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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 27, 1962, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per com published weekl1 a $7 per Yea jewish Post Quot if you let the people know they can act Inu it. R in Vioni Indiana edition Friday july 27, 1962 volume xvii no. 47 wounded exec is much improved Wolford Bryan the 50-year-old vice president a scrap Metal and paper firm who was critical by wounded by a b a n d i t shortly before noon saturday. July 21, was listed As a much improved by Community Hospital. Bryan was still the critical list at press time. Mrs. Bryan reported that her husband was Quot doing very As wednesday july 25, police capt. Schubert reported that no arrests had been made in the Case. The police Schubert said were concentrating the Case and talking to a lot people about it. Schubert said that the police had questioned a couple suspects but nothing had turned up two employees the scrap firm Bryan inc., at 1101 e. 10th st., told police that Bryan was alone in the office the warehouse office building. Bryan suddenly yelled out to one the employees a come Here John a Quick a the employees heard a shot and rushed to Bryan in time see a Bandit stooping Over Bryan s body the floor and removing his Wallet. The gunman then fled. Bryan was rushed to Marion county general Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery police said a Bullet entered Bryan s head from the Back and emerged from the top. Bryan was moved monday july 23 to Community Hospital. His brother in Law Harold Hor Witz Dayton o., reports that Bryan s Muscles were affected but there is a Good Chance that he will not be permanently paralysed. Horwitz said that Bryan had begun to talk and that his speach was coherent. Several Bryan s friends in the scrap Iron business have put up a Reward $1,575 for information about the Bandit. Police reported that the gunman was about 35 years old and 5 feet. 8 inches fall. Bryan 5521 n. Pennsylvania st. Is the husband mrs. Lillian Bryan and the father a married daughter mrs. Robert Fridman and a 16-year-old son Alan Bryan. Beth i will use Organ holidays congregation Beth i Zedeck has decided to use its Organ at High Holiday services for the first time this fall. The change was approved at a ritual committee meeting last March contingent upon approval by the congregation. Rabbi Stei Man announced in the Temple bulletin that members who objected should write the Temple. Of the approximately 56 letters received a majority favored the change even though Only letters opposition had been requested. This Issue had been raised for Many years. Every Beth i Cantor from Cantor Goldring has wanted to use the Organ the High holidays but past ritual committees have opposed the innovation. Bouquet the week memo to Marer Flower shop 114 . Ohio st. Send this weeks bouquet to Charles b. Feibleman this weeks bouquet is awarded to attorney Charles b. Feibleman 6117 Knoll Rdv a in recognition his election As president the Washington township metropolitan school Board. Feibleman has served the five Man school Board since 1960. From 1954 to 1960 he was a representative crooked Creek school the Washington township school planning committee. He also served As president the committee for a year and a half. After graduating from Short Ridge High school in 1932, Zeiblo Man attended Harvard University where he completed his undergraduate work in three years. He was graduated from Harvard Law school in 1938. Two his children attend Washington township schools. His daughter Jean will enter North Central High school this fall and Dorothy will be a sixth grader at crooked Creek school. C. B. Feibleman no Bias in housing found against jews by Miriam Cohen Are there places in Indianapolis where a jew cannot buy a Home Robert Gordon director the anti defamation league by Nai by Rith dispelled that notion tins week. A there Are very few areas in the City where a jewish person could not live if he chose a Gordon said. In be had Only five housing complaints in t h e six years i be been Here Gordor commented. There Are from time to time a pockets housing discrimination a the director added. He explained that there have been a few places in the past that were problems and cited Williams Creek and Golden Hill As examples. But he did not feel that housing discrimination against jews exists in these places today. Gordon also mentioned that Brendonwood was thought by some to discriminate but said that a jewish family does live in that area. Gordon pointed out that because no jewish family lives in a mrs. Berger