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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - March 26, 1943, Indianapolis, IndianaPublished weekly the jewish Post vol. 11, no. 45 i 0 a jewry $2.00 per year March 26. 1943 Entz red As second Claas a Attar at the Tost Affton at Indianapolis under Tbs act of Marea i 1iti.War service work to feature Lodge group meetings under the leadership of Leon Levin first vice president of the Indiana Kentucky state association of by Nai by Rith War service activities will be the major item for discussion at the group meetings at Hammond on sunday april 4 and at Kokomo on sunday april 11. On the program for both meetings Are the executive committee meetings of officers and directors of the state association in the morning followed by the luncheon and round table discussion at noon. The afternoon session will include the address of Welcome by presidents of the Host lodges and the discussion on War activities Constitution revision and the Hillel foundation and the reports of the lodges. The ladies afternoon program includes the meeting of the executive committee of the women s Indiana Kentucky state association followed by a program for the ladies. Rabbi Garry August of Gary ind., will be the guest speaker at the Hammond night session and rabbi Israel Chodos of Indianapolis will be the guest speaker at the Kokomo night session. Reservations for either or both group meetings should be made now it was announced. Canadian elected a Sidney Weiss missing in action special Gary Cpl Sidney Weiss. 25. Son of or. And in David Weiss of Gary has been reported missing by the Federal government since feb. 17. He has been serving with the medical detachment in North Africa. Weiss went overseas on feb. 20. 1942 and his family has received a letter from him in Africa dated feb. 7. 1943. His two Brothers also Are in the army. Arthur a private in the infantry in North Africa and Erwin a private in the quartermaster corps stationed in California. Special Cincinnati a rabbi n. Eisendrath of holy Blossom Temple. Toronto has been elected director of the Union of american hebrew congregations. For the duration of the War. According to an announcement by Adolph Rosenberg. Chairman of the executive Board of the Bond drive tops $20,000,000 the zionist War Bond drive conducted during the month of february whose total was announced originally at Over $10,000,000 and later moved up to $15,000,000, has reached the $20,000,000 Mark Daniel Frisch was advised this week from Washington. South Side Aza s elect the South Side Aza group filled vacancies in two offices at a meeting this week. Those elected were sol Bunes Secretary Jake Cohen treasurer and Fred Donenfeld publicity agent. Harry Nahmias Leon Calderon and David Profeto were accepted As pledges. The group will conduct a membership drive for boys of 14 and Over and those interested in becoming members May inquire at the communal building at 8 15 p. M., thursday april 1. Jewish town Hall to feature chaplain Ott Kirshbaum Center will present the second in the jewish town Hall series on wednesday april 14. The program will consist of moving pictures of special jewish interest and a talk by chaplain Jacob m. Ott of Camp Atterbury on a religion and the jewish soldiers. Mrs. Henry Blatt has been appointed chairman of the jewish town Hall to buy 2 menorahs Vincennes a at the recent regular meeting of the by Nai by Rith auxiliary final arrangements were made for the Purchase of two menorahs for the Chapel at George Field 111. Members who made contributions toward their Purchase Are mrs. William Dumes mrs. H. Dansker mrs. D. S. Levin mrs. Morris Loeb mrs. Joe Schwartz mrs. Josephs mrs. Sam Schwartz mrs. Sam Rosenberg and mrs. Shapiro of Schloss named welfare fund head election of William Schloss As president of the jewish welfare fund was announced this week following a meeting of the Board of directors at the Columbia club at noon last Friday. At the same time re election of j. J. Kiser As first vice president and other officers at the february meeting of the welfare fund was also announced. Louis j. Borin Stein was re elected second Vic president e. Dayan was named Secretary and Philip Grenwald was re elected treasurer. Or. Schloss headed the successful 1941 drive of the welfare fund. 4 delegates to attend Reform meeting in n. Y. Indianapolis attendants at the biennial meeting of the Union of american hebrew congregations to be held at the hotel new yorker in new York City april 2-4, will be rabbi Morris m. Feuerlicht member of the executive Board and mrs. Sidney Mahalowitz mrs. J. Silver and mrs. Louis r. Markun . Starts drive for farm workers by be tilth text Raphu a Pence new York All jewish War veterans and members of the ladies auxiliary were urged by the National commander Benjamin Kaufman in a recent communication to All members to do their bit and get out on the farms this summer to relieve the shortage of labor. A a a very Jav Comrade and sister wants to do As much As be and she can to help the War Effort. Many of us can do a Little More and i am sure would if the proper spot for our energies could be found a he u. S. Rabbi loses use in War a special