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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - February 14, 1975, Indianapolis, IndianaMy i brotherhood we february 16 thru february 23 v0z9v Pui of it Pui 3�s 411 3s la a i Evv 9029v a 25 per copy Indiana a published opinion $12.50 per year Post shalom Quot if you let the people know they can act intelligently today is Friday february 14, 1975 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307 volume Xii no. 22 anti semitic message service disconnected off wires again by Teryl Daskal the taped Telephone messages from the americans first party have aroused emotions in the Indianapolis jewish Community particularly with the message that was available this past week. The juror resulted in a rash of Telephone Calls registering protests to everyone from the Indiana Bell Telephone company to the Fri which discussed the matter with the . Attorney s office. At 5 . Last monday the Legal department of Indiana Bell Telephone issued a disconnect order for the message and this can be attributed to protests by the Adl and others which convinced Indiana Bell that the message had gone beyond the limits of the first amendment. However the broader problem still remains and the anti defamation league will continue to Monitor the messages which will not be permitted Over the Telephone wires unless they Are toned Down. Each message is considered individually. The particular message last week referred to jews As a children of the Devil a As Well continued on Page 6 federation budget for 1975 distributes $4,557,244 total the jewish welfare federation has released its budget for 1975 distributing funds totalling $4.557,244. The budget allocating funds for local National and overseas agencies was adopted following study by three federation sub committees the budget and policy and the executive committees. Although the appropriations had been released earlier see p-0 sept. 27, 1974the income of the various local agencies from membership dues fees Etc. Had not been included. Income for the budget was derived from the 1974 regular Campaign $2.684,077the United Way $127,780 and the estimated income of the local agencies $1,745,387. The appropriations Are As follows family services meeting features Hias speaker Hyman Brickman a it Veteran staff member of t he hebrew immigrant Aid society Hias in new York will be principal speaker at the annual meeting of the jewish family amp children a services inc., at 8 . On sunday March 2 at the Jea. Or. Reuben Shevitz Long Active and a vice president of the Agency has been nominated for president succeeding Ivan Chalfie. Shevitz an executive of Eli Lilly amp co., is a member of the jewish welfare federation Board of directors. He is also Active with the jewish Community relations Council and the anti defamation league of b Nai by Rith. The nominating committee chaired by Morris Jacobs also listed the following other officers for the Board Carolyn Brenner vice president Robert c. A r e 1 i c vice president for your convenience the jewish Post amp opinion is on Sale at the following drug stores Schoener s pharmacy 5601 n. Illinois st Morgan pharmacy 1433 w. 86th st West Lane pharmacy 7167 n. Michigan re. Herman Logan treasurer and Harriet Mossier Secretary. The following were nominated to the Board for three year terms Ivan Chalfie Ida Oakley Harriet Mossier or. Daniel Spitzberg Mary Ann Freudenthal and Gloria Lave. The following Are one year special representatives to the Agency Morris Goodman Bertha Lichtenstein Mary Fink Pauline Newman Joan Miller and Abe Bortz. Brickman is a 21-year Veteran of Hias. He is the Agency a director of Public relations and fund raising. His topic will be a the jewish immigrant a past present and he will also describe Hias operations in Geneva Vienna Rome and Paris and the programs developed to prepare jewish immigrants for life in the ., Canada Australia and other countries. The program will also include songs from a fiddler on the roof by Miriam Satinsky accompanied b y Charlotte Goldstein. Charles Efroymson jr., and mrs. David Fogle Are chairmen of the annual meeting committee. Other members include mrs. Elaine Heller and or. Stephen Bailie. A plaque will be presented honouring past presidents of the Agency. The Public is invited. Refreshments will be serve Darthur Goldberg speech slated Arthur j. Goldberg former associate Justice of the United states supreme court and former . Ambassador to the United nations will speak at 8 . Monday feb. 24 in Clowes Hall of Butler University. Goldberg a Washington attorney will speak on a the role of Law in society As part of the Butler student Assembly a 1974-75 lecture series. A question answer session will follow the lecture and the Public is invited. Appropriations jewish telegraphic America Israel cultural Agency 800 foundation $ 750 Mogen David adorn 500 american jewish National Community committee 15.000 relations advisory american jewish Council. 3,250 Congress 4,500 National foundation for american academic jewish culture 2.800 association for peace american jewish in the Middle East 500 historical society anti defamation league Hista Druth Ivritha of by Nai by Rith. 15,000 jewish publication society by a i b Rith National Yivon Institute for youth services 1.500 jewish research b Nai by Rith Hillel 1.500 National conference on Council of jewish soviet jewry. 500 federations and National jewish welfare funds welfare Board 8,600 estimated 12,000 North american jewish hebrew Union College students Appeal. 600 jewish Institute of shrinkage a. 134,204 religion school for traditional institutions 4,000 jewish communal United Hias service 6,875 service. 150 United jewish Appeal 635,077 jewish braille Institute 300 includes joint Distri jewish labor Button committee United committee. 250 jewish Appeal new York continued on Page 47 where it came from estimated internal income a $1,745,187, 18.1% jewish welfare federation Campaign a $1.411,287, 11.0% United Way $127.780. 2.8% Israel emergency fund a $1,272,791, 27.9% distribution of 1974 Campaign proceeds Uja and other overseas including if a $1.916. 797, 71.4% National agencies a $66.410, 2.1% local agencies a $700,810 26.1% citizen involvement is topic Oti television for a Quot jewish perspective Quot saturday feb. 15 Channel 8, 7 a.m., a Sunrise semester on the near East. Sunday feb. 16 Channel 6, noon a focus on Faith a featuring rabbi Murray Saltzman topic is a brotherhood in Channel 8, 12 30 . A jewish perspective a topic of jewish involvement. Channel 13, 1 . A Sadat action biography repeat. Channel 20, 10 30 . A arabs and israelis a a a Sinai. The importance of jewish involvement in social affairs on a local state and National level will be explored in a jewish perspective at 12 30 . On sunday feb. 16 on Channel 8. The show will examine today a pluralistic society and t h e importance of accomplishing responsible social change through coalitions of concerned citizens Moderator Phil Pecar past president of the Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council and former member of the no crack executive committee will interview Barbara Bailie Sigmund Beck and Irv Fink. This is the second segment of the show sponsored by the jewish Community re actions Council. Mrs. Bailie is chairperson of the equal Opportunity and Urban affairs committee of Jarc Irv Fink is past president of the Indianapolis Jarc and Sig Beck is president of the state Jarc

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