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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 7, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaA 15c per copy published weekly a $7 per Yea jewish Post Quot opinion Quot you let the people know they can Art edition me 4-1307 Friday May 7, 1965 link Pok act tops at stunt night in 0 an act entitled Quot once upon a Jolly Green. Walked off with top honors at last sunday night s fourth annual teen age stunt night with the jewish welfare federation the biggest Winner. Proceeds the affair consisting five acts and musical interludes. Go to the annual Jef Campaign. About 700 persons jammed the auditorium Temple Beth-e1 Zedeck the largest attendance yet at stunt night which has become one the most popular Quot Side shows the annual drive. The act judged tops was presented by link and Pok and starred Pete Weisz As Izzi Green and i Orel Grae As his Mother mrs. Saul Green. Others in the cast included John Tzucker Carol Smith Larry Dorfman Eddie Sachs Gerda Fogle Sheryl Green Sheryl Stern Barbara Ziffren Barry Schuchman Becky Jade Linda Silver Joanne Burns Gail Ader Irene Csillag Barb Michelson Barb Greenberg Donna Brod Steve Salman and Joey Rifkin. The act was written and directed by Donna Brod Sheryl Stern and Pete Weisz. Accompanists were Donna Brod and Steve Salman. Mrs. Morris Seif and mrs. Sanford Schwartz Are link advisors and a1 Wachter is advisor to Pok. Totth r acts were presented by big Aza Counci Lettes Usy and Temple teens. The judges were Jim Gerrard web my a Quot sound the City Quot Fame mrs. Bernie Herman wife the a fam disc jockey Joe Light wife disc jockey Gene Slaymaker radio news editor a fam and Ted Goldberg professor social work at Indiana University. Mike Kirsh v As master ceremonies and Lesley Barrett and Louis Joseph were co chairmen. The entire program was under the supervision Tom Lawson the jewish Community centers teen program director. Musical entertainment was provided by the rogues lamplighters and runaways. Theme stunt night was Quot Jef a Tell me a Jef officials were Liberal in their Praise the teen agers and the Center staff for putting the program. A i think everything ought to be done to encourage the Young people to continue this program a said Frank h. Newman Jef executive director. A i would like to congratulate them their sponsors and the Center staff who have Given them the necessary props to put what has really become an annual tradition in our Newman pointed out that teen age stunt night has taken great Community significance Over the years. Quot Young people Are enjoying an experience creativity and fun that is directly related to the jewish Community a primary philanthropic activity a he said. A not Only Are they having a meaningful and positive experience but they Are also getting the Campaign message across to a Large audience some whom do not participate in Campaign Jef women $63,000 in fund drive top the women a division the jewish welfare federation has raised More than $63,000 in pledges for the 1965 Campaign chairman mrs. Charles Fisch reported this week. The divisions key leadership held a Campaign evaluation meeting at the Home mrs. Fisch monday. It was disclosed that various women a division units have obtained 1,136 contributions considerably More than last year with some still outstanding. Of the total the Pace setters under mrs. Gene Glick and mrs. Howard Kahn accounted for $35,835 general solicitation brought in More than $21,500 in pledges and the Young matrons total was nearly $5,000. Mrs. Fisch attributed part the Success the women a Campaign to year round promotional efforts by the jewish welfare federation and its agencies. Quot there was no pressure a she said. Quot the needs were being stressed in federation affairs through the mrs. Fisch was also chairman last years women scam final plans readies for Jea Temple Day final plans were announced this week for Quot Temple Day at Jean next sunday May 16, a Community wide Effort supported by All congregations in an Effort to strengthen the jewish educational association. Bus transportation will be provided by Jea. The following schedule to tour the Jea facilities was announced 9 30-11 . A Indianapolis hebrew congregation. 