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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 2, 1943, Indianapolis, IndianaPassover edition the jewish Post $2.00 per year a Job a vol 11. No. 45 111 u a \ jewry Law Ril 2. 1943 All cities in state represented at organization meeting Here sunday for a state jewish welfare Board army and Navy committee will be formed at the meeting All Day sunday at the Columbia club when representatives of every Community in Indiana will meet to discuss problems in connection with the work with the soldiers stationed in Camps throughout Indiana. Heading the program is Louis Kraft of new York executive director of the National jewish welfare Board mrs. Samuel r. Glo Gower of Detroit chairman of the women a division of the National jewish welfare Board and Charles w. Morris of Louisville chairman of the fifth service command army and Navy committee of the jewish welfare Board which includes four states. Three sessions have been arranged with the morning session at 10 30, the noon luncheon at 1 p. M., and the afternoon session. Public invited to All sessions l. L. Goodman and mrs. J. A. Goodman co chairmen of the meeting have announced that All the sessions Are open to the Public. Reservations should be phoned to Kirshbaum Center Wabash 2401. Reservations received by noon wednesday included or. And mrs. Monroe i. Bing of Anderson rabbi Herman Pollack Meriam Sican off and or. And mrs. Louis Becovitz of Bloomington chaplain Jacob m. Ott of Camp Atterbury or. And mrs. Lyons Weisburg and or. And mrs. Harry Kaplan of Columbus or. And mrs. Howard Weinstein and or. And mrs. F. B. Mervis of East Chicago Maxwell Kaufman mrs Jerome Salm Harry Lowenthal Irwin Weil Louis Marks Leon Weil and Ferd Kluga Evansville. Local Leaden to attend also Harry w. Rosen Joseph Rosenthal and rabbi Irvin a. Weingart of fort Wayne Milton Diamond or. And mrs. Philip Holtzberg and Isidore Levin of Hammond Theodore Dann j. J. Kiser mrs. J. A. Goodman l. L. Goodman h. Joseph Hyman rabbi Maurice Goldblatt Leo Selig and Isidore Feibleman Indianapolis. Also or. And mrs. Nathan Teichart Jasper Andrew Fried Lafayette Leon Adler and Ann Adler Mooresville or. And mrs. Nathan j. Dann and Helen Lamb new Castle or. And mrs. Harry Kaufman Richmond mrs. Henry l. Lowenstein mrs. David Brazy mrs. S. Fisher and mrs. Eli Fink South Bend Maurice Warner mrs. Samuel Warner and mrs. Rosalind Morgan Summitville or. And mrs. Maurice Krasner Vincennes or. And mrs. Bernard Joseph or. And mrs. Mike Joseph and Albert Pokloff Washington ind. The bulk of the reservations Are expected to come in later in the week. Entered As second class matter at the Post office at Indianapolis under the act of March i 1179.zionist ranks to swell As rabbis All on 22 st. Louis congregations to join of st. Louis jewry the first of its kind Ever taken by any Community is expected to bring at one time into the organized zionist ranks the memberships of All orthodox and conservative synagogues in the City and its Vicinity according to an announcement made by or. Israel a Goodman president of the st. Louis zionist organization who initiated this action. Special st. Louis in a unique action marking a new Milestone in the history of st. Louis jewry the leading orthodox and conservative rabbis of this City jointly with the Vaad hair Community Council representing 22 congregations issued a rabbinical edict imposing upon every congregation in the Community a a the sacred duty to join a zionist organization. This significant step by the rabbinical and civic leadership Reba Robinson soloist for recital sunday the second in the series of sunday Organ recitals will be held at 4 p. This sunday at Beth Al Zedeck Temple with Reba Robinson harpist of the Indianapolis symphony orchestra As guest artist. Also on the program besides Evelyn Borofsky Roskin the organist is Judith Wolfert Chodos As Reader. The recital which Drew a goo sized audience last sunday is open to the Public. Samuel Kaplan symphony violins will be the guest artist for next sundays recital. Young women s league makes awards the Young women a league of the United hebrew congregation at a meeting last thursday made awards to miss Reva Naperstick and mrs. Nathan Resnick for their work in making the recent dance a Success. Notice because of mechanical and printing 1 i m i t a t to n s. The passover Issue this year will be published in sections beginning with this week and continuing april 9. Is and possibly 23. Instead of one edition As in past Yean. Hammond shul Sells $110.000 in Bonds special Hammond a ten Day Quot Blit Quot drive by members of the Knesset Israel congregation to sell $100,000 Worth of War Bonds ended this week with the Over subscribed total of $110,000. To be credited to the Hammond contribution for a new . Vincennes. The congregation s Celebration was marked by the dedication of a service Flag and plaque honouring the More than 80 jewish men of Hammond in the service. Among the guests was mrs. Sol Kaplan left above who has four sons Norman. 