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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - June 7, 1935, Indianapolis, IndianaA jewish publication the jewish Post for the jewish people Indiana a leading weekly jewish newspaper the Only jewish newspaper in the state of Indiana edited and printed entirely by jews. Vol. Ill no. In Indianapolis Indiana Friday Sivan 6, 5695 june 7, 1935 single copy 3 cents $ 1.00 the year interesting facts of interesting jews by Leonard Rothschild governor Herbert Lehman of new York May become the United states ambassador to France if the predictions of certain democratic circles prove Correct. However it is understood that Lehman wants to be a candidate for re election and also that Jesse Straus present French ambassador is anxious to retire. Norman Nentwich former attorney general of Palestine recently received the honorary degree of doctor of hebrew letters at Cropsie College in Philadelphia. Or. Cyrus Adler president of the College officiated at the ceremony. Professor Albert Einstein and his son in Law or. Dmitri Marian off will soon be citizens of the United states. First citizenship papers were taken out this week. Or. Simon Flexner director of the Rockefeller Institute for medical research since its founding in 1903, will resign his position As soon As a successor has been found. Aaron Hart was a member of the invading army that took Canada from the French for the British Empire. Sir Michael Meyers is chief Justice of new zealand. Baby Leroy Hasni to appeared on the screen recently because he is learning to talk. Kitty Carlisle has Given up her Beautiful Hollywood mansion in favor of a hotel suite she a tired of keeping House. A1 Jolson likes to Wear old shoes. Mrs. Edward g. Robinson gave up a promising stage career to establish a Home for her husband the noted film player. Mrs. Paul Muni formerly Bella Finkle of the yiddish stage acts As her husbands Secretary. Yehudi Menuhin the american jewish violin Prodigy who is now in Australia refused an offer of $500, 000 to appear in an american film for Paramount. A the Art of my son is not for Sale a the father of the Young violinist replied to Council forms new set up a new administrative set up for the National Council of jewish women has been completed it was announced this week by mrs. Samuel Dorfman president of the Indianapolis Section of the Council. In accordance with resolutions passed at the recent triennial convention of the Council in new Orleans three managing committees and three special project committees have been established by mrs. Arthur Brin National president of the Council. Pleading the new Section service committee is mrs. Jules Hart of Yonkers new York. The program committee which will work in conjunction with mrs. Harts committee in guiding the social service work of the 200 sections of the Council is headed by mrs. A. H. Arons of Brooklyn the third managing unit the membership committee is headed by mrs Jacob Loeb Langsdorf. The new committee will serve for a three year period. Mrs. Benjamin Spitzer of Brooklyn Heads a new unit for jewish education of the pre school child. Mrs. Maurice Goldman first vice president and chairman of the executive committee Heads the committee on contemporary jewish affairs an adults educational project a new committee to Deal with the German jewish refugees problem shipbuilder visits America Levy maker of Normandie arrives on record breaker no French jewish problem new York Sta a one of the 2,170 passengers aboard the record breaking Normandie which arrived in new York monday was Andre Levy director general of the pen Hoet shipyards that built the new French liner. He was making his second visit to the United states on the 1,029 feet boat that completed her Maiden voyage across the Atlantic with an average Speed for the crossing of 29.68 knots. The time from Southampton to Ambrose lightship was officially Given As 107 hours and 33 minutes one hour less than four and a half Days. Or. Levy a previous trip to this country was at the time of the inaugural trip of the lie de France another ship built by his firm. Levy who returned on the Normandie today does no to think that a new liner such the Normandie will soon be built. A there Isnit room a he told an interviewer a for Many boats of this but with an evident Pride he continued a the Normandie however will be a Success. It is already a naval chief fifty seven years old or. Levy has devoted a lifetime to shipbuilding. He has been connected with the shipyards that built the Normandie for the past Twenty five years. Previous to that he was an Engineer in the French Navy. He now holds the rank of Engineer in chief in the French naval Reserve. The distinguished visitor resides in Paris where he presides Over the Home office of the Penhoet shipyards of