID BROWN SHOE CO.
Baltimore, Md.
MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS
TRUCK BODIES BUILT
ALL-STEEL or COMPOSITE STAKE, VAN,
REFRIGERATOR or ANY TYPE
DUCOING — ENAMELING — PAINTING
UPHOLSTERING
Fender and Body Straightening
SMITH & NEIL CO.
Established 1897
1025 MYRTLE AVE. BET. STATE ST. & KINGS RD.
Happy New Year To The Jewish People
MEYER FISH & PRODUCE CO.
1Wholesale and Retail
33-35 South Ocean St. Phone 3-1076
Florida Ice Machine Corp.
303 - 307 Park Street
Telephone 5-1805
Frick Refrigeration Machines
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P. 0IUPPONI
SPAGHETTI HOUSE
ITALIAN GROCERIES
327 Main St. Phone 5-0726
New Year Greetings to
Our Many Jewish Friends
Paul's Groceteria
Shop At Smiling Paul”
Free Delivery
2019 PEARL STREET
GLASS
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Auto Glass Installed
Store Front Glazing
French Mirror Plate
Glass Company
Established 1908
71 7-2 I East Bay Street
PHONES
5-1571 _ 5-1572
Pal ronize Home Industry
Miami Orlando West Palm Beach
CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
July 17—Aug. 15
AB 1—30
July 17
Mon.
1 ROSH CHODES'H
18
Tues.
2
19
Wed.
3
20
Thurs.
4
21
Fri.
5 L. C.
1) Sabboth Chazon 22
Sat'.
6 DEBARIM
23
Sun.
7
24
Mon.
8
2) Fast of AB 25
Tues.
9 TISHA B’AB
Ladies Aid Dance at Pier 26
Wed.
10
27
Thurs.
11
28
Fri.
12 L. C.
3) Sabbath Nahma 29
Sat'.
13 VAETHCHANAN
30
Sun.
14
31
Mon.
15
Aug. 1
Tues.
16
2
Wed.
17
3
Thurs.
18
4
Fri.
19 L. C.
5
Sat'.
20 EKEB
6
Sun.
21
7
Mon.
22
8
Tues.
23
9
Wed.
24
10
Thurs.
25
11
Fri.
26 L. C.
12
Sat'.
27 RE’EH
13
Sun.
28
14
Mon.
29
15
Tues.
30 ROSH CHOD'ESH
1) Shabbat Hazon derives its name from the Haftorah of that day, Isaih I,
1-27, which begins with the word Hazon—“Vision.”
2) Tisha B’ab (ninth day of Ab) is a fast day which marks the destruction of
the first Temple in Jerusalem by the Babylonians (586 B. C. E.) and also of the
second Temple by the Romans (70 C. E.)
3) Shabbat Nahamu derives its name from the Haftorah of that day, Isaih
xl, 1-26, which begins with the word Nahamu “Comfort ye,” read on the S'abbath
after Tish B’arb.
Alabastine Barreled SunligM
CABOT'S SHINGLE and STUCCO STAINS
GILL & MULHOLLAND
309 W. Forsyth St. Phone 5-1 199
• Quality
• Variety
• Service
• Low Prices
ON
HARDWARE — SPORTING GOODS
MARINE SUPPLIES — HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
THE S. B. HUBBARD CO.
32 - 44 West Bay Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MAIN STREET PHARMACY
B. W. SMITH, Prop.
WE DELIVER
1602 Main Street, Corner 4th Street
Phone 5-2189 Phone 5-2190
Season's Greetings To Our Jewish Friends
PHONE — 5-7800 — PHONE
Safety Cabs, Inr.
10c
“RIDE SAFELY WITH SAFETY”
Guy Marvin, Pres.
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CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Aug. 16—Sept. 13
Elul 1—29
Aug. 16
Wed.
1 Rosh Chodesh
17
Thurs.
2
18
Fri.
3 L. C.
19
Sat.
4 SHOFETIM
20
Sun.
5
21
Mon.
6
22
Tues.
7
23
Wed.
8
24
Thurs.
9
25
Fri.
10 L. C.
26
Sat'.
11 TETZE
27
Sun.
12
28
Mon.
13
29
Tues.
14
30
Wed.
15
31
Thurs.
16
Sept. 1
Fri.
17 L. C.
2
Sat'.
18 TAVO
3
Sun.
19
4
Mon.
20
5
Tues.
21
6
Wed.
22
7
Thurs.
23
8
Fri.
24 L. C.
9
Sat:.
25 NITZABIM
Cemetery Memorial Service 10
Sun.
26 SELICHOTH
11
Mon.
27
12
Tues.
28
13
Wed.
29 Eve of Rosh Hashonah 5700
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
RAINBOW GRILL
“Jacksonville's Rendezvous
GEORGE LAM BOS, Mgr.
TASTY FOODS
16 E. Forsyth Sts. Ph. 5-9347
TELEPHONE
5-3900
FOR ICE
Independent Ice Co.
“Service That Satisfies
Becker’s
Kosher Market and Delicatessen
Wholesale and Retail
MEATS
Kosher Food Products
3.0238 — PHONES — 3-0329
209 BROAD STREET
DUE TO THE CLOSING OF
THE TIN SHOP OF S. B. HUBBARD CO.
MR. S. S. KING
is now located with
SAYERS TIN SHOP
130 W. Bay St.
Phone 5-4471
A Vegetable Product For
Mayonnaise and All
Cooking Purposes
BEST WISHES FOR THE YEAR
TOM BOYD
Plumbing - Heating - Repairing
1616 WALNUT ST. PHONE 5-2773
DITVAL LAUNDRY
and
Zoric Dry Cleaners
HATS FACTORY REFINISHED
EXPERT DYEING
Phone 5-3 150
9th and Walnut Sts.
Season's Greetings
Jacksonville Bottle Supply Co.
SAM DATZ
GLASS CONTAINERS
Of All Descriptions
I 103 North Myrtle Avenue
Complete Landscape Service
DAVID SZONN NURSERY
Azaleas, Roses, Palms, and Other Shrubbery
Concrete Garden Furniture and Fish Pools
4260 HERSCHELL ST.
PHONE 2-1483
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Abernathy, N. L. 63
Aetna Life Insurance Co. 41
All-S'tate Pipe Supply Co. 28
Alpine Dairy 33
American Bakeries Co. 42
American Laundry .... 9
American Poultry 67
Amoco 8
Ansin Shoe Manufacturing Co 69
Armour & Company 69
Arpen, J. H., D'airy Farm 45
Ascutney Shoe Corp 34
Atkins, W. P. 19
Atlantic Ice & Coal Co. 1
Atlas Restaurant 69
Attwood’s 64
Bagaley Juvenile Theatre 63
Baker, John D 28
Balter, M 31
Barker & I) we lie, Inc. 34
Barnes, M. C 39
Barrett Food Products 67
Bartley Coffee Co 27
Becker’s Kosher Market 73
Begal’s Kosher Restaurant 25
Belote, W. Howard 34
Berney’s Restaurant 71
Blume, George C. 27
Bohon, R. L 25
Bo-Kay Perfume Co. 34
Bond-Ilowed Lumber Co.
Inside Back Cover
Bono Cleaners & Dyers 31
Bonacker, Holt & Acosta, Inc. 63
Booth, Lee 34
Boyd, James R., Jr. 61
Boyd, Tom 73
Brash-Sanderson 1
Brilliant Bros. Co 68
Brownett', Frank H 69
Brown, David, Shoe Co. 71
Bryant, Frank 32
Builders Products Co. 65
California Fur and Hat Woiks 63
Capitol Theatre 23
Chapman Realty Co. 68
Charley’s Bakery 28
Charlie’s Texaco Station 37
Chepenik and Sons 38
Churehwell, J. H., and Co 3
Churngold 82
Cloverdale Dairy 37
Collins, Clyde, Inc 79
Colonial Oil Co .« 83
Commander and Co. 65
Consolidated Tea Co., Inc 30
Cravey, W. H. 62
Criterion Barber Shop 19
Crosse & Blackwell Co., The 6
Curty and Oak 38
Cunningham, John A., and Co
Inside Back Cover
Dahl Wall Paper & Paint Co. 30
Daley, J. J. Co., Inc 55
E'avid Szonn Nursery 73
Daylight Markets 8
Delcher Bros Storage Co. 8
Dennis Printing Co. 50
Diamond, Abe 41
Dixie Awning Co 83
EVixie-Portland Flour Co 8
Dixie Disrtibuting Co. 17
Domestic Laundry 69
Doney, Joe 38
Dowling, Dr. Heywood 38
Drew and Co 74A
Duval Carpet & Linoleum Co. 44
Duval Laundry 73
Eagle Laundry 70
Economy Cab Company 3
Educator 2
Eelbeck 75
Eisner’s 55
Farris and Co 74A
Faulkner, N. A. & Co 71
Harry Finkelstein Co. 17
Federal Bake Shop 27
Fillingham Brothers 28
First & Main Package Store 7
Five Point Dry Cleaners 18
Fleming and Gerrits 64
Florida Funeral Home 84
Florida Fruit and Produce 67
Florida Ice & Coal 39
Florida Ice Machine Corp 71
Florida Pipe Supply Co 64
Foley Lumber Co 74A
Foremost Dairies, Inc. 37
Forest Pharmacy 17
Frances Marion S'hoppe, Inc. 55
Freel, S. A., Inc 81
French Novelty Shop 66
French Mirror Plate Glass Co. 72
Frederick V. Wienecke 82
Frieseke, Harry 70
Galinsky, Samuel 30
Gate City Linen Supply Co 66
Gill & Mulholland 72
G.ddstein, S. L
Goldstein, Julius & Sons
Good Luck
Golder, E. G. Co.
63
68
78
79
Gooding, Mack D. 47
Gordon, Bob 49
Great Southern Trucking Co. 75
Greene & Erskine Brokerage Co 50
Greene, Ray 39
Gregory, J. M. 69
Greig, James 34
Greyhound Cleaners 18
Griffin Electric Co. 55
Guipponi, P. 72
Hardage & Williams 21
Harry’s Men’s Shop 64
Haverty Furniture Co 41
Hedrick and Whitney Co. 17
Hildebrand V. & Sons 75
Himble, J. 0 31
Hindin, Harry 26
Hinson’s School of Dancing 33
Established 1920
INDEPENDENT DRUG CO.
205 WEST BAY STREET
"OUR POLICY - TO SAVE YOU MONEY"
Prescriptions Drugs Toiletries
WE DELIVER AT CUT PRICES
PHONE 5-0183 FOR PROMPT SERVICE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
NEW YORK STAR RAKERY
(Incorporated)
QUALITY BAKERS
SPECIALISTS IN RYE and PUMPERNICKLE
151 E. Eighth St. Telephone 5-6304
S. WEISS
A. WEISS
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Hobart Mfg. Go 29
Hopkins, A. C 26
Hollywood Studio 71
Hubbard, S'. B. Co 72
Hygenics Products Co. 27
Imeson, Thos. C. Insurance Co 65
.Independent Drug Co 74
Independent Ice Co. 73
Independent Laundry 26
Jax American, The 63
Jacksonville, City 76
Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 1
Jax-Maid Baking Co 6
Jacksonville Bottle Supply Co. 73
Jacksonville Gas Company 10
Jacksonville Ginter Box Co. 41
Jacksonville Marine Supply 29
Jacksonville Paper Co. 75
Jax Public Library 34
Jacksonville Steam Laundry 30
Jacksonville Tile Co. 82
Jenks Restaurant' 4
Johnson Lumber Supply Co 64
Jones, P. C. Lumber Co. 27
Jones, Fred G 19
Jones and Griffin 31
Joyner, Leroy 46
Keene Company ... 33
Kenny, C. D. & Co. 20
Knauer’s Hardware Co 20
Knight Bros. Paper Co 74B
Kosher Zion Sausage Co. 67
Kraft 81
Labry Brokerage Co. 27
Langer-Lippman Co. 69
Lapinsky, Jacob 45
[ddiXEctoilj oj- C^fdfJ£.%tii.ErLi.
Leak Printing Co. 44
Lindell’s Boot Shop 47
Lino Food Co. 32
Lipton’s Tea 49
Logan Coal & Ice Co. 3
Logan, Roy, Shoe Co. 20
Long, John A 25
Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. 80
Lovett’s Groceterias 47
Lucas Radiator Works 27
Lucielle Shop 27
Lumar’s 19
Lyons Dry Cleaners 49
Maine Lunch
Main Street Pharmacy
Mallard, J. B
Mallett, J. H
Maloney, Major
Manischevitz Matzoh Co
Marshall, R. C.
Marshall & Spencer Co
Mason Lumber Company
McCall Coai Co.
McCall, T. F., Jr
McCormick’s Tea
McGiffin Coal Co
Mcllhenny Company
Meischner, Roy
Meyerhoff, Mrs
Mendelson Printing Co.
Meredith, C. H
Merlin’s
Merrill, James C
Merritt Brown Co.
Meyer Fish & Produce Co. .
Mitchell, Lester W
Moed’s Transfer & Storage Co.
Monticello Drug Co
Motor Transit Co.
. 70
. 72
66
. 39
47
74B
. 33
. 34
. 64
. 5
. 61
78
64
80
25
. 32
82
27
31
61
R.R
71
20
17
32
65
Moyer Marble & Tile Co. 27
Mueller’s 36
N & L Auto Parts Co. 44
National Cash Register Co. 30
National Container Corp 65
National Grocery & Tobacco Co. 63
Nestle’s Beauty Shop 53
New Orleans Import Co., Inc. 79
New Way Poultry Co. 62
New York Bakery 74
New York Laundry
Inside Back Cover
Nobbs Insurance - 70
Nussbaum & Sons 22
Ostner, Wm. A. 65
Orange-Crush Co. 65
O’Steen, M. F. & Son - 23
Orkin Exterminating Co. 32
Oberdorfer, Max N 5
Painter’s Poultry 49
Palmer Appliance Co. 33
Paul’s Groceteria 72
Pearl Street Pharmacy 35
Penick-Ford Co. 50
People’s Pawn Shop 22
Pepsi-Cola 45
Perdue Office Furniture Co. 20
Perkins, Ross and Co 67
Permenter Auto Supply 65
Phillips and Son Dairy 8
Fillsbury’s 75
Pilot Shoe Co . 70
Pound, Joe 33
Powers, Frank D., Co 7
Price, Emory H. 66
Progress Furniture Co. 65
We Wish Our Jewish Friends A Happy New Year
Lithographers — Engravers — Stationers
Office Equipment and Supplies
Engineering and Art Supplies
22-50 W. Bay St. Phone 5-1500
COMPLIMENTS
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BEEF AND PORK PACKERS
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
SEASON’S GREETINGS
FOLEY LUMBER CO.
A
Complete Builders' Supplies
36+h and Main Sts. Phone 5-0647
COMPLIMENTS
of
HARRY HUMPHRIES
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE
Wheati es
Bisquick
Kix
Gold Medal Flour
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Pruitt Tire Co.
Purcell’s
Pyroal
i/^LZEctorij oj- c^fclvzrtLizxs.
32 Seashole Funeral Parlors
47 Inside Front Cover
79 Seminole Hotel 38
Quality Oil 2
Rainbow Grill
Rambach, E. & Co.
Redavat's, H. J.
Reddick, S. C.
Reily, B. Wim., Inc.
73
30
47
63
80
Reynolds, F. J. 79
Ridgell Furniture Co 32
Rieker’s Dairy 51
Ripley, Joseph 34
Ripley, Wayne E. 28
Rivers Lumber Co 74B
Riverside Ice Co 50
Robin’s Liquor Stores 1
Rokeach & Sons, Inc. 29
Rose Awning Shop 28
Rosser, Harwood Inc 27
Royal Crown Bottling 9
Rubin Bros. Footwear, Inc. 68
Rubin Iron Work, Inc. 29
Safer’s Kosher Market 26
Safety Cabs, Inc 72
Sam’s Liquor Stores 69
46
52
51
73
70
83
Sandwich Inn
Satchwell and Joseph
Sauer’s Vanilla and Spices
Sayers Tin Shop
Saxe Bros Co.
Schevitz, L and Co.
Setzer’s Stores 3
Seven-Up Bottling Co. 52
Seybold Baking Company 81
S'hapiro, A. 68
Sinclair Oil Company 3
Silver Dollar Bar 67
Simpson, Clude H 63
Simpson, Van B. Mattress Co. 54
Smith & Neil Co. 71
Snow’s Auto Laundry 28
Southern Dairies 29
Southern Pine Chemical Co 22
Southern Monument Co.
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Spanish Restaurant 66
Sparks Theatres 35
S'pottswood, Jack 30
Springfield Window Shade Co 28
St. John, A. H. 52
Suttles, N. 1). 19
Sweat, Rex 68
Swift & Co. 73
Samuel Taylor Co. 54
Szonn, David, Nursery 73
Table Supply Stores 41
Taylor, Samuel C. Co 54
Tetley Tea Co. 52
Thomas, Earl 19
Tillotson, Jack 27
Tire Mart 52
Toimberlin Distributing Co. 33
Thompson, E. H. Co 37
Tonissen, Dr. 38
Towers Hardware Co 66
Trubshaw, Harry I. 26
Tupper Coal Co. 20
Ulsch, P. M. (Pop) 52
Universal Manufacturing Co. 53
Upchurch, Dr. Noble A. 25
Vallie Barber Shop 54
Valz, Fred M 25
Vanity Shoppe 71
Virginia Paper Co 70
Vivian’s Reducing Salon 19
Wagner Beer & Ale 6
Walsh, Joseph H. Co 36
Walker’s Austex Chile Co 78
Washburn-Crosby Mills 74B
White’s Pure Honey 67
Wienecke, Frederick V 82
Wilkerson-Martin 52
Witten, Max 29
Windsor Hotel 33
Wrigley Art Engraving Co 77
Wolf’s Little Folk’s Shop 26
Ye Bon Ton Bakery 71
Young, Jack, Shoe Co 74B
Zoll, Walter 69
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
JACK YOUNG SHOE CO.
BOSTON, MASS
Ask Your Dealer For
dr it sail rr
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Manufactured by i&nigijt |PrO£>* CtK Jacksonville, Fla.
OUR SINCERE WISHES TO YOU FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
from
"THE HOME OF SERVICE AND QUALITY"
R. I RIVERS LUMBER COMPANY
LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS
Manufacturing Plant and Retail Yard — West Beaver and King Streets
R. J. RIVERS, JR.. President and Manager P. O. BOX 2261 TELEPHONE 5-4720
Seventy-four-B
Make If Your Dufy To Cooperate with Our Advertisers


EG LBECK
Pillsbury’s Family of Foods
Pillsbury Best, The Balanced Flour
The Freshest
Pillsbury Sno-Sheen Cake Flour
Pillsbury Baby Face Farina
MEAL and GRITS
Pillsbury Cake Flour
SOLD IN FLORIDA
Pillsbury Pancake Buckwheat Flour
Pillsbury Wheat Bran
Pillsbury Hominy Grits
IN SANITARY PACKAGES
Pillsbury White Corn Meal
Pillsbury Yellow Corn Meal
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
from the
GREAT SOUTHERN TRUCKING CO.
1961 CLARKSON ST. Jacksonville, Florida PHONE 5-4250
OUR SINCEREST WISH IS FOR A
BEST WISHES FROM
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
V. Hildebrand & Sons
From
Dinsmore, Florida
George G. Robinson
PRODUCERS OF
R. A. Fleming
M. 1. (Honey Boy) Clements
Grade A Raw and Pasteurized
L. U. Jones
MILK !
Representing
JACKSONVILLE PAPER CO.
Daily Deliveries To All Parts of the City
“A Dependable Paper House
PHONE DINSMORE 4
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Seventy-five


★ Better light will sell more goods. Eye appeal that attracts
buyers is possible only if merchandise is displayed so cus¬
tomers can see it. More light means more profit and mod¬
ern stores are quickly availing themselves of this new sales
tool. Light is a supreme medium for attracting attention
and for arousing interest. It is a flexible sales help that can
be worked into store fronts to attract customers into a store
by day and to advertise its location by night. It is adapt¬
able to the interior display of merchandise and can be
made a compelling sales force. Phone 5-0731 for complete
information regarding the New Inducement Lighting Rate
.. . effective October 1st.
Get a Free
Lighting Test
To know how efficient your
lighting is, let us send you a
lighting enqineer to make a
free test of your store and ex¬
plain the new rate. Sugges-
CIXY
o^Ueparimenl
tions will be made without
obligation.
Phone 5-0731
See Your Equipment Dealer or Electrical Contractor
KINDLY PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS


See
Us
For
Your
w
IE N GRAY INC WORE
We Can Offer You the Best in
* QUALITY
* PRICE
•SERVICE
We Make
ZINC ETCHINGS
ZINC HALFTONES
COPPER HALFTONES
AND COLOR PLATES
RIGLEy
17 SOUTH LAURA STREET
W
Phone 5-7903
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Make It Your Duty To Cooperate With Our Advertisers
Seventy-!


