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June 03, 1977 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-03

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NJ Adopts Anti-Boycott Rule

TRENTON, N.J. (JTA )—
A bill to bar New Jersey
firms from complying with
the Arab boycott of Israel
was signed into law by
Gov. Brendan Byrne. who
said the new measure rein-
forced the state's stance of
opposing all forms of dis-
crimination.
The state Civil Rights
Commission, which will en-
force the new law, has
power to award triple dam-
ages to an "aggrieved
party."
A spokesman for Inger-
soll-Rand Co., a major pro-
ducer of pumps, coma
pressors and drills for inter-
national trade. said the new
law was an "unnecessary"

restriction on business and
that it would cost New Jer-
sey companies up to
$500,000 a year in lost
trade.

`Gay Bill' Repeal
Urged by Aguda

Jerusalem Blast
Injures Six

MAIMI—A drive to re-
peal the Dade County "Gay
Rights Ordinance" when it
comes up for a referendum
vote on Tuesday, has been
launched by the Commis-
sion on Legislation of the re-
cently-formed Agudath Is-
rael of Florida.
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein
called upon everyone to
vote for the repeal of the
Dade County Homosexual
Ordinance because "It is a
harmful infringement upon
the rights of the individual
to protect his family integri=
ty and a severe blow to
basic principles of educa-
tion."
According to the chair-
man of the Legislative Corn-
er mission of the Florida chap-
ter of Agudath Israel, Dan-
iel Retter, this bill compels
schools to hire homosexual
teachers and requires that
a family rent to an avowed
homosexual couple under
threat of a jail sentence
andor fine. Rabbi Feins-
tein's call was issued as the
president of the Union of Or-
thodox Rabbis of the United
States, appealing to Jews to
"mobilize friends and mem-
bers of congregations to
vote for repeal on June 7."

Domino Sugar
Contest Opens

Domino Sugar has an-
nounced it will award a trip
for two to San Juan as the
top prize in its - Recipe Con-
test for Creative Cooks"
now in progress.
To qualify, contestants
should submit a recipe
using Domino Sugar as an
ngredient. Appetizers,
ain dishes and dessert rec-
ipes are all acceptable as
entries.
Each recipe must include
a clear listing of in-
gredients with proper meas-
ures and directions, plus a
proof-of-purchase sell from
a two-pound box of Domino
Granulated Sugar.
Entries should be mailed
to Domino Sugar, P.O. Box.
3990. Grand Central Station,
New York, N.Y., 10017.
Deadline is Aug. 31.

"It is easy to be brave
from a safe distance."
—Aesop

The spokesman said In-
gersoll-Rand has received
backing for its stand since
sponsoring newspaper ad-
vertising on May 9 denounc-
ing the anti-boycott bill.

The spokesman said the
company calculated that
the impact of the new law
on state firms doing busi-
ness in the Middle East
might affect 25,000 jobs in
New Jersey. Gov . Byrne re-
sponded that "you cannot
put a dollar sign in front of
a basic moral concept. The
bill establishes a prin-
ciple."

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Six
persons were injured when
a bomb exploded in a- gro-
cery shop near the Jaffa
Gate in the Old City of Je-
rusalem at noon last Satur-
day.
One Canadian tourist.
James'Lindsay, 29, of Nova
Scotia, was hospitalized for
a leg wound. His condition
was not serious. Three
Jews and two Arabs who
suffered minor injuries
were treated at a first aid
station and released.
Police said the bomb, a
pipe filled with explosives.
was concealed in a loaf of
bread. The blast collapsed
the walls of the grocery
shop.

Students Present
Recital on Sunday

ZIVIAN . SEARS

Sara Zivian a mezzo-sopr-
ano, and Risa Sears of
Southfield, pianist, will pre-
sent a recital 7 p.m. Sunday
at the Hillel Day School au-
ditoriuni. There is no admis-
sion charge.
Ms. Zivian, a voice stu-
dent of Marko Rothmuller
at Indiana University, will
perform works by Mozart,
Purcell, Faure, Schubert
and selections from Ameri-
can musicals.
Ms. Sears, a music educa-
tion major at Oakland Uni-
versity, will perform works
by Beethoven, Poulenc and
other 20th Century compos-
ers. She has studied with
Mischa Kottler, Flavio Va-
rani and is presently with
Kent McDonald.

Almogi on Tour

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Yosef
Almogi, chairman of the
Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization Execu-
tives left last Sunday on a
week-long visit to the Jew-
ish communities of Ro-
mania as guest of the Fed-
eration of Romanian Jewish
Communities.

Ann Arbor Rabbi
Wili Be Chaplain

. Rabbi Ralph Mecklenbur-
ger of Temple Beth Emeth,
Ann Arbor, will serve as
part-time chaplain at the
VA Hospital in Ann Arbor,
announced the Jewish Wel-
fare Board Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy.

Lefkowitz to Play

Violinist Mischa Lefkow-
itz will perform in a
Brunch With Bach concert
10 and 11:15 a.m. June 12 in
the Detroit InStitute of
Arts.
Advance reservations are
necessary. For the reserva-
tions and information, call
the art institute ticket of-
fice, 832-2730.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 3, 1977 23

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