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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - March 20, 1964, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy published weekly Quot a a jewish Post -0 Quot if you let the people know they can act intelligently 7 per yeas i via we a Ansas 0 Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday March 20, 1964 volume Xix no. 29 Ark dedicated this Ark built by two non jewish men at fort Harrison was dedicated in ceremonies March 9. Built by Robert Brothers and John Dybdall at the furniture repair shop at the Post it is in the meditation Chapel of Gates lord Hall at the fort. Spa sol Spiegler jewish assistant to the Post chaplain watches As rabbi Maurice Davis right and a sgt. Philip Zawadsky open the doors of the Ark. . Army photo congregations list passover services the City a jews Are completing preparations for one of the most joyous holidays in the jewish Calendar a passover. Services have been announced for next Friday night at ail the City s congregations starting the Friday Celebration. Twenty four hours earlier in orthodox and conservative Homes the search for bread and bread products is begun and by 10 . Friday these must be sold or burned. Friday morning the special service for the first born sons will be held at both by Nai torah and the United orthodox hebrew congregation starting at 7 at by Nai torah and at 6 30 at Uoch. This service permits the first born to avoid a Day of fasting. This is achieved by finishing the study of a Book of the talmud at the service called a Siyoum which changed a fast Day into a feast Day. At the Uoch rabbi Solomon Silberberg will conduct the Siyoum at the synagogue at 601 s. Meridian Street and at by Nai torah rabbis Benjamin Aronson and Nandor r. Fruchter will conduct the Siyoum. Uoch services Friday March 27, evening services 6 45 . Saturday March 28, Sha Hanth 8 30 . Sunday March 29, 2nd Day Pesach 8 30 . Monday through thursday Choi Hamoed morning service 6 30 . Friday april 3. 7th Day Pesach 8 30 . Saturday april 4, 8th Day Pesach 8 30 . Saturday april 4, Piskor services 10 00 . Evening services throughout entire Pesach 6 45 . By Nai torah services Prev yom Tov Friday morning March 27, 7 . With Siyoum and services for the first born followed by breakfast. First and second seder nights Friday March 27 and saturday March 28, 6 45 . First and second Days of Pesach saturday March 28 and sunday March 29, 8 30 . And 6 45 . Choi h o e d monday March 30 through thursday april 2, evenings 7 . And mornings 7 . Last Days of Pesach Friday april 3, morning 8 . Evening 6 50 . Saturday april 4, morning 8 30 . Evening 6 50 . Piskor memorial services 10 . Beth Al Zedeck Friday March 27, 1964, morning service 7 30 . A Siyoum Becho rim service for the first born Maaris 6 30 . First seder. Saturday March 28, 1964, morning service 10 00 . Bar Mitzvah presentation to Eugene Izsak evening service 6 30 . Congregational seder 7 00 . Sunday March 29, 1964 morning service 10 00 . A bar Mitzvah of Marquis z. Hodes continued on Back Pagel 1964 federation drive reaches $300,000 Mark the 1964 jewish welfare federation Campaign reached the $300.000 plateau last sunday at the Drivers official Kickoff at Broadmoor country club. Nearly 200 persons turned out for the Kickoff which also featured a testimonial to the City a rabbis miss Israel and rabbi Hugo Gryn the principal speaker. Another highlight of the event was the announcement by Veteran Campaign Leader l. L. Goodman that he would contribute 10 per cent of any amount raised above $405,000 a up to $500,000. His gesture was made in Hopes that the $400,000 level of giving in the Community the past several years would be surpassed in an All out Effort to end deficit spending of the local agencies. Goodman s announcement resulted in thousands of dollars in additional pledges swelling the total so far to the $300,000-Mark. Campaign leaders said this was a Well More than 26 per cent ahead of last year on the same pledge cards. Campaign chairman Ben Ben Domont chairman at work Domont who announced Goodman s intentions to raise his $25,000 pledge commensurate with above $405,000 giving said he was encouraged by the response to the need by the Community and read off a list of names of individuals who increased their contributions sub pacesetters told their help is vital the women a division a pacesetters Quot of the jewish welfare federation were told wednesday they and every other group