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KKOt
RawUn
You II quickly see why our guests praise this tea
which we serve at Ye Olde McCormick Tea
House. Rich, mellow, satisfying, its wonderful
flavor improves any meal. It s a favorite iced or
hot. Ask your grocer for:
McCORMICKS TEA
Pep
Up
Your
Meals
With
Government
Inspected
Quality
Walker’s Austex
Chile, Tamal es
and
MEXENE
Chile Powder
Good Housekeeping Approved
WALKER'S AUSTEX CHILE CO.
AUSTIN, TEXAS
Only ONE
DATED
Page Seventy-eight
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Serve
PENNY DRINKS
Makes One Quart Delicious Flavored Fruit Drinks
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CLYDE COLLINS, INC.
MEMPHIS, TENN.
If You Want —
Clean Healthy Gums
Use Pyroal as a Cleansing
Mouth Wash!
YOU will be delighted with the
lasting effects of a clean re-
Pyroal is a most pleasant—most
freshed feeling in your mouth-
effective deodorant. Let Pyroal
help you keep your mouth clean
and healthy.
Pyroal Is Most Economical
Ask your druggist for Pyroal today
PYROAL
ConIcei^trated
Pyroal Company
ATLANTA. GEORGIA
USE
REX and CREOLE PURE
GROUND SPICES
and
CREOLE BIRD SEED
IMPORTED AND PACKED ONLY
BY
New Orleans Import Co., Inc.
New Orleans, La.
F. J. REYNOLDS
JAX REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ABOVE PRODUCTS
It Gives Us Great Pleasure to Congratulate Our Friends and the Members of
5 the Jacksonville Jewish Center on Their 35th Anniversary
s>
IJ
IE. ©,. ©OLDER? CO.
I
"THE PIONEER FUEL OIL SERVICE OF JACKSONVILLE"
1
Established 1905
I
FUEL OIL FOR STOVES AND OIL BURNERS
I
j 2329 Boulevard Phone 5-0426
j Our Many Years of Service to the People of Jax Is Your Assurance of Prompt and Efficient Service
Your Whole-hearted Support of Our Advertisers Is Appreciated Dy tho Confer
Seventy-


SAY, PARTNER, WE
CERTAINLY DISAPPEAR
FAST AT MEALS...AND
IN-BETWEEN MEALS,TOo!
RIGHTO! ...THATS
BECAUSE WE HAVE AN UN
USUAL FLAVOR...DUE TO
THAT SECRET WHEAT¬
BLENDING PROCESS.1
S lightly
'jA.LT ED
ACKERS
THE THOUSAND WINDOW BAKERIES
luzianne/
COFFEE LI
lOO^Good
T-A-B-A-S-C-0
THE SAUCE SUPREME
MORNING- With your breakfast eggs. A few drops of Tobasco
make a good egg better.
NOON - Try Tabasco on your mashed potatoes — you’ll be
surprised at the new appetizing flavor.
NIGHT- To stimulate a lagging appetite, a drop or two of
Tabasco on buttered crackers or thin toast squares
is more zestful than a cocktail.
McILHENNY COMPANY
Avery Island, Louisiana
ASK YOUR GROCER
for
Use Just Halt As Much Luzianne to the Cup
ECONOMICAL TO USE
MORE HEALTHFUL FOR YOUR FAMILY
VALUABLE OCTAGON LUZIANNE COUPONS
A certficate worth 3 Octagon coupons is packed in each
pound can. Save coupons for valuable premiums. Your
religious and charitable organizations are probably col¬
lecting these coupons to be redeemed for cash.
YOUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Try a full pound of Luzianne — unless you find that
it lives up to every promise we make for it', unless,
in fact, you like it well enough to buy the second pound
your grocer will refund your money. You are the sole
judge.
WM. B. REILY & CO., Inc.
Importers of
COFFEES AND TEAS
New Orleans, La., U. S. A.
Sunshine Krispy Crackers are the crispest, flaki¬
est crackers on American dinner tables ... They m
bring you economy without sacrificing quality!
LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT COMPANY
IN THE BIG BLUE AND WHITE PACKAGE
Eighty
Show Your Appreciation to Our Advertisers By Giving Them Your Patronage.


*
1
¡ MIRACLE-WHIP
\ SALAD DRESSING
Fall ¡s the time to get
I back your old pep —
by eating lots of crisp,
succulent salads. Have
I a Salad every day.
Genuine
PHILADELPHIA
Cream Cheese
A Salad Topnotcher !
! GREETINGS FROM
I JAa efJt
¡ thing, in
¡ tauj-n!
i Southern
I MILK
Bread
SEYBOLD BAKING COMPANY
• NEW NUCOA !
• KEEBLER CRACKERS
!
• SHEFFORD'S CHEESES j
• BREAD & BUTTER PICKLES j
• HELLMANN'S ¡
MAYONNAISE
• GRASS' PURE EGG !
NOODLES
JACKSONVILLE
TAMPA MIAMI
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Eighty-one


Best Wishes For a Peaceful New Year
We Appreciate arid Solicit Jewish Business
CONTRACTORS and DEALERS in
TILE — TERRAZZO — MARBLE — RUBBER — ASPHALT FLOOR
JACKSONVILLE TILE CO
CARL V. CESERY. Pres.
Phone 5-5998
N. C. JENSEN, Sec. & Trees.
3 16 Riverside Ave.
WISHING OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAVE COUPONS FOR VALUABLE PREMIUMS
Best Wishes For a Happy and Prosperous New Year
To My Jewish Clients and Friends
FREDERICK V. WIENECKE
"Anything in Real Estate
u
407 Graham Bldg. 13 15 Hubbard St.
Phone 5-5014 Phone 5-8969-R
Attractive
SI
PHONE
5=4310
M. GHELERTER
T III M G
. . . adds to the sales
va lue 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.
Mendelson Printing Co.
756 WEST ADAMS
JACKSONVILLE
Compliments of
rtem
4*—”•
Eighty-two
MENTION THE YEAR BOOK WHEN PURCHASING FROM THESE ADVERTISERS


Best Wishes For A
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
INDEPENDENCE for the Independent and
I Thrifty Buyer and You Don't Have to Be a
Magician to Cut Your Operating Cost on Your
Motor Car.
HERE'S THE WAY TO DO IT!
USE
COLOlUt 76 GflSOLIflE
The Modern Super Octane (Anti-Knock)
PURE GASOLINE
No Lead or Other Artificial Substitutes
For Anti-Knock Rating
GUARANTEED FIRST GRADE
and
Above In Every Specification
Distributed by
The South's Largest Independent and
Home Owned Oil Company
COLONIAL OIL COMPANY
Terminals and Office—Commodores Point
Dealers:
“BUY AT HOME”
ABDULLAH SERVICE Union and Market
WATTS SERVICE 668 N. Myrtle Ave.
McWATERS SERVICE Lee and State
76 SERVICE 16th and Pearl
SMITH SERVICE Third and Florida Ave.
76 SERVICE Panama Park at Main
HUFF SERVICE (S. Jax) _____ ¡124 San Marco
| HUFF-SPEAKER SERVICE _ _ _ 1124 Kings Ave.
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
from the Manufacturers of
Pure Port Oxford Ceder
VENETIAN BLINDS
and
AWNINGS
QíkLz
Awning & Venetian Blind Company
J. W. Harrow, Manager
485 RIVERSIDE AVE.
PHONE 5-1549
HAPPY NEW YEAH
fro
IIL. SCHEVITZ CO).
205 BROAD ST.
4
Distributors for
PITTSBURG
Paints - Varnishes - Brushes
Wall-hide, Sun-Proof Paints
ORDERS DELIVERED
PHONE 5-2315
Your Whole-hearted Support of Our Advertisers Is Appreciated By tho Center.
Eighty-three


1
5-6625 -- Phones -- 5-6626
J. W. McEWEN
Personnel
A. W. RUUS
HENRY HERZENBERG
Our Sincere Wishes For
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
OCEAN AND MONROE STREETS
Eighty-four
Practice Your Loyalty to the Center By Cooperating with Our Advertisers


SOUTH'S FINEST CLEANERS
send us your
Suits, Dresses, Coats, Hats, Furs, Draperies, Rugs
Certified Cold Fur Storage
MEW YORK 1IL A UJ MDRY
MIRZA RUG CLEANING — ARROW ZORIC DRY CLEANING
Liberty and Forsyth Streets Phone 5-6115
FLORIDA'S OLDEST Home Owned Complete Home Furnishing
Store
invites your patronage
FURNITURE RUGS DRAPERIES
CHINA SILVERWARE RADIOS
AND GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION
Forsyth, Corner Broad
Phone 5-0382
]AX BORN
JAX OWNED
]AX MANAGED
WISHING OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Bond-Howell Lumber Co.
//
When Buying
LUMBER — BUILDING MATERIAL — PAINT
HARDWARE — SASH and DOORS
Think of Your Friends
Office and Plant
600 East 8th Street
Phones 5-3488—5-3489—5-3490
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


MONUMENTS
RO Si; NO ARTEN
Granite
Marble
4500 Main Stree
OUR WORKMANSHIP IS UNSURPASSED
• . - •
Phone 5-8429
OUR PRICES REASONABLE
...
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‘‘We ara pleased:to recommend thojwprk of the Southern .Monument Company to the members of the Jacksonville
fewish Centerâ–  Mr. Charles Speer, president, has cooperated at all times with the Cemetery Committee by erecting
only monuments of the finest workmanship and which conform to our regulations.’
— MAX RUBIN, Chin., Cemetery Comm. j
m. ■. ’ f-- -
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
To Perpetuate the Memory of Your Loved Ones


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JACKSONVILLE JEWISH CENTER YEARBOOK
1938/39