st. Nazaire. Until eight years ago he resided in st Nara re where he was Active head of the Yards which have built such noted French liners As the he de France the Paris the Champlain and the Lafayette As Well As Many cruisers and battleships for the French Navy. Levy is of old French Stock As he pointed out himself when the interviewer turned the conversation to Judaism a my father my grand father and my great grand father were French. They however were not shipbuilders the visitor stated that there is no jewish problem in France no special discrimination a against jews and that All French jews Are frenchmen first. He was accompanied by his wife. Of noted writer to speak at Kirshbaum tuesday Gina Madam prominent writer and Public speaker will appear in Indianapolis next tuesday evening at Kirshbaum Center under the auspices of the Indianapolis icon Branch. Mrs. Madam has been lecturing in All parts of the world during the Yast year and is Well acquainted with the european scene. The lecture will begin Here at 8 p. Hebrew schools to go on summer schedule the hebrew schools of Indianapolis will go on regular summer schedule beginning next monday june 10th. Classes at the Neustadt Branch on Union Street will meet each Day from 8 30, until 12. Classes at the Isaac Marks Branch meeting in Kirshbaum Center will be held from 10 until 12. Regular sessions will be held monday through University to graduate thirty jewish students other students honoured two of the better known actresses of the yiddish stage in new York Are a Shicks Ehst. Bloomington special a the following jewish students wih receive degrees from Indiana University during commencement exercises on june 16 David Cohen Indiana Harbor Harold Cohen Indianapolis Victor Dorf Brooklyn n. Nathan Friefeld Chicago Rose Fox Gary Charles Goldberg Brooklyn n. Nathan Goldberg Philadelphia Penn. Charlotte Latker fort Wayne Irving Lewin East Chicago Katheryn Reiser Newman Indianapolis Irving Smith South Bend Irving Brenman East Chicago Fillmore Friduss Bloomington Samuel Caplin Indianapolis Edward Efroymson Indianapolis Adolph Gold Stone Gary Leo Kammen Indianapolis Arthur Rosenfeld East Chicago Harold Nisenbaum Indianapolis Jacob Rosenwasser Mishawaka Meyer Shipman Patterson n. J. Morris Stern new York City sol Berman Elizabeth n. J. Bernice Markus Indianapolis Jacob Bloom new York City Phil Haft Patterson n. J. Isadore Rosen Cleveland Ohio Leroy sacks Chicago Arthur Stone Columbus Ohio and Louise Siegel Cincinnati Ohio. This list does not include coeds graduating with sociology degrees from the Indianapolis Branch. Phi Beta Delta the annual banquet in Honor of the graduating seniors was held last Friday night at the chapter House. Freshmen Are in charge of this event which also honors medical students who Are leaving Bloomington to Complete their medical studies in Indianapolis. Those honoured were Irving Brenman and Fillmore Friduss who will receive la. B. Degrees from the Law school Charles Goldberg and Victor Dorf who will get a. B. Degrees in chemistry and Jack Dorman and Lester Tavel who will be in the medical school at Indianapolis next september. The Phinies presented the men with senior paddles beautifully engraved and having the names of the entire chapter on it As As Well As the Phi b. Seal. Those making presentation speeches were Aaron Bogart Sydnor Shatz Joe Wiener Sam Fox Seymour Nadler and Sanford f. Cohen. Another event held last week end was a banquet in Honor of those whose names were placed on the chapter plaque an innovation in the annals of the House which will be carried on each year. Those winning the Honor this year Are Brenman and Friduss outstanding internal men Herbert Fixler outstanding external Man Morris Wiesen outstanding intramural athlete and Hank Schneiderman outstanding University athlete. Aaron Bogart was recently pledged to Dolphin club honorary swimming organization. Willie Silberstein won freshman numerals in Tennis. Hank Schneiderman placed second in the discus throw in the Indiana inter collegiate track and Field meet last week at Lafayette and won fourth in the javelin throw. De Rose was initiated into Phi Eta Sigma freshman honorary group. Will have mrs. Julius Wolff of the new York Section As chairman. In announcing the appointments mrs. Brin stressed the need for an educational approach to the current problem of the nation and the jews of the world. Associate editor gets appointment Arv Rothschild associate editor of the jewish Post and a Sophomore at Indiana University recently was appointed to the staff of state fair editions of the Indiana daily student i. U. Newspaper. Every year at the state fair the daily student publishes the Only paper in the world which is completed on a fair grounds. A special staff of seven reporters and the editor is selected by the journalism