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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 11, 1946, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana edition journal for Indiana Jeh by $3.00 per year 10c per copy vol. Ii no. 9 Friday october 11, 1946 in entered u second last matter nov. T. 1945. At the Post Folio at Indian aporia. Ind. Under Rue act of 3. 1679 Lodge women plan ii allowed in Harvest Moon festival at Southern mansion committee workers Are named a Harvest Moon halloween festival will be sponsored by the by Nai by Rith women at the Southern mansion monday oct. 28, with Fortune telling dancing prizes for the most amusing costumes picture taking and All the gaiety and excitement of the season. Mrs. Harold Lewis is general chairman of the festival assisted by the mesdames Joseph Klein and Harold i. Platt co chairmen. Ayars Lamar a orchestra will provide dance music. Admission is $1.50 per person. Proceeds will be used for the support of Indiana University and Purdue University Hillel foundations for Belle Aire orphans Home the Denver Home for tubers Milosis and other humanitarian projects. Other by Nai b Rith women on committees for the festival Are the mesdames Jack Kam mins Edgar Fassburg Richard Efroymson Philip Stem a1 Meyers David Klain Nat Smith Herbert Backer William Borman. Also the mesdames Sanders Klein Max Farb Charles Efroymson Philip Raymond Max Gelman Louis Lubow Sam Kroot Louis Galisky William Meyers jr., Saul Fogle Louis Kahn Mason Rice Michael Kline Alexander Bell. Also mesdames Norman Becker Sam Al pert Joseph Mehlman Jacob Fogle Abe a Stine Sam Schoen Philip Fichman David Probstein and Bert Sicanoff. Beth Al men announce season s speakers other programs . Committee to present clinic on anti semitism a Quot clinic on anti semitism a will be presented under the auspices of the american jewish committee following services at the Indianapolis hebrew Temple 10th and Delaware sts., next Friday night. Richard c. Rothschild will act As master of ceremonies for the clinic which has been presented previously in Only eight cities. Newman Levy Legal counsel will present up to the minute in jewish Community Are invited formation on the character and to attend. Intensity of anti semitism in this _ ,n�?~jlst1ten.t/ d n Piser is elected lust rated talk by mrs. Ethel c. Phillips head of the production by South Bend zionists division of the Public relations spa Ciai department. South Bend a Benjamin the final speaker will be Louis Ciser was elected president of s. Breier in charge of program be South Bend zionist District planning for the department of Tbs week. Sam Brown was elect Community activities of the vice president. American jewish committee others elected Are Louis Piser who is one of the organizers of treasurer and Marvin Krueger the new York committee for Secretary. Delegates to the an democratic organization and Nual National convention will be has previously been a member of or. Brown and rabbi Albert the National executive staff of Shulman with Abe borr and the anti defamation league. Harry Pryweller As alternates. J. J. Kiser chairman of the j. H. Gilbert and or. Piser local chapter of the american have been elected As delegates jewish committee will preside by the Ohio Valley zionist re All members of the Indianapolis Gion. Help find relatives family service pleads messages from abroad Are being held for several persons who Are assumed to be residents of Indiana but who have not been located the jewish family service society 4x2 Penn Way building Indianapolis has announced. In some cases a partial address has been furnished and in other instances Only first names have been supplied. Spelling of some names May have been altered or the persons sought May have moved to another City or state. Consequently the society has requested that even those who have no relatives abroad examine the lists and notify them if they Are Able to Supply any information or clue concerning those sought. Messages at present await Max Rubin Indianapolis from Leser Groszman mrs. B. C. Steinberg 454 Lincoln Way City not namedind., from Paula Winkler mrs. Ernestine Kraus Indiana Harbor from Ghisela Tartakower Helene Robinson Michejda Richmond ind., from