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May 09, 1986 - Image 37

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-09

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MIKE & MARY

deal was very close to comple-
tion.
Commander Burgren said
that Kfirs this past year flew a
total of 3,060 combat hours. He
predicted that they will fly 4,500
hours during their second year
in U.S. service.
While the Americans had
many nice things to say about
the Israeli-made planes, they
were also quite frank in discuss-
ing some of the negative aspects
of the Kfirs. Bergren, for in-
stance, noted that the Kfirs did
not pose enough of a challenge
to a good pilot flying a top-of-
the-line F-14 fighter. The U.S.
Navy hopes to bring some faster
and more sophisticated F-16's
into the training program to
help meet this challenge.
Burgren also noted that the
Kfir uses more gasoline that the
F-5's in the program.
But both Burgren and Ried-
neau agreed that those setbacks
were more than made up by the
other positive aspects of the
Kfirs. They also pointed out
that the U.S. Navy hopes to
bring over to the Oceana base an
Israeli Kfir pilot in the coming
months to help the Americans
"fine-tune" the training
program.

Our community is indeed blessed by the presence of
Mike and Mary Must who for many years have given
their time, energy, and financial help to various Jewish
causes. Now comes an opportunity to say "Thank You"
to these dedicated people. Mike and Mary will be hon-
ored by the Hillel Day School on Tuesday, May 13th. I
urge you to join in this worthy tribute to Mike and Mary
Must.

BERNARD EDELMAN

For Reservation Information Call:
Hillel Day School 851-2394

Jerusalem (JTA) — Two
bombs exploded here last Sun-
day, but there were no casual-
ties. The first bomb exploded at
approximately 6:30 a.m. at the
Kiryat Moshe neighborhood in
Jerusalem. Two parked cars
were slightly damaged, several
suspects were detained and
released after being questioned.
The second bomb exploded at
Gihon Street in the Abu-Tor
neighborhood. No arrests were
immediately made. Police are in-
vestigating whether both bombs
were planted by the same
terrorists.

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cordially invites you
for Dinner and Dancing
on Tuesday, the thirteenth of May
Nineteen hundred and eighty-six
Adat Shalom Synagogue

Cocktails at six

Music by
Dinner at seven
The Smiling Faces
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Special Honorees
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Thatcher Sets
Israeli Visit

Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher of
Britain is tentatively scheduled
to visit Israel May 24 to 27, it
was reported last Sunday. It will
be the first visit ever by a
British Prime Minister to Israel.
Thatcher will hold talks with
Prime Minister Shimon Peres
and other officials.
Peres, meanwhile, received
the President of Uruguay, Dr.
Julio Maria Sanguinetti who ar-
rived here from Cairo accom-
panied by his wife and a large
party of Uruguayan Cabinet
ministers and members of
parliament.

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Dinner Chairman
Jack Liwazer
Saul Waldman
Honorary Chairman
Honorary Chairman

Ronald Riback
Patron Chairman

Sara Greenberg
Ad Journal Chairman

For Reservations Call

Hillel Day School
851-2394

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