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February 07, 1964 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-07

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Dining Hall at Kfar Chabad, Israel,
Honors William Hordes' Name

Brenda Abramson
Wed to Fred Rosen

MRS. FRED ROSEN

Brenda Elaine Abramson be-
came the bride of Fred Rosen
in a double-ring candlelight
ceremony recently at the Ra-
leigh House. Rabbi Fram and
Cantor Orbach officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Max Abramson of Ohio
Ave. and the late Dr. Max
Abramson. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. Sam Rosen of
Chicago and the late Etta Rosen
The bride wore a lo n g-
sleeved gown of Alencon lace,
with satin skirt and train.
Her head was covered with a
Spanish mantilla, and she c,,,r-
ried a Bible trimmed with
orchids and Stephanotis.
Her attendants were her sis-
ter Judi Abramson as maid of
honor and another sister, Mrs.
Burril Fine of Toledo as matron
of honor.
Sandra Rosen, sister of the
bridegroom, was bridesmaid.
Jack Rosen, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Dr.
Burril Fine and Bob Siegal of
Chicago were ushers.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico the couple will live in
Chicago.

A large dining hall for stu-
dents attending the vocational
schools at Kfar Chabad, Israel,
will bear the names of Mr. and
I Mrs. William Hordes. Mr. Hordes
will be guest of honor at the
annual dinner of the Merkos
L'Inyonei Chinuch (Chabad Lu-
bavitch), Monday, Feb. 24, at
the Labor Zionist Institute. He
is being honored on his 70th
birthday for his dedicated serv-
ice to Jewish causes and espe-
cially to the Chabad Movement.
Mr. and Mrs. Hordes were in
Kfar Chabad on their recent
visit to Israel and were greatly
impressed by the growth of the
settlement and, especially, of
the vocational schools. More
than 6,000 students attend the
Chabad schools in Israel. The
vocational schools specialize in
training students in agriculture,
carpentry and printing. A new,
large printing plant has been
established there.
Besides the Hordes gift, De-
troiters have take the lead in
the development of Kafar Cha-
bad. The Beth Lazaroff Dormi-
t cry was built by the Schaver

Hadassah Seminar
Set for Group Boards

The annual midwinter sem-
roar of all Hadassah group
boards with the Detroit chapter
board will be Tuesday at Ha-
dassah House.
Brunch will be served at
11 a.m.
Rabbi Irwin Groner and Mes-
dames Arnold Feurring, Lewis
Grossman and William Shulevitz
will participate in a panel dis-
cussion on "Soviet Jewry . .
Past, Present, Future" with Mrs.
Morton Barnett as moderator.
The first lecture of Hadas-
sah's annual Town Hall Series
will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday
at Hadassah House. Albert
Elazar will discuss "Educa-
tional Facilities — Minority
Groups, Institutions."

The debut concert of the De-
troit Honors Symphony, under
conductor Jerome Stasson, will
be 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Community Arts Auditorium of
Wayne State University.
MR. AND MRS. HORDES
The orchestra will perform
and Lazaroff families in ► honor I compositions by Beethoven, Of-
of Mrs. Morris L. Schaver's par- fenbach, Mendelssohn, Gounod
ents. A synagogue is now being I and Chabrier.
The young people partici-
built in memory of Hannah
Lazaroff, Mrs. Schaver's mother. ' gating were selected through
The carpentry school was ex- competitive auditions from
panded with the help of the I high schools throughout the
Detroit Vocational School Com- city of Detroit. Co-conductor
mittee, headed by Harry L. is Fred Shafe.
I Carl Passal of Ford High
Schumer.
School is principal cellist. Bar-
Proceeds of the dinner on Feb.
bara Goldman is principal sec-
24 will go for financing other
ond violin. Also selected were
improvements at Kafar Chabad Norman Letvin, clarinet, of Cass:
and for the expansion of Camp
I Lucy Aptekar, string bass, of
Gan Israel, near Fenton, Mich.,
I Ford; and Dennis Cohen, cello;
which serves the Detroit area Edward Silverblatt. French horn.
and the Midwest. Charles E. and Michael Sheldon, viola, of
Feinberg is chairman of the Mumford.
camping committee, which estab-
This special concert is open
lished the camp here about two to the public without charge as
years ago.
part of the special abilities pro-
Rep. Seymour Halpern of gram of the Detroit Public
New York, who has fought Schools and with the coopera-
consistently against the Arab tion of Wayne State University.
boycott, will be the guest
speaker at the dinner. Paul
Hadassah Unit to Recall
Olefsky, nationally-known cel-
Roaring '20s Era at
list, will be the guest artist.
For reservations call 544-7168.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kush-
ner of Columbus, Ohio, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Andrea to Robert D.
Verona, son of Mrs. Sam Ver-
ona, 20422 Schaefer, and the
late Mr. Verona. Miss Kushner
attended Miami University at
Oxford, Ohio, and is now at-
tending Ohio State University.
Mr. Verona attended under-
graduate school at the Univer-
sity of Detroit and is now a
senior at the College of Osteo-
pathic Medicine and Surgery in
Des Moines, Iowa. The wedding
will be in June.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levenson,
24040 Seneca, Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Rheba to Albert Wein-
gust, son of Mrs. H. B. Wein-
gust of Windson, Ont., and the
late Mr. Weingust. A Feb. 16
wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. William Katz of
Santa Rosa Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Valerie to Perry Swartz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Swartz of
Ridgedale Ave., Oak Park. The
couple plans an April wedding.

