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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 28, 1958, Indianapolis, Indiana15c to a copy of pm a seas my you Lei the people Snow. They can act intelligently the wish Post to Jawed and a jus 5� 2j Indiana edition Friday november 28, 1958 second class mail privileges authorized at new boric. New York and Indianapolis. Indiana. Volume Xiv a no. 13 exploratory meeting set Quot local federation. Plans study Mission to Israel. The jewish welfare federation is seeking to interest Indianapolis residents in going on a United jewish Appeal study Mission to Israel under local federation auspices according to Oscar a. Mintzer federation director. Everyone interested in taking such a tour at a consid Erable savings is invited to attend an exploratory meeting at the Home of Samuel Schahet 222 e. 70th, at 8 . Tuesday dec. 2. Abraham s. Hyman assistant director of the United jewish Appeal will describe possible arrangements for the a tour. Cost will be somewhere around si000 a person round trip All expenses paid for the dozen or so who would go. One of the purposes of the study Mission Mintzer said is to build support for the federations Campaign next year. Jef votes to Start Jea building drive at once the jewish welfare federation this week voted 24 to 1 to a organize and initiated a fundraising drive for a new $150,000 jewish educational association building on the Hoover Road federation property. At a meeting monday night the federation Board following a request by the Jea Board a resolved that the federation organize and initiate at the earliest Date possible following this meeting a Campaign to be conducted under its auspices by the jewish educational association of Indianapolis for $150,000 to defray the estimated Cost of a new building on the federations property on Hoover the federation at the same time assured the Jet that it would give it a every available and possible assistance and cooperation with it to the utmost in an Effort to make such Campaign a a special meeting of the Jea Board which last month approved the plans and asked for the federation to sponsor the fund raising drive to oct. 24was immediately called by Bernard Stroyman Jea president a to get the Campaign Stroyman said that members of the Jea Board will a implement the action taken by the federation Board with a View toward getting the Campaign organized at the Board meeting scheduled for 10 . Sunday nov. 30, at the jewish Community . Acc hams Quot Call answers cd cd the jewish Community centers w9ads Bennett memorial radio club is calling. All that a what cd Means in an Effort to get a new Leader. The new Leader who need not be jewish will replace the late Arthur Bennett after whom the club was named and by whom it was organized. Further information May be obtained by calling Clifford 1-9468 or Atwater 3-2878 or by writing mrs. Donald Hester Acca teenage division supervisor 6701 Hoover rd., Indianapolis 20, ind. Rabbis butchers delegates Okay Ashrut control body sponsored meeting by Arnold Rosenzweig some 16 congregational representatives rabbis and butchers almost unanimously approved plans this week for a Vaad a Ashrut Ashrut Council to handle and supervise Ashrut matters in Indianapolis. Rabbi Raphael Lobo of Knesset Israel congregation and rabbi William p. Greenfeld of congregation Beth Al Zedeck Are presently in charge of local Ashrut supervision. Meeting at the jewish Community Center under jewish welfare federation auspices the representatives decided to meet at a later Date to approve by Laws that would formally establish the organization in Indianapolis. Manuel i. Leve jewish welfare federation president chaired the meeting with Oscar a. Mintzer federation director at his Side. N according to the decision the Vaad Hak Ashrut will be made up of two parts a Vaad a i it Community Council and rabbinical committee. The plan takes Money considerations out of the hands of rabbis. Although the meeting was held under federation auspices the federation will play Only an advisory role in helping the Vaad Hak Ashrut organize. It will not govern local Ashrut supervision contrary to a local Ashrut group request that it take control of local Ashrut matters to july 25. Seated around the table As seen from the front clockwise were rabbi Moses mag nes of Shara to fila synagogue orthodox Louis Bernstein and or. Harry Rabb representing Shara Teqfila Benny Kaplan operator of Kaplan s meat mar Ket Jacob Alinikoff operator of Alinikoff meat Market rabbi Elias Levi and Lewis Martin spiritual Leader and president respectively of congregation Etz Chaim sep bardic it rabbi Nandor Fruchter of United Central hebrew congregation orthodox Dave Nelson and Sam Dorfman representing Uchic Dave Cooper operator of Coopers meat Market Dave Dobrowitz operator of Dobrowitz meat Market George Cohen and rabbi Raphael Lobo president and spiritual