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November 22, 1985 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 22, 1985

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national level. You know, at
most three or four people from
any community are active on
the national UJA level. Larry is
one of them."
The plight of Ethiopian Jewry
has been a focal point of Larry's
humanitarian efforts during the
last three years. Since his 1982
visit to the Gondar Province,
where the Beta Israel have lived
for centuries, he has spoken
publicly more than 50 times on
that subject.
Discussing the sacrifices and
hardships endured by those
Ethiopian Jews who were safely
year, he was particularly dis-
tressed by the dogmatic insis-
tence of Israel's Orthodox rabbi-
nate that Ethiopian Jewish men
undergo ritual immersion.
"They are Jews in the very
purest, Biblical sense," Larry
maintains. "The ultimate reso-
lution showed that much more
sensitivity could initially have
been displayed toward them."
Les Goldstein, Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity's Midwest executive di-
rector, recently discussed how
Larry has vigorously been try-
ing to link Bar-Ilan to the social
integration of Ethiopian Jews
into Israeli life.
The university has had 17
years of experience in the social
integration of mainly Sephardic
Jews who have emigrated to Is-
rael.
"I know Larry has visited the
absorption centers on his last
several trips," Goldstein says.
"Both he and Shelly are tireless
workers — on behalf of Bar-Ilan
and other causes. In 1981," he
recalls, "they were in Israel on
One of their many missions. It is
thanks to their perseverance
that Bar-Ilan was included on
the trip's itinerary."
Bar-Ilan was also an impor-
tant aspect of the 1982 summer
trip Shelly treated her children
to. "She wanted to experience a
leisurely trip," tells Goldstein,
"to introduce more fully to her
kids the Holy Land and their
heritage."
That trip was memorable for
several reasons. Unknown to
Shelly, Ariana and Seth, Larry
had been called unexpectedly to
Israel by UJA because of the
beginning of the escalation of
the war in Lebanon. "Half the
city of Detroit knew I was go-
ing," quips Larry today, "except
my family!" After what Shelly
originally thought were "pran-
kish" phones from her husband,
the four of them were reunited
in Jerusalem and celebrated
Larry's 40th birthday together.
What Shelly considers a sec-
ond milestone was her children's
reaction to Israel itself. While
the three of them were admiring
the historic view from the steps
of Caesarea's Ampitheatre,
Ariana let out an excited
scream.
"She realized," says Shelly,
"that what before had been only
a photograph in her Hillel Day
School textbook was now some-
thing she was actually ex-
periencing. That moment, I
think, was a crossroads for her."

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