or. Ludwig Jaffe George Gherman Indianapolis from anic Gherman. Also mrs. Ruth Hirschland 511 Cleveland ave., City not namedind., from Waldemar Bostroem Louis Kahn Indianapolis from Leni Stegman and Dina and Chaika last name not give Indianapolis from Ethel Galatzan. Sisterhood announces 9th Book review series the ninth annual series of Book reviews by rabbi Maurice Gold Blatt sponsored by the sisterhood of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will be held each tuesday in november it was announced this week. Mrs. Sultan Cohen sisterhood president has named mrs. Syd Ner Romer chairman of the committee in charge of the reviews which Are held at the Temple and Are open to the Public without charge. Mrs. Manuel Freeman and mrs. Harold Platt Are co chairmen and mrs. Robert Efroymson is vice chairman of the committee. Committee members Are the mesdames Mort Asher Floyd Beitman j. M. Bloch s. C. Bod Ner William Borman w. F. Bookwalter m. S. Efroymson Philip Falender Edgar Fassburg Jules Gradison Leon Hecht Sidney James Jerome Jacobs Monroe Leiser David Leventhal Irving Linderman William Meyers sr., Mortimer Mann and Harry Traugott. Local Hadassah to open season the first meeting of the season of Indianapolis Hadassah will be held at 1 30 . Wednesday oct. 23, following a dessert luncheon at 1 ., which will be served without charge. A film on Palestine a pass for tomorrow a in technicolor will be shown at the meeting which will be at Kirshbaum Center. Frederic March and Roger de Koven narrate the film. Two events preceding the official opening of the season Are the first Oneg shabbat to be held at 2 . Tomorrow at the Home of mrs. J. A. Goodman 301 w. Kessler blvd., and a membership Tea in Honor of new members to be held at 3 . Tuesday at the Home of mrs. Edward Dayan 5420 n. Meridian st. Mrs. Ben Paller will review Moshe Mosenson a Quot letter from the desert at the Oneg shabbat which according to a tradition will be held in the Succa at the Goodman Home. Mrs. Abe Kulwin will give the opening prayer and mrs. Abraham Max will Lead Community singing. Members and friends Are invited to attend. Mrs. Maurice Spitalny of the Pittsburgh chapter will and the Ohio Valley Region and of the Pittsburgh chapter will address the guests at the membership Tea. Assisting the hostess will be mrs. Jack Maurer and mrs. S. A. Silberman. Plans for the program of a Quot child welfare and vocational education night a which will replace the usual Thrift Tea held annually by Hadassah have been begun by a committee which met this week. Large jewish group solicits for Community fund Campaign More than forty members of the jewish Community Are playing a prominent part in this years Campaign of the Indianapolis Community fund now under Way in the special gifts division and to Start with individual solicitation nov. 4. Co chairman of the women a special gifts division is mrs. J. A. Goodman with mrs. Charles Efroymson chairman of a woman a Divi Fijn. Others from the Community participating in both the menus and women a special gifts divisions either As workers speakers to appear before the or Eam captains Are Phil Adler. Beth Al menus club for the 1946 or bark sin mrs. A. J. 47 season and plans for other Barskin Adolph Blickman Jos events to be held during the year ebb Bloch mrs. Hortense were announced this week in a Bauh Burpee mrs. Herman Chai program of jewish and general Theodore Dann e. M. Dayan interest to be offered to Mem Clarence Efroymson mrs. Robbers. Cart Efroymson Isidore feeble or. Mordecai Kaplan of the Man Marc j. Frank Marcus jewish theological Seminary of Feinberg Julian Freeman co America is scheduled As the first chairman of the jewish welfare speaker at a dinner meeting for fund Campaign Meyer Gallin members Only on wednesday Sam Goldberg and a. S. Gold oct. 25. Stein or. At the annual Community in also assisting in the drive Are ter Faith thanksgiving service j. A. Goodman president of the on thursday nov. 28, the Hon. Jewish federation Morris Good Charles p. Taft will speak. A Man co chairman of the jewish ther and son night will be held welfare fund Campaign Jackiel dec. 11, with Cecil Isbell head Vav. Joseph Allan Kahn mrs. Al football coach at Purdue As Lan Kahn Roger