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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 29, 1946, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana edition vol. Ii no. 16 thbssfewis3s v70 1a journal for Indiana jewry $3.00 be vat 10c per copy Friday november 29, 1946 entered As second Cla matter nov 9 1945 of the do a Oitto at Indianapolis. Ind. Under the act of myrrh i. 1879 state it Hai Iriemi executive a via a a a Novitsky Heads relations group of to my Ieti avg i a new member of Louisville dailies praised for klan handling b Imi by Ritli women will be honoured at the annual membership luncheon to in held at 12 30 . Tuesday Al Neseth Israel synagogue. Reservations May in made by calling mrs. Lester Belgrade. I. 3108-r. User Isidore Feibleman Indian the executive body of the state association of by Nai by Rith will hold its first meeting since new officers were elected at Marion a few weeks ago at 10 a. M. Sunday at the clubroom of the Indianapolis Lodge 709 East 38th st. Matters to be discussed at the meeting will include the Purdue Hillel building Campaign Selec tion of the next convention City m a. Jur i j . Work the state Bowling myiv13 poll incr h63qs Campaign Quot and a members ii local Junior Council activities of the anti defame Sylvia Miller has been elected tion league the programs of president of the Indianapolis member lodges plans for group Council of jewish juniors for meetings for the year and plans the coming year. Roseann Borin of the state sick committee will Stein was elected vice president also be under discussion. Reports other new officers of the group of the Hillel foundations will Are Marjorie Kahn recording also be Given Jack Kammins new Secretary Rose Elaine Solomon president of the state body said treasurer and Carol Segar financial Secretary. I a in the Junior Council will meet Long illness r a Al again at 230 p. M. Sunday at to Isadore Click 62 Kirshbaum Center to hear a talk by mrs. Richard Efroymson of funeral services for Isadore the overseas committee of the a a 62 wholesale commission Council of jewish women. Pros Pitt it a Al Al a / s a full a poll Lupi do a up merchant who died sunday nov. Mcm Bors As Well Center Orkes Rull it tout i Byron f. Nevitsky of fort Wayne was unanimously elected president of the Indiana jewish Community relations Council at the initial sessions of the newly constituted state organization held last saturday and sunday in fort Wayne. Other officers elected Are vice presidents j. J. Kiser India Apolis Martin Schwartz Muncie or. I. Sandek South Bend treas Apolis assistant treasurer Max r As 24, were held tuesday at the members Arp invited to attend. Aaron Ruben funeral Home Fol Lowed by burial in Thev Zedeck a. A a cemetery. Rabbi William p. 24 air Clors Nult cd Greenfeld and Cantor Myro Glass a. A -__1 a u conducted the rites. Donil Leill Tome or. Glick who had been ill for Twenty four directors were 18 months lived at 5984 Central named to the Board of the to ave. He was a partner in the Seph and Anra Borinstein Home Henry Glick commission firm at for the jewish aged at the an-402 s. New Jersey st. He had Goa it meeting last sunday lived in Indianapolis All his life elected for a three year term and was a member of Beth Elk re Sidney Mahalowitz mrs. Zedeck congregations Monu Wolf Sussman mrs. Monroe ment masonic Lodge and the in i Elser mrs. Leon Heht David Diana state chamber of com Hollander David Calderon mrs. Merco. Phil Fichman and mrs. Manuel survivors include his wife mrs. Freeman. Clara Glick two daughters miss directors elected for two year Helen Marilyn Glick and miss terms Are mrs. Herbert Falender Harriet Glick a son Norman mrs Leon Stem mrs. Marvin Glick four Sisters mrs. Fannie Laskey rabbi David Shapiro Davidson mrs. Esther Berko mrs Bernard Stroyman Emma Witz mrs. Bessie Lefkovits and Kominers mrs. Phil Falender mrs. Henrietta Marer and two an t Hyman Grande and those Brothers Aaron Glick and Louis named for a one year term in Glick All of Indianapolis. Elude mrs. Harry Freeman or. Lee Greenberg mrs. Louis bar John Alfred. 