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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - February 1, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 per year he wish Post Quot i you let the people know. They can act intelligently Quot published weekly Indiana edition Friday february 1, 1957 registered As second class matter Post office. Indianapolis Indiana. Volume Xii a no. 2?. Terre Hautess uhf to install new rabbi rabbi David Raab formerly of the Liberal Temple in Baton Rouge la., will be installed Friday night feb. 1, As the new rabbi of United hebrew congregation in Terre haute. Delivering the Sermon will be or. Emil Leipziger rabbi emeritus of the Touro synagogue in new Orleans la., and a past president of the Central conference of american rabbis. The new rabbi was graduated with honors from Brooklyn College. He was ordained in 1945 at the hebrew Union College jewish Institute of religion where he also received a master of hebrew letters. During the korean War rabbi Raab served in Japan As chaplain in the United states army. There he taught hebrew and jewish history to members of the japanese Israel association. It. Gen. Blacksheer m. Bryan former commandant at West Point awarded the rabbi a citation for his chaplaincy work. Rabbi Raab is Deputy National chaplain of the jewish War veterans and a National Board member of the joint distribution committee. He also is a member of several organizations among them rabbi David Raab in new in pulpit. Rabbi to participate in the israeli olympics As a member of the United states soccer team. Rabbi Raab is married to the the zionist organization of former Susan Shalman of Tel America american jewish com Aviv. Mrs. Raab is a Singer and Mittee. B Nai Stith. American dancer and plays the israeli Hal legion. In and biblical drum. Their in 1955 he was the Only daughter Linda Joy is 2.asthmatic Home to hear decorator James g. Mcdonald of the Arlington fabric shop will lecture on and demonstrate a decorating is fun at a meeting of the Indianapolis chapter of the jewish Home for asthmatic children at Denver at 12 30 p. M. Tuesday feb. 5, in the Indiana National Branch Bank building at 56th and Illinois. A dessert luncheon will be served. The opening prayer will be Given by mrs. Maurice Weinstein the closing prayer by mrs. Sam Levan. Mrs. Jack sacks is program chairman mrs. Joe Solinsky co chairman. The Indianapolis chapter also is looking Forward to a Golden earning fund luncheon March 5 at the Continental hotel. Mrs. Gary much Heads the ways and Means committee. Mrs. Lester Waldman is her Maurice Goldblatt to review Book in store rabbi Maurice Goldblatt will review a three saints and a sinner a by Louise Tharp at 1 30 . Wednesday feb. A. In Ayres auditorium. A style show will follow the review. Proceeds will be used to add equipment at Goodwill of Hope to plan plans for the City of Hope donor and Book and other coming events will be discussed at a Board meeting of the medical and research centers Indianapolis chapter at 8 15 . Thursday feb. 7, at the Home of mrs. Isadore Rosen. 3255 Washington blvd. Mrs. Saul Rabb and mrs. Harry Roth will be assistant hostesses. Chc sisterhood schedules sweetheart dance for feb. 10 the Central hebrew congregation sisterhood a ill present its seventh annual sweetheart dance sunday evening feb. 10. At the Westchester country club. Dancing will begin at 8 30 . Bill Akin and his new yorkers will provide the music. Prizes will to warded to members who worked on the and Book. Featured prizes Are vacations at Oakton Manor. Per Waukee wis., and at the desert inn Las vegas. As in past years movies will be taken of the dance. Price of admission is $1.75 per person. Mrs. A1 Greenberger is in charge of tickets. Mrs. Sam Berger is dance chairman with Mes. David Fogle and Sam Levinsky As co chairmen. Other members who worked on the dance and and Book committees Are Mes. M. Bunes Harry Stein Sidney Sakowitz Jack Bunes. Harry Stein Sidney Sakowitz Jack Bunes Paul Hirsch. George Snyder Ernest Herman. Archie Aronstam Dave nah mias Herman Rundberg sol Schcehter and Nate Sachs. For tickets Call mrs. Greenberger cd 5-2365.have you heard Mozart s a major symphony to play a program of classical favourites never before heard Here will be presented by Izler Solomon and the Indianapolis symphony orchestra at 8 30 p. M. Saturday feb. 2, and again at 3 p. M. Sunday in the Murat theatre. In the spotlight will be concertmaster Eric Rosenblith making his first Solo performance of a major concerto. A native of Vienna and former concert master of the san Antonio Texas symphony Rosenblith holds the highest musical academic degree in France. For this debut he has selected Mozart a concerto in a major which has never been performed locally. Tickets at $3.75, $3.00, $2.50, $1.75, and $1.25 Are available at the Box office Murat theatre Melrose 5-9596.israelis will speak at Nakhlah