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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 11, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaExr mob cow. A ass Yjean Yew amp lg4 the put so Mph Eirv of amp by com a to the Ewis Post a a or Ausma t Indiana edition Friday july 11, 1958 second class Mai privileges authorized at new Vork. New York and Indianapolis. Indiana volume Xiii a no. 47 9 per cent hike in 3 weeks be a Iii $327,0 Ual As sume $27,000 in new pledges to the jewish welfare federations Campaign was announced this week by Art Mintzer federation director. Campaign giving now totals $327,000 compared to $300,000 announced the week of june 20 and $250,000 announced the week of june 6. Ali is Means that total federation pledges have increased close to 9 per cent from june 20 to july 11 and 21 per cent from june 6 to july 11. The new figures placed potential giving within $78,000 of last years High figure. Mintzer estimates $140,000 in potential pledges still to be covered. The $467,000 potential total would then compare with the $525,000 raised last year. Mintzer based these new totals on new figures announced at a meeting of the federations special gifts and trades divisions. The meeting Mintzer said is the last report meeting scheduled by the federation for this year. A a from now on solicitations will be on an individual Here is How Mintzer broke the new totals Down by divisions Compaq Ison is Given with previous totals Aji totals in thousands of dollars july 11 june 27 june 6 spec. Gifts 220 197 150 women a 55 55 55 trades 40 36 30 Gen. Sol. 12 11 10 Mintzer noted that the division making both the greatest percentage and total Advance was the special gifts division. How much More do each of these divisions have left to be pledged according to Mintzer Between $100,000 and $125,000 is still out in the special gifts division $5,000 in the trades division $4,000 in the women a division and $3,000 in the general solicitations division. A if we done to raise As much Money As we need and we May not we will have to review our appropriations to the various agencies we support a Mintzer declared. Fuby Arnold Rosenzweig the City a new Ashrut group took its first decisive step this week when it decided to ask the jewish welfare federation to take Over Ashrut matters in Indianapolis. At a meeting tuesday to which All rabbis and congregational presidents were invited the Ashrut group made plans to draft a formal letter to the federation at the groups next meeting scheduled for tuesday night july 15. It did not however vote to form a new Vaad Hak Ashrut As it had originally planned. All of the City a congregations were represented at the meeting except Indianapolis hebrew congregation and Knesset Israel congregation. Congregation Beth Elze deck was represented by its president Sam Weinberger. Rabbi William p. Greenfeld was out of town. Neither Simon Ackerman president of Indianapolis he have you heard. Fleck to take fart in Vassar Institute mrs. Henry Fleck of Marion has been awarded a scholarship to attend the 33d Vassar College summer Institute from july 2 to july 30 in Poughkeepsie new York. The award is called the g. Howland Shaw scholarship of the commission on Community organizations of the National conference of christians and jews. Accompanying mrs. Fleck will he her two children Deborah 6, and Alan 9, who will be enrolled in the institutes school for children of those attending the Institute. Mrs. Fleck serves As Secretary for the Indiana state federation of Temple sisterhood and its Active in civic work in Marion. Honoured loaders. A. Mrs. Shoolem Ettinger Indiana state chairman of the women a division of Israel Bonds recently accepted a plaque Given by the state of Israel in Honor of her d i s Linguish de service in the Sale of Israel Bonds. William Schloss 2 w. 64th st a president of the Indianapolis Morris plan was elected Vic president of the american Industrial Bankers association at a recent association convention a Salt Lake City. A Sinai Temple in Michigan City k m mrs. Ettinger last month honoured Jack m. Rudy its past president for 19 years by dedicating its five year old Sanctuary in his name. . Rudy retired As Active president of the Sinai congregation in 19 5 5 after having served continuously since 1935. Upon his retirement the congregation voted him their honorary president for life. The Temple also honoured mrs. Ruby by presenting her a solid Gold Charm. Cantor emeritus Myro Glass of congregation Beth Al Zedeck conducted a memorial service in Honor of or. Theodor Herzl founder of the zionist movement at the congregations services monday. Cantor Glass wore a souvenir pin that or. Herzl had presented t o the late or. A 1 e x a n Der Wolf one of Herzl a secretaries. . Wolf gave this historic pin to his sister mrs. Jack a. Goodman who in turn presented it to Cantor Glass. Cantor Glass chanted the traditional Al mole rahamim in Honor of or. Herzl who died on 20 Tamuz 54 years ago. Parties for the Bride. Amiss Natalie Pels is being honoured at Many pre nuptial affairs before her marriage to Richard Cantor Glass Stuart Eston of Shaker Heights. O., on sunday july 13 at Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Among them were an open House at the Eston Home in Shaker Heights an engagement party in the Pels Home in Indianapolis a Buffet dinner Given by or. And mrs. Jerry