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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - June 28, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana1t you let the people know they can act 5r per copy 6 per year and 3j.vxs vnviani0 d Indiana edition Friday june 28, 1957 second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis Indiana application Foi additional entry at new York new York is pending volume Xii no. 44 s. Weinberger elected president of Beth Al Sam Weinberger was elected i Esi Lent of congregation Bethel Zedeck at a Board meeting wednesday night june 26, following a congregational meeting at which 11 persons were elected to the Board. Other officers named were Ben Paller vice president Louis Barnett treasurer and mrs. A Arthur Schwartz Secretary. Board members elected were Harry Alpert Louis Barnett. Abo Borin Albert Calderon Herman Chalfie Emanuel Dietz. Cus Domont Harry Hoffman or. Alex j. Kahn a1 Seham Berg and Harry Shuchman. Officers terms will be for one year Board members terms three years. Forty four persons attended the meeting. Harry Hopkins was chairman of the nominating committee. Reporting for the building committee Julian Freeman told the congregation that the total Cost of their new building will to $970,000. Turning to funds available. Freeman said that the building Campaign had reached the $700,003 Mark and that the Indiana National Bank was lending the congregation building Money on a straight note without mortgage. Rabbi Morris Feldman reporting for the educational committee told the congregation that this years confirmation class 45 pupils was the largest in the schools history with classes overflowing to the jewish educational Assn. Building but that next years class will be even larger 50 pupils. Rabbi Feldman noted also that the Temple now has a teen age lounge. Drabe Max speaking for the ritual committee said that since Pesah More traditional ritual had been introduced into services. 3 from City to attend Hope confab three members of the Indianapolis City of Hope chapter will attend the National convention july 6-10 at the ambassador hotel in los Angeles. T h e delegates Are chapter president mrs. Irving Birnbaum mrs. Jack Ladin and mrs. Ben Borinstein. They will leave Here july 4 by plane. In California the delegates will witness the dedication of the George and Elsinore Mach Ris heart Hospital for research and treatment of cardiac diseases also the Bloomenson Hope Village adjoining the grounds of the City of Hope medical Center Ilies of patients the Hospital. To House fam convalescing at Freeman made veep Julian Freeman was elected Vic chairman of the National Community relations advisory Council at a three Day plenary see Aton in Cleveland this week. Bond sales reach 86,100 at Dan brisker to be Indiana Jef address meeting Daniel brisker israeli immigration expert who has helped in the absorption of thousands of Young newcomers in Israel will speak before the annual meeting of the Southeastern Indiana jewish welfare fund at 1 30 . Sunday june 30, at the Kopper Kettle in Morristown. Brisker who brings to audiences a vivid picture of israelis needs and achievements has played an important role in tackling the immigration absorption problems confronting the people of Israel As thousands of new immigrants have poured into the jewish state. He is Well know for his achievements in helping israelis Young newcomers to be come productive and Well adjusted citizens. From 1917 to 1951 he represented the jewish Agency of Palestine in the United states and was intimately acquainted with the Over All scope of israelis internal situation. A Small Crow d of Only 80 persons pledged to buy $86,100 w Orth of Israel Bonds monday night a dinner addressed by James Roosevelt , son of the late president. Well Over half of the Bonds were purchased by Only eight people. De Clarke Max Goldberg ind Lipot Frankovitz each said that they would buy $10,000 in Bonds. Those who made $5,000 purchases w ere William Schloss Sam Abels Joseph Singer Jacob Cassel and the Central hebrew sisterhood. Or. Roosevelt told the guardians and trustees that there was a time not so Long ago when if you went out and worked for the state of Israel you were considered a worker for something that was not p e r m a n e it. The Sinai Campaign perhaps marked the turning Point in of Israel. The american people began of realize that if you did you were working for All he things that were important in americans pioneering efforts. The Southeastern Indiana jewish welfare fund is known for its outstanding record in contributing to Uja and other causes. Present officers of the group Are mrs. Bertha Goodman Shelbyville honorary president Stanley Frank Shelbyville president Hyman die no Shelbyville treasurer and Leon Adler Mooresville. Secretary. The following Are directors Gerbis Guttman Philip Cohen and Isadore middleman. Conners Ville Nate Kaufman Paul sir Kus or. David Silbert a. S. Pc Lakoff Louis Karnovsky and Jerry Litwak Shelbyville Dave Frankovitz our evaluation Cahn bus son. Dan brisker. Immigration expert and Robert Tross Colum and Jerry Weinberg Madi dead line monday for next week because of the july 4 Holiday news and pictures for the july 5 Post and opinion must be in the office by noon monday july 1. 1,700 visit acc Pool sunday july 4 water program planned the Hoover Road Pool of the Acca attracted 1,700 individual members and guests the past two sundays while As Many As 700 to 800 members have attended on recent week Days. Recreational facilities completed this past week include to o shuffleboard courts and a volleyball and Badminton court. A Ping Pong table is now being installed South Bend rabbi to direct Midwest religious zionists rabbi Irving As Well. Members Are also enjoying the use of the centers two baseball diamonds and the picnic area. An adult social committee and a teen age social committee met this week to draw up plans for dances and outings. Chairmen of the adult committee Are the Mes. Abe Becker Julius Zuck Erman and Charles Sachs. A fourth of july aquatic program has been arranged by Rosemary Conley swim instructor of the Acca. The first show will be at 4 . On Independence Day. Followed by a 8 30 . Show. Participants in the aquatic program will include Andrea Cooper Mike Davis and Steve Davis Beth Jill and Mims Harris Dennis and Mike Silverstein and Michael Bluestein. These youngsters along with Pool guards Tom Kurtz. Kenneth Hunt Melvin Goldstein Bernard Celender and Sharon Pollack will demonstrate formation swimming diving and water Ballet. Glasser fete set the Celebration of the 50th Weddig anniversary of or. And or. Martin Glass or win take place from 3 to 6 . In the Home of their Eon and daughter or. And mrs. Hugo Kahn 5535 n. Pennsylvania sunday june thirtieth. Chicago Goldman of South Bend has been elected successor to rabbi Lipman z. Rabinowitz As Midwest director of the religious zionists of America Mizrachi Hamoel a Mizrachi. He will take office sept. 1. Rabbi Rabinowitz is retiring to study for a doctorate in psychology at the University of Chicago. Rabbi Goldman has served seven years in new Orleans. He w As graduated by the hebrew theological College Chicago 15 years ago. Memorial in Israel to Honor or. And mrs. Moses a. Rash a living memorial to Honor the names of the late Moses Avigdor and Pauline rash of Indianapolis will be established in Israel by the family and friends of the deceased couple. The memorial will take the form of a Grove of Trees in the Mizrachi Forest in the u of Colland dedicated to the memory of the late rabbi zen eve Gold former president of Mizrachi with whom the late or. Rabb worked in the Pioneer Days of zionism. The late or. Moses a. Rabb played an Active part during his entire lifetime in the Gentile As Well As jewish Community. He helped found the talmud torah an Ltd was one of the founders of zionism and jewish National fund activities in Indianapolis. He also helped promote the Mizrachi movement in this country his zionist activities Date Back to 1897 before the first world zionist Congress. Among or. Rabbis papers were found shares in the jewish colonial Trust dated june 1, 1900. The Trust was the fore runner of the jewish National fund. Or. Rabb was a direct descendant of the Vilna Gaon european scholar and talmudic authority. The late Pauline Rabb was the daughter of the late rabbi Abba Chaim Levinson of Baltimore md., and the granddaughter of rabbi Shalma Obe Rovsky of Shavel and a Labotka. Or. Rabb died feb. 5, the 5th Day of adar i. And his wife succumbed May 23, the 23rd Day of iyar. They would have celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary on june 12. Or. And mrs. Rabb Are sur Vived by six children. Mrs. Harry Cohen. Judge Saul i. Rabb or. Harry s. Rabb. Mrs. Shoolem Ettinger and mrs. Harold Goldberg. All of Indianapolis and mrs. Archibald c. Cohen of Butler pa., As Well a three grandchildren and one great grandchild. Roosevel Raele a Sinai t compared Campaign to is our Campaign against the mexican infiltrators during the presidency of Wilson. A in Mexico it Ivas Pancho Villa. We protested to the government of Mexico and when the protests resulted in nothing wre set out to organize an expeditionary Force. The United states did fight for lives and Security. We withdrew however when we got assurances that the raids would cease. Isnit that exactly what took place in Sinai the expeditionary Force went out then got assurances from the United states and others and upon receiving those assurances withdrew into the Bounds of her own country. A it h e state of Israel today is. Clarke a Little Island in the great sea. A Little Island of democracy surrounded by dictators. William Schloss introduced or. Roosevelt. Rabbi William p. Greenfeld who also spoke briefly announced the inauguration of a new Type of Campaign whereby each purchaser would the entire Cost of one House for an israeli family. Nabirt Greenfeld asked that 100 Homes be paid for this year. Each Home costs $3,000. Four persons at the meeting purchased Bonds for this amount. Robert Lurie Missouri Bond chairman conducted the Sale. Westchester cd will celebrate 3d birthday the Westchester country club will celebrate its third birthday on july 3. With a formal Din Ner dance at the club. Dinner will be served from 7 to 9 . And dancing to the music of George Freije a orchestra will take place from 10 p. M to 1 a. Or

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