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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 24, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaFriday january ,24,_1958 the National jewish Post and opinion 5$80,000 in pledges still due Mintzer says around $80,000 remains to be collected out of $445,000 pledged toward paying for the jewish Community centers new building at 67th and Hoover rd., Art Mintzer director of the jewish welfare federation told the Post and opinion. Some $360,000 has been collected so far he said. Total Cost of the new building grounds and equipment will be approximately $800,000. A loan of $350,000 will have to be repaid from future campaigns of the federation including one coming next april. Mintzer explained that All campaigns for the new Center were sponsored by the federation not tile Center. The first Campaign which took place in the fall of 1953, took in $197,000 in pledges. Co chairmen were Lazure Goodman Liebert Mossier and Sam Schahet. Irving Edison who will keynote the dedication of the new Center on feb. 2, was guest speaker at the first big fund raising dinner during this Campaign. Martin Larner currently president of the jewish Community Center assn., was chairman of the second Campaign which took place in the fall of 1954. The Campaign took in $114,000 in pledges. George Jessel entertained at a dinner meeting As part of the Campaign. The third and last Campaign took place last summer with mrs. Louis Levy and Sherman Weinstein As co chairmen. The drive raised $20,000 in pledges and took place in part at the centers new swimming Pool. The Center has received 930 pledges so far toward its building Campaign. a a Best wishes go from a % . Stra uss % = 600 Strauss building g fort Wayne Indiana a a a architects for the a a jewish Community Center federation women a your Community in action a play let written and narrated by mrs. Ben Paller will be presented at ladies Day of the jewish welfare federation to be held at 12 30 p. M., wednesday Jan. 29, in the vestry of congregation Beth Al Zedeck. A Buffet luncheon will be served. To View play let Mes. Dorothy Adler Charles f. Efroymson Jack a. Goodman and Abe Kroot will report on their trip to Europe and Israel and give a round table discussion on the Middle East. Reservations May be made with mrs. Robert Netzorg cd 56749, and mrs. David again cd 14961. Chug a Oiveri sets address by Adler a the talmud and its syllogisms will be the subject of an address by Isaiah m. Adler at a meeting of the chug a Oiveri hebrew speaking Circle at 8 30 p. M., wednesday Jan. 29, at the Home of or. And mrs. Louis Stillerman 6925 n. Park ave. Outdoor swimming Pool jewish Community Center Indianapolis Indiana our sincere congratulations to the jewish Community Center of Indianapolis on the completion of their Beautiful new Center it was our pleasure to have been selected to do the engineering and construction on your outdoor swimming Pool. We Are also proud to have furnished our services for the jewish Community Center Pool at Louisville Kentucky. And we Are completing a Pool for the jewish Community Center at Kansas City Missouri. The original and Only pools by paddock Are engineered , incorporated Post office drawer phone 300-w Oklahoma City 12, Oklahoma Whitney 2-8831 making the Peg fit the Hole mrs. Marian Richardson head teacher in the new centers Nursery school helps Beth per Low play with the pegboard in the 3-Yeai--old by Zalman
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