YEAR BOOK
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dependable, living up to the rigid ethical code of his profession?
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tabic of Contents 9
Dedication lOA
Year Book Staff lOB
High Holiday Schedule 1 I
President’s Message 12
Rabbi’s Message' 13
Honorary Presidents 14
In Retrospect 14
Officers of the Jacksonville Jewish Center 15
Board of Directors of the Center — 16
Jacksonville Jewish Center Cemetery Committee 17
Hebrew School Staff - 18
Sunday School Staff 19
Center Glee Club — - — 20
Jewish Center Committees 21
Sexton—Rev. J. Robin 21
Assistant Cantor—Rev. B. Safer 22
Jacksonville Jewish Center Membership 22
Talmudical Circle—Rev. G. Finn 23
Daughters of Israel - 24
Officers and Committees of the Daughters of Israel 25
Daughters of Israel Membership 26
Jewish Men’s Club 28
Jewish Men’s Club Membership 29
Girl Scout Troop No. 2 30
Boy Scout Troop No. 14 31
Junior Congregation 32
Jewish Welfare Society 33
Young Judean Council 34
Young Judean Clubs 35
Jewish Progressive Society 36
Jewish Progressive Society Membership 37
Jewish Community Council 38
Jewish Community Council Donors’ List 39
Confirmation Class 40
Bar Mitzvahs 40
Necrology 1937-38 41
Births, 1937-38 42
Outstanding Center Events, 1937-38 42
Marriages, 1937-38 — 43
B’nai B’rith 44
B nai B’rith Membership 45
A. Z. A. Fraternity 46
F. T. E. Club 47
Senior Hadassah 48
Senior Hadassah Membership 49
Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged 51
L. H. S. A. Officers 52
L. H. S. A. Membership 53
Junior Hadassah 54
IPushaloter Ladies Aid Society 55
New Year’s Greetings 56
Hebrew-English Calendar - 62
Directory of Advertisers — 74
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MAX ROSE
To Max Rose, a loyal and trusted friend, an in¬
defatigable worker and resourceful leader, the Jack¬
sonville Jewish Center dedicates this, its 55th annual
Year Book and Directory, as a small token of appre¬
ciation.
Mr. Rose h as occupied the position of Treasurer
of the Jacksonville Jewish Center for the past six years,
but the responsibilities he has assumed are far greater
than those that usually go with such an office. It may
be said, without exaggeration, that the financial sta¬
bility of our institution has been assured in a large
measure through Mr. Rose’s painstaking work.
The Center is Mr. Rose’s second home. It re¬
ceives as much attention as his home and his business.
There is hardly a day in which he does not spend
some time at the Center and he is in constant tele¬
phone communication with the Center office.
His interest is not only financial. He is vitally
concerned about the educational and religious work
of the institution, always insisting on the most pro¬
gressive measures for the advancement ol our organi¬
zation.
He possesses a quiet dignity, both as a man and
as a Jew, and applies himself with determined zeal
to carry out any project which he undertakes. He
seeks no honors or advancements in office, and is
content to follow the admonition of our Rabbis, S char
mitzvah—milzvah,” "The reward ol a good deed is the
good deed.”
Mr. Rose is still a young man, 47 years ol age.
Since his arrival in Jacksonville at the age of 20 he
look an interest in the Jewish community, but it was
only with the building of the Center, 10 years ago,
that he became actively engaged in communal work.
Today he renders an invaluable service to the Com¬
munity and has become an integral part of our in¬
stitution. We are happy that he is one of us. I lie
example of his personality and character should in¬
spire others to Jewish service. May God grant him
and his family a New Year of good health, prosperity
and happiness. Amen.
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DAVID MOSCOVITZ
This, of course, will require additional expen¬
ditures and greater effort on the part of our Board
of Directors and membership at large. The most ef¬
fective way to help our institution is to strengthen
its foundation by increasing its membership. It should
be the duty of every member of our organization to
encourage and urge unaffiliated Jews to become mem¬
bers of the Center. I am confident that we shall
receive the full cooperation of all members and friends
and that we shall be able to carry out our plans
which we hope will contribute to the intellectual and
spiritual development of our local Jewish Community.
In conclusion I wish to thank all our advertisers
whose cooperation made possible this book, and I
urge the members of the Jacksonville Jewish Center
to show their appreciation to these merchants and
friends by patronizing those who have placed their
advertisements in this publication.
To all our members, friends and advertisers I
extend the greetings of the season. May the Almighty
God inscribe us all in the book of life, happiness
and prosperity'.
At ihe close of the year 5698 my heart is filled
with gratitude for the opportunity I was given to
serve the Jewish Community in the capacity of presi¬
dent of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. I am grateful
to the membership at large for the cooperation which
I received in carrying out my duties. The harmony
that has prevailed between the two local Jewish
congregations has also been a source of great satis¬
faction. Special thanks are due to the Financial
Committee, headed by Mr. Benjamin Baker, chair¬
man and Mr. Max Rose, treasurer, through whose
ardent devotion and loyalty the Center’s financal
structure has remained sound in spite of the economic
recession.
Many important tasks, however, still lie before
us. At a time when our people is attacked on all
sides we need the strength and inspiration that comes
from our spiritual heritage. We must intensify and
expand our educational facilities for both young and
old. To make this possible we have decided to
engage an additional teacher so that we may be
able better to carry out our plans in the field of
education.
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As we contemplate the passing of the year 5698,
we cannot help but sigh with relief that this year will
soon come to an end. Those who frequently write
Hebrew usually tried during the past year to change
the position of the letters which spell the numerical
value of the Hebrew year, “Tirtzoch,” a word meaning
the opposite of Lo Tirtzoch, the sixth command¬
ment. Ye shall not murder. Every time 1 looked
at the Hebrew calendar, or wrote the Hebrew date,
I felt the evil spell of this word. Indeed the frightful
toll in human lives this year exacted in China and
Spain, the terrible catastrophe that has come over
Austrian Jews, the increased terror in the Holy Land,
the dark clouds that have settled over Italian Jewry
and that are threatening the Jews of Czechoslovakia,
lent the Hebrew name of the past year a mystic, omi¬
nous quality, as if it were a curse uttered by an evil
prophet.
Fervently we utter the traditional prayer " I ichle
Shanah Vekilelotheha—tochel Shanah Uvricholhehas”
'May the old year and its curses end, and may the
New Year and its blessings begin.”
What the New Year has in store for us, is known
only to God. Miracles may happen. Our sages, how¬
ever, teach us that we must not rely upon miracles.
We must cast our hope upon God, but we must not
resign ourselves to inactivity. Our duties to our fel¬
low Jews and to ourselves are definite and clear.
“Pidyon shvuyim.” 'Redemption of the captives,” and
“Binyan Haaretz, ’ “Rebuilding of the Holy Land ,
are the two main tasks. For these we may he called
upon to make considerable sacrifices. I am confident
that the Jews of Jacksonville will do their share. 1
am proud that Jacksonville Jewry has received national
recognition for the splendid results achieved in last
year’s campaign for the Community Counci I Welfare
Fund. Our example has stimulated neighboring cities
and inspired them lo greater charitable efforts.
Let us determine during the coming year to share
the blessings which are ours in this land ol democracy
and freedom, with our less fortunate brothers who will
need our help.
Let us pray for the speedy redemption of our
persecuted and suffering brothers and for the deliver¬
ance of all men from the bondage of tyrants and dic¬
tators. Amen.
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Harry Finkelstoin
Max Rubin
During the past year the Jacksonville Jewish Center
carried on all its usual activities, Religious, Educational,
Social and Charitable and also introduced a number
of new activities which gained the wholehearted approval
of our membership and which have contributed to the
progress of our institution.
Education
The growth of our Hebrew School during the past
year has made it mandatory that we increase our teach'
ing staff. With the reopening of school on Sept. 1,
an additional teacher, Mr. J. S. Gallinger, recently of
Germany, was engaged. Our Sunday School reached a
new high with an enrollment of 197 pupils. There is
every reason to believe that a child going through the
full course of nine years, now offered by our school,
should have a thorough knowledge of Jewish history,
customs and ceremonies.
Religious Services
Services were conducted in the Synagogue and
auditorium on the High Holy Days as well as on
Sabbaths and Festivals. The Junior congregation held
separate services in the Prayer Room. Daily services
were held each morning and evening throughout the
year. The late Friday night services enjoyed a successful
season. Practically every organization meeting in the
Center sponsored a Sabbath service devoted to its ideals.
Clubs and Organizations
The outstanding event in this field was the for'
mation of the Jewish Men’s Club through the efforts
of Rabbi Margolis. The notable start which this new
group has made last year augers well for a glorious
future for this organization. The Center sponsored a
Boy Scout Troop, a Girl Scout Troop and four Young
Judean Groups.
Jewish Center Bulletin
A popular new feature in the life of the Center
was the Jewish Center Bulletin, published every other
Friday in order to keep our members posted on the
many religious, social and cultural events. The bulletin
included comments on local problems, personals and
school news. Immediately after the Holidays the pub'
lication will be resumed.
Jewish Center Radio Program
Beginning Jan. 2, 1938, Rabbi Margolis inaugurated
the Jewish Center Radio program which was broadcast
regularly every other Sunday, at 12:15 over Radio
Station WJAX. This program featured brief talks on
the Jewish Festival and Holidays, explanations of Jew-
ish customes, and comments on Current Events. Though
addressed to the Jewish Community these programs have
gained a large Gentile audience. It is the opinion of
many that these programs have helped to bring about
a better understanding of the Jew, his religion and as-
pirations and have helped further the cause of good
will between Jew and Gentile.
Music
During the past year the Center also sponsored
classes in Piano under the direction of the W. P. A.
Music Department. 14 children received instruction.
They were presented in a Piano Recital towards the end
of the year. The W. P. A. also aided in the formation
of the Center Glee Club.
Charity
In addition to the usual charitable activities, the
Center conducted a campaign during the High Holy
Days for two outstanding worthy causes. The sum
of $2,000.00 was raited for a room in the Hospital
of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society in Denver,
Colo, dedicated to the late Goldie Rubin, of blessed
memory, and the sum of $400.00 was raised for the
J. N. F., the the redemption of the Huleh district in
northern Palestine. The Center may well be proud of
its charitable record during the year 5698. This record
is indicative of our high sense of duty and of an awakened
Jewish consciousness on the part of our membership.
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Center, which was erected in 1927 under the leader¬
ship of Rabbi Samuel Benjamin and Mr. Harry Fin-
kelstein, its first president, not only houses the activities
and institutions directly sponsored by the organization
but has played a major role in the existence and
development of practically every Jewish group in the
community.
The Jacksonville Jewish Center includes a Syna¬
gogue, maintains the only Hebrew School in this
vicinity of the state in addition to its Sunday School,
provides the Jewish community with a spacious Au¬
ditorium supports a Daily Minyon where services
are held twice each day, and directly sponsors such
Clubs and groups as Boy and Girl Seoul Troops,
Young Judean Clubs, a Junior Congregation, and
others. In addition, the Center has always aided and
cooperated, in any way that it could, with every
other Jewish organization in Jacksonville.
The Jacksonville Jewish Center is affil iated with
the United Synagogues of America and conducts its
Saturday and holiday services according to the Con¬
servative system of prayer, using the traditional prayer
book, but supplementing the Hebrew versions with
English prayers, congregational singing, and sermons
delivered in English, and also allowing mixed pews.
However, on the High Holidays an overflow service
is held in the Auditorium, with the men and women
separated according to orthodox requirements. The
Center usually calls its spiritual leaders from among
the graduates of The Jewish J heological Seminary
of America.
The building housing the activities ol the or¬
ganization is a three-story structure on the corner ol
Silver and West Third Streets facing South and
being directly opposite the beautiful Springfield Park.
The building contains three chief sections: the Au¬
ditorium located on the ground Iloor, the Synagogue
on the second floor, and the rear section ol the build¬
ing, which contains class rooms, meeting rooms, the
Rabbi’s study, a daily prayer room (Beth Hamidrash),
and a library.
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The Jacksonville Jewish Center Committee, which consists of eight men
elected for life, supervises the management of the cemetery grounds and in addi¬
tion, directs all burials. The chairman of the committee, Mr. Max Rubin, wishes
the members to understand that in time of emergency, they may communicate
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The work of this committee for the past three years is well-known to the
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"l lie Jacksonville Jewish Center maintains both
a modern, well-equipped Talmud Torah, which ranks
with the finest in the Southeast, and a Sunday School,
which last year boasted a total enrollment of over 197.
The curriculum of the Talmud Torah provides for
a complete six-year course which gives its pupils a
thorough training in reading and writing of modern
Hebrew, and the Hebrew Bible, thus preparing them
to participate intelligently in the traditional religious
services, and imbuing them with loyalty to the aspira¬
tions and ideals of the Jewish people, and to Palestine
as the symbol of the regeneration of our race and its
culture.
T he number of children attending the 1 almud
Torah last year was about 88, being divided into six
classes: a beginner’s class for young children between
the ages of 6 and 8 years; a beginner’s class for chil¬
dren between 8 and 10 years; one elementary Hebrew
class; one advanced Hebrew class; one Chumosh
class and a Bar Mitzvah class. The Center furnished
free tuition to 40 per cent of the children last year
because of the inability of their parents to pay. Trans¬
portation was provided those of the students residing
in the Riverside section.
The curriculum of the Sunday School provides
for an intensive nine-year course in Jewish history,
customs and ceremonies, beginning with the kinder¬
garten class and terminating with the Post Confirma¬
tion Class. It must be stressed, however, that Sunday
School at its best, offers the Jewish child a very inade¬
quate preparation for active and intelligent participa¬
tion in Jewish life and for an understanding of its
heritage. Since it is at most only effective as a sup¬
plement to the Hebrew School education, members of
the upper grades who could not read Hebrew were
last year made to attend special classes to acquire a
reading knowledge of the Hebrew Prayer Book.
During the year the children of both the Hebrew
and Sunday Schools sponsored many interesting
events on the occasions of the major and minor festi¬
vals. The Chanukah entertainment and the Purim
Carnival were notable successes. The Simchas Torah
celebration was also a memorable event. Numerous
special programs were presented by the Sunday School
during the assembly periods on Chamisho Osor
B Shevat, Lag B’Omer and patriotic occasions.
Through their charity fund the children contributed to
local and national philanthropic organizations.
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The Center Glee Club was organized on January 20th by Rabbi Morris
D. Margoiis with the Center Men’s Choir as the nucleus. The Music De¬
partment of the local WPA loaned the services of Miss Elizabeth D. Jones,
an experienced musician, to teach the Glee Club. A number of Yiddish
Folk Songs and Palestinian Hebrew melodies were studied. The main pro¬
blem of the c'.ub was the lack of a sufficient number of female voices.
The Glee Club presented a beautiful program at the Confirmation ser¬
vice and sang two appropriate selections at the Community Memorial Service
on feptember 18th. Members of the club appeared from time to time as
soloists on the Jewish Center Radio Program. Plans are being made for
the reorganization of the Glee Club during the fall term. A concert of
Hebrew and Jewish folk songs will be presented towards the end of the season.
Miss Raila Fink gave valuable service as piano accompianist.
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ATHLETIC COMMITTEE
Isadore Moscovitz, Chairman
William S'ilverman
Moc B. Safer
EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE
Joseph Hackel, Chairman
Jack Becker
David Harris
J. Lapinsky
FINANCIAL COMMITTEE
Benjamin Baker, Chairman
Harry Finkelstein
M. Wolf son
M. Mirkis
S. D. Kramer
HOUSE COMMITTEE
Max Rubin, Chairman
S. Selber
Max Rose
ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE
I. M. Lieberman, Chairman
William Silverman Oscar Magezis
Fred Soforenko Moe B. Safer
BOY SCOUT COMMITTEE
Joseph S. Wilensky, Chairman
Dr. Sam Witten Abe Diamond
Hyman Selber
Dr. Henry Mark
S. Selber
Joseph Wilensky
Max Mirkis
David Moscovitz
David Harris
W. Silverman
IT. Selber
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MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
J. Hackel
Max Mirkis
B. Berk
Moe B. Safer
S. D. Kramer
Hyman Selber, Chairman
I. M. Lieberman
David Harris
Max Rubin
Dr. Sam Witten
William Silverman
H. Heyman
Max Rose
Oscar Magezis
Isadore Moscovitz
Philip Bork
Fred Soforenko
SOCIAL AND AMERICANIZATION COMMITTEE
Moe B. Safer, Chairman
Joseph Wilensky Dr. Henry Mark Dr. S'am Witten
Max Rubin Isadore Moscovitz Philip Bork
J. Lapinsky
I. M. Lieberman
B. Baker
VISITING COMMITTEE
Oscar Magezis, Chairman
H. Heyman Fred Soforenko
H. Kline B. Berk
RELIGIOUS AND KASHRUTH COMMITTEE
S. Selber, Chairman
Jacob Lapinsky H. Kline
Oscar Magezis Jack Becker
REV. JOSEPH ROBIN
This fall will mark the completion
of the seventh year that Rev. Joseph
Robin has filled the position of Sex¬
ton of the Jacksonville Jewish Center,
during which time he has become an
integral part of the organization.
Rev. Robin directly supervises the
Daily Minyon, and is responsible for
the exceptionally large attendances
that have been experienced during the
past year. The correct record of He¬
brew dates for the observance of the
Yahrzeit for deceased relatives, which
is maintained by the Center for its
members and friends, is in charge of
Rev. Robin. Those who desire to be
notified by card or phone of the ap¬
proaching Yahrzeit date, can have
this done by communicating directly
with him.
During the time that he has held
this position with the Center, he has
prepared all of the Bar Mitzvah stu¬
dents for the traditional Confirmation
service, lending his time unsparingly
to these young people on their entry
into the folds of our people. In ad¬
dition there are a number of other
odd tasks which he performs, such as
officiating on the High Holidays, and
the recitation of Memorial Prayers,
both in the Synagogue and at the
Cemetery.
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During the past year we were
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organization one of the most revered
Jews in our community, Rev. B.
Safer, who relumed to Jacksonville
after an absence of 3 years. Rev.
Safer has catered to the religious
needs of the Jewish community for
over 33 years and we are glad to
avail ourselves of his services again.
Rev. Safer chants the services on
many Sabbaths during the year,
reads the Torah and officiates on
the High Holy Days at the services
in the Center auditorium. He also
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and Ethics of the Fathers, on Sab¬
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and also on Sundays in the winter
m onths. Rev. G. Finn is the in¬
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traditional Siyum. During the
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MRS. BEN CHEPENIK
President
(The following article appeared in the special all
city Women’s Clubs edition of the Times-Union, sponsored
by the Women’s Club. Its contents give an excellent
resume of the history and activity of the organizations.)
The Daughters of Israel, serves in the capacity
of a sisterhood to the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Meet¬
ings are held the first Wednesday of each month.
From its inception the organization has devoted
its energies to the greatest ideal of the Jewish people
—that of religious education.
Throughout the long history of our people we
have been able to maintain our faith, customs, cere¬
monies and traditions, and keep alive the Hebrew
tongue, because of the great sacrifices mothers in Israel
have made in behalf of the Jewish education of their
children. The Daughters of Israel are continuing this
tradition.
I he organization maintains a daily Hebrew school
where 100 children receive instruction in ancient and
modern Hebrew and study the Bible in the original
longue. I he Daughters of Israel also maintains a
Sunday School which numbers over 200 students, di¬
vided into ten classes. 1 he curriculum provides for
a thorough study of Jewish history, covering a period
of nearly 4.000 years and also the principles of the
Jewish faith.
Members of the Daughters of Israel assist pupils
of the school in the religious celebration and other
festivities which are held by the children during the
year. At the end of each school year the organization
presents gilts to the confirmation class and prizes
to outstanding pupils.
Decoration of the Center Synagogue and main¬
tenance of the Center grounds are also taken care of
by the Daughters of Israel. To finance this work
the organization sponsors a number of fund raising
activities, outstanding among which are! The Thanks¬
giving Dance, New Year’s Dinner Dance, and the
Cabaret. 1 he Daughters of Israel also contribute to
various national and local charities.
The history of the Daughters of Israel is linked
with the very beginning of Jewish organizational work
in this city 25 years ago. In 1915 the Jewish com¬
munity was addressed by several distinguished visi¬
tors, including the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Strauss,
the late Arthur Brisbane and Madame Bella Pevzner.
As a result of these visits the Jewish women of Jack¬
sonville formed that year an organization for the pur¬
pose of carrying on educational, charitable and Zionist
activities under the name of Hadassah, which a year
later was changed to a sub-chapter of Hadahhah. Mrs.
Max Rubin was the first president.
Under this name the organization functioned
until 1922, when, with the growth of the Jewish
community, it became necessary to divide the work.
Out of its ranks came three women’s organizations •
The Daughters of Israel, organized by Rabbi I. Press
as a sisterhood of the Old B nai Israel Synagogue and
devoted chiefly to the maintenance of a Hebrew
School; the Hadassah, which became the women’s
Zionist organization, and the Ladies Hebrew Shelter¬
ing Aid Society which carried on charitable work
among indigent Jews in the Community.
The Daughters of Israel met in the old Y. M. H.
A. Building under the guidance of Mrs. Harry Finkel-
stein, first president and engaged in an extensive pro¬
gram of educational and religious work. It was also
a strong factor in the movement to build the Jackson¬
ville Jewish Center, the corner stone of which was
laid in 1927.
In 1928 when the Jacksonville Jewish Center was
dedicated, the Daughters of Israel became the Center
sisterhood. The organization grew in membership and
ramified its activities and became an important force
in the life of the Jewish community. Among its 200
members there are many who are graduates of the
Center Hebrew School and Sunday School. Mem¬
bers of the organization are imbued with a fine spirit
of Americanism and loyalty to the Jewish faith. Many
of them are active workers in behalf of Zionism and
chairity. Among the past presidents of the Daughters
of Israel are: Mrs. Max Rubin, Mrs. Harry Finkel-
stein, Mrs. Florence Bono, Mrs. L. D. Joel, Mrs. A.
Sager and Mrs. J. Hackel.
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Mrs. David Rothslein
Mrs. Florence Bono
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
3rd Vice President
Financial Secretary
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Recording Secretary
Treasurer
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Religious Chairmen—Mrs. Marx Baker and Mrs. H. Weiss
Membership Chairmen—Mrs. Sam Gamce, Mrs. M. Ghelerler and Mrs.
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Sunshine Chairman—Mrs. Nathan Newman
Flower Chairman—Mrs. P. Haimowitz
Flower Distribution Chairman—Miss Ethel Joel
Cultural Chairmen—Mrs. M. D. Margolis and Mrs. J. Landau
Social Hour Chairman—Mrs. Bennie Baker
Publicity Chairmen—Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz and Mrs. Louis Moscovitz
Grounds Chairman—Mrs. Max Mirkis
Telephone Chairmen—Mrs. A. E. Selber and Mrs. H. Setzer
Catering Chairman—Miss Ethel Joel
Blouse Chairmen—Mrs. O. Margol and Mrs. C. Levin
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S. Kass
H. Broida
OFFICERS
President Nat Shorstein
Vice-President Harry Sachs
Secretary Sidney Kass
Treasurer Harry Broida
The Jewish Men’s Club was organized on November 16, 1937, at a meeting
of representative Jewish young men called by RabbJ Morris D. Margolis. After
outlining the purposes of the proposed organization and pointing out the need
for such a group, a temporary committee was formed to draft a constitution
consisting of Nat Shorstein, chairman, Jack Silverman, Max Eskin, Hyman
Selber, Ralph Mizrahi, M. B. Wilson, M. Nimovitz and Sam Gartner.
The organization which numbered twenty-five at its second meeting grew
rapidly in membership ■—• it now numbers about 100 men.
The purpose of the organization is to sponsor cultural, social and ath¬
letic activities for the benefit of its members and the community at large.
The club conducted a number of interesting meetings and sponsored a num¬
ber of speakers. The outstanding cultural event was a debate on the topic
“Resolved that the Jewish people accept the plan of the British Royal Commis¬
sion to Partition Palestine.” Harry Sachs and Harry Gendzier, representing
the Jewish Progressive Society upheld the affirmative and the negative was
defended by Leon Shapiro and Harry Broida representing the Jewish Men’s
Club.
The outstanding social event was a dance held in the auditorium of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center on June 7, which proved to be a most enjoyable
affair.
The Men’s Club sponsored a Friday night service in conjunction with the
Jewish Progressive Society and participated in the Welfare Fund Campaign
of the Jacksonville Jewish Community Council.
An interesting program is being prepared for the fall season. Every
Jewish young man is invited to join the organization. Meetings are held
the third Tuesday of each month in the auditorium of the Jewish Center.
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With the assumption of the leadership of the troop by Mrs. H. Silberstein,
Troop 2, Center Girl Scout troop began its climb back to prominence by
showing steady development in all phases of troop work.
All members of the troop passed their Tenderfoot Tests and are well
on their way to becoming second class Scouts. All uniform patrols of the
troop were reorganized under the leadership of Mrs. Silberstein and with the
assistance of Mrs. N. V. Gross. Several hikes were participated in by the
girls, with an entire day being spent at the Girl Scout camp.
The Scouts sponsored Friday evening services on February 25th, having
the pleasure of listening to Miss Frances Gregory, Girl Scout director of
Jacksonville, speak on “The Value of Scouting.”
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Abramovitz, Bernice
Levy, Victoria
Aronovitz, Madeline
Magezis, Martha
Carasik, Charlotte
Magezis, S’hirley
Flauman, Jennie
Margol, Belle
Flauman, Marie
Pinzer, Mildred
Friedman, Anita
Rose, Charlotte
Greenbaum, Lillie
S'tein, Norma
Hammerman, Annette
Setzer, Bessie
Hasburg, Frances
Setzer, Leah
Heyman, Sonya
Speigler, Myra
Haber, Pearl
Speigler, Margie
Haber, Sylvia
Speigler, Helen
Hollinger, Hilda
Spiwak, Ruth
Kasover, Bernice
Wolfson, Florence
Leibovitz, Sylvia
Weiss, Beatrice
Tritt, Millicent
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and PORTRAITS
107 West Forsyth Street Telephone 5-2374
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of the better kind
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Phone 5-5519 323 Laura St.
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LEO MICHELSON
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OFFICERS
Leo Michelson, Scoutmaster Robert Lasris, Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster
Melvin Margol, Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster Henry Lasris, Scribe
Under the efficient and inspiring leadership of their new scoutmaster,
Leo Michelson, Troop 14, Center Boy Scout troop staged a decided comeback
and seems destined for greater achievements during the coming year.
The past year marked the first time in over six years that the troop has
participated in the city-wide inspection, placing sixth in spite of their in¬
experience and unpreparedness. An exhibit was entered in the County Fair,
which gave them honorable mention. A number of hikes were staged during
the year and general advancement among the individual scouts was more in
evidence than at any time during the past two years.
The troop sponsored Friday night services during National Boy Scout
Week, and was tendered a banquet' later in the year, at which time its scout¬
master was presented with a full uniform.
The troop continued to excel in athletic prowess, winding up its fourth
consecutive undefeated season in basketball competition, and going to the finals
in tag football competition, only to lose to Troop 19 after winning the Spring-
field League honors in that sport. The troop ended up in second place in
the diamondball competition.
The local A. Z. A. chapter proved of great help to the troop, awarding
two medals to the outstanding scouts of the troop, Howard Margol, being
adjudged the outstanding boy in the troop and Harold Levin honored for ad¬
vancing the most.
MEMBERS
Hilbert Margol, P. L.
Howard Margol, P. L.
Max Berman, P. L.,
Harold Levin, Asst. P. L.
Wilbur Margol, Asst. P. L.
Harvey Freedman, Asst. P. L.
Raymond Cohen, Quartermaster
Irvin Slott, Librarian
Louis Safer
Donald Lei .man
Paul Samson
Leonard Silver
S'am Silberstein
Jack Snider
Myron Samson
Benny Hoffenberg
Alvin Leitman
Sam Berman
William Rose
Robert Talisman
Joe Talpalar
A1 Fine
Martin Weiss
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MERCHANDISE BROKER
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OFFICERS
Abraham Fink . .. Fresident
Annette Hammerman Vice-President
Sonya Heyman .'. .-. '.... Secretary
Martin Weiss Shamus
Wilbur Margol Cantor
Sylvia Lebovitz Page Announcer
The Junior Congregation has established itself as a valuable institution
in the fulfillment of the religious and educational phases of the Center pro¬
gram, as is evidenced by its work during the past year. The .Junior con¬
gregation, which was organized four years ago by Mrs. M. D. Margolis, holds
services every Saturday morning under the supervision of a member of the
Hebrew School faculty. Last year Mr. Morris Nimovitz was in charge.
A service consisting of English and Hebrew readings has been arranged
with emphasis on the important parts of the Sabbath morning ritual and con¬
gregational singing. A section of the weekly portion of the law is read by
three children from the English Bible, which is supplemented by a story told
by the instructor in charge.
There are approximately forty children who regularly attend the services
and on holidays there is a much larger attendance. When there is a Bar
Mitzvah ceremony in the adult' congregation, the juniors adjourn to the main
synagogue for the rites and the Musaf service. During Passover, services
were held on the first and last two days and this year the children are again
being prepared to conduct their own services during Rosh Hashonah and Yom
Kippur.
On the occasion of certain holidays, the juniors are tendered receptions
by the mothers. Officers are elected every six months.
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^WeL^clzz. ¿SocLzéij
OFFICERS
David Davis President
Morton R. Hirschberg First Vice-President
I. M. Lieberman Second Vice-President
A. H. Rothstein Third Vice President
Mrs. Estelle G. Stern Executive Secretary
Joseph M. Glickstein Treasurer
The Jewish Welfare Society, an agency of the Jacksonville Community
Chest, will complete its 20th year of charitable work on January 1st, 1939.
During the past year the Jewish Welfare Society rendered a wide constructive
service to the needy Jewish people in the community and to stranded and
sick strangers.
During the past year 379 cases were handled. Problems dealt with
included unemployment, illness, old age, insufficient income, mental cases,
dependent children, transportation and need for medical, dental and optical
treatment. The society provided 410 meals, 261 lodgings, material relief to
21 families, 10 transportations to legal residence, milk daily to 10 children
and four adults, clothing for 96 persons, cash assistance to 11, nursing home
care for three, employment for seven and medical service for 45.
The following standing and special committees served efficiently during
the year: Employment Committee, Mr. I. M. Lieberman, Chairman; Social
Welfare Volunteer, Mrs. Albert Sommer, Chairman; Big Brother and Sister,
Mrs. M. D. Margolis, Chairman; and Special Community Chest, Rabbi I. L.
Kaplan, Chairman.
The Jewish Welfare Society takes this opportunity to wish all its mem¬
bers and friends a very happy New Year and to thank the Officers, Board
Members, professional men, merchants, organizations, institutions and indi¬
viduals who made it possible to carry on successfully the work of the organi¬
zation. Special appreciation is given the Ladies Sheltering and Aid Society
for their splendid co-operation.
HONORARY MEMBERS
Rabbi and Mrs. M. D’. Margolis Rabbi and Mrs. I. L. Kaplan
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brown
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bucholtz
Halle Cohen
Mrs. Neal Finkelstein
Mrs. N. Max
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Moscovitz
Mrs. Julius Hirschberg
Mr. and Mrs. S'. S. Jacobs
Miss Cassie Joel
Mr. and Mrs. L. Klepper
Miss Rose Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Max Moss
Isaac Peiser
Mrs. Albert Sommer
Mrs. L. Schevitz
Miss Rae Halle
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Weil
Dr. D. B. Tom
Dr. Sam Witten
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs
Max Mirkis
Nathan Newman
Dr. J. V. Safer
Dr. Aaron Oberdorfer
Mrs. L. Huff
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S'oforenko
Dr. Ben Manhoff
Moe B. Safer
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kipnis
Mr. and Mrs. David Harris
Max Rubin
Season's Greetings
THE KEENE CO.
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Electric Ranges — Gas Ranges
Refrigerators — Water Heaters
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PHONE 2-9136
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Happy New Year
Robert C. Marshall
Tomberlin Distributing
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and WHOLESALE CANDIES
210 W. 8th ST. PHONE 5-3855
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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HAPPY NEW YEAH
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. Howard Belote
COUNCILMAN
13th Ward
Best Wishes
Joseph Ripley
CONTRACTOR
^IJoLincj ^Licitan dounait
OFFICERS
Edith Weiss President
May Goldie Setzer Vice-President
Meyer Weiss Secretary-Treasurer
The Young Judean Council, organized in November, 1936, has, in its
brief existence, demonstrated its value as a clearing house for all of the
Young Judean activities of the city.
The past year has witnessed the addition of the fourth club in Jacksonville
—the “Henrietta Szold Club,” composed of girls from ten to twelve. The
leader of the new organization is Miss Joan Heilman.
Various problems confronting the clubs, concerning individual club ac¬
tivities, or the planning of general cultural programs, are all discussed by
the Council in an attempt to improve the work of the Young Judean groups.
The Council is also interested in the formation of new clubs in Jacksonville.
The Council is composed of the leader and two representatives from
each of the four Young Judean Clubs.
MEMBERS
Jeanette Marks May Goldie Setezr Norma Stein
Lillie Marks Julius Sloat Edith Weiss
Charlotte Rose Ruth Spiwak Meyer Weiss
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OFFICERS
Julius Sloat
Elmer Setzer
Howard Carasik
Belle Markovitz
Meyer H. Weiss
Irvin Slott
Mrs. Leo Michelson
President
Vice-President
Secretary
Reporter
Treasurer'
.S'ergeant-At-Arms
Sponsor
The Senior Rothschild Young Judean Club, a group of boys and girls be¬
tween the ages of 15 and 18 years of age, under the leadership of Mrs. Leo
Michelson, has completed another year of outstanding work.
Its program for the past year consisted of the study of current Jewish
problems and cultural programs. During the month of March, which was
designated as Young Judean Week, the club was honored at a special Friday
night service at the Center, with its members participating in the services.
From time to time, the organization has contributed to the Eoy Scout
Movement in Palestine, and to the Jewish National Fund. The group issues
a newspaper, the R. Y. J. C., Journal, which contains club news, special features,
editorials and comments on club members.
With its last meeting, held on September 6th, the club disbanded, due
to the fact that most of its membership entered college this fall. During the
business session of the last meeting, it was decided to form an alumni organi¬
zation of the R. Y. J. C. The alumni will hold meetings during all college
holidays and Young Judean activities will continue as in the past.
MEMBERS
Julian Borkson
Howard Carasik
Raymond Cohen
Eunice Davis
Minnie Feinberg
Raila Fink
Herbert Harris
Max Kristie
Henry Lasris
Robert Lasris
Belle Markovitz
David Moed
Iris Nudelman
Peggy Schemor
Elmer J. Setzer
Isadore Setzer
Mathilda Shane
Julius R. Sloat
Doris Weiss
Meyer H. Weiss
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OFFICERS
Harold Baker
Charlotte Rose
Ruby Baker
Bessie Setzer
Norman Stein
Shirley Mark
Martha Magezis
Burton Burgman..
May Goldie Setzer.
President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
Chaplain
Reporter
Librarian
S'ergeant-At-Arms
Sponsor
Under the capable leadership of Miss May Goldie Setzer, the Junior
Rothschild Club has completed another year of well-rounded activity.
The club has been active in J. N. F. collections, and made contributions
to the Boy Scout movement in Palestine. The cultural work of the club has
been marked by a very successful debate on the topic “Should religion be re¬
formed,” and other programs dealing with controversial questions of the
day.
A movie projector was purchased which helped entertain the members during
their weekly gatherings. A beautiful window showing scenes of Palestinian
life, and displayed in the Barnett National Bank Bldg., was ornated by the
club. Miss Ruby Baker and Miss Frimit Silberstein represented the club at
the S'abbath Services of March 4.
The main event of the year was a banquet held in the Seminole Hotel which
was addressed by Mrs. J. J. Heilman, who spoke on Zionism.
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OFFICERS
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New Year Greetings
To Our Jewish Friends
from
Jeanette Marks President
Lilly Marks Sponsor
Pearl Haber Secretary
Minna Silverman Treasurer
Howard Margol Sergeant-at-Arms
Ruth Spivak Publicity Chm.
Herzliah, which is the youngest in age of the three local Young Judean
Clubs, was reorganized during the month of October to include both boys
and girls between the ages of twelve and fourteen. At that time the sponsor¬
ship was taken over by Miss Lilly Marks, who replaced Miss Ruth Davis, last
year’s sponsor.
During the past year, the club’s activities were numerous and varied.
Among the more outstanding events were a Chanukah party staged at the
house of the president, 3 picnics, and a talk by Mr. Morris Nimovitz, Hebrew
instructor of the Center, on the subject “European and American Jewish
Youth.”
Members of the club also participated in a special Friday night service at
the Center in honor of the Young Judean Clubs.
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I. M. Lieberman
A. H. Rothstein M. B. Glickstein
M. B. Safer
Moscovífz
OFFICERS
I. M. Lieberman President
A. H. Rothstein Vice President
Murray B. Glickstein Secretary
Moe B. Safer Treasurer
Isadore Moscovitz - Auditor
Sam Goldblatt Sergeant-at-Arms
Und er the continued efficient leadership of its
founder and present president, the Jewish Progressive
Society made remarkable progress during the past
year. 1 he past year witnessed another outstanding
and varied program.
As in the past, the society took an active part
in the 1938 campaign of the Jacksonville Jewish Com¬
munity Council Welfare Fund, Mr. Lieberman being
co-chairman of the campaign. The organization also
aided in the Hope Haven Building Fund Campaign
by sponsoring a Flaloween Dance in the Center Audi¬
torium.
The society also proved a valuable adjunct to the
Center itself by instituting the drive towards the pur¬
chase of the Center School bus, by conducting a raf-
fie and card party for that purpose. Particularly thru
the excellent work of Murray Glickstein, a large sum
was raised.
In its capacity as the local Zionist group, the
Society in collaboration with the local Hadassah,
sponsored a mass meeting, at which Judge Morris
Rothenberg, former president of the Zionist Organiza¬
tion of America, addressed what was considered by
many as one of the largest assembleges in the history
of the Center.
In January, four delegates from the local group
attended the United Palestine Appeal Convention
held in Washington, D. C. Those attending were
I. M. Lieberman, Rabbi M. Margolis, Harry Sachs, and
Jack Becker. In May, Mr. Lieberman attended the
Seaboard Regional Zionist Convention, in Durham,
N. C., and during the past summer, Rabbi Margol is
attended the Zionist Convention in Detroit as the local
delegate.
The outstanding feature of the organization cul¬
tural program was a series of debates staged with the
Jewish Men’s Club. Harry Gendzier and Harry Sachs
represented the Progressives in the competition which
resulted in a victory for each club.
The Jewish Progressive Society was organized un¬
der the Charter laws of Florida on the first of January,
1952, being founded by Mr. I. M. Lieberman and
built from the remnants of the disbanded Brith
Sholom Lodge. During the first four years of its
existence, the organization had only fraternal and
charitable aims; but two years ago, the society took
a decisive step by affiliating itself with the Zionist Or¬
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Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan Vice-President
Harold Cohn Vice -President
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis Secretary
Max Moss Treasurer
The third annual Welfare Fund Campaign conducted by the Jackson¬
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as one of the most successful undertakings of the local Jewish Community.
Over $10,000 was raised, almost 100 per cent more than last year.
The Council aims to unite all fund raising campaigns by sponsoring
one joint welfare fund, which eliminates the many independent solicitations
and separate campaigns, and permits these funds to be equitably distributed
according to the merits and budgets of the respective beneficiary institutions.
The 1938 Campaign for funds, conducted during the early months of
the year, was launched at a luncheon and meeting with an address by
Judge Morris Rothenberg of New York, one of the foremost leaders in
American Zionism. Mr. Max Moss served as chairman of the drive and
I. Mf Lieberman acted as co-chairman.
Committees from the Jewish Progressive Society, the Temple Ahaveth
Chesed, the Jacksonville Jewish Center, the Junior and Senior Hadassah,
the Temple Sisterhood, the Daughters of Israel, the Ladies Hebrew Shelter¬
ing Aid Society and Home for the Aged, the B nai B’rith, the Workmen’s
Circle and the Jewish Men's Club all worked diligently to insure the
success of the Campaign. Mr. Simon J. Levin representative of the United
Palestine Appeal and Rabbi Elihu Rickie of New York, representative of
the American Jewish Committee, worked tirelessly with the Campaign
organization.
The Budget Committee consisting of; Max Moss chairman. Alex
Brest, Joseph M. Glickstein, I. M. Lieberman and Max Rubin allocated
the funds to many worthy American and overseas educational and charitable
institutions. The chief beneficiaries were the Joint Distribution Committee,
the United Palestine Appeal and Jewish national institutions such as the
Denver Hospital, the Atlantic Orphan Home, the B’nai B’rith Wide Scope
Committee, the American Jewish Congress and others.
Up to date over $7,000.00 has been collected and distributed. A
detailed report of collections and disbursements will be mailed to all mem¬
bers of the council, as was done last year. Joseph Hartman, accountant,
has donated, his services to audit the Council hooks.
The various charitable institutions and hospitals who receive alloca¬
tions from these funds and who are constantly giving assistance and care
to thousands of needy and sick men, women and children, have expressed
their appreciation for the cooperation they have received from the Jewish
community of Jacksonville through the United Welfare Fund.
J he officers of the Council urge all the members of our Jewish
community to give their wholehearted support to this organization, so that
local Jewry may do its share in alleviating the suffering and widespread
disaster of our fellow Jews overseas, and in helping our less fortunate
brothers in America.
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the management of the Seminole Hotel for their assistance in arranging
the workers’ luncheons and meetings held there throughout the Campaign.
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Sept. 10,1937—Mr. and Mrs. Abe Seizor,
daughter.
Sept. 24,1937—Mr .and Mrs. S'. Walfson,
daughter, Carol.
Oct. 2, 1937—Mr, and Mrs. S, Cherry
son, Ronald.
Oct, 4, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. S. Hammer¬
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Oct. 9, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. H. Sacks,
daughter, Lois Elaine Frances.
Nov. 9, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. A. Lassk,
son, Perry Joel.
Nov. 12, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. Abe S'elber,
son, Franklin Neal.
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Nov. 15, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. Robert
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Nov. 30, 1937—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gamce,
daughter, Frances Lorraine
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ten, daughter, Sally Ann.
Jan. 5, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Archie Puldy,
son, Stephen William.
Feb. 4, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wit¬
ten, daughter.
Feb. 12, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Isser Price,
daughter, Eunice.
Feb. 13,1938—Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell So-
bel, son, Henry Davis.
Feb. 24, 1938—Mr, and Mrs. Louis Wolf-
son, daughter.
Mar. 14,1938—Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Chep-
nik, son, Kenneth Paul.
Mar. 21, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Abe Roth-
stein, son.
Mar. 22, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. H. Zimmer¬
man, son, Charles Beryl.
Mar. 26, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. L. Epstein,
son.
Mar. 31, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Roland
Krantz, daughter, Rochelle.
Apr. 15,1938—Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Glick-
stein, daughter.
May 28, 1938—Mr. and Mis. Lonnie
Wurm, daughter, Jacqueline.
June 2, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. L. Goldberg,
daughter.
July 8, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rob¬
in, daughter, Rochelle.
July 16, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. J. Marko-
vitz, daughter, Toby.
July 18, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Datz,
son, Harold Jay.
July 18,1938—Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Mos-
kovitz, daughter, Barbara Helene.
Aug. 8, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Manny Fa¬
gan, daughter, Dorris Anne.
Aug. 12, 1938—Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fletch¬
er, daughter, Marilyn Leah.
Sept. 9, 1937—Hebrew School opens.
Sept. 15—Junior Hadassah stages its annual fom Kip-
pur night dance in Center Auditorium.
$ept. 26—Center Sunday School opens with a registra¬
tion of approximately 200.
Oct. 31—Jewish Progressive Society sponsors Hallo¬
ween Dance for the benefit of the Hope Haven
Building Fund.
Nov. 11—Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid and Home for
the Aged stages its annual Armistice Day Dance
in the Center Auditorium.
Nov. 12-14—Local Junior Hadassah is host to Fri-
Cily Hadassah Convention, with delegates from
Charleston, Savannah, and Tampa in attendance.
Nov. 16—Jewish Men’s Club holds its organization
meeting in response to a call made hy Rahbi Mar-
golis.
Nov. 25—D a u g h t e r s of Israel stage their annual
Thanksgiving day dance.
Nov. 28—Jewish Progressive Society sponsors a
Chanukah party featuring choir singing, tradi¬
tional games and contests—Proceeds went to Cen-
ter Bus Fund.
Dec. 4—Nat Shortstein is elected president of the new¬
ly formed Jewish Men’s Club.
Dec. 5—Chanukah program presented by the children
of the Hebrew and Sunday School.
Dec. 19—Cantor B. Krasnopolsky, baritone and native
of Russia, gives a concert of Yiddish, Palestinian,
and Cantorial songs.
Jan. 2, 1938—Rahbi Margolis inaugurates Center Ra¬
dio Broadcast over WJAX at 12:15 every other
Sunday.
Jan. 4—David Moscovitz is elevated to position ol
presidency of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, with
Harry Finkelstein and Max Rubin elected to hon¬
orary presidencies.
Jan. 14—Joint Service of the Jewish Center and Tem¬
ple Ahaveth Chesed held in the Jewish Temple,
marking the celebratior of the twentieth anniver¬
sary of the Jewish Welfare Society. Rabbi Mar¬
golis speaks on Char ty and Religion. ’
Jan. 26—A capacity crowd ills the Center Auditorium
for the fifteenth annua* cabaret of the Daughters
of Israel.
Feh. 4—Rabbi Elihu Rickej Representative of the Am¬
erican Jewish Commijfee, addresses a joint ser¬
vice of the Temple held in the Center ,'iynagogue.
Feh. 6—New Officers of The Center are installed by
Rabbi Margolis at elafbrate banquet marking tne
tenth anniversary of thlj institution. Guest speakers
included Rabbi Elihti! Rickel of New York and
Prof. Jos. Weil, of the University of Florida.
Feh. 8—Judge Morris Rb.henherg, former president
of the Zionist Organ!: ition of America, addresses
capacity crowd in C nter Auditorium.
Feb 11—Boy Scout Sahpatn fittingly observed at
Friday Evening Serv :es,
Feb. 25—Girl Scout Tro p No. 2 sponsors Friday
evening Services witkwliss Frances Gregory, Girl
Scout director of Jad (onville, speaking on “The
Value of Scouting."
Feb. 27'—Installation B a
Sheltering Aid Soci
celebrating fifteenth a
Blattner installed asf\
Skop, of Orlando,
i q u e t of Ladies Hebrew
and Home for the Aged,
.niversary, with Mrs. S. L.
president. Rabbi Morris
st speaker.
March 2—Mrs. Moses P. Ijpstein, newly elected presi
dent of Hadassah, acS
