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July 25, 1980 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, July 25, 1980

Plant Employs Retired Workers

Jewish Students at Oakland
Serve as Information Source

Celia Parnis
Plans to Marry

JERUSALEM — A opened in Kiryat Gat.
The plant has flexible
clothing manufacturing
plant that employs a high shifts to allow the
percentage of formerly re- employees to work less than
tired workers has been eight hours a day.

The Jewish Students
Organization at Oakland
Universtiy is a "special
interest cultural education
group" formed four years
TONIGHT..'.
ago on the -Rochester cam-
pus.
LET THE CHEF COOK!
According to Judy Teller,
adviser for the past two
years, the group has two
main goals: Meeting the
needs of the Jewish stu-
Chef Boy-ar-dee' Cheese Ravioli in sauce
dents and serving as a
source of information for the
Italian deliciousness **to go: .
rest of the university.
Tender Ravioli (kreplach) stuffed
It has already received
with cheese and smothered in The
two awards from the uni-
MISS PARNIS
versity "for the high quality
Chef 'S own tempting tomato sauce
Its like "ordering up - direct
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parnis of its programming." The
from Italy. Just heat it. serve it—
of Livonia announce the organization is funded by
then sit back and take credit for it.
engagement of their daugh- the Jewish Welfare Federa-
ter, Celia Anne, to Dr. Lee tion as an outreach program
You can serve Kreplach Italiano
Robert Silverman, son of of the Bnai Brith Hillel
as a quick. nourishing lunch or as a
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sil- Foundation at Wayne State
hearty dinner.
University.
verman of Southfield.
So, relax tonight. Get Cheese Ravioli
The programming is
A
September
wedding
is
from The Chef .. Chef Boy-ar-dee'-`-- -
directed mainly toward
planned.
of course. Bravo!
issues that reflect the
Virtue alone outbuilds values, concerns and
the pyramids.
commitments of the
Jewish community.
Recent events have in-
cluded a lecture by an ex-
Moonie, a free Passover
lunch in the dorms and
6718 Orchard Lake Rd. 851-8020
Oak Park Hours
sponsorship of a "Hunger
Orchard Lake Rd. Hours
13905 W. 9 Mile Rd. 399-9699
Daily 7-6
Awareness Day," in which
Daily 9 A.M.-8 P.M.
funds for Cambodian relief
Sunday 6-5
Sunday 8 A.M.-6 P.M. We carry a full line of Deli items
were raised. The JSO also
held several activities
which revolved around the
Holocaust.
Most of the programs are
held at the student center to
jar
reach as many people as
possible. The JSO adviser
says that many times she is
the first Jew 'an Oakland
MOTHER'S
University student has met.
sticks 1 lb. pkg. 19
Once, when she was man-
ning an information table, a
soft in tubs 89%.
Saudi Arabian student in-
troduced himself to her. He
walked away scratching his
head, saying must tell my
MARLA
wife I met a Jew,' " she re-
calls.
Often times students drop
into the JSO office. For two
lb.
years Mrs. Teller, who holds
a master's degree in social
work, has met with a Jewish
girl involved with religious
sects. "I give her light
Golden's
things to read that will
make an impression; then
we have a discussion," she
explains.
JSO members repre-
sent all different seg-
U.S. No. 1
ments of the campus
community. Some are
Soviet immigrants ex-
periencing. Judaism
openly for the first time.
Others are freshmen ad-



KREPLACH ITALIAN

justing to university life
in a city with a small
Jewish population.
For information on the
JSO, contact Oakland Uni-
versity's program office,
377-2100.

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.

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c

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3

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3 for

$ 1 19

SPECIALS GOOD THRU THURSDAY, JULY 31

Seniors to Hear

C

Sen. Doug Ross

lb.

The Senior Men's Club of
Southfield is hosting a lec-
ture open to all seniors at 1
p.m. Wednesday at McDon-
nell Towers.
State Sen. Doug Ross will
speak on the implications
for seniors of proposed tax
changes that are being con-
sidered for the November
election.

The lion and the calf
shall lie down together, but
the calf won't get much
sleep.
—Woody Allen

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