12 Friday, May 19, 1918
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Labor Conclave on Middle East
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NEW YORK — A joint
symposium on "Labor and
Democracy in the Middle
East" will be held May 30-
June 1 at the George Meany
Center for Labor Studies in
Silver Spring, Md. The
three-day conclave, a joint
project of the AFL-CIO edu-
cational department and
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the American Histadrut
In Living Color
Cultural Exchange Insti-
PETRODOLLARS ON CAMPUS: Leaders of Jewish
tute, will be attended by 100
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organizations in this country are seriously concerned over
lab-Jr educators and trade the growing penetration of Arab influence into American
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unionists involved in inter- universities. They fear distortion of university programs.
Types of kisolificelise pleettis.
In the quest of new sources of financial support and with
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Sol C. Chaikin, president the mounting enrollment of Arab students on many cam-
of the International Ladies' puses — there are now more than 20,000 Arab students
UP TO APPROX. 11"s24"
Garment Workers' Union, attending U.S. universities — many American schools of
Black 8 White-or color
will deliver the opening ad- higher learning are seeking grants or research contracts
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• All Types of Photo
dress on "The Historic Rela- from Arab sources. While these funds may be used for
tions Between American perfectly legitimate purposes, like study of Arab history
Labor and Histadrut". Prin- and the contemporary Arab world, they may also be used to
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slant university curricula, underwrite biased anti-Israel
cipal speaker at the sym- programs, and support on-campus propaganda activities
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not consonant with the university's fundamental quest for
former Under Secretary of truth and knowledge.
At the five-day annual meeting of the American Jewish
Committee this week in New York, this problem was one of
major topics of discussion. Some university presidents
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have frankly shared with AJCommittee leaders the di-
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lemmas they confront us they turn to Arab sources for
grants while trying to retain university integrity.
call on a
THE BIAS ISSUE: The cooperative programs or lin-
30 YEARS EXPERIENCED
kage between American and Arab universities have in-
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creased at least 10-fold since 1973, according to State De-
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links as being helpful in strengthening U.S. ties to the
oil-producing Arab countries; also in providing lucrative
contracts from Arab universities and governments for
financially-strapped American schools.
An $80,000 contract for nutrition personnel training has
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recently been concluded between Syracuse University and
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the Saudi Arabian government. Arrangements exist be-
tween Princeton, Stanford, Colorado School of Mining,
Milwaukee Technical College, Cal Tech and others for pro-
viding faculty visits to advise the University of Petroleum
and Minerals in Saudi Arabia. '
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Universities which sought to bar religious bias with the
Saudis found that they were unable to do so. A proposed
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$1.5 million agreement between Massachusetts Institute of
• Extremely safe for children.
Technology and Saudi Arabia's government-run Saline
• 23 — 2 & 3 bedroom cottages.
Water Conversion Corporation was rejected by the Saudis
• We have everything, including :
when MIT asked for explicit assurances that there would be
• game room,
no discrimination. Saudi Arabia also refused to grant a visa
• playground with picnic table & bbq every cottage.
a Jewish professor from Michigan State University in
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connection with a Midwest Universities Consortium pro-
gram of academic assistance to the University of Riyadh.
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As a result, the program was terminated by the consortium
which included Indiana University, the Universities of Il-
linois, Minnesota and Wisconsin and Michigan State.
Because of similar difficulties, Harvard rejected a Saudi
proposal to participate in a health services planning pro-
• Planned programs for teens
Some universities — like the University of Southern
and children! We entertain
them while you play!
California and Georgetown University — are using gifts
• 18 hole ch•moionship golf course! • Floor shows and
from Arab rulers of oil-rich countries to establish chairs for
donc.ng n.ghtly! • 3 gourmet meals • Attractive accom.
mode:roans • Horseback riding • Swimming, water-skiing
Arab studies at their universities. The possible veto power
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which the rulers may attempt to exercise over the selection
of occupants for the chairs they endowed and the potential
discrimination against Jews, are a serious issue. Another
disturbing question is the degree to which Arab donors will
Adults from $29 to $35 per day—Children (under 15)
$12 per day—Sun., June 18 to Fri., June 30
have a voice in designing the curricula and in the selection
(no weekends) 3 meals daily—free golf)
of the personnel for Arab studies. Control over university
and the staffing could result in slanted Middle
JULY VACATION SPECIAL!
East studies programs.
THIRD PERSON WILL BE ONLY ;10!
Inherent in the increasing leverage of petrodollars are
Tues., July 4 to Fri., July 28—The Third Person
shifts in American attitudes toward the Arab-Israel con-
in a room with 2 adults will pay only $10 per
flict and employment discrimination against American
day-3 meals daily—Child, Teenage or Adult
Jews. It was stressed at the AJCommittee parley that while
JULY SPECIAL BONUS
anti-Semitism in employment has generally subsided in
Tues., July 4 to Fri., July 7—Additional
this country, the potential for a new kind of anti-Jewish
children (under 15) in some room will also
bias has grown since the Arab oil treasuries have ex-
pay only $10-per day-3 meals doily
panded. Some American companies are tempted to lower
the visibility of Jews in their offices and on their let-
Sun., July 9 to Fri., July 14 and Sun.,
terheads, in the hope of currying favor with hoped-for Arab
July 16 to Fri., July 21. In addition to
the JULY VACATION SPECIAL of $10
ISRAEL or EUROPE
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any children (under 15) in some
roans with 2 adults will pay only
$12 per day 3 meals doily.
4th of July Weekend
June 30 to July 4.
Genoa City. Wisconsin
Saudi Hot Line
Newsweek magazine re-
ported that the U.S. Treas-
ury Department has opened
a direct telephone line with
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, so
that the Saudis can get the
latest price quotes on the
U.S. dollar in seconds.
The Saudis hold $50 bil-
lion in U.S. Treasury notes.
NEW YORK — The 18th
annual convention of the
tion of Congregations and
Havurot and the Recon-
structionist Foundation is
being held this weekend in
Detroiters Active for Israel in Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Panush, former Detroiters
of Clearwater, Fla., are
being credited by their new
friends and neighbors with
being the drive behind the
highly successful celebra-
tion of Israel's 30th an-
niversary in St. Petersburg
Panush chaired the com-
mittee which organized the
event. More than 20 Pinel-
las County Jewish organ-
Just prior to the Israeli
Panush was installed as
president of the Pinellas
County Mental Health
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
and other ministers on Sun-
day put the finishing
touches on a Torah scroll
written in memory of
Jerusalemites who died in
Each minister in turn, as-
sisted by a religious scribe,
added one of the final letters
to the scroll. Other parts
were written by members of
bereaved families and by
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