48. Nett or. Leon Levi mrs. Joe n n Klein Max Salomon Max Farb furniture buyer. Dies and mrs. Mac Cassen. Honorary fungi Al services for John Al members elected to the Board Fred 48, who died monday nov. Were Julius Falender Louis 25, in his Home 3069 n. Pennsyl Borinstein mrs. Frankfort and Vania st., were held wednesday mrs. Sam Block. In Chicago. Interment also was in Chicago. Or. Alfred manager and buyer Weinstein Heads team captains of the Kirshbaum Center s drive for new Mem Bers which is scheduled to begin tuesday and the executive committee of the jewish Community Center association to plan their Cam a sign. Seated left to right Are mrs. Dave Granowsky Harry s. Sack assistant director of the j. C. C. A., mrs. I Ewis Levy mrs. Victor Goldberg Liebert Mossier Morris Goodman and miss Jane Ubell office Secretary. Standing left to right Nathan Regenstreif Robert Greenberg membership Campaign chairman Theodore Dann president of the j. C. C. A., Julian Freeman vice president of the j. C. C. A., Gerald Paul Irwin Katz and Irvin m. Learner executive director of the j. C. C. A. Not shown Are Ralph Cole Walter Lichtenstein and Marshall Sherman. City raises $627.158 for . In 1946 the final amount raised in 1946 by the Indianapolis jewish welfare fund on behalf of the United jewish apr real is $627,138, representing in excess of 125 per cent of the $500,000 quota set for the City Sam Mueller fund president announced this week. The amount is More than four times the sum raised in the last Independent Campaign in 1942, which was $150,000. Unique noon gym class for men to resume Council Tea monday opens Chann Kah season the Indianapolis Section National Council of jewish women Tea at 1 30 p. M. Monday at president Novitsky who revealed m. Plesser Secretary Louis b. Greenberg. The nominating committee included Maier m. Levin Terre haute chairman Milton Leven Berg Gary sol Rothberg fort Wayne Abe h. Kaufman Terre haute or. I. Sandek South Bend Samuel Mueller Isidore Feibleman Indianapolis. Louis Greenberg Secretary reviewed specific situations such As recently developed in Muncie where the Muncie Quot Star a in front Page editorials on the eve of the elections denounced the fact that hate literature was being distributed from the Headquarters of the party it had supported. Resolutions were submitted praising the Muncie Quot Star Quot and Quot evening press Quot and the Indianapolis Quot Star a All owned by Eugene c. Wplliam of Indianapolis As Well As the Indianapolis Quot times and Quot news for their news stories and editorials dealing with the Kun flux klan. Similar resolutions praised the leadership in the situation of governor Ralph Gates Lieut. Gov. Richard James and attorney general James a. Emmert. Council s Start Good Novitsky at the morning session on sunday reports were presented by Kirshbaum Center will feature a hanukah program. The hanukah ceremony will be narrated by mrs. S. A. Silber that formal ratification of the plan had been had from each of the 17 Indiana communities and compared this Progress to that of the southwestern jewish Man with lighting of the candles. _ la a a Community relations Council at by mesdames Charles f. Froym. A ,. Houston Texas which after son Monroe Leiser Lewis a a twelve months of operations Marcus Cohen Sultan Cohen Simon Kiser i. E. Solomon and miss Gertrude Feibleman. Mrs. Jack Goodman is chairman and mrs. Paul Mode is i chairman of the hanukah ceremonies. A special feature of the program will he the presentation of two films Quot the House i live in of the Hoosier paint and Lino pm Lam alumni club Leum company a furniture de. ,. Apartment had lived in Indiana Bill Weinstein of Indianapolis Olis a year. He had formerly As elected president of the in. Managed stores in Marion and in a it it is 1 Alum this Yar next Friday. Classes Mahalowitz As chairman of the with Frank Sinatra and Quot it Hap the Kirshbaum Center Busi opened in Ness menus noon class which was mrs. Charles f. Efroymson., ,. Revived last