100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

January 10, 1986 - Image 37

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Friday, January 10, 1986 37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

envoy added:
"Look at the propaganda value
the Kremlin got out of the release
of a dozen or so husbands and
wives who had been separated
from their spouses. The greater
their propaganda success, the less
likely it is that they will actually
change their policy.
"Meanwhile, the situation for
longtime Soviet Jewish re-
fuseniks becomes increasingly
grim as the gates remain shut and
the pressure increases on Jews
who seek actively to express their
culture and religion."
Rosenne said the Soviet disin-
formation campaign "has already
had considerable success. Even
worse, the leaders of the USSR
may be convinced that they can
get American credits and Ameri-
can technology without improv-
ing their treatment of. Soviet
Jews." He noted that 400 U.S.
businessmen had recently visited
Moscow for trade talks and that
Ameircan banks had offered loans
totalling $400 million to the
Soviets for the purchase of U.S.
goods.
Meanwhile, Morris B. Abram of _
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry warned that the
Soviet Union could not be trusted
on an arms pact.with the U.S. be-
. cause it has not lived up to its
emigration promises.
Abram told reporters Monday
that unlees emigration of Soviet
Jews dramatically increased
there would be major demonstra-
tions when Premier Mikhail Gor-
bachev visits the U.S.- later this
year. The demonstrations, he
said, would point out that the
Soviets cannot be trusted.
Abram charged that the Soviets
have floated rumors that changes
would take place, but there has
been no improvement in emigra-
tiOn. The rumors began in ad-
vance of the Geneva summit
meeting between Gorbachev and
U.S. President Ronald Reagan in
November.
In Jerusalem, the wife of im-
prisoned Soviet Jewish activist
Anatoly Scharansky told Israel
Radio that her husband, now in
the tenth year of a 13-year prison
sentence imposed in 1977, has
been given an additional five
month sentence to be served in
isolation.
Avital Schafansky said she
learned from friends in Moscow
that he was being punished for
going on a hunger strike recently
to protest the non-delivery of his
mail by the camp authorities.
Last year he spent 55 days in an
isolation cell where, according to
Mrs. Scharansky, prisoners are
fed once every two 'days.
She said her husband's mother,
who also lives in Israel, has not
had direct word from Anatoly
since the heginning of October.
His last letter, Supposed to have
been sent at the beginning of De-
cember, has not been received.
Scharansky, 38, a scientist and
emigration activist, was arrested
nine years ago on charged of
treason and spying for the. United
States. He was sentenced to three
years in prison and 10 years in a
labor camp. He is presently in a
labor camp in the Ural moun-
tains.

*

r

--r

rs...srair.

...e-

OUR GREATEST AFTER- INVENTORY SALE , IN 59 YEARS!

Because it has never been our tradition to carry over - merchandise from season to season, and because of our rapid growth this
past year, Kosins is now offering 112 OFF & MUCH, MUCH MORE on the very finest in men's clothing from
the leading designers. This is a sale that will amaze even the most discriminating gentleman.

Hurry for Best Selection on these specially selected groups.

SUITS
AND OVERCOATS

"BACK ROOM" SUITS
- AND- COATS

Yves St. Laurent, Carelli, Angelo Donati, Carlo
Palazzi, Phillipe Gabriel, Giovanelli and others

Regular$225 .......

' Famous names, like LeBaron, Lou Myles, Louis
Roth, Ungaro, Canal', Brioni, Mani and others in
Kosins' nationally acclaimed "Back Room

Now $ 112.50

62.50
sal 97.50

Regular$325.. ..

Now $ 1

Regular$395

Now

Regular$450... :

Now $ 225.00

Regular$475..

Now

.`F • •

Now $247 ■ 50
Now $297.50
N w $ 347 50 -
!Li $397. 50
Now $447.50
.. . .. , Now $725.09

Regular $495

Regular$295 .... ...... Now $ 147.50

Regular $595

Regular$695..

