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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 19, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaBeef wishes to a for Happy and prosperous new team. # Quot if you let the people know. They can act intelligently a the wish Post Quot opinion 15c per copy per tear published weekly Indiana edition Friday september 12, 1958 second class mail privileges authorized at new York. New York and Indianapolis. Indiana volume me Xiv a no. 4 pre concert jewish life series set acc to open throttle first full year new building oct. 1 donor workers set sights on iranian youths Hadassah donor workers talk Over the needs a of iranian youngsters who Are enjoying a new Freedom in Israel As they prepare for the chapters donor luncheon scheduled for wednesday nov. 12, at Broadmoor country club. Seated from left Are mrs. Harry Wolf auxiliary Contact chairman mrs. Howard Kahn Contact co chairman mrs. Philip Fich Man program chairman and mrs. Albert Reuben Contact co chairman and chairman of a meeting of donor workers at which donor plans were made. Standing from left Are mrs. Hyman Grande president mrs. Max Selig hospitality chairman and mrs. Jack Maurer patroness by Zalman. A jews jottings watch for de Sullivan s troupe of Israel performers which la be in town on nov. 23. Stone face de who went to Israel to select five acts for his television program wont be Here himself but his performers will. The program will be under the auspices of the local zionist District. Where it la be we done to know yet. But keep the Date open. A did you see a a report in the Indiana jewish chronicle of or. Mordecai m. Kaplanis address at the Beth Al dedication in which or. Kaplan after declaring that synagogues should become similar to universities is quoted As calling on synagogues to teach the a part of a Well and will these synagogues hold saturday night lab sessions on the congregational parking lot though or. Kaplan spoke not of the a part of Loving called on synagogues to but 1 j vow Ach a the Art of living instead a making a that s a lot different. Rabbi and mrs. Morris Feldman will celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary this month. Passage of an appropriation asure to make possible the duration of mayor Baytus com Sion on civil rights was sup ported at a recent Public hearing by Max klezmer former president of the jewish Community relations Council. The appropriation passed on monday aug. 25, by the City Council was also boosted by the Jarc. Did you see a Church workers hurrying up repairs on the old Ezras Achim congregation bldg. Colloquially Spring. Known As the peddle so shul. We were passing by the building sold recently to the workers Assembly and went in. Finding a couple of jewish holy books on the floor we asked the minister who was helping with the repairs what would happen to them. A a they re to be Burnt up it they Arentt picked up soon a was his answer. He then showed us a Large continued on Page 9 inc to paint Pool plans have already been made for repainting the Pool next the jewish Community Center will Start off its first full Jear of programming in its new building at 6701 Hoover Road when it opens the throttle on a full Range of club activities and classes oct. 1. Highlighting t h e programming will do a unique pre concert series to enable symphony goers to become better acquainted with the programs to be played by the Indianapolis symphony orchestra and a Public affairs series. The latter series will include talks by Aaron intrater director of the jewish educational association on a jewish life and thought on the monday nights of nov. 17 and 24 and dec. 1. Other series Are planned but names of speakers and dates of the programs have not yet been determined. William Pelz and or. Gerhard Wuensch of the Jordan school of music will Lead the sessions cacti wednesday evening preceding each concert pair. They will cover the most significant pieces from the concert programs through lectures discussions readings and live Demon Serrations. Series tickets Are being offered Center members in a special Advance Sale at a reduced Price of $1 for the series. Tickets sales will be open to the Community on oct. 1 at $3 for each non member. Reservations can be made by calling the Center at Clifford 1-946s. Joe Adelsman Heads a newly formed Center music committee which is sponsoring the seminar. Committee members include mrs. Julius Brown Wil Liam r. Frank or. Frances Franklin Walter Goldman mrs. Jack a. Goodman mrs. Leo Gurvitz mrs. Aaron intrater mrs. Howard k a h a Danny Kasle Louis Mancl mrs. G. M. Oakley or. Henry Plaschkes or and mrs. David Rosenbaum or. And mrs. Armin Skadron and mrs. Zolten Weisz. Phys de classes to follow demand almost All kinds of classes will be offered participants in i lie jewish Community Center health and physical education program when the department opens regular fall programming on oct. 1, Jerry Sallerson Center physical education director told the Post and opinion this week. A new judo class will be offered he said and first Aid classes and More Archery classes Are in the offing too. What courses the department offers will depend on the demand that develops Saller Sott added. Here Are just some of the classes and activities to be offered a after school gym classes for boys and girls from 8 to 13. A t u m b 1 i no trampoline horizontal bar group games basketball and football. A five gym classes for women to help keep that figure slim and trim. Rhythms and modern dance will be emphasized continued on Page 32 Mes. Goldberg Schahet to visit Israel on Uja Mission by mrs. Emma Kominers Walnut 6-6126 mrs Victor Goldberg 5201 Washington blvd., and mrs. Sam Schahet 221 e. 70th, will Board the Swissair liner on oct. 1 for a flight to Geneva. They will then go to Israel on a Mission in the interest of the women a division of the United jewish Appeal. Before returning Home they will visit several Large cities in Europe. Or. And mrs. Burkhardt l. Dorman and sons of Pasadena of test engineering for the Aero Jet general corporation of a a u s a calif., a a a hand directs a Gopf Ujj corporate and la a pfc Vance plan id Ning for his or. Dorman they had an interesting visit with Post and opinion columnist Carl Alpert from there they went to paler calif., left for their Home last f to Sicily where or. Dorman week after attending the Golden attended a meeting of the and wedding anniversary of mrs. Visor group for aeronautical Dorman s parents or. And i s. Research and development. Jack Berkowitz 5511 College on aug. 31. We extend Hearty congrats la or. Dorman is vice president tons to or. And mrs. Jack Berk Owitz on their anniversary and to or. Dorman for his important contribution to advanced science. Mrs. Jack a. Goodman has Reto attend a mrs. Goodman Cabinet meeting of the United jewish Appeal and also to meet with some of the women of the United jewish Appeal. She returned tuesday sept. 9. Mrs. Goodman who is National chairman of the Uja women a division next month will Lead a delegation of 20 women leaders from communities across the United states on a three week study of programs in Europe and Israel. A a Booth for the world. Have you heard that mrs. Alexander k a h a 600 Forest blvd., who is one of the Board of the Council on world affairs was in Chai be of Booths for the organization at the state fair last week she was assisted by the councils president Preston Woolf. Mrs. Walter Lichtenstein mrs. Jack a. Goodman and Julian continued on Page 4
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