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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-18

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Friday, January 18, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Agnes and Bernard
Klein, the family of the late

NEWS

MELVIN S.
STEIN

MORICE
GROSS

Lebanon withdrawal plan hits snag

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The plan to
withdraw the Israel Defense
Force from south Lebanon ran
into problems this week over the
role the United Nations Interim
Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) will
play during the first stage of the
three-stage pullback approved by
he Cabinet Monday night.
The first stage calls for evacua-
ion of the IDF from the Awali
River line and the coastal town of
Sidon and its environs, to be com-
Aeted within five weeks. Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin an-
ounced immediately after the
'abinet vote that Israel would
,eek arrangements for the
Lebanese army and/or UNIFIL to
`- ake over the area.
But Undersecretary General
Brian Urquhart told Rabin at a
meeting Tuesday that such com-
mitment was not within the man-
late of UNIFIL and that he would
lave to refer the matter back to
JN headquarters in New York.
Urquhart reportedly said there
were "problems in principle" be-
„:ause the region of south Lebanon
assigned to UNIFIL does not in-
clude the area from which the IDF
will depart in the first stage of the
withdrawal plan. He said he
would ask the Secretary General,
Javier Perez de Cuellar, and
through him the Security Coun-
cil, to discuss changes in the UN-
IFIL mandate.
The UN diplomat flew to Israel
Monday night for another round
of talks with government leaders
in Jerusalem, Beirut and Damas-
cus in what has been called a
last-ditch effort to break the cur-
rent impasse between Israel and
Lebanon over a military security
and withdrawal agreement. He
met with Rabin and Chief of Staff
Gen. Moshe Levy at Defense
Ministry headquarters Teusday
and left at noon for Beirut. He was
expected to return to Israel before
the weekend.
Israel would like to see UNIFIL
troops patrol the region north of
the Litani. The Lebanese and Sy-
rians seem to insist that the UN
force confine itself to its present
zone of operations just north of the
Israeli border though not contigu-
ous to it.

Israel wants the strip im-
mediately north of the interna-
tional border in the hands of its
ally, the South Lebanon Army
(SLA), a Christian militia com-
manded by Gen. Antoine Lehad,
which would continue to operate
with IDF advisers after the-final
stage of the withdrawal plan
when all Israel troops will have
left Lebanese soil.
Meanwhile, Likud has become
increasingly restive over the
withdrawal plan, which the
Cabinet approved by a vote of 16-6
following two days of debate. The
party's Knesset faction is in-
censed because two Likud minis-
ters, David Levy of the Herut bloc
and Gideon Patt of the Liberal
Party, broke ranks to vote with
the Labor minister and their al-
lies in favor of the plan. Neither
minister had consulted the party
caucus before they voted.
Deputy Premier and Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir, the
leader of Likud, told reporters
Tuesday that he did not like the

withdrawal plan because he
thought it was fraught with dan-
gers and contained no satisfactory
security arrangements.
In Washington, the Reagan
Administration welcomed the Is-
raeli move and said it could be a
"new impetus” for the Israeli-
Lebanese talks at Nakura.
"The United States welcomes
Israel's decision to withdraw its
forces from Lebanon," State De-

partment deputy spokesman Alan
Romberg said. He said it was
"consistent" with the U.S. effort to
bring about a withdrawal of all
foreign forces from that country.
Romberg would not comment
specifically about the plan, which
would be implemented next
month. But he noted that Israeli
officials have said that Israel now
plans to return to the talks at
Nakura.

The Family
of the Late

with
Acknowledge
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent be-
reavement.

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent be-
reavement.

IN MEMORIAM

In loving
memory of

BUSINESS

BULK FOOD WAREHOUSE,
31170 Southfield Rd. at 13 Mile,
Corners Shopping Center, is offer-
ing grand opening values on groc-
ery items and gourmet foods. The
store is open Monday through
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and
noon to 5 p.m. Sundays.

TEL-12 MALL will have an an-
tique show now through Jan. 27.
In addition to the sale of items,
restoration services will be avail-
able. Admission is free. Mall
hours are 10 a.m.-9 p.m. daily and
noon-5 p.m. Sunday.

