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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 12, 1946, Indianapolis, Indiana$3.00 per year the jewish Post published weekly journal for Indiana jewry vol. 14�?no. 28 Friday july 12, 1946 entered a second Clasa matter at the Post Oslica at Indianapolis under the act of March s. 1879. Pool dedication water carnival july 21 at big Eagle Camp the new swimming Pool and the new a a villages at big Eagle Camp will be dedicated at 2 p. M. Sunday july 21, in ceremonies that will Mark Quot another Milestone in Community service a according to j. A. Goodman president of the jewish federation which sponsored the improvements. The improved Camp now ranks among the finest in the country or. Goodman said in both facilities and personnel. In addition to the dedication of which or. Harry a. Jacobs is chairman a water carnival tour of the grounds and a reception Are on the program planned by a committee headed by mrs. Harold Platt. Hostesses for the reception to be held in the William c. Kobin Lodge will be the federation of jewish women a clubs. Transportation to and from the Camp on the Day of the dedication May be arranged by calling the federation office Lincoln 6538. Members of the Camp registration committee Are mrs. Harold i. Platt chairman and the Mes. Manuel Cassen Herman Challe Theodore Dann Shoolem Ettinger Phil Fichman Jacob Fogle Sydney James Jack Kammins Joseph Klein Harold Lewis Lewis Lurie Jacob Lutz and j. H. Sandground. Members of the federation and jewish Community Center planning construction committee were Lewis Lurie chairman sol Goldsmith Sidney Markey Morris Strauss Robert Greenberg Leonard Strauss mrs. Platt Marshall Sherman mrs. Victor Goldberg or. And mrs. Sultan Cohen Sidney Sternberger and Robert Beth Al men s club plans annual picnic the annual picnic of the Beth Al menus club will be held on sunday aug. 18, at Northern Beach. Sam Rose chairman and Marshall Sherman co chairman have announced that a $25 Victory Bond will be Given away and that prizes will be Given for special races games and contests for children and adults. Council drive gels new workers additional members of the membership committee of the Indianapolis Section National Council of jewish women which is working toward a goal of 100 new members were named this week by mrs. Arthur Fairbanks and mrs. Harold i. Platt co chairmen of the drive. They Are the Mes. Lee Greenburg Sydney Romer Harold Jaffe Jacob b. Solomon Philip Grenwald Jacob Fogle Phil Falender s. A. Sil Berman Edgar Fassburg Louis Wolf j. Lutz George Frank j. Rothbard and Abe Binsky. The importance of councils Aid to displaced and homeless persons overseas is being stressed in the drive. Jewish War veterans of world War ii to March on Capitol Here monday jewish War veterans from cities Over Indiana will stage a a March on Indianapolis monday to petition governor Ralph Gates to protest against British acts in Palestine and to request entry into Palestine of 100,000 displaced jews As recommended by the Anglo american investigation committee. Governor Gates will receive the delegation at 11 a. M. At the state House. The demonstration which was arranged by the i Honor pupils named As hebrew classes end names of children who attained average grades of 90 or Over at the schools of the jewish educational association were announced this week by Meyer Gal Lin director As the schools summer sessions Drew to a close. Honor pupils Are Myron Silverman David Goldman Iolet Shapiro Irving Reiswerg Norman Lockman Morris Profeta Morris Farash Estelle Sham Shirley Alboher Leon Cohen and William Levi All of the rabbi Neustadt Branch. At the North Side Branch Honor pupils included Marilyn Adelman Stanley Brosman Rebecca Cohen Donald Leffel Sanford Schwartz upstate executive Viva Gallin Sidney Talesnick Gpe Rui Efroymson. Also George Frank Edward m. Dayan Theodore Dann sex offi Cio s. A. Silberman sol Bod Ner Manuel Leve Julian Freeman Albert Frankel Jackiel w. Joseph