in afternoon and add)
the local Hadassah
ciety.
March 4—Local
night
Young J
services with
groups participating
March 8.—Debate staged
â– * resses Daughters of Israel
sses meeting sponsored by
d Jewish Progressive So-
embe
chi!
Ds sponsor Friday
of the respective
between the Jewish Men's
Club, represented by Jjlarry Broicla and Leon Sha¬
piro, and the JewishljProgressive Society repre¬
sented hy Harry Sachs and Harry Gendzier.
March 11—B’Nai Brilh Sabbath observed as Rabbi
Margolis speaks on B Nai Brith in the Life ol
the American Jew "
March 17—Jewish Center in collaboration with the
Daughters of Israel sponsors annual Purim Soo-
dah and Ball in Center Auditorium.
March 25—A. Z. A. Fraternity Sabbath observed
at regular late Friday evening services.
April 1—Junior Congregation Sabbath observed as
newly installed officers conduct services at laic
Friday night services.
April 8—Late Friday evening service dedicated to the
Daughters of Israel.
April 17—Children's Sedar is sponsored by the Daugh¬
ters of Israel with the pupils of the Religious
Schools performing the traditional Sedar Service.
April 29—Jewish Progressive Society and Jewish
Men’s Club honored at Friday evening services,
with officers of both groups participating in ser¬
vice.
May 4—Mrs. Ben Chepenik is elected to the presidency
of the Daughters of Israel succeeding Mrs. Joseph
Hackel.
May 6—Special Mothers’ Day services conducted at
Friday evening services, sponsored hy various af¬
filiated youth groups of the Center.
May 25—Federal Theatre presents marionette show
in Center Auditorium.
June 5—Beautiful ceremony marks the confirmation,
of 12 students of the Center Sunday School, fea¬
turing a series of appropriate talks on the inter¬
pretation of the Ten Commandments, and in¬
spiring singing of the Center Glee Club.
June 7—Jewish Men’s Club stages its first big social
affair in the form of a dance given in the Center
Auditorium.
June 12—Appropriate exercises mark the conclusion
of the regular terms of the Sunday School and
Hebrew School.
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The local B’nai B’rith chapter looks back to its activities of the past year
with justified satisfaction; it's accomplishments in the fields of philanthropy,
emergency relief, Americanization, Hillel Foundations, Anti-Defamation, de¬
fense of Jewish rights, civic co-operation and spreading of good will constitute
the pride of its numerous members.
Throughout the year regular monthly luncheon meetings were held, at
which the following outstanding speakers participated as guests: Rabbi Lee
J. Levinger of Columbus, Ohio, Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan, Harold Cohn, Dr.
Joseph Rose, Moe Safer, Joe Bransky, Montague Rosenberg, and Nathan J.
Roberts.
The highlight of the year’s activities was the B’nai B’rith Sabbath held
in the Jacksonville Jewish Center Synagogue at which the Anti-Defamation
work and the Hilled Foundations at the Universities sponsored by the American
order of B’nai B’rith were thoroughly reviewed.
The local chapter sent delegates to the 5th District Convention of the
order which took place in Orlando, Florida. Delegates were also sent to
the State Federation Meeting held at the end of August in West Palm Beach.
One of the important resolutions of the Federation Meeting was that of pro¬
viding the Jewish students of the University of Florida with a permanent
Rabbi.
The local chapter also continued its policy of aiding deserving students
attending the University of Florida with appropriate scholarships and carried
on the local work of the national Anti-Defamation League.
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Aleph Godol (President)
Aleph S’gan (Vice-President)
Aleph Mazkir (Secretary)
Aleph Gisbor (Treasurer)
.... .....Aleph Shoter Godol (Sergeant-At Aims)
Aleph Shoter Koton (Asst. Sergeant-At-Arms)
Aleph Sopher (Reporter)
Aleph Cohen Godol (Chaplain)
Head Advisor
On February 28, 1937, Jacksonville’s first chapter of the A. Z. A., Junior
Order of B’nai B’rith came into existence. On that day Rabbi Labovitz, advisor
of the Savannah Chapter No. 206, and a group of Alephs from Savannah and
Charleston officially initiated the local chapter into the order following which
the installation of officers took place.
A. Z. A. is a Jewish Youth Organization with an approximate membership
of 6,500 boys in 330 chapters throughout the world. Every Jewish boy of good
character between the ages of fifteen and twenty-one is eligible for member¬
ship. When a boy reaches the age of twenty-one he is considered a life member
and then becomes a B’nai B’rith.
“Five Fold and Full” is the terminology which designated the A. Z. A.
program and which found its origin in the fertile mind of the late D'r. Boris
D. Bogen, International Secretary of B’nai B’rith. Its activities consist of
the following lines of endeavor: Religious, Social Service, Cultural, Social, and
Athletic. The creed of the A. Z. A., is composed of seven cardinal virtues
which are as follows: Patriotism, Judaism, Filial Love, Charity, Conduct, Purity
rnd Fraternity.
During the past year the local chapter has accomplished a great deal which
it is well proud of. It has sponsored smokers, dances, raffles and many
other activities. This year, the local chapter gave four medals to local Boy
Scouts, two to Troop 14 and two to Troop 12, also two weeks in camp Were
given to two Boy Scouts. The main feature this year is the coming 2nd annual
Southern Regional Convention tournament of District No. 5, to be held here in
Jacksonville on December 27, 28, 29. The local chapter will be hosts. Boys
from four states will attend and at least 250 boys are expected. Due to the
untiring efforts of its Advisory Board the local chapter is on its feet again.
The local chapter, although very young, has accomplished a great deal in
the religious, social and athletic fields, and in the future they expect to become
very active upon the five-fold program of A. Z. A. At the present time the
local Alephs are striving for the development of a closer relationship among
the Jewish Youth of Jacksonville, and among the neighboring communities
throughout the Southeast. An outstanding program has been outlined for the
coming season.
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Entering its seventh year of existence, the F. T. E. Club, composed of
young Jewish women, has been active both in social and charitable activi¬
ties of the Jewish community. This organization, established in 1931 at the
Jacksonville Jewish Center, has been of much service to the Center by giving
donations in various forms. For the past three years the club has played
a large part in sponsoring Mother’s Day at the Center at one of the Friday
night services, at which time the members presented each mother with a rose.
A large portion of the proceeds from the club’s various affairs is donated „o
charity throughout the year.
During the past year the club again opened the season with its annual
Florida-Georgia football dance at the Seminole Hotel and in November cele¬
brated its sixth anniversary with a banquet at the Seminole Hotel, at which
time new officers were presented. During the remainder of the year one social
affair was sponsored each month by two different members of the club.
This year the club is anticipating a highly successful season, active both
socially and charitably. In carrying out this program it is collaborating with
the local A. Z. A. Chapter in sponsoring a Florida-Georgia Football dance
November 5th, in the Roosevelt Hotel and an Auburn-Florida Football dance,
plans for which will be announced later.
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Mrs. D. H. Lasarow -President
Mrs. J. Strauss First Vice-President
Mrs. Herbert Weiss— Second Vice-President
Mrs. William Silverman Third Vice-President
Mrs. Flarry Kalz - Treasurer
Mrs. Harry Gendzier Financial Secretary
Mrs. M. L. Hollins Corresponding Secretary
Mrs. Ernest Pilton—- Recording Secretary
It is well recognized that the prerequisite to any
upbuilding work is the health of the community. To¬
day, as always since its inception, Hadassah medical
services are indispensable to Palestine’s progress. The
development of its health program has followed a
planned course of action; (l) to establish under our
aegis essential health services and institutions; (2) to
give impetus to government, municipality and colony
to establish additional necessary institutions; (3) to
transfer Hadassah institutions and services to the
appropriate local body as and when it is able to ac¬
cept responsibility; (4) to blaze new trails necessary
to Palestine s growth.
It is expected that the Medical Center which
will comprise the Rothschild-Hadassah University Hos¬
pital, the Nurses I raining School and the Ratnoff
Medical College (the latter being erected by the
American Jewish Physicians Committee) will be com¬
pleted shortly. The ever decreasing opportunities for
Jewish medical scientists and practitioners in Europe
make all the more essential the opening of the Roths¬
child -Fladassah University Hospital with its modern
facilities and unique opportunities for the advance¬
ment of medicine. Distinguished physicians, many of
whom are exiles from their lands of origin, will be
able to continue their beneficent labors for mankind
in the fields of healing, teaching and research.
More health stations were opened (in addition to
the existent twenty-three) and the scope of several
extended to include all-day nursery services for hos¬
pital borderline cases. The Sch ool Hygiene Depart¬
ment also expanded its activities and supervised the
health of 36,000 school children. Physical defects
were diagnosed and treated either in the school build¬
ing or relerred for treatment to the appropriate agency.
In the case of contagious diseases, the whole family
came under the care of the School Hygiene Depart¬
ment. Cases of malnutrition among the school chil¬
dren were referred to the " School Luncheons Service ”,
where needy children were led without charge.
Jl has frequently been asserted that nutrition is
the key to health. The Hadassah School Luncheons
Service is calculated to safe-guard the health of the
children and through them, the community. Children
who need it (in some communities this means die
whole school) are provided with proper noon-day meals
and all school children are given courses of study (in
accordance with their age) in cooking, dietetics and
home economics. At present the “luncheons” operate
in thirty-nine schools and fifty-eight kindergartens.
Fladassah’s interest in the child, our concern
with the refugee problem, our objectives in Palestine
—all these interests are fused in the Youth Aliyah
project. The transfer of Jewish children from Ger¬
many, now including Austria and Poland, their settle¬
ment, maintenance and education in Palestine, is di¬
rected by the Arbeilsgemeinschaft fur Kinder and Jug-
en d Aliyah, an international committee of which
Hadassah is the American agency. The Youth Aliyah
committee has thus far provided for the emigration
and settlement of 2,000 children.
The irresistable humanitarian appeal for the res¬
cue and rehabilitation of these children, coinciding
with Palestine’s great need for additional man-power
and the trained and useful citizens which the Youth
Aliyah project assures, accounts for the widespread
interest and success attained in America. An impor¬
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Hadassah has been the widening and strengthening
of Hadassah ranks by the inclusion of numerous wo¬
men who, hitherto aloof from Zionist interest, have
through activity for Youth Aliyah become leaders and
participants in all Zionist endeavors.
The current debacle in Jewish life gives urgency
to the application of Zionist ideology and its funda¬
mental concept that Jewish homelessness and the disa¬
bilities it creates must be cured. Palestine has already
proven itself as the best cure. What has already been
achieved there under terrific odds gives confident hope
that Israel will again, as of old, make a significant
contribution to civilization.
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The Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and
Home for The Aged was organized for the purpose
of giving shelter and aid to transients, supplying them
with Kosher Food and lodging and relieving the needs
of local indigents. The Society also maintains a Free
Loan Fund, the Gmieles Chesed, whereby many fami¬
lies are enabled to help themselves over a financial
crisis and gives immigrant aid wherever possible. It
also aims to establish a Home for the Aged, a Moshev
Zekenim .towards the achievement of which it is
making steady progress.
Last year representative members of the Ladies’
Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the
Aged and the Jewish Progressive Society selected the
following officers to lead the Joint Home Committee 'â– 
Mr. Joseph Wilensky, chairman; Mrs. M. Stein, co-
chairman; Mr. J. Lapinsky, vice-chairman; Mrs. J.
Shapiro, vice-chairman; Mr. Morris Wolfson, treasurer;
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J he lirst step of this Joint Committee has been
to enter into negotiations lor the purchase of a most
desirable property for the building of a Home for
the Aged, where those who will be fortunate enough
to spend their reclining years, will have a haven of
comfort and peace, in a clean, beautiful and quiet
location .
1 he annual reports given at the Installation of
Officers during the early part of the year have shown
most unusual progress, stressing the methods used by
the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society in pro¬
viding the needy with food, clothing, fuel, medicines,
etc., without any embarrassment and loss of sel I-re¬
spect to the recipient.
Thanks have been extended to Dr. J. V. Safer,
who untiringly has assisted the organization in the
care of its sick, and Dr. Sam Witten who has given
of his services whenever called upon lor denial aid.
Mrs. E. G. Stern, secretary ol the Jewish Wellare
Society, has worked cooperatively with Mrs. A. Nabin
and Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, chairman of the Relief Com¬
mittee, and is thanked for her kind indulgence.
During the past year the monthly Bridge Parties,
the Rummage Sale under the expert direction ol Mrs.
A. Nabin and Mrs. M. Stein, the Turkey Raffle di¬
rected by Mrs. Sam Bryan and Mrs. P. L. Samson,
the Annual Summer and Armistice Day Dances, un¬
der the splendid direction of Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner
and Mrs. P. Haimowitz, the Children’s Honor Register,
the Annual Closing Luncheon sponsored by Mrs. S. L.
Blattner, Mrs. G. I -evin and Mrs. P. Haimowitz have
helped to finance the successful work ol the organi¬
zation.
In addition to its regular program ol Aid Work,
the society provided special food during the High
Holiday Season and at Passover, distributed baskets
at J hanksgiving and Jewish Festivals, gave a gener¬
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to the General Israel Orphans’ Home lor Girls in
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Mrs. Ben Chepenik First Vice-President
Mrs. A. E. Selber Second Vice-President
Mrs. S. Schain ’ Third Vice-President
Mrs. Herbert Talisman Recording Secretary
Mrs. B. B. Yoffee Financial Secretary
Mrs. Sam Bryan Coresponding Secretary
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its motto—“A Joyful Mother of Children.”
The Jacksonville Unit, as well as other units throughout the United States,
in order to realize this aim, have four definite objects and purposes. These
objects and purposes are:
1. To carry on Palestinian work.
2. To conduct cultural classes and meetings for propagating Zionist ideals.
3. To carry on Jewish National Fund work.
4. To cooperate with other Zionist groups.
These objects constitute our Program and each is taken into account in
making plans for the year.
The local unit met with much success the past year in all its fields of
work. Opening the season with a most inspirational installation banquet
plans for a full year were completed.
Among the successful fund-raising affairs sponsored were the Annual
Yom Kippur Dance, a movie, raffle and spring dance.
For its members the Unit entertained at a weiner roast, manless cabaret
and membership tea.
,In November, the local unit was hostess at a Tri-City Conference to which
girls from Charleston, Savannah and Tampa attended. With the aid of Senior
Hadassah this conference proved to be most inspirational and beneficial.
Several guest speakers honored the Unit with very interesting talks and
it is the plan t'o further the idea of having speakers for the coming year.
Climaxing the season’s activities was the Donor’s Affair. This was a
moonlight boat ride, to which donors and their friends were in attendance.
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Mr. and Mrs. ALEX ROBIN
and daughter wish their friends
! a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SIDNEY SCHAIN
and children, extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. FRED SOFORENKO
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. N. ROBIN
j and daughter wish their friends
| Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE SCHEMER
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. J. SPIWAK
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. RALPH
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. H. SCHEMER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ALFRED STEIN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. JACK ROTHSTEIN
and daughter wish their friends
[ Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. HENRY SCHEMER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. BEN STEIN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. W. ROSENBLUM
May the days of the New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE L. SCHEMER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. ROSA STEIN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. S. ROSENBLATT
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. WILLIAM SCHEMER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. I. J. STRUMPH
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Miss Blanche ft Rachel ROTHSTEIN
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. DAN S. SCHWARTZ
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. SURASKY
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. IRVING RESNICK
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE SELBER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. IRA STEIN
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. ROSENBERG
X Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. H. SELBER
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. W. SOBEL
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. P. ROSENBLUM
wish their friends far and near a
Ffappy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. PHILIP SELBER
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. STEIN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABBA SAFER
and daughter wish their friends
! Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. S. SELBER
and family extend to their relatives and j
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. NAT SHORSTEIN
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE SAFER
and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE SETZER
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. M. SEMPSON
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY SAFER
! and family extend to their relatives and
| friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. BEN SETZER
and family extend to their relatives and ;
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MARTIN SACK
and sons wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. HYMAN SAFER
and daughter wish their friends
| Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. MEYER SETZER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM SMITH
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. SAFER
! and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. SHORSTEIN
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. SHAPIRO
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. I. L. SCHEMER
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. MAX SPITZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. NATHAN SCHEVITZ
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. M. SHAPIRO
and family extend to their relatives and friends
sincere wishes for a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. STRAUSS
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. SINGER
and daughters wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVID SNIDER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mrs. EVA SCHWARTZ
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. CARL SCHEVITZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ALBERT D. SIMON
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr and Mrs. L. SCHEVITZ
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. JENNIE SENTLER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. SAFER
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mrs. E. SHORSTEIN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. SAGER
| Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY SILVER
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MATTHEW SLOAT
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year of
health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. ABE SHAPIRO
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. DAVE TORN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISS
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. H. WEISS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. WEINSTEIN
and children extend to their rolatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. WEXLER
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Miss GERTRUDE WILENSKY
Greetings and best wishes for a New Vear
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. BEN WITTEN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happ4' and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. JOSEPH WITTEN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE WITTEN
and children wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX WITTEN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. SAM WITTEN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. WOLF
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE WOLFSON
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. L. WOLFSON
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. LONNIE WURM
and daughter wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. SAM WOLFSON
and daughter wish their friends
Happiness and Prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. IKE WITTEN
and sons wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISS
and children extend to their relatives ard
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ISADORE WITTEN
wishes his friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. WEINTRAUB
and son wish all their friends and
relatives a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ABE WEISS~
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a I iappy and Prosperous Now Year
Mr. and Mrs. MAX WEISS
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. MORRIS B. WILSON
May the days of the New Year unfold for you
and yours the best the days can give
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY WYMAN
Greetings and best wishes for a New Year
of health, happiness and prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. L. WEINSTEIN
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. J. B. WEISS
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. and Mrs. B. WEINGAST
wish their friends far and near a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. BEN YOFFEE
and family wish their friends health,
happiness, and prosperity in the coming year
Mr. & Mrs. Haskell ZIMMERMAN
and children extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. ZOSLOW
and family extend to their relatives and
friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Y. ZAVON
and sons wish their friends far and near
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
SEASON'S GREETINGS
i JAMES R. BOYD, Jr.
The Season's Best Wishes
T. F. McCALL, Jr,
COUNCILMAN
6th Ward
SEASON’S IIEST WISHES
James C. Merrill
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THE
HEBREW-ENGLISH
CALENDAR
I his year’s Directory contains as
usual a Hehrew-English Calendar,
which has proven its worth as a
valuable appendix to this publica¬
tion, and which has become a ne¬
cessity in Jewish homes because of
its frequent use throughout the year.
J he calendar is printed upon suc¬
cessive pages, and enables one to
use this portion of the book as a
complete calendar (Luach).
I he Hebrew side of the calendar
contains the Hebrew names of the
festivals, holidays, and fast days.
I he weekly portion of the law to
be read each Saturday is indicated
in capital letters. A reminder to
light the Sabbath candles or ike
festival candles (L. C.) appears op¬
posite the proper days.
1 he English side of the calendar
contains the English names of ike
lesti vals and holidays and a calen¬
dar of the important events of the
various Jewish organizations meet¬
ing in the Center or holding their
affairs there. I his feature has been
found to be very valuable, giving
each organization an opportunity
to plan lor their respective under¬
lain ngs without conflicting with the
other organizations.
Below the calendar appear brief
explanations of the holidays and
special Sabbaths, and various other
explanatory notes concerning special
occasions and events.
CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Sept. 26—Oct. 25
Tishri 1—30
1) New Year Sept.
26
Mon.
1
ROSH HAS'HONAH
” ” 2nd Day
27
Tues.
2
ROSH HASHONAH 2nd DAY
28
Wed.
3
29
Thurs.
4
30
Fri.
5
L. C.
2) Sabbath of Repentance Oct. 1
Sat.
6
Shabbath Shuba—Va-Yelech
Opening Sunday School
2
Sun.
7
3
Mon.
8
KOL NIDRE at sunset
4
Tues.
9
L. C.
3 Day of Atonement
5
Wed.
10
YOM KIPPUR, YIZKOR
(
Jr. Hadassah Dance (5)
8
Thurs.
11
7
Fri.
12
L. C.
8
Sat.
13
HAAZINU
9
Sun.
14
L. C.
4) Tabernacles 1st day
10
Mon.
15
S'UKKOS 1st DAY
2nd day
11
Tues.
16
SUKKOS 2nd DAY
Sr. Hadassah Thrift Luncheon
12
Wed.
17
and Opening Meeting
13
Thurs.
18
1st Late Fri. Eve. Service 8:15
14
Fri.
19
L. C.
Intermediate Sabbath
15
Sat.
20
Sabbath Choi Hamoed
A. Z. A. Day
16
Sun.
21
Hoshanah Rabbah L. C.
Yizkor; Hakafoth at 7:30p.m.
17
Mon.
22
S'hmini Azereth L. C.
5) Feast of the Law
18
Tues.
23
SIMCHATH TORAH
Desert Bridge D. of Is.
19
Wed.
24
Meeting Ladies Aid
20
Thurs.
25
21
Fri.
2,6
L. C.
22
Sat'.
27
BERESHITH
23
Sun.
28
24 i
Tues. |
29
Bridge Party, Ladies Aid
20
Mon.
30
6) Rosh Chodesh 1st Day
L. C.—Light Sabbath Candles or Festival Candles 'A hour before sunset, for
which consult daily newspapers.
1) Rosh Hashonah marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year and lasts
two days. It is also the beginning of the 10 days of Penitence, which end with Yom
Kippur. Sincere prayer and meditation during these days help us to experience
the reality of God to dedicate ourselves anew to the establishment of His Kingdom
on earth—the reign of freedom, justice and peace.
2) Shabbat Shuba derives its name from the Haftorah of that day. Hosea
xiv, 2-10 which begins with the word S'hubah-'Return’, i.e., Repent.
3) Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is a day of fasting and prayer, when we
strive to reawaken the latent spiritual power in our souls so that it may become
an effective and directing force in our daily conduct'.
4) Sukkos (Feast of Tabernacles) is the Jewish festival of thanksgiving after
all the products of the field have been gathered in. The Sukkah symbolizes '.he
wanderings of our ancestors in the wilderness of Sinai.
5) Simchath Torah (Rejoicing in the Torah) is the second day of Shemini
Azereth. Then the reading of the Pentateuch is completed and begun anew for the
coming year. This event is celebrated with Hakofos—procession with the scrolls
of the Torah to the accompaniment of songs and dancing.
6) Rosh Chodesh is the term for the beginning of a new month. As the
Jewish year is based on the lunar calendar, the beginning of the new month coin¬
cides with the new moon. When a month has thirty days, the last is considered the
first of the two days which constitute Rosh Chodesh of the month following.
NEW WAY POULTRY CO.
Live and Dressed Poultry
FRESH EGGS
j 324 Broad Street
Telephone 5-3269
Season's Greetings to Our Jewish Friends
W. H. CRAVEY
CALLAHAN, FLORIDA
We Specialize in
SOUR CREAM BUTTERMILK
SWEET BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
Delivered To Your Door Fresh Daily
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CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Oct. 26—Nov. 23
Heshvan 1—29
Oct. 26
Wed.
1 ROSH CHODESH 2nd DAY
27
Thurs.
2
28
Fri.
3 L. C.
29
Sat.
4 NOAH
30
Sun.
5
31
Mon.
6
Nov. 1
Tues.
7
Meeting D. of Is. 2
Wed.
8 Balfour Declaration Anni.
Hadassah Fall Dance (2) 3
Thurs.
9
4
Fri.
10 L. C.
5
Sat'.
11 LECH LECHA
6
Sun.
12
7
Mon.
13
Election Day 8
Tues.
14
9
Wed.
15
Armistice D'ance Ladies Aid 10
Thurs.
16
11
Fri.
17 L. C.
12
Sat.
18 VAYERA
13
Sun.
19
14
Mon.
20
Meeting Ladies Aid 15
Tues.
21
Meeting Sr. Hadassah 16
Wed.
22
17
Thurs.
23
18
Fri.
24 L. C.
19
Sat'.
25 CHAYE SARAH
20
Sun.
26
1st JNF Collection Sr. Had. 21
Mon.
27
Bridge Party Ladies Aid 22
Tues.
28
23
Wed.
29
1) The Balfour Declaration issued on November 2, 1917, is the first recogni¬
tion by a modern nation of the Jewish claim to Palestine as a national homeland.
This declaration was ratified by all civilized nations of the world, and gave great'
impetus to the Zionist movement and the rebuilding of Palestine.
"NEW YEAR GREETINGS"
Bagaley Juvenile
Theatre
2512 Park Street
KINDERGARTEN - DANCING
DRAMATIC ART
SEASONS GREETINGS
CLYDE H. SIMPSON
TAX COLLECTOR
Jacksonville’s Leading
FURRIERS
PAUL C. TANNER
FURS PROPERLY CLEANED AND
REMODELED INTO the NEW FALL STYLES
California
FUR AND HAT WORKS
20 HOGAN ST. PHONE 5-3237
Sincere Wishes For
A Happy New Year
NATIONAL
Grocery & Tobacco Co.
J. B. Weinstein
DON'T FORGET YOUR
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THE PAPER THAT IS
Independent and Fearless
For the Public Rights
“The Jax American
Prints the Lads’
PHONE 5-0516
S. L GOLDSTEIN
MEN'S and WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR
154 LINCOLN STREET — BOSTON, MASS.
New Year's Greetings To Our Jewish Friends
N. L ABERNATHY
USED
ELECTRIC MOTORS — FANS
COOLING SYSTEMS
MACHINERY & BUSINESS EQUIPMENT
2253 Pearl St. Phone 5-7794
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Bonacker, Holt and Acosta, Inc.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
410 East Bay Street
S. C. REDDICK
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Electrical Installations — Repairing Maintenance
PHONE 5-1856 — 1432 IONIA ST.
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MASON
Lumber Company
2324 EDISON AVE.
Phone 7-2 164
•
415 KINGS AVE.—SO. JAX
Phone 5-1 136
®
ALSO YARD AT THE BEACH
On First Street—Neptune
“We Appreciate Tour Patronage"
ATTWOOD’S
FOR
Exceptional Prescription Service
Also Complete Line of
Toilet Requisites and Drug Sundries
1024 PARK ST. PHONE 7-2133
FREE MOTOR DELIVERY
CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Kislev 1—29
Nov. 24—Dec. 22
Thanksgiving Dance Nov.
24
Thurs.
1
ROSH CHODESH
D. of Is.
25
Fri.
2
L. C.
26
Sat.
3
TOLDOTH
27
Sun.
4
28
Mon.
5
29
Tues.
6
30
Wed.
7
Dec
1
Thurs.
8
2
Fri.
9
L. C.
3
Sat.
10
VAYETZE
4
Sun.
11
5
Mon.
12
6
Tues.
16
L. C.
Meeting D. of Is.
7
Wed.
13
8
Thurs.
14
9
Fri.
15
Rummage Sale D’.of Is.
10
Sat.
17
VAYISHLACH
Sun. School Chanukah Gelt
11
Sun.
18
Appeal Sr. Had.
12
Mon.
19
13
Tues.
20
14
Wed.
21
15
Thurs.
22
16
Fri.
23
L. C.
1st Hankah Candle
17
Sat'.
24
V A YE SHE V 1st Candle
ITanukah Flay 7 P.M.; Chanu-
18
Sun.
25
1) HANUKAH 1st day
kah Gelt. Col. Sr. Had. (S'un.) 19
Mon.
26
2nd day -
Meeting Ladies Aid
20
Tues.
27
3rd day
Meeting Sr. Hadassah
21
Wed.
28
" 4th day
22
Thurs.
29
” 5th day
1) Hanukkah (Dedication Days) celebrates the re-dedication of the Temple
by the victorious Maccabees (167 B. C. E.) after their struggles against' the Syrian
King Antiochus who, with the aid of the Jewish apostates, had attempted to
suppress the religion of the Jews. For eight days lights were kindled every evening
in commemoration of their victory for religious liberty.
Season's Greetings
from
Harry's Men's Shop
and
THE TOGGERY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Fleming and Gerrits
Wholesale Confectioners
538 E. UNION ST. PHONE 5-1361
Season’s Greetings To Our Jewish Friends
JOHNSON LUMBER SUPPLY
COMPANY
LESTER W. JOHNSON
7th and EVERGREEN PHONE 5-2806
Plumbing Fixtures
BY "ELJER"
FLORIDA PIPE SUPPLY CO,
825 N. Myrtle Ave. Phone 5-0456
Compliments of
McGiffin Coal Co.
★
COAL AND OIL
★
FT. HOGAN ST. PHONE 5-3386
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CALENDAR
1938-39 ENGLISH HEBREW 5699
Dec. 23—Jan 20 Tebeth 1—29
Dec. 23
Fri.
1 L. S. Hanukah 6th Day R.C.H
24
Sat.
2 Miketz Hanukah 7th Day
25
Sun.
3
26
Mon.
4
Chanukah Party Ladies Aid 27
Tues.
5
AZA Southern Regional / 28
Wed.
6
Convention 1 29
Thurs.
7
New Years Eve Dinner \ 30
Fri.
8 L. C.
Dance D. of Is. 31
Sat.
9 VAYIGASH
Fast of Tebeth Jan. ’39 1
Sun.
10 1) ASARAH BTEBETH
2
Mon.
11
Center Election 3
Tues.
12
Meeting D. of Is. 4
Wed.
13
5
Thurs.
14
6
Fri.
15 L. C.
7
Sat.
16 VAYECHI
8
Sun.
17
9
Mon.
18
10
Tues.
19
Meeting Sr. Hadassah 11
Wed.
20
12
Thurs.
21
13
Fri.
22 L. C.
14
Sat.
23 SHMOTII
15
Sun.
24
16
Mon.
25
Meeting Ladies Aid 17
Tues.
26
18
Wed.
27
Membership Tea Sr. Had. 19
Thurs.
28
20
Fri.
29 L. C.
Chas. E. Commander
and Company
REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
325 W. Forsyth St. Ph. 5-7329
Season's Best Wishes
Builders Products Co.
ANCHOR FENCING
OVERHEAD DOORS
204 E. 8th St. Phone 5-3653
SEASON’S GREETINGS
PROGRESS
FURNITURE CO.
Bernie Moskovitz
1) A-Sa-rah B’Tebet (tenth of Tebet) commemorates the day when the
Babylonians began their effective siege of Jerusalem in 586 B. C. E.
"BUY OR SELL . . .
WE TREAT YOU WELL"
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COMPLIMENTS
of
from
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MOTOR TRANSIT CO.
CORPORATION
Compliments of
BEST WISHES
Orange Crush
in the
WM. A. OSTNER
KRINKLEY BOTTLES
I wish to thank my Jewish Friends in the Duval
Market and Jacksonville for the nice
business I have received from them
J. H. PERMENTER
Permenter Auto Supply Co.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
THOS. C. IMESON CO., Inc.
INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
224 Hogan Street Phone 5-1721
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28-30 West Adams Street
PHONE 5-9408 Open Until Midnight
SPANISH
RESTAURANT
BEST OF FOODS
Excellent Service
Genuine Spanish Cooking
Prívale Dining Rooms
828 EAST ADAMS STREET
J. and C. CALVO
MY SINCEREST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Emory H. Price
Supervisor of Registration
CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Jan. 21—Feb. 19
Shebat 1—30
Jan. 21 | Sat'. | 1
ROS CHODESH,
VA’ERA
22
Sun.
2
23
Mon.
3
Bridge Party Ladies Aid 24
Tues.
4
Annual Cabaret D. of Is. 25
Wed.
5
26
Thurs.
6
27
Fri.
7 L. C.
28
Sat'.
8 BO
29
Sun.
9
30
Mon.
10
31
Tues.
11
Meeting D. of Is. Feb. 1
Wed.
12
2
Thurs. '
13
3
Fri.
14 L. C.
1) Jewish Arbor Day 4
Sat.
15 BESHALACH, Chamish Asar
5
Sun.
16 B’Shebat
6
Mon.
17
7
Tues.
18
Meeting Sr. Hadassah 8
Wed.
19
9
Thurs.
20
10
Fri.
21 L. C.
11
Sat'.
22 JETHRO
12
Sun.
23
13
Mon.
24
14
Tues.
25
15
Wed.
26
16
Thurs.
27
17
Fri.
28 L. C.
2 Sabbath Shekalim 18
Sat.
29 MISHPATIM
19
Mon.
30 ROS'H CHODESH 1st DAY
1) Chamisha Asar B’S'hebat (fifteenth of Shebat) is the Jewish Arbor Day,
also called the New Year of the trees. In Palestine school children use the day for
planting thousands of trees each year. In the Diaspora it is used as an occasion
for stressing the significance of the upbuilding of Palestine.
2) Shabbat' Shekalim. During Temple times the call for the payment of the
poll tax of half a shekel by every full-grown Isralite was announced on the first
day of the month of Adar. As a reminder of this duty the passage from Exodus
xxx, 11-16, was read on the Sabbath preceding.
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CALENDAR
USE
1939 ENGLISH HEBREW 5699
Feb. 2-0—Mar. 20 Adar 1—29
Feb.
Meeting Ladies Aid
20
21
22
23
24
25
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.
1
2
3
4
5
6
ROSH CHODESH 2nd DAY
L. C.
TERUMAH
Ladies Aid Installation of
26
Sun.
7
Officers (26)
27
Mon.
8
Bridge Party Ladies Aid
28
Tues.
9
Meeting D. of Is. Mar.
1
Wed.
10
1) Fast of Esther
2
Thurs. '
11
D. of Is. Sabbath
3
Fri.
12
L. C.
2) S'abbath Zachor
4
Sat.
13
TEZAVEH, Megillah reading
Purim Carnival
5
Sun.
14
3) PURIM
6
Mon.
15
SHUSHAN PURIM
7
Tues.
16
Meeting Sr. Hadassah
8
Wed.
17
9
Thurs.
18
10
Fri.
19
L. C.
4) Sabbath Parah
11
Sat'.
20
TISAH
12
Sun.
21
13
Mon.
22
14
Tues.
23
Bridge Luncheon D. of Is.
15
Wed.
24
16
Thurs.
25
Sr. Hadassah Sabbath
17
Fri.
26
L. C.
5) Sabbath Hachodesh
18
Sat.
27
VAYAKHEL-PIKUDEY
19
Sun.
28
20
Mon.
29
1) FAST OF ESTHER commemorates the day when the Jews of Persia fasted
and prayed that they be spared from the persecution planned by Haman.
2) Shabbat Zakor derives its name from the special portion from the Torah,
D'eut. xxv, 17-19, read that' day, which begins with the word Zakor—“Remember
Amalek.” It was assumed that Haman was an Amalekite.
3) Purim commemorates the day when, through the intervention of Mordecai
and Queen Esther, the Jews of Persia narrowly escaped being victims of Hainan’s
plot to exterminate them.
4) Shabbat Parah; Preceding the Passover, proper steps to become ritually
clean had to be taken as preparation for the eating of the Paschal lamb. Hence
the law concerning the ashes of the red heifer, Parah Adumah, (Numbers xlx),
was read.
5) Shabbat Hahodesh derives its name from the Haftorah of that day, Exodus
xii, 1-20. This is the “portion about the month,” referring to the special conse¬
cration of the month of Nisan which is the most eventful in the history of Israel.
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and
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8th & Pearl St. Phone 5-7879
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A
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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Sheriff
DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA
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CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
March 21—April
19
Nisan 1—30
Meeting Ladies Aid March
?i
Tue;;.
! 1
ROSH CHODESH
22
Wed.
2
23
Thurs.
3
24
Fri.
4
L. C.
Movie Sponsored by D. of Is.
25
Sat.
5
VAYIKRA
2.6
Sun.
6
27
Mon.
7
Bridge Party Ladies Aid
28
Tues.
8
Meeting D. of Is.
29
Wed.
9
30
Thurs.
10
31
Fri.
11
L. C.
1) Shabbot Hagadol April
1
Sat.
12
TZAV
2nd JNF Box Col. Sr. Had.
2
Sun.
13
3
Men.
14
L. C. First Sedar Night
2) Passover 1st day
4
Tues.
15
PESACH 1st day
5
Wed.
16
” 2nd day
i
6
Thurs.
17
” 3rd dav
7
Fri.
18
” 4th day L. C.
8
Sat'.
19
” 5th day
Children’s Seder
9
Sun.
20
” 6th day L. C.
10
Mon.
21
” 7th day L. C.
Passover 8th day
11
Tues.
22
” 8th day Yizkor
Sr. Had. Meeting—Nomination
12
Wed.
23
and election of officers
13
Thurs.
24
14
Fri.
25
L. C.
15
Sat'.
26
SHEMINI
16
Sun.
27
17
Mon.
28
Ladies Aid Meeting
18
Tues.
29
Anniv. i Card Party D. of Is.
19
Wed.
30
ROS'H CHODESH 1st day
1) Shabbat Hagadol always precedes Passover. It derives its name from the
importance of the approaching festival and from the further fact that the Haftorah
for the day closes with an allusion to “the Great Day of the Lord.”
2) Pesach (Passover) celebrates Israel’s deliverance from Egyptian bondage.
The festival lasts eight days during which matzoth are eaten in the place of
leavened bread. The celebration of the Passover with the beautiful ceremony of
the S'eder on the first and second evenings, has helped to foster in the Jewish
people the hope of living again as a nation in Palestine.
Season's Greetings to Our Jewish Friends
JULIUS GOLDSTEIN 8c SONS
Wholesale Shoes
198 Lincoln Street
BOSTON MASS.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BRILLIANT BROS CO.
Wholesale Shoes
BOSTON MASS.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
RUBIN BROS. FOOTWEAR
Inc.
29 W. 34th STREET
NEW YORK, CITY
LOUIS ORINGER, Southern Representative
Best Wishes for
A Happy end Prosperous New Year
A, SHAPIRO
109 - II Beach St.
BOSTON, MASS
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CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
April 20—May 18
Iyar 1—29
April 20
Thurs.
1 ROS'H CHODESH 2nd Day
21
Fri.
2 L. C.
22
Sat.
3 TAZRIA-METZORA
23
Sun.
4
24
Mon.
5
Ladies Aid Bridge Party 25
Tues.
6
26
Wed.
7
27
Thurs.
8
28
Fri.
9 L. C.
29
Sat:
10 ACHAREI-KEDOSHIM
30
Sun.
11
May 1
Mon.
12
2
Tues.
13
Meeting D. of Is. 3
Wed.
14
4
Thurs.
15
5
Fri.
16 L. C.
6
Sat.
18 1) LAG B’OMER
Lag B’Omer Surprise D. of Is. 7
Sun.
18 LAG B’OMER
8
Mon.
19
9
Tues.
20
Final Meeting Sr. Hadassah 10
Wed.
21
Installation of Officers 11
Thurs.
22
12
Fri.
23 L. C.
13
Sat:
24 BEHAR-BECHUKOTAI
14
Sun.
25
15
Mon.
26
Meeting Ladies Aid 16
Tues.
27
17
Wed.
28
18
Thurs.
29
1) Lag B’Omer means the thirty-third day of the counting of the Omer
(Sephirah). During the Sephirah days we refrain from holding festive celebrations
because many sad memories of oppressive treatment of the Jews during this
period of the year in the days of the Romans, and also in the later Middle Ages.
On Lag B’Omer these restriction are suspended.
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It makes perfect mixing possible without excess
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And this is why Texturated Vegetóle makes
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give perfect texture.
You'll be pleased with the convenience of the
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DOMESTIC
LAUNDRY
Satisfactory Laundry Service
ZORIC DRY CLEANING
Phone 7-8686
The Season’s Best Wishes
J. M. GREGORY
PLUMBING and HEATING
OIL BURNING UTILITIES
ROOFING, SHEET METAL
Air Conditioning
318-20 RIVERSIDE AVENUE
PHONE 5-1174
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Frank skill
H. Honesty
Brownett ResP°nsibili‘y
BUILDERS of DISTINCTIVE
HOMES and APARTMENTS
Compliments of
SAM'S
Liquor Stores
Happy New Tear
Atlas Restaurant
318 MAIN STREET
We Serve Best
BEST WISHES
from
WALTER ZOLL
Southern Representative of
LANGER-LIPPMAN CO.
Boston, Mass.
Season's Greetings
Ansin Shoe Manufacturing Co.
Athol, Mass.
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Compliments of the
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"’We Satisfy”
541 W. BAY ST.
Season’s Greetings from
EAGLE LAUNDRY
OUR
Zoric Dry Cleaning
AND
Laundry Service
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TELEPHONE 5-0307
CALENDAR
1938
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
May 19—June 17
Si van 1—30
May 19
Fri.
1 ROSH CHODESH L. C.
20
Sat.
2 BAMIDBAR
21
Sun.
3
22
Mon.
4
Closing Luncheon Ladies Aid 23
Tues.
5
Confirmation 24
Wed.
6 1) SHOVUOTH 1st DAY
Yizkor 25
Thurs.
7 SHOVUOTH 2nd DAY
26
Fri.
8 L. C.
27
Sat.
9 NASO
28
Sun.
10
29
Mon.
11
Decoration Day 30
Tues.
12
31
Wed.
13
June 1
Thurs.
14
2
Fri.
15 L. C.
3
Sat.
16 BEHAALOTECHA
4
Sun.
17
5
Mon.
18
6
Tues.
19
Closing Meeting D. of Is. 7
Wed.
20
8
Thurs.
21
9
Fri.
22 L. C.
10
Sat.
23 S'HELACH
11
Sun.
24
12
Mon.
25
13
Tues.
26
14
Wed.
27
15
Thurs.
28
16
Fri.
29 L. C.
17
Sat.
30 KORACH, Rosh Chodesh
1) Shabuot (the Feast of Weeks) is so called because it completes exactly
seven weeks from the second day of Passover on which the omer (a measure) of
the new barley was brought to the Temple. This holiday celebrates the early wheat
harvest in Palestine. .It also commemorates the convenant which was established
at Sinai between God and Israel.
Compliments of
CLARK L. DATNOV
Vice President of
THE PILOT SHOE CO.
Wholesalers of
MEN'S and BOYS' WORK and DRESS SHOES
Baltimore, Md.
BEST WISHES TO THE
JACKSONVILLE JEWISH CENTER
from
SAXE BROS. CO
171 Lincoln Street
BOSTON MASS.
WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MuaAt H. Ricdeáxm YYlcyi.
VIRGINIA PAPER CO.
N © ID ID Jf
INSURANCE
304 Liggett Bldg.
Phone 5-2269
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CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
June 18—July 16
Tamuz 1—29
June 18
Sun.
1 ROSH CHODESH
19
Mon.
4
20
Tues.
3
21
Wed.
2
22
Thurs.
5
23
Fri.
6 L. C.
24
Sat'.
7 CHUKATH
25
Sun.
8
26
Mon.
9
27
Tues.
10
Beach Pier Dance D of Is. 28
Wed.
11
29
Thurs.
12
30
Fri.
13 L. C.
July 1
Sat'..
14 BALAK
2
Sun.
15
3
Mon.
16
1) Fast of Tamuz 4
Tues.
17 Shiva Asar Betamuz
5
Wed.
18
6
Thurs.
19
7
Fri.
'20 L. C.
8
Sat.
.21 PINCHAS
9
Sun.
22
10
Mon.
23
11
Tues.
24
12
Wed.
25
13
Thurs.
26
14
Fri.
27 L. C.
15
Set.
28 MATOTH-MASEI
16
Sun.
29
1) Shiva Asar B’Tamuz (seventeen of Tamuz) is a fast day which commem¬
orates the day when the Babylonian army made the first' breach in the wall of
Jerusalem during the siege in the year 586 B. C. E.
N. A. Faulkner & Co0
I Produce and Merchandise
BROKERS
Compliments of
Berney's Restaurant
QUALITY CLEANLINESS
“Famous For Quality"
Ye Bon Ton Bakery
1035 Park St. Phone 7-3783
COURTESY PROMPT SERVICE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS
"SANDY”
Hollywood Studio
OF PHOTOGRAPHY
High Grade Work
Very Moderate Rates
Up to the Minute Service
123 W. Bay St. Phone 5-7146
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Beautiful S’hoes
S. S. SISELLMAN, Mgr.
DAVID BROWN SHOE CO.
Baltimore, Md.
MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS
TRUCK BODIES BUILT
ALL-STEEL or COMPOSITE STAKE, VAN,
REFRIGERATOR or ANY TYPE
DUCOING — ENAMELING — PAINTING
UPHOLSTERING
Fender and Body Straightening
SMITH & NEIL CO.
Established 1897
1025 MYRTLE AVE. BET. STATE ST. & KINGS RD.
Happy New Year To The Jewish People
MEYER FISH & PRODUCE CO.
1Wholesale and Retail
33-35 South Ocean St. Phone 3-1076
Florida Ice Machine Corp.
303 - 307 Park Street
Telephone 5-1805
Frick Refrigeration Machines
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SPAGHETTI HOUSE
ITALIAN GROCERIES
327 Main St. Phone 5-0726
New Year Greetings to
Our Many Jewish Friends
Paul's Groceteria
Shop At Smiling Paul”
Free Delivery
2019 PEARL STREET
GLASS
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Auto Glass Installed
Store Front Glazing
French Mirror Plate
Glass Company
Established 1908
71 7-2 I East Bay Street
PHONES
5-1571 _ 5-1572
Pal ronize Home Industry
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CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
July 17—Aug. 15
AB 1—30
July 17
Mon.
1 ROSH CHODES'H
18
Tues.
2
19
Wed.
3
20
Thurs.
4
21
Fri.
5 L. C.
1) Sabboth Chazon 22
Sat'.
6 DEBARIM
23
Sun.
7
24
Mon.
8
2) Fast of AB 25
Tues.
9 TISHA B’AB
Ladies Aid Dance at Pier 26
Wed.
10
27
Thurs.
11
28
Fri.
12 L. C.
3) Sabbath Nahma 29
Sat'.
13 VAETHCHANAN
30
Sun.
14
31
Mon.
15
Aug. 1
Tues.
16
2
Wed.
17
3
Thurs.
18
4
Fri.
19 L. C.
5
Sat'.
20 EKEB
6
Sun.
21
7
Mon.
22
8
Tues.
23
9
Wed.
24
10
Thurs.
25
11
Fri.
26 L. C.
12
Sat'.
27 RE’EH
13
Sun.
28
14
Mon.
29
15
Tues.
30 ROSH CHOD'ESH
1) Shabbat Hazon derives its name from the Haftorah of that day, Isaih I,
1-27, which begins with the word Hazon—“Vision.”
2) Tisha B’ab (ninth day of Ab) is a fast day which marks the destruction of
the first Temple in Jerusalem by the Babylonians (586 B. C. E.) and also of the
second Temple by the Romans (70 C. E.)
3) Shabbat Nahamu derives its name from the Haftorah of that day, Isaih
xl, 1-26, which begins with the word Nahamu “Comfort ye,” read on the S'abbath
after Tish B’arb.
Alabastine Barreled SunligM
CABOT'S SHINGLE and STUCCO STAINS
GILL & MULHOLLAND
309 W. Forsyth St. Phone 5-1 199
• Quality
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• Service
• Low Prices
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HARDWARE — SPORTING GOODS
MARINE SUPPLIES — HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
THE S. B. HUBBARD CO.
32 - 44 West Bay Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MAIN STREET PHARMACY
B. W. SMITH, Prop.
WE DELIVER
1602 Main Street, Corner 4th Street
Phone 5-2189 Phone 5-2190
Season's Greetings To Our Jewish Friends
PHONE — 5-7800 — PHONE
Safety Cabs, Inr.
10c
“RIDE SAFELY WITH SAFETY”
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CALENDAR
1939
ENGLISH
HEBREW
5699
Aug. 16—Sept. 13
Elul 1—29
Aug. 16
Wed.
1 Rosh Chodesh
17
Thurs.
2
18
Fri.
3 L. C.
19
Sat.
4 SHOFETIM
20
Sun.
5
21
Mon.
6
22
Tues.
7
23
Wed.
8
24
Thurs.
9
25
Fri.
10 L. C.
26
Sat'.
11 TETZE
27
Sun.
12
28
Mon.
13
29
Tues.
14
30
Wed.
15
31
Thurs.
16
Sept. 1
Fri.
17 L. C.
2
Sat'.
18 TAVO
3
Sun.
19
4
Mon.
20
5
Tues.
21
6
Wed.
22
7
Thurs.
23
8
Fri.
24 L. C.
9
Sat:.
25 NITZABIM
Cemetery Memorial Service 10
Sun.
26 SELICHOTH
11
Mon.
27
12
Tues.
28
13
Wed.
29 Eve of Rosh Hashonah 5700
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
RAINBOW GRILL
“Jacksonville's Rendezvous
GEORGE LAM BOS, Mgr.
TASTY FOODS
16 E. Forsyth Sts. Ph. 5-9347
TELEPHONE
5-3900
FOR ICE
Independent Ice Co.
“Service That Satisfies
Becker’s
Kosher Market and Delicatessen
Wholesale and Retail
MEATS
Kosher Food Products
3.0238 — PHONES — 3-0329
209 BROAD STREET
DUE TO THE CLOSING OF
THE TIN SHOP OF S. B. HUBBARD CO.
MR. S. S. KING
is now located with
SAYERS TIN SHOP
130 W. Bay St.
Phone 5-4471
A Vegetable Product For
Mayonnaise and All
Cooking Purposes
BEST WISHES FOR THE YEAR
TOM BOYD
Plumbing - Heating - Repairing
1616 WALNUT ST. PHONE 5-2773
DITVAL LAUNDRY
and
Zoric Dry Cleaners
HATS FACTORY REFINISHED
EXPERT DYEING
Phone 5-3 150
9th and Walnut Sts.
Season's Greetings
Jacksonville Bottle Supply Co.
SAM DATZ
GLASS CONTAINERS
Of All Descriptions
I 103 North Myrtle Avenue
Complete Landscape Service
DAVID SZONN NURSERY
Azaleas, Roses, Palms, and Other Shrubbery
Concrete Garden Furniture and Fish Pools
4260 HERSCHELL ST.
PHONE 2-1483
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Aetna Life Insurance Co. 41
All-S'tate Pipe Supply Co. 28
Alpine Dairy 33
American Bakeries Co. 42
American Laundry .... 9
American Poultry 67
Amoco 8
Ansin Shoe Manufacturing Co 69
Armour & Company 69
Arpen, J. H., D'airy Farm 45
Ascutney Shoe Corp 34
Atkins, W. P. 19
Atlantic Ice & Coal Co. 1
Atlas Restaurant 69
Attwood’s 64
Bagaley Juvenile Theatre 63
Baker, John D 28
Balter, M 31
Barker & I) we lie, Inc. 34
Barnes, M. C 39
Barrett Food Products 67
Bartley Coffee Co 27
Becker’s Kosher Market 73
Begal’s Kosher Restaurant 25
Belote, W. Howard 34
Berney’s Restaurant 71
Blume, George C. 27
Bohon, R. L 25
Bo-Kay Perfume Co. 34
Bond-Ilowed Lumber Co.
Inside Back Cover
Bono Cleaners & Dyers 31
Bonacker, Holt & Acosta, Inc. 63
Booth, Lee 34
Boyd, James R., Jr. 61
Boyd, Tom 73
Brash-Sanderson 1
Brilliant Bros. Co 68
Brownett', Frank H 69
Brown, David, Shoe Co. 71
Bryant, Frank 32
Builders Products Co. 65
California Fur and Hat Woiks 63
Capitol Theatre 23
Chapman Realty Co. 68
Charley’s Bakery 28
Charlie’s Texaco Station 37
Chepenik and Sons 38
Churehwell, J. H., and Co 3
Churngold 82
Cloverdale Dairy 37
Collins, Clyde, Inc 79
Colonial Oil Co .« 83
Commander and Co. 65
Consolidated Tea Co., Inc 30
Cravey, W. H. 62
Criterion Barber Shop 19
Crosse & Blackwell Co., The 6
Curty and Oak 38
Cunningham, John A., and Co
Inside Back Cover
Dahl Wall Paper & Paint Co. 30
Daley, J. J. Co., Inc 55
E'avid Szonn Nursery 73
Daylight Markets 8
Delcher Bros Storage Co. 8
Dennis Printing Co. 50
Diamond, Abe 41
Dixie Awning Co 83
EVixie-Portland Flour Co 8
Dixie Disrtibuting Co. 17
Domestic Laundry 69
Doney, Joe 38
Dowling, Dr. Heywood 38
Drew and Co 74A
Duval Carpet & Linoleum Co. 44
Duval Laundry 73
Eagle Laundry 70
Economy Cab Company 3
Educator 2
Eelbeck 75
Eisner’s 55
Farris and Co 74A
Faulkner, N. A. & Co 71
Harry Finkelstein Co. 17
Federal Bake Shop 27
Fillingham Brothers 28
First & Main Package Store 7
Five Point Dry Cleaners 18
Fleming and Gerrits 64
Florida Funeral Home 84
Florida Fruit and Produce 67
Florida Ice & Coal 39
Florida Ice Machine Corp 71
Florida Pipe Supply Co 64
Foley Lumber Co 74A
Foremost Dairies, Inc. 37
Forest Pharmacy 17
Frances Marion S'hoppe, Inc. 55
Freel, S. A., Inc 81
French Novelty Shop 66
French Mirror Plate Glass Co. 72
Frederick V. Wienecke 82
Frieseke, Harry 70
Galinsky, Samuel 30
Gate City Linen Supply Co 66
Gill & Mulholland 72
G.ddstein, S. L
Goldstein, Julius & Sons
Good Luck
Golder, E. G. Co.
63
68
78
79
Gooding, Mack D. 47
Gordon, Bob 49
Great Southern Trucking Co. 75
Greene & Erskine Brokerage Co 50
Greene, Ray 39
Gregory, J. M. 69
Greig, James 34
Greyhound Cleaners 18
Griffin Electric Co. 55
Guipponi, P. 72
Hardage & Williams 21
Harry’s Men’s Shop 64
Haverty Furniture Co 41
Hedrick and Whitney Co. 17
Hildebrand V. & Sons 75
Himble, J. 0 31
Hindin, Harry 26
Hinson’s School of Dancing 33
Established 1920
INDEPENDENT DRUG CO.
205 WEST BAY STREET
"OUR POLICY - TO SAVE YOU MONEY"
Prescriptions Drugs Toiletries
WE DELIVER AT CUT PRICES
PHONE 5-0183 FOR PROMPT SERVICE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
NEW YORK STAR RAKERY
(Incorporated)
QUALITY BAKERS
SPECIALISTS IN RYE and PUMPERNICKLE
151 E. Eighth St. Telephone 5-6304
S. WEISS
A. WEISS
Seventy-four
By Patronizing Our Advertisers You Are Financially Helping the Center

