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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 3, 1935, Indianapolis, IndianaA jewish publication the jewish Post for the jewish people the Only jewish newspaper in the state of Indiana edited and printed entirely by jews. Vol. Ill no. V Indianapolis Indiana Friday Nisan 30, 569s May 3, 1935 single copy 3 cents 50 cents the year interesting facts of interesting jews by Leonard Rothschild Harry Park Vakakas Einstein has been signed by Goldwyn to appear in Eddie cantors next picture. Leon Belascoe a contract with his radio sponsor gives the employer the right to take away speaking parts if Leon loses his natural russian accent. Elmer Rice noted actor and playwright has joined the Parade of Broadway producers to the radio studios. Jack Pearl and Freddie Rich Are Willie Howard will have the comedy part in a Rose of the Rancho. This will be the comedians first picture assignment outside of an Early talker Short. Louis b. Mayer of metro Gold Wyn Mayer was recently re elected president of the motion picture producers association for the fifth consecutive year. Hollywood recently offered Elizabeth Bergner noted stage actress $150,000 per picture but she wants an added 5 per cent of the Gross intake. Lou Holtz will appear on the Paul Whiteman radio program on thursday evenings for the rest of this year at $1,100 a broadcast. David Rosenblum is vice president and treasurer of the National broadcasting company. Sam Hearn shlep Perman on the Benny broadcast received $250.00 a week in vaudeville six months ago. At present he makes $1,500. Radio has increased his stage earnings 600 per cent. Belle Baker was scheduled to leave London for new York april 3rd, but was asked to cancel her trip at the last minute to make ten More records for Victor. Paul Yawitz columnist in the new York Mirror recently became editor of the columnists review Magazine. Manny Seff author of a blessed event a recently left Hollywood for new York after two years in which he wrote 14 screen plays for Warner fir others. Lillian Heilman author of a the children a hour a is in Hollywood working on the screen adaptation of a the dark of jewish fraternity leads at Indiana u. Bloomington the Sigma Alpha my fraternity jewish social groups led All student groups at Indiana University Here last semester in scholarship with a 2.0268 average. The Sigma Alpha my fraternity is one in More than fifty organizations competing for the highest Grade rating on the Campus. Sigma Alpha my fraternity has chapters at leading universities in Al parts of the Post phones now at your service the jewish pot now maintain four Telephone alway at the service of Reader and advertiser. They Are a follow editorial office a Cherry 4385 business office a Cherry 6633 downtown office Riley 5944 night phone a. 3746-r personal social and club notice should be delivered to the editorial office 2101 East Washington Street Cherry 4385, before 8 p. M., on thursday. Annual father son event to be held at Kirshbaum sunday menus club by Nai by Rith and brotherhood to assist a c. C. it Are elected for jewish federation seven directors were elected at the annual meeting of the jewish federation monday evening at the Kirsh Baum Community Center. They Are Walter e. Wolf or. R. A. Solomon Ben x. Cohen Ernest Cohn m c. Fur Scott sol Goldsmith and i. F. Kahn. Reports were made by or. Harry a. Jacobs president Jackiel w Joseph treasurer and h. Joseph Hyman executive director. Samuel a. Goldsmith executive director of jewish charities at Chicago spoke. Of 100 attend jewish student s Union meeting in Bloomington Bloomington ind., special one Hundred students attended the meeting of the Indiana University jewish students Union in the Union building last tuesday night. The guest speaker was rabbi Weingart of fort Wayne who discussed the life of Moses Maimonides. He stressed the philosophical rabbinical and scientific works of the eminent jewish Sage. Harry Alpert of Indianapolis is president of the jewish students Union. Other officers Are Irv Lewin of Gary vice president Sarah Goodman of East Chicago treasurer Ruth Goldberg of Laporte recording Secretary Dorothy Hassan of fort Wayne corresponding Secretary and Ruth Dorman of Indianapolis publicity director. 