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February 03, 1978 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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10 Friday, February 3, 1918

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New York State Inspectors Hunt Kosher Law Violations

By BEN GALLOB

times a year by 13 inspec-
tors of the kosher law en-
forcement section of the De-
partment of Agriculture
and Markets, according to

(Copyright 1978, JTA,

Inc.)
Some 7,000 food estab-
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the chief supervisor, Rabbi
Shulem Rubin.
Rabbi Rubin told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that 69 cases of _violation of
the kosher labeling law
were reported to the de-
partment during the last
four months of 1977. He
said this compared to a total
of 92 reported violations for
all of 1976.
The vic'ations were found
throughout the state in the
regular inspection Visits to
supermarkets, kosher re-
staurants, kosher resort
hotels, kosher caterers,
kosher butchers, a
wholesale provisions fac-
tory and kosher camps,
Types of violations co-

vered such cases as non- -
kosher sweetbreads sold as
kosher, tongues made non-
kosher by being found soak-
ing in barrels of brine salt
water, non-soaked and
non-salted meat sold as
soaked and salted, and
non-kosher ingredients or
additives used in food' prep-
aration in kosher restaur-
ants and hotels.

Rabbi Rubin said that-
during Thanksgiving
week more than 100 tur-
keys had been offered by
retailers as kosher which
were found to be not
kosher.

He said on each inspec-
tion, inspectors are required

AAJE Studies Self, Fellows
to Attract Jewish Teachers

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The American Association
for Jewish Education
(AAJE-) has undertaken a
comprehensive study of its
program, structure- and
manner of operation as the
nation-al service agency for
coordination, research and
promotion of Jewish educ,a-
tion in the United States. •

Arthur Brody, newly
elected president of the
AAJE, reported to the an-
nual midwinter meeting of
the agency's National Gov-
erning Council that the
study has been commis-
sioned "to determine how
leaders of Jewish comm.un-
ity federations and local
central agencies of Jewish
education perceive the
AAJE's role in advancing
Jewish education in their
areas."

In another major policy
move, the National Govern-
ing Council enacted a series
of proposals affecting the
AAJE's Fellowships in
Jewish Educational Lead-
ership (FIJEL) program
which are designed to
guarantee participants ac-
cepting career assignments
in Jewish education upon _
completion of their train-
ing.

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not take teaching posi-
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programs largely be-
cause of low starting
salaries in the field.

Dr. Harry Passow,
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schools and $6,000 in
supplementary schools "are
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mately $6,000 a year; joint
part-time ,placement in a
local central agency of
Jewish education, paying
approximately $3,000 a
year; and subsidization by
the AAJE of up to $4,000 a
year.

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thus assuring that the in-
spections have been
documented and providing
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spection process. The law
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servant consumers from-
misrepresentation, mis-
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