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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-03

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Jewish Mysticism
Course Offered

Community Calendar

The joint elective program Jan. 6—Hadassah Board
of Temple Beth El and Cong.
meeting 12:30 p.m.
Beth Israel is offering a
home of Barbara
course entitled "Practical
Schafer, 1089 Spring-
Aspects of Jewish Mysticism
borrow.
or What's Jewish About Yo-
—Senior
Boys' Basket-
ga?" to be. held 11:05 a.m.
ball Game, 7 p.m.,
Sundays beginning Jan. 26 at
Whittier Junior High
Beth Israel.
School.
This course will include
7—Hadassah Evening
meditation exercises in
Group meeting, 8
achieving calmness, motiva-
p.m., home of Andi
tion and spiritual enrich-
Silverman, 3118 Stev-
ment; exploration of the
enson.
Jewish viewpoint on extra-
—Bnai Brith meeting,
sensory perception, the im-
8 p.m., Howard John-
mortality of the soul, and hu-
son's East.
man re-incarnation with sup-
8—Beth Israel Sister-
portive opinions of Jewish
hood luncheon, 12:30
sages and scientists.
p.m., synagogue.
—Hasidic Happening, 8
The text to be used was
p.m., Cong. Beth Is--
written by the teacher, Mel-
rael.
ba Krause. The course is
9—Beth Israel board
open to adults and post-con-
meeting, 8 p.m., sy-
firmation students only. For
nagogue.
information, contact F. Pin-
—Joint Board of Edu-
has Fellus, director.
cation meeting, 8
p.m., Cong. Beth Is-
• rael.
—Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary meeting, 8
p.m., River Forest
Sign up for
club house.
U. S. Savings Bonds, --
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Hadassah Evening Group

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the 4th through 9th grades
beginning 2:30 p.m. Jan. 12
at Town and Country Lanes
and continuing every other
Sunday. There is a nominal
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Those interested in partic-
ipating may call Blanche En-
gelman, chairman, 238-7510,
or the Council office, 767-
5922. Co-chairman is Sandy
Reznick. Parents are urged
to volunteer as scorekeepers
or helpers.

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LUBAVITCH MONTH

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Sports Beat

The men's basketball team
of the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council beat Foss Ave-
nue Baptist Dec. 21 by a
score of 46-42. The men will
play Assumption Greek Or-
thodox 8 p.m. Jan. 11, at the
YMCA.
The senior boys' team won
its game against First Pres-
byterian by a score of 49-38.
Their next game will be
played 7 p.m. Monday at
Whittier Junior High School.

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The Hasidic Happening, the
fir*Iprogram in Spectrum '75
series, will be held 8 p.m.
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Is-
rael. This special event, re-
scheduled from Dec. 4, will
be followed by a reception at
the synagogue, at which
members of the Flint com-
munity will welcome mem-
bers of the Hasidic Happen-
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at ing cast.
the home of Andi Silverman,
Chairmen of the ticket
3118 Stevenson. A discussion
committee are Helen Aren-
on Master's and Johnson's son and Eleanor Winston.
"Human Sexuality" will be
of the cultural corn-
held with Dr. Stephen Wal- Members
mittee
are
Dorothy Berman,
ters. Anyone interested in at- Hilda Conn,
Elk, Flor-
tending may call Donna Koe- ence t pstein, Rose
Mollie Epstein,
nig, 743-3173.
Stewart Epstein, Miriam Got-
lib, Arlene Harris, Bess Hu-
Cong. Beth Israel Sister- rand, Betty Indianer, Rabbi
hood will have a luncheon Gilbert Kollin and Esta Mit-
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the chell.
synagogue. Melba Krause
Also Zena Moss, Marlene
will lead a discussion of yoga
Rosenbaum, Chickie Seide,
and mysticism.
Rosabeth Schupack, Rabbi
*
Gerald Schuster, Eli Shapiro,
Flint Jewish War Veterans Gladys Shapiro, Robert Sil-
Auxiliary members, Barbara verman, Florence Tucker,
Yale and Shirley Winston, Manya Weinstein, Joyce Wes-
hosted a party for 48 girls ton and Ellen Wolin.
recently at the Lapeer-Oak-
Tickets for the entire Spec-
dale Home Training Center.
Each girl was given a neck-
lace and goodies.

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The philosophy of Chassidism was founded in the early 18th century by Rabbi.
Israel Baal ShemTov and when Jews were persecuted, bounded by ghetto walls
and began to feel.the deep depression of social inferiority, Chassidism lifted
their souls above the walls to heights of joy Utained through fulfilling
Divine commands, prayer and sublimation of living for a higher purpose.

Chabad, meaning Wisdom, Understanding and Knowledge, was combined with the
Chassidic philosophies by Rabbi Schneur Zalman, in a small Russian town called
Lubavitch in 1772 and it was known as Lubavitcher Chassidim.

Under the dynamic leadership of the present Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem
Mendel Schneerson, these beliefs have sunk deep and fruitful roots, particularly
in the United States, and he has received accolades for his great humanitarian
and spiritual accomplishments by the P!esident of the United States and by the
governors, senators, congressmen and mayors of our major states and cities.

During the month of January, twenty-five years of the Rebbe's leadership will
be celebrated around the world, and will be marked in Michigan by a series of
"HASSIDIC HAPPENING" concerts in Detroit (on January 7th at Ford Auditorium),
in Flint (on January 8th), in East Lansing (on January 9th at Engineering Hall),
and in Ann Arbor (on January 12th at the Mendlesohn Theatre).

Rabbi Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbc, has called for all Jewish women and
girls--even the very young--to help combat the increased moral darkness in socie,
by kindling the Sabbath candles every Friday before sunset.

Therefore, I, William G. Milliken, Governor of the State of Michigan, do hereby
declare the month of January, 1975 as Lubavitch Month in Michigan, and urge all
citizens to give special congratulations to Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, the
Lubavitcher Rebbe, for a quarter-century of outstanding leadership and achieve-
ments in helping maintain and preserve the highest ethical, moral and spiritual
standards of our nation.

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