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January 07, 1983 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

West Point Chapel Stresses
Jewish Ties to Academy

WEST POINT, N.Y. —
Last month's ground-
breaking ceremony for the
first. JeWish chapel at the
United States Military
Academy here brought one
of this country's _best kept
military secrets out into the
open — yes, there are Jews
at West Point.
Although the current
Jewish enrollment of 49
cadets at the West Point re-
presents only one percent of
the academy's 4,400 stu-
dents, Jews have always
played an important role at
the school. The academy's
first graduating class in
1802 was made up of two
cadets; one of them being
Jewish. Simon Levy, Who
had been accepted on the
strength of his "good con-
duct" as a sergeant at the
Battle of Maumee Rapids,
which ended the 1794 In-
dian War in Ohio, was
commissioned a second
lieutenant.

The pattern of Jewish
enrollment at the academy
has not changed much over
the years, with a total rang-
ing from the low 30s to the
50s and an average of 10
Jewish graduates a year.
More than 200 Jewish West
Pointers served in World
War II and there are now
about 300 Jewish alumni of
the academy.
Among the Jewish
graduates currently serv-
ing the U.S. armed forces
are several prominent
generals. Lieut. Gen.
Bennett L. Lewis (class of
1950) is a Deputy Assis-
tant Secretary of Defense
and Lieut. Gen. Lincoln
D. Faurer (class of 1950) ;
now of the Air Force, is
director of the National
Security Agency. Brig.
Gen. Eugene Fox is de-
puty director of testing at
the office of the Secretary
of Defense.
The $5..5 million chapel,

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Inquiry Panel Ends Hearings Cohens Plant Grove in Israel

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JERSALEM (JTA)— The
commission of inquiry into
the west Beirut refugee
camps-massacre of last Sept..
16 18 ended its formal hear-
ings after it became un-
necessary ,for Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon to
appear before the body a
second time.
He had been summoned
by chief of army intelligence
Gen. Yehoshua Saguy for
cross examination on cer-
tain points of his original
testimony. But attorneys
for the two men agreed at
the last minute that Sharon
would make written replies
to key questions.
The hearings, in progress
since last Oct. 20, would
have concluded their second
round with Sharon's
scheduled re-appearance.
The panel is now expected to
finish work and submit its
recommendations within
the next few weeks.
Sharon and Saguy
were among nine senior
Israeli political and mili-
tary figures warned by
the commission in No-
vember that they might
be harmed if the panel
reached .certain conclu-
sions on the basis of their
original testimony.

The law provides that
persons so notified may re-
appear to give additional
testimony, examine evi-
dence and question wit-
nesses. But this is not man-
datory.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cohen and Family. Grgye is
(Pearl) Cohen of Southfield,
located in the Young,Tgael
on the occasion of their 50th of Greenfield Forest. ,
wedding anniversary, have
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen are
planted a grove of 1,000
members of Cong. Bnai
trees in Israel through the David and are active in
Jewish National Fund.
Bnai Brith.
The Charles and Pearl
Sharon was summoned by
Saguy to answer questions
about two documents pre-
pared by Israel army intel-
INVITATIONS
liegnce on Sept. 15, a day
after the assassination of
DEBORAH'S
Lebanon's President-elect
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THE COHENS_
the Christian Phalangists,
the Lebanese armed forces
controlled by Gemayel. The
Phalangists perpetrated the
massacres.
Sharon, in his tes-
timony before the com-
mission, said he had not
received the army intelli-
gence documents until
the afternoon of Sept. 17,
when the massacre had
been going on for more
than a day.
He was subsequently
warned by the commission
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