Hobart Mfg. Go 29
Hopkins, A. C 26
Hollywood Studio 71
Hubbard, S'. B. Co 72
Hygenics Products Co. 27
Imeson, Thos. C. Insurance Co 65
.Independent Drug Co 74
Independent Ice Co. 73
Independent Laundry 26
Jax American, The 63
Jacksonville, City 76
Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 1
Jax-Maid Baking Co 6
Jacksonville Bottle Supply Co. 73
Jacksonville Gas Company 10
Jacksonville Ginter Box Co. 41
Jacksonville Marine Supply 29
Jacksonville Paper Co. 75
Jax Public Library 34
Jacksonville Steam Laundry 30
Jacksonville Tile Co. 82
Jenks Restaurant' 4
Johnson Lumber Supply Co 64
Jones, P. C. Lumber Co. 27
Jones, Fred G 19
Jones and Griffin 31
Joyner, Leroy 46
Keene Company ... 33
Kenny, C. D. & Co. 20
Knauer’s Hardware Co 20
Knight Bros. Paper Co 74B
Kosher Zion Sausage Co. 67
Kraft 81
Labry Brokerage Co. 27
Langer-Lippman Co. 69
Lapinsky, Jacob 45
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Leak Printing Co. 44
Lindell’s Boot Shop 47
Lino Food Co. 32
Lipton’s Tea 49
Logan Coal & Ice Co. 3
Logan, Roy, Shoe Co. 20
Long, John A 25
Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. 80
Lovett’s Groceterias 47
Lucas Radiator Works 27
Lucielle Shop 27
Lumar’s 19
Lyons Dry Cleaners 49
Maine Lunch
Main Street Pharmacy
Mallard, J. B
Mallett, J. H
Maloney, Major
Manischevitz Matzoh Co
Marshall, R. C.
Marshall & Spencer Co
Mason Lumber Company
McCall Coai Co.
McCall, T. F., Jr
McCormick’s Tea
McGiffin Coal Co
Mcllhenny Company
Meischner, Roy
Meyerhoff, Mrs
Mendelson Printing Co.
Meredith, C. H
Merlin’s
Merrill, James C
Merritt Brown Co.
Meyer Fish & Produce Co. .
Mitchell, Lester W
Moed’s Transfer & Storage Co.
Monticello Drug Co
Motor Transit Co.
. 70
. 72
66
. 39
47
74B
. 33
. 34
. 64
. 5
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78
64
80
25
. 32
82
27
31
61
R.R
71
20
17
32
65
Moyer Marble & Tile Co. 27
Mueller’s 36
N & L Auto Parts Co. 44
National Cash Register Co. 30
National Container Corp 65
National Grocery & Tobacco Co. 63
Nestle’s Beauty Shop 53
New Orleans Import Co., Inc. 79
New Way Poultry Co. 62
New York Bakery 74
New York Laundry
Inside Back Cover
Nobbs Insurance - 70
Nussbaum & Sons 22
Ostner, Wm. A. 65
Orange-Crush Co. 65
O’Steen, M. F. & Son - 23
Orkin Exterminating Co. 32
Oberdorfer, Max N 5
Painter’s Poultry 49
Palmer Appliance Co. 33
Paul’s Groceteria 72
Pearl Street Pharmacy 35
Penick-Ford Co. 50
People’s Pawn Shop 22
Pepsi-Cola 45
Perdue Office Furniture Co. 20
Perkins, Ross and Co 67
Permenter Auto Supply 65
Phillips and Son Dairy 8
Fillsbury’s 75
Pilot Shoe Co . 70
Pound, Joe 33
Powers, Frank D., Co 7
Price, Emory H. 66
Progress Furniture Co. 65
We Wish Our Jewish Friends A Happy New Year
Lithographers — Engravers — Stationers
Office Equipment and Supplies
Engineering and Art Supplies
22-50 W. Bay St. Phone 5-1500
COMPLIMENTS
of
FARRIS & COMPANY
BEEF AND PORK PACKERS
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
SEASON’S GREETINGS
FOLEY LUMBER CO.
A
Complete Builders' Supplies
36+h and Main Sts. Phone 5-0647
COMPLIMENTS
of
HARRY HUMPHRIES
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE
Wheati es
Bisquick
Kix
Gold Medal Flour
Your Whole-hearted Support of Our Advertisers Is Appreciated By the Center.
Seventy-four-A

