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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 9, 1947, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana edition of Tes Post 10c per copy $4.00 per year if Yon Lei the i. It nou they can act intelligently Friday May 9, 1947 Friday May 9, 1947 entered u second cd am Mattei not t. I94& at it a poet of be it Indianapolis ind Ander tue Sci of March a 187�__meeting tuesday opens women a drive a a t. A scrap division records remarkable increase Over �?T46second meeting of drive shows gain of 170% thirteen contributions at the scrap division meeting held last monday night added $18,100 in new pledges to the Indianapolis jewish welfare fund Campaign for $1,500,000, bringing the total raised to Date to approximately $168,000, or about 15 per cent of the Campaign goal. Monday nights pledges represent a 170% increase Over the $6,500 Given by the same contributors in 1946. With a number of pledges in the division still to be solicited the scrap division on a partial return has already contributed Over $42.000 As against $17,600 last year or 140 per cent above 1946. The general trend of increased giving which has marked the drive to Date May be noted in the following examples of contributions made last monday night Ben Cohen raised his 1946 gift from $2,000 to $5,000 Fred Fishman from $400 to $1,000 Max Soli g from $600 to $1,500 j. Kasle and son from $600 to $3,200 Kroot and son from $500 to $1,000 Bert Sicanoff and son from $2,000 to $4,500 Hyman Grande from $700 to $1,000. Two new gifts to the fund one for $1,500, and the other for $2,000, were received from the group. Speaking at the meeting mrs. Eleanor Abrams of new York said Quot there never was a generation upon whom so much depended As the present she characterized jewry today As the Quot victims of the worst political treachery Ever perpetrated on the Quot our people Are worse off than they have Ever been before Quot she said. She pointed out that even in the . Camps on the very soil on which the jewish people were decimated 600 to 700 babies Are being borne each by Rith to elect tuesday joint installation May 20 the annual election of officers of Indianapolis by Nai by Rith will be held at the Lodge Hall 709 East 38th Street at 8 p. M., tuesday. Candidates submitted by the nominating committee include Charles s. Kaufman president Alvin l. Cohen first vice president Charles b. Feibleman second vice president or. Ebner Blatt third vice president Merrill Cohen financial Secretary or. Irving Lin Derman recording Secretary. Henry Blatt Isidore Feibleman and Max Katz honorary trustees. Chaplain William m. Meyers. Nominated As trustees and members of the executive committee <8 to be elected Are her Bert Backer Joseph Bassler Floyd Beitman Joseph Celender Jack b. Dee Jack Efroymson Fritz Goldbach Bernard Givant Julian a. Kiser Sidney Mahalo Witz Robert Netzorg Samuel Pakhter Sydney Romer and Julius Sagalowsky. Reports will be Given on the work and activities of the Lodge and a social hour will follow. Kuby awarded Bronze Star special Michigan City the Bronze Star medal for heroism in action during the Battle of the Hurtgen Forest was awarded last week to Burton k. Ruby vice president of Hoosier factories inc. Ruby also holds five Battle stars the combat infantryman badge and the presidential citation with Oak Leaf Cluster installation will be held by the menus and women a lodges at the Broadmoor country club tuesday May 20, when a summer setting will be the background for the joint ceremony. Sidney Kusworm. Treasurer of the supreme grand Lodge will be the guest speaker. Members of the by Nai by Rith women to be installed Are mrs. Manuel Cassen re elected president mrs. Harold Lewis first vice president mrs. Sanders Glein second vice president mrs. A1 