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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-01

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Friday, March 1, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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PEOPLE

We have been nominated to
accept reservations for the

WORLD ASSEMBLY
TO COMMEMORATE 40 YEARS
SINCE THE DEFEAT OF NAZI GERMANY
AND ITS SATELLITES
Israel — May 5-9, 1985

Radio Rabbi

Continued from Page 80

/

WEEK-END
TRIP
MARCH 22-24

Participants may register for one of three different tours.

For details and reservations please call:

Call for Additional Dates

GOLDSTEIN TRAVEL
559.2770

Lathrup Landing Plaza corner of Eleven Mile and Evergreen Road

ORCHESTRA SEAT
ROUND TRIP
MOTOR COACH
TWO NIGHTS HOTEL
TWO BREAKFASTS/
ONE DINNER

$160

!FULL DAYS / INIGHTS

1

BERKLEY TOURS
559-8620

S DAYS /4 NIGHTS

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)599 J369

PF/DIE OCC. MIN. ROOM • SHARES ARRANGED

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• All rooms feature color T.V., stereo & refrigerator •
Sandy beach • Night club • Olympic size pool • Tea
room • Seder services by Cantor • 3 meals daily •
Synagogue services

2 HOURS MORE OF SUNSHINE DAILY

SCHECHTER

This Passover enjoy a traditional atmosphere
that can only be found in a completely Sabbath and
Yom Toy observing hotel. That hotel is the luxurious

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31 St. at Collins Ave.

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PASSOVER

• Some rooms with balconies

• Gourmet Glat Kosher Cuisine
• Private M Weather
HOLIDAYS
Traditional Sedurim and Services
Tennis Courts
Conducted by CANTORS
• Star Studded Entertainment
• New Oceanfront Boardwalk
JACOB ERBLICH
• MEN'S & LADIES HEALTH SPA
and ROBERT VEGH
and SOLARIUM
An Experience You Won't Forget.

MARCH SPECIAL

Long Stay Rates on Request

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NEW YORK OFFICE: 718-258-8787

Your Host the BERKOWITZ Family

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• Wide Ocean Beach
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• Children's Recre-
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• On-Premises
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• Entertainment &
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• Delicious Cuisine
• Complimentary Tea
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Under Supervision of National Kashrutb

Headed by RABBI YACOV UPSCHUTZ

in Detroit, call Bob Torgrow, 313/584-5500 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

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or write Passover '85 Deauville • P.O. Box 402868
Miami Beach. Florida 33140

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• MUTED THERAPEUTIC WHIRLPOOL
• AM CONDITIONED & HEATED
• COLON TV & RADIO IN ALL ROOMS
• DELICIOUS KOSHER FOOD
• TENNIS AVAILABLE
• WE CATER TO ALL DIETS
CALL FREE to MIAMI BEACH

800
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SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT

OR

Entire Oceanfront Block
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Phone: 1305) 531-0061

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• Your hosts for a truly
Heimishe atmosphere:
Paul Rothenberg

Leo Gartenberg
Lou Mason

• Color TV/Stereo in all rooms
• Olympic size swimming pool
• Poolside bar
• Nightclub
• Glatt Kosher gourmet
breakfast & dinner daily;
3 meals on Shabbat
• Synagogue on premises

from $35 pp/night )

For Kosher Winter reservations
and information call:

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Three of the Kagan children, Chaya Devora, 6, Chana, 2, and Leah, 4
enjoy hearing their father read a story.

Yeshiva Band are featured on
the rabbi's shows.
"I use a religious message
that Judaism has a very
strong intellectual base,"
Kagan explains. "A rabbi who
talks tradition strictly doesn't
have to sound like an anac-
hronism. The Torah teachings
are eternally relevant."
By his own assessment, Ka-
gan's show is very much a "soft
sell." He explains, "I don't
come across preaching at all,"
but delivers his message
through story and narrative.
Rabbi Kagan was born in
England, which he left at age
18 to pursue religious studies
in Israel. He then went to New
York and Montreal, where he
received Rabbinic Ordination.
He came to Detroit in 1966.
Many people do not recog-
nize distinctions between the
Lubavitchers and other Or-
thodox Jews. Kagan explains
the Lubavitch philosophy as
"acknowledging no divisions
among Jews as people. We

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were all born the same, al-
though I may live more
Jewishly.
"There is no difference (be-
tween Lubavitchers and other
Orthodox Jews) as regards to
the basic observances. We-con-
sider Ourselves part of the
Torah-observant community
but our philosophy is a little
different.
"Our philosophy differs in
our outlook toward non-
religious Jews. We carry on
the tradition of the Baal Shem
Tov (the founder of Chasidism
in the 1700s) who really re-
vived the intrinsic Jewish
teaching that all Jews are the
same. There are Jews who ob-
serve more than others, but
every Jew has the same
heart."
Kagan feels that the
Chasidic community has had a
great impact on the Jewish
community as a whole. This
impact, he believes, has les-
sened the differences between
Jews.
"In the past, the 40s or 50s,
the yeshiva educated non-
Chasidic Jew would have
business dealings with non-
religious Jews but would
make no attempt to reach out
to them religiously," he says.
He is proud of his group for
several reasons. "Lubavitch
brought in outreach to ir-
religious Jews," and it is im-
portant to him that the
Lubavitchers have always
been proud to outwardly show
that they are Jewish.
"Lubavitchers are externally,
obviously Jews and we, as
Jews, attempt to get the entire
Torah observant community
to reach out to irreligious
Jews."
Kagan ,feels the Lubavitch
community is a non-
prejudiced group. "When I'm
together with a totally non-
religious friend, I feel nothing

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