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Joyce Kaye to Wed Israel Facilitates Annette Miller Weds
PeterMun yes ofN. Y Tourist Activity Floyd A. Rappaport

MISS JOYCE KAYE

Announcement has been
made of the engagement of
Joyce Kaye, daughter of the
late Benjamin Kaye and Mrs.
Florence Kaye, 18400 Fairfield,
to R. Peter Munves, son of Mr.
land Mrs. A. A. Munves of New
York.
A graduate of the University
of Michigan, Miss Kaye is work-
ing towards a master's degree
in English at Columbia Univer-
Sity.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of Syracuse University
and is presently the product
manager of Columbia Master-
works; An August wedding is
planned.

Factor Gives Israel
$3 Million for Youth

LOS ANGELES, (JTA) —
John Factor, Los Angeles phil-
anthropist, has announced a gift
of $750,000 from the John and
Rella Factor Foundation for
a youth _center in Israel.
The Israel government will
decide in what manner to use
the funds. Factor included
among the possibilities a boys'
republic, a trade school, an ac-
tivities center or a variation of
any of these, depending upon
what Israel officials regard as
the most urgent need.
The Factor family, through
the Foundation, has made con-
tributions totalling more than
$3,000,000 during the past three
years. Factor is president of
Temple Israel here.

Effective immediately, visi-
tors to Israel will no longer be
required to declare the amount
of foreign currency brought by
them to Israel.
This action, approved by the
Israel Knesset, is an additional
step towards facilitating tourist
movement to and in Israel, and
is in line with the declared pol-
icy of the International Union
of Official Travel Organiza-
tions, requesting all member
countries to eliminate as many
formalities- as possible.
Also, the amount of currency
visitors leaving Israel will be
permitted to re-exchange has
been increased to $200. Prev-
iously, tourists could only re-
convert up to $100 upon their
departure.
For the first six months of
this year, 56,173 persons visited
I s r a e 1, according to official
sources in Jerusalem, thus indi-
c2ting that the anticipated goal
4-1t 100,000 tourists for 196'0 will
be exceeded.

Agadir Quake Victims
Get Sewing Machines

Fifty used reconditioned sew-
ing machines have been con-
tributed to Jewish victims of
the Agadir earthquake in
Morocco by the Technico
Foundation, a volunteer group
of young people in the New
England area. The gift was
made through the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, it was an-
nounced by Moses A. Leavitt,
JDC executive vice-chairman.
The sewing machines, collect-
ed in Rhode Island, Connecti-
cut, Massachusetts, New York,
New Jersey and other states,
were put into working condi-
tion by members of the Teal-
nico Foundation. Under the
leadership of Robert Morrow,
of Warwick, R.I., the group has
made similar contributions to
the American Friends Service
Committee, to a number of
Catholic welfare organizations
and to CARE.
Following the Agadir disas-
ter, hundreds of Jewish sur-
vivors were given emergency
relief by the JDC. The surviv-
ors are now being sheltered in
Casablanca and other Moroccan
cities, and many are still receiv-
ing JDC assistance.

g3i.rth Announcements

July 17—To Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Handler (Bernie Frank-
el), 20157 Cheyenne, a daugh-
ter, Carolyn Eve.
* * *
July 16 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bortman (Marcia Vic-
tor), 19130 Votrobeck Dr., a
daughter, Elisa Anne.
* * *
July 12 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Immer (Joyce Mogel),
23101 Kenosha, Oak Park, a
daughter, Judith Ann.

July 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
George Schwartz- (Rosalie Abra-
movitz), 21341 Kipling, Oak
Park, a son, Alan Jay.
* * *
July 12 — To Dr. and Mrs.
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Gerald Ginter (Judith Kara-
sick), 19957 Lathers, Livonia,
a daughter, Elisa Lynn.
* * *
July 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Al Stein (Ida Cantor), 20485
Carol, a daughter, Lynda Beth.
*
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July 8—To Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Roth (Rose Yaffe of
Winnipeg, Can.), 24290 Condon,
Oak Park, a son, Kenneth Alan.
* * *
July 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Leland (Myrle Farber)
of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, a
daughter, Ilyse Andrea.
*
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July 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Rosner (Sarah Kolin), 23 Elm-
hurst, a son, Arthur Jeffrey.
* * *
July 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Parr (Siena Kogan) of
Votrobeck Ct., a daughter, Sh.el-
lie Beth.

* *

June 29—To Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Willens (Harriet Sinclair),
former Detroiters and now of
10 Myrtle St., West Newton,
Mass., a daughter, Beth Rose.
* * *
June 27 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Victor (Linda Palmer),
14070 Greenbriar, Oak Park, a
daughter, Susan Beth.