Regular $795

$237 ■ 50

Regular $895

Regular $1450

2590 Units

850 Units

OUTERWEAR

SPORT COATS

Includes suburbaricoats, leathers'
and casual jackets

Names like Giovanelli, British Manor,
Angelo Donati, Carelli and Carlo Pucci.
i
Regular$185
' Now .


Regular$175

Nov;

Regular $225 .

Regular$195

Now

,

.Now $ 1 1 2.50

$87.50
$97.50

$137.50

Regular$225

f ■ loW $ 112,50

Regular $295 .. , . .. ...Now $ 147.50

Regular$250

Now $ 1 25.00

Regular$295 •

Now $ 147.50.

Regular$275 . . ... .. ...Now

$162.50
Regular$350.. . . .... Now $1 75.00

' Regular$325 . ....: ....,.. Now

Regular$350

1125 Units

SPORT SHIRTS

Famous names like Oleg Cassini, Damon,
Mirto of Spain, David Michael, D'Avilla

Regular$27.50......

Now $ 1 3.75

Regular$30.00....... . . .. . Now

$15.00

Now $ 17.50

Regular $35.00.

Regular $40.00

Now $ 20.00

Regular$45.00......

Now

Regular $55.00

Now $27.50

$22 ■ 50

1385 Units

SAVE 5545% ON THESE
SELECTED GROUPS

Designer Dress Shirts, Values to $45

-
Neckwear, Values to $30
Designer Sweaters Values to $55

Now $ 175.00

245 Units

• Now 3

Italian Shetland Sweaters, Reg. $45

Cassini Suede-Front Sweaters, Neg. $125

Designer Sportcoats, Values to $195

Now s 11 3.00

for '14.00
Now '20.00
Now '20.00
Now '49.00
Now '89.00

1350 Units

Big & Tall

26300 Southfield Rd., North of
101/2 Mile, Lathrup Village • Mon.-Fri. 10-9
Sat. 9.6; Sun. 12.5 • 589.6930
Free Valet Parking

Most merchandise available
at bur Big & Tall Store

BIG & TALL VALUES

-

DESIGNER SILKS

Elegant selection of shirts, robes, p.j.s., scarves

These great buys available at our
Big & Tall Store Only (101/2 Mile & Southfield)

Regular $35

Now $ 17.50

Wool Collar Trenchcoat, Reg. $245 ..Now $1109

Regular $85

Now $ 39.00

Corduroy Jeans, Reg. $45

Now $ 20

Regular $90

Now $45.00

Suede-Front Sweaters, Reg. $125

Now

Regular $145

Kosins B&T Velour Jog Suit, Reg. $110

Now $ 52

Entire Stock of Outerwear ... Now

527 Units

$49

Now $69 ■ 00

391 Units

1/2 off

SWEATERS

Famous names like Cassinj, Cezar, Damon, Lord
Jeff, Virgilius, Enrico Fretelli & many, many more.

SHOES

Boots, -Shoes and Lizards from Bally, French
Shriner, Rossini, Nettleton, Nunn Bush
and more.

Regular$45

.

Now $ 22.50

Regular$55 ........ .. . .. Now

$27 ■ 50

Regular$75

.... .Now $29.50

. ... ... Now $ 37.50

Regular $85

Now $42 ■ 50

Shoes, Reg. $85 •

Now $ 39.50

Regular $95

Now $47.50

Shoes, Reg. $100

NoW $ 49.50

Regular$125

Now $ 62 ■ 50

Slippers, Reg. $28

Shoes, Reg. $65 ...

Shoes, Reg. $350

• Now $ 9.50

NoW $

1 49.50

612 Units

sins

"Where You. Come First"

Prior Sales Not Included

Regular$150 ,

Now $ 75.00

1795 Units

Lathrup Village

27881 Southfield. Rd. at 11 1/2 Mile
Mon.-Fri. 10-9; Sat. 9.6;
Sun. 12.5 • 559.3900
Free. Valet Parking

Alterations at Cost.

1-

r

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan