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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - June 27, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaFriday Job 27, 1958-_�?_�? the National jewish Post and opinion new York fall3buikj 10, new Fork gala july 4th Celebration starring Jack Wakefield Broadway entertainment Midnight supper sports program strict dietary supervision @ a elevator service new de luxe accommodations a new shul air conditioned dining room and lobby supervised children a activities director of activities Van Harris director of Day campy Morris Levitan dance team Esther amp Sam Janus Tennis pro Leo Richling special adults arts amp crafts Dick Klein Headquarters for National Council of Young Israel june 27-30 Tel. Fallsburg 700. A n. Y. City Bryant 9-3854 instruction Al Comfort too in our Many luxurious ill conditioned rooms and Vultee. So much luxury for to Little at the end to rivalry in asked in presidential 3/ Arnold Rosenzweig Chicago nip a a plea for an end to rivalry and Competition among Reform Judaism a three main institutions the Union of american hebrew congregations the Lay body hebrew Union College jewish Institute of religion the Seminary and Central conference of american rabbis was made at the Ccarl a annual convention Here by rabbi Jacob Rudin in his presidential report. He declared also that a the car is not supporting the combined Campaign for Reform Judaism a was freely As we a the Ccarl a administrative Structure is a Reform rabbis Are a slaves to the appointment a the car would do Well to discuss the idea of a Reform guide More fully. Asserting that a we Are a family and members of a family do not use each other for their own advantage a the rabbi asked for answers to the problem of inter organizational Competition within the Reform movement. Quot a is no secret a rabbi Rudin went on a that the pendulum of the relation Between the a acc and the College Institute has for some years swung in an uneasy arc Between precarious armistice and hardly concealed a Reform Judaism cannot afford the instability of Uncertain peace nor the luxury of a amiable controversy a he said. Everyone gets Hurt in the minister of Justice in France Active jew Paris was a minister of Justice Michel Debre is a do Soen Dant of a rabbinic family and both he and his wife have been Active in jewish communal affairs. The new minis or in the de Gaulle Cabinet is a grandson of or. H. Schwartz chief rabbi of Strasbourg. The 46-year-old Debre struck up a Friendship with general de Gaulle while serving with the French resistance movement during world War ii. He served i Legal advisor to de Gaulle. Mrs. Debre is a frequent contributor to a evidence a published by the american jewish committee in Paris. Rabbi Jacob Rudin. A we re a family process he added. A Reform Judaism in America is the a so there is no taking sides a the rabbi noted a because there is Only one Side the Side of an Ever strengthened Reform the car president told his colleagues that Reform rabbis Are not supporting the combined Campaign for Reform Judaism which supports both the a acc and Huc air a was freely As we a we have not always been As ready As we should have been to give Impact and immediacy to the combined Campaign in our congregations. Sometimes men have feared that emphasis on the combined Campaign would interfere with some local congregational drive in Progress or that it would Drain off funds from another project necessary and vital a he added. Quot the fear is unfounded a the rabbi declared. A the fact is a he said a that in the year 1956-57, 384 rabbis contributed to the combined Campaign. In this years Campaign 1957-1958, 381 rabbis have either contributed or have indicated their intention to contribute. A this Means that in the past two campaigns Only a Little More than 50 per cent of our conference has Given personal support to the combined Campaign. No comment is necessary a he added. Rabbi Rudin stated that the Ccarl so administrative Structure is Quot i saw an antiquated administrative Structure with Many committees that were not manned by personnel but merely loaded with names. I saw some committees graced with the same names year after year. There was an Aura of changeless Ness about our committee Structure Yea even a Sanctity which we have not accorded the biblical text itself. It seemed to me that some criticism both higher and lower was in order a he said. Rabbi Rudin also lamented the fact that Reform rabbis Are a slaves to the appointment Quot we Are a harassed group a he declared. A the demands upon us Are As incredible As they Are ceaseless. The time for study for inner renewal for contemplation for self examination and the search for our own True meaning a for these there is no the car would do Well to hold a extended deliberations on the need for a Reform code of practice or a ritual guide the rabbi said. A perhaps there would be fruitful results from a full dress discussion at a convention in the near office of publication 546 s. Meridian st., Indianapolis a Indiana. Postmasters please Send form 3579 to office of publication. Slaughter Bill postponed Washington was a the Senate agriculture committee. By a vote of 10 to 5, voted -1 two year postponement of consideration of a proposed humane Slaughter Bill pending study of the proposal by an advisory committee which is to include religious representation. Opposed by orthodox 1 the Senate committee rejected a. House Bill which would have put humane Slaughter provision into effect beginning with 1960. The vote came after listening to a number of witnesses including testimony by orthodox j ish groups against the Bill. New York ask for most anything under the Sun or Moon # Bmat Iii to Noury Tsas re a dts Jerry Lewis teenage fan club act Vitle Galor a rumpus room fun attractive Spring rate a sky top Terree and solarium a Brown Derby note club rendezvous of famous celebrities a Star studded show continuous dancing health club steam rooms Beauty Salon a dance studio a All sports a free Golf a private Lake a free form Lagoon swimming Pool a elevator service a All Public space and deluxe accommodations air cond. A supervised children s Day Camp a a 2 kiddie pools Storrm a note patrol Goa 3 bands a Herb Sherry maw net Brooke Gene Herris Charles a Lillian �3 j towns Loch Sheldrake h. T. A phone Hurleyville 450 m 0tel t Fod direct wire to hotel a 4-8500 Luk . New York phone it 8-9229 something wonderful has happened to the Sqq njord for a greater than Ever summer of fun you la find More of everything to make your vacation a glorious fun time at thu fabulous year round playground make reservations now for summer vacations and week ends. Jimmy Demaret 3-Tlma masters Winner Taai off on the 7100 Yard Ingtam atonal championship course one of two great Concord Golf course reserved for Concord Jimmy and Jack Burke jr., head the Concord pro staff. Buster Crabbe to Star olympic swimming Champion and Concord director of water sports gives free aquatic lessons and exhibitions it the indoor and outdoor pools. Rain or Shine whatever the weather Thero s always perfect swimming. Hotel Kiamesha lakes n. V. Only 90 minutes from new York cry Hoy Parker manager for reservations Call your local trawl agent or Monticello n. Y. 1140 there a room for All in the great new Concord night club whore everybody can has a up front for wonderful entertainment by such famous stars As Johnnie Ray Joe e. Lewie. Sophie Tucker end Mony Many Othar top performers
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