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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - February 5, 1965, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per cop published weekly jewish Post Quot if you let the people know they i $7 per year 013 Indiana edition me 4-1307 Friday february 5, 1965 0 d Hume xxx no. 22 music festival set at b Nai torah feb. 14 b Nai torah congregation and sisterhood is again honouring jewish music month with its fifth annual music festival on sunday feb. 14 at 8 . Mrs. Zachary Schreier president of b Nai torah sisterhood will Welcome the audience and introduce Tabbi Nandor Fruchter who will be master of sabbaths to be observed federation sabbaths will be observed by the City s religious congregations this month. The first such Observance was held Friday feb. 5, at Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Rabbi Nandor Fruchter and b Nai torah will hold a federation Sabbath in connection with the jewish welfare federation Campaign feb. 12. Rabbi Sidney Steiman will dedicate feb. 19 services at Temple Beth Al Zedeck to the annual drive and rabbi Solomon Silberberg will hold a similar service at United orthodox hebrew congregation feb. 27. Jef president Ben Domont and Frank ii. Newman executive director of the federation will say the torah biasing at the initial federation Sabbath at inc and Campaign chairman Sigmund j. Beck will speak to talk on Israel at Purdue Hillel West Lafayette ind. A drs. Henry and Paula Feuer will report on a scientific employment opportunities in Israel Quot sunday feb. 7 at noon at the b Nai b Rita Hillel foundation Brunch. The husband and wife team who teach at Purdue University worked in Israel at hebrew University during their sabbatical from february through August 19g4. During this period they not Only did research in their respective Fields of chemistry and physics but also took Long weekend trips across the historic land. Or. Henry Feuer is professor of chemistry at Purdue having received his . In chemistry from the University of Vienna. Or. Paula Feuer received her . In physics from Purdue wheat she is now professor of physics. The talk is scheduled for 12 15 and is open to the Public. There will also be a lox and bagels Buffet served at noon. In addition to answering questions concerning employment opportunities for americas in Israel the Feuers will give their impressions of the land and the people of Israel. Guest soloists of the evening will be Michael Hudiakoff principal cellist of our local symphony orchestra and miss Benita Martin Young local pianist daughter of or. And mrs. Lew Martin. Miss Martin just returned from new York where she competed in the Young Peoples concerts with Leonard Bernstein the choral group of by Nai torah sisterhood directed by or. Nandor Fruchter will present a new and original program. Accompanist of the group will be mrs. Milton May and the narrator mrs. David Dlott. Members of the choral group Are Frances e. Bunes Alice Fischel Esther Fischman Isabella Gernstein Evelyn Heisler Esther Kaufman Lotte Lewin Rose Tobias Sylvia Waiss and Rose Zeckel. After the performance refreshments will be served by the sisterhood. Everyone is invited to attend this enjoyable evening of jewish Holeman to speak at Center program Mark h. Holeman will be the guest speaker at the jewish Community Center s a a Home inside and out Quot series on monday evening feb. 15 at 8 . At 6701 Hoover re. Subject of his address will be Quot residential site development Quot. The Public is Welcome to attend. Holeman is a landscape superintendent for a Nursery and supervises the design of landscape work residential As Well As municipal and state landscape programs. A1 Samuals is the program s coordinator and mrs. Myron Weinstein director named at Center mrs. Bette Streitmatter a Butler University graduate has been named director of the preteen department at the Indianapolis jewish Community Center 6701 Hoover re. Mrs. Streitmatter will work part time at the Center while fulfilling requirements for a master s degree in social work at Indiana University. Upon completion of her studies in june she will become a full to m e member of the jewish Community Center staff. Mrs. Martin Grossman a graduate of Washington University in st. Louis mo., has joined the Center staff As bulletin editor. Norm on Page 20 Norm Weismann a column is on Page 20 of this Issue of the jewish Post and opinion. Treasured Churchill letter is revealed with the passing of one of the worlds greats sir Winston Churchill there has come to Light recently a letter from Cantor Myro Glass to sir Winston when he was in Indianapolis on a lecture tour Back in 1932, Cantor Glass upon the occasion of this lecture tour sent the following letter to sir Winston who was then staying at the Marott hotel the Hon. Winston Churchill Marott hotel City dear sir i am taking the Liberty of addressing you and offering you this entirely unsolicited gift because of my profound admiration for your services to the jewish people through zionist work. Even in Indianapolis which is so far removed from the Cen town crier we have purposefully not answered the letters that were prompted by our recital Here of the need for a Strong vibrant orthodoxy in