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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - August 20, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaA 15c per copy a published weekly a up per Yea jewish Post Quot opinion Quot if you let the people know they can at intel1 a entry a Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday August 20, 1965 time xxx no. 50 i wisecracks by Norm i w ism an jewish Organiza on budgets for Many of the jewish Community a most prominent business and professional leaders Are currently engaged in one of their most important annual functions a hammering out 1966 a Vul r is i Ash Don t miss the theatre in the Woods play that will be Tonitte sat i and tomorrow Nite Sun also next wed. Nite and against next sat. And sunday nites it s three individual acts each is a terrific skit you will Roar at one skit that has two governesses pushing two real baby carriages with a a a kids in each if you look close you la see one of the babies looks like Mike Kirsh the dialogue is fund Erful and the other two acts will have you applauding for Morel Don t miss it a Flash popular Mike Richards of the Don Richards is introducing the Lovely Patricia Johnson As his married last sunday will live in Norman okla. Congrats Pat amp Mike a Plash on nov. 4, one of our local temples i can t mention the name Only their initials inc tee he will have Clowes Hall for that night they will have the to Star Robert Goulet Here s an extra after the affair you will have the Opportunity to meet and talk to him tickets will be on a first come first buy More later a i Ash it s a Beautiful doll girl for the Larry Greenwald Sheila Davis grandparents Are the Harry Greenwald and the Oscar Davis this is cute Sheila is advisor for the big girls and the girls had a Surprise party planned for Sheila Sheila did t Sho up was Busy having a baby Mazol Tov to the Larry Greenwald a etiquette note a gentleman never swears before a lady he let s her swear first a Happy birthday to a wonderful Guy or. Ebner Blatt a Flash the by Nai by Rith Bowling league starts sept. 12 first sunday after labor Day same time and place it should be a great season because me Goldsmith is the president Fellows there is a b Nai by Rith membership drive now on join the activities of a swell organization by joining remember its not what by can do for you but what you can do for by Nai b Rith a Flash the Beth Al Bowling Handicap league starts aug. 30 Mon i know a Temple that is so Modem that the Succaw is a a split level a Flash the adorable Mary Frances Ketelsen of be Mars Iowa and genial Jim Falender of the Herb calenders Are now a emr. Amp married last week. They make a handsome couple congrats a bad news that swell couple Ted and Arleen Goldberg Are moving to Detroit Ted will teach at Wayne University Best wishes to the Ted Goldbergs a Sylvia is Jack Ladin getting the red carpet treatment during their tour around Paris and ditto for Pincus and Esther Rosenberg while touring Europe they continued on next Page teen scene Brenda by Brenda Fox Home is where the heart is. This reporters heart mind blistered feet Sun burned shoulders and calloused fingers Are finally Home after five wonderful weeks at the National High school journalism Institute and a week in the world s fair City. While this typewriter was clacking away at a Distant desk the five guests columnists did a terrific Job in keeping local news and views in print. Many thanks to Michelle Koplow Ber Nie of Koon Debbie Seif Pete Weisz and Laura Dorfman who really proved they have a nose for news. On the scene and off. With school almost too close for Comfort several teens Are making the most of these last vacation weeks by travelling. Julie Caplin left tuesday to spend some time in new York. Maybe Shell meet Judy Stern Janet Levinsky or Mike Potasnick who Are also enjoying the Empire state. The Miami Beach Welcome mat is out for Steve Salman Pete Weisz and Louis Joseph who will leave tuesday for a week in the Florida Sun. Dinah Vaprin left wednesday for a vacation in California the state that has played Host to Jackie Fink these past few weeks. Camps Are also acting like magnets in attracting the local crowd. Elaine Cooper Mark Hilton Michelle Koplow Alan Lich Tenberg Ike regenstrief Roberta Trattner Bruce and Mike Jacobson Dennis Silverstein Bruce Sklare and Karen Stein Are just a few users who will leave at Midnight tonight for two weeks at Camp Crusy near Chelsea Mich. A second Crew of Temple teeters left wednesday for of Fly toot ii. So far Union Camp in Zionsville has been Home base for Rita Davis Carol Engleberg Rose Csillag Lyn Stoner Larry Weinberg Steve Logan and Eva Cohen. Also Larry Sablosky Chuck Larman Sally Stadler Toby Corot sue w a g m a Judy continued on next Page hoosiers in Israel professors Twyla Johnston left and Mary e. Budensiek right of Bethel College Mishawaka Are members of the inter University study Seminary now visiting in Israel. They Are posed in front of the Hadassah hebrew University medical Center in Jerusalem where they talk to mrs. Simi Olshan Center chairman of the Hadassah Council in Israel. The Indiana educators Are part of a group of 48 leading Christian and jewish clergymen and educators participating in the auxiliary plans luncheon a Farewell luncheon Given by the United orthodox hebrew ladies auxiliary which is composed of a merger of the Shara Tewilla Knesset Israel and Ezras Achim congregations will be held on wednesday sept. 1st. At 12 30 Sharp at 601 South Meridian Street. The luncheon will be prepared by mrs. Sidney Freedman chairman mrs. Mendel Greenberg co chairman mrs. Joe Rubin mrs. Leo schuster and mrs. Lena Schabler. Mrs. Morris Kaseff has charge of the decorating. Mrs. George Cohen president is extending a cordial invitation to All former officers and members and the entire Public to this historical Farewell lunch Eon. An interesting and entertaining program is being planned. For reservations and transportation cull mrs. To Reisberg at. 3-6839. Luncheon planned miss Robbie Hochman 7050 Spring Mill rd., will hold a luncheon thursday aug. 19 in Honor of her guest Debbie Cusher of Dayton Ohio. Invited to attend Are miss Sherry Alder miss Laura Dorfman miss Janet Levinsky and miss Suzy Hay. The luncheon will be held at the round of beef room of Sam s subway budgets. O. Three sub committees intensive meetings last week to study requests for allocations from More than 60 agencies that share in the annual drive. Their recommendations will be submitted to the Overall budget and policy committee of the jewish welfare federation for further study. The budget and policy committee headed by Lickert Mossier will base its decisions on such factors As prior commitments to the United jewish Appeal United fund allocations and previously approved expenditures for required projects. After the budget and policy group makes its Finai determination the entire budget goes before the federation a Board of directors for action heading the sub committees were Eugene Glick local agencies Samuel Kroot National agencies and Manuel Leve overseas agencies. Their groups made recommendations after studying reports on the program income and expenditures of the agencies in question. Locally the top federation beneficiaries Are the jewish Community Center the Borin Stein Home the jewish educational association jewish social service and jewish Community relations Council. All but Jea and Jarc Are also supported by the United fund. Officials pointed out that making the allocations is a difficult task because requests surpass available funds despite the fact the 1965 Jef Campaign reached $475.000, about $13,000 More than last year. But previous financial commitments and higher operating costs have virtually absorbed any increase in pledges Over 1964. Federation officials said in fact there will be less Money to allocate this year unless a deficit budget is decided on. The Community operated with a balanced budget the last two years and there were indications that a a hold the line Quot policy will be adhered to. According to budget makers any major expenditures a such As a new Home for he aged or an indoor swimming Pool at the Center a will be financed through special drives. A the budget procedure is one of the most important and vital tasks of the federation a said executive director Frank Newman. A the demand for needs and services has increased and while our local Campaign has been successful not enough Money has been raised to make the task of the budget committees As a result he indicated a More intensive analysis of All agencies and organizations 4 sharing in. Allocations will be made in an Effort to stretch the Campaign Dollar

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