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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 29, 1965, Indianapolis, Indiana2 the National jewish Post and opinion Friday october 29, 1965 rabbi wine Joanne Ackerman Speaks sunday e"9a9ed to wed Marvin Sudman at Center controversial Young Michigan rabbi Sherwin t. Wine will open the jewish Community Center open forum series sunday october 31, at 8 30 . Rabbi wine will speak on the subject a can Judaism survive a his talk will be introduced by Charles Feibleman. Tickets to the six session open forum to be held at the be ish Community Center 6701 Hoover Road Are $3 for Center members and $5 for non members. Subsequent speakers in the series will include Sidney Lens Robert Borkenstein Evans Woollen and Saul Csillag to be bar Mitzvah Joseph Csillag son of or. And mrs. Paul Csillag 5148 Rosslyn Avenue will be bar Mitzvah in ceremonies at 8 30 . Nov. 6 at by Nai torah congregation. A Kiddush will follow the service. All and friends Are invited to Nai Beith girls install officers hold dinner it dance Marlene Levy was installed president of by Nai by Rith girls chapter 340 in ceremonies oct. 23 at the Meridian Lodge Motel. Other new officers installed Are Diane Logan vice president Marsha Snyder recording Secretary Engle corresponding Secretary Helene Meshulem treasurer Laurie Mordoh reporter Carol Epstein sergeant at arms and Joanie Winters member in training. A dinner dance held jointly with Indianapolis Aza 520 followed the installation. Or. And mrs. Simon Ackerman formerly of Indianapolis and now of Amberly Village announce the engagement of their daughter Joanne Betsy to Marvin Samuel Sudman son of or. And mrs. Morris Sudman of Roselawn. Miss Ackerman is the granddaughter of or. And mrs. Maurice Spitalny of Miami Florida. Or. Sudman is the grandson of mrs. Sam Sudman of Roselawn. The Bride to be is a Sophomore at Ohio state University majoring in sociology. Or. Sudman is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and is now the supervisor for the state health Laboratory northeastern Branch in Cuya hoga Falls Ohio. He was affiliated with the Sigma Alpha my fraternity. The wedding Date has been set for feb. 20. 1966.sisterhood Board meeting held the monthly Board meeting of the by Nai torah sisterhood was held oct. 25 at 8 30 . In the vestry of the Shule. Mrs. Morris k a s e f f and mrs. David Abraham will give a report on the Many fund raising projects a now in Progress and the forthcoming party. Preliminary plans Wil be made for the forthcoming hanukah dinner and also issues of vital importance to sisterhood activities. Mrs. David Fogle will preside and refreshments will be served by mrs. Abe Rambatz hospitality to meet the ladies auxiliary of United orthodox hebrew congregation will meet at 1 . Nov. 3 at the Home of mrs. Sidney Freedman 5809 North Illinois Street. Challah Bakers Challah baking is taught informally at the by Nai by Rith Hillel foundation at Purdue University several Days before yom kippur each year. The Young married women whose husbands attend the University bake one Small Challah for themselves and help braid a very Large one which is used at the foundation for the yom kippur breakfast Fol lowing the closing service. This year two of the women who were trained last year served As instructors mrs. Harold rib from Washington d.c., 3rd from left and mrs. Amie Avniel from Israel not shown in the photo. From left to right mrs. Stephen Eisenstein mrs. Jerrold o. Shapiro and mrs. Harold rib. As we were saying Pope s visit Only prelude to things yet to come s has Kiwi in Scenic a 1 Naviana j serves Pally 2q.m. Quot a theft a amp round a r closed tuesday a Crft in oct t Oid pm nitty a ?2<r Azlein inter by Robert e. Segal when Pope Paul i made his recent dramatic and highly successful visit to the United states he stressed a a wearying pilgrimage in search of a conversation with the entire revered Leader of 550,000,000 of the worlds nearly 3,000,000,000, the pontiff had much in mind and on his heart. As theologian scholar teacher and activist he is deeply aware of Many a alienation from society. This malaise a product in part in two global wars the uprooting of perhaps 1 per cent of the worlds people and the predictable result also of living in an age of introspection Speed danger and indifference a is troubling to Churchman and Layman alike. Indeed in a remarkable interview with an italian Newspaperman Alberto Cavallari the Pope was quoted As saying not Long before his american visit that the principle problem of this Day is that a the Church is in a world a great part of which has lost its we conclude that while the celebrated visitor from Rome made a deep and lasting Impact Here the visit must be considered Only a prelude to decisions and actions yet to come. Well staged beautifully timed handsomely photographed the papal one Day stand Wall surely Shore up the sagging United nations a it h i s lofty institution. The last Hope of Concord and peace. And when the Pope spoke such words in the in itself their meaning could not be entirely lost on hundreds of thousands of John Birch society members and other extremists Many of them dedicated members of the roman Catholic Church. For these critics now to continue to urge that the in be removed from the . And the . Resign from the in would be to mock the distinguished visitor s classic Appeal for support of the great institution a a human institution aspiring to be but what of the decisions and actions yet to come. On birth control and on the churches relations with non christians speaking in new York the holy father made Only Brief mention of the population explosion Quot. Human life is sacred no one May offend against it. Respect for life even with regard to the great problem of the birth rate must find Here in your Assembly its highest affirmation and its most reasoned defense. Your task is to ensure that there is enough bread on the tables of Mankind and not to encourage artificial birth control which would be irrational in order to diminish the number of guests at the banquet of these words were spoken not Long after the Pope in his interview with Cavallari had said a we must answer the questions of men today and there Are particularly difficult problems for us such As those related to the problems of the Christian family. For instance take birth control. The world asks us what we think and we Are seeking to give an answer. But which one we cannot remain silent. But to speak out is a real problem. The Church has not Over the centuries had to face anything like these but with the 1970s now destined in the opinion of our most competent demographer and agronomists to be known As the years of famine it becomes increasingly obvious that every world Leader the Pope included must come to recognize that the widespread introduction of birth control methods especially in underdeveloped and a industrialized nations is inevitable. The food and agricultural organization has recently predicted on the basis of intensive study that unless the developing countries multiply their food production by four in the next 35 years while world population is doubling to nearly 6.000,000,000, hunger and starvation will be catastrophic bowlers needed the Ball and Chain Bowling league which is a husband and wife mixed league needs More bowlers. Anyone interested in joining this league please Call is Marmalad at cd. 1-8430. Bowling night is wednesday at 8 45 . At the town and count Tryr lanes. I Sydlo
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