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October 05, 1984 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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le Friday, clober , 19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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New York — Fifteen American
black community leaders from
seven states participated in a
ten-day Anti-Defamation Leagug
mission to Israel and returned
strengthened in their determina-
tion to improve black-Jewish re-
lations in the United States.
In a related development, lead-
ers of 26 major black and Jewish
organizations have issued a joint
statement urging passage of feds
eral legislation to insure that all'
programs and activities of institu-
tions receiving federal funds must
obey civil rights laws.
A Supreme Court decision
handed down last February held
that anti-discrimination prohibi-
tions apply only to those specific
units receiving federal dollars.
The statement declared that the
high court decision has resulted in
such a narrow interpretation of
civil rights laws that it is now _
permissible for schools and other
institutions "to accept federal
funds through one office or unit
while discriminating in another."
The statement characterized
the state of affairs as "intolerable
and inexcusable," and said it
"makes a mockery of our laws, -
particularly those concerned with
civil rights."
The organizations want the Se-
nate to approve the Civil Rights -
Act of 1984, S. 2568, introduced by
Sen. Robert Packwood (R-Ore.)
and Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.)
which would amend existing civil
rights laws to restore an institu-
tion's responsibility for discrimi-
nation practiced by any of its un-
its.
Under the proposed legislation,
an individual could file a civil
rights complaint against any unit
of an institution — even a unit
that does not receive federal funds
— if any other unit of the institu-
tion is a recipient of such funds.
However, the Packwood-Kennedy
bill retains a provision of current
civil rights laws which provides
for a cut-off of federal funds only
to units where discrimination is
actually found.
The legislation is currently be-
fore the Senate Labor and Human'
Resources Committee. An identi-
cal bill has been overwhelmingly
approved by the House of Repre-
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — A serious
tragedy was averted Sunday
when a police patrol discovered an,
explosive charge at a heavily- ,
used hitch hiking station near
Natanya. The policemen sum-
moned experts who defused the
charge, which contained some
eight kilograms of explosives hid- _
den in a plastic shopping bag.
The hitch hiking station at the
Beth Lid crossroads is a main
point at which soldiers seek rides
to and from neighboring bases. It
would have been crowded at the
time the charge was set to
explode, some 30 minutes after it
was discovered at 5 a.m., as many
soldiers were on their way back to-
their posts after the Rosh
Hashanah weekend.

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