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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - December 10, 1943, Indianapolis, Indiana$3.00 per year the to Wye Quot a Post published weekly vol. 11�?no. 24 Indiana ximj., december 10, 1943 entered Jih second class matter at the Post office at Indianapolis under the act of March 8, 1879.go Back in committee told by cities by jewish telegraphic Agency Kansas City. Appeal to the american jewish committee to re join the american jewish conference was voiced by the jewish Community Council of greater Kansas City in a Resolution adopted by its executive committee it was announced Angeles asks committee to rejoin by jowl no telegraphic Agency los Angeles declaring that the recent withdrawal of the american jewish committee from the american jewish conference was a not in the spirit of american life and was a unwise and a statesmanlike a the Board of directors of the los Angeles jewish Community Council at a special meeting Here adopted a Resolution calling upon the committee to reenter the Union drops from a. J. Committee specs no new York the Union of orthodox jewish congregations of America this week severed its affiliation with the american jewish committee because of the withdrawal of the committee from the american jewish conference. In a letter to judge Joseph m. Proskauer president of the american jewish committee the Union asked a a favourable action towards a re affiliation on the part of the committee. Within three for Churchill visit Palestine special new York a president Roosevelt and prime minister Churchill visited Palestine in route from their conference at Cairo with Generalissimo Chi Ang Kai Shek according to reports current Here this is opposed at federation meeting a report of a special committee on big Eagle Camp met with opposition at the meeting of the Board of the Indianapolis jewish federation last thursday night at Kirshbaum Center when a provision limiting campers to eleven years old was protested. The provision made in writing by Bill Schloss who was not present at the meeting would require parents of children Over that age to show Why they Send their children to non sectarian Camps such As the boy scout or girl scout Camps. It was brought out that the provision was made in order that jewish children would mix with the rest of the Community. A Kosher Kitchen will be maintained at the Camp if arrangements can be made it was decided. In line with the report of mrs. Edwin Eells a swimming Pool will be added to the Camp facilities As soon As feasible.17 million �?T44 need More if War ends by jewish telegu Pulc Agency new York a at least $17,000,000 will be required by the joint distribution committee during 1944 to carry out its Normal routine activities in Europe Asia and North Africa it was stated this week by Paul Baerwald addressing 4,000 delegates from 135 cities attending the 29th annual meeting of the Jdc. Or. Baerwald stressed that a if the War were to end to Morrow or at any other time within the year we would require twice or three times that sum or even or. Baerwald was elected chairman of the Jdc succeeding capt. Edward m. Warburg who is on Active service with the United states army. Guest speaker mrs. Henry i. Forem a play to feature sisterhood meeting at the meeting monday of the Beth Al Zedeck sisterhood mrs. Leo Miroff will give the opening prayer. The play let a Days of our year a which has been directed by mrs. Israel Chodos will follow and music will be furnished by mrs. Evelyn Borofsky Roskin mrs. Hyman Grande program chairman said. Following the program mrs. Reuben Riskin and her committee will serve Al to Honor Cantor Glass at dinner congregation Beth Al Zedeck will hold its annual hanukah dinner at 6 00 p. M., dec. 19, with the guests of Honor Cantor and mrs. Myro Glass. The congregation will celebrate the completion of the cantors 15 years of service to Beth Al with a program the details of which have not been Cadette officers introduced at meeting new officers of Kirshbaum Ca vettes and Liberty Belles were introduced at a meeting last night at Kirshbaum Center. Miss Eva Bluestein is in charge of the new officers who Are Marian Bluestein Pearl Cohen Ruth Chaplik Eva Bluestein Lois Rosenthal Dorothy Friedman Florence Tuch Annette Simon Ann Shapiro Ida Bluestein Ethel Schneider Jennie Becher Rebecca Friedman Bess Drainer and Paula Gates. Others Are Betty Spector Janet Frisch Lillian Lovinger Erna Feurer Esther Forman Maralene Lurie Clara Silverman Carolyn Strauss Fannie Chasman Molly passo Fritzi Cohen Henrietta Schwartz and Ann to hear White Cross president mrs. Henry l. Foreman general president of the White Cross guilds of the methodist Hospital will be guest speaker at the regular monthly meeting of the sisterhood of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation at 1 00 p. Monday dec. 13, at the Temple Delaware and tenth streets. Or. John g. Benson superintendent of the Hospital will give greetings and a student nurse will play violin selections. The program will be preceded by a dessert luncheon served by Mem ers of the Temple White Cross Flower Guild of which mrs. Silver is president. This Guild initiated by the late mrs. Isaac born plays an Active role in the Volunteer service for charitable and War work of the Hospital. Youth group to meet the leaders Institute sponsored by the Indianapolis zionist youth commission