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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 12, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana15 c per copy so per year Best to All for a Happy passover a it you let the people know they can act intelligently Quot que a q or3-vj.s the wish pos o d weekly and opinion \ v a in Tyft / a i <4 1 o i a�7 second class Ivl ail privileges authorized at Indianapolis Indiana. I a i nitc1 Vii try of lii Plain a Tui i. r riday april 12, 19o7 application for additional entry at new York new York is pending \ Elul the Xii no. To Stolkin describes Israel situation As precarious speakers and givers. Lined up at the dais for the Jef special gifts division dinner monday at the Broadmoor country club Are left to right judge Emanuel Halevy chief magistrate of the courts in the Tel Aviv District Robert b. Stolkin special gifts division chairman or. Ruth Gruber correspondent of the new York Herald Tribune and Sam Kroot jewish welfare federation president. A. A pledges 27.5 greater158 women Brave storm to be at Jef luncheon despite weather a not fit for Man nor beast a 15s women turned out for a jewish welfare federation women a division luncheon april 3 a Broadmoor country club to Honor mrs. J. A. Goodman National United jewish Appeal women a division chairman. A total of s48.s56 was pledged an increase of 27.5 per cent Over 1956. The sum includes $34.027.50 to the regular drive which is 11 per cent More than last year and $14,818.50 to a Uja special emergency Rescue fund for a spectacular increase of 89.6 per cent Over 1956. More than 60 workers have been soliciting since the luncheon meeting. Latest figures Wall be to live release next week following tabulation of reports by the federation office. Student Senate names Arvin Steinberg Arvin Steinberg Junior at Indiana University has been named by the student Senate attorney general of the student body. In his Sophomore year lie served As senator. He wiil spend the passover Holiday with his parents or. And mrs. Samuel Steinberg 7599 n. Meridian. It was a great Day for the women wednesday april 3, when 158 of the federation women a division gathered at the Broadmoor to Honor mrs. Jack Goodman. Naturally it was a great Day for mrs. Goodman who above received the women a division award from mrs. Charles agers to celebrate the Golden age club will hold its annual passover affair at 1 30 p. M. Thursday april 18, in the new Wing of the Borinstein Home 3502 Central. The club is sponsored by the local Section of the National Council of jewish women and the jewish Community Center association. Speaker at the affair will be rabbi William p. Greenfeld of Beth Al Temple. Mortimer Goodman acc assistant director will Lead Community singing. A the situation was never More precarious for Israel and the whole jewish world a declared Robert b. Stolkin chairman of the special gifts division of the jewish welfare Fedora tion Campaign. Speaking at a division dinner monday night at the Broadmoor Stolkin stated a Israel will remain inviolate and unconquered if we give her the tools for continued j ii i g e Emanuel Halevy. Chief magistrate of the Tel Aviv District told the dinner audience that this year is even More difficult for Israel than 1918. He pointed out that despite the difficulty of absorbing thousands of newcomers in an Economy geared to defense the expulsion of egyptian jews and the flight of hungarian jews Are proving a Blessing As the immigration is bringing into Israel Many famous scientists and skilled artisans. Nasser he asserted is stripping jews of their wealth and turning them into paupers overnight. A egyptian jews left Over $250 million in property and assets when they were expelled in a matter of hours. Overnight they became destitute he told of former egyptian millionaires now living in France on Charity. Because inclement weather had affected the attendance Stolkin Felt a report of pledges Knesset Israel Siyoum Siyoum services ceremony of the completion of a talmudic tractate will be held for firstborn males at 6 45 . Monday april 15, at Knesset Israel congregation 1023 s. Meridian. Rabbi Raphael Lobo will conduct the ceremony. Would not reflect in True Light the divisions initial gifts to a tact la East a next week he said. Or. Ruth Stolkin Gruber w h o had shared the Rostrum with the israeli Jurist pointed out that the Sinai Campaign forced the world to recognize the Security problem posed by he fedayeen attacks which Hae continued unheeded for eight years. The new York Herald Tribune correspondent said israeli leaders had found proof that Egypt had been plotting to Poison All the Wells along the Gaza strip. Or. Gruber explained that the fedayeen or suicide squads were recruited from gangster and criminal elements who were Given amnesty from prison terms if they would join the fedayeen. Israel conquered the Sinai Peninsula in four Days and would have shattered Nasser a Power if this country had not intervened she declared. Or. Gruber said she was willing to Wager that Israel w Ould Send a test ship through the Suez canal and will shoot Back if Egypt attacks As she threatens to do. A Israel continues to take in All who can enter a said or. Gruber a even though she knows it May wreck her a we cannot buy her guns and ammunition we can buy her lives and Freedom. A because the state of Israel was born nine years ago you and i Are safer and More dignified jews today in this country than Ever too passover services too they came to give. Mrs. Archibald Silverman is surrounded by a left to right Joseph Cohen Lewis Levy and Al get Miller at a jewish welfare federation dinner sponsored by the three men thursday april 4, in the Continental hotel. An honorary vice chairman of the jewish National fund mrs. Silverman was a member of the original Council of the jewish Agency Foi costs record Low according to the City Chari t y solicitations commission fund raising costs of the jewish welfare federation last year was second lowest $17.785 out of 76 drives licensed by the commission. The lowest was the Indianapolis symphony in funds raised Only the Community Chest and red Cross topped the federation. Last years Jef Campaign brought in $496,565. Congregation Beth Al Zedeck monday april 15. 6 30 . There will be a Siyoum for first born at 7 30 . Tuesday april 16, 6 , and 6 30 . Rabbi William p. Greenfeld will preach at morn Ning services. Congregational seder will follow evening services. Wednesday april 17, 9 . Rabbi Morris Feldman will preach. Friday april 19, 8 30 . Saturday april 20, 10 30 sunday april 21. 6 30 . Monday april 22, 9 . And 6 30 . Tuesday april 23. 9 . I Koi prayers will be recited during this service. Central hebrew congregation monday april 15, 7 . Tuesday april 16, 8 . And 7 . Wednesday april 17. 8 . Hoi Hamoed april 17 evening april 21 evening. 6 45 am. And 7 . Shabbat and sunday mornings 8 . Continued on next Page

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