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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 4, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 por year the wish 7/ you let the people know. They can act intelligently Indiana edition Friday january 4, 1957 registered As second class matter Post office. Indianapolis Indiana. Of oni aug Hon 3iv16 vivid in 0 d a a a time Xii a no. 19 Jef meeting open to the Community the annual meeting of the jewish welfare federation which is to be held at 6 30 p. M. Monday Jan. 7, at Broadmoor country club is open to the entire Community Samuel Kroot federation president announced. Marking the 52d year of service by the federation the meeting we elect new members Tow of women set plans for first meeting plans have been completed for the first Community wide meeting of the women a division of the Indianapolis jewish welfare federation to be held on wednesday Jan. 23, at congregation Beth Al Zedeck Temple. The women a division was recently organized As a functioning year round activity of the local jewish Community. Mrs. Samuel Schahet is chairman of the organization with mrs. Abe Kroot vice chairman and mrs. Mildred Levey Secretary. A the permanent women a division was founded a said mrs. Schahet a with two main purposes in mind. Our first objective is to educate our women to their responsibilities As members of our jewish Community and to inform them of the Many activities of the jewish welfare federation. A your second objective is to develop and train leadership to assume responsible roles in our Community and to Lead and participate in future campaigns of the jewish welfare the local agencies of the Indianapolis Jef will be dramatically described and recapitulation of the Middle East situation we ill bring those attending up to Date on the latest developments there. Invitations Are being sent to All Indianapolis jewish women to attend the affair and All jewish women a organizations Are co operating in the various phases of the event. There will be no solicitation of to speak to Golden agers Jacob c. Guthartz executive director of the jewish social services Here will address members of the Golden age club at the groups next meeting at 1 . Tuesday Jan. 8, at the Kirshbaum Community Center. Following Guthartz stalk refreshments will be served and the clubs usual activities will take place. The Golden age club is a recreational organization sponsored jointly by the National Council of jewish women and the jewish Community Center. Anyone interested in but not yet a member of the club is invited to attend the meeting. Knesset Israel ladies to meet monday at shul the ladies auxiliary of Knes is Israel congregation will meet at 1 . Monday Jan. 7, at the a Nagoga 1023 s. Meridian at its Board of directors. In addition a special meeting of the Board will be held for the purpose of electing officers to Lead the federation during 1957. The guest speaker will be Rev. Jack Mendelsohn minister of the All souls unitarian Church in Indianapolis who during the summer of 1956, travelled extensively in the Middle East and Europe making a study of Israel and Arab Israel relations. Rev. Mendelsohn will discuss a creative approach to Middle East nominees to serve three year terms As new members to the Board Are Sigmund j. Beck Ben Domon Robert finn Stanley Herman and Joseph a. Borinstein. Nominees to serve As honorary members of the Board Are Louis j. Borinstein David Cook Theodore Dann Charles Feibleman Victor Goldberg Albert s. Goldstein sr., Lazure l. Goodman Manuel i. Leve Lewis Levy David Lurvey Sidney Mahalo Witz Liebert Mossier Jacob Solotken and Isaac Wolf. Nominees to serve a second term As officers of the federation Are Samuel Kroot president Irwin Katz vice president in charge of budget and policy Samuel s. Schahet vice president in charge of fund raising Theodore r. Dann vice president in charge of administration Richard Glasser Secretary and Leo Selig treasurer. Rosenbaum to play Victor Rosenbaum will be among the students in the special instruction division of the Jordan College of music who will perform in the second of a series of six Honor recitals at 7 45 . Tuesday Jan. 8. In Odeon Hall 106 e. North st. There is no admission to be inon Uja to circuit Indianapolis will participate in a dramatic closed circuit nationwide telecast the first of its kind Ever attempted by a Phil anthropic organization when the United jewish Appeal makes an extraordinary attempt to reach simultaneously 5,000 to 6,000 key Campaign leaders and contributors by linking 28 Community meetings across the u. S. Via a private television network on tuesday Jan. 15. The plan was announced by Samuel Kroot jewish welfare federation president who said that the local meeting will be held at 8 . In the Claypool hotel Assembly room. All members of the jewish Community a re invited. The meeting will be part of the forthcoming local Campaign to help nationwide Uja raise through local Community campaigns a $100 