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December 12, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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CORRECTION

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PLASTIC SURGERY
IS AFFORDABLE

The November 21 & 28 PLASTIC SUR-
GEONS GUILD advertisement contained a
reference to a surgical procedure not ac-
tually available.

Continued from preceding page

14 MILE

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Medical Award and Distin-
guished Service Award were
also announced and will be
presented at the meeting. Dr.
Bertrand Jacobs will receive
the Beitman Award for his
more than eight years of pro-
fessional services to the
Home." The auxiliary of the
Home will receive the Distin-
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knowledgement of that
group's "devoted service to
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The Jewish News regrets the errors.

ORCHARD LK. RD.






LOCAL NEWS

French Request
For Extradition
Splits Israelis

Aviv (JTA) — The
Cabinet last Sunday deferred
debate over a demand by Ab-
sorption Minister Yaacov
Tsur to overturn Justice
Minister Avraham Sharir's
decision against the extradi-
tion to France of William
Nakash, 25, sentenced in
absentia to life imprisonment
for the murder of an Arab in
the town of Besancon in
eastern France in 1983. The
Supreme Court has upheld
extradition.

A sharp exchange devel-
oped between the two
ministers at the session.
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir ruled to postpone
debate until after a three
justice panel of the Supreme
Court hears an appeal against
Sharir's decision. The appeal
was lodged by the Civil
Rights Movement (CRM).
As a result of Sharir's
stand, Nakash, an Orthodox
Jew, will go free. A law pro-
posed in the Knesset that
would allow Israelis sen-
tenced abroad to serve their
time in Israel has not yet
been passed. Legal circles
here object to the proposed
measure on grounds that it
would jeopardize Israel's ex-
tradition treaties with other
countries.
Sharir was under heavy
pressure from nationalist and
Orthodox circles in Israel to
reject the French extradition
request. They claimed the
murder was an act of self-
defense against anti-Semitic,
anti-Israel acts by Arabs and
thereforejustified. The
French court that convicted
Nakash found that the mur-
der stemmed from a quarrel
between two business part-
ners. Another argument
against extradition was that
Nakash's life would be en-
dangered in a French prison
where many of the inmates
are Arab.

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