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May 05, 1989 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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MAKE YOUR MOVE
WHEN SHE LEAST EXPECTS IT.

Convent Issue Confused,
Says Carmelite Official

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By STANLEY NEWMAN

THE CHECKMATE COLLECTION

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62-NAILS

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Special

$20.00

reg. $27.00

Good Monday-Wednesday

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(in downtown Birmingham)

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Offices located at:
630 N. Woodward
Suites 301.302
Birmingham

644-2136
647-2500
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647-2500

By Appointment

Date
Time
For your convenience schedule your consultation with the
doctors for the some day.

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Please note: spelling of Yiddish and Hebrew transliterations vary.

ACROSS

1. Nosh
5. Holy Land
excursion
9. Ribicoff and
Fortas
13. Taj Mahal city
14. Racer of fable
15. Shoe bottom
16. Jewish
composer
19. Composer Jule
20. Genesis locale
21. Salon job
22. Foxy
24. Sea plea
26. One-
dimensional
(abbr.)
29. Schmooze
32. Plotzes
37. Son of Seth
39. Emulate Moses
41.
home
(out)
42. Lyrics from a
16 Across
tune
45. Israeli desert
46. Cobbler's
"patient"
47. Window ledge
48. Kitchen
enticements
50. Liberal
subjects?
52. Society-page
word
53. Biblical land
55. Cry
57.
Perignon
60. Eden's
of Life
63. Should
67. Best-known
work of 16
Across
70. "
Karenina"

71. Kosher-pizza
orders
72. Playwright
Hecht et al.
73.
Randall
(Jewish comic
actor)
74. Immunizing
agents
75. Picnic pests

DOWN

1. They're
shlepped from
the market
2. "
a Kick
out of You"
3. Actor Donahue
4. Merits
5. Word indexers
ignore
6. Anger
7. Made angry
8. Shimon of
Israel
9. Blonde shade
10. Noodle shapes

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40. High-fashion
designer
43. "My People"
author
44. Fishing props
49. Guzzlers
51. Any day now
54. Acts like a
klutz
56. She says
"Eat!"
57. "Phooey!"
58. Cry of dread
59. Jewish flutist
Herbie
61. Singer Adams
62. One who
stares
64. Secluded
valley
65. Go after game
66. Mrs. Dick
Tracy
68. Settle debts
69. "The Heart
Lonely
Hunter"

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ANSWERS, PAGE 47

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11. Nobel winner
Wiesel
12. Mailed
17. Chanukah loot
18. Hoity-toity one
23. Connecticut
college
25. Emulated
Sophie Tucker
26. Hotelier
Helmsley
27. Deduce
28. "Do
gentle into
that ..."
30. Hawaiian
souvenirs
31. Knish filling
33. Breaks a com-
mandment
34. Washday
problem
35. Seder setting
36. Kosher-
(not glatt)
38. One of Noah's
kids

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with the Doctors at
Maplewood Office Park

perished "were located in
Birkenau."
The building the nuns have
appropriated, which straddles
the fence of the Auschwitz
camp, was used to store the
Zykion B that was used to gas
the prison inmates to death.
Gegotek did not mention that
the building was used to store
the gas.
"Very close to the building,
numerous Poles were ex-
ecuted and a little farther,
Saint Maximilian Kolbe was
imprisoned," Gegotek said.
"That's why this place is also
of great importance for us
Poles."
He termed the Jewish reac-
tion against the nuns'
presence "very painful and
incomprehensible." He also
said he was annoyed by young
Jews who distributed leaflets
in Auschwitz to protest the
convent's presence.

Brussels (JTA) - A
Carmelite official here has
said the controversy over the
Carmelite convent on the site
of the Auschwitz death camp
arises from a "misunder-
standing," because "the Nazi
gas chambers were located in
Birkenau and not in
Auschwitz."
Father Anastazy Gegotek,
who made the remark on
behalf of the provincial
Carmelite order that is
responsible for the convent,
was interviewed last week in
Krakow by the Austrian
Catholic press agency
Kathpress.
"It is true that Auschwitz is
for the Jews the symbol of the
Holocaust," said Gegotek.
"But the concentration camp
was composed of Auschwitz
and Birkenau," and the gas
chambers where the Jews

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