Pruitt Tire Co.
Purcell’s
Pyroal
i/^LZEctorij oj- c^fclvzrtLizxs.
32 Seashole Funeral Parlors
47 Inside Front Cover
79 Seminole Hotel 38
Quality Oil 2
Rainbow Grill
Rambach, E. & Co.
Redavat's, H. J.
Reddick, S. C.
Reily, B. Wim., Inc.
73
30
47
63
80
Reynolds, F. J. 79
Ridgell Furniture Co 32
Rieker’s Dairy 51
Ripley, Joseph 34
Ripley, Wayne E. 28
Rivers Lumber Co 74B
Riverside Ice Co 50
Robin’s Liquor Stores 1
Rokeach & Sons, Inc. 29
Rose Awning Shop 28
Rosser, Harwood Inc 27
Royal Crown Bottling 9
Rubin Bros. Footwear, Inc. 68
Rubin Iron Work, Inc. 29
Safer’s Kosher Market 26
Safety Cabs, Inc 72
Sam’s Liquor Stores 69
46
52
51
73
70
83
Sandwich Inn
Satchwell and Joseph
Sauer’s Vanilla and Spices
Sayers Tin Shop
Saxe Bros Co.
Schevitz, L and Co.
Setzer’s Stores 3
Seven-Up Bottling Co. 52
Seybold Baking Company 81
S'hapiro, A. 68
Sinclair Oil Company 3
Silver Dollar Bar 67
Simpson, Clude H 63
Simpson, Van B. Mattress Co. 54
Smith & Neil Co. 71
Snow’s Auto Laundry 28
Southern Dairies 29
Southern Pine Chemical Co 22
Southern Monument Co.
Back Cover
Spanish Restaurant 66
Sparks Theatres 35
S'pottswood, Jack 30
Springfield Window Shade Co 28
St. John, A. H. 52
Suttles, N. 1). 19
Sweat, Rex 68
Swift & Co. 73
Samuel Taylor Co. 54
Szonn, David, Nursery 73
Table Supply Stores 41
Taylor, Samuel C. Co 54
Tetley Tea Co. 52
Thomas, Earl 19
Tillotson, Jack 27
Tire Mart 52
Toimberlin Distributing Co. 33
Thompson, E. H. Co 37
Tonissen, Dr. 38
Towers Hardware Co 66
Trubshaw, Harry I. 26
Tupper Coal Co. 20
Ulsch, P. M. (Pop) 52
Universal Manufacturing Co. 53
Upchurch, Dr. Noble A. 25
Vallie Barber Shop 54
Valz, Fred M 25
Vanity Shoppe 71
Virginia Paper Co 70
Vivian’s Reducing Salon 19
Wagner Beer & Ale 6
Walsh, Joseph H. Co 36
Walker’s Austex Chile Co 78
Washburn-Crosby Mills 74B
White’s Pure Honey 67
Wienecke, Frederick V 82
Wilkerson-Martin 52
Witten, Max 29
Windsor Hotel 33
Wrigley Art Engraving Co 77
Wolf’s Little Folk’s Shop 26
Ye Bon Ton Bakery 71
Young, Jack, Shoe Co 74B
Zoll, Walter 69
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
JACK YOUNG SHOE CO.
BOSTON, MASS
Ask Your Dealer For
dr it sail rr
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Manufactured by i&nigijt |PrO£>* CtK Jacksonville, Fla.
OUR SINCERE WISHES TO YOU FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
from
"THE HOME OF SERVICE AND QUALITY"
R. I RIVERS LUMBER COMPANY
LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS
Manufacturing Plant and Retail Yard — West Beaver and King Streets
R. J. RIVERS, JR.. President and Manager P. O. BOX 2261 TELEPHONE 5-4720
Seventy-four-B
Make If Your Dufy To Cooperate with Our Advertisers

