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From Sat Apr 20 09:07:52 PDT 1996
Article: 32001 of alt.revisionism
From: (Yale F. Edeiken)
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Huber's Journalistic Source
Date: 19 Apr 1996 00:41:49 GMT
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	Recently an obnoxious jerk named Huber has been making repeated 
posts claiming to be from a journal called "The Cicero Gazette."  I became curious 
about this source since I spent some time in that area of Cook County -- I even 
prosecuted a case where the advertising of real estate in Cicero was at issue -- 
and had never heard of that newspaper.

	There is a trade publication called "Editor & Publisher" published for 
journalism and, as advertising, is an important part of journalism, keeps a database 
of all newspapers including weeklies, biweeklies, and monthlies.  In short if it is a 
newspaper and sells advertising they want to know about it.  Their database is 
published annually as the "International Yearbook."

	They have never heard of the "Cicero Gazette."  They state that there 
are no newspapers in the Chicagoland area whatsoever called the "Gazette."

	The regional office of "Editor & Publisher" is 8 South Michigan, Chicago 
IL 60603.  Their phone number is 312-641-0041.

	Apparently Huber's "Cicero Gazette" can be found in the same library 
as George Orwell's "Big Brother" and Abdul Alhazred's "Necronomicon."


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