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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 1, 1964, Indianapolis, IndianaA 15c per copy a published weekly a $7 per year a Quot jewish Post Quot of Quot if you let the people know they can act Inte Friday May 1, 1964 <7, Indiana edition me 4-1307 0zachariah to speak Zachariah schuster american committee director for Europe and North Africa will be the featured speaker at the annual meeting of the Indianapolis chapter of the american jewish committee May 12 at the Columbia club. Schuster an expert on events of importance to jewry on two continents in past years has met Vatican officials on several occasions to further the efforts being made by the acc to improve Christian attitudes and teaches with regard to jews. He has been a frequent contributor of English hebrew and yiddish articles for Many publications. Schuster was for Many years a staff writer on a the Day conducting the column a a in pin Tel Arain a on the target. He also has written for the nation schuster to acc Zachariah Schulter acc director commentary and the contemporary jewish record As Well As the yiddish Zukunft the hebrew Isadoar and the menorah journal. Follow through urged by Jef drive chiefs leaders of the jewish welfare federation Campaign made an urgent plea this week for All workers to Complete their assignments so the drive can be concluded As quickly As possible. Chairmen Ben Domont and mrs. Fisch pointed out that workers who Are not following through on their responsibilities and commitments Are putting a Damper on what shapes up to be one of the most successful campaigns in recent history. They said some residents have been calling the federation office indicating Surprise that they have not been solicited yet with the Campaign under Way at least sue weeks. Many people not yet solicited Are anxious to pledge it was pointed out and workers who fail to Contact their prospects Are negligent in their duties. A we Are hoping that this years Campaign will reverse o trend and that More Money be raised than in a decade a said Domont. He added that the longer it takes to Complete Campaign the less Likely the Overall Success will be. Domont announced that another report meeting has been scheduled for i. Jay May 10, from 10 . Until noon at Broadmoor country club. Workers captains and division chairmen were urged to clean up this week and next and turn in their pledge cards promptly. Mrs. Fisches women s division held its first report meeting last monday at the Home of mrs. Sherman Weinstein and another session is scheduled for next wednesday May 6, at the Home of mrs. I. E. Linderman. Lamer re elected to head Center Martin l. Larner has been reelected president of the jewish Community Center association. Also re elected at the annual meeting held in conjunction with the centers 50th annual anniversary Celebration last saturday were mrs. James p. Leeds and Gerald Kraft vice presidents Albert Reuben Secretary and Theodore Kline treasurer. Myron Kirsh was added As a new vice president. Elected to the centers Board of directors for three year terms were James Ackerman or. Lewis Benjamin Ivan Chalfie Irving Fink mrs. Marvin Gorman mrs. Jordan Liebman and or. Samuel Patterson. Re elected for three year terms were mrs. Sam Chernin Herbert Green and or. De via Pollack Fink chaired the nominating Davis Cincy speaker rabbi Maurice Davis of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will deliver an address at the hebrew Union College in Cincinnati saturday May 2 at 8 15 . Before the a jewish Frontier forum Quot of the Cincinnati Branch of die labor zionist organization of America. The theme of. The forum is Quot conflict and Promise rabbi Davis will Deal with the major problems Likely to face american Judaism in the next Century. Appearing with rabbi Davis will be prof. Marie Syrkin of Brand is University. Far reaching program for Young people urged the executive director of the jewish welfare federation called for a far reaching pro people in understanding the pc. Ish Community and its Many functions. A it is absolutely Basic that Young people should receive positive experiences in jewish Community organizations a said Frank h. Newman. Such experience he added is designed to help them learn and prepare them for leadership and participation in the jewish Community Newman pointed out that in Many cases the Jef looks to its functional agencies serving youth a such As the Center and the Jea a to organize activities to Aid in the attainment of this objective. A your temples and synagogues can and do play a significant role in teaching Young people the meaning of jewish responsibility and giving them a feeling of Pride about the achievements which the organized jewish Community has attained a said Newman. Among others he cited the City a religious and communal Council to install officers at luncheon mrs. Ernest Lorch will be installed As president of the Indianapolis Section of