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September 11, 1992 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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More Detroit suburban shoppers

en you want to reach

Detroit's affluent

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instrumental in forcing out
these things from my sub-
• conscious mind. As painful
as it might have been, she
wanted me to tell my per-
sonal experiences."
In the end, he says, telling
his own story was a cathar-
sis.
Writing his manuscript
seems to have brought a
sense of closure for Mr.
Wolin. Yet it's obvious his
daughter aches for more.
The lost family she will nev-
er know and the fragile his-
tory of her father's life
clearly will haunt her for
years to come.
Unlike many children for
whom family stories are a
chore, who roll their eyes at
• their parents' tales of the
Old Country, Mrs. Patterson
takes nothing for granted.
She quietly, patiently listens
• to her father, as though his
words were a blessing. 1:1

• - •"""mml NEWS limmim°

Paper Slurs
Jews, Israel

-

Sydney, Australia (JTA) —
- An Australian Jewish
organization has lodged a
', +omplaint with the govern-
ment's Anti- Discrimination
Board against a local Arabic-
language newspaper which
ran an article criticizing
Australian Christians for
"exonerating" Jews for kill-
ing Christ.
The article, signed by
Michael Haddad, appeared
in the Sydney newspaper An
Nahar in response to the an-
nouncement that Australian"
Catholics were establishing
4 guidelines for a better rela-
tionship with Australian
Jews.
The article also claimed
that Israel was established
by "international criminal
and Zionist terrorists" and
• that the Holocaust was in-
vented to allow for "material
extortion of the world," in
order "to feed the expansion
plans of the Racist State and
murder the Arabs."
It also claimed that "the
"'destruction of churches and
mosques in Jerusalem and
their burning" are per-
. mitted "for the grand-
children of the rabbis of
Mossad and Zionism."
And it said Israel permits
• prostitution and animals in-
side churches and mosques.
An Nahar claims a circula-
tion of 34,000 copies
throughout Australia.

suburban shoppers, you want

d fir..

to advertise in SPRING.

Because SPRING's audited

circulation of 728,609 more

than doubles the suburban daily

circulation of either The

Detroit News (288,960) or Free

Press (358,553).

And that's not all.

According to the 1991

Belden study, SPRING

reaches more of the affluent

suburban shoppers who have

more—and spend more.



152,700 more suburban

buyers of women's fashions

than the daily News (78,600

more than the Free Press).

■ 145,700 more suburban

buyers of men's fashions than

The News (64,500 more than the Free

Simply put, one order in SPRING delivers more.

Press).

Shouldn't you be advertising in SPRING more?

■ 115,900 (and 63,600) more suburban

To get all the facts, call your SPRING representative.

buyers of children's clothing.

■ 177,100 (and 80,000) more suburban

The SEWING Newspapers

shoppers at malls.

SPRING is the network of 50 Detroit suburban newspapers published by the Macomb/Royal Oak,
Associated, Heritage, HomeTown, and Observer & Eccentric groups. Call (313) 445-8200.

Sources: 1991 CAC, ABC (RTZ), Belden

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