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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 17, 1948, Indianapolis, IndianaPublished weekly c Indiana state Library c i to 4 so 5 l the wish Post if you let the people know they can act intelligently 10c per copy $1. 10 per year Indiana edition Indianapolis ind. Friday september 17, 1948 vol. 4.�?no. Hadassah groups to begin years work this week business Hadassah to open with Buffet supper sept. 22 a Buffet supper at the Home of mrs. Jack Axelrod 3333 Ruckle st., will be held to open the meeting season of business and profession Hadassah. The supper will be held at 6 30 p. M. Wednesday sept. 22, and the group will have As guest mrs. Ernest Peiser of Kansas City a National Board member of Hadassah who will address the local chapter of her Organiza Hadassah Debs invite local girls to Tea the Hadassah Deb opening Tea will be held at 3 p. M. Sunday sept. 26, at the Home of mrs. Leo Lippman 5902 North Meridian st a guest speaker will be featured and All girls of High school age Are Welcome. Tion the same Day. On the program will be musical selections by mrs. Stanley Levinson accompanied by Walter Goldman and Community singing of palestinian songs. Mrs. William Frank temporary program chairman will direct a play let in which she also will participate. The cast will include mrs. Edward Fershtman mrs. Sam Goldstein Evelyn Rabb Lillian Lov Lnger Rose Tobias Maralene Lurie Alice Davidson Lillian Feldman Lillian Landy and Esther Forman. Officers for the year Are Bess Drainer president Ida Bluestein fund raising chairman miss Lov Lnger membership chairman miss Landy. Treasurer miss Rabb recording Secretary miss Feldman corresponding Secretary miss Lurie inf chairman and miss Forman publicity chairman. Hadassah head sets special Board meeting mrs. Max sell president of Hadassah has called a special Board meeting at 8 15 p. M. Tuesday sept. Is at the Home of mrs. H. Challe 5415 Washington blvd., to discuss current projects and plans with mrs. Ernest Peiser political and educational chairman of the Hadassah Missouri Valley Region. Mrs. Peiser will be guest speaker at the opening of Hadassah on wednesday sept. Is. Rabbi Wasser to speak at Tea yom kippur dance is moved girls Between 18 and 25 Are invited to attend the annual membership Tea of Junior Hadassah to be held at the Home of mrs. Lipot Frankovitz 5555 n. Meridian st., at 3 p. A sunday sept. 26. Rabbi Max Wasser new assistant rabbi at Beth Al Temple will address the group mrs. Isidor Nahmias in charge of the program Hadassah Leader to address luncheon meeting wednesday mrs. Ernest Peiser of Kansas City a member of the National Board of Hadassah will be guest speaker at the opening luncheon of the Indianapolis chapter mrs. Harry Brodey program chairman said this week As plans for the first meeting were completed. The luncheon will be held at Beth Al Temple at 12 30 p. M. Wednesday sept. 22, and will be prepared by last Biles held members a a. Mrs. Philip fichmar., member. A or Hess i Eitleman ship chairman will extend Greet the Indianapolis jewish com ins to Over 100 new members Unity Learned with Shock this who win he guests of Honor and week of the death in Boston of mrs Stanley Levinson will Premiss Gertrude Feibleman 69, on se"1 a musical program a com sunday sept. 12. She had been ill pained of mrs Abe Goldstein for six weeks and was visiting mrs. Aaron Arnold will give the her Niece mrs. Harry b. Smith opening prayer and the closing the former Florence Efroymson prayer will be Given by mrs. Sam. Of Indianapolis. Be Levin. Miss Feibleman had been Active mrs. Peiser who is political and and was Well known for her civic educational chairman for the and Community endeavours As Well Missouri Valley Region recently As for her service to the jewish returned from Europe where she Community. She was one of the toured do Camps in Italy and organizers of the jewish federa France to study conditions of tion had served in Many com jewish children. She will Rosetta Segal membership chairman. Is in charge of the Tea assisted by Libby Solotken. School vocational training Center housing 400 children in Palestine. A building fund of $700,000 has been pledged by the group nationally for a five year enlargement add vice chairmen vice chairmen of the East Central annual yom kippur night dance states Region of the joint distribution committee at its annual meeting last weekend were or. N. L. Calon fort Wayne and Cyrus Wechsler Gary. A change of plan was announced by Sara passo president of the project organization for the locale of the Ann Calderon jr., is chairman originally scheduled for the of the dance assisted by Helen knights of Columbus auditorium. Bloom Ruth Haas Joan Kauff it will be held at the Indiana Ball Man mrs. Nahmias mrs. Sidney room wednesday oct. 13, for the Sakowitz Maryanne Schwartz Benefit of Meier Safeyah a Home and Sadelle Bergman. Unity fund drives and had served the red Cross in an Active capacity during both world wars. She also was an Active member of the league of women voters. Make she is in the other talks while City. J hostesses for the luncheon Are the Mes. Lipot Frankovitz. Abe miss Feibleman a graduate of Miller Max Rutenberg Henry school 9 and of Shortridge High Glazer and Albert Baumohl. Re school in 1895, was the daughter of Charles b. Feibleman and nations at $1.50 each May be Rachel Kahn Feibleman. Her made by calling mrs. Oscar a i father was one of the Early pert by. 2949. An attendant wih lawyers of Indianapolis. She be present to care for Small Chih continued on Page 24 Dren. / a 15th anniversary article intensified organization broader service for Community Here by Sidney Cahn executive director jewish welfare federation since we Are not seers it is not possible to forecast with any accuracy the future problems of our Community and the organizational methods we will use to solve them. But on the basis of trends in development of the american jewish Community and the Basic foundation we have established we can offer some clues As to what we can do and must do to unite the american jewish Community As an organic unit working together to meet common needs and to solve common problems. Obviously american jewry is bound to overseas jewry especially Palestine by a thousand threads economic spiritual and cultural. This firm relationship will continue and expand. But essentially american jewry is an inextricable and indigenous part of american society. Therefore future development of american society will be a decisive determinant of the problems we will face and the methods we will use for the meeting of common needs and achieving common goals. A continuation of Prosperity and the rights of individuals and groups As guaranteed under the Bill of rights will enable the jewish Community to develop its communal institutions and its spiritual and cultural life on a steady ascending plane. Less fortunate circumstances both economically and politically will pose a set of problems which will require new resources and organization forms. That these Ark not academic matters is illustrated by american jewry s increasing concern with the problem of equal rights Freedom of development and Freedom of Opportunity. During the past three years the Indianapolis jewish Community has been engaged in an intensive process of examining its Community organization Structure its institutional needs and its general services for the strengthening of communal life. Lets examine some of the trends. The Early immigrants to America starting in pre revolutionary Days and up to about 1870, had to adjust to a simpler More flexible american scene. The synagogue was the major institution and All services including education of the Young material assistance and recreational life stemmed naturally from the Community s major institution or even from a feeling of neighbourly responsibility. The vast and drastic change came about in the communal life and its organizational services with the enormous Waves of immigration Between 1870 and 1914 and the simplicity of the communal organization broke Down under the Impact of millions of poverty stricken immigrants from Eastern Europe. Small Independent Relief societies gave Way to More organized communal efforts. Innumerable settlement houses arose in the Large cities to help integrate the immigrants into the new society. Problems became so vast that haphazard methods of financing these services no longer were feasible and by the turn of the Century federations of agencies and Central methods of financing began to take Root. First they had Only a vague understanding of Overall Community planning. The Sharp cleavages Between various jewish groups made a total concept of the Community almost impossible at the time. Second federations were convenient devices on the part of the wealthy members of the Community to streamline their fund raising for the depressed unfortunate groups. It was a charitable movement in a very narrow sense and it was not viewed As a Community coming together to solve common problems. Following the first world War immigration became relatively stable and the patterns of Community life began to emerge in a clearer outline. The immigrant groups obtained a foothold on the economic scene and pressed for inclusion in policy making. But equally important was the emergence of the new science of human relationships modern psychiatry. The whole concept of helping the individual of group behaviour underwent a drastic change. Relief societies gave Way to jewish social service bureaus which dealt with a variety of problems of human relationships. The settlement houses gave Way to the jewish Center. The care of children and aged entered a period of rapid change and we saw the first emergence of Central planning for jewish education and the dissatisfaction with the old cheer and Melamed. The Rise of fascism in Europe which finally culminated in the destruction of six million jews in creased its demands upon american jewry for financial assistance. The old method of a few wealthy men getting together to contribute for the More important needs did not answer the needs of the Day and wider participation of All sections of american jewry was imperative. In other words a concerted acting together As a Community was necessary if the new problems were to be solved. With this broadening of the fund raising base came a clamor for greater participation in communal life by All groups. The interweaving of these various trends a broader participation from All groups in the Community the development of the new science of human relationships the stabilization of the american jewish Community finally evolved these concepts 1. That our services Case work group work jewish education care of the aged and children Are problems common to All people and therefore must be broadened to include a service to All sections of the Community. Tha new concept is All jews working together to help themselves and one another. 2. That there is an interrelationship Between All services and meeting of the Community s needs cannot be done on a haphazard basis. 3. That in the organization financing and planning process All groups must participate for their own Good. 4. That jewish needs Are indivisible and there is a close reciprocal relationship Between overseas jewry and american jewry. 5. That if the solution of jewish problems can be done Only on an All inclusive basis then the Central organization and planning must gain strength. 6. That the complicated nature of the new Community framework makes r mandatory that its services be staffed by Well equipped expertly trained communal servants. Projecting these general trends into the future we can look Forward to a period of greater intensification of Central Community organization the broadening of services within this framework on the part of constituent agencies for services to All people and the bringing together of these services group work Case work jewish education a Community relations care of the aged and children for rational planning for desirable objectives

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