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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 30, 1955, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 per year the wish i Osani Ahvan Givis a Vicini o d bed Duif you let the people know they can act intelligently Indiana edition Friday september 30, 1953 Post office Indianapolis Indiana. Registered As second class matter volume i a no. 5 / bring on the cameras a fam to to televise Golden agers sukkot powder paint and Light Blue shirts will be appropriate dress for the Golden age club at its annual sukkot party. Arrangements have been made to have photographers present to record the party the clubs first affair this season for presentation on Gilbert Forbes 10 15 . Program Over a fam to some Day later next week. The party will take place in the Kirshbaum centers pukka from 1 30 to 3 30 . Tuesday oct. 4. Henry Brown will chant the Kiddush. Walter Goldmann musical director at congregation Beth Al Zedeck will be assisted by a member of his choir in a Medley of songs traditional for holidays throughout the year. Community singing of other traditional melodies will be led by by Bekoff the clubs adviser. Anyone interested May attend. Transportation May be secured by contacting mrs. William Hene go 7992. The pukka will be decorated traditionally by a committee headed by club president mrs. William m. Shupinsky. Bekoff. And members of the centers staff. Refreshments will be served by a committee headed by mrs. Isadore Muschell. On the committee Are a cow fund affair set for february Indianapolis Council women have decided to hold their annual ways and Means affair in february. 1956. No More definite Date has yet been set. The preliminary planning committee for the affair met Friday. Sept. 23. At the Home of its chairman. Mrs. Nat Smith 1060 w. Kessler blvd. Members of the committee include Mes. Simon Ackerman. David Blumenthal Clarence Budd Theodore Dann Richard Efroymson Marc Grank Sanford Green. Jack Kammins 1 Goldie Lutz Lewis Osterman Jack Rosenfeld Joe Rothbard Maurel Rothbaum Herman Schnabel. Herman Shuloff Edward Spiers. Victor Teixler and Walter Wolfe. Mes. Norman Katzman William Riskin Leo Paul Heinz Hammer Schmidt Oscar Mintzer Bernard Frazin Bertha Marx Isadore Mark and Joseph Adel Man and miss Frances Mazur. The Golden age club is co sponsored by the Council of jewish women and the jewish Community Center. Members of councils Golden age committee Are co chairmen mrs. Oscar a. Mintzer and mrs. Max Schreier Telephone squad transportation chairman mrs. William Hene and advisers Mes. Bernard Frazin Samuel Kroot and g. M. Oakley and miss Frances Mazur Golden age bulletin mrs. Julian Freeman and mrs. Gerald Paul prizes mrs. John Spitz program mrs. Oscar Zaft Liaison to publicity committee mrs. Jerome h Siskin and Liaison to Council bulletin mrs. Lewis Schwartz. Sectarianism schools jews relation to Israel is panel topic a what should be the relationship of a jew in America to Israel a will be the topic for a symposium to be presented by the Indianapolis chapter of the american jewish Congress on wednesday oct. 5 at the building. It will Start promptly at 8 30 . Panellists will include Allen w. Kahn president of the local chapter of the american jewish committee rabbi William p. Greenfeld of Beth Al Temple. The regional office of the american Council for Judaism has been asked to furnish a spokesman. Irving l. Fink local Congress president announced that the meeting is open to the Public and that a question period will follow the interchange of ideas by the speakers. Reported to Senate unit Jarc announces questionnaire response sectarianism has intruded into Indianapolis Public schools in four separate ways during the past few years the United states Senate was told this week. Responding to a questionnaire from the subcommittee on constitutional rights of the Senate judiciary committee the City a jewish Community relations Council listed the four As the experimental course of teaching about religion released time Bible Reading and distribution of Gideon bibles. They Are. The Jarc asserted a a denial of the rights expressed in the religion clause of the first but a generally speaking a the Council indicated a the present state of affairs in the United states with respect to the rights expressed in the religion clause is Jarc opposes congressional action in the area of religious rights. The questionnaire which the subcommittee sent to interested persons and organic Zions. Will be used As a basis of the Hennings committee hearing on the present status of the constitutional