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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 25, 1946, Indianapolis, Indiana$ per year the jewish Post published weekly vol. 14�?no. 4 Friday january 25, 1946 entered As second class matter at the Post Flics st Indianapolis under the act or March i. 1879.mrs. Jack Goodman named Indiana s jewish Man of the year for 1945 by Jane Calvelage Indiana a jewish Man of the year for 1945 is mrs. Jack Goodman of Indianapolis bestowed annually either by the staff of the jewish Post or by a poll among jewish leaders throughout the state the Honor has heretofore always gone to a male whose record of service to the Indiana jewish Community during the year was outstanding. In 1941 the Honor went to Irving Latz of fort Wayne in the year 1942 to Ben Blumberg of Terre haute in 1943, to Lewis Sutin of Terre haute in 1944, to Jack Gole of Michigan City an last year to Danie. Continued on Page four conference says it la consider Natter if Frisch has moved although Shoolem Ettinger this week received a registered letter from the american jewish conference the situation As concerns Indianapolis representation at the conference s third session was no nearer solution. After Reading the letter or. Ettinger charged that the conference was deliberately using delaying tactics. The letter said that Norman Isaacs and Isidore Feibleman convenors for the conference three years ago should be asked to give an opinion As to whether or. Frisch had left Indianapolis. After hearing from the local convenors the letter said the conference would then take up the matter again. Or. Ettinger contacted or. Feibleman who he said agreed with the Contention that since or. Frisch was not a resident of the City a new Delegate should be named. Or. Etti or said or. Feibleman suggest that the matter be referred to the Public relations Council of the Indianapolis jewish federation. Or. Ettinger said he planned to bring the matter up before the Public relations Council and also to the Board of the federation. Or. Isaacs former convenor has moved to st. Louis the service it. James p. Leeds son of or. And mrs. J. E. Solomon has returned after 22 months in the Pacific area and is now Home on terminal leave. A a a it. Arthur t Assel who has been in the service for two years has been discharged and will return to Indianapolis with his family to be with his parents or. And mrs. Jacob Cassel 5265 n. New Jersey st., until their Home is vacated. A is sol Arnold Marks son of mrs. Leah Marks 4339 n. Illinois st. Has returned from overseas after serving two and one half years in England. He is planning to resume his studies in to give jewish concert feb. 18 a program of hebrew and yiddish music will be presented by the Indianapolis zionist District feb. 18, in conjunction with National jewish music week it was announced this week. Cantor Myro Glass and Janot s. Roskin Are co chairmen of the affair which will be Given at Kirshbaum for clothing goes out again pleas for donation of warm clothing blankets materials and infants and children swear for the Victory clothing drive were reiterated this week by local organizations serving As collection centers. The communal building will serve As a collection station it was announced and Kirshbaum Community Center will accept bundles and sort and pack garments for shipment. Temples and synagogues had previously announced schedules for collection of clothing and the by Nai by Rith again requested that anyone unable to deliver a bundle to a Center phone the Lodge Headquarters Wabash 3720, sunday to arrange for pick up service. The drive ends Jan. 31.helen Waren stirs local audience Board members elected Indianapolis heard its most depressing account of the suffering undergone by european jewry at the hands of the nazis sunday when Helen Waren Broadway actress gave a stirring Eye witness description of her Twelvemonth in Italy and Germany with the Uso. A finished actress miss Waren employed All her histrionic ability to sweep away her audience and her description of the extremes of the horror for the jews of Europe during the nazi domination of Europe were brought Home forcefully to the audience. Preceding miss Warens address which was More like a dramatic monologue than a speech