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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Janesville, Wisconsin The Jonesville Gazette / monday May 14, 1990/ Page a we re fighting for your life. Grand rabbi of France Joseph Sitruk led prayers at the cemetery in Carpen tras where 34 jewish Graves were vandalized last week. The Corpse of a recently buried 81-year-old Man was impaled on an umbrella. A from now on there will always be before and after Carpen tras Quot Sitruk told the crowd that included four government ministers. A this Day will stay a historic Date for our Sitruk asked Pardon for the desecrate or and called on France to a remember that a democracy does no to exist by the grandeur of its principles but by the obsessive quest for the the demonstration came hours after reports that vandals desecrated 300 jewish Graves in Haifa Israel with Spray painted slogans calling on arabs to a kill the residents of this Southern French town site of a jewish Community for 2,000 years observed 15 minutes of silence during the ceremony. Shops closed their shutters and motorists stopped their cars. Similar ceremonies were held in Marseille Lyon Lille and Dancy the world War ii deportation Center where the nazis packed jews on rail cars for transport to Auschwitz. At noon the Bells of the roman Catholic Cathedral rang out in mourning. The synagogue opened for a special service dedicated to those whose Graves were violated. Interior minister Pierre Joe called on French citizens to remember the founding principles of their Republic. A we will act in All areas to protect France and All those who live Here a said Joe who has accused far right politician Jean Marie Lesiker furniture and bedding Spring Trade in Sale extended thru sunday May 20 Stop in and select from Over 300 sofas love seats sleepers and sectionals Siker furniture will give you top Dollar for your used sofa love seat sectional or Sleeper $100trade-ii i allowance for our used sofa or Sleeper m regardless of condition. $200 Trade-11 Al allowance for your used sofa or Sleeper in if it is in Good condition. Open sunday 12 noon to hearing loss is not a sign of old age your City electronic hearing tests will be Given at the Beltane hearing Aid service office on thursday and Friday from 9 am to 4 30 pm. Professionally trained hearing Aid specialists will be at our office at 101 s. Main Janesville to perform the tests. Anyone who has trouble hearing is Welcome to have a test using modern electronic equipment to determine if the loss is one which May be helped some of the causes of hearing loss will be explained and diagrams of How the ear works will be shown. Everyone should have a hearing test at least once a year even people now wearing a hearing Aid or those who have been told nothing could be done for them. Only a hearing test can determine if you Are one of the Many a hearing Aid can help. The free hearing tests will be Given thursday and Friday from 9 am to 4 30 pm at 101 s. Main Janesville. To avoid waiting Call for an appointment. Or if you can t come in Call 754-2561 for in Home service. 101 s. Main Janesville 754-2561 were fighting for american heart our use association $300 Trade in allowance or More for your used sofa or Sleeper if it is in perfect condition and under 3 years old $400 Trade in on your used sofa and love seat if it is in perfect condition and under 3 years old toward the Purchase of a new sofa and love seat explosion in Row House kills woman 2 children toward any flex steel Broyhill Simmons la a boy or Catnap per sofa love seat sectional or Sleeper $100 to$200 off All la a boy Rocker recliners Quot mom would really love a new la a boy visa furniture and bedding just North of the Janesville mall 40% off All summer furniture its All weather Wicker the perfect Mother s Day gift suspected who spoke on the condition that his name not be used. Police on the scene would not speculate about the cause of the explosion. However detectives confiscated the Cash which they were counting late sunday night. They also were questioning Ricardo Darocha 30, the father of the two children who died in the explosion. Darocha told detectives that the Cash was the proceeds of a recent insurance settlement police sources said. But since police dogs reportedly picked up the drug scent detectives said they were holding the Money until Darocha could prove that it had come from an insurance settlement. Police sources would not identify which drug scent the dogs picked up. Darocha s wife Lee Ina Jackson 32, the Mother of the two Young victims was in mourning at a friends Home around the Comer and refused to discuss the explosion. Scott Jackson a adoptive Mother was baby sitting for her two children at 23 Clapier St., near Germantown Avenue when the explosion occurred at 25 Clapier St., which was being renovated by the greater Germantown rehabilitation corp. The blast levelled both Row houses instantly Tore Down the Side of 21 Clapier St and blew out windows in More than a dozen neighbouring Homes. A it scared the wits out of me a said Lisa Childs who live around the Comer on the too Block of Seymour Street. Across the Street from the levelled Homes the grandchildren of Edena Craven 89, were scooping up piles of Glass blown into her porch and living room. The explosion hit at 10 56 ., just before Craven was going to retire upstairs to watch the evening news. A i was sitting in the Kitchen with a cup of Coffee and a piece of cake Quot said Craven a about to go up to the bedroom to watch the news and i heard this clap louder than any Thunder i be Ever heard before. I heard the Glass come Down and the lights went out and i sat there in the Kitchen scared to about 50 Homes along Clapier were without Power most of sunday. Police evacuated about 75 people from nearby Homes during the fire. As firefighters combed through the wreckage neighbors began trickling Back to their Homes As a steady rain cascaded from a gloomy sky a they were Good people a said april Mccullers who once lived at 16 Clapier St. And knew Scott and the two children. A it s terrible they had to die in something like drug link is thousands of weeping jews gather at desecrated cemetery associated press Carpen tras France about 10,000 weeping people gathered sunday to protest the desecration of a jewish cemetery while militant jews clashed with skinhead extremists in Paris. Pen of indirect responsibility for the desecration by creating an atmosphere of racial hatred. Be pen favors expelling Frances 3.4 million moslem immigrants and once termed the nazi Holo Caust a a detail Quot of history. Skinheads in France generally sympathize with Neo nazi or Neo royalist groups and generally have shaved Heads or close cropped hair and Wear bomber jackets and steel toed boots. The fire marshal is investigating the cause of the fire no Gas leaks had been found authorities said along Clapier Street friends and neighbors of the victims not surprised that the police found a link to drugs said they were ready to assign the cause of the explosion in their midst a it was drugs a said Ruby Salter 72, a Friend of Scott a. A that ainu to no Gas explosion. They bombed that House a said another Clapier Street resident Knight Ridder Philadelphia a powerful explosion in the Germantown Section of Philadelphia killed a grandmother and the two Young children she was baby sitting saturday night in a House that police suspect May have stored illegal drug profits authorities said sunday the blast Shook a five Block area shortly before 11 Saturday leveling 25 Clapier St., which was vacant and 23 Clapier where the victims were. They were identified As Sarah Scott 71, and her two grandchildren. Futrea 4, and Ricardo Darocha 2 firefighters worked through saturday night and sunday morning to extinguish a two alarm fire that baked the bricks on neighbouring Homes and to recover the bodies buried in the rubble. Recovered from 23 Clapier St. Was a heavy duty Safe that contained thousands of dollars in freshly minted Bills still in Bank wrappers police sources said. At the scene while neighbors gawked at the ruins soldering in a Spring rain police dogs sniffed thousands of jews demonstrate sunday going out of the cemetery at Carpen tras France the Money picking up the scent of drugs police sources said

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