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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - June 27, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaA amp Erm Corr firm. Ubab Quot gym i to froth Ems Tkac Ltd and �teffig�itiflrtheccc9jewish pest fam sushi wbk Ltd do Ndobi Indiana edition Friday june 27, 1958 second class mail privileges authorized at new York. New York and Indianapolis Indiana. Volume Xiii a no. 45 Jef workers to report at final meeting jewish welfare federation workers in two of the Campaign s biggest divisions will report How Many cards they have completed and How Many still Are left to be covered at the campaigns final report meeting scheduled for 8 p. M. Tuesday july 8, at the Home of Ben Domont chairman of the special gifts division 325 Willow Spring Road. Workers in the special gifts division and the trades business and professional division headed by Allan Selig will attend the a clean up meeting. According to Art Mintzer federation director the $300,000 raised so far Breaks Down into $200,000 for the regular Campaign and $40,000 for the United jewish Appeal emergency Rescue fund. Here is How giving to the Ashrut group s silence continues the silence of a new group which reportedly has plans to set up a new Vaad Hackash rut in Indianapolis continued in its third straight week this week following a meeting that was reported to have been a a final leaders assured the Post and opinion however that action would be taken soon and that the group expected to release a statement on its activities in the near future. Shoolem Ettinger Louis Bernstein and rabbis Nan Dor Fruchter and Moses Magnes Are among the groups leaders. Federation Campaign Breaks Down by divisions special gifts division�?$197,000. Women a division a $56,000. Trades business and professional division a $36,000. General solicitations division $11,000. Mintzer said the major problem the federation Campaign is facing is completion of cards. A a there a no sense kidding ourselves a he declared. A a it a simply a matter of getting workers to cover their cards As quickly As a we have More than 400 workers a he said a but some of them Are slow in turning in their another obstacle facing the Campaign Mintzer said was that Many people Are waiting to see How economic conditions turn out before giving to the Campaign. A needs of the Campaign Are so urgent a Mintzer advised the Community Quot that we Are requesting All contributors not to wait before making their about 30 per cent of the cards Are still out he said. King Queen shabbat bless Universal King Joel Rose and Lois Hene King and Queen shabbat of the jewish educational association kindergarten and Nursery school help mrs. Myrna Fang kindergarten director to Register kids now intrater tells parents a Call to jewish parents to Register their children now in the jewish educational association school was voiced this week by Aaron intrater Jea director. A by registering your child now you contribute to the Quality of the education your child will receive a he noted. The Jea director said that a a enrolment at this time makes for Good planning. Our school will be Able to organize its classes and develop its program properly. You will enable us to make the Best selection of teachers and your children at the beginning of the 1958-59 school year will discover that the hebrew school like the Public school is administered and conducted As a Well planned tire jeans Call for Early registering of students follows the policy of the american association for jewish education in this regard. According to intrater the Effort has borne fruit almost half a million children Are now continued on rack Pirge Light the shabbat candles As the other children recite the Blessing with them. A photo by Zalman. Top Jea awards presented to Terry Hazen Marvin Budd Terry Hazen and Marvin Budd top ranking students in the jewish educational association graduating class were presented this j ears Esther and Henry Brill scholarship awards at Jea graduation exercises last week. Zionist scholarship awards were Given to Norman Marcus Barry Raff and Jack Simon of the elementary department and Arlene Fruchter of the High school department. Rhea Magnes and fee Gurvitz of the High school department were awarded scholarships by the Jea auxiliary. The following students in the elementary department also received awards Richard Kaplan Steven Levine Roberta Trattner Sharon Alder Harvey sacks Irene soil lag Daniel Caine Beverly Rachel Katz Elliot Engel Peter Weisz Tommy a Weiss Joseph Glazier Steven Stei Kefter Jeffrey Eshowsky Stephen Herman Spencer Marcus Ronald Sklare Stephen Sherman louts Joseph Larry Goldstein Fred Glogower Judith Katz. Richard Weinstein Stanley Solomon Albert Bearman Rozanna Frankowitz Shelley do Bow. Rose Kaplan Shoshana frogman Michael Aronson Stephanie Kupper David Maltzman Murray passo Judy Nisenbaum David Schwartz Melvin Silver Andrea Trais Alex Csillag Pauline Csillag Karen Stein Danny Satinsky Michael Singer Steven Nisenbaum Rebecca Joffe Freddy Myers Larry roller. Scott Fisher. Herman Bland Steven Roth Eugene Deutsch Michael Green Wald Eugene Hollander har Van Nahmias Jason Boyewsky Cynthia Zeckel Martin Zohn Michael Zeckel Matthew Simon Harry Shapiro Michael Wald Man Larry Kaplan Phyllis Cantor Irving Fishman Donald Katz Barry Glazer Joyce Marcus Rebecca Jade Alan Bryan Marcia Solomon Arthur Max Alan Paller Stanley Calderon. Debbie Cohen Judy Green Wald Larry a Borer Franklin Becker Calvin Cahan Seth Bernstein Robert Brown Evelyn Frankowitz Elaine Calderon Bruce Brenner Joseph Reiswerg Neil Singer Arnold Stein Edward Marcus Howard Yosha Gail Levine Stephen Shane Michael Butchko Stanley Green Rose Csillag Diane Trais Alan Cohen Allan Schuffler Robert continued on Back Page in july Uchic to begin cleaning up Beth Al building United Central hebrew congregation has received permission to begin redecorating and cleaning up of the Beth i Zedeck building in july rabbi Kandor Fruchter of the congregation told the Post and opinion this week. Rabbi Fruchter said that the congregations exact moving Date was indefinite pending congregation Bethel Zedeckas pins to move into its new building at 70th and Stevens Lane. No definite Date has been set for a dedication service the rabbi said but the congregation has definite plans to be established in the building at 34th and Ruckle in time for the High holy Days. The rabbi added that the bima was to be changed and re carpeted and the Stancu Ary was to be cleaned and painted. Meanwhile congregation Beth Al Zedeck has plans to dedicate its new Temple at 70th and Stevens Lane on sunday afternoon aug. 31. The congregation expects to occupy the building the Middle of August associate rabbi Morris Feldman told the Post and opinion. To head Temple school Book Loving rabbi welcomed by inc by Arnold Rosenzweig a rabbi who says he likes Reading All kinds of books arrived on the Indianapolis jewish scene this month to take up duties As assistant rabbi at Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Rabbi Lloyd Goldman who was just graduated from hebrew Union College jewish Institute of religion arrived in the City on sunday june 15. He immediately went to work at formulating plans for in cd a religious school program and helping to officiate at the congregations religious services. The rabbi was entirely in charge of inc services this week end taking the place of rabbi Maurice. Davis of the congregation who is in Chicago attending a convention of the Central conference of american rabbis. The rabbi whose title will also he director of religious education said he had not been in the City Long enough to reveal his exact plans for the school. But he did say that he wanted the inc religious school to have As much progressive jewish education As possible. A i am pleased with the Friendly Welcome i have received continued on Back Page rabbi Lloyd Goldman. Wants progressive schooling
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