Hindin third vice president mrs. Sol Fogle corresponding Secretary mrs. Herbert Backer recording Secretary mrs. Nat Smith assistant recording Secretary mrs. Joseph Methlman financial Secretary mrs. I. Caplan assistant financial Secretary mrs. David Klain treasurer mrs. Joseph Klein assistant treasurer mrs. Jacob Fogle Counselor miss Gertrude Feibleman parliamentarian the mesdames Phil Fich Man Max Farb Jack Kammins William Meyers Charles Efroymson Leon Levin Richard Efroymson Alexander Bell Michael Kline Norman Becker Max Gelman Louis Lubow Victor Teixler Louis Kahn and Harold i. Platt trustees. Mrs. Platt will install the women and Isidore Feibleman will install the men. Reservations maybe made by calling the by Nai by Rith Lodge rooms a. 3720. W Elfare fund speaker William Rose Walri National chairman of the United jewish Appeal vice chairman of the joint distribution committee honorary president of the United service for new americas and Secretary of the United jewish Appeal of greater new York will be the principal speaker at a meeting of the Indianapolis jewish welfare fund monday night at the Broadmoor country club. Beth Al sisterhood to install officers new officers of the Beth Al Zedeck sisterhood will be installed at the closing meeting of the season a luncheon to be held monday in the synagogue vestry. Rabbi William p. Greenfeld will install the officers with mrs. Abe Kulwin and mrs. David Hollander As marshals. A musical program and mothers Day feature will be presented by mrs. Abe Goldstein mrs. Hyman Grande and or. Evelyn Berger. Mrs. A. Arthur Schwartz will give the invocation and mrs. Robert Greenberg the Benediction. Reservations May be made by calling mrs. Abe Borin. Tent Pip sisterhood to install net officers monday at losing luncheon meeting of season at Broadmoor mrs. Sydney l. James will be installed As president of the Temple sisterhood of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation at the closing meeting of the season a luncheon at 12 30 p. Monday at the Broadmoor country club. Mrs. Bernard Rosenak will be installed As vice president. Others who will be installed at the same time include mrs. Harry Levin second vice president mrs. Arthur Cassell recording Secretary mrs. Mort Asher treasurer mrs. I. E Solomon assistant treasurer mrs. Hugo Strauss financial Secretary and mrs. Gabe Wagman assistant financial Secretary. Three new directors who have been chosen for three year terms Are mrs. H. B. Marks mrs. Walter Lichtenstein and mrs. Marc Frank. The luncheon and installation will be followed by a Short program. Ruth Spencer will give an original humorous Reading a the reflections of a Florida hotel hostess. The Cost of the luncheon will be $1.65 per plate and reservations May be made by calling the Temple or mrs. Philip Leader to address Community luncheon at Murat mrs. Leon Falk jr., of Pittsburgh widely known nationally in jewish philanthropic circles will be guest speaker at the women a division luncheon tuesday at the Murat Temple to which All jewish women in the Community have been invited. Mrs. Falk formerly was a member of the executive committee of the National United jewish Appeal women a division and was recently named one of the vice chairmen of the women a division. Last year she was chairman of the United jewish fund of Pittsburgh a women a division and she is serving As chairman of the special gifts committee this year. She also is Active in jewish affairs in Pittsburgh. In the Vanguard of solicitation this year the women a division with a quota of $115,000, already has set up its team organization and will Start Active City wide solicitation next week. Captains and teams announced by co chairmen mrs. Victor Gold Berg and mrs. Lewis Levy Are As follow team no. 1, mrs. Herbert Calendar Captain members Are the