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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - December 8, 1972, Indianapolis, Indiana25c per copy published weekly $12.50 per year Indiana jewish is 3.is it j. I and opinion his a i �3spx qh5s 7 a Quot if you let the people know they can act intelligently99 shalom. Today is Friday december 8, 1972 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307 volume xxx no. 13 Gary Byyo to Host three state Parley the Gary by Nai by Rith youth organization will Host the 17th annual Kentucky Indiana Ohio Kio regional convention on dec. 25 through 29. This will be Gary a fifth time As Host for the Kio regional convention. Theme for the Kio regional convention is a i believe in the Sun even when it is not this quotation was found on a ghetto Wall in Warsaw after the holocaust. The Kio convention chose this theme because its message inspires renewed Faith based on those whose Faith endured the holocaust and leads to development of ones own insights and strengths for the trials to be faced in the future. There will be approximately 250 jewish . Members coming from Kentucky Indiana and Ohio. Some of the important Byyo leaders who will be attending the Kio convention Are Kious regional presidents Marcia Goodman from Munster Indiana and Lenny Weingarten from South Bend. Also Arnie Oskin regional director of Griffith. During these five Days the delegates will take part in leadership and action workshops. Also at the convention elections will be held to elect the continued on Back Page of apartment Complex the jewish welfare federation has agreed to cooperate with the Eugene b. Glick co. I n providing services to residents of a proposed 200-unit apartment project on the far Northwest Side. The federations Board of directors adopted a motion to that effect at its last meeting on recommendations of a special committee on housing for the Well aged which has studied the problem for some time. For almost two years a federation committee has been meeting under the chairmanship of Fred Falender to determine the need and to explore the feasibility of a housing project for the Well aged under Jef auspices. A questionnaire distributed by Jef in the summer of 1971 indicated such housing is desired. Falender told the Board his committee found there was a big need for Low Cost housing for the Well aged in the Community. The Glick development is planned at Westland re. And . 421, East of the Westland Cantor Robert Zalkin to speak on Israel the menus club of the Beth Al Zedeck Temple announce the fourth event of its exciting a it pays to belong 1972-73 program. On sunday evening dec. 17, at 8 ., the menus club will present Cantor Robert Zalkin who will give both a musical and slide presentation on his recent three week tour of Israel. To anyone who has never visited Israel or plans to visit soon some really entertaining insights into the land and its people will be gained from the program. Cantor Zalkin will make the evening even More exciting with the music of Israel to accompany his slide presentation. The event is open to All members of the congregation and their wives. Reservations Are limited. Congregants Are urged to Call the office now at 253-3441 to make prior reservations. There will be no admission charge. Bouquet of week memo to Marer Flower shop 1622 North Meridian Street Send this weeks bouquet to Arthur j. Barrett Chernin to speak at women s plea on tuesday dec. 12, at 8 At the women a plea for soviet jewry prisoners of conscience Albert d. Chernin will be the keynote speaker. He will be introduced by Ezra Friedlander chairman of the soviet jewry committee. Since july 1968, Chernin has been executive director of the jewish Community relations Council of greater Philadelphia the policy making and coordinating body in the Field of jewish Community relations for 35 metropolitan jewish organizations who in turn represent More than 500 chapters posts and synagogues in the Philadelphia area. Before joining the no crack he served As executive director of the Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council As Well As executive director of the Indiana jewish Community relations Council. Albert d. Chernin the plea will be held in the human rights Day and to show Sanctuary of congregation Beth their support for the soviet Al Zedeck to commemorate jewish prisoners of conscience. It. ? 5 7 n ? n ? h a a i i j ? ? our bouquet of this week goes to Arthur j. Barrett for his continuing efforts in the jewish Community and his dedicated work and support of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Arthur was recently the guest of Honor at the Indianapolis hebrew congregation dinner sponsored by the Indianapolis Community of the state of Israel Bonds. Arthur is a Diana Polis and Shortridge High University of served in the Navy and later native of in a graduate of school and the Cincinnati. He United states married Helen regenstrief of Indianapolis. Arthur and his Lovely wife Helen Are the parents of three children or. Ivan Barrett of California mrs. Steven Olswang of Chicago Illinois and miss Mary to Barrett of Indianapolis. Arthur is a lifelong member of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation and has served on its Board and was president of the congregation from 1970 to 1972. Arthur is president of the Barrett Industrial Supply company. It is with our warmest wishes that we Send the bouquet of the week to Arthur j. Barrett. Bailie and Kaufman take key drive posts chairman Herbert Backer will have two key assistants for the 1973 jewish welfare federation Campaign a or. Stephen Bailie and Bart Kaufman. Both have assumed the posts of assistant chairmen. The drive will have its official Kickoff next month with Backer As Overall chairman. Mrs. Richard Glasser and mrs. Sidney Tuchman were previously announced As co chairmen for the women a Effort. Mrs. Peter Cahn is chairman of the Jef Young women a division formerly known As the Young matrons. Jack Larman will head the All important special gifts division. Kaufman held a similar continued on Page 15 for your convenience the jewish Post amp opinion is on Sale at the following drug stores Schoener s pharmacy 5601 n. Illinois st. Morgan s pharmacy 1433 w. 86th st. Shopping Center. Clicks federally financed project is to get underway next Spring with the first units ready for occupancy in the fall of 1973. It will consist of 10 buildings containing 200 one bedroom apartments on one floor. Each building will have 20 units. After its deliberations the committee proposed the following recommendations which were approved by the Jef Board of directors 1. That Jef co operate in providing services to residents in the proposed Glick project these might include group work and recreation services provided by the Center Case work provided by jewish family amp children a services an evening meal provided by Hoover Wood Etc. 2. That of the 200 units proposed for this project 100, or five buildings consisting of 20 units each be designated for Jef which would therefore have preference to fill these units initially and would have preference to fill vacancies As they occur in those buildings. Monthly rent per one bedroom unit not counting meals would be $134. 3. That Jef will have no financial obligation the Glick management reserves the right to rent any of the apartments designated for the federation in the event Jef is unable to rent the apartments itself. 4. The general feeling of the committee based on expert advice was that older people Benefit from eating together and there Are nutritional benefits from one balanced meal a Day. The dinner meal would be provided in a communal dining room. Meals would be pre paid on a one month basis by the tenant. 5. That Jef will not further explore housing for the Well aged until such time As an evaluation is made to determine the effectiveness of this arrangement and to determine the demand in the jewish Community of this Type of housing accommodation. 6. Profits if any from meal services would be used to pay for additional services to the tenants if this is practical. 7. That coordination will a be established Between All federation agencies that will provide services for the residents in the designated federation facilities. 8. That an ongoing committee of the federation be established for this housing program to include representatives from each of the constituent agencies and from members of the Community at Large
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