Miss Ruth Richardson
to Be Mrs. Paul _ATida
MISS RUTH RICHARDSON
A July 5 wedding is planned by
Ruth Richardson and Paul Nida.
Miss Richardson is the daughter
of Mrs. Simon Richardson of Mor-
itz Ave. and the late Mr. Richard-
son. Her fiance is the son of Mrs.
Russell Nida of Snowden Ave. and
the late Mr. Nida.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan and Wayne State Uni-
versity's law school.
BY CHARLOTTE HYAMS
All right now, children, do I
___.) have everyone's attention? When
I read the megillah, I want all of
you to pay attention and every-
time I say Haman's name you
twirl your graggers and make a
noise. All right? Let's try it out
once. Everybody together now?
Go! . . . Yes, that's fine children,
but you can twirl it once, you
know. Just once will be enough,
children, Uh, children — I say,
children — Hey, KIDS, I said once
will be quite ENOUGH! —
* * *
As chairman of the judging com-
mittee, it is my great pleasure to
announce the winner of the con-
test, for his original costume of
a Persian Indian, is my son,
Hymie . . .
A special meeting of the Bnai
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER will
install officers 8:30 n.m. March 25 Brith board of governors has
elected Rabbi Jay
in the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs.
Harry Bodzin will install Mesdames
president of the
Charles Kurland, president; Larry
Union of Ameri-
Stein, Martin Landay and Leo
can Hebrew Con-
Goldenberg, vice presidents; Mark
gregations, to the
Haar, treasurer; Louis Lightstone,
position of execu-
Sol Rubins, Ike Greenberg, Ben
tive vice presi-
Fingeroot and Charles Gursky, sec-
d e n t of Bnai
retaries; and Alvin Stein, coun-
Brith, the p o s
selor. Mrs. Bernard Parel is in-
tion vacated by
stallation chairman. A buffet sup-
the retirement of '
per will follow. For reservations,
call Lynne Ziegler, LI 1-3729.
man will begin
REX CHAPTER will hold its 14th
his duties with
annual installation of officers at
Bnai Brith May 1.
a dinner-dance 8:15 p.m. March
He is a native of
27 at the Black Knight Supper
Club. Mrs. Samuel Aaron will
Over 1,100 per-
install Mesdames Maurice Wilson,
sons attended a
president; Israel Kroll and Frank Rabbi Kaufman testimonial
Blase, vice presidents; Anne Bar-
luncheon in Washington honoring
ron, treasurer; Milton Ross, Mal- Bisgyer for his role in building
colm Simon and Harold Rayberg. up Bnai Brith during his many
secretaries. For reservations and years of service.
information, call Mrs. Philip Dano,
* * *
BLOCH LODGE will hear "What
* * *
LOUIS a BRANDEIS CHAPTER Next for the Stock Market?" with
will present "My Square Lady," a Dave Kaplan of Merrill, Lynch,
musical, 8:30 p.m. March 22 in the Pierce, Fenner and Smith 8:30
Labor Zionist Institute. The public p.m. Monday at the Labor Zionist
is invited, announces Mrs. Belle Institute, Guests invited.
* * *
Liederman, chairman. Tickets may
TIKVAH LODGE w ill initiate
be purchased at the door.
* * *
new members 8:30 p.m. Thursday
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAPTER at Workmen's Circle Center. Re-
will pay tribute to a past president. freshments will be served. Guests
Mrs. Irving Isaacs, 8:30 p.m. Tues- invited.
* * *
day at Beth Aaron Synagogue. Two
of Mrs. Isaacs' books of verse,
"Tongue in Cheek" and "Chester,
The Elegant Cheshire Cat," have
been published. Mrs. Charles Solo-
vich, international past president
of Bnai Brith Women, will deliver
the tribute. Refreshments will be
Fifteen Bnai Brith lodges and
served. The public is invited at no their chapters will launch the
Purim Festival for Israel with a
* * *
party 8:30 Sunday in the Beth
EAST SIDE CHAPTER will hold Abraham social hall.
its annual installation of officers
Co-sponsored on behalf of the
With Lew Norman
and a luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday Bnai Brith Israel Bond program,
at Jeri's Restaurant. Mrs. Robert the program will star comedian
Coggan will install Mesdames Lew Norman, and include Sol
Barney Aaron, president; Irving
Moss, president of the Metropoli-
Winkelman, Arthur Stone and
Detroit Bnai Brith Council,
Bernard Shiller, vice presidents; tan
Alex Gersuk, Council Israel
Sol Maneli and Phillip Stone, sec- Bond
chaiman. Gersuk will be
retaries; Irving Beck, treasurer, chairman
of the evening.
president. Board members installed On Monday evening at 8:30, a
The idea! She copied her daugh- will be Mesdames Jane Rosenfeld, Pisgah Purim celebration will be
ter's costume from my daugh- Ethel Mogul, Louis Weinman, Sam held in the Labor Zionist In-
with Dov Frankel as co-
ter's! Of course, my sheets are Leavitt and Phillip Golden. For stitute
sponsors. Elias Goldberg, Pisgah
whiter . . .
