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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 12, 1946, Indianapolis, IndianaOr the jewish Post or vol. 14 a no. 15 Friday april 12 ,1946 entered to Mcmond Alaji matter at the Poat Ottoa 99 at Indiana poll under the act of marcal�7f. Is Indianapolis voted to raise half million for United Feivish appeals a is aim i Evy vice run incan of the joint distribution committee is shown As he addressed the City s leaders monday nig tit at Broadmoor. Left to right at the speakers table Are Morris Goodman mrs. J. A. Gimelman Julian Freeman Henry Montor Samuel Mueller or. I Evy i l. Ohlman Gug Efroymson All it Ert s. Coldstein and Sidney c Ahn. Or. Efroymson made the motion to increase the quota the additional $100.000. City accepts $500,000 goal after Appeal by Montor chairmen for $500,000 drive to head local Cam Taip for . Are announced Julian Freeman and Monis Goodman co chairmen of the local . Drive for $500,000, this week announced the following fund chairmen l. L. Goodman special gifts menus division mrs. J. A. Goodman chairman of the women a division mrs. Charles Efroymson. Chairman of special gifts women a division. Serving with her As co chairmen Are mesdames _ Herman Chalfie Sultan Cohen and Max Selig. David Cook is chairman of individual gifts menus division with Marshall Sherman and Marc Wolf co chairmen. Mrs. Max Selig will be chairman of individual gifts women a division. Mrs. Harold i. Platt is co chairman. Theodore Dann and Manuel Leve Are co chairmen of Trade and professional groups. Publicity chairman is Louis d. Young with Harry s. Joseph acting As coordinator. Division and group chairmen form the executive steering committee on which Samuel Mueller president of the jewish welfare fund and Sidney Cahn executive director Are serving sex Otil Cio. Mueller re elected by welfare fund Samuel Mueller was re elected president of the jewish welfare fund for the coming year at a recent meeting. Other officers elected Are Julian Freeman first vice president mrs. J. A. Goodman second vice president Clarence Efroymson Secretary and Albert s. Goldstein treasurer. The welfare fund is entering its 19th year of service to the Community Indianapolis zionists plan 1st conclave mokk1s Goodman Julian Bekman the Indianapolis zionist District will sponsor what it is hoped will be the first annual a series of parlor meetings will conc ave of the Centra Indiana inaugurate the Campaign which conference o the zionist or. Will be held on a Community basis gang nation of America. The Eon from May 13 to May 27. It. Col Dave we a get he d a g.30 m wednesday april 24. At Kirsh Baum Center 2314 n. Meridian st., Indianapolis. Communities represented will country club thursday noon and no Ude India is Peru Koko. A Voi 11./r n t t m a i Innel Central Indiana lodges to hear americanism director at group meet a. B. Kapplin of Washington d. C., National director of the americanism and Post War serv ice departments of by Nai by Rith will address a group meeting of humorist Singer on cultural program Harry , humorist Andje naj by Rith lodges to be held at Eleanor German vocalist will Muncie sunday May 5. Former aide to general Eisenhower addressed a women a division luncheon at the Broadmoor appear on the final program of the jewish cultural series at a parlor meeting at the Lincoln hotel in the evening. To Anderson Muncie Shelby Ville new Castle. Vincennes Marion Bloomington Martinsville Columbus and Greenfield. Senator Homer Capehart will be the guest of Honor and principal speaker. Greetings will be Given by oils the Asaph organization will a a Indiana Poi zionist dirt rat present a special passover broadcast Over radio station wish at 2 43 p. Sunday. Asaph to broadcast sunday afternoon through the cooperation of the Church federation of Indiana she a a a Ettl a president of and rabbi Samuel j. Fox will introduce senator Capehart. All local jewish organizations Are Julian Freeman president of being invited to participate. Or. Beth Al Zedeck Temple will give Lewis Levy has been appointed a passover message and Cantor chairman of Quot out of town invite Myro Glass will sing appropriate Lons and contacts. Melodies accompanied by Borofsky Toskin Organ . To sponsor passover broadcast a passover program will be sponsored by the american jewish committee at 6 p. Sunday