s. Carroll Kahn William Schloss Julius Falender or. Harry a. Jacobs Maurice Block _ jr., Ernest Fisher Sam wides David Lurvey Mark Cohen Bur shool Eilt ii Iltner ton Kohn and Frank Goldsmith. Rheta Kahn Jack Klausner Norma Meshulam Carol sue Riskin Charles Stern and Arnold Twer sky. Also Robert beneath Joseph Bloom Helen Frankowitz Ronald Gold Philip Kauffman Betty Lef Kowitz Irving Prince Jerry Segal Allan Sherman Richard Weisfeld Howard Schwartz Harold Ewen Vera Hollander Evelyn Stillerman and Myrna Kaplan. Also Sally Adelman Eugene Axelrod Marvin Brosman Tsi Porah Glass Shirley Prince Howard Rice Shirley Steinberg Philip Weinstein Norman Woi Dowsky Henry Glick Ronald Glanzman Nora Jane Talesnick Stanley Herman Ricca Simmons Charlotte Tamler Arvin Lee Steinberg Fred Stillerman Donald Grande Harry Glazier Geraldine Glazier Howard Birn Caum Linda Axelrod and Allan Elster. South Bend the appoint Raute ment of Norman Edell As executive director of the jewish Community Council and welfare fund in South Bend has recently been announced. Or. Edell previously was executive director of the Council of jewish organizations and jewish social services of Hamilton Canada where he was successful in developing what was regarded in Many quarters As a Model Structure of jewish Community organization in the Small City class. Before going to Hamiltion he was associated with the jewish family and child service the Nymha and the United jewish welfare fund of Toronto. Present plans Call for the coordination of the present jewish Community Council and the jewish welfare fund into a single planning unit for functional services for the entire jewish Community. Diana Polis zionist emergency committee in cooperation with committees throughout the state is to be held in connection with a National demonstration during which veterans will protest directly to president Truman in Washington. The Indiana veterans will ask governor Gates to Send telegrams to the president the Secretary of state and to the British ambassador. The Indianapolis delegation headed by or. Leon Levi will include Martin Larner Sultan Cohen Samuel mantel sr., Charles Feibleman Elliott Goodman Sam Sofnas Robert Abram Goodman and Martin h. Prince. They will be joined by delegations from chapters in Bloomington fort Wayne Gary Hammond Indiana Harbor Lafayette la Porte and the petition to the governor May be signed by veterans at the Kirshbaum Center before monday. Evansville families enjoy vacation trips by Kytta l Dorfman special Evansville a South Bend drive nearly Over As fund donors respond resigns As zionist head Cleveland rabbi rabbi and mrs. Milton Greenwald and children Are vacationing in the Smoky mountains. Mrs. A. Shavitz and son Phil who have moved into their new Home 2901 Bellemeade ave., will have As their guest miss Debbie Stern of Washington d. C. Miss Joan Drucker miss Helen Brown and miss Jane Weil have gone to Camp Nokomis Minocqua wis., for the summer. Miss Sylvia Richmond has entered the school of music in new York where she will study piano with Alfred Mirowitz. Miss Gloria Trockman and miss Sara Toyen Are spending their College vacations with their families. A miss Joann Brown and father Joe Brown Are visiting or. And mrs. Francis die Beau and mrs. Henry Spears. Donald Dorf special South bend�?$208,000 of a $250,000 quota has been pledged in the 1946 welfare fund Campaign at South Bend since the drive s opening june 20. All traditions were broken at a meeting this month called to plan the regular fall Campaign when forty top givers voluntarily decided to respond to the emergency situation with pledges on the spot. They pledged $131,000 As compared to $30,000 from the same group in 1945, under the inspired leadership of Arthur Simon Sam Brown Campaign chairman and Ben Medow. The women a division under the leadership of mrs. Abe Hur wich has already exceeded its quota of $15,000 and is expected to reach $20,000 when All cards Are covered. Associated with Hurwich Are mrs. S. Fisher