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November 14, 1980 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS .

28 Friday, November 14, 1980

Mrs. Parzen to Lead Bonds Cash Collection

FIRESTONE

Mrs. Anne Parzen of
Southfield will lead a spe-
cial Israel Bonds Women's
Division effort to convert
unpaid Israel Bond corn-

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during High Holy Days ap-
peals, into cash forqsrael's
economic development pro-
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PRESENTS
ITS
WEEKEND CABARET CONCERTS



THE BRIO TRIO

Brian $chweickhardt, Clarinet
Marcy Chanteaux, Cello
Bernard Katz, Harpsichord

Sunday, Nov. 16
7:30 P.M.

The Concert, Candlelight, Dessert and Hot Beverage at $5.00

At The Temple

CABARET CONCERTS
Saturday, December 6th (11 P.M.): DETROIT SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA WOODWIND QUINTET

was made by Leah Snider,
Women's Division chair-
man.
Mrs. Parzen, a member of
the division's executive
board, is chairman of the
Metro Detroit Israel Bonds
Diamond Trustees Honor-
ary Society, established by
the National Women's Di-
vision to honor those women
who make Israel Bond pur-
chases of $10,000 or more in
a given year.
The High Holy Days Ap-
peal was held in the follow-
ing synagogues: Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses, Beth
Achim, Bnai David, Beth
Shalom, Bnai Zion, Beth
Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah,
Bnai Israel Beth Yehuda,
Dovid Ben Nuchim, Shorn-
rey Emunah, Shaarey
Shomayim, Young Israel of
Greenfield, Young Israel of
Oak-Woods and Young Is-
rael of Southfield.
Nationally, more than
1,000 Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform
Synagogues participated in
the special drive which
mobilized more than $40
million in Israel Bond sub-
scriptions.

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CONG. BETH SHALOM

Presents

Housing Program
Eases Problems
of U.S. Olim

NEW YORK — "Opera-
tion Turnkey," a new con-
cept in providing housing
for groups of American
Olim (immigrants) to Israel
was put into practice re-
cently, according to Charles
Weinberg, senior adviser at
the Jewish Agency.
The plan is based on the
idea of groups of American
Jews purchasing entire
apartment buildings di-
rectly from Israeli building
contractors, thus eliminat-
ing such problems as pur-
chasing land, hiring ar-
chitects, contractors and
other steps which new Olim
often encounter.
Available now, according
to Weinberg, are seven
major contracting firms
with the plans and land to
build almost 6,000 apart-
ments, half of them in the
Greater Jerusalem area.
The builders are in a posi-
tion to negotiate prices with
interested groups who wish
to buy.
Weinberg believes that
the turnkey program,
coupled with the recent an-
nouncement of Bank
Tefakhot that it will soon be
offering large U.S. dollar
mortgages to Americans
buying apartments in Is-
rael, will be a big boost to
American aliya.

DR. DOV PERETZ
ELKINS

Rabbi, Author, Educator, Book Critic, Human Re-
lations Trainer, Organizational Consultant

as Scholar-in-Residence

to speak on

"THE JEWISH FAMILY:



IS IT JEWISH? IS IT A FAMILY?"

8:30 p.m. Nov. 14 and 9 a.m. Nov. 15
at Beth Shalom
14601 Lincoln, Oak Park

Catered dairy luncheon to follow Shabat morning
services Nov. 15

$ 5 per persor, by reservation only

Reservation deadline for luncheon Nov. 12
For reservations, call Beth Shalom, 547-7970

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