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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 26, 1946, Indianapolis, Indiana$3.00 per year vol. 14 a no. 17 the of wish Post it. 0s by 1 ii.,. Alia 1 vn7i0n� published weekly entered As second class matter at the Post Oftle at Indianapolis under the act of March a 1879. Drive passes Hau Way Mark a a a Ess s s s s s a a s4 Trade groups to hear famous austrian Jurist new innovation to bring businessmen to parlor meetings or. Manfred Arie noted viennese Jurist and profound student of jewish problems will speak at four group meetings next week of the jewish welfare fund on behalf of the local drive for $500,000 for the United jewish Appeal. Monday evening april 29, or. Arie will address the merchandising division at the Washington hotel. Aaron Unger will be Host. On tuesday evening. Or. Arie will bring the Uja message to the building material and supplies division which will also meet at the Washington hotel. Host of this group will be Mark s. Cohen. Wednesday evening or. Arie will speak at a meeting of the insurance division. This group will meet at the Home of the Host Walter 1 pc Huenstein 6185 Hiver View. Thursday evening. May 2, the Legal profession will hear or. Arie. This meeting will be held at the Home of Samuel mantel sr., 5650 n. Pennsylvania st., w to will he Host. Or. Arie was a richts rat und is Volunteer Drivers needed for sos Volunteer Drivers and cars Are needed to a a it in the sos collection sunday. Anyone wishing to help in this Effort to a keep the living alive by giving May Call mrs. Alfred Maschke Humboldt 2729. Drivers and workers will meet at 9 a. M. Sunday at the Karsli mum Center. Cily zionist groups open shekel drive for Congress elections Indianapolis zionists Hadas Sah and Junior Hadassah this week held the first meeting of the local shekel and election Board in the nation wide drive to Seli Shek Olim which will entitle the purchaser to vote for delegates to the first world zionist Congress to meet since 1939. Cantor Myro Glass was elected chairman of the group. Other officers and committee members named by the three groups Are mrs. Max Sussman co chairman Sarah dra Izar Secretary Leo Talesnick treasurer and Ben Prince Shoolem Ettinger Abe Miller Harry Gar Finkle Jack Kammins mrs. Herman Chalfie mrs. Jack Axelrod mrs. Meyer Gallin and mrs. Nathan Resnick members of the committee. Sicko list May be purchased from any member of a zionist organization including All Hadassah groups for 50 cents each. Head Trade professional division or. Manfred Arie in Vienna a position equivalent to that of presiding state supreme court judge in the United states. He was a member of the jewish academic fraternity a has Monea Quot and a member of the a bring Der Alten Herrn Jude Ischer Verblin Dungenz in Vienna. A doctor of Law and professor of criminal Law or. Aries contributed numerous articles on Legal questions and jewish problems to Continental publications and before coming to this country was Active As a leading interpreter of the Law in Austria. During the first world War he served As Captain and received four medals for distinguished service and bravery. Following the War he was named District attorney in Vienna the Only jew who Ever held that Post. Annals study group prejudice the March Issue of the annals of the american Academy of political science just issued devotes its entire contents to the problem of a a controlling group Prev 38 givers contribute $190,000 at big Gifis dinner tuesday Manuel lev a Theodore Dann Tiu Miore Dami and Manuel i eve Are co chairmen of the Trade and professional division of the jewish welfare fund which has planned a series of parlor meetings to which those engaged in similar lines of business or professions Are invited to hear nationally known speakers. The parlor meetings which take place either at a hotel or private Home under the auspices of a Host Are an innovation in fund raising procedure adopted this year by Many other communities engaged in campaigns for the United jewish Appeal. In it Cally they Are supplementary to the general solicitation which will be held from May 13-27. Next week s meetings will cover four groups namely those engaged in merchandising distribution of food the issuance of insurance and the Legal profession. Sunday last Day to contribute to sos drive volunteers needed ledge to observe synagogue night by Nai by Rith synagogue night will be observed this evening when the local Lodge holds services at 8 p. M. At the Indianapolis hebrew Temple. Rabbi Alfred Jospe of Hillel foundation at Indiana University will speak. The by Nai by Rith women will be hostesses at the social hour following services. Readers will include David m. Cook Mack e. , Jack b. Kammins Charles s. Kaufman and William m. Meyers. This is part of the nation wide Observance sponsored each year by the by Nai by Rith. Mrs. Jacob Fogle will also participate and members of the . Will usher. Notice the jewish Post needs correspondents in fort Wayne Evansville and Gary. You can earn additional income by gathering news for the Post in your spare time. Please write Jane Calvelage managing editor at Box 1633, Indianapolis ind. Gold Laii to speak at Quot Spring Tea with $190,000 contributed by 38 Juivers at the big