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March 19, 1976 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADL Charges Major Corporations and Banks

Weizmann Chair in Cancer Research

NEW YORK — The es-
tablishment of a chair in
cancer research at the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science,
Rehovot, in memory of
Georg F. Duckwitz, a Ger-
man shipping official in
Denmark during World War
II, was announced recently
during an official visit to the
institute by German For-
eign Minister Hans Dietrich
Genscher.
It was Duckwitz's warn-
ing to the Danish under-
ground of the impending
deporation of Danish Jews
that made it possible for
them to escape from the
country before they could be
arrested by the Nazis.
The first incumbent of
the Duckwitz Chair is Prof.
Yosel Aloni of the institute's
Department of Genetics. A
39-year-old native of Israel,
Prof. Aloni is studying the
Not the place in which he
lives distinguishes the man,
but the man marks the
place.
—The Talmud

With Participation in Arab Boycott of Israel

(Continued from Page 18)
Senators led by Sen. Abra-
ham Ribicoff (D.-Conn.)
has drafted legislation
that would deny major tax
benefits to any American
company that cooperates
with the Arab boycott of
Israel by discriminating
against American con-
cerns blacklisted by the
Arabs.

The legislation is de-
scribed by its sponsors as
2omplementing other anti-
boycott measures already
being considered by the Sen-
ate as well as President
Ford's own directive last

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year barring discrimination
against Americans by U.S.
government agencies.
The Ribicoff measure
would deprive any company
that complies, with the boy-
cott of its eligibility for fOr-
eign tax credits, tax deferral
on its foreign sources of in-
come and Domestic Interna-
tional Sales Corporation
(DISC) benefits for one tax
year on its dealings with
any country sponsoring the
boycott.
The co-sponsors of Ribi-
coif's bill are Senators Birch
Bayh (D.-Ind.), James L.
Buckley (C-R,NY), Vance
Hartke (D.-Ind.), Jacob K.
Javits (R.-NY), Patrick J.
Leahy (D.-Vt.), Edmund S.
Muskie (D.-Maine), William
Proxmire (D.-Wis.), Richard
S. Schweiker (R.-Pa.), Low-
ell P. Weicker (R.-Conn.)

Jews in Galilee
Concern Rivlin

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Moshe Rivlin, director gen-
eral of the Jewish Agency,
expressed serious concern
that the Jewish population
in Galilee may remain a
minority because the
Agency was unable to pro-
vide the industrial plants
and educational facilities
necessary to increase Jew-
ish settlement there because
of lack of funds.
Rivlin, addressing mem-
bers of a United Jewish
Appeal study mission
headed by Leonard Strelitz,
of Norfolk, Va., said the
Agency was currently una-
ble to meet those needs be-
cause last year's fund-rais-
ing goals in the U.S. were
not reached while prices in
Israel continued to soar.
He said it was impossible
for the government to as-
sume the Jewish Agency's
responsibilities because the
government was already
spending a third of Israel's
gross national product on
defense, a proportion une-
qualled even by Britain at
the peak of the German
blitz in World War II.

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and J. Harrison Williams
(D.-NJ).

At the same time, the
American Jewish Con-
gress said it had received
written assurances from
22 of the country's largest
corporations that they will
refuse to submit to Arab
boycott demands.

Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg,
president of the AJ Con-
gress, said the assurances
had been obtained as part of
a nationwide drive,
launched by the American
Jewish Congress last De-
cember, to require major
U.S. companies to tell their
shareholders whether they
were participating in the
Arab boycott of Israel.
The 22 companies are:
American Brands, Beatrice
Foods, Bucyrus-Erie, Conti-
nental Can, El Paso Naturals
Gas. General Foods. Gen-
eral Motors, Georgia-Pa-

Friday, March 19, 1976 19

cific, Greyhound, Kennecott
Copper, McDonnell-Doug-
las, Ogden, Pitney-Bowes,
RCA, Xerox, Scott Paper, G.
D. Searle, Simmons, Tex-
aco, Textron, U.S. Gypsum
and Warner Communica-
tions.

Will Maslow, general
counsel of the American
Jewish Congress, said that
in addition to the 22 com-
panies that have agreed
not to take part in the
Arab boycott, he was ne-
gotiating with eight other
major firms on the word-
ing of public statements
repudiating Arab boycott
demands.

An additional 15 compa-
nies will submit resolutions
— introduced by the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, its of-
ficers, members or friends
— in the proxy statements
presented to shareholders at
their next annual meetings.

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Israel Focusing on Lebanon Events

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel once again is focusing
attention on events in Leba-
non where a military coup
has- been _carried out by
Moslem army deserters
headed by Brig. Gen. Abdel
Aziz al-Ahdab. Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin and Defense
Minister Shimon Peres dis-
cussed the situation at a,
weekend meeting attended
by military and political
experts on Lebanese affairs.
Israeli army units are
patrolling the 120-kilometer
border with Lebanon in in-
creased strength from Rosh
Hanikra on the Mediterra-
nean coast to Metullah, Is-
rael's northernmost settle-
ment.
The border has been om-
inously quiet of late al-
though there is tension in
villages on both sides.
Shooting has been heard on
the, Lebanese side but there
have been no attacks on Is-
raeli targets from Lebanon.,
However, Moslem army de-
serters have occupied sev-
eral strongpoints on heights
overlooking Metullah creat-
ing at least a potential men-
ace.

and occupy Lebanon there is
little Israel can do. The pol-
itical situation, especially
Israel's currently very sensi-
tive relations with Washing-
ton, precludes any preven-
tive action by Israeli forces.
Israeli border settle-
ments, however, are clamor-
ing for some kind of action
since they would be the first
targets should Palestinian
zealots turn the hitherto

Damascus sponsors the
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events in Lebanon to Syria's
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take-over, gave no hint as to
what course he would fol-
low.

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