0-�?ono kidding a Hollywood cal., Paramount studios Story department Here received a letter recently stating a a in a just a Plain citizen of Wilkes Barre but Sam Hoffenstein Louis Weitzen Kom and Herman Mankie Wicz came from Here so in a sending you an idea for a film. Why not make a musical based on the life of Irving Berlin. If you decide to do this Send me a someone at Paramount wrote Back a we May use the idea and thanks. We wont Send you a Check but Well Send you Hoffenstein Weitzen Kom and Mankiewicz. Of i have no hatred for jews a Dreiser new York Sta a the question whether Theodore Dreiser is anti semitic which has created much discussion since the publication several weeks ago of a letter by the novelist criticizing the jews has been answered by himself in the negative. A i have no hatred for the jew and nothing to do with Hitler or fascism a says Dreiser in a statement in last weeks Issue of the new masses. Dreiser a statement was made As the result of an interview with representatives of the new masses and a further discussion in the magazines office. An editorial in the Magazine expresses dissatisfaction with Dreiser a statement but voices the Hope that gain his traditional place As a fighter he will not find it impossible to a Reform human Dreiser a statement said in part a i make a distinction Between classes. I draw a distinction Between the jewish worker and the jewish exploiter. Everybody knows that i am an anti capitalist. I identify the interests of the jewish workers with the interests of All other workers. If my letters Are used by the nazis As propaganda i repudiate such use. I have no hatred for the jew and nothing to do with Hitler or record breaking crowd anticipated for affair Al Feeney to speak on sunday afternoon at 3 30, the Long awaited fathers and sons Day will take place in Kirshbaum Center. This event which has become an annual institution because of the great enjoyment it provides and the spirit in which it is Given is again being sponsored by the by Nai by Rith the Beth Al menus club the Indianapolis hebrew congregation brotherhood and the jewish Community Center association. Advance reservations have broken All previous records and includes that a new attendance figure will be set this year. A splendid program has been arranged and a wide variety of contests Between dads and lads will be held in the gymnasium. Valuable prizes which have been on display at the Center during the past week will be awarded to the winners. A special feature of the afternoon program will be an exhibition by students of the Normal College of the american gymnastic Union. Mrs. Rosenberg Heads supper committee at 6 00 p. Supper will be served mrs. David Rosenberg is chairman of the supper committee the committee promises each dad and son a real treat. During the supper and afterwards Rufus Isaacs will Lead the group in singing songs especially prepared for fathers and sons Day by Isidore Feibleman talks by a father and his son will be delivered by Joseph Bloch and his son Jimmy who vill respond in a novel and unusual manner. David Sablosky general chairman and toastmaster will introduce a1 Feeney of the state safety department athletic and sports commentator who will give the chief address of the evening. Feeney will also award the prizes to the winners of the contests. A talk and sketches by Russel Berg Indianapolis times cartoonist and presentation of the Joseph m. Bassler and Jerome Hammerman swimming trophies will Complete the program. Committee name following is a list of committees which have helped to plan the gala occasion afternoon program Jerry Wachter and Herman Chalfie co chairman Max klezmer Earl Coplyn Samuel Beck Sam Rose or. Philip Calendar David Herman Rudolph Schrieber Leo n e t z o r a George Samson Edgar Fassburg sol Blumenthal Julian Bamberger John Efroymson and Floyd Beitman. Evening program or. Louis Segar and Richard Efroymson co chairmen Julius medias or. Louis Rosenstein Robert Seidel and Sam mantel. Prizes David Lipp and Sidney Romer co chairmen Phil stepper Maurice Tavel and William Schloss. Hospitality and arrangements Dave Herman and George Frank co chairmen Julian Schwab Jacob Weiss Louis Traugott or. Lee Greenberg. Reservations a Ezra Weiss Earl Coplon Max klezmer and Ruby Glick. Supper mrs. David Rosenberg chairman mrs. Irving Rice Vic chairman mrs. Sultan Cohen mrs. Anna Shaw. Mrs. Abe Unger mrs. Aaron Unger mrs. Sidney Romer mrs. Dave Sablosky mrs. Sam Dorf Man mrs. S. J. Sternberger mrs. Rub Glick mrs. George Frank mrs. Manual Freeman mrs. Julius Weiss Man mrs. Otto Diamond mrs. Harry Jacobs mrs. L. Markun mrs. A. Bloom and mrs. Dee. David Sablosky is general chairman for this affair. Max Einstandig and Allan Bloom Are sex offi Cio members of All Heads welfare fund drive Campaign to be held from May 16 to 25 bentw1ch to be Here Clarence w. Efroymson has accepted the Post of chairman of the 1935 jewish welfare fund Campaign. The annual drive for funds