33 Bernard. 30 Milton. 24, and Eugene 23�?in the army. She is shown with Carl Gabovitch and mrs. Dave Len co chairmen of the Quot Blits Quot Bond says jewish state would affect u. S. Jews by be Irish telegraphic pc nip Pontiac Mich. A addressing Temple Beth Jacob at a ceremony which marked the burning of the mortgage or. Julian Morgenstern president of hebrew Union College declared that should Palestine be granted statehood the status of american jews would immediately change As they would be classed As a a foreigners in the land of their birth. Or. Morgenstern pleaded against intense nationalism declared that Judaism is Universal and is the Cradle of All religions and of True democracy and Justice. Speaking on the topic Quot How to achieve jewish Unity a or. Morgenstern declared that Palestine is not the solution to the jewish problem. He said he doubted that jews in Palestine would Ever be granted statehood and that the physical problem of transporting 2,500,000 jews would prove an almost insurmountable task. He declared however that if the peace Confer ence established a jewish state he would Pray for its Success. Plaque unveiling at Hammond honors 80 jewish servicemen special Hammond a plaque honouring More than 80 jewish youths in the service was unveiled at a ceremony proceeding the Bond drive last sunday. Boy scouts of Whiting troop 9 opened the program with the posting of colors under the direction of Walter Kodicek scoutmaster. The men in the armed services whose names appear on the plaque Are Leo Abrahamson Morris Altman Harry Barton Karl Barton Sam Barton Herman Barton David Friedlander Norman Fogelman Harold Fin Kelstein Donald Stein Louis Finkelstein Edward Feinberg Leo Freedman human Feldman Aaron Gebel sol Goodfriend Charles Goldstein Arthur Greenberg William Greenberg Max Goldblatt Harold Hess Nathan Hess Morris Juster Herbert Kraus Leonard Kraus. Arnold Krause. William Kruskol Sam Kruskol Milton Kanlan nor. Man Kaplan Bertie Kaplan Eugene Kaplan Ben Kaufman Bernard Stein and Henry Klein. James Leopold Leo Lynn Harry Lynn sol Nagdeman. Bernard Marcus Alex Marcus Louis Marcus Harold Morris Michael Mayerovitch Maurice Mavero Vitch Joseph Meyerovitch Sidney Misrach Nathan Natkin Daniel Natkin Isadore Neuman Sidney Ragoven Vernon Rosenbloom Bernard Ross Arnold Ross Archie Ross Milton Silver Harold Silverman Harry Silverman Seymour Silverman Joe Stein Herbert Schlesinger Robert Schlesinger Frank Schneider David Stern Philip Stern Bernard Sosin Lou Sosin Saul Sosin Oscar Schrago Allan Sla Vin Alex Smith Max Smith Raymond Tauber Leonard Tapper Morris Waxman Joe Wax Man Alex Winer Jordan Werner Richard Weiss Jerome Yalo Witz Seymour Zlotnick Herman Zweiban and Sigmund Choice is deplored by Jezriah telegraphic Agency Washington a groups concerned with aiding jewish and other refugees from nazi occupied territories to find havens in Allied or Neutral countries expressed disappointment this week at the announcement that the forthcoming Anglo american refugee conference is to be held in Bermuda instead of Ottawa the site orgin ally suggested by Secretary of state Cordell Hull in his note to the British government. These interested groups feel that the conference will be less subject to Public pressure in Ber. Muda since it will be difficult for delegations and reporters to go there and also that the shift from Ottawa lessens the or Speets for collaboration by the Canadian government since a meeting on Canadian soil might have encouraged the Dominion to receive refugees. America Lodge to meet april 7�?america Lodge has completed plans for the group meeting to be held at the Odd Fellows Hall on april 4. The next regular meeting of the organization will be held in the Beth Al solarium on wednesday april 7. Women s club. Sisterhood to meet wednesday a the jewish women a club will meet at 8 p. Wednesday. April 7 with mrs. David Ein and the Beth Al sisterhood will hold its next regular luncheon meeting at 1 p. M wednesday april 7 Perley comes Back to state As chaplain rabbi Martin Perley. Executive Secretary of the Leon n. Levi memorial Hospital association. Hot Springs ark., who was director of the Indiana University Hillel foundation preceding rabbi Herman Pollack. Will arrive this week end at it. Benjamin Harrison where he will take Over his new duties As jewish chaplain. Rabbi Perley graduated this week from the chaplain s school at Harvard University. In hot Springs rabbi Perley was also spiritual Leader of congregation House of Israel
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