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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 5, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 per year it you let the people know they can act intelligently the Lewish to wuss in Vioni o it Ian opinion Indiana Fdl tion Raj a a e ifte7 application for additional entry at new York. New York is pending it Ltd Vii >9 r i Lda i april of 1957 second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis. Indiana Ollie Xii a no. Of judge journalist at federation dinner monday Kasle and sons Rolls tops b Nai b Rith Bowling league this games and lost 28. They had the j. In its j. Kasle and sons team placed first in tie by Nai by Rith Bowling league which ended its season last sunday after 27 weeks of competitive games at town and country. J. Kasle and sons won 53 Temple sisterhood schedules ballot election of officers will be on the Agenda when the Temple sisterhood Flower Guild meets at 9 30 . Till 2 . Thursday april 11. At the White Cross service Center. 1701 Boulevard pm. The nominating committee. Headed by mrs. Meyer s. Efroymson will present the Fol lowing slate president mrs. Abe Klapper first vice president. Mrs. David Miller second vice president. Mrs. Joseph Rubin third vice president mrs. Gertrude Kline. Treasurer. Mrs. Abe Fleig recording Secretary mrs. David Maurer corresponding Secretary. Mrs. David Steinberg. Work chairman. Mrs. Gertrude Kline publicity chairman. Mrs. Max l. Thon hospitality. Mrs. Minnie Black. It. Weiner passes Ohio state bar it. Charles Weiner son of or. And mrs. Herman Weiner 3136 Broadway a. Successfully completed the Ohio state bar exam a nation and has Boon formally admitted to the practice of Law in that state on March 28. He had been admitted to the Indiana bar in june 1955. He presently is serving As a judge advocate in the United states air Force at Sewart Ait Force base Tenn. His tour of duty will end july 8. Winning Streak from the begin Ning. The team consists of Jack Posner Sam Shorr. Irv Epstein Morris Mitchell. Sid Fineberg and Julie Maltzman. Second place was taken by Fred Shuchman and co., with 50 games won and 31 lost. A. Edward mantel and co. Came third with 442 and 36xk. The l e a i i n g individual Bowler in the City league is Jack Posner. Whose average for the season is 181. The second and third individuals came close. Gerry Rapoport averaged 180.7 Over Mort Tabels 180.6. The High team single Gam rolled was 952 actual by j. Kasle and sons. This represents an average of better than 190 a Man. The High team single with Handicap was played by Aaron Rubin with 1.079. Morris Mitchell rolled the High actual single game with 256. Or. A Rie at two meetings David l. Sablosky Louis r Schwartz Leo Selig albeit Shane Bert Sicanoff and or. Weinberger. Professional division co chairmen Are Sigmund j. Beck Alvin Cohen Robert finn Paul Goldstein Joseph h. Greenberg and Samuel j. Mantel. To plan rally mrs. Manuel s. Cassen. General solicitations division chairman. Has called a meeting of a co chairmen for thursday night april 11, at the Home of or. And mrs. Eddie Reich 434 Spring Mill Lane. Plans we ill be formulated for a Gigantic workers rally on tuesday night april 30. Save a life. Saving and rebuilding jewish lives were discussed at the Jef construction and builders division Brunch meeting sunday morning March 24, at the Broadmoor. The builders who heard a stirring talk by Uja speaker Robert Lurie included Myron h. Weinstein David Klain Robert Fisher Milton j. Fineberg Alvin Goldberg Harry cooler Robert Romer Stanley Herman Charles Efroymson jr., Eugene Glick Fred Falender Sidney Izaks William Decklebaum and Allan Selig. In arc speaker in Hoosier tour 0 should jewish agencies concern themselves As a primary function with the civil rights of All minority groups eight jewish communities will consider this with rabbi Eugene j. Lipman director of commission on social action of Reform Judaism under the sponsorship of the Indiana jewish Community relations Council. The series will be launched at an in arc meeting at 8 15 . Sunday april 7, at the Home of or. And mrs. Simon Ackerman. 5311 Washington blvd. Bigwig pow wow Abe Kroot left who is taking an Active part in the fed Erat ion s scrap dealers division discusses with Campaign chairman Sam Schahet plans for a Complete attendance at the special gift meeting monday. Pace setters. The automotive division was the first to go into High gear in the federations trades and professions group. Ready to set the Pace Are left to right front Michael Leventhal Isaac Wolf Uja speaker mrs. Jacob Kesselman and Sam Wolf and left to right backed Clarke Robert Stolkin. Sam Kroot Harold r. Zuckerman Sam Abels and Harold Stolkin. Sex Vienna d. A. Here for Jef the Only jew Ever to be District attorney of Vienna will appear Belo to audiences during the jewish welfare fund Campaign. Or. Manfred a Rie former presiding judge of the austrian state supreme court will speak tuesday night april 9. At a meeting of the merchandising trades division at Home of or. And mrs. Samuel Weinberger. 221 e. 70th st. Or. Arie who is completing a Standard Book of International Law. Will address a dinner meeting of the professional menus division thursday. April 11, at the Broadmoor. M e r c Han dising division co chairmen Are Frank Barnett. Albert s. Calderon Edward m. Dayan Melvin Friedenberg Martin Kochman Phil Levan. Manuel i. Leve David Leavitt. Walter b. Lichtenstein. Also Jack Nelson Ben Paller. Jack Posner leads a judge and a journalist will highlight the annual dinner of the jewish welfare federations special gifts division at 6 30 . Monday april 8. At the Broadmoor country club Robert b. Stolkin chairman announced. The chief magistrate of the courts in the Tel Aviv District judge Emanuel Halevy will address the dinner audience. A also is president of the egyptian immigrants association in Israel. The journalist is or. Ruth Gruber special correspondent for the new York Herald Tribune and a former correspondent of look Magazine. She is the author of a destination Palestine and a Israel without she also was a special representative for president Roosevelt on refugees and served on the United nations special commission on refugees. The dinner is open to the entire jewish Community. For reservations Call me Rosc 4-1811, Extension 54. Born in Beirut Lebanon in 1905, judge Halevy received his Law degree at the University of Paris and began to practice Law before the mixed courts of Egypt in 1932. An Active participant in the zionist movement in Egypt a abandoned his successful Law practice in that country in 1942 and moved to p a 1 e . Halevy was a / \ a i i i by the Manda tory govern Stolkin ment. After the establishment of the state. Judge Halevy was confirmed As a magistrate and Nowr has jurisdiction Over 30 judges in the courts of the Tel Aviv District. He is also president of the Tel Aviv rotary club. Judge Halevy is the son of judge Halevy give now Aaron Yedid Halevy. One of the leaders of the jewish Community of Beirut and the grandson of the late Hahn Moses spirit dial Leader and chief of the Beirut jewish Community Al the turn of the Ventu a. His Mother the late Camilla Aboulafia was a descendant of rav Hania. The re builder of Tiberias and Rishon be Zion chief rabbi of Palestine. Judge Halevy is married and the father of two children. He also studied at the Alliance israelite University and at the american University of Beirut. Proceeds of the emergency Rescue fund which Are sought Over and above the Normal . Campaign needs Are urgently required to provide transportation and resettlement in Israel and other free countries for 100,00o jewish men women and children in flight from tension conflict and persecution in Egypt Hungary North Africa and other lands in Europe and the Middle East

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