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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - February 15, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 per year fhe wish Post hed 7/ you let the people know they can act intelligent Quot Osly us Indiana edition Friday february 15, 1957 registered As second class m Post office. Indianapolis. Inc women s Council on a fam program the scholarships which National conference of jewish women award to israeli students will be the Center of discussion at 8 15 p. Tuesday feb. 19, on radio station a fam. Two representatives from the Council will be interviewed by Gilbert Forbes. Mrs. Walter Lichtenstein ways and Means committee chairman of the councils Indianapolis Section and mrs. Minna mint Zer overseas interpreter will participate in the program. Mrs. Lichtenstein will discuss the general background of the work of the National Council of jewish women. She will make the Point that it is the funds raised in the ways and Means campaigns of the individual sections which make possible ambitious projects As the scholarship program. Mrs. Mintzer will give the advantages which these scholarships offer to the individual student. She also will account for the use of the special training which students have acquired Here. Having been to Israel she will be Able to highlight her discussion with reference to personal experiences there. Mrs. Lichens ii on the air native of Indianapolis succumbs in Dayton funeral services for Jack s. Louis Kollinger of Dayton har Kollinger 49. A native of in by Kollinger of san Francisco Diana Polis who died tuesday feb. 12, in Dayton were held thursday afternoon at Aaron Ruben funeral Home. Or. Kollinger lived in Indianapolis until three years ago when he moved to Dayton. One of the founders of the Indianapolis jewish menus club he worked years ago for its activities. He also was a member of by Nai by Rith and congregation Beth Al Zedeck. After world War ii he Wras part owner of the army store at s. Illinois st. And Jackson i. Survivors include the widowers. Helen Kollinger of Dayton Mother mrs. Abraham Kollinger of los Angeles two daughters mrs. Shirley Schatz and miss Harriett Kollinger. Both of Dayton four Brothers. And Gene and David Kollinger both of los Angeles two Sisters mrs. Betty Robbins of Danville 111., and mrs. Ann Katz of los Angeles and one grandchild. Burial was in Beth Al cemetery. Science talk at Hillel Bloomington a a How science discovers new answers will be the topic of a discussion by mathematics professor Julius Blum and astronomy professor Marshall Wrubel at the first meeting of the newly organized cultural Frontier forum of the by Nai by Rith Hillel foundation at Indiana University Here. The meeting according to rabbi Mark Fraenkel Hillel director will take place at 8 sunday feb. 17. What s doing sunday feb. 17 acc adult activities film Quot the trial a 8 15 p. Monday Jan. 18 Indianapolis zionist District meeting rabbi David Shapiro speaker 8 30 p. M., Beth Al Temple. Tuesday feb. 19 american jewish Congress annual party 7 p. M., Indiana National Bank. Chug Halvari meeting rabbi David Shapiro speaker 8 30 p. M., Jea building. Wednesday feb. 20 Rev. Jack Mendelsohn of All souls unitarian Church to speak on a Israel and islam today a Beth Al menus club affair 8 15 p. M., Temple vestry pubic invited. Interfaith program by Sinai Temple sisterhood Hadassah by Nai by Rith 8 p. M., Temple Michigan City. Acc dance course by Fred Astaire studio 8 30 p. City born pianist to play Here a Hoosier bom pianist Joseph Bloch returns to his Home town next week end for a pair of concerts with the Indianapolis symphony orchestra. He also will be honoured by the Indiana piano teachers Guild at a luncheon thursday feb. 21, in the Indianapolis athletic club. The musician who last played with the City a orchestra in 1949, will perform the Benjamin Lees piano concerto in its american premiere with Izler Solomon and the orchestra. Bloch 37, is the son of or. And mrs. Joseph m. Bloch sr., 4163 Washington blvd. After attending sunday school at Indianapolis hebrew congregation where he also was confirmed he studied at Butler University the University of Chicago and Harvard. He now teaches at the Juilliard school of music. To. 25 tic expel president sunday for reception the president of the hebrew theological College in Chicago rabbi Oscar z. Fasman is expected to arrive in Indianapolis sunday feb. 17, to participate at a