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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 13, 1962, Indianapolis, IndianaA 15c per copy published wee kit $7 per year jewish Post Indiana edition Quot if you let the people know they can Friday july 13, 1962 Quot Quot Lam xvii no. 45 Deputy nabs three boys trespassing at Center two boys both non jewish were arrested july 1 for trespassing in the jewish Community Center Pool after it was closed for the night. A third who is jewish was apprehended on july 8. All three Are charged with trespassing and resisting arrest and Are out on $1,150 bail each. Vandalism was found at the Day Camp site and theater in the Woods but it could not be attributed to the boys. Bernie Celender Washington township Deputy sheriff made the arrests. He reported that about eight boys climbed the Fence and were swimming in the Pool around Midnight. When a neighbor called in to complain of disturbance Celender went to investigate. The boys heard his Siren and fled. The first two boys arrested were traced from articles of clothing left behind. Celender explained that the Center would not be asked to press charges As signed confessions Given by the boys made this unnecessary. The Sherrifs office is concerned with the possibility that a drowning will result from future incidents of this Type Celender said. They Hope prosecuting these boys will discourage others. The three boys caught Are All 18 or older. Trial is scheduled for aug. 20 in Lawrence magistrate court. Seymour Kline to take Post As Center director next month new director of the jewish Community Center Seymour Kline of Utica n.y., will assume his Post the last week of August. Presently the executive director of the jewish Community Council and jewish Community Center at Utica Kline has previously held positions As club director of the new York City Young menus and Young women s hebrew associations Branch director of the Montreal Nymha and wha and director of the jewish Community Center of Somerville. . Kline holds master s degrees from City College of new York and Columbia University school of social work. His wife a High school journalism teacher has done newspaper work on the Utica Council re elects Freeman Julian Freeman was reelected vice chairman of the National Community relations advisory Council at the plenum session in Cincinnati june 21-24. Freeman assisted in founding the a crack and has been a Vic chairman for Many to report on Israel Mission when the four couples now overseas on u. J. Israel Mission return to Indianapolis they will give a first hand picture of the amp in trip at an open meeting of the Board of directors of the jewish welfare federation at the jews ish educational association Library at 8 00 p.m., monday. Aug. 6. The four couples arc or. And mrs. Herbert j. Raeker or. And mrs David m. Cook or. And or. Howard Kahn and or. And mrs. Frank ii. Newman. The klines have one daughter a student at new York University. Harold w. Robbins present director of the Acca will leave aug. 31 for his new position As group service director for the new York City service for the orthopaedic ally handicapped. Robbins reported that he will be working with what he termed the controversial method of integrating the handicapped with Normal people which includes placing children on crutches and in wheel chairs into Normal schools. Robbins has been director of the Acca since sept. 1960. Robbins commented that he had once replaced Kline on a Job. Robbins followed Kline in the position of club director of the new York Nymha and report they were on Soblen plane or. And mrs. Ben Prince 3642 Winthrop flew Home from Israel july 1 on the plane bringing or. Robert a. Soblen to London. Or. Soblen is the american psychiatrist convicted of spying for the user who jumped bail and fled to Israel. Prince said he recognized that someone was being kept in a special compartment of the plane but did not know who he was. Passengers on the flight did not realize that it was Soblen who had been aboard until they arrived in London. They remained unaware of Soblen s suicide attempt during their flight until after their arrival in the u. S. When they read about it in newspaper accounts. The Ben princes were returning from their third visit in Israel. During the 4 weeks they spent in Israel this trip the princes noted tremendous improvements in the country since they were last there in 1957. Council of jewish women quits federation of dubs religion in school Issue causes Council to withdraw by Miriam b. Cohen the Indiana Council of jewish women announced this week that it had withdrawn from the seventh District Indiana federation of clubs. The move was taken because of a Resolution the federation passed favouring the Reading of the Bible and Celebration of Christmas in the Public schools. Reader says Post article based on false premise editor Post and opinion i read the article about a failure to resist caused death of european jewry in your