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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 11, 1957, Indianapolis, IndianaI5c per copy $6 per year Indiana edition Ili eos Ewi Sli to a it you let the people know. They Cam act intelligently Quot ? c tote so Friday january 11, 1957 registered As second class matter Post office Indianapolis. Indiana. Volume Xii a no. 2# its All for you skit will be presented for federation women a dramatic skit a a it Sall for you Quot will be presented at the Jan. 23 meeting of the women a division of the Indianapolis jewish welfare federation to be held at congregation Beth Elze deck Temple. A a the event will begin with a Buffet luncheon catered by mrs. 12 15 from to Eva Rutenberg 1 15 . A a it Sall for you a written by mrs. Ben Paller will present in dramatic and entertaining form the manifold activities of the Indianapolis Jef and their bearing on the daily lives of All. The cast of characters includes the grandmother mrs. David Hollander the Mother mrs. Oscar Zaft and the daughter miss Joan Paller. Mrs. Myron Weinstein is director of the presentation. Oscar a. Mintzer executive director of the Jwo of will appear As the voice of the Community. Directors of the various local agencies of the Jef will appear in their actual capacities a1 Chernin executive director of the local jewish Community relations Council a1 Dobrof executive director Kirshbaum Community Center Jacob gut Hartz executive director jewish social services Aaron in Trater executive director jewish educational association and or. Morton Leeds executive director Borinstein Home for the aged. Mrs. Victor a. Teixler is program chairman of the affair which will Mark the Ini t i a 1 meeting of the year round women a division of the local Jef. A 11 organizations Are cooperating i n the event. A mass attendance is anticipated. Chairman of the women a division is mrs. Samuel Schahet mrs. Abe Kroot is vice chairman. Cost of the Buffet luncheon will be $1 a person. All local jewish women Are invited and Are requested to make their reservations promptly. Mrs. Teixler City of Hope slates meeting the City of Hope free medical research Center will discuss plans for its and Book kick off supper at its next meeting at 8 30 . Thursday Jan. 17. At the Washington hotel. The kick off supper will be at 7 . Monday Jan. 28, at the Home of mrs. Harry Marcus 630 e. 58th st. Mrs. Joe Budnick will be in charge of a a Rainbow Wall of Hope prayer honouring the members who have purchased these titles. Mrs. Archie Aronstam will show movies of the past donor dinner dances and other major affairs of the local chapter. Mes. Rose Goldberg and Martin Levin will be in charge of hospitality at the meeting. Mrs. Hyman Hollowitz will preside. Old age Home gets adjacent House As gift announcement of an Anonymous gift of the House immediately South of the Joseph and Annie Borinstein Home for the jewish aged to be used for the purpose of adding to the facilities of the Home was made by Samuel Kroot. President of the jewish welfare federation at its 52d annual dinner meeting in Broadmoor country club on monday. The new building formerly owned by the Binford estate has been Given to the federation and will be used to develop a residence Wing for the Home which will accommodate 10 persons Kroot said. A this generous contribution represents one of the major gifts to our federation in recent years outside of a regular fundraising contribution a he added. A it increases the facilities of the Borinstein Home by one third and enables the Home to meet the waiting list that has developed. It is expected that the new building will be renovated and equipped and ready for occupancy within the next few weeks a he concluded. State by group will hold meeting in Michigan City a group meeting of the Indiana state by Nai by Rith association will be held at 10 30 . Sunday Jan. 13, in Sinai Temple Michigan. City. Lodges in the group Are East Chicago Elkhart it. Wayne Gary Hammond Michigan City and South Bend. Officers and directors of the state association District deputies members of general committee and chairmen of state committees also will attend. Committee reports will cover Hillel vocational guidance youth services. Adl institutes of Judaism and Israel. Discussions of Lodge and state problems will include Lodge programs membership and retention Public relations As affected by recent events in the Middle East care of aged in Northern Indiana inter Lodge activities and evaluation of state convention program. Lilly endowment inc. Donates $40,000 to acc building fund announcement of a Grant of $40,000 by the Lilly endowment inc., to the building fund of the new jewish Community Center was made by Samuel Kroot jewish welfare federation president at the annual meeting of the federation on Jan. 7. This contribution represents the gift to the building fund and substantially aids in furthering the work of the federation in raising funds for the new Center. Asthmatic Home Board will meet on tuesday the Indianapolis chapter of the jewish National Home for asthmatic children at Denver will hold a Board meeting at 12 30 . Tuesday Jan. 15, at