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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 16, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaThe Post and opinion wishes All a Hap passover 15c per copy published weekly a jewish Post us o d Quot if you let the people know they can act intelligently Indianapolis edition Friday april 16, 1965 volume xxx no. 32sigma Delta Tau rabbi to head pane to Mark 2sth year on race a irritations six Indianapolis women who were among the founders of Sigma Delta Tau at Indiana University wiil meet with other alumnae and the present Day actives on april 24-25, in Bloomington to celebrate the chapter s 25th anniversary. They Are mrs. Leon Engel mrs. Leonard Koplow mrs. Herbert Larman mrs. Irving Linderman mrs. Julius Maurer and mrs. Sherman Weinstein. The chapter was founded on april 20, 1940, alien 18 members of a local sorority were initiated As members of Sigma Delta Tau National collegiate sorority. Eleven of the founders will attend the reunion. Other Indianapolis alumnae who will attend Are mrs. Leonard Berman mrs. Robert Borns mrs. Leon Cohen mrs. Sidney Eskenazi mrs. Charles Fisch miss Charlene Greenberger mrs. Harry Hoch Man. Mrs. David Kleiman mrs. Ronald Leve mrs. Robert Levin mrs. Stanley Miller mrs. Franklin Miroff mrs. Harry Morgan mrs. Philip Pecar mrs. Robert Romer mrs. Morris Stoner mrs. Stanley tales a i c a and mrs. Myron set on education in Mississippi miss Donna Brod a member of t h e teenage Council of the jewish Community Center will present a program telling about the educational problems of school children in Mississippi at the april 27 meeting of the b Nai b Rith menorah chapter 924. The meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Sanford Schwartz 7726 Lieber Road at 8 15 . Those attending the meeting Are asked to bring ome kind of school Supply. Business meeting and refreshments will follow. Mrs. Joan Horwitz is in charge of Ai b Rith girls elect officers Joan Winters has been elected president of b Nai brith girls chapter 340 in an election held april 7 at the Home of mrs. Sheila Greenwald chapter Spon a or. Other officers Are Diane Logan vice president Laura Dorfman recording Secretary Marlene Levy corresponding Secretary Gaylene Goren treasurer Carol Epstein reporter Helene mesh Lana sergeant at arms and Laurie Tumpf and Mayi Morris Counselor. Mrs. Lou Logan is co adviser. Members of the Indianapolis alumnae league who have been working with the Active chapter in planning the reunion Are mrs. Cohen mrs. Larman. And mrs. Morgan. Events on the schedule include Tours of the chapter House and the Campus a reunion dinner and an informal Brunch in addition to class reunions. Alumnae from All Over the country will attend the reunion including these from Indiana South Bend mrs. Bernard Ein mrs. Robert Turbow mrs. Edbell mrs. Burt Jaffe and mrs. Albert Katz. Fort Wayne mrs. L. Rifkin mrs. B. Turansky mrs. Kent Wenbert mrs. Neil Sandler and mrs. Leonard Wentraub. Gary mrs. Jerome Korn mrs. Michael Kraft and mrs. M. Cobrin. Marion mrs. Henry Fleck and mrs. Leon Plank. New Castle mrs. Robert Dann Winchester mrs. H. Zaltsberg Elkhart mrs. E. Glaser Evansville mrs. Stanley a ter Bloomington mrs. David Dansker and mrs. Irving told for Israel culture House the America Israel cultural foundation has executed a contract for the Purchase of a five Story House designed but Stanford White which will become the Israel culture House it was announced by Isaac Stern the foundations president. In discussing plans for the House Stern said that the foundation intends to make it into a Center in the United Stales for All of israelis cultural life a its creative expression and performing arts. The foundation which is this year celebrating its 25th anniversary is the american organization that raises funds to support cultural projects in Israel and cultural exchanges with Israel. And to Grant scholarships to gifted Young israelis. The property located at 4 East 54th Street in new York City is being purchased from Harry Waxman realtor and builder. It currently houses his business office and the office of the Waxman foundation. Daniel Friedman of Williams amp company is the broker. A substantial part of the Purchase Price of the House was underwritten by leaders and friends of the foundation including a contribution from or. Waxman. In describing the present plans for the Israel culture continued on Back Page a panel discussion on a areas of irrigation in negro White relationships Quot will conclude the Adl regional advisory Board meeting on april 24, at the Morris inn in South Bend. Leading the panellists will be rabbi Karl Richter of Temple Sinai in Michigan City. Rabbi Richter is an Adl Board member a member of the Michigan City human relations commission and Quot a Long standing Champion of Equality of Opportunity. Participating in the panel will be Leonard Opperman of South Bend. Opperman is also an Adl Board member and one of two jewish senators to serve in the 1965 Indiana legislature. Rounding out the panel group next 2 weeks crucial for Jef Campaign the next two weeks Are crucial for the jewish welfare federation Campaign. The Campaign leadership headed by Overall chairman Sigmund Beck pointed out this week the time from now u Ltd the end of april will determine whether Indianapolis will again Register one of