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October 05, 1979 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-05

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AJCongress Will Receive
U.S. Reports on Boycott

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in the Arab boycott.

The AJC charged the
Department of Com-
merce with being a "si-
lent partner" in the Arab
boycott by refusing to
make public reports filed
by American companies
of requests to discrimi-
nate against U.S. firms
that trade with Israel.

Commerce sought to dis-
miss the complaint on the
ground that the information
sought was "confidential"
and therefore not covered by
the Freedom of Information
Act.

Friday, October 5, 1919 25

Portillo Meets
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lished at a joint press con-
ference of the two delega-
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"positive progress" was
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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israeli delegation to the
autonomy talks in Alexan-
dria returned to Israel, say-
ing the second day of the
talks was much better than
the first one.
The first day was marked
by bitter clashes between
the Israeli and Egyptian
delegations over the Israel
Cabinet decision to allow Is-
raeli private citizens-to pur-
chase land in the occupied
7" territories.
Progress, however, was
reportedly made on the
issue of elections for the au-
tonomy administrative
council. The Israelis and the
Egyptians were reportedly
approaching an agreement
on a system of elections
which would allow candi-
dates to run on a single tic-
ket in their respective
regions, thus avoiding any
political lists.
The parties agreed to
work together toward
achieving three goals:
full autonomy; autonomy
for the residents of the
territories (Israel insisted
on stressing this element,
because of her line that
the proposed autonomy
applies to the citizens, not
the territory); stressing in
the future in speaking of
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Jewish history at Yeshiva
University's Bernard Revel
Graduate School, has just
published "When Harlem
Was Jewish 1870-1930,"
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scriptions of heretofore un-
known or unrecognized
events, issues and per-
sonalities. It also seeks to
extend the knowledge of is-
sues such as urban growth
and decay, immigrant set-
tlements and relocations
and internal Jewish com-
munal organization and
conflict.
The book presents a
sketch of the earliest
black-Jewish relations in
an urban setting and its in-
terpretation of the factors
affecting immigrant migra-
tion out of Harlem following
World War I.

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NEW YORK — The
United States Court of Ap-
peals has affirmed a lower
court decision that the U.S.
Department of Commerce
must allow the American
Jewish Congress to exam-
ine some 1,659 boycott re-
ports filed from 1966
through Oct. 7, 1976.
The AJCongress filed suit
in September 1975 under
the Freedom of Information
Act to require the federal
agency to turn over reports,
filed by American com-
panies prior to the enact-
ment of the 1977 Boycott
Law, of their participation

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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