Heads Borinstein group mrs. Leon Berger was recently a Ted president the Borinstein Home for the aged ladies Guild. Other officers Are mrs. G. M. Oakley mrs. Irving Silver and mrs. Harold Goldberg vice presidents miss Emma Gelman corresponding Secretary mrs. Sidney Mahalowitz recording Secretary and mrs. Edward Rosenberg treasurer. The Board directors is Mes Dames Harold Saskin Julius Robbins David Sablosky Clarence Budd Albert Dannin Sig Asher Julius Goldsmith Joseph Lipken m. M. Feurlicht s. A. Silber Mann Lou Leventhal m. James Silbermann Jacob Hays. Philip Falender is president the Borinstein Home. On monday August 6, the membership drive will be officially opened at a breakfast meeting in concert set for monday at Center a baroque music concert will be presented by an ensemble under the direction Eric Rosenblith at the jewish Community Center at 8 . Monday july 30. The program for the evening is concerto for Obe and strings by Marcello. String quartet in g major by Mozart. Recitative and aria for Tenor by Bach. Duet to for Tenor and baritone by Bach. Concerto in d minor for two violins by Bach. Aria for chamber orchestra 1962 by . Gerhart Heunsch Butler University. String quartet in a major by Telemann. The ensemble includes Tenor and baritone voices and oboe violins violas cello and piano. The Home mrs. S. A. Silbermann 5131 North Delaware. Mrs. Silbermann is membership chairman. Her co chairman is mrs. Lou Leventhal. Anyone wishing to work a committee in connection with the membership drive May do so by contacting either mrs. Silbermann mrs. Leventhal. Certain area it does not necessarily mean there is discrimination. It May be because none want to live there he added. In Indi Napolis it is apparent that mos jewish families have chosen live the North Side. Therefore if none live in certain areas the East Side its their own preference not discrimination Gordon said. Bill Weinstein a local House builder agreed with Gordon a opinion that there was not much discrimination against jews in housing. A evidence discrimination is at a Weinstein said. Edward Cohn a realtor and broker also agreed this. Cohn commented that a some individual some time might choose not to sell to jews but i have never myself come up against it was Weinsteinn a View that prior to the end world War ii such discrimination did exist in Indianapolis. Weinstein did say a it is More difficult to sell houses to non jews in a predominantly jewish neighbourhood than in neighbourhoods that seem to have no particular character As far As religious ethnic Gordon Goldstein Are workshop profs Robert Gordon director the anti defamation league and David Goldstein executive director the jewish Community relations Council Are the faculty the human relations workshop for teachers at Ball state College in Muncie from july 23 to aug. 24. Forty five teachers Are participating in the workshop. They Are studying problems prejudice and discrimination including inter group difficulties in the classroom and situations in the local communities. Gordon said this is the first workshop its kind to be held in Indiana. Looking backwards ten years ago Berger. Estelle Calderon Janice Calderon Mark Cohn Ronald Cunningham. Elizabeth Glazier Donna Goldstein Shirley klezmer Raymond Lee Mickey Levy Ronny Sagalowsky Janet Smith Eleanor Weil and Murray Yosha. Or. And mrs. Joe Budnick were the parents a baby girl the Budnick s third child. Five years ago Sam Schahet Campaign chairman the jewish welfare federation drive announced that the 1957 Campaign total had passed the $515,000 Mark. A new Wing the Borinstein Home was dedicated. Kathy Ochs represented Temple teens at the annual Camp leadership Institute nifty in Ocone Moc Woc Wise. Natlie Klain and Howard Berin were chairmen the United synagogue youth annual summer party. Elaine Ruben was Usy president. Highlighting the parents Day program at big Eagle Camp were the swimming races which were won by campers Myron Budnick Sam Farb Ben Glick Joe Gold Farb Michael Goodman Brook Montgomery and Lionel Picheny. A City Hope chapter in Indianapolis was formed july 9. Mrs. Sylvia Ladin was chosen temporary chairman. An israeli settlement about 30 Miles from Jerusalem was dedicated and named nah lat Indianapolis. About half the $50,000 Cost the Community had already been collected from Indianapolis donors. Ben Prince co chairman the Indianapolis jewish National fund participated in the ceremonies in Israel. Red Cross swimming certificates were earned by 18 Kiwa Ca Day campers. They were Leslie Barnett Marsha Becker Mark
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