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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 3, 1958, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy 5$ per year u you Lei the people know they cast Aci intelligently f feel a wish Post published weekly and opinion Indiana edition Friday october 3, 1958 second class mail privileges authorized at new York. New York and Indianapolis Indiana. Volume Xiv a no. 7 Job Midwest Board to Eye acc fraternity ties Center relations Between jewish Community centers and teenage fraternities and sororities and the ranch style construction the new Indianapolis jewish Community Center will be examined at the forthcoming annual Board governors meeting the Midwest Section the National jewish welfare Board. The meeting is scheduled for the week end oct. 10-12 in the new jewish Community Center and the Marott hotel. According to Irwin Katz Center president who will attend the meeting Dele Katz Gates such communities As Denver Omaha Pittsburgh and Youngstown o., will look the centers one Story construction Over for possible emulation in their communities. All the meetings sessions except the Board meeting will be open and the Community is urged to attend Katz told the Post and opinion. Here Are some the forums and addresses scheduled a an Oneg shabbat session a the Impact the jewish Community Center the attitudes and values its . Jacob Getzels professor psychology at the University Chicago and Eli Picheny Midwest Field Secretary will participate. An address Quot the role the acc in the total Community by mrs. Mary Houk Dean the Indiana University school social work after the official dinner meeting the Board at the Marott hotel. The dinner will begin at 7 . Saturday. Cultural entertainment consisting a program dramatics choral singing and interpretive dancing will be presented. O a clinic Quot How to interpret the jewish Community Center movement and the jewish welfare boards services in the continued Page 4 Isadore Rosenfeld takes Jarc reins from David Coos Isadore Rosenfeld South Bend succeeded David m. Cook Indianapolis As president the Indiana jewish Community relations Council at the organizations annual meeting this week in South Bend. Ervin Weil Evansville Martin Schwartz Muncie and Irving Brenman Gary were elected vice presidents David Cook treasurer and mrs. Walter Lichtenstein Indianapolis assistant treasurer. Jews playing key roles n United fund Campaign corporate gifts division is William l. Schloss who has been Active in the United fund and Community fund for some 20 years. Or. Schloss is the Board the boy scouts the red Cross and the Board for fundamental education which sponsors Flanner House Homes. Mrs. J. William Julian co chairman the special gifts division was chairman All the City a apartments last year. Her civic interests include the family service association which she is vice president and the Park school Mother s association which she is Secretary. Mrs. Jack Goldberg a United fund and Community Chest worker for 27 years is a District chairman the apartment division this year. The District chairman took cards in the big gifts division the United fund last year and recently had charge a women a residential District. Mrs. Morris Jacobs a member the United fund Board is vice president the United fund league which promotes the fund the year around. A United fund and Community Chest worker for some 18 to 20 years miss. Jacobs was residential chairman for two years. She also has considerable work for the jewish Wel Long hours solicitations and strategy meetings a these and More Are showing that Indianapolis jewry Isnit letting he United fund Down. The fund Campaign which began sept. 30, is already receiving the leadership assistance several Indianapolis jews. Scores other jewish persons both titled and untitled a Are playing similarly important roles fund officials informed the Post and opinion. Two the top workers i he Campaign Are mrs. Joseph Rothbard vice chairman in advising apartment and special gifts workers in the residential division and mrs. Charles Efroymson vice chairman in charge the Reserve team the residential division. Mrs. Rothbard who has been Active in the United fund and Community fund for 14 years worked her Way up from worker Captain and District chairman. Mrs. Efroymson a charter member the United fund league which helped organize the fund was Over All City residential chairman the Campaign in 1946. A United fund and Community Chest worker for some 15 years she was chairman the women a division the jewish welfare federation Campaign last year. A Captain in the advanced Jea to decide plans for inc addition the jewish educational association Board will meet wednesday night oct. 8, to decide plans to build an addition to the jewish Community Center for classrooms and an auditorium. At a meeting the Jea Board last week the building committee reported arrangements being negotiated with the jewish welfare federation and plans for construction which would total