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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 17, 1963, Indianapolis, IndianaI a to a Isih Bond woman of year to address Hadassah mrs. Paul Hurwitz of Chicago who was recently named a Bond woman of the year by the Israel Bond office is featured As the guest speaker at the Hadassah closing luncheon at noon wednesday May 22, at the Marott hotel. The speaker is a past president of West suburban District Hadassah and a past vice president of the Chicago chapter. The luncheon is being jointly sponsored by Haima Hadassah members and will Honor All past presidents and life members. Mrs. Shoolem Ettinger will give the invocation and mrs. Allan b. Selig the Benediction. At the meeting the following officers will be installed by mrs. Howard Kahn mrs. Abe Kulwin president mrs. Roebrt Goldstein vice president mrs. Max purer vice president program and education and mrs. Fred Tuchman vice president membership. Mrs. David Haas treasurer mrs. De Rosenberg assistant treasurer mrs. Ben Dock recording Secretary mrs. Norm Bauer recording Secretary mrs. Samuel Cohen financial Secretary mrs. Bernard Stroyman asst financial Secretary and Emily Linsky corresponding Secretary. Directors for 1963-64 Are mines. William Cohen Robert Greenberg sol Hochman. Irwin Katz David Klain and mrs. Louis Schwartz directors for 1964-65 Are Mes. Harry Alpert Hyman Frank Julian Freeman Reuben Karsh Jacob Lutz and mrs. Zolten Weisz. Mrs. Lester Engel served As nominating chairman. The Price for the luncheon is $2.25 per plate. For reservations Call mrs. Jacob Lutz cd 3-6957, mrs. Max Dworkus cd 1-0760, mrs. David Klain cd 1-4961, mrs. Sherman Weinstein cd 1-2108, mrs. Jack Maurer cd 5-1221. Mrs. Allan Selig cd 3-7170. Other fund activities held federation peril fund raising campaigns by local auxiliaries on behalf of National organizations have weakened the jewish welfare federations annual drive Frank Newman. The federation director dec 1 a r e d in a it f statement to the Anglo jew ish press. Express i n g concern Over activities which draw f u n d s away from the fed a r a t i o a he said that All Newman this a puts an additional Burden on those people who Are expected to give generously to the federations Newman said though Many of these fund raising activities were necessary and strengthened essential elements of the jewish Community their unabated growth was destined to create serious problems for the federation s Campaign. He pointed out that he knew of cases where individuals Are making larger contributions to nation Al hospitals and organizations than they Are to the federation. A some of these people Quot he said Quot do not even contribute to the federation. Frequently these Are the same people who use the services depend on the Central he said that unless the Central Campaign can raise sufficient funds to meet the requirements of its 65 beneficiaries the Community is headed for very serious problems which require drastic action and Strong controls of the various fund raising and membership programs that currently exist. However he said it was not the federation s intention to create an arbitrary approach to this problem. He emphasized there was a need to Point out some of the reasons Why the federation has not raised sufficient funds to meet the needs of its constituents and beneficiaries. There was no question he added about the fact that the federation Campaign a was no. 1 in the 15c per copy Quot a a he weekly May in Yeai a Fogt to lira a. V a Ost lion bit i a Fly you let the people know they can act intelligently Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday May 17, 1963 volume xviii no. 37 meeting called on Kosher food at Community events Frank Newman jewish welfare federation director told the Post this week that he has called a meeting of rabbis and directors of the social agencies to discuss the matter of serving Kosher at Community dinners. The meeting will be held within tire next few weeks. A jewish Community organizations a he said a should at All times be sensitive to religious values. The dietary requirements of traditional jews should always be considered in planning Community events a Newman added. In last weeks Issue of the Post both rabbi Solomon sillier inc sets fast Pace in Jef Campaign the Indianapolis hebrew congregation has set the Pace among the synagogues for contributions to the jewish welfare fund drive. Statistics reveal a 223.29 per cent increase As compared with last year. A total of $3,153 has been raised by the congregation As compared to $975 from the same contributors in 1962 a an increase of $2,177. Congregation Beth Al has raised $2,987 against the same cards which last year brought in $1.473 or $1,514 More. Beth Els percentage increase is 127.4 percent. The congregation is now planning an Oil out one Day cleanup Campaign. According to Stanley May executive director they have not selected As yet the sunday to be devoted to secure Complete coverage. A we shall know within a week when will be the Best time to insure total Success a he said. By Nai torah which completed their solicitation first reported $1.889 against $1,185 last year or $704 More. This was a 59.9 percent increase. Campaign leaders pointed out that the Job so far accomplished speaker governor Matthew e. Welsh addresses More than 150 guests attending the Indiana and Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council dinner at the Essex House Motel. Seated Are a1 Edelson left and David Cook. By the temples has been astounding and the program of congregational solicitation conceived and instituted last year has been a marked Success. With the exception of us Nai torah it was noted ii Wev Ehat full coverage of All prospects Las not been attained. Leadership at Indian Apt Lis of Crew c Marc gation in reorganizing a secure Complete coverage has embarked upon a special program to cover 150 outstanding cards by june 9. Motivated by Lewis Luria the inc president and by Jack Young the temples executive Secretary ind Herbert Backer vice president an All out approach will be made by the inc group on june 9 to Complete their work. Campagna workers and leaders will be summoned to attend a breakfast meeting on june 9, to be followed by an intensive Effort to cover every outstanding Prospect. The Board of directors of the Temple in recognition of the already accomplished Success Are anxious to see that the program is completed. They will use this one Day approach for this purpose. Berg of congregation Sharah Tefilia and rabbi Nandor Fruch ter of congregation by Nai torah a both orthodox rabbis a opposed the serving of non Kosher food at Community functions As it prevented people from attending. Rabbi Maurice Davis said that provisions should be made for those who observe Ashrut. Meanwhile rabbi Sidney Stei Man spiritual Leader of Conger gation Beth Al Zedeck said a whenever adequate Kosher facilities Are available every consideration should be Given to meet the religious requirements in the dietary observances of traditional jewish rabbi Steiman was not available for comment last week when the question was posed to tiie rabbis. Rabbi Steiman said that where adequate Kosher facilities Are not available As in Indianapolis the problem of Public dinners for those who strictly observe the dietary Laws presents a serious problem. A to my knowledge the Ashrut standards of our own membership at Beth Al in Public dinners outside the Temple have been adequately cared for by the Avail ability of fish or a fruit plate. A fall runners served at Beth Al itself Are prepared in strict accordance with the dietary Laws a rabbi added. Editors note non Kosher food is served at almost All dinners of agencies of the jewish Community. The jewish educational association has a strictly Kosher Kitchen and All dinners held there by the Agency and others Are in accordance with the Laws of Ashrut
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