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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - December 17, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaThe Post and opinion wishes All a a is per copy published weekly $7 per Yea jewish Post to 7 a a it i Quot if you let the people know they can act late Luff end Indianapolis edition Friday december 17, 1965 volume xxii no. 12stolkin, Rose named Jef division Heads the appointment of Harold Stolkin and Robert Rose As division chairmen in the 1966 jewish welfare federation Campaign was announced this week by Marven Lasky. The Overall Campaign chairman. Stolkin will be in charge of the Diamond division for contributors in the 200-$499 bracket for the second year in a Row. Rose will head the Diamond division for contributors in the s100-$139 category. Stolkin is co owner of Indiana finance and has been a campaigner for Many years. He got his fund raising experience with his father the late Robert Stolkin who twice was chairman of the special gifts division. Stolkin is a past Board member of Tempie Beth Al Zedeck and has also been Active in b Nai b Rith and the jewish Community Center. He and his wife Jacqueline and their three children reside at 8706 Holliday drive. The 1966 drive will Mark the first time for Rose in charge of a division. An attorney he has worked on several previous campaigns however. He is a. Partner in the Law firm of Klineman. Rose and Woll a graduate of the University of Michigan and of the Columbia University Law school. Rose is also a democratic party precinct committeeman and is Active in the inc brotherhood. Robert Rose Rose his wife Phyllis and their three children make their Home at 8530 Spring View plan session for 66 Jef drive set Robert Efroymson a key Lead dress a jewish welfare Federer of the Community will and action Campaign planning meet candles for hanukah Harold Stolkin Faye Goldsmith of South Bend a senior at Yeshiva University a Stern College for women in new York City helps illuminate one of the most joyous Judaic holidays by lighting the menorah candles in Observance of hanukah. Often referred to As the festival of lights hanukah begins this year at Sundown saturday december 18. The Holiday celebrates the Victory in 165 b.c., of the jews Over syrian forces that has occupied ancient Palestine. The menorah symbolizes a Miracle that occurred in the Temple at that time. Although there was Only Oil enough for one night it burned for eight nights until More holy Oil could be obtained. Ing at a Broadmoor country club breakfast this sunday dec. 19. Efroymson will describe experiences on his recent trip to Denmark and Israel As Pari of a United jewish Appeal sponsored leadership Mission. The meeting is one of a series being held to share ideas for planning the 1966 Jef Campaign and comes under the auspices of the special gifts division headed by Martin l. Lar Ner. Melvin Simon who played a key part in the 1965 fund drive will be Host for sundays session. Other similar meetings were sponsored by Campaign chairman Marven Lasky former federation president William Schloss and Sam mantel. The federation headed by Ben Domont As president plans a fast moving fund drive Lor next year. The Campaign kick off will be held Jan. 8 at a special gifts function. To be Able to More effectively blueprint the approaching fund drive Campaign leaders Are making a determined Effort to solicit ideas from past chairmen and other key personnel. Federation officials have voiced Confidence that Many weeks of planning will be reflected by a fast Campaign that will also be the Best in Indianapolis in recent years. Deadlines advanced for holidays deadlines for articles and advertising appearing in the jewish Post and opinion have been advanced for the coming Christmas and new years holidays. All copy intended for publication should arrive in the offices of uie Post not later than monday morning dec. 20 Lor the Issue of dec. 21 and not later than monday dec. 27, for the Issue of dec. 31. Because of the volume of mail at this time of the year persons who have late articles Are urged to bring them to the offices of the Post suite 422, printing arts Center 611 North Park Avenue. Regular deadline will resume following the holidays. Production record the Best production month in its history was registered by the Timna Copper mines with a record 1.�o5u tins daily
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