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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 26, 1975, Indianapolis, IndianaTel Al Indiana shalom. Today is Friday september 26, 1975 lev and Opin. V0z9v put of Puj m n a via a i it in a a a Vav to Jay 611 n. Park ave. A me 4-1307 volume Xiii no 3 bouquet of week a it memo to Marer Flower shop z 1622 North Meridian Street a Send this week s bouquet to a 2 Harold Saskin j jewish Community accepts two cambodian families our bouquet this week goes to Harold Saskin for his Many years of Volunteer services to the Community. Harold was born in the a Harbor area of Indiana near Gary and came to Indianapolis 18 years ago. Since his arrival Here he has been involved in numerous fundraising activities in the Community helping to raise Money for Many denominations. He has raised funds for congregation Beth Al Zedeck serving on Many committees including the raffle committee and the Ushers committee. At congregation by Nai torah he recently assisted in raising funds at the men s club annual fish Fry event As Well As numerous other menus club functions in the past several years at by Nai torah. A this flair for fund raising and his enthusiasm has helped to raise funds for Many causes including Many interdenominational organizations according to rabbi Sidney Steiman of congregation Beth Al Zedeck who has known Harold for Many years and says that a the has been a very diligent fund Raiser All the years that i have known a member of the menus clubs of both by Nai torah and Beth Al Zedeck Harold also helps fundraiser for the Hoover Wood Guild democratic club boys club of America and b Nai by Rith. He was also one of the instigators Harold Saskin of the Beth Al blood Bank. Harold was awarded a plaque for outstanding service and achievement from the Indiana democratic club in 1974. Harold is a former employee of the Indiana jewish Post and currently Sells advertising for the labor news. He is married to Mollie Vivien Strauss and is the father of a son or. Gordon Saskin a surgeon who is currently practising Medicine in st. Petersburg Fla. According to his wife Mollie a a Harold a Hobby is raising Money for worthy it is with our warmest wishes that we Send this weeks bouquet to Harold Saskin. Two cambodian families Are being resettled with the Aid of the Indianapolis jewish Community. The huor family Mother and father and two children Are being sponsored by the jewish family and children s service and the seng family is being Tea to Honor Uliana leaders Munster a a Tea honouring presidents of jewish women a service organizations in the Illiana Region will be held sept. 30 at the Home of mrs. Mark Gelfman 1524 Elliott drive the newly appointed president of the women a division of the Northwest Indiana jewish welfare federation. The Tea will be the first Opportunity for the organizational leaders to discuss services offered to the Community by the jewish welfare federation. $1000 internships Are offered Here internships totalling $1,000 for Young people to work in any jewish welfare federation Agency from now until next Spring were being offered to Young College grads or upperclassman. The interns would spend something less than 20 hours a week working part time. Applicants should apply to Carolyn Leeds 637-2473 by oct. 6. Sponsored jointly by the Sam Chernine and the Irwin katzes together with the Louis Cohen family of Bangkok. The resettlement program is based on the Model of procedures developed for the russian families who have come to Indianapolis. Mrs. . Oakley the Volunteer from the National Council of jewish women said the two families need assistance in finding jobs and also furniture and clothing. The hours who arrived from Camp Pendleton tuesday september 16, have two children a girl nine and a boy six and Are living at Cambridge Square or. Huor has a degree in agronomy from the University of Mississippi but is willing to accept any Type of Job. The hours says that they like the City but has a problem of transportation. He also noted that with the weather getting colder his family would be needing Winter clothes a necessity unknown in Cambodia. The songs have been in Indianapolis for three weeks and Are staying