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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 6, 1946, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana edition thess wish Post $3.00 per year 10c per copy journal for Indiana jewry vol. Ii no. 4 Friday september 6, it., de amp a second class matter nov. 9. 1945. At the Post Ottar Ndia Napolia. Ind. Under the set March 3. 1879 sisterhood season opens monday chairmen named the opening luncheon meeting the Beth Al Zedeck sisterhood will be held at 12 30 . Monday in the Temple vestry with rabbi William p. Greenfeld As guest speaker. In addition to rabbi Greenfeld the program will include the opening prayer Given by mrs. Abe Kulwin and the introduction new members by mrs. Lewis Levy membership chairman. The Price the luncheon is $1 per plate. Chairmen the lunch Eon mrs. Leo Shane and mrs. D. Hollander said there will be an attendant to care for Small children. Reservations May be made with mrs. Abe Borin mrs. Harry Freeman mrs. Louis Leffel. Representatives the sisterhood to the federation jewish women a clubs Are mrs. David Granowsky mrs. Ben Prince and mrs. Max Sussman. Committee chairmen and members have been named mrs. Granowsky president announced. They Are religious school committee chairman mrs. Joseph Miller and the mesdames Ben Paller a. Zimmerman Julian Freeman a. Max Leon Frisch and r. Riskin table serving chairman mrs. Abe Borin table setting chairman mrs. Sol sentir women s league chairman mrs. S. Steinberger co chairman mrs. J. Albert november card parties chairman mrs. Abe Unger co chairmen the mesdames Abe Epstein and Ben Shalansky torah scholarship fund mra. David Hollander girl scouts mrs. Manuel Segal Kitchen chairman mrs. N. Regen Strief Library mrs. De Rosenberg meeting hospitality the mesdames Abe Miller Harry Koor and Leo Talesnick Friday night hospitality chairman mrs. Sam Fisher co chairmen mrs. Abe Fivel and mrs. H. Zuker Berg membership mrs. Lewis Levy co chairmen mrs. Abe Goldsmith and mrs. Manuel Leve program mrs. Ben Paris co chairmen mrs. Arthur Schwartz and mrs. Robert Greenberg publicity mrs. Manuel Segal religious Observance mrs. Jack Axelrod remembrance mrs. Meyer Sachs reservations mrs. Tevie Jacobs january family night mesdames Harold Lewis Sanders Klein and Louis Cohn february affair mrs. Nathan regenstrief and mrs. Louis Kahn closing luncheon mrs. Sam Hochman and mrs. Jerome Wachter. Sisterhood committee to report ticket Sale a Check up meeting the ways and Means committee the Temple sisterhood the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will be held at 12 30 p. M. Today at a luncheon at the Broadmoor club. Mrs. Harold Platt chairman requested All committee members to attend and report ticket sales for the annual fall party. Temple sisterhood fall party sept. 17 the Temple sisterhood the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will hold its annual fall party tuesday sept. 17, at the Broadmoor country club. Mrs Harold i. Platt chairman the ways and Means committee has announced appointment her committees to arrange the party. Her co chairmen Are the mesdames Arthur Fairbanks Philip Falender and Sultan Cohen. Committee members Are the mesdames Bert Goldberg Sydney James Mortimer Mann sol Goldsmith Morton Wolman William Meyers jr., Jack Dee Philip Greenwald Hugo Strauss Sil Sll Berman Leon Frank Walter Lichtenstein Ben Fisher Jacob Solomon Joseph Rothbard Victor Goldberg Julian Schwab Sidney Aronson Bailey Brown Harry cooler Frederick Reibie Man Louis Fink Edgar Fass Burg i. E. Solomon Gabe wag Man Joseph Klein Jack Kam mins Nat Smith Lou Leventhal Sydney Romer Lewis Lurie s. C. Bodner Harold Jaffe Oscar Al pert Paul Mode Sidney Mahalo Witz and Louis r. Markun. Honorary members the committee Are the mesdames Morris m. Feurlicht and Maurice Gold Blatt. Mrs. Herbert Backer will present a parody the radio soap operas with cast Young matrons. Proceeds will be used to assist the National organization in the building new edifices the Campus hebrew Union College at Cincinnati. The sisterhood plans to inaugurate Many new projects for the coming season and a Broad program youth activities and sunday school. The Book reviews sponsored by the organization for eight seasons will be continued. The sisterhood party is open to members and guests. Patroness tickets Are $5, general admission $3.50. Full s. O. S. Drive Here opens federation congregations sponsor people asked to Bay extra can items to ship to Europe s needy the jewish federation in conjunction with local temples synagogues the federation jewish women a clubs and menus organizations throughout the City is sponsoring Indianapolis participation in the National . Supplies for overseas survivors drive in the Early fall. In addition to convenient collection depots House to House pick will be made. Badly needed at the present time Are foodstuffs including All canned foods vegetables fish Kosher meats oils and fats in tins chocolate and hard Candy Cocoa Coffee sugar dextrose dehydrated soups dried Beans peas Rice malted milk powder condensed evaporated milk whole milk powder and candles. Members the Community Are asked to place Cartons in their Home and to make regular contributions to it from among the items listed. The s. O. S. Collection j. A. Goodman president the jewish federation pointed out is not a fund raising Campaign but a Relief program the joint distribution committee which seeks 20,000,000 additional pounds supplies for the remaining jews Europe including thousands displaced persons to whom the doors Palestine Are now closed. A drive for clothing children a and babies items and medical supplies will be made later but the present Campaign will concentrate foodstuffs which must be provided in huge quantities if thousands the underfed Are to survive this Winter. Or. Goodman urged everyone to keep this in mind when buying groceries and to include an extra can two with every order to be contributed to the s. O. S. Carton at Home. S. O. S. Committees