EG LBECK
Pillsbury’s Family of Foods
Pillsbury Best, The Balanced Flour
The Freshest
Pillsbury Sno-Sheen Cake Flour
Pillsbury Baby Face Farina
MEAL and GRITS
Pillsbury Cake Flour
SOLD IN FLORIDA
Pillsbury Pancake Buckwheat Flour
Pillsbury Wheat Bran
Pillsbury Hominy Grits
IN SANITARY PACKAGES
Pillsbury White Corn Meal
Pillsbury Yellow Corn Meal
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
from the
GREAT SOUTHERN TRUCKING CO.
1961 CLARKSON ST. Jacksonville, Florida PHONE 5-4250
OUR SINCEREST WISH IS FOR A
BEST WISHES FROM
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
V. Hildebrand & Sons
From
Dinsmore, Florida
George G. Robinson
PRODUCERS OF
R. A. Fleming
M. 1. (Honey Boy) Clements
Grade A Raw and Pasteurized
L. U. Jones
MILK !
Representing
JACKSONVILLE PAPER CO.
Daily Deliveries To All Parts of the City
“A Dependable Paper House
PHONE DINSMORE 4
KINDLY PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
Seventy-five

★ Better light will sell more goods. Eye appeal that attracts
buyers is possible only if merchandise is displayed so cus¬
tomers can see it. More light means more profit and mod¬
ern stores are quickly availing themselves of this new sales
tool. Light is a supreme medium for attracting attention
and for arousing interest. It is a flexible sales help that can
be worked into store fronts to attract customers into a store
by day and to advertise its location by night. It is adapt¬
able to the interior display of merchandise and can be
made a compelling sales force. Phone 5-0731 for complete
information regarding the New Inducement Lighting Rate
.. . effective October 1st.
Get a Free
Lighting Test
To know how efficient your
lighting is, let us send you a
lighting enqineer to make a
free test of your store and ex¬
plain the new rate. Sugges-
CIXY
o^Ueparimenl
tions will be made without
obligation.
Phone 5-0731
See Your Equipment Dealer or Electrical Contractor
KINDLY PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS

