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January 18, 1991 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-18

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NEWS

10 1 /2 MI LE RD.

Joey's Fruit Market

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26235 Greenfield Rd. (At 10Y2 Mile)

In the NEW Lincoln Square
Across from K-Mart • Southfield
Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

'Insider' Blamed
For Hate Slogan

559-6210

All specials good through 1/24/94

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$1.99 gal.
$1.89 gal.

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$ 139 gal.

Eat Light and Feel
Right With These Super
Salad Savings at Joey's

Large Size California

head

Vine Ripe

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Mix & Match

Skin less

$2

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lb.

Topors

NEW DILL
SPEARS

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Large Sno-White

Topors Sweet Julie's

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RED PEPPERS.

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FRESH SQUEEZED

ORANGE JUICE
GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE

$1.99 doz.

BEVERAGE

99°

MUSHROOMS

$1.79 qt.

HEARTLAND
EGGS

79°
69°

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TOMATOES

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No Limit
Sprite, Vernors, Faygo
Homemade Salads Made Fresh Daily
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Available Daily

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and Fast Service Are
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CLEANING
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HOURS: Monday thru Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
31221 SOUTHFIELD ROAD • 646-0047

North of 13 Mile



Next to MC Sporting Goods

33210 WEST 12 MILE ROAD • 553 0025

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One Block East of Farmington Road

6389 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD • 626 0047

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In Orchard Mall



Orchard Lake Road and Maple

26263 WEST 12 MILE ROAD • 353 0048

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Just East of Northwestern



Next to Burger King

31140 HAGGERTY ROAD • 661 0083

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6889 Orchard Lake Rd. • West Bloomfield •

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1991

855-5580

SAME DAY SERVICE •

Just South of 14 Mile — Country Ridge Commons
ON SHIRTS — In By 10 a.m. Monday-Friday • DRY CLEANING — In By 10 a.m. Monday-Saturday

SATURDAY DRY CLEANING

Boston (JTA) — The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has found that a quote
from Hitler's Mein Kampf
that appeared on the mast-
head of the Dartmouth Re-
view on Yom Kippur was
"unquestionably an anti-
Semitic act" that was corn-
mitted by a staff member of
the conservative off-campus
weekly.
The finding, after a three-
month investigation, by a
six-member ADL commis-
sion headed by Richard
Glovsky flatly rejected the
contention by conservative
supporters of the newspaper
that it was "a criminal act of
sabotage" by an outsider.
"There is no question this
was a blatant anti-Semitic
incident," Mr. Glovsky said
at a news conference here
Jan. 9. "The inclusion of the
Hitler quote was done by a
member of the Dartmouth
Review and not an outside
saboteur, the commission be-
lieves."
He pointed out that "in
order to change the mast-
head, the individual had to
have familiarity with the
inner workings of the
paper."
The Hitler quote, publish-
ed in the Oct. 3, 1990, edi-
tion and distributed on Yom
Kippur, read in part, "By
warding off the Jews I am
fighting for the Lord's
work."
Mr. Glovsky said ADL's
exhaustive investigation did
not pinpoint a single in-
dividual responsible for the
act but the panel has its
suspicions.
A criminal investigation is
underway by police in
Hanover, N.H., where
Dartmouth is located.
ADL forwarded copies of
its 50-page report to mem-
bers of the Dartmouth com-
munity, including the trust-
ees and advisors of the uni-
versity, in hopes that they
would sit down and discuss
the seriousness of the
matter, Mr. Glovsky said.
But he was not optimistic.
The Dartmouth Review is
not the official publication of
Dartmouth College, but was
established to express con-
servative views on the
Dartmouth campus. It is
subsidized by conservative
circles in New York and
Washington.
Asked who was ultimately
responsible for the acts of
the Review and its staff, Mr.
Glovsky said that people
who lend their name to the
publication should be held
accountable.

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