DR. WILLIAM J. BURLANT,
former Detroiter of Wayne, N.J.,
has been named vice president
and director of research and de-
velopment at GAF Corp.

RUTH SUGAR BERESH will
teach classes in the Chancery
Cursive and Copperplate styles of
calligraphy at 9:30 a.m. Monday
and 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, respec-
tively, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
There is a fee, and child care will
be available. For information and
to register, call Ms. Beresh, 646-
8849, prior to the first session.

JON GREENBERG AND
ASSOCIATES, Berkley, has
been selected by Crowley's to de-
sign, coordinate and fixture its
new 57,000 square foot, full line
department store at Tel-12 Shop-
ping Center.

FOLAND'S will host Life Styles
'85, a consumer home, gift and
bridal show, today-Sunday at the
Southfield Civic Center. Hours of
the show are today, 7-10 p.m.;
Saturday, noon - 9 p.m.; and Sun-
day, noon - 6 p.m.

THELMA
KELLER

DR. HENRY
GREEN

Who died Jan. 22, 1983.
Sadly missed and always
will be loved by her family:
husband, Harry; children,
Joyce and Debbie; and
grandson, Jedd.

Who died on Feb. 1, 1982,
eight days in Shevat. Sadly
missed and forever in our
hearts by wife, Edna; son
and daughter-in-law,
Howard and Bettie Green;
and grandsons, Harley
and Hanley Green.

In cherished
memory of

MYER
LITTKY

Holiday menu
planner offered

Manischewitz Foods will soon
offer their new 1985 Passover
Menu Planner. It's filled with re-
cipes for the Seder and through-
out the Passover holiday.
Recipes are included for every-
thing from main dishes and salads
to desserts. Several of the desserts
are made with manischewitz cake
mixes and included in the Merit].
Planner is a 25 cent coupon for
any Manischewitz Cake Mix, plus
a 15 cent coupon for Manischewitz
Matzah Balls and Broth.

LOCAL NEWS

AJCommittee official
here for Ethiopia report

David A. Harris, national de-
puty director of the international
relations department of the
American Jewish Committee,
will be the speaker on Tuesday in
the board room of the Jewish
Family Services building, 24123
Greenfield, Southfield, at 7:30
p.m., sponsored by the Detroit
Chapter of the AJCommittee.
Harris will report on his recent
inspection visit to Ethiopia.
The topic of the meeting will be
"Our Jewish Condition Around
the World, 1985 (Ethiopia, Soviet
Union, Central and South
America and Israel).
The public is invited. For reser-
vations, call AJC office, 965-3353.
Prior to joining the American
Jewish Committee staff, Harris
worked as director of the Wash-
ington office of the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry. Prev-
iously, he worked with HIAS in
Rome and Vienna dealing with the
migration of Soviet and East
European Jewish refugees.
He has also been concerned

In loving
memory of
our beloved

(Jan. 3, 1981)

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Always in our hearts.
Loving wife, Sarah; chil-
dren, Ruth, Robert and
Phyllis; and grandchil-
dren.

In Loving Memory of Our

Beloved Father, Grandfather

and Great-Grandfather

PHILLIP ROSENBERG

Who left us the 23rd day of Tevet, Jan. 20, 1971.
Sadly missed, but who left us with loving memories
we will never forget. His children, Rose and Mitchell,
Ann and Max and Esther and Dave.

In memory of our dear beloved

Mother who passed away

Jan. 20, 1969

MINNIE A. ZACK

16th year yahrzeit will be observed

Wednesday

Jan. 23, 1985

David H. Harris

with developing a Jewish com-
munity response for the resettle-
ment of Indochinese refugees, and
has been involved in the questions
of Ethiopian Jewry and the
famine in that country.
He is the author of one book for
Soviet Jews in the United States
and numerous articles.

First day of Shevat

Who is sadly missed and will always be remem-

bered as the most beautiful mother in the world, by

her children and grandchildren.

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