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May 19, 1989 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-19

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FRUIT MK
2 5 2 82 - Greenfield Rd.



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AT THE
LOWEST PRICES

Just North of 10 Mile

• 9684850 •

SAM'S FRUIT MARKET, formerly of West Bloomfield has now reopened in Oak
Park to serve all our old customers and new customers with the highest quality pro-
- duce at the lowest prices.
We would like to thank you for shopping with us in the past and hope to see you
in the near future.

Bernie's

BAGEL DOGS.,......... . . 99
HA IV CHEESE...........$6 993
SWEETGRAPEFRUIT........ .. 5/99e
LEAF LETTUCE.................39*
FRESH SPINACH .................49*

ea.

American Yellow or White

AME RIC AN
COLLEGES

lb. loaf

Indian River Red

Fresh

lb.

10 oz. pkg.

All Specials Good Through May 25th, 1989

SUPERIOR
FISH Co.

Sizzling Seafood
for the Grill

Flown in Direct

FRESH SOFT
SHELL CRABS

ROOT FOR
THE UNDERDOG

Hurt. alone, umvanted. They are

the victims of tragic accidents or
intention al cruelty. Unfortunately.
the Michigan Humane Society
handles scores of these sad cases
daily. receiving hundreds of calls
reporting animals in distress. Our
rescue vans are on the road thirteen
hours a day, seven days a week.
But our goal is amund- the-clock
vigilance. These rescue efforts
and medical attention take money.
More than we have. %t you
please help these underdogs?
They deserve a lighting chance.

Giveto the Michigan

Humane Sociefy.

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Exp 5-27-891

Fresh

Detroit
872.341X1
Westland
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052.7420

SALMON STEAKS

$ 7.5

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0 lb.

Exp. 5-27-89J

Fresh

HALIBUTT STEAKS

$5.95 lb.

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11 Mile

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House of Quality

Serving Metropolitan Detroit for Over 40 Years

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Parking in rear

Mon.-Wed. 8.5
Thurs. & Fri. 8.6
Saturday 8-1

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Celebrate Memorial Day With Our
American Flag Cake It's Great!

24370 W. Ten Mile Rd., Just W. of Telegraph

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FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1989

Certified Kosher
Metropolitan
Kashruth Council

355-0088

New Guide Highlights
College Campuses

MICHAEL FARBOWITZ

Special to The Jewish News

W

hen high school stu-
dents and their par-
ents search for col-
leges, they almost always con-
sult one of the many college
guides on the market. Bar-
ron's and Peterson's, among
others, provide all sorts of in-
formation on academic pro-
grams, housing and social life.
But where do students and
parents turn to find out about
Jewish life on campus?
That's what Florida
residents Lee and Lana
Goldberg wondered when
they accompanied their eldest
daughter, Marissa, on a tour
of colleges. Lee, an en-
docrinologist, and Lana, a
high school teacher, dis-
covered that when they ask-
ed college administrators
about Jewish activities on
their campuses, a treasure
trove of information was
available.
Because many people were
unaware of the wealth of in-
formation available, the
Goldbergs decided to publish
share the wealth of informa-
tion they had gathered in The
Jewish Student's Guide to
American Colleges, just
published by Shapolsky
Publishers, New York.
"We thought of it as a ser-
vice to the Jewish communi-
ty," Lana says of the three
years spent researching and
writing the 221-page soft-
cover guide.

The guide includes informa-
tion gathered from responses
of religious leaders at 93
selective, popular, secular col-
leges which have a reason-
able percentage of Jews
enrolled and to which Jewish
students are likely to apply."
This generally means a
school with a Jewish popula-
tion of at least 10 percent.
The Goldbergs also visited
many campuses and spoke
with students there. "Student
comments give a feel for the
place," Lana says.
Their guide includes infor-
mation on the number of
Jewish students on campus
and the percentage of the
total campus population,
kosher dining programs,
social and cultural oppor-
tunities for Jewish students,
Judaic courses and informa-
tion on religious services for
different religious groups.
The schools are are rated
based on availability of social,
cultural and educational op-
portunities on campus and
availability of kosher dining
and religious services,
primarily for Orthodox
students.
"We wanted to be sure that
Orthodox students knew
about services on campus,"
Lana says. But they also
found that "Conservative and
Reform parents were just as
concerned about Jewish ser-
vices."
The city or town in which a
college is located was also

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