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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 19, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana#7/ you let the people know they can act intelligently Quot 15c per copy it it per year the a jewish and of opinion of Ini f s11cd v Xvi Kent am a in 3j.v1s a Vigni o a Indiana edition Friday april 19, 1957 second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis Indiana. Application for additional entry at new York new York is pending volume Xii a no. 34jwf drive ahead of �?T56 by 25% a a talk film dinner two inc units to hear rabbi and see film a election of officers on a jewish Humora and will feature the joint meeting of the brotherhood and sisterhood of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation to be held tuesday evening april 23. At the Broadmoor country club. Rabbi Maurice Davis will give an informal talk on a a the lighter Side of rabbi Davis a to Start off the evening. The sisterhood will hold an election of officers for 1957 1959, and moving pictures of the brotherhood s father son banquet will be shown. The evening will begin with cocktails at 6 30 ., dinner will be served at 7 30 And the program for those who do not wish to attend the dinner will Start at 8 30. Godfrey Lefton program chairman announced that the dinner will Cost $4 per person including tip. Mrs. Robert Fischer is in charge of arrangements. For reservations members Are requested to Call mrs. Fischer cd 1-2357 mrs. Frank Goldsmith cd 1-7861 or mrs. Harry Stokes at 3-4153. Sisterhood smorgasbord Michigan City the fourth annual Spring smorgasbord sponsored by the Sinai Temple sisterhood will be held sunday May 5. Division directors discuss drive. The co chairmen of the general solicitations division of the federation drive who met to discuss plans for a giant workers rally and a one week intensive drive Are shown above at the meeting. They Are front Row left to right mrs. Leon Calderon mrs. Morris Katz mis. Reuben Shevitz mrs. David Fogle and mrs. B. J. Kabacker. Back Row left to right Eddie Reich mrs. Eddie Reich Reuben Shevitz mrs. Manuel on the committee but not shown is Morris Katz. Cassen chairman and David Fogle. Have you heard a or by Emma Kominers via input 6 759 a next week ,. Done to forget the brotherhood and sisterhood dinner on april 23 at the Broadmoor when rabbi Davis will give an informal presentation on a jewish also there will be movies of the father and son affair held recently so you can see yourself As others saw you. Mrs. Sam on vacation. Pose has left for new York for a three week visit with her Sisters Brothers and the rest of that family. She will return May 13. Or. And mrs. Sidney Weinstein 4801 Washington blvd., Are vacationing in Florida where mrs. Weinstein is recoup rating after a recent illness. They will return about the Middle of april. Or. And mrs. Gordon Cohen and family 3838 n. Pennsylvania Are spending their Spring vacation in Chicago. Or. And mrs. Joe Rothbard and or. Ben Fisher Are taking their children to Miami Beach for their Spring vacation. Girls. On sunday afternoon april 13, from 2 to 6 p Mars. Sanders Klein threw i it i it or her Home at 5681 n. Meridian for the by Nai by Rith girls organization for an informal Tea. Mrs. Klein is president of the b rim by Rith women a organization which is sponsoring the formation of the Junior group. Irving East. Or. And Joffe 8550 College for new York City they will visit rela plays and go sight going mrs ave., left last week Tives see seeing. Or. And mrs. Leonard Solo Man accompanied by their Mother mrs. Saul Solomon left on april 11 for the East on a Short vacation. Mrs. Saul Solo Man will Stop in Pittsburgh to visit her grandchildren or. And mrs. Edwin Richard and family including a new great grandson Benjamin Richard. Or. And mrs. Leonard Solomon will continued on Pago ii 17 inc members to attend confab seventeen persons from Indianapolis will attend a biennial Assembly of the Union of american hebrew congregations and the National federation of Temple sisterhood which will take place in Toronto Canada april 29 to May 2. Those attending will be Dele a Gates from the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. They Are rabbi Maurice Davis Jack Kam mins Simon Ackerman sol Blickman Herman Logan. Rosalind f. B e i or. Clarence Efroymson Jerome Davidson. Accompanying them will be Mes. Kammins Blickman and Logan. Representing the Temple sisterhood will be Mes. Marvin Sablosky Sydney Romer Charles Fisch Herbert Backer Mari Jane Popp and Simon Ackerman. Inc students to see movie saturday morning the Indianapolis hebrew congregation has cancelled its sunday school classes this week so that every student May be Able to attend the showing of Quot the ten commandments at the Lyric theatre saturday morning april 20, at 9 30. Aza to conduct Friday service members of the Indianapolis chapter of Aza no. 520, will conduct services at the Central hebrew congregation at 8 15 p. M. Friday april 26. Hostesses helping to serve an Oneg shabbat will be members of the Deb Ette club of Short Ridge. President of Indianapolis Aza is Abe Millman. Giant rally planned a 25 per cent increase in pledges Over last year giving a total of $340,000 pledged As of 15, has been reported by Sam s. Schahet general Campaign chairman of the 1957 jewish welfare federation fund drive. The women s division of the federation has kept Pace with the general drive y. By showing an increase of 26 per cent Over last year with $53,096 pledged. Mes. Charles Efroymson and Max Selig. The co chairmen of the women s division re Schahet ported that the special emergency fund drive had shown an increase of 87 per cent while the regular fund had increased by 11 per cent Over last year s efforts. A giant rally of the workers of the general solicitations continued on Back Page Hadassah to see you were there7 a play let entitled a you were there a by mrs. Ben Paller honouring the 14 past presidents of the Indianapolis chapter of Hadassah will be presented at a dessert luncheon at 1 Wednesday april 24, at the Beth Al Zedeck Temple. The charge for admission will be a contribution of Hadassah supplies and each contributor will receive a ticket for a drawing for a prize. Mrs. Morris Feldman will give a tribute to the ninth anniversary of Israel s Independence. Mrs. Leo Selig and mrs. Louis Goldstein Are the co hostesses for the dessert luncheon. Her Early 20s, in Evansville be sex writer of condolences for Council women Dies mrs. Bertha Paul Goldberg 81, who for Many years had served the Council of jewish women As its writer of condolences As Well As notes of congratulations on births and other events died april 13 in her Home at 4327 Broadway. As a newspaper woman in fore it was stylish for women to have jobs she wrote about women a suffrage. That was 58 years ago. She has ived in Indianapolis since 1919. Mrs. Goldberg was a member of Hadassah by Nai b Rith women Council of jewish women Brand is women a committee. Indianapolis hebrew i. She was the. Goldberg. Widow of Moses survivors Are a son Victor m. Goldberg two daughters Florence Goldberg and mrs. David Leventhal a sister mrs. Syril Orbach of Oklahoma City a brother Hiram Paul of Asheville . And four grandchildren. Burial was in Sharah Teofilu co Grega cemetery april 15, after services tion and Temple sisterhood in Indianapolis hebrew Temple Broadmoor country club and arranged by the Aaron Rubora other organizations. Funeral Home
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