separation of Church and state. The hearings Are scheduled to Start in Washington monday oct. 3. Jarc reaffirmed its belief that the phrase in the first amendment a make no Law respecting the establishment of religion a constitutes a prohibition against any direct or indirect government Aid to churches or religious sects even on a non preferential basis. It agreed that the fourteenth Amer dment makes the same prohibition against acts by state or local governments. N _ colonel Dina Werth Israel Bond speaker mrs. Michael Stavisky Bond tour companion Hadassah and zionists to receive Dina Werth before her Bond talks Hadassah and the zionist organization of America will jointly receive israeli colonel Dina Werth at the Lincoln hotel from 3 to 5 p. M. Sunday oct. 2. Accompanying colonel Werth will be her close Friend and travelling companion during her Beth Al sisterhood sets Board meeting the new seasons first Board meeting of the Beth Al Zedeck sisterhood will take place at 8 15 p. M. Monday oct. 3. In the Home of mrs. William p. Greenfeld. Council of jewish women names members in skits Council of jewish women members Mes. Herbert Backer. Allen Dale Richard Efroymson. Richard Glasser Milton Law Godfrey i Efton Robert Levin. Stanley Rammelsburg. Jack Rosenfeld Maurel Rothbaum. Herman Schnabel Robert Schwab. Morris Stoner Sidney Tuchman and Oscar Zaft will participate in a series of skits at the group s opening luncheon. The luncheon will be held at the Westchester country club at 12 30 p. In. Monday oct. 3. New members Wall be guests. A Council the skits. Were written by Mes. Robert Schwab. Richard Glasser. Morris Stoner and Sam Chernin in Celebration of councils 60th birthday. They will portray highlights and outstanding services in councils history. Mrs. Stanley Talesnick and mrs. Fred Falender Are hospitality chairmen. Opening prayer will be by mrs. Julius Maurer closing prayer by mrs. Oscar Mintzer. Luncheon charge is $2. Reservations May be made by calling mis. Judd Ferenz. Al 7-9425, or mrs. Maryan Block. Gl-7826. Current tour mrs. Michael Sta risky National head of the women a committee for Israel Bonds. The colonel who is coming Here to help the current Israel Bonds Campaign is training officer for a Chen a israelis women a army. She will speak in a private Home sunday night and at the Westchester country club at a monday. Oct. 3, luncheon. She is expected to describe in detail the work done by a a Chen women Are being trained in All phases of the military preparedness Effort including shooting guns and firing grenades during their two year stints. They Are also getting vocational schooling. Colonel Werth is especially proud of the educational system. A a we let can to beat our Arab Ettinger to chair Zoa lunch meet Shoolem Ettinger will chair the luncheon session of the 16th annual convention of the Ohio Valley Region of the zionist organization of America at the fort Hayes hotel in Columbus Ohio on sunday oct. 16. Harry Torczyner of new York a Zoa National executive committee a Piber and National chairman of the commission on Israel and the Middle East will speak. Neighbors in numbers but oui greatest weapon is our culture a she says. Mrs. Stavisky who lives in Clay shipped new Jersey has been interested new York the first ship in Palestine since her Early ment of 700 tons of fire Clay to youth. She journeyed to Israel i be made into fire bricks was with her husband in 1950 and a sent recently from Wadi Ramon again As part of an Israel Bond a Israel to the Naaman Brick fac delegation in 1953. Tory there. Head of Huc department to give Temple Sermon rabbi Sylvan d. Schwartz Man of the hebrew Union College an authority on jewish education will be the first guest rabbi of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation at 8 . Services Friday sept. 30. A a rabbi Schwartzman will also conduct the services on saturday morning. In addition to being head of the religious education department rabbi Schwartzman also holds an administration Post in the hebrew Union College. Rabbi Schwartzman has also held pulpits at Boston with the late rabbi Joshua loth Lieb Man and at Atlanta and Nashville. He has authored books on religious subjects which Are in use in sunday schools. He holds several posts in the Reform movement including membership in several commis Sions of the Central conference of american rabbis. Rabbi Schwartzman has been helping with the sunday school curriculum of the Temple and has been guiding the school director Lawrence Meyers. Sylvan d. Schwartzman inc guest Rabid

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