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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 4, 1963, Indianapolis, Indiana15< per copy a published weekly a $7 per year jewish Post a �n1 h adv to a \?ll0<lvnvln0s Viniss Quot if you let the people know they can Art inteutgtf., o j Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday october 4, 1963 volume Xix no. 5gift for Dorothy the jewish welfare federation bid a fond Farewell last sunday to one of its most dedicated workers Dorothy Schlesinger. For More than 20 years the Jef office manager miss Schlesinger retired oct. 1. Her Many friends paid tribute to her at an open House at the Jea last sunday. Here Jef president William l. Schloss presents miss Schlesinger with a watch. Jef delays action on yearbook Issue top Israel Bond aide to speak in City new pledge to the Book. Still he said there were a considerable number of increased gifts and a larger number of gifts than in the previous year a for whatever the reasons. A under the circumstances a Cook concluded a the committee Felt it would be Well to continue the Experiment for at least one More pros and cons regarding the yearbook were debated for some time Foremost among them How to handle contributors whose pledges have become delinquent. Although a show of hands showed the Board favored continuation of the yearbook by a vote of better than 2 to 1, a motion that the committees recommendation be tabled until the next meeting carried. Mrs. David Cook told the Board decreased enrolment and a Quot competitive feeling Between officials of the Jea and the Center has resulted in a study of the two agencies Nursery schools to continue through the first semester. She said the study will attempt to a evaluate Agency relation she indicated some of the friction apparently resulted when the parents group at the Center decided to set up its own bus service without prior consultation with other officials. A the feeding now is a mrs. Cook stated Quot that elimination of Center bus service might terminate their Nursery school As a result. Jef officials said it was decided to let the bus service be part of the Center Nursery program for the first semester. Mrs. Cook said of the 20 children enrolled in the Center Nursery school 18 ride the bus. Of the 49 children enrolled in the Jea Nursery Only three use bus transportation. Liebert Bud Mossier chairman of the Jef budget and policy committee said not enough Money was available from the 1963 federation fund drive to allocate to the various agencies All they asked. The drive netted about $140,000. A we have a Tough Job ahead of us a said Mossier. A we will have to initiate some cuts All the federation study committee headed by Sigmund Beck was created to attract attention to Jef programs. Beck said a series of five study groups will be held to intimately acquaint the Community with the various agencies. The services review committee headed by Morris Goodman and mrs. Cook was formed to study if the services now rendered by the Jef agencies Are adequate a a if we get the most out of the Dollar we Are mrs. Cook said it was not the study a purpose to work toward merger of any agencies. A we like to think we Are a family of agencies. To produce the greatest and Best kind of Community service a she said or. Joseph j. Schwartz Vic president of the state of Israel Bond organization who has been a key figure during the last 20 years in shaping and directing a massive program of Rescue Relief and migration of Large numbers of jews overseas in the most crucial period in modern jewish history will address a group of the City s jewish leadership at the Home of mrs. Jack a. Goodman on monday oct. 7. Prior to assuming leadership of the Israel Bond organization on May 15, 1955, or. Schwartz served As executive vice chairman of the United jewish Appeal for four and a half years. From 1938 to the end of 1950 he was head of european Relief and rehabilitation program for the american jewish distribution committee. During the period of gravest danger and greatest need for the jews of Europe or. Schwartz As director general of the Jdc supervised urgent Relief and welfare programs in 30 countries involving More than 1,000,000 people. In the course of 12 years overseas he personally conferred with the Heads of virtually every country in Europe and with leading statesmen of the Middle East and North Africa. With the approval of the United states War refugee Board at the height of world War ii he negotiated successfully through Neutral emissaries for the Rescue of tens of thousands of jews from nazi Germany and occupied Europe. In 1945, immediately following the wars end in Europe president Harry s. Truman named or. Schwartz to accompany Earl g. Harrison on a Survey tour of the or. Joseph j. Schwartz helps free thousands then newly established displaced persons Camps in the american zones of occupation. Their report was the first comprehensive presentation to the american people describing the plight of Europe a displaced persons. Later or. Schwartz was called to testify before the Anglo american committee of inquiry on Palestine where he urged the establishment in the holy land of a permanent Haven for homeless and displaced jews. After the War or. Schwartz As the overseas chief of the Jdc directed the Transfer to Israel of More than 500,000 continued on Page 19 the Board of directors of the jewish welfare federation voted at its meeting monday night to delay action on a recommendation to again publish a yearbook listing Campaign gifts. The first meeting of the new Board also heard reports that a not enough funds will be available from the 1963 Campaign for All agencies to satisfy their demands. A a Nursery school study is underway As the result of a Quot competitive feeling Between the Jea and the jewish Community Center. A a services review committee is studying operations of the five Jef affiliated agencies. A a federation study committee has been organized to acquaint newcomers and other interested parties with Jef affairs. The yearbook discussion highlighted the meeting at the Center. It began with a report by David Cook to the effect that his committee recommends publishing a yearbook a similar to last years a listing contributors to the 1963 federation Campaign. Cooke a report pointed out that although there was a some violent criticism against the first Book and a few persons declined to contribute a the amounts involved were negligible in relation to the total a the Overall results of the 1962 Campaign were such As to demonstrate that the Book had not Hurt the Campaign a Cook pointed out. Cook conceded it was More difficult to appraise whether the yearbook resulted in increased pledges for this years Campaign because few if any contributors who either increased their pledges or gave after not having done so the previous year would openly attribute the larger gift or the Jack Guthartz quits social service Post Jacob Jack Guthartz announced his resignation this week As executive director of the jewish social services Here effective dec. 1. Guthartz a native of Brooklyn n.y., has held the position since february 1956. He resigned to become associated with the jewish welfare federation of san Francisco Marin county and Peninsula. Locally his Job was to supervise and counsel families and individuals of All age groups in connection with a variety of problems ranging from child behaviour to marriage to growing old. Before coming Here Guthartz was director of counselling with the jewish family service in st. Louis where he also lectured sociology at Washington University school of nursing. During world War ii he was Gary l. Kuhn named aide at Center Gary l. Kuhn a student of Lincoln chiropractic school has been named an assistant in the physical education department of the jewish Community Center. Kuhn who starred in High school in football and track will assist athletic director Boynton Robson in such sports As weightlifting judo and boxing. He will also conduct a concentrated exercise program for members of the centers health club according to an announcement by Seymour Kline the Agency a executive party scheduled Monument chapter no. 549, order of Eastern Star will hold a card party at 1 . Oct. 23 in the William h. Block company auditorium. Prizes will be awarded. Psychiatric social worker at Lakeland army Airfield in Florida graduated from the school of aviation Medicine at Randolph Field tex., and was a flight surgeons assistant. Bernard jr., president of the jewish social services praised Guthartz a accomplishments Here and said a committee headed by Morris l. Jacobs has been appointed to study selection of a successor. A we Are optimistic we will be Able to replace or. Guthartz before he leaves us a Landman said. Guthartz was also educated at City College of new York and Washington University where he was a graduate student specializing in psychiatric social work. Jacob Guthartz takes Job on West coast
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