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October 23, 1992 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-23

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BORMAN HALLJpage 22

was a home that had an ex-

tensive history of noncom-
pliance (with state
regulations)."
The public health team
will now be working with the
Health Care Finance
Administration (HCFA),
which will coordinate future
surveys of Borman Hall.
HCFA is a Chicago-based
federal agency that oversees
health-care facilities which
receive Medicare and Medic-
aid funding. ,
If Borman Hall fails to
show major improvements by
Nov. 15, the federal govern-
ment may deny Medicare

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111,
01

Copynght 1992. Two North Productions. Inc., All rights reserved

and Medicaid funding to res-
idents at the Home. Federa-
tion leaders and Home _
officials are determined to
see that does not happen.
"We believe the idea of
working as a team is taking
hold among all the staff of
Borman Hall," Home Execu-
tive Director Arnold Budin
said. "They know the seri-
ousness of this. They want to
be successful."
'What's important to know
is that progress is being
made," Mr. Schoen added.
"Though we may have to
take some action yester-
day." ❑

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Young Soccer Fans
Jailed As Vandals

Paris (JTA) — Four young
supporters of a soccer club in
Lyon have been arrested and
charged with the desecration
of the Jewish cemetery in
that city last month.
Of the four, two 20-year-
olds and a minor were im-
mediately jailed.
Numerous gravestones in
the old cemetery in the
southeastern city were
daubed with swastikas and
graffiti such as "Heil
Hitler," "Adolf Hitler our
father" and "Adolf back to
power" in the early morning
hours of Sept. 13.
The four told police in
statements that they had
gone out on a drinking spree
in local bars. After an ex-
cessive number of beers,
three of them climbed over
the wall of the Jewish
cemetery and desecrated
some headstones, while the
fourth pasted a hostile
slogan on the outside wall of
the graveyard.
The cemetery is located
close to the grounds of the
Lyon soccer club, the Olym-
pique. Investigators thought
immediately that the
culprits might be soccer sup-
porters.
It has become a fashion to
shout anti-Semitic slogans
during soccer matches
throughout Europe and
there have been reports that
soccer clubs have been in-
filtrated by extreme right-
wing groups.
During an encounter bet-
ween the Olympique and a
club from Paris, four
youngsters were heard yell-
ing at the visiting players
the same slogans as those
which had been daubed on

the Jewish tombs. The four
were arrested on the spot.
Asked by the police to
write down the slogans they
were heard shouting, the
four misspelled them the
same way they did in the
Jewish cemetery.
They have been charged
with provocation to racial
hatred, profanation of
graves and defacing of
monuments.

Terrorists
Kill Farmer

Jerusalem (JTA) — Arab
terrorists stabbed to death a
-Jewish farmer in northern
Israel as Palestinians in east
Jerusalem rioted over the
death of a security prisoner
who had been on a hunger
strike.
Violent riots erupted in
both Jabel Mukaber and the
northern neighborhood of
Isawiya, and a three-day
general strike was called.
Schools were closed. Rioters
threw stones at Israeli
vehicles, but no one there
was hurt.
The killing and riots were
the latest violence
emanating from the
prisoners' two-week hunger
strike, which ended last
week.
Last week, angry farmers
in the north demanded that
security authorities restore
law and order following the
brutal murder of Shimon
Avraham.
Mr. Avraham, 33, was re-
peatedly stabbed from
behind as he repaired water
lines in the fields of Moshav
Prazon.

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