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December 23, 1960 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-23

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WSU Senior Cops

Top Photography Prize
in National Contest

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Illistadrut Announces Project to Establish Brown-Bisgeier
Shrine for 6 Million Jews Who Perished Troth Announced

Histadrut will inaugurate a
new project which will parallel
its 1961 campaign to begin Jan.
18 in the Schaver Auditorium
of the Hayim Greenberg Center,
it was announced by Morris
Lieberman, general chairman of
the drive.
The project calls for the estab-
lishment of an 'international 'mu-
seum in Kubutz Lochamei Haget-
taot, Israel, which will serve as
a shrine to the memory of the
six million Jews who perished
under thd Hitler regime.
The new venture was proposed
at last week's meeting of Hista-
drut's Organizations Division
here by Israel, Stolarsky, asso-
ciate national executive director
of the Histadrut campaign.
In accepting the proposal, De-
troit now becomes the fifth city
to help the kibbutz citizens, for-
mer heroes of the Warsaw'Ghetto
uprising, to make the plan a
reality.
Named , to head the expediting
committee for the project were
Nathan Rose, chairman; and
Nathan Samet and Sol Selman,
co-chairmen.
Rose advises that in the next
several weeks every landsman-
shaft organization and society
will be requested to implement
the decision by a canvass of
their respective memberships.
He said:
"Under the plan, each society
will be called upon to perpetuate
the name of the European town

from which it emanates as well
as the name of its organization
with the inclusion of a page in a
special memorial book or the
mounting of a bronze tablet in a
memorial room in the museum.
"In addition, an opportunity
will be provided for individuals
to inscribe the names of relatives

Green-Remer Rites -
Set for March 25

and friends who were victims of
the holocaust."
Members of , the expediting
committee are Sam Bassin, Jacob
Brody, Israel Burnstein, I. Bur-
stein, Louis Cohan, A. Fox, H.
Friedman, Morris Goldsmith,
Alex Gottlieb, Ben Halpern,
Joshua Joyrich, Philip Levine,
Jack Lipowicz, Hy Lipsitz, Copel
Loberman, M. Neiman, Sam
Pelavin, Meier Rosenthal, Solo-
mon Rubin, Nathan Standler
and David Teitlebaum.

Yeshiva 'V Friends
Set Conference Based
on Dr. Belkin's Book

MISS JACQUELINE GREEN

Mr. and Mrs. Bertram M.
Green of Monica Ave. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Jacqueline, to Earl M.
Remer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Renner of Wildwood
Ave., Oak Park.
bride-elect is a graduate
Credit Manufacturers of The
Wayne State University. Her
fiance attended the University
Life with Insurance
of Michigan and is a graduate
Pioneering in Israel of the Wayne State University
Manufacturers Life Insurance Law School. A March 26 wed-
Co. today is the biggest single ding is planned.
holder of Government securi-
ties in Israel, having been also
the first insurance company to
invest in the Israeli Govern-
ment War Loan, according to
M. Sternberg who disclosed the
Pisgah Lodge and chapter of
information on a recent visit to
Bnai
Brith broke its own rec-
Toronto.
ord by subscribing for $40,000
Manager of the insurance in Israel Bonds at its Hanukah
company's entire Israel Office, Israel Festival Monday night at
Sternberg said all investments the Hayim Greenberg Center.
of Israeli policyholder funds
For" the first time in its 103
are either in government secur- years
of existence, Pisgah also
ities or in loans to local enter- inaugurated
an annual award.
. prises approved by the Israel Tom
Borman, president of Food
Government.
Fair Markets, and honorary
Manufacturers Life, he said, chairman of the Detroit Israel
does not operate any offices in Bond Campaign, was the first
Arab countries.
recipient of the award "for his
Sternberg joined Manufactur- services to his community and
ers Life in 1937 and became his people." Borman is a mem-
manager of its Israel Office in ber of Pisgah Lodge.
1951. The company, which has
Borman was cited for fi-
offices in Tel Aviv, Haifa and nancing the Borman series of
Jerusalem, has more than $16 lectures at Wayne State Uni-
million of business in force in versity, for his gifts to , the
Israel, covering all areas of in-
surance needs.
Manufacturers Life - is cred-
ited with introducing lower
rate group term insurance in
the country and pioneering
modern business insurance
there.
Israel is the site of but one
Dec. 12 — To Dr. and Mrs.
of 96 Manufacturers Life
ein (Corinne Dorb),
branches in 20 countries
lk, •a son, Irwin
throughout the world.
For information of the co
pany's activities here. or abr
Mr. and Mrs.
contact Bernard H. Winer, D
Sara Zimmer-
troit representative, KE 8-14
irfax, a son,

