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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - March 14, 1947, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana edition a journal for of Al xatsa�1 31 0 st $4.00 per year 10c per copy vol. Ii no. 31 Friday March 14, 1947 i entered As second Ciao matter nov. 9. 1945. At the poet Oftle at Indianapolis inc under the act of March l 1879state leaders to converge h ere sunday Joseph e. Beck Moses a. Leavitt Gahagan Harry Seeve my sister Eileen to be next offering of a a Bavm players the Kirshbaum players will meet at 8 15 p. M. Monday at Kirshbaum Center to plan for a second play Quot my sister Eileen a a three act comedy by Ruth Mckinney to be Given late in May. New members will be needed to fill the Twenty seven speaking parts and anyone interest in dramatics is invited to try out director Margaret Rogerts will acquaint the group with the play Saui Rabb named at the meeting on monday. Edge a new co<u1 _ Saul i. Rabb former chief a n i Deputy prosecutor of Marion few in Palestine county has been appointed first study group subject judge of the newly created a the Council Hadassah study Rion county criminal court no. Group will meet at 1 p. M. Mon 2 by gov. Ralph Gates Day at the Home of mrs. Harry judge Rabb Long an Active Brodey 5741 n. Delaware st. Member of the Republican party mrs. Ben Paller will assist the will hold the Post until the Gen hostess and a dessert luncheon eral election of 1950. He is a will be served. Member of the Indianapolis bar association by Nai by Rith the Paris will speak zoo nest organization a member on Quot the jew m Palestine up to of the of directors of Beth 1945.&Quot followed by open discus a Meek congregation and a in member of the masonic Oil to address new City zionist group rabbi Jacob m. Ott of Ashe Emet congregation in Chicago will address the organization meeting of the local chapter of Masada Young zionists Here wednesday March 26. Rabbi Ott served As chaplain in France and Germany. Norman Abrams chairman of the local zionist youth commission announced that the movies of the 1946 world series would be shown at the meeting. Or. Abrams said the local chapter of Masada which is composed of zionists from 18 to 30 years of age already has enrolled 120 women to present Quot behold the Lew Quot a play Quot behold the jew a will be presented by by Nai by Rith women at a meeting at 1 30 p. M. Wednesday at Kirshbaum Center. The play was adapted for radio presentation from Ada Jackson a poem of the same name Winner of Britain a Greenwood poetry prize for 1943. Mrs. Ben Paller will act As narrator. And other members of the cast Are the Mes. Philip Fich Man Nat Smith Mortimer Mann Richard Efroymson George Claymon and a1 Hindin. Mrs. Abe Jafffee will accompany the play and mrs. Herbert Backer is director. Tea and a social hour will follow and the Public is invited. Men s club speaker a this business of being a jews will be or. Shalom Spiegell a subject when he addressee the Beth Al menus club at 8 30 . Tuesday in the Temple vestry. Graduating classes of the jewish educational association and members of the Beth Al Young people s league have been invited to attend. Or. Spiegel author of a hebrew reborn a has lived and taught in Palestine and is professor of medieval literature at the jewish theological Seminary of services next Friday Al . The Indianapolis Section of the National Council of jewish women will sponsor Friday night services on March 21 at the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Guest speaker will be miss Alice Frieder of Cincinnati who is in charge of the american brotherhood program of the round table of christians and jews in Cincinnati. Mrs. Charles f. Efroymson Council president will introduce the speaker and miss Sylvia Miller president of the Junior Council will give the opening Blessing. A social hour will follow the services with Junior Council members acting As . Isserman to speak to brotherhood monday or. Ferdinand Isserman rabbi of Temple Israel st. Louis will address the brotherhood of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation at a meeting at 8 p. M. Monday at the Temple. His topic will be Quot Judaism and Labory Industrial race and International rabbi Isserman author of Quot this is Judaism a is a former chairman of the commission on Justice and peace of the Central conference of american rabbis. He is a leading member of the National conference of Christian and jews and during the Early years of the War he served As an american red Cross Field representative in the North african theater. A program of movie shorts including a March of time feature will be shown and rabbi Maurice Goldblatt will introduce the speaker. Refreshments will be served. Dobrovits helps found Vetr Colony special new to Kkt How Alfred Dobrowitz of Indianapolis and eleven other jewish i students at hebrew u. Took part in the