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December 15, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-15

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activities in Society

The Kaplan Family Club will meet Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Begun of W. Outer Dr.
The Cornfield Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mintz, 17511 Kentucky.
Mrs. Sadie Michelman of Oak Park celebrated her birthday
recently at a dinner-party given in her honor at Northwood Inn.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Goodman of Romeo, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Oringer, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Michelman and
family, Richard Oringer of Ann Arbor and Adrienne Feldman of
Ann Arbor.

Jewish Women's Council, YWCA
Launch Individual Duties Drive

A campaign to promote responsible citizenship was
launched by the National Council of Jewish Women and the
National Board of the Young Women's Christian Association
of the U.S.A. with the development of a 10-point "Code of
Personal Commitment." Here, • Mrs. Charles Hymes (left) of
Minneapolis, president of the Jewish women's educational and
service organization, and Mrs. Archie D. Maivel (right), presi-
dent of the national board of the YWCA presei(t the code to
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt at a joint celebration of the 50th
anniversary of the social action programs of both organizations.

Youths Plead Guilty; Terrorized Jewish
San Francisco Family for 15 Months

Technion Dinner Cruso to Address Zionists Here
Next Thursday. at Memorial Assembly f

Murray Altman, chairman of
the board of directors of the
Detroit Chapter of the Amer-
ican Technion Society, an-
nounces completion of plans
for the 16th annual dinner of
the local group, to be held
Thursday evening, at the Sher-
aton-Cadillac Hotel.
The featured speakers will
be David Karr, president of
Fairbanks Whitney Corporation
speaking on "The Role of De-
salination of Water in World
Economics," and Gordon B.
Sherman, president of Midas,
Inc., who will speak on "Inter-
national Cooperation Through
Science and Technology."
Technion Society Re-elects
Jacob Sensibar President
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Jacob
. _ Sensibar of Chicago has
been re-elected president of the
American Technion S o c i e t y.
Re-elected also were David
Rose, board chairman; and U.S.
Senator Jacob K. Javits and
Dr. Abraham Tulin, o rary
chairmen.
Sensiba
eff ' s to
identified
engineer-
hro
build Isr
ing kno w and modern
technology. His firm carried out
the ream-nation of nearly 19,000
acres of swapland in the Huleh
region of northern Israel.

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Other incidents during the
period included the smearing
of the word "Eichmann" across
the front of their_ home; the
smashing of their front win-
dows with beer bottles; vandal-
ism against their car and the
sending of unwanted deliveries
and services, including a police-
man 'to the Bowman home.
Bowman, 59, who lost 25
pounds during the 15-month
ordeal, finally brought an end
to the terror campaign - by
that charity begins
The f
calling Mayor George Chris-
topher. The youths, who were at home hould make it easy
arrested and indicted last June, for a man to practice on him-
were charged with conspiracy self.
tI commit arson, malicious mis-
ief and making lewd tele-
phone calls. -

SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA) —
Six of eight San Francisco
youths on trial here on charges
of waging a 15-month campaign
of anti-Semitic attacks against
an Austrian immigrant and his
wife pleaded guilty.
The two others entered pleas
of innocent and their trial was
set for-Jan. 15 before Superior
Judge Harry Neubarth. Those
pleading guilty- will be sen-
tenced Jan. 9. They face maxi-
mum sentences of three years
in prison.
The terror campaign began in
April 1960 when neighborhood
toughs, ranging in age fronl 16
to 21, systematically terro
the couple, Mr. and Mrs.
Liam Bowman. They
couple at 11 hours
snarled ob e s an made FBI Probes Housing
wo of
s,
anti-Semitic e
e guilty be- Bias Covenants in
the youths pl
They will be
fore the i
sentenced n Dec. 18. Two Washington Suburb
juveniles dmitted guilt and
WASHINGTON, (JTA) — At-
were 'place on probation.
torney General Robert F. Ken-
nedy was reported to have
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troit will hold a memorial asse
bly in tribute to the late M is
L. Schaver 8 p.m.. Sunday a the
Hayim Greenberg Center, was
announced by Emanuel ark,
director of the Labor Zioni In-
stitute.
The Jewish community is
vited to attend.
Co-sponsoring the assembly are
the Farband LZO City Commit-
tee, Farband Camp, Habonim,
Hayim Greenberg Yiddish School,
Detroit Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign, the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute, LZOA Detroit Council and
Pioneer Women's Council.
Harry Schumer is chairman of
the memorial committee.
Participating in the program
will be Rabbi Morris Adler, Pin-
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