faculty. Rothschild is also a copy editor on this semesters staff of the student and a manager of the swimming team. He is also University correspondent to the Minneapolis journal and Louisville spokesman and a member of Phi Beta Delta National jewish fraternity. Outstanding Law grads two outstanding graduates of this years class of the Indiana univer new zionist party formed in new York United jewish Appeal names Indiana leaders Indiana leaders in the United jewish Appeal which is conducting a National Campaign to raise $3,250, 000 for the Relief and rehabilitation of suffering jews in Europe and for the settlement of jews in Palestine were announced in new York. The Indianapolis committee is led by Joseph Bloch president Samuel Mueller treasurer or. Clarence Efroymson Campaign chairman Louis Wolf vice president Samuel Frommer Secretary g. A. Efroymson j. A. Goodman and c. B. Sommers vice chairmen. Other leaders in the state Are Nelson w. Poliak David Wransky Irving Latz Albin Strauss and Joseph Rosenthal for fort Wayne Columbia City and Ligonier Sig b. Kling and i. B. Andich for Kokomo mrs. Andrew Fried for Lafayette Sam Fleck for Marion and Maurice Tucker Dave Fischgrund and rabbi Albert Shulman for South Bend and la Post. Or. Efroymson and Louis j. Borin Stein Are honorary National vice chairmen. Cantor Goldstein conducting services at United congregation Cantor a. Goldstein of Louisville Kentucky is in charge of the shavuot services this year at the United hebrew congregation located at Madison Avenue and Union Street. Services will begin tonight at 6 45 p. M., and tomorrow morning at8 a. No i Cor memorial services will be held at 9 30 a m., tomorrow morning. Of London Sta a that a a nazis is really a hebrew word is related in the morning Post Here in an article poking fun at the nazi anti jewish policy. A it is of course merely an Accident but not without humor that the word nazi is in itself jewish meaning Prince or a priest a the paper writes. The hebrew word for Prince is sity school of Law Are Irving i. Brenman and Fillmore Friduss both jewish students and High ranking members of their class. Brenman and Friduss will take the Indiana state bar examinations in july for membership in the state bar. Brenman who is from East Chicago is the son of or. And mrs. Morris Brenman and has been an outstanding Man on the Campus during his undergraduate career. He was twice president of Phi Beta Delta National jewish social fraternity vice president of the inter fraternity Council a member of the senior invitations committee Der Deutsche Verein honorary club for German students and of the greek night committee last year. As president of the jewish students Union from 1933-34, Brenman was instrumental in bringing about the first annual state wide jewish conclave held in Bloomington february 24-25. He also was an outstanding member of the Indiana Law club being chairman of the membership and relations commits tee the ticket sales committee and grievance committee. Last year Brenman was selected As the outstanding internal Man in the Phi Beta Delta fraternity and won Honor again this year sharing it with Friduss. During his freshman year he was University intramural wrestling Champion in the 145-Pound class and was runner up from 1932 to 1933. Friduss in addition to being selected As an outstanding Phi b. D., is a second lieutenant in the Field artillery reserves a former president of the fraternity a member of the Indiana Law club and Jackson club and played in the University band. Both Brenman and Friduss have maintained a High Scholastic average throughout their entire University careers. Utica rabbi says orientation in organization is necessary new group to be a Community party jewish veterans Post to form Here on wednesday evening june 12, the first meeting of the jewish War veterans of the United states Indianapolis Post no. 114, will be held in Kirshbaum Center 2314 North Meridian Street at 7 30, according to an announcement this week by George Michaels chairman. This will be the first jewish group of its kind to be formed in the Middle West the jewish War veterans of the United states have the support of the by Nai by Ruth and other jewish groups and organizations. At the meeting wednesday the guest speaker will be Harry h. Schaffer of pitts., pa., Junior vice commander chief of the jewish War veterans of the United states. An interesting program is being arranged and refreshments will be served. Almost 200 jewish men of Marion county Are veterans of foreign wars but to Date less than 100 Are named on the list of Michaels. A11 jewish War veterans of Marion county Are asked to communicate with or. Michaels before next wednesday Telephone Washington 3694, or Call the jewish Post. Zionists give my Nutt Golden Book certificate governor Paul v. Mcnutt was