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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Indianapolis, IndianaThe jewish Post and opinion Friday july t4, 1972teen scene by the my staff on the air yme a it is a Good idea to keep a diary of your Bruce Tegner so Complete Book of karate a and that my friends is just what the yme staff tries to do with indy youth so the Entrance for Friday july 14, 1972, begins. Teen of the week Sara Krieger. Yep friends a a Chesty and they done to Call her that a cause she looks like a potato Chip is the Winner this week a cause and get this she has two jobs yep she a entertaining them at Cowboy bobs in Brownsburg and feeding them at the Pancake House on Keystone. Well Sara you wanted the publicity did no to you Donna Schuchman and Karen Benmour joined the countless others who registered for in for the fall last saturday. After they got Back they took Benny to see fiddler on the roof. Reformation is the name of the band. Quality courts Motel is the name of the place. The 2nd annual indy Byyo Beau sweetheart dance is the occasion. August 12 is the Date. Tonight tonight Baruch Hashem Nosy will hold their first monthly Oneg shabbat tonight. It la be at mrs. Fruchter so dig it fellas. Tomorrow night 43 and 246 big amp Aza respectively will hold a cookout. Afterwards big Dis respectively will hold a slumber party. Word is out Marcia Goodman big regional pres is Corning to town next week end. Tune in later for More news Szold group to phone jewish family in user the Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah will try telephoning the Indianapolis chapter of its moral support to a jewish family in the soviet Union next the ultimate in luxury living from 295 00 to. Includes Gas heating and water trash Masher double door Frost free refrigerator dishwasher self cleaning oven and Range disposal Washer and dr7er, accommodations. Club House and Pool facilities Sauna Baths card rooms billiard rooms Etc. Most All apts. Hove Large eating space in Kitchen amp sep. Dining rms. Models open daily one bedroom a Den two bedroom two bedroom a Den three bedroom As 500 has. Thre bedroom a Den _ West 73rd st. 255-2494 1325 so. It. 1810 so. It. 1575 so. It. 2400 so. It. 2500 so. It Meadowbrook 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 it 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. Week. The Call will be placed at 10 . Monday july 17 on the conference phone of William Schloss chairman emeritus of the Board of Indianapolis Morris plan from or. Schlosse 11th floor office in the Morris plan building 110 e. Washington st. Making the Call was the idea of mrs. Melvin Slavin Szold president who heard a tape of a similar Call at the Indiana Illinois Hadassah regional convention last May. The purpose of the Call is two fold to provide inspiration to soviet jews As they struggle to obtain exit permits and to learn what they Are in special need of that might be sent from the United states. Names of English speaking people in the soviet Union who wish to receive such Calls Are provided by the Telephone project of the soviet jewry committee of the Community Council of jewish organizations. At press time Hadassah did not know the name of the family to whom the organization would be placing its Call nor who would be doing the calling. But jewish Community Leader Mark hasten who Speaks fluent russian offered to be on hand in Case translation is required. Birth announced rabbi and mrs. William Lebeau of port Jefferson Long Island new York announce the birth of their fourth child a girl Joelle on May 3, 1972. Maternal grandparents Are rabbi and mrs. Benjamin Aronson of Indianapolis. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Leo Lebeau of Akron Ohio. Great Grandfather was the late rabbi Joseph Eisenman of Israel. A it jewish pos a Pinion 11 n. Park ave., 634-1307 Bill Bennett a communications editorial material should be dressed 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 mailing 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 will be Given preference. Changes of address and other circulation problems Are handled by mail not phone. Please enclose a recent Label from your copy of the paper showing your name and address. Two radio programs produced by the american jewish committee Are now heard sunday nights on wisc according to Max klezmer chairman of the broadcasting committee of the jewish Community relations Council. A Washington scene a at 9 05 ., presents conversations with nationally known per a o n a i i t i e s discussing such subjects As Urban affairs and inter group relations. Hyman Bookbinder director of the acc Washington office conducts the interview. A jewish viewpoint a at 11 30 ., explores subjects of concern to Young people. Steven Windmueller of the acc moderates the 15-Mmute program. A third acc series a dialogue a is carried by Wati on sunday mornings at 6 40. The three programs were placed locally by the Jarc. Two Christian ministers will present their impressions of Israel on a a jewish perspective to be seen this sunday at 11 . On wish to Channel 8. The Rev Donald Bateman superintendent of the Wabash conference of the free methodist Church and Rev. Alvin Shackleford editor of the Indiana Baptist published by the Southern Baptist Church will illustrate their discussions with slides taken during their visits to Israel Bateman travelled to Israel to participate in last years world conference pm prophecy while Shackleford was part of a Mission for journalists sponsored by israelis ministry for tourism earlier this year. Milton Bohard will Host the program which is produced biweekly by the jewish Community relations Council. Hoover Wood Tours children s museum residents of Hoover Wood and members of the Hoover Wood Board of trustees helped prove that the children a museum is for people of All Ages at a special Coffee and museum tour wednesday morning july 12. Members of the children a museum Guild were hostesses for the Coffee in the office of the museum director mrs. Mildred s. Compton and were tour guides for an individualized look at the museum. About 16 Hoover Wood residents and an equal number of Hoover Wood trustees attended the 10 30 . Event a first for the children a museum. Women s 0rt plans picnic the Indianapolis women sort will hold a family picnic beginning at 2 At Forest Park in Noblesville. Reservations May be made by calling Serna sapper 251-9644 or fran Shiffman 293-7314. New new new Tel Aviv Kosher bakery of Chicago Kosher Parave breads cakes pastry also sugar free cakes Rolls muffins party tray sympathy trays amp fruit baskets. Call ski for personal service. 255-6800 in a cafe Fuff two Sta any. Serm Vecty &n.-8ju� editor involving and . Pm s. Meridian
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