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December 15, 1989 - Image 61

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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I NEWS I

Wisconsin Poles
Halt Dialogue

Milwaukee (JTA) — The -
Wisconsin state division of
the Polish American.__Con-
gress voted in September to
"suspend the ongoing dia-
logue conducted over the
past several years with rep-
resentatives of the
Milwaukee Jewish com-
munity."
The announcement of the
rupture by the Milwaukee-
based congress came in a
letter dated Nov. 7 and
signed by the organization's
president, Edward Wo-
jtkowski. It was sent to
Milwaukee Jewish Council
Executive Director Judy
Mann.
The resolution gave as its
rationale "the failure of our
Jewish colleagues to discuss
matters of vital mutual con-
cern prior to stating their
opinions publicly."
The resolution referred to
the Jewish Council's reac-
tion to the remarks made in
August by Cardinal Jozef
Glemp, head of the Catholic
Church in Poland, on the
dispute over the Carmelite
convent at Auschwitz.
"This was more than hurt-
ful," said Wojtkowski. "It
was not doing justice to what
Glemp was saying and to
what that person means to
the Polish American com-
munity."
Mann, however, said that
she found the suspension of
dialogue to be "confusing
and surprising."

Jamie Pollack

Danny Douville

David Dressler

Scott Emmer

Walled Lake Western High

West Bloomfield High

Berkley High

Southfield-Lathrup High

10th & 11th Grade Students

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WITH PROJECT DISCOVERY
— Spring 1990 —
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"WE HAD THE TIME OF OUR
LIVES IN JERUSALEM . . ."

Daniel Chait

Andover High

Limited spots are available for students with
above average scholastic standing.

DEADLINE
DECEMBER 31, 1989

.

Survivors'
Photos Sought

Los Angeles (JTA) — The
Simon Wiesenthal Center,
which is establishing a
Holocaust photo archive for
its new Museum of
Tolerance, is seeking
photographs of survivors
and victims.
The museum is scheduled
to open in the fall of 1990.
Photos and information will
be entered into a computer
system, which will include
the name of each individual,
the date and place of each
photo and any other relevant
information.
The information must be
written separately, not on
the photographs, which
become the property of the
Simon Wiesenthal Center
and are not returnable.
Photos may be sent to
Adaire Klein, Library Ar-
chives, Simon Wiesenthal
Center, 9760 West Pico
Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif.
90035.

Benjamin Wilenken

Southfield-Lathrup High

To R.S.V.P. and for further information contact:

JWF-Israel Program Center
Yefet Ozery 661-5440, or
United Hebrew Schools
Ofra Fisher 354-1050

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West Bloomfield High

Leor Skocylas

West Bloomfield High

Jennifer Sima

Erica Gottfried

Sarah Poger

Denise Siporin

Groves High

Southfield High

Churchill High

Harrison High

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