will be held May 16th to the 25th. Assisting Efroymson will be the following honorary chairmen g. A. Efroymson j. A. Goodman Charles b. Sommers and Louis Wolf. Samuel Mueller treasurer of the permanent fund organization will serve As treasurer of the Campaign. President Joseph m. Bloch of the fund has been appointed to the chairmanship of the special gifts division. Samuel a. Frommer is chairman of publicity and Leo Kaminsky chairman of the speakers Bureau. Five division chairmen will direct the Active work of solicitation. They will appoint captains and Aid in organizing team personnel. These chairmen Are Leonard a. Strauss William p. Meyers David Sablosky s. Carroll Kahn and Eli Schloss. Or. Goodman Heads women mrs. J. A. Goodman has accepted the chairmanship of the women a division. A Junior division has also been organized with miss Louise Jaeger As Charman assisted by the following executive committee miss Helen Borinstein miss Lena Brodsky miss Marion Scharr miss Dorothy Foreman and Max Einstandig. On thursday evening May 16th, professor Norman Nentwich former attorney general of Palestine through appointment of High commissioner sir Herbert Samuel will address an audience of Campaign workers and special gift subscribers at the Broadmoor country club. Professor Nentwich was educated at Cambridge University and was a barrister in London until 1912, when he entered the British civil service. During the War he joined the British army in Egypt and served in the Palestine Campaign emerging from the conflict with the military Cross and the rank of in Mexico Send out sos anti semitic acts reaching High level by Nai by Rith convention to attract world jewish leaders rabbi Simon to open meeting sunday in Washington d. . Jacobs to speak at Oneg Shabbath mrs. Harry b. Jacobs will speak at the final Hadassah Oneg Shabbath to be held this saturday May 4 at the Home of mrs. J. Solotkin 5114 Washington blvd., mrs. Jacobs i 1 discuss outstanding jewish women. Current events will be offered by mrs. H. Grande and miss Sally Maurer will sing. She will also Lead the group in singing. Members and friends of Hadassah Are invited to attend this program which will begin at 2 30 in the Gamma Phi elects Granowsky David Granowsky was elected president of the Chi Gamma Phi fraternity at the election held Here this week. Other officers chosen were manual Segal vice president Ben Sachs Secretary and Morris Fisher treasurer. Plans Are now being made for the Semi annual banquet and installation of officers to be held on a May 19 students honoured at Butler at the annual Honor Day exercises held at Butler University Here this week the following jewish students were included Joseph Bloch Joseph Calderon David Silver Honor Roll students in the College of Liberal arts and Morris Riskin and Joseph Bloch elected to Phi Eta Sigma Scholastic Honor society. Joseph Calderon was among the debtors to receive close sessions at Marion Mexico City Sta a an s. 0. S. From the jewish Community of Hermosillo in the province of Sonora was received Here by jewish leaders and made Public in the jewish press this week. The Appeal relates that in Hermos in of anti semitic activities Are assuming dangerous proportions for the entire jewish population. Anti jewish propaganda is being conducted by a group of individuals mexican merchants who wish to get rid of jewish competitors. This group has succeeded in winning the support of the local chamber of Commerce. Jewish Boycott on in addition to a Resolution adopted by the chamber of Commerce obligating its members to Boycott jewish firms an official announcement was also issued by the chamber that those members who do not support the anti jewish Boycott will be expelled. The governor of Hermosillo in an Effort to help the anti jewish merchants in their plans to get rid of the jews has raised the tax rates for jewish merchants Only. Jewish firms Are compelled by the governor to pay twice As much in taxes As non jews. A warning was issued by the anti jewish merchants to the jews of Hermosillo that if they do not leave the town voluntarily a direct measures will be taken to Force them out. Haifa Sta a refusing to be tried by a jewish judge 31 Arab bedouins demonstratively left the court last Friday where they were summoned for trespassing on the land regulations. The jewish judge magistrate har Kawi preferred not to take action against them. However they were immediately sentenced by an Arab judge for contempt of court. Sixteen of the bedouins were fined $25 each or fifteen Days imprisonment. Marion ind., the annual meeting of the Indiana federation of Temple sisterhood