reception that same evening at the Frankovitz Home. The jewish Community has been invited to the reception to hear rabbi David s. Shapiro r present plans for building a new rabbi Fasman a new Campus Vos aet a yiddish troupe will perform an israeli play dreams and deeds Quot at 8 p. Sunday March 3, in Kirshbaum Center. Mrs. Rose Ecktman 5546 Primrose is ticket chairman for the event sponsored by the workmen s Circle. The actors Are sitting left to right Lea Neomi Victor Packer Sonia Zomina and standing David Ellin and Reuben Wendroff. Zionists to hear sex City rabbi rabbi David s. Shapiro formerly of Indianapolis will address a meeting of the Indianapolis zionist District at 8 30 p. Monday feb. 18, in Bethel Zedeck Temple. A color film Quot Zoa in Israel a w ill be shown. It depicts the Israel projects of the zionist organization of America including the Zoa Daniel Frisch House in Tel Aviv and far Silver agricultural training Institute. The guest speaker in addition to serving As spiritual Leader of a Milwaukee synagogue is professor of philosophy at the hebrew theological College in Chicago. City of Hope group to meet a regular meeting of the local chapter of City of Hope medical research Center will be held at 8 30 p. Thursday feb. 21, in Washington hotel according to mrs. Hymen Holowitz president. Members and guests Are invited to participate in a program of games and prizes arranged by program chairman mrs. A1 Goren. In charge of refreshments Are mrs. Martin Levin and mrs. Rose Goldberg. Abraham Maier Dies at Home Abraham Maier 76, one time Shamus at Knesset Israel synagogue died tuesday feb. 12, in the Borinstein Home for the jewish aged. Born in Romania or. Maier came to Indianapolis in 1900. For 50 years he was a member of Knesset Israel. For 30 years until he retired Many years ago. He owned and operated Maiers used furniture store. For the last two years he lived at the Home. He leaves no immediate survivors. Funeral services were held wednesday afternoon at Aaron Ruben funeral Home. Burial was in Knesset Israel cemetery. $5 million Yeshiva and University in Skokie 111. The affair will take place at 8 . Sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Lipot Frankovitz 5555 n. Meridian. Chairman of the evening will be Shoolem Ettinger. Cohorts include Max Berkowitz Eli Ettinger and Leo Talesnick. Talesnick a son is a graduate of the College and now resides in Chicago. Serving on a sponsoring committee Are Sam Dorfman Central hebrew congregation president Albert p. Nahmias Etz Chaim sephardic congregation president Louis Bernstein congregation share Philla president and Gabriel Cohen National jewish Post editor. Rabbi David Shapiro was spiritual Leader of Knesset Israel synagogue Here in 1947-48, a after which he left for a pulpit in Milwaukee which he still holds. He also is professor of philosophy at the hebrew theological College. The new 16-acre Campus to be the largest rabbinical school outside new York will include a four year lib arts College girls College teachers Institute graduate school Pren oratory Academy and talmud research Center As Well As the divinity school. Ground breaking ceremonies were held dec. 9 and the first building a student residence is expected to be completed in the fall. The meeting tomorrow night Marks the beginning of Indianapolis participation in the building of the new University. Mothers meet at Jea an informal meeting for mothers of children enrolled in the jewish educational association kindergarten and Nursery school will be held at 1 30 p. Wednesday feb. 20. In the Jea Library. Problems about the school will be discussed and refreshments will be served. Counci Lettes to offer teen code a codes of behaviour for teenagers will be the subject of a discussion by a panel of Counci Lettes Council of jewish women girls division. The panel is part of two study sessions sponsored by the Council education study committee. The afternoon session will be held at 1 p. Monday feb. 18, at the Home of mrs. David Cook 3829 washing ton blvd. The evening session will take place at 8 p. Wednesday feb. 20, at the Home of mrs. I it Ouis Jaeger 5255 n. Pennsylvania. Men Are invited to attend. Transportation can be arranged by calling mrs. Philip Perlstein at Clifford 1-8480 or mrs. Richard Glasser at Clifford 5-9760. Panel members at both sessions include Roberta Goldstein Evelyn Oakley Linda Prager Elaine Reuben and Kathy Ochs

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