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November 28, 1975 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8 November 28, 1975

Bill Would Block U.S. Aid to Counter Arab Boycotting

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
An amendment to the U.S.
economic assistance au-
thorization bill to counter
discrimination by Arab gov-
ernments against American
Jews, blacks and women has
been approved by a House-
Senate conference commit-
tee.
Its supporters, led by Sen.
Clifford Case (R-N.J.), said
following its adoption late
last Thursday that they ex-
pect both branches of Con-
gress to approve it without

much opposition when the
legislators return to the cap-
ital after the Thanksgiving
recess.
The amendment directs
the President not to take
into account in assigning
officers or employees of the
United States to serve in
any foreign country their
race, religion, national ori-
gin or sex; that "such as-
signment shall be made
solely on the basis of ability
and relevant experience."

The Secretary of State is

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directed to establish "such
rules as may be neces-
sary" to implement the
law six months after its
enactment.

At the same time, Rep.
John Heinz III (R-Pa.) called
on Attorney General Ed-
ward Levi for an opinion on
the constitutionality of a
California plan that would
abet Saudi Arabian discrim-
ination against Jews and
others.
Heinz told Congress a
project announced by the
California State Depart-
ment of Transportation to
help unemployed members__
of that department get jobs

Meanwhile, the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress
charged that the new fed-
eral regulations an-
nounced by President Ford
last week will continue to
permit American corpora-
tions to defy the 1965 fed-
eral law prohibiting re-
strictive trade policies.

The AJCongress state-
ment said the policies are a
helpful step, but do not do
enough to help American
businesses defy Arab pres-
sure.

Hanuka—Children's Festival

Children of Jewish Military personnel at Ford Ord,
Calif., are shown lighting the Hanuka candles with the
aid of a chaplain. The National Jewish Welfare Board
provides a unified Jewish education curriculum, which
permits movement between military bases without inter-
ruption of Jewish education.

New Books for November

"Jung: And the Story of
Our Time," by Laurens van
-der Post, one of C. G. Jung's
closest friends, will be pub-
lished this month by Pan-
theon.
The book is a record of a
lasting friendship between
two men, both of whom
were fellow-explorers of the
same stamp, sharing an in-
terest in Africa and its peo-
ples and a concern for the
- interior life of man.
Because of their kinship,
van der Post emerges as a

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building roads in Saudi Ara-
bia would not be open to
Jews, Blacks or women be-
cause they are unacceptable
to the Saudi government.

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wise guide into the hidden:
territories Jung sought to
explore.

Another new book,
"Plant Parenthood," by
Maggie Baylis (Charles
Scribner's Sons), supple-
ments her "House for the
Purple Thumb" with em-
phasis on relating plants
to their environment.

The 192-page book covers
the entire spectrum of ac-
quiring and caring for house
plants with over 200 illus-
trations.

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