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February 15, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-15

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Planning the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Israel Bond
program which will be held in the April-May period are Bnai
Brith officials and Israel Bond chairmen shown here from left:
Seated, Earl Gould of Tikvavh, Max Schulzinger, Bnai Brith
Council Israel co-chairman; Sam Bank, the Council's Israel
chairman; Maurice Zeiger, Bnai Brith Council president and
Sam Greenberg of Brandeis; standing, Charles Fink, Marshall
president; Leonard Edelman, Pisgah president; Alex Gottlieb,
Marshall Israel Bond chairman; Nathan Rosin, Handler-East
Side; Marvin Wakesman, Rex; Bernard Harris, Handler-East
Side; Joe Levine, Motor City; Alex Gersuk of Pisgah and Max
Fridman, Einstein Israel Bond chairman. The 1963 Detroit
Bnai Brith Israel Bond goal is $200,000.
* * *

Record Number of Detroit Leaders
to Attend Israel Bond Conference

A record number of Detroit-
ers are planning to attend the
1963 Israel Bond Inaugural Con-
ference in Miami Beach from
March 1 through March 3, it was
announced by Tom Borman,
general chairman of the Detroit
Israel Bond
Committee.
Mr. a n d
M r s. Charles
Grosberg will
host a recep-
tion in their
Miami Beach
home for De-
troiters at-
tending t h e
conference at
Grosberg
8:30 p.m. Feb. 28. Grosberg is
the Detroit Israel Bond Trustee
Chairman and is the f in e s t

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Max M. Fisher, director of
Marathon Oil Company, has
been appointed to the board
o f directors
o f Manufac-
turers Nation-
al Bank of
Detroit, it was
announced by
William A.
Mayberry, the
chairman o f
the board.
A native of
Pittsburgh,.,.
Mr. Fisher
Fisher spent
his early years in Ohio. He was
graduated from Ohio State Uni-
versity with a degree in busi-
ness administration.
After gaining experience in
his father's oil business, in 1933
he was one of the founders of
Aurora Gasoline Co. in which
he served as executive vice
president. In 1957 he advanced
to chairman of the board of
Aurora which in 1959 became
a wholly-owned subsidiary of
Marathon Oil.
Fisher now serves as a direc-
tor of the American Petroleum
Institute and is a member of the
25 Year Club of the Petroleum
Industry. He holds a major in-

terest in the Fisher-New Center
Company, the firm which re-
cently purchased the Fisher
Building, is vice chairman of
the board of United Foundation
and was general chairman of
UF's 1961 Torch Drive. Director
at Large of the Michigan State
Chamber of Commerce, he is
vice president, • Detroit Sinai
Hospital and the Greater De-

troit Area Hospital Council,
Inc.; president, Jewish Welfare
Federation; national chairman,
United Jewish Appeal; a mem-
ber of the board of Hebrew
Union College, and Finance
Chairman, Jewish Agency for
Israel, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and their
five children live on Fairway
Hills Drive in Franklin, Mich.



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"Golden Trustee" of 1963 by
virtue of his pledge at the Feb.
9 National Trustee Dinner held
in Miami.
A partial list of Detroiters
planning to attend includes:

Messrs. and Mesdames Sam Bel-
kin, Ralph Berman, Mendel Berman,
Tom Borman, Irwin I. Cohn, Nor-
man Cottler, David Dunsky, N. R.
Epstein, Nathan Fishman, Hugo
Friedenberg, William Genser, David
Goldberg, Nathan Goldin, Louis
Gottlief, Charles Grosberg, S a m
Hechtman, Philip Helfman, S a u 1
Katz, Dan Laven, Manny Lax, Louis
E. Levitan, Jack Moskovitz, Harry
Nachman, Sam Nathanson, Henry
Pokart, Nathan P. Rossen, Rubin
Shaye, George Spoon, Max Spoon
and Louis Winkler.
Also attending will be Sam Kaufer
and Mesdames Theodore Bargman,
Norma Hudosh, Jeanette Lewis
Kirsnianski, Saul Sloan and Harry
Sucher.
The two Israel Bond functibns
here on Thursday were addressed
by Edward Berkman, biographer of
General Mickey Marcus. He substi-
tuted for Meir Sherman.

Rabbi Syme to Pay
Tribute to Silver at
Zionist Meeting

The Zionist_ Organization of
Detroit will present _ Rabbi M.
Robert Syme of Temple Israel
at a meeting 8:30 p.m. Feb. 21
at the Jewish Center.
Rabbi Syme will speak - on
"'Zionism's Debt to Dr. -A b b a
Hillel Silver"
in tribute to
the 70th birth-
d a y of Dr.
Silver, disting-
uished Rabbi,
illustrious Zi-
onist, chief ar-
chitect of the
State. of Israel,
and a past
president o f
the Zionist Or-
ganization o f
America. Kfar
Rabbi gy
me Silver, ZOA's
Agricultural Training School in
Ashkelon, Israel, is named in
his honor.
There is no admission charge.
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Refreshments w ill be served.
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, president
of the ZOD, invites friends to
attend.
Membership chairmen Dr. Ber-
nard Weston and Carmi Slomo-
vitz urge members to help in the
for new members by bring-
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ing prospects to this meeting.
For information, contact Zionist
Hear family, guests, cheer fof House, DI 1-8540.

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[JWV Activities I

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs.
Louis Weber, 19757 Stansbury.
A post valentine party will fol-
low a business meeting. Refresh-
ments will be served and sur-
prises featured.

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19 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, F ebruary 15, 1963

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