temporarily Ait the Chernine. They also have two children. The girl four attends the Jea Nursery school and the boy six is enrolled at Nora elementary. Or. Seng is a civil Engineer and also is looking for a Job. Or. And mrs. Chernin both said that the Community has been Good to the songs. Jea auxiliary to open year with lunch fashion show a luncheon and fashion show women s clothes by Mark the opening meeting of sophisticates Ltd modelled by the jewish educational Asso . Mothers and citation auxiliary at 11 45 . Preschoolers. Monday sept. 29 in the for reservations Call mrs auditorium. Sara Sakowitz 255-6384, or mrs. The fashion show will present Gerry Mandelbaum. 255-7550. B Nai b Rith to hear two candidates Lodge 58, at 8 . Thursday oct. 2 at the jewish Community Center. The meeting has been entitled a an evening with the mayoral candidates Quot and the Community is invited. The two candidates for mayor William Hudnut and Robert Welch will discuss their policies at the meeting of by Nai b Rith Beth Al Zedeck to consecrate 35 first graders in Beth Els religious school will be formally initiated into the study of torah at the traditional consecration ceremony held during Sim Chat torah services 6 30 ., saturday. September 27. Rabbi Sidney Steiman and Cantor Robert Zalkin will conduct the service assisted by the Junior choir. Miniature torahs will be presented to the children. Serving As Honor guards will be the following fathers or. Myron r. Kirsh and or. Norman h. Liebschutz. A reception will follow the service. Those who will be consecrated Are Michael g. Aron Rena Bernstein Karen j. Bretzman Steven j. Congress Lewis m. Farber Jennifer b. Fogle David r. Friedlander Karen e. Ganden Nili Dorit Goren Arthur w. Greiner Benjamin b. Karp David w. Kemer Robert b. Kirsh Jodi a. Klain Ann l. Kroot Jennifer a. Levin Scott n. Liebschutz David l. Marcus Howard l. Morse Paula a. Nahmias Brian s. Popp Matthew s. Regenstrief Jay Rosenstein Stephanie Schankerman Robert e. Schwartz Gregory j. Simon Stephen d. Snyder James m. Sotus Deborah j. Steinberg Stuart m. Steinfeld Julianne m. Subrin Michael h. War Shawsky Eric s. Weisfeld Alan b. Yosha Stacie f. Zukerman. Centennial theme of fall study group the Beth Al Zedeck sister Hood fall study group under rabbi Sidney Steiman will begin at 9 30 . Wednesday oct. 1 and will meet on wednesdays through oct. 22. The theme will Mark the Bicentennial year. The subjects rabbi Steiman will discuss Are oct. 1 a a Early jewish oct. 8 a a migrations before 1900." oct. 15 a a migrations from Eastern oct. 22 a a the present scene of the registration for the class is now in Progress. Folk festival to perform Munster the Israel chassidic Folk festival will perform at Munster High school at 2 . Sunday oct. 19. The group launched in 1969 As an annual contest for the Best music set to biblical verses has become one of israelis most popular musical events. Tickets Are available through the Northwest Indiana jewish welfare federation office at 4844 Broadway Gary or by calling ticket chairperson mrs. Tom Mohr at 219 838-7775.Hudnut, Welch to Tulk at sisterhood opening meeting the two candidates for mayor of Indianapolis William Hudnut and Robert Welch will feature the program of the opening meeting of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation sisterhood at 11 30 . Monday oct. 13. The program was arranged by mrs. Murray Feiwell and mrs. David Kleiman newly installed president will preside. The opening prayer will be presented by rabbi Murray Saltzman and reservations Are being taken by mrs. Jerome Strauss 253-0007 and mrs. Stanley Herman 253-0930. Sisterhood officers for 1975-76 Are president mrs. David Kleiman first vice president mrs. Stanley Braun second vice president mrs. Wililiam Greenwald third vice president mrs. Carl Ambrey treasurer mrs. Harry cooler assistant treasurer mrs. Stanley Phyllis Herman financial Secretary mrs. Paul Stark assistant financial Secretary mrs. Michael Smith recording Secretary mrs. Jerald Ancel corresponding Secretary mrs. Harvey Himelstein parliamentarian mrs. Morris Stoner historian mrs. Charles Hamer and National Board members mrs. Charles Fisch
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