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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 2, 1955, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 per year the wish to i of an r 7 o no j i Bikini a you let the people know they can act intelligently99 to a a i Indiana edition Friday september 2, 1955 registered As second class matter Post office Indianapolis Indiana rabbi Cronbach plans Homecoming rabbi Mihaly won Fellowship rabbis Cronbach Mihaly to Lead holy Day rites at tenth Street Temple rabbis Abraham Cronbach and Eugene Mihaly both members of the hebrew Union College faculty will conduct High holy Days services on Rosh hash Ana and yom kippur at Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Congregation president Jack b. Kammins announced that two separate services will be held on Friday evening sept. 16 and saturday morning sept. 17, and also on yom kippur. For rabbi Cronbach the guest appearance at the tenth Street Temple will be a Homecoming. A native of Indianapolis he graduated from Short Ridge High school and has occupied pulpits in South Bend. Akron and new York City. Rabbi Cronbach has been on the faculty of hebrew7 Union College since 1922. He has written several books on religious subjects. After his ordination by hebrew Union College or. Mihaly was granted the Henry Morgen Thau Fellowship to pursue graduate study. The Holder of a . Degree in philosophy and theology he is an associate professor in rabbinic. Or. Mihaly is the author of a volume on a the theology and philosophy of Isaac some of his recent publications include a the jewish View of marriage a a Reform Judaism and halacha a and a Moses Maimonides a author and teacher for the Job names Kroot conclave adviser new York a Samuel Kroot has been named to the jewish welfare boards 1956 biennial National convention committee. The committee will plan Job so next convention at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in new York from apr. 5 to 8. It consists of 200 jewish Community leaders. Contractors will be asked shortly to bid on the basis of specifications drawn up by fort Wayne architect a. M. Strauss and swimming Pool designer first appearance fall Campaign mortgage approved by federation the jewish welfare federation has authorized an expenditure of $720,000 for the new jewish Community Center building outdoor swimming Pool landscaping equipment and parking facilities to be constructed at 64th st. And Hoover re. As a replacement for Kirsh Baum Center. Pascal paddock. The Pool will have an area of 8,000 Square feet. Martin Larner building fund chairman and president of the jewish Community Center association reported to the Board that More than $313,000 has been pledged thus far. A supplementary Campaign is planned for this fall to raise at least an additional $100,000 in pledges. This amount together with contributions on hand and a mortgage w7ould provide the needed $720,000. The Board agreed to amortize the mortgage by allocation of $25,000 per year for the next 20 years from annual federation campaigns. It May be paid off More quickly if building fund contributions exceed expectations. Salpeter to address a Congress meeting High Salpeter of new York director of organizations of the american jewish Congress will make his first appearance Here As the featured speaker at the Indianapolis chapters opening fall program sept. 12. Illness cancelled the scheduled visit last year of Salpeter author of a Book on Spinoza called a a Baruch and of numerous articles on jewish organizational affairs. Salpeter is also a former executive director of the american friends of the hebrew University and a former assistant director of the new York United jewish Appeal. Borinstein Home initiates services plans for regular services at the Borinstein Home were made possible this week w7hen the reverends Benjamin Aronson and Solomon Silberberg moved to Indianapolis from Detroit. They will reside Here permanently. Traditional services Are planned for each Friday evening at 7 . And each saturday at 8 30 . The first services will be held tonight. Free services will be held on Rosh hash Ana and yom kippur. Those living in the neighbourhood Are invited to participate and help the residents enjoy services right in the Home. Following the custom of the local Congress chapter the opening program will be a dinner meeting and the Homestead 5694 n. Meridian st., has been reserved for the occasion. Guests will have a Choice of club Steak dinners at $2.90 or broiled fish key men High Salpeter first appearance set meals at $2.60. Including gratuity. Congress members and other interested persons May make reservations by calling chapter president Irving l. Fink at b Road w a 6597. Several key men in preparations for the Etz Chaim sephardic synagogues labor Day eve dance at Westlake sunday night get together. Seated left to right Are dance co chairman William Cohen and dance chairman Joseph l. Mallah. Standing behind them left to right Are dance co chairman Jack i. Cohen and and Book co chairman Leon j. Calderon. Sephardic dance sunday to feature Hampton band wine grapes first Jerusalem a Muscat wine grapes were the first to be harvested in the shorn Ron District. The Hampton dance band and its floor show will be the highlight of the evening at the labor Day eve dance to be presented by the Etz Chaim sephardic Synagog together with its Deborah sisterhood. Westlake will be the scene of the dance on sunday night sept. 4. Admin in a is $1.50 per person. Together with its accompanying and Book compiled during the past two months the dance will be the congregations first a fund raising affair of the 195556 season. Joe Mallah has served As Chc seating body has tickets ready the High holy Days seating committee of Central hebrew congregation will be at the Synagog from 1 . To noon on sundays sept 4 and 11, and from 10 30 . To Midnight Sel hot night saturday september 10. All sea holders Are asked to Call for their tickets on one of these dates. Dance chairman. Other committee Heads selected by menus club president Albert s. Calderon and sisterhood president mrs. Leon l. Calderon include mrs. William Butchko Hyman Calderon and Leon Calderon As co chairmen of and Book mrs. Lou Garber a Guys and dolls Page miss Ann Calderon funds publicity co chairmen mrs. David Profeta and Jack a. Cohen and dance co chairmen Joe d. Nah mias. Murray Cohen Irving Calderon William Cohen and Jack i. Cohen. Memorial planned for nazi victims special memorial services for victims of the nazis will be held at 2 . Sunday sept. 11 a the first Day of be Lihotz at Central hebrew cemetery. Survivors of nazi persecution and people who have lost members of their families in concentration Camps will gather in front of the martyrs Monument. Rabbi Nandor Fruchter and Cantor Abraham Portnov will officiate. The Community is invited to attend. Expert to Call for Temple teens a professional caller will Lead an Indianapolis Temple teens Square dance at the Home of Fred Fogle 275 w. 75th st., starting at 8 . Saturday evening sept. 10. Dress will be informal. Refreshments will be served. In Case of rain the dance w ill be held the following night. Denver child Home unit opening lunch thursday new officers will be installed at the opening luncheon of the Indianapolis chapter of the jewish National Home for asthmatic children at Denver at 12 30 . Thursday. Sept. 8, at Westchester country club. Mrs. Robert p. Friedman will install the incoming administration headed by mrs. Joseph Mehl Man. Tire invocation will be Given by mrs. Lottie Schwartz a past president and the closing prayer by mrs. Nathan Stein. For reservations and transportation Call mrs. Edward Levin Glendale 2316, mrs. J. Sacks Broadway 29841 or mrs. Norman Katzman he m Bolt 8366. Mrs. Maurice Atlas is outgoing president of the chapter. New jewish Center Cost $720,000
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