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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - June 7, 1957, Indianapolis, IndianaIs per cop a year Indiana edition 1i you Lei the people know they can act the a jewish Post Friday june 7, 1957 opinion Osvi Jam to Vista o d second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis Indiana application Foi additional entry at new York new York is pending volume Xii a no 414 rites Mark Community growth Cornerstone of new inc to be dedicated sunday the Cornerstone of the new Indianapolis hebrew congregation Temple will be dedicated at 2 30 p. Sunday june 9. Religious in nature the dedication will be conducted by rabbi Maurice i it Avis of the congregation. It was prepared especially for the occasion. Cars approaching the site 6501 n. Meridian st., will be permitted to come from the South Only. Ample parking space has been provided. Temple teens will assist with the parking. The Public is invited on the dedication program Are songs by pupils in the third and sixth grades of the congregations religious school and the placing of mementos in a Box that will go into the Cornerstone. Organizations who will have items placed in the Box Are the brotherhood sisterhood Temple teens student Council of the sunday school and the Temple itself. There also will be pictures of the entire religious school including the present confirmation class and the essays a Why i want a new Temple a by Trude Bennett Nancy Fichman and David Schwartz members of the religious school. Among other items will be a copy of this Issue of the Post and opinion. Jack Kammins president of the Temple will officiate at the placing of the items in the Box. Seats for those attending will be available. Arrangements for the dedication were made by the following committees general committee Clarence rabbi Maurice Davis ,. Will conduct dedication Efroymson chairman Simon Ackerman Leonard Solomon Walter Wolf Louis Bornst in Irene Romei Amy Cook Richard Popp Donald Rothbaum and june Fisch Secretary. Arrangement committee Edward Reich chairman Herman Logan William Meyers jr., and Lee Barnett. Cornerstone Box committee Morris Jacobs chairman sol Blickman and Helen Fichman. Publicity committee Charles Feibleman chairman Mary Fink Marie Efroymson and Gerry Smith. Worship committee Bernice Blatt and Alvin Cohen co chairmen Florence Kroot Carolyn Goldberg William Barrett Sara Solomon Leon Mazur Phyllis Wolf Gary Garelick and Clarence Efroymson. By women 224 to cite High school vice head Alexander Moore vice principal of Crispus Attucks High school will receive the third an Nual americanism citation of by Nai by Rith women chapter no. 324 at a closing meeting at 12 30 . Wednesday. June 12. At the Westchester country club. Gilbert Forbes a fam news commentator and recipient of last year s award will introduce Moore and present the citation. The anti defamation league committee also will donate a Book to the Indianapolis Public Library on behalf of the chapter. Mrs Morton Berkson is chair Man for the Day. Mes. William Leventhal Sidney Jaffee Howard Wolner Leonard Eisen san Ders Klein Edward Kaufman. Manuel Cassen and Ernest Herman president Are members of the chapter s steering committee. Price of luncheon is $2 per Pon oct. Reservation can be made by phoning mrs. Abe Rubenstein. Cd 5-7174. Opening prayer will be read by mrs. Howard Wolner closing prayer by mrs Sidney Tavel off critical list nine year old Alan Tavel who was hit by a truck while Riding his bicycle May 22, was removed from st. Vincent s hospitals critical list this week. He was reported conscious gaining strength and resting Well although he is expected to be in the Hospital some time yet. Alan is the son of or. And mrs. David Tavel 6943 Breaks ground today a Large crowd Wras expected this morning Friday at the site of the Beth-e1 Zedeck Temple on West 70th st., 1v� blocks West of Spring Mill Road for the breaking of ground and the beginning of construction. A ceremony for which elaborate plans were made was scheduled to begin at 10 a. Total Cost of the new building will be $1 for aged will dedicate Wing june 16 dedication ceremonies and an open House will launch the new Wing of the Borinstein Home for the aged on sunday june 16. The event will begin at 1 30 p. At the Home called the City a first a drop in Center for the aged. The new Wing is a reconverted 11-room mansion immediately South of the present Home at 3516 Central ave. The House was extensively remodeler. The third