mesdames Herbert Backer Arthur Jacobs David Tavel Ralph Cole Allen Goldstein Allison Falender David Baerncopf James Cary William Deckelbaum William Meyers jr., and Harry Traugott mrs. William Schloss and mrs. Morris l. Jacobs Are co captains of team 2, which includes the mesdames Robert Efroymson Allen Kahn Leonard Solomon Louis Lurie Julian Bamberger Victor Teixler Simon Ackerman Richard Efroymson Mark Frank Henry silvers Louis Jaeger Bernard Rosenak Arthur Cassell Mark Cohen. Godfrey Lefton Alfred Ackerman Harry Fogle Morton Wolman s. Prager and miss Lois Letzter. Team no. 3 is co captained by miss Florence Goldberg and mrs. Lou Leventhal. Members Are the mesdames Sidney James Sam Wolf Sam Sui Otkin Oscar Alpert Bert Goldberg Harry Berke Ferd born Bernard Kabacker a1 Levinson s. A. Silberman Ebner Blatt m. Sperling Joe Epstein Abe Gelman Dave Lipp Harry Hornstein. Ell Coplan and Ben Cohen. Team no. 4 co captains Are mrs. Walter Lichtenstein and mrs. Jack Efroymson. Members of the team Are the mesdames Jack Kammins Burt Kohn Benjamin Fisher Liebert Mossier Helen Engelberg Merrill Cohen Leon Hecht Charles Kauffman Leon Engel Ben Winston Sam Abels Phil Fichman Marvin Lasky Gabriel Schuchman and Edward Goodman. Mrs. Jack Maurer and mrs. Max Farb Are co captains of team no. 5. Members of this team Are the mesdames Ben Blieden Joe Bumstein Morris Rothbard Stanley Rammelsberg Julius Maurer Jack Klapper Hyman Brosman Max Sattinger Lester Schatz sol Oppenheim and Morris regenstrief. Team no. 6 co captains Are mrs. Richard Glasser and mrs. Harold Stolkin. Members Are the mesdames Marvin Sablosky Sam Chemin Morris Weinberg David Tavel Robert Kahn Robert h Marks Marcus Feinberg Leo Netzorg Alex Greenberg Robert Deutch Jack Larman Jerome Jacobs and Sam j. Sax. Heading team no. 7 Are mrs. Joseph Rothbard and mrs. William Berman. Team members Are the mesdames Gabe Wagman Ben Domont Marvin Farber Marcus Cohen Maurel Rothbaum Whitney Greenberg Milton Law and the misses Joan Atlas Helene born Stein and Toby Sachs. Mrs. Martin Larner is Captain of team 8 whose members Are the mesdames Irwin Katz Jacob Axelrod Joseph Bassler Louis Lubow Frank Barnett Irving Tamler Phillip Falender Ruby Gians Man Max Refkin Paul Goldstein and Leon Levi. Mrs. Louis Greenberg and mrs. Edgar Fassburg Are co captains of team no. 9. Team members Are the mesdames Milton Siegal. Herbert Sudranski Herschel Goodman Morris Spasser Joseph Zuerker Norman Becker Theodore medias sol Friedland and the misses Anne Fink and Frieda Gold. Mrs. David Hollander is Captain of team no. 10. Her team consists of the mesdames David Dobrowitz Sidney Shane Joseph Weinfeld Max Sussman Leo klezmer Harold Goldberg Nathan Resnick Robert Hollander Sam Dock Meyer Gallin Morris Olshan Harry a. Cohen Ben Ehrlich and Mark Klain. Mrs. Louis Rappaport and mrs. Aaron Unger Are co captains of team no. 11. Workers on this team Are the mesdames Abe wides. Leo Miroff Maurice atlass Aaron Glick George Samson Norton Fishbein Julian Freeman Alexander Bell William b. Miller and Louis Stillerman. Mrs. Norman Abrams is Captain of team no. 12. Team members Are the mesdames h. F. Grande Harry Alpert Aaron Arnold Arthur Schwartz Abe Kulwin Abe Max Lester Engel Ben Paller Sam j. Dobrowitz Kelly Levitt and Melvin Lichtenberg. Captain of team no. 13 is mrs. Abe Miller. Members of her team Are the mesdames Manuel Leve Max Schreier Ben Prince. Myro Glass Sam Fisher David Cohn Harry Zuckerberg Leon Frisch Izzie passo and Maurice Epstein. Team no. 14 co captains arc mrs. Saul Hoffman and mrs. Joseph Rubin. Team members Are the mesdames a1 Morris Max Levy William Safrin Morris Glazier Sam Bunes Sam Rosenblatt Jean Sham. David Glazier and Samuel Fox. Mrs. Marshall Sherman and mis. L. L. Goodman head team

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