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September 01, 1989 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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NEWS

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ME DER

DETROIT
RETAIL
KOSHER

MEAT

DEALERS

ASSOC.

LABOR DAY SPECIALS

OSI Inquiry
Eyed Conductor

Washington (JTA) — The
U.S. Justice Department's Of-
fice of Special Investigations
was conducting an inquiry in-
to Herbert von Karajan's war-
time activities in the Nazi
Party, when the world-famous
conductor died last month,
OSI officials have confirmed.
Von Karajan, who died Ju-
ly 16 at the age of 81, was a
member of the Nazi Party
during the Third Reich.
Elan Steinberg, executive
vice president of the World
Jewish Congress, said that
OSI was "absolutely correct
in looking at" the case. He
pointed out that von Karajan
had "lied about his Nazi
past," specifically about the
time he served as a member
of the Nazi Party.
WJC brought information
to OSI's attention within the
past year on von Karajan, but
it is unclear whether that
material prompted OSI's
investigation.
Since von Karajan was an
Austrian citizen, it was not
possible for OSI to strip him
of citizenship or deport him.
But if the investigation had
found he was linked to Nazi
war crimes, he could have
been placed on the Justice
Department "watch list" bar-
ring certain foreigners from
entering the United States.

German Youths
Restore Graves

Bonn (JTA) — Two to three
dozen students from the high
school in the West German
town of Moenchengladbach
for weeks have been cleaning,
repairing and otherwise
restoring the old Jewish
cemetery on Huegel Street.
They were preparing it for
former Jewish residents of
the town, now scattered all
over the world, who returned,
at the invitation of the town
council, for a week-long visit
that began last week.
The youngsters, none of
them Jewish, spent most of
their free time at the
cemetery. It took nearly six
hours to repaint the epitaph
of a single grave stone.
At times, extensive con-
sultation of documents and
sessions with experts were
necessary to decipher what
years of erosion, neglect and
vandalism nearly destroyed.
"This is the least we can do
for these people," said Sabine
Rack, referring to the Jewish
visitors. "We cannot undo
what has been done. But we
certainly want to let them
know that we care. It is both
a duty and an honor."

MEMBER MARKETS OF THE
DETROIT AREA KOSHER RETAIL
MEAT DEALERS ASSOCIATION

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd THROUGH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th

EMPIRE

TURKEY BURGERS .

. $ 2.09 11).

CHICKEN & TURKEY FRANKS .09 lb.
BEEF BACK RIBS. III 01111111 $ 2.49 lb.
(Great for barbecuing)

Limited supplies while supply lasts

YOU CAN DEPEND ON OUR MEMBER MARKETS!

NEW ORLEANS
HARVARD ROW
KOSHER MEAT MARKET KOSHER MEAT MARKET

NITELICINTER5

15600 W. 10 MILE RD.
at Greenfield
New Orleans Mall
Southfield 569-1323

21780 W. 11 MILE RD.
at Lahser
Harvard Row Mall
Southfield 356-5110

BERNARD & SONS
KOSHER MEATS

DEXTER-DAVISON
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

29214 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
Farmington Hills
851-2788

25760 COOLIDGE
at 10 Mile
Dexter-Davison Mall
Oak Park LI 8.6800

COHEN & SON
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

BURIED TREASURE



You may have hundreds or even thousands of dollars
buried in your closets. Valerie Taylor Fashion Resale pays
cash for fine quality, contemporary women's clothing,
accessories, furs and jewelry. We are now buying
Fall/Winter items for our inventory.

WE BUY: -
Sports, business and after 5, fine and costume jewelry,
leather shoes, handbags and belts, fur coats and jackets.

DESIGNER QUALITY ONLY:

Chloe, Byblos, Donna Karan, Valentino, Maud Frizon,
Robert Lee Morris, Comme de Garcons, Hino & Malee,
Pancaldi, Guess, Carbonell, Montana, Anne Klein, etc.

26035 COOLIDGE Near Lincoln Rd.
Oak Park LI 7-4121

OUR MEMBER MARKETS USE ONLY THE FINEST OF EMPIRE
AND ADAS KOSHER POULTRY, BROUGHT IN FRESH DAILY.
WE DO NOT PRE-PACKAGE OUR MEATS AND POULTRY. YOU,
THE CONSUMING PUBLIC, HAVE THE RIGHT TO SELECT YOUR
MEAT AND POULTRY FROM A DISPLAYED COUNTER.

NOW FEATURING PRIME KOSHER BRAND GLATT
KOSHER MEATS FROM WEISS PACKING COWIE

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

American Heart Association

STORES WHOSE LABELS WE LOOK FOR:

Linda Dresner, Roz & Sherm, Mark Keller, Ray & Ida,
Sandilar, Hattie, -Rvigs, Claire Pearone, Adaria, etc.

For Further Information or Appointment Call:

Valerie Taylor Fashion Resale

(313) 540-9548
Mon: Sat. 12-6
1844 S. Woodward, Birmingham

EMPTY BASKETS

and Miscellaneous Gift Items

SPECIAL SALE — 50% OFF!

ONE WEEK ONLY!

Local & Nationwide
Delivery:

(313) 626-9050

29594 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI

(Next to Baskin Robbins)

WE TAKE EXCEPTION TO WHAT
YOUR MOTHER TAUGHT YOU.

YOU SHOULDN'T EAT EVERYTHING IN FRONT OF YOU.
You should avoid foods high in cholesterol. It's a fact, a high blood
cholesterol level substantially increases your chances of developing
heart disease. By cutting down on fatty, rich foods, you can do
yourself a big favor. You could lower your blood cholesterol level and
reduce your risk of heart disease.

For more information about a planned and balanced diet, contact
your American Heart Association. We'll give you some free advice
on how to plan a diet good for life.

TUC IICTI71/11T ICIAHOU KICIA/0

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