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May 07, 1993 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-07

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Fill it up
for lease.

The new EuroVan GL.

Open wide and say ahhh. Because now the
EuroVan GL is empty, it's still loaded.
van with more interior room than any mini-
Front and rear air conditioning units, power
van is available for a special lease rate of
windows, cruise control, a central locking
only $299 a month.
system, front-wheel drive and fully indepen-
So now there's more room to take every-
dent suspension are all available through
thing with you when you leave it all behind.
this special lease. Take a look at the new
And since EuroVan is actually
EuroVan at your
shorter than most mid-size cars,
Volkswagen retailer
it's easy to drive.
today. And try one
M onth*
Best of all, even when
on for size.

299

buburban

649-2300

AT THE TROY
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'53,185 DOWN PAYMENT, 5298.77 FIRST MONTH'S PAYMENT AND $300 REFUNDABLE SECURITY DEPOSIT DUE AT LEASE INCEPTION. Offered to qualified
customers by VW Credit. Inc. through participating retailers until 9/30/93. 48-month closed-end lease. Price based on $21,845 MSRP of a EuroVan GL with power win-
dows, central locking, cruise control, front & rear air conditioning, metallic paint and destination charge less a customer down payment and/or retailer contribution to
capitalized cost reduction of $3,185. which could affect final negotiated transaction. Other options, retailer prep., taxes, registration extra. Lessee responsible for insur-
ance. Monthly payments total $14,340.96. At lease end, lessee responsible for $0.10/mile over 60,000 miles and for damage and excessive wear. Option to purchase at
lease end for $8,738 in example shown. See participating retailer for details.

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MSU Hillel Kitchen
To Permit Treife Food

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM ASSISTANT EDITOR

F

or years, Michigan State
University Hillel offi-
cials say they acted like
kosher police, trying to
oversee all the food that came
into the building.
Now they've decided to
make a change. Following ap-
proval by the board, the MSU
Hillel will no longer be
kosher, though events spon-
sored by the Jewish Students
Union will continue to ob-
serve the dietary laws.
Hillel Director Mark
Finkelstein said the decision
was made for "practical rea-
sons." Ten students live at the
facility and have complete ac-
cess to the Hillel kitchen. Two
of those students keep kosher.
The rest, along with most stu-
dents at the school, are not in-
terested in maintaining the
standards of kashrut, he said.
'e can't any longer ensure
a level of kashrut with which

"This is supposed
to be the Jewish
students' home
away from home."

— Jason Friedenberg

we're comfortable," he added.
"What we can do is tell stu-
dents that it's not consistent
with Judaism to bring in
items like shellfish and pork,
but still we're not going to po-
lice what they do."
A number of students, how-
ever, are unhappy with the
move, and say Hillel repre-
sentatives highly underesti-
mate the number of students
who want to see the facility
remain kosher. "The stu-
dents who want to make ba-
con in the Hillel kitchen are
an incredible minority," says
MSU senior Jason Frieden-
berg, of West Bloomfield, who
lives at the MSU Hillel. "Even
a lot of those who don't keep
kosher feel ideologically that
the facility should continue to
be kosher.
"People sympathize with
Hillel and understand the
complications involved," he
added. "We think there is a
reasonably simple - solution:
put in another kitchen. We
suggested converting one
bathroom on the second floor
where students live to let
them cook whatever they
want, but keep the main

kitchen kosher." Hillel lead-
ers, he said, were not inter-
ested.
Hillel plans on kashering
its kitchen for events such as
Shabbat dinners, which at-
tract anywhere from 30 to
about 100 persons, but Mr.
Friedenberg is not appeased.
"That's one day," he said.
"What about the rest of the
week?
"This is supposed to be the
Jewish students' home away
from home," Mr. Friedenberg
added. "And now we're not go-
ing to be able to keep kosher
there." ❑

Lunch, Learn
With Midrasha

Dr. Irving Panush, professor
of humanities at Oakland
Community College, will lead
a lunch and learn session on
Jewish ethical literature
noon-1:30 p.m. May 12 at the
Max M. Fisher Building, 6735
Telegraph Road, Bloomfield
Hills.
Dr. Panush's topic will be
"The Self." There is a charge
for lunch, which begins at
noon and for the study ses-
sion. Students may register
for the study session only,
without lunch, if they desire.
The final session in the
series will take place May 19,
when Dr. Panush's topic will
be, "The Self and Others."
Adult learners are welcome to
register for either or both of
these sessions by calling
Midrasha, 354-1050.

Parenting Center
Plans Series

The Eugene and Marcia Ap-
plebaum Jewish Parenting
Center of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek will host a
program for moms and their
babies. Sit at our kitchen
table for talk about whatever
is on your mind: gaining and
keeping self-esteem as a
mother, discerning and mak-
ing Jewish choices about rais-
ing a child, choosing child
care.
Kitchen Table is for moth-
ers of babies, birth through 15
months and meets Thursdays,
9:30-11:00 a.m. May 20, 27,
June 3, 10, 17, 24 at the
Applebaum Jewish Parenting
Center, 4200 Walnut . Lake
Road. For information, call
Ruth Beresh, 681-5353.

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