Indianapolis. Whether we have proved our Point or not there is a View whether widespread or not that the Community and orthodoxy both would be better off if orthodoxy in Indianapolis were not fragmented. We know of course As you read yourself that Saharah the Filla congregation is not interested in a merger with by Nai torah. But is that really so might it not be that Saharah Tewilla is opposed to a merger under s o m e conditions but might Welcome a merger under others. The idea of a merger is not new. It has been under discussion for a number of years with different administrations of both Saharah Tewilla and by Nai torah. Consequently when Saharah Tewilla rejects the offer to negotiate they May have in mind previous talks and previous Points of disagreement or even of agreement. The Post and opinion proposes that new talks be initiated but with a committee of the third part involved too. In other words both congregations will appoint committees and there will be a third committee of City wide representatives who Are favourable to orthodoxy and who have reputations of being fair minded while being at the same time leaders and workers in All jewish Community affairs. Saharah Tewilla is an Independent synagogue. It has a perfect right to go its own Way. We live in a democracy and no one would think of trying to Tell Saharah Tewilla what to do. On the other hand unless Saharah Tewilla is willing to sit Down with the committees and explore the possibilities it is acting unilaterally and with a negation of democratic principles. We Hope that the membership of Saharah Tewilla which could have views different from those of its Board and officers will consider seriously the proposal offered Here. Saharah Tewilla has exploited its position and this too is proper. It has purchased a site up North it has launched a membership drive and it has proceeded to go about its business. B Nai torah on the other hand although the larger of the two by far has been tied Down by circumstances. It purchased the old Beth Al refurbished it to make it into a Fine edifice and May not be in a position to move for another decade even though fewer and fewer jewish families reside in the neighbourhood. Continued on Back Page Assembly issues to be discussed a panel discussion of issues before the Indiana general Assembly will be held at noon feb. 8 at the Indianapolis hebrew congregation 6501 North Meridian st. Thomas Boardman editor of the Indianapolis times will moderate a panel of newsmen who will discuss control of state universities taxes and reapportionment. Tom Atkins news editor of to Channel 13, Richard Hickox newscaster of Channel 8 and James Hetherington assistant news editor for Chanel 6 will discuss the issues in the event sponsored by the inc Temple sisterhood. Mrs. Robert Levin sisterhood president will Welcome guests and mrs. David Kahn will introduce the panellists. Rabbi Maurice Davis will give the opening prayer and rabbi Robert Frazin tire closing prayer. Ter of the British Empire countless numbers of the jewish people have watched with careful appreciation the Aid and sympathy which you have extended to the cause of the jewish National Home. We have come to feel that in you our precious Ideal possesses an understanding Friend and a Loyal advocate. It is As a Humble Token of my personal esteem that i venture to offer to you this trivial gift. I am enclosing a record which i have made of Folk songs As Sung by palestinian jewish pioneers. This record represents the first transcription of this novel Folk music which is expressive of the idealism which motivates this historic adventure. I am also enclosing a translation of the lyrics. It is my sincere Hope that this record will afford you some pleasure and that it will serve As a Token recalling the fact that millions of obscure jews who Are unknown to you still look to your Wisdom and sym. Pathy in affection and appreciation. I Trust that you will not find this gesture on my part an act of presumption. It is merely an outward Symbol of the feelings which i together with innumerable other jews entertain toward you. I remain your ardent admirer respectfully yours Myro Glass Cantor during the course of his tour Busy sir Winston through his Secretary p. Moir sent the following reply to Cantor Glass february 29, 1932-Myro Glass esq., 3139 Central ave. Indianapolis. Dear sir i am desired by or. Churchill to express his warmest thanks for your very kind letter and the interesting record which you were Good enough to Send him. He has had it carefully packed and will look Forward to hearing it at the first Opportunity. Yours very truly p. Moir Secretary. Cantor Myro Glass Cantor emeritus of congregation Bethel Zedeck Here in Indianapolis has a fascinating Hobby of collecting Memorabilia and prizes highly this Short but sincere letter from one of the greatest supporters of political zionism. Many of the interesting correspondence from the great of the world especially of jewish personalities will eventually be donated to the american jewish archives with Headquarters in Cincinnati Ohio. Among Many others Cantor Glass has treasured correspondence from Hein Rietta Szold Albert Einstein and rabbi Stephen Wise

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