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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 26, 1957, Indianapolis, IndianaIn a per copy $6 per year Quot you let the people know they can act intelligently Quot the jewish Poos on p sn0.dv?v i Dii a Vygon 3j, vow Virgnio Ltd a and opinion Indiana edition Friday april 26, 1957 second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis. Indiana. Application for additional entry at new York. New York is pending volume Xii a no. 35 passover guest remains. Moses Magnes elected rabbi of Sharah Tewilla a rabbi Moses m. Magnes of new York become the City a newest spiritual Leader thursday night when he was elected head of Sharah Tewilla congregation. He succeeds rabbi Maurice Schwartz who resigned last year. As guest Leader rabbi Magnes conducted services at the congregation during passover. He is a member of the Lagudas har Bonim Union of orthodox rabbis made up mostly of european trained orthodox religious leaders. He previously served in North Bergen. N. J. Here s the deadline far hint hers Trees for guaranteed delivery of tree certificates in time for mothers Day orders must be placed by wednesday May 8, according to the Indianapolis jewish National fund Council. With each passing year since the inception of mothers Day. The number of people planting Trees in memory of their mothers or in Honor of their mothers has increased steadily. Tree planting orders May be placed with officers of three local organizations for Mizrachi Call mrs. H. Goldberg Liberty 6-8344, or mrs. H. Greenwald Walnut 4-1403. For Hadassah Call mrs. S. Sakowitz Clifford 5-6384 mrs. H. Berman Clifford 5-5317, or mrs. D. Klain Clifford 1-4961. For jewish educational association Call mrs. Jean Gurvitz Walnut 3-4551. Jewish National fund Council Trees chairmen Are mrs. Ben Prince and mrs. Sander Leventhal. Trees planted in Israel help Drain swamps save soil from erosion raise Levels of underground water beautify landscapes Anchor shifting Sand dunes act As wind Breakers protecting Young crops and provide Security along frontiers and highways. Hadassah s Book review series to end May 2 mrs. Sidney Cahan. Chairman of Hadassah a Book review group has announced that the groups last meeting of the year will be Field at 1 . Thursday May 2. At the Home of mrs. Julius Neuberger. 5565 n. Chester. Rabbi William Greenfeld will review the last two chapters of Hadassah a recently published Book the great Ages and ideas of the jewish the chapters Are entitled a the european age and a the modern age. Rabbi Moses Magnes. City a newest spiritual Leader in Hillel sets talk by visiting teacher Bloomington a a tolerance and belief w i 11 be discussed by or. David Daiches at the Indiana University Hillel foundations third cultural frontiers forum at 8 . Sunday april 28, at the foundation. A professor of English at Cambridge University England. Or. Daiches is spending this Yeai As visiting professor of criticism in the in English department. He also has taught at the University of California and Cornell University. Or. Daiches is the author of 14 books. He also is a frequent contributor to the new yorker the Yale review the Manchester guardian the times literary supplement and commentary. In 1944 he was a member of the British embassy staff. Federation workers to hear industrialist i a of Lff it Titi a a giant workers rally in the general solicitations division will Mark the grand finale of the jewish welfare federation 1957 Campaign. It will be held at 8 15 p. M. Tuesday april 30, at the Broadmoor country club. Mrs. Manuel s. Cassen. Division chairman has prepared gifts for All who arrive promptly at 8 15 . Guest speaker at the affair will be s. Robert Abrahami industrialist and key figure in t the Lackish development program. Co chairmen assisting mrs. Cassen Are mrs. Leon Calderon or. And mrs. David Fogle or. And mrs. Morris Katz mrs. B. J. Kabacker or. And mrs. Eddie Reich and or. And mrs. Reuben Shevitz. Each of the ten co chairmen will have five captains who. In turn will have five workers. The plan As outlined by mrs. Cassen Calls for a total of 250 workers. Workers will receive cards at the meeting following a briefing on the Aims of the Campaign and a refreshment break. They will have a week in which to Complete solicitations and will report Between 8 and 9 30 . Tuesday May 7, in the Beth Al Temple vestry where the cards will be tabulated. Cards will be Given workers close to the neighbourhood in which they live or have their place of business. Workers should be Able to Complete their solicitation in about three hours or less if they Are Able to Contact their prospects. Mrs. Cassen urged Complete co operation of the Community to expedite the work of solicitation. A your workers Are not Only give s. Robert Abrahami industrialist ing of their Means but also of their time and Effort. Please be prepared to give when the worker Calls. To locked in conflict. This gripping scene is from the first movie to be produced entirely in Israel. Called a Hill 24 does no to answer a the Story re enacts scenes of israelis War of Independence of 1948 when the Little Havana repulsed the onslaught of five Arab armies. Last year the movie received special mention at the film festival in Cannes Frances. It will be shown in this City As part of the ninth anniversary Celebration of Israel s Independence Day at 8 . Sunday May 5, at Beth Al Temple. �?o1 0 not ask the worker come Back and please be As generous As possible for this year we have the responsibility of saving 100.000 men women and children from the terrors and persecution of Egypt. North Africa. Hungary and other european countries plus regular local National and overseas needs of Over 50 agencies aided by the welfare federation Campaign. A let us join in celebrating israelis ninth Independence Day on May 6 with the knowledge that we have done our part for our destitute homeless people overseas while she is doing her part in giving them a new life a new Home Freedom Security and Shell Oil co s Haifa manager to address Jef Marion a the manager of Shell Oil office in Haifa will address this City a annual meeting of the jewish federation. The Date of the Marion jewish federation and United jewish Appeal Campaign report has been set for 6 30 p. M. Wednesday May 8. At Sinai Temple. Arthur Broza manager of shells main office in Haifa will speak. To currently is on leave from the o i 1 company to the jewish Agency for Palestine. Federation president Sain Fleck is in charge of the meeting. Co chairmen of the Uja Campaign Here Are Milton maid Enberg and Harry Glanzberg. Pittsburgh editor at Jef meeting or a. Ebner Ghitl will sponsor a meeting of the doctors and dentists division of the federation drive at 3 . Sunday april 28, at Bis Home 5330 n. Illinois. According to David Cook trades and professions chairman this is the last of a series of eight meetings by the group. The speaker will in Milton k. Susman editor of the jewish criterion of Pittsburgh. Serving on the committee in addition to l r. Blatt Are doctors Ben Fisher. Irving r o s e n i a 11 m and Morris Stoner. On National committee seven named to head jewish federations Council seven jewish Community leaders from Indianapolis have been appointed As National committee members of the Council of jewish federations and welfare funds it was announced by Herbert r. Abeles of Newark cd fwd president. They Are Julian Freeman regional services. National local relations budget and finance Community organization general Assembly program William j. Shroder memorial award Edwin Rosenberg award and h. L. Lurie Fellowship committees Morris Goodman social planning committee. Also Oscar a. Mintzer general Assembly program com Mittee mrs. Samuel Schahet women a communal service committee mrs. David Cook. Family service committee Samuel Kroot Community budget practices committee and Samuel Schahet. Campaign planning committee. The cd fwd is the National association of 228 local jewish federations welfare funds and Community councils which represent approximately 800 commit cities throughout the United states and Canada. The Council provides Central services for its member agencies in social planning campaigning and budgeting Community organization and Campaign and Community interpretation. It also represents its member agencies in matters of National and International jewish interest. A a a
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