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November 12, 1993 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-12

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KIMBERLY LIFTON STAFF WRITER

I

srael's security was greatly
enhanced by the Gulf War,
former U.S. Secretary of De-
fense Dick Cheney told 2,000
patrons of the Yeshiva Beth
Yehudah annual dinner on
Sunday.
"We are fortunate that Israel
forces took out the Iraqi nuclear
reactor in Baghdad in 1989,"
said Mr. Cheney, the guest
speaker for the Yeshiva's 79th
anniversary dinner. "The Gulf
War set the stage for the sub-
sequent progress toward the re-
cent peace accord."
At the dinner, the largest
turnout in the organization's
history, the Yeshiva gave the
Golden Torah award to busi-
nessman Selwyn Isakow,
founder and president of the
Oxford Investment Group.
Mr. Cheney, who was award-
ed the presidential medal of
freedom from former President
George Bush for his service to
the nation during the Gulf War,
is a likely GOP challenger to
President Clinton in 1996.
"Israel is now more secure
than it has been in decades," he
said, adding that the United
States must "see to it that Is-
rael remains free."
"A strong Israel economically
and militarily will continue to
be in the best interest of the
United States," he said.
Sending a clear message of
dissatisfaction over the present
administration's plans to down-
size peace-time military forces,

Mr. Cheney said the United
States is in a position of danger
"that we will repeat the mis-
takes of the past and dismantle
military forces." ❑

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Ensemble Plays

North Farmington High
School's percussion ensemble
was the only high school group
invited to perform this week at
an international convention in
Columbus, Ohio.
The 20-musician group is the
second Michigan high school
unit ever to perform for the Per-
cussive Arts Society.
The group includes David
Altwerger, principal percus-
sionist and section leader Shir-
lee Berman, Sarah Brown,
Courtney Carlson, Mario Cor-
setti, Edward Ellsworth, Chris
Foland, Eric Gerts, Luke
Kammer, Tara Keefover, Eric
Leader, Joseph Lenze, Cary
Pianin, Seth Priest, Scott Rich-
mond, Matt Salter, Eric Slaim,
Andy Stein, Jacquie Ward and
Aaron Zorn.
The emsemble is led by di-
rector James Coviak. When its
audition tape was submitted
last spring, the group included
now-graduated seniors Colleen
Christoph, John Gage, Chrissy
Jacobs, Meghan McKelley, Eliz-
abeth Stanko and Paul Stanko.

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