At a reception for the Hordeses at the home of Israel's
President Zalman Shazar, in Jerusalem, from the left: Mrs.
Morris Katz, Mrs. Hordes' sister; Mrs. William (Bella) Hordes,
William Hordes, President Shazar, Mrs. Zalman (Rachel)
Shazar, Dr. Reuben Katznelson, head of the anti-tuberculosis
movement in Israel; Zlata Katznelson, noted Israeli leader;
President Shazar's sister; Mrs. Reuben (Bathsheba) Katznelson,
former Knesset member.
William Hordes, Detroit Jew-
ish National Fund leader, on his
visit in Israel whence he re-
turned two weeks ago, was
strongly urged by President Sha-
zar and Speaker of the Knesset
Kaddish Luz to pursue his ef-
forts to assure the publication
of the records about the history
of the Jews in Bobruisk and its
Hordes, Shazar and Luz are
natives of Bobruisk. They were
among the active leaders in the
formation of a worldwide com-
mittee, of which Speaker Luz is
chairman and whose American
committee is headed by U. S.
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Naval Commander Joshua Gold-
berg, to sponsor the gathering
of facts about Bobruisk.
Urging all who may have
documents about Bobruisk and
other relevant material that will
assist in the publication of the
planned historical record of that
community's h i s t o r y, Hordes
asked that possessors of the re-
quested data should send it on
to him for submission to the
Hordes also urged that finan-
cial aid be given to this project
and that those desiring to aid
the project should send contri-
butions to the Bobruisk fund to
Hordes reported that Presi-
dent Shazar and Speaker Luz
spoke glowingly about the work
of the Jewish National Fund and
urged him to continue his JNF
efforts, especially among the or-
ganized labor and other Zionist
groups, upon his return to this
Explain Schism Over Jesus
Editor, The Jewish News:
Allow me to make some com-
ments on Dr. Eisandrath's call
for re-examining our attitude
1) It is still questionable
whether the Ecumenical Council
will indeed adopt the resolution
absolving Jews of the guilt of
2) The significance of Jesus
is entirely independent of the
leniency or stringency of the
c h u r c h's proclamations. If
Jesus is of significance to Jews,
then this obtained for the last
1963 years and an accomodation
should have been found at the
beginning of the Christian era.
If he was of no significance to
Jews in the past, then nothing
novel is being introduced at this
juncture to modify our views.
3) The reason for Judaism's
going its own way was that
Jesus' religion placed him out-
side the main stream of Jewish
tradition, which could only
lead to schism and division, as
in fact it did.
JOEL J. LITKE,
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FRANCES SHAPIRO of East-
ern Star, Purity Chapter, receiv-
ed her second award from the
group recently, for outstanding
charitable work hard to go by
unrecognized . . . Her first
award was a diamond star pen-
dant, and the second one is a
gold charm with the dove . . .
emblematic of the peace and
harmony which Frances contin-
JOSEPH RICH joined the
Crescent Shrine Bowling League
and after his first three games,
owned the "enviable" average of
Jerome Stasson, well known
violinist and conductor of the
Chadsey High School Orchestra
and the Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Youth Orchestra, has been ap-
pointed director of this season's
Detroit Honors Symphony.
The Symphony is comprised of
the best high school musicians.
Fred S h a f e, director of the
Cooley High School Orchestra,
was named co-director.
Among the students selected
to play in the Symphony are
Lucy Aptekar, bass; Dennis
Cohn, cello; Barbara Goldman,
violin; Carl Passal, cello; Nor-
man Letvin, clarinet; Donald
Schon, French horn; Michael
FEB. 28, 1947 . . . Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler remembers the time
he was approached by a gent
who welcomed him with, "My
but I haven't seen you in a long
time." . . . Rabbi Adler nodded
his head in plausable acceptance
and replied, "Well, that is un-
derstandable. You don't come to
shule and I don't go to night
AUG. 6, 1948 . . . Community
promotion man, Irving Bello,
is back home for a short stay
.. between towns . .. on his
tour with a "one-ring circus"
. . . Favorite story Iry tells took
place while circus was visiting
a town in the Kentucky hills
. . . The folks there recognized
all the instruments of the band
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FOUR. OF THE five members
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group that makes some real
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SGT. JIMMY SCHUSTER, in
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stationed in Germany, is with
the show "12 Men" entertain-
ing troops throughout Europe
. . It's now in France . . .
Jimmy is the son of Max D.
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31-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Fri day, December 6, 1963
Hordes Commissioned to Secure
Data About Bobruisk Communities