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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 3, 1970, Indianapolis, IndianaA 25c per cop published weekly a $10 per Yeartie i it diem a jewish Post and opinion shalom Quot if you let the people know they can act intelligent Day is Friday july 3, 1970 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307 so and s in aide Libr news Sec 140 n Senate a i plus i and 46204 volume Xxxvii no. 41 Jef meeting set Hoover Wood theme special tribute will be paid at the july 14 annual meeting of the jewish welfare federation to those whose efforts were instrumental in the creation of Hoover Wood the jewish Community a new Home for the aged. The Home was opened just three months ago on the City a far North Side just North of the jewish educational association and since then the number of residents has nearly doubled. The federations 65th annual meeting will be held at Broadmoor country club with cocktails set for 6 30 p.m., followed by a Dairy dinner an hour later. A special menu is being prepared. Those playing major roles in the creation of Hoover Wood include Liebert i. Mossier outgoing president of the federation Walter Wolf jr., president of Hoover Wood William l. Schloss Hoover Wood Campaign chairman Eugene b. Glick chairman of the building committee Lewis Lurie chairman of the coordinating committee. Also Manuel i. Leve chairman of the food service committee Arnold Marks chairman of administration and operations with Robert Baerncopf As co chairman mrs. William l. Schloss chairman of Interior furnishings with mrs. Martin l. Larner As co chairman Marvin Sablosky chairman of the admissions committee Geoffrey Segar chairman of the Long Range planning committee. Also or. Harold Stadler chairman of the medical committee Joseph Borinstein chairman of the personnel and employment practices committee or. Leon Goldberg chairman of the religious committee mrs. Herbert Backer and mrs. Phillip f a 1 e n d e co chairmen of publicity mrs. Alvin Cohen president of the Hoover Wood Guild mrs. Eugene Glick past Guild president and the following past presidents of the Borinstein Home Joseph Borinstein Abe Borts mrs. Phillip Falender Norton Fishbein Leo Selig and the late David Hollander and Sidney Mahalowitz. Donors to the Home who have designated rooms and other facilities Are being notified shortly of the arrival of their plaques which will find a place of permanence at their specific locations in the two Story building. Many special innovations Are being planned to make this years annual meeting one of the Best and most exciting in the history of the jewish Community officials said. The local federation the Central body for jewish communal activities also serves As the Central budgeting and planning Agency. This Spring the federation wrote its fourth consecutive million Dollar Campaign into the records. At the last report the 1970 drive had netted $1,125,000 in pledges. The Campaign leadership led by Joseph Rothbard As Overall chairman will also be recognized and honoured at the annual meeting. A Large turnout is expected and the Community is urged to make reservations by returning the reservation card mailed to All or by calling the Jef office at 637-2473. Bill Newman resigns Post at Hoover Wood m. Bill Newman administrator of the old Borinstein Home and the Man responsible for the planning building furnishing and programming of the new Hoover Wood Home for the aged has announced his resignation. Or. Newman who has held the Post for the last seven years will be moving to Florida where he has accepted the position of corporate consultant to the Medfield Corpora tion an operator of a number of hospitals nursing Homes and other medical facilities. During his tenure As administrator of the Borinstein Home the number of residents increased from 32 to 50 and Many new programs were developed. Soon the Home became known As one of the finest nursing institutions in Indiana. The Borinstein Home affiliation with the Purdue University school of nursing was first nationally in the training of student nurses in the care of Long term patients. And even with the addition of new programs and services the Home enjoyed financial Success under or. Newman a administration. During the past three years or. Newman had devoted most of his efforts to the establishment of the new Hoover Wood facility. The new Home was a Boon to Indianapolis since for Many years the jewish Community had tried to establish a newer facility but could not see the project through. Now continued on Back Page Jea elects officers new Board members Bill Newman it s a double Simcha for Schultz family it was a double Simcha for or. And mrs. By Schultz of 1521 Oakwood Trail As they witnessed their son in Law and their Nephew receive advanced degrees from Indiana University recently. Their son in Law is Ken Miller. He received his pad in entomology from in in Bloomington at the june commencement exercises. Currently or. Miller is teaching part time at Indiana University As an associate professor but he Hopes to teach College level or graduate level research in his chosen Field. Mrs. Miller Sharon is at Bloomington this summer working toward her masters degree in education. She has been teaching for the past two years at school 107 in Indianapolis. Recently she was awarded a scholarship to Butler University for the month of August to further her studies in education. The Schultz a Nephew is or. Fred Katz who was awarded his degree with honors from the school of dentistry at the Indianapolis Campus of in. The son of or. And mrs. Albert Katz of South Bend he left for the Navy for a two year tour of duty and will be stationed in Providence . Or. Katz in addition to winning several honors was among the highest scholastically in his class and he has expressed the desire to specialize in dental surgery upon completion of his tour of duty. New arrivals Katner family from England or. And mrs. Allen s. Katner 605 Golf Lane Are new residents of Indianapolis coming Here from Stanford University at Palo Alto calif., where or. Katner earned his doctoral degree in research chemistry and did Post doctoral work. He is employed by Eli Lilly and company. Both Latners Are natives of England. Or. Katner was born in London and mrs. Katner Ruth was born in Essex. They have been in the United states about 6% years. Or. Katner was graduated from Huntington grammar school and Nottingham University in England before coming to the . And to the Palo Alto Campus. The couple have three children Simon 4, Jason 2xk and Clare 1v� years old. Or. Katner is a member of the Indianapolis chamber of Commerce. He likes Tennis and swimming and lists photography As a Hobby. Mrs. Katner enjoys handicrafts. Ralph Segall Ralph Segall was elected president of the jewish educational association at the general meeting held june 23rd. He will serve a two year term. Other officers to serve with or. Segall Are n. William Weinstein vice president Norman Newman vice president Stanley Miller Secretary and Marvin t. Bornstein treasurer Board members re elected for a three year term Are n. William Weinstein Arthur sacks Ralph Segall Michael b. Maurer Stanley Klain and Norman Newman. Newly elected Board members Are Mark hasten and Stanley Talesnick. Sheldon Friedman was elected to fill a one term vacancy. Elected to the honorary Board Are Isadore h. Katz Edward Dayan Joseph Cohen Jack Nelson and Gus Domont. The new Board members and officers were installed by Isadore h. Katz past president. A reception in their Honor was arranged by Morris Bryan and his committee
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