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October 22, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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14 Friday, October 22, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Elected to NCSY Post

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Baruch Taub, associate
national director of the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth, has
been elected national di-
rector of NCSY, the
largest Orthodox youth
group in America.
Rabbi Taub's appoint-

ment was announced
jointly by Harold M.
Jacobs, president of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of Amer-
ica, NCSY's parent or-
ganization, and 'Reuben
E. Gross, chairman of the
UOJCA Youth Commis-
sion.

Proposed Bank Chief Yadlin Jailed on Charges of Bribery

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Asher Yadlin, who was
designated to be the next
governor of the Bank of
Israel, was remanded to
jail for 15 days Tuesday,
24 hours after he was ar-
rested for allegedly ac-
cepting bribes and engag-
ing in other illegal ac-

tivities.
Two other persons al-
legedly associated with
Yadlin were also re-
manded in custody and a
fourth suspect, who fled
the country, faces extrad-
ition proceedings.
These sudden develop-
ments in the Yadlin affair

Elect

FLORENCE SALTZMAN

State Board of Education

Republican






9 Yrs of Education Experience
Public Schools President ('73-'74) Birmingham Board of Education
College: Current Member, Board of Control, Saginaw Valley State College
Jewish Community Council Executive Committee

LEADERSHIP FOR MICHIGAN'S
LOCAL SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, LIBRARIES

will force the Cabinet to therefore Yadlin's deten-
select a new governor for tion was essential to the
the Bank of Israel, a post investigation.
Yadlin was to have as-
Also arrested were
sumed Nov. 1.
Mordechai Ellison, who
At its regular meeting formerly headed a de-
Sunday, the Cabinet had partment in Solel Boneh,
decided to defer a decision the Histadrut construction
on whether or not to re- company, and Shiomo
voke Yadlin's appointment Gory, an attorney who
for two weeks in the expec- worke for Yadlin. _
tation that the police in-
vestigation under way for
some time, would yield
firmer information on
which to base a decision.
Yadlin's arrest was
precipitated by testimony
given in court Monday by
the Chief Police Inves-
tigator, Benjamin Ziegel.
Ziegel said there was suf-
ficient evidence to charge
Yadlin with receiving
bribes, making false de-
clarations to avoid pay-
ASHER YADLIN
ment of property im-
Ellison, who reportedly
provement taxes, viola-
tion of foreign currency offered to become a state
regulations by transfer- witness in return for a
ring funds to banks ab- promise of immunity, was
road and other related said to have confessed to
various charges. He and
acts.
The offenses were al- Yadlin allegedly accepted
legedly committed while kickbacks when Kupat
Yadlin served as chair- Holim purchased for $2.5
man of Kupat Holim, the million, an uncompleted
powerful Histadrut sick medical center said to be
worth $1.4 million. Elli-
fund.
Ziegel testified that son was not granted im-
Yadlin is suspected of munity.
Gory allegedly pre-
having received. IL 48,000
($564) as a bribe in con- pared false tax declara-
nection with various land tions for Yadlin and false
transactions by Kupat property registrations
Holim. He told the court aimed at evading taxes.
that the police had Police said many of the
learned that efforts were suspects interrogated
made to influence or in- have refused to sign
timidate witnesses and statements.

Detroit's Businessmen's Group

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Cocktails .. . .5:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Dinner
Black Tie
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International Singing Star

Music by
Hal Gordon and
His Orchestra

Max Sosin, president
Morris Sukenic, dinner-dance chairman
Gerald 1. Portney and Andrew R. Miller,

PROCEEDS TO AID IN THE FIGHT AGAINST
CANCER AND OTHER CATASTROPHIC DISEASES

co-chairmen
By Invitation Only

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