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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - March 27, 1942, Indianapolis, IndianaWith jewish students at Indiana and Purdue . Enjoys big weak end Bloomington a first came congratulations and then the traditional a ebon voyage to our Soror Ruth Marks whose engagement to midshipman Louis Fin announcing reopening of Shapiro a fresh fish fish Market formerly operated by mrs. Berman. 1016 s. Meridian st. For that. Spring change Over be sure you go to Rube s and ats pure Oil station Meridian and Mccarty its. Riley 0032 a specializing in greasing car washing and polishing Kle Sam was announced last week. Ruth left last sunday for her Home in Louisville. A Surprise party was Given in Ruth a Honor Friday night. While on the Indiana Campus Ruth was social chairman and last week was elected treasurer of Upsilon. Louise Stiefler 45, Marion has been elected treasurer to succeed Ruth. Newly appointed officers Are Jeanne Yoffe Seymour corresponding Secretary Phyllis Levey Indianapolis Rush chairman and Pegge Bobele Gary assistant Blanche Schultz Terre haute House manager Betty Beitman Indianapolis social chairman and Anne Gold Muncie assistant and Fanny Friedland East Chicago Alumna recorder. A dancing in the rain was the theme of the second formal Spring dance of Upsilon last saturday in Honor of the twelve initiates and in Celebration of the Twenty fifth anniversary of the founding of Sigma Delta Tau. Guests last week end included or. And mrs. J. B. Dee or. And mrs. Bert Sicanoff or. And mrs. Ben Sha Lansley or. And mrs. Julius Maurer Betty Holland Ruth Weil Sylvia sector Suzanne Cohen Patsy and Jody Jackson Meriam and Sylvia Miller Jacqueline Frank Betty sacks Shirley Einbinder Joe care sky Paul Sicanoff Bob Meyers Irving Lin Derman Sam and Nathan Brill continued on Page 7 passover begins at Sundown wednesday april 1 new clothes or Fine cleaning it s patriotic and sensible to be Thrifty. Make the clothes you have last longer with More frequent cleaning careful pressing expert mending but be sure you get Good cleaning. If you value your garments As much As we value our reputation Call Swiss. Do it today Don t gel caught in the we have the and exclusive method developed by and sponsored by. The tanners Institute of America for cleaning and dyeing suede and leather Coats jackets gloves. Purses even shoes. A no excellence without Greet Effort a Lincoln 3505 so Niu Ltd intercut in been Hown in the a Iii in of Indiana be Wanh boy in the Merloe Tomt the Post Hon decided to run n weekly column under the Nln be bending. Parent and Friend not Only in Inri in it n poll hut throughout Indiana Are invited to end in contribution. A Are the boy in the or Vlee them Welve. The pot i ent free to any member of the United state Force anywhere provided they write in for the paper Theiu Nelve. From the canal zone to the editor received a copy of the Post today and enjoyed Reading about Good old Indianapolis. I would like to express my thanks to you for mailing the Post to me As news of jewish activities at Home and throughout the world is indeed Welcome Here in the canal zone. Hoping you will keep me posted private Dave Glazer det. Med. Dept. Station Hospital fort Kobbe canal zone synagogue notes Joe Golden tells about wind and dust to the editor received the Post sunday morning and was sure glad to get it. It is the first one in be seen in two months. It was Good to read what is going on at really want to thank you for it. This Isnit my permanent Field and look to be sent away to a permanent Field. I will let you know As soon As they Transfer me. In a glad this is just a temporary place because the dust and wind in this part of Texas is too much for me. The article that was in your paper recently about me i still can to figure out who put it in. Give my regards to everybody. Joe Golden 405th sch. Sydn no. 205 Sheppard Field Texas fort Wayne Sidney l. Davidow of the station Hospital staff at Baer Field was advanced from first lieutenants ranking to captains ranking. Fort Wayne sergeant Joseph Hurwitz son of or. And mrs. Mendel Hurwitz has been assigned to officers training school from fort Knox by. When he completes his course he will be commissioned a second lieutenant. The woman a study group met at the Home of mrs. B. Weisbach 760 Carolina last saturday. Or. And mrs. I. Neuwelt announce the birth of a granddaughter born to their children or. And mrs. Neuwelt of Lafayette ind. Mrs. Neuwelt is visiting in Lafayette. Beth Al Junior Hadassah will conduct services at 8 p. Tonight. Fritzie Cohen chairman will deliver a Sermonetti on youth Aliyah and Helen Smith will talk on membership and the activities of Junior Hadassah. The opening prayer will be Given by Estelle Grossman and closing prayer by Helen