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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 5, 1965, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copt published weekly $7 per Yea jewish Post opinion Quot if you let the people know they can act intelligently Indiana edition. Me 4-1307 Friday november 5, 1965 volume xxii no. 6 Vatican Council decision hailed acc activity report dues turning Point at annual meeting nov. 9 Percy Simmons chairman of the Indianapolis chapter of the american jewish committee said the promulgation by Pope Paul i and the Vatican Council of the declaration an the jews As Quot a turning Point in 1900 years of jewish Christian history and As a the Climax to an unprecedented Effort to bring about a new Era in relations Between christians and Simmons said the declaration s rejection of the charge of jewish collective guilt for the crucifixion and its repudiation of anti semitism have a significant clarification of Church he added the Hope they would help a purify the climate of relations Between christians and jews throughout the when the Vatican councils approval of the declaration oct. 14 and 15 was first announced Morris Abram National president of the a. J. Committee called its adoption a an act of Justice Long overdue a although he expressed keen regret Over some of its assertions on the ground that they might Quot give Rise to Abram added the Hope then that the declaration would afford a new opportunities for improved inter religious understanding and cooperation throughout the Simmons expressed particular gratification for the vigorous leadership of Augustin Cardinal Bea and the cardinals and Bishops of the american Hierarchy saying a their devoted efforts have won for them the Friendship and Confidence of All men of Good will and unquestionably has earned for them an honoured place in the history of jewish Catholic relations a he said. A was a result of this action by the highest authorities of the Catholic Church a Simmons continued a we Are confident that close and Friendly ties will be increasingly developed Between the jewish and Catholic communities of America and elsewhere in the years Simmons pledged a full cooperation of the american jewish committee in helping to translate into reality the Hopes expressed in the declaration for a fraternal dialogue and Mutual knowledge and respect. In that Way a he said a the Harmony and stability of the pluralistic social order which has brought such blessings of Freedom for the reciprocal esteem Between All americans will be a comprehensive report of the Indianapolis jewish Community at 8 . Nov. 9 at the jewish education association 6711 the women s division overseas study Mission of the United jewish Appeal was told in Paris recently that the joint distribution committee can make no further reductions in its overseas Relief and rehabilitation requirements. Among the 20 members of the Mission was mrs. J. A. Goodman of Indianapolis honorary chairman of the National women s division of the Uja. The groups visit to France was the first leg of a 23 Day study tour of jewish needs and problems overseas. Their itinerary also took them to Rome and Israel. In briefing the women on Jdc a worldwide operations director Charles h. Jordan told them in Paris no further cuts in overseas Relief and rehabilitation requirements can be made for 1966 in spite of the loss of 25 per cent in annual income As a result of the end of the conference an jewish material claims against Germany last year. Jordan noted that Jdc a main responsibilities today were in Europe Israel and the moslem countries of North Africa and Iran. A now we Are struggling to maintain services vital to the survival of 430,000 men women and children in the face not Only of a reduced budget but also of rising costs in every country where we work a Jordan said. A if we Are to do even the same Job in 1963 that we Are doing this year it is absolutely necessary that we receive More Money from american jewry a he added. Mrs. Goodman a report will have an important bearing on the jewish welfare federation s 1966 fund raising Campaign in Indianapolis. Jdc receives its main support from the Uja which receives 44.4 per cent of the Indianapolis Jef Campaign. The machinery for the local drive Early next year is in the process of being set up under the leadership of general Campaign chairman Marven Lasky and the co a chairmen of the women so Jividan mrs. Alexander and mrs. Howard Kahn. Relations Council a past a com Hoover Road it was announced Plis ments a future portends a by rabbi Sidney Steiman presi will be featured at the coun -3nb Cilus annual meeting to be held the report an exhaustive Bond buyer tour group briefed on Uja needs abroad or. Arieh Plotkin of Haifa Israel left foreground congratulates William Schloss president of Indianapolis Morris plan for becoming the first trustee of Israel by purchasing a $10,000 Israel Bond during a Kickoff meeting for the Indianapolis Israel Bond Campaign. Looking on rear left to right David Cook honorary chairman and Josh Fineberg chairman of the 1965 Indianapolis Campaign. Ass elects officers Board of directors the jewish social services has announced its officers and Board of directors for 1965-66. A. A. Borts chairman of the nominating committee has reported the following officers Bernard Landman or. Has been re elected As president Robert finn first vice president Jerome s. Levitt a second vice president treasurer Herbert Grosby and mrs. Morris Stoner Box drive set for nov. 14 the annual jewish National fund a Blue boxy clearance will Start sunday nov. 14. Cantor Myro Glass has issued a Call for Volunteer workers throughout the City. New members of the Board Are rabbi Nandor Fruchter Gus Domont Joseph Engelberg Robert finn and Ben Paller. Reelected to the Board Are the following William Hene Fritz Goldbach mrs. Gerhard Oakley Stewart Ginsberg ., Jerome s. Levitt a and Harold stad Ler Also announced As hold Over directors Are s. C. Kahn or. Nathan Nisenbaum Zoltun Weisz mrs. Stanley Herman mrs. Benjamin Schuff William Barrett mrs. Morris Stoner Morris Green Joseph Greenberg Morris manalan . Mrs. Tully Stonehill and Herbert Grosby. Election of the officers and directors took place at the 63rd annual meeting of jewish social services nov. 2 at Beth Al Temple. Year Long self study of the Agency a program delves into such subjects As techniques goals and activities gaps in program fiscal Structure internal administration and future planning. Other highlights include a tribute to rabbi Sidney Steiman outgoing president of the Council election of officers for the 1965-66 program year and a reception in Honor of Theodore Walden newly appointed executive director. Nominees Are Philip Pecar president or. Bennett Kraft vice president n. William Weinstein vice president Joseph Greenberg treasurer and mrs. Neil Levey Secretary. Nominated to serve As at Large members of the Board of directors for 3-year terms expiring 1968, Are mrs. Louis Fink Herbert Kulwin Manuel i. Leve mrs. Earle Peachin mrs. H. Rappaport George Rubin Harry Schuchman mrs. Victor Teixler and Sidney Tuchman. Candidates for honorary membership on the Board of directors Are Harry Berns mrs. Manuel Cassen mrs. David Cook Emmanuel Deitz Julian Freeman mrs. J. A. Goodman mrs. Max klezmer Carl Lyman and Louis Schwartz. The Public is invited to attend the named for Beth Al men s breakfast events Harry Grube general attorney of the veterans administration will speak to the Beth Al menus club sunday november 7. His subject will be a organization of the state of Indiana for the civil the following week at their breakfast meeting the guest will be Indiana attorney general John Dillon. Dillon will discuss a judicial Reform in both meetings Start at 9 30 . And the Community is adult club to meet the Center Young adult club invited 18 to 25 year Olds to attend a planning meeting at 8 . Nov. 7, at the Center 6701 Hoover Road. A program of activities a including dances guest speakers trips and Community projects a will spark the coming season. Phone George Toth at the Center 921-9467, for further information

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