20—Friday, August 11, 1967
The Gary14. Burnsteinsl
Will Live in Des 3Ioincs .
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
LEO MAIERSDORF, a leader of
the Brussels and Antwerp Jewish
communities, has received the
award of the Grand Officer of the
Order de la Couronne, one of the
highest in Belgium. Maiersdorf is
current chairman of the Fund for
the Defense of Israel.
MRS. GARY RURNSTEIN
Dana Beth Glasser, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser of Lin-
coln Blvd., Oak Park, and the late
Irving Stone, and Gary Allen Burn-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Burnstein of Mackenzie Rd., West-
land, were married recently at the
Kingsley Inn. Rabbi Moses Lehrman
The bride wore an Empire prin-
cess gown of silk organza lace
over a peau de soie bodice with
Alencon lace embroidered with
seed pearl train and a matched
lace cap. She carried orchids and
Nlidd Glasser was matron of
Larry Burnstein, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man.
After a Miami honeymoon, the
couple will live in Des Moines.
This Week's Radio and
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Still More Yossele
Rosenblatt" will be presented by
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel, who will comment on his
voice, music and history.
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Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: The final program of
the series, "History of Jews in
Michigan." will be presented, with
Philip Gilbert and Edward Schlus-
sel reminiscing on the years from
1900 to 1926. when the great in-
flux of Eastern European Jewry
brought Yiddish culture to Detroit.
Rube Weiss is narrator.
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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Religion in the Arts"
will feature a presentation of con-
temporary music in the religious
* * *
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: Mark van Doren and
Maurice Samuel discuss "The
Gates of the City," focusing on the
importance of the gates of the
great walled cities of biblical
times and drawing a parallel be-
tween present-day problems and
congested cities of ancient times.
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Cultivation to the mind is as
necessary as food to the body.
At a ceremony held during the
annual U.S. Marine Corps Generals'
Symposium in Washington, D.C.,
the commandant of the Marine
Corps, General Wallace M. Green
Jr., presented newly promoted Re-
serve Brigadier General William J.
Weinstein of Detroit his commis-
sion as a general officer. Mrs.
Evelyn J. Wein-
stein, the gener-
al's w i f e, was
given the honor
of • aiding Gen.
Green in pinning
the stars on her
ceremony for Gen. Weinstein
war with her Arab neighbors in
June of 1967, why she fought the
wars preceding it, and what her
hopes for the future of peace in
the Middle East have been and
continue to be.
In its view of the Arab world,
"The Case for Israel" is not a case
against the Arab people, but a
documentation of the follies of Arab
leadership. A veteran journalist,
Gervasi has written several previ-
IRVING J. RUBIN, director of
ous books, including "To Whom
the Detroit Regional Transporta-
tion and Land Use Study, is one
Abba Eban, foreign minister of
of three Detroiters who are meeting
Israel, will write an introduction
in Washington with key leaders
"The Case for Israel." All de-
from other urban complexes for a
partments of the Israeli govern-
nine-clay conference on "The Met-
ment are cooperating fully in pro-
ropolitan Area, Its Prospects and
Problems." Rubin was nominated Gen. Weinstein was the first such viding documentation for the book.
by a local screening committee es- promotion of a general officer Material contributed from these
tablished through the Detroit Met. held before the Generals' Sympos- sources will include photostatic
ropolitan Fund, Inc. The National ium in the history of the Marine copies of captured Egyptian, Jor-
Institute of Public Affairs is spon- Corps. The symposium is an an- danian and Syrian military plans
nual event wherein all available for the conquest and destruction
general officers meet in Washing- of Israel (with full translations),
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ton, D.C. to discuss and review and the substance of Israeli docu-
State Representative JACK Marine Corps' plans and policies.
ments and memoranda outlining
FAXON from northwest Detroit's
Israel's design for peace in the
Gen. and Mrs. Weinstein,
15th District has been selected to
Middle East, with detailed recom-
participate in a "State Legislator both native Detroiters, reside at
1300 Lafayette East. He is a
Seminar." He is one of 36 state
Detroit attorney, a fromer di.
legislators selected from through-
of the Detroit Bar Asso-
out the country to attend the meet-
AND HER GYPSIES
ciation and active in the Michi-
ing scheduled for Aug. 13-19 in
Authentic GypSy Orchestra
gan State Bar Association.
