Gen. Weinstein to Be Honored Toby Lewis United
With Milton Abramson
by Bnai David at Dinner
Gen. William J. Weinstein will Gen. Weinstein is a fellow of the
be honored as "Bnai David Man International Academy of Trial
of the Year" at the Bnai David Lawyers and of the American Col-
Israel victory dinner, 6:30 p.m. lege of Trial Lawyers and has lec-
Sept. 20, in the social hall, it was tured at the University of Michi-
announced by Harry Koltonow, gan and the University of Tennes-
see and before bar associations
Heading the program at this af- throughout the country. He is one
the three trial lawyers to have
fair, on behalf of Israel Bonds,
will be George Jesse!, "Toastmas- been appointed to the Michigan
ter-General of the USA," and Gen. Supreme Court to serve on a spe-
cial committee to write "Standard
Jury Instructions" for all courts
in the state.
Weinstein has been a member
of the Bnai David board since 1948.
Rabbi Hayim Donin and Cantor
Hyman J. Adler will give the tri-
bute to Gen. Weinstein. Honorary
chairman is Julius Rotenberg. Din-
ner co-chairmen are Morris J.
Brandwine, Jack Lieberman, Jack
J. Kraizman, Max Ostrow, Joseph
Shifman and Max Sosin. Dinner
music will be provided by Eric
Rosenow and his continentals. A
cocktail reception will precede the
For reservations, call the Israel
Bond Office, DI 1-5707.
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GEN. WILLIAM J. WEINSTEIN
S. L. A. Marshall, whose latest
work, "Swift Sword," an account
of the six-day Israel victorious
campaign, will be out this week.
Weinstein was installed as
brigadier general of the U. S.
Marine Corps Reserve July 13 at
a ceremony in. Washington before
the General Symposium, which con-
sisted of some 50 generals of the
Regular Marine Corps. Weinstein
is the first Michiganian and the
second Jewish general in the his-
tory of the U.S. Marine Reserve.
He is serving as the assistant di-
vision commander of the Second
A nationally known attorney,
/ra iv/ r- Cok
at Temple Emanu-El
MRS. JACKSON WARNER
Karen Cole and Jackson Warner
were married recently at Temple
Emanu-El. The couple's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cole of
Parkwood Ave., Huntington Woods,
and Theodore Weiner of Los An-
geles and the late Mrs. Weiner.
The bride chose an empire A-line
gown of French re-embroidered
Alencon lace appliqued on English
net over silk peau de soie. The
gown was fashioned with a high
rounded neckline. The full sweep
removable silk peau train was at-
tached at the back watteau capelet
of the gown.
Mrs. David West was matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Albert Warner and Susan War-
ner of N. Tarrytown, N.Y.
Albert Warner of N. Tarrytown
was best man. Ushers were Robert
Karbel, Narvin Lieberman, Robert
McLeod of Shrewsbury, Mass.,
Jerry Kanter, Herman Jacobson
of Shaker Heights, 0., David Kohn
and Mark Warner of N. Tarry-
After a San Francisco-Carmel
honeymoon',.thg„egggle .will live in
Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Brand-
wine will host a leadership recep-
tion in honor of Gen. Weinstein,
8:30 p.m. Sept 12, at their home.
8020 Lincoln, Huntington Woods.
Guest speaker will be Col. Peleg
Tamir, who was responsible for
the exchange and return of Israeli
pilots captured in
Col. Tamir, who a
has been a mem-
ber of the Israel
Air Force for
nearly two de-
cades, is chief ad-
jutant to Gen.
commander o f
the Israel Air
Force, in the
Col. Tamir, a
Sabra, has serv-
ed as d eputy Brandwine
commander-in-chief for personnel
and administration of the Israel
Air Force and was chief of the
administrative office of the Tech-
nical School, and head of the of-
fice of chief instructor of the Fly-
ing School and chief of the Head-
quarters Organizational Branch.
He has served as adviser on
problems of small air forces to
several African nations and was
a member of the Officers Advanc-
ed Training School in the British
Royal Air Force. He joined the
Hagana in his youth and was im-
prisoned by British authorities.
During Israel's War of Indepen-
dance he served with an infantry
division in the Negev. He joined
the air force during its early be-
ginnings. Tamir has a law degree
from the University of Tel Aviv
and a master's in business adminis-
tration from George Washington
The Brandwines, now on a tour
of Israel, will tell of their ex-
periences at the reception.
U. of Buffalo Alumni
Will Gather Sunday
The University of Buffalo-De-
troit Area Alumni Club will hold
a picnic potluck 2 p.m. Sunday at
the home of Len Dyttmer, 3225
Devon Brook Drive, Bloomfield
Hospitality chairman is Mrs.
Steve Sklar. On area committees
are: Detroit — Dr. and Mrs. H.
Bender, Mrs. Theodore Baruch,
Mrs. Steve Rose, Dr. Floyd Lippa;
Southfield — Sheldon Rogers and
Mrs. Ruth ICranitz; Oak Park—Dr.
Eli Isaacs, Lloyd Resnicoff and
Burton Chassin; Huntington
Woods — Dr. Ted Goldberg and
Howard Smith; Birmingham—Lipp-
Dr. William O'Connor, vice pres-
ident of UB, is guest speaker. For
Turover Aid Indoor Picnic Next Sunday
Turover Aid Society and its games will be featured. All income
Ladies Auxiliary will hold an in- will go to the I.^ael Emergency
door picnic in their air-conditioned Fund.
hall Sunday from 11 a.m. Lunch-
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eon, dinner, refreshments and
MRS. MILTON ABRAMSON
Toby Ellen Lewis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lewis of Wake-
field Way, Southfield, became the
bride of Milton Jules Abramson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abram-
son of Strathmoor Ave., in a noon
ceremony at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
The bride wore a princess-line
gown of ivory peau de soie trim-
med with Alencon lace. The floor-
length veil was appliqued in
matching lace, and she carried a
Bible covered with Phalaenopsis
Linda Lewis, sister of the -1•=e,
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Ronald Klarin, Mrs. Ar-
thur Millman and Mrs. Kenneth
Krane of Lafayette, Ind. Ronald
Klarin was best man, and ushers
were Frederick Wolpe, Jerome
Beal and Robert Gutov.
After a Miami honeymoon, the
couple will live in Troy.
Friday, August 25, 1967-25
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litan Savings Bank, Southfield and
14 Mile Rds. Hubert Locke, ad-
ministrative assistant to Detroit ■ De
Police Commissioner Ray Girar- 1 De
din, will speak on "Suburbia and De
the Inner City." Next month,
Locke is expected to return to his I De
post as director of religious af- De
fairs at Wayne State University. ' De
He was on leave as executive di-
rector of the Citizens Committee
for Equal Opportunity, a group ap-
pointed by the mayor. Oakland
Century Lodge, in commemoration
of the 100th year of service in
Bnai Brith District 6, was char-
tered in July to service the rapid-
ly expanding population in the
South Oakland area.
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DEBORAH CHAPTER will hold
its first annual game night 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. There will be prizes and
refreshments. The public is in-
vited. For information, call Sandy
Sherman, EL 7-5527.
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CENTENNIAL CHAPTER will
hold its annual rummage sale 9
a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday at Canadian
Legion Hall, Ferndale. For pick-
up of rummage, call Mrs. Robert
Buch, LI 7-1986.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fields of Los
Angeles announce the engagement
of their daughter Jacqueline to
Robert Neil Binkow, son of Mr.
and Mrs, Samuel Binkow of E.
Huntley Sq., Birmingham. An early
fall wedding is planned.
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