Bengis

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Coppertone Sign
... sign was designed and made in 1958 by Tropicalites, a sign company owned by Morris (Moe) Bengis ... Before producing the original Coppertone Girl sign, Moe Bengis met with Benjamin Green, who invented the Coppertone product in his kitchen in 1944 and Abe Plough, the founder of Schering-Plough which ... Marvin Goodman, Morris Bengis' son-in-law came to work in 1958 for Tropicalites and was involved in the 1959 installation of the sign at its original location on the ...
Zelig Reuven Bengis - Rav in The Holy Land
... death of Rabbi Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld, Bengis was asked to become rosh av beit din (Ravad) - 2nd Chief Rabbi - of the Edah HaChareidis in Jerusalem ... Since Rav Kook had died, Rabbi Bengis accepted the offer, and moved from Lithuania to Palestine - shortly before World War II broke out ... When Rabbi Dushinsky died in 1948, Bengis succeeded him as govad of the Edah ...
Ingrid Bengis
... Ingrid Bengis, born in 1944 in New York, is a writer best known for her pioneering collection of essays on love, hate and sexuality, Combat in the Erogenous Zone, (Knopf 1972) ... new introduction by Duberman, in which he wrote, "(Bengis) was only twenty eight when the book was published, but had lived so intensely and could describe her experiences ... In 2003, Farrar Strauss Giroux, North Point Press published Bengis' book Metro Stop Dostoyevsky Travels in Russian Time which takes place in Russia between 1990-1996 ...