mrs. E. Fink mrs. A. S. Simon and mrs. A. Shulman. Team captains Are mesdames s. Levy s. Goldstein p. Oestreicher n. Rosen Feld c. Feig s. Liss s. Gilman w. Stein m. Rosenfeld m. Ries s. Block and miss Betty Lou Brown. The general Campaign officers include Arthur Simon Sam Brown Victor Freeman Paul Gilbert Henry Feferman Ben Medow Maurice Herman Samuel r. Hurwich j. H. Gilbert Jacob i. Levy a. L. Borr Philip Welber Louis Piser Mort Linder Maurice j. Brooks and h. L. Maza. Norman Edell is executive director. Jewish groups protest representatives of All jewish organizations in South Bend attended a protest meeting called last week by the zionist emergency Council against the actions of the British in Palestine and the refusal of admission to 100,000 displaced jews. Children entertained a the ladies auxiliary of the hebrew Institute entertained the hebrew and sunday school children of the Institute with a picnic wednesday afternoon in pot wat Tamie Park. Menus club picnic a a picnic will be Given sunday july 14, by the hebrew orthodox menus club at Washington Park Michigan continued on Page 16j Shoolem Ettinger has tendered f a a serve at mall lie his resignation As president the Indianapolis zionist District Muncie rabbi William mor he announced this week in order decay Kramer assistant to rabbi Man entertained for miss Brown to devote time to his duties As Abba Hillel Silver at the Temple Witk a teen age party at his first vice president of the Ohio Cleveland has accepted the Pul Home. Barry Siegel is attend Valley zionist Region. Pit at Beth Al Temple Here and King a Camp in Princeton ind. Or. Ettinger also announced his will assume his new duties at the a Julian present entertained resignation from the local zionist High holidays. He had served at a group of youngsters at Clear emergency committee at a heat the Temple for the past two and aest country club celebrating de meeting of the committee last a half years. A s Bdl birthday of her son week. Mrs. Ettinger president of rabbi Kramer is a graduate of Andrew a a a or and mrs bar the Midwest Region of Hadassah the jewish Institute of religion Ney Goldsmith Are visiting in also resigned from the commit new York and of Western re Chicago. Or. And mrs. Sam tee which is headed by or. Clar serve University. He has also Glaser have As their guests or. Served in st. Louis and in Pitts and mrs. Archie Berger and or. Field mass., and is a frequent con and mrs. Carl Schwartz All of Tri Butor to jewish publications. Couis. The misses Jane and he has been Active in jewish or Gillian Levin will leave july 21 United hebrew picnic sunday Gani National work in Cleveland to visit in new York City. The United hebrew co Grega and was visiting rabbi at Beil mrs r Snyder and daughter tion will hold an All Day outdoor Zaire children a Home. Picnic at 2 p. M. Sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Ben Popp 6177 n. Delaware st. Henry Silverman is chairman of the affair and Jacob Dichner is co chairman. Ence Efroymson. Or. Leon Levi is first vice president of the District. Rhoda of new York City Are visiting or. And mrs. Sidney Cutler. Sarah Fishman Dies resident Here 35 years mrs. Sarah Fishman 57, a Laner appointed state Deputy Mack Laner Indianapolis past resident of Indianapolis for the president of Indianapolis by Nai Simmons family embarks past 35 years died wednesday by Rith has been appointed state or. And mrs. Percy Simmons july 10 at her Home 2339 n. Deputy of by Nai by Rith by Noah and family sailed tuesday for Illinois st. Alter president of District grand England aboard the Queen Mary. Survivors include two sons Lodge no. 2. He will supervise or. Simmons will make a Busi Max Fishman and Albert fish lodges in Marion Kokomo Terre Ness trip to the continent before Man both of Indianapolis and a haute Indianapolis Muncie an returning with his family in sep sister org. Rose Rubin Cleve Derson Vincennes and Evans Dembei. Land. Ville

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