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April 06, 1984 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 6, 1984

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WHEN YOU BUY KOSHER MEAT
ARE YOU GETTING KOSHER MEAT???

On March 16th an advertisement for Singers Meat Market
appeared in the "Jewish News" that was clearly deceptive. It
claimed that meat, salted properly to remove its blood, repre-
sented a health risk. The alternative, it suggested, was to buy
"Kosher meat" without salting. The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
cannot remain silent in the face of such a gross misrepresentation
of Torah Kosher Laws. We urge:

#1 : Get your medical advice from a competent physician,
not from a butcher store. Doctors who are familiar with the salting
process allow their patients on low sodium diets to eat meat that
has been kashered. Any marginal increase in sodium content can
be adjusted within a regular diet by consulting your physician.
National hospitals with Kosher food programs include kashered
meats in their restricted diets. In the standard kashering process,
meats are salted in large sections and then carefully washed off.
Even for those who maintain salt free diets, meat can be prepared
to eliminate excess salt.
#2: The imaginative distinction between kashered meats
and Kosher meats employed by the advertisement is a mislead-
ing play on words. Meat prepared without the removal of part
of its blood is not Kosher. It is treif! Even the utensils in-
volved in preparing such meats are "treif". No one familiar
with Jewish law will ever tell you differently.
According to Michigan Law, an establishment is "Kosher" only
when "sanctioned by a recognized orthodox Rabbinical council."
We urge the consumer to buy from those establishments that
have proper Kosher supervision. If you are paying for Kosher
meat, make certain that you are getting Kosher meat.

Signed:
Committe of Kashrus, Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Rabbi C. Grubner, Minahel
Rabbi L. Levin, President
Rabbi E. Goldberg
Rabbi S. Zachariash

This letter was submitted with supporting medical affidavits
signed by local physicians, cardiologists, neurologists and
internists.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Land
Day 1984, the eighth an-
nual observance of Israeli-
Arab disturbances in 1976
when six Arab demon-
strators were shot and kil-
led during protests over the
expropriation of Arab land,
passed generally quietly
March 30.
The organizers of the ob-
servances inside Israel pro-
per had sought to turn this
year's events into a call for
Arab and Jewish coopera-
tion.
In some villages in
Galilee and the "Little
Triangle" Arab area east of
Natanya, PLO flags were
flown by youths and anti-
Israel slogans were posted
and scrawled on walls. In
one village, pamphlets
bearing swastikas were dis-
tributed. In one or two areas
tires were burned on road-
ways.
Police and security forces
dispersed unruly gather-
ings. In Taibe village in the
Little Triangle, a peaceful
local memorial to one of the
villagers killed there eight
years ago was held.
In Upper Nazareth, police
kept a close watch on a
counter-demonstration by a
few dozen members of the
Mena movement to prevent
Arabs from buying apart-
ments in the Jewish Upper
Nazareth quarter. The
meeting was attended by
Kach leader Rabbi Meir
Kahane, who was openly
called for the expulsion of
Arabs from Israel and for
action against social meet-
ings between Jewish and
Moslem youths.
Demonstrations, includ-
ing the burning of tires and
the stoning of buses, were
held in a number of refugee
camps on the West Bank.
But no serious incidents
were reported.

Givens retires
as CZF leader

Montreal (JTA) — In an
emotional farewell address
to the 1,000 delegates
attending the sixth Cana-
dian Zionist Federation na-
tional convention this week,
Judge Philip Givens, the
outgoing president, asked
the "four questions" usually
asked at the Passover
Seder, but he related them
to what Canadian Jews
have done for Israel and for
what they are expected to
do.
He said that more must be
done for Jewish education,
aliyah, student exchange
and tourism and informa-
tion. "There is no vacuum in
Jewish life and the new
generation has the unique
opportunity to forge a
stronger link between the
Diaspora and Israel," , Gi-
vens declared.
Givens, 62, ended his
term in office after a 12-year
stint. Under a new ar-
rangement, two people were
named to serve as
presidents for three-year
terms. Neri Bloomfield will
serve for the first three
years, until 1987, and be fol-
lowed by David Azrieli.

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