Surprise founding of a new Colony was being told Here. Under cover of darkness the group moved into the Hebron Hills where the Colony was illness fatal to mrs. Ida Wohlfeld 44 mrs. Ida Wohlfeld 64, an Indianapolis resident for the last 60 years died Friday March 7, at 333 n. Delaware st., after a Long illness. Funeral services were held sunday at the Aaron Ruben funeral Home with rabbi Maurice Goldblatt and rabbi Samual Katz officiating. Burial was in share Tefil Lah cemetery. Survivors include her husband Jacob Wohlfeld five sons Mortimer Wohlfeld Indianapolis Elmer Wohlfeld Detroit Leonard Wohlfeld Kansas City to. Or. Julius Wohlfeld Bedford and Captain Gerald Wohlfeld United states medical corps stationed in Seattle Wash. A daughter mrs. Marcus Katz Chester Iii. A sister mrs. Hattie Mechlowitz Miami Beach Fla. A brother Julius Kaminsky new York City and seven for Indiana . Campaign to be discussed jewish Community leaders throughout the state will gather this sunday at the Columbia club for an All Day conference to Dis a cuss plans for Indiana a participation in the United jewish Appeal National Campaign for $170,000,000. Speakers who will address the sessions which Start at 10 . Will include Helen Gahagan Douglas congresswoman from California Moses a. Leavitt Secretary of the joint distribution committee Joseph e. Beck director of the United service for new americans Harry Seeve administrative assistant of the United Palestine Appeal and Julian b. Venezky of Peoria 111., National chairman for regions of the Uja. 3 City people chairmen morning sessions will be held in the Harrison room with luncheon and afternoon sessions in the Gold Ball room. J. A. Goodman who with Louis j. Borinstein and mrs. Charles Efroymson co chairmen of the conference will preside and Welcome guests to the conference. Mrs. J. A. Goodman will speak on the women s division work at the National level. Or. Leavitts talk will be followed by an open forum discussion with Arthur Simon of South Bend presiding. Invocation will be Given by rabbi William p. Greenfeld and the Benediction by rabbi Maurice Goldblatt. Mrs. Goldberg is chairman of luncheon arrangements. No funds to be solicited the conference will adjourn at 5 . Reservations for the luncheon Are being taken by the Indianapolis jewish welfare fund 401 Penn Way building Lincoln 6538. Sessions Are open to the entire Community As Well As to All members of the family. There will be no fund raising at the elected by Pilaf alumni Bill Weinstein of Indianapolis was elected president of i Lambda Phi alumni at a dinner at the Meridian House on wednesday. Others elected were or. Gabriel Schuchman Nice president and or. Charles Fisch , humorist at Kirshbaum sunday Irving Davidson interpreter of jewish humor will appear at 8 30 p. M. Sunday in the final program to be presented by the jewish cultural committee in this season s series. Kirshbaum members will be admitted free to the performance. For others who do not have season tickets the admission Price will be $1.00.former resident Dies in Florida Herbert Burger former resident of Connersville and Indianapolis died wednesday March 5, at st. Francis Hospital in Miami of complications following an operation. Survivors include his father and Mother or. And mrs. Louis Burger and three Sisters mrs. Jacob Weiss mrs. A. Ross and mrs. H. B. Waag. Fleischman to be speaker at donor luncheon mar. 26 has studied various needs of displaced persons go Meles Che Sod to meet a meeting of the go Meles Che Sod society will be held at 1 30 p. M. Monday at the United hebrew synagogue. Refreshments will follow the meeting. Alfred Fleischman st. Louis who formerly headed a Survey committee studying economic and social needs of displaced and stateless persons in Germany and Austria will be the principal speaker at the 11th annual donor luncheon of Hadassah to be held wednesday March 26, at the Claypool hotel. Also on the program which has been announced by mrs. Lewis Levy program chairman will be Mildred Lind violinist with the Indianapolis symphony orchestra and a memorial tribute to Henrietta Szold founder of the organization. Final reports and plans will be made at the dosing report meeting at 1 . Thursday at a dessert luncheon at the Home of mrs. S. A. Sil Bermann 5131 n. Delaware st. Mrs. Silberman general chairman stressed the necessity for All workers to attend the meeting in order to turn in reservations and donations for inclusion in the printed program. Proceeds of the annual affair traditionally go to the Hadassah medical organization which at present is building a 200-bed tuberculosis Hospital on it. Scopus and which is planning the establishment of an undergraduate medical school in Palestine. Disease and malnutrition among european survivors have made unprecedented demands on the facilities and have increased the needs of the organization
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