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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 15, 1946, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana edition3s a a 3 thess few am vat 11 311� u o t $3.00 put r year 10c per co vol. 11�?no. 14a journal for Indiana jewry Friday november 15, 1946 entered As second a lab Platter nov f. 1945. At the Orosi Soffio at Indianapolis. Ind. Under the act of Marrh 1 1879 Muriel Wolfson Here tuesday to amm stale relations Council i \ ii Iteni it i Hooray a non Hoover assistant to Tor to Convene at it. Wayne a Muriel Tolison noted jewish actress of stage and radio will be the main attraction on the program of the Hadassah child welfare Benefit at 8 15 . Tuesday at the Kirshbaum Center. She will present a moving dramatization based on the life of Henrietta Szold. A musical program will be presented by mrs. Stanley Levinson Soprano who will sing hebrew yiddish and English melodies. Mrs. Levinson soloist with the Beth Al Temple choir will be accompanied by mrs. Evelyn Borofsky Roskin at the piano. Mrs. Samuel Yaver general chairman said Ushers for the affair will include Sarah dra Izar Mildred Kraft. Nina Gallin Clarissa Hollander Sadelle Bergman Ruth Haas Marsha Elkins Sara peso Trudy Schuchman and Jean Shoen. Tickets Are $1.99 per person and the entire Community is invited to enjoy a an evening of superlative the program replaces the annual Thrift luncheon previously scheduled for the same purpose by Hadassah. The organization sought variety and a presentation to Appeal to a larger part of the Community at an hour when a larger audience would be available. Of the Indianapolis times will speak on Quot our stake in Europe a peace at a meeting of the discussion group of the Young adult Council at 8 15 p. In. Thursday at Kirshbaum Center. The Council has planned monthly meetings of the group with prominent local leaders As speakers. Skating party planned by b and p Hadassah a skating party will be held by the Indianapolis business and election of an entire new Board Uel Temer of Gary. The report professional Hadassah at roller of Twenty four directors and of the nominating committee land skating rink 926 n. Penn Brief Progress reports from com will also be reviewed. Reports Sylvania st., thursday night mittens officers and the exec of the various committees will to proceeds will go to Charity. Be director. Entertainment and presented to the Board of direct admission will be 60 cents per refreshments Are also scheduled tors at the sunday meetings person and tickets May be Pur the Home has made consider Al communities Are asked to chased from any member of the Able pro8ress in recent months certify their Board members and organization Sophia passo chair along he lines of a Quot creased and alternates to the stale Council Man said. Assisting in the a missions and improved services communicating their names and the Indiana jewish Community relations Council will Convene in initial sessions As a duly constituted organization at 10 a. M. Sunday nov. 24 at the hebrew Center in fort Wayne. Luncheon and afternoon sessions will be held at the Indiana hotel. The provisional committee will hold a preliminary meeting at 3 p a. Saturday nov. 23 in m a a a y the offices of the jewish federa Donn Slein x�0iu6 tion 301 Cal Wayne building meeting set Lor nov. 24 11 the annual meeting and open invited to Send one or More rep House of the Joseph and Anna recent tics. Borinstein Home for the jewish this session will review mat aged inc., will be held at 2 p. M. Ters of organizational Structure sunday nov. 24, at the Home including by Laws which Are be-3516 Central ave. Eng formulated by a special by the program will include the Laws committee headed by Sam Range ments Are Clara Sherman plans Are underway for further addresses at once to the office at miss Wolfson and Lillian Landy. Rose Vigodner Lillian Gross improvements and the Extension 719 Lemcke building Indian Apo Goldie Lenowitz Bess dra Izar of is Falt ill tip generally. Us. So that each May be reached a directly in time to make Ade mrs. Lester Rosenthal it irate arrangements. To by u u a11 a ional agencies parties uses Patine in the National common funeral services were held Ity relations advisory Council wednesday for mrs. Beatrice have been invited to Send repro Rosenthal 55, who died monday Senta Tives and have been re nov. 11, at her Home 3103 Cen Quested to designate their Board the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will celebrate the 90th trial ave. Rabbi Morris m. Feuer members from among residents anniversary of its founding with a congregational dinner to be licht conducted the services at in this state held in the Broadmoor country club at 6 30 p. M. Thursday the Aaron Ruben funeral Home reservations for hotel a com which were followed by inter a ovations and for the sunday local congregation to Mark Ninetieth year at dinner nov. 11 last rites held for mrs. Bessie Finkman mrs. Bessie Wormser Finkman 69, died saturday nov. 9, in her Home 845 s. Illinois st. Funeral nov. 21. Services were held sunday at the the principal speaker of the evening will be or. Maurice ment in Indianapolis hebrew luncheon Are to be directed at Aaron Ruben funeral Home Fol Eisendrath executive director cemetery. Mrs Rosenthal was a Onee to the office of the it. Lowed by burial in United hebrew a the Union of american he or of american Reform Judaism member of the Indianapolis he Wayne jewish federation Jacob cemetery. Brew congregations. His topic As the principal figure. Or. Wise blew congregation., risk executive director 301 mrs. Finkman who had lived will be Quot Liberal Judaism looks died in the following year. Survivors include her husband Cal Wayne building. In Indianapolis 58 years was a he will be introduced from 1867 until 1907 the spirit Lester Rosenthal of los Angele member of the jewish Educa by rabbi Maurice Goldblatt. Ual Leader of the Temple was a son. Lester Rosenthal or. Two tonal association hebrew