See
Us
For
Your
w
IE N GRAY INC WORE
We Can Offer You the Best in
* QUALITY
* PRICE
•SERVICE
We Make
ZINC ETCHINGS
ZINC HALFTONES
COPPER HALFTONES
AND COLOR PLATES
RIGLEy
17 SOUTH LAURA STREET
W
Phone 5-7903
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Make It Your Duty To Cooperate With Our Advertisers
Seventy-!

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KKOt
RawUn
You II quickly see why our guests praise this tea
which we serve at Ye Olde McCormick Tea
House. Rich, mellow, satisfying, its wonderful
flavor improves any meal. It s a favorite iced or
hot. Ask your grocer for:
McCORMICKS TEA
Pep
Up
Your
Meals
With
Government
Inspected
Quality
Walker’s Austex
Chile, Tamal es
and
MEXENE
Chile Powder
Good Housekeeping Approved
WALKER'S AUSTEX CHILE CO.
AUSTIN, TEXAS
Only ONE
DATED
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Serve
PENNY DRINKS
Makes One Quart Delicious Flavored Fruit Drinks
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CLYDE COLLINS, INC.
MEMPHIS, TENN.
If You Want —
Clean Healthy Gums
Use Pyroal as a Cleansing
Mouth Wash!
YOU will be delighted with the
lasting effects of a clean re-
Pyroal is a most pleasant—most
freshed feeling in your mouth-
effective deodorant. Let Pyroal
help you keep your mouth clean
and healthy.
Pyroal Is Most Economical
Ask your druggist for Pyroal today
PYROAL
ConIcei^trated
Pyroal Company
ATLANTA. GEORGIA
USE
REX and CREOLE PURE
GROUND SPICES
and
CREOLE BIRD SEED
IMPORTED AND PACKED ONLY
BY
New Orleans Import Co., Inc.
New Orleans, La.
F. J. REYNOLDS
JAX REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ABOVE PRODUCTS
It Gives Us Great Pleasure to Congratulate Our Friends and the Members of
5 the Jacksonville Jewish Center on Their 35th Anniversary
s>
IJ
IE. ©,. ©OLDER? CO.
I
"THE PIONEER FUEL OIL SERVICE OF JACKSONVILLE"
1
Established 1905
I
FUEL OIL FOR STOVES AND OIL BURNERS
I
j 2329 Boulevard Phone 5-0426
j Our Many Years of Service to the People of Jax Is Your Assurance of Prompt and Efficient Service
Your Whole-hearted Support of Our Advertisers Is Appreciated Dy tho Confer
Seventy-

SAY, PARTNER, WE
CERTAINLY DISAPPEAR
FAST AT MEALS...AND
IN-BETWEEN MEALS,TOo!
RIGHTO! ...THATS
BECAUSE WE HAVE AN UN
USUAL FLAVOR...DUE TO
THAT SECRET WHEAT¬
BLENDING PROCESS.1
S lightly
'jA.LT ED
ACKERS
THE THOUSAND WINDOW BAKERIES
luzianne/
COFFEE LI
lOO^Good
T-A-B-A-S-C-0
THE SAUCE SUPREME
MORNING- With your breakfast eggs. A few drops of Tobasco
make a good egg better.
NOON - Try Tabasco on your mashed potatoes — you’ll be
surprised at the new appetizing flavor.
NIGHT- To stimulate a lagging appetite, a drop or two of
Tabasco on buttered crackers or thin toast squares
is more zestful than a cocktail.
McILHENNY COMPANY
Avery Island, Louisiana
ASK YOUR GROCER
for
Use Just Halt As Much Luzianne to the Cup
ECONOMICAL TO USE
MORE HEALTHFUL FOR YOUR FAMILY
VALUABLE OCTAGON LUZIANNE COUPONS
A certficate worth 3 Octagon coupons is packed in each
pound can. Save coupons for valuable premiums. Your
religious and charitable organizations are probably col¬
lecting these coupons to be redeemed for cash.
YOUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Try a full pound of Luzianne — unless you find that
it lives up to every promise we make for it', unless,
in fact, you like it well enough to buy the second pound
your grocer will refund your money. You are the sole
judge.
WM. B. REILY & CO., Inc.
Importers of
COFFEES AND TEAS
New Orleans, La., U. S. A.
Sunshine Krispy Crackers are the crispest, flaki¬
est crackers on American dinner tables ... They m
bring you economy without sacrificing quality!
LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT COMPANY
IN THE BIG BLUE AND WHITE PACKAGE
Eighty
Show Your Appreciation to Our Advertisers By Giving Them Your Patronage.

*
1
¡ MIRACLE-WHIP
\ SALAD DRESSING
Fall ¡s the time to get
I back your old pep —
by eating lots of crisp,
succulent salads. Have
I a Salad every day.
Genuine
PHILADELPHIA
Cream Cheese
A Salad Topnotcher !
! GREETINGS FROM
I JAa efJt
¡ thing, in
¡ tauj-n!
i Southern
I MILK
Bread
SEYBOLD BAKING COMPANY
• NEW NUCOA !
• KEEBLER CRACKERS
!
• SHEFFORD'S CHEESES j
• BREAD & BUTTER PICKLES j
• HELLMANN'S ¡
MAYONNAISE
• GRASS' PURE EGG !
NOODLES
JACKSONVILLE
TAMPA MIAMI
KINDLY PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
Eighty-one

Best Wishes For a Peaceful New Year
We Appreciate arid Solicit Jewish Business
CONTRACTORS and DEALERS in
TILE — TERRAZZO — MARBLE — RUBBER — ASPHALT FLOOR
JACKSONVILLE TILE CO
CARL V. CESERY. Pres.
Phone 5-5998
N. C. JENSEN, Sec. & Trees.
3 16 Riverside Ave.
WISHING OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAVE COUPONS FOR VALUABLE PREMIUMS
Best Wishes For a Happy and Prosperous New Year
To My Jewish Clients and Friends
FREDERICK V. WIENECKE
"Anything in Real Estate
u
407 Graham Bldg. 13 15 Hubbard St.
Phone 5-5014 Phone 5-8969-R
Attractive
SI
PHONE
5=4310
M. GHELERTER
T III M G
. . . adds to the sales
va lue 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.
Mendelson Printing Co.
756 WEST ADAMS
JACKSONVILLE
Compliments of
rtem
4*—”•
Eighty-two
MENTION THE YEAR BOOK WHEN PURCHASING FROM THESE ADVERTISERS

Best Wishes For A
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
INDEPENDENCE for the Independent and
I Thrifty Buyer and You Don't Have to Be a
Magician to Cut Your Operating Cost on Your
Motor Car.
HERE'S THE WAY TO DO IT!
USE
COLOlUt 76 GflSOLIflE
The Modern Super Octane (Anti-Knock)
PURE GASOLINE
No Lead or Other Artificial Substitutes
For Anti-Knock Rating
GUARANTEED FIRST GRADE
and
Above In Every Specification
Distributed by
The South's Largest Independent and
Home Owned Oil Company
COLONIAL OIL COMPANY
Terminals and Office—Commodores Point
Dealers:
“BUY AT HOME”
ABDULLAH SERVICE Union and Market
WATTS SERVICE 668 N. Myrtle Ave.
McWATERS SERVICE Lee and State
76 SERVICE 16th and Pearl
SMITH SERVICE Third and Florida Ave.
76 SERVICE Panama Park at Main
HUFF SERVICE (S. Jax) _____ ¡124 San Marco
| HUFF-SPEAKER SERVICE _ _ _ 1124 Kings Ave.
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
from the Manufacturers of
Pure Port Oxford Ceder
VENETIAN BLINDS
and
AWNINGS
QíkLz
Awning & Venetian Blind Company
J. W. Harrow, Manager
485 RIVERSIDE AVE.
PHONE 5-1549
HAPPY NEW YEAH
fro
IIL. SCHEVITZ CO).
205 BROAD ST.
4
Distributors for
PITTSBURG
Paints - Varnishes - Brushes
Wall-hide, Sun-Proof Paints
ORDERS DELIVERED
PHONE 5-2315
Your Whole-hearted Support of Our Advertisers Is Appreciated By tho Center.
Eighty-three

1
5-6625 -- Phones -- 5-6626
J. W. McEWEN
Personnel
A. W. RUUS
HENRY HERZENBERG
Our Sincere Wishes For
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
OCEAN AND MONROE STREETS
Eighty-four
Practice Your Loyalty to the Center By Cooperating with Our Advertisers

SOUTH'S FINEST CLEANERS
send us your
Suits, Dresses, Coats, Hats, Furs, Draperies, Rugs
Certified Cold Fur Storage
MEW YORK 1IL A UJ MDRY
MIRZA RUG CLEANING — ARROW ZORIC DRY CLEANING
Liberty and Forsyth Streets Phone 5-6115
FLORIDA'S OLDEST Home Owned Complete Home Furnishing
Store
invites your patronage
FURNITURE RUGS DRAPERIES
CHINA SILVERWARE RADIOS
AND GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION
Forsyth, Corner Broad
Phone 5-0382
]AX BORN
JAX OWNED
]AX MANAGED
WISHING OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Bond-Howell Lumber Co.
//
When Buying
LUMBER — BUILDING MATERIAL — PAINT
HARDWARE — SASH and DOORS
Think of Your Friends
Office and Plant
600 East 8th Street
Phones 5-3488—5-3489—5-3490
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

MONUMENTS
RO Si; NO ARTEN
Granite
Marble
4500 Main Stree
OUR WORKMANSHIP IS UNSURPASSED
• . - •
Phone 5-8429
OUR PRICES REASONABLE
...
• - »«"■ l ;
Mp3?*'
‘‘We ara pleased:to recommend thojwprk of the Southern .Monument Company to the members of the Jacksonville
fewish Centerâ–  Mr. Charles Speer, president, has cooperated at all times with the Cemetery Committee by erecting
only monuments of the finest workmanship and which conform to our regulations.’
— MAX RUBIN, Chin., Cemetery Comm. j
m. ■. ’ f-- -
—~ — — — i
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"
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
To Perpetuate the Memory of Your Loved Ones

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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JACKSONVILLE JEWISH CENTER YEARBOOK
1938/39



YEAR BOOK
35 th Anwxat
Qileetoky, and QaiendaA
Tifón eSbiED ¡TÉ;'?
1938-39