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March 12, 1976 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-12

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Strain your ears to hear
the words of the wise.
(Proverbs 22.)

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U M Chabad House Dining Room

ANN ARBOR — A mul-
ti-faceted function held here
Sunday afternoon empha-
sized the new importance
gained on the University of
Michigan campus by the
Chabad Lubavitcher move-
ment.
Primarily, the event, held
at Chabad House, 715 Hill
St., was the dedication of
the Robert and Pearl Ruch
Dining Room in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Ruch, who
have been in the forefront of
the supporters of the move-
ment.
Emma Schaver, another
of the major affiliated lead-
ers of Chabad, presented to
Mr. and Mrs. Ruch an Is-
raeli Megilla.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruch also
were presented with a gift
by associates in the metal
industry.
The event was utilized
for the presentation of
Purim entertainment that
was marked by reveletory
traditional Purim parody
with special emphasis on
student experience and a
lesson on a youth's trans-
formation from a drug ad-

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diet into an observant
Chabadnik.
Also in evidence at the
event was the participation
of student representatives
as an indication of the
growth of the Chabad pro-
grams on the campus. With
some 50 students already
taking part in Chabad
classes, the Lubavitch tasks
have gained status.
Under the tutelage of
Rabbi Yakov Goldstein and
Yitschak Lipszyc, students
have joined in classes in To-
rah, Talmud and related
subjects.
Rabbi Goldstein also has
a credit-bearing U. of M.
class in Hasidut.
The principal address at
Sunday's function which
was attended by some 60
guests from Detroit, Flint
and nearby communities,
was delivered by Mel Wax-
man of Cleveland, an active
leader in Federation and his
community's Chabad move-
ment. He substituted for
Irving I. Stone, president of
American Greeting Card
Corp. and chairman of
Chabad of Cleveland, -who
was unable to come due to
the illness of his wife.
Waxman spoke of the
urgency of involving youth
in Jewish identifications
and providing spiritual
substitutes to prevent al-
ienation. The joint state-
ment read by Waxman
representing his and
Stone's views, gave an
account of Chabad
achievements, of the suc-
cesses in reaching out to
youth and the dire necess-
ity of strengthening the
movement that has made
inroads in youth circles
and is succeeding in over-
coming the deviations,
drug addictions and indif-
ference to Jewish needs
and obligations.
David Her-melin presided
at the function and appealed
for added funds to furnish
the Chabad House and to
provide the necessary corn-
forts to attract the Jewish
students.
Irwin I. Cohn, in an ad-
dress greeting the event,
paid his respects to the Cha-
bad religious leaders and
commended them for their
dedications to Chabad
which he described as one of
the-most effective move-
ments reviving Jewish spir-
itual growth in Michigan

Better is the rebuke of a
wise man than the song
(praise) of fools. (Eccle-
siastes 7.)

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communities.
Participants in the pro-
gram included Harold Platt
and Al Rosenberg.
The hilarious 'Purim
Shpiel which entertained
the audience was prepared
by Rabbi Yitshak M. Kagan,
a member of the rabbinic
staff of the Chabad move-
ment in Michigan.

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