York first u. S. Rabbi to lose his life in world War ii was recorded with the death of rabbi Alex d. Goode of Beth Israel congregation of this City. Details of his death for official reasons were not made Public. He was lost Early last month and is survived by his wife and child. Rabbi Goode graduated from hebrew Union College Cincinnati in 1937. Barbara Ann Weiss daughter of or. And mrs. Jacob Weiss is at methodist Hospital recovering from a recent appendectomy. Palestine capital jumps 60 million since War Jerusalem Zoa it a since the outbreak of the War in september 1939, jewish capital brought into Palestine aggregated 15,000,000 sounds or $80,000,000according to figures published by the a Palestine and the Middle East bus route to Palestine via Persia Tel Aviv Zoa a a direct omnibus route Overland from Palestine to Persia is now being planned according to a report in the hebrew daily Haartz. By Nai b Rith launches drive for jewish farm workers special Washington d. intensive nationwide Campaign to recruit jewish youth for summer farm work in order to help relieve the National food shortage will be inaugurated on april 1 by the by Nai by Rith through its youth organization the Aleph Zadik Aleph and through its vocational service Bureau. Although some jewish youth will be placed individually in farm Homes an Effort will be made wherever possible to recruit and place groups of Young people at farm work. Thus a dozen or so boys from the same Aza chapter May be working together on the same farm. Goldblatt to speak at Pendleton rabbi Maurice Goldblatt will speak at the Chapel services at the Indiana reformatory at Pendleton ind., sunday March 28.4 Indiana cities lined up in new Job state system with four Indiana jewish communities already signed up a plan whereby Indiana communities not now taking part in the work of the jewish welfare Board went into operation last Friday night at the purim program at Camp Atterbury. The Terre haute jewish Community provided the funds for the purim affair with the Anderson Community scheduled to make possible a dance and entertainment planned for saturday night april 3 at the chamber of Commerce Hall at Columbus ind. The other two communities already taking part in the system Are Munde and East Chicago. L. L. Goodman and mrs. J. A. Goodman who Are co chairmen of the state Job set up announced that other communities will probably join in the arrangement in the next few weeks. Final plans for the system will be perfected at the meeting called for sunday april 4 at the Columbia club when a state Job organization will be formed. Under the plan Cadette from Kirshbaum Center will visit Camp Atterbury for these entertainments which will be held with various cities As sponsors every other week. Other Camps to be included in the program when it is finally completed will be George Field near Vincennes the Peru naval base the Camps near Indianapolis Baer Field and in fact every Camp in Indiana. Louis Kraft executive director of the National jewish welfare Board will be principal speaker at the meeting on april 4, which will be attended by 100 jewish leaders from cities in the state. Terre haute people who helped finance the purim party were messes. And mesdames Ben Becker Harrison Berkowitz Benjamin Blumberg Milton lev Naon Luden Meis David Rubin David Silverstein Frank j. Wolfe and Louis Brown the Jame Wolf co., and Levin . Seligman other celebrities help double Kokomo Uja drive special Kokomo a the annual drive for the United jewish Appeal was opened last week at a dinner at which i. B. Andoch Uja chairman was Host to the entire congregation. The dinner held in the new Temple featured Isadore Feibleman of Indianapolis As master of ceremonies and cmdr. Morton Seligman of the Peru naval base former commander of the aircraft Carrier Lexington sunk in the Battle of the Coral sea. Also present were it. Charles Farrel one time stage and screen Star and rabbi David Shapiro of Indianapolis principal speaker of the evening. It. Hyman Davidson of the Peru naval base whose Home is in Kansas City also made an Appeal As did Jacob Flox of Peru a member of the Kokomo congregation. Or. Flox led the donations with a generous gift and was followed by the rest of the congregation with the result that Kokomo quota subscriptions doubled last i years. Theressa Blumberg joins Waves miss Theressa Blumberg daughter of or and mrs. Benjamin Blumberg of Terre haute has been sworn in As a member of the Waves women a naval auxiliary and is now waiting orders for Active duty. Miss Blumberg has applied for officers training. She was a student at Bennington College Bennington it and at Northwestern University. % Lafayette girl with Abc Joan Pearlman 19-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Louis Pearlman of Lafayette is employed at Rockefeller Center new York editing manuscripts for the National broadcasting company. Forty pints is Hammond s gift a contingent of forty members of the Hammond by Nai by Rith Lodge and auxiliary in charge of Milton Diamond visited the american red Cross donor Center in Chicago to give a pint of their blood for the blood Bank recently

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