million emergency Rescue fund Over and above regular 1957 needs. Object of the Rescue fund is to transport and resettle at least 100.000 jewish men women and children in danger in Egypt Hungary and a closed door countries of Europe North Africa and the Middle East. The program will include a special message by Israel prime minister David Ben Gurion and a report on the critical situation of egyptian and hungarian refugees by rabbi Herbert a. Friedman executive vice chairman of the United jewish Appeal who will have returned from a tour of Austria Italy France and other countries where these jewish refugees await Transfer to permanent Homes. Featured on the program originating in new7 York City will be William Rosenwald. General chairman of the Uja Edward m. M. Warburg 1956 a continued on Back Page in arc will Send 4 experts to address cities through state the Indiana jewish Community relations Council revealed plans to Send four nationally known jewish Community relations experts around the state during the next four months in the in arc version of a a whistle Stop Campaign to address Indiana a jewish communities on issues of concern to them. A in this Way a David m. Cook in arc president said a we Hope to strengthen the understanding of the jewish communities in regard to their role and responsibilities in the area of jewish Community participating in the series will be or. S. Andthil Fineberg noted Community relations consultant of the american jewish committee Jules Cohen National coordinator of the National Community relations advisory Council Philip Baum of the commission on Law and social action of the american jewish Congress and rabbi Eugene Lipman director of the commission on social action of Reform Judaism and author of the newly published Book Justice and Judaism. For four successive months starting next week each of these speakers will speak in More than a half dozen jewish communities around the state including Gary it. Wayne Evansville South Bend and Indian Apolis. The jewish federations and Community relations councils of these communities set up this series jointly with the Indiana Jarc. Kicking off the series next week on Friday Jan. 12, in Evansville Jules Cohen called the a nerve Center of the a crack will Confer with the jewish communities on the Domestic Impact of the Middle Eastern crisis. As the a crack National coordinator Cohen has played a key role in mobilizing the resources of More than half a dozen National agencies and More than 35 local agencies for joint action in response to events continued on Bank Page he Beth Al women set joint meet the Indianapolis hebrew congregation sisterhood will be hostess this year at the annual joint january meeting of the inc and Beth Al Zedeck sisterhood. The meeting will be held at 12 30 p. M. Monday Jan. 14, in the inc vestry room. Rabbi Maurice Davis will speak on a observations of a Morris Hershman a senior student at the hebrew Union College in Cincinnati the first student in the history of the school to serve As director of the Huc choir will speak on a the scope of jewish he will augment his presentation with musical illustrations on the guitar. Mrs. Sam Kroot serving As hospitality chairman will be assisted by mrs. Louis sentir As co chairman. Mrs. Godfrey Lef ton is in charge of decorations. All inc sisterhood members Are unofficial members of the hospitality committee and Are expected to bring cakes and pastries for a dessert luncheon to any of three Homes on Sun Day Jan. 13. Homes serving As collection centers Are those of mrs. Joseph Engelberg 6857 Washington blvd. Mrs. David Leven Hal 5769 Washington blvd., and i s. Melvin Friedenberg 4603 Park. Mrs. Morton Wolman is program chairman. Mrs. Marvin Sablosky is president of the hostess group mrs. Albert Reuben of the guest sisterhood. Photo by Zalma first payment the Westchester country club made its initial payment on the mortgage at the Fidelity Trust company As the year 1956 came to a close. Samuel j. Kagan above third from right is shown presenting a Check for $25,000�?the first step in the clubs program of liquidating its entire mortgage to or. Buhl representing the mortgage Holder. Looking on Are left to right de Clarke Milton Siegel Dave Levitt Murry Dulberger and William b. Miller. The funds for the payment of the mortgage were raised through a Bond Issue subscribed to by members of the women Start choral group Julius a. Neuberger a graduate of the Brooklyn polytechnic Institute and piano student at the Jordon College of music has consented to direct a Central hebrew sisterhood choral group formed recently at the synagogue. The group will meet twice a month at the synagogue. Its next meeting will be from 8 to 10 . Wednesday Jan. 9. Neuberger. Who is known Here for his performances on radio and the group plan to work with difficult numbers. Persons interested in joining the group or wishing More information May Call mrs. Jack Bones cd 5-9743

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