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June 15, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-15

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24 Friday, June 15, 1984

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Berkeley has 68,000 regis-
tered voters.
The proposal, placed on
the ballot by an ad hoc
group called Taxpayers for
Peace in the Middle East
(TAPME), declared that
"the people of the City of
Berkely call on the United
States government to re-
duce its yearly aid to Israel
by an amount equal to what
it determines to be the most
accurate approximation of
what Israel spends an-
nually on its settlements in
the occupied territories of
the West Bank, Gaza Strip
and the Golan Heights."
TAPME was created by
the American Arab Anti-

Discrimination Committee,
which has headquarters in
Washington.
Passage of the amend-
ment would have required
the mayor of Berkeley to
write letters to President
Reagan, Secretary of State
George Shultz, California's
two Senators and Congres-
sional representatives an-
nouncing the vote for the
aid cut.
A newsletter of the
American-Arab University
Graduates claims that an
almost identical resolution
was adopted at a Feb. 20
Iowa precinct caucus.
In New Orleans, the
proposal failed for lack of

petition signatures. In Ann
Arbor, the City Council
voted in January to keep a
similar resolution off the ci-
ty's primary election ballot.

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Haifa, are on display in an
exhibit at the Harvard Uni-
versity Semitic Museum
through July 31.

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