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February 15, 1991 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-02-15

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ed in loving memory of her
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Frumin.

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ARE YOU ENGAGED?

Then you will be interested in a new pre-
marital workshop offered by: Jewish
Family Service, and Temple Emanu-El.

"KIDDUSHIN IS FOR KEEPS"

Topics discussed include:

- The meaning of love and commitment
through marriage
— The art of communication
—Sexuality and Marriage
- How Jewish Living can strengthen your
marriage (the last session condu c - ted by
Rabbi Lane Steinger)

Meets Wednesday evenings, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
beginning February 20 through March 13,
1991, at Temple . Emanu-El, 14450 W. Ten Mile,
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Cost: $35.00 affiliated couples (any synagogue)
$40.00 non-affiliated couples

For information, please call Lorraine Lerner,
MSW Workshop Leader or Ann Mintzer, MSW
at Jewish Family Service at 559-1500.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1991

Continued from preceding page

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NOV. 28 — Steve and Barbara

Fallen of Santa Ana, Calif.,'
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Ariella Tamar. Proud grand-
parents are Sandy and
Loralei Levine of Oak Park,
Harvey and Susan Fallen,
. and Betty Lehman of Holt-
ville, Calif. Delighted great-
grandparents are George and
Reah Bass. Ariella is named
in loving memory of her
maternal great-aunt, Ella
Stouber.

.NOV. 19 — Ida and Louis

Goutman of West Bloomfield
are delighted to announce the

birth of their daughter,
Rachel Lauren, sister to
Stephen and Julie. Thrilled
grandparents are Dr. Sidney
and Marion Leib of Boca
Raton, Fla., and West Bloom-
field, and Emanuel and
Pearl Goutman of South-
field. Rachel Lauren is nam-
ed in loving memory of
her paternal great-grand-
mother, Esther Levenson, and
her paternal great-great-
aunt, Jeanne Levenson.

NOV. 5-- Dr. Avi and Nancy
(Caplan) Bernstein are thrill-
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their daughter, Jamie Brooke,
sister to Jessica Sara. Proud
grandparents are Carole and
David Caplan of Birmingham
and Paula and Jack Bern-
stein of Chicago. Jamie is
named in loving memory of
her paternal great-grand-
father.

4

4

Abu Nidal May Be Heart
Case In Belgian Hospital

Brussels (JTA) — Is the no-
torious Palestinian terrorist
Abu Nidal a patient at
Brussels' Erasmus Hospital?
And if so, is his presence
there related to the still un-
solved murder of Dr. Joseph
Wybran, former head of the
Belgian Jewish community?
Both are possible, accor-
ding to Lazard Perez, who
succeeded Dr. Wybran as
president of the Coor-
dinating Committee of
Belgian Jewish Organiza-
tions, the umbrella group of
Belgian Jewry.
"At the present stage, we
have no precise information,
but the presence of Abu
Nidal in the Erasmus
Hospital is one assumption
among others," Mr. Perez
told the European Jewish
Press Agency here.
He was commenting on a
report in the weekly Le Vif-
L'Express claiming that
"European intelligence ser-
vices" received reports that
Abu Nidal, head of the
Fatah Revolutionary Coun-
cil, has been hospitalized
several times at Erasmus
Hospital, under a false
name, for a heart ailment.
According to the weekly,
intelligence specialists are
convinced that the informa-
tion is accurate. An Erasmus
Hospital official was quoted
as saying he could not rule it
out.
The publication quoted the
same intelligence sources as
saying that Dr. Wybran may

.

have been murdered because
he recognized Abu Nidal at
the hospital.
The Jewish community
leader, who headed the
hospital's immunology and
hematology department,
wag found 'shot to death in
the hospital's parking lot on
Oct. 3, 1989. The case re-
mains unsolved.
Asked to comment on the
likelihood of such a link, Mr.
Perez remarked that
"everything is possible."
"Everyone knows that 4
Abu Nidal doesn't move
around without bodyguards,
that he has no scruples and
that he doesn't hesitate to
solve problems by killing,"
he observed.
He said Belgian Jewish of-
.4
facials "are in constant con-
tact with the interior min-
ister" on the subject. "
The rumored "confinement
of Abu Nidal in a Brussels
hospital followed the embar-
rassing revelation a week
I
ago that his cohort, Walid
Khaled, was visiting the
Belgian capital on a tourist
visa issued by the Foreign
Ministry.
The disclosure that on the
eve of the Persian Gulf war,
a known terrorist had
freedom of the city where.the
European Community is
headquartered caused two
government ministers to
resign and put the political
future of Foreign Minister
Mark Eyskens in jeopardy.

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