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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 15, 1943, Indianapolis, IndianaThe Post is sent free to All service men Send in their names and addresses published weekly the Alt 0 jails in Vlf Quot i Post $2.00 per year Guiana jewry vol 11, no. 32 Indianapolis. Ind. January 15. 1943 entered As second class matter at the Post of Floe at Indianapolis under the act of March t. 1179. Rabbi Harry to address joint men s club. Sisterhood meeting wednesday rabbi Elias Charry of Germantown penn., formerly spiritual Leader of Beth Al Zedeck congregation of this City will be the principal speaker at the joint meeting of the Beth Al menus club and Beth Al sisterhood at 8 30 p. M. Wednesday Jan. 20. Also on the program will be a pageant depicting the life of Chaim Nachman Bialik noted hebrew pageant will be presented by members of the sisterhood under the direction of mrs. Harry Alpert. Included in the cast Are mesdames s. Dich ter b. Paller s. Weinstein e. Rosenberg j. Celender s. J. Dob Rowitz l. Talesnick m. Glass z. Schrier i. Muchiel and s. Ettinger and Libby Maurer and Nina Gallin. Mrs. Abe Tafte will assist at the piano. The opening prayer will be Given by mrs. Louis Rappaport. Rabbi Charry served As rabbi of Beth Al Zedeck congregation for nine years and last fall accepted a Call at Germantown a suburb of Philadelphia. A refreshments will be served by the sisterhood. Jewish school children crowd City Hall in protest or telegraphic Agency Chicago a jewish school children crowded the City Council Chambers this week to protest the massacre of jewish children by the nazis in Poland and other occupied countries. They requested that mayor Kelly transmit their demand to president Roosevelt that the United nations take Steps to save jewish children in other countries from hitlers systematic extermination. The demonstration was sponsored by the jewish labor committee of Chicago. Rabbi Charry Pepper warns jews of growing Bias by jew us telegraphic Agency Buffalo n. warning to the jews of America to be prepared to meet a rising wave of into Lanrence in this country a against which All americans must take Strong measures a was voiced this week by senator Claude Pepper of Florida addressing 600 delegates assembled at the hotel Statler Here for a state wide conference of the United Pale Titie to address . Auxiliary Ian. 25 the auxiliary of the j. E. A. Will meet at 2 p. M. Monday Jan. 25 at Kirshbaum Center. Mrs. M. Sussman associate chairman for program has announced that rabbi Nandor Fruchter of Central hebrew congregation will be the guest speaker. Mrs. J. Fogle pres ident has called a Board meeting for the same Day at 1 15 so that All business and meeting can be conducted the same sees Hull and Eisenhower by Ira Lekli Terew Yhip Agency Washington a or. Stephen s. Wise president of the american jewish Congress this week called on Secretary of state Cordell Hull with whom he discussed a number of jewish problems. He also saw Milton Eisenhower own official who recently returned from North May relax immigration Laws if others follow by be Wanh Tryr Grimh Agency London a the British War Cabinet is considering the possibility of relaxing the i Migra n restrictions for jews escaping from the nazis the London press reported this week. The report adds that the government will make the admission of the jews to Britain conditional on the Allied and Neutral countries doing the same the object being to ensure Aid for the jews on the widest possible scale. Commencing upon the fact that 600 Jewsh children from Poland were compelled to leave last week for Palestine from Teheran by Way of India which adds hundreds of Miles to their journey because of the Iraq government refused them transit passage through Iraq despite american and British intervention the British newspapers demand that either prime minister Churchill or foreign Secretary Eden make a statement in parliament regarding iraqis conduct. A full Page editorial in the influential Liberal weekly. New statesman and nations entitled a your part in the massacres a urges the admission into Palestine of 40,000 jewish refugees under the provisions of the White paper of 1939. A it is intolerable a the editorial states a a that Palestine of All places should be closed and by our own by Nai by Rith initiates move to bring order out of chaos on Post War status by jew la a Agency Washington by Nai by Rith has invited representatives of the major National jewish membership organizations in the United states to a preliminary conference at the William Penn hotel Pittsburgh saturday evening january 23 and sunday january 24, to consider what Steps should be taken to bring about some agreement on the part of the american jewish Community with respect to the Post War status of jews and the up building of a jewish Palestine. Announcement of the conference was made Here by Henry Monsky president of by Nai by Rith who extended the invitation to 32 National membership organizations. Each organization invited was asked to designate from one to three representatives to the conference. In explaining the purpose of the conference or. Monsky said a american jewry which will be required in Large measure to assume the responsibility of representing the interests of our people at the Victory peace conference must be ready to voice the judgment of american jews along