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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 17, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaFriday september 17, 1965 the National jewish Post and opinion the woman s viewpoint take it from the sch Khan Aruch silence is for men again we find that a every nun should make an Endeavor to it. a respectable woman Fror a respectable family. By thee traits is Israel characterized by his modesty his merciful Ness and his practice of Charity and it is improper to form an Alliance with one who lacks these distinguishing by Helen Cohen there you have qualities that if i Haven to told you before i our ancestors deemed important feel the Phulchan Aruch the next lets follow them out of code of jewish Lawa com the synagogue. When leaving a it dilation of is prohibited to run or to walk jewish with great strides because this Laws and would tend to show that his customs is a stay at the synagogue was a t r e a sure Burden for him. This applies Chest of in Only to a Case where one is forma going to attend to his business tion that if but if one should go from the one dips into synagogue to the House of study it one can it is his duty to hasten his find much of Helen interest Well that one hardly about our forefathers a How needs any comment. The same they lived and what they old struggle continues today Bethought. Tween worldly matters on the lets take a few examples one hand and study and prayer concerning marriage we find on the other that Quot it is a religious duty to but what i really wanted to make the Groom and Bride re say this week concerns the fact Joice also to dance before the that the Phulchan Aruch is a Bride and to say that a she is ther obviously a masculine Beautiful and a work compiled by men and How a that for a religious duty meant for the eyes of other men. Especially if she does no to happen once in awhile their male Prev to be too comely at least for that moment her face will glow prettily with pleasure at All the compliments. Udice gets a Little out of hand but we wont pick a fight with them today since we Bear in mind that in this same volume is the ruling for husbands that they must neither Force their attention on their wife nor on the other hand deliberately deprive her of her marital rights and these codes go Back Many centuries to less enlightened times. The paragraph i do want to quote though indicates How the male authors generally addressed themselves to their own sex a a Man should always cultivate the faculty of silence a we read Quot and should Converse Only on matters appertaining to the study of torah or of the necessities of life and even when talking of the necessities of life he should not talk too notice the use of the masculine pronoun and noun Only. Those authors knew better than to expect such behaviour from their womenfolk who usually feel that their time is not Well spent unless they can communicate with one another. If the men want to cultivate silence Well that s their prerogative. Just in Case anyone requires proof of the difference Between the sexes conversation Wise i have a recent clipping from Zurich which finds that a even deaf and dumb girls talk More than the article quotes Pierre Sau rat who it explains won the or. Schweitzer prize for his Book Quot the very Depths of a i visited a lip Reading school for such girls a he said a and found them working Back to Back in a dressmaking course. The teacher explained that they gossiped too much during Les sons if they faced each if the word a a gossip is defined simply As conversing or a Small talk a ill buy that seeking new Constitution Geneva a an attempt to remodel the world zionist organization to meet present Day needs is being made Here at the sessions of zionist leaders from the entire world. The sessions will not be open to the Public. The meetings this week resulted from the inability of the world zionist Congress in Israel this past Winter to agree on proposals for revising the who . Bonds Houston Monterrey teens get together Houston a Junior High schooners from this City were guests of the Monterrey Mexico jewish Community for a four Day visit which brought the Young people of the two communities together for meetings games sightseeing and prayer sessions. The trip was sponsored by the jewish Community Center Here. Earle Israel a Cono. 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Matters involving advertising for the National edition should be directed to the new York office 79 Madison ave., editorial and circulation and advertising correspondence for the local editions should of course be sent to the local office of that edition. Otrice of publication e. Market st Celina o. Entered As second class matter at Post office in Celina o postmasters Send forms 3579 to 611 North Park Indianapolis Indiana. The scholar scholarship has always played a leading role in the jewish ethic but even in that tradition Michael Heilprin a scholarly attainments were extraordinary. Born in Russia in 1823, Heilprin emigrated to Hungary and became a fighter for Freedom in the 1848 revolution. When the revolution was suppressed he was forced to flee and emigrated to the United states. While earning a scant living As a teacher Heilprin made the acquaintance of the editors of Appleton a new american cyclopedia. Impressed by his learn ing his photographic memory and his knowledge of 12 languages they offered him the Job of editor. In addition to writing Many of the leading articles for the cyclopedia Heilprin revised and edited All historical geographical and biographical items an incredible feat when con. Trusted with the staffs of editors and specialists compiling modern encyclopedias. Heilprin also became an editor of the nation. He was the author of the historical poetry of the ancient hebrews. A passionate advocate of Liberty he became an outspoken foe of slavery. In this connection he wrote scholarly articles refuting the View that slavery was justified by the old testament. When after the pogroms of 1880, thousands of russian jews emigrated the scholar became an organizer Heilprin established jewish agricultural colonies in new Jersey As Well As in Kansas Oregon and the Dakotas. Largely through his efforts the hebrew Emigrant society came into being. _ the outstanding non theological jewish scholar in America in the nineteenth Century Michael Heilprin died in 1892. P. Lorillard company established 1760 first with the finest cigarettes through Lorillard research
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