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February 26, 1988 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-26

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — An Israeli
cabinet minister visiting
South Africa has reportedly
violated the government's
ban against any contact with
officials of the South African
government.
Avraham Shapira, a
minister-without-portfolio
representing the National
Religious Party, had a three-
hour talk with South African
Minister of Home Affairs and
Communications J.C.G.
Botha. It took place during a
flight from Durban to Cape
Town, Maariv reported
Tuesday.
According to a spokesman
for Shapira, the minister said
he had not known or recogniz-
ed the South African official.
He said South African Air-
ways personnel seated them
together and introduced
them.

B'nai B'rith
Hears Catholic

Palm Beach, Fla. — The
Kurt Waldheim controversy
has become "a symbol of try-
ing to sweep memories of the
Holocaust under the carpet,"
a Catholic Church leader told
leaders of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
However, the Most Rev.
William Keeler, co-chairman
of the National Catholic-
Jewish Consultation, observ-
ed, in most parts of the
United States, that symbolic
aspect of Waldheim — so im-
portant to Jews — is not ap-
preciated by Christians.

Refusenik
Needs Marrow

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New York (JTA) — A Jewish
refusenik in Baku, USSR is
suffering from leukemia and
needs a bone marrow
transplant from his sister in
Israel in order to survive, ac-
cording to Dr. Kenneth
Prager.
The case of the refusenik,
Michael Buchman, is
reminiscent of that of Michael
Shirman, who died almost a
year ago in Rehovot, Israel
after receiving too late a bone
marrow transplant from his
sister.

$50,000 Grant

Washington — The B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization
has received a $50,000 grant
for a unique AIDS education
program for teenagers.

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