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March 06, 1987 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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Auschwitz Site

Paris (JTA) — The Polish
government announced its
formal approval last week of
a plan to remove a Carmelite
convent from the site of the
Auschwitz-Birkenau death
camp in Poland, the World
Jewish Congress was
informed.
The Warsaw government's
decision was conveyed to
WJC representative Gerhart
Riegner by the European Of-
fice of the United Nations in
Geneva. The plan was agreed
to at a meeting in Geneva
between European Jewish
leaders and representatives of
the Catholic Church, inducing
the Archbishop of Cracow,
Franciszek Cardinal Macharski
But apparently, differences
have arisen within the Church
in Poland. Polish Primate
Josef Cardinal Glemp indi-
cated at a press conference in
Brussels that he considers
the matter unsettled.
"The dialogue between
Jews and Catholics must be
continued. This matter is not
terminated. It is rather
astonishing that the Jews are
remembering this fact 40
years after the war," Glemp
said in reply to questions.



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Needs Repair

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Spinoza", the society to
preserve the house in
Rijnsburg, near Leyden, where
the Jewish philosopher
Spinoza lived from 1670 to
1673 and where he believed to
have written his Ethica, is ur-
gently soliciting funds to re-
pair the structure, which is re-
ported in a state of collapse.
The group is seeking private
donations because stringent
cuts in government spending
has ruled out any subsidy for
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Bumpers Tells
Israel Support

New York (JTA) — Sen.
Dale Bumpers (D-Ark.), who is
expected to soon announce his
bid for the 1988 Democratic
Presidential nomination,
vowed to continue his support
of Israel.
"I am and I will continue to
be a strong friend of Israel,"
Bumpers told more than 650
Jewish leaders and guests
attending the 79th annual
dinner of B'nai Zion, the
American Zionist fraternal
organization, at the New York
Hilton Hotel.

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