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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Indianapolis, IndianaJea luncheon to Honor mrs. Jack Nelson sept. 25 b Nai torah sisterhood sets open Board meeting mrs. Jack Nelson past president will be honoured at the opening luncheon of the jewish educational auxiliary on monday sept. 25 at 11 30 . In the Domont auditorium 6711 Hoover Road. A a roses tireless efforts throughout the years on behalf of the jewish educational association and the auxiliary Are Well known to the Community and this will be the auxiliary a Way of showing its janitorial service Carmel maintenance service division Quality janitorial service at reasonable prices for office buildings and churches Etc. Clark Hyland president 846-2710 appreciation said mrs. Edwin s. Roger auxiliary president. Those planning the event titled a to Rose without whom Traub program chairman and her assistants mrs. Morris Bryan and mrs. Norman Lieb Schutz mrs. Michael Blain luncheon chairman and mrs. Harold Rappoport and mrs. Sidney Sakowitz opening and closing prayers. Among those attending As the auxiliary honors a one of its own will be the new director of the association Akiva Gerstein and association president n. William Weinstein. Advance reservations for the $2.75 luncheon will be required due to space limitations and May be made with mrs. Michael Maurer 255-7777 or mrs. Robert Yorke 251-7415. A baby Sitter will be available. Carib to hold opening meeting the Indianapolis chapter of children a asthma research Institute amp Hospital carib will hold its opening meeting on thursday sept. 28, at 12 30 Segal 8038 Claridge re. The dessert luncheon will Honor new and prospective members. Mrs. Edward Zuker Man will speak on her recent trip to Denver Colorado where she represented carib at the National convention. An informative film will be included in her presentation. Membership in carib is open to the entire Community. For further information Contact mrs. Robert Trattner at 2533762. Bouquet of week continued from preceding pm the parents of two children. Their daughter Florence is currently serving an apprenticeship in Fine cooking at the Columbia club and their son David is a freshman at the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh Wise. Rose Nelson is an outstanding Cook Baker and a gracious hostess who is always willing to open her Home for meetings. She is an avid golfer Bowler and devotee of All Spectator sports. Besides her staunch support of the . And its auxiliary Rose also is Active in the Beth i Zedeck sisterhood by Nai by Rith 16th evacuation Hospital overseas Hadassah National Council of jewish women Hoover Wood and is a contributing member of the Hospital ship Hope and the Indianapolis zoo. On monday sept. 25, the . Auxiliary will give a testimonial luncheon entitled a to Rose without whom. A at which time the auxiliary will Honor Rose Nelson for her continued support of the jewish educational association throughout the years. Our warmest wishes go to Rose Nelson for being chosen As this weeks recipient of the bouquet of the week. The gaily decorated Succoth will be the setting for the open Board meeting of the sisterhood of by Nai torah 6510 Hoover Road on wednesday sept. 27 at 12 30 . All members and guests Are cordially invited to fulfil the Mitzvah of sitting and partaking of food in the Succoth. For those who wish to say the blessings the Lulov and the Setrog will be available. The a Kat nov Katorah a the portion of the week from the torah will be Given. Center to sponsor 1972 sukkot walk continuing an annual tradition the jewish Community Center 6701 Hoover Road will sponsor its 1972 a sukkot walk on the first Day of sukkot saturday september 23. All those interested Are invited to meet at the Center at 2 . For a leisurely neighbourhood stroll visiting various sukkot in the area. Sukkot the feast of tabernacles was in ancient Days As now celebrated at the end of the Harvest season. A a sukkot a festively decorated huts lavishly Hung with fruits of the Harvest Are constructed As reminders of those in which ancestors lived during their biblical wanderings in the wilderness. The Holiday was originally designated As a festival of thanksgiving and retains a Joyful family oriented aspect. Among the sukkot to be visited Are those at the Homes of Cantor Edwin Epstein and rabbi Ronald Gray As Well As those at by Nai torah and Beth Al Zedeck congregations. The two hour walk which usually attracts strollers of All persuasions and Ages will culminate with Holiday refreshments at the centers own sukkot 6701 Hoover Road. If weather is inclement the walk will be postponed until the following Day. Upcoming exciting events will be planned and discussed and reports on projects now in Progress will be Given by the chairmen in charge. Mrs. Sheldon Friedman sisterhood president will chair the meeting. Hospitality chairman mrs. Abe Rambatz will be in charge of refreshments. This meeting will be on the third Day of Choi Hamoed sukkot of this Harvest festival week. Michael Jaeger joins Auto firm Michael Jaeger 7127 Grandview drive has been named assistant new car sales manager for Bud Wolf Chevrolet inc., 1045 Broad Ripple Avenue. Jaeger a leading Salesman with general motors dealers for four years is a member of the Indianapolis Jay Cees Indi Anapolis hebrew congregation and Temple brotherhood. He is married to Phyllis and has two daughters Leslie and Alexandria. Kaplan family from Detroit or. And mrs. Stephen Kaplan have recently moved to Indianapolis from Detroit Mich. They Are presently residing at 4725 Madison Avenue. Stephen Kaplan is a graduate of Michigan state University and is presently employed by the Community action against poverty serving As director of the West Indianapolis town Community organization. Witco. Mrs. Kaplan Susan attended Olivet College in Michigan and plans to work in the head Start program in conjunction with the National Council of jewish women starting this october. The Kaplan enjoy All kinds of sports. We Welcome Susan and Stephen Kaplan to Indianapolis and Hope that their stay Here is a Happy one. Me with Post opinion 11 n. Park ave. 34-1307 Bill Mumm my All 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 1066, 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 publicity must be to the office of the Indiana jewish poet and opinion by monday of the week of publication. No publicity can be taken Over the phone. Publicity photos must he 1b 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 mall not phone. Please enclose a recent Label from your copy of the paper showing your name and add Ess support the jewish United fund Billy Keller Gen Abbott a Dan Detro developers Mansfield Heights on 2300 acre Raccoon Lake i acre wooded lot for Sale $3,000 to $5,000 10% Down-7 years to pay no lot assessments zoned for Mobile Homes and houses. A Black top streets a adjacent to Golf course a boat mooring both sides of property. Highway 36 west�?60 minutes to Lake. 1 mile South on new state re. On East Side of Lake. Let Billy show you the project this saturday or sunday or Call collect 812 569-2191 for appointment with Billy mead0wbr00k 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 Len 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 dub room 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. Renta 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. 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 dryer accommodations. Club House and Pool facilities. Sauna Baths card rooms billiard rooms Etc. Most All apts. Have Large eating space in Kitchen amp sep. Dining rms. Models open daily one bedroom a Den two bedroom two bedroom a Den three bedroom s 500 thre bedroom a Den _ West 73rd st. 255-2494 1325 so. It. 1810 so. It. 1975 so. It. 2400 so. It. 2500 so. It. A include mrs. David Wein pm the Home of mrs. Milton
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