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December 22, 1978 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-22

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50 Friday, December 22, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Synagogue Display at Home for Aged Beth Achim Sets

Miniature replicas of 20
synagogues, some dating
back two centuries, are on
display this month at the
Jewish Home for Aged —
Borman Hall.
The works are the crea-
tion of nationally known ar-
tist Aid Kushner of Oak
Park, and were made avail-
able for exhibit by the
Brotherhood of Temple
Beth El.

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The oldest synagogue re-
presented in the collection
is the Portuguese
Synagogue of the Hague,
Netherlands, which was es-
tablished in 1726. Also in-
cluded is a model of the
Touro Synagogue of New-
port, R.I., founded in 1763.
It is the oldest synagogue in
the United States. The pub-
lic is welcome.

Hanuka Latke
Party Planned

Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth
Yehudah -will hold its an-
nual Hanuka latke party
7:30 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. Rabbi David M.
Lieberman, spiritual leader
of the congregation, will
light the first Hanuka can-
dles.
Games, prizes and re-
freshments will highlight
the evening. There is a
charge. The community is
invited.

Labor and trouble one can
always get through, alone,
but it takes two to be glad.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two
military historians have

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Temple Beth Jacob
MOISHE BENNETT, Oak Park
Young Israel
DAVID BOLTON, W. Bfld
Temple Israel
HARRY BRATT, Oak Park
Beth Shalom
PAUL BYCK, Oak Park
Bnai Moshe
STEVEN COPLEY, SM.
Beth Abraham-Hillel-Moses
KOURASH FAYAZI, Sfld
Young Israel of Southfield
GARY FEALK, Oak Park
Beth Abraham-Hillel-Moses
MARTIN GARDNER, HUNT. WOODS
Temple Emanu El
KEVIN GOLDBERG, Sfld
Bnai David
MARK GOLDBERG, Slid
Beth Achim
STEVEN HARTZ, Sfld.
Temple Israel
RICHARD KARP, Sfld
Beth Achim
KEITH KINGSTON, Sfld
Beth Abraham-Hillel-Moses
JEFFREY KLEIN, Sfld
Beth Achim
MICHAEL KUNICK, Slid
Beth Achim
STEVEN LICHTMAN, Sfld
Bnai Moshe
DAVID MARGOLIS, Franklin
Bnai Moshe
JONATHON MILBERG, Sfld
Beth Abraham-Hillel-Moses
BARRY NOVICK, Oak Park
Temple Beth El
BRAD SANDLER, Farm. Hills
Adat Shalom
STUART SHERMAN, Sfld
Beth Achim
MARK WEIN, Oak Park
Bnai David
JAY WEISS, Oak Park
Young Israel
ROBERT ALLEN ZUKER, Sfld
Bnai Moshe

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Cong. Beth Achim's sis-
terhood and men's club will
co-sponsor the synagogue's
10th annual Hanuka latke
party 7 p.m. Tuesday in the
synagogue.
The evening will include
traditional refreshments,
puppet show and prizes for
the children. There is a
nominal charge, and chil-
dren under age 3 will be
admitted free of charge.
Paid reservations are due
at the synagogue by Sun-
day. For information, call
Gere Oliva, 559-5074, or
Rebecca Pearlman, 544-
7470.

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Dec. 29, and 4 p.m. Dec.
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urged that Israel's border
settlements be heavily
armed in order to serve as a
first line of defense in war-
time while the military re-
serves are mobilized.
According to Prof.
Yehuda Wallach, of Tel
Aviv University and MK
Meir Payil of the Sheli fac-
tion, the concept of regional
defense based on border set-
tlements was neglected
after the Six-Day War in
favor of fixed army posi-,
tions.
They believe the concept
should be reinstated now
that Israel faces the possi-
bility of withdrawal to shor-
ter lines in the event of
peace treaties with its
neighbors.
Wallach and Payil ex-
plained their views at a
symposium on national
defense held at Haifa
University. Wallach said
that in order to mount an
effective defense against
attackers, the border set-
tlements should be
supplied with the most
modern and effective
weapons such as field ar-
tillery, anti-tank rockets
and heavy mortars.

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Meanwhile, Israel's de-
fense cirlces have shelved a
plan for the reorganization
of the nation's armed forces
proposed by Gen. Israel Tal.
He concluded that the army
should have a separate
command for ground forces,
thus allowing general
headquarters to serve as
overall coordinator of all of
the armed serves.




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Payil, who is a. colonel in
the reserves, suggested that
the border settlements be
prepared for mobile warfare
by equipping them with,
helicopters, tanks, armored
vehicles, missiles and com-
munications systems. He
said the settlements should
have good shelters, good for-
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