The Southern Israelite
With Our Correspondents
The regular meeting of the Daugh
ter* of Abraham was held at the
home of Mrs. W. Aaron* of Screven,
The Jacksonville chapter of Hadas
sah entertained with a benefit card
party Wednesday afternoon, February
20th at the Jacksonville Jewish Cen
More than 25 tables were reserved
for thi* occasion. The winner of high
score at each table was presented an
attractive gift. A cut prize was also
Following the awarding of prizes a
refreshment course was served.
Mrs. S. L. Blattner, Mrs. Morris H.
Witten, Mr*. Maurice Hammerman
and Mr*. Fred Meyerheim were in
charge of arrangements.
Mr. I T. Cohen of Atlanta, and Mr.
Sam Moog of Augusta, were in Val
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gilmore of Way-
cross, spent the week-end in Moultrie,
as the guests of their children Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Pearlman.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pearlman of Val
dosta, 8 pent Sunday visiting their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Isaacson,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Freidlander, and
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Pearlman, of
Misses Libbye and Frances Mazo,
Libbye, Gilmore, Dora Warshawsky,
Helen Weiser, and Messrs. Julius Gil
more, Harry and Ben Bennett, of
Waycross, attended the Greenberg-
Garber wedding at Gainesville, Fla.
At the recent meeting of the Jew
Bu Lee Club, of Thomasville, the fol
lowing officers were re-elected: Mr.
Harry Goldstein, President, and Mr.
Herman Rosenberg, Secretary and
Members of the Hebrew Junior
Iveague entertained with a George
Washington birthday dance Thursday
night at the Jacksonville Jewish
By Ida Belle Coplan
A date long to be remembered is
February 25th, when the Racket Club
entertained with their annual dance
at the Volunteers Armory. The hall
was elaborately decorated, and two or
chestras, Georgians and Pilots, fur
nished the music from ten until four
o’clock, after which the guests ad
journed to the New York Cafe for an
early breakfast. About four hundred
guests from all parts of Georgia and
a few Eastern cities were present at
the affair. For the visitors who ar
rived Sunday, a “get-together” was
given at the Golf Club Country home,
and those remaining over until Tues
day were entertained in the Oriole
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dannenberg an
nounce the birth of a daughter.
Mrs. Henry Hirsch of Atlanta was
the recent visitor of Miss Clarice
Of much interest throughout the
South is the announcement of the
marriage of Miss Rosalyn Kuhr to
Mr. Stanley Elkan of this city, the
wedding having taken place at the
home of the bride’s parents in Savan
Mrs. Arnold Hirsch of Birmingham
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. McMillian.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Goldman have re
turned from a trip to New York.
The benefit bridge of the Ladies’
Auxiliary was held at the home of
Mrs. Lutsky with about 25 guests
present. After several rounds of
bridge, refreshments were served.
Miss Lesser of Boston was a recent
visitor here. She is nationally known
as a great Hadassah worker. A din
ner was given in her honor at the
Mr. J Turner, whose condition
greatly improved, has returned f rr
Mrs. Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. P Gin
berg, and Joe Cuba of Atlanta motor
ed down recently to spend the dav
with Miss Miriam Tenenbaum at W P -
Mrs. M. Lutsky is spending several
days in Miami as the guest of her son
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lut
Mr. and Mrs. A. Fogel recently
had as their guests their mother
Mrs. S. Isenberg of Gordon, and aunt
Mrs. Cohen of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Snyder have re
turned from a buying trip to New
The Junior Hadassah, which recent
ly organized here, gave their first af
fair in the form of a card party at
the Eagel’s Club. Miss Bessie Lutsky
is president of the local chapter and
Mrs. S. Rubin is general advisor.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kaplan and
Pearl Kaplan have returned from a
trip to Camden.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Spielberger mo
tored down to spend the week-end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Cop
Mr. Milford Putzel is spending sev
eral days in Miami, having gone down
for the Stribling-Sharkey fight.
JAILED FOR REFUSING TO
SHAVE BEARD, HE EMERGES
WITH NEW BEARD
Rabbinic Student Perists, Asks Prime
Minister for Permission
Warsaw (J. T. A.)—Having spent
four months in military prison for
refusal to obey his superior’s order
to shave his beard, in accordance with
army regulations, Hirsch Frenkel,
Rabbinic student of Tarnopol emerged
from prison today with a new beard.
Frenkel faced his beard problem all
over again when he rejoined his regi
ment and declared with the same de
termination which brought him be
fore the military court which sentenc
ed him to jail that he cannot, on con
science, violate the Biblical injunction
against shaving his beard.
The sergeant ordered him to app'^ai
in line cleanshaven, but the Rabbinic
student addressed a new petition to
the military authorities and to Prime
Minister Bartel to grant him permis
sion to keep his beard.
THE AUTHENTIC LITERA
TURE OF ISRAEL. Elizabeth Czar-
nomska. MacMillan & Company. Ross
Avenue & Akard Street. Dallas, Tex
The books of the Old Testament are
composed in great part of clippings
taken from four or five documents
which were in the possession of its
This work reveres this process, by
rearranging these detached frag
ments into an approach to the origi
nal homogeneous documents and
makes it possible to discover the gen
eral points of view current in the age
of Hebrew history which produced
each one of them.
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