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April 06, 1990 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-06

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Spring Table Linen Savings!

THE LINEN CENTER

OUR VALUES HIT HOME!

Anne Pollard Paroled
After 40 Months

FIVE POPULAR
SIZES

FREE & EASY TABLECLOTHS
Easy care 50/50 cotton/polyester tablecloths in eight
colors. Machine washable.
Regular Price
Sale Price
60x84" Ob./Ov.
18.99
16.99
60x102" Ob./Ov.
23.99
16.99
70" Round
18.99
16.99
Also available:
52x52"
9.99
7.99
52x70" Ob.
14.99
12.99
60x120" Ob.
26.99
21.99
60x142" Ob.*
32.99
29.99
90" Round*
29.99
27.99
Napkin
2.49
1.99
*Available by special order.

EDINBURGH TABLECLOTHS
Generously proportioned, 100%
cotton formal damask tablecloths in
six popular sizes. 72x90" Oblong/Oval,
72x108" Ob./Ov., 72x120" Ob., and 70"
Round Special Value 29.99 any size
Napkin 2.99.

ROYAL LACE CROCHET
TABLECLOTHS
Beautiful 100% cotton lace
crochet tablecloths in ecru.
Reg. Price Sale Price
66x84" Ob./Ov. 44.99
39.99
66x102" Ob./Ov. 44.99
39.99
66" Round
44.99
39.99
also available:
60x120" Ob.
59.99
54.99
Placemat
2.99
2.49
Napkin
1.99
1.49

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BATTENBURG LACE TABLECLOTH
SETS Save on our beautiful lace detail
tablecloths with coordinating napkins, in
seven popular sizes. 68x88" Oblong/Oval,
68x104" Ob./Ov., 68x120" Oblong, 72x138"
Ob., and 68" Round. Sale 49.99 each set
Reg. 81.99 each set.

20N OFF

P \IN

FLANNEL BACKED TABLE PADS Heat resistent,
quilted pads cut easily to exact size to protect your
table or buffet. Clean easily with damp cloth. 52x70"
Sale 6.39 Reg. 7.99.52x90" Sale 7.19 Reg. 8.99.
52x108" Sale 7.99 Reg. 9.99.

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OUR PRICES
ARE THE LOWEST
ON FAMOUS-MAKER
HOME FASHIONS.

YOU HAVEN'T SHOPPED
THE LINEN CENTER
YOU'RE PAYING
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FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1990

guilty to a crime and coop-
erated with authorities.
The Pollards claim they
were targeted for particular-
ly harsh punishment by
former Defense Secretary
Caspar Weinberger and
former Attorney General
Edwin Meese.
"Elements of the U.S.
government were intent on
making her life as unplea-
sant as possible," said Mark
Baker, Anne Pollard's at-
torney.
He cited prison au-
thorities' denial of medical
treatment for Pollard, after
she lost over 80 pounds in
prison because of a rare
digestive disorder.
She also was denied access
to the press, refused early
parole and forbidden to send
sealed mail to members of
Congress. Now that she is
paroled, Pollard's travel
rights and access to the press
may be renewed.

But Pollard's counsel may
not be satisfied with obtain-
ing perfunctory parole
rights. "We're going to do
some research and see if
there are any proceedings
viable to undermine her
conviction," Baker said.

Maley Resumes Flights
Of Soviet Jews To Israel

ANY
SIZE

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New York (JTA) - After
40 months in federal prisons
and a halfway house, Anne
Henderson Pollard, wife of
convicted spy Jonathan
Pollard, was released March
30 on mandatory parole.
Pollard received two con-
current five-year sentences
after pleading guilty to be-
ing an accessory to her
husband's possession of
classified documents in their
apartment.
Jonathan Pollard plead
guilty in June 1986 to pass-
ing classified U.S. docu-
ments to Israel. He has since
filed a motion to withdraw
his guilty plea, contending
that the government failed
to live up to its respon-
sibilities under the plea
bargain.
Both Pollards feel - that
their punishment - five
years for Anne and life im-
prisonment in solitary con-
finement for Jonathan - is
excessively severe.
According to the Justice
for the Pollards advocacy
group, Anne Pollard is the
only person to be prosecuted
or imprisoned as an ac-
cessory after the fact on any
charge in the United States
after a perpetrator plead

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Jerusalem (JTA) - The
Hungarian state airline
Maley has resumed flights to
Tel Aviv, bringing Soviet
Jewish immigrants to Israel.
The first Maley flight from
Budapest since last month
landed at Ben-Gurion Air-
port on April 1, Israel Radio
reported. It was followed by
an El Al flight from the
Hungarian capital also car-
rying immigrants.
In New York, meanwhile,
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry has reported
that at least 7,300 Jews
emigrated from the Soviet
Union with Israeli visas in
March, of whom more than
99 percent went to Israel.
The number of Soviet Jews
who emigrated on U.S. visas
is not yet known, but is
believed to be small.
The March figure reflects a
steady increase in Jewish
emigration since the beginn-
ing of the year. A total of
4,713 Soviet Jews emigrated
in January, and another
5,788 left the country in
February.
According to unofficial

sources here, 65 percent of
Soviet Jews coming to Israel
travel via Budapest. The
number of new arrivals is
not announced for security
reasons.
Maley abruptly halted the
transport of Soviet Jewish
emigres to Israel last month,
following threats by the
Islamic Jihad for the Libera-
tion of Palestine of terrorist
attacks on aircraft and air-
ports.
The airline has now
restored regular flights, but
has not yet implemented an
agreement to start special
charter flights carrying
Soviet Jews to Israel.

It's 'Summer'
Now In Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) - Israel
went on summertime, or
daylight-saving time, at
midnight March 24, when
clocks were put forward one
hour.
The date coincided this
year with the introduction of
summertime throughout
Europe.

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