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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Indianapolis, Indiana25c per copy published weekly $10 per year me Indiana jewish Post and opinion Quot if you let the people know they can x off m no shalom today is Friday july 14, 1972 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307 Adl embarks on major program a t or so a the Indiana regional office pre conceived ideas. Our con of the anti defamation league Cern is with the development of of by Nai by Rith will embark on an Agenda for priorities that Are a major program for the future oriented and relevant As an overflow crowd of More development of a an Agenda for Well to current problems and than 250, brought together under the �?T70�?Ts.�?� the theme of a fall in the n the seminar sessions Are family a turned out for last the Indiana Adi office ill scheduled to Gin at noon and sundays 67th annual meeting a ?. Z to run As l�n6 As is necessary of the jewish welfare federa hold a series of Community t0 a compus a Basic 0� tion and fee a changing of the Katz elected Jef head Many awards presented based seminars designed to draw from a Cross Section of the Jec Tives outlined for by Nai by Rith a u Lodge and chapter presidents Irwin Katz Long a dedicated Indiana jewish Community j 0 a g e and chapter Adl Leader in the Community a aft air views about problems and chg men and regional advisory fairs was elected president sch ant 6y cons relevant to jj0ard members. The sessions succeeding Martin l. Lamer the add. Win also include Byyo and who completed a two year term flowing from the All Day Temple or synagogue youth in that office. Seminars to be held in 14 representatives c o 11 e g a age other officers will be communities around the state students and As Broad a elected later this summer at a will be an Index of problems spectrum of each City a jewish Jef Board of directors issues and concerns and a set Community As it is possible to meeting. However members to of priorities for action. Draw together within the the Board and to the federa t h e concept was first requirements of a seminar Tiona a Board of governors were developed during Adlus session. Also elected regional Board meeting held in the Indiana regional office the reception dinner meeting Hammond ind., on May 6 and Hopes As a result of the at Broadmoor country club was Irwin Katz the federation of jewish youth organizations represented by past president Chuck Glick and Jon Hodes received the Domont award for creative services and mrs. Walter Lichtenstein was honoured with the David m. Cook award for Community relations. Also honoured was the federations 1972 Campaign leadership a Joseph Rothbard mrs. June Herman mrs. H. Robert perk and mrs. Murray Feiwell and mrs. Leonard Berkowitz immediate past president of the women a conference. In addition four other outgoing presidents All of local agencies were honoured. They were Ralph Segall jewish educational association Nathan Nisenbaum jewish family and pitch in party to Start planning for Angel Ball a gala pitch in party tuesday july 18, at 7 . At the Home of or. And mrs. Allen Wurz Man 4120 Timber court will open a season of planning for the National Council of jewish women 1973 Angel Ball. The Ball scheduled for feb. 17, 1973, will be held at the Indiana convention exposition Center and will be titled the triple Crown Ball. Plans to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the National Council of jewish women will be discussed at the party. Mrs. Wurz Man is chairman of the 1973 Ball. Mrs. Daniel sacks is Vic chairman and mrs. Norman Cohen is advisor. Others on the steering com Mitt a include mrs. Michael Seigel mrs. Jerome Levitt a mrs. Jerry Goodman mrs. Harold Aron mrs. Herman Foster mrs. Martin Grossman mrs. David Weintraub mrs. Robert Epstein mrs. Theodore for your convenience the jewish Post amp opinion is on Sale at the following drug stores Schooner s pharmacy 5601 n. Illinois st Morgan s pharmacy 1433 w. 86th st. Dann mrs. Harold Weiss mrs. Marvin Weiner mrs. Nat Morgan mrs. Louis Fink mrs. Norman Liebschutz mrs. Nathan Nisenbaum mrs. Dixon Dann Quot mrs. Reuben Shevitz mrs. Charles Wunsch mrs. Harold Stadler mrs. Richard Jacobs and Council president mrs. Sigmund Brenner. Delegates attend Jarc session delegates from South Bend and Indianapolis played key roles in the recently completed plenary session of the National jewish Community relations advisory Council held in los Angeles. Isadore Rosenfeld South Bend chaired a workshop dealing with programming for soviet jewry and or. Peter Cahn Indianapolis Lead a round table discussion on affirmative action preferential treatment and quotas. Serving As consultants for discussions on that subject were South bends Bernard Natkow and Norman Sider of Indianapolis. Sider was also re elected to another term or. The no crack executive committee. Bouquet of week memo to Marer Flower shop 1622 North Meridian Street Send this week s bouquet to Edward Gabovitch 7, and was enthusiastically discussions to publish a working also highlighted by presentation. Endorsed by the More than 60 document so that All of the of awards As Jef honoured key help people Quot production of the children a services inc. Or. Board members who attended jewish communities can utilize leadership by reports from the Jef women a conference. Edward Gabovitch jewish that session. According to criticize discuss and perhaps outgoing president and the Herbert Brodsky and mrs. Community Center and Walter Gordon the seminars will be implement the data which federations executive vice David Kleiman won the coveted Wolf. Jr., Jho Overwood. A wide open and far emerges from this first Effort president and showing of the Lazure l. Goodman Young Philip Pecar was master of a we Are a he said a map to develop a statewide think much acclaimed a people who leadership awards. Ceremonies and meeting chair preaching these issues with no tank. Man. Strictly Kosher food was served to about 20 people upon request. Larner in his remarks lauded the jewish Community a a fund raising efforts which Rose from $380,000 in 1959. The f st year Frank Newman was executive director to More to an $1.5 million this year for federation agencies. A i cite this to demonstrate that we have developed new interest new participation new involvement a said . A and most important much of this interest and support is coming from Large numbers of people under 40.�?� he cited increased Harmony within jewish Community and the fact that despite differences of opinions the leaders in has matured to a Point where All segments keep focusing on the main tasks. In that vein he mentioned that the Israel Bond Campaign is now a a whole Community matter a that the Bond leaders Are a federation people As it should be and Are in the process of concluding their most successful drive in Larner thanked the hundreds of Volunteer workers in the Campaign the budgeting processes and those sitting on the various Agency boards and emphasized the a key to Success is the involvement of at the same time he said there Are still too Many who Are not a franchised members of the Community a we want to bring them All into the the outgoing president plugged for the federation continued on Back Page or. Edward Gabovitch has been chosen to receive the bouquet of the week for his continuing leadership and Volunteer services to the Community. Or. Gabovitch was recipient of a plaque on june 20 at the annual meeting of the jewish Community Center for his service to the Center As president for the past three years. He is now actively involved in the capital funds drive to provide better facilities for the jewish Community Center. He also serves on the Board of directors of the jewish welfare federation and Temple Beth Al Zedeck was on the continued on Back Page or. Edward Gabovitch advertising trainee Alert aggressive Salesman Type with own transportation to join our advertising staff. Experience not necessary but ambition is. We will train guaranteed salary and a Bright future. Full or part time. Call Gabriel Cohen 634-1307

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