year starts again will preside with mrs. Sidney e �.1 y a a Ona of it fences now has eleven cities out of a possible 21 identified with it whereas Indiana a Council is being initiated with every City already affiliated. Or. I. Sandek in addition to reviewing the affirmative programs indicated some of the prob lems which have confronted his Community South Bend and stated that he did not feel the coun will be held monday wednesday Tea which will follow the pro new Castle. A career in radio us the so and dinner. And opera As a Tenor had pro Lnu 0 1 r year recently. Anco of yid ii of each week at noon. Gram ceded his mercantile career. He sauce it it s Leo Cohn who re Quot. Signed due to his pending move designed primarily for men Over 30 who do not wish More of the group strenuous exercise the program were reelected. They Are or. Includes a daily Volley Ball game Gabriel Schuchman vice presi which is always a lot of fun. Fol was a member of the zionist organization of America and of the a us a a y Columbia club. A ther officers survivors include his wife mrs. Josephine Mendenhall Alfred the father Isaac Cohen of Chicago two Sisters miss Sarah Cohen of Chicago and mrs. Kate Strauss of Marion and a brother Joseph Cohen of Chicago. Bethe mens club Bowling league individual standings 174�?yaver 172 a Lebowitz was sufficient to guide effectively in meeting some situations. A no Stock answers Louis b. Greenberg reporting on program needs and plans for the Council declared that a so far As meeting specific situations of bigotry is concerned judgment must be used As to the most of Dent and Milton Fox Secretary Lowed by a dip into the Pool for 168�?j. Pozner 167�?a Sci such treasurer. Those who like it and then lunch Man m. Pozner 166�?a Meyer festive action in the individual out of town members who at in the locker room. 164 a Tzasak Goodman 161 a instance and must represent the tended the meeting were Sidney the whole class including Kohn Fink 159 a Stem 158 a collective Wisdom of Community Seligman Richmond and Al ros lunch takes Only an hour and a Levan. Maltzman Lefkowitz leadership in counsel with the Enberg Vincennes. Half. Annual family night set for dec. 18 Beth Al sisterhood Board to meet a Board meeting of the Beth by zionist groups Goldberg to speak the annual Observance of zionist a family night will be held at 8 30 p. M. Wednesday dec. 18, at the Kirshbaum Center. The meeting is sponsored jointly by the Indiana it Lis zionist District and the Indianapolis and ass a groups. The main feature of the evening will be the i it personal appearance and address of commander Joshua Goldberg u. S. Naval chaplain Al sisterhood will be held at 8 15 p. M. Monday at the Temple. Mrs. Abe Kulwin and mrs. Louis Cohn will he hostesses at this meeting. I Odge zionists to hear Heller a rabbi James Heller of Cincinnati will address a joint meeting of fort Wayne by Nai by Rith and fort Wayne zionists on dec. 10. Of world War ii. Rabbi Samuel j. Fox is program chairman for the Indianapolis zionist District and mrs. Lester Engel is program chairman for the Indianapolis chapter of Hadassah. Smith. Schuchman. H. 156 ros Indiana Council and the National a Danzig d. Klapper 154 a agencies whose resources will Al Leffel. Trattner w. Simanoff 152 so be utilized. There Are no Stock m. Sablosky 151 Kobe. Answers nor formulae no social 149 Congress Lampel Katz acids which can eradicate hatred Man allay 148�?hochman. Up from the social organism Stein colander a. Shane. Gold. That �3 demanded Quot he con Singer Wagman 146-s. Shane. Tiny Phi a is _ establishing real t Kaloper Sagalowsky 144 standards of Chad and Adu Edu. Erhards me 141-Aneel r. Cation a the elimination of Klapper 140 a Schwartz 139�?r of slims and the creation of Ade Londe 138�?borin.a a quate housing recreational and 137�?claymon, Marmalad 134a Escol 130�?Goldberg 129 huh Lovvnger 128-m. Klapper 123 gating it. Witoff 114 Wolsfeld Hal cd Al an<1 Poon Mir frus a on i Lander. Continued on Page 15 a

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