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February 09, 1979 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, February 9, 1979

Congress Asked to Allocate $1.785 Billion to Aid Israel

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WASHINGTON (JTA) 8
The Carter Administration
officially asked Congress to
allocate to Israel $785 mill-
ion in economic support as-
sistance and $1 billion in
military aid during the fis-
cal year that begins next
Oct. 1.
These amounts equal the
appropriations for Israel in
both categories in each of
the last two years. As in the
past two allocations, half of
the $1 billion in military
funding is to be repaid as a
loan and half will be forgi-
ven.
Secretary of ,State Cyrus
Vance and Defense Secret-
ary Harold Brown pre-
sented the Administration's
foreign aid program for the
coming year to the House
Foreign Affairs Committee
in that body's first appear-
ance in the new Congress.
The House reverted to the
designation "Foreign Af-
fairs" after four years dur-
ing which the panel was

WASHINGTON — The
U.S. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare has
issued a brochure entitled,
"Women's American ORT
and Career Education."
The brochure, which was
written by Kenneth B.
Hoyt, director of the Office
of Career Education, is
based - on a "mini-
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of Women's American ORT
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known as the International
Relations Committee.

Asking Congress to
approve $89.6 billion in
foreign assistance spread
over seven components
of the aid program,
Vance specifically re-
quested $750 million in
economic support assis-
tance'for Egypt, also the
same as in each of the last
two years.

Hate Messages
Target of Canada
Rights Council

TORONTO (JTA) — The
Canadian Human Rights
Commission has announced
plans to test its authority
for the first time against
pre-recorded telephone hate
messages.
The commission will ap-
point a three-member tri-
bunal to rule on complaints
about so-called "white
power messages" made av-
ailable by the Western
Guard Party in Toronto.
Officials said that a hear-
ing by the tribunal, ex-
pected in May, will provide
the first interpretation of
the new law.
In addition, the issue
could prompt a lively debate
on free speech, in view of the
fact that the law itself was
opposed, in Parliament and
by the Canadian Civil
Liberties Association, as a
threat to free communica-
tion.

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Under the demands of
Congress, the U.S. has
withdrawn from the ILO
and reduced its pay-
ments to UNESCO. With
Congress not in ses sion
last fall, the Carter Ad-
ministration refused to
participate in a UN prog-

were prompted by the singl-
ing out of Jews.
The law against hate
messages is a section of the
Human Rights Act passed
in July 1977. It closed a
loophole in the Criminal
Code section on hate prop-
aganda which covers only
hate incited "in any public
place."

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Syria or Lebanon.
Opposing financial re-
taliation against United
Nations agencies such as
the International Labor Or-
ganization (ILO) and the
Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization
(UNESCO), which the Con-
gress has accused of
politicizing issues in seek-
ing to punish Israel and the
U.S., Vance departed from
the aid program itself.
He asked that "prohibit-
ory language be removed
promptly" from the State
Department's appropria-
tions bill. Vance referred to
the use of U.S. assessed con-
tributions to UN agencies.

fl/fiLEd timE.

The Chai Campers will
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the Detroit Press Club.
The new officers are Mr.
and Mrs. Herb (Roz) Gubow,
presidents; Mr. and Mrs.

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I Bill (Bev) Keller, vice presi-

dents; Mr. and Mrs. Art
(Sonia) Sklar, secretaries;

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Esther)

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ram commendatory of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, but re-
fused to curtail its pay-
ments toward that prog-
ram.
Vance contended that the
prohibition "places the U.S.
in violation of its legally
binding obligations to the
UN agencies" and
"weakened"- U.S. "influ-
ence" in them "just at a time
when this country has
begun to reassert its tradi-
tional leadership role."

Tamir Seeking
Oil Guarantees

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Justice Minister Shmuel
Tamir said that Israel's
evacuation of Sinai under a
peace treaty with Egypt
must be made contingent on
Egyptian guarantees of Is-
raeli access to oil from the
Sinai fields.
Citing the cut-off of oil
The tribunal's job will from Iran which had
be to decide whether a
supplied a substantial por-
Western Guard message,
tion of Israel's petroleum
which can be heard by
needs, Tamir said on a radio
dialing a Toronto tele-
interview that "unless our
phone number, "is likely
permanent oil supply is as-
to expose a person or sured there is no point for
persons to hatred or con- Israel to quit Sinai."
tempt" because of his
The Sinai fields provide
race, religion, origin,
about 15 percent of Israel's
color or other prohibited oil. While Egypt has prom-
ground.
ised to sell oil to Israel at
A confidential policy pro-
world market prices and the
hibits identification of corn-
U.S. is committed to supply
plaining groups or indi-
Israel with oil for five years
viduals, but commission au- in - case of an emergency,
thorities have indicated Tamir wants more iron-clad
that the Toronto complaints auarantees. -
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on Jewish Affairs

The Detroit Alumni
Chapter of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity will hold
its annual Jewish affairs
night 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Temple Emanu-El.
Featured will be Shmuel
Segev, Israeli editorial wri-
ter and political analyst,
who will speak on "Ameri-
can Policy in the Middle
East." Segev is the scholar-
in-residence for the Detroit
Zionist Federation.
He fought with the
Hagana in Israel's war of
independence and has also

served in many military
capacities for Israel. He is a
member of the editorial
board of Maariv and has
been the paper's correspon-
dent in Paris and
Washington.
Dr. Manuel Feldman is
president of the chapter. Re-
freshments - will follow the
program. Hosts will be the
Detroit Women of Alpha
Omega and the Parents
Clubs. The public is invited.

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