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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 17, 1964, Indianapolis, IndianaA 15c per copy a published weekly $7 per Yea jewish Post e a on Quot if you let the people know they can act in sl7< Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday april 17, 1964 Volunteer of year mrs. Walter Lichtenstein right being pinned with a Volunteer of the years award by mrs. Louis Fink Section president of the National Council of jewish women for her Many years of devoted service to this and Many other organizations. Danish pastor due to speak at inc pastor Poul Borchsenius a danish lutheran minister whom the nazis dubbed a Hie shooting priest Quot will be the guest speaker at the Indianapolis hebrew congregation tuesday april 28, at 8 00 . Pastor Borchsenius is the 1964 by Nai brith visiting lecturer. He comes to Indianapolis following previous successful lectures by or. Cecil Roth and or. Louis Jacobs. The appearance of Poul Borchsenius is co sponsored by the brotherhood and sisterhood of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation the adult education committee of Beth Al Zedeck congregation and the Indianapolis Lodge 58 of by Nai by Rith. The first Book written by pastor Borchsenius Quot the Sun stood still a was published in 1950 and dealt with the establishment of Israel. His major work a five volume history of the jews from the destruction of the Temple to the present under the title a the Long wandering Quot has been translated into 26 languages and an English edition is soon to be published by Simon and schuster. The title a the shooting priest a came to pastor Borchsenius As a result of his rescuing of danish jews during the nazi occupation of Denmark and his anti nazi sabotage and espionage activities. The pastor was not particularly popular in Church circles because of his refusal As a matter of theological principle to convert jews to christianity. A move to charge him with heresy failed when he won his Bishops support. The subject Borchsenius has chosen for his Indianapolis lecture is a anti semitism the guilt of the wisecracks by Norm Weisman Flash Norm w e i s m a n a a writes again the editor promises that my column will be printed As Quot in write it a Flash Stephen Klein of the Sander kleins just a a ring de the Lovely a a Belles Linda Morguelan of Louisville ky., and its engaged a College Romance at . Congrats a Flash the gorgeous Monique Louise continued on Page 15 37% raise pledges Jef Survey reveals an analysis of the jewish welfare federations 1964 fund drive to Date showed this week that 37.3 per cent of contributors whose pledges Are in have increased their gifts. As of Early this week 760 cards had been accounted for and 1,525 were still outstanding. The 760 pledges were Worth $340,571 a an increase of about $15,000 Over the previous week a and More than $65,000 ahead of the same cards a year ago. Campaign chairman Ben Domont reported the drive was running 23.7 per cent ahead of 1963, with the bulk of cards from every major division except key gifts still to be reported. The analysis showed that 284 contributors increased their gifts for a total of nearly $153,000 a $47,543 More than last year a and that 320 other contributors gave the same As in 1963 for a total of nearly $159,000. Only 21 persons to Date have reduced their gifts the report showed for a loss of $1,967, brotherhood award dinner scheduled More than 500 reservations have already been received for rabbi Dressner to keynote Hadassah event rabbi Dressner keynote speaker rabbi Israel s. Dressner will be the keynote speaker of the sunday evening banquet at the Hadassah 15th annual regional conference of the Illinois in Diana Region. The conference held from sunday april 26, through tuesday april 28, presents As its theme a Hadassah says a yes to the future a rabbi Dressner will offer As his address a Freedom a Judaic he has been actively involved in the Freedom movement for several years As a. Member of the a act Core american jewish Congress and Adl. In 1961, he was a member of the first interracial and the Only interfaith Clergyman a free Dom ride to the South. The a Freedom rider Rabbit is the spiritual Leader of Temple Sharey shalom in Springfield new Jersey and was last in Indiana continued on Page sixteen the annual brotherhood award dinner of the Indianapolis chapter of the National conference of christians and jews h. Prentice Browning dinner chairman reported today. The award dinner will be held at 7 ., april 23, in the Indiana roof ballroom. In View of the increased interest in this years dinner As indicated by Early reservations it is expected approximately 800 Central Indiana business civic religious and educational leaders. The dinner will Honor j. Irwin Miller president of the National Council of churches and Raymond f. Albers William l. Schloss and Ernest e. Ittner. Miller will receive the no cd Silver Medalion award and Albers Schloss and Ittner will receive special citations for their work in fostering Temple final plans completed final plans and specification for a new synagogue for the United orthodox hebrew congregation have been completed it was announced this week. Specifications of the new Temple to be located at 5879 Central Avenue Are being submitted to contractors for bids. Plans were prepared by the architectural firm of Bohlem and Burns in co operation with the Uoch building committee. The building program was delayed in order not to interfere with the jewish welfare federation Campaign and will commence sunday april 19. Uoch officials said the cooperation and assistance of the entire Community is solicited to support the drive to build the new Temple. And 135 new pledges have been recorded so far Worth nearly $20,000. Domont and other top Campaign leadership termed the analysis a highly encouraging especially the fact that More than 37 per cent of contributors increased their pledges. The key gifts division for contributors of $500 up had Only 34 cards out of a total of 128 still outstanding. Sigmund Beck is the chairman. Mel Simon a Gold division with pledges ranging from $200 t/1 $499, had 115 cards outstanding Worth More than $32,000. The Silver division under James Ackerman had reported in 143 of 328 cards those still outstanding brought in $16,7/7 last year. This division is for pledges ranging from $50 to $199. Bill Weinsteinn a Bronze division reported 128 of 596 cards in but was running 33.3 per cent ahead of 1963 in pledges under $50. The women a division reporting All units had accounted for nearly $41,000 from 291 cards with the bulk of its work s >11 out. With the exception of the a a pacesetters a contributors of $300 or More a the division s drive started Only this month. Overall the Campaign to Date has raised $65,351 More than for the same cards last year. The Campaign leadership concluded that if this Pace is being maintained the drive will be carried through successfully. The women s division scheduled its first report meeting for next week and the second Overall report meeting will be held tuesday april 21, from 4 30 until 6 ., at the Home of do continued on Page 15 Post column gives hints on finance a weekly column on investing starts today in the jewish Post and opinion. Written by investment Counselor and financial writer Harry c. France the column a a investor a forum a offers readers advice on All kinds of investments a common and preferred stocks Bonds insurance and real estate. Or. France treats insurance government Bonds Large and Small businesses and even savings accounts As investment problems. Quot too Many americans Quot or. France say a let their Money get Lazy. This is because they Don t realize that anyone who has any Money at All is an investor. There Are 126,200,000 investors in the United states and this informative and timely column begins today on Page 15

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