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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 7, 1955, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy $6 per yecrtheewish7/ you let the people know they can act intelligently Indiana edition Friday october 7, 1955 registered As second class matter Post office. Indianapolis Indiana. Volu $100,000 sought building to Start soon pairs Parley or. And mrs. Jacob Lutz at right Are shown conferring with israeli colonel Dina Werth extreme left and mrs. Michael Stavisky at the Israel Bond reception at the Sheraton Lincoln hotel on sunday oct. 2. Colonel Werth is training officer of a Chen a israeli counterpart to the wac. Mrs. Stavisky is National women a chairman for Bonds. Col. Werth is from Tel Aviv mrs. Stavisky from East Orange n. J. Or. Joseph j. Schwartz National Bond drive head to address dinner Here or. Joseph j. Schwartz head of the nation wide Israel Bond a Campaign will address a dinner meeting at the Columbia club at 6 . Saturday oct. 15. For four years before taking Over the Israel Bond Helm or. Schwartz headed the United jewish Appeal. He has been credited with the founding of the joint distribution committee which he headed for twelve years during the time when it saved an estimated 1 million jews. He is also considered directly responsible for the Rescue and resettlement of hundreds of thousands of jews. More recently he was executive vice chairman of the Uja for four years. Abe Miller and mrs. Lewis Levy Are co chairmen of the meeting. Dinner reservations May be made at the Israel Bond office 108 Washington st., me 2-4581. Or. Joseph j. Schwartz Israel Bond head birr will enter de Bayt at b Nai b Rith next week some preliminary sparring before november a main ballot bout will take place when both mayoralty candidates appear in a debate before b Nai b Rith next week. Philip m. Bayt. Democratic nominee and James o. Birr Republican Standard bearer will take the floor in a meeting starting at 7 30 p. M. Wednesday. Oct. 12, in the Broad Ripple legion Hall. Both men must leave the meeting owing to a prior commitment at 8 30 p. M. Sharp. There will be a question period with our City a next mayor. Dinner will be served promptly at 6 30 p. M. Reservations May be made through mrs. Fox at a 5-5110. The debate is open to the Public. By Nai by Rith will give its first door prize of the season. Milton a. Fineberg will serve As building fund chairman in the 1955 Campaign for a net jewish Community Center. His appointment was jointly announced last week by Maurel Rothbaum president of the jew ish welfare federation and Martin Larner president of the jewish Community Center association. Meeting immediately after his appointment with federation and Center association leaders Fineberg announced the names of those who will assume major responsibilities in the $100,000 special building fund drive this fall. Flower Guild to resume work after a month of feasts and fasts the Temple sisterhood Flower Guild will resume the routine business of folding and wrapping bandages and dressings of All kinds for the patients at methodist Hospital. The groups next regular meeting will be held from 9 30 . Thursday oct. 13, at the White Cross service Center 1701 Boulevard i. Meetings of the sisterhood Guild the Only jewish unit connected with the Hospital s a White Cross Guild Are held on the second thursday of each month. Milton j. Fineberg ready for a build up federation asks givers to pay pledges help Uja at the request of the United jewish Appeal the jewish welfare federation last week called on local contributors to pay their outstanding pledges. The Uja which receives about 53 per cent of funds collected in Indianapolis by federation is undertaking an emergency transportation and resettlement program involving 10,000 North african jews at a Cost of $10 million. This City a share according to federation director Oscar a. Mintzer is $60,000, of which $20,000 has been sent to Uja during the past 10 Days. Brand is women to plan meeting plans will be made for the opening meeting of the Indianapolis Brand is University worn Eric a committee at a membership committee meeting at chairman mrs. Samuel Prazen a Home 5151 n. Meridian st., at 1 30 . To Day. Mrs. Sylvan Pearl off has been appointed to the organizations Book fund committee. Mrs. Luanie is committee chairman and mrs. Dave Lipp and mrs. Ivan Chalfie Are co chairmen. Special Book fund chairman is mrs. Dorothy Adler. In a letter sent to contributors federation president Maurel Rothbaum indicated that his Agency had been a literally swamped by appeals from a number of beneficiaries begging us for Cash to carry on their programs a including Many besides the Uja. 400 immigrants arrive Haifa a More than 400 immigrants arrived Here on the . Golden Isles last week. Special gifts chairman is Sam Schahet. Co chairmen of intermediate gifts Are a1 Morris mrs. A1 Calderon Morris Roth Bard and Irwin Katz. Co chairmen of general solicitations Are Harry Alpert and Sherman Weinstein. The Young adults division consists of Allan Selig Stanley Goldberg and Sig Rosenfeld. And mrs. J. A. Goodman will head the memorial gifts committee. The Structure envisioned in present plans will Cost about $720,000. The $315,000 already pledged in the three year Campaign plus the $100,000 goal of the coming drive will be added to a mortgage now being sought to provide the necessary funds final plans for the building and outdoor swimming Pool to be located on the 38-acre site at 67th st. And Hoover re. Have been completed. Bids for construction Are being prepared and Are expected to be submitted later this month. Federation and Center authorities plan to begin construction while the special $100,000 drive is still on. Workmen s Circle group to plan new year dance plans for a new years dance will be discussed at amp meeting of the newly organized younger Peoples workmen Scircle Branch no. 575 at workmen Scircle Hall 1218 s. Meridian �?�st., at 7 . Sunday oct. 9. Because the meeting is on Sim hat torah it will be a la Chaim. Latkes and Tea will be served by Mes. Sam Elster Joseph Tabak Sam Epstein Nathan Zalmanowitz and s. Zlot Nick. The meeting will be open to the Public. For information Call j. Tabak. Me 7-1680, or mrs. Elster a 3-5030. Center Campaign reopens under Milton j. Fineberg Chicago rabbi to speak at parlor meeting Here rabbi Jacob j. Weinstein of Chicago s Kam Temple will address a parlor meeting in Indianapolis on sunday oct. 30. The meeting has been called by the local friends of the Hista Drut the Israel federation of labor. Rabbi Weinstein has been Active in labor circles both jewish and non jewish. He writes a weekly column in the National jewish Post. New glory for old glory Indianapolis by Nai by Rith women Are out to take the Community american Flag conscious and the chapters americanism committee plans a door to door Flag Selling Campaign. Mrs. J. H. Schil Duneier left is shown making the years first Sale to mrs. George King 5665 n. Meridian. Included in the kit for the by women s 3-by-5-foot, fast color Flag Are a jointed wooden pole Ball top Halyard and Metal bracket. It is priced at $3

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