Page 1 of 31 Dec 1965 Issue of Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post in Indianapolis, Indiana

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free
Want a high-quality poster of this page? Add to Cart

Read an issue on 31 Dec 1965 in Indianapolis, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post.

Browse Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 31 Dec 1965 Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post in Indianapolis, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - December 31, 1965, Indianapolis, Indiana15c be cop published weekly $7 per Yea jewish Post c 3j Vuis a Vioni Quot if Yon let the people know they can act Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday december 31, 1965 0 d volume xxii no. 14 israeli to speak human relations . Aron m. Rabinowicz Secretary to the faculty Law at hebrew University in Jerusalem Israel will discuss a human relations problems in the United states and Israel a at a special program set for sunday Jan. 9 at 8 . In the jewish education association Domont auditorium. Co sponsored by the Center the jewish Community relations Council and the zionist organization America District Indianapolis the program is open to the Public free charge. Rabbi Sidney Steiman Beth-e1 Zydek Temple will introduce the so a Aker and moderate the discussion to follow . Rabinowicz talk. Or. Rabinowicz appearance in Indianapolis was arranged by . Harvey Narrol chairman the centers newly formed jewish cultural activities committee and Theodore Walden executive director the Jarc with the cooperation the Zoa. Or. Rabinowicz is visiting the United states a Ford foundation research Grant to study at the Institute human relations at Howard University in Washington . And the United nations. A graduate Masaryk University and the University Amsterdam. Or. Rabinowicz has held important advisory positions for Many years. His talk promises to be a highlight the year s cultural events. Mrs. Max Simon is in charge hospitality. Adult activities listed at Center for 1966 a Winter series adult activities is now open for registration at the jewish Community Center 6701 Hoover Road. Art classes taught by mrs. Leah Traugott for beginners and intermediates in drawing and painting will begin tuesday Jan. 11. One series classes will be from 10 to noon and the other from 1 to 3 . The fee for Center members the 8-lesson series is $10. For non members the Center $16. Bridge classes taught by m. Stanley Mccomas will begin monday Jan. 10 at 8 . The 8-lesson series for beginners and one for intermediate plus Bridge players will Cost $12.50 for Center members and $18 for nonmembers. The intermediate plus class will include no duplication material presented to the intermediate class earlier this year. Intermediate Bridge starts monday Jan. 10. Beginners Start thursday Jan. 13. Robert Hurst will teach an 8-session adult guitar class starting tuesday Jan. 11 at 7 30 . Center members fee will be $8 for the series and the fee for non members the Center will be $12.50. New math for parents with mrs. Janet Grambo a Public school teacher As instructor will criminologist to speak Jan. 16 at Center israeli Beauty Queen to Aid Jef drive criminologist Robert f. Borkenstein professor and chairman the department police administration Indiana University will discuss Quot crime prevention criminal prevention a at the next meeting the jewish Community Center open forum sunday Jan. 16 at 8 . At the jewish Community Center association. 6701 Hoover Road. Borkenstein an internationally recognized expert in the Field Law enforcement will discuss the concerns a society faced with a rapidly rising crime rate. Mrs. Robert Long will be in charge hospitality. Tickets to the open forum at Young adults plan 1-Day skiing trip a one Day ski trip to Valley High o., tops the news for jewish Community Center Young adults. Scheduled for sunday Jan. 23, the Outing will begin at the jewish Community Center association at 6 80 . And return at 10 . Cost the trip is $15 including trans it rotation equipment rope Tow and professional lessons. Registration forms May be obtained at the Center 6701 i Hoover Road and must be returned by monday january 10. An orientation and Young adult open meeting will be held at the Center sunday Jan. 9 at 8 . Open lounge for Young adults is every wednesday from 8 to 10 . Contact George Toth at the Center 251-9407 for further information. 