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February 22, 1985 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BARRY'S
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LETTERS

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The Promises
Of The Lebanese •

29212 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
South of 13 Mlle

To remain as premier of Leba-
/-) non, Karami must accept Syria's
order to oust Israel's army which
occupies key positions in Lebanon
strategically vital for protection
against attacks. If Karami dares
to meet Israelis face to face, he
risks assasination by Arab ex-
tremists.
His offer to patrol south Leba-
non (after Israel's withdrawal)
with the Lebanese army and UN-
IFIL is spurious. His army is inef-
fectual; UNIFIL over the past few
years has proved inept in barring
`7 PLO infiltrations. The 1,200-man
)- K-.
. mostly Christian militia patron-
ing south Lebanon is partial pro-
tector of Israel against the PLO.
But Karami wants no obstacle to
Syria's long-time ambition to take
over Lebanon completely.
The irony is that Israel's enor-
mous sacrifice would have re-
stored Lebanon to independence
from Syrian-PLO tyranny — were
it not for U.S.-Saudi pressure on
Israel to permit Syria and the
PLO to escape total defeat. Note

To our
readers .. .

The Jewish News encourages
our readers to share their
opinions and comments.
Brief, typewritten, double-
spaced letters are preferred.
The paper reserves the right to
edit all letters. Unsigned let-
ters will not be used, but
names of letterwriters can be
withheld upon request.

the price America pays: Syria
compels Lebanon to permit Ira-
nian fanatics to use a base for
murderous attacks on Americans.
We rail against terrorism while
tying the hands of a loyal ally who
suffered frightful losses attempt-
ing to eliminate the hotbed of in-
ternational terrorism.!

S. Norman Gourse

New York

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Readers Missing
Synagogue Listing

I have been missing the listing
of synagogues in The Jewish
News. For what do we need a
Jewish paper if we don't advertise
our foundation, our synagogues,
our shuls?
Whenever and wherever I
travel and come to a city with a
Jewish paper, I read it and I find
all the time a listing of the
synagogues and the time when
the services start.
Personally, I don't think that
the listing takes so much space
and for me this is and would be the
nicest advertising. I wish you
would reconsider.

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Editor's note: With the b'nai mitzvah
now having their own column, it was
our feeling that we can provide more
space and coverage for synagogue
events by eliminating the weekly
synagogue services list. We will, how-
ever, publish the list on a monthly
basis, including all the sermon topics
for the month that are sent to us.

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LOCAL NEWS

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"Jewish Life Around the
World," an exhibition of 51 photo-
graphs by renowned photo-
grapher Arthur Leipzig will open
at the Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield on March 10
and will remain on view through
April 5.
The photographic essay will be
brought here by the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation of Detroit in
honor of its overseas partners and
marks the midway point of the
1985 Allied Jewish Campaign.
The public is invited to meet Liep-
zig on March 10 at a Campaign
progress report meeting at 9:30
a.m. To attend the meeting, con-
tact Barbara Satinsky at Federa-
tion, 965-3939. Reservations are
required. Admission is free.
Leipzig, whose works have ap-
peared in many of the country's
major museums, including New
York's Museum of Modern Art
and the Metropolitan Museum of
Art, traveled 12 years throughout
the world driven by a personal
commitment to capture his sub-
ject.

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"Jewish Life Around the
World" consists of 51 original
photographs selected from a
showing of 150 exhibited at the
Nassau County Museum of Fine
Art in Roslyn, N.Y. The show was
made possible in part by a grant
from United Jewish Appeal.

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INVITATIONS?

Friday, February 22, 1985

PROFILE OF A PARTNER

MARK DIEM

OCCUPATION: Physician,
Owner, Family Care Clinic
WOMEN IN HIS LIFE:
Wife Linda, daughters,
Amy, Shira, Rena
LEISURE ACTIVITY:
Photography, painting,
jogging, tennis, classical
music, travel
COMMUNITY INTERESTS: Jewish Community Center
and Shaarey Zedek Men's Club boards; Fresh Air Society
medical advisory board; Detroit Red Cross disaster
committee; chairman, Huntington Woods Central Plaza
committee
POINT OF PRIDE: "I make house calls, too"
ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEER ROLE:
Chairman, Osteopathic Medical Physicians Section;
"charter member," Hadracha leadership development group
WHY HE'S A CAMPAIGN PARTNER: "When I was
going through medical school, I needed financial assistance.
Hebrew Free Loan helped me with interest-free loans. I
suppose I'm giving back something to the community by
volunteering my service."

ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN .. .
WE ARE ONE: Partners For Life

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