Leader respectively of Knesset Israel congregation orthodox and Samuel Weinberger president of congregation Beth Al Zedeck conservative. Not at the meeting was rabbi William p. Greenfeld of Bethel who Weinberger explained close to $95,000 pledges announced at Beth Al affair pledges of close to $95,000 were announced at this weeks Israel Bonds affair sponsored by congregation Beth Al Zedeck. Moshe Sharett who spoke at the affair presented two special awards to top Israel Bonds workers. Robert Stolkin honorary chairman for Israel Bonds was presented an Israel Bible bound in Silver and rabbi William p. Greenfeld kvas presented an illuminated a Gada made in Israel. Out of the approximately $95,000 announced $15,000 was pledged by Beth Al itself. Could not attend because of the congregations tuesday evening adult classes. Simon Ackerman and rabbi Maurice Davis president and spiritual Leader respectively of Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Also were unable to attend. Absent in addition was shoo Lem Ettinger who had originally spearheaded plans for a new Vaad Hak Ashrut. Here is the proposed Vaad hair and rabbinical commit As drawn up by or. Ray of and Weinberger amended by the group composition of the Vaad hair would include one representative from each of the Kosher meat markets plus either two or three representatives from each of the City a congregations. According to the plan congregations with More than 500 membership will have three representatives this includes congregation Beth Al Zedeck and Indianapolis hebrew congregation whereas those with less than 500 will have two. This includes United Central hebrew congregation Shara Teqfila synagogue Knesset Israel congregation and congregation Etz Chaim a Quot the Vaad hair is to have control of All financial matters of the Vaad Hak Ashrut i.e., ratifying the employing and discharging of Shoh tim ritual butchers collecting All Money and paying All expenses wages rent Etc. The rabbinical committee the second component of the Vaad Hak Ashrut a is to consist of a rabbi representing each congregation. They will elect a qualified member to act continued on Page 15 / c spotlight Hanuka to be fun time at the jewish Center this year Hanuka time will be fun time this year at the jewish Community Center As witnessed by the Many celebrations exhibitions song fests and Ater presentations to be Given there in Honor of the festival of lights. Starting at 4 45 . Saturday dec. 6, the Junior division Gam room will be the site of group singing games and the recitation of the Hanuka blessings Over the candles. On sunday dec. 7, the stamp club will present a postage Stamps of the the arts and Craft classes will show a Hanuka gifts you can the Halimah players will present a Freedom hah a a children a play for Hanuka. The fun with music groups will present Hanuka in rhythm. The centers Junior theater will offer a an Indianapolis Hanuka a Community song fest scheduled for 3 30-4 30 pm. Sunday dec. 7, in room 193, will end an after of fun excitement Onusic and drama. From monday dec. 8, through saturday dec. A song fest and games will be presented each afternoon in the Gam room following by the Reet to fatten. Of blessings Over the Hanuka lights. And a Hanuka theme will pervade cub scout pack no. 447�?Ts monthly pack meeting on sunday dec. 4. Workshop will do Priestley Reading a study of a dramatic crisis in the lives of six persons will be presented by the jewish Community centers theater workshop at 7 and 8 30 . Saturday and sunday dec. 6, when they do a Reading of j. B. Priestley a Quot an inspector the cast includes Martin Larner mrs. Robert Clavier or. J. J. Friedman mrs. Edward h. Frank Don Folberg and or. Maurice manalan. Sol Blu Menthal is director. Tickets Are $1 each. The Public is invited. The centers Nursery school parents will sponsor the saturday night presentation and the Young adult club. The sunday performances. Health club seeks 75 new members the health club this week named membership and program committee co chairmen to spark an dec. 4, Effort to add 75 new members to the Center club. William Deckelbaum chairman of the health club committee announced that Lewis Davis m. J. Dworkus and Herman j. Stein will co chair the membership committee and Sidney Izsak and or. Arthur Klein the program committee. Seeks More girls for gym classes the jewish Community Center 11-12-13-year-old girls gym class has a few openings left according to Jerry Sallerson physical educational director. He can be reached at the Center by calling Clifford 1-9468. Gymnastics basketball trampoline volleyball group games and other skill activities Are offered. Book review set lbs. Robert Jaeger will review Bernard Mala mud a Best Selling novel of jewish life on new Yorkus lower East Side at a meeting of the jewish Community Center Book club at 8 . Thursday
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