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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 3, 1957, Indianapolis, IndianaOsam v quoth you let the people know they can act Intelli 1 1 via 15c per copy h per Yea the wish i a Pinion shed weekly second class mall privileges authorized at Indianapolis Indiana. Application for additional entry at new York new York is pending volume Xii no. 36 a foreign at fair. A Hill 24 does no to answer is the Story of an israeli girls love for a rebellious irishman who joins the israeli partisans representing a unique International collaboration. The Story develops at the height of israelis War of Independence. Haya Harar it Star of the film is a Sabra who won the Best actress prize at the Cannes film festival in France. The movie will be shown at the zionist districts Celebration of israelis anniversary on sunday night at Beth Al Temple. Doctors gather to hear editor men who knew suffering firsthand and what it meant to save a life gathered to hear How world jewry is trying to save the lives of 100.000 desperate men. Women and children this year. The dentists and doctors division of the jewish welfare federation Campaign met last sunday at the Home of or. A. Ebner Blatt. 5330 n. Illinois. Cosponsoring the meeting with or. Blatt were doctors Ben Fisher. Riving Rosenbaum and Morris Stoner. The group heard reports on local National and overseas needs from Samuel Kroot federation president David Cook. Trades and professions divisions chairman and Milton k. Sus Man editor of the jewish criterion of Pittsburgh. Editor Susman gave an on the spot Newspaperman a report on conditions in Israel. North Africa and Europe. Largest plane usual Lydda Airport. Israel air France has started flying a Constellation super g Airliner the largest plane Ever landed at this Airport Between Here and new York. Top position open if you Are a typist who would like to grow into the Job of assistant to the publisher we have a Good opening leading to a top position. Call or write Gabriel Cohen. Or Irose 4-1307 the National jewish Post and opinion 546 South Meridian Street Post office Box 1634 Indianapolis 6. Indiana speaker and movie will spark Israel Independence fete sunday a Uja speaker and an israeli film will spark the City a Celebration of israelis ninth anniversary of Independence. The Indianapolis zionist District will sponsor a Community wide program at 8 . Sunday May 5, at Beth Al Temple. Isaac Paul Philadelphia Community Leader and United jewish Appeal speaker will give an address. He has recently returned from Israel. In. Charge of the affair Are Isaiah Adler Joe Cohen and rabbi Morr Feldman. In charge of decoration Are Rose Solinsky add Julius Marx. Admission is $1. Children and teenagers will be admitted free. Featured on the program will be the first film Ever to be produced entirely in Israel. A Hill 24 does no to answer a was chosen As one of the 10 Best pictures of the year by the new York Post. A Hill 24�?� is the absorbing Story of israelis fight for Independence in 1948, Side lighted by a strange love Story of a Beautiful israeli girl and a rebellious redheaded irishman who fought to win her love. Also israeli songs and dances will be performed by members of Young Judaea under the supervision of miss Katie Stein Berger miss Marilyn Prince and miss Esther Ewen. President of the Indianapolis zionist District is Lewis Levy. Women s pledges show increase a total of $60,984 in pledges have been reported at the end of april by the women a division co chairmen of the federation Campaign Mes. Charles p. Efroymson and Max Selig. The regular fund received $44,563.50, an 8 per cent increase and the special emergency fund accounted for $16,420.50, an 80 per cent increase Over last year. The combined gifts show. An increase of 21 or cent Over the same 314 cards in 1956. Federation Campaign builds up to Climax the final phase of the jewish welfare federation 1957 Campaign went into operation this week with 250 workers covering the entire jewish Community. Workers met at a giant rally last tuesday night in the Broadmoor for instructions by mrs. Manuel s. Cassen chairman of general solicitations and her 10 co chairmen. Pledge cards were distributed and workers were asked to cover them by tuesday May 7 and turn them in at a report a a meeting in the Beth elves charge of a total of 2.30 to workers mrs. David Abra workers. Ham. Mrs. Jack i. Cohen mis. The following Are the teams mrs. Leon Calderon co try Between 8 and 10 p. M. The organizational plan which also was used last year chairman mrs. Abe Bortz Capr. Again workers miss Benita Bortz. Consists of five captains for each a chairman. Each Captain is responsible for the supervision of Libby Smulyan. Five workers. The 50 captains Are Captain mrs. William Butch Robert Klein mrs. David Profeta and mrs. Mike Yosha. Captain miss Ann Calderon miss Carol Franth Don Leffel workers by Calderon miss lil mrs. Meyer Satinsky and miss Jan Landy Abe of engender continued on Back Page a operation heartbeat a was the theme of the general solicitations division workers rally tuesday night april 30. Ai the Broadmoor country club. Bordering the speakers table is a Banner quoting the words of israeli foreign minister Golda Meir a history is knocking at our hearts demanding an to faking part in the meeting were it left to right David Fogle mrs. Fogle mrs. De Reich de Reich mrs. Lewis Levy s. Robert Abrahami guest speaker Reuben Shevitz mrs. Manuel s. Cassen chairman mrs. Shevitz and mrs. B. J. Kabacker s. Robert Abrahami israeli industrialist told the jewish welfare federation workers that the resettlement problem was strictly a jewish one and the Job will not end until jews in trouble zones around the world Are picked up and resettled. A Sun fuss we do this Job ourselves it will not to done a he declared. He predicted massacres in the tension regions during the year unless jews Are removed quickly. A upon each and every one of you rests the responsibility of raising the funds so that jewish life can Indiana edition Friday May 3, 1957 Isaac Paul Community Leader open your hearts
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