75 cents for members and i for non members Are available at the Center May be purchased at the door. Artist to show works at Center Leah s. Traugott jewish Community Center Art instructor will have a month Long exhibit her water colors and oils in the Center adult lounge beginning sunday january 9. From 3 to 5 . Jan. 9 she will be hostess at an open House in the adult lounge to which the Public is invited. Mrs. Traugott who was bom in Cincinnati has lived in Indianapolis since the age six. A graduate the John Herron Art school she has worked As a fashion artist in Indianapolis has won awards at the Indiana state fair and has exhibited in the Hoosier Salon. She is the wife Harry Traugott and the Mother two children. Hanukah party held monday at Borinstein Home members George m. Choban Lodge by Nai by Rith and their families held a hanukah party . 26 together with residents the Borinstein Home at the Home. David Lawton and Martin Cohen members the West Lane Junior High school magic club entertained. Movies were shown and refreshments served. The committee in charge the party included Seymour Schankman Phil Smith Seymour Schwarts and Howard Lieberman. An israeli Beauty Queen will be a special attraction at the Jan. 8 jewish welfare federation Campaign Kickoff at Broadmoor country club. Frieda Abraham a 20-year-old native Bombay will share the spotlight with mrs. Jack a. Goodman and sen. Abraham Ribicoff. The Campaign will be dedicated to mrs. Goodman who will shortly observe her 80th birthday anniversary. Ribicoff will be principal speaker. Miss Abraham was brought to Israel at the age five. Her family was one Many thousands involved in the country a huge absorption program. Her father an accountant worked at Odd jobs until he could master the language Well enough b Nai b Rith girls hold induction Indianapolis by Nai by Rith girls held a Mit induction and Friday night service . 17 at the Home Merrie Cohen. Parents and friends attended the service which was planned and conducted by Doris Felsher jewish heritage chairman. The new inductees also gave a hanukah party . 18 which featured a gift Exchange. Good open my if you Are aggressive and a Good talker we have a Fine opening with a future our sales department. Call 637-2032 begin thursday Jan. 20. The fee for the series 6 lessons is $8 to Center members and $12.00 to non members. Ballroom dancing will meet biweekly starting sunday Jan. 23 at 8 . Don Whitridge pan american dance studios will instruct. The fee for five sessions for Center members is $12.50 and for non members $17.50. Piano lessons there Are two openings in adult piano lessons with mrs. Sara Gorman tuesday from 2-3 . The fee is $3 per half hour and Center membership is required. The schedule for new Spanish classes will be announced. Advance paid registration is required for All classes. Phone mrs. Leona Bennett at 2519467 for registration further information. The congenial couples club the jewish Community Center will sponsor a mixed. Up games affair saturday Jan. 8 at 8 15 . Co chairmen Ara . And mrs. A1 Schutzbank 253-3058, and . And mrs. Arnie Spellman 251-6098. Refreshments will be served. Jewish Community Center association and congenial couples club members fee will be 25 cents. The event is open to nonmembers at a fee $1. Single parents the single parents club the jewish Community Center will meet wednesday Jan. 12 at 8 . With Conrad Nathan executive director jewish social services As guest speaker. His topic will be Quot children Parent and phone the Center 251-9467 for further information about membership requirements for this group single parents who meet regularly to discuss problems and share attitudes. Frieda Abraham to obtain employment in his own profession. Frieda earned a partial scholarship to High school and in 1963 joined the army. After Basic training she was assigned As a teacher in an immigrant Village. She Rose to the rank sergeant and earlier this year was selected by the army to enter the 1965 israeli Beauty pageant. Now a visit with her family in the United states miss Abraham expects to return to Israel soon. Her immediate plans Are to enrol either in the hebrew University in the Art school the Bezalel museum in Jerusalem. On wednesday Jan. 12 at 3 . At the jewish Community Center 6701 Hoover Road Herb Larman and Bea Sandler will present scenes from a twelve angry men at the theater in the Woods meeting. Don Coleman an Active member the group is busily rehearsing for the male Lead in a a Gypsy which foot Lite musicals will present in february. Also in february Bea Sandler Morris Axelrod and Jeff Bloomgarden will present scenes from a enter laughing for the business and professional group Hadassah. Mixed games affair slated

Search All Newspapers in Indianapolis, Indiana

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection