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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 29, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaA 15c per copy a published weekly a $7 per Yea jewish Post qa/2 a a Quot if you let the people Koiv they Ca atfvtf37 3�vlsdv��vi�n1 Indiana edition a me 4-1307 x Friday. October 29. 1965 Vollz via no. 5 Friday october 29, 1965 Community May be asked to Aid Cuba refugees the jewish Community of Indianapolis May soon be asked to take an Active part in the resettlement of refugees from Cuba. When the National origins quota system was eliminated recently by presidential signature off the new immigration Bill the United Hias service in new York anticipated an increase of about 25 per cent in migrants from Europe Africa and the Middle East for a three year period a All sponsored by the world wide jewish migration Agency. Gordon to speak at meeting of women s Council the Indianapolis Section of the National Council of jewish women will hold its monthly membership meeting at noon monday nov. 1, in the downstairs banquet room of Mike s Steak Haus 5380 North College Avenue. Robert Gordon executive director of the anti defamation league of Indianapolis b Nai brith will speak on the topic a extremism a the Challenge of the 60�?Ts.�?� mrs. David Kahn is the program chairman. Reservations can be made by calling mrs. Melvin Slavin or mrs. Stephen Miller. Mrs. Stephen Jacobs is in charge of providing transportation. Mrs. Ernest Lorch president of the local chapter will preside at the meeting. Manuel i. Leve chairman of the jewish welfare federation s sub committee on Over a seas agencies made Public to the Board of directors recently a communication from James p. Rice United Hias executive director. Rice pointed out that his Agency together with several others will augment their activities for the reception of cuban refugees in Miami and their resettlement in this country. The cuban jewish Community was estimated at abort 2,500 persons but officials emphasized it was impossible to predict How Many of them will Benefit from the resettlement program. United Hirs is one of the Many agencies a local National and overseas a that Benefit from the annual Jef Campaign. President Johnson s announcement of eliminating the National origins quota indicated that first priority will go to the reunion of family members and political prisoners. A we Are confident a said Rice a that All of the communities associated with us will fulfil the responsibility to Welcome additional jewish refugees and immigrants to we Welcome pictures but Here s trouble the jewish Post and opinion welcomes pictures of bar and Bas Mitzvah boys and girls As Well As brides to be. But we have a problem. We do not have facilities where pictures can be enlarged or reduced for reproduction and this sometimes Means that a valuable picture must be Cut if we Are to use it. When submitting pictures of the head and shoulders variety please ask whoever prepares the photograph for you to print a picture not bigger than two inches wide by three inches deep. This will help us and your picture will look better when it is printed in the Post Jef budgets $1,000 for Golden age club entertainment night set to Aid Israel Bond drive the menus club of by Nai torah and the members of Etz Chaim congregation with the City wide Israel Bond Campaign will have a a unite of entertainment wednesday nov. 3rd at by Nai torah. Appearing for the evening will be by Sands dynamic Young yiddish american comedian who has entertained audiences from coast to coast. Born on new York s lower East Side Sands is the son of a Cantor from whom he Learned the traditions and Rich folklore or jewish life that have endeared him to his audiences. He was a boy Soprano in Cantor Rosenblattt a choir and earned himself the reputation of a first class mimic because of the imitations he did of others in the choir. Brand is committee by Sands top comedian Sands career in the Catskill Mountain borscht Belt and in supper clubs in Miami Las vegas Chicago and other noted centers was interrupted by the War. Upon his return Home he worked with Barney Ross in going from Home to Home to collect used military uniforms for shipment to the Havanah. He has appeared on radio with Milton Berle and the a american jewish caravan a and has been seen on television with Kate Smith and Martin and Lewis. Or. Sands has also been seen with Danny Kaye and Eddie Cantor in addition to leading his time and talents to charitable and humanitarian causes. Warm entertaining and witty Sands has amused audiences throughout America. The co chairmen of the affair Are Sidney Sakowitz and Leon Calderon. Members of the committee include Julius Beilach Jack Bunes Abe Cohen Harry Dock Sam Dorfman Eli Ettinger Joseph Goldstein Jack Leventhal and George Snyder. For further information Call 926-8352 or 632-5935. Sets opening event Calfior Nona Rcd Cantor Myro Glass left receives the Kennedy medal award from Abe Miller a member of the jewish National fund at the Indianapolis Nakhlah dinner oct. 24 at which or. And mrs. Shoolem Ettinger were honoured. Cantor galls received the award for his outstanding inf work and in raising Money for the John f. Kennedy peace Forest in Israel. The Brand is women a committee will hold their opening fall meeting at 12 30 . Nov. 3 at Broadmoor country club. Emanuel m. Gilbert special assistant to the president of Brand is University and t h e University a executive director will be the guest speaker. Reservations May be made with mrs. Jerome Abrams 2514308. A proposal that the jewish welfare federation include in its budget a sum not to exceed $1,000 to cover transportation for the Golden age club was approved at a meeting of t h e Jef Board of directors. Previously the federations executive committee approved this request effective Jan. 1, 1966, for the Calendar year. The clubs transportation costs to the jewish Community Center and other agencies had been borne by the Council of jewish women and the jewish Community Center jointly. The Board at its meeting in Broadmoor country club also approved a request that delegates to the general Assembly of the Council of jewish federation and welfare funds at Montreal next month be empowered to negotiate a pre Campaign agreement with the United jewish Appeal. Such agreement is subject to approval by the Board of directors. In the past few years ujan a share of the annual federation fund drive was 44.4 per cent
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