will meet at 8 30 p. M., tuesday dec. 14, at the Home of or. And mrs. David Dobrowitz 3360 Ruckle Street. Koby High priest Saul c. Koby has been installed As excellent High priest of Broad Ripple chapter no. 146, Royal Arch masons. It Alvin Cohen Home it. Jug Alvin l. Cohen son of mrs. Lena Cohen is Home on a 7-Day women to conduct Beth Al services tonight Sabbath services to be held at Temple Beth Al at 8 00 p. Tonight rabbi Israel Chodos will give the Sermon and the opening prayer will be read by mrs. Lester Engel. Mrs. David Klain will Lead the responsive Reading quotations on zionism will be Given by mrs. Gabriel Cohen Wand the closing prayer by mrs. Jacob Weiss. The choir will sing palestinian melodies. Following the services a Tea and social hour will be held in the vestry room. Mrs. David Hollander and her co chairman mrs. Barney Podkin and mrs. Leo Talesnik Are in charge and hostesses will include mesdames Meyer Gallin Edward Rosenberg David Granowsky and Ben Paller. The entire Community is Welcome. Rabbits memory to be honoured on 100th anniversary tonight tributes to the memory of rabbi Meyer Messing rabbi of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation from 1867 to 1907, will Mark the services tonight on the 100th anniversary of his birth. Rabbi Maurice Goldblatt will speak on a a Century of Reform Judaism a Isadore Feibleman will speak on the service of rabbi Messing to the congregation and or. Harry a. Jacobs president of the congregation will give a a personal rabbi m. Feurlicht will speak on his former associate from 1904 to 1907, when rabbi Messing became rabbi emeritus. A program of special music will be presented by the choir and an informal reception by the Temple sisterhood will follow the services. Continued on Page 5 communal open House entertainment for every age group has been planned for the open House to be held at 7 30 p. M., sunday dec. 12, at the communal building 17 West Morris Street. The medical Field Post of districts 19 and 20 will present demonstrations and a floor show a Ping Pong tournament the communal building Amateur band checkers and chess dancing and singing will be among the entertainment features of the evening. Saturday group to quiz members of the Kirshbaum saturday Nite club will participate in a quiz contest at tomorrows meeting and will celebrate hanukah the following week when lighting of the hanukah lights and a gift Exchange will highlight the news on Palestine due report by jew Lith Affif icy London a important developments concerning Palestine Are expected Here after the return of prime minister Winston Churchill from his meeting with Roosevelt and Stalin in Teheran it was predicted this week. The prediction was made on the basis of negotiations now being carried on by or. Chaim Weizmann president of the jewish Agency. Zionist delegations from Palestine and from the United states will arrive soon to assist or. Weizmann in his negotiations it was revealed by zionist leaders Here. Meanwhile it was reported Here that Emir Faisal the son of King Ibn Saud and foreign minister of saudi Arabia who recently visited the United states May be received by president Roosevelt who is now in route Home from Teheran. The place where the Arab Leader will meet with Roosevelt was not disclosed. Zionist leaders Here Are optimistic concerning or. Weizmann a present negotiations. These negotiations it was declared Center around subjects which May determine the Post War status of Palestine. It was Learned Here that jewish Agency leaders in Palestine recently discussed at a closed session of the Small zionist actions committee the project to partition Palestine into Arab jewish and Neutral zones which is reported to have been drawn up in Cairo. Though no further details Are available it is understood that the actions committee took a negative attitude towards this or any other partition project. The colonial office has declared that it a has no knowledge of the alleged partition authoritative jewish circles Here told the jewish Telegraph Agency that a no partition scheme has been suggested by jewish bodies nor submitted to jewish it is understood however that certain circles in London Are aware of the existence of such a project which will apparently not be acceptable to the zionists. Junior Council to meet War time marriages will be discussed at Junior Council s fireside meeting at the Home of Olga Berger 4136 Boulevard place at 8 p. M., wednesday dec. 15. Girls May attend whether they Are Council members or not.1 killed As nazis raid Milan synagogue by a few Iii of Furj Zurich German troops last week i varied a synagogue in Milan while services were being held an arrested All the worshippers it is reported in the italian newspaper libera Stampa. The report says that a or. Nephi a noted Milan physician was killed during the raid. Rabbi Meyer Messing a russian team planned the Workman Scircle will give a russian Tea sunday dec. 12. Afternoon and evening at 1218 s. Meridian Street. Mrs. Bessie Klez Mer and mrs. Max Gold will be in charge. The Public is invited. To give Book review rabbi Maurice Goldblatt will review a the world of Sholem Aleichem by Maurice Samuel tuesday evening at Kirshbaum Center. A piano program of jewish Folk music will be presented by mrs. Evelyn b. Roskin organist of Beth Al Temple. This meeting is open to the Public
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