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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - February 22, 1957, Indianapolis, IndianaThe a Jewis hos Ely my cd 1911 w toss 31v1s 0 d7i you let the people know they can act int Indiana edition Friday february 22, 1957 a Srmst. A Jesss a ass Vul me Xii no. 2g to compare notes planners of new Center will visit Louisville acc a caravan of planners for the new jewish Community Center building will leave Kirshbaum Center at 8 a. M. Sunday feb. 24, to spend the Day in Louisville visiting the new Louisville Community Center building. Julian Kiser and Sherman Weinstein general chairman for planning program and administration for the new building have an mrs. Frank Baras chairman for new Quot bounced that Nett will act the Day. All chairmen of committees will be making the trip to Louisville to visit the new building and to meet with the chairmen of the Louisville planning group to discuss problems and recommendations for the opening of the Indianapolis building. Also making the trip to Louisville will be Martin Lar Ner Center president a1 do Brof executive director Mort Goodman assistant director and other staff members. The target Date for opening the Indianapolis building is nov. 1. All program and administration planning must Lee completed Well in and Vanee of that Date. Also equipment and furnishings need to be ordered Well in Advance to be available on the opening Date of the new building. Chairmen who Are going to make the trip to Louisville Are mrs. Irving Linderman Herbert Quot Green. Mrs. Herschel Goodman Herbert Backer mrs. Victor Teixler Lewis Lurie Morris Jacobs Albert Reuben. Irwin Katz. Louts Marks mrs. Howard Kahn. Also mrs. Louis Levy mrs. Herbert Backer mrs. Louis Jaeger James Ackerman Ralph m. Cole Burton s. Kohn William m. Meyers jr., mrs. William l. Schloss and representatives from the Overall steering committee the Indianapolis Community Chest and the Indianapolis health and welfare Council. What s doing sunday feb. 24 Deborah sisterhood annual card social 8 . Central hebrew congregation. Monday feb. 25 Monument chapter 549, order of Eastern Star meeting 8 ., masonic Temple. Tuesday feb. 26 by Nai by Rith leadership workshop 9 a.m., Westchester country club. Wednesday feb. 27 Hadassah anniversary party 1 ., Block s auditorium. Hadassah business and professional groups meeting 8 . Indiana National Bank. Thursday feb. 28 Central hebrew congregation sisterhood meeting 8 ., vestry. Record fund Raiser named federation division head Robert b. Stolkin is chairman goal of $400,000 set by federation this year s Indianapolis federation Campaign goal has been set at $400,0<h for the regular drive and $400,000 for the emergency Appeal. The figures were arrived at at a Stoard meeting tuesday night at the Home of mrs. J. A. Goodman. The objective for the regular Campaign Marks a slight increase Over the $385,000 raised last year. The new goal includes $55,000 needed to amortize or liquidate the new jewish Community Center mortgage. Largest sum in any Judaism Institute set for april 24 the Institute of Judaism an j annual affair sponsored by the Indianapolis hebrew co Grega 1 tion sisterhood is being planned for an All Day meeting on wednesday april 24, at the Temple. Chairman will be mrs. Sidney James with mrs. Charles Fisch As co chairman. The first meeting of the planning committee will be held thursday feb. 26. At the Home of mrs. James 3510 a Pennsylvania. Robert Stolkin a a la it your share a viewing future Campus. Or. And mrs. Lipot Frankovitz standing right5555 n. Meridian had a full House when Indianapolis people interested in the construction of a new $5 million rabbinical Seminary in Skokie 111., gathered at their Home sunday night. Feb. 17. Rabbi Oscar z. Fasman sealed left hebrew theological College president flew in to present plans of the proposed new Yeshiva work on which has already begun. The meeting was a reception in Honor of rabbi David s. Shapiro seated Cente Etc professor of philosophy who also outlined the purpose of the new Campus. Others in the picture Are standing left to right Shoolem Ettinger Eli Ettinger Max Berkowitz and seated right. Rabbi Nandor Fruchter. The Man who in 1948, helped raise the jewish welfare federation Campaign Here has been chairman of this year s special gifts division. Robert b. Stolkin was co chairman of the 1948 drive which totalled $1,100,000. An honorary past president of Beth Al Zedeck congregation a by i Stolkin has been state chairman v Gimi Wiwi of the Israel Bonds drive Lor Lour years his achievements in this capacity have won him two citations and plaques from the state of Israel. Hils a director of the develop Merit corporation of Israel. Former Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau during world War ii twice cited him % for his record Sale of United i states defense Bonds which to j Over is million. M he holds membership in. Job Imp Jyh Broadmoor country club. Co Jill Lumbia club and Monument Mamm 0110 s m an 1 three daughters All Jhb married and count nine grand. Ish Esb children. In accepting the Post of special gifts division hair Tan Stolkin slated Flat the overseas situation plus local needs demanded the co operation of every person in the Community. He urged the Community to do its share in raising the $105 million emergency Rescue fund of the United jewish Appeal. Locally the jewish welfare federation maintains the jewish Community Center association. Jewish social services jewish educational association jewish Community relations Council and the Borinstein Home for the aged. Contributors again will be asked As last year to pledge to the regular Campaign and then to the emergency Rescue fund. With the formation of the Campaign leadership now in its final stages Sam s. Schahet. General chairman announced this week the co chairmen of the trades and professional division will be David Cook and Sherman Weinstein. Mrs. Manuel Cassen again will serve As chairman of the general solicitations division. Mrs. Charles Efroymson and mrs. Max Selig have been appointed co chairmen of the women a Di-1 vision of which mrs. Sam Schahet is president. Julian Freeman plays key role in federation new York a Julian Man. Who has Long been free _ Active in Indianapolis and National jewish affairs will play a key role in the work of the Council of jewish federations and welfare funds this year it was 1950-55, will continue Reeman to serve As chairman of the Edwin Rosenberg award committee and will assume the vice chairmanship of the councils National local relations committee. The Rosenberg award is made annually for distinguished jewish communal service. The task of the National local relations committee is to strengthen cooperative relations Between communities and National overseas agencies. It also develops greater co ordination among the agencies. In recent years Freeman served As president of the jewish welfare federation. He also is a vice president of the american jew ish Congress and chairman of the committee on the Middle East of the National Community relations advisory Council. Hadassah group sets wednesday meeting Hadassah a business and professional group will meet at 8 . Wednesday feb. 27, in the Indiana National Bank. Illinois and 56th. Miss Dorothy Tobias and mrs. A1 Samberg will give the opening and closing prayers. Mrs. Lester Linder will present a Book review. Refreshments will be served. Chc sisterhood slates meeting the regular monthly meeting of Central hebrew congregation sisterhood will take place at 8 . Thursday. Feb 28, in the vestry. Mrs. Bill Butchkof will give the opening prayer and mrs. Les Atlas the closing prayer. The Indiana fur co. Will present a fashion show. Members Are invited to bring guests

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