11 15-12 45 . A Beth Al and b Nai torah. Bus pickup will originate from the various congregations. The program to better acquaint the jewish Community with the Jea has been endorsed by the City a spiritual leaders a rabbis Maurice Davis Nandor Fruchter Sidney Steiman and Solomon Silberberg. Special features include demonstrations by the noted artist and author Herb Kruckman new York and a jewish musical festival contest with awards going to the three top winners. The Jea open House is being staged less than two weeks after a noted jewish educator made an extensive Survey the Jea in an Effort to boost the Agency a Overall enrolment. Or. Samuel grand new York met with Jea and Community leaders this week As part his study the Agency. K grand whose services were obtained through the american association for jewish education is now in process compiling a written report his findings which will be submitted to Jea officials for further study and consideration. Kruckman is noted As a Painter author Illustrator and creator the comic strip a Joey and his friends in Quot world Over Magazine. He is known for delighting and entertaining children As he pain. In accordance with constitutional provisions she now becomes chairman the women a division advisory committee succeeding mrs. A. Ebner Blatt. She said chairing the Campaign for two years was a wonderful experience because it brought her in close Contact with All the Community Stop jewish women a leadership. B Nai torah to Host rabbis congregation by Nai torah will be Host to the rabbis the rabbinical Council America three states Ohio Indiana and Kentucky tuesday May u. More than a dozen rabbis and their wives will meet at by Nai torah synagogue to discuss the problems the Rabbinate and their congregations. David Fogle president by Nai torah will Greet the rabbis. Ladies from by Nai torah sisterhood will serve a luncheon. Martin l. Larner one the Community s most dedicated Lay leaders is scheduled to be the next president the Midwest Region the jewish welfare Board. Election officers will highlight the regions four Day session opening at French lick May 13. Larner a prominent local businessman and president the jewish Community Center now is a vice president the Midwest Region the largest in the country stretching from Pittsburgh to Denver. Last year lamer made a $30,000 gift to the Center for construction indoor handball courts bearing his name. Various phases jewish Community Center activities will be the Agenda at the French lick meeting. The Agenda includes a series workshops and panel discussions. Among the speakers will be Sanford Solender executive vice president the Job whose topic will be a the jewish Community Center an american other speakers include rabbi Arthur j. Lelyveld Cleveland whose subject will be a the contribution the Center to jewish life in several couples closely associated with the local Center Are scheduled to attend including . And mrs. Larner . And mrs. Morris Cohen . And mrs. Frank Newman . And mrs. James p. Leeds . And mrs. Irwin Katz and . And mrs. Albert Reuben. Plans set for Israel \ Independence Day the Indianapolis zionist District has announced that rabbi Norbert Samuelson will speak at the 17th Israel Independence Day Celebration May 16, 1965. Rabbi Samuelson is the director the Hillel foundation at Indiana University. He will speak a the relation israeli and american jewry the by Nai torah choral group under the direction mrs. Nandor Fruchter will also perform at the yom Haat Mauth Celebration. President Max Simon vice president Myro Glass and program chairman Max Furer extend an invitation to the entire jewish Community to attend this event May 16th, at 8 ., at the jewish educational association 6711 Hoover Road. There will be no admission charge and refreshments will be served. Martin Larner to head welfare Board Region Herb Kruckman draws colourful pictures at lightning Speed during one his famed a Chalk he draws and explains abstract Art distortion in Art and All things that have puzzled the Layman. He stresses the contribution jewish artists and their part in Art history. His drawings Are Given to the children As prizes. Tiie entire program is under the supervision Max Furer Jea executive director and his staff who will conduct guided Tours the building and facilities. Furer pointed out this is the first time a Jea Quot Day is being observed to spell out the services it renders to the jewish Community and to members All congregations. Refreshments will be served. Louis Meariman named to High Uja position Louis Meariman jr., prominent jewish communal Leader West Lafayette ind., has been elected to the Young leadership Cabinet the United jewish Appeal it was announced by Joseph h. Kanter Cincinnati o., Young leadership Cabinet chairman. Meariman has been president the Federated jewish charities Lafayette for the past four years As Well As chairman its campaigns which the Uja is a major beneficiary. Prior to that he was financial Secretary the federation for two years. An attorney practising in Lafayette he served As City judge his Home Community in 1962 and 1963. The Young leadership Cabinet Uja is the 98-Memfcer governing body the Young leadership Council comprising nearly 9,000 men from Ages 25 to 40 in a nationwide movement which provides a training ground for future leadership in the United jewish Appeal and their communities
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