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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Indianapolis, IndianaA 15c per copy a published weekly a a per year Mil la Ltd Iana jewish 1 pest and opinion so Quot if you let the people know they can act Intel Liger ind state Libr news self j a 140 n Senate shalom. Today is Friday april 24, 1970 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307 a a Dps ind 46204 Tri Faith performance of choral classic set a unique Tri Faith performance of a modern hebrew choral masterpiece Leonard bernsteins a Chichester psalms has been arranged by Cantor Robert Zalkin congregation Beth Al Zedeck for the coming month. The combined musical forces of Beth Al Zedeck Marian College Catholic and Christ Church Cathedral Episcopalian will present the a a psalms at each of the three institutions Marian College on sunday april 26 at 3 30 . Christ Church Cathedral on saturday May 9 at 9 . And Beth Al Zedeck on sunday May 24 at 6 15 . The massed choirs total some 100 singers. Instrumental accompanists will include members of the Indianapolis symphony. The a a psalms were written on commission to Leonard Bernstein from the Cathedral of Chichester in Sussex England. The texts include portions of psalms 2, 23, 100, 108, 131 and 133. The a i and thou image is preeminent and the mood of the music is one of Joy Comfort and humility. Significantly the music concludes with a single unison a a Amend following an a Cappel la rendition of psalm 133, verse 1, a behold How Good and How pleasant it is for Brethren to Hoover Wood pledges to keep dietary Law Walter Wolf jr., president of Hoover Wood speaking to the Young leadership Council of the jewish welfare federation at their meeting last week reported that Only a very Small percentage of the current residents of the new Home kept Kosher in their own Homes but that a there is a commitment to comply with the request of the minority to adhere to dietary Laws in the new health care Wolf also told the group that everything possible is being done for the Comfort of the residents. The Home which now has one non jewish resident has a strict care Wing on the secon Sperling honoured Miklos m. Sperling retired Indianapolis industrialist was honoured by the hungarian studies foundation in new York City last week for outstanding contributions to research human knowledge the arts and understanding among men and nations. Or. Lloyd mrs. Tyler win Man woman of year awards or. Frank p. Lloyd and mrs. Edward a. Tyler have been named recipients of the Isidore Feibleman Man and woman of the year awards it was announced by David Klaiman chairman of the awards selection committee of Indianapolis Lodge 58 of by Nai Stith. This years awardees will receive Community wide recognition for their major contributions to the improvement of the human relations atmosphere of the Indianapolis Community at the 14th annual awards dinner at 7 ., wednesday april 29 in Indianapolis hebrew congregation. The annual awards Are presented to a Man and woman who in the judgement of the special Community wide selection committee have performed outstanding service to the Community. The citations in the form of Walnut and Gold plaques which Are retained by the recipients were established As a continuing memorial to the late Isidore Feibleman himself a Cantor Zalkin dwell together in the a a psalms will form the Climax of each of the three programs. The remainder of the program will vary at each performance. At Beth Al featured guests will be cantors Paul and sol Zimel famed brother duet. At Marian College the cantors chanters the concert band Marian College chorale and the Zalkin fraction duo will be featured. The programs at congregation Beth Al Zedeck and at Marian College Are under the direction of Cantor Zalkin. Floor where nursing care is available around the clock an intermediate Wing for those who need some nursing care and residential wings for those who can care pretty much for themselves. Caring for the present residents and trying to bringing new residents is the Homes a a first obligation a Wolf stressed. He said processing of new applicants is under Way at a rapid meeting at the Home of or. And mrs. Melvin Slavin also was addressed by Jacob Gold executive director and vice president of the jewish Home for the aged in Chicago. Gold said the care for the aged has become a Foremost problem because the average life Span of a person has increased nearly 30 years since the turn of the Century when it was 48 years. A Home for the aged he said is an institution offering comprehensive care for its residents because they cannot care for themselves. He said its goal is to provide Max klezmer and Merrill k. Cohen Are the recipients of the bouquet of the week for their efforts during the last several years on the Indianapolis commission on human rights. Klezmer a local attorney who is retiring this year from the commission has been chairman of the organization for the last five years. Cohen of a Merrill s restaurants and catering a has just been appointed to the 7-member steering committee of the newly re organized 25 Cohen member commission which now takes in the entire county under uni gov. He also is a longstanding member of the group having served on it for the past 8 years. Both men Are members of Beth Al Zedeck congregation. The commission has acquired new Powers along with re continued on Back Page distinguished by Nai by Rith member and civic Leader. Or. Lloyd director of medical research at methodist Hospital is a physician and civic Leader. Although Active in eleven medical societies or. Lloyd serves on the Board of directors of eleven civic groups. He is a past president. Of the metropolitan planning com Mission. Currently he serves on the Board of Flanner House the United fund the Indianapolis Urban league the Small business administration and st. Mary a child Center among others. Mrs. Edward Tyler is a homemaker club woman and cultural Leader. She has been Active in the Indianapolis league of women voters and has served As its president. She is the Parent education chairman of the school 84 Pat and serves on the advisory committee to the Indianapolis mental health Council. As former chairman of the Short Ridge High school motivation committee she has pioneered in efforts to reach High school students and to motivate them to Complete their names mrs. James Gerstle mrs. James Gerstle has been elected president of by Nai torah sisterhood. She will be installed at the closing luncheon meeting monday May 25. Other officers elected Are mrs. Jack Zeckel Vic president in charge of ways amp Means mrs. Nandor Fruchter vice president in charge of coordinating programs for meetings mrs. Rose Cohen vice president in charge of membership mrs. William Morris financial Secretary mrs. Max Simon recording Secretary mrs David Fogle corresponding Secretary and miss Sylvia Waiss objection seminar subject the third in the Spring adult seminar series of Beth Al Zedeck will focus on a the conscientious objector and the draft at 8 30 . Thursday april 30 at the Temple. With rabbi Sidney Steiman As Moderator speakers will be Wellington Griffith Iii edit Al writer of the Indianapolis news and Craig Pinkus executive director of the civil liberties Union

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