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March 06, 1970 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-06

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AJCongess Charges
Chicago Contempt
Ruling Denied Rights

NEW YORK (JTA)—Judge Ju-
lius Hoffman's handling of con-
tempt charges against the "Chi-
cago Seven" defendants and two of
their lawyers denied them "the
right to a fair hearing" on those
charges, the American Jewish
Congress stated, adding: "It is
manifestly unjust to require the
defendants to remain in jail pend-
ing appeal" of the contempt sen-
tences.

In a statement, George Sell of
New York, chairman of the Con-
gress' commission on law and
social action, stated that con-
tempt charges should have been
heard by a judge not involved
the case; those held in con-
tepspt should have been given the
newt/ notice of the charges
against them and time to prepare
their defense;. and "substantial
questions" raised concerning the
validity of the contempt sen-
tences should preclude jailing
the defendants pending their
appeal on those sentences.
Soli, noting that the American
Jewish Congress "does not at this
time express any views on either
the allegedly contumacious conduct
in question or on the conduct of
the (conspiracy) trial by Judge
Hoffman," declared, however, "We
can best protect the liberties of all
Americans by insuring that the
guarantees of fair trial are applied
to every person charged with
crime, no matter how we may view
their beliefs or their conduct."

Windsor

I

People Make News

GEORGE K. MEYERS of Over-
land Park, Kan., on March 1 be-
came a regional scout executive of
Region 7 of the Boy Scouts of
America comprising 76 local coun-
cils in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan
and Wisconsin.



• *

RICHARD MERSON, son of Mrs.
Louis Merson of Bel!brook Dr.,
Southfield, and the late Mr. Mer-
son, has been invited to do his

post-doctoral work at the Mayo
Council of the UAHC and a for-
Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Dr. Mer- mer member of the board of the
son, a graduate of Wayne State Brotherhood of Temple Sholom.
• •
University, holds a PhD degree in

speech pathology from the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. His specialty is
speech and hearing.
*
DORE SCHARY, playwright and
former Hollywood producer, as
well as honorary chairman of the

The Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem honored Dr. MAX GRUENE-
WALD of New Jersey by conferring
on him an honorary fellowship of
the university Feb. 26. Ordained
after studying at the Breslau Rab-
binical Seminary in 1945, Rabbi
Gruenewald was appointed the

Anti-Defamation League of Bnai rabbi of the Bnai Jisroel Com-

Brith, has been named New York munity in Millburn, N.J., a post
City's first commissioner of cul- he continues to hold. Rabbi

tural affairs. Schary, who is on
the board of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, served for six years as
national chairman of the ADL. He
assumes his new post May 1 on
appointment of Mayor John Lind-
say.
• * *

Gruenewald was instrumental in
founding the American branch of

the Leo Baeck Institute and has
served as president since its estab-
lishment in 1955; he is also presi-
dent of the Gustav Wurzweiler
Foundation. The Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem honored him for
his services to the remnant of
Dick Levitan of Paramus, N.J., Jewry saved from the Holocaust
investigation reporter and com- and his work on behalf of Jewish
mentator for Radio Station WINS education.
• *
Distinguished political scientist
Campaign Set March 15-20 Roy C. Macridis has been named

The 1970 United Jewish Appeal Campaign will be held in Windsor
March 15-20.
Its women's division has completed all but the clean-up phase of its
campaign, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Morton M. Bernholtz. The
campaign cabinet consists of Mesdames Herb. Brudner, Gerald Freed,
David Glaser, Leo Gordner, William Hurwitz, Marvin Ordower, Earl
Rosenbaum, Maxwel Schott and Milton Whiteman.

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A man imprisoned and cast into a

spell,
a man condemned to be the snake
who keeps watch over infamous
gold,
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a man condemned to be the object
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asphyxiated in death chambers,
a man who endures and is deathless
and who now has returned to his
battle,
to the violent light of victory.
handsome as a lion in the twelve
o'clock sun.

Israelis 2nd Most Heavily
Taxed People in the World

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — A fi-
nance ministry spokesman stat-

ed here at a press conference
that Israel is now the second most
heavily taxed country in the
world.
First spot is occupied by Sweden
which takes a whopping 46 per
cent tax bite out of the nation's
income. Eighty per cent of all
Israel taxes are the result of secu-
rity needs.
At the same time, Israel will
increase welfare payments to fam-
ilies by 15 per cent ($15 a month).
' Some 9,000 Israel families depend
on social welfare.

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