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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 7, 1947, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana edition nth wish Post �?o1/ you let the people know they can act intelligently 10c per cop it $4.00 per yes vol. 3�?no. 12 Hadassah actresses pause to be photographed rehearsals continued this week for members of Hadassah players who will appear in a play let tuesday at the annual child welfare event of the organization in blocks auditorium. Mrs. Simon Ackerman and mrs. Henry Silver Are directing the play let written by mrs. Maurice spit Alny. Seated above left to right Are the Mes. Morris Weinberg Alex Greenberg miss Ruth med Las and mrs. Ackerman. Standing Are the Mes. Marvin Sablosky Harold Stolkin Jack Maurer Milton Singer Barney Blickman Silver and Stanley Rammelsberg. The Hadassah choral group also will take part in the program with mrs. Stanley Levinson soloist As director. Rahhil Arthur Lelyveld will be the featured speaker for the Benefit to which Hadassah members plan to bring their non jewish friends and neighbors As guests. Relations Council offices open new director arrives establishment of offices for the Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council at 803 Indiana pythian building has been announced by Charles Posner director of the Council. Or. Posner assumed his position in september but Only recently after studying the programs and organizational structures of a number of jewish Community relations councils in the East m. ,. Jim i in outlining the program for Olsle Roou 10 Fleet z monday Al Beth Al Posner said that the Council now the Beth Al Zedeck sisterhood in the process of organization Nieset at 2 . Monday at will have As its primary function the Temple. Quot an evening at the promotion of racial and re Sarah a will be the highlight of the Gigious understanding As Well As meeting. The development of intelligent participating will be the Mes and effective understanding of Dames Ben Paller Henry Brodey jewish problems and interest. Gabe Cohen and Manuel Segal. Or. Posner said the Council in addition the program will infill a Endeavor to flight anti Semi dude the opening prayer Given tim discrimination and other by mrs. Lewis Poliak the closing forms of bigotry and tolerance in prayer Given by mrs. Robert Indianapolis by an affirmative Kroot and Community singing program of social action and de by the misses Lee Paris education in the principles of Huelyn Stillerman Myrna Caplan inanity and Anc sue Ann Yaver. There will the Community is invited to be a display of gifts for Chan visit the new offices of the coun lab cil or to Call Market 6318 with mrs Abe Epstein and mrs. Information suggestions or prob William Segal will be hospitality lems in the Field of Community chairmen at the Tea and social relations. Hour and an attendant will be _ present to care for Small to furnish Hillel Kitchen the Indiana state association of by Nai b Rith women will furnish the Kitchen at the new Home of Hillel at Purdue University it was pledged at the recent convention at Indianapolis. Mrs. Robert Aronson st. Louis District 2 president of b Nai by Rith women installed new officers of the state association at the meeting. Mrs. Joseph Fogle Indianapolis was installed As president Hart second and third vice presidents mrs. M. S. Cassen Indianapolis Secretary mrs. B. Friedman and mrs. William Stem of Gary treasurer and assistant treasurer Ami mrs. Harold Platt Indianapolis counsellor. Directors Are the Mes. S. Weisberger b. J. Strauss and m. Gilman South Bend s. Weiss and Leonard Weinraub fort Wayne m. Lewis and m. Farb Indianapolis l. Pickel Elkhart e. E. Freedberg and b. Newmark Lafayette m. Perlberg and r. Berman Marion j. Rosenfield and w. Dumes Vincennes a. Bertman Gary Arbis Leo Pott Litzer and Herbert Arbeiter Hammond m. Kottler Michigan City and a. Cohen Lawrence erg. To give proceeds to Runyon cancer fund proceeds of the annual Aza sweetheart dance scheduled for nov. 29, at the Antlers hotel will go to the Damon Runyon cancer fund Boh Mintz dance chairman said this week. He announced that Lynn Wil Ibison and his hand will provide music. Formal initiation of new me meters and installation of new officers of Aza 246 will he held at a dinner at the Homestead tomorrow series to open at Center nov. 17 Quot preparing your child for adolescence has been selected As the topic for this year s study in the Parent child relationship series to be Given at the Kirshbaum Community Center. Or. Dorothy Heinz psychiatrist in charge of the mental Hygiene division of the state Council on mental health will be the Leader. The six lectures on alternate monday evenings will Start nov. 17, and enrolment is open to the general Public. There will be a fee for Center members and nonmembers will pay $3. Mrs. Allison Falender and mrs. Herbert Falender Are co chairmen and further information May be obtained from mation Scharr a. 2401. Friday november 7, 1947j. P. Mcgoorty Speaks before round table judge John p. Mcgoorty Chi Cago co chairman of the Amerl can brotherhood will address that opening meeting of