with that of the other jewish communities of free countries with respect to the Post War status of jews and the up building of a jewish Palestine. Every thoughtful jew interested in the present critical situation with which we Are confronted must be profoundly concerned with the distressing conflicts which threaten to impede concerted action. The purpose of the conference is to bring together the representatives of major National jewish membership organizations in order that they May consider what Steps should be taken to bring about some agreement on the part of the american jewish Zimeles Che Sod to meet a regular meeting of the Zimeles Che Sod society will be held at 2 p. M. Monday Jan. 19, at the talmud torah building Union and Mccarty streets. Mrs. Sam Levin program chairman has arranged an interesting program. Refreshments will be , local names on . Honor list apr Hal new York the jewish National fund has published this week its Honor Roll of Box holders whose boxes yielded $10.00 or More during the last three months. Included on the list were mrs. M. Troop of Hammond ind. And or. And mrs. A. J. Solar. Mrs. C. Cora and or. B. Maierson. All of Indianapolis. H. Masliansky Dies by be Wanh telegraphic Agency new York Rev. Hirsch has Liansky noted jewish scholar and internationally known zionist orator died Here this week at the age of 87. Notice because of slow mail service publicity from several organisations has not reached us in time to be included in this Issue and has not. Of course been intentionally excluded. Organisations whose publicity does not appear Are asked to mail news earlier in the at last on Way to Palestine to re fed. Educated by Hadassah a pc to new York six Hundred polish jewish refugee children after three years of wandering and four months of enforced waiting in Camps outside of Teheran Iran Are now on their Way to the holy land where they will be permanently settled. Hadassah has announced that the polish government in exile has agreed to pay part of the maintenance costs once they reached Palestine. $100,000 was cabled to Palestine by Hadassah this week to provide emergency feeding and to Start a Long Range program of education for the children. According to miss Gisela Warburg National youth Aliyah immigration chairman of Hadassah the children Are part of a mass of 14,000 jewish and non jewish poles who were bogged Down in Teheran last september because the iraqi government refused the jews among them transit through their country despite pressing official representations by the British embassy Here and the american state department to Nuri is said Pasha prime minister of Iraq. Miss Warburg stated that no reason was Given for this refusal in which the Iraq government persisted even though the jewish Agency in Palestine guaranteed that the children would be rushed through their country in sealed trains if necessary. They Are journeying by Way of Awaz in Iran to a seaport on the coast of the persian Gulf from which they will go around the arabian Peninsula and up the red sea to the Suez canal. From that Point they will be taken Overland to Palestine. Because of iraqis refusal to permit them transit their route has been increased Fox 111 Quot Tislim Quot read rabbi Samuel j. Fox spiritual Leader of the United hebrew congregation was improving Friday at his Home 1524 s. Talbot following a serious illness earlier in the week. The rabbi was taken ill saturday and tuesday when his fever reached almost. 104 degrees a til Imp was said for him at his own shul the South Side sewing group also said a prayer for the rabbi. Mrs. Elazer r. Muskin wife of the Chicago rabbi and Mother of mrs. Fox was with the family All this week. Or. I. J. Kwitney is treating rabbi to speak to local veterans Indianapolis jewry will be Host to Benjamin Kaufman National commander of jewish War veterans of the United states when he Speaks before a Public meeting planned for wednesday Jan. 27. The meeting will be attended by representatives of All jewish organizations by civic and military figures and by the general Public according to an announcement made by Max Rutenberg commander of the local jewish veterans. Commander Kaufman who will be the gust of or. Ruten Berg who c in , is one of 72 men who a c received the congressional medal of Honor the highest award within the gift the american vengeance threats not effective. Poles Ray i or to Loki no hic of furry London the polish National Council in a Resolution adopted this week stressed that the warnings issued by the Allied nations with regard to Post War punishment of the nazis guilty of torturing and killing innocent civilians in occupied territories have brought no Relief to the jews in is bom to Theodore danns or. And mrs. Theodore Dann 1 e. 36 st., announce the birth of a son their first child at the methodist Hospital last wednesday Jan. 6. Or. Dann who is president of the jewish Community Center association is National prior of Sigma Alpha my jewish social fraternity and president of the mid West Sec a ion of the jewish welfare Board. He is associated with Jackiel w. Joseph in the Law firm of Joseph no to head Louisville drive Louisville by. A Jack Goldfarb. Of this City formerly of Indianapolis will head tha Allied jewish Campaign Here which opens on thursday. Jan. 28, it was announced. He will be assisted by Gilbert Ades

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