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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 25, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 per year Indiana edition the wish "11 you Lei the people know they can act in1 til published a weekly Friday january 25, 1957 registered ass it Post of tics. Jav no 3�vj,s of a a lc4vman a Alviani i Xii a no. 22 0 Djea auxiliary s purim Ball activities to Start wednesday activities for the 42d annual jewish educational association auxiliary purim Ball will be kicked off at a luncheon at 12 30 j. Wednesday Jan. 30, at the Home of mrs. Manuel Segal 5624 Washington blvd. The Ball will be held sunday night. March 17, in the egyptian room of the Murat Temple. Mrs. I. H. Katz president of the auxiliary has announced that mrs. David Hollander will be in charge of the luncheon. Mes. Segal and Hyman Bros Man will be co hostesses. Reservations for the luncheon May be made with mrs. Aaron Click cd 5-3581, or mrs. Abe Rubenstein cd 5-7174. Or. And mrs. Lester Budd have been selected As chairmen of Gold tickets to the Ball mrs. Nathan Sachs As chairman of general admission tickets. Louis Sagalowsky 82, Dies lived Here 69 years Loui s Sagalowsky 82. A founder of Beth Al Zedeck congregation and jewish education association died Friday Jan. 18, in his Home at 4021 Washington blvd. Survivors inc Ude his wife Mary and a brother Sam Sagal of Beverley Hills Cal. Burial was held at Beth Al Zedeck cemetery after funeral services at Aaron Rubin funeral Home. Sagalowsky born in Lithuania made his Home in Indianapolis for 69 years. Until his retirement 20 years Ogo he owned the Louis Sagalowsky scrap Metal co. At 627 w. Washington. An Early member of Shara Tewilla synagogue he held membership also in by Nai by Rith Lodge. Monument masonic Lodge Borinstein Home for the aged and the zionist organization. First joint hebrew ter seminar this week end will see the first time in Indianapolis a joint meeting of All jewish religious school teachers in the City to evaluate teaching methods and objectives. The Public is invited to attend any session of the seminar which opens with registration at 9 30 . Sunday Jan. 27, at the jewish educational association building 3456 Central. At 9 45 ., mrs. David Cook will chair a discussion entitled a Are we getting through to them a luncheon will be held at 12 15 ., after we hich rabbi Morris Feldman of congregation Bethel Zedeck will Lead a session on a making teaching an a discussion on the teaching of prayer will be conducted by the guest speaker. Mrs. Libbie Braverman of Cleveland. Mrs. Braverman is the mrs. Braverman teachers guest speaker author of Many books dealing with effective teaching of religious school pupils. She also is a contributor to jewish Educa Indiana Sam unit named 1st in u. S. Bloomington the Sigma Zeta chapter of Sigma Alpha my social fraternity has won the founders cup awarded annually to the most outstanding chapter in the nation. The award is based on scholarship social and Campus activities Community service fraternity relations and athletics during the 1955-56 year. At the University Here the . Chapter has placed second in inter fraternity scholarship with the pledge class Topping All others on Campus. The last time Indiana received the cup was 1934. Last year the chapter placed third. Mrs. Lewis Levy co chairs Bonds mrs. Lewis Levy Indianapolis Israel Bond co head or. Joseph Schwartz executive director and vice president of the National Israel Bond organization has appointed mrs. Lewis Levy As co chairman with de Clarke for the Indianapolis Israel Bond organization. She formerly served As co chairman with Abe j. Miller. What s doing Friday Jan. 25 joint seminar for religious school teachers mrs. Libbie Braverman will speak at inc evening. Saturday Jan. 26 High school a Coke bar social 8 30 p. M., acc admission 35 cents and Center card. Jewish juniors Western style dance 7 30 to 10 p. M., acc. B Nai by Rith mid Winter frolic starting at 9 30 p. M., hotel Washington. Joint seminar for religious school teachers Oneg shabbat at Chc reception for parents in evening at Beth Al Zedeck. Central jewish youth group anniversary party 8 p. M., Home of or. And mrs. Harry Stein 3272 e. Fall Creek pkwy. Sunday Jan. 27 joint hebrew teachers seminar starting at 9 30 a. M., Jea building. Hadassah Debs installation Home of mrs. Morris Himmelstein 7510 n. Pennsylvania st. Annual Talent show of Beth Al Zedeck religious school sponsored by menus club 1 45 p. M., Temple vestry. Monday Jan. 28 City of Hope donor and Book project launching kick off dinner 7 p. M., Home of mrs. Harry Marcus 630 e. 58th st. Women a volleyball playoff 8 15 p. M., acc. Tuesday Jan. 29 in Temple brotherhood panel discussion on a a How does a father answer his child a sex questions what does he do when no questions Are asked a 8 p. In., Temple vestry. Wednesday Jan. 30 Tea auxiliary purim Ball kick off luncheon 12 30 p. M., Home of mrs. Manuel Segal 5624 Washington