Stone, UN 4-3483, or Mrs. Phillip Israel Bond chairman, will act
* * *
as the chairman for the "night
Look, little boy, king or no Stone, IKE 4-9680.
king, we don't extend credit on
the lemonade . .
* * *
Yes, your son did very well in
the play; you should be very
proud. How did I pick him for
Haman's part? Oh, I don't know,
he just seemed to be a natural ...
* * *
Boy, if I ever get my hands on
that kid — Do you know, my wife
had me blowing up balloons half
the night, and this kid goes around
with a pin . . .
* * *
j Mr. Nolan, there's a quart of
• lemonade and three hamantaschen
for you in the kitchen. Gee, I hate
to leave you with all this mess .
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with Lew Norman."
Louis Marshall Lodge and Chap-
ter will host its Lew Norman pro-
gram 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Ahavas Achim social hall. Co-
sponsored by eight lodges and
ZAGER-STONE LODGE will
present an ADL Night 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Featured will be Richard
H. Lobenthal, Michigan regional
director of the Anti-Defamation their chapters.
League. His topic will be "A Jew-
Admission is free, and Purim
ish-Catholic Dialogue," exploring refreshments will be served. All
t ensions and responsibilities. are welcome.
Knights of Columbus groups have
been invited as special guests. Re-
freshments will be served. Family
and friends are invited, according
to Israel Schwartz, ADL chairman.
`Crises of Conscience'
to Be Aired by Panel
The second in a three-part pro-
* * *
gram, "Crises of Conscience," will
Bnai Brith Women Hear be presented by Birmingh am
Temple 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Katzenbach at Conclave the
John F. Kennedy Elementary
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Seek- School.
ing Jewish support of the adminis-
The program will be moderated
tration's education bill, Attorney
General Nicholas Katzenbach told by Shelby Newhouse. "Equal Op-
the Bnai Brith Women internation- portunities in Education and Em-
al convention here that "the debate ployment" will be discussed by
about the relationship of church panelists Mary Brandt, assistant
and state has tended to polarize director of intercultural relations
groups into irreconcilable and ex- for • the Detroit Public Schools;
Alex Fuller, vice president of the
Katzenbach urged re-examination Wayne County AFL-CIO; and
of the nation's educational needs Joseph Schore, assistant to the
in the same spirit of "concilation chief of Detroit's Equal Opportun-
and persuasion" that he thought ity Office.
A panel March 31 will discuss
would bring the great progress in
civil rights. He told the Bnai Brith "Housing and Human Relations."
* * *
Women that "what is needed is a
At 8:30 p.m. services today, at
spirit of wanting solutions—rather
than to regard these (education) Birmingham Unitarian Church, the
needs merely as an opportunity Bar Mitzvah of Marshall Gurwin
once again to express a particular, will be observed. This marks
Birmingham Temple's first Bar
immovable point of view."
Mitzvah. Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS will discuss "The Morality of Wins-
Friday, March 12, 1965-25 ton Churchill."
AJ Committee Members
Off to Israel, Vatican
Vows to Be Spoken
NEW YORK (JTA)
gation of 50 American Jewish Com-
mittee leaders from more than 20
cities throughout the country left
Monday on a three-week mission
to Israel, Rome and Paris. The
delegation is slated to have an
audience with Pope Paul at the
Vatican March 24.
Major focus of the program will
be Israel where the delegation will
spend 13 days. Through the com-
mittee's Israel office in Tel Aviv,
conferences and briefings will be
arranged with top Israeli officials
and leaders in cultural and re-
A special feature of the pro-
gram will be a number of small
workshops which will bring to-
MISS GLADYS REINSTEIN
gether members of the delegation
with prominent Israelis in similar
At a recent family dinner, Mr. occupations to exchange views and
and Mrs. Norbert Reinstein of information on human relations
Leslie Ave., Oak Park, announced and other problems.
the engagement of their daughter
Gladys Leah to Larry Michael
Rockind, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Rochkind of Sussex Ave., Oak
The couple, both students at the
University of Michigan, is plan-
ning a December wedding.
Vladimiritzer Emergency Relief
Organization will hold its annual
banquet 6:30 p.m. April 4 at Oak
Manor Caterers. Cantor David
Bagley will entertain.
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