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February 09, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-09

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36 Friday, February 9, 1919

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Soccer Team F ocus of Bias

North Adams State and
Babson College.
During the North Adams
game the Brandeis players
were taunted and called
anti-Semitic names. Fol-
lowing the game the team
bus was surrounded and
pelted by a crowd of stu-
dents.
At Babson., a flag with a
Star of David was displayed
with the inscription "KTJ
— Kill the Jews" and a cross
superimposed.
The Babson team, ath-
letic director and college
president apologized for
the incident, held a pub-
lic meeting on campus
and plans programs to
develop sensitivity to
Jewish concerns.
The incident at North
Adams State is still being
investigated.
The two incidents in
Massachusetts and a simi-
lar incident at the Univer-
sity of Florida in Gaines-
ville has led the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith to begin an investiga-
tion of prejudice among col-
legians.

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By JOSEPH POLAKOFF

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Chinese Vice Premier Ten
Hsiao-ping's call to Ameri-
cans on his current
Washington visit to be wary
of the Soviet Union's global
strategy dovetailed with the
Pentagon's latest public
assessment of Moscow's ac-
tivities in the Middle East.
Both Teng and the Pen-
tagon go farther than
President Carter or Na-
tional Security Council
chairman Zbigniew
Brzezinski or Secretary of
State Cyrus Vance in their
discussions of the Middle
* * *

Hyatt Seeks
Carter Pledge
Backing Taiwan

NEW YORK — The
president of the National
Conference of Christians
USDA CHOICE
and Jews has urged
President Carter to give _
"concrete, specific and un-
compromising assurances"
to bar a military takeover of
Uganda's Amin
Taiwan by China.
Dr. David Hyatt sent a
Thanks Israel
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JERUSALEM (ZINS) — ter stressing that "17 mil-
Ugandan Radio quoted dic- lion human beings are a lot
tator Idi Amin following of people to leave stranded
Uganda's recent border war as possible victims of Red
with Tanzania as thanking Chinese aggression." Dr.
the Israelis for providing Hyatt sent the mailgram
him with free arms in the following his return from
past.
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Amin accused Libyan dic- Hyatt were members of a
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East and Soviet policy.
Teng seems to suggest, al- indication to Rep. Leste
though in veiled language, Wolff (D-N.Y.), chairman o
that the U.S. bolster its the House International Rea1
Middle East position, par- lations Subcommittee for
ticularly by strengthening Asian and Pacific Affairs.
Wolff raised the questioi
Israel as a strategic asset to
America. His position was of China's relations with lg.-,
indicated in his interview raei after Teng had not,
with Time magazine when mentioned the subject in his`
he replied to a question on appearance before the full
committee at the C oiol
Soviet "hegemony:" -
"I suppose that you Wolff observed to C
have already read the let- since China is so di
ter of 170 retired Ameri- by its view of Soviet
can generals and admi- hegemony why is Peki
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much approve of that let- Middle East where it sup-
ports foes of Israel.
ter. Those generals have
Chai's response, through
already retired but they
an interpreter, was that that
are concerned and that
means that the situation Israeli-Palestinian matt
was like Peking's situation
is indeed not tranquil."
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assertions last month by re- dissenting from Chai's ex-
tired top U.S. military lead- planation, Wolff pointed mill
ers warning of Soviet policy the historic aspects of Israel
and specifically affirming as a nation and Chai agreed
Israel as a strategic asset to to meet with him again in
the near future to discu0
the U.S.
the Middle East situation '4
ence to Israel, Chai Tse-
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People's Republic of China,
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government will withhold
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LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
The Rabbinical Assembly,
the international associa-
tion of Conservative rabbis,
broke with a 30-year tradi-
tion by voting to seek fed-
eral aid for its religious
schools.
The resolution, carried by
voice vote at the 79th an-
nual convention of the as-
sembly, endorsed the
Packwood-Moynihan bill,
which would provide tax
benefits for parents of chil-
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primary and secondary day
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