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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 16, 1965, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per cop published weekly $7 per yeas7/ you let it the people know they can act Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday july 16, 1965 7c sgt Fyk panel to air jul at annual meeting Julius Marx photo Cantor Myro Glass left and Max Simon Vic president and president of the Indianapolis zionist District present governor Roger d. Branigin with the recently published a John f. Kennedy on Israel zionism and the jewish the functions of the jewish welfare federation and its five local agencies will be aired at the organization s annual meeting sunday july 25, at Broadmoor country club. Jef officials this week announced formation of six panels of experts who will answer questions submitted to them before the meeting. This part of the program is expected to be one of the meetings highlights and sponsors anticipate a Quot standing room Only turnout. As one federation spokesman put it a the federation s 60th annual meeting has been designed with every jewish resident in Indianapolis in mind. The meeting will offer them the Opportunity to express opinions and attitudes about the work of the federation its constituent local agencies and its varied beneficiaries throughout the it was explained that every jewish resident is a a a shareholders of the federation and that its Board of directors reflects the wishes of its a the federation s Board of directors must know How members of the Community feel about existing services about the agencies which it supports and about the operation of the federation Quot the spokesman said. A this is Why the annual meeting is so vitally important zionist leaders give candidates for Board governor Juk Book of federation named leaders of the Indianapolis zionist District last week presented governor Roger d. Branigin with a copy of the recently published Quot John f. Kennedy on Israel zionism and the jewish issues Quot in ceremonies at t h e governor s office. Zelmar sax Cantor Myro Glass and Max Simon made the presentation. The Book is issued in a deluxe edition in hard cover album style. It is the first and Only volume of its kind containing comprehensive material dealing with the philosophy and views of the late president Kennedy on these subjects. The uniqueness of the Book makes it both a historical document and a collector s item. The material was compiled by Ernest e. Barbarash zionist publicist and director of the Zoa press and publicity department. In publishing the Book the Zoa has paid tribute to the memory of the late president and has enriched zionist literature with a record of historic significance. In accepting the volume governor Branigin said he greatly appreciated receiving the Book concerning the late president s thoughts and statements relating to the zionist philosophy. In commenting to the local zionist leaders the governor said he would cherish the Book highly the volume is available by calling Cantor Myro Glass or Zelmar sax. In accordance with provisions of the bylaws of the jewish welfare federation of Indianapolis the following slate of candidates will be submitted for election As Board members at Large for three year terms at the annual Jef meeting sunday july 25 Joseph a. Borinstein David m. Cook Emanuel Deitz Sam Dorfman Robert Efroymson Julian Freeman Eugene Glick Robert ii. Greenberg Edgar s. Joseph mrs. Howard Kahn Julian Kiser. Also Bernard Landman jr., Jerome Levitt a mrs. Lewis Levy Walter Lichtenstein Bernard Litvak Lewis Lurie Abe j. Miller Maurel Rothbaum William l. Schloss Larry Schuch Man Bernard Stroyman and Louis c. Wolf. Organizational representatives to be elected will be posted at a later Date. Teen activity swings at Center activities at the jewish Community Center Are in full swing this summer. The Junior High department formerly known As pre teen is planning hayrides miniature Golf Bowling parties and socials. Junior High night is tuesday from 7 to 10 . The events Are planned by the Junior High Council composed of Linnie Cantor president Linda Leopold vice president Howard Cohen Secretary and Ted Morris treasurer. Any suggestions for affairs will be Welcome. A newspaper for the Junior High department has been launched. The editors have asked for any article of interest to be submitted. The Slot car club for Model racers is near completion of its track. The grand opening will be in two weeks. The teens have thursday nights reserved for their dance teen Ville which is held from 8 to 11 . So popular have these dances become members will be allowed to bring Only one guest. Non members will not be admitted. Center youth movement will be in Cincinnati this summer july 30 through August 1. The youth movement is a group of teenagers from various Community centers we Oaid social interest groups. Home hospitality will be extended by Cincinnati. Registration fee is $5. Contact Tom Lawson at the Center to Register. Degrees conferred or. Louis Finkelstein Lef Chancellor of the jewish theological Seminary of America confers the degree of doctor of divinity on rabbi Maxwell m. Farber Centero congregation Emanu-e1 in Philadelphia and rabbi Elias Charry Germantown jewish Center also in Philadelphia. Rabbi Charry was formerly a rabbi at congregation Beth Al Zedeck. Pleasant profitable work full or part time sell new year greetings and subscriptions on the Telephone. $2.00 an hour plus commissions. College students housewives most Welcome. National jewish Post and opinion put your Telephone number Here. To every member of the jewish Jef president Ben Domont a few Days ago sent an invitation to every jewish household in the City to attend this important dinner meeting which will begin with a reception at 5 . Jef executive director Frank h. Newman announced the following panel members will represent the local agencies during the open forum part of the program Borinstein Home a Joe Borinstein Leo Selig Walter Wolf or. Jewish educational association a or. M. E. Hodes Isadora Katz Ralph Segall. Jewish Community Center a Myron Kirsh Gerald Kraft Martin Larner. Jewish Community relations Council a David Cook Julian Freeman rabbi Sidney Steiman. Jewish social services a Bernard Landman jr., Jerome Levitt a Nathan Nisenbaum. The federation will be represented by a panel consisting of mrs. J. A. Goodman Sigmund Beck and William Schloss. Election of officers will be part of the programs business session. The following have been appointed to represent organizations and congregations on the Jef Board of directors for the coming year american jewish committee a Ralph Cole. American jewish Congress a Amiel Gelb. Borinstein Home a mrs. Phillip Falender. Hadassah a mrs. Robert Goldstein. By Nai b Rith no. 2192 a Albert Fischel. Mizrachi women a mrs. Leon Harris. Jewish Community Center a Gerald Kraft. Jewish social services a Nathan Nisenbaum. National Council of jewish women a mrs. Ernest Lorch. Jewish War veterans a Stanley Miller. Jewish educational association a Ralph Segall. Zionist organization of America a Max Simon. Beth Al Zedeck a rabbi Sidney Steiman. By Nai torah a Sam Dorfman. Etz Chaim a Leon j. Calderon. Indianapolis hebrew congregation a rabbi Maurice Davis. United orthodox hebrew Cong. A Philip Kraft. Representatives from the following organizations Are still to be named b Nai by Lith women b Nai by Rith no. 58, and jewish Community relations Council. Federation officials. Urged that reservations for the annual meeting be made promptly by calling the Jef offices at me 7-2473
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