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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 10, 1975, Indianapolis, IndianaRe Indiana Lew and Kopinic to is i. 3.1 a s n a i n a shalom if you let the people know they can act intelligently n o i a a a in Quot i ?9 today is Friday january 10, 1975 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307 volume Xii no 17 drug abuse As a subject meetin9 januarv15 for consideration concern editor s note this is the last in a series of four articles dealing with the use of drugs within the Indianapolis jewish Community. By Teryl Daskal it is always difficult to write the last in a series of articles because that is the piece in which the writer is supposed to come up with neat Little answers to All the Points he has raised. In that respect this series will probably be a failure a because there Are no magic solutions. Journalism is an unsatisfying profession for the fact that it often raises More questions than it answers. In setting Down some conclusions. Opinions and thoughts on the subject of drugs hopefully this writer will be excused for a tone that crosses the Fine line Between reporting and editorializing. Being in no personal position to moralize. I can Only refer readers to the higher authorities of the state and Federal Laws or to the Bible itself for edicts of right and wrong. Several Points Are Clear from this study. Marijuana and alcohol i perhaps in reverse order Are in wide use and often first female Temple president Evansville a Temple Adath Israel has become the first congregation in Indiana to elect a woman president. Mrs. Sydney Berger was unanimously elected last month making history for Adath Israel a conservative synagogue in its 92nd year. Mrs. Berger Sadelle t has Long been Active in the Temple serving for Many years in various capacities. Last year Adath Israel under the spiritual leadership of rabbi Joseph Topel voted to Grant women co equal status with men in the full participation of religious functions. Or. Herbert Savett and Marvin Goldstein were elected vice presidents Bebe Baker recording Secretary. Or. Alfred Lessure. Financial Secretary and or. Bernard Silver treasurer. For your convenience the jewish Post amp opinion is on Sale at the following drug stores Schoener s pharmacy 5601 n. Illinois st. Morgan pharmacy 1433 w. 86th st. West Lane pharmacy 7167 n. Michigan re in abuse. In this they rank alongside of aspirin and Coffee if studies Are Correct. Users Are sure they completely control their indulgence and non users Are sure this is not Only untrue but that users will suffer All sorts of dire psychological physical and Legal consequences. But perhaps causes Are More indicative of the problem of abuse than Are the con sequences. These causes relate to religious affiliation to affluence to parental presence and to peer pressure. They include a psychological development lacking a sense of self Worth of responsibility and of decision making Powers. They include a social climate which advocates the use of artificial aids to make it through the Day. And in All of these there is no doubt some truth. I would suggest that the real Issue lies not so much in the symptom of drug abuse but in acknowledging and coping with the problems it represents. And acknowledgement is possibly the most difficult step for in this Community like Many others an easier was is most popular. Simply in researching these articles individuals were willing to talk about the others who had the problem. A in this Community no one has yet to Deal effectively with drugs Quot says Jerry Melman jewish Community Center assistant director. A we need a combination City wide task Force to reach mostly the Reform and conservative a he said. A we need a blend of educators social workers parents lawyers and doctors a an in depth team for All social aspects of this problem. They could recommend a planned approach to the professional Julius Dorfman also Emp h a s i z e s the need for awareness. He cited the Parent effectiveness training offered now by the women s service league of the Center As the Type of program needed. Some of this training covers topics such As Quot How to listen s o children will share problems a and a ways to prevent and change unacceptable a attention should be paid to topics such As these As part of every program a said Dorf continued on Page 14 a bit of gossip the a Madwoman of Chaillot is playing now at the Booth Tarkington civic theatre until Jan. 19. Harriett Glazier is cast As countess Aurelia the Madwoman who is ostensibly not Normal in her mind but who. As the play evolves is shown to be the very essence of practical worldly goodness and common sense. Pictured above perhaps at the Chez Francis in Paris Are left to right Judith Cohn Margaret Eastridge and Harriet Glazier. Reservations May be made by calling 923-4597. Tickets Are $4 and half Price for students. Harriet Glazier a wife and Mother of three has been an actress for Many years. She was with the Avondale professional theatre company Here and has also appeared in civics a Plaza suite and theater in the Woods a what did we do wrong a for the past two years she has also been Public relations director at civic and is now co Host of a series of programs a a it a your play Quot shown on Channel 20 inc is organizing new adult Havrah program Indianapolis hebrew congregation is in the process of organizing a new adult Havrah program the name for which comes from the hebrew word for friends a and that term captures the essence of the program. It is a group of people who share common jewish experiences by attempting to define a jewish lifestyle and then to live that lifestyle. T ii e organizational meeting for this program under the leadership of the adult education committees chaired by Jerry Litwack will be at 8 15 . In the Temple auditorium on wednesday. Jan. 15. Anyone who is interested in the program but cannot attend should Call rabbi Jon Stein. It is open to All adults of the congregation. Several Havrah groups will be organized for 14-18 people each led by couples from the congregation who received training during a special weekend session. These facilitators include Barbara and Steve Bailie Rochelle and Mike Cohen Paula and Murray Davidson. Sharon and Jim Fishman. Jan and Evan Goodman Betty and Leon Katz Elaine and Jim Klineman. Judy and Sid Laiken Barbara and Marks Levy. Barbara and Charles Morris. Libby and Jack Thompson. Charlene and Sid Tuchman. Tri brotherhood dinner set for Jan. 29 at Bani torah the annual Tri brotherhood dinner will be hosted by the menus club of Bani torah congregation wednesday Jan 29. And among the innovations for this affair will be a full course catered Kosher chinese dinner. A cocktail hour will precede the meal and professional entertainment will present a vaudeville show. A special Surprise presentation will be part of the floor show the Tri brotherhood consists of the menus organizations of Beth Al Temple. Indianapolis hebrew congregation. And the Host group on this special occasion women Are invited and tickets May be purchased from members of the men s clubs and the office of Bani torah. Tickets Are priced at $5.00 per couple. The chairman of this affair is Arnold Waxman. President of Bani torah menus club assisted by Dave Fogle Ernie Frankovitz. Abe Baker and Irving Epst in. Jewish society for service celebrates its 25th birthday the american jewish society where they can perform some for service is 25 years old this Concrete Good and perform year a a Good time to a humanitarian service in a remember the beginning which co dance with the highest was Here in Indianapolis. Teachings of formed in the fall of 1950. The first project was in the summer on 195 and enlisted six students. The ass helped to build single family Homes in a self help housing project sponsored by Flanner House on 16th Street. In 1962 a group returned to Indianapolis to employ pre fab techniques to help build 20 single family three bedroom Homes also sponsored by Flanner House. Since 1951, project Sites have ranged across the United states to Israel. Ass has sent Over 900 volunteers to work on 57 projects in 33 states and overseas. Like an Early peace corps the ass sends its group of High school students to a site applications can be taken now for boys and girls who will have completed tenth Grade and be at least 16 by Camp s Start around july 1. Sites for work this summer have not been chosen yet. For information write american jewish society for service. Room 1302. 15 e. 26th st. New York. N y. 10010.copy deadline All copy for the Post is due by noon of the monday preceding publication All photographs should be in the preceding Friday. Please note these deadlines As they will be strictly observed in the future
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