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July 11, 1986 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-11

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Complete Fur Service

11 MILE & LAHSER
Phone: 358-0850

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by Shopping Center Market

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EARLY 'CHILDHOOD DEPARTMENT
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$400
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Israel Cooperates On
Pollard Case, Meese Says

Washington (JTA) — Attorney
General Edwin Meese appeared
to distance himself last week
from statements emanating
from the Justice 'Department
that Israel has not been suffi-
ciently helpful in the Jonathan
Pollard espionage investigation.
"My understanding is that the
Israeli Government is cooperat-
ing in that case," the Attorney
General said at a press briefing
in which the Pollard issue was
raised only briefly.
Although Meese has consist-
ently refrained from speaking
publicly about the Pollard case,
unnamed Justice Department
officials had been quoted in the
press as charging that the es-
pionage activities of Jonathan
Pollard, the former Navy analyst
accused of spying for Israel,
were part of an extensive opera-
tion authorized by the Israeli
government and that Israel had
withheld information on the
case in violation of an agreement
to cooperate with U.S. inves-
tigators.
The State Department and
White House have since main-
tained that Israel has Pollard
fully cooperated with the
American investigation of the
case, and that this is the view of
the entire Administration. But
unnamed Justice Department

officials were subsequently
quoted in the press maintaining
that Meese had never approved
of the statement.
By saying it was his under-
standing that Israel has coop-
erated, Meese also appeared to
avoid saying that he personally
was convinced Israel had done
all it could do to comply with its
pledge to make information on
the case available.
A high level Israeli delegation
met with Justice Department of-
ficials in Washington to discuss
the prospects for bringing
criminal charges here against an
Israeli colonel, Aviem Sella, who
was named as an unindicted con-
spirator in the indictment of
Pollard. Sella, who allegedly
served as Pollard's chief contact
with the Israeli government, was
never mentioned in the inter-
views conducted by an Amer-
ican delegation in Israel last
December. Two others inter-
viewed by that delegation re-
ceived immunity from prosecu-
tion in exchange for their agree-
ment to be questioned and were
subsequently among the four
Israelis named as unindicted co-
conspirators in the indictment.
The fourth was Irit Erb, a
secretary at the Israeli Embassy
in Washington.

Farm Group Severs
LaRouche Link

Chicago (JTA) — The presi-
dent of the Illinois American
Agriculture Movement last
Monday issued a statement
repudiating any relationship be-
tween the AAM and perennial
Presidential candidate Lyndon
LaRouche.
Admitting that there had been
an initial attraction to La-
Rouche's political organization,
AAM president Ibm Curl said,
"In some terms they can be con-
vincing but we did a littler
deeper study and found that we
thought they were an extreme
group that we did not want to
have an affiliation with."
Curl went on to warn Illinois
farmers not to be seduced by
LaRouche politics. LaRouche
supporters were canvassing
farmers, Curl told Charles Lindy,
producer of "Growing Aware," a
farm news program aired
throughout the midwest.
AAM believed LaRouche
politics could pose a threat
among farmers disillusioned
with the Reagan Administra-
tion's current handling of the
farm crisis. He urged farmers to
remain active within the main-
stream of the American political
system.
LaRouche candidates have
been seeking to enlist financial-
ly troubled farmers for several
years. A recent report by the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith states that "La-

Rouche's followers have been
making a systematic effort to in-
fluence farmers' organizations,
notably the American Agri-
culture Movement."

JWV

YETZ-COHEN LADIES AUX-
ILIARY will have a social

meeting on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in
the home of Raye Weimer,
29334 Tiffany Ct. L-3, South-
field.
President
Newly-elected
Dorothy Schwartzman an-
nounces that the auxiliary is
planning to service one of the
cottages at the Oakland County
Youth Home. Plans for a joint
post and auxiliary picnic will be
discussed.

Seniors Discuss
Current Events

The senior adult department
at the main Jewish Community
Center will have a current
events discussion at 1 p.m.
Monday in the Henry and Delia
Meyers Memorial Library at the
main Jewish Center.
Iry Lichtman will moderate
the discussion. Admission is
free, all are welcome. For infor-
mation, call Judy Samson, 967-
4030.

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