the Indianapolis round table of christian.1-and jews at 12 15 p. M. Thurs Day at the Indianapolis athletic club. Judge Mcgoorty Long Active in civic affairs has taken part in various phases of interfaith work the american brotherhood is Ai. Organization of prominent civic leaders of Chicago. Co chairmen of the local round table Are rabbi Maurice Gold Blatt the Rev. Dallas Browning and Richard Graham. Jack Kammins John k. Ruckelshaus and mayor George Denny Are in charge of the program. Friends of round table members Are invited to attend the luncheon at $1.50 per plate and May make reservations by calling the Rev. Or. Howard Baumgartel i. 9506jea women to Honor new pupils parents invitations have been issued by the Parent teachers committee of the jewish educational association auxiliary for a reception and Tea honouring parents of new pupils at 3 p. M. Sunday. A program has been arranged by or. Gershon Gelbart and Isaiah m. Adler. An attendant w ill care for Small children. Mrs. Harry a. Alpert chairman of the Parent teachers committee and her co chairmen mrs. Ben Prince mrs. I. Irving Newman and mrs. David s. Shapiro will be assisted by mothers who will act As hostesses for the afternoon. They Are the Mes. Hyman Brosman Myro Glass Leo Klausner Lewis Leffel William Schwartz Manuel Segal and marshal athletics planned by committees an ambitious program which it is hoped will bring the ath Letic phase of Kirshbaum activities into its own has been launched by a committee headed by Marvin Lasky. Serving on the committee Are Herbert Backer Gladys Cohen son Abe Goldsmith Ray Goodman or. And mrs. Roger Kahn Harold Ecktman John Froym Martin Larner Liebert Moessler Rube Reiswerg Harold Stolkin Paul Ziek. Also Joe Rothbard or. And mrs. Mark Cohen Milton Wright Morris Mitchell Kurt Freuden Thal Harry Einstandig or. Abo Leff Bobby Goldberg Norman Weisman Lou Goldstein Sam Green Amos Nahmias Gabriel Cohen Ray Nahmias and Herman Calderon. Sostine party tomorrow a costume party honouring bus bands of members of Beta no Monsky memorial sorority will be held at 9 . To held at Lafayette Morrow at Silver Hills. The group Lafayette a dinner and will meet at 8 . Monday at card party in memory of Henry the Home of mrs. Nathan Gold Monsky were held at sons of Farb 2902 Ruckle st. Abraham synagogue tuesday. Volunteers asked to help collect j n f Money from Blue boxes sunday jewish National fund Box collections will be made sunday All Over the City Cantor Myro Glass local inf chairman said this week. Volunteers with cars and without were asked to come or the j. E. A. Building 3456 Central ave., at 10 a. Mil and to the United hebrew congregation 601 Union st., to assist in the collection. Cantor a lass and his co chairman Ann Calderon stressed the importance of contributing generously to the fund at this time. Two state rabbis in annual Quot cavalcade Quot special Cincinnati rabbi Frederic a. Doppelt it. Wayne and rabbi Maurice Goldblatt Indianapolis will take part in the 1947-48 american jewish cavalcade of the Union of american hebrew congregations. The itinerary of the cavalcade will include in Indiana South Bend and Indianapolis. Max Danzig 61, Dies at his Home Max l. Danzig 61, died tuesday nov. 4 in his Home 951 High. Funeral services were held thursday in Aaron Ruben funeral Home followed by burial in Knesset Israel cemetery. Or. Danzig had lived in India Central hebrew women plan dessert lunch the sisterhood of the Central hebrew congregation will meet at a dessert luncheon at 1 3q . At the synagogue. Refreshments will be served by mrs. Perry Goldstein and mrs. Oscar Baer in Honor of the recent bar Mitzvah of their son and grandson Kenneth Goldstein. Mrs. Joe Albert has planned the program. Napolis 35 years and owned the Danzig department store. Survivors including two sons Frank Danzig Indianapolis Anc Robert Danzig Chicago a Broth or Samuel Danzig Brooklyn n.y., and one grandchild. Hadassah delegates to report delegates to the recent National convention of Hadassah will give their reports at a Board meeting of the local chapter at 7 45 p. M. Thursday at the Home of mrs. Robert Stolkin 5810 Washington blvd. Ail Board members Are asked to attend. Quot Council follies set for nov. 22 Public warned tickets will go fast the Indianapolis Council of jewish women Lias announced plans for its annual a Council follies Quot to be held ids year at the Columbia club on nov. 22. Mrs. W alter Wolf president of Council has appointed mrs. Harold i. Platt general chairman with mrs. Victor Goldberg As her co chairman and the Mes. Lack Efroymson and Julian Schwab As vice chairmen. Mrs. Platt and mrs. Goldberg will entertain members of the general committee at a a kick off a luncheon Friday at Broadmoor country club. Mrs. Platt said last year s a follies Quot were sold out prior to the event and she suggested that inasmuch As the ballroom will accommodate Only 250 couples tickets should be purchased Early. Ralph Lillard s orchestra will play for dancing which will Start at 9 30 p. M. The floor show will go on at 10 15 p. M. Admission will be a per person

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