Sid Cahn executive director of the Indianapolis jewish federation Ernest Cohn its president and Samuel Mueller president of the jewish welfare fund gave their annual reports. Elected to serve on the boards of the two organizations were federation Board Charles Feibleman Edward m. Dayan mrs. Sultan Cohen Leonard Strauss mrs. Harold i Platt Ralph Cole Mark Cohen. Leon Levin was elected for a one year term to fill a vacancy. Welfare fund Board Edward m. Dayan George Frank Julian Freeman l. L. Goodman William l. Schloss Aaron Unger Adolph Blickman and George Samson. Breakfast sunday opens zionist drive with i. G. Simon of Pittsburgh As principal speaker workers in the zionist membership drive will meet for breakfast sunday at the by Nai by Rith club rooms 38th and College sts., to inaugurate the two weeks Campaign. The goal for the drive is 1,000 members or. Leon Levi chairman announced. Tuesday night majors in the drive met for dinner at the Lincoln hotel to perfect plans for the organization of teams. Majors announced thus far Are Abe Miller Marshall Sherman rabbi Israel Chodos a1 Morris Cantor Myro Glass Rueben Berman and Joe Stiefler Marion Sidney a. Zalowitz George Samson Lipot Frankovitz i. B. Andich Kokomo committee announced for Hadassah lunch names of members of the patrons committee for the tenth annual Hadassah donor luncheon were announced this week. Mrs. S. A. Silberman 5131 n. Delaware st., is chairman. Assisting the chairman on the and rabbi Alfred Jospe Bloom committee Are the mesdames in ton. Louis Barnett h. E. Berke Ben meanwhile a series of three Blieden Herman Chalfie Benj. Pieces were to be mailed to about x. Cohen de Dayan Charles 500 prospects or. Levi said. Efroymson Shoolem Ettinger the general committee for the George Frank Emma Gelman drive includes Jack i. Kahn Mey Aaron Glick j. A. Goodman Daer Gallin Bill Lakritz rabbi Cho Vid Hollander Lewis Levy. David Dos Shoolem Ettinger Lewis Lipp Jack Maurer Theodore Levi Gabriel Cohen or. Levi. Medias Harold Platt David Sab rabbi Samuel Fox Martin Prince Losky Paul Scharffin Max Selig and Jack Kammins. Marshall Sherman j. Solotkin of. Simon is director of jewish Sam Solotkin Oscar Tavel and National fund activities for this Sam Wolf. The donor luncheon will be held March 27 at the Claypool hotel. Region and a speaker of meeting changed to feb. 3 the meeting Date of the local Section of the National Council of jewish women has been changed to sunday feb. 3, it was announced this week. Junior Council members will join the Council at the meeting. A musical program arranged by Ruth medias will be h. Kahn 91, Dies old resident Here Morris h. Kahn 91, a resident of Indianapolis for the past 48 years died tuesday january 15. Funeral services were held at the Aaron Ruben funeral Home with rabbi Maurice Goldblatt officiating and burial was in Rose Hill cemetery Evansville. Or. Kahn a member of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation is survived by a son. Jay c. Kahn of Indianapolis a brother Albert h. Kahn of Shelbyville a sister. Mrs. Louis Rosenthaler of Cincinnati and a Niece mrs. Hattie k. Strauss also of of jewish music 1st meeting monday the first rehearsal of the Quot friends of jewish music inc.,�?� a group of jewish music lovers of Indianapolis headed by Janot s. Roskin composer and conductor and organized to further the cause of Fine synagogue and hebrew and yiddish classical music for the jewish and non jewish Public of Indianapolis will be held at 8 p. M. Monday at 3139 Central ave., Apt. 2. The group plans to organize a a choral society and to present guest artists in concert. Further details May be obtained from Evelyn Borofsky Roskin Secretary Talbot 5957, from 8 to 11 a. M. to appear Al paralysis dance governor and mrs. Ralph Gates mayor Tyndall and a party of forty officials will Lead the grand March at the dance to be Given tomorrow night for the Benefit of the infantile paralysis fund under the sponsorship of the jewish youth Council at Kirshbaum Center. A memorial program for Franklin d. Roosevelt has been planned under the direction of Mickey Maurer. Tickets for the affair Are being sold by members of the nine clubs belonging to the jewish youth Council with Leon Segal As chairman of the ticket Ettinger named to