floor was made into an apartment for the Matron of the Home and the second floor into five bedrooms which wifi become a permanent Home for 10 aged ambulatory residents. Main building will continue As a Home for those who Are bedridden or require medical attention. First floor of the new building will become the a drop in Center a an Experiment in the treatment of the aged in which the Community Chest and health and welfare Council of Indianapolis participated in planning. On the first floor Are a solarium a Large meeting room a House of worship a combination to music room and Library an arts and crafts Center a physical therapy room and a Kitchen. An especially built corridor links the new Home Given by an Anonymous donor to the new building. It is so constructed continued on Back Page Community Center Cornerstone ceremonies set for june 23 Cornerstone dedication ceremonies for the new jewish Community Center 6701 Hoover Road will be held at 1 30 p. Sun Day june 23, it was announced this week. The ceremony will be sponsored jointly by the jewish welfare federation and the jew ish Community Center association. Mrs. David Cook general chairman for the program said the ceremony will take not More than one hour and that the outdoor Pool will not open until after the dedication services. Serving on the joint Jef Acca committee with mrs. Cook Are mrs. Frank Barnett Theodore Dann Allison Falen Der Charles Feibleman Samuel Kroot Martin l. Lamer and mrs. Walter Lichtenstein. Feibleman has been named chairman of the subcommittee to it gather material to be placed in the Cornerstone Box. Cub scout pack 417 will take part in the ceremonies along with the Acca choral group. In Case of rain the dedication will be held the following sunday afternoon june 30. What s doing sunday june 9 Indianapolis hebrew congregation Cornerstone laying 2 30 ., 65th and Meridian. Chevron Shapass Siyoum Celebration 3 p. M., Jea building. Tuesday june 11 Golden age group picnic big Eagle Camp. Group will meet at 10 . At Kirshbaum Center for transportation. Indianapolis hebrew brotherhood installation and Lawn party. 8 ., Home of de Reich 434 Spring Mill Lane. Wednesday june 12 by women 324 closing meeting. 12 30 ., Westchester coun try club. Thursday june 13 Temple sisterhood Flower 1 meeting 9 30 am., White Cross service Center 1701 Boulevard i. Sunday june 16 installation of rabbi Moses mag nes As spiritual Leader of congregation Sharah Tewilla. 6 ., synagogue. Indianapolis workmen s Circle Dairy supper 6 30 ., workmen Scircle Hall. 1218 s. Meridian st. Sisterhood sets lunch Michigan City the Sinai Temple sisterhood has set a donor luncheon for wednesday. June 19. Flower Guild meets thursday mrs. Al to Klapper newly elected president will preside at the next meeting of the Temple sisterhood Flower Guild at 9 30 . At the White Cross service Center. 1701 Boulevard i. The sisterhood Flower Guild is affiliated with the White Cross Guild of the methodist Hospital. Suffer men to meet Michigan City the Sinai Temple menus supper club will meet at 6 30 . Wednesday june 12.bud Miller 9 father Dies Charles Miller father of Emeal Bud Miller 5915 n. Dearborn. It used May 37 la chicag wanted at once men or women with some experience in Telephone or person to person sales for top paying position on our advertising staff. These openings offer permanent interesting and financially worthwhile work full or Par time. Call or. G. Cohen National jewish Post and opinion or roae 1-1907rabbi Silver to install rabbi Magnes on june 16 rabbi Moses Magnes will be officially installed As spiritual Leader of congregation Sharah Tewilla at 6 p. M., june 16. Guest speaker at the installation to which the entire conv Unity has been invited is rabbi Eliezer Silver president of the Lagudas har Bonim. Shoolem Ettinger will be Mas ter of ceremonies. Or. Harry a Rabb is chairman of the installation arrangements. Louis f. Bernstein Sharah Tewilla president. Will preside. Refreshments will follow the induction ceremony. Sharah Tewilla located at s. Meridian and Merrill sts., was established in 1883 and is considered the oldest orthodox synagogue in the state. It will cel a brate its Diamond anniversary next year. By women meeting set Michigan City the Bani by Rith women a chapter will meet at 1 . Thursday june 20, at the Home of mrs. Jack Dorfman 602 Lake Shore or. Hostesses Are Mes. Charles Sci Osbig and Louis Klaas. Rabbi kick Kkt Silver. A Uduh Hamto mini proxies

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