approximately $100.000. Previous plans drawn up by Rig Braverman Cleveland architect called for a separate building costing approximately $230,000. The building committee reported that it held a number meetings with a committee jewish welfare federation and that new plans for a $100,000 Structure had finally been approved by the federations budget and policy committee. The full federation Board has not As yet had a Chance to approve the action its committee. Under the plans now being considered the seven classrooms and office the new addition will be located at the Northeast end the Center and will have its own Entrance. The room at the very North end the Center which is now the ingest the building affords would be doubled under the plan and then be available for the use both the Center and the Jea. It was pointed out that under Liis arrangement considerable economies would result from a common heating Plant and the availability a joint auditorium. The Jea building committee report met with considerable opposition and a two week delay was voted by the Board in order to permit More time for consideration the plans. If the jewish educational association and jewish welfare federation approve he plans the federation will probably embark a drive for funds to be spearheaded by Jea supporters. It was pointed out that this is the same procedure the federation followed in conducting the fund drive for the new jewish Community Center with the Center Board providing Active support. Title the new building would be in the hands the federation but decisions As to its use would be up to the Jea according to an agreement which is yet to be drawn up. The present Jea building at 8456 Central would probably be sold and if the need warrants four classrooms in the area would be secured for the time being for use pupils who live in the neighbourhood. Continued Page 4 have you heard holy Days exit and so do the trip takers by mrs. Emma. Nominees Walnut. 6-6426 the High holy Days season is practically Over at last and with it come not Only the beginning a round autum social affairs but important trips to conventions and visits to out town loved ones As Well. Here Are some the news trip takers Are making that you la be talking about during the next several Days mrs. Harry Mintz 3606 n. Lino is has returned from a Appy trip East where she Metyk children major and mrs. Ilfred Minton and their infant 3�n and daughter at Idlewild a report in new York. The minions were just returning from Paris France. Major Minton who completed a four year assignment with shape is now a Public relations policy officer with nato representing the u. S. In Washington d. C. The minions will live in Alexandria a. Mrs. Mintz also visited relatives in Jamaica estates l. I., and Levittown n. Y., and accompanied the minions to Alexandria. After a trip to Ithaca n. Y., to escort their daughter Rochelle to her Sophomore year at Cornell University . And mrs. Abe Miller 1077 Fox Hills drive stopped to see Niagara Falls their Way Home. Rochelle who transferred to Cornell this year from Purdue is a dietetics major. Away a visiting trip to new York City is mrs. Bert Goldberg 5754 Broadway. Mrs Goldberg will see her sister Helen Leventhal who recently returned from a european tour and her sister and brother in Law . And mrs. Jack Goldfarb. Away to California. Or. And mrs. Morris Stoner 123 w. 8lst, who celebrated their 10th anniversary sept. 30, plan to leave oct. 18 for Palm Springs cal., where . Stoner will read a paper before the annual meeting the Tweed foundation for orthodontic research at the conclusion the con continued next Page if you want to see an exhibition landscapes and children s portraits by an expert artist the lobby the civic theatre will be the place at 8 30 . Oct. 3-12. Mrs. Carl w. Lichtenstein 445 e. 84th, will be the artist whose paintings will be shown during the first play entitled a Southern under her professional name Esther Friend she is Best known for her illustrations children a books. She has Illus advertising salesperson the advertising department the Post and opinion requires the services a trained salesperson who has experience in Selling. The position pays Well and can Lead to important . Cohen me 4-1307 rated 34 to Date and has a new Prayerbook coming out this month published by Rand Mcnally. A native Chicago mrs. Lichtenstein studied at Vogue school and Art Institute and in Paris. She conducts a water color class for adults each thursday morning at the jewish Community Center. Tickets for a Southern exposure Are available at the theatre Box office 1847 n. Alabama by calling Walnut 3-4597. Harold Steinberg who will enter the army oct. 6, has just returned from a months visit in new York City where he appeared television As a member the jury the show a the verdict is he was seen two successive programs after being chosen from the audience. Or. Steinberg spent the last year As a substitute teacher in continued Page 18
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