edition of june 8. I must say that the writer of this article does not know at All about the circumstances which prevailed during the Hitler time and which caused the death of the 6,000,000 jews. As a human being who went through this time i can Only Tell you that the opinion of your writer is absolutely false. I lived for in Lance almost All my life in a Small town of 2,000 population. We were five families mostly in higher age i was Vic chairman of the whole District and there we were thinking about Means and ways to overcome this movement. But if the writer says we should resist his opinion is just pitiful. Who can resist 1,000 and 1,000 of . Men etc., who were armed with every gun possible and would not hesitate to kill anybody who even says a word against the government of Hitler. The Only Resolution was that everybody was killed immediately. I think that articles like this should not come anymore in the papers As they Only give a false impression of the awful time All of us in the old country went through. I imagine that you yourself Are aware what happened during those dreadful Day. So i think it is not fair to blame the people who had to give their lives so you and i could live being fortunate to get out before the death March. Editor s note when thousands of jews were guarded by a few nazis the jews did not resist. Why when jews tried to escape sometimes other jews reported them to the nazis. Why a Teddy Cohen top seeded players Are jewish stars headed by Allan Fox of los Angeles five collegiate jewish stars played prominent roles in the Western Amateur Tennis tournament at Woodstock club in Indianapolis this week. The five including first seeded Allen Fox graduate in psychology at Urcla Are Larry nag Ler seeded no. 2, and ranked 11th nationally Roger worksman ranked 28th in the nation Allen Roberts ranked 27th in 1960 and Rodney mandelstam of the Union of South Africa seeded no. 1 among the foreign entries. All five won in the first round. Second round saw the upset of newcomers in City newcomers to the City Are or. And mrs. Leo Glanzman and their three sons David 13 years old James 11, and Robert 6. The family from Dayton. O. Now resides at 8019 Stafford. Glanzman is with the Alart siding co. Top seeded Fox by Andy Lloyd of Tulane. Also Defeated in the second round were Roberts and mandelstam. Worksman lost in the third round to Bill Lenoir. At press time Nagler was still going Strong and was paired for fourth round Competition with Charles Pasarell of puerto Rico. Newlyweds due to return soon from honeymoon a i or. And mrs. Barry Wallack will return this week from Nassau in the Bahamas and Miami Beach fla., where they Are now honeymooning. Mrs. Wallack is the former Sharon Napers daughter of or. And mrs. William Napers 5605 Washington blvd. The newlyweds will reside in Madison Wise where or. Wallack is studying for his Law degree. The couple was wed june 24. The Resolution was passed Early in May at the federations convention prior to the supreme courts decision on prayers in the schools. The Resolution states in part that the group intends a to be on the Alert for objectors to the Reading of the Bible prayer and singing of Christmas hymns and carols and the Celebration of Christmas in the Public schools and to use our influence to counteract any Effort to eliminate these moral and spiritual influences from the the Council of jewish women declared that its withdrawal was in Accord with the a National policy and procedures of no Jwo which states a when a Section of National Council of jewish women inc., belongs to another organization which consistently takes action contrary to the principles programs or policies of the a cow inc it must Dis affiliate itself from that article a Section 3, paragraph 3 the decision to withdraw was discussed with representatives of the National office and passed at a Board meeting of the Indianapolis chapter. Mrs. Louis Fink president of the Indianapolis Section a cow recalled that several statements passed by the federation Over the years had been contrary to the National policy and procedures of a cow. However mrs. Fink continued in the pest the Council of jewish women had remained in the federation of clubs seeking to win its position from within. Mrs. Fink described the Resolution of prayer and Christmas Celebration As a the last �?o1 done to see How our organization could go along with such a Resolution a she stated. Hadassah is the other jewish organization that now belongs to the seventh District Indiana federation of clubs. Hadassah told the Post that the Issue would be raised at the Board meeting on wednesday july 25.personal mention visiting or. And mrs. Jack Lef Fel 5721 n. Ewing Are or. And mrs. David Gilder and son Mari. Mrs. Gilder is the Leffel s Daugn ter the former Sandy Good opening in office of the jewish Post. Pleasant surroundings permanent with Chance for advancement. Call g. M. Cohen Melrose 4-1307

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