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September 05, 1980 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, September 5, 1980

Commerce Dept. Fines Three Firms for Violating Anti-Boycott Laws

partment charged Pace
with having complied with
the request from the Gov-
ernment of Kuwait that it
has "no dealings what-
soever with Israel."
-The Rue Forwarding
Company was fined $3,000
and the Milton Snedeker
Corporation was fined
$1,000. The Snedeker firm
was involved in the sale and
shipment of goods to Libya
from New York to a Libyan
buyer that included a
statement that "the man-
ufacturer is a U.S. factory

WASHINGTON (JTA) — partment of Commerce has
Two New York City freight announced.
Th9 department's inter-
forwarders and a Houston
consultant and engineering national trade administra-
company have agreed to pay tion said that the Pace
fines for allegedly violating Company Consultants and
the U.S. laws against the Engineers Inc. of Houston,
Arab boycott of American Tex., has agreed to pay a
companies discriminating civil penalty of $5,000 for an
against Israel, the U.S. De- alleged violation. The de-

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and that there is no ISraeli
partnership or the like."
The Rue concern was in-
volved in two separate
transactions with a buyer in
Kuwait and Dubai. Rue cer-
tified that the goods were
not of Israeli material or
origin, the department re-
ported.
The three companies
fined were charged with
violations in 1978. While
neither admitting nor
denying the alleged vio-
lations, the firms agreed
to pay the civil penalties
and to establish certain
internal procedures to
insure their further com-
pliance with the law, the
department said.
According to a Commerce
Department letter to John
Dasher, Pace Company
president, which was made
public by the department,
Pace was engaged in 1978,
in the "bidding and sub-
sequent sale of a study con-
ducted by its Houston, Tex.,
facility to the Government
of Kuwait" when the viola-
tion occurred. The Pace
Company Was asked by the
Government of Kuwait to
"furnish a statement"
specifying "that you have no
dealings whatsoever with
Israel." The Pace Company
twice after that, in 1978 and
1979 replied that it "ac-
knowledges that no busi-
ness of any nature is pre-
sently conducted with Is-
rael," the department re-
ported.

Anxiety is a word of unbe-
lief or unreasoning, dread.

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