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May 15, 1987 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-15

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So you missed Gaynors' Little Tyke Pre-Truckload Sale?
Well don't miss the fantastic specials on Saturday,
May 16, 1987 when the truck arrives. Not only will
Gaynors offer special prices on Little Tykes, but also, on
Fisher Price, Playskool and many more fun items all
babies and children will love. Be at Gaynors on
Saturday, May 16, 1987 for the Truckload (And Then
Some) Sale.

Fisher-Price
Bubble Mower
(48)

PLAYsKoot.

$11.97

Ivan Boesky: greed
and moral decline.

New York (JTA) — Ameri-
cans' positive attitudes
towards Israel have not been
seriously eroded by the
Iran-Contra arms sales scan-
dal or the Jonathan Pollard
spy case, according to the
latest opinion poll on the sub-
ject conducted by the Roper
Organization for the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, the
AJC reported this week.
It was conducted in Feb-
ruary and the results are
consistent with the later New
York Times'CBS News poll,
reported in the times on April
12.
Roper found that a near
majority, 48 perdent of the
respondents, continues to
sympathize with Israel in the
Middle East conflict. In a poll

conducted in 1986, 53 percent
sided with Israel. Sympathy
with the Arab cause was
eight percent, unchanged
from 1986.
A virtual majority, 49 per-
cent of respondents, continues
to view Israel as a reliable
ally of the United States,
compared to 41 percent for
Egypt and 44 percent for Jor-
dan. A majority of 61 percent
does not see Syria as a friend
of the U.S.
Only five percent thought
Israel was "most to blame" in
the Iran-Contra affair, com-
pared to 47 percent who
blame President Reagan's
advisors, 43 percent who
blame Reagan himself and 21
percent who blame former
National Security Council
employee Col. Oliver North.
The Roper poll found that
49 percent of the respondents
disagreed with the statement
that "Most American Jews
are more loyal to Israel than
to the United States." Only
24 percent agreed. The com-
parable figures in 1986 were
46 percent and 24 percent.
No more than one percent
of the respondents attributed
Boesky's malfeasance to his
"Jewish background." The
most frequently cited factors
were "personal greed and av-
arice," "lack of ethics in
business," "insufficient gov-
ernmental regulation and
enforcement" and "the moral
decline of society."

Little Tyke
Sport Coupe

Playskool
Funbrella
(22)

$49.97

Fisher-Price
Happy Hoops
Croquet
(49)

$10.97

$16.95

Playskool
Flashlight
(23)
Reg. ,$9.95

Little Tyke
Picnic table

$28.97

$8.99

Fisher-Price
Roller Skates
(49)

$11.97

Swimming Pool

$38.97

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Sun. 12 - 6

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Friday, May 15, 1987

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Canada Amends Code
To Try Nazi Fugitives

Ottawa (JTA) — The Cana-
dian government will amend
the Criminal Code to allow
suspected Nazi war criminals
to be tried in Canada for
crimes committed elsewhere,
as recommended by the
Deschenes Commission. But
it rejected another recommen-
dation by the Commission to
facilitate the extradition of
deportation of war criminals
to other countries, mainly
West Germany and Israel, it
was reported here last
Monday.
"Rather than dumping war
criminals on other countries,
we should have the maturity
and strength to face the issue
in Canada," Justice Minister
Ray Hantshyn said after the
Deschenes Commission's
report was presented to the
House of Commons.
The report, the result of
more than a year's investiga-
tion of Nazi war criminals liv-

ing in Canada by the one-man
Commission of former Que-
bec Superior Court Justice
Jules Deschenes, was submit-
ted to Prime Minister Brian
Mulroney. It was amended
twice at the government's re-
quest before being given to.
Parlia- ment.

Leaders of both the Jewish
and Ukrainian communities
in Canada expressed satisfac-
tion with the report and its
proposals. The Jewish com-
munity considers the prosecu-
tion of war criminals in Cana-
dian courts an important step
forward in the advancement
of justice.

The
700,000-member
Ukrainian community and
others of Eastern European
and Baltic origin are satisfied
and relieved that extradition
or deportation have been vir-
tually ruled out.

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