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February 10, 1989 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-10

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Air Conditioned a Headed

SCHECHTER'S

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KOSHER HOTEL GLATT Sunshine daily
YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME

Reserve Now
For Your

WINTER VACATION






phone TOLL FREE:

Entire Oceanfront Block

1-800-327-8165

37th to 38th Sts.. Miami Beach

SCHECHTER FAMILY Mgm't

MIAMI BEACH

Announces The Opening Of The
NEWLY
RENOVATED

SERVING 2 MEALS DAILY
3 ON THE SABBATH
SYNAGOGUE ON PREMISES
OCEANFRONT BOARDWALK

• HEATED THERAPEUTIC WHIRLPOOL • NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT
• WE CATER TO ALL DIETS
• PRIVATE BEACH FREE PARKING
• COLOR TV & RADIO IN ALL ROOMS • DELICIOUS KOSHER FOOD
• FREE CABLE TV



@ The SCHECHTER Family
KOSHER of The Caribbean Hotel

(Formerly the

for

DAYS INN

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Proposed Appointment
Of Sharansky Opposed

10 & 12 Night Packages Available

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• Heated Pool • Private Beach • Color TV in All Rooms
• All Diets Catered To • Resident Mashgiach
On The Ocean at 43rd St., Miami Beach

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AMERICA N
CANCER
SOCIETY

Anatoly Sharansky

It was, in fact, Netanyahu,
Israel's U.N. ambassador un-
til he quit last year to run for
the Knesset, who picked
Sharansky to be his successor.

Arens reportedly agreed
readily to the choice. Sharan-
sky has strong backing in
Likud and among right-wing
hard-liners in general.
But Sharansky has careful-
ly refrained from expressing
a preference for any political
party during the three years
he has been in Israel.

UJA To Launch Fund
For Soviet Immigrants

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© ON THE OCEAN

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Strong
misgivings have surfaced over
the proposed appointment of
Soviet Jewry activist Natan
Sharansky to be Israel's am-
bassador to the United
Nations.
Liberal and leftist circles
fear Sharanksy's strong anti-
Soviet stance could corn-
promise Israel's policies at a
time when relations with
Moscow seem to be warming.
According to the Jerusalem
Post, U.S. State Department
officials have expressed sim-
ilar concerns, which have
been conveyed to Jerusalem
by the Israeli Embassy in
Washington.
Moreover, some argue, the
Soviets are likely to take of-
fense if a man they convicted
of spying for the United
States — however trumped up
the charges may have been —
heads the Israeli delegation
in the world organization.
But a spokesman for the
Soviet Mission to the United
Nations in New York, quoted
by Ma'arivlast week, said
Sharansky was approached
informally for the U.N. job by
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, Foreign Minister
Moshe Arens and Deputy
Foreign Minister Binyamin
Netanyahu.

New York (JTA) — The
United Jewish Appeal will
launch a special national
fund-raising campaign to
help pay for the high cost of
resettling the crush of Jewish
emigrants pouring out of the
Soviet Union.
The decision comes amid
.mounting pressure from local
Jewish federations and reset-
tlement agencies hard hit by
the largest Soviet Jewish
emigration in nine years.
The American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee,
which provides basic housing,
social and educational ser-
vices for Soviet emigrants in
transmigration centers in Ita-
ly, said last week that it is fac-
ing a huge deficit and will no
longer be able to accept
Soviet Jewish clients at its
facilities after March 31.
On Tuesday, board
members of the Council of
Jewish Federations, represen-
ting some 200 Jewish com-
munity federations, adopted a
resolution calling on UJA to

"give serious attention" to a
special campaign.
UJA executive committee
members, meeting at the
Grand Hyatt Hotel here last
Thursday, voted to appoint a
committee to work out the
details of the campaign,
sources said.
It is expected to be a
"separate-line" campaign
similar to that used to raise
funds for Operation Moses,
the Ethiopian Jewry rescue
effort.
More than 90 percent of the
Soviet emigrants are choos-
ing to live in the United
States, thereby overwhelming
Jewish resources at the
transmigration centers in
Vienna and Italy, and in the
major Jewish communities of
the United States.
JDC expects it will need
$53 million in 1989 to con-
tinue its services to the Soviet
emigrants alone, less $8
million provided by the
United States Refugee Pro-
gram. By comparison, care
and maintenance for Soviet

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