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April 19, 1985 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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Friday, April 19, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FOW THAT SPECIAL OCCASION

WIDE SELECTION OF SWEET SIXTEEN,
BAT MITZVAH, CONFIRMATION OR
GRADUATION GIFTS.

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that have developed in West
Germany in the last 40 years
will prevent "the horror" of the
Holocaust from happening
again.
Answering a question after
a luncheon speech to the Na-
tional Press Club, Shultz said
Reagan's "objective is to say,
`Here we are on this 40th an-
niversary and we know it's the
anniversary of a military vic-
tory. We know that during the
war an awful lot of people were
killed and insofar as Jews re-
siding in Germany were con-
cerned, they were subjected to
an ultimate horror for which
there is no excuse. It is almost
impossible to imagine it. But
we shouldn't forget it.' "
But Shultz said the
President also wants "to say
that we should think of this
time, the last 40 years and the
time ahead of us, as a time
when a new beginning was
made, a beginning in Ger-
many, at least in the Federal
Republic of Germany, of a
democratic form of govern-
ment and the establishment
very deeply of a set of values
that would not permit that
horror to happen again."
Last week, the Department
of Michigan of the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A.
adopted a resolution criticiz-
ing Reagan's decision to visit
Bitburg and avoid Dachau.
The Michigan JWV cited the
interment of SS Storm Troop-
ers and Nazi Gestapo, and
asked Reagan to reconsider.

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inmates while a guard at the
Treblinka concentration camp in
Poland during the Holocaust, was
ordered extradited to Israel to
stand trial for war crimes.
U.S. District Court Judge
Frank Batisti, sitting in Cleve-
° land, Ohio, placed Demjanjuk into
custody and revoked his bond. The
extradition was requested by Is-
rael. It was stayed until May 1 to
allow Demjanjuk, a Ukrainian, to
appeal. A final extradition deci-
sion must be made by Secretary of
State George Shultz.
Israel has sought the extradi-
tion from the United States of war
criminals living in the United
States under the terms of the
U.S.-Israel extradition treaty
signed in 1963. Under Israeli law,
Demjanjuk could be executed if
convicted of war crimes.
Demjanjuk, 65, of Seven Hills,
Ohio, maintains that he was not a
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