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June 04, 1965 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-04

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Congress Committee Looks Again
at Anti-Boycott Bill, Urges House
Adopt Firm Mandatory Version

WASHINGTON (JTA)—In a
practically unprecedented move in
Congressional history, the majority
of the Banking and Currency Com-
mittee of the House of Representa-
tives disassociated themselves from
the committee's earlier majority re-
port on the bill against the Arab
boycott and signed, instead, a
separate report urging the full
House to adopt a firm mandatory
version of the bill.
Such a mandatory version had
been defeated in the same commit-
tee by a vote of 14-11. Instead, the
committee had approved a declara-

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tory statement clearly expressing
opposition to the Arab boycott,
but leaving it to Presidential dis-
cretion whether regulations should
be promulgated to implement the
general statement.

When the reports on the com-
mittee action on the bill were
filed with the clerk of the House
Monday, it was established that
at least 17 out of the 33 mem-
bers of the Banking and Cur-
rency Committee signed the sup-
plementary report.
It is understood that this unpre-

cedented development is largely
the result of the efforts of Repre-
sentatives Abraham Muller, New,
York Democrat, and Seymour Hal-
pern, New York Republican, who
have continued their campaign to
explain to their colleagues on the
committee the issues involved in
the legislation.
The supplementary report, the
signing of which by the majority
of the members of the committee
raises the parliamentary question
whether as a result, the original
majority report is indeed such or
has become a minority report, is
believed to improve the chances
of the final adoption of a firm lan-
guage in the bill by Congress.
This supplementary report de-
clares its satisfaction over the
adoption of the declaratory state-
ment by the committee expressing
unequivocal opposition to the boy-
cott but states that "unfortunately,
the bill as reported out does not
go far enough" because it does
not provide for the implementation
of that declaration of policy.

large bank or company appeals to
the State Department against the
Arab boycott, representations are
made on their behalf to the Arab
governments, but when a small
firm turns to the State Department
in the same matter "they get a lot
of double-talk" and are told either
to comply with the Arab require-
ments or lose their right to do
business there.
Noting • that administration wit-
nesses before the committee also
voiced certain technical points ob-
jectionable in the original lan-
guage of the firm and mandatory
version of the bill, the supplemen-
tary report declares that it will
propose a new wording which takes
into account those technical points.
The wording that will be offer-
ed on the floor, on behalf of the
majority of the Banking and Cur-
rency Committee members, will
therefore be brief and simple re-
quiring only that the administra-
tion issue "such rules and regula-
tions (that) shall prohibit the fur-
nishing of information or signing
of agreements inconsistent with
Section 2 (4) hereof." Section 2
(4) is the declaratory paragraph
of the bill expressing opposition to
the boycott.

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"This would be flying in the face
of the intention of the Congress,"
the supplementary report notes.
The majority of the committee
members, in their supplementary
report, denounced as "double
standard" the fact that when a

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEW YORK — Three major na-
tional Jewish organizations have
announced plans for a consultative
seminar aimed at devising more
effective ways of winning and re-
taining the participation of Jewish
young adults in all phases of Jew-
ish community life.
These will be discussed at a na-
tional meeting to be held at the
Barbizon Plaza Hotel, June 28-29
under the auspices of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundations and the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.

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The report notes that testi-
mony by administration wit-
nesses brought out that very lit-
tle was done in dealing with the
Arab boycott on a case-by-case
basis, which the administration
recommends and that, if the
declaratory language alone were
to be adopted, the administration
would not change its present
practice.

A sparkling new "Discotheque
Lounge" has made its debut at
Tamarack Lodge, Greenfield Park,
New York. It features all the
latest records and dances of the
day.
The new addition, built at a
cost of $50,000, highlights a
specially-built dance floor, "game
corner" featuring billiards, and
an up-to-date juke box.
Owner-host Dave Levinson an-
nounced that all other teen-age
activities continue on the sched-
ule. The agenda includes all items
as coketail parties, hikes, hayrides,
ice-breaker games, charades and
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