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October 31, 1969 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-31

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Jewish

Marine Named Brigadier General

Leonard Earl Fribourg, who en-
listed in the U.S. Marine Corps 27
years ago during World War II,
became the first active duty Jew-
iSh Marine in the last 50 years tc
attain the rank of general upon
his promotion to Brigadier
General.
The late Charles Henry Lauch-
heirner of Baltimore, who gradu-
ated from the U.S. Naval Acad-
emy in 1881, became a Marine
Corps Brigadier General in 1916,
the records of the National Jewish
Welfare Board show.
General Fribourg is now serving
in Southeast Asia as assistant di-

Live chairman of JWB's commis-
sion on Jewish chaplaincy during
World War H. In 1945, Rabbi
Brickner officiated at the wedding
of General Fribourg to the former
Dorothy A. Rozzen of Los Angeles,

vision commander of the 3rd Marine

LEONARD EARL FRIBOURG
Corps, according to word received
by the commission on Jewish chap- Koury was an active member and
laincy
of the Jewish Welfare leader, recalls him as "a most
Board.
wonderful and worshiping Jew."
Chaplain Samuel Sobel, district •
The 14 medals and decorations
chaplain of the Fifth Naval Dis-
received by General Fribourg
trict, of whose Jewish GI congre include the Bronze Star Medal
gations in New Caledonia, Oki- with Combat "V", the Purple
nawa, Guam, Japan, Hawaii, . Heart with gold star, the Asiatic-
Korea and Vietnam, General Fri- Pacific Campaign Medal with
three bronze stars, the Korean
-
Service Medal and the Vietnam
Service Medal with one bronze
star.

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1 As a boy, General Fribourg and
has family belonged to the Euclid
Avenue Temple in Cleveland. He
attended Sunday School at the
Temple and A .:2s confirmed there
in 1935 by the late Rabbi Barnett
R. Brickner, who was administra-
-

Calif.
In addition to serving with the
1st Marine Raider Battalion on
New Caledonia, General Fribourg
engaged in the occupation of .
Emirau and in the Guam and Oki-
nawa campaigns during World
War II. Because of these wartime
experiences, he was called upon
in 1999 to act as technical advisor
for the motion picture, "Sands of
Iwo Jima." He has also served
I with the Marine Corps in Japan,
Korea and Hawaii. On assuming
his Southeast Asia post, he was
I detached from Headquarters U.S.
Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
A native of Denver, General Fri-
bourg was graduated from Shaker
Heights, Ohio, High School, at-
, tended Ohio State University, Co-
lumbus, and was graduated from
•Fenn College (now Cleveland State
University ).
Mrs. Fribourg has sung in the •
chapel choirs of military congre- '
gations whose 'sisterhoods' are
served and supplied by the JWB
Women's Organizations' Services.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, ()father 31, 1969-19

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economy has been produ'ed by
the Israel Diamond Institute. The
poster wilt be sent free of charge
to firms and stores in the dia-
mond and jewelry trades. Re-
quests should be sent to the Israel
Diamond Institute at the Diamond
Exchange Building, Ramat Gan.
There will be a small charge to
retail chains.

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strife in the army.

Israel Prof Aiding Lindsay
RAMAT GAN (ZINNS) — New

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published in the Israel daily
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n ally agreed to give Prof. Schick
the necessary
permission said

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Israeli Shoes Walk Away
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NEW YORK—The World Feder- United States.
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This shoe was one of the hits
invitation of Rabbi Israel Mow- of the National Shoe Fair held re-
showitz, chairman of the board of cently in Chicago, where retailers
the International Synagogue, will manufacturers and buyers from
conduct an exhibition depicting all over the world came together.
Jewish life in Hungary at 3:30
Among the shoes shown by
p.m., Nov. 23, at the International Israeli manufacturers, the casual
Synagogue, J. F. Kennedy Airport. shoe aroused the greatest interest.
This exhibition, the first to be Women's sandals, made in typical
conducted by Hungarian Jews, Israeli style from thin copper
commemorates the 25th anni- plate with embossed decoration, ' '
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Hungary and of other European constructed of glove leather, hand-
countries by the Nazi regime. stitched and sturdy, were well re -
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