The LDS Church and Jewish leaders in New York are looking forward to working together on relief efforts and other endeavors after announcing Wednesday the resolution of a sticky dispute: posthumous proxy baptisms by Mormons of Jewish Holocaust victims.But not everyone is convinced the problem is settled.The Utah-based church reiterated its willingness to eliminate names of Holocaust victims from its massive genealogical database. This is the latest development in a series of talks that began in 1994, when Jewish genealogist Gary Mokotoff alerted his peers to the LDS practice known as “baptism for the dead” in which living people stand in for the deceased to offer that person a chance to join The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the hereafter. Mormons believe it is their moral obligation to do the temple rituals, while those on the other side can choose whether to accept the action or not.The proxy baptism practice was deeply offensive to many Jews, who had suffered so greatly for their faith.So Mokotoff and a delegation met with LDS leaders, who agreed to remove Holocaust victims from their master list.