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February 22, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-22

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The Detroit Chapter Bran- deis board will meet at 10:30
deis National Women's C orn- a.m. the same day and will be
mittee will honor its new mem- addressed by Marie Syrkin, pro-
fessor of humanities at Bran-
bers at a luncheon meeting deis University. A well-known
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home editor, author and lecturer,
of Mrs. Jerry Bielfield, 19430 Miss Syrkin will be in town to
speak for the Histradrut Cam-
Suffolk.
Membership chairman Mrs. paign workers.
Arthur Bloom and Mrs. Harold
Kukes are in charge of arrange-
ments.
atering,
Following. luncheon, Mrs. Mil-
dred Perlis, marriage counselor,
by
will address the group on "Mod-
ern Marriage for Modern Men
/fringe,
and Women."
8920 W. 7 MILE
Mrs. Eugene P. Sims, presi-
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AT WYOMING
dent, announces that the Bran-

Daroff to Head.
Nationwide AZC
Israeli Events

Samuel H. Daroff, of Phila-
delphia, will serve as national
chairman for the Observance of
the 15th anniversary of Israel's
Independence Day sponsored by
the American
Zionist Coun-
i 1, coordinat-
ing body of all
Zionist organi-
zations in this
country, ac-
cording to an
announcement
by Rabbi Irv-
ing Miller,
chairman of
the Council.
T h e member-
ship of the na-
tional anniver-
sary committee
headed by Dar-
off will com-
prise leading
figures in all
walks of life Daroff
from various parts of the coun-
try.
The 15th Israel Independence
Day anniversary celebrations in
this country will be ushered in
by a concert feStivat and cul-
tural program
28, on the eve of aiaell-s---Inde-
pendence Day, "at the Philhar-
monic Hall in the newly built
Lincoln Center fOr the 15erform-
ing Arts, New. York City.
Under the Hebrew calendar
(Iyar 5) the anniversary this
year falls on April 29.
Similar celebrations are sched-
uled to be held the same evening
in other major American • com-
munities across the country, it
was further announced. A date
will be set soon for Detroit's
celebration.

Dr. Herbert Blooin
to Address Council
of Jewish Women

Dr. Herbert Blooin, chief of
the division of dental and oral
surgery at Sinai Hospital, will
speak at a dessert luncheon
meeting of the Detroit Section
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women 12:30 p.m. March 4
at Shaarey Zedek Synagogue.
Bloom will relate his experi-
ences on the Hope Ship. Dr.
Bloom's special interest is to
establish a program of dental
internship, . providing advanced
training for foreign dental grad-
uates.
The scholarship program
Bloom hopes to achieve is much
like the internatiotial program
Council has sponsored since the
end of the war. the, recipients
of Council's SCholarshipa must
promise to return to their honie-
land to share the knowledge
they have gained studying in
the fields of education, public
health and social service.

Center Shutterbugs
to Shoot Live Models

The Jewish Center Camera
Club will have a shooting ses-
sion with live modelS 8 p.m.
Monday at the Ten Mile Branch
of the Center, 15110 W. Ten
Mile, Oak Park. Everyone inter-
ested in photography is wel-

come to attend.

ish Mysticism and Modern Psy-
chiatry," Dr. Kaplan outlined
the symbolism of mysticism, de-
clarhig that life itself depends
on it.
"The Jewish mystic devel-
oped metaphysics so that every
fragment of it is a spark of the
divine fire and every clinker
has some glow of the divine,"
Prof. Kaplan said. "Even the
most trivial thus become en-
dowed with greater signific-
ance."
His address was anecdotal
and he told numerous Hasidic
tales and parables which de-
lighted the audience.
His paeans to Hasidism were'
marked by his evaluation of
Psychiatric approaches today
with those which proved so pow-
erful in the Hasidic movement.
Jewish mysticism, he stated,
"has the capacity to share in
the work of Creation." He added
that Hasidism came with a mes-
sage that no one is superior,
that when two Jews stand side
by side in equality there is the
Shekhina."
Prof. Kaplan was introduced
by Dr. Martin Naimark. Brief
addresses were delivered at the
dinner by Dr. Aaron Blake,
president of Alpha Omega, who
spoke of the fraternity's deep
interest in Jewish communal
affairs, and Dr. Henry Green,
the fraternity's new regent. The
invotion and the reciting of the
Hamotzi was by Dr. Emanuel
Feldman.

C

Si

MISS LEATRICE TUCKER

NATHAN & IRVING S

At a recent cocktail party,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tucker of
Tracey Ave. announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Leatrice, to J. Michael Mak-
rouer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Kaminsky of Oakman
Blvd.
A June 30 wedding is
planned.

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•Good Friday, Saturday and Sunday 0,14 , 1

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 22, 1963

Prof. Abraham Kaplan, now
on the faculty at UCLA, who
will join the department of
philosophy at the University of
Michigan in the fall of this
year, in an address delivered
at a dinner of Detroit Alumni
Chapter of Alpha Omega Fra-
ternity, Wednesday, at Raleigh
House, spoke in glowing terms
of the Hasidic contributions to-
wards a joyous acceptance of
life's responsibilities.
Speaking on the topic "Jew-

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Brandeis Women Will Honor New
Members at Luncheon Meeting

17

Symbolism of Hasidic Mysticism
Tucker-MA/-67"er
Acclaimed by Dr. Abraham Kaplan Engagement Told

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