Hirsch in Cleveland and a luncheon in the Wade Park Manor in Cleveland Given by the bridegrooms Mother mrs. Maury Eston. The Bride elects showers include a miscellaneous Shower at Westchester country club Given by Mes. Nathan Cohen. Jess Cohen Eugene Lazar Bernard Berger Toby Cohen and Arthur Cohen. Another miscellaneous Shower was Given by Mes. By Lieber Man sol Kazden Katie Harri continued on Page two Esquire film shows faces of Israel for a Quick tour of a the land of the Bible Quot see the travelogue by this name now playing at the Esquire theatre. The film touches on religious ceremonies of the three major faiths shows colourful scenes of Jerusalem Tel Aviv Haifa Beersheba Eilat and other parts of scenes of life in a Kibbutz. In its closing scenes a glimpses of an Israel Independence Day Parade a it even shows the faces of the people of Israel individually and in Masse. Brew congregation nor its spiritual Leader rabbi Maurice Davis were present. But Sam Dorf Man president of United Central hebrew congregation and temporary co chairman of Kash rut committee told those present that the group had the approval of both Ackerman and rabbi Davis. Harry s. Rabb temporary co chairman of the committee with Dorfman was out of town. Knesset Israel congregation was represented neither by its president George Cohen nor its spiritual Leader rabbi rap Hael s1 o b o. However Max Smulyan a member of Knesset Israel was in attendance. The sephardic congregation had rabbi Elias Levy its president Lou Martin and Moe nah mias As its i representatives. Rabbi Moses Magnes attended in the name of Shara Tel Lola synagogue. Louis Bernstein congregational president was out of town. United Central hebrew congregation was represented by rabbi Nandor Fruchter and its president Sam Dorfman. The meeting started off on an immediate note of Accord when Weinberger proposed that the federation sponsor Ashrut matters in Indianapolis. His suggestion met apparent approval. A no one rabbi should receive enumeration from Ashrut matters a he declared. Stressing repeatedly that he was not Quot committing his congregation he told the group he wanted his Temple Board to know How he thought before attempting to speak in the name of the congregation. Noting that he had told re Abbi William p. Greenfeld he would be at the meeting the Beth Al president conveyed a message from rabbi Greenfeld to the effect that the rabbi a was 100 per cent for the federation plan and would gladly support it. Shoolem Ettinger then accepted the chairmanship of the meeting and told those assembled that originally he had opposed the idea of federation sponsorship of Ashrut matters because of the Large measure of control which he said Reform jews hold in the federation. But after hearing the statement that rabbi Davis approved the idea of a Ashrut organization representing All congregations Ettinger said he had no fear of trusting the federation. Ettinger proposed that a federation committee be formed similar to the federations present Public relation Council. The group rejected a proposal by rabbi Elias Levy of the sephardic congregation that Rab Bis meet first to determine the operation of Ashrut supervision. The group decided instead that the first thing it had to do was to organize itself As a body of Layman. Determination of How rabbis will supervise Ashrut will come later it agreed. With rabbi of Ruehter a guidance the group then began the drafting of a letter to the federation. Members were divided however Over whether the group should mention complaint against the City a existing Ashrut supervision or formulate a More a a positive letter. The chair then appointed a committee to draft letters for consideration at its next meeting. Either a composite of the letters submitted or a letter agreed upon As the Best one will be chosen it decided. The Ashrut group which remains on an informal basis made its decisions without voting formally on any Issue. There was some question about whether the Post and opinion reporter should be allowed to remain but since no decision was made in this regard he stayed. Several members of the group wanted Indiana jewish chronicle to be represented at the meeting if the Post and opinion was represented. But Ettinger countered that if the chronicle wanted coverage of the meeting it could Send a reporter and that the newspaper would be sent any news releases that the group might Issue. Counci women to culminate member drive the Indianapolis Council of jewish women a annual membership drive will be culminated with a Buffet luncheon 7arden party to be served at noon monday july 14, at the Home of mrs. Richard l. Glasser 7919 Morningside drive. The organization will be Host to its new members on that Date. Mrs. William m. Meyers membership chairman is directing the drive. She is assisted by Mes. Clarence Budd Herman Schulhof Stanley Goldberg Robert b. Hollander Alvin Levinsohn Joseph a. Cohen Jerome Jacobs Marvin Zucker Man Herbert Kasle Ernest Ball Albert Shane Leonard Berman Herman Jack Robert Levin Martin Linderman Irving Freeman Joseph Greenberg Allan Arlow Alfred Dobrof Ben Jaffe Leonard Larman and David Leventhal and miss Florence Goldberg. The hospitality committee under the joint chairmanship of mrs. Beverly Rappaport and mrs. Morris Katz is planning the menu and handling the general arrangements

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