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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 10, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana7/ you let the people know they can act intelligent 15c per copy $5 per year he�ss5ewislli Arn t or. Ahvh8it 31vxs mtg d and opinion Indiana edition Friday May 10, 1957 second class mall privileges authorized at Indianapolis Indiana. Application for additional entry at new York new York is pending volume Xii a no. 37 Jea slate of officers to be presented May 22 a proposed slate of officers and Board members will be presented to the jewish educational association directors at the boards annual meeting at 8 p. M. Wednesday May 22, in the Jea building 3456 Central Avenue. Officers nominated Are David Hollander president Isadore Katz Gus Domont and Jack Nelson vice presidents Ben Prince Secretary and or. Abe Max treasurer. Board members nominated for a three year term Are Lester Budd or. Mortimer Mann or. Abe Max Albert Reuben Harry Schuchman and Bernard stroy Mann. Honorary Board members to serve for another year Are Gabriel Cohen mrs. Rachel Domont Edward m. Dayan Julian Freeman Lipot Frankovitz Philip Grenwald. Harry Joseph Ben Prince George Samson Bert Sicanoff. Judge Saul i. Rabb Sam Ziffrin Abe wides Jack Kammins. Jacob Solotkin Aaron Unger Abe j. Miller and Alex Katz. Additional Board members Are Jack Nelson Robert Dorman Shoolem Ettinger Manuel Leve Isadore Katz Lewis Levy Joseph Fogel Leo Selig Gus Domont Manuel Segal Morris Goodman and Irving Linderman. The nominating committee con a m David Hollander vote of Confidence listed of Jack Nelson chairman Lester Budd Gus Domont Isadore Katz Ben Prince and Albert Reuben. Edward m. Dayan is honorary president of the association. Beth i sisterhood to install on monday mrs. Morris Feldman will conduct the ceremony when new officers of Beth i Zedeck sisterhood will be installed at 12 30 . Monday May 13, in the vestry. The sisterhood a closing luncheon will precede the installation program. Proceeds will go to the torah scholarship fund to enable students to study at the jewish theological Seminary. Price of the luncheon arranged by mrs. Abe Borin is $1.75. For reservations Call mrs. Robert k r o o to. 5-5572, or the Temple office at via 6-33s9. Julian Freeman building c o m m i t t e e chairman will explain and Freeman mrs. Jack Wormser recording Secretary and her assistant mrs. Eugene Zuckerman mrs. Sophia Cohen treasurer and her assistant mrs. Robert Kroot mrs. Martin Siegel financial Secretary. And her assistant mrs. Sam Roth. Members elected to the Board include Mes. Leonard Berkowitz Lyman Brosman Albert Shane n. Regenstreif Joe Budnick Morris Nahmias Jack Nelson. Also Mes. Wolford Bryan Joseph Albert Meyer Sachs Leo demonstrate plans for the future Selig Oscar Zaft Louis Leffel. Synagogue Structure. He will use a Ruben Riskin Abe Goldstein Edgar Siegal. Also Mes. Abe Borin Louis Goldstein. David Goldstein. Meyer Sagalowsky Abe Max m. Zuckerman Robert Schwab. Phil Levan. Members appointed to the Man mrs. Harold Lewis and mrs. Edward Kaufman vice president religious school and co chairman mrs. J. Maurer. Also mrs. Abe Zuckerman. Corresponding Secretary and her assistant mrs. Harry Touchman projected slides in his talk. The following members will be installed mrs. Albert Kel be n. President mrs. Harry Alpert vice president t program it and co chairman mis. Manuel Segal Board Are Mes. Howard Bau mrs Harry Schuchman. Vice Man Abe Becker Irving Gold president membership and co Man David Klain Robert hol chairman mrs. H. Rappaport Lander. Amiel Gelb Ivan Chalfie mrs. Arthur Sachs vice president and Aaron Click. Was and mean Sand co chair Central jewish youth Central jewish youth of the Central hebrew congregation will elect new officers sunday May 19, at the synagogue. Installation will be held on the week end of May 26-27. For 13. Jewish women in health drive Many members of the Indianapolis Section of National Council of jewish women have volunteered to help in the May Campaign for contributions to the Marion county association mental health. Beginning monday May a door to door collection will be made. Bluebell Bookmarks made by Central state Hospital patients will be sold at Booths in downtown department stores. On May 16, 17 and 18, High school students will sell Bluebell seeds on downtown streets and in neighbourhood centers. Mrs. Floyd Beitman is chairman of the bookmark Sale co chairman of Ward 21 in the residential Campaign and a major in the Industrial and business gift solicitation. Manning bookmark Booths will be the following members of the Council of jewish women Mes. Manuel Freeman Irving Freeman Richard perk g. W. Oakley Nat Smith and Martin Kochman. Among Ward 21 team captains Are mrs. Stanley Talesnick and mrs. Robert Lavin. Mrs. Wolf Sussman is we orking with a group Active in special gifts solicitation. Prominent in the group of men working on the Industrial and commercial gift committee