to See- Travel Film
THE EDIT. JEWISH NEWS
Rabbi Manis Friedman to Join Panel
on Lubavitcher Hasidic Philosophy
"Thailand, 'the Magnificent," a
color travel film with "Bob" Davis
as narrator. will be seen by-
Criterion Club 3 p.m. Sunday at
the Detroit - Art Institute.
The film is part of the "World
Adventure" „series sponsored - by
A motorcade will leave the Oak
Park Community Center parking
lot at 2 p.m.
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas, etc.
New Residences Planned in Gaza
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Gaza
military governernt is plannifig-
to construct four new residential
quarters in the Gaza Strip to fur-
ther thin out the densely populated
refugee camps, it was announced.
Two of the quarters will be
Built near the town of Gaza and
will be incorporated into it. The
others will be in Khan Yunis and
All three areas are thickly popu-
lated by refugees and have been
the source of terrorist activity
err, clerks, administrative work-
ers and employes of the United
Nations Relief and Works Agency
—to build their own homes assisted
by loans from the military govern-
ment. Each flat is estimated to
cost $1,200. of which $600 would
be in the form of a loan that will
become a grant if the families stay
in their new homes for at least
Since thinning-out operations be-
gan last year, terrorist activities
in the area were greatly reduced,
and security, health and sanitary
services in the refugee camps were
The military government also
plans to move Gaza Strip resi-
dents on a voluntary basis to
Meanwhile, Housing Minister
better living quarters on the West Zeev Sharef said that 500 apart-
ments will be built for Arab resi-
Plans call' for Gaza residents dents of East Jerusalem within the
who have some savings — teach- next two years.
Each of 'the three-room flats
will cost $18,000- with a $4,300 down-
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to `Swing'- Sunday
Continental Swingers, social club
for men and women age 40 and
up, will hold a dance 8 p.m. Sun-
day at Alvaro's, Royal Oak.
There will be prizes and music.
Nominal donation. Continental
Swingers is a division of Shalom
for young adults.
Rabbi Manis Friedman of St. "Real Hasidism:" (English text);
Paul will lead a panel of three and "Real Hasidism" (Hebrew
young Hasidic rabbis in a session, text).
"To Question a Rabbi," 9 pm.
For information, call the Luba-
Feb. 16, at the Lubavitch Center. vitch Center, 548-2666.
Rabbi Friedman, 27, is associate
director of the Lubavitch Founda-
tion Merkos House in the twin
cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul. He
serves as region-
al coordinator for
and campus ac-
tivities in the .
He often appears f
on college cam-
Saturday! 9:30 A.M. Shsrpl
puses and in syn-
Gathered from all Juliet Suburbans!
Clean out at
agogues of the
Sharing the Rabbi Friedman
panel with him will be Rabbis
Jacob N. Kranz, spiritual leader
of the Detroit Lubavitch Center,
and Rabbi Yitsohak M. Kagan,
coordinator of Lubavitch college
programs in Michigan. All men and
women, especially of college age,
are invited to challenge the panel.
"To Quesiton a Rabbi" is the
second of a three-part teach-
in program launched by the
Detroit Lubavitch Center. Part
one is an open lecture series,
including a talk by Dr. Velvel
W. Greene, "Why a Space Scien-
tist Became a Hasid," 8 p.m.
Feb. 16; and another by Dr.
Yitschak I. Block, "Why An
Aristotelian Philosopher Became
a Hasid," 8 p.m. Feb. 23.
Adult religion classes well be
held 8 p.m. March 6, 13, 20 and 27,
at the Lubavitch Center. The cours-
es offered are: The Hasidic Ap-
proach to Prayer and Meditation;
Kashrut—Rules and the Reasons;
The PaceSettent:eVeining, -one of the most Important meetings
of the 1972 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund, brought
Israel Ambassador to the US. Itiak Rabin to speak to 140 members
of the group last week at the Town and Country Club. Shown are,
(from left): Richard Sloan, co-chairman of the campaign; Paul
Zuckerman, national general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal;
Ambassador Rabin; Samuel Frankel, general campaign chairman;
and Paul Randleman, co-chairman.
Naught may endure but Muta-
Friday, January 28, 1972-33 -
JDL to Demonstrate
at Masonic Against
The Detroit chapter of the
Jewish Defense League will hold
protest demonstrations Feb. 6 at
Masonic Auditorium for the 3 and
8 p.m. performances of the Osi-
pov Balalaika Orchestra of Mos-
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Marilyn Betman, chairman of
the chapter, said that the JDL will
hold simultaneously a Freedom
for Soviet Jewry concert, includ-
ing Israeli dancing and Jewish
Two days earlier, the MSU
chapter of the JDL will demon-
strate against the orchestra's ap-
pearance on campus.
The MSU chapter threatened to
hold a demonstration on Jan. 13
at the office of Ken Beachler,
scheduling director of the concert
series, to demand that the Feb.
4 performance be canceled.
In a letter to Beachler, Richard
()mark, chairman of the IVSU
chapter of JDL, wrote: "We
must request that the above sche-
duled performance be canceled
because of the many restrictions
placed on Russian intellectuals,
the repression of Soviet Jews as
well as the very severe hardships
placed on Soviet Jews who wish
to immigrate to Israel."
However, according to the chap-
ter, the demonstration on the 13th
was postponed when Beachler
promised JDL students an oppor-
tunity to meet with the Lecture-
Concert Series Advisory Council
at the end of January to discuss
omission of Soviet performances
in future scheduling.
If this is agreed upon by the
council, the students will re-
frain from demonstrating at
Reachler's office; but the chapter
said it will demonstrate on the
4th against the orchestra.
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