gifts dinner tuesday at Broadmoor officials tuesday night expressed Confidence that the half Way Mark in the jewish welfare fund Campaign for $500,000 would to Well passed this week. The total at wednesday noon was $249,050. Top gift at the big gifts meeting was $50,000. In close succession there came a gift for $25,000, three for $10,000. Several for $7,500, two for $6,000, four at $5,000, and a number for Grade ated amounts. The minimum give Owen was $1,000. L. L. Goodman special gifts chairman in charge of the meeting said that contributions represented 350ry of 1942 gifts and should be an inspiration to the entire Community since Many of the gifts were contributed out of capital rather than income. He also stated that a number of givers had requested More time for consideration and informed him that a Weir gifts would far exceed their 1942 contributions. One contributor who although he came prepared to make a substantial contribution doubled it when he realized the need for increased giving following tho showing of a picture a the Battle a House to House collection of for survival and after hearing contributions for the drive for Elliott Goodman son of the Spe supplies for overseas survivors rial gifts chairman relate his will be made sunday tiv sos experiences while attached to committee announced this week Headquarters in the american the drive will continue until zone of occupation the local goal of 40,000 pounds of supplies is reached. The first shipment sent amounted to 7,600 pounds. Mrs. S. A. Silberman drive chairman said she hoped for a collection sunday of approximately 20,000 pounds of sup summer Day Camp planned for communal a Day Camp program will be conducted Lor Junior members of plies. Large packages May be communal building from july t to aug. 9. Trips to places of interest swimming hikes arts and crafts games and music Are Par t prepared and although it has been of clothing mrs. Silbermann rabbi Maurice Goldblatt will be said a her items previously list the guest speaker at the a Spring de deluding foods childrens of tho program planned. Tea Quot Given by the jewish educational auxiliary at 2 15 p. M. Monday at the . Building 3456 Central ave. His topic will be a among the clothing medical supplies and household needs May also be included in the bundles. Packages should in tied securely in substantial boxes. Drive on the committee planning the program Are mrs. E. Willoughby chairman mrs. M. Healy mrs. David Shapiro mrs. Baldwin miss f. Cunningham miss l. In addition to rabbi Goldblatt. Fosef and Fame heft tre ask to go a Many Graz term a pfc a a the Dro Ltd ram will include the of homc5, and Famular k a Suhr mrs. A. Levy or. Louis the program will include the p have package ready. Youth Silverman or. A Sham 4 state women initiated As ski Patr Nesses four Indiana women were initiated As official Patr Nesses of Upsilon chapter Sigma Delta Tau sorority at a dinner in their Honor monday in Bloomington. The Patr Nesses Are mrs. Louis Becovitz Bloomington mrs. Irving fell Bloomington mrs. Hed wig lesser Bloomington former head of the German language department at Indiana University and mrs. Harold l Platt Indianapolis. the annals Are published at the University of Pennsylvania under the Editorship of Gordon w. Allport. Ening prayer by mrs. H. F. Grande and several dance selections by Elaine Olshan accompanied by mrs. Phil Levan. Hospitality chairmen for the Tea Are tvs. Leo Talesnick and mrs. Lipot Frankovitz. A friends and members of j. E. A. Are invited to attend. Groups and boy scouts will assist a Ynn Joseph c. In the handling of bundles. Cecil a Lingsworth mrs. John Haines mrs. Warshow sky Herschel Robinson and mrs. Herschol Robinson. Since communal building will 2y is be open this summer for the first time in Many years act a Vil Les Are also planned for the intermediates and seniors. Mrs. Nellie Weiler Dies in Cleveland funeral services for Nellie l. Weiler were held tuesday with rabbi m. M. Feuerlicht officiating. Burial was in Indianapolis hebrew cemetery. Mrs. Weiler who died in Cleveland where she had lived for the past fifteen years was the widow of Meyer m. Weiler Hartford held by the Indianapolis chapter City department store owner. Al game with prizes for All w of the National Home for jewish ,10ugh she had neved lived in participate and door prizes who children in Denver at its closing Indianapolis she was formerly a include Nylon Hose Are on the meeting of the year a luncheon member of the Indianapolis he program of the Junior Hadassah at 12 30 p. M. Tuesday May 7, prow congregation in the Washington hotel. Survivors Are a son Adolph reservations May be made by Weber o Erie pay a and three calling mrs. Abe Epstein a Sisters miss Lulu Levi and mrs. Bash 8351, mrs. Jacob Fogel Lay Shigeri both of Detroit Mich Denver Home to install at closing luncheon installation of officers will be entertainment to include nylons a truth and consequence who hich May Day pitch in supper to be held at 6 30 p. M. Wednesday at Kirshbaum Center. Proceeds will go to youth All Yah and admission is $1 for non Wabash 8387, or mrs. Sanders and mrs. Emma Munter of in members 50 cents for members. Klein Humboldt 1013. Diana Polis. The Public is invited

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