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March 31, 1972 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-31

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A JCampaigners a Opening Dinner

Independence Day
Observance in City
Reset for April 23

Sponsors of the citywide Israel
Independence Day celebration have
announced a change in the date
of the event, which will now take
place 1 p.m. April 23 at Cong.'
Shaarey Zedek.
The celebration had previously
been scheduled •for April 16, but
to allow greater participation by
local student groups, the event was
rescheduled,
Sponsors of the celebration in-
clude the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, Detroit Zionist Federation and
Jewish Educators Council.

At a recent conference of the
Great Lakes Region, National Fed--
eration of Jewish Metes Clubs, in
Toronto. FRANK W. WARNER of
WiRowdale, Ont., was elected pres-
ident Other officers from the
Michigan area are: ABE KATZ-
MAN of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, ex-
ecutive vice president: and AL-
LAN ROSENBERG of Cong. Beth
'Achim and EMMANUEL FEIN-
..BERG, vice presidents. Carl It.
Lichtenstein of Adios Sholom Syna-
gogue is immediate past president.

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Israel Emergency Fund are Detroit's leadership on both the local
and international scene in fund-raising for assistance to needy Jews
all over the world. From left: Max M. Fisher, chairman of the execu-
tive of the Jewish Agency for Israel; Paul Zuckerman, general chair-
man of United Jewish Appeal, and Samuel Frankel, chairman of the
1972 Allied Jewish Campaign. Fisher and Zuckerman are former
chairman of the Allied Jewish Campaign.
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woman's division, and Lewis S. Grossman, vice chairman of the 1972
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Lansky Hearings Raise Question:
How Far Does 'Law of Return' Go?

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Hearings high court will decide."
To show the magnitude of the
on Meyer Lansky's attempt to ob-
tain Israeli citizenship under the crimes be linked' to Lansky, Bach

Law of Return opened before the
High Court of Justice with State
Attorney Gavriel Bach contending
that if he were allowed to stay,
"many criminals would follow him
(to Israel)." He added that "Gang-
sters are waiting to know what the

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relied on the reports of the U.S.
Senate committee, headed by the
late Estes Kefauver (D. Tenn.),
which investigated organized crime
in 1950.

This committee, Bach told the
court, attributed to Lansky and
others being investigated for
alleged underworld roles in the
organization and integration of
criminal activities, especial
gambling, throughout the coun-
try.
The reason Lansky was charged

(and convicted) only for lesser of-
fenses and not as a reputed under-
world kingpin is that law-enforce-
ment officials were under his in-
fluence and witnesses were afraid
to testify, Bach contended.
The 70-year-old Lansky, who
calls himself a "retired business-
man," is appealing the decision by
Interior Minister Yosef Burg barr-
ing him from Israel, even though
he is Jewish, on grounds that he
falls into a special category of
exceptions, those with "a criminal
past who are likely to endanger
the public welfare." Lansky has
been in Israel on a tourist visa for
nearly two years.
Asked by Justice Haim Cohen if
fie considered " Lansky's alleged
criminality to be "proven" or if he
was merely "satisfied" with his
evidence, Bach replied that Dr.
Burg, an Orthodox rabbi, would
be "satisfied" by even "hearsay"
evidence "If the hearsay was as
weighty as it is in Lansky's case."

But, he added, evidence built up
over the years in United States
Senate hearings proved to Dr.
Bunt's' satisfaction that Lansky
-rominent gangster.

This year in Jerusalem...

thousands of Jews from the Soviet Union will
come home to -the Promised Land. Just as our
brothers were delivered out of bondage centuries
ago, the Exodus of today's Russian Jew
rekindles the inner spirit of Jews everywhere.

This year in Jerusalem...

dramatic increases in housing, education,
language instruction, vocational training, health
services and care for the aged are a necessity.

This year in Jerusalem...

as the people of Israel are being challenged daily
with new and more volatile threats to their exist-
ence, they do not have the funds to help us meet
the challenges of human need.

This year in Jerusalem...
more than 70,000 immigrants from many coun-
tries and all walks of life will come to the Promised
Land to live in freedomand dignity. They will
need help to become part of the ongoing dream
that is Israel.

This year in Jerusalem...

the celebration of the Seder has a special
meaning.

Keep the promise— pay your pledge today.

GIVE TO THE 1972 ALLIED
JEWISH CAMPAIGN—ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND

SAMUEL FRANKEL, CHAIRMAN
163 MADISON, DETROIT, /MORGAN

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