National zionist Post Shoolem Ettinger president of the Indianapolis zionist District was elected to the National administrative Council of the zionist organization of America As one of three representatives of the Ohio Valley zionist Region at a meeting of the executive committee sunday in Dayton Others elected were Fred Yenkin of Columbus o., and rabbi Samuel Cooper of Charlestown w. A. Jive jumpers elect new officers of the Jive jumpers teen age girls group at communal building Are president Nancy Mills Secretary vice president Marlene Dietrich and treasurer Shirley Richardson. The Jive jumpers have planned a splash party and a Valentine party.12 Are nominated to pc executive twelve persons five of whom Are from the Community at Large have been nominated for the executive committee of the Public relations Council of the jewish federation of Indianapolis. Those from the Council Are l. L. Goodman j. J. Kiser Shoolem Ettinger Ben Sagalowsky Adolph Blickman mrs. Walter Lichtenstein and mrs. Herman Chalfie. Those from the Community at Large Are Samuel Mantell Leonard Solomon Ben Prince or. Leon Levi an Jack Kammins. The election will take place at the annual meeting of the entire Council at 8 p. M. Monday feb. 25. Members of the nominating committee were mrs. J. A. Goodman chairman Theodore Dann and Charles Kaufman. Additional nominations May be made from the floor Samuel Mueller chairman of the Council said. The Aleph Zadik Aleph chapter no. 246 of the North Side is planning a sweetheart dance april 20, manual Cumisky chairman and Irwin sacks co chairman Goldstein resigns at family service resignation of Rebecca Goldstein Case worker for the jewish family service society was announced this week by or. Harry Epstein acting president of the society. Miss Goldstein who has served the society for the past six years will attend the University of Chicago graduate school of social service administration to pursue her interest in medical social work. She is a native of Louisville ky., and came to Indianapolis from the Winfield tuberculosis Sanatorium in illness fatal to mrs. Esther Saffer 92 funeral services for mrs. Esther Saffer 92, former Indianapolis resident who died in Kokomo thursday Jan. 17, were held sunday at the Aaron Ruben funeral Home. Rabbi Samuel Katz rabbi David Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Portnov officiated and burial was in Sharah the Fella cemetery. Mrs. Saffer who died after a Long illness was a member of Hadassah the Joseph and Anna Borinstein Home for the aged and the jewish educational association. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Frank Nerenberg Kokomo with whom she had made her Home for the past 15 years and mrs. Isaac hurdle a Kokomo two sons Sam Saffer Terre haute and Mendle Saffer Richmond and seven grandchildren. United hebrew the Minnio Aires Junior congregation of the United hebrew congregation will have charge of the entire service at 9 . Tomorrow in Honor of the bar Mitz vah of one of their members Alfred Lemer. Donald Stillerman and Philip Goldsmith will participate and Joseph d. Mitchell will make the bar Mitzvah presentation. A reception will follow in the vestry. Relatives friends and members of the congregation Are invited to attend. Borinstein Home meeting a meeting of the Joseph and Anna Borinstein Home for the aged will be held at 3 p. M. Sunday at the Home 3516 Central ave. A motion picture entitled Quot on the air a will be shown with mrs. Emma Kominers As acting program chairman. Glass Roskin program sunday Cantor Myro Glass accompanied by mrs. Evelyn Borofsky Roskin will present a program of hebrew liturgical music Over wisc at 2 45 . Sunday under the auspices of the Indianapolis Church federation. Chaplain Phillips to return 8prlnl Elpaso text rabbi a. S. Kline who has served Temple mount Sinai since july 1914. When rabbi Wendell Phillips entered the Navy As chaplain with the rank of lieutenant commander has left to visit Washington. D. C., relatives before accepting a new charge. Rabbi Phillips is expected Back about feb. 1 to resume his duties As head of the local congregation. Two new members were initiated into the North Sido . A. Chapter last night at a dinner at the Homestead

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