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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Indianapolis, Indiana2 the jewish Post and opinion Friday october 13, 1972 Beth Al men plan Tahoe night event teen scene by the staff the Beth Al Zedeck menus club of Beth Al Zedeck Temple 600 West 70th Street announce the second event of their exciting 1972-73 program. A Tahoe Tahoe night will be held in the Temple auditorium on sunday oct. 15 from 7 30 to 11 30 . Co chairman of Tahoe night by Calderon promises an evening to rival the excitement and Glamour of the famous Lake Tahoe resort. All the popular games will be offered under the experienced and famous supervision of the Certoma club. Winners will be Able to select expensive gifts from . Ayres amp co. And key gifts. Free refreshments. The event is open to the Public and everyone is invited to share this exciting evening. Admission tickets at $1 each Are available now from Beth Al menus club members or at the Temple office. Tickets at the door will be $1.50. Proceeds will go to Charity. Pupil s letters express continued from first Page very much with your she hoped that More non jews would realize the a grave injustices done to soviet jewry and that the . Government would a put More pressure on the soviet Polsky has been trying to emigrate for nearly four years. Melanie Lutz soviet jewry chairman for the Jyo told Vladimir Prestin that she is a very much aware of his plight and she asked him to Send her a letter in return. The 10 letters will be sent by registered mail. If the writers do not receive their receipts indicating delivery they will pursue the matter with the International postal authorities. Students from North Central Are you interested in becoming involved in bringing about change in our educational system if so come to the students for social change meetings at West Lane Junior High school at 7 30 . On thursday nights. Examples of a few of the improvements being discussed Are reducing the food prices and improving the Quality and variety of the food helping to make the student Council a More effective student voice and establishing alternatives to the present system of education lecture not taking test Cycle. A student lobby to the legislature is being organized the purpose being to represent students in a place where the anti smoking Laws and other Laws of that sort might be brought up and eventually repealed. The purpose of the . Is to unite parents teachers and students in an Effort to better our school. If you Are interested in any of the above projects come to the meetings. If you thanks for your generous response to our grand opening n fresh fruits vegetables Only the finest freshest produce is provided All country grown and at the lowest prices eat better for less when you choose from our Complete selection of produce and vegetables. Dick Hayes proprietor invites you to save with Choice beef for your family melt specials on. Potatoes a lettuce a eggs a apples chickens we raise Angus and Hereford beef cattle. These steers Are Grain fed and processed at exactly the right time to give you tender meat and the flavor your family deserves. We offer beef for 76 la. Hanging weight sold by the Side or split Side. Our Price includes processing Freezer wrapping Quick freezing and Home delivery. Frying have any ideas of your own Here is an Opportunity to voice them. Bring yourselves your parents your minds and especially your thoughts to West Lane at 7 30 . On thursdays. They want your help and support. Indianapolis group of Temple teens has been and will be very Busy. On sept. 23 and 24 they held an overnight at the Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Between 50 and 60 people participated. During the overnight there was israeli dancing movies and a breakfast the following morning. The next weekend sept. 29 through oct. 1, Temple teens held a Retreat at Union Camp Institute. Randy Selig was in charge of setting things up and the program. During the Retreat the participants split up into four groups to portray the different stages in a jewish persons life. The group portraying death won the Competition. They have also held a dinner meeting open to a 11 Temple teeters. In november indy Temple teens will Host the Indiana sub regional conclave. Pam Gold Wasser is in charge of this event. The cities which will be participating Are fort Wayne Lafayette Marion Kokomo Wabash Terre haute Richmond and Bloomington. Women s Council sets meetings meetings and workshops Are planned oct. 12 and 17 by the Indianapolis Section of the National Council of jewish women. The workshops a part of the organizations Community Volunteer training sessions will be held following coffees and meetings beginning at 9 30 . On the dates listed. The oct. 12 meeting which will feature mrs. Betsy Mcwilliams director of the Volunteer Bureau speaking on a whatever happened to lady Bountiful a at the Home of mrs. William Duchon 8176 round Hill drive. The oct. 17 meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Harvey Feigenbaum 232 Williams drive. For further information Call mrs. Robert Schloss 924-2888, or mrs. Charles Wunsch 2558520. For the weekend of oct. 6, 7 and 8, four Indianapolis girls went up to Gary for Gary a . Sweetheart dance. The dance was held on saturday night from 7 30 . Until Midnight. The four girls were Maya Hirsh Illania Lipsman. Debbie Reines and Julie Schwab. Their dates from Gary were Paul Abromson with Maya Jimmy Feldman with Illania Jeff Horwitz with Debbie and Rinnie Primack with Julie. On monday evening oct. 9. The soviet Ballet group again visited Indianapolis at Clowes Hall. The jewish Community relations Council also again sponsored a peaceful demonstration at this performance to protest treatment of soviet jews. Mike Herman Andrea Tobias Esther Bronicki Ivan crash Mitch Tuchman Melanie Lutz Jon Hodes Dick Stafford. Alan Nemes Nevin Young and a few others were the youths who participated in this protest representing the youth Community. This marked the end of soviet jewry awareness week but was in fact Only a beginning for soviet jewry programming planned by All the groups of the Community. Teen of the week Mel Mordoh is a Leader in the Indianapolis youth Community. He is also willing to speak out and let his opinion be heard even if Many disagree. Mel is Active in Temple teens the president of Swank and a very Active Delegate to the Board of f.j.y.o., and he also helped out with soviet jewry awareness a jewish pest a opinion 611 n. Park ave. 634-1307 Bill ban Nan Edito a communications involving editorial material should be addressed to 611 n. Park ave. Indianapolis 46204. A 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. A pubic Ltd must be in the office of the Indiana jewish Post and opinion by monday of the week of pub cation. No publicity can be taken Over the phone. Publicity photos must be in the office by Friday the week preceding publication. Publicity releases received by Friday the week preceding publication will be Given preference. Changes of address and other circulation problems Are handled by mall not phone. Please enclose a recent Label from your copy of the paper showing your name and address and Gausepohl ail. World travel present the listen to wire radio for our daily specials Wabash Valley farms country Corner 5822 n. 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