Strolling Violins, Floor Show,
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Gen. Weinstein enlisted in the
Gervasi, who has spent much
time in Israel, will make a new
visit to that country to authenticate
factual material for the book, but
will return to the United States
before its publication. Viking has
assigned the highest priority to the
physical production of the book
in order to make bound copies
available in time for its scheduled
publication d a t e. Simultaneous
hardcover and softcover editions
will be published.
For Good Photographs
and Prompt Service
Call Me at
President Johnson Monday ap- Marine Corps in July 1941 and was
pointed Dr. ABRAM SACHAR, first commissioned a second
president of Brandeis University, lieutenant Jan. 31, 1942. He served
to membership on the United during World War II as a rifle
States Advisory Committee on In- company commander during the
ternational Educational and Cul- battles of Roi-Namur, Saipan,
tural Affairs. Dr. Sachar will suc- Tinian and Iwo Jima. Gen. Wein-
ceed Dr. Royce E. Larson, of Fair- stein was awarded the Bronze
field, Conn. The nomination is Star with Combat "V" for heroic
action at Iwo Jima, a purple
subject to Senate ratification.
heart with gold star for injuries
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received during the battle of
Saipan, two Presidential Unit ci-
tations, the Organized Reserve
Medal, Armed Services Medal,
American Defense Medal, Pacific
Area Medal with four combat
stars, World War II Victory Medal,
and the Armed Forces Reserve
Following World War II, Gen.
Weinstein became affiliated with
the Detroit Marine Reserve Bat-
talion located at the Brodhead
Naval Marine Armory, 7600 E.
Jefferson, and served as its exe-
cutive officer Nov. 1, 1951 through
DR. WILLIAM WATTENBERG,
He assumed command of the
assistant superintendent of the
The normalcy which existed
prior to July 23 of this year is not
what Detroit needs, SUPERIN-
TENDENT NORMAN DRACHLER
declared Wednesday morning in
his appearance before the U.S.
Senate education committee. "We
need conditions much superior to
our previous normalcy if there is
to be any hope for the future of
our city and the metropolitan
area," he said. He was the first of
the 15 big city superintendents to
speak before the comittee on the
problems of urban education.
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battalion in 1955 and was the
division of child accounting and
only officer in the history of the
adjustment, noted that the pupils
Detroit reserve unit to command
in the federally-funded program—
the unit for four consecutive
which provides paid jobs as an in-
years. In addition, Gen. Wein-
centive — reported to their jobs
assumed command of the
all through the recent disturbances
13th Regimental Staff Group
here. Less than 1 per cent of the
from 1964 to 1966 when he as-
1,800 youngsters enrolled in the
sumed command of the Volun-
Junior Iligh In-School Work-Study
teer Training Unit 9-1.
Program of the Detroit Public
Schools were involved in any way
Following the ceremony in Wash-
with the riot.
ington, Gen. Weinstein was as-
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he inspected all Marine installa-
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YESHIVATH BETH YEHUDAH
Films of Israel Before War
to Be Shown at Meeting
Harold Black, assistant to Mayor
Cavanagh, will show his recent
films of Israel with commentary
8:30 p.m. Aug. 21 at the Labor
Fare & Hotel
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Black, a housing specialist, spent
two weeks in Israel on a partial
2 Meals per Day
mission in June and his pictures
were taken before war broke out.
After discussion, a coffee hour
is planned. The meeting, sponsored
by Americans for Progressive Is-
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Oct. 29—Nov. 8
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: Rabbi Yitzchak M. Ka-
gan will speak on "Judaism—a Re-
ligion for Angels?" and the youth
forum will be presented, along
with other features.
Gervasi Israel Book
Detroiter Receives Viking Will Publish
On_Sept. 15, Viking will publish mendations for the settlement of
refugees, and for the estab-
Connnission as a Frank Gervasi's "The Case for Is- Arab
lishment and protection of irriga-
rael," a historical and political tion and navigational rights for all
General in D.C.
analysis of why Israel fought the nations involved.
A pair of bandits picked Com-
mon Pleas Court Judge Anne X.
Alpern (above) for a caper in
Pittsburgh. They bound the
judge at gunpoint in her home.
The bandits have raided the
homes of several prominent
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