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April 08, 1960 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 8, 1960 — 24

Honeymoon in Miami
Pregerson, at 75, Recalls His 57
Years in Zionism; Came Here in '05 Follows Wedding

At 75, anticipating the 55th came a life member of the Zion-
anniversary of his coming to ist Organization of America in
Detroit; .Aaron Pregerson, pio- 1927.
He was among the early
neer Jewish leader, reminisced
about his early Zionist activi- figures in the Hebrew educa-
tional movement here and
ties.
Born in Kraselow, Ukrainia, served two terms as president
Feb. 11, 1885, Pregerson arrived of the United Hebrew Schools,
in Detroit July 4, 1905. in addition to holding impor-
He was married May 5, 1912, taut positions in educational
to the former Mary Wine, whose movements.
As an active UHS leader, he
family was actively affiliated
with many Jewish activities here was among the sponsors of ac-
tivities for the construction of
Hebrew school buildings. He
was active also in the activi-
ties for the construction of the
Shaarey Zedek and the Adas
Shalom synagogues, being a
member of both Conservative
congregations.
Pregerson was among the first
to assist in Allied Jewish Cam-
paigns, from the first year of its
formation here, and has con-
tributed to the over-all funds
-as well as worked in their be-
half throughout the years.
Today, retired from his real
estate activities, he devotes his
time to studying. He reads a
great deal—as much in Hebrew
as in English — and enjoys
watching the fruits of his la-
bors—in behalf of Zionism.
Jewish education and the syna-
gogue.

AARON PREGERSON

for decades. They live at 17554
Roselawn. They have two
daughters, Mrs. Norman (Judy)
Snyder and Mrs. David (Ger-
trude) Bruss; a son, Milford R.
Pregerson, and seven grand-
children.
For 57 years an affiliated
Zionist, Pregerson recalls the
early years of the Poale Zion,
the labor Zionist movement he
helped found here together
with some of the earliest pio-
neers. Later, he became an ac-
tive leader in the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit. He be-

Hashomer Hatzair
Sets National Council
Conference Here

Overcoming the lack of con-
tent in Jewish life, with empha-
sis on Jewish youth, will be the
major topic of discussion at the
forthcoming meeting of the' Na-
tional Council of Hashomer
Hatzair, Zionist youth organiza-
tion, convening here April 15
to 18.
More than 80 delegates from
branches in major Jewish com-
munities of the U. S. and Can-
ada will participate in the four
days of deliberations.
Week's Events Slated
On April 15, a third • seder of
Passover will be held at the
at Sholem Aleichem
Moishe Haar, principal of the Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
Sholem Aleichem Schools, will Schaefer, which will be mod-
speak on "Theodor Herzl—The eled after a seder in the 75
Hundred Years Since His Birth" ,Hashomer Hatzair Kibbutzim in
at an oneg shabbat of the SA Israel. A modern Kibblitz Hag-
Institute's Chapter One at 8:45 gadah will be ' used, and the
Ireading will be interspersed
p.m., today.
'The program will be the first with the appearance of the Ha-
of three events planned during shomer Hatzair Choral and
the week at the -Institute, 19350 Dance Groups. A special rendi-
Greenfield. The annual second tion of a dance dedicated to the
seder is scheduled at 6:30 p.m., fighters of the Warsaw Ghetto
Tuesday, when children of the will be included.
Hashomer Hatzair has been
school will participate. For res-
active for 35 years in America,
ervations, call VE. 8-7440.
The Women's - DiVi-sian will educating youth and preparing
hold its annual luncheon at young Jews as pioneers for set-
12:30 p.m., April 16, in the tlement in Israel's kibbutzim.
home of Mrs. Herman Kanter, More than 500 graduates of the
19350 Ardmore. - Mrs. Arthur movement are now settled in
Robbins will be guest speaker. the kibbutzim.

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MRS. BRUCE A. SERWIN

In ceremonies last Sunday
evening, in the Michigan Union
Ballroom, in Ann Arbor, Sandy
Lee Kessel was joined in matri-
mony with Bruce Allen Serwin.
Rabbi Julius Weinberg, of Ann
Arbor officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kessel, of 911
Berkshire, Ann Arbor. Mr. Ser-
win is the son of the Harry P.
Serwins, of 189 Oneida, Pontiac.
The new Mrs. Serwin chose a
floor-length gown of sheer silk
organza, fashioned with a scoop-
ed neckline and short sleeves
of hand-clipped Chantilly lace
embellished with sequins. The
same lace and sequin motif was
carried out across the front of
the very full skirt and the
chapel train.
Complementing her gown, the
bride wore long, French kid
gloves, and carried a white or-
chid atop her white satin 'Bible.
Her silk illusion veil fell to her
fingertips from a cap of match-
ing lace and sequins.
Mrs. Douglas Taber, of Birm-
ingham, Ala., was matron of
honor, and bridesmaids were
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Mrs. Jack Kessel, Mrs. Jack
Chartock and Mrs, Robert Kraft,
all of Cincinnati. Janice Kraft,
of Cincinnati, was flower girl.
Richard Serwin was the bride-
groom's best man, while ushers
included Robert Greenburger
and Byron Gold, of Detroit, and
Charles Toby and Joel Thome,
of Pontiac.
A reception honoring the cau-
1 pie was held in the ballroom
after the ceremony. Following
a two-week honeymoon in Mi-
ami Beach, Fla., the couple will
;'take up residence at 11 Man=
chester Manor, Ann Arbor.

Passover Programs
Scheduled at Center

Older Adults at all three Jew-
ish Center buildings will hold
Passover programs with tradi-
tional holiday foods, and fea-
turing selections by the Older
Adult Choral Group.
A third Seder will be held
at the main building, 1 p.m.,
Thursday, with Haggadah and
Kiddush by Cantor Louis Klein,
and benediction and disCussion
of the holiday by Rabbi Israel
Halperin.
A third Seder at the Davison
'branch, at 8 p.m. Thursday,
will be conducted by Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel.
There, will be a Passover
supper party at the Ten Mile
Branch, at 8 p.m., April 25.
Jewish Parents Institutes has
prepared a new, revised adult
Haggadah.
Three special exhibits have
been prepared. A model Seder
table will be in the lobby; an
exhibit of Passover books is in
the library; and there is an ex-
hibit in the lobby show-case of
representative Passover items,
books and sacramental objects.

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