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August 03, 1984 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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Friday, August 3, 1984. 17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

munNIGHT,

ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 3rd II1CM NCCN

ICSINS PRESENTS

NY kashrut
Investigated

New York (JTA) — The
director of Kosher Law
Enforcement for the State of
New York, Rabbi Schulem
Rubin, said that his office
was checking into evidence
that fraudulently labeled
cheese was being offered in
the United States to take
advantage of a custom of ob-
servant Jews to refrain from
eating meat for nine days,
starting last Sunday night.
This custom is observed
in mourning for the destruc-
tion of both the First and
Second Temples in the Holy
Land, culminating in the
observance of Tisha B'ay. .
The period is the first nine
days of the month of Av.
Observant Jews substi-
tute other protein-rich foods
for the nine-day period in-
cluding fish or hard cheese.
Rubin said his office was
checking into evidence that
a Jarlsberg-type cheese,
bearing a seal of kosher cer-
tification from Chief Rabbi
Peretz Tzioni of Afula in Is-
rael on a label indicating
the cheese is made by the
Tnuva Company in Afula,
was being distributed in
many parts of the U.S.
Rubin said he had a letter
from Tzioni, declaring that
Tnuva does not produce the
cheese in question, that he
believes the cheese being
sold in the United States is
not kosher, and that he is
deeply disturbed that his
name is being used fraudu-
lently to endorse the kas-
hrut of the cheese product.

AN EVENING
of MADNESS!

SAVE 50~75%

DURING THEIR MOONLIGHT MADNES5,5ik,LE,

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NY rabbi
seeks lower
intermarriage

On Friday, August 3rd, from
12 Noon 'til Midnight, when the moon is just right,
prices at Kosins Clothes in Lathrup Village and Kosins Big & Tall
store in Lathrup Village will be chopped beyond recognition. Up to 75% off our
magnificent collection of designer clothes for men: Suits, sport coats, dress shirts,
and more. The selection will send chills down your spine! The prices will send you screaming
into the night! Kosins calls it Moonlight Madness. You'll call it fantastic!
Remember, Kosins Madness lasts only 12 hours, so don't miss it. You'll be mad if you do!

New York (JTA) — A
sociologist-rabbi has as-
serted that "to a remarkable
extent," doing what is right
for Jewish singles — provid-
ing them with opportunities
to meet other Jewish singles
in socially attractive
Jewish-sponsored programs
— "May turn out to be the
most successful strategy for
reducing the increase" in
marriages of Jews to non-
Jews.
Dr. Mark Winer, senior
rabbi of Temple Beth David
of Commack, N.Y., made
that observation in a report
in the current issue of Re-
form Judaism. He declared
that the "sage advice" of-
fered by Jewish parents to
their children — "If you
want a happy marriage,
marry a Jew — intermar-
riage ends in divorce" has
lost most of its force because
of the rapid rise in the di-
vorce rate among Jews.
Winer asserts that all
evidence indicates that the
"Jewish future" is best
served by marriage between
born Jews, adding that
Jewish identity "uniquely
,,coinhines .ethnic solidarity

AiRinfil adiegOiWobservarice.".

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A Partial List of our Sale Merchandise:

Imported

Neckwear

Values to '30

Kosins Customized

Slacks

24

Now $79

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Cash & Carry Only

Most Items available at our Big & Tall store.

Special Sale Hours:
Friday, August 3rd,
From noon 'til midnight

Kosins Uptown and Big & Tall stores will be
closed 'til noon on Friday to prepare for Its
Fantastic Moonlight Madness Sale!

hoes

Values to '160
Now $ 49

!

Sportshirts

Values to '55

Madness lasts only 12 hours, so don't miss It. You'll be mad If you dol

Kosins Uptown
27881 Southfield Rd.
at 111/2 Mile
Lathrup Village • 559.3900

Oleg Cassini Year Round

V-Neck Sweaters

Regular '40

N" 1 4

Atterationti et cost

Kosins Big & Tall

26300 Southfield Rd.,
North of 101/2 Mile,
Lathrup Village • 569.6930

FREE PARKING • Major Credit Cards Honored

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""$109

Imported Designer

kets
DesigrRler, Jac

Values to '125

Now $

Designer Collection

Sport
Coats
Values to '275

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