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April 05, 1974 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 5, 1974-25

Bias Charge Against Aramco Investigated

Classifieds Get Quick Results

NEW YORK — Following
a complaint by the American
Jewish Congress, the State
Division- of Human Rights
has launched an investiga-,
tion to see if the Arabian
American Oil Company
(Aramco) is refusing to em-
ploy Jews in violation of a
1962 order to "cease and
desist" from such religious
discrimination.

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State Human Rights Com-
missioner Jack M. Sable said
he \Vas directing the divi-
sion's bureau of regulatory
operations 'to take what-
ever other action as may be

deemed necessary and ap-,
propriate."
The action came in re-
sponse to a letter from the
AJC on the basis of G
newspaper article stating
that Aramco was believed to

Then shall he judge be-
tween the nations, and arbi-
trate for many peoples; and
they shall beat their swords
into plowshares, and their
spears into pruning-hooks.
Nation shall not lift up sword
against nation, nor shall they
learn war any more.
—Isaiah 2.4.

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The executive board of the World
employ "no Jews in its New Zionist Organization decided unanimously Monday that the
York and Washington of- assembly of the World Jewish Congress should be held in
Jerusalem.
fices."
The Zionist Executive voted to appeal to all Jewish
The article, "The Richest organizations and federations represented in the WJCongress
Oil Company in the World," to ensure that the assembly will be held here.
by Leonard Mosley in the
New York Times Magazine
Beame Honored
of March 10, said that King
Faisal of Saudi Arabia' had
at Bar-Ilan Fete
"made it clear that no Jew
NEW YORK — Because of
must ever be allowed to
JERUSALEM ( J T A ) — "the events of the past sev-
work in the service of
Aramco, and every American Thousands of tourists are ar- eral months and the -hard-
or European employe of the riving this week in Israel for ships that have beset all of
company must produce proof the Passover and E aster us, Americans have learned
that each of us has a per-
of non-Jewish ancestry for holidays.
The ministry of tourism sonal stake in peace," Mayor
two generations before being
granted a work permit."
said most hotels have al- Abraham D. Beame told
ready an average occupation some 500 American Jewish
of 80 to 85 per cent, with leaders at the 18th anniver-
hotels in - cities such as Eilat, sary dinner of Israel's Bar-
Natanya and along the Dead Ilan, University at the Wal-
dorf-Astoria.
Sea fully occupied.
This current influx of tour-
The mayor suggested that
ists occurs only a few months "there may still be a most
after t olu r i s m in Israel promising opportunity to
reached one of its lowest start a dialogue among like-
points ever — and at a time thinking scholars of all the
of daily artillery exchanges countries in the Middle East,
,on the Golan Heights.
which might lead first _a to
Some 13 cruise ships are greater understanding of
expected in Israel this week each other, and perhaps,
with 8,000 tourists on board. then, to new and imaginative
The seven aviation compan- approaches to peace."
ies operating in Israel have
Beame received an hon-
added 73 flights to their reg- orary degree of doctor of
ular schedule to meet the humane letters from Bar-
growing demand for flights. Ilan, conferred by Dr. Joseph'
Many Israelis who based H. Lookstein, chancellor of
their Passover vacation on the university.
the tourism slowdown and did
The dinner also honored
not reserve rooms way in
William J. Levitt on the oc-
advance have found to their
casion of the establishment
surprise that most hotels
of the Abraham and Pauline
could not accept them: They
Levitt Scholarship Fund, in
are either occupied by tour-
memory of his parents.
ists or by those Israelis who
Elie Wiesel, author and
did not take any chances and
ordered Their places a few professor at the City Uni-
versity of New York, deliver-
weeks ago.
- The demand for rooms is ed the anniversary address.
highest on seder night. Most
Everyone can master a
hotels charge between IL 60
and 100 ($25) for the seder grief but he that has it.
William Shakespeare.
meal only.

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Rabbi Bernard Bloomstone, Temple Emanu-El, Mont-
real, joins Reform colleagues at the 85th annual meeting of
the Central Conference of American Rabbis in Israel in
giving blood for Israeli wounded through Magen David
Adorn.

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