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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 18, 1957, Indianapolis, IndianaLac per copy $6 per year fhe wish is uni for Snodon Vikt it you let the people know they can act intelligently Ovnan 3xv1s vivid in 0 d Indiana edit on Friday january 18, 195t Post folic ? Indianapolis. Indiana. Dance makers. Three dance chairmen left to right. Kenny Ossip hospitality Allan Arlow assistant program and Robert Netzorg entertainment review last minute details for b Nai b Rith s annual mid Winter frolic to be held saturday night Jan. 26, in the Sapphire room of hotel Washington. Netzorg is also Lodge president. Amp $ mind Reading comedian will entertain annual sat for b Nai b Rich frolic night o ? Jan. 26 Indianapolis by Nai no. 58 will hold its Winter frolic from 9 30 to saturday , Jan. 26. In b Rith Lodge annual mid-12 30 the Sapphire Ringlon. Room of hotel Wash en1ekta1n mkt will feature a the mind Reading a n d will consist of parodies written by Charles s. Kaufman. Community singing of the parodies will be led by Gene red Ford. The entertainment will Start at 10 30. A Buffet dinner of roast beef Chicken cold cuts and other such foods will be served at 11 30. N music will be provided by Sammy Sams and his orchestra. Theme of the event will be a fun and reservations for the affair will be limited to 100 couples. There will he no reservations of tables. Reservations May be made by sending a Check for $8.50 a couple to Joseph Greenberg 910 Indiana National Bank building 120 e. Market st. Nakhlah affair will have Cantor m0she Kusevitsky teachers seminar set Here the jewish educational association. Beth Al Zedeck Temple. Central hebrew congregation and Indianapolis hebrew congregation will hold a week end seminar for religious school teachers on Jan. 25-27. Guest speaker will be mrs. Libbie Braverman of Cleveland. She is a member of the Cleveland Bureau of jewish education Board and the National Council for jewish education executive Board. She also is a past president of the Ohio Mich Igan Indiana religious teachers association. On Friday evening mrs. Braverman will address members of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation at 10th and Delaware. An Oneg shabbat will be held saturday Jan. 26. At the Central hebrew congregation 21st and Central. A reception for mrs. Braverman will take place saturday evening in the vestry of Bethel Temple. A discussion Between her and parents about religious school training will be held. Cantor m. Kusevitsky a by popular in Mandy a a amp a Hadassah donor dinner 5s wednesday Hadassah a Indianapolis business and professional group will hold its 14th annual donor dinner at 6 30 p. M. Wednesday Jan. 23, in the Continental hotel. Chairman of the dinner is miss Nancy Lichtenberg. The program will feature a cantata a conceived in directed by mrs. Irving Joffe and mrs. Leo Gurvitz. Mrs. Irving Epstein will read a poem. A Why Yamisha Asar . J. Goodman on Uja telecast mrs. Jack Goodman of Indianapolis. National chairman of Uja women s division a was one of the participants of a special meeting of United jewish Appeal leaders tuesday night Jan. 15. In new York w hich was televised to 28 communities via a closed circuit to network. Approximately 60 persons assembled in the Claypool hotel and heard mrs. Goodman pledge the full support of jewish women to the Rescue of hungarian and egyptian jew s. Others who spoke included Israel prime minister David Ben Gurion on film Israel ambassador Abba Eban Edward m. M. Warburg Herbert ii. Ijeh Man and a jewish refugee from Egypt. The press was asked not to report the meeting As it was highly confidential. Hair to be at Northwood Church by women give plans for inter group Tea mrs. Donald Stillerman and . Herman Steinkeler chairmen of local by Nai by Rith Wom in chapters anti defamation a eague committees have announced further plans for a forthcoming inter group Tea. The Tea will be sponsored by by women chapters 924 and �?�21 at 12 30 . Tuesday Jan 22, at Northwood Christian Church 4550 Central ave. Robert Gordon regional Adi. Director will moderate a panel. On the panel will be mrs. Joe Epstein speaking for the jewish Faith mrs. Joseph Smith or the protestants mrs. George Evard for the Catholic religion end mrs. Lula b. Hass for the unitarian Church. Among the clergy who will be present to advise on questionable Points will be rabbi Morris Feldman of congregation Bethel Zedeck. There . Be a question and answer period. Among those on the program committee headed by Gordon Are Mes. Joe m. Epstein. Walter Moos and Dan sacks of by chapter 924. And mrs. Henry Saltzman of by chapter 324. Among those on the decorations committee Are Mes. Paul Tirsch Central hebrew Congre gation Joe Solinsky Beth Al Philip Bernstein by chapter 924 and Paul Green by chapter workers. B Nai b Rith women chairing local chapters anti defamation league committees pose at a planning session for an inter group Tea with representatives of other faiths. Seated left to right Are mrs. Donald Stillerman of by women s menorah chapter and mrs. Clifton l. Bradley of North Minster presbyterian Church. Standing left to right Are mrs. Robert Logan of the East 49th Street Christian Church mrs. Blanche Dawson of Barnes methodist Church and mrs. Herman Steinkeler of by women. Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky who performed in Indianapolis three years ago will return to the City As the featured soloist of the eighth annual Indianapolis Nakhlah founders affair which has been scheduled for 8 . Sunday feb. 3, at congregation Beth Al Zedeck Temple. Ben Prince and Loo Talesnick co chairmen of the Indianapolis inf Council said they had received numerous requests to bring Cantor Kusevitsky Back for a return engagement following his concert Here in 1954. Kusevitsky is one of the most popular cantors of our Day. He has toured throughout this country and the world. The arrangement committee for the feb. 3 affair includes Joe Cohen Gabriel Cohen. Adolph Izak Alex Katz Michael Leven Thal Lewis Levy Israel Lewis Julius Marx Talesnick Abe j. Miller David Nelson Oscar Zaft Mes. Irving Epstein Bertha Marx and Ben Prince or. And mrs. Shoolem Ettinger Cantor and mrs. Myro Glass and miss Nancy Lichtenberg. Admission tickets donation of $2 can be obtained from officers and members of the inf Council and All local zionist Organ Iza Rions. Further details of the program will be announced Shortl Jospe will play at acc sunday Irwin Jospe director of the Chicago musical College will present jewish music in a one Man concert at 8 p. M. Sunday Jan. 20. At jewish Community Center auditorium. Jospe also is musical director of Ashe Emet synagogue in Chicago. Tickets Are available at the Center at 75 cents for member s and $1 for of Jea will hear doctor mrs. Julius Maurer a Deal practising psychiatrist will be featured speaker at a jewish educational association auxiliary meeting at 12 30 p. M. Monday Jan. 21, at the Union Federal Bank. 806 e. 63d st., Broad Ripple. Luncheon will to served. Fee is 50 cents. Mrs. Maurer w to deals mostly with children established a child guidance clinic at Riley Hospital in 1944, and helped establish a state department of welfare program for a child guidance clinic in 1938. When she came to Indianapolis. Temple teens to dance a turnabout dance on a a town and country theme will be h id by the Temple teens of the Indianapolis hebrew Oon Greget on saturday night. Jan. 19, in the Severin roof. Vic Knight and his orchestra will play. Tickets Are $3 a couple. Funds will to used to furnish the teen lounge in the Temple and also towards the Purchase of a new Camp for tk-3 Ohio Valley federation

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