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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - August 1, 1947, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana edition i in. 4theewish post44if you let the people know they can act intelligently 10c per copy $1.00 per y ear vol. 2�?no. 51 Friday August 1, 1947the Man the week Jacob Solof Kenag. 18 last Day for drive solicitors to Check every card with the closing Date of the 1947 jewish welfare fund Campaign finally set for monday aug. 18, and a Gigantic report meeting scheduled for this coming monday noon at the Lincoln hotel workers in both the trades and individual gifts division were strongly urged by Campaign off vials to solicit the remaining cards still in their hands As soon As possible so the Campaign May be wound up with a report on every outstanding card. Welfare fund officials pointed out that where contributors could not be reached or pledges were considered insufficient cards would lie assigned to a special group following the Campaign so that everyone in the Community will be approached for an adequate gift. Jiff collections to re made sunday a rail for volunteers to Aid in the jewish National fund Box collections sunday was issued this week by l r. Leon Levy president of the Indian Apolis zionist District who said the collection will be made Between 9 a. M. And 1 p. M. Sunday. A volunteers Are asked to come to the jewish educational association building 3456 Central ave., Between 9 and 10 a. M. Sunday and anyone who is Able to bring his boar to this Center is asked to do so. Itah i William p. Careen Feld will be in charge of the collection. The following is an analysis of the 1947 Campaign As of this week. Division no. Of amount pledges pledges received in Auto 41 $35.057.00 reported 18 beverage. 2 125.00 120 building material 42 39,660.00 45 food. 58 39,295.00 112 furniture. A a 8,610.00 19 , lawyers and miscellaneous professionals 72 36,597.50 52 jewelry _. 26 50,000.00 35 merchandise. 122 49,250.00 96 menus individual gifts. 238 5,601.15 1480 miscellaneous. 45 1,312.50 physicians dentists. 28 7,875.00 40 scrap Metal _ 43 69,345.00 19 special gifts _. 21 219,560.00 10 theater. 19 7,800.00 3 women s division. _ .1138 73,731.50 200 openings in 4th Camp period carnival sunday to Aid Dps again Campaign leaders called attention to the dire overseas situation with starvation conditions in Rumania and Hungary with the inability of the new International refugee organization to it it big Eagle Camp which already has provided summer Vaca Cope with the Relief situation tons for Over 240 children can still accept a limited number of Britain a interception and return campers for the fourth period beginning aug. 10. Louis Lurie of two boatloads of palestino chairman of the Camp committee said. Bound refugees and the need for highlights planned for the fourth period will be a gala water Large scale Relief and restraining show now in preparation and a measures among the of Cyprus he feels that the other carnival for parents in connect nations will Force Britain to allow tion a it the the joint distribution these homeless people to land on sos Campaign. Cyprus so that ultimately they will be permitted to enter their calling Wabash 2401 Homeland. Germany Austria and Italy. Bright spots of the Black picture painted by Julian b. Venez registrations May be made by by chairman of regions for the United jewish Appeal who spoke a carnival for the Benefit of Here last thursday to Campaign the sos drive will be held at the workers Are France Holland. Or. Solotken a Short energetic Gray haired Man of probably near 60, though the question did t come up at first glance looks like Many another successful business Man. Then he smiles and it is such a warm charming smile that the visitor is instantaneously pleased and at ease. Speaking with a slight accent or. Solotken vigorously but concisely explains the working of his business which he seems by this time to regard As his avocation. Belongs to self made group or. Solotken has a two daughters two sons in Law and two his daughter Jeannette is married to or. Al pert and lives in Indianapolis. His other daughter Charlotte is married to capt. Norman Chas sin a doctor now stationed at the United states veterans Hospital at Canandaigua n. Jake Quot is a typical self made Man. He came to Indianapolis which he loves 38 years ago and went to work As a Butcher boy for $9 a week. He worked six Days a week from three in the morning until nine at night. A year of this was enough and he then went to work for his brother who was in the waste paper business in Greenfield. He married and founded a on a very Small scale a the a Solotken waste paper company which to one of founder of a Coli i work for the jewish Community started As soon As or. Solotken came to the City. He needs of children in do Camps providing greater Opportunity for Camp at 3 . Sunday aug. 3, Belgium and Poland where Grad with games prizes and refresh Ual restoration of economies and ments As the main features. All the organization of cooperatives proceeds will go for the urgent through Jdc loan Kassas Are opposed to or. Mantel s views first was a member of the Sharah parents friends and former big jews to become self supporting. , zionist is emphatic about his belief in the need for a jewish Homeland. A my views Are the exact opposite of or. Mantels Quot he said referring to a statement made in last weeks Man of the week interview by his drive co chairman Samuel j. Mantel. Or. Mantel said his immediate concern is to get people into Palestine and to let others concern themselves with the political situation a zionist activity is the life and the future of the jewish people Quot he said. Quot until we have a jewish state there will be no salvation for the jews of the world and in my belief no Hope for the peace of the he agrees with or. Mantels View however that in the event of a jewish state the people of Palestine should be the ones to decide upon their own president. He feels that the United nations