the Best drives in the nation a As was the Case last year a or whether a to u r town Quot will play Quot second Fiddie to other cities. So far the key leadership conceded the 1965 drive has the makings of another successful venture. But at the last Check Overall figures were running less than 10 per cent ahead of 1964. Quot the next couple of weeks will show where we stand Quot said Beck. A a it a going to take an All out Effort on the part of every division Leader and every team Captain to bring this Campaign to a successful Beck pointed out that several divisions were lagging in getting their pledge cards processed. He urged those responsible to embark on an All out Effort this weekend and next a and during tile week a to wind up the drive. The Jef is not just the largest single fund raising Effort in the City on behalf of Many major jewish causes. It is also part of a massive National Effort undertaken by some 200 jewish federations and welfare funds in this country and in Canada. Through combined efforts last year Indianapolis raised about $465,000. That was the City s share of the $120 million raised by Central jewish Community campaigns in the two countries. Every jewish person finds in this combined Campaign tho cause that concerns him most be it on the local National or overseas level. From the local Campaign 44.4 per cent of the total is earmarked for the United jewish Appeal. All told More than 60 agencies share in the allocations. During the last Quarter of a Century the annual jewish welfare fund campaigns have raised $2.7 billion to Rescue and save Well More than one million jews and to provide a Complex of essential services at Home and abroad. The local Campaign leadership said it concedes these Are magnificent past accomplishments but added jewry a responsibilities today Are just As vast As in the past a the challenges even greater. Up to now the Campaign has gone Well. The Quot clean up Quot is the big chore remaining. A your people who have Given Are generous a said Beck. A a great Many of them have increased their annual contributions substantially. They understand the needs but there is a Sharp distinction to be made Between partly fulfilled Promise and utter reality. Between a half finished Job and the far greater benefits of an Over the top Jef presiden a Ben do Mont and other key Community leaders joined Beck in a final Appeal to those who have not yet been solicited. A those who have not yet Given must match the generosity of those who have made their contributions a their joint statement said. A by doing so they will also help assure that the Community a Ever increasing demands for services can be told offer trip plans the Indianapolis senior citizens Center is offering a series of trips to All older adults in the Community. These trips conducted by a trained staff member and a registered nurse Are paced for the Comfort of senior citizens. Prices Are kept reasonable and cover All expenses except meals. The next trips coming up Are new York and the worlds fair april 30 through May 7 a $116 and Holland Michigan Tulip festival May 11 through May 14 a $47. Reservations Are being accepted now. Limited space is available. For More information Call me 4-2857, and ask for mrs. Riehl is Valjean Dickinson a negro legislator who was Active in the 1965 session in securing stronger civil rights legislation. The Board meeting will also include discussions on techniques for counteracting the influence of the Radical right a report of a High school teacher from Mishawaka Indiana on the effectiveness of Adl publications used in his sociology course consideration of methods to alleviate problems of social discrimination practice by a number of Indiana country clubs and the development of policy statements concerning me course Adl is to take in combating challenges to Long standing policy on Church state relationships. Conference participants will be guests of the South Bend members of the Adl regional advisory Board at a cocktail party in Honor of or. Benjamin r. Epstein. Or. Epstein is National director of the Adl and will deliver the banquet address at the conclusion of the meeting. Thomas d. Mantel Adl Indiana Rab chairman will introduce or. Epstein at the 7 30 . Dinner. The dinner meeting is open to members of the South Bend jewish Community and they Are cordially invited to attend. Morris Polis and mrs. Marvin Krueger of South Bend Are in charge of named to men s club Post at the annual conference of the mid West Region of the National federation of jewish menus clubs Howard Baumann was elected vice president of the Region. This represents a first in the 15-year history of the Region wherein anyone out ski i of the Chicago area has a been honoured with so High an office. Baumann presently holds office As a director on the National Board and of his Temple As Well. Baumann is a past president of the Beth Al Zedeck menus club and is presently chairman of the Temple youth Independence Celebration planned under the auspices of the Indianapolis zionist District there will be a special Israel Independence Day Celebration on May 16. A fitting program is being prepared which will be announced soon. We urge All the jewish organizations and the Community at Large to Reserve this Day in order to celebrate this historic event

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