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March 13, 1987 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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THE JEWISH NEWS

MARCH 13, 1987 / 12 ADAR 5747

SERVING DETROIT'S JEWISH COMMUNITY

THIS ISSUE 60c

Pollard's Life, U.S.
Ties Are Threatened

Convicted spy receives death threats in wake of his
sentencing, while Israel-U.S. relations feel the strain

WOLF BLITZER

Special to The Jewish News

Israeli spy Jonathan Jay Pollard
has been moved to a federal prison in
Springfield, Missouri, for his own
protection. Pollard was moved from
the federal prison in Petersburg,
Virginia, to the one in Springfield be-

Henderson-Pollard, is in a federal
prison hospital in Lexington, Ken-
tucky. She is said to be in great phys-
ical pain because she is not permitted
to take some of her prescribed medi-
cation for severe stomach disorders.
Her father, Bernard Henderson, who
was also in court when she received a
five year sentence, said that she is
only allowed to take non-narcotic
medication.
Henderson said he spoke by tele-

CLOSE-UP

PISTON
ALCHEMIST

Ron Rothstein stirs Detroit Pistons

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Continued on Page 18

$1 Million
Gift Will
Cover Bubb!1

A gaunt Jonathan Pollard at sentencing.

cause of the numerous death threats
he has received from other inmates.
Black Muslim and Aryan Brother-
hood prisoners have repeatedly
threatened to kill him because he
was an Israeli spy.
enforcement
law
U.S.
authorities have confirmed that Pol-
lard could easily be killed if he were
thrown into a general prison popula-
tion. At Springfield, a special unit
has been established for about 30
prisoners under death threat.
His parents are Dr. and Mrs.
Morris Pollard of South Bend, In-
diana. Dr. Pollard, a top mic-
robiologist at Notre Dame Univer-
sity, was in court when his son was
sentenced to life imprisonment.
Anne
wife,
Pollard's

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The Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit has been
pledged a gift in excess of $1 million
to replace the deteriorating tennis
bubble at its West Bloomfield facility
with a permanent building which
will also house activity rooms and a
small food concession.
Sidney Freedland, president of
the JCC, said the gift is being made
by Ed and Shirley Rosenberg. Rosen-
berg is the owner of Friendship
Building Supply.
The tennis bubble replacement
has been on the drawing board for
five years, according to JCC execu-
tive Dr. Mort Plotnick. "The bubble is
already several years beyond its life
expectancy." he said. The tennis
facility is nearly 11 years old.
The new construction will cover

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JE ISH_
JOURNEY

A photographic look
at Eastern Europe

STAGE
STRUCK

Braces by day,
show biz at night

Births
B'nai Mitzvah
Engagements
Entertainment
Obituaries
Prosecuting Nazis
Purim Recipes
Seniors
Single Life
Synagogues
Torah Portion
Women

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