the National Council of jewish women at special luncheon ceremonies at Tempie Beth Al on monday May 4. Mrs. Lorch succeeds mrs. Louis Fink who served As the organization s president for the past two years. The slate of new officers to be installed with mrs. Lorch Are vice presidents mesdames Charles Fisch Stanley Herman Tevie Jacobs i. E. Linderman and Gerald Paul recording Secretary mrs. David Silver corresponding Secretary mrs. N. Nisenbaum financial Secretary mrs. Norman Weisman assistant financial secretaries mrs. Bernard Grae and mrs. Eugene Glick. The new head of the local women a philanthropic and service organization is one of its most Active workers having participated in several key positions prior to attaining the top role. She was the groups Thrift shop chairman publicity chairman program chairman and vice president of education ways and Means and Community services. A devoted worker for the Council since her teen years mrs. Lorch was president of the Junior Council in Forest Hills n. Y. Where the torches resided prior to coming to Indianapolis 15 years ago. Recognized As a Foremost Volunteer in Indianapolis mrs. Lorcha a record of service includes varied civic and communal activities. She has served As a Board member of the fall Creek Pat a Board member of the jewish Community relations Council is a Board member of the jewish Community relations Council is a Board member of jewish social services the Indianapolis hebrew congregation sisterhood and a member of the Indianapolis Council of women women a mental health Council the governors youth advisory Council the Indiana human relations mrs. Ernest Lorch Council president Council and the Council of world affairs. Mrs. Lorch is the wife of Ernest Lorch and is a graduate of new York University. The Lorcha a have two children Kenny and Karen and the family resides at 3719 East 57th school registration dates slated registration in All departments of the jewish educational association will begin May 1 and continue All month it was announced this week. The association said it is essential that parents Complete this Early registration. This enables the school to classify All students to assist parents with transportation and to provide sufficient time for All children to arrange their schedules for outside activities. The office 6711 Hoover Road will give All information to those who wish to Register their children for the coming school year which begins in september. Institutions the teen age Council at the Center and sunday schools As Steps in the right direction toward achieving this goal but Newman emphasized that Many More activities Are needed to make Young people conscious of their heritage. A your children should learn about the jewish Community from kindergarten up a he said. A was they get older they should be Given experiences in jewish Community service. There should be Moie opportunities to learn about the jewish Community and its programs. Young people should be asked to organize themselves for campaigning within their own ranks for the Jef with the right supervision of mrs. Robert Romer director of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation sunday school agreed that youngsters should be More involved directly with jewish Community functions so they learn at an Early age the responsibilities which eventually will be theirs. A you have to do More with children than just Tell them a she said. A you have to show she cautioned that the More identified jewish youngsters become with the Community at Large rather than having close ties with the jewish Community the More difficult it is to make them realize their responsibilities. All sunday schools of temples and synagogues have for Many years contributed to the Keren Ami fund from which Many charities including the Jef Benefit. One of the most successful fund raising enterprises locally on the teen age level is stunt night held two weeks ago for the third time from which the Jef Campaign realized several Hundred dollars. Presented by the teen age Council stunt night consists of skits by tac affiliated groups meeting at the Center such As Pok link Temple teens Aza and big and Usy United synagogue youth which walked off with top honors this year. Sunday school leaders pointed out their teen agers now at least get some idea of jewish Community services and functions by touring at least one local Agency other than the Center such As the Borinstein Home preparing programs at local agencies and having executives of such agencies talk to them. A we stress the need to help other people a said mrs. Emanuel Deitz principal of the Beth-e1 sunday school. A we feel if youngsters Are made to realize at an Early age what it Means to contribute to help others they will be More used to it As rabbi Maurice Davis of inc said his congregation recently had its first a talk Back Quot session with officials of Borinstein continued on Back Pate

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