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July 07, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-07

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William B. Isenberg, Prominent
Accountant, Community, Zionist
Leader, Dies on Visit in Boston

Plant Forest in Israel
for Cleric, A Witness
Against Eichmann

FRANKFURT, (JTA) — A
group of non-Jewish victims of
Nazi persecution announces the
establishme
plantii
orest in
in
he:
of Dr. Hein
Gruber,
Protestant bishop who re-
cently testified for the prosecu-
tion in the Jer alem trial of
Adolf Eichma
The for
Jerusalem,
tier's '70 hic
-celebra
t wee
d.
Rev.
her is credited with
saving the lives of thousands
Nazi victims until his a
y
the Gestapo dui'
econd
World W

William B. Isenberg, nation- was the senior partner of the
ally prominent public accountant firm of Isenberg, Newman and
and a leader in local Zionist Steinberger.
and Jewish affairs, died sud - A former president of the
denly early Wednesday morn - ist Organization of Detr
ing, at the home of his daugh- took a deep interest •
any
ter, Mrs. Thomas L. (Judith) movements related to
el and
Easton, in Newton, Mass., where in: many _local com
al • and
he and Mrs. Isenberg had been congregational matt
He was
visiting. his late residence was a former officer of mple Beth
at 681 Whitmore.
El and its Men's b and was
Funeral services will be held a member of the mple Beth
at 11:30 this morning at Temple El Cemetery Board. e served as
Beth El. Rabbis Harold D. Hahn treasurer of the De, it Chapter
and Morris Adler will officiate. of the American J- Com-
Surviving him are his wife, mittee and was one of
Layetta B. Isenberg, nationally ter members of the Detroit Israel New BBVS Publications
prominent as a Hadassah leader, Bond Organization's executive
Dr. Maurice Jacobs, chairman
to whom he was married on Nov. committee.
of
the BBVS Commission, has
20, 1920; another daughter, Mrs.
He was a past president of the
Edward E. (Ethel) Levine; a Michigan Association of C.P.A.'s, recently announced that "Career
son, Bernard- R., an associate of a member of the American In- as a Cantor," "Careers in the
the public accountancy firm that stitute of Certified Public Ac- Rabbinate," and "Careers in
was headed by his father; seven countants and a past national Synagogue and Temple Admin-
grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. president of Phi Sigma Delta istration" are the latest revisions
in the BBVS occupational brief
Charles D. Gilbert, of Chicago. Fraternity.
series.
Born in New York City, April
5, 1894, Isenberg received his
The career briefs summarize
B. S. degree at New York Uni- Offensive TV Script
the economic and' sociological
versity in 1914. He was a Certi- Deleted after Board
aspects of these professions.
fied Public, Accountant in Michi-
The newly revised career
gan and New York States. He of Rabbis Protests •
briefs are under the editorship
The
New
York
Board
of
was in continuous practice as a
of Dr. S. Norman Feingold, na-
CPA in Michigan since 1920 and Rabbis, with extensive radio tional director of BBVS.
and television programs on he
Copies of the occupational
major networks, w
German Police Probe convince a major
ision net- b 's may f be obtained at 35c
work to delet
ogram of eac rom the Bnai Brith Voca-
Revival of Banned
a series of
Service, 1640 Rhode
at was deemed, tiona
by revie
Nazi Student Group
, to be • offensive. Islan Ave., N.W., Washington
The
program, "Lawless 6 D.
BONN, (JTA) — The Federal
Years
as
listed
s-
Police for the Protection of the
as a fiv
dra
Constitution has received infor- pape
AKER'S
elte
ing "A Ra
St 1-
CLOTHING
mation that the banned neo-Nazi Cori
for
de
Who
Tur
'
Union of Nationalist StudentS is
and
the
d
trying to organize new extremist Af meetings
of bbis TV authorit . greed
Almost Everything in Wear-
student groups.
ing Apparel from Size 40
ch a progr
ould not
The Union of German Students tha
Extra Long to 66 Stout.
deemed "too
Association said that the police be t
1535:U1=012 .5a4
rough."
organization was planning to sur-
vey the activities of the banned
student organization and possible
successor youth organizations in
West Germany.
The group was banned during
the past year at seven institutions
of higher learning on charges of
having a subversive program and
of engaging in anti-Semitic and
anti-democratic activities. Its
periodical, "Student Im Volk,"
was recently succeeded by a new
publication, "Deutsch Studenten
Anzeiger" which is published in
Munich. Peter Dehoust, former
edit& of "Student Im Volk,'?- has
guaranteed a circulation of 10,000
for the new publication. The
banned student group had a
membership of 600 plus an addi-
tional 400 supporters in various
university organizations.

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LS, (JTA)—A speed-
overnment action on allo-
cati
and disbursement of
$2 00,000 which Belgium
to
re ve from est Germ
in

rations, par of whi
g to Jewish i
• secution, wa requ:
•y a
egation of Jewis
leaders
• e this wee
treaty set ing major post-
issues be een West Ger-
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p iding for the payment t
e
N
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de
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loss
ustained • victims of
Nazis
• d this week by
the West German Parliament.
The agreement was signed in
The Hague last year.

Mexico Dedicates First
Conservative . Temple

MEXICO CITY, (JTA)---Mex-
ico's first Conservative house of
worship, Temple Beth El, was
dedicated last weekend. The first
Sabbath Eve service was conduct-
ed by Rabbi Carol Klein, who
came here especially from the
United States for this purpose.

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13 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 7, 1961

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