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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - March 29, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana13c per copy 5 per year 7/ you let the people know they can act intelligently the wish pc Jeskw _ it Obj s tar it. Of an opinion Ivri Fama Pittam a it. I u on iat application for additional entry at new York new York is pending its. Fiji Itjin Friday Algren -9, 19o7 second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis Indiana. V Ulvi Hisrael Consul i. D. Unna federation women expect record crowd for lunch make your reservation now have you made your reservation to the by of women a division luncheon april 3 at Broadmoor if not Call me 1-4311 Extension 54 on monday morning. Transportation will be provided if to Community on Hametz Romo val because of the fact that the Laws of the passover Are extremely stringent with respect to the removal of a Metz Leavening. The undersigned orthodox rabbi of Indianapolis Issue the following important information it is absolutely forbidden for a jew to take any form of Hametz on his premises either locations that he leases or owns outright during the passover Holiday. This includes any form of Leavening or utensils such As dishes pots and pans fixtures both Domestic and commercial that have been used with Hametz. For that Hametz which is cleared away. And is kept until after passover Only one possible Way of retaining it for after passover use is available performing the ritual of Mehi rat Hametz. All commercial establishments. Such As groceries bakeries Butcher shops and liquor stores owned by jews must have this act performed before the passover. You May consult me daily. Rabbi Raphael Lobo. 1010 s. Meridian st. Melrose 6-0893. To Honor mrs. Jack Goodman National women s chairman with Over 60 women engaged in a phoning for reservations Campaign leadership of the jewish welfare federation women division this week were optimistic that a new record for attendance would be set at the opening luncheon at 12 30 p. M. Wednesday april 3. In the Broadmoor country club. The luncheon this year will Honor mrs. Jack Goodman a a a National women so a division chairman of the United jewish Appeal. Mrs. Goodman has been speaking in behalf of the Uja emergency Rescue fund and its needs to women a groups throughout the country. She has been a member of the welfare federation women s division Cabinet for Over 20 years As Well As a co chairman. She is the Only woman Ever elected president of the welfare federation since its inception 53 years ago. Mrs. Charles f. Efroymson and mrs. Max Selig co chairmen of the division have announced that the following will be luncheon hostesses mesdames Sam Abels Harry Berke Joseph Bloch a. L. Borinstein Ben x. Cohen Maurice Davis Edward Dayan Lipot Frankovitz Robert Goldberg Sidney James e m m a Kominers. Irwin Rose Robert Rose Allan Selig Percy Simmons Miklos Sperling s a in Solotkin Robert Stolkin Herman Strashun Wolf Sussman Oscar Tavel Abe wides. Isaac Wolf Myron Wolf and Walter Wolf. Active solicitation will be done by four teams of workers of approximately 15 i it or sons each. Cards will in picked up after i p. In. On Friday april 5, at the Home of mrs. Samuel Kroot 5x31 Washington blvd. Workers will have one week to Complete their solicitation and return them on Friday april 12 to mrs. Leve 5606 North Meridian st. Mrs. Blatty a the following Alpert Frank Block. David team consists of mesdames Harry Barnett Maryan Cook. Charles Feibleman Philip Fichman Morris Jacobs Abe Kroot miss Lois Letzter Jack Maurer s a m Schahet Maurice Spasser Sam Wolf and Morton Wolman. Mrs. Sablosky a workers Are mesdames Herbert Backer Fred Fishman Leonard Berko Witz Jack k. Berman Eli Coplan Louis Elkovits Charles Fisch Stanley Herman Paul Hirsch. Irving Linderman Louis Marks. Julius Maurer Alibert Reuben David l. Sablosky David Steinberg Sherman Weinstein and Louis c. Wolf. Workers on mrs. Krooth steam Are mesdames Simon Acker Man Ferdinand born Alvin Cohen Louis Fink. Melvin Fried Onberg Richard Glasser David Gold Morris Himelstein Maurice Horwitz Jack Kammins Arthur Londe Herbert Melrose Samuel Prager and Maurel Rothbaum. Mesdames Joseph a. Roth Bard. Marvin Laski and William Napers will serve As a a clean up squad for this group. Mrs. Levels team consists of the following mesdames Charles Brenner Julius Brown Herman Chalfie Theodore Dann Jack Efroymson Lipot Frankovitz David Granowsky Howard Kahn. David Klain Max Klez Mer Martin Larner Lou Leven Thal and David Lurvey. Luncheon includes mrs. Alvin co luncheon include mrs. Alvin co Hen mrs. Richard Glasser and mrs. Arthur Londe. This is it the Board of directors of Temple Beth Al Zedenek at a meeting sunday March 24, has authorized the building committee to proceed with construction of the new synagogue on West 70th Street l1 blocks West of Springhill Road. The total Cost is $1 million which includes general construction mechanical electrical Cost of land furnishing sewage site improvements and fees. Geupel construction co. Will take charge of general construction. Hatfield electric co. Electric and m. A. Amp m. Co. Mechanical also have been awarded contracts. Con a Striction is expected to let Egin in 30 Days and to be completed in a All out Effort. Discussing aspects of the jewish welfare federation Campaign Are mrs. Charles Efroymson co chairman of women a division mrs. Jack Goodman women a division National chairman and mrs. Max sting women a division co chairman. The initial event will be a tuesday luncheon honouring mrs. Goodman. A federation affair at Goldberg meeting Victor Goldberg a past Campaign chairman will Host a Jewr ish welfare federation meeting tuesday night april 2, at Broadmoor country club. Honoured guest will be Jack Goldfarb formerly of this City and now a new York industrialist. Guest speaker at the dinner we ill be Isaac d. Unna Israel Consul in charge of information in Chicago. Goldfarb is a nationally known philanthropist. He has made a million Dollar gift to Brand is univ e r s i t y. Recently he contributed $25. -000 to the Indianapolis hebrew congregation building fund As Well As $5,000 to the jewish c o m Unity Center. A Nna came to Palestine in 1936 with his father or. Or. Unna. Who had been president of the zionist academic Union in Ham Burg. After being graduated from a Haifa secondary school. Unna served with the British mandatory government Anil in 1914 was named Secretary to the Haifa District officer. Goldberg upon his enlistment in the British army. Or. Unna joined a palestinian jewish engineering company which was part of the eighth army throughout the Western desert Campaign. Later he we As sent to England for officers training and graduated from the military Academy there in 1946. He subsequently served at British army Headquarters in Austria and Italy and was discharged with the rank of 1st lieutenant in 1947. During israelis War of Independence. He served As an infantry officer with the Israel defense army and saw action in Galilee. From 1949 to 1952. He served As a regular army officer in the Israel defense army. Early in 1953, or. Unna was transferred to the ministry for foreign affairs of the government of Israel and in september 1953 tie was appointed to his present Post As vice Consul. Isaac Unna or Iel vice Consul Register now for acc Camp registration for Kiwacka summer Day Camp Wall begin at 1 p. M. Sunday april 7, in the jewish Community Center. To be held at big Eagle Camp the schedule Calls for two periods of three weeks each. The first period runs from july 119 the second july 22-aug. 9. Fee is $15 a week for the first child enrolled $10 a week for the second child in the family. For further information Call Max Casper Day Camp director at Walnut 3-2401. T asthmatic Home local chapter of jewish National Home for asthmatic children at Denver will hold a passover snack luncheon at 12 30 p. M. Tuesday april 2, at Indiana National Bank 56th and Illinois. A skit called Quot Denver women present in be got a secret will be staged

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