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December 12, 1986 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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SERVING DETROIT'S JEWISH COMMUNITY

THIS ISSUE 50c

Year Of The Spy

DECEMBER 12, 1986 / 10 KISLEV 5747

CLOSE-UP

From Pollard to Vanunu to Iran, it's been a painful
year for Israel and her intelligence service

HELEN DAVIS

Special to The Jewish News

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Jerusalem — An Israeli nuclear
technician exposes his country's al-
leged top-secret nuclear weapons
program to a British newspaper and
then mysteriously disappears from
his London hotel, only to materialize
in an Israeli prison some weeks la-
ter.
All leads point to "Cindy," a
well-built, slightly overweight blond
American in her twenties, who lures
the hapless technician to the South
of France and then onto a yacht
bound for a Mediterranean
encounter .. .
The Mossad strikes again.

The abduction and return to Is-
rael of Mordechai Vanunu, who has
been charged with treason and es-
pionage,. may be textbook stuff in
the intelligence industry, but the
reasons for the operation must stand
in the front row of disasters for Is-
rael's fabled intelligence services.
How did a man as obviously un-
stable as Mordechai Vanunu survive
the rigorous security screening pro-
cedures that are presumably em-
ployed at the Dimona nuclear
facility, Israel's most secret, most
sensitive installation?
How did the intelligence serv-
ices fail to detect that, within the
space of a few months, this Jew from
a deeply religious Moroccan family

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Oak Park . Hospice
Plans Are Delayed

At the same time, the Jewish Welfare Federation is
studying the need for a Jewish hospice

DAVID HOLZEL

Staff Writer

Plans to move the Hospice of
Southeastern Michigan from its cur-
rent leased facility in Southfield to
Dewey Elementary School in Oak
Park are on hold for now, according
to the hospice's acting executive di-
rector and Oak Park's mayor.
At the same time, the Jewish

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Welfare Federation will begin to
assess Detroit Jewry's hospice needs.
Moving into the Dewey School
— closed five years ago because of
dwindling enrollment — is the hos-
pice's "number one option," accord-
ing to acting executive director Dr.
Paul Werner. An alternate plan to
build a new facility on an empty plot
of land would be far more expensive,
even though the school building is in
need of extensive renovations. Dr.
Werner estimated that to build from
scratch would cost at least $5 mil-
lion, while remodeling the school
would cost about $3.7 million.
If the hospice moves to Dewey
School, the facility would include 25
patient beds, a teaching center, a
computer department, and adminis-
trative facilities for the site and
three other facilities the hospice
plans to open in the metropolitan
area, Dr. Werner said. The hospice
has been designated to represent
English-speaking countries by the
International Hospice Institute, he

Continued on Page 32

Are Detroiters
getting what
they pay for
at the local
kosher butcher
shop?

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