special commission on Palestine is an honest commission and will give a report that can Only result in the admission of Large numbers of jews into Palestine. This will be followed he believes by the admission of Large number into other countries. As to the exodus 1947, refugees on which were refused Entrance into Palestine and into Toefila congregation and was a Eagle campers Are invited. Member of the Beth Al Congre _ gation even before the present building was built. He was one zionist youth leaders of the founders of the congregation which in those Days was holding services at the Oriental thus removing them from Jdc Quot Relief Rolls. Plaguing the entire Relief Situa tion for Jdc has been the tre _ _ _ Mendouse inflation of food and course to open aug. 24 Supply costs reducing the Pur a Large number of registry chasing value of the Dollar to As Lodge at Central Avenue and tons for the zionist youth Lead Little As one fourth its former 22nd Street. Working with men ers training course to be held at buying Power like Joseph a. Borinstein and the big Eagle Camp aug. 24 to sept. Campaign officials asked that late Isaac Marks or. Solotken i has been received from the contributors help facilitate the helped establish the local con Central states zionist Region work of the solicitors by giving Serva Tive congregation. He has Max German member of the pledges when called on and not been on the Board of directors committee planning the Camp asking them to return. This Cour Ever since and for the past two period said this week but Rel Tipsy will enable the workers to years has served As vice Prest actively few from Indianapolis process their cards by the end of and Indiana. The Campaign they said. The nine Day period will be. Dent. In the Early Days he helped found also what is now known a pen t0 Young pf�?T�p1� from 17 to As the jewish educational association and has served As a member of the Board Ever since. 25, although the minimum age originally was set at 18. Fee for the session will be $32.50. A pro he worked actively for years for a ram designed to develop Leader the by Nai b Ruth of whose Board so p a i presented in an at of directors he also was a Mem Ber. Tempt to bring the spirit of pal mrs. Esther Rosenberg Dies in Chicago funeral services were held this week at the Aaron Ruben funeral Home for mrs. Esther ros Enberg former resident who died the importance of working Estine through dancing singing sunday in Chicago. Her health had been poor for some time. Hei and lectures. Anyone wishing to Register or husband David Rosenberg a fur with the general Community and to obtain Complete information Rier died several years ago. Bur for the Benefit of whomever May Call or. German at to. 3389. Ial was in Beth Al cemetery. Needs Aid was emphasized by or. Solotken. Quot i have never shirked responsibility in working for the pit Nic plans announced jewish or non jewish Community a he said Quot and i am glad to survivors Are two sons. Arthur and Joseph Rosenberg both of los Angeles Cal. A brother. Sam Rose Indianapolis four Sis ters mrs. Theresa Arnold Coral Gables Fla. Mrs. Zelda Block arrangements for the family Basket picnic of Central hebrew feel that the jewish workers co congregation planned for Sun operate Well with the general Day. Aug. 17, at Northern Beach and mrs. Leah Skulte both of Community. I think Indianapolis include Quot interesting games and los Angeles and mrs. Christina big an announcement Meyers san Francisco. Cal., and Bis week said my Arand Chim has gone a Long Way in this respect Kuch Wei a to la a pohts staff will Park an Indiana i Wolfe leu dry Man or woman As a Man of the the Honor will be accorded on the hails in Moat cases of work being done at the moment although men and women who have been lenders for years will not be ignored. The annual rout award of a Indiana s jewish Man of the year will most Likely be made from among the weekly winners. Jacob Solotken founder and head of the j. Solotken paper company takes things easy. He celebrated his thirty fifth wedding anniversary monday. Last week he was elected to the presidency of Beth Al Zedeck congregation which he had helped to found and on whose Board he has served since its inception. He also serves As co chairman of the 1947 jewish welfare fund drive and is a Veteran member of the boards of the jewish educational association which he helped to organize of the Kirshbaum Center of the welfare fund and of the zionist organization. In fact when he accepted this Spring the co chairmanship of the drive his son in Law Harry Alpert who is an associate in the business informed a a dad that he would have to Start punching a time clock if he devote a Little More time to the business. Or. Alpert estimates that a dad Quot spends about 80 per cent of his time working for the jewish Community. And or. Solotken maintains that working for the jewish Community is his form of relaxation of he plays Golf and fishes a Little but really does no to have much time for that so that one feels there is reason for the sparkle in the Many a eyes and the vitality in his step. It is obviously a Good thing to spend eighty per cent of the time relaxing a photo by Zalman Cohen Day has the largest Plant of its kind in the mid West. Waste paper and non ferrous metals Are collected sorted graded and re sold to manufacturers of paper from the Alle shanies to the Rockies and to some firms on the Eastern Seaboard who use it to manufacture paper products ranging from corrugated Cartons to stationery. Most of the paper 75 to 80 per cent in fact manufactured in the United states is made from waste paper and waste rag products. Or. Solotken was chairman for the mid West of the Cotton trades division of the National association of waste material dealers during the Era and during the War was chairman of the rag Council of the National association. He has served on Industrial committees of the National association to establish policies standards of operation and ethics
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