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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - August 12, 1955, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 per year the wish Post published weekly a if you let the people know they can act intelligently Indiana edition Friday August 12, 1955 registered As second class matter Post office Indianapolis Indiana. Of new Broadmoor House will be started aug. 15 actual construction of a new clubhouse for Broadmoor country club will begin about aug. 15. The club Hopes to move into its modern Home next May 1. Meanwhile said Broadmoor president Liebert h. Mossier a committee of members is work vols it jul i i 0 d ing on arrangements for temporary facilities for club affairs during the 1955-56 season. The new building will Rise on the site of the present clubhouse which is to be Tom Down. All facilities will be contained in the single Structure Mossier told the Post which will cover about 25,000 Square feet. Total expenditure on the new building planned by Merritt Harrison will probably be about $550,000. Avery Stackhouse has been More than 400 attend Westchester More than 400 members and their guests attended the Westchester country clubs ladies Day activities on wednesday aug. 3. A luncheon followed by a cocktail hour and social games was featured. Four Days later on sunday aug. 7, the new Pool was opened and almost All of the club members were there. A sunday Brunch was served in the club House for Early arrivals. In the future the Pool and its facilities will be open daily from 10 . To 7 ., except on warm evenings when it will stay open until 9 30 On saturday night aug. 6, Doc thrasher and his orchestra entertained the members at a dance which featured popular South american numbers. This saturday night aug. 13. There will be a combo for dancing. Labor Day eve dance planned the Etz Chaim sephardic synagogues first fund raising dance of the new season will be held at Westlake Beach club on labor Day eve sunday sept. 4. Music will be supplied by the Hampton dance band. Admission is $1.50 per person and the Public is Welcome. Joe Mallah is dance chairman and messes. Jack a. Cohen. Joe d. Nahmias Ernie Calderon William Cohen Murray Cohen and Jack Cohen Are on the committee. Co chairmen for the dance and Book Are Leon Calderon by Calderon and mrs. William Butchko. Group will Pray at Kirshbaum the High holy Days services of the min hag a s h k e n a a a group of jews from Central Europe will be held this year at the Kirshbaum Community Center 2314 n. Meridian st. Rabbi Abraham Zentman of Detroit and Ernest Marx will conduct the services As they did last year. Services last year were held at the North methodist Church Annex. A limited number of seats Are still available. For reservations Call Heinz Hammer Schmidt a 3 2981. Named general contractor for the clubhouse. Plumbing heating and general air conditioning contracts have been let to Freyn bros., inc., and electrical work will be done by the Hatfield electric co. Broadmoor opened its new 50-by-100 foot swimming Pool on july 17. Bernard Kabacker succumbs at 52 Bernard j. Kabacker an Active member of the big Eagle Camp committee died at his Home 324 w. Hampton dr., on monday aug. 8, after a Short illness. He was 52 years old. Or. Kabacker was born in Indianapolis and lived most of his life Here. He was a member of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation by Nai by Rith athenaeum Turners variety club and West Highland terrier club. A Salesman he worked for Backus Brothers company in Cincinnati for the last 12 years. Survivors Are his widow mrs. Perle Kabacker his Mother mrs. Sarah Kabacker of Chicago one brother William Kabacker of Chicago and three Sisters mrs. Jean Hemmes of Philadelphia and mrs. Helen Kantor and mrs. Florence Hirsch of Chicago. Services were held at 2 Wednesday aug. 9. Burial was in Indianapolis hebrew cemetery. Klezmer elected Indianapolis Jarc group Bow bowlers have own league by Nai by Rith women bowlers will be Able to try and Knock Down the pins this year in a w. I. B. C. Sanctioned league under the auspices of Bow. All members and prospective members Are eligible to join. Present plans Call for a and b leagues so that both beginners and experienced bowlers will find a Niche for themselves. Those interested should Call Florence Dolnick go 5172, or Hannah Pozner by 2005. Entries close aug. 25. Deborah picnic children s special favors and games for the children will be the special attraction of the Day at the annual Deborah sisterhood picnic at Broad Ripple Park starting at 10 . Sunday aug. 14. Refreshments will be served by the sisterhood. Members