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December 12, 1986 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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SAY
IT
WITH
TREES
JEWISH

Lillian Varnen

Lillian
Varnen,
past
president of the Fannie Gluck
Chapter, Amit Women, died
Dec. 3 in Phoenix, Ariz. She
was 80.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Var-
nen lived many years in
Livonia, prior to moving to
Phoenix nine years ago. She
was a member of Cong. B'nai
David and its sisterhood and
sang in the synagogue choir.
She is survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Eugene
(Shirley) Tapfer of Phoenix,
Mrs. Fred (Jeannette) Sklar-
chyk of Birmingham and
Mrs. Roy (Norma) Gealer of
West Bloomfield; a sister,
Mrs. Morrey (Gertrude)
Weintraub of Florida; six
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Phoenix.

Alvin Rose

Alvin Rose, a technical
writer for General Rad Co. in
Massachusetts, died Nov. 23
at age 46.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Rose resided in Waltham,
Mass., at the time of his
death.
He was graduated from
Wayne State University and
served with both the U.S. and
Israeli armies.
As a youth, Mr. Rose was
active in Detroit Habonim
Labor Zionist Youth. He
attended the 1959 workshop
in Israel. He was a member
of Kibbutz Gesher Haziv in
northern Israel from 1965 to
1973.
He is survived by his wife,
Tina; a daughter, Tammy;
and a brother, Fred of Oak
Park. Interment Waltham.

Leaks Spoiled
Release: Shamir

Jerusalem (JTA) — Pre-
mier Yitzhak Shamir, defend-
ing Israel's role in the U.S.
arms shipments to Iran, said
Tuesday that "if there had
not been any leaks" Israeli
soldiers held prisoner in
Lebanon would have been re-
leased as part of the deal.
Shamir, addressing a meet-
ing of the Likud Knesset fac-
tion, said that because the
arms deal "exploded" into
worldwide attention, the
soldiers were not freed. He
gave no details but he may
have been referring to two Is-
rael Defense Force soldiers
captured last February in the
south Lebanon security zone.
They are believed to be in the
hands of Hezbullah, the pro-
Iran Shiite extremist group.
Shamir justified Israel's as-
sistance to the U.S. in its at-
tempts to trade arms for hos-
tages. "We could have lived
on Olympus, detached, neut-
ral and indifferent. But we
must live in the area, buy

friends, work with friends
and cooperate with them
when it serves the interests
of Israel," he said.
Israel's
conscience
is
entirely clear in this matter,
Shamir said, noting that had
the soldiers been released
"everyone would have
praised" the exchange.

NATIONAL FUND

Technion Studies
Waves For U.S.

Haifa, Israel — The United
States Navy has • commis-
sioned Technion-Israel Insti-
tute of Technology's Coastal
and Marine Engineering Re-
search Institute to study
wave patterns in Mediterra-
nean ports. The findings will
enable commanders of the
Sixth Fleet, currently in the
Mediterranean, to plan fleet
movements and predetermine
ports of anchor in accordance
with anticipated wave pat-
terns.

Arens Predicts
Arab. Service

Jerusalem (JTA) — Minis-
ter Without Portfolio Moshe
Arens indicated Wednesday
that Israel's Arab citizens
should be allowed eventually
to serve in the country's
armed forces. He told a press
conference it was difficult to
envisage the ultimate com-
plete integration of the Arab
population into Israeli society
without their participation in
the country's defense.

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Mubarak
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Paris (JTA) — President
Hosni Mubarak of Egypt
blamed the attitude of Pre-
mier Yitzhak Shamir for his
failure to visit Israel.
Mubarak, who arrived in
Paris Wednesday for a
three-day state visit, told the
newspaper Le Monde that he
had in fact accepted an invi-
tation to visit Israel, ex-
tended to him by Shamir
when the latter, as Israel's
foreign minister, visited
Cairo a year ago.
Mubarak said he advised
Shamir privately that he
would go to Israel but not to
Jerusalem "as we do not rec-
ognize it as Israel's capital."
He said Shamir broke an
agreement when he revealed
this to the press, and when
he said on his return to Is-
rael, "If Mubarak does not
want to visit Israel, let him
stay away."

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