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August 01, 1986 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-01

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967-3999
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

25290 GREENFIELD North of 10

Votes To Divest

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Biased Marines
Are Discharged

New York — Three United
States Marines at Camp Lejeune
have been discharged for par-
ticipating in paramilitary exer-
cises and rallies in North
Carolina staged by a violence-
prone, neo-Nazi group.
The action followed a letter of
inquiry to U.S. Defense Secretary
Caspar Weinberger by Anti De-
famation League national direc-
tor Nathan Perlmutter.
The League said it had been in-
formed by the Defense Secretary
that the three have been dis-
missed from the Corps following
initial reports that they were
"involved in activities of the
White Patriot Party," formerly
known as the Confederate
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
An investigation into "allega-
tions of misconduct" is still con-
tinuing, Mr. Weinberger told the
League. The Defense Department
is seeking to determine whether
other Marines were involved in
White Patriot activities in North
Carolina and if they had any
connection with the Party's
paramilitary activities.

Mile Rd.

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L.A. Federation

Los Angeles(JTA) — The
Jewish Federation Council board
of directors has instructed the
Jewish Community Foundation,
its $60 million endowment arm,
to divest itself of all holdings in
companies presently doing busi-
ness in South Africa.
This action, taken at the
board's July meetina , makes it
one of less than a b handful of
American Jewish federations to
join the growing economic
boycott of South Africa. The
foundation is the largest clearin-
ghouse of Jewish philanthropic
endowment opportunities in
southern California and the third
largest Jewish community foun-
dation in the nation. The founda-
tion has a portfolio of $12.5 mil-
lion in income-generating funds,
and less than four percent is in-
vested in companies doing busi-
ness in South Africa.
Howard Miller, a newly ap-
pointed chairperson of the JFC
community relations committee,
stated that the federation board's
decision mirrors the Jewish
communitys' abhorrence of ra-
cism and discrimination in all its
forms.
In its debate, the board consid-
ered the financial security of the
community, relations with the
Los Angeles black community
and the implications regarding
the nature of business operations
of other companies in its portfolio
of investments.
JFC President Stanley Hirsh
recognised several attempts to
include in a divestiture policy
those countries boycotting Israel,
and nations such as the Soviet
Union, which deny human rights
to their Jewish citizens. Such ef-
forts were defeated in the interest
of maintaining the focus of the
action.

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