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August 14, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-14

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FBI Conducts Investigation of Series of
Bombings of Jewish Homes in Kansas City

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
Federal Bureau of Investigation
has received information on anti-
Jewish bombings in Kansas City,
Mo., and is believed to be parti-
cipating in an investigation launch-
ed by Kansas City police.
Kansas City police officials and
announced that a pattern of anti-
Jewish terrorism has emerged in
Kansas City during the past seven
months. Five bombings or attempt-
ed bombings have occurred at the
homes and businesses of Jewish
persons, police said. The bombings
were described as a "pattern" in-
volving anti-Semitism.
Police are now probing the lat-
est blast which last week destroy-
ed the interior of a restaurant
owned by Melvin Rolsky.
Rolsky is Jewish, and his name
has figured in the news.
The first of the five incidents
in the anti-Jewish pattern occurred
Jan. 26, when two unexploded
dynamite bombs were found out-

Israeli Motorists
Steamed Up Over
Anti-Smoke Law

JERUSALEM — Where there's
smoke, there's fire. The principle
finds no exception in Israel, where
regulations against excessive ve-
hicle exhaust have been extended
throughout the country after a
year's trial in the three main
cities.
Trucking companies have
threatened they will be unable
to conform with the controver-
sial rules, called the Banowitz
regulations after the late Dr.
Simon Kanowitz who piloted the
bill through Parliament in 1961.
The National Council for the
Prevention of Air Pollution and
Noise complained that the law has
become a "mockery," with rules
not being enforced and gaping
loopholes available for drivers to
circumvent them. Taxi drivers said
they would strike unless the law
is suspended or some concrete
proposals made to help them elim-
inate smoke from the exhausts of
their vehicles.
Los Angeles often has been con-
sidered the smog city, but the
problem of air pollution has be-
come an increasing health hazard
in Tel Aviv and other large Israeli
ciities.

side the homes of Irving Achten-
berg, an attorney, and Dr. Lazare
Shapiro, a physician. The names
of both intended victims had ap-
peared in newspaper publicity prior
to the attempt.
Two days later, an explosive
charge was detonated against the
wall of a discount store operated
by proprietors of Jewish faith. The
explosion resulted in damage esti-
mated at $40,000. On April 21, the
same store was damaged by still
another blast. Police concluded
that the only conceivable thread
linking the bomibngs and attempt-
ed bombings of Jews was anti-
Semitism on the part of perpetra-
tors.
James Newman, chief of detec-
tives of Kansas City Police De-
partment, Tuesday denied a
Washington report that a pattern
of anti-Jewish terrorism has
emerged in Kansas City during the
past months, when five bombings
or attempted bombings occured at
the homes or businesses of Jewish
persons.
"We have no basic facts which
connect these various bombings
and attempted bombings one with
another," he said. "There is no ap-
parent pattern and any attempt
to link them together is not based
on the facts as we know them.
There is no proven anti-Semitic as-
pect, and some of the victims of
recent similar bombings have been
non-Jews."
The Kansas City office of the

Labor Committee Issues
Pamphlet on Extremists

Jewish Commodore Promoted

TORONTO (JTA) — Air Com-
modore Maurice Lipton of Sydney,
Nova Scotia, has been promoted
to Air Vice Marshall in the Royal
Canadian Air Force and assigned
to the Colorado Springs station of
the North American Air Defense
Command, it was announced here
today.

'They poison the atmosphere.
Every week more than 6,000 hate-
peddling right-wing radio broad-
casts are beamed into homes
throughout the nation."
The foregoing is a quote from the
new pamphlet, "The Extremists,"
which is being distributed by the
Jewish Labor Committee. The pam-
Lake Superior is the largest
phlet points out that right-wing ex- fresh water lake in the world. It
tremists groups have an income of is 31,820 square miles in area and
$25,000,000 a year and goes on to the greatest recorded depth is
list such contributors as J. Howard 1,333 feet.
Pew of Sun Oil ($1,055,000 )and
the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
($665,000).
Developed by the AFL-CIO Com-
mittee on Political Education, the
new pamphlet is being made avail-
able by the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee, 25 E. 78th Street, New York,
free of charge as part of its effort
to acquaint community leaders and
concerned citizens with the facts
about extremist activity.

Federal Bureau of Investigation,
while keeping close contact with
the Police Department, also indi-
cated that they had no evidence
to substantiate a charge of auti-
Semitic terrorism. They are con-
tinuing to follow the bombing
cases for any possible violation of
Federal laws.
Abe Kaplan, chairman of the
Kansas City Jewish Community
Relations Bureau, said: "Despite
the various coincidences, the Po-
lice Department has found no cir-
cumstantial fact which would tie
the several bombings together.
There are many differences in the
bombing techniques and differ-
ences in the circumstances sur-
rounding the bomb in gs raise
questions not having to do with the
Jewish factor, which the police
are trying to resolve.
The wicked say much but do
"The distorted reports of terror-
ism are unfounded and reports that little. — Baba Metzia 87.
FBI is involved are equally un-
founded. The Comunity Relations
Bureau is in contact with the Po-
lice Department and has confidence
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Services for Adolescents

NEW YORK (JTA) -- Creation
of a new division which will unite
most of the present services to
troubled adolescents provided
now by the Jewish Board of
Guardians was announced here by
Solomon Litt, president of JBG.
The new group, to be known as
the Hawthorne-Youth Services Di-
vision, will include the services of
the Hawthorne Cedar Knolls
School; the JBG's court services to
Jewish children under the age of
19 who are brought before the
City's Family Court or the Ado-
lescent part of Criminal Court, the
Court Clinic; after care services
for children who graduated from
(the agency's treatment center;
and a group residence section for
adolescents able to hold jobs or
attend school, but in need of
continued treatment and protective

living environment.

A Sons Confusions
A Jew complained about his
son-in-law: "He is no good, he
doesn't know how to play cards,
he doesn't know how to drink."
"That's fine," said his listener.
"What are you complaining
of? I wish my son-in-law didn't
know how to gamble and
drink."
"But," said the first Jew, "the
trouble is that while my son-
in-law doesn't know how to play
cards, he plays cards, and al-
though he doesn't know how to
drink, he drinks."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 14, 1964 15

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