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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Indianapolis, Indiana2 the jewish Post and opinion Priddy april 281 1972 the Indiana regional advisory Board of the anti defamation league of by Nai by Rith will meet at the Dorchester ramada inn at Dolton 111., from 1 to 5 . On May 6, 1972. The session will precede the formal opening of the Indiana b Nai b Rith state associations Shevitz chairman of the regional Board and recently elected to the National commission made the announcement concerning the Agenda. Thomas d. Mantel a member of Adlus National commission will chair the sessions. Slated for discussion and policy decisions Are questions that relate to an Adl position on the controversial issues of busing and preferential treatment. Discussion on preferential treatment will be led by or. Sheldon Gottlieb Purdue University fort Wayne. The members of the regional Board will also hear a proposal on a plan for growth and development of Adl programs in the state of Indiana. The proposal will be a part of the directors report which will be presented by Robert Gordon Indiana Adl regional director. Adlus National director or. Benjamin r. Epstein will deliver the keynote address at the joint session of the convention. Birth announced or. And mrs. Allen d. Schwartz of Skokie 111., announce the birth of a daughter Julie Molka april 12, in lutheran general Hospital Park Ridge 111. Grandparents of the new baby Are or. And mrs. Jack Maurer 6330 n. Delaware. Attend conference delegates from the Indianapolis Section of the National conference of jewish women attending the District convention at Cleveland 0., april 10-12 were left to right standing mrs. Dan Domont mrs. . Auerback mrs. Louis Ehrenfeld mrs. Walter Lichtenstein mrs. Sigmund l. Brenner and seated left to right mrs. Nathan Nisenbaun mrs. Louis Fink and mrs. Charles Wunsch. Report cites shortage Day care centers a not Only is there an acute shortage of developmental Day care centers in the United states today this shortage is intensifying a reported a windows on Day care a a National Survey released april 10 by the National Council of jewish women. A millions of children Are being deprived of opportunities for the care and development which should be their Birthright a it declares. New new new Tel Aviv Kosher bakery of Chicago Kosher Parave breads cakes pastry also sugar free cakes Rolls muffins party trays sympathy trays amp fruit baskets. Call Sid for personal service. 255-6800 the study indicates in Many communities that a More than a tenfold expansion of comprehensive Quality Day care will be necessary to meet existing % the report of 264 pages presents the findings of Council members who visited Day care centers and family Day care Homes in 77 cities and interviewed Many mothers and Community leaders Active in the Day care Field. Mary Dublin Keyserling director of the Survey and. Author of the National Council to Ohio Clud of jewish women report Points out that a the Early years Are plans guest Day critical in a child a develop ment. Deprivation then can have disastrous effects. Services. Should be available to All families who wish their children to Benefit by them. They must be provided without Cost to Low income families with fees scheduled to income for among the recommendations presented is a Call for Federal Day care appropriations of at least $2 billion a year. Locally our Indianapolis Sec tion is presently engaged in cooperation with the jewish Community Center in conducting a Survey to determine local needs in the Day care Field. The National Council of jewish women is a voluntary service and educational organization of Over 100,000 members concerned with a Day care education welfare and civil rights especially relating to the disadvantaged. Of its 176 sections in various parts of the country at least 131 have programs helping meet Day care needs. Silas Edmond a plumbing contractor residential a commercial a Industrial prompt courteous service 925-3400 in fac tic sawn of Egiy. Tabs amp info up Wmk amp eos serves a silly fit to i?8pm. The to a amp Rotimi it Toj re Ltd Tust cent Morfy a off Volp . Fox Delicatessen Large selections of Delicatessen and gourmet foods. Strudel leaves fillings. Troys and platters for All occasions. Kosher Frozen foods meats. Lox and Bagel our specially. 6311 Guilford ave. 257-0528 hour cleaning til 1 . Daily including saturday custom hand cleaning Robert Deering cleaners 6380 n. College 251-2517 mrs. Lester Budd 8520 Canterbury Square e., entertained members of the Rodimo club tuesday april 18. Her co hostess was mrs. Abe Winter. Mrs. Joseph n. Smith is president of the club. Plans were formulated for the clubs annual guest Day and their forthcoming anniversary Celebration. Local amp Long distance agents for United Van lines a packing a crating a storage Brightwood Transfer inc free estimates Paul Hartzler 2701 n. Colorado 542-1441 u0hc auxiliary plans luncheon the ladies auxiliary of the United orthodox hebrew congregation will be hostesses for a luncheon at 12 30 . May 3 at the Temple 5873 Central ave. Cost of the luncheon is $2.50 per person. Mrs. Zachary Schreier will give a talk on Israel. For reservations Call mrs. Esther Goldsmith 925-4895 or the congregation office 253-4591. It jewish Post a i opinion 611 n. Pork at 634-1307 Bill Benin it Fame ail communications involving editorial material should be addressed to six n. Park ave. Indianapolis 46204. A circulation correspondence should be addressed to Post and opinion subscriber service . Box 1088, Flushing . 11351. Known office of publication. 611 n. Park ave., Indianapolis ind., 46204. Second class postage paid As Indianapolis Indiana and As additional mailing office. A publicity must be in the office of the Indiana jewish poes and opinion by monday of the week of publication. No publicity can be taken Over the phone. Publicity photo must be in the office by Friday the week preceding publication. Publicity releases received by Friday the week preceding publication will be Given preference. Changes of address and other circulation problems Are bandied by mail not phone. Please enclose a recent Label from your copy of the paper showing your and address. Adl advisory Board to meet
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