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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - August 18, 1972, Indianapolis, IndianaSo what s new speaking on the social Side Call 846-6404 write 9105 Spring Mill Road Indianapolis ind. 46260 hello again. Thanks for joining me this week. People Are beginning t o make plans for the fall and the upcoming jewish h o Limays of Rosh has Han nah and yom a a a Al kippur which a Wmk Are just 9hh around the mrs. Steinberg Corner. Hoosiers Are still Busy however travelling giving parties and celebrating anniversaries. Speaking o f anniversaries Sarah and Sidney Sakowitz recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with their children Marcia Anita and Jeff taking them out to dinner at the Kendall inn. In the interim which was exactly two hours the Sakowitz children promised to detain their parents at the restaurant for this length of tim friends and relatives gathered at the Sakowitz Home and busily began from the ultimate in luxury living $ 295 00 to. Includes Gas heating and water trash Masher double door Frost free refrigerator dishwasher self cleaning oven and Range disposal Washer and dryer accommodations. Club House and Pool facilities Sauna Baths card rooms billiard rooms Etc. Most ail apts. Have Large eating space in Kitchen amp sep. Dining rms. Models open daily As 500 has a Fri fish Way one bedroom a Den two bedroom two bedroom a Den three bedroom thre bedroom a Den West 73rd 255-2494 st. 1325 so. It. 1810 so. It. 1975 so. It. 2400 so. It. 2500 so. It mea00wbr00k apartments excellent location for anyone desiring to live in Indianapolis. Meadowbrook apartments consist of 647 one and two bedroom Garden Type apartments in 37 buildings situated on approximately 50 acres of Lawn beautifully landscaped. The exteriors of the buildings Are red Brick All floors Are Concrete and covered with Asphalt tile squares All Walls Are plastered Over steel providing 100% fireproof construction. Automatic coi operated washers and dryers Are located in Large clean laundry rooms in the basements of each building. Picnic tables Are provided in the rear of each building for your outside enjoyment. Shade Trees Are plentiful giving a country atmosphere to City living. Each resident May use the olympic size swimming Pool during the swimming season for swimming or Sun bathing. Some residents have formed a senior citizens club and they have their own clubroom and Are very Active. Motor patrol Security Force along with a Deputy sheriff that lives on the property provide excellent Security Protection. Maintenance personnel reside on the premises to offer you 24 hour emergency service. Rental rates Range from $114.00 to $166.00 with All utilities included except electricity and Telephone. Stop by and see our apartments at 38th and North Dearborn or if you desire More information Call 546-1551. Setting up an elaborate Buffet table sweets table and bar. Can you imagine the Surprise Sarah and Sidney had when they walked into their previously empty Home and found Over a Hundred people present Gay party decorations throughout and a beautifully arranged Buffet table Marcia Anita and Jeff planned this really great Surprise for their parents to the last detail including writing on the invitations that were sent out to the guests alerting them not to Park in front of the Sakowitz Home so Sarah and Sidney would not get wind of the Surprise until they were Well inside their Home. Sarah looked Lovely As she received congratulations from her Many guests in a floor length Green and White Check dress with the skirt designed in the pm Puar Patchwork design. Marcia and Anita Sakowitz wore Beautiful dresses for the occasion which they made themselves. Marcia wore a floor length multicoloured striped seersucker dress with capped sleeves and fashioned at the Waist by a red Sash. Anita wore a hawaiian print floor length dress of yellows greens and purples Empire waisted with a scoop neckline. Cocktails were served throughout the evening and a Buffet table of delicious hours do oeuvres and assorted cold cuts were available for guests to enjoy. Among those tasting the gourmet titbits were Trudy and Ai Gerson