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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - January 17, 1958, Indianapolis, IndianaReader opposes Friendship clubs at Center or Nwe Ord our a group they must go Forward wow open on the North Side Oam s Dudway bakery Delicatessen 5615 North Illinois Street a Clihord 5-2247 formerly Herman s Cooper s Kosher meat Market a a at water 3-8280 714 East 52d Street under Ashrut supervision of rabbis Lobo and Greenfeld featuring a Complete line of new York style bakery goods breads bagels cakes pastries insist we on the pm jest Oten daily a 8 . To 8 . Open sunday a 9 . To 2 . Eugea baking to 82s s. Meridian Kosher style Delicatessen cafeterias restaurants hotels bars taverns entertainment Chung s air conditioned lantern room chinese american restaurant orders to take out open every Day including sundays and holidays from 11 a. M. To 10 p. M. 3766-68 North Meridian Street a i continuous service sundays 11 30 . To 8 . A the unusual cafeteria a 6247 College Avenue open monday thru saturday 11 . To 2 15 . A 4 45 to 8 . You Ain t heard nothing yet. Until you hear Al Meyers sing Quot Fanny Quot at Meyer s cocktail lounge we Are giving our guests the finest Quality of wholesome foods prepared by skilled Cooks in a clean modern Kitchen. We Deer it a great pleasure if at any time you would like to inspect our Kitchen a that management. It s enjoyable to eat out especially when the food is delicious mandarin inn chinese and american restaurant food at its Best a sensibly priced air conditioned private dining room open 11 a. M. To Midnight o take out a phone Walnut 5-6060 302 n. Meridian st. The National jewish Post and opinion fuday january City s future to be probed by by panel what will Indianapolis be us 17 years hence a panel 0f j perts in five different Fields will attempt to answer that question at 8 dinner meeting of by by Rith Lodge no. 58 at 6 30 up wednesday Jan. 22, at Broad Ripple american legion Hall 63d and College. A the program will begin at it p. M the future of Indianapolis from the viewpoint of housing zoning and physical facilities of be the topic of f. Ross Vogel Gesang senior planner on the metropolitan planning commission. Edward d. Pierre one of the nations most outstanding architects will describe what Indianapolis residents can expect from the standpoint of physical growth and structural develop ment. Henry Butler Indianapolis times columnist will discuss the role cultural programs will play in the growth of the City Royer Brown area develop i ment director of the Indiana j Olis Power and Light co., will examine the future of Indianapolis economic and business development. I or. Paul Johnson chief assistant to the superintendent of the Indianapolis school system and curriculum coordinator for the system will describe the educational Outlook for the system. As Moderator Ernest r. Lee will evaluate the Progress of civil liberties and human rights in business Edu Eai ion and housing. Reservations May be made by calling . Fox at a 5-5110. Square Daryce set by mr., . Unit the newly formed or. And . Group of Indianapolis will hold a Square dance from 9 p. M to Midnight saturday Jan. 18, at congregation Beth Al chairman of the event is Donald Stillerman. Co chairman is Seymour Schwartz. Members of the committee planning the dance Are Jerry Patsner Sid Davis Bob Shane Phil Pecar and . Donald Stillerman. Admission is 75 cents per person and includes refreshments dress is informal. The Square dance is the first j social event of tire group which j was formed in november and 3 under the auspices of congregation Beth Al Zedeck. Former Hoosier Dies in Tennessee funeral services for Louis Grohs 66, who moved from Indianapolis 30 years ago were held Friday morning in the Aaron Ruben funeral Home. _ or. Grohs died Jan. 14 m Chattanooga Tenn. He was a past president of the antique dealers association of America and the author of a Book on ancient Art. In Chattanooga he was Branch manager of an antique importing firm. Survivors include the widow . Myrtle Grohs one daughter . James Brownjr. Three Sisters . Philip Randolph. Mrs. Ruth Titus and . Barney Wohlfeld and one grandchild. Cremation followed the funeral services
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