the Home of mrs. Maurice Atlas 4350 n. Meridian at. A dessert luncheon will be served. Co hostess will be mrs. Edward Levin a boost for the building a. Harold Duling right director of Lilly endowment inc., is shown above presenting a Check for $40,000 to Samuel Kroot president of the local jewish welfare federation who accepted it on behalf of the jewish Community Center association at the 52d annual meeting of the Jef monday night. The Money will be a big boost to the new acc building now under construction at 67th and Hoover Road. See other picture inside. De Clarke to install officers of Chc men s club at dinner de Clarke Indianapolis chairman of Bonds for Israel will install the incoming officers of the Central hebrew congregation menus club at a dinner at 6 30 . Sunday Jan. 20, in the synagogue vestry. Officers to be installed Are president Abe Baker first Vic president Jack Bunes second vice president Jack Leventhal treasurer Sheldon Giniger Secretary Bernard Segal and trustees Mark Bayer and or. Sam Berger. Reservations for the dinner will be limited to 200 tickets. Tickets can be obtained from any member of the club. The dinner will Mark the beginning of the clubs third year. Rabbi Nandor Fruchter of the congregation is advisor. Chc women will sponsor members Square dance the Central hebrew co Grega Geff Anthony Miceli Dave nah tion sisterhood will sponsor a mias. B. Nickbarg. Alfred Sachs Square dance Lor members who lini4n Sachs Sidney Sakowitz. Have completed their earning morals Schneider David Schwilm fund quotas at 8 . Sunday Mer Shapiro George Sny. The synagogue ves Der and Harry Stein. Jan. 13, in try room. The Max Casper Trio will provide music. Husbands of members will be guests. Refreshments will be served. Door prizes will be Given. Some of the door prizes have been donated by mrs. Sam Levinsky sisterhood president and mrs. Sam Berger ways and Means chairman and head of the earning fund project. At last report the members who had completed their quotas were Mes. David Abraham by Bearman Harry Berman Irving Birnbaum Minnie Black Ben Bornstein. Jack Bunes Charlie Calderon Bessie Elkin Lewis Finegold. Louis Goldstein. Harry Greenberg Paul Hirsch Leo Klausner Abe Kraus Ervin Lebowitz Sam Levinsky Lester Linder sol me beginners of Jea plan Siyoum party the beginners class of or. Michael Atzmon at the jewish educational association will hold a Siyoum party at 4 . Wednesday Jan. 16, in Celebration of its completion of the Aleph bet Reader. At the party which climaxes their first terms work. The 32 children will have a class demonstration. Parents and relatives Are invited to View the class As it demonstrates its skill in Reading writing speaking and singing hebrew and to become familiar with modern techniques used by the teacher. The Jea auxiliary Wil serve refreshments to the students. A rising vote of thanks was expressed to g. Harold Duling director of Lilly endowment inc., by the audience in appreciation for this generous gift. A second gift of $5,000 was presented by mrs. Theodore r. Dann president of the Indianapolis Council of jewish women to the Community Center building fund from funds which had accumulated Over the years for an institutional program. Mrs. Dann explained that the Money originally had been accumulated to develop facilities for single girls coming to Indianapolis but that when the need for this service did not develop the Council Felt that one of the most worthwhile and important Community institutions which could Benefit from this fund was in Center building fund. She made the presentation of the Check to or. Dann who is chairman of the joint building committee for the new7 Center. These contributions bring the total raised in the Community Center building fund drive to $430,000, or. Kroot said. Kroot and the entire slate of officers were re elected to serve another year As leaders of the Jef at the meeting held at the Broadmoor country club. Re elected As officers were Irwin Katz vice president in charge of budget and policy Samuel Schahet vice president in charge of fund raising Theodore r. Dann vice president in charge of administration Richard Glasser Secretary Leo Selig treasurer. Elected to serve As members of the Board of directors for three year terms were Sigmund j. Beck Joseph a. Borinstein Ben Domont mrs. Manuel Cassen. Mrs. Charles Efroymson Robert finn Stanley Herman Jack b. Kammins Isadora h. Katz mrs. Lewis Levy Samuel Schahet Bernard stroy Man. Elected to serve As honorary members of the Board in 1957 were Louis j. Borinstein David Cook Theodore r. Dann. Charles Feibleman Victor Goldberg Albert s. Goldstein sr., l. L. Goodman Manuel i. Leve Lewis Levy David Lurvey Sidney Mahalowitz Liebert Mossier. Jacob Solo then and Isaac Wolf. Aliens must Register by Jan. 31. Says ass every alien regardless of How Long in this country must file a report of his address to the government before Jan. 31 or face a severe registration forms Are available at any Post office and must be filled out and handed to one of the clerks. Those who have any questions should Call jewish social services. Me 4 7401

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