Bottigheimer. Maralene Lurie is chairman of the hostesses. Indianapolis hebrew Cong. The annual passover seder sponsored by the Temple sisterhood brotherhood Young Peoples league and the congregation of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will be held at 6 30 p. M., thursday april 2, in the vestry rooms. Or. And mrs. Hess chefs of the Broadmoor country club will Cater the dinner. Rabbis m. Feuerlicht and Maurice Goldblatt will officiate. Mrs. Louis Trinz is chairman of arrangements and mrs. Miriam Foreman is reservation chairman. Or. We. Schloss president of the congregation mrs. Harold Platt president of the sisterhood or. Harry Jacob president of the brotherhood and or. Phil Fich Man publicity chairman form the executive committee. Men in the army will be invited guests. Price of the dinner tickets is adults $1.25 children under ten years 75 cents. Beth Sholem East Chicago a passover services will be conducted by rabbi Solomon Miller at 7 30 . Wednesday and thursday april 1 and 2, and at 8 30 . Thursday and Friday. U. H. C. Services this Friday evening will be directed by the a minion Aires. Vocal selections and ser Monette will feature the service. Rabbi Fox will be at Home 1114 Union Street every evening and from 10 to 12 a. Through March 3 to facilitate the official passover ritual of a Mech iras Cometz. Rabbi Fox will explain the different passover rituals and deliver the traditional a Ash Abbas hag Odolo Sermon at 5 30 p. This saturday. Beth Al South Bend a sisterhood Sabbath will be observed at services at 8 p. Tonight. A reception will follow the service. The annual Temple seder will be held on the first night of passover wednesday april 1. Knesset la Israel Hammond at Shambos hag Odol services saturday morning March 28, rabbi Sydney k. Moss Man will deliver a Sermon on a slavery and Freedom. On our trucks cover the whole City for extra vitamins and delicious variety ask your grocer for Kraft s bread look for the Kraft Label on the loaf real Rye a Vienna a Pumpernickel Etc. Thursday morning during passover services rabbi Mossman will speak on a a Freedom a flight and Friday morning his topic will be a the Pascal sacrifice of modern times. For the final Piscor services on april 9 the Sermon will be a counted or countless dead. At 11 Oclock sunday morning april 5, the children of the talmud torah will hold their own seder. Beth Al Hammond rabbi a. J. Fein Berg will speak on a ancient bondage and modern Freedom at Shambos hag Odol services at 8 p. Friday March 27. At 11 a. Sunday the annual children a seder will be held at the solarium with mrs Leon Sandler in charge. The congregational seder will be held at 6 30 p. Wednesday april 1. Arrangements Are being made by the Beth Al sisterhood. Mrs. Lester Ottenheimer is chairman of the following committee mesdames de Rudin Leon Sandler a. Weiss w. Krause s. Leopold r. Fox j. Silver c. Weber Robert Schroeter. Confirmation Day will be May 24. The topic of rabbi a. J. Fein bergs Sermon for Friday evening april 3, will be a a rabbi looks at easter and passover. The choir will assist in the service. Ach Duih ves Holom fort Wayne the religious activities Board of Ach Duth ves Holom congregation has set aside this Friday evening As annual museum night. There will also be an exhibition of the new books acquired by the Library. Mrs. J. L. Goldman is chairman of the museum and mrs. Harry e. Landy is chairman of the Library. A Tea will follow. March 29 has been set for the next Temple quiz kid program. The next Temple sisterhood meeting will to held tuesday april 7. This will be the last important business meeting of the year. Election of officers will be held and All chairmen of All standing committees will give their reports. Six state rabbis endorse army plan special new York Over three Hundred and fifty american rabbis representing every Shade of american Judaism and including six Indiana rabbis have expressed approval of the proposal to establish a Palestine jewish military Force to fight in the cause of the United nations under British command and under its own Banner it was announced yesterday by or. Stephen s. Wise chairman of the american emergency committee for zionist affairs. A state rabbis endorsing the army project Are Elias Charry Garry j. August a. J. Feinberg Herman Pollack Albert m. Shulman and Frederic Doppelt. The jewish Post a journal for Indiana jewry published every Friday by the jewish Post. Editorial and circulation office 608-10 Meridian life bid�., Indianapolis ind. For advertising rates apply at the office. Entered As second class matter at the poet office at Indianapolis ind., under the act of March j. 1879. Printed by the Tri Art. Press Sis n. New Jersey 8t. Indianapolis. G m. Co Hen. Publisher. I ind
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