affair by Long distance a special closed circuit Telephone broadcast from officials of the government of Israel will highlight the 8th annual Indianapolis Nakhlah founders affair sunday evening. Latest details on the state of affairs in the Middle East will be Given by israeli statesmen by women s regional head will speak Here mrs. Goldie Sosoff North Midwest regional chairman of Pioneer women and president of the Milwaukee chapter will be guest speaker at the dessert luncheon meeting of the Indianapolis chapter of Pioneer women at 1 p. M. Thursday feb. 7. At the Indiana National Bank Illi Nois Westfield Branch. Hostesses will be mrs. Louis Litvak chairman assisted by Mes. Sarah Davis Samuel Eshowsky and Joe society editor elected to press club mrs. Emma Kominers society editor of the Indiana edition of the National jewish Post has been unanimously elected a member of the Indiana women a press Star. Miss Sandra Dubow was chosen to play the leading role in the play a miss Sadie Thompson a which was presented at the Pasadena playhouse in Pasadena. Cal., recently. Sandra is a student at the Pasadena University of Fine arts. She is the daughter of or. And i s. Jack c. Dubow 3619 n. Pennsylvania. In arc executive to help Chart civic meetings Albert d. Chernin executive director of the Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council has been appointed by the Indianapolis Council on world affairs As co chairman of a pro this traditional ceremony created by Cantor Myro Glass is being emulated in several other communities. The affair will be held at s p. M. Sunday. Feb. 3, in Temple Beth Al Zedeck synagogue. Admission is by $2 donation to the jewish National fund. Featured at the inf event will in Cantor Moshe Kuse Vitsky. Assisting him at the piano will be mrs. Judah Goldring wife of Temple Beth Els Cantor. A Candle lighting ceremony. ,. Will Mark the 56th anniversary Gram committee to plan a series a ,.of the jewish National fund of Community meetings focusing on the Middle East crisis the satellite revolts and the threat to the Western Alliance. The first meeting will be a state wide Institute sponsored by the league of women voters tim Boxer is Post s on wednesday feb. 27. _ a. R Indiana editor tim Boxer has been named news editor of the National jewish Post. For the past four months he served As editor of the Chicago edition of the paper. He now also will be editor of the India a a edition. Born in Winnipeg. Manitoba he is the son of or. And mrs. Gabriel Boxer of that Canadian City. Or. Boxer studied at the hebrew theological College in Chicago the last four years. He As a student also at the University of Chicago Northwestern and Roosevelt universities. Here s new officers of men s club Indianapolis jewish menus club has elected a new slate of officers at a meeting on tuesday Jan. 15. President for the year 1957 is David Fogle. Ben Bernstein is first vice president followed by Bernie Silverstein As second Vic president and Ike Nisenbaum As third vice president. Julius Bryan was elected corresponding Secretary while Sidney Sakowitz became recording Secretary. Treasurer is Jack Toobin parliamentarian Milton Bohard sergeants at arms Frank Ger Sten. Ruby Reiswerg and Harold Zukerman. Directors include by Cohen. A1 Morris Jesse Miroff or. Sol Herman Rubin Riskin a1 Greenberger Morris Nahmias Ben sacks and Louis . Horowitz memorial to be unveiled feb. 10 a Monument in memory of Harry Horowitz will be unveiled at 2 30 . Sunday. Feb. 10, at Knesset Israel cemetery. Rabbi Raphael Lobo will officiate. Friends and relatives Are invited. Three in Indianapolis eight hoosiers join 550 americans in letter to Ike supporting Israel new York eight Indiana persons have joined 550 americans across the country in urging president Eisenhower to it it a bring about direct negotiations Between the arabs and israelis for a lasting peace settlement. The eight affixed their names to a letter which was sent to the White House on thursday Jan. 17. The text of the Appeal was made Public by the american Christian Palestine committee a private non partisan group located at 5 e. 55th st., new York City. Included in the list were the following the Rev. Or. Wil Liam o Breedlove or. Sumner l. Martin and mrs. Walker Myers All of Indianapolis the Rev. Or. Frank e. Davison of South Bend or. Thomas e. Jones of Richmond prof. Herbert Muller of Bloomington. Or. Glen of Dell of Bedford and or s. A. Witmer of fort Wayne. The Appeal called for the United nations to administer the Gaza area until a final disposition will be made. These Are other Points called for by the letter United nations police Force to patrol a Buffer zone in Sinai desert Between Israel and Egypt United states help finance resettlement of jewish and Arab refugees. United nations troops remain in the area until the above two objectives Are realized. A a a
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