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MRS. FLOYD RAPPAPORT

Annette Roslyn Miller became
the bride of Floyd Alan Rappa-
port on June 26 in a double
ring ceremony at Adas Shalom
Synagogue.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, Rabbi
Samuel Stollman of Windsor, a
cousin of the bride, and Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. David J. Miller of
Cherrylawn Ave: and Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Rappaport of Park-
side Ave.
The bride wore a traditional
gown of antique ivory satin,
fashioned with a round neck-
line, three-quarter sleeves and
chapel-length train. The bodice,
sleeves and skirt panels were of
re-embroidered appliqued Alen-
con lace studded with tiny seed
pearls.
A tiered silk illusion, finger-
tip veil was held in place by a
duchess crown of seed pearls.
The bride's Confirmation Bible
was covered with a cascade of
white orchids.
Mrs. James Bittker attended
her sister as matron of honor.
Donna Rappaport, sister of the
bridegroom, and Sharon Sos-
nick, his cousin, served as
bridesmaids. Wendy Sue and
Cindy Beth Bittker, nieces of
the bride, were flower girls.
Stuart Rappaport was his
brother's best man. Ushers were
Dr. James Bittker, brother-in-
law of the bride, and Donald
Rappaport, brother of the bride-
groom. Seating the guests were
Milton Sosnick and David Bab-
ich.
The couple departed for a
west coast and Mexico honey-
moon. Upon their return, he
will begin practice of law and
she will continue to teach at the
Lamphere School in Madison
Heights.

JWV Activities

Some 200 patients were treat-.
ed to a barbecue picnic at the
Battle Creek Veterans Hospital
recently by the Sgt. MORTON
A. SILVERMAN POST and
AUXILIARY. Members baked
and entertained for the event.
Contributions from several
clothing drives were distributed
among the patients.
* * *
The LT. ROY F. GREEN
AUXILIARY will hold a games
party 9 p.m. Tuesday at the
JWV Memorial Home, 4095 W.
Davison, to help raise funds to
carry on its hospital work and
child welfare program. Refresh-
ments and prizes are featured,
according to Vice President
Mrs. Carl Zide, in charge of the
event. Tickets will be available
at the door.
* * *
The Lt. ELI LEVIN AUXILI-
ARY will meet Aug. 23 at the
JWV Memorial H o in e. The
group will visit Dearborn Hos-
pital on Aug. 4, it was also
announced by Frieda Shiffman,
chairman of the hospital com-
mittee which includes Ida Kush-
ner, Jeanne Polansky, Louba
Lupiloff and Sarah Feldman.

. TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV.
Feature: "Music from the
Jewish Liturgy," part 2, will
again feature Jason Tickton,
professor of music at Wayne
State University and music di-
rector of Temple Beth El, and
John Redfield, concert baritone
and cantorial soloist at Temple
Beth El.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Dr. Victor A. Rap-
port, dean of Wayne State
University's College of Liberal
Arts, Dr. Harold A. Basilius,
director of the WSU Press, and
Dr. Leonard W. Moss, professor
of sociology at WSU, will dis-
cuss "The Jew in American
Society."
* * *
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Activities of the
Community Relations Commit-
tee will be discussed by Louis
Rosenzweig, chairman and
Council vice-president.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi E d w a r d,
Zerin, of Cong. Bnai Jeshurun,
of Des Moines, Ia., will speak
on "Digging into the Bible."
* * *

WORDS WE LIVE BY

Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Psalms as
Great Human Documents," the
seventh in a summer series of
14 dialogues on the Book of
Psalms, will be discussed by
Mark Van Doren, critic and
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, and
Maurice Samuel, noted author
and lecturer.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Exca-
vations by an American archae-
ological team on the site of the
Biblical city of Bethel have un-
earthed significant Canaanite
findings dating back to 1,700
B.C.E., it was reported from
Amman.

Ending of the diggings by a
team headed .by Dr. James L.
Kelso. of the Pittsburgh-Xenia
Theological Seminary was an-
nounced by Dr. Awni Dajani,
Jordanian Director of Antiqui-
ties. Dr. Kelso said that the ex-
pedition had found a huge wall,
more than nine feet high, which
was probably part of a Canaan-
ite temple.

A water gate was found about
ten feet in height, Dr. Kelso
disclosed. He said above it were
walls believed to have been
built by the troops of Joshua
who, according - to the Biblical
account, led the Israelites in the
conquest of Canaan. The exca-
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