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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 11, 1935, Indianapolis, IndianaA jewish publication the jewish Post for the jewish people Indiana a leading weekly jewish newspaper vol. Iii. No. Xxvii Indianapolis Indiana Friday Tishri 14, 5696 the Only jewish newspaper in the state of Indiana edited and printed entirely by jews. Single copy 3 cents $ 1.00 the year october 11, 1935interesting facts of interesting jews by Leonard Rothschild two rabbis have joined the italian army in Eritrea because of the Large number of jewish volunteers. A1 Jolson stands second in radio rating. Major Bowes is in first place and Rudy Vallee third. In the a great Ziegfeld Fannie Brice does a parody of Sally Randy a fan dance. Fannie will be 44 years old on october 29. June Travis will have her big Chance As the Lead in the picture a ceiling she is being coached for the aeronautical role by Amelia Earhart. Mary Livingstone the poet Wise Cracker and heckler heard with Jack Benny each sunday night Over Abc for a Gelatin sponsor received a Bon. A fide offer from a new York publisher of publication for those hilariously insane poems she reads on the air. Mary a tentative title for the collection is a Moron the accordian manufacturers of America have forwarded a letter of thanks and commendation to Phil Baker the a great american tourist a heard on lbs each sunday under the auspices of an Oil sponsor for his Aid in popularizing that instrument via his broadcasts. The san Francisco chapter of had. Assay will Plant an Evergreen tree in the George Washington Forest of Palestine As a memorial to will Rogers. Paul Lukas film actor is of hebraic ancestry. If Groucho and Chico Marx appear on a radio program this season a1 Boasberg will write the script for the hilarious series a the mares in Joe Cook May take the spot on the air led by de Wynn last year and Dave Freedman will be Joe a script writer. Of painters Boycott Reich new York Sta a the exhibition of murals to be held in conjunction with the 1936 olympic games in Berlin will be without american paintings. A Resolution to this effect was taken last week by the american National society of mural painters which scored nazi a spiritual intolerance and suppression of free of the Rodimo club has resumed activities for the new year. Newly elected officers Are Belle Kline president Sara Solomon Vic president Bess Einstandig Secretary treasurer and Celia Kaufman program chairman. The Rodimo club invites you to attend a card party they will sponsor on wednesday october 23rd, at 8 00 p. to speak Here sunday congressman to open forum series with a munitions Racket As subject Gerald p. Nye United states senator from North Dakota and chair Man of the Senate munitions investigation committee will open the tenth season of the Indianapolis jewish Community Center association open forum at 8 15 p. Sunday at Kirshbaum Center. His topic will be a the munitions internationally known because of his disclosures of the ramifications of the munitions Industry Nye be Gan his career As a Small town news paper editor. He was bom in Hortonville wis., december 19, 1892. When he was two years old his parents moved to Wittenberg wis. He attended the Wittenberg Public schools and was graduated from the High school in 1911. In 1911 he began is newspaper career As publisher of the review of Hortonville wis. In 1915 he moved to Crest a la. And became the manager and editor of the cres ton daily Plain dealer. Later he was with the Des Moines Register and Leader for a few months and then moved to North Dakota buying the Fryburg Pioneer published in Billing county. In 1919 he settled in Cooperstown n. D., where he became editor and manager of the Griggs county sen Tinnent courier. Appointed by governor he was appointed by governor Sor lie in 1925 to the United states Senate. Nye got his Start As Senate investigator when he was made chairman of the Senate Public funds committee investigating the Continental Trad ing company a relation to the Teapot dome Oil scandal. Four years later he was instigator of the probe of Senate primary election expenditures. Following the general custom questions will be asked by the audience after the lecture. Or. Louis Segar will act As chairman. The committee that arranged the forum series includes or. Segar j. Bloch Daniel Frisch Mortimer fur Scott mrs. J. A. Goodman mrs. J. Harding Tevie Jacobs mrs. I. G. Kahn j. L. Mueller l. A. Strauss mrs. L. A. Strauss miss Frieda Newman and s. J. Sternberger. Another Ste Bingo dance plans completed by Iota no plans for the Novelty Bingo dance to be Given by the Iota no fraternity sunday evening in the Beth Al Zedeck Temple were completed Here this week according to an announcement by Herbert Larman president of the organization. The Bingo games will begin at 8 15 p. M., and prizes will be awarded for each game. A major prize will be Given for the final game. A dance will follow the Bingo games. The entire Community is invited to attend this affair and a delightful evening is promised. Admission will be fifty cents. For nearly three years the jewish Post has faithfully served the Indiana jewish population and now it takes another great step toward the ultimate aim of a jewish newspaper. At first the jewish Post appeared As a Small monthly then it made its appearance Semi monthly and Early this year after numerous requests from satisfied readers it entered upon the local scene As a full sized weekly newspaper soon becoming Indiana a leading jewish publication. With this background of growth the jewish Post now announces an increase in size to eight pages beginning with the Issue of next Friday. Under the new set up this newspaper will continue to offer to its readers a Complete coverage of local happenings the usual interesting features articles by noted writers and the very latest in world news events. The jewish Post sincerely thanks the Community for the wonderful reception it has received in its Short life Here and promises to continue to serve As it has tried to do in the past. Leonard Rothschild to speak at menus club meet rabbi Elias Margolies of mount Vernon n. Y., one of the most popular men Ever to address the Beth Al menus club will return Here to speak at the meeting of the club to be held at the Temple on wednesday evening october 23. Rabbi Margolies is