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January 16, 1987 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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CORRECTION

U.S. Urges
Prison Term
For Pollard

Washington (JTA) — The
Justice Department last
week asked the Federal
District Court here to sen-
tence former U.S. Navy in-
telligence analyst Jonathan
Pollard to a "substantial
period of incarceration and a
monetary fine" for his es-
pionage activities on behalf of
Israel.
A 56-page sentencing mem-
orandum filed by the Depart-
ment said that Pollard, 32,
had compromised more than
1,000 classified documents
and may have exposed the
cover of U.S. agents overseas
as a paid spy for Israel.
Pollard, who was arrested in
November, 1985, pleaded
guilty to espionage charges
last June in a plea agreement
with the Justice Department.
He faces a sentence of up to
life imprisonment and a US
$250,000 fine.
The memorandum stated
further that "disclosure of
such specific information to a
foreign power, even an ally of
the United States, exposes
/ these human sources of infor-
mation, and U.S. analytical
personnel to potential in-
telligence targeting."
The memorandum charged
that Pollard, a civilian
employe of the Navy for six
years and most recently an
analyst an the Antillbrrorism
) Alert Center of the Naval In-
telligence Service, received
tens of thousands of dollars
from Israeli officials.

DUE TO AN ERROR IN THE DATE, THE BEGADIM
AD OF JAN. 9, 1987 ON PAGE 28, SHOULD HAVE
READ "BEGINNING JAN. 8" INSTEAD OF JAN. 18.

WE REGRET ANY INCONVENIENCE
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The 1,400
troops of the United Nations
Disengagement Observers
Force (UNDOF) on the Golan
1 Heights have been equipped
with gas masks and other
anti-chemical warfare gear
and are being trained in their
use, UNDOF commander Maj.
Gen. Gustav Welin disclosed.
Welin, who is Swedish, in-
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caution does not mean that
UNDOF anticipates the use of
chemical weapons in a future
> conflict between Israel and
Syria on the Heights.
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