and individuals supporting Israel financially share in the country s Success Story. But mrs. Devorah wig Oder a noted american israeli journalist also said As generous As Many pledges Are a they Are never enough to Bridge the Gap to the Job that has to be mrs. Wig Oder addressed the a a pacesetters at a pre Campaign party at the Home of mrs. Eugene b. Glick. A native new yorker she converted to Judaism to marry or Georffrey wig Oder whom she met while studying at the jewish theological Seminary in new York. The wig oders now live in Jerusalem. Mrs. Wig Oder who came to Indianapolis on behalf of the United jewish Appeal and who also addressed the Jef Young matrons division said israelis principal responsibility is to remain secure. She also cited immigration development of the country and education As major problems. To american tourists she said Israel May look like an impressive a a showcase a with wide roads skyscrapers cars and other modern facilities. But she reminded her audience the tiny country is surrounded by half a dozen hostile nations whose one desire is to wipe it out. She said israelis stature has grown due to world wide jewish support and the stature of jews As a whole has grown because of israelis enormous Progress. A the Story of Israel brings a sense of Hope to the world despite being surrounded by problems a mrs. Wig Oder said a and this rubs off on some other countries. Israel s Mission mrs. Wig Oder said is to show the world there is a place for the lost souls of Europe and other countries a a place where they May have another Chance to live As free and human beings. A your monuments May not be Fine Art a our monuments Are. People. People who had no Hope a she said. A we have taken the Blind the weak the battered. We did no task if they had any Money to invest when they arrived and we made out of them upright citizens. A from where i stand this is the greatest Art when you give to Israel mrs. Wig Oder said a you Are Given to yourself. It makes no difference where you live. We Are trying to share what we have with Stan tally Over last year. He noted it was his feeling that a spirit of generosity has caught on in the Community and that continued increases would bring in the funds necessary to meet the minimum. Requirements of the City s beneficiaries. Domont citing the Humble beginnings of Many Community leaders said candidly it was up to them to set the Pace for a successful Campaign and reported on a recent White House meeting with president Johnson who told a group of jewish spokesmen this country was a better place because of their work in behalf of Charity. The strikingly Beautiful Gila Golan miss Israel and runner up in the miss world pageant immediately endeared herself to those present by making the rounds and not stopping until she had met everyone. She also told her Story in simple yet eloquent language and recounted her experiences in the new land. Rabbi Gryn reminded the audience that the $106.000.000 the United jewish Appeal Hopes to raise this year is just scratching the surface. A fall we ask is that you help in absorbing and supporting the immigration to Israel a he said. A the immigration curve keeps going up but our contributions Are not keeping he said this was not a particularly critical year but that the immense financial demands for immigration were never More urgent and that they wiil remain urgent for years to come. Domont set the Pace with a Campaign pledge of $17,500 and Jef president William l. Schloss and or. And mrs. Ernest Lee followed with a $20,000 pledge. Other Large gifts announced were Clarence and Robert Efroymson $35,000 combined Miklos Sperling $10,000 Abe wides $10,000 mrs. Mary Cook and or. And mrs. David Cook $7,500 Abe and Joseph Kroot $6,500 mrs. Jack a. Goodman $5,110 and or. And mrs. Joseph Cantor $5.000, and Edgar Joseph $5,000. The rabbis honoured with a certificate of awards for their dedication and untiring efforts in behalf of Judaism were Maurice Davis Nandor Fruchter Solomon Silberberg and Sidney Steiman. Rabbi Fruchter responding for the four spiritual leaders pledged All would continue their All out efforts to serve their congregations. A reception hosted by or. And mrs. Manuel i. Leve and or. And mrs. Schloss preceded the dinner meeting. Schloss in a few Brief remarks cited the needs of the local agencies and the necessity to end deficit spending that has prevailed the last few years

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