Carol and Arnold Chaplik Rose and Jack Nelson Geanne and Levi Atlas Helen tributes pay Honor continued from preceding pm he had been Active in fundraising for both the Indianapolis museum of Art and Clowes memorial Hall of Butler University. In 1968 he received the brotherhood award from the National conference of christians and jews for his work in human relations. Funeral services for or. Rothbaum were held sunday aug. 13 at Indianapolis hebrew congregation Temple. Entombment was in Crown Hill mausoleum. Survivors include the widow mrs. Jane Rothbaum a daughter mrs. Jean Meadows of Chicago and two sons or. Donald Rothbaum and Robert j. Rothbaum both of Indianapolis. I jewish Post a opinion 6 1 n. Park a 634-1307 Bill editor All communications involving editorial material should be addressed to 611 n. Park ave. Indianapolis. 46204. All circulation correspondence should be addressed to Post and opinion subscriber service . Box 1086, Flushing . 11351. Known office of publication. 611 n. Park ave., Indianapolis ind. 46204. Second class postage paid at Indianapolis. Indiana and at additional Kaiung office. All publicity must be in the office of the Indiana jewish Post and opinion by monday of the week of publication no publicity can be taken Over the phone. Publicity photos must be in the office by Friday the week preceding publication. Publicity releases Reo Elved by Friday the week preceding publication jul 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 name and address. And Ralph Bloom Henry Sakowitz Clara and Sam Cohen Trudy and Fred Layton and mrs. Ruth Fruchter. Louise and Monroe Marcus and Esther and Oscar Davis were enjoying a Chat with Ann and Abe Rambatz and Gisela and Zoltun Weisz. Looking at the Beautiful gifts were mrs. Sophie Marks Helen and Isiadore Marcus Mildred and Nate Sachs Clara and Sam Goldstein and Molly and Harold Saskin. Among others enjoying the evening were Ruth and Uri Joffe Myra and Herb Johnson Marilyn and Eugene Glick Ida Bell and Herbert Marer Vicki and Manny Izsak Estelle and Herman Burnstein Alice and William Zohn Janet and Max Simon and Mary Marcus. Helping with the preparation of the delicious food were mrs. Harry Stein Rose mrs. Harry sacks Bess and mrs. William Rosenstein Helaine. Baking for the occasion were mrs. Lester Waldman Doris and mrs. Robert Frank Loretta. Loretta and Bob Frank brought their delicious Home baked pastries All the Way from their Home in South Bend ind. Sarah and Sidney Sakowitz certainly had a gala Surprise on their 25th wedding anniversary we wish t h e Sakowitz a Many More Happy anniversaries a among the Best secret keepers in town Are Janice and Ike Nisenbaum and their children Lisa Michael and Mark. Eight months ago the Nisen Baum a quietly started building a new Home at 825 Rainbow Lane keeping their dream Home a Complete Surprise until its completion. During the eight months the Nisenbaum made daily trips to their new House and while they were out checking details on the House the children Repe Adly told Janice a sister Rosetta Stein whenever she phoned that Janice had gone to the grocery store. A few weeks ago mysterious invitations were received by Janice a sister and brother in Law Rosetta and Leo Stein and Janice a parents Anna and Gabe Segal. The invitation consisted of a paper plate folded in half typewritten with no return address issuing an invitation for a pizza party at 825 Rainbow Lane and not mentioning Host or hostess of the party. The seals and the steins arrived at 825 Rainbow Lane at the time stated on the in continued on Page 15 new new new Tel Aviv Kosher bakery of Chicago Kosher Parave breads cakes pastry also sugar Freo cakes Rolls muffins party trays sympathy trays amp fruit baskets. Call Sid for personal service. 255-6800 a dcji0 now open pizza King speedway�?34th and Georgetown re. Pm. 293-4928 also. 21st and Franklin re. 38th and Franklin re. Pm. 897-3025 pm. 897-4032 Stop 11 and Madison pm. 881-9370 watch for other locations lit a Ceme serves i Teiry Lri no 12. 8juj. The scar amp Roum it a a it clo a do tvs debt amp capt Moc 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
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