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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 23, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaOnly orthodox invited to Johnson s Celebration new York a at least one jewish organization was elated enough Over a reception by the president which it was invited to attend that it has sent out a detailed news report of the affair. The Union of orthodox jewish congregations of America reported that Throe orthodox jewish leaders were the Only representatives of the jewish Community who attended a reception Given last tuesday at the White House in Honor of those who had cooperated in the passage of the Aid to education Bill. The orthodox leaders were Moses i. Feuerstein president of the Union of orthodox jewish congregations of America Amos Bunin National chairman of torah ume Sorah the National society for the establishment of hebrew Day schools and rabbi Moshe Sherer executive vice president of the Gudath Israel of America. The gathering mingled in the lobby As Well As in the Side rooms where there was a display of the dinnerware and silverware used for formal functions by preceding presidents. Hie reception line then formed which reached up the stairway into a reception room on the second floor where a twelve piece string orchestra played while the line proceeded slowly until k reached president Johnson. As each representative Shook hands with the president a photograph was taken while the president conversed briefly with each guest and congratulations were exchanged. Upon entering the East room each guest was presented with an envelope containing a copy of the education Bill As passed together with an inscription by the president Reading a with appreciation for your commitment to education b. .1 it 1 a a closed on Sabbath policy urged on jewish Center Milton Himmelfarb says jewish parents seek to avoid Judaism Philadelphia a Milton Himmelfarb told a University of Pennsylvania Hillel foundation audience Here that Forward to the Day when 11 religions will merge and jews will cease to be his speech was reported in the exponent publication of the local fed a a jewish parents for the most part look ration. Will Israel permit tourist gambling Minneapolis a the orthodox and conservative rabbis of this City have prepared a series of statements on the jewish Community Center which Calls for among other considerations a policy of Observance of Kash rut and a closed on shabbat policy. The statement also took into consideration the growing meter Faith movement and asserted that a when the distinction Between general and jewish organizations is blurred namely when jewish organizations become interfaith organizations these bodies May perform Well their general functions but they lose their vigor As protagonists of Judaism and their Power As bulwarks against the american jewish world reported rabbi Moses Sachs a member of the committee As saying that the recommendations were received in a Friendly fashion by the jewish federation and the Center groups. The statement asked for establishment of a rabbinical consultation committee As part of the official Center organizational Structure to consult and guide in matter of Lewish Law and standards and those which relate to jewish education. Jerusalem a is gambling finally coming to Israel As a tourist attraction that Many experts have contended would make Israel the Ideal tourist Haven the chances May not be so Good in View of the fact that similar attempts in the past have failed. Blot one hotel owner Haim Schiff whose new Judean gardens hotel is opening this week told the Jerusalem Post that gambling equipment is arriving from France for installation in a gambling room of Testate Dep t reverses self on user jews Washington a without giving any reason the state department which heretofore has opposed congressional action protesting d scrim Mahon against jews in Russia has made an about face. In a letter to j. W. Fulbright chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee the state department said that there now appeared to be loss likelihood that the congressional Resolution would a harm those we seek to this was the Only clue to the shift in the policy of the state department from its previous apposition to resolutions introduced year after year for the past three years by senator Abraham Ribicoff. Hotel. A spokesman for the internal Revenue commission which would be the department for licensing Public gambling facilities. Said no application for gambling privileges had been received from the hotel. Schiff said he had not applied for such permission on the grounds that his hotel is not in Israel proper but in the demilitarized zone Between Israel and Jordan. The inc spokesman said he would have to study this Contention. Shin Taegar bus $10,000 in Bonds Sarasota a Twenty years ago William Rodow was a medical corpsman in a tank Batalion of the United states army in Europe. Shortly before the end of the War. He marched with his unit into the concentration Camps. The Young jewish . Was shocked and deeply shaken by what he saw. And made a vow to help his jewish Brethren whenever and wherever he could. Last week on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the liberation of the survivors of Camps in Germany or. Rudow who runs a Small hardware store Here purchased $10,000 it a Israel Bonds in keeping with that solemn pledge. In addition to his Purchase of Israel Bonds. Or. Rudow also contributed $2100 to this years local United jewish Appeal drive. The Well known writer and editor who is on the stuff of the american Jerish committee claimed that jewish parents a de not wish to Over educate their children in Judaism for fear they will be too jewish and will not be willing to meet christians in a non religious 90-cietv.�?� Himmelfarb blamed the same reason for the Liberal Noli ical attitudes of jews asserting that a a Liberal society in which everyone is equal Wall he conducive to a non religious he added that since antisemitism still exists one is More Likely to succeed in business without the stigma of being different from most of society. The speaker declared that such a Post religious society is an illusion and can never exist according to the jewish Exon ent Here. He pointed to the soviet Union which he described As coming closest to a country which has equal it in religion and said that in Russia jews Are a less equal than the the traditional alienation Between jewish intellectuals and the rest of the jewish Community was challenged by Himmelfarb. Declaring that there is a Mutual repudiation and some condescension in the attitudes of the intellectuals and the a pants manufacturers Towa a each other he said there is a Quot far greater identity than both sides would like to on three most important issues a politics size of family and religious education a Botn groups Are Liberal and to tho left of the Christian Bourgeois. Both have very few children and both have Little interest in educating their children in Judaism. He said. These facts indicate a a a surprising similarity underneath the froth of Himmelfarb said. The old myth of conflicting interests is perpetuated simply because it is a warm and t miss. Life is a headache delightfully humorous weekly letter from Louis Yale b0rk0nbeginning soon Ideal medical student jewish immigrant s son Toronto a the Ideal medical student according to studies at Mcgill University Here is a jewish Canadian son of immigrant non English speaking working class parents rather hard up serious and hard this was the outcome of a study conducted by or. . Hunter head of the department of psychiatry at Queen s University As reported in the current Issue of the Canadian medical association journal. The study was made to determine what influences affect. High and Low academic achievement. A we formed a clinical impression a or. Hunter wrote a that in had Little to do with grades and that a number of other variables such As ambition motivation neurotic facilitation or Handicap and reactions to current life problems like marital or economic worries seemed to play a major determining role in school the composite picture of the Best performing student was a caucasian. Jew lii Canadian in his Early 20�?Ts whose father was born in a non English speaking country and worked in a non professional Job. Why does the Post and opinion carry More advertising now than at any time in its history the answer is simple. Our advertisers get results
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