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November 28, 1980 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-28

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Friday, November 28, 1980 49

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By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)

There are currently
Lubavitch representatives
at more than 200 colleges
and universities in the
United States and Canada.
Rabbi Shmuel Butman,
director of the Lubavitch
Youth Organization, said
the representatives func-
tion at colleges of all types
and sizes. More than 100
young Lubavitch profes-
sionals serve in the colleges,
part-time and full-time.
Butman declared that the
movement operates perma-
nent facilities at more than
50 American campuses. The
range is from fully-
equipped "Habad" houses,
to store front - and

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Some 1,687 new immig-
rants arrived in Israel last
month, compared to 1,525 in
September, the Jewish
Agency reported. The
largest group of immig-
rants, 394, came from the
Soviet Union, and 267 came
from the United States.
In the first 10 months of
this year some 18,869 im-
migrants arrived in Israel, a
drop of 40 percent from the
same period last year when
31,666 immigrants arrived.
The decrease was among
Soviet immigrants — 7,160
compared to 14,654 in the
first 10 months of 1979, a
decrease of more than 50
percent.
A slight increase was re-
corded in the number of
immigrants from Romania:
some 889 in January-
October, 1980, compared to
717 in the same period last
year.

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batting cults is a high prior-
ity effort of Lubavitch
representatives.
An important adjunct to
the on-campus Lubavitch
activities is a yearly mid-
winter "Encounter with
Habad," held in Brooklyn's
Crown Heights section, the
international headquarters
of the Hasidic movement.
The encounters — one for
men and a separate one for
women — draw college stu-
dents from all parts of the
United States, Butman
said.
This year, the first
weekend, Dec. 18-21, will be
for women. The second, Dec.
25-Dec. 28, will be for men.
Butman said the weekends
offer a Shabat experience
for participants with a
Hasidic family, plus work-
shops, seminars and
entertainment.

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of the Department of Phi-
losophy at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity in Israel, has been ap-
pointed to the Rabbi Arthur
D. Kahn Chair in Hebrew
Literature at Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
The Rabbi Kahn Chair
was established through a ,
major gift from members
and friends of Cong. Bnai
Emunah of Tulsa, Okla., in
honor of its spiritual leader,
who has served the congre-
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fraternity-type facilities.
Lubavitch activities on
campus include pro-
vision of kosher foods
through vending
machines, such as those
at UCLA and State Uni-
versity of New York
(SUNY in Buffalo);
kosher cafeterias, such
as those at McGill Uni-
versity and the Univer-
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grams; weekday and
Sabbath services; and a
host of other activities,
including combatting the
role of Palestine Libera-
tion Organization influ-
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ganzing solidarity rallies
for French Jewry, which
was recently under phys-
ical assault in French
cities, Butman said.
Accredited courses in
Jewish and Hasidic philos-
ophy are given in many
Habad houses, he reported,
stimulating students to
earn college credits while
enlarging their Jewish
backgrounds. He said many
Habad house directors are
university chaplains and
faculty members.
Butman said that corn-

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