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September 01, 1989 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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KADIMA

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Services for the Mentally Ill

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JOIN IN THE LAUGHTER

with comedian

and unimaginative leader-
ship?'
Halevy and Livingstone say
that Israel's intelligence
gives "little attention" to
long-range planning. They
urge Israel to put greater em-
phasis on projecting the con-
sequences of such actions
such as Obeid's kidnapping
and less "on the sort of opera-
tional intelligence needed to
mount a single, flashy raid in
Lebanon?' ❑

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7:00 p.m. • Sunday, September 17, 1989

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OFFICERS

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Ann Pollard's
Request Denied

New York (JTA) — In a dou-
ble blow to her hopes of leav-
ing prison, Anne Henderson
Pollard, wife of convicted spy
Jonathan Pollard was denied
early release on parole last
week, and although she is of-
ficially eligible for furloughs,
was told she will not be
released for the High Holy
Days.
Anne Pollard is currently
an inmate at the Danbury
Federal Prison Camp. She has
been imprisoned since March
4, 1987, after being convicted
of possession of classified
documents in connection with
her husband's case. Jonathan
Pollard is serving a life
sentence for spying for Israel.
Anne Pollard's hopes were
raised on Aug. 3, when her
status at the minimum-
security prison was upgraded
to "community custody?' This
meant she became officially
eligible for either day-long
furloughs or overnight
furloughs that last up to
seven days. She also became
eligible for placement in a
halfway house.
Prison authorities reported-
ly immediately ruled out the
option of a halfway house for
Pollard, because of her
medical condition. She suffers
from a rare gastrointestinal
disease.
Last week, Anne Pollard
faced the regional parole
board, which after brief
deliberations, recommended
against her release.

,

According to Cathleen Pin-
ner, a spokeswoman for
regional prison commissioner
Daniel Lopez, the chances
that the parole board's deci-
sion will be reversed are slim.
The commissioner, Pinner
said, "generally agrees with
the recommendation of the
panel?'

Gary Miller, Treasurer
Judy Richmond, Recording Secretary
Bessie Chase, Corresponding Secretary

Rhoda Raderman, President
Dean Gould, Vice President
Sondra Nathan, Vice President

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Janet Aronoff, Past President
Al Ascher
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Doreen Herrnelin
Sarah Hochman
Jan Hockenberg

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Keith Lewis
Alan May
Faye Menczer
Kenneth Nathan
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