free or i Harry a. Jacobs president rabbi Mayer Messing who was daughters miss Lois Rosenthal loan society United hebrew Tel Indianapolis hebrew con succeeded by rabbi Feuerlicht a and mrs. Alvin Greenbaum and congregation and the ladies Gre gation will conduct the meet Leader in Indianapolis civic and the parents or. And mrs. Max auxiliary of the congregation. Eng the remaining portion of spiritual life since that time. Snellenberg All of Indianapolis. Survivors Are a son Walter the program will include vocal rabbi Goldblatt was appointed Wormser of Indianapolis a Sis selections by Farrell Scott Tenor assistant rabbi in 1938. I. U. Jewish sororities ter mrs. Sarah Frey Black of and a Brief history of the tem Indianapolis 11 grandchildren pie by rabbi Morris m. Feuer and 10 great grandchildren. Licht spiritual Leader of the 10th Sammie pledges. Elect _ Street congregation since 1907. N _ _ a Isadore Feibleman will present we or dance dec 7 Rayus club to install at scrolls of Honor to the oldest spa Bloomington Brief illness fatal to Abraham Goldberg funeral services for Abraham Goldberg 70, who died sunday nov. 10, at his Home 3945 n. New Jersey st., were held monday at the Aaron Ruben funeral Home. William Greenfeld and United hebrew service members of the congregation. Card Indianapolis it has i the Kayus club of the United. Founded in 1856 the Indian Apo elected president of Sigma Alpha Frances Lee Izsak Indianapolis founder of the Goldberg Cooper hebrew congregation will con Lis hebrew congregation select my at Indiana University for the Elaine Muhlrad new York n. Age company 315 w. Morris st. Duct services Friday night and As its dust Pace of worship coming semester. Jerry Kopelov y. Joanne Ostrow new York he had lived in Indianapolis 59 newly elected officers will be in. Blakes Hall it opposite the old Kokomo is the new Secretary n. Y. Betty Salberg Valparaiso years. He was a founder and past stalled. They Are mrs. Isadore Bates House a Short time later and Dick Friedland Indianapolis Esther Sachs new York n. Y. President of Beth Al Temple Lasker president Bess dra Izar in transferred to the Washington will serve As treasurer. Pauline Siegal Chicago 111. Member of the Beth Al menus Hall opposite the courthouse. New p de officers for a class Bernice Steinberg Indianapolis club zionist organization by Nai Marcus Barbara Stano. Chicago 111., and by Rith and Indiana chamber of a Lull d., Marcia Waldshine Chicago 111. Commerce. Those participating will include fat Tew a Jese and a went a pledge vice president is new a of Sigma Della survivors Are his wife mrs. Sophie passo Sara Kammins t t Structure that stood Sam Paskin also of South Bend Tauare Dotti Friedland Indian Ida Goldberg three sons. Jack Faye Resnick and Harry Stein razing 1933 Fred Falender Indianapolis is Apolys a Quot it Bias a Indianapolis Goldberg Bert Goldberg and har president of the congregation. Pledge Secretary and Morton Barbara sue Spigel Anderson old Goldberg All of Indianapolis rabbi Samuel j. Fox will give the present Temple at 10th Shapiro Indianapolis is pledge �?Ti03&Quot Aaronson Indianapolis a daughter mrs. William Sabol the installation message. The Street was dedicated in 1899 with treasurer. Doan firkin Washington C. Of Indianapolis three Brothers. Announce 22 pledges Bloomington a the two rabbi jewish sororities have announced Cantor Myro Glass conducted the names of 22 new pledges. Pledged services and burial was in to Delta Phi Epsilon Are Virel cemetery. Milton to Ginia Edelman new York n. Y. Or. Goldberg who was ill Only been Nina Franklin new York n. Y. A Short Lime was president and vice president Lillian Gross Sec ,. Ten years after its founding the _ fat Furj and by Ryle my Dick tress., of Twenty five Srp nor congregation constructed the Lemy Nve Are. Community is invited. Or. Isaac. M. Wise eminent Lead Acca to hold 20th annual meet at Kirshbaum monday nov. 25 the twentieth annual meeting of the jewish Community Center association will be held at 8 15 p. M. Monday novem Edith Lozow Gary Sally Osland Orie Goldberg of Elkhart Bert social chairman Kent Good Gary Beverly Bronstien Indian b. Goldberg of Beverly Hills Cal., Man of Peru has announced Apolis Shirley Roose Hunting and Harry Goldberg of Indian Dee. 7 As the Date for the annual ton Phyllis Wolf Gary and Roz Apolis and a sister mrs. Ray Winter formal dance. Pearlman Lafayette. Goldberg of Linton. A a you re never too old�?��?8th sweetheart dance her 25, at Kirshbaum . The meeting will highlight the centers program expanded is Malinou laced t or a nov. Of by Soufl Side . To include All age groups during the past year. The eighth annual sweetheart dance of a report will also be made on other work of the association including big Eagle Camp. The Story of the year of Progress will be reported by Irvin m. I Arner executive director and Harry s. Sack assistant director. Tie annual financial statement will be presented by or. Phillip Falender treasurer. Fifteen new members to the Board of directors will be elected at this meeting which is open to senior and adult members of the association. Mrs. Lewis Lurie is hospitality chairman for the refreshment hour to follow. South Side . Will be held saturday nov. 30, at the knights of Columbus Hall 13th and Delaware st. Joe a Alney a orchestra will play for dancing. A reassuring bid for attendance by ail age groups was made in the Advance publicity a a you re never too old to have a Good enjoyable Leon Calderon is dance chairman assisted by Sam Camhi and sol Bunes. Candidates for sweetheart members of clubs in the jewish youth Council Are Idele Tamler Florence Shapiro Barbara Seol Frances Megeff Lee Cohen Joan Kaufmann and Charlotte Halpern. Everyone present at the dance will be entitled to vote for a favorite candidate. Tickets priced at 2.40 per couple May be purchased from any member of the chapter at the desk at Kirshbaum Center or at the door on the night of the dance

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