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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - February 22, 1963, Indianapolis, IndianaA is per copy published weekly a 7 per yeas a Quot Quot jewish ln7 of in a/0<� a wet a a a a a n Vlf no Quot if you let the people know they can act ion Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday february 22, 1963 volume xviii no. 25beth-Ei tells its plans for purim Ball an israeli night club atmosphere will prevail at the forthcoming annual purim Ball to be held at Temple Beth i Zedeck on saturday. March 2. The decoration committee of the jewish educational association auxiliary which is sponsoring the event Are now working at full pressure to give the Community an Opportunity to enjoy this unique experience. The auditorium Wal be excitingly decorated with scenes depicting Israel. Tables will have checker cloth coverings and will be decorated with artistic Center pieces of colourful masks of Queen Esther and King Ahasuerus. Fourteen Flower girls will add to the festivity by Selling Floral corsages. The girls Are Sherry Adler. Julie Caplin Toby Coraz Leslie Goldsmith Robbie Hoehman Debbie Katz Michelle Koplow Joyce Marcus Hillary present Diana Rubenstein Karen Stein Diane Trais and Debbie Zick. Roberta Glanzman. Mes. Harlan Bernstecker Chic Young Max Furer Julius Maurer and Alfred Jacobs Are working on the decorations. The highlight of the dance will be the crowing of the King and Queen. Two to sets will be raffled. Dancing will be to the music of Norman Rivkind orchestra. What s doing saturday Fet it. 23 8 30 . A Jack Madden leads Community Center Folk sing. Sunday. Feb. 24 10 30 . A jewish welfare federation mass workers rally at educational association auditorium monday feb. 25 8 . A Monument chapter 549, order of Eastern Star meets at the masonic Temple. 8 . A by Nai torah sisterhood Board meeting in synagogue vestry. Mass rally breakfast to launch 1963 federation fund Campaign pleased with rehearsal having just completed a successful rehearsal for their part in the big workers rally Sid Tuchman left Sid Collins and Jack Shapiro seem quite pleased with the Way things went. The three local celebrities will be among the headliners for the Jef Campaign Kickoff and a workers rally at the Jea auditorium beginning at 10 30 . Feb. 24. Campaign officials Promise a new and exciting program Complete with a special appearance by a nationally known figures to get this years Campaign to raise $500,000 for jewish overseas off to an enthusiastic Start. Zalman photo school problems workshop set a workshop to acquaint local school principals with the problems of religion and Public education has been planned for the near future. The project a the first of its kind in Indiana a will be one of the positive results of the recent school 86 controversy and has the Messing of the superintendent of schools George Ostheimer. The controversy took place after the principal of school 86 had complied with a request by the jewish Community relation to omit a two minute nativity scene from a Christmas play. However the scene was later performed when a number of parents protested to the school authorities. David Goldstein director of the Council told the Post that the project was brought about after a recent meeting by a special committee of Council representatives and the superintendent. During the meeting Ostheimer congratulated the Council on the Way it approached the problem. Commenting on the workshop Goldstein said that a the project will be a constructive step towards improving understanding and in making More sensitive the school administrators. A it will be a real step Forward a he added. A the Council committee included Sigmund j. Beck president of the Indianapolis Council David m. Cook president of the Indiana Council rabbi Sidney Steiman the Council Church state representative and Goldstein. The mass Community workers rally which will launch this years $500,000 jewish welfare federation Campaign will open with a breakfast at 10 30 . Sunday. Feb. 24, at the jewish educational association. Another Story on Page 5 open to All members of the Community the rally is expected to be one of the most exciting events on the. Jewish calender. Baby Sitters will be available for those who bring their children. Highlight of the meeting which will be chaired by the president of the federation Bill Schloss will be a dramatic performance by Sid Collins the voice of the Speedway and wisc sports director Jack Shapiro wow to performer and Sid Tuchman Well known actor and Salesman. A a mystery guest speaker is also on the program. More than 300 Campaign workers will be presented with Campaign badges by the Campaign chairman David Cook and mrs. Egner Blatt chairman of the women a division. The rally is designed to bring Home to the Community the purpose of the Sleuth to headline brotherhood event Michael Macdougall the gambling detective that broke up the $3,000,000 Hollywood Gin Rummy swindle will be the Headliner at the feb. 25 inc Temple brotherhood meeting. Macdougall will illustrate tricks of the card Sharps Trade and How to guard against them. Dinner Wilt be catered by Tom Slaughter of the Broadmoor country club at 7 . For reservations called Reich at cd 3-3661 or me 4-4408.readers say jews Welco me negro neighbors How would jewish families react if a negro family moved into their neighbourhood according to a number of readers interviewed negroes would be welcomed if they intended to move into a jewish neighbourhood. The readers however insisted that the families would have to be respectable and make Good neighbors. David Goldstein said that he would do everything to Welcome the family. A in fact Quot he said in my neigh Norm Weismann a column appears on Page s boyhood which is interracial i have organized an open occupancy group a the map Elton fall Creek neighbourhood association. Asked Why families left the neighbourhood when negroes moved in he added a some families do indeed leave the neighbourhood. However the reasons believed Are not always based on race even though some people think so. A they leave because new suburbs attract them and that they will have better schools modern housing and other mrs. Louis Fink said that there was a negro family in her neighbourhood. A i done to think it will make one bit of difference what color they Are As Long As they Are decent and respectable people. Mrs. Harold Chetkow said a we would Welcome anybody who is interested As Long As they Are Good and respectable people no matter what race. A i feel that Block busting and panic Selling Are the things we have to worry about not the Robert Gordon said he had no concern with the race or religion of any prospective neighbor. A my real concern is whether or not they will make Good neighbors and i will never know until they move in. A frankly the risk they run that i might be a poor neighbor might he equally gnawing but Isnit that a problem we All face Ever time we move into a new neighbourhood a every Man ought to have the Opportunity to compete for those items he can afford and housing is no exception. In a free Market it is As ridiculous to make housing a restricted commodity As it is to restrict education employment the Purchase of automobiles or Cornish game Sidney Zimbalist said that he would offer to be of help of with other new neighbors and will seek to persuade others in the neighbourhood to accept and treat the family As fellow human Salesman a Fine opening paying Well exists in cur advertising department. A Bright aggressive sales person can make a Good career with us. Starting salary from $5,000 to $7,500. Call g. M. Cohen National jewish Post and opinion me 4-1307
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