Over wisc. The program will 1st. United hebrew plans passover broadcast the United hebrew co Grega be a dramatization of a Story in tion will present its annual pass titled Quot portrait of a chaplain a Over broadcast at 9 30 a. Sun by Meyer Levin. Melvin Douglas Day Over wisc. Mrs. Nathan will take the part of chaplain Resnick and rabbi Samuel j. Irving Tepper who died in a Fox will participate tion. The Muncie Lodge will be hosts to the lodges of Indianapolis 8 15 p. Sunday april 28, in Perre haute Lafayette Ander Kirshbaum auditorium Marshall sont Kokomo Marion and it. Sherman chairman of the series Wayne. A full Days program is has announced. Being arranged and or. Kapplin or. Gendel a former member we a address the noon luncheon of the Marteff players is the ere before he was appointed a Ator of humorous characters tonal director or. Kapplin had mrs. German has appeared in big prominently identified with numerous productions and radio Joe american legion and served programs and is known for her As commander of the Minnesota jewish and russian Folk song in department. He has also been Terr stations. Associated with the National Headquarters of the anti Defa Hadassah to meet at a a a in As director of its. _ _. Public relations april 24 a meeting of Indianapolis Hadassah will be held at 2 p. Yot Inq adults plan wednesday april 24, at Kirsh _ _ _ Baum Center. The program will another dance april cd be entered around a dramatize the Young adult Council dance tion of humorous stories by Sho committee under the chairman Lorn Alei Chera with mrs. Ben ship of Marianne Frankel will Paller and mrs. Arthur Schwartz present a social dance at 9 p. M., participating. Saturday april 20, at Kirshbaum the sketches will be inter Center Persed with descriptive music Barton Rogers band will pro by Cantor Myro Glass accompanied by mrs. Evelyn Roskin. Accidental omission of names from the donor luncheon pro vide music and admission will be $1.00, tax included. A a the councils newly organized choral club will meet at 8 p. A. Gram was announced. They were wednesday for rehearsal. Any the Mes. David Adeff a. L. One interested in joining the Borinstein Shoolem Ettinger and group May attend and no Audi Joseph Hollander. Tion will be Noia $100,000 after vivid description of survivors plight stirred by the vivid description of the plight of the surviving jews of Europe the leaders of the Indianapolis jewish Community added $100,000 to the quota of the 1946 drive for the United jewish Appeal when a motion to set the goal at $500,000 was passed unanimously at a dinner meeting monday night at the Broadmoor country club. The change in the quota was adopted after Henry Montor executive vice chairman of the United jewish Appeal urged that in View of the need and the response from other cities that if Indianapolis was to retain to place As one of the leading jewish communities in the United states it must assume its proper share of the Burden. Following or. Montory a Appeal a motion was made and seconded that the $400,000 quota be retained but this was amended by Gus Efroymson traditionally the City a largest giver to $500,000. Mrs. J. A. Goodman seconded the motion and after Adolph Blickman had urged its adoption Sam Ziffrin declared that the quota should be raised to $1.000,000. Fort Wayne example told lazur Goodman who has been travelling throughout the Middle West speaking before opening meetings of local drives then explained tat fort Wayne a 1.500 jews had raised their quota Lor the u. J. A. From $41,000 in 1945 to $200,000 this year and that at the initial big gifts dinner last week sixty men contributed $104,�?� 000. Bill Schloss a past president of the jewish welfare fund explained that it is necessary for the Community to forget the scale of giving of the past few years and that the $500,000 quota could be raised if enough local people believed it could be done. Robert Stolkin past president of Beth Al congregation supported the higher goal and declared that it a should no to be much of an Effort Quot to raise it Charles Rauh said there should t he any quota nor any limit to what we should give and Louis j. Borinstein. Active Campaign Leader of some years ago said that the Community can go Over the Hall million Marit and that anything is continued on Page 5>

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