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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 17, 1957, Indianapolis, Indiana15 per copy to per year v. A i you pm the people know they can act intelligently4 the wish. »n4 Opi Kienit in i Felt Jan of 0 d Indiana edition Friday May 17, 1957 second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis. Indiana. Application for additional entry at new York. New York u pending volume Xii a no. 3# setting diploma in strategy the four members of the Israel delegation at the fifth annual Model United nations discuss what Steps to take in View of comments by various nations during the Mideast debate. Held in the Indiana state House the four Day session began wednesday night May 8, and ended saturday night May 11. Seated left to right Are Norman Goldman son of or. And mrs. Irving Goldman 6550 Spring Mill Road sue Morton daughter of or. And mrs. Harry e. Morton 903 w. 54th st. Sharon Maurer daughter of or. And mrs. Jack Maurer 6330 n. Delaware and Goldstein daughter of or. And mrs. David Goldstein 6904 Park. All Are Shortridge High school luncheon for by menorah a dessert-1 luncheon wiil precede the closing meeting of the season for members of by Rith women menorah chapter 924, at 1 . Tuesday May 21, at the Indiana National Bank Illinois and Westfield. Mrs. Gerald Tarshes americanism chairman is in charge of the program mrs. Oscar Mintzer will speak and show slides of her Israel trip. Deb ettes plan old time walk federation total boosted by 20,000 Over last week a $20,000 increase Over last week s announced total of $425,700 has been reported by the jewish welfare federation leadership this week. As of tuesday May 14, Campaign officials announced a total of $445,000 had been raised. This years goal had been set at $800,000. Max Selig. Women a division Howe veil percentages in All chairmen mrs. Manuel s. Cas divisions Are showing an in sen general solicitations chair crease Over 1956. Man and David m. Cook. Trades trades and professions leads an j professions chairman urge All divisions with a 55 per cent a workers to attend a report increase. General solicitations is luncheon monday. Running 40 per cent ahead of the luncheon will be held last year. Women a division still Wooll monday May 10, at the maintains its 21 per cent Lead Continental hotel Over 1956, and special gifts is a a of workers will set aside two unchanged with a 19 per cent or three hours to see prospects increase. We can Complete the solicitation Campaign leadership con by monday a Schahet declared listing of Sam Schahet general any worker who cannot at chairman Robert b. Stolkin tend the report meeting Mon special gifts chairman mrs. Day should leave his report at Charels p. Efroymson and mrs. The Jef offices 615 n. Alabama. Subject bringing up jewish child in arc to hear new head a a let stake an old fashioned walk is the theme of a Deb Ette Spring dance to be held in the ballroom of the Antlers hotel from 9 to 12 . Saturday May 25. Providing the music will be the Quint ones. Miss Phyllis Bluestein. President of the club has appointed misses Jayne Blickman and Judy Segal As chairmen of the affair. Assisting them will be Janis Sherman program Margy Cohen and Estelle Calderon publicity Nancy Dock and Frances Frisch refreshments Rochelle Miller bid Book Sharon Napers and Judy Mcgill decorations Phyllis Silverman and Harriette Bassler. Tickets Sandy Maurer and Rozie Albert pictures and Linda Prager and Anne Frank band and room. What did local jewry of 1899 Seal into Temple Cornerstone the Cornerstone of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation 10th and Delaware which had been Laid in 1899, will be opened at the congregations annual meeting monday night May 20. At the Temple. The contents will la read and displayed to the audience. They contain articles of local historical significance. Reports of the past years activities of the congregation also will be read. A report dealing with Progress on the new building of the Temple will be submitted. Elections to the Board and of officers of the Temple also will be held. The nominating committee will submit the following seven names for election to the Board of directors of which six will be elected. They Are Simon Ackerman mrs. A. Ebner Blatt Allison fal Ender Jack b. Kammins Ernest members of the Board will elect r. Lee Lewis Lurie Robert h. Their officers. Marks and Donald s. Richards. Some changes in the cons Titu immediately after the meeting tion also will be d cussed. Bites on june 9 inc pupils to have their pictures in Cornerstone of new building preparations Are now being made for the Cornerstone laying ceremony of the new Indianapolis hebrew congregation. It will be held at 2 30 p. M. Sunday june 9, at 65th and Meridian. Or. Clarence Efroymson chairman of the committee for preparations has outlined the program of the Day. It will consist of a religious service by rabbi Maurice Davis and the Temple choir special songs by the members of the religious school and presentations made by All of the Temple family. President Jack b. Kammins will describe the articles to be put into the Cornerstone. Among them will be pictures of the entire religious school and the roster of the Temple membership and officers. The Public is invited. Of ind. Mental health in his first meeting with the local jewish Community. Or. Stewart t. Ginsberg the new Indiana mental health commissioner will respond to the printed debate Between psychologists Bruno Bettelheim and Kurt Lewin on securing jewish children against prejudice. Or. Ginsberg will appear at the annual meeting of the Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council at 8 30 . Wednesday May 22, at the Marott hotel. He has entitled his presentation a bringing up the jewish child in the american comm executive director will review this years Jarc activities. All contributors to the jewish welfare federation will be entitled to vote for one third of the representatives at Large to the Jarc Board of directors. In addition to serving As Indiana mental health commissioner or. Ginsberg will be professor of psychiatry at the Indiana Max klezmer Indian Apo University school of Medicine Lis Jarc president in announce previously while on the staff of ing Ginsberg a subject com the a Hospital in Marion ind., rented a while the focus of the or. Ginsberg served a year As discussion is on the jewish child president of the Marion by Nai it must be recognized that the by Rith Lodge. Before assuming task is not Only what the Par his present position he served ent should do for the child but on the Board of jewish family also what the Parent should do service in Pittsburgh while fun for himself. Therefore discus toning As the chief of the pay Sions of this nature will not Only Chatry division of the a hos give the parents formula but Pital in Pittsburgh will give them perspectives on their own at the meeting. Klezmer himself also will discuss the nature and role of the Indianapolis Jarc. And Albert d. Chernin annual meeting set Lafayette a elections and reports will be on the Agenda at the annual meeting of Temple Israel at 6 15 . Tuesday May 21, in the Temple 17 s. Seventh Street. Jewish charities dinner Lafayette a dinner will precede the annual meeting of the Federated jewish charities of greater Lafayette at 6 . Sunday May 19, at Hibuel House Borinstein to dedicate new Section the recently furnished new Wing of the Borinstein Home for the jewish aged will be opened to 11 new residents on june 1. There presently Are 31 persons. Interested persons from Terre haute Lafayette and South Bend will join in dedication ceremonies at 1 30 p. M. Sunday june 16, for the newly completed Wing. Speeches guided Tours and refreshments arc being planned according to Morton Leeds director. The Community is invited to participate

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