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October 06, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-06

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Scientific Conference
to Study Progress in
Israel, Middle East

People .. .
Make News

Polish Claims Date Extended; Austria to Postpone Payments

Deadline for filing claims
The Austrian government benefit those who found out
against the Polish Government also announced last week that about the claims program too
under the agreement of 1960 restitution payments to victims late to file. Information and
The fourth annual Conference has been extended from Sept. of Nazism in Austria may have forms may be obtained from the
MRS. DAN SHAPIRO, presi- on Science and Technology in 30 to March 31, 1962, it was to be postponed another year. Foreign Claims Settlement Com-
dent, and MRS. LE OP OLD Israel and the Middle East will announced in Washington.
A Foreign Claims Settle. mission, Washington 25, D.C.
SNYDER, vice-president, w i 11 be held Oct. 14-15 at Hotel
ment Commission spokesman
The possibility of an Austrian
Astor,
N.Y.,
with
delegates
represent the Detroit Women's
said the Polish action was postponement of payments was
UJA
to
Hold
National
Division at a Leadership Train- from all parts of the United
necessary, b e cause of the - attributed to the f act that,
ing Institute of the American States, it was announced by Dr. Leadership Conference
overwhelming influx of re- under an agreement concluded
Jewish Congress to be held on Bern Dibner, conference. chair-
quests in September. The last June between Austria and
Nov. 10-12 in New York Commission decided on the West Germany, Germany is to
Oct. 14 and 15 at the Traymore man.
Under the auspices of the
Hotel, Atlantic City, N.J.
The United Jewish Appeal will extension in the interest of contribute 321 million marks
* * *
American Technion Society, hold its second National Young
Robert B. Jacob, has been 1000 Fifth Ave., N.Y., which Leadership Conference in New justice and • international law ($80 million) to the Austrian
elected executive vice presi- sponsors Technion-Israel Insti- York, Nov. 10-12, Joseph Meyer- to further the spirit of co• f u n d f or compensation pay-
operation inherent in the ments.
dent of Dayco Corp., and will tute of Technology in Haifa, the hoff, UJA general chairman an- agreement.
The agreement must still be
headquarter at the home offices conference will bring together nounced.
Unde
greement Poland approved by the West German
in Dayton. He was previously nearly 400 leaders of science,
Over 300 young community
ing America $40 million Parliament. Because of the re-
president of Cadillac Plastic higher education, industry and leaders will attend the conf
in settlement of claims based on cent elections, a new Parliament
& Chemical Co., a Dayco sub- government.
ence at the Waldorf - A is nationalization of property be- must be organized. This is not
sidiary. Richard 'J. Jacob, who
The sessions will be devoted Hotel.
longing to A itizens.
expected to be accomplished be-
had been executive vice presi- to three major topics: energy
The e
Following the patter of last
cted to fore November.
dent of Cadillac Plastic, was sources, today and tomorrow; year's conference, the hree day
named to succeed Robert as water — key to the develop- series of seminars ill include
NM MI
MN II•11 OM MI Ti
president.
ment of the Middle East; and presentations and
I
orts
by
au-
* * *
international cooperation
ds of UJA's
DR. JACOB NEUSNER, 29, through science and technology. thorities in the
I
efforts to rescue, esettle and re-
'chairs the new department of
Among the delegates will be
1
Hebrew Studies at the University Dewey F. Barich, president of habilitate Jews t • world over,
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as a re- the Detroit Institute of Tech- be followed by•xtensiv q
I
tion and answe er' ds.
sult of a special grant from the nology.
In addition is e h
Wisconsin Society for Jewish
who will parti
Learning.
I
ference will be
* * *
2 Rockwell 'Nazis'
Senator JOSEPH S. CLARK
Israel's Ambass
ether than ever Deals
I
of Pennsylvania will head the Are Arrested for
States; Edward
I
roster of speakers at the 17th Juvenile Assaults
honorary cha'
Better Service
biennial convention of Pioneer
WASHINGTON, (JTA) — An chairman of the
I
See Your Friend
Women, in Pittsburgh, Oct. 8-11. Arlington court judge this week tion Committee;
* * *
UJA national ch
I
Dr. EZRA SPICEHANDLER fined Andrew Chappell, 24, one senting the United
n
of
George
Rockwell's
"Nazi"
has been named . a member of
and chairman of the sh
the rabbinical placement com- troopers, $25 on conviction of Agency for Israel, Inc.; General
contributing
to
the
delinquency
mittee serving Reform Jewish
Haim Barley of the Israel De-
congregations and rabbis, Dr. of a 14-year-old girl.
18100 Woodward
Authorities meanwhile an- fence Forces and Rabbi Herbert
Nelson Glueck, president of He-
A. Friedman, WA executive I Between 6 and 7 Mi. Rd.
nounced
that
earlier
in
the
week
TO. 9-5000 I
brew Union College-Jewish In-
vice-chairman.
ti ri
=I

am
•• N. No 1.1
om No BE 1.1 ri
stitute of Religion, announced. another trooper, Charles Bever-
idge, 21, was arrested and held
* * *
Mrs. JERRY J. ROTHMAN, for grand jury action on charges
of the Bronx, has been named of statutory rape of a 14-year-old
chairman of the 1961 national girl.
convention of the Yeshiva Uni-
The newest arrests raised to
versity Women's Organization, five the total of Rockwellites ar-
scheduled for the Breakers rested during the past two
Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J., Oct. months on charges involving
8-11, Mrs. Walter J. Diamond, offenses against juveniles.
Rockwell's "youth lea de r,"
national presiden t, has an-
Anthony Wells, is serving a 60-
nounced.
* * *
day-term for assaulting a teen-age
JOAN ELAINE DUPY, 21, of boy and two others.
Wayne, was named "Miss
Richard Braun and Robert
Torchy of 1961." The brunette Garber, are serving a year at
American Airlines stewardess hard labor in a Virginia prison
will represent 35,000 Detroit- for abusing a - 13-year-old-Jewish
area women volunteers at func- boy who they dragged from the
tions connected with the 13th street into Rockwell's headquar-
annual Torch Drive, to be held ters.
Oct. 17 through Nov. 9 to raise
$18,350,000 for the 1962 budgets Y.I. Young Adults Hord
of -195 health and community
Evening Entertainment
services.
* * *

Young Israel Young Adults
•Rabbi HAROLD D. HAN of will present "An Evening of
Congregation Beth El will rep- Entertainment" 8:30 p.m. Sat-
resent the Jewish Chautauqua urday at the Oak Park Commu-
Society as lecturer at Northland nity Center.
College in Ashland, Wis., Oct.
Featured will be Hy Sims,
18 to 20. He will speak at con- who will teach various dances.
vocation Oct. 18, 10:45 a.m., on The event is open to any young
the subject "Judaism and the adult, 18-25. Refreshments will
Culture of America."
be served.

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