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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - December 5, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaEsi wishes to All for a j. H Yowh lat the a amp Wmk Kimom for Cam act j Post Hanuka my. Pm a a w in a amp Hysaj amp a amp a Majy Mil opinion drama edition Friday december 5, 1�s8 second Claas Mab privileges authorized at new Foric. New Yort and Indianapolis Indiana volume Xiv a no is Jea classes May move to Hoover re. Next fall children the jewish educational association can look Forward to classes next fall in the jeans new building Hoover ed., Bernard Stroyman Jea president told the Post a and opinion this week. Stroyman said that construction will probably begin some time in Spring after a building fund drive that he expected to be completed by the end january. A some $35,000 in building fund pledges out $150,000 needed has already been taken in Stroyman said. that a a we re just getting organized a Stroyman declared his encouragement at the Early Progress the Campaign. Stroyman added that he expected to announce the names building drive chairmen next week. Bulletin Oscar a. Mintzer jewish welfare federation director told the Post and opinion late this week that a group approximately six was a a definitely signed up for a fed-er�tion-s5>onm>red study Mission to Israel in March. Apparent formation two groups to go a jewish welfare Federal ion sponsored study Mission the first in Indianapolis history was announced this week by Oscar a. Mintzer. Federation director. Three persons showed a definite interest in going a trip in Early March and two a trip in Early july. Mintzer noted that the federation is still taking applications for both groups at me Irose 44311. A minimum six is needed in each group he said. The federation director said he expected Cost to be approximately $1,085 per person for 12 Days in Israel Allex Uchic to mull hebrew name United Central hebrew congregation will choose a new hebrew name at a congregational meeting scheduled for 8 15 . Monday dec. 8, in the synagogue vestry. The name will be announced at the congregations dedication at 2 30 . Sunday dec. 14. Dedicatory speaker will be rabbi Isadore Goodman the barn h i r s c h congregation Memphis Tenn. Rabbi Goodman will be remembered by a any Indianapolis residents As congregation Beth Al Zedeckas spiritual Leader in 1925 when Ethel dedicated the same adding Uchic will dedicate next week. The dedication service will be followed by a Hanuka Din Ber m the vestry at 6 30 p. M. Reservations can be made by Wang the synagogue office Alnut 6-8352, the co chairman Jack Leventhal Clif Harry Stein Walnut 4-1665. Signs up study tour lenses paid including transportation. He noted that wives accompanying their husbands in the March group would save $.150 according to a family plan reduction. Additional savings will be prorated among participants if More than 10 sign up Lor each group he added. And members each group can arrange for Stop overs in Europe at no additional charge for transportation he said. Mintzer pointed out that Indianapolis was one the first cities to attempt such a study Mission project to Israel. Only Akron o., and Boston have tried it before in 1958he said and Only two other cities besides Indianapolis Newark. N. J., and Atlantic City n. J., Are anticipating study Tours in 1959. Nathan Regenstreif. Gave Heth Al a push Beth Al to Honor Nate Regenstreif Nathan Regenstreif during whose administration As president congregation Beth Al Zedeck the congregation broke ground for its new building will be honoured by Beth Al at a Hanuka testimonial dinner at 6 30 ., dec. 7. Or. Regenstreif past president the menus club has been a member the congregations Board and its Secretary and vice president As Well. He has also held the position Secretary the jewish Community Center and the jewish welfare federation and had been an Active worker in recent federation campaigns. Overseas Aid especially Hii c cuts Levels drastic cuts All Levels support especially overseas Acif were announced this week by the jewish welfare federation As contributions to the federation Campaign nose dived from $525,000 last year to $355,000 pledged so far this year. The allocations totalling $383,050, surpassed contributions by some $28,000, resulting in deficit financing. The United jewish Appeal special fund took the Large bulk the reduction dropping from $129,777 last year to $36,000 this year More than a 70 per cent decrease. The