Detroit Friends of Yeshiva
University will sponsor a Confer-
ence on Contemporary Jewish
Thought, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Jan. 29 at Beth Abraham Syna-
gogue, W. Seven Mile Rd. at
Greenlawn. Theme of the con-
ference will be "In His Image,"
based upon the title of a book
to be published by Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president of the Univer-
sity.
Guest speaker at the luncheon
session will be Dr. Bernard
Lander, director of the Bernard
Revel graduate school at the
University, who will discuss the
relevance of Dr. Belkin's philo-
sophic approach to contemporary
Jewish thought.
Workshop sessions for partici-
pating synagogue delegations will
include youth programming,
men's club and sisterhood pro-
gramming, administrative and
budgeting problems and mem-
bership campaigning.
Conference chairman will be
Rabbi Hayim Donin, spiritual
leader of Cong. Bnai David,
Southfield.

Pisgah Buys $40,000 in Israel
Bonds; Pays Tribute to Bo



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fare of all men." •
The presentation was made
by Alexander Gersuk and Mey-
er Leib, both past presidents of
Pisgah.
Irwin I. Cohn, former chair-
man of the Detroit Allied Jew
ish Campaign and of the D
troit Israel Bond Campai
presented scrolls, on behalf
Israel Bonds, to Elias Gol
berg and Gersuk, Israel Bon
co-chairmen for the lodge; and
Milt Weinstein and Alfred H.
Bunin, both past presidents of
the chapter. About 500_men and
women participated in the Han-
ukah Israel Festival.

Ner Tamid Scout Award
Goes to -David Smith
David Smith, son of
Mrs. Philip Smith of
Ner
will receive the Bo
services
Tamid award at s
the United
to be conducted
To Mr. and Mrs. Synagogue Yo
of Cong, Beth
ttman (Phyllis A. Shalom, • 146 '
Linc
29 Oriole, Livonia, a Park, at 8:3 .m. tod
icia Pam.
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recipient th
tion's fir
Mr. and Mrs. scouting and given
a gn -
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ulfill-
e suedes
Meyers, a son, ment of
ndards wh include
basic an •tailed knowledg
• n,
ewis
Hebrew a
Mr. and Mrs. history and
affairs.
Muirland Ave., Rabbi Mordecai S. Halpern,
Dean.
spiritual leader, was adviser for
4:
4:
the achievement award. Scout
Mrs. Norman M. chairman is Alfred Klunover.
uth Chodoroff), a
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Allen Stross, Wayne State
University senior in journalism,
received a first place award for
photography at the Sigma Delta
Chi journalism fraternity con-
vention in New York recently.
Stross placed- first in the
scenic photographs category in
national competition among
SDX entries at the 51st conven-
tion at the Biltmore Hotel. He
attended as the Wayne State
chapter delegate.

AUSTIN A. KANTER, C.L.U.,
vice president of the Detroit
Life Underwriters Association,
has been appointed general
agent of a new agency at 10111
W. McNichols for National Life
Insurance Co. of Vermont, ef-
ective Jan. 1.

MISS DOROTHY BRO N

ro
Mr. and Mrs.
of Warrington
. announce th
their daughter,
engagement
• ert
Dorothy
er, to Dr.
d r
Bisgeier on
Philip isgeie
City.
D
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d gradu-
ver
a University,
ate
An
rch wedding is
planne

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