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May 24, 1985 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-24

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Friday, May 24, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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COUPON

THE MARKOVITZ FAMILY

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK
LIVER & ONIONS $
OR BACON

WELCOMES YOU TO

From 3 p.m.

I Includes: Soup or Salad, Pot., Veg.

Mengele Search
Motion Passed

Washington (JTA) - A resolu-
tion calling on Paraguay to
launch an "immediate investiga-
tion" into the whereabouts of Nazi
war criminal Josef Mengele was
passed unanimously last week by
the Senate.
The resolution urges the
Paraguayan government to ascer-
tain whether the notorious Nazi
fugitive is still living in the South
American country of which he
was a citizen for some twenty
years, and if so, to arrest him and
extradite him to West Germany,
Israel or Poland - all of which
have sought to bring him to jus-
tice.
Wanted for the murder of hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews at the
Auschwitz-Birkenau concentra-
tion camp, and for the gruesome
medical experiments he con-
ducted on inmates of the camp,
Mengele enjoyed Paraguayan
citizenship until 1979, when the
government revoked it under in-
ternational pressure.

Bus Attacked
In West Bank

Jerusalem (JTA) - The West
Bank town of Halhoul was placed
under curfew last week as a large
scale manhunt got underway for
the attackers of an Egged bus in
the vicinity.
A woman passenger suffered
slight injuries from flying glass,
but no one else was hurt when the
bus came under automatic fire be-
tween Hebron and Halhoul last
Wednesday night. The bus,
enroute from Jerusalem to Kiryat
Arba, sustained considerable
damage.
The attack was linked to the
date, May 15, which, by the West-
ern calender is the day after Israel
proclaimed its independence in
1948. The last attack on an Israeli
bus in the West Bank occurred on
March 30, "Land Day," when
Arabs protest the confiscation of
Arab-owned land in Galilee by the
Israeli authorities in 1976.

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Black-Jewish
Rift 'Rhetoric'

Chicago (JTA) - The Rev.
Jesse Jackson said in an inter-
view published in the New York
Times Sunday that tensions be-
tween blacks and Jews were
"amplified rhetoric" rather than
"real life."
"Whenever we speak out to-
gether, we're always heard,"
Jackson was quoted as saying.
"You can't ignore that at our best
we are human rights advocates.
Our record of winning when we're
together is a sensational record.
Our record of losing when apart is
fairly evident."
Jackson, in the interview con-
ducted last Wednesday, compared
the experience of the Jewish
people in the Nazi death camps to
the experience of blacks in the
American south of his childhood
or in South Africa.

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$4.50
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STUFFED FLOUNDER
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FRESH BROILED PICKEREL
$6.55
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
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FISH & CHIPS
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BAKED MEAT LOAF (Mon.-Thurs.)
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE (Mon. & Thurs.) $4.25
10 Oz. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK ...$7.25
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