one of americans leading authorities on jewish humor. He has written and spoken on the subject for Many years and his address promises to be a most entertaining one. An open forum will follow the address and refreshments will be served members and guests Are invited. Or. Leon Berger will preside. Club to present show on thanksgiving night the Beth Al menus club will present a musical comedy and dance at the Murat for their annual thanksgiving night affair to be held on november 28. The program will be one of the most elaborate Ever Given by a jewish group Here. First auditions for the show will be held monday evening in the Beth Al Zedeck Temple thirty fourth and Ruckle streets at 8 of clock. All persons interested in any part Are Charry to address zionists rabbi Elias Charry of Beth Al Zedeck congregation will be the principle speaker at the first meeting of the Indianapolis zionist District to be held monday evening in the Temple thirty fourth and Ruckle streets. His subject will be a United jewry faces the a report on the recent world zionist Congress will also be on the program. The Congress was historic in character As it fearlessly faced problems of All jews today. It represented for the first time the entire jewish world. Miss Mae Ladin will play jewish melodies on the xylophone and Dan Iel Harrison will read humorous stories. Group singing will be held and election of officers will take place. Cantor Myro Glass will preside the entire jewish Community is Hadassah mrs. Jacob Weiss president of senior Hadassah announces that the opening meeting of the new year will be a luncheon meeting to be held on wednesday october 23, in the vestry rooms of the Beth Al Zedeck Temple thirty fourth and Ruckle streets. Rabbi Elias Margolies of mount Vernon n. Y., will be speaker of the afternoon. All members and friends Are invited. Supreme court Justice Louis dem Bitz Brand is will be 80 years old on november 13. The last guest meeting for the women a Golf association. At the Broadmoor country club was held october 9, with nine and eighteen Hole games. Keno and Bridge were played in the afternoon. The women a Golf association will entertain All women of the club october 23, when the championship and other prizes will be awarded. Golf Keno and Bridge will be played. Mrs. E. F. Kahn is chairman of prizes with mrs. Joseph Gelman and mrs. Maurice Hirsh assistants. Mrs. Sidney Sternberger is luncheon c airman and mrs. David Lurvey general chairman of the women a Golf by Rith to hear Louis Ludlow at the meeting of the by Nai by Rith to be held monday evening in Kirshbaum Center congressman Louis Ludlow will speak on a a Way to prevent at this meeting Samuel Mantell who was recently elected president of the state by Nai by Rith association will be honoured. Jack Kammins will be in charge of the program and Louis Grossman will preside. Members and guests Are invited to this meeting. Methodists favo olympic Boycott new York Sta a the ranks of the growing army protesting against holding the 1936 olympic games in Berlin widened this week with the announcement that the National Council of methodist youth has adopted a Resolution favouring Boycott of the games. The Resolution was made Public in a letter to pastors of All faiths de Clang that the a changing of the seat of the 1936 olympic games would be one of the most effective Means of expressing the indignation of the civilized world at the return to barbarism brought about by the present terrorist Rule in girls must quitw0rk German order says they should learn household activities Berlin Sta a All jewish girls under Twenty five serving As Salesgirl typists bookkeepers and in other office jobs must quit work a for one year a according to an official order issued Here last week. Under the pretext that a fall girls require a year of Freedom from work in order to learn household duties a the order states that even those jewish girls who work for jews must be replaced by on the eve of his major invasion of Berlin Julius Streicher Germany a leading jew baiter launched a venomous Campaign against jewish butchers and cattle dealers. Paper fight butchers with the powerful support of the Voel Kischer Beo Zachter Der Ang Riff and Der Schwarz Korps the three most influential papers in the third Reich Streicher demanded the closing of All Jewsh Butcher shops accusing them of poisoning non jewish customers by Selling them unsanitary meat products. This drive is taken to indicate the governments determination to oust jewish cattle dealers completely because of the fact that a a aryan peasants have shown a tendency to Purchase from jews whose prices Are lower than those of the government cooperatives. The jewish i Post is read by All Indianapolis jewry Roosevelt assails religious persecution san Diego cal., Sta a president Roosevelt made it Clear without mentioning the country by name that americans find religious persecution in Germany abhorrent. The presidents declaration came at the close of an address devoted largely to american relations with foreign Powers made before 45,000 persons who packed the local High school stadium. A your National determination to keep free of foreign wars and foreign entanglements a he asserted a cannot prevent us from feeling deep concern when ideals that we have cherished Are challenged. A in the United states a the president continued a we regard it As axiomatic that every person shall enjoy the free exercise of his religion according to the dictates of his conscience. Our Flag for a Century and a half has been the Symbol of the principles of Liberty of conscience of religious Freedom and Equality before the Law and these concepts Are deeply infringed in our National charac a it is True that other nations May As they do enforce contrary rules of conscience and conduct. It is True that policies that May be pursued under flags other than our own Are beyond our jurisdiction. Yet in our inner individual lives we can never be different and we assert for ourselves Complete Freedom to embrace to profess and to observe the principles for which our Flag has so Long been the lofty Symbol. As it was so Well said by James Madison a we hold it for a fundamental and in alienable truth that religion and the manner of discharging it can be directed Only by reason and conviction not by Force or a

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