and chairmen will be announced later together with a list collection depots. Can to wait to get Home with food orphaned jewish refugee children in Budapest hold precious packages Kosher food sent from . By the refugee Immy Gration division the Aguda i Israel youth Council America which has Headquarters at is West 42nd Street new York City. The Council also maintains a guardian sponsorship plan whereby american jews can arrange for the support youngsters like these for one year and the Quot guardian sponsor receives a photograph and correspondence address the child Council women to discuss election information plans special South Bend the Council jewish women will meet thursday evening sept. 10, to discuss plans for informing jewish voters in the coming elections concerning All candidates. Mrs. Louis How will speak. District head speaker for b Nai b Riih women the by Nai by Rith women will open their fall season with a luncheon in the travertine room at the i Ancoin hotel at 12 30 . Wednesday with mrs. By Kornbleet Kansas City president District number 2, As guest speaker. Mrs. S. Cassen will preside and mrs. Jacob Fogle will have charge arrangements. Mrs. Shirley Backer program chairman has announced that mrs. Joseph Mehlman will give the opening prayer and Ann Kahn will play piano selections while mrs. Bert Sicanoff will give the closing prayer. Mrs. Kornbleet will address the group Quot philanthropic institutions b Nai reservations May be made by calling mrs. David Abstine mrs. Joseph Smith. B. B. Women to Greet District president a special Board meeting the by Nai by Rith women will be held at 8 15 . Wednesday at the Home mrs. Harold i. Platt 5664 Washington blvd., honouring mrs. By Kornbleet Kansas City president District no. 2, by Nai by Rith women. All Board members and trustees Are urged to attend and have their reports ready. Shulman sisterhood speaker rabbi Albert m. Shulman will address the Beth Al sisterhood at its first meeting. Rummage Sale sept. 10-11�?the ladies auxiliary the hebrew Institute will hold a rummage Sale at 431 s. Chapin st., thursday and Friday sept. 10 and 11, mrs. Joseph Tomber and mrs. Sam Rodin co chairmen have announced. Round table head resigns the resignation Robert e. Burns executive Secretary the South Bend Mishawaka round table christians and jews has been announced by the co chairmen Louis m. Hammer Schmidt Phillip Weber and prof. Earl f. Langwell. Plans Are under Way for the round table s annual Public dinner meeting to be held oct. 3 with Paul g. Hoffman president the Studebaker corporation acting As toastmaster. Several members the round table have recently returned from the University Chicago where they attended summer courses and did specialized research work inter group education. Notes . Ruby Golofsky will visit his parents in new York for several weeks. David Shapiro left for Detroit after spending the summer in South Bend. Ben Jackson accompanied him. Or. And mrs. Sidney Silber Cleveland returned to their Home after a visit with . And mrs. Eugene Weiss. Marcus Shavel left for Boston to visit for several weeks. Miss Sylvia Pasken i Angeles is visiting . And mrs. Meyer Paskin. Or. And mrs. Myer Vomfeld Are spending their vacation in Syracuse n. Y. Or. Jed mrs. I. Aretz moved to their new Home at 305 South Meade. Or. And mrs. Ray Lipton Springfield o., were the guests . And mrs. Al. Freeman for a week. Mrs. Stanley actor Hartford conn., is visiting . And mrs. Isadore Zeldman. Mrs. Jack Greenfield and Ruth and Arthur Greenfield Mishawaka Are spending several weeks in Cleveland and new York. Mrs. Milton Hoffman honoured miss Betty Lee Mooren with a luncheon saturday and mrs. Ella Vogel honoured her with a luncheon Friday. Miss Mooren will be married in september to Robert Jerome Greenberg Brookline mass. Miss Reva Haas it. Wayne spent the weekend with . And mrs. Joseph Goldwyn. Or. And mrs. Nathan Rodin Barbara Martin and Harold Rodin an Ltd miss Shirley Ginsberg Chicago were the guests . And mrs. Sam Rodin. Miss Nancy Leveson Columbus o., is the guest . And mrs. Louis Frank. Mrs. Charles Feig gave a luncheon thursday for friends. Out town guests were mrs. I. Kolinsky Denver and mrs. Louis san Dock Chicago. Or. And mrs. Louis Fishman and their guest continued Page 16 _ Kwiim Israel women to meet wednesday the ladies auxiliary the k n e s s e i Israel congregation will hold their opening meeting at 2 p. M. Monday sept. 9, at the shul 1023 s. Meridian st All members Are asked to attend this important meeting. A social hour will follow. 3 attempting to swim ashore from tour freedoms drown at Haifa jewish Afeef Jerusalem three twelve passengers who jumped Over Board from the steamship four freedoms have been drowned it was Learned. Their names were not disclosed. Twelve Hundred the ships passengers were finally landed at Fama Gupta Cyprus after being transferred in a British skip. Sixty remained behind in Haifa hospitals. Passengers included jews from Poland Hungary Germany Rumania Austria a Hundred and sixty pregnant u Tunen and two Hundred children chiefly orphans Temple school to open sunday sept. 15 the religious school the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will hold its opening session at 10 a. M. Sunday sept. 15, in the classrooms the jewish educational association. Immediately following the session the children will go for an Outing at Broad Ripple Park. Children whose sixth birthday occurs before Jan. 1 May enrol. The Parent teachers committee in charge includes the Mes. Nat Smith Morris Rothbard Jack Kammins and Marc Frank. Information about classes and registration May be obtained by calling at the Temple. United hebrew card party the United hebrew congregation will sponsor a card social at 7 30 p. M. Sunday in the sep Hardie club rooms Capitol ave. And w. Ray st. Morris Stein chairman arrangements said refreshments will be served without charge and the Community is invited to attend
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