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May 11, 1984 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NEWS

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Catholic-Jewish
relations said
to improve

New York ( JTA) — Ar-
chbishop John O'Connor,
leader of the Catholic
Church in New York, said
last week that "enormous
progress has been made" in
relations between. Catholics
and Jews in the last few
years. But he maintained
that there is still more to be
improved in relations be-
tween the two communities.
Speaking at a press con-
ference at, the Waldorf As-
toria Hotel, Wore he ad-
dressed the American
Jewish Committee's 78th
annual meeting, the ar-
chbishop said that in the
last few years the church
has made a major effort to
eliminate from its teaching,
theology and liturgy all
anti-Semitic references. He
said this is one of the man-
ifestations of the improved
ties between Jews and
Catholics.
"There is no question at
all that everything that can
be done must be done to rid
the world of the scourge of
anti-Semitism," he said.
Another sign of the im-
proved ties between the two
groups, O'Connor said, is
the frequent contacts and
the dialogue between mem-
bers of the two com-
munities.

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New York (JTA) — Top
executives of Fortune 500
companies view Israel as a
growing technological
u.b. ousmess, - 6-1w stud y
reveals.
According to Research
and Forecasts, the New
York-based firm which con-
ducted the study, Israel's
emergence as a center for
technological development
demonstrates a- significant
shift among business lead-
ers away from the U.S. and
Europe as a breeding
ground for new ideas and
technology.
The executives cited
Japan and Israel as the top
nations in stimulating re-
search and development ef-
forts among individual
companies and entire in-
dustries and noted that both
countries have policies
which encourage coopera-
tive efforts between indus-
try, universities and the
government.
The survey was con-
ducted in connection with
the Jerusalem Economic
Conference, an interna-
tional forum on high
technology industries to be
held next month in Israel.

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