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May 13, 1994 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-13

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VISITS page 25

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at a cheap price from

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that has been left out of history
books" is the subject of the inda-
ba, Dr. Lovelace said.
She added that every speak-
er's credentials are thoroughly
examined before being invited by
the Professional Development
Academy. She called Dr. Jeffries
"a distinguished historian and an
expert on the African diaspora."
"Every speaker," she said,
"must understand we are inter-
ested in the education of all chil-
dren, to make certain our
children receive the best educa-
tion possible."
Dr. Lovelace cited Dr. Jeffries'
academic credentials and stated
that she has never seen pub-
lished any anti-Semitic remarks
attributed to him.
"If he were anti-Semitic," she
asked, "why did a jury award him
Last week, school-board mem-
ber Kwame Kenyatta told the
Detroit News that Dr. Jeffries is
not anti-Semitic and "I take of-
fense at people who think they
can dictate to us whom we re-
search and whom we listen to in
our school system. And I don't
accept the unwarranted criticism
that comes from quarters outside
our service area." ❑


LETTERS page 4

Two Priests
Are Lauded


The Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit
Wishes To Inform The Public That:

Cascadia Premium Sparkling Juice drinks now carry the OU. Please
look for the OU on the back of the bottle.
Family Deli only bears a Hechsher on the pretzels. The numerous other
products that carry their label are Not Kosher endorsed.
Chuckles still has the OU on some of their items, but not all. Many
places have a mixture of some bags with and some without the proper
Hechsher. Please look carefully at every individual bag.
Jays Pretzels are Kosher, but dairy.
Knotts Farm Jams have many unique flavors, but not all have a
Hechsher, such as the Jalapeno flavor. Please look at the individual jars
for a Hechsher.
For those who need lactose free products, Heart Beat foods produces
a lactose free product called Smart Beat Non-Dairy slices that is
Lactose free. Its status is dairy and not Cholov Yisroel.

Getting A Get

The Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit wishes to inform
the Jewish public that a Civil Divorce without a Jewish Get is worth-
less according to Jewish law. A couple may not remarry in Jewish law
until after a Get. To arrange a get, call our office (810) 559-5005.


Alonzo Drake, killed 8/17/91 at
10:58pm on Robbins Rd., Harvest, AL.

Next time your friend insists on
driving drunk, do whatever it takes to
stop him. Because if-he kills innocent
people, how will you live with yourself?



17071 West 10 Mile Road • Southfield, MI 48075 • 559-5005/06

Our community is suffering two
great losses. We were fortunate
in having Bishop-elect Alex
Brunett "on our side" for so many
years — and Monsignor Leonard
Blair for the last few years...
We were lucky to have these
two wonderful men as vigorous
friends. We look forward to their
frequent returns to visit family
here. Both have left their mark
in the Jewish community.
They have helped alleviate and
reduce centuries of prejudice by
bringing a sensitive and sensible
approach to Catholic-Jewish re-
lations. Their work to foster
learning about Judaism and Jews
has borne much fruit.
Old habits die hard, but due to
the great work of these two men,
they are changing. These two
men have been a vital part of this
Arnold Michlin
Farmington Hills

The Jewish scientist Judah
Cresques, otherwise known
as the "Map Jew" of
medieval Spain, hypothesiz-
ed that the earth was round
200 years before Copernicus.

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