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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

`Hymie' remarks being
used as diversion: Jackson

Washitigton (JTA) — The
Rev. Jesse Jackson charged
last weekend that the
"Hymie" issue is being used
as a "diversionary" tactic to
prevent discussion' of stich
issues as Israel's ties to
South Africa.
"If one has an attitude
that's negative or cynical„
one may consider it an in-
sult," Jackson said in re-
sponse to a telephone call on
a Public Broadcasting Sys-
tem call-in program from
Newark, N.J. He said his
remarks earlier this year in
which he called Jews
"Hyrnies". and New York
"Hymietown" had no "reli-
gious or political overtones.
"I really thinkpeople who
have not responded with a
forgiving attitude may be
using that term as a diver-
sionary from more serious
issues that must be wrestled
with between two com-
munities," he said.
Jackson, who is cam-
paigning in New Jersey for
the Democratic Party pri-
mary there on Tuesday,
indicated that one issue was
affirmative action, noting
that the Supreme Court's
Bakke decision has kept
blacks and Hispanics from
advancing. He offered no
explanation.
But turning to Israel, he
said, "As we subsidize Is-
rael, they are in fact selling
arms to South Africa and
they (the South Africans)
are using those arms to
shoot down and oppress
black people there." He
added that South Africa

Art exhibit
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also "sells diamonds to Is-
rael that are being sold (by
Israel) all over the world."
However, Jackson
stressed that blacks and
Jews "have much more to
gain by being together
rather than being apart."
In response to Jackson's
remarks, Colorado Senator
and Democratic President-
ial Candidate Gary Hart,
appearing on the same call-
in show, said he too was op-
posed to Israel selling arms
to South Africa.
"I certainly don't believe
any arms coming from this
country (the United States)
to Israel, whether under
grants or under sale, should
make their way to South Af-
rica.," Hart added.
The candidate also voiced
his opposition to the
planned American sale of
Stinger anti-aircraft mis-
siles to Saudi Arabia or
sophisticated weapon to
other enemies of Israel.
Former Vice President
Walter Mondale, who also
appeared on the program as
a candidate for the
Presidency, was not asked
about either issue.

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The Wayne State Univer-
sity Men's Glee Club was
awarded first prize at the
Great. American Choral
Festival in Columbus, Ohio
last month.

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Glee club cited

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June 10 at the Southfield
Parks and Recreation
Building.
The concert is free and
open to the public. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Ann L.
Ross, 544-2589.

An exhibit of paintings by
Canadian artist John Fred,
will be on display at the
Southfield Civic Center
Gallery through June 13.
The city's Cultural Arts
Division will host an open-
ing reception for the artist
from 5:30 to 9 p.m. today.
For information, call the
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The Oak Park Civic
Chorus will open the city's
"Music in the Park" concert
series 7:30 p.m June 12 in
Shepherd Park.
Spectators are asked to
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