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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - February 26, 1965, Indianapolis, Indiana2the National jewish Post and opinion Friday february 26, t96j brotherhood award dinner scheduled Ottis t. Fitzwater president of Indianapolis Power amp Light company and immediate past president of the Indiana state chamber of Commerce will be general chairman of this years annual brotherhood award dinner it was announced today. The dinner sponsored by the Indianapolis chapter of the National conference of christians and jews will be held april 29 in the Murat shrine Temple. Announcement of fitzwaters selection As dinner chairman was made by co chairmen of the Indianapolis chapter Robert d. Jackson president of Pilgrim life insurance company Ernest r. Lee president of Economy finance company and Charles e. Stimming executive vice president of France Stone company. A feature of the dinner will be presentation of a brotherhood award to one or More Central Indiana residents who have made significant contributions in fostering understanding and brotherhood among men of All religions races and nationalities. A nationally prominent speaker will also address the dinner guests. The speaker will be announced later Fitzwater said. The chairman said members of an executive committee and a dinner committee Are now being selected to assist in plans for the event. The award dinner chairman has been president of Indianapolis Power amp Light since 1957, having previously served As vice president and treasurer. He was recently named chairman of the Indianapolis Hospital development associations $15.5 million United Hospital Campaign. He is a director of the Indianapolis chamber of Commerce Junior achievement of Indianapolis Central Indiana Council boy scouts United fund of greater Indianapolis the Indiana electric association merchants National Bank amp Trust company and Indianapolis life insurance company. Purpose of the National conference of christians and jews is to promote understanding and cooperation among men and women of All religious and racial groups through education and discussion. Work of the Indianapolis chapter is coordinated through the no cd office Here. Paul g. Barker is executive director. Last years brotherhood award dinner was attended by some 650 leaders in the business civic religious and educational life of the City and their wives. Gourmet dinner food Competition rules Are listed mrs. Stanley Fogle and mrs. Paul Pinkus co chairman of this year s gourmet dinner have announced that King and Mary a locally favorite Hus band and wife team will bring their popular a songs and such a program and a combo for dancing to the dinner to help round off an evening of fun. King and Mary who Are currently appearing at the Cove have just returned from a tour of the Playboy club circuit. Childrens1 Camp needs an r. N. Women a Are you Active in nursing or planning to return to the profession if you would like to spend the summer As a Camp nurse enjoying the Beautiful new facilities of a Camp at Zionsville ind., write Camp director 1009 first National Bank bldg., Cincinnati Ohio 45202. Excellent arrangements. Personal Loans or As a Good place to Deposit savings see your i jewish Community credit Union or. Rosenblum to speak to Art association members of the Art association will hear or. Robert h. Rosenblum guest speaker at the member lecture at 8 30 p. M. Feb. 26. The author of a cubism and 20th Century Art Quot prof. Rosenblum is completing a Book on the late 18th Century painting which displays his keen knowledge and interest in the romantic period. This lecture a English romanticist a a is in conjunction with Herrons current exhibition a the romantic fifty five paintings have been assembled from England Scotland Canada and the United states representing both French and English masters. The upstairs galleries have been redecorated and partitioned to exhibit to the Best advantage these magnificent paintings. Although the artists Are Well known some of the works have never before been exhibited in the United states. The Public is invited to View these magnificent paintings on sunday february 28 and hear miss Ann Abbinanti acting head of the department of education give a gallery talk on the a romantic Era exhibition. The lecture is scheduled for 4 . And gives ample time both before and after to become better acquainted with the exhibition. The rules for entering the food Competition at the gourmet dinner which will be held March 7 at 6 . In ., have also been announced 1. Print on a 3 x 5 card your name last name first the name of the dish the recipe and the category into which the entry Falls meat fish fowl salad or Mold vegetable or dessert 2. Bring your entry to Between 1 and 2 30 . On March 7. 3. Have your entry prepared and decorated for judging. Refrigerated dishes should be unfolded at the Temple. Hot food should be completely cooked and ready to be warmed up prior to the judging. 