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April 15, 1977 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, April 15, 1917

Students to Stage
Soviet Jewry Rally

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Mass.—Stu-
dents from about 100 east-
ern colleges and univer-
sities—led by Hillel mem-
bers from Brandeis and
American Universities—will
stage a rally in Washington
Wednesday to support the
struggle of Soviet Jews.

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Thai Princesses
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Editor-in-Chief
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(Copyright 1977, JTA, Inc.)

THE "LUBAVITCHER" AT 75: I am not a Hasid, but
I am impressed with the achievements of the. Luhavitcher
Hasidic movement in this country. I am also impressed
with the personality of the Luhavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Men-
achem M. Schneerson, whose 75th birthday is now being
festively marked by his followers all over the world.
What impresses me especially is the fact that the Luba-
vitcher movement is a people's movement. Unlike other
Hasidic sects, it does not expect the people to come to the
Rebbe, but reaches out to the masses.
The Luhavitcher movement is similarly appealing be-
cause its philosophy, while built on religion, is also based
on the cultivation of three worldly concepts—hokhma (wis-
dom), bina (understanding) and daat (knowledge). This ex-
plains why, in addition to being called "the Luhavitcher
Movement." it is also known as the ChaBaD movement. It
concentrates not only on teachings concerning man's rela-
tion to God but also man's humanity to man.
Rabbi Schneerson, the present Rebbe of the world-
wide Lubavitch-Chahad movement, is the seventh Rebbe
of the dynasty.

LUBAVITCHER IN U.S.: The Rebbe has never left
New York during the 27' years of his leadership of the
movement yet, he concentrated on developing massive
educational and social programs in this country and
abroad.
From his headquarters in Brooklyn he strengthens Jew-
ish education, Jewish identity and Jewishness in general.
Today one finds in numerous cities in the U.S. Luhavitcher
educational institutions ranging from kindergartens to all-
day schools, and from evening classes for adults engaged
in work during the day to religious classes for boys and
girls of the public schools during their "released time" ap-
proved by the Department of Education for religious in-
struction.
One also finds Luhavitcher youth centers and Chabad
houses in dozens of cities across the U.S., Canada, West
Germany, France, England, Belgium, Holland, Morocco,
Australia, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela and
other countries.
New dimensions have been reached by the Rebbe in es-
tablishing a "Jewish Peace Corps" of volunteer students
visiting farmers and Jews in small remote communities as
teachers, bringing with them textbooks and other educa-
tional material for parents and childreli. Millions of bociks,
magazines and pamphlets published by the Luhavitcher
movement in English, Hebrew and Yiddish reach Jews in
small towns on the East and West Coasts via Luhavitcher
bookmobiles which also carry lending libraries, juvenile li-
brary editions, materials for Jewish holidays and Jewish
religious articles.

LUBAVITCHER IN ISRAEL: I know of no other Hasid-
ic sect that has a street named after it in Israel. The Luba-
vitcher movement has. It is the Rehov Chabad ("The Cha-
bad Street") in the Old City of Jerusalem in the very
heart of the narrow streets of the Arab market.

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daughters of King Bhumi-
pol of Thailand were sched-
uled to visit Israel this
week for the first royal
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rindhorn, 20 and Chulab-
horn, 18, will be escorted
by an entourage of 15, tour-
ing the country over a 10-
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rusalem.
Before leaving for Israel,
Facio had been inscribed in
the JNF's "Golden Book"
by Israeli Ambassador
Hanan Olami and local Jew-
ish leaders.
The Costa Rican leader
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country and Israel were
"closer than ever." At a
state dinner, Facio ex-
pressed his support for Je-
rusalem remaining united
and the capital of Israel.

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WASHINGTON (JTA)-
President and Mrs. Jimmy
Carter participated in a
seder on the first night of
Passover at the Washington
apartment of his close
friend and counsel, Atlanta
lawyer Robert Lipshutz and
Mrs. Lipshutz.
Lipshutz, who was presi-
dent for three years of The
Temple, a Reform congre-
gation in Atlanta formed
two years after the Civil
War ended, led the service.
The Union of American
Hebrew Congregation's hag-
gadot which have been in
the Lipshutz family for
years, were used. Both the
President and Mrs. Carter
read from them at the serv-
ice. The usual symbols of
the Passover seder were in
evidence.
It is believed to have
been the President's first
seder, Mrs. Carter, how-
ever, had attended a seder
previously, at least once.
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