of the mental health Campaign Are the following Jack Jaffe Robert Kahn Robert Romer Robert Rose Arthur Barrett Herbert Barrett. William Barrett Arnold Marx Jack Joseph Paul Goldstein Edward Cohen and Alvin Raphael. It is hoped that $100.000 will be raised for research and rehabilitation in the Field of mental illness the biggest health problem in the country today. Hillel members for Uja drive Bloomington a Marian Piser. Sophomore trom South Bend has been named to head this years United jewish Appeal drive at the Indiana University by Nai by Rith Hillel foundation. A pre Campaign rally at 6 30 . Sunday May 12, at Hillel House 730 e. Third st., Bloomington will be addressed by Victor Perry Urcla graduate and former foreign correspondent for american broadcasting company. He will discuss the world refugee problem. There will be solicitation of funds at this lecture. Appointments have been made for rabbi David Raab of Terre Hautess United hebrew congregation and Robert Gordon in Diana regional director of anti defamation league of by Nai by Rith to address various jewish fraternities and sororities on monday. May 13, hiring rhe supper hour. Federation drive at half Way Mark with $425,700 a we Are still far from the sum we set out to raise a declared Sam s. Schahet general Campaign chairman of the jewish welfare federation As he announced the amount received so far. As of monday May 6, Schahet reported that a total of $425,700 had been pledged. The goal is $800,000. A if the Job is to be done that needs to be done a Schahet stated a it will require greatly intensified efforts on the part of our Volunteer workers plus substantial increases by Robert b. Stolkin special gifts chairman said that his group had raised $328,333. Trades and professions group chairman of which is David Cook has reported a total of $22,668 for a 61 per cent increase above last year setting the Pace for the Campaign. Women a division with mrs. Charles p. Efroymson and mrs. Max Selig As co chairmen reported $60,349. Said Schahet a we would like to see the drive completed As quickly As possible. Past experience has proved that neither hot weather nor a Long draw out Campaign is conducive to successful fund raising efforts. A a a e urge All workers to clean up the remaining cards in their hands so we can get a Complete report this the campaigns goal was set for $800,000. This included $400,000 for regular federation needs plus an additional $400,000 for emergency Rescue funds. Mrs. Spiegel to install inc sisterhood officers mrs. Charles h. Spiegal a past president of the Indiana federation of Temple sisterhood will install Indianapolis hebrew congregation Temple sisterhood officers at a closing luncheon at 12 30 p. M. Monday May 13, at Broadmoor country club mrs. Charles Fisch w ill be installed As the new president. Mrs. Marvin Sablosky the out going president will pay tribute Mes. Simon Ackerman. Morris to All chairmen of the past year Rothbard it Benjamin Senn and whom she visually. Will Honor Indi Robert finn. Two year directors others to be installed Are Are Mes Louis sen in Jose Homes. Herbert Backer Donald Engelberg. Louis Fink and David Richards and Rober Romer vice 00 a presidents mrs. Richard Glasser opening prayer will be by recording Secretary mrs. Gus mrs. Sidney James closing Rosen assistant recording Secre prayer by mrs. Ebner Blatt. Tary mrs. Fred Falender Cor mrs. Spiegal is also a past responding Secretary mrs. Sol president of both the Anderson Blickman treasurer mrs. Wil and Marion sisterhood Liam Frank assistant treasurer for reservations for the lunch mrs. Robert Levin financial Sec Eon $2.50 including tip Call mrs. Rotary and mrs. Edward Reich Robert Fischer cd 1-2357 mrs assistant financial Secretary. Frank Goldsmith cd 1-7861 or new four year directors Are mrs. Harry Stokes at 3-4153. Community landmark fades away Miller s restaurant has closed shop a landmark of the jew ish Community closed last saturday when Millers restaurant 135 w. Market st., ended a 17-year stay at the address. The property has been leased by blocks. The familiar restaurant where mom and Abe Miller now assisted by Herb Melrose fed hundreds of thousands of customers Over the years will be moved across the Street to the new Indiana state teachers building which is expected to be completed some time next Winter. The restaurant will occupy the Complete firs floor with additional private dining rooms to be located in the basement. The second floor of the building we ill be available for banquets seating up to 400 people. The new restaurant will be the most modern in the Midwest and will be completely new in decor. The restaurant also will provide food for the Indianapolis press club which has engaged the ninth floor As Penthouse club rooms. The Millers have been providing me is for the Indianapolis Community for 32 years starting with Solomon a restaurant on the second floor at 53v� s. Illinois Street

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