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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - February 18, 1955, Indianapolis, IndianaAnnual brotherhood i 15c per copy $6.00 per year fhe wish of uni s �vy8n 3ivis in Vioni 0 a a if you let the people know they can act intelligently99 Indiana edition registered As second class Matts Post office Indianapolis ind. Friday february 18, 1955 vol. 10�?no. 25elections bernsteins speech to highlight federation dinner zionist District to hear Kenen As speaker at annual dinner i. L. Kenen executive director of the american zionist committee for Public affairs will be the leading speaker at the annual dinner of the Indianapolis zionist District. The dinner is set for 6 30 ., monday feb. 21, at Temple Beth Al. Entertainment for the evening will be furnished by Simon englander and his Trio. Kenen for 17 years a Cleveland news editorial staff Man was Secretary of the american jewish conference from 1943 to 1947 and a member of the first Israel delegation to the United nations from 1948 to 1950. Since 1951, he has been Active in mobilizing Public sentiment in favor of israelis inclusion in the United states economic Aid program. The dinner is open to the Public. I. L. Kenen to address zionists plan of tiered to open Home to All slate jews a plan which would make the Joseph and Anna Borinstein Home for the aged a state wide institution instead of just an Indianapolis one. Was being advanced this week. The admission committee of the Home voted last sunday to begin preliminary talks with rep. Resent Tives of the larger jewish or. Kraft names ten to social service unit ten Active Community workers were nominated this week to the Board of directors of the jewish social services it was announced by or. Bennett Kraft president. Those named to serve three year terms Are Abe Borts Morris Cantor Fritz Goldbach Morris Jacobs mrs. Jack Kammins mrs. Howard Lieberman or. Bertram s. Roth and mrs. Bernard Segal. Named to two year terms Are mrs. Harry Berns and Harry Traugott. Additional nominations May be made by any three contributors to the jewish welfare federation in writing at least five Days prior to the annual meeting. The annual meeting at which the nominees will be voted on will be held monday feb. 28, at the Broadmoor country club jointly with the annual meeting of the jewish welfare federation and its constituent agencies. The nominating committee consisted of mrs. Burton Kohn chair Man Morris Cantor. Robert finn Richard Glasser Morris Jacobs William Hene mrs. Harry Joseph. Mrs. Bernard Kabacker mrs. Lieberman with or. Kraft sex offi Cio. Communities in the state. At present persons from other communities Are being admitted to the Home but on an individual basis. Israeli to visit s. Robert Abrahami director general of Yuval Gad israelis Large pre stressed Concrete pipe factory will visit with a limited group by invitation Only at a luncheon in the hotel Lincoln Friday feb. 18, and at a reception honouring him at the Home of or. And mrs. Sam gift Rin on saturday evening feb. 19. Games film and food Hodos Sah plans exciting time for luncheon meeting feb. 23 an exciting and entertaining pre purim party is being planned for the Hadassah dessert luncheon meeting at 1 Wednesday feb. 23 at the Kirshbaum Center. A truth and consequences program will highlight the party with mrs. Ben pallor As mistress of ceremonies assisted by mrs. Joseph Solinsky and mrs. Oscar reception committee named for Sachar arrival wednesday a City wide reception committee has been named for the appearance Here of or. Abram l. Sachar president of Brand is University who will to principal speaker at a dinner meeting. The meeting will be held at 6.30 Wednesday feb. 23 at the Marott hotel. Heading the local committee is Charles b. Feibleman. He will be assisted by Louis Barnett her a Bert j. Backer mrs. Charles p. Efroymson Cantor Myro Glass Lazure Zaft. In addition to the game a Cpl or movie entitled a moving drama of a homeless child who finds love and happiness in Israel will be shown. The invocation will be Given by mrs. Robert Goldstein and the Benediction by mrs. Amiel Gelb. Mrs. Emanuel Millman hospitality chairman and mrs. Ben Dock co chairman announce that delicacies of various countries baked by experts will be served. The women participating Are mesdames Sam Alpert Zoltun Weiss Alex Katz. Emanuel Deitz David Horwitz Louis Chernin Harry Urwitz. Max Schreier Isa Dore Muschel and Walter Lichtenstein. Mrs. Jack Goodman Goodman Jacob Hays Jack Kammins. Martin Larner manual Quot Quot Leve mrs. Walter Lichtenstein Lewis Lurie Robert m arks Liebert Mossier and Bert Sica Noff. Rose rations May be made by mail to or. Larner at 555 n. Capitol or by phone to mrs. Lichtenstein at by 7758. Formerly a member of the his. Tory faculty of the University of Illinois or. Sachar was one of the pioneers of the Hillel foundation movement which began on that Campus. For Many years be was National director of the Hillel foundation. Philip Bernstein to speak february 28 Lichtenstein names 7 Jarc nominees Walter Lichtenstein chairman of the Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council has submitted seven nominees for election As Community representatives at Large at the jewish welfare federation joint annual meeting to be held on feb. 28. These nominees will be elected for a three year term Julian Kiser Jack Kammins Carl Lyman Maurice Mezoff mrs. Irving Fink or. Bennett Kraft and mrs. Bernard Dolnick. Sigmund Beck was nominated for replacement to an unexpired term of two years and miss Norma seam on for an unexpired term of one year. Additional nominations May be made in writing by five eligible persons in the Community not later than 12 Days before the annual meeting. Those serving with Lichtenstein on the nominating committee Are Charles Kaufman Julian Kiser Abe Borts Merrill Cohen miss Gertrude Rappoport Herbert Falender and David Cook. Funds director listed As featured speaker Philip Bernstein of new York executive director of the Council of jewish federations and welfare funds will be guest speaker at the Golden anniversary dinner of the jewish welfare federation monday night feb. 28, at he Broadmoor country club. Bernstein was president of the National conference for jewish communal services in 1953. He w As formerly assistant director of the Cleveland jewish welfare federation. The dinner also Marks the annual meeting of the jewish welfare federation and its constituent agencies which include the jewish Community Center big Eagle Camp jewish social sen ices Joseph and Annie Borin Seifi Home for the aged Indianapolis jewish Community relation Council jewish educational association and the armed service committee. Name six for Jea Board of directors a slate of six members of the Board has been proposed for election to the jewish educational association Board of directors to fill the vacancies of those whose terms will expire this year. The election will be held monday feb. 28. The candidates for election Are Jack Nelson Robert Dorman Shoolem Ettinger Isadore Katz Lewis Levy and Manuel Leve. Additional nominations May be submitted to the nominating committee ten Days prior to the meeting of the Board. Manuel Segal headed the nomination committee. Other members were Lewis Levy Isadora Katz Albert Reuben and mrs. Ruth Paller. Sachar to meet twice International relations group to View . Foreign policy the International relations study group of the Indianapolis Section of National Council of jewish women will hold two meetings this month on american foreign policy. The first will be at 1 Monday feb. 21. At the Home of mrs. Victor Goldberg in the form of a dessert luncheon. The second will be at 8 Tuesday feb. 22. At the Home of mrs. Theodore Dann. Husbands of members Are cordially invited to attend the second meeting. The speakers at the monday meeting will be or. George m. A Council for world affairs a which is a new Community group with which Council is working. The program for the feb. 22 meeting w ill consist of a Book re Waller and mrs. Charles Thomas View by James a. Eldrige Mem or. Waller is the chairman of the Ber of the staff of the Indian Apo history and political science de Lis news of a Faith and Freedom apartment of Butler University. By Barbara Ward. Mrs. Thomas mrs. Thomas will give a Progress will repeat her report Tor this report on the development of the meeting
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