Weddings, Bar Mitzvos etc.
3 Luxury Apartments
for Retirees to Be Built
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — A pro-
posal to erect three new luxury
buildings for retired Americans
has been approved by the Israel
Ministry of Tourism. The build-
ings will be located in Haifa, Nat-
anya and Kfar Saba.
Their estimated cost is 20,000,000
pounds (5,500,000 dollars) to be
financed by private investors. The
decision to go ahead with these
plans reflects the increasingly
larger demand for accommoda-
tions by American Jews who desire
to retire in Israel.
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Featuring Television Personality, Singer Vickie Carroll
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ment of his series of films on will be • welcome at no charge.
Israel will be shown and narrated
by Herbert Munce at a
social meeting of the Chaim Weiz-
mann Society at its new_quarters,
the Oak- Park Community Center,
Joshua Joyrich, cultural chair-
man, will read a short story, "The
Air of Eretz Israel," from the
"Selected Stories" of Bernard
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Julius Chajes, who will direct
the Jewish Center Symphony Or-
chestra in its opening concert 3
p.m. Oct. 11, eyes the score, with
the newly named co-chairman of
the • Friends of the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra Women's Com-
mittee, Mrs. Bertram Spiwak.
Looking ea is Mrs. Arnold Axel-
rod, chairman of the Women's
Committee. -Mrs. Spiwak, a na-
tive of Cleveland, is a graduate
of Western Reserve University.
She is a musician and the mother
of five children. Milton J. Miller
is president of the Friends of the
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Monday and Thursday
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
10 am. to 5:30 p.m.
Sunday—Noon to 5:30 p.m.
Senators Support .
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WASHINGTON — Sen. Charles
H. Percy introduced , with
Sen. Harrison Williams
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an amendment to the Export-Im-
port Bank bill to permit the bank
to extend loans, guarantees, in-
surance -and credit to Israel for
the purchase of defense articles
Under existing regulations, the
bank is unable to proiide such
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assistance to Israel, which is cate-
gorized 55 a "less economically
"The _ Williams - Percy amend-
ment," Percy said, "will give
Israel the long-term, easy credit
she needs to purchase military
equipment vital for her defense."
Percy pointed out that the bank
now provides such assistance to
Italy, Australia and Spain, and •
considers 18 other nations includ-
ing Liechtenstein, Luxembourg,
San Marino and Monaco. eligible.
"It seems to me," Percy said,
"that what is good for Italy, whose
borders are not threatened, should
be good for Israel. It seems to me
that what is good for Australia,
which is not endangered by hostile
adversaries, should be good for
Israel. And it seems to me that
if San Marino, Liechtenstein, Lux- m
embourg and Monaco are eligible
for such credits and guarantees,
Israel's need must be considered
at least as great as theirs."
The Senator from Illinois said
he believed that loans "to sustain
the independence of Israel, the
security' of her people, the integrity
of democrat.), In the Middle East,
and to maintain a balance of
power essential to peace," serve
the interests of the United States.
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