Kahn Jay Kauf speaker and Susie Michael and Man j. J. Kiser mrs. J. J. Kiser Maurice Friedman popular in Marvin Lasky Leon Levin Lewis tre Peters of jewish music will Levy Walter Lichtenstein Leo appear at the annual co Grega Rappaport William l. Schloss tonal hanukah dinner dec. 22. Mrs s. A Silberman Sidney other speakers and events in Sternberger Aaron Unger and elude or. Solomon Goldman on waiter Wolf Jan. 22 the annual Washington a birthday Ball co sponsored by Julian Freeman and Harry card party to Benefit shul a card party will be Given by the sephardic club at 8 p. M. Sunday at the club Headquarters 203% w. Ray st., for the Benefit of the sephardic synagogue. Refreshments will be served without charge and the Community is invited. Troi nerhood to Honor rabbi Greenfeld oct. 21 the Temple brotherhood of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will Honor rabbi William p. Greenfeld new spiritual Leader at Beth Al Zedeck Temple at the first meeting of the season a dinner at 6 30 p. M. Monday oct. 21. Maurel Rothbaum will arrange the meeting. Morris Goodman brotherhood president has announced committee Heads for the coming year. They include Julian Kiser program chairman Bernard Bloom publicity chairman or. Harold Stadler Telephone and sick committees Mark Cohen and Nat Smith co chairmen hospitality Jack Efroymson and Fred Fishman membership co chairmen or. Smith Liaison with sisterhood and Jack Kammins discussion group. The sisterhood on feb. 22 a Herff Are Memluk is of the come purim party March 6 with can Unity fund Board a thers in an Tor Moses Silverman As guest off Clai. Opacity Are Phil Adler artist William Mandel authority or Quot vice president of the com a in Russia March 19. Hallet Unity fund and j j Kiser a Abend speaking on the far East member cd budget commit april 16 and Michael Rosenberg be entertainer at the closing smoker local jewish Agency require and Buffet dinner May 21. Ments for 1947, according to a preliminary estimate will be a. Forbes to address proximately $85,000. Agencies receiving their budgetary needs Locell b Nal b nth through the jewish federation Gilbert Forbes local radio com which is a constituent of the men Tator will address members Community fund Are the jewish of Indianapolis by Nai b Rith at Community Center association the first meeting of the season big Eagle Camp the jewish fam at 6 30 p. M. Tuesday oct 22, at ily service and the Joseph and the Lodge Headquarters 38th st. Anna Borinstein Home for the and College ave. Aged. Mrs. Shulman 1st in series to explain welfare fund uses mrs. Avis Shulman who wiil speak in Indianapolis oct. 24 under the auspices of the jewish welfare fund is the first speaker in a series planned to acquaint the Community with the purpose of the funds collected during the recent Campaign. Samuel Mueller welfare fund president is general chairman of the arrangements committee for on or. Mueller a com p j a a Mittee Are rabbi William Green �310 3my 58t16s Feld mrs. Louis Fink or. And it a Farl a Lyrl 9�i mrs. Herman Challe or. Leon 10 Uci. Levi Sidney Cahn Edward m. Announcement of a series of Dayan and or. Harry a. Jacobs card parties to be held at the there will be no solicitation at Homes of members of the Beth the meeting. £1 sisterhood from 20 to mrs. Shulman recently return a Jov 1 has been made by mrs. De from an extensive trip Over Unger it chairman of the pro seas in which she visited the . Proceeds of the parties will Camps in both the american and Benefit the work of the sister British zones at the time thou Hood and go to the torah schol Sands of jews were escaping warship fund from the terror and pogroms of Poland and was in Palestine assisting mrs. Unger in plan during the recent bombing and Ning the parties Are mrs. Abe up the turning Back of refugee ships Stein mrs. Harold Goldberg and to Cyprus. She has also been a mrs. David Hollander chairman Chalut Zah in Palestine having of the scholarship fund. Anyone lived and worked for several willing to act As hostess at a years on a modern Farmers col party for this purpose is asked elective sharing in the daily to Call mrs. Unger or mrs. Hoi problems of the jewish pioneers Lander

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