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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 7, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaFitter. November 7, 1958 Xhu natio Aai jewish Post and opinion 2 in a Ipi xxx ism Man mtg Buzzin around with 9 \ Elaine Reuben Sass Elaine 51 w. Kessler m / / \ this week we decided to do something a Little different. Teenagers Are supposedly unhappy or dissatisfied with the City they live in you know the grass is always Greener Etc. So we took a Little Survey and found out it ainu to so almost every person we asked said that he thought i n d Panapolis was a Good place to live. The. Exact question we asked was How do you think Indianapolis compares to other communities you know As a place for jewish teenagers to live Here Are a few Sample answers that were fairly representative Rosie Budnick a Indianapolis compares favourably to other cities i have visited though since i Haven to lived anywhere else its hard to make comparisons. I would like to say that since the Community centers new building was completed things have stepped up in this Community. All through the year and especially in the summer teenagers have a place to gather and really can to say a a there a nothing to do Here a Judy Senna Indianapolis is a great Community for jewish teenagers. It offers not Only several youth groups but also a Beautiful Center where teenagers May gather and participate in various activities. The kids Are Friendly most parents Are willing to let their children use their Homes to entertain friends. All in All there is something for anyone who wants to take advantage of it. Mark Rosenwald a one fund project to be examined by Guild members of the Temple sisterhood Flower Guild will talk Over their current ways and Means project at a regular monthly meeting scheduled for 9 30 . To 2 . Thursday nov. 13, at the White Cross service Center 1701 Boulevard place. . B. L. Nickbarg has been appointed assistant to mrs. Gertrude Klein work chairman the Guild announced this week. Unmarried club eyed Indianapolis hebrew congregation is embarking on plans for a new club for unmarried Young adults College age and Over. The first meeting is Setfa a 2 . Sunday dec. 7, in fhe Temple lounge. Thanksgiving dance set the Sinai Temple sisterhood m Michigan City will hold its annual thanksgiving dinner Ance on wednesday nov. 26. Bivy. Clifford 5-4255 of the reasons Why i like Indianapolis is the warm and lasting Welcome that is Given to a newcomer. Also i like the Many opportunities for education both religious and Scholastic. Two More reasons Are the Many and varied facilities and activities offered the jewish teenagers by the temples and the Center. Bob Gar Klicko in comparison to the cities i have visited. Indianapolis ranks very Well in the activities offered to jewish teenagers. I do feel though that local teenagers done to always take advantage of them As they might or show the enthusiasm and responsibility needed to make either youth group school or Center activities really tops. O t so there you Are just another Public service. Anyway let me know what a going on in town and ill see you next week. Done to forget the Shortridge senior play next saturday night. Also make j note of the Usy study group at 7 . Sunday in the Usy room. Or. Hodes will Lead the discussion on a a Radical approx Ali to everyone is invited. Bye Center spotlight new teen gym class opened openings for girls Between 11 and 13 in the jewish Community centers thursday after school gym class were announced this week by the acc physical education committee. Also open is an intermediate basketball league to meet at 7 . On saturdays in the gym. Jerome Sallerson acc physical education director May be called at Clifford 1-9468 for More information. Sam Frommer Dies in Florida bulletin word was received from Miami fla., by the Post and opinion Friday of the death of Samuel a. Frommer 65, formerly of Indianapolis following a lingering illness. Or. Frommer served As president of the jewish educational association and was a charter member of congregation Beth Elze deck and a founder of the jewish welfare fund. He is survived by his wife Fannie former president of the Indianapolis chapter of Hadassah two sons Justin and Lawrence Julian a sister two Brothers and two your savings Here we have paid 4% dividends for 14 years. Funds can be withdrawn at any time. Use this state supervised organization a safety Community credit union634 Lemcke bldg. Me 7-2954mrs. Rae Resnick mgr. Mr., mrs. Unit to hear All religious sidles an Opportunity to hear All sides of current jewish religious questions will be afforded the or. And mrs. Group of Indianapolis this week when three rabbis of different Deno min actions appear on an a ask the Rabbit program. The program to Start a 8 15 p. M., sunday rabbi Feldman nov 9 at rabbi Fruchter rabbi Goldman Gre gation Bethe Zedeck will follow a dinner set for 7 . Participants in the program will be associate rabbi Morris Feldman of Beth Al rabbi Nan Dor Fruchter of United Central hebrew congregation and assistant rabbi Lloyd Goldman of Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Gerald Craft will be Moderator. Reservations May be made by calling Clifford 3-3327. Cost is $3.25 per couple. To hold autumn dance Monument Craft club will hold an autumn dance from s . To Midnight saturday nov. 8, at the Antlers hotel Price is $1.50 per person. Ben Momberg May be contacted for further information at Melrose 7-3535 or Walnut 5-5764. The Public is invited. By Lodge to meet Marshall Kottler Lodge of by Nai by Rith in Michigan City will meet on thursday nov. 20. Anyone know Sophie Blau her Kin she left $30,000 a will of the Wisp search is underway in and around st. Louis Indianapolis and state Center Iowa for next of Kin of the late Sophie Marie Blau daughter of a Kosher Butcher who Are wanted to share in her $30,000 estate. The search became known tills week when Gordon l. Cox probate genealogist of Tucson ariz., who specializes in tracing missing relatives to Settle estates took Over the Hunt. Quot currently a Cox said a the estate is a Legal a the search is being entered in the jewish communities of the three cities since she is known to have lived and grown up there Between the 1880s and 1900s, the daughter of a Shohet whose last name is Blau but whose first name is unknown. A on becoming an adult Sophie Marie Blau began a life of travel and adventure reportedly marrying three or four times including twice to Marine by 324 to View relations skits. Three original skits emphasizing racial and religious aspects of human relations will be presented to by Nai by Rith women chapter 324, at a dessert luncheon. Scheduled for 12 30 . Tuesday nov. 11, at the jewish Community Center. Originators and directors of the skits Are mrs. Jack Caine mrs. Albert passo and mrs. Myron Kasle. Chapter members participating Are Mes. Myron Kasle Leonard Eisen Kenneth Ossip Alex Ger son David Cohen j. Marvyn Stern Julius Brown Harold Rappaport and Harold Cohen. Robert Gordon Indiana anti defamation league director will moderate a group and panel discussion. Hadassah donor set the Lafayette chapter of Hadassah will hold its annual donor dinner on sunday nov 9, at Temple Israel Lafayette. Beth Al women to hear chaplain on Bible s women a women in the Bible will be a chaplain Leonard s. Kravitz a topic next week when he addresses a Beth Al Zedeck sisterhood dessert luncheon and meeting at 12 30 . Monday nov. 10, at Beth Al. . Amiel Gelb will present a jewish Book month presentation on new jewish books and publications. Miriam Hadar a miss Israel of 1958,�?� will be a special guest. Those interested in obtaining transportation May Call mrs. Wolford Bryan cd 1-6011. There will be a Sitter for youngsters. Music tour cancelled a rumanian conductor Constantine Silvestri who was to have toured with the Israel philharmonic orchestra this month has cancelled his appearances. Nelson s fuel Oil co. Offers the finest and most modern facilities and services a insured balanced budget plan a dependable keep full service o accurate metered receipts a 24 hour emergency service our is to keep you satisfied and our personal guarantee that you will be satisfied. Walnut 3-6656�?days Walnut 3-2759�?nightss everything goes furs Cashmer Coats i suits and leather cd at Sall Mink reduced a \ a _ / shop compare
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