4. Have your name on every dish or tray you bring to the Temple. 5. Be sure your entry will serve at least 10 to 12 people. 6. If your chafing dish requires a warming Candle be sure to provide one. However you need not bring serving 734 Lemcke bldg. Me 7-2954 open from 10 to cd five Days a week Auto Loans $4 per $100 per year 1965 Jef drive shifts to High gear the jewish welfare federations 1965 fund drive will move into High gear next week culminating months of preparations for this once a year Appeal. Last year the Campaign netted $465,000 and was one of the top seven in the country. Campaign leaders headed by Sigmund j. Beck As Overall chairman were confident Indianapolis jewry will respond even better this time to desperate needs on All Levels. Two major events wednesday March 3, will kick off the general Campaign a a gala social affair at the embers for $100 contributors and a pre Campaign party by the Pace setters of the women s division for donors of $125 and up at the Home of mrs. Eugene b. Glick. Pennsylvania Camp names City aide Camp Indian trails in Milford pa., has appointed As its representative in the Indianapolis area mrs. Leo Gurvitz 3436 e. 38th st. Camp Indian trails site a a thousand acres of Forest Lake and Lawn High up in the Pocono mountains of Pennsylvania a provides facilities in which the Camp s outstanding philosophy and program can be effectively implemented by an outstanding staff of mature and experienced people. Jea auxiliary Board a regular Board meeting of the jewish educational association auxiliary will be held at 3 . Monday. March 8 at the 3160 Kessler Boulevard East drive. Hostesses will be mrs. Sidney Maurer and mrs. Hyman s. Corwin. Spoons or Forks. 7. Salad dressings May be brought separately and will be added prior to judging. Be sure to include your name on the dressing to avoid confusing. 8. Please make your reservation Early a $3 per person. For reservations Call mrs. Fred Resnick cd 37775mrs. Sherwood Hill q 1-3663or mrs. Leo Fang at 3-7117. Come and get it enjoy first Quality % pizza 12 Kindt hoagies sandwiches Chicken a fish baskets Spaghetti a Ravi Efi Mostacci Ali casseroles american a italian foods cd 5-6609 open 7 nights Sun. Thru thurs. 4 pm Midnight Fri. Amp sat 4 pm-1 am Ltd. 100 a 431 in Nota Giovanni s pizza carry out 1495 East 86th st. A a Sanie. Strowm a cum a a �?T5e2as5�iim�ouse dining room serves Irmo. 12�. Witt 8jmc. The year. Around. A closed jul Estu a Xiet Fitton Campaign leaders promised a concerted Effort by All divisions to wrap up the Campaign by the end of March. Beck said a preliminary Survey of pre Campaign commitments particularly in the major gets divisions showed sizable increases Over last year. A we must impress on the Community the importance of raising their level of giving for Charity a said Beck Quot not just for local needs but also for National and overseas agencies particularly since millions of dollars of past years will not be available this year As the result of the end of German the embers affair is to sponsored by the federation s Gold and Silver divisions headed by Sidney Tuchman and Herbert Grosby respectively. The entertainment portion of this event features song and a Lance Man Danny Meehan of Quot funny girls Fame and the comedy team of Jack Cohn and Yvonne Wilder. Those planning to attend were urged to Contact Tuchman without a delay since reservations Are limited to the first 100 couples. Division leaders. Meanwhile reported that the bulk of the solicitation cards have been distributed among captains and workers for the Start of the City wide Campaign. Other divisions Are headed by Edgar Joseph special gifts Harold Stolkin Diamond division James Mossier Platinum division Harry Schucman and Robert Solow Bronze division and Irving Fink Copper division. Meeting slated on Zionsville Camp changes monday March 1, rabbi Charles Mintz director of the Ohio Valley Council win meet with parents to discuss tho major changes for 1965 in the Junior Camp Institute at Zionsville. Sponsored by the Indianapolis hebrew congregation and other Reform congregations of the Ohio Valley Council Union of american hebrew congregations the Camp provides opportunities for an inspiring Well planned and Well balanced program for boys and girls Ages 9 through 14. The Camp now in its seventh season is located 17 mites Northeast of downtown Indianapolis. Occupying 52 acres of gently rolling Countryside the Camp is currently undergoing a redevelopment program and expansion of facilities according to an announcement made by rabbi Maurice Davis. The Camp i a member of the National american camping association. The Camp meeting win be held at the Home of the Jack Kammins 5365 Washingon Boule Ward at 8 . Quot Flowers for a occasions Quot maker Flower shop a phone me. 7-4338 me. 7-4339 144 e. Ohio st. Kwin Henry Marer
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