Stasson to Conduct
Opening of Detroit
Honors Symphony

BRAVERMAN'S
KOSHER MEATS

5-6

Mr. Hordes was born July 3,
1893, in Cholui, near Bobruisk,
White Russia. He studied in the
Real Gymnasium and in the
Yeshivah of his home town and
was a student of the famous
Rabbi Volozhiner.
Coming to the United States
on Jan. 10, 1914, Hordes worked
at various jobs and studied to
acquire the language and cul-
ture of this country. He entered
the insurance business in 1919.
He was married to Bela Sava-
lewitz in 1917. They have two
sons, Earl, in the insurance busi-
ness here, and Herbert of Herz-
, lian, Israel, who is one of the
founders of the Supersol Israel
supermarkets, and a daughter,
Mrs. Edward Wishnetsky.
He is a former president of
the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Detroit, served as secre-
' tary of the Detroit Jewish Corn-
' munity Council, as treasurer of
the Zionist Council, as presi-
dent of Arlazaroff Branch of
Farband and has been active
in the Israel Bond Organization,
American Jewish Congress, Con-
gregations Ahavas Achim and
Beth Yehudah, Yiddish Folks
Farein, Histadruth, Poale Zion
and is a member of the execu-
tive of YIVO.

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tail buffet supper, fund-raising
event of the year, will be held
by Oak Park West Group, Had-
assah, 9 p.m., Feb. 15 at Temple
Emanu-El.
Dancing to Eddie Berg's or-
chestra and a floor show fea-
turing Hadassah members will
recapture the '20s era.
Cocktail buffet supper will
be served.
Roaring Twenties costumes
optional.
For information call Mrs.
Ted Wins, LI 7-9359, or Mrs.
Bernard Goldberg, LI 1-8209.

Partnerless Parents
Set Panel Discussion

"The values we raise our
children with," a panel discus-
sion, will be presented by Par-
ents Without Partners, in honor
of Brotherhood Week, 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Jewish Center.
Participating will be Judge
Ira Kaufman, Judge Wade Mc-
Cree and Mr. and Mrs. John
Shada.
The discussion is open to
prospective members.

Center Swimmers Join
Show Honoring 50th
Year of Water Safety

The Jewish Center was host
for the 50th anniversary dinner
and water show marking the
jubilee of Red Cross water
safety service Sunday night.
Water show director was Aud-
rey Holmberg. Jewish Center
swi mme rs who participated
were Jeff Jannett, Howard Lu-
piloff, June Graff, Diane Gross-
man, Sheila Sandubrae, Betsy
Coville, Margaret Tencer, Har-
riet Tencer, ILaur a Gilman,
Wendy Thorn, Suzanne Gold-
man, Joyce Buch, Leslie Car-
nick, Sharon Albert, Dee Ann
Emmer, Jaye Franklin and Jan
Rosen.
Citations for heroism were
presented to four p e r s o n s
trained in the Red Cross life-
saving program: Eva and Har-
riet Mathews, Donald Ford and
Purdy H. Green. The center is
an active participant in the Red
Cross program.

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