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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Indianapolis, IndianaA 25c per copy published weekly $10 per year Indiana jewish pos opinion Quot if you let the people know they can act shalom. Today is Friday october 9, 1970 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307sc ind state Libr news Sec 140 n Senate in Dps ind 46204 volume Xxxviii no. 3 b Nai torah announces adult education program congregation by Nai torah has announced its adult education it program for this year. Its Pur Jose is to examine a variety it of subjects related to Judaism. Following Are sessions scheduled for the coming season oct. 27 the jewish Legal system Chain of tradition. Nov. 14, 10 and 24th highlights from the ethics of our fathers. Dec. 2 the jewish View of violence and civil disobedience. Dec. 8 birth control in jewish Law and life. Dec. 15 jewish Law and abortion. Dec. 23 hanukah workshop. Dec. 30 jewish funerary practices. Jan. 6 Organ transplants and jewish medical ethics. Jan. 13 the Sabbath in the modern age. Jan. 19 jewish Law. And intermarriage. Jan. 26 understanding Kash Ruth. Feb. 3 who is a jew feb. 9 the plight of soviet jewry. Feb. 17 the hebrew Day school movement in America. Feb. 23 the role of prayer in jewish life. March 3 purim workshop. March 16 conservative Judaism. March 23 Reform Judaism. March 30 orthodox Judaism. April 7 passover workshop. All sessions begin at 8 00 . Public is cordially invited. Program on drug abuse oct. 20 at Center a family life a a new series sponsored by the Center s preteen department for youngsters and parents alike will open with a timely program on drug abuse on tuesday oct. 20 from 7 30-9 00 . Robert pretty Man chairman of the science department at North Central High school will speak. Prettyman also serves As chairman of the drug abuse commission for the state health department is a member of the Post and opinion seeks new teen columnists additional r applications for candidates for the teen columnist positions a there Are two of them a will be accepted through oct. 15, it was announced this week. Selection of the columnists will be announced in the oct. 23 Issue of the to. The columnists Are paid a monthly stipend but More important is the experience they receive in the teenage jewish group. Requirements Are an ability to put on paper in a Breezy informal Way events of interest to the Community s teenagers. Applicants must be Active in affairs of Young jewish people. Those with More contacts will be Given first consideration. Boys or girls Are Welcome to apply. Those applying should fill out the form below and Send to mrs. Lila Zalkin Post and opinion. 611 North Park Avenue. City 46204. Editor Post and opinion i am interested in becoming a paid teen columnist for the Post and opinion. On a separate Sheet i am enclosing a list of my activities and also several Hundred words describing the High school i attend. Name. Age. Address Tel. No. I attend High school. Hoover Wood Volunteer training program set a training program for volunteers at Hoover Wood announced by mrs. Herbert j. Backer vice president of the Hoover Wood Guild will begin tuesday oct. 13 and will continue for the following three tuesdays. The sessions will be held from 1 to 2 30 . At Hoover Wood. Following Are sessions scheduled for the program oct. 13 philosophy program and services of Hoover Wood chairman mrs. Herbert Backer. Oct. 20 medical and nursing needs of the aging chairman mrs. Samuel Schahet. Israeli comedy Sallah to be shown oct. 11 governor s commission on drug abuse and is a member of the adult education commission on drug abuse. He is an Initiator of Many teen programs at North Central. He is an outstanding speaker with a real knowledge of teenagers and their As part of the program. Prettyman will also show a Short film called a no tears for the International award winning comedy a a Sallah will be presented at 8 . Oct. 11 in the by Nai torah auditorium 6510 Hoover re. Or. And mrs. Abe Baker Are the chairmen. The event is sponsored by the menus club and the sisterhood of the by Nai torah. A a Sallah is the first movie comedy made in Israel with an All Star cast with background music under the Philips Label. This comedy features Haym Topol who had received a Best actor award for three con fidelio Trio to give concert at inc oct. 11 fidelio Trio will give a concert oct. 11 at 8 00 ., sunday at the Temple of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. The concert is presented by the Indiana scholarship fund for the Aspen music school. Eric Rosenblith violinist Michael Rudiakov cellist and Victor Rosenbaum pianist formed the fidelio Trio during the 1969-1970 season. Their repertoire includes the Beethoven works the 18th and 19th centuries As Well As contemporary composers works. Picture on Page 14 Eric Rosenblith born in Vienna was formerly the con break the fast social the jewish students association at Butler University is to have a a break the fast a social at 8 30 . Saturday oct. 10. At the country Rook clubhouse. There will be entertainment and food served and All jewish College students who will be Home for yom k i p p u r observances Are Welcome to come by and join. This affair is jointly sponsored by by Nai brith menus Lodge 52 and by Nai brith women chapter 324. For further information please Contact Jerry Melman at the jewish Community Center 251-9467. Oct. 27 emotional and psychological needs of the aging. Chairman mrs. Rober Schloss. Nov. 3 role of Volunteer and areas of service. Chairman mrs. Morton Wolman. The program Aims at recruitment and training of volunteers who will provide for spiritual cultural physical educational and recreational needs of the residents of the Home. Women interested in volunteering their services Are urged to Register for the program by calling the Hoover Wood Guild office 25 l-6878. Secu Tive years. A a Sallah was written and directed by Ephram Kishon a Foremost humorist and writer and Menachery Golan producer one of the outstanding scores of the film a the tavern song and a the love song were the work of israelis Brilliant composer Yohanan Zara. This feature will be shown on a Large projection screen. The event is open to the Community and All Are Welcome. Tickets $2 each will be sold at the door. Cert master of the san Antonio and Indianapolis symphony orchestras. He has also taught at Butler University and Bennington College. Michael Rudiakov studied at the Manhattan school of music under Bernard greenhouse. He is a recipient of the Harold Bauer award. Victor Rosenbaum a student of Leonard Shure in new York earned his . With honors in music at Brand is University. He received his masters degree in theory and composition from Princeton University. All three Are currently on the faculty of the new England conservatory of music in to March for soviet jews new York a Over 2,000 jewish youth leaders representing All the National jewish youth organizations and local youth councils throughout the United states will join the Sim Chat torah mobilization for soviet jewry in Washington . On oct. 11-12. The protest is sponsored by the North american jewish youth Council. The you h leaders will join with members of the Washington jewish Community in a March of Solidarity with soviet jewry which will take place near the soviet embassy sunday oct. 11. Preceding the Solidarity March the participants will attend programs sponsored in cooperation with the local Community. There also will be singing and dancing before and after the Parade. The next Day the youth leaders will visit the state department and meet with Richard Davies Deputy assistant Secretary of state for european affairs and with Adolph dubs county director of soviet Union affairs. In the morning they will attend workshops dedicated to programming soviet jewry Ordina Ting body and Clearing the soviet jewry mobilization will conclude with a Candle lighting ceremony and a Hora finale. The North american jewish youth Council serves As coordinating body and learning House of 25 affiliated National jewish youth organizations with a total of 700,000 members in the . And Canada As Well As 30 local jewish youth councils

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