closed Here thursday afternoon with an address by rabbi Albert Shulman South Bend. More than 100 women from Indianapolis it. Wayne and South Bend attended. A How to meet intolerance with tolerance a was the subject of Sev ral talks. This subject was discussed by rabbi s. Markowitz it. Wayne. Speakers wednesday night were mrs. Isaac born and Clarence Efroymson Indianapolis. Mrs. Born explained the work being done by the sisterhood and told of several plans used to raise Money for the hebrew Union scholarships which Are used to educate Young men to become rabbis. Efroymson who has studied in Austria and Palestine gave his impressions of jewish life in the two countries and said a modern jewry is transplanting life from dying mrs. Jane Evans Cincinnati Secretary of the National federation discussed the work of the National organization. Indianapolis women elected at convention special to the jewish pot Marion ind., in a meeting of the Indiana state federation of Temple Shter Hood Here lat thursday or. Lac born a reelected honorary president of the group. Other officer Choen were or. B. A. Edlavitch of it. Wayne president or. Harry Levin of Terre haute and or. Harry Jacobs of Indianapolis vice presidents mrs. Lester Jacob of it. Wayne Secretary and mrs. Abe Ottenheimer of Hammond treasurer. New directors elected were mrs. Harry Kahn of Gary mrs. H. R. Pazel of Muncie and mrs. L. R. Markun of Indianapolis. It. Wayne a the City chosen for next years meet. Jewish War veterans to participate in exercises Borinstein to report by jewish telegraphic Agency Washington d. jews in the United states Canada and Europe will gather Here for the opening of the by Nai by Rith quinquennial convention which will continue until May 8th. The convention proper will open May 5, with an invocation by or. A Ham Simon of the Washington hebrew congregation following which there will be an address of Welcome by a representative of the government of the District of Columbia and Abe Shefferman president of District grand Lodge no. 5, and Alfred l. Bennett president of Argo Lodge of Washington. Following luncheon and a sightseeing trip around the City the delegates will journey to Arlington where a Wreath will be placed on the Tomb of the unknown Soldier by officers of the Constitution grand Lodge of the by Nai by Rith. Members of the jewish War veterans will participate in colourful military exercises. A plaque will be dedicated at Arlington in Honor of Amer can a War dead. L. J. Borinstein to report the business sessions of the convention will get under Way May 6. Most of the morning session will be occupied with reports to be Given by Sigmund Livingston president erf the anti defamation league or. Abram l. Sachar who will report on the work of the Hillel foundation Samuel Bieber who will report on the a. Z. A. And Louis j. Borinstein who will report on the wider scope fund raising. A detailed account of the work of the Washington Bureau of by Nai by Rith will be Given by m. D. Rosenberg. Sidney g. Kusworm s scheduled to report on americanization activities of the order. The convention banquet will be held on the evening of May 6. Joseph w. Byrns speaker of the House of representatives will deliver the principal address. When the by Nai by Rith convention was last held in Washington in 1910, president Taft and speaker Joe Cannon were the Honor guests. In addition to speaker Byrns others who will address the banquet include m. Gordon Liverman prominent English jew who is president of the District Lodge no. 15, of England and Alfred m. Cohen International president of by Nai by Rith. The business session of the convention will continue on May 7. The featured speaker will be Rev. S. Parkes Cadman new York Liberal preacher who will talk on a Good election of officers is scheduled for May 8, when the convention will close. Plans and arrangements for the convention Are in charge of a committee headed by Harry Viner a member of Argo Lodge. Many of the delegates to the convention Are expected to bring wives and arrangements Are being made to entertain women. Popular radio Singer returns to Rabbinate new York rabbi Abraham l. Feinberg a graduate of the hebrew Union College of Cincinnati who resigned from Temple Israel new York five years ago and has not been Active in the ministry since has been called to occupy the pulpit of it. Nebo congregation it was announced this week by Edward r. Cohn president of the congregation. In recent years rabbi Feinberg has gained much prominence As a radio Singer. On the air he was known As a Anthony o 0 o

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