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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 24, 1957, Indianapolis, IndianaVols Al Ivlue a Tom let the people know. They Corn act intelligently Quot i to a per con $6 per year the it jewish put opinion weekly Toni a int tiv i a a. A a of a 7 second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis. Indiana. Re a it Vii if in 39 llm1illn r riday. May 24, 19o7 application for additional entry at new York new York is pending Vollme Xii no. A a putting their Heads together for the giant Speedway festival on the eve of memorial Day Are above Marc j. Wolf co chairman of tie �?o500�?� invitational Ball and mrs. Charles Efroymson who is assisting him on ticket sales. A the whole festival looks very promising a said Sam Freeman Board chairman of the �?o50��?� festival associates inc., a Large group of civic minded people who Are stirring up enthusiasm for the big race. The invitational Ball will begin at 9 p. M. Wednesday May 29. At the Indiana roof with Woody Herman a orchestra providing the music. Alan Tavel 9, hit by truck Alan Tavel is still in critical condition st. Vincent a Hospital told the Post and opinion at press time. Alan 9-year-old son of or. And mrs. David Tavel. 6943 Central was hit by a truck about 5 . Wednesday while Riding his bicycle on 71st st. Driver of the truck was John f. Gleichman. 6216 n. Central. Alan is a fourth Grade Pupil Ai school so. Wins Roth medal for outstanding work in Roth Larry Warshawsky has won a Silver medal from the Pershing rifles organization of the Roth. Majoring in journalism at Indiana University Larry has been a reporter for the Indiana daily student published by the Indiana University school of journalism. He is the son of or. And mrs. Sam Warshawsky 632 s. Illinois. Judge Rabb s Mother Dies mrs. Pauline Rabb Mother of criminal court judge Saul i. Rabb died thursday. May 24. In Community Hospital after a Long illness. Mrs. Rabb 81 years old resided at 1311 Union st. She came to Indianapolis in 1899 from Lithuania. Besides judge Rabb survivors include another son or. Harry s. Rabb of Indianapolis four daughters mrs. Harry Cohen mrs. Harold Goldberg and mrs. Shoolem Ettinger All of Indianapolis and mrs. A. C. Cohen of Butler. A. Also three Sisters. Mrs. Anna Szlagman of new York mrs. Moses Caplan of Summersville mass., and miss Florence Leven sin of Miami Beach. Fla. A brother Charles Leven sin of new York three grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services were to be held at 1 p. M. Today Friday at Shara Tetilla congregation with burial in Shara Tetilla cemetery. Opened Cornerstone shows 1899 jews had a problem does this ring a familiar note a your divine services this year have not been As liberally attended As they should have been. Our choir is certainly attractive and that with the excellent and impressive lectures of our minister is All that the most fastidious could desire. There certainly must be a Lack of jewish spirit that keeps so Many from attending. This is particularly True of our Sabbath morning service where frequently there is scarce was a German language paper also published by Wise. Both by a a minions the complaint is voiced in the 1893 annual report of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. The report and other documents were revealed monday night May 20, at the 101st annual meeting of the Temple when Kab i Maurice Davis displayed the contents of the recently opened Cornerstone of the tenth Street Temple. Synagogue officials who pried open the Metal Cornerstone Box were issued from Cincinnati. Al it by i. M. Wise founder of Reform Judaism in the United states officiated at the Cornerstone laying of every Temple of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Also found in the Cornerstone were three coins and a Union prayer Book. On the Day when Indianapolis found a roster of Temple officers jewry dedicated the Cornerstone and membership of 1899, an annual report of 1893, a program of the Cornerstone laying ceremony the Constitution of the congregation a list of 18 presidents a plan of the Market Street Temple which they were vacating at the Timea Short history of the 43-year-old congregation. Also a list of civic officials from the United states president right Down to the City police chief a list of sunday school teachers a list of the building committee four English language dailies two German language dailies one High school daily the daily Echo of the Indianapolis High school later to become Shortridge and two jewish papers. A the american israelite was published by rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise in English. A die Deborah Here Are inc officers following Are the officers of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation who were elected Mon Day night. May 20. Jack b. Kammins. President Simon Askerman first Vic president sol Blickman second vice president Richard l. Glas ser treasurer. A new office of Secretary was created. Mrs. Joseph Roth Bard filled the Post. Elected to the Board Are mrs. A. Abner Blatt Lewis Lurie. Robert h. Marks and Donald s. Richards. Re elected to the Board Are Simon Ackerman. Allison Falender and Jack b. Kammins. In the past year the congregations membership increased by 76. Other High lights of the annual meeting a an artist or sculptor will be engaged to do the Art work in the new Temple it was announced. A the cemetery will be enlarged in the coming year it was said. A slides made by sol Blickman of the contents of the 1899 Cornerstone were shown. For the tenth Street Temple the Indianapolis Sun carried a sketch of the front View of the proposed Temple. A the Temple will Cost $35,-0<>0,�?� the article stated. A the site Cost about $15, my it. The edifice will be one of the most imposing in the entire City the front showing an immense Stone Arch according to the documents the chairman of the 1899 building committee was s. S. Kiser Fco chairman was David Kahn and Secretary was h. Banberger. Indianapolis hebrew congregation was organized and incorporated in the fall of 1856 by the following charter members Hermon Semmons Alexander France trustee Jacob Goldman Henry Rosenthal or. Nathan Knefler Max Glaser trustee Moses Woolf presiden Adolph Rosenthal Julius Glaser Moses Heller Adolph Dessar vice president Isaac m. Rosenthal trustee and Herman Bamberger Secretary. Included in the Cornerstone Box was a history of the Congre rabbi Davis holds a layout of the floor of the old Market Street Temple which members of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation were vacating when they Laid the Cornerstone for the new Temple on 10th Street. The document was among the contents of the Cornerstone of the tenth Street Temple. Gation. The Story with these words concluded a May this edifice be the Center around which shall gather ail the people who Are interested in the promotion of that Sublime truth that god reigns Over the whole universe. A the Cornerstone items will let a enshrined in Glass in the new Temple. Looking at history. The american israelite and die Deborah were the two jewish papers found in the Cornerstone of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation on 10th st. Contents of the Box were revealed at the annual meeting monday night May 30. Looks promising

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