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May 11, 1973 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-11

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Eban Comes to Detroit Sunday to Honor Louis Berry

Cong. Shaarey Zedek will community and to Israel.
The dinner is co-sponsored
be host to Israel Foreign
Minister Abba Eban who will by Shaarey Zedek and the
be here for a few hours Sun- Israel Bond Organization.
day to address the dinner
Born in Liverpool, Eng-
in honor of Louis Berry.
land, Oct. 10, 1902, Berry
Eban brings to Detroit the came to this country when
Sword of Hagana which he he was 20 and through the
will present to Berry in rec- years he established an
ognition of his many years enviable record in business,
of services to the Jewish in philanthropy and as a

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leader in religious ranks, in
Zionist and pro-Israel ser-
vices.
He is president of Berry
Foundation, Fisher-New Cen-
ter Co. and International
Hotels and is a director of
Winkelman Stores.
A former chairman of the
Allied Jewish Campaign, a
member of the United Jew-
ish Appeal campaign cabinet
and of the JDC national
board, Berry has played
many important roles in Is-
rael's behalf.
He has been among the
national leaders who have
encouraged activities in this
country in behalf of the
Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence in Rehovot.
His congregational activi-
ties have earned for him
high honors from the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.
Nationally, he also is a
member of the boards of
American ORT Foundation,
Development Corporation for
Israel and United Service
for New Americans.
His activities in behalf of
Israel Bonds date back from
the very formation of the in-
vestment cause.
As a leader in Jewish
Welfare Federation, he won,
among other honors, the cov-
eted Fred M. Butzel Award.
He is a member locally of
the boards of Sinai Hospital,
Shaarey Zedek, which he
served as president, Home
for Aged, Clover Hill Park
Cemetery, Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation, and Jewish Wel-
fare Federation.
He as the chairman of the
building fund for Shaarey
Zedek and chaired the UJA

cash collection campaign
here for the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
His club memberships in-
clude Franklin Hills, Stand-
ard-City Club, Recess Club,
Hundred Club and Great
Lakes Club.
He has had many impor-
tant roles in civic movements
and served on the Detroit
mayor's health care advisory
committee.
His Israel interests include

8T—Friday,

his lifelong support of the
Jewish National Fund and
a JNF Forest has been
planted in his honor in Is-
rael.
Mrs. Berry has shared her
husband's interests for many
years. Their children are
Harold Berry, who is asso-
ciated in business with his
father, Mrs. Harold G. Snid-
er, Mrs. Harold Provizer,
Mrs. Stephen Morse and
Mrs. Michael Feldman.



A total of $1,028,000 in Israel Bonds was purchased at
a leadership reception honoring Louis Berry Monday eve-
ning at the Franklin residence of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Green.
Shown are, from left, David Pollack, general chairman, and
Mrs. David Pollack, women's division chairman for the
Detroit Israel Bond committee; Berry and Mrs. Berry;
guest speaker, Sen. Gale McGee of Wyoming; and the
Greens.

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SLUMBER STYLES

`Unknown' Death
Camp Was Known
to Museum Head

• Stanley Bozich, whose War
Crimes Museum in Lake
Orion documents the Nazi
period, expressed surprise
this week that Yad Vashem
only now had discovered the
existence of the Gardelegen
death camp in East Ger-
many. He said he has films
taken during the liberation
of the camp.
Bozich read in last week's
Jewish News that Yad Vash-
em investigators from Jeru-
salem identified the camps
of Gotha and Gardelegen on
the basis of documents and
photographs supplied last
January by the publisher of
the Los Angeles Times.
The investigators said that
little was known about the
two camps except that thous-
ands of Jews were killed in
gas chambers there and their
bodies disposed of in crema-
toria.
Dr. Yosef Kermish, .direc-
tor of the archives at Yad
Vashem, said "We have
never seen anything like this
before." Many of the photo-
graphs which were given to
him showed the late Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower, then
supreme allied commander in
Europe, standing in the
camps surrounded by some
of his generals.
Bozich's film also shows
Eisenhower and Gen. _George
of the Golha camp.

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