special fund represents an amount earmarked by the contributor for the emergency needs the United jewish Appeal Over and above the regular Uja needs which Are supported by the Basic Campaign. On the average All non local and overseas agencies took 15 per cent cuts. United jewish Appeal allocations declined from $151,700 last Yea a to $130,728 this year a 14 per cent decrease. Two local agencies also went without adequate allocations. The federation was Able to provide for Only half the Borin Stein Homes $10,000 deficit this year because the poor response to the Campaign. A and the full amount to meet the Cost the mortgage amortization for to e new jewish Community Center could not be provided. Only $30 000 was appropriated As against $40,000 each year plus m Erest that the federation is committed to pay the Bank. Substantial reduction had to be made the capital repairs fund which provides for the maintenance buildings used by the federations constituent agencies Here in Indianapolis. This fund decreased from $25,000 to $5,000 a an 80 per cent drop. Result the reduced appropriations will be serious injury to local National and overseas agencies attempting to carry vital services Relief and welfare As Well As delay in fulfilling commitments according to Manuel i. Leve federation president. Pleas for additional funds from supporters certain the National organizations were continued Page 32 ration approves $383,050 in the jewish welfare federation Board directors approved $383,050 in allocations at a meeting nov. 24 at the jewish Community Center. Here is a break Down allocations comparison is Given with last years allocations where items Are comparable. Dots Are put in place last years figures where the two years items Are not comparable. A. 1958-59 Campaign shrinkage 36,185 Campaign costs. 20,618 dues cd fwd Quot a. 4,155 local agencies Borinstein Home deficit 1957-58 $ 20,000 4,155 5,000 jewish Community Center operation. 5,736 600 jewish Community Center armed services jewish Community Center Fellowship fund jewish Community Center building loan amortization. 30,000 jewish Community relations Council. 11,400 jewish educational association deficit. 1,100 jewish educational association operation. 34,31b jewish educational association retirement fund 1,000 jewish social services. L 750 jewish welfare federation pm funds Quot Quot capital repairs federation buildings. 5-,000 Council social work education. 100 Indiana Hillel Purdue. I. Indianapolis Mikva. Jewish telegraphic Agency. 1 religious in Etc a a a so cies 1 american association for jewish education ----440 National jewish welfare Board a a a a a a a National Community ��?~-��?~ss1&Quot 815 .7,890 american Israel cultural foundation Hadassah hebrew University and tee Mon. My a National Council jewish women a a is National committee for labor Israel Hista Drut 600 11,400 8,600 25,000 1,000 850 250 1,000 440 3,250 1,725 960 9,280 1,500 2,100 United Hias. 3,230 United jewish Appeal. 130,728 Uja emergency fund. 36,000 yeshivot in Israel and u.s.2,340 Community relations agencies american jewish Congress. 3,620 jewish labor committee. 270 jewish War veterans. 100 joint defense Appeal. 15.100 cultural welfare educational by Nai b Rith National youth services Cropsie College Philadelphia. Eternal Light program. Hista Druth Ivritha. Jewish braille Institute. Jewish Chautauqua society. Leo n. Levi memorial Hospital. National agricultural College. Yivon Institute for jewish research 815 135 135 110 25 80 255 110 135 zionist organization America. 1,530 3.800 151,700 129,777 2,750 a 4.260 320 100 17,750 960 160 160 125 25 80 300 125 160 1.800 total appropriations .$383,050 $528,934 notes several items Are missing in last year s allocations figures because they do not correspond to this years items. Last years Campaign and administration were combined in a $44,157 total this years Campaign costs and Jef administration add up to $42,775. Jea appropriations totalled $30,315 last year compared to a total $36,516 this year for Jea deficit and operation and retirement fund. Acc appropriations totalled \ Alloca $7,800 last year compared to a total $6,846 this year for acc operation armed services and Fellowship fund. Acca building fund tons amounted to $40,000 last year compared to $30,000 for acc building loan amortization this year last years allocations included $200 for the Harry Lurie scholarship fund cd fwd. This years allocation included no such item

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