and friends Are invited. Picnic committee chairman mrs. William Butchko is in charge of ways and Means mrs. A1 Mordoh program and mrs. Sam Bohard hospitality. Louis Vigodner Stone to be unveiled aug. 21 a Monument in memory of the late Louis Vigodner will be unveiled at the United hebrew cemetery at 2 30 p. M. Sunday aug. 21. Rabbi Nandor Fruch ter and Cantor Abraham port nov will officiate. Friends of the family Are brotherhood to picnic at Camp the Indianapolis Temple brotherhood newly reorganized Indianapolis hebrew congregation menus group will hold a picnic at big Eagle Camp on sunday aug. 28. It will be the groups first major function. Soft drinks and ice Cream will be supplied to All picnickers. They will bring their own lunches. The swimming Pool will be open and there will be rides and games for the younger set. Herman Logan is program chairman and Bernard Landman is president. Succeeds Norman Abrams. Max klezmer was elected president of the Indianapolis Evv a ish Community relations Council at a Board of directors meeting on tuesday aug. 9. Klezmer who was vice president succeeds Norman Abrams who has moved from the City. 9 mrs. Walter Lichtenstein was elected vice president to fill the vacancy created by klezmer s promotion. A accepting the position klezmer told the Board a i am deeply moved to receive this Opportunity to work with you in creating a Community in which All groups and All individuals can reach their highest level of development a Community in which All would feel a real sense of belonging and a Community in which each individual and each group can flourish in his own Way. As an Agency of the jewish Community we seek to join with All groups in the common cause of building such a the new president is also a member of the Board of directors of the Indianapolis chapter of the american jewish Congress the Indianapolis jewish Max klezmer new in arc president Pioneer women Board will meet wednesday Pioneer women will hold a special Board meeting at the welfare federation Beth Elze Home of their president deck Temple and the jewish David Steinberg 1355 Kessler Community credit Union. He blvd., w. Dr., at 8 p. M. Wednesday aug. 17. All members Are invited. Has been vice president of the Indianapolis by Nai by Rith Lodge and Zoa. Have you heard by Emma Kominers society editor if you be heard something Call Walnut 6-7592 a Welcome summer Shower. Miss Janice Segal daughter of or. And mrs. Gabriel Segal 5108 n. Illinois st., will be honoured by misses Leah Paris Vivian Mishelow Rosetta Stein Sheila Levenson and Lois Bartick with a personal and Kitchen Shower at the Westchester country club on saturday aug. 13. Miss Segal will be married to Isaac Nisenbaum son of or. And mrs. Haim Nisenbaum 3058 Ruckle st., on sunday aug. 28. After the second threshold Sidney Blackmer Star of a the second threshold at Avondale playhouse and other members of the cast among looking for More women assembled at a recent meeting of the Indianapolis chapter of the National Council of jewish women membership drive team were from left to right front Romes. Eugene Glick. Harry Traugott co chairmen Lewis Levy and David Klain and Joseph Yaver second Row David Silver Albert Spatz Abe Klapper Jerome Siskin and Harry Breeding third Row Edward Kaufman president Victor Teixler Jerome Abrams and Walter Lichtenstein. Mrs. G. M. Oakley another member was absent when the picture was taken. Women who wish to become Council members May Contact any one on the committee. Them miss Ruth Warrick who will play the Lead in next weeks production a dial m for murder a were the guests of or. And mrs. Edward Dayan 5420 n. Pennsylvania st., after the opening night performance on tuesday aug. 2. College life recalled. Miss Margie Klain was the principal speaker at a Stephens College for girls alumni luncheon at the Woodstock country club on saturday july 30. Margie now a student at the College described Columbia to Campus life and showed coloured slides. Her Mother mrs. Bertha Klain 2929 Park ave., who was with her is attending classes at Butler University this summer. She is working towards a masters degree in elementary education. More doctors coming up. Among the students accepted by the Indiana University school of Medicine for admission in september Are Stanley Brosman son of or. And mrs. Hyman Brosman 5879 n. Delaware st., Henry Glick son of or. And mrs. Isadore Glick 5984 Central ave., and Irving Reisberg son of or. And mrs. Louis Reisberg 1322 Union st. May Good health follow. Mrs. Rosalind Bero executive Secretary of the Indianapolis continued on Page 20

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