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November 12, 1993 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-12

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Health Care
Talk Set

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YOU How To GET To SESAME STREET.

Dr. Marilyn Rosenthal will ad-
dress the Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute on "Clinton's Health
Care Proposal: Will It Work?"
8:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at Franklin
Pointe clubhouse. Dr. Rosen-
thal, a medical sociologist, is di-
rector of the Health Policy
Studies program at the Uni-
versity of Michigan-Dearborn.
The public is invited.

TWELVE
OAKS

-96

Pollard Support
In Washington

Washington (JTA) — Hun-
dreds of supporters of
Jonathan Pollard descended
on Washington this week to
urge the Clinton ad-
ministration to commute
Mr. Pollard's life sentence
for spying for Israel.
In an event dubbed Inter-
national Jonathan Pollard
Lobby Day, about 500
Pollard supporters held
meetings Tuesday with
members of Congress and
the Israeli ambassador,
Itamar Rabinovich, in a
high-profile effort to free the
former civilian Navy intel-
ligence analyst.
At an emotionally charged
press conference on Capitol
Hill lobby organizers termed
the event a success.
Speakers, including
several members of Con-
gress, encouraged the
assembled Americans and
Canadians to keep pushing
for Mr. Pollard's release.
Since Mr. Pollard's convic-
tion for espionage in 1986,
the American Jewish com-
munity has been sharply
split over his controversial
case.
While some in the Jewish
community have refrained
from taking a position on the
Pollard issue or have not
supported him, large
numbers of local and nation-
al groups have been vocally
backing him.
Mr. Pollard's sister, Carol,
said that 220 Jewish groups
are on record supporting a
commutation of Mr.
Pollard's sentence.
His supporters charged
that Mr. Pollard's sentence
is excessive, and have filed a
petition asking the ad-
ministration to review the
case and grant Mr. Pollard
clemency.
The Justice Department is
expected to forward the peti-
tion to the White House. O

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