A U.S. judge ruled that a Maine restaurant must comply with a local town code and remove table umbrellas advertising Hebrew National hot dogs. The restaurant owner had claimed that an order given him to remove the umbrellas had smacked of anti-Semitism. Town officials, however, said the owner had failed to comply with an ordinance that allows a maximum of three signs.
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