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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Indianapolis, Indiana25c per copy published weekly $10 per yeast a Indiana jewish and opinion33s sep amp Msj a it in a Nib Orborn j ? snot 3sci Quot if you let the people know they can act intelligently Quot 1 shalom. Today is Friday april 28, 1972 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307 volume xxxix no. 32 Beth i dinner music fest slated the annual dinner meeting and music festival of Beth Al Zedeck will be held at 6 . May 7. Featured at the annual music festival will be Tsaochi and Yael the noted israeli singing duo. Tsaochi and Yael have been performing As a duo for the last three years. Tsaochi started his musical career in a Little farm where he was born. There he wrote poems and composed music As Well As staged shows to the Delight of the entire Village. At the age of 18 he was drafted to the army and soon became a leading figure in a military entertainment group. During three years of service his talents As a Singer entertainer and musician have developed and gained popularity. Soon after his honorable discharge from the service he began to appear in nightclubs and kibbutzim. Yael fourth generation a Sabra a bom in Tel Aviv has studied in a musical secondary school and plays four instruments piano saxophone accordion and guitar yet her real love is singing and composing her own songs. Yael had never performed before she met Tsaochi aboard a cruise ship in the Mediterranean sea. It was love from first sight for the two but Yaeli a military service separated the two for More than a year. During her service Yaeli a duties were confined to the use of her Talent singing. She travelled with a Small group from one military base to another playing the guitar and singing with her soft and Beautiful voice for the soldiers. After Yaeli a discharge from the service she joined Tsaochi As a performer and wife. Soon after they made their first record which reached the top of the israeli hit Parade. Their repertoire expanded to include songs in eight different languages. They have appeared in entertainment spots All Over the world. In Israel they recorded two albums with lbs and the Success of these albums led to a performance tour of the . Taschi and Yael Are appearing at the Beth i music festival direct from an extended run at the Gate of Horn in Chicago. Dinner is $6.75 per person which includes a ticket to the music festival. Call the Temple for reservations 253-3441. There will be election of new Board members installation of officers and menus club Board and introduction of the sisterhood Board. Music festival tickets will be on Sale at the door on the night of the performance $2 for adults and children under bar Mitzvah age $1. Chairmen Are Milton Bohard and by Calderon. Jef sets 3-part study of problems of aged the problems of aging parents will be scrutinized in a three part program next month sponsored by the jewish welfare federation. Featured will be experts in their Fields. They will not Only lecture but will Welcome discussions and answer questions. All three programs will be held at the jewish Community Center on tuesdays May 2, 9 and 16, at 8 . There will be no admission charge and the Public is invited. The entire program is a project of the federations aged care services committee of which Geoffrey Segar is Overall chairman. Or David e. Tavel is chairman of the aged care process what Are the attitudes services de u c a t i o n sub of family and friends toward committee responsible for the the aging person and How the program. Aging person reacts to change. Speakers will be Alexander Andrew will discuss Monro or. Warren Andrew and a physical and mental changes Russell Reichard. In aging a Monro Assw formerly was executive director of the Indianapolis senior citizens Center. He is a recognized authority on the aged. His topic will be a psychological and social changes in Monroe a program will Deal with changing roles and personal relationships and adjustments to new situations. Among other things he will discuss what really happens in the aging bouquet of week memo to Marer Flower shop 1622 North Meridian Street Send this weeks bouquet to Rhoda Israelov this weeks recipient of the bouquet of the week is mrs. Israel Israelov. Rhoda Israelov is being honoured this week for her dedication to our new Indianapolis hebrew Academy. Each week since the school opened its doors last september mrs. Israelov has donated her time at no charge to the school to teach music hebrew songs and hebrew dances to the children of the Academy. Mrs. Israelov was born in Pittsburgh a. And came to Indianapolis four years ago. She has been teaching hebrew for 11 years and has completed a great majority of her studies in Israel. She has been a full time faculty member of the jewish educational association for the past four years and has taught students from age eight through adults. Mrs. Israelov her most exciting current project is with the . Where she is coaching Bible contest contestants. She will accompany the winning regional contestants to the National quiz in new York on april 28. Her hobbies include singing continued on Back Page town crier by . Cohen you May or May not have noticed that there has been comparatively Little news of this years annual jewish welfare fund Campaign in the to. And we hasten to let you know that our policy has not changed. Throughout the years we have followed the judgement that during the time of the annual drive this is the big news and consequently we have devoted our front Page and More almost entirely to Jef news year after year. This year weeks have gone by and there has been no news releases submitted to us by the Jef. People who spend their time and Effort soliciting funds for jewish causes Are never really repaid except in their own knowledge that they Are performing a Mitzvah. But Here is one place where a paper like the p-0 can serve. Consequently week after week we should have had photos of various individuals and groups messages from the drive leaders and our rabbis and other informational material a for instance the team captains and their workers a that would Reward the individuals at least to this extent. We can Only surmise Why after 35 years of coverage of Jef campaigns in Indianapolis this year the publicity program has been changed. We have Ridden the federation and or. Newman and not excepting president Martin Larner very hard. This is something that people find difficult to accept but it is what a newspaper should be doing if it does not forget to pay tribute also when what is being done is praiseworthy. And certainly this is a Well run jewish Community in the sense that its institutions Are ably conducted and function smoothly. Fund raising Wise we Are among the top in the nation which is a Sharp change from not too Many years Back Vogt a Frank Newman first came to the City. But As for creativity fulfilling needs that go beyond having a jewish Community enter or an old Home we fall Down miserably. There Are answers but this is not the place to propose them. This is an explanation to the Community As to Why news of the current Campaign a just about concluded a has been sparse in our columns this year. A we Hope to see you sunday at Beth Al where the twin observances a israelis 24th anniversary and russian jewry Solidarity Day a will be marked. Our Community does not have the Best record for turning out to affairs like this and it takes a special Effort to bring out a Good attendance. We done to know Why the two occasions Are being celebrated jointly a they done to exactly fit together although a Case could be made out in View of the fact that when russian jews leave Russia they go to Israel. We also think the program called for an outstanding speaker a not just entertainment. But that is not our problem. If you have any feeling for jewish causes you should come to Beth Al sunday. Certainly As Between Israel and her anniversary and the need for support of russian jewry this about catches every jew in the City. So Well be seeing you. Andrew professor emeritus of Anatomy is a former chairman of the department of Anatomy Indiana University school of Medicine. He will explain what actually happens As a person grows older and will describe manifestations and treatment of senility. Educated at Brown Yale and Baylor Andrew will also discuss what scientists have Learned about physical and mental deterioration. Reichard Assw has As his topic a four crises accompanying the aging he will cover loss of income and status through retirement loss of physical and mental capacities loss of contemporaries and loved ones and changes in living arrangements. Reichard consultant on psychiatric social work for the Indiana department of mental health formerly taught and lectured at Valparaiso University and the in school of social work. He serves on the governors task Force on aging. Helping with the planning of the entire program were constituent agencies of the federation. Including Hoover Wood the Center and jewish family st children s services program sunday the 24th anniversary of israelis Independence Day and the Observance of soviet jewry Solidarity Day will be held on sunday april 30 at 2 . At Beth Al Zedeck Temple 600 West 70th Street. The program with Gadi Elon israeli entertainer the Hama Agal dancers and a skit will be opened to the Public free of charge. Israeli food will be postponed Clotilde Funk Sart exhibit scheduled for May at the jewish Community Center has been postponed. Because of popular request Martha Slaymaker a exhibit in the adult lounge of the Center 6701 Hoover Road will continue through May. Thyl exhibit is open to the Public

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