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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 10, 1975, Indianapolis, Indiana25 pm copy published weekly $15 00 per year k six s a Indiana jewish Post shalom. ,. Today is Friday october 10, 1975 i opine 61 n. Park a town crier dedication if j d of f plume 1 3 d. 5 0p 40sp l by . Cohen not too Many rabbis have served Indiana congregations for 20 years and no Hillel rabbi has served in the state for anywhere near that period. Yet that is the record of rabbi Gedalyah Gerald Engel of the Purdue Hillel foundation. Why one rabbi should have remained in the state for such a Long period had to do with a number of factors which Are unusual and in this Case it was rabbi Engels empathy for Young people and his eternal own youthfulness which never lets him feel that he is on any higher level than the incoming freshman. This love for a consistently changing congregation Young men and women cast into a totally new environment and for the first time practically on their own for everything is a Factor not Only for the Good of the students but one which has made rabbi Engel the kind of person that he is a Success to him is in building yiddish Keit into the lives of the students and making them therefore better human beings. For he is in fact the Model of what the students might Hope to become a contemporary Man but one guided by jewish values so old that Many jews discount them Only because of that fact. One that respects himself and his religion is also better equipped to respect other people and other religions and this is rabbi Engels underlying strength. If a synagogue rabbi has a hard Row to Hoe con Sider the situation of a rabbi whose congregation not Only changes every year but whose membership is made up of doubting searching Uncertain and even insecure Young people. To contend with that kind of a situation takes a Superior being. First a Complete Man then a rabbi. Rabbi Engels cup truly run Neth Over. His wife Marilyn and the children form a family which can Only be the envy of most of us and no Many a work should be said to be Only his own. Some of the biggest rabbis in the United states have passed through Lafayette on their Way up a one to the largest congregation in the United states Emanu-e1 of new York a so rabbi Engel is in Good company but he need not feel that any have graced a Lafayette pulpit with More satisfaction for the results of their labors. To be marked by City had ass a israelis Hadassah Hospital Complex on it. Scopus will reopen its doors after 27 years on tuesday oct. 21. Closed since the israeli War of Independence the facilities on it. Scopus have been rebuilt by Hadassah Over a period of eight years at a Cost of $25 million. At the same time Hadassah chapters throughout the United states will conduct prayer and dedication services in their communities marking the event. The Indianapolis chapter will hold its service 8 . On monday oct. 20, at Congre gation Beth Al Zedeck with rabbis and cantors from three Indianapolis congregations participating. A history of the medical facility will be Given by mrs. Michael Maurer and mrs. Justin Libby with mrs. Melvin Slavin president of the Indianapolis chapter of Hadassah delivering a Short to perform at Bond reception prizes to be awarded at 2nd animal fair the second annual a animal fair a sponsored by the women s service league of the jewish Community Center will be held at 2 . Sunday oct. 12, in the Acca parking lot with oct. 19 As the rain Date. All types of animals Are Welcome and prizes will be awarded. Categories Are longest ears fattest cat longest dog wag Giest Tail most obedient most unusual looking dog cat or other animal animal most resembling master Best performed trick Best dressed animal smallest dog longest nose Best groomed longest hair. Registration fee is Twenty five cents. Or. Phil Farber and two professional assistants will be the judges. For further information please Call 251-9467. It. Wayne a israeli entertainer Danny Tadmore will appear in a a Salute to Israel reception at Ach Duth ves Holom congregation in it. Wayne at 7 30 . Sunday nov 16. Sponsored by the Israel Bond Campaign. Or Tadmore who plays a wide variety of instruments including guitar and sings in five languages has performed All Over the world jewish perspective has new air time enter sponsors bus to see . Opera b Nai b Rith Lodge 58 to install officers rabbi David Stavsky will be the keynote speaker for the memorial tribute to rabbi Nandor Fruchter 8 . On sunday. Oct. 12, at by Nai torah a a jewish perspective a the to show sponsored by the jewish Community relations Council has recently been changed to 9 00 . Every other sunday on wish Channel 8 the oct. 12 show is a dramatic adaptation of a if not higher a i. L. Peretz Well known fable about the mysterious a a disappearance of the rabbi of Nemirov each year during the ten Days of penitence. The theme of the Story a the nature of True piety a will be discussed after the show by Barbara Kahn. Milt Bohard will moderate. Any local jewish organizations which Are interested in developing a show for a jewish perspective Contact the Jarc office. Ben Ashkenaz will be installed As president of the by Nai by Rith Indianapolis Lodge no. 58, at 8 . On saturday oct. 18, in the North Willow farms club House. Lawrence Greenwald past president of Lodge 58 will be the installing officer and Robert Gordon Indiana director of Adl will be the master of ceremonies. Other officers to be installed for the 1975-76 year Are David Gilman vice president membership Joel Epstein vice president programming Alfred Brown financial Secretary Arthur Felsher treasurer Fred Levin Secretary Jon Abels chaplain and Don Siegel consultant. Tony Kahn Elliott Levin Leon m o r d o Gilbert Ratzman Robert Rifkin David Samberg Stuart Sobel or. Steven Stein Keler Lawrence Stillerman a1 w a c h t e Rand Norman Weisman. Reservations May be made by contacting Donald Siegel 8469685, Ben Ashkenaz 926-6021, or Warren Ganden 296-1640 the Indianapolis jewish Community Center is sponsoring a bus trip to the Indiana University opera theatre for Prokofiev so the love for three oranges on saturday nov. 8. Paid Advance registration is necessary and must be made immediately. Round trip bus fare and ticket to the opera is $10 per subject at carib meet is. Bernice Eger director of Institute and Hospital meeting Marion county victim advocate 12 . Thursday oct. 16 at Nill Enno 1/ on Nai _ _. The bus leaves the Center at 6 . And returns immediately after the opera. Will speak on a Protection for Park Hoover clubhouse it women against rape a at the Indianapolis chapter of a mini lunch will be served children a asthmatic research for Only 50 cents per amp p Hadassah to hear Plant care the Board of directors for 1975-1976 Are Nelson Behar by Cohen Lawrence Elsberg Warren Ganden Jim Gerstle members of the business and professional club of Hadassah will hear mrs. Fred Berns give a demonstration and talk on care of House plants at 8 . On wednesday oct. 15. Hostesses for the meeting Are mrs. Allen Green miss Rose Tobias mrs. Lynn Weiss and miss Rose Vigodner. Mizrachi women open meeting to celebrate Golden Jubilee a an award to a great lady a film tribute Golda Meir will be shown at the opening meeting and membership Tea of the Mizrachi women at 1 . Wednesday oct. 15 at the Home of mrs. Lawrence Maslan. Also in conjunction with the Celebration of the Golden Jubilee year of the american Mizrachi women mrs. Nandor Fruchter will give a report on her recent trip to Israel. Mrs. Esther Prince will coordinate transportation to the meeting. Refreshments will be served. For further information Contact mrs. Fruchter 255-1005 or mrs. Maslan 844-9400. Of a a 1 i
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