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October 03, 1980 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Senator Blocks Early Accord
on U.S.-Israel Tax Legislation

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The new U.S.-Israel tax
agreement, which seeks to
avoid double taxation and
includes provisions regard-
ing deductions of taxable
income for certain charita-
ble contributions, probably
will not be considered by the
Senate until after the new
Congress convenes in
January.
Senatorial sources said
one factor for the delay is
the objection by Sen. Mike
Gravel (D-Alaska) to refer-
ring the agreement, which
is a protocol to the Israeli-
U.S. treaty, to the Senate
Foreign Relations Commit-
tee.
Gravel wants the Senate
Finance Committee, of
which he is a member, to
consider the agreement, too.
Gravel was defeated in the
primary race by a Jewish
candidate his bid for re-
election.
An aide to Gravel told
the JTA that Gravel is
"concerned about its

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the world's oil supply is de-
pendent on a pro-Arab solu-
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conflict. -
"It is all too clear that the
solution of the Arab-Israeli
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whole or eliminate the
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Israeli Official
Attends Survivor
Parley in Poland

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ste-
fan Grayek, chairman of the
World Federation of Jewish
Fighters, Partisans and
Concentration Camp In-
mates, attended a meeting
of the International Au-
schwitz Memorial Commit-
tee in Warsaw this week
along with delegates from
18 countries.
Grayek is being accom-
panied by Aryeh Bentov, a
lawyer, who was a concen-
tration camp inmate, and
Tzvi Barzilai, Deputy
Mayor of Haifa.
During his stay in Po-
land, Grayek met with
prominent Polish officials to
discuss the implementation
of a recent agreement be-
tween Poland and Israel
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Israel Watching Arab War

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
has attacked Iraq for pre-
cipitating the war with Iran
but insisted that Israel has
no intention of involving it-
self in the conflict but is
watching the situation very
closely.
Israeli officials say Iraq
has three goals in its war on
Iran: to acquire supremacy
in the Persian Gulf area; to
depose the Ayatollah
Ruhollah Khomeini; and to
take over the Arab-
populated, oil-rich area of
Khuzistan in southern Iran.
Begin's remarks coun-
tered those of Deputy De-
fense Minister Mordechai
Zippori, who said on Sunday
that Israel would assist Iran
militarily in its war with
Iraq on condition that Iran
abandoned its extreme
anti-Israel policy and stop-
ped supporting Palestinian
terrorists.
Meanwhile, Israel has
mounted a world-wide
information campaign
intended to convince dip-
lomats and public opin-
ion that the war in the
Persian Gulf proves Is-
rael's long-standing con-
tention that the Arab-
Israeli conflict is not the
sole or even the main
cause of instability in the
Middle East.
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir told the
United Nations that the
Iraqi-Iranian war "de-

Friday, October 3, 1980 21

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Honorary Chairmen:
Dr. Thomas N. Bonner.
President, Wayne State University
Dr. William Haber
University of Michigan
Father Robert A. Mitchell,
President. University of Detroit

General Chairman:
David B. Holtzman

Honorary Co-Chairmen:
Mrs. Morris Adler

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berry

Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn
Dr. and Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Jackier
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Milan
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Shaye
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard N. Simons
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Slomovitz
Mr. Phillip Srollman
Mr. and Mrs. Max Srollman
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Zack
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zuckerman

President, Jewish National Fund
of Greater Detroit, Cormi M. Slomovirz
Executive Director, Percy Kaplan
Assistant Executive Director, Alan J. Herbach
Director of Publicity, Ceil Kliger Ruda

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