blvd. Sunday feb. 3 Nakhlah founders affair featuring Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky 8 p. M., Beth Al Zedeck Temple. Beth Al Zedeck project nets More than $4,700 proceeds from prizes awarded at a dance sponsored by the Beth Al Zedeck congregation have netted $4,740.20 after expenses. The affair held dec. 1 at the Columbia club represented the congregations major fund raising venture of the year. The Money will be divided Between the menus club and the sisterhood. Inc brotherhood to hear sex talks the Indianapolis h e b r e w Temple brotherhood will hear a panel discussion on a a How does a father answer his child a sex questions what does he do when no questions Are asked at a meeting at 8 p. Tuesday Jan. 29, in the Temple vestry. On the panel will be or. James e. Simmons a psychiatrist and head of the Marion county child guidance clinic or. Harold Stadler a consultant in paediatrics at Muscat tuck state school and Jack Guthartz executive director of jewish social services. If you hold checks it May be disservice some local organizations Are holding checks from contributors too Long. One of the posts readers complained this week that he gave a Check to a women a organization on oct. 31 and it Hasni to come through yet. Checks received should be deposited at least once a month by mail if necessary. Holding off deposits makes it difficult for Check writers to rectify Bank statements. Also checks held May get lost and without records of payment contributors May be refilled thereby causing arguments and ill feelings. Lollie Ringold Dies at methodist miss Lollie Ringold of 3720 North Pennsylvania a life resident of Indianapolis died Friday Jan. 11, in methodist Hospital. Services were held sunday Jan. 13, in Aaron Rubin funeral Home. Burial took place in the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. She w As a member of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Surviving Are a sister Bess Ringold of Indianapolis and a brother Joe h. Ringold of Toledo Ohio. Mrs. J. Goldring to accompany m. Kusevitsky # when Moshe Kusev sky makes his return engagement Here feb. 3, he will be accompanied by mrs. Judah Goldring we Ife of Temple Beth Al Zedeckas Cantor. The Lyric Tenor Cantor will sing for the eighth annual Nakhlah founders affair sponsored by the Indianapolis jewish National fund Council. It will he held at 8 Sunday feb 3, at Temple Beth Al Zedeck 34th and Ruckle. Admission is by $2 donation. The program will feature the traditional Candle lighting ceremony originally Dev sed by Cantor Myro Glass Council honorary president and inf National vice president. The 56th anniversary of the Keren Kaye met la Israel jnf1 will be noted. Re elected trustee Denver a Louis j. Borinstein a member of the firm of a. Borinstein Metal dealers at 201 s. East st., Indianapolis was re elected a member of the National jewish Hospital at Den ver Board of trustees at the institutions annual Board meeting on Jan. 23. The Hospital is the Well known free nonsectarian medical Center for tuberculosis and Chest diseases. Sinai women to meet Michigan City the Sinai Temple sisterhood Board will meet at 1 p. Wednesday Jan. 30. At the Home of mrs. Harry Rhodes 603 York st. Hadassah Debs set installation the newly formed Hadassah Debs will install officers sunday Jan. 27, at the Home of mrs. Morris Himmelstein 7510 n. Pennsylvania st. Officers to be installed Are president Marilyn Simon Vic presidents Arlene Fruchter and Andrea Zohn recording Secretary Janice Landy treasurer Miriam Tuchman Telephone chairman Eileen Buckholz Telephone co chairman Sandra Laz uras hospitality chairman. Judy Greenwald and publicity co chairmen. Judy Gold and Evelyn Kaseff. Opening prayer w ill be by Elizabeth Glazier closing prayer by Eileen Buckholz. There will be Community singing. Guests Are invited. Pioneer of Community Harry Lee Bowytz Dies Harry Liebowitz 70, one of the pioneers of the Indianapolis jewish Community died monday Jan. 21, in methodist Hospital. Burial was held tuesday in Knesset Israel cemetery. For 20 years he owned and operated the Liebowitz food Market at 1256 n. West until his retirement in 1952. Liebowitz came to Indianapolis in 1897 from Rumania and was married Here. In 1901 he opened a clothing store. His affiliations included membership in United hebrew congregation zionist organization and Abraham Jacobs Lodge. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Samuel Martin Theresa Hollander of 7604 Spring Mill and finances Neubauer of 3036 Park. A sister mrs. Louis Meyer also survives. A brother Samuel Libby lives in Van Guys Cal. Set for City sunday tion and children a magazines. According to the Chicago Board of jewish education mrs. Bra Vermanus a teach me to Pray has gone into its third printing. At 3 30 ., Aaron intrater executive director of the jewish educational association will conclude the Day Long seminar with a summation and evaluation

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