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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-10

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18—Friday; MO lu, 1974

an Show Desire for Peace
Jackson: USIZ. Cant
Order Aramco Take 'Affirmative by Pulling Out Military Personnel From Syria

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Action' and to Employ Jews

NEW YORK — The State
Division of Human Rights
will order the Arabian Amer-
ican Oil Company (Aramco)
to take "affirmative action"
to employ Jews in profes-
sional jobs in its New York
offices, following an investi-
gation of Aramco requested
by the American Jewish
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The investigation showed
that the oil company has no
Jews in such jobs, although
it employs a "minimal"
number in non-professional
classifications, Human Rights
Commissioner Jack M. Sa-
ble told the AJCongress in a
letter reporting the results
of his survey.
Commissioner Sable was
asked to investigate whether
Aramco was in compliance
with that order after a New
York Times Magazine article
in March said the oil con-
glomerate employed "n o
Jews in its New York and
Washington offices."
Sable said the company
"strongly denies that it in
any way discriminates
against Jews in employ-
ment." He added, however,
that he was "concerned over
the paucity of Jewish em-
ployes in the company's do-
mestic employ, as well as
over the fact that the ones
who are with Aramco in its
headquarters operation do
not occupy other than non-
professional positions."

Japanese Stevedores
Balk at Israeli Ships

WASHINGTON (JTA) —A
Japanese press report re-
ceived here said that about
400 stevedores and other port
workers in Yokohama have
refused to handle cargoes in-
volving Israeli ships until the
Japanese government installs
measures to counter "harbor
accidents."

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NEW YORK (JTA) — The

Soviet Union would demon-
strate its desire to cooperate
in achieving stability in the
Middle East by withdrawing
Soviet military personnel
from Syria and joining in a
proposal to forbid the pas-
sage of warships of all great
powers through the Suez
Canal, Sen. Henry M. Jack-
son (D. Wash.) said to 500
persons attending a Bnai
Br it h Anti- Defamation
League dinner honoring its
associate director and gener-
al counsel, Arnold Forster,
on his 35th anniversary with
ADL.
Sen. Jackson declared: "At
this very moment there are
over 2,000 Soviet military
personnel in Syria, 500 of
them Operating a dense net-
work of surface-to-air mis-
siles. Soviet diplomats have
been urging Syria to con-
tinue its military operations
and cultivating distrust of
American diplomatic efforts

Canada Leaders Tell Solidarity
With Israel; Seek M. E. Peace

OTTAWA (JTA) — Leaders
of Canada's three political
parties stressed their nation's
solidarity with Israel and ex-
pressed the hope that peace
would soon reign in the Mid-
dle East.
These views were ex-
pressed at the third annual
dinner meeting for 150 mem-
bers of Parliament on the
occasion of Israel's 26th an-
niversary. The dinner was
sponsored by the Canada-
Israel committee.
Robert Stanfield, president
of the Progressive Conserva-
tive Party, said that "the
challenge to Israel's friends
is to do what our decency
requires — help Israel to
reach peace."
David Lewis, leader of the
National Democratic Party,
and member of Parliament,
said he also was speaking
"as the Jew David Lewis
whose heart is full of anxiety
in regard to the future of the
state of Israel (which is)
surrounded by enemy nations
and threatened with annihila-
tion. The problem of the
Palestinians will not be solved
by war or terrorism."

Secretary of State for For-
eign Affairs Mitchell Sharp,
declared that Canada's
"standing policy is the recog-
nition of Israel's right to exist
in a climate of peace under
secure and recognized bor-
ders."

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between Canada and Israel
have become closer due to
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aimed at a partial settle-
ment."
The senator observed that
if Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko, who met
with Secretary of State Hen-
ry A. Kissinger in Geneva,
"wishes to demonstrate that
his government will cooper-
ate in bringing about a dis-
engagement, he might well
begin by disengaging the Rus-
sian army and air force from
Israel's northern border."
Jackson warned that the
United States is in a position
of dependence on foreign oil
for as much as one-third of
its oil needs and observed
that "drifting into greater
dependence on Arab oil
could be disastrous."
He urged establishment of
a "real strategic reserve,
capable of replacing imports
for an extensive period in
the event of supply interrup-
tions" and in this connection
advocated a three-point nat-
ional energy policy for devel-

PARIS (JTA) — Strict se-
curity will he provided for
the Israelis participating in
the Olympic chess tourna-
ment to be held in the Ri-
viera town of Nice in June.
The Israel team consists of
eight players, some of them
recent immigrants from the
Soviet Union. Seventy-four
countries, including East Eu-
ropean and Arab nations, are
expected to participate in the
tournament, to open June 25.

raelis visited Canada in 1973,
he said, adding, Foreign
Minister Abba Eban will pay
a visit to Ottawa sometime
in June.
, Donald MacDonald, federal
minister of energy and re-
sources, said that although
Canada is currently concen-
trating on selling nuclear re-
actors to Iran because that
country has the money to pay
for it, "Israel is on the list
and we'll be quite prepared
to sell one to Israel."

opment of energy sources; a
massive research and devel-
opment program or alternate
energy sources; and renewed
conservation efforts.
Forster, who began with
the ADL as a volunteer in
the mid-1930s, was appointed
the ADL's general counsel
in 1946 and named associate
director in 1962, received
messages of tribute from
American and Israeli offic-
ials, and a host of public
figures. Among the dignitar-
ies on the dais were Israeli
ambassador to the UN, Yosef
Tekoah, and David Rivlin,
Israel consul general in New
York.



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Planning), a many - sided
Jewish education program to
attract and hold Jewish
youth, has been instituted
by Yeshiva University, it
was announced by Dr. Sam-
uel Belkin, president.
To coordinate the program, ,
Dr. Belkin announced the
appointment of Rabbi Robert
S. Hirt of Monsey, N.Y., as
director of university plan-
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Yeshiva University. Also an-
nounced were recently ac-
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university, as "seed monies"
to launch the effort.
Students will be encour-
aged to chart careers in Jew-
ish education as early as high
school. Plans call for the
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with students, faculty, high
school principals and par-
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by a broad-based college and
university program planned
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In conjunction with the es-
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