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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 31, 1958, Indianapolis, Indiana15c per copy ii per i eak u Lei the people know they can and intelligently theft be Wisla Post published weekly and opinion Indiana edition Friday a it Ribeir 51, i9 it a second class mail privileges authorized at new Vorte. New York and Indianapolis Indiana volume Xiv a no. 11 parents flock to Jea classes to keep Pace with offspring a new reason for studying hebrew keeping up with ones children is helping to boost attendance at the jewish educational associations adult sessions to about double what they were lest year according to mrs. Leo Gurvitz Jea office manager. Miss. Gurvitz said that several of the approximately 40 persons enrolled in the three adult Jea classes had registered because they were to Send their children to the Jea hebrew school the next year. This compares with the 15 to 20 who enrolled last year. She added that the adult intermediate class had changed its intermediate class originally scheduled for fridays to 10-11 30 . Tuesdays. Not Only intermediate hebrew Reading but hebrew conversation will be offered in the class. Registration is still open for All adult classes and May be made by calling Walnut 3-4551. Joint defense Appeal mentioned by Freeman Prinz raps organizations for making anti semitic Issue out of Temple blasts members of tire association for the advancement of instruction about alcohol and narcotics will hear what Judaism has to say about alcoholism at 1 regional meeting next month. Associate rabbi Morris in Sld Man of congregation Beth Elze deck a ill take part in a clerical panel on a the role of the Church in alcohol education from 1 30 t o 2 50 . Monday nov. 10, in Feldman room 124 of the Union building at the Indiana University medical Center. 1300 w. Michigan st. A Quot the lord s own supermarkets was the Way rabbi Joa Chim Prinz described Many of the new jewish congregational buildings when he addressed the Community this week. But he added that he did not include congregation Beth Elze decks new building in this category. The rabbi praised the building for its a genuine syn Gogal Izler Solomon conductor of the Indianapolis symphony orchestra was presented the Stephen s. Wise award by the Inida Nap Olis chapter of the american jewish Congress at the organization s recent meeting at congregation Beth Al 7a-Solomon deck Solomon who recently returned from Israel where he conducted the philharmonic orchestra in several concerts was honoured for a bettering musical relations Between Israel and the United a new makers mrs. Irma Permer a member of Indianapolis hebrew congregation and former local presi j Dent of Hadassah has joined the real estate staff of the Jerry. Tarshes co., 541 e. 38th. Mrs. Permer will specialize in the Sale of residential property. Former Indianapolis resident Jack a. Goldfarb was recently honoured at a testimonial continued on Page 5 by Arnold Rosenzweig jewish organizations trying to make a grandiose anti semitic Issue out of the recent Temple bombings at Peoria and Atlanta were sharply rebuked this week by the newly elected president of the american jewish Congress. Rabbi Joachim Prinz who addressed a local Community meeting declined to name any such organizations specifically but the name of the Joiret defense Appeal was brought up at the meeting in the for lowing manner rabbi William p. Greenfeld of congregation Beth Al Zedeck a. Adj bail. Asked rabbi Prinz a what tact requires the american jew i s h Congress president to refrain from m e n t i o Ning what groups told Syna rabbi Greenfeld rogues to keep their lights on at night a what were the groups rabbi Greeh Feld asked that distributed so much information on anti semitism in the South ? rabbi Prinz said that he should not be asked to answer such a question and Julian Freeman past president of the Council of jewish federations and welfare funds got up to give a a Point of inform declaring that it a May not be politic Freeman for or. Prinz to say who the organizations were a Freeman said that he Felt those assembled were a entitled to know that the local jewish Community relations Council budget and policy committee of which he is a member Only recently heard joint defense Appeal requests for increased allocations. Jda representatives he said wanted the additional Money so that the organization could Send a team of workers into the Solomon appearance to open new acc symphony seminars the jewish Community centers new series of symphony seminars will be kicked off this week by the appearance of Izler Solomon conductor of the Indianapolis symphony orchestra. Solomon will introduce the series scheduled for 8-0 30 . Wednesday nov. 5. Professor Herbert Pelz chairman of the department of theory and com Beth Al youngsters join drive for needy children of the congregation Beth Al Zedeck receive collection boxes from associate rabbi Morris Feldman of the Temple As they prepare to join thousands of children across the and in raising funds for needy children All Over the world. A Striek or treat proceeds vent to the Union nations International Chil Drens emergency fund Unicof. Receiving the boxes from left Are Michael Silverstein Alan Cohen Marc Goldring Beth Feldman Debra Greenfeld Ted Gelb Debbie Levine Alice Zaft Alan Puller Debbie Cohen Sandra Peck and Gary Golden. Photo by Zalman. Position at Butler University will direct the series. _ a major emphasis in the discussion will be 011 Vaughn Williams a Kari Stephanic suite a the main piece on tap for the first concerts of the season on nov 8 and 9. Some 110 persons have already registered and not Many More can be accommodated according to Center officials. Interested persons Are advised to Contact the Center immediately at Clifford 1-9468 to Reserve their place. Price of the 12 sessions running through March is is for Center members and $3 for non members. Tickets Are non transferable. Uchic to dedicate 34th st. Edifice Indianapolis jewry a fourth building dedication in a year will take place next week when United Central hebrew congregation dedicates its new building at 34th and Ruckle. The ceremonies Are set for 5 . Sunday dec. 14, in the Uchic Sanctuary. A dinner will follow at 6 30 . In the vestry. A prominent National speaker is expected. South a to fight the renascence of the Kun flux klan and klan f he added that Meade in a of the joint defense Appeal which raises funds for the american jewish committee and the anti defamation league of by Nai by Rith Hud a recited the lesson of German but tie Jda request for increased Alk cations w As turned Down and w a he noted. Freeman a stud was greeted by a round of applause. Freeman later told the Post and opinion that the increase in alienation had been turned Dow 11 because of a deficient asked by the Post and opinion if they had anything against the Jda rabbi Prinz rabbi Greenfeld and Freeman answered emphatic rabbi Prinz who spoke on subjects ranging from jewish education and Day schools to the Temple bombings made these Points _ a a organizations which fail to make a a unique contribution Quot to the american jewish Community Are Little More than a what a wrong with american jewry is that one can belong to jewish organizations with or without convictions and that american jewry continues to exist without being committed. A jewish Day schools Are desperately needed by an american jewish Community that is probably a the most illiterate in the a jews must fight for civil rights whether or not they Are involved As jews. Their primary motive however should be the promptings of a the Rich cultural heritage history and experience of the jewish a the United states Isnit going anti semitic. What happened in Germany will not happen Here. A no one voice a can speak for All of american jewry. Rabbi Joachim Prinz ,. It wont happen Here

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