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October 02, 1992 - Image 131

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-02

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SAY

WITH
TREES

Guth Blacher

Rolla Yuker

Ruth Blacher, 88, of Oak
Park, died Sept. 24. She was
a founding member of Temple
Israel, a past president of
Temple Israel sisterhood, past
historian of Temple Israel
isterhood, past chairman of
emple Israel school board
and past president of New
Garden Medical Aid.
She was appointed by
Mayor Gibbs to the Mayor's
Council on Aging — City of

Rolla G. Yuker, 78, of Royal
Oak, died Sept. 23. An ex-
ecutive office manager in a
Tool and Dye company, she
was also an active volunteer
for Jewish Family Service.
She was a member of Temple
Emanu-El and its EMES
Group and a past officer and
baker for the Southfield
A.A.R.P.

s

She leaves her husband,
Samuel; son and daughter-in-
law, Harold and Carole of
Southfield; daughter and son-
in-law, Barbara and Jay
Robinson of West Bloomfield;
T3ix grandchildren.

She leaves sisters and
brothers-in-law, Bernice and
David Norris of Oak Park,
Henrietta and James Hender-
son of Shreveport, La., Lillian
Blumenthal of St. Louis Park,
Minn., Harriet Constanzo of
Cicero, Ill.

Chinese Arms Sales
on't Be A Threat

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Chinese
Foreign Minister Qian
Qichen this week assured
Israel his country will make
sure that arms and nuclear
$quipment sales to Iran and
he Arab states do not
threaten Israel's security.
Mr. Qian, making the first
visit to Israel by a senior
Chinese official, touched on
the arms issue in a 90-
minute meeting with For-
eign Minister Shimon Peres.
The meeting at the For-
eign Ministry in Jerusalem
was described by Mr. Peres
as "very friendly."
"Relations between the
two countries are now on the
right road," Israel's foreign
minister told reporters after
the meeting. He said the
discussion ranged over econ-
omic issues and cooperation
in the fields of health,
science and agriculture.
Mr. Qian, speaking

through an interpreter, told
the media that his country
welcomes the "flexible
policy approach adopted by
Israel's new government" in
the peace process.
While discussing
expanding ties with
Jerusalem, the Chinese
visitor said his country
planned to boycott Middle
East arms control talks of
the five permanent members
of the U.N. Security Council
to protest U.S. warplane
sales to Taiwan.
Mr. Qian told reporters:
"Under the present cir-
cumstances, China finds it
difficult to take part in the
negotiations,.
"The U.S. decision to sell
F-16 jet fighters to Taiwan
violated agreements bet-
ween that country and
China. In arms control, good
faith is first and foremost,"
he said.

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October 7, 1991

Your gentleness, warmth and kindness have touched
everyone you've ever met. It is so hard not to hear
your laughter and see your smile.
Forever in our hearts,
Your parents Ted and Rose, brother Bob, sister-in-law
Phyllis, nieces Alli and Jacki and special friend Bruce.

IN MEMORY OF THE DEPARTED MEMBERS
OF THE
GREATER DETROIT SCRAP TRADE ASSOCIATION

ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ARE HONORED BY ITS
MEMBERS, FOR THEY WERE THE GLORY OF OUR
COMMUNITY. THEY CHEERED US BY THEIR TOIL
AND SERVICE. THEIR MEMORY IS LIKE A
BENEDICTION UPON THE WORK OF OUR HANDS.
THEY INSPIRED US TO SERVE INCREASINGLY FOR
THE BENEFIT AND FELLOWSHIP OF ALL MEN.

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SID EDER
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