Friday, June 7, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ban on firecrackers
WASHINGTON .P) - Likening ter that he was "quite taken
inese firecrackers to t h e back by the absoluteness" of the
ristian cross, two members of ban on manufacturing and sales
ngess from Hawaii have lod- of all sizes of firecrackers, and
d protests against the forth- attached a three-page letter of
ming federal ban on firecrack- protest from the Chinese Cham-
, ber of Commerce of Hawaii. THIS WEEKEND
Sen. Daniel Inouye, a Japan- "IN CERTAIN ceremonies the 8:30 $2.50
-American, and Rep. Patsy use of fireworks is as import- FRI.-SAT.
nk, a Chinese-American, told ant as the use of bells or the
U.S. Consumer Product use of a cross in the religious ELEKTRA RECORD'S
fety Commission that t h e activities of other beliefs," said S d J ohn
heduled June 17 ban would Chamber President Clinton I O
pear to violate religious free- Ching. Koerner
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"THE COMMISSION has cho-
sen to issue an edict barring the
people from exercising their re-
ligious beliefs through the use
of firecrackers," Mink wrote.
"Although you exempted farm-
ers and ranchers from this
rule you made no exception for
persons to use firecrackers in
accordance with religious cus-
tom which has existed for many,
many years," she said.
Inouye wrote in a separate let-
"The whole matrix of China's
civilization, including its relig-
ion and folk traditions and cere-
monies, .dates back more than
4,000 years. The use of fire-
works has always been an im-
portant part of those religious
and cultural ceremonies," he
Richard Simpson, chairman of
the federal commission, said on
Monday the firecracker ban will
go into effect unless a legal
challenge is filed.
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