THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Gaines-Keep Wedding Marla Showe to Marry
to Take Place Aug. 14 Michael Rubin in April Paula Marks Betrothed 7
-ry Ka i t
Friday, July 29, 1966-33
Jewish Charities Raises
$3,472,000 in Baltimore
Combined Campaign of the Asso-
ciated Jewish Charities and Wel-
fare Fund will close with an esti-
mated $3,472,000 for an increase
of 7.5 per cent over last year, ac-
cording to Irving Blum, general
chairman. This will represent a
gain of approximately $241,000
over tfe 1965 campaign total of
care facilities for the sick
and aged, medical consul-
tation and nursing super-
vision around the clock,
special therapy and spec-
COOLIDGE AT 9 MI.
MISS SHARON GAINES
Mrs. Philip Gaines of Plainview
Rd. announces the engagement of
her daughter Sharon Gail to
Ronald Barry Keep, on of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Keep of Northlawn
Miss Gaines, daughter of the late
Mr. Gaines, is a graduate of the
University of Michigan, where she
was affiliated with Phi Sigma
Sigma Sorority. Her fiance is a
graduate of Eastern Michigan Uni-
An Aug. 14 wedding is planned.
MISS MARLA SHOWE
Mr. and Mrs. Noah M. Showe,
24211 Beverly, Oak Park announce
the engagement of their daughter
Marla Beth. to Michael Rubin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Soloman D. Rubin,
Miss Showe attended Michigan
State University. Her fiance is a
pre-medical student at Wayne
The couple plans an April 2
State Fair Manager
Walter Goodman Sees
Gains Under Authority
In this world he who is a dog
A report by State Fair General
can become a lion, and he who is
a lion can become a dog.—Ruth Manager Walter A. Goodman
reveals an outstanding record of
ing the past four
years, which has
ranked the Mich-
igan State Fair
* * LAST
among the three
)foremost in the
* TO SAVE
* * UP TO 50% !
the annual State
Goodman Fair for the four
4( years has yielded a return totaling
* MORREY'S JULY SALE 4' 4( $555,297.94. The 1963 return of
* * POSITIVELY ENDS
4( $170,542.47 was the highest in the
* *I agency's 117-year history. Last
* year's $149,821.51 was the second
* highest. Attendance of the fair
4( 4( hit a million for the first time
1962, the first year of the State
* * in
Fair authority, and has stayed
above the million mark each suc-
4( * ceeding year. The 1965 total of
4c 1,090,206 was an all-time record.
MISS PAULA MARKS
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Marks,
19364 Monica, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Paula
Ann to Melvyn Barry Kalt, son of
Mrs. Charles Kalt, 22346 Green-
view, Southfield, and the late Mr.
Miss Marks attends Wayne State
University. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of the University of Michigan
and presently is working on a doc-
torate degree at Wayne.
Bonn Urged : No Delays
in Paying Idemnification
BONN (JTA) — Dr. Nahum
Goldmann conferred here with
Finance Minister Rolf Dahlgruen
and explained to him the need to
end further delay in payments of
indemnification to victims of Naz-
The West German government
announced last year it was defer-
ring in 1966 and 1967 payments
from a special hardship fund for
certain classes of victims of Naz-
ism for budgetary reasons.
Dr. Dahlgruen promised to do
all in his power to avoid unneces-
sary delay, Dr. Goldmann said.
However the Bonn minister said
he did riot know himself the exact
budgetary situation and would not
be able to give Dr. Goldmann fur-
ther details until September.
Dr. Goldmann told the press that
Dr. Eugen Gerstenmaier, president
of the Bundestag, the West German
parliamentary lower house, would
Morris Watnick * Polish Jewish Community join him in a discussion, at the
plenary of the World Jewish Con-
: Fine Jewelry and
Marks Its Millenium
gress in Brussels, on German-Jew
X: * Jewish youth was held in Cracow ish relations.
* to mark the millenium of the Jew- Detroit's Travelers Aid
, 4 * , ish community in Poland which Leads the World in Care
coincides with the millenium of
Detroit leads the world in caring
-* the Polish state.
for travelers with problems, ac-
the significance of the anniver- cording to a report just released
4( * sary, a pilgrimage to the ancient by the Travelers Aid Society.
The society is an international
Rama synagogue, a visit to the
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* Nazis, as well as a number of counseling and relief for transients
Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.
and protective service for children,
***********************4 social events.
the elderly and handicapped who
David L. Gamble, president of
the local society, a Torch Drive
service, said that 65,000 persons in
SERVING DETROIT FOR 38 YEARS WITH THE
travel emergencies were given
help here during the past year.
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Young U. S. Jews Back
From Service in Israel
NEW YORK (JTA)—Thirty-five
young people who have spent a
year in Israel serving in kibbut-
zim and immigrant settlements of
Oriental Jews will return to the
United States this week.
They are part of a group of
more than 100 young people, most
of them recent college graduates,
who went to Israel a year ago to
work as teachers, social workers
and medical technicians in the new
settlements and as laborers and
teachers in the communal settle-
ments. All paid their own airplane
fares to and from Israel and lived
on subsistence allowances provid-
ed while there.
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