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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-29

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Under the title "The Growth
of Self-Insight," Wayne State
University Press has issued an-
other volume of Franklin Me-
morial Lectures in Human Re-
lations.
Prof. John M. Dorsey, who
was the holder of the Le6 M.
Franklin Memorial Chair in
Human Relations at WSU, for
1956-60, edited this volume,

Hillel Yavneh Group
to Present Lecture by
Lichtenstein on Torah

The Yavneh Gran') at the
Wayne State University Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation "will -
present a public lecture 7:30
p.m. Monday in the Chase Room,
Mackenzie Student. Center, 5050
Cass.
Dr. Aharon Lichtenstein of
New York will speak on "Torah
Study in A Secular World." He
is professor of English at Stern
College and director of the
graduate Talmud program at the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theolog
ical Seminary of Yeshiva Uni-
versity. The lecture is open to
the public without charge.
Yavneh, National Religious
jeWish Students Association, is
operating as a special interest
group within the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation on a number
of campuses by an arrangement
with the national Hillel office.
Faith Hertz is chairman of the
group at Wayne Hillel.

Teen Oneg Shabbat
Set at Beth Abraham

The Youth Commission of
Cong. Beth Abraham has ar-
ranged an Oneg Shabbat for
teenagers at 5 p.m.. Saturday at
the synagogue.
Members of the Leadership
Training Group, Teffilin Club,
and the Consecration and Bar
Mitzvah Classes of 1963 have
been invited to participate to-
gether with their i n v i t e d
friends.
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern will
conduct a seminar on "The
Sabbath — Iits Me a n i n g for
Youth" and -all teenagers will
join in the Minchah service,
Seudah Shlishit and Maariv
service. A special —Havdalah
service will be conducted by the
members of the synagogue's
youth groups.
Willie Opperer and Philip
Rosenzweig are co-chairmen of
the Youth Commission, and
Frank Leiderman is the con-
gregation's youth director.

Hebrew-Yiddish Shule
Plans Model Seder

which includes a series of lec-
tures by Dr. Harold A. Basilius,
director of WSU Press; Dr. Mil-
ton Rosenbaum, chairman of the
department of psychiatry at
Albert Einstein College of Med-
icine at Yeshiva University;
Prof. Bernard- Mayo of the Uni-
versity of Virginia and Dr.
Wilbert Snow, "Poet of the
Maine Coast."
In his essay on "The Growth
of Self-Insight," Prof. Dorsey
delves into the humaneness
and language of insight, its
learning process, the roles of
educator and physician. He
submits: "The law governing
the development • of humane-
ness is: . conseious living of
one's world as constituted of
one's own human being."
Dr. Dorsey asserts that
"knowledge exists only as evi-
dence of a life, as a sign of a
human being. Scientific knowl-
edge is founded upon observa-
tion. Every observation is the
observer's own mental product."
"Goethe's Conception of Indi- .
viduality and Personality" is the
subject of Dr. Basilius' essay.
Dr. Mayo wrote on Thomas
Jefferson's Faith in Human In-
tegrity." Dr. Rosenbaum's topic
is "The Whole Individual: A
Health View," and Dr. Snow's
"Individuality in the Work of
Ralph Waldo Emerson."
The Franklin Memorial Lec-
tures are co-sponsored by Tem-
ple Beth El and Wayne State
University in tribute to the
memory of Dr. Franklin.
`Psychoanalytic Appreciation'
Essay by Prof. J. M. Dorsey
An essay by Prof. John M.
Dorsey, "A Psychoanalytic Ap-
preciation of American Govern-
ment," which appeared in Ameri-
can Imago, has been reprinted
for distribution as a pamphlet.
In this essay, Prof. Dorsey
deals with issues relating to
American education; leadership,
representative government, ma-
jority rule and equality.

Cong. Bnai Moshe, which re-
cently voted to affiliate with the
United Synagogue of America,
will formally receive its charter
at a special late Friday night
service 8:15 p.m. today.
The presentation will be made
by T. George Sternberg of Bay
City, president of the Michigan
Region of the United Syna-
gogue, and will be accepted by
Rabbi Moses Lehrman and
Norbert Reinstein, president of
Bnai Moshe. Hazan Louis Klein
will chant the service.
A kiddush will be served at
the conclusion of the -service by
Mrs. James Sobel and her chil-
dren in honor of Mr. Sobel's
75th birthday.



The Bnai Moshe Religious
School Parent-Teacher Organiza-
tion will hold a Passover work-
shop 10 a.m. Sunday at the syna-
gogue. Rabbi Moses Lehrman
will discuss the laws and cus-
toms of the holiday. Recipes will
be distributed. Other Passover
articles will be available.

"Show Them The Way Where-
in They Must Walk and The
Work That They Must Do" will
be the theme of the annual 1963
spring conference of the Michi-
gan Branch of the National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America, to be
held April 22 and 23 at the Beth
Israel Synagogue in Flint, an-
nounced Mrs. Isadore Leeman,
president.
Michigan Branch represents
16 Conservative sisterhoods and
over 4,000 women throughout the
state.
The highlight of the confer-
ence will be the presence of . Mrs.
Albert Fried, president of the
National Women's League • of the
United Synagogue of America.
Mrs. Fried will speak at the gen-
eral session on "Self-Improve-
ment for You Through Your
Sisterhood." At the Monday eve-
ning banquet she will present
the keynote address, "It's No
Secret ; It's -A Way of Life."
Mrs. Jack Shenkman of De-
troit is the conference chairman
and is in charge of the workshop
presentations.

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Will Receive United
Synagogue Charter

The Hayim Greenberg He-
brew-Yiddish Shule will have a
model Seder 1 p.m. April 7 at
the Hayim Greenberg Center.
Friends are invited. The pro-
gram wlil consist of students
reading the original Haggadah House of Shelter Will
and singing Pesach songs. .The Open Pesach Kitchen
youngest class wil Task the
Acting president Morris Dorn
"Four Questions" Symbolic
announces the Jewish House of
Passover food will be served by Shelter, Hachnosas Or c him,
the PTA.
(1620 Taylor), kitchen will be
open for transients and patients
Wayne State Hillel
of Lapeer, Northville, Wayne
County General and Ypsilanti
Serves Pesach Lunch
Since Passover this year falls State hospitals, as well as for
during the school term, the many local needy men, begin-
Wayne State University Bnai ning with the first Seder, April
Brith Hillel Foundation will 9, throughout the entire Pesach,
, provide lunches at nominal cost under the supervision of Mrs.
on Erev Pesach and Chol Morris Dorn, president of the
Hamoed (April 8 and 11-12). Ladies' Auxiliay of the Jewish
Interested persons are request- House of Shelter.
The House of Shelter is an
ed to call. TE 1-0129.
agency supported by the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation. The
Bnai Moshe to Hold
director is Harold Silver.

Passover Workshop

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The Hebrew High School Stu- of Jeannie Floch as editor of
dent Council has set a goal of the school newspaper and an-
$350 for the annual Allied Jew- nual. She will be assisted by
Diane Levine, co-editor.
ish Campaign, to include the
United Welfare Allocation of
75 per cent of the contributions
and 25 per cent for additional
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Downtown Synagogue_
Plans April 9 Seder

Isaac Agree Downtown Syna-
gogue will hold its third con-
gregational Seder 7 p.m. April
9 at the Henrose Hotel. Rabbi
Noah M. Gamz will officiate.
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1 3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, M arch 29, 1963

Hebrew High Sets Goal for Campaign

Franklin Memorial Lectures Volume United Synagogue
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Edited by Prof. John M. Dorsey

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