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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 16, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaThe list salutes Israel 10 her 10th birthday a a you Lei the Peop i a few they cast aet intelligently wish pos published a Kelt ill Linin a Indiana edition Friday May 1g, 1958 second class Mai privileges authorized at new Vork. New York and Indianapolis Indiana volume Xiii a no. 38 a step toward the establishment of Israel a a t. Re of a Cir int Cantor Myro g july 1945, is the time and the office of Indiana a governor Ralph f. Gates is the place. Local zionist efforts Bear fruit As gov. Gates front Row fourth from left becomes the 38th governor to sign a petition calling for the opening of jewish immigration to Palestine and the establishment there of a jewish Commonwealth. The petition was presented to gov. Gates by a group of zionist leaders including Shoolem Ettinger front left District president Cantor Myro Glass front second from left mrs. Shoolem Ettinger front third from left rabbi Israel Chodos front second from right Meyer Gallin front right Henry Ostrom Back left or Clarence Efroymson Back second from left Moses a. Rabb Back second from right and Joseph j. Daniels Back right. This photo appeared in the National Jewis i Post on july 13, 1945. Rabbis Board 1ssue5 Salute the Indiana Board of rabbis this week passed a Resolution saluting the state of Israel on the occasion of her 10th anniversary. Part of the Resolution passed at a Semi annual meeting tuesday May 13, at Temple Beth-31 Zedeck states a the Indiana Board of rabbis recognizes that the rebirth of the state has promoted a revitalized and dynamic interest in Judaism and its Way of life throughout the world. A was Israel begins its second decade As an Independent state we the rabbis of Indiana humbly Pray that god spread Over her his Tabernacle of peace and bestow his Light and his truth upon her leaders and people and endow them with his divine counsel. A Jet auxiliary plans musical Indianapolis zionist leaders disagree on what future holds for District a by Arnold where is the local zionist District going local zionist leaders Are divided on that question but Many of them agree that a a new Eta a in local zionist history is just beginning. According to Shoolem Ettinger an Active zionist for More than 20 years the zionist movement Lias changed from an entire Way of life to a Mere philanthropy. The District he said does not have the Fervour of interest As it did when he was local District president just before Israel was established 10 years ago. Dave Nelson currently president of the District disagreed. Quot there is just As much zionist Fervour As before Quot he declared. He explained that financial sup port of Israel and Public relations work for Israel were now the most important aspects of of the local zionist program. Cantor Myro Glass Active in zionist work locally since 1928, chapter g. M. Cohen declared that a a second in the history of the zionist movement was just be ginning because of the existence and continuance of the state of Israel. The a first chapter a he said was the establishment of the state. The a second chapter is the a cultural rejuvenation of world jewry that will Resul from israelis influence he said. But zionist work remains essentially the same he declared. The zionist movement in Indianapolis was founded a1 1897 through the work of such men As Moses Rabb and wok Davis. The organizations or Mary activity in those Days was the Sale of Stock in the jewish colonial Trust antecedent to the jewish National fund. Mrs. Hilda Ettinger rabbis daughter told the Post and opinion of finding shares in the Trust dated june 1, 1900, among rabbis papa is. Rabb was also one of the founders of Mizrachi when the menus organization came into being in Indianapolis a few years later. The zionist movement in continued on Page 4 in this special edition dedicated to the current Celebration of israelis 10th year of statehood it is fitting that the Indianapolis zionists who played a role in supporting the efforts to build the jewish state should be singled out. These men and women in Indianapolis guided the policies of the organization from its very beginning when to be a zionist was to be a pariah to today when not to be pro Israel is to be a pariah. It is a convenient thing today to be sympathetic towards the state of Israel. But not so very Long ago to be a zionist continued on Page 32 a musical dramatization will Honor israelis 10th anniversary at the closing meeting of the jewish educational association auxiliary at 1 p. M. Monday May 19, in congregation Beth-e1 Zedeck. Here Are the names of auxiliary members who will participate in the musical mines. Irving Joffe Gilbert Levine Irving Joffe Sam Engel Irving Marcus Wolford Bryan Michael Atzmon Bernard Silver Abe Rubenstein Abe Lor Ber Morris Schwartz Ben Prince Julius Brown Julius Zukerman Meyer Sachs Nate Sachs Morris Trais Sam Hollander Aaron Goldman and Lester Budd. Installation of officers will be conducted by mrs. Jack Fogle. The dramatization entitled a out of the desert a was written by Michael Atzmon Jea instructor. Narrator of the dramatization will be mrs. Ben Paller. Cantor Judah Goldring of congregation Beth Al Zedeck will be guest soloist. Mrs. Leo Gurvitz will be piano accompanist. Jea director Aaron intrater will address the meeting. Officers to be installed include mrs. Julius Maurer president Mes. Lester Budd Irving Marcus Nate Sachs and Jack Nelson vice presidents Mes. William Goldstein David Glazier Max Simon Sidney Katz Isa Dore Dock and Morris Schwartz secretaries Mes. Harold Sas continued on Page 32 a meeting preliminary forming an Indianapolis Vaad heir Community Council with by representatives from All synagogues will be held Early next week. This meeting rabbi Moses Magnes of Shara Tewilla congregation and rabbi Nandor Fruch ter of Central hebrew congregation and officers from both meeting to form Vaad set congregations win a a it a organization should b up and what Steps to take fir. Of the first jobs of the one the organization should be set a what Steps to take firs. Of the first jobs of the Vaad a Han it is according to Rubbi be to take financial matters Ashrut out of the hands rabbis and thus leave to re by free to supervise Ashrut p p Eily. Jarc head announces nominations for Board Cantor Myro Glass since 1928 Max klezmer president of the Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council has announced the nomination of 15 individuals to serve on the Board of directors for the coming year. Nominated for a three year term Are mrs. Ralph Cole Allen Dale Tom mantel and n. William Weinstein. Nominated for a two year term Are Sam Chernin Philip Pecar Robert Rose and William Zohn. Nominated for a one year term Are mrs. Ruth Patter Lewis Schwartz and Stanley Talesnick. Re nominated for a three year term Are mrs. M. S. Cas sen or. Bennett Kraft Jack Kammins and Carl Lyman. In accordance with the bylaws of the Jarc additional nominations May be made upon written petition by five contributors to the jewish welfare federation. The petitions must be filed with Harry Berns Secretary not later than 12 Days before the annual meeting May 23. The annual meeting will be held at g 30 p. M. Wednesday june 4. At the Continental hotel

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