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April 04, 1980 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-04

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Friday, April 4, 1980

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mr. and Mrs. Norman
A. Moss of Oak Park were
honored by relatives and
friends last week on the oc-
casion of their 30th wedding
anniversary. Their children
are: Cantor and Mrs. Usher
(Sherryl) Adler, David and
Mr. and Mrs. Victor (Becky)
Moss of Lexington, Ky. The
senior Mosses have two

170'

RIETS Offers Torah Progi'am
for Professional School Students

Activities in Society

grandchildren. On hand to
help the couple celebrate
were Mrs. Moss' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund
(Mary) Steinfeld of New
York.

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MISS ORMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Orman
of Windsor announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sandra Gail, to Jay
Lawrence Armeland, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hymie Arme-
land, also of Windsor.,
Miss Oiniari is a sopho--
more majoring in social
work at the University of
Windsor. Her fiance is a
senior at the U-W law
school.
A June wedding is
planned.

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NEW YORK — In a mod-
ern adaptation of an ancient
Judaic tradition, a hand-
picked group of young
graduate students and pro-
fessionals have paused in -
their career studies and
vocations to immerse them-
selves in Torah in the
Chaver Program at Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary (RIETS), an af-
filiate of Yeshiva Univer-
sity.
The Chaver Program,
begun in 1978, offers stu-
dents who do not plan on be-
coming rabbis the opportu-
nity to spend one year delv-
ing deeply into the world of
Judiac scholarship. Stu-
dents accepted into the pro-
gram take a year-long
'break between college and
graduate school, or from
their chosen professions, for
an intensive examination of
Jewish studies as they re-
late to their respective
careers.

Blase-Gordon

•Troth Is Told

Inflation Hedge?

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel's Central Bureau of
Statistics reports that Is-
raelis purchased 68 percent
more automobiles (a total of
36,000), and 70 percent
more televisions (129,000)
in the first nine months of
1979 when inflation was
greatest than they did dur-
ing the same period of 1978.

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SELLING OUT ENTIRE INVENTORY

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STERLING SILVER JEWELRY

EVERYTHING MUST GO!

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ALL SALES FINAL

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After the year of study,
which is offered tuition-
free, the Chaver candidate
continues a program of
Jewish studies on his own,
the curriculum organized
by the student working in
conjunction with RIETS fa-
culty members. At the time
he completes graduate
school, the student returns
to RIETS for a two to four
week period of summation
to gain the title "Chaver."
The title itself goes back
some two millenia and
evolved during the 18th and
19th Centuries into one
which denoted a signal
token of recognition of pi-
ety, exemplary scholarship,
and service to the Jewish
community.

There are six students
in the Chaver Program at
RIETS this year, includ-
ing David Foster of De-
troit, 20, a graduate of
Yeshiva College in 1979.
Foster will enter Colum-
bia University next year
to study business.
According to Dr. Norman
Lamm, president of Yeshiva
University, the program is
aimed at helping mold pro-
fessionals who will se
only a patient or a c
but a sensitive, feeling
human being."
"It is vital that the profes-
sional have a solid ground-
ing in Judaic law and
thought as the moral found-
ation of his career and as a
guidepost to his practice,"
Dr. Lamm states.

Group to Benefit
MS Victims to
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• Dr. Frank Butterworth of
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Oakland University, will
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The group benefits vic-
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The-public is invited, and
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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
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the engagement of their
daughter, Susan' Ann, to
Craig Jeffrey Gordon, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maury Gor-
don, also of Oak Park.
Miss Blase was graduated
from the University of
Michigan, where she re-
ceived a bachelor of arts de-
gree in education. Her
fiance was graduated from
Oakland University and
attends the College of Oste-
opathic Medicine and
Surgery in Des Moines,
Iowa.
An August wedding is
planned.

Cure for Cold?

REHOVOT (ZINS) —
Kibutz Netzer-Sereni is
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The machine is called
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utes.
The developers claim that
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effects or recurrence of the
cold.
They plan to market the
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