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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - May 9, 1975, Indianapolis, Indiana25 a copt published weekly $12.50 per Learnt Indiana Jev-81� Post i Ophir v029v shalom. Trif you let the people know they. Today is Friday May 9, 1975 611 n. Park ave. Me 4-1307 la us 0ldpii2 h 11 i 5� Puj voz9 0. 33 week 0 activities planned to inaugurate new Center new and completely renovated facilities of the Indianapolis jewish Community Center will be officially dedicated at 2 . On sunday May 11. The ceremonies Mark the completion of a $1.4 million building Campaign spearheaded by the Indianapolis jewish welfare federation. A member Agency of both the federation and the United Way of greater Indianapolis the Center will be open to the Public for special activities and use during the dedication week May 11-18. New facilities include expanded physical education areas a an indoor 6-Lane swimming Pool health club auxiliary gymnasium additional handball courts a and a self contained Early childhood Wing enlarged meeting rooms and Kitchen improved arts and crafts room and youth and adult lounges. Although primarily a membership Agency the Center serves the Overall Community As Well cultural events exhibits and most educational programs Are open to All. Membership is open to the entire Community. Responsible for the dedication program Are Center president David Kleiman or. Edward Gabovitch a former president mrs. Stephen Bailie the professional staff headed by Julius Dorfman and Jerome Melman executive director and assistant director of the Center respectively and Frank Newman executive Vic president of the jewish welfare federation participating in the afternoon s program will be several local Community and religious leaders. Rabbi Murray Saltzman of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation will give the invocation. Center president Kleiman will Welcome those present and federation president Irwin Katz will also offer greetings. Also speaking will be Sidney Tuchman chairman of the building Campaign and Gerald Kraft chairman of the federation and Center building committee who will present the key to president Kleiman. Special recognition will be made to those who were instrumental in raising funds and for your convenience the jewish Post amp opinion is on Sale at the following drug stores Schoener s pharmacy 5601 n. Illinois st. Morgan pharmacy 1433 w. 86th st. West Lane pharmacy 7167 n. Michigan re. The various chairmen of coordinating committees who helped plan the facilities. Architects from the firm of Lennox Matthews Simmons and Ford inc. Will also be on hand. Rabbi Sidney Steiman from congregation Beth Al Zedeck will give the Benediction and rabbi Ronald Gray of congregation by Nai torah will affix the Mezuzah to the Entrance door. Following the ceremonies will be an open House at which time various major facilities will be individually dedicated. The building will then be open for use to members and nonmembers. A full schedule of events is planned through sunday May 18, with the exception of Friday May 16, and until 6 . Saturday May 17, when the building is closed for shavuot. On monday evening May 12, the new Junior High lounge will be open and physical education and other youth and children swing facilities will be available for special programming. The Golden age club will hold a luncheon on tuesday May 13, with entertainment from the musicians Union. A continuation of the centers film series will be held that evening. A i love you Rosa a a full length israeli film in hebrew with English subtitles will begin at 8 . A teen open House will be featured wednesday May 14. The federation of jewish youth organizations will dedicate its office and at 7 30 . Jyo members will stage a basketball game with the Center Board and staff. Julie Goldberg is president of Jyo. A child care panel discussion will also be held wednesday evening thursday May 15, will begin with a 9 15 . Brunch and installation of Acca women a service league officers see Story pm. 3 a special ladies Day open House will begin at 10 15 . With special activities including volleyball a Racquet Ball clinic and Hydro slim antics in the new indoor Pool. The Pool will be available for open swimming in the afternoon and the health club will be open Only to ladies that Day with a masseuse available. Reservations need to be made in Advance for Massage appointments. A Havdala service will be held saturday evening followed by an a evening of the two performances of a the world of Sholem Aleichem will be presented by a theater in the Woods cast at 7 30 and 9 . No fee will be charged but reservations should be made at the Center. See Story this Page during the evening there will also be an Art show and open House presented by 15 artists several of whom will be presenting one Man shows at i he Center during the coming year. A Champagne reception sponsored by the women a service league will also be available for those in attendance. See Story pm. 3 the concluding full Day of special activities will be sunday May 18, with several sports exhibitions featured. At 2 . Will be a diving exhibition by National Clown diving Champion Jim Stevens National sports director for aau and divers from the North Central High school diving team. Carol Wasserman and members of her staff from the school of self defense will put on an exhibition at 3 . Pike High schools boys gymnastics team and members of the girls gymnastics from Howe High school will provide entertainment at 4 . In the centers new gymnasium. Continued on Back Page the world of Tevya a the world of Sholem Aleichem will be presented by theater in the Woods at 7 30 and 9 . On saturday May 17, As part of the jewish Community Center s dedication week. Cast members pictured above include 1 to r Norm Sider. Don Leffel and Myron Kasle standing and seated Are Anita Schwab Jeff Weintraub and Miriam Satinsky. Other actors Are Freda Coleman Don Coleman Joel Ofengender and Sippi Melman. The production produced and directed by Daniel Kasle. Will be based on Aleichem a stories of Tevya a the Dairman a and will include music and dancing. The program is open to the Public at no charge but reservations should be made by calling the Center 251-9467 what about adult singles groups swing senile or by Teryl Daskal second of two parts a maybe in a unique but i still enjoy being with my married friends and they seem to enjoy being with me a said Marlene Posner. A maybe in a not a threat to them or there is no envy like in be heard about a i Haven to experienced it. A i feel cared about a great Deal by my married friends but no they done to introduce me to single men. Maybe they think i am self sufficient in that a Well it depends on the kind of friends you had a said Lila Zalkin when she was asked about retaining her married friends after divorce. A i think Many couples do Side step us. It s not that they ignore us so much As we do not fit in. A some married couples will include you a Lila continued a but your Only introductions will come through new friends in the same boat As questioned about their married friends some women said they were still friends and others said they were definitely dropped after their divorce a but everyone seemed to agree you cannot rely on married friends for introductions to single men. Singles groups seem to fill the Gap for some by providing a Chance to meet people with similar experiences people also looking for other single people. A the single jewish Community is very Large including those divorced and widowed Quot pointed out Jerry Silverman. A most people done to realize How Large we Are. The Indianapolis jewish singles group gives us an Opportunity to be among other similar jews. In a group like parents without partners you feel a i wish More people would try a singles group a said Marlene Posner who is a member of both is and pop. A they could be absolutely terrific if people were not so self conscious about being single. You have to go with a desire to meet people and not looking for a marriage a us is something to do to go to and to look Forward to a said another woman. A if it weren to for the group i could die Here in Indianapolis. In be met a lot of Nice people especially from out of town. I be been happier since i joined. For single people its been a wonderful the Indianapolis jewish singles group was organized about one year ago sponsored by Indianapolis hebrew congregation in response to requests. Is is no longer sponsored by any Community organization although it has had the loan of a mailing permit from inc and other institutions calling is a a Fine organization a rabbi Murray Saltzman explained that the Board at inc would have had to supervise is activities under its jurisdiction in order to continue sponsorship. A adults done to need supervision a he concluded. Is has 105 paid members continued on Back Page Mother s plea fails in Russia despite the Earnest efforts of their mothers which included a visit to Indianapolis recently see to May 2 the sons of Itta Nashpitz and Batya Tsitlenok Are enduring forced hard labor for five years in Russia. Mark and Boris had been arrested on feb. 24 in Russia for demonstrating for exit visas to Israel. Their mothers were in the United states trying to obtain a release for their sons whose Appeal in court came up last week. That Appeal was denied

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