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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Indianapolis, Indiana25c per copy published weekly $10 per year Indiana jewish Rostand opinion Quot if you let the people know they can act shalom. Today is Friday october 16, 1970 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307s c ind state Libr news sec140 n Senate in Dps ind 46204 it it -oo1 volume Xxxviii no. 4 i. U. Hillel offers 4q children consecrated Short course series the Indiana University Hillel foundation is offering Short term courses on jewish and yiddish subjects. Sessions started this week. The courses include a seminar on antisemitism by Robert Gordon of the anti defamation league Basic Judaism by rabbi James s. Diamond contemporary jewish novelists by or. Melvin plot risky readings in yiddish literature by drs. Maurice Friedberg and Alvin Rosenfeld zionist theory by Fred Stein the thought of Martin Buber by rabbi Diamond beginners and intermediate hebrew by Avinon Perry. Enrolment is open to the Public the individual fee is $5 and $8 for couples. At Indianapolis hebrew b Nai torah youth goes National forty children were consecrated wednesday evening during the sukkot service at the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. They Are Leslie Ackerman Andrew Atlas David Bailie David Bel Ford Andrew Cahn Cynthia Calderon Esther Calderon Debra Cohen Marcia Davidson Kelly Davis Darryn Duchon took part in the ceremony. Also Cindy Elmas Andrew Falender David Foster Lou Freedman Lillian Friman James Harmon Leslie Jaeger Robert Jaffe Peter Kaye Lisa klezmer Adam Kline Stephen / a the by Nai torah youth groups will affiliate with the National conference of synagogue youth Nosy it was announced by rabbi Ronald Gray. Initial planning sessions for the newly organized by Nai torah group Are scheduled As follows 6th, 7th, 8th grades gather oct. 25, Sun. At 12 30 . In the by Nai torah youth lounge. 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades meet in the same place nov. 1, Sun. At 12 30 .lunch at these meetings will be provided by the sisterhood. teenagers Are asked to attend. Consecration slated at b Nai torah school Assembly candidates urge social Security revision the first graders of the by Nai torah religious school will be consecrated on Sim Chat torah eve oct. 22, thursday at 7 . The children will take part in an original dramatic presentation and then will be presented with gifts from the sisterhood. Rabbi Ronald Gray will address the class and their parents. The following students Are to be consecrated Barry Bortz Shelly Frankovitz Ricky Fried Renee hasten Michele Hirsh Jerome Israelov Kimberly Ker Ner Mike Lazer Daniel Mark Thomas Reader Abram Rabin Lisa Sachs Keith Weisenberger Amy Weisfeld. Relatives and friends Are Welcome to attend. Revision of the social Security Laws will be sought by Bertha Lichtenstein and three other democratic candidates from Marion county if they Are elected to the general Assembly. In a joint statement of oct. 9 Mason Bryant John Day Bertha Lichtenstein and Carl Rice said they would ask Congress to a Are examine and revise the social Security Laws to bring More equity for All with particular emphasis on presently uncovered men husbands who qualify by age who have not been covered but whose wives have maximum coverage or who have been qualified by social Security coverage up to retirement More favourable equity for those women who have worked throughout their lives and have made considerable contributions into the funds yet Benefit not at All will also be requested. Skipping school urged during jewish holidays no jewish child should attend thursday oct. 22 and Friday Public school during jewish oct. 23. Holidays. Appear to the parents and this applies specifically to the a a first two Days of sue cos teenagers was made by the thursday oct. 15 and Friday rabbis of by Nai torah oct. 16 As Well As the last Days congregation. Hadassah unit to hear reporter on Mideast the opening luncheon meeting honouring new members of the Henrietta Szold group of the Indianapolis chapter of Hadassah will take place oct. 21, wed., at 12 noon at Temple Beth Al Zedeck. Thomas Keating reporter for the Indianapolis Star author of the series of articles on the crisis in the Middle East and the state of Israel will be the featured speaker. The opening prayer will be Given by mrs. David Hollander and the closing prayer will be Given by mrs. Abe Kulwin. For reservation please Call mrs. Martin Kroot mrs. Sam Kaplan or mrs. William s. Cohen. Duplicate Bridge winners listed mrs. . Starer and mrs. Roland Rhodes won the open duplicate Bridge tournament monday oct. 12 at the jewish Community Center. Mrs. Ruben Karsh and mrs. Ruben Leventhal were second. Bob Gordon Speaks on american dream an individuals Freedom to american dream in the project dream and pursue his dream commitment of Central Indiana were stressed by Robert Gor series 0ct 12 m Stanton Don director of the regional. Anti defamation league of Evans it editor by Nai by Rith. Diana Polis news he was speaking on the co speaker. Of the was in the we Are growing to have several excellent openings in our display advertising department for qualified salespeople to Call on local merchants. Starting salary $7,500. Must have automobile. Age no Factor. Call Sam Weinberger 634-1307 Klineman Michelle Levey Wendy Lieber Tina Marie Meeks Randy Morelock Marcie mover Dennis Newman Amy Pecar Michael perk Mark Roger Anthony Rose Teresa Rosenberg David Rutenberg Rosalie Samuels Marc Sele Man Susan Stein and Michelle Waldman. Rabbi Murray Saltzman and rabbi David Horovitz conducted the services. Mrs. Henry Heller activity director was in charge of the children. At a reception after services the Temple sisterhood presented each child with a miniature torah. Rabbi to discuss Mideast peace Issue a can there be a just peace in the Middle East a rabbi Ronald Gray associate rabbi of by Nai torah congregation will elaborate on this subject at a sukkot Oneg shabbat of Hadassah oct. 17, saturday at 1 00 ., at the Home of mrs. Herbert Melrose 1085 Fox Hill drive. Members and friends of Hadassah Are cordially invited to attend. Council to hear newsmen on election Frank Crane editor of the Indianapolis Star and Jim Hetherington editorial editor of a fam will discuss the issues of the coming election before the National Council of jewish women. The program will be held at the old town club House 86th and ditch Road during councils opening meeting oct. 13, 8 00 . On sunday. Robert Gordon of anti defamation league. Of by Nai brith will be Moderator. Guests Are Welcome. Purdue Hilles plans a Succoth festival dancing and singing by Dick Goldman Judy Waisman Debbie Bailey Laura Blanke Alice Harris and Richard spool will be the entertainment at a Succoth festival presented by the Purdue Hillel sunday oct. 18. Mark Shinbrood will be the master of ceremonies. Tickets priced at 75 cents for members and $1.25 for others Are available at the Hillel office 912 West state Street

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