presented with the certificate of the inscription of his name in the Golden Book of the jewish National fund in Palestine tuesday noon by a group of members of the Indianapolis zionist. The group included Myro Glass president of the local chapter. Rabbi Elias Charry Meyer Gallin senator Jacob Weiss and Charles Brenner. Senator Weiss introduced the delegation to the governor and rabbi Charry made the presentation speech. Myro Glass presented the certificate. In response governor Mcnutt stated that he was proud to be called a sincere Friend of the jewish people and that the jewish people richly deserve a Home of their own. Final meeting the final meeting of the season of the Indianapolis zionist District will be held on sunday june 16th, in the Beth Al Zedeck Temple at 8 p. M., delegates to the National convention in Atlantic City will be elected at this meeting. The group will also vote for delegates to the world zionist Congress to be held in Switzerland in August. An outstanding speaker will be present at the final meeting and an interesting program is being arranged. Sephardic groups to be represented in n. Federation new York special at a meeting of the Council of fraternal and benevolent organizations for the support of jewish philanthropic societies held Here recently the bylaws adopted provided for a Board of governors consisting of 91 members. Members chosen to represent the sephardic societies were j. De. Benyunes it Marthias Naphtali l. A. Alcosser and r. Hasson. Max Harris gets Purdue scholarship Max Harris son of or. And mrs. I. Harris 1210 Union Street was awarded the John h. Holliday jr., foundation scholarship to Purdue University from manual training High school. He was graduated at the commencement exercises in Cadle Tabernacle monday evening. This scholarship is valued at $300. A Utah founder offers labor interests on program by jewish telegraphic Agency Utica n. Y., organization of a new zionist party in America for the forthcoming elections to the nineteenth world zionist Congress was announced Here by rabbi s. Joshua Kohn of Utica its founder. The new group is to be known As the Community party. Its list of candidates will appear As a list no. 4,�?� on the ballot in the elections to the zionist Congress. A a new orientation in zionism is absolutely necessary a rabbi Kohn said in explaining the party s founding. The forthcoming nineteenth world zionist Congress is a Challenge to every jew especially to the conservative movement there is great dissension in the zionist ranks. Zionist Unity is endangered. The revisionists have broken away from the world zionist organization. The Mizrachi seems to be Luke warm to zionist Unity. The jewish Farmers federation in Palestine is in opposition. The Audah always has opposed explaining that a this sudden outburst of opposition to the world zionist executive is due to the fact that the labor group won domination at the last zionist Congress a rabbi Kohn says that although it cannot be denied that labor in Palestine is responsible for the finest ideals labor in general has been unsympathetic toward Judaism a was we understand it in a traditional rabbi Kohn believes however that if the labovites in Palestine Are Given support in their social up building they will come in time to see that a Palestine without Judaism cannot prevail. Four Point program the program of the new Community party is Given by rabbi Kohn As follows 1. To support labor Palestine in the social ideals. 2. To win labor to a sympathetic attitude towards Judaism. 3. To make zionism a mass movement in every Community and throw the weight of the conservative movement solidly behind the zionist executive and strengthen its Power. 4. To strengthen the jewish National fund and to expose and vigorously oppose the land speculators and profiteers in Palestine. Rabbi Kohn has been Active in zionist work since 1911. He was one of the founders of the a Utah zionist student organization. He is now the spiritual Leader of Temple Beth Al services the schedule of services for the she quoth Holiday at Beth Al Zedeck Temple Are As follows services will begin this morning at 8 00 of clock rabbi Elias Charry will preach on Quot the jewish Sermon on the services will begin this evening at 6 45 p. M., and tomorrow morning at 8 00 of clock rabbi Charry will preach on the subject a the dead do not memorial services will be held at 9 15 a. Confirmation exercises will be on sunday morning at 10 30 a. A reception for the confirm ants will be held at the Temple at 2 30 p. M., sunday afternoon. Rabbi Morris Feuerlicht is in charge of services at the Indianapolis hebrew congregation tenth and Delaware streets. Confirmation services will be held this morning and a reception will be held at the Temple tonight. O

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