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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - June 17, 1955, Indianapolis, IndianaIs per copy $6 per Yea the wish pos a Fuyou let the people know they pm act intelligently Osani to Avian Aives vhvioni3 d Indiana edition Friday june 17, 1955 registered As second class matter Post office Indianapolis. Indiana. Obvious bibliophiles or. Israel Burg israelis minister of Post and Telegraph thumbs through one of the Bloch publishing company a books on a visit to Greet the firm on its Centenary. Looking on Are Edward h. Block left president and Solomon Kerstein Vic president and editor of Bloch a Book bulletin. Borinstein awardees receive Gold watches the award is made annually to a boy and a girl member of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation confirmation class for consideration and kindness to fellow students and faculty and for Promise and qualities of leadership. The award was established by Louis Borinstein with a $5,000 gift. Only the interest is used. The award is unusual in that it is not based on Scholastic record. A dedication sunday at new Temple sit Bowling Alley to open officially in mid August the official opening of the town and country lanes Indianapolis newest Bowling Alley has been tentatively set for the Middle of August Erv Lebo Witz manager announced this week. Five jewish leagues have already signed up to use the new Alley which will be completely air conditioned Lebowitz said. Lebowitz who was former president of the Beth Al menus club league and Secretary of the Indianapolis jewish menus club league and the Ball and Chain league said the lanes will be fully automatic with no pin boys. Beth Al ground breaking to take place in october exercises dedicating the ground on which will Rise the new Home of congregation Beth Al Zedeck have been set for 4 p. M., sunday june 19. The site is two blocks West of the intersection of Spring Mill Road and 70th st. Guests from the jewish welfare federation and the Church federation of Indianapolis will be featured in the Brief ceremonies. The opening prayer will be Given by mrs. Robert Congress president of the Beth Al sisterhood. There will be greetings from honorary president Julian Freeman and by outgoing president Manuel i. Leve As Well As a message from the incoming president Nathan Regenstreif. A hymn will be Given by Bess the five loops which will Comei Simon and rabbi William Green to town and country in the fall i Feld and Cantor Myro Glass will Are the Indianapolis jewish conduct services after which menus club the Beth Al menus club and the better half Early Birds and Ball and Chain leagues. The Eva Oppenheim Borinstein award a solid Gold watch was Given this year to Myron Lee Klapper son of or. And mrs. Abe Klapper and Patricia Ann mantel daughter of or. And mrs. A. Edward mantel. Inf Council asks volunteers for Box pickup volunteers Are needed to assist in the traditional collection of jewish National fund Blue and White boxes. The collection under the chair-1 posts Choice As its Indiana jewish 1954 Man of the year will not come As a Surprise Manship of Ernest Marks will to anyone who has seen his work. Be held sunday june 19. All described As a a very serious Earnest Young Many by one member of the jewish Community people who wish to help Are who has occupied a Vantage Point for some time Maurel Rothbaum tackled the presidency of the Indianapolis jewish welfare mrs. Schwartz wed to Max Markman mrs. Minnie Schwartz daughter of mrs. Rose Lehner 2933 Park ave., and the late or. Samuel Lehner was married to or. Max Markman of Attleboro mass. At the Home of mrs. Leh nerds brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Abet Lehner 336 e. 60th st., on june 5. Which the rabbi will make dedicatory remarks. Executive director Oscar a. Mintzer is to represent the jewish federation and president Harold f. Brigham will represent the Church federation in extending greetings to Bethel on the occasion. The closing prayer will be Given by Abe Borin president of the menus club. Actual ground breaking will take place during the Early Pait of october. At that Tima contracts will also be let for construction work. The congregation expects to be Able to occupy the new building in time for High holy Day services in 1956. It s unanimous Abe Borin to remain Beth Al men s president Abe Borin was unanimously i of officers and Board members re elected to the presidency of submitted by the nominating the Beth Al Zedeck menus club committee which was chaired at the groups closing dinner meeting of the 1954-55 season. With him were elected a slate Maurel Rothbaum is p o s t s Choice As Indiana Man of the year for 1954 asked to meet at 10 a. M., sunday at the jewish educational association building 3456 Central. Federation in a time of trouble. The youngest president in the federations history a he was four local women went to meeting at Brandeis four delegates from Indianapolis attended the 7th annual conference of the National women s committee of Brand is University several Good openings be Cir the a a we would like to add eral people to our curation sales staff earnings Are Good minimum of $75 a week. With the possibility of substantial additional salary. We May also be Able to use one or two people part time. Call the National jewish Post �4� non Ali Meridia. Street it in i Rose 4 1.sot from june 11 to 14 at the University a Waltham. Mass., Campus. They were local president mrs. Walter b. Lichtenstein first vice president mrs. Maurel Rothbaum director mrs. Victor Goldberg and a National Board member. Mrs. Charles Efroymson. The highlight of the conference was a symposium tuesday evening. June 14, featuring drs. Abram Sachar Max Lerner and Ludwig Lewisohn As participants. Mrs. Harry l. Michaels of Brookline. Mass. First president of the National group served As general chairman of the conclave. Which was attended by delegates of 50 chapters nationwide. Mrs. Jack Larman is publicity chairman of the Indianapolis chapter. Only 41 when elected for the first time in february 1954 a Rothbaum was recently renamed to serve until the Spring of 1956. Before the federation was organized in 1948, he was working As a solicitor in campaigns for the United jewish Appeal which joined the Jef when the combination of separate agencies was effected. Rothbaum worked in the business and professional division continued on Page 19 by Sam Rose. The remainder of the 1955-56 administration will include Morris Regenstreif. First vice president Leo Plotkin second Vic president Sam Rose and Dave Granowsky honorary vice presidents Henry Blatt treasurer and Harry Schuchmann Secretary. Board members include Leonard Berkowitz Hyman Brosman. Leon Frisch Harold Goldberg. Harry Hoehman Phil Levan Stanley Levinson William Napers Manuel Segal Sherman Weinstein Harold Stolkin and Howard Baumann. By Emma Kominers society editor if you be heard something Call to Lbot-7592 Maurel Rothbaum youngest Jef presiden United nations organization. Last wednesday i was at an impressive and interesting meeting at the world War memorial. It was attended by women from women a organizations All Over the state of Indiana and during it preliminary plans were Laid for a nationwide Cele bration of the 10tl anniversary of the United nations organization on oct. 24. The Rev. Jack Mendelsohn minister of All souls unitarian Church was speaker of the Day with a never to be forgotten message. An Appeal was made for All organizations in the country to set aside the Day designated for educating and promoting interest in the wonderful machinery for world peace and arranging outstanding meetings to commemorate it. Our Council of jewish women and Hadassah were cited As out standing examples for work done in the past and we were urged to continue the work by celebrating in unison with All other organizations on oct. 24, or on any other Date that would be agreeable to All. Organizations of men and women Are asked to help with these plans by calling Meta 7582. Thanks. Memories of school miss Patricia mantel daughter of or. And mrs. Edward mantel 3935 n. Meridian st., was elected to the cum laude society at Tudor Hall. At the same school continued on next Page have you heard

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