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March 01, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-01

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People Make News

JERRY B. BOBROFF, former
Southfield resident, has been trans-
fered to Columbus, 0. in connec-
tion with his promotion to Ohio
state manager for White and White
Inspection Service. Bobroff was
assistant state manager for the
firm's Detroit office for t h r e e
years. He is a graduate of Michi-
gan State University.
* * •
MRS. DAVID KLIGER will ad-
dress a luncheon meeting of the
Royal Oak Woman's Club 12:30
p.m. Monday at the club. Her sub-
ject will be "The Woman Speaks."
Mrs. Klinger, who is on the teach-
ing faculty of the University of De-
troit in the department of speech
and communication arts, also is a
lecturer in the department of hu-
manities at Mercy College.
• •
Dr. Benjamin M. Kahn, national
director of Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dations. will be
one of the speak-
ers at the bien-
n i a l convention
of National Jew-
ish Welfare
Board, April 24-
28, in San Fran-
cisco. Other
speakers include
Dr. Max Lerner,
Prof. Eugene
Borowitz and Dr. Dr. Kahn
Manheim S. Shapero.
* s •
JOSEPH MEYERHOFF, chair-
man of the board and executive
committee of PEC Israel Economic
Corporation, has been elected pres-
ident of the corporation, upon the
resignation of John Furman. Mey-
erhoff has accepted the office on
a temporary basis, pending the
appointment of a new full-time
president. Harold L. Seligman,
vice president of PEC, resident in
Tel Aviv. will be in charge of the
Israel office.
• *
WWJ - TV's weatherman. SONNY
ELIOT, was cited by the National
Association of Television Program
Executives (NATPE) for having
the nation's best local weather
show. Eliot's weathercasts were
cited for "excellence in production
and broadcast." The award further
commended WWJ - TV for having
"a daily report of Michigan's cli-
mate, conditioned but not com-
promised by imagination, enthu-
siasm, and comedy."
• • •
DR. LEON LUCAS, professor in
the Wayne State University School
of Social Work, will lecture at an
institute sponsored by the National
Association of Spanish Psycholo-
gists March 16-19 at Murcia. Spain.
Topic for the institute will be "Be-
havioral Clinics and Marriage
Guidance."

DAMN

U.S. Secretary of Labor W. Wil-
lard Wirtz has announced the ap-
pointment of LEO GLANTZ as as-
sistant state veterans employment
representative for Michigan. Glantz
was selected for the position
through Federal Civil Service com-
petition. Glantz is a graduate of
Wayne State University, receiving
his BBS degree in education in
1943. He spent 17 years in man-
agement and proprietorship levels
of private business before joining
the Michigan Employment Security
Commission in 1962 as an employer
relations representative for the
Detroit area. Beside his activity
in business and training, Glantz
has been a business education
teacher in adults education since
1957 in the cities of Detroit, Oak
Park and Royal Oak.

Security Preferred

in Search for Peace,

Almogi States Here

"If we have the choice of peace
without security or security with-
out peace, we will choose security
without peace," declared Yosef
Almogi, former minister of devel-
opment and housing and a mem-
ber of the Israel Knesset, who
spoke at three Israel Bond func-
tions here last week.
"We are not as yet able to grasp
the effects of the Six-day War,"
Almogi declared. "The war solved
for us the problems of integration. j
For 19 years we had worried about
integrating the immigrants who
came from such varying back-
grouds. But the war proved that
we were one people. We fought
side by side. Patriotic fervor was '
unanimous. We had worried about!
our youth. Did they have the fiber J
of their fathers, who had fought
for and developed Israel? Well,
the Six - day Wer was won by our
youngsters. The religious and the
secularists rejoiced together at the
Kotel Maaravil (Western Wall)."
Almogi praised the dedication of
the Pioneer Women, whose lucheon
resulted in Israel Bond subscrip-
tions totaling nearly $100,000. A
total of $40,000 in Israel Bond sales
was realized at the Labor Zionist
Movement dinner and over $20,000
reinvestments and new pledges re-
sulted from the Israel Bond Re-
investment and Awards Party.

Israel Paid for Research

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Israel
has been listed by the National
Science Foundation as one of the
' five nations which received in ag-
gregate more than half of an es-
timated $62.000.000 allocated by
United States agencies for research
abroad during 1967.

BY HENRY LEONARD

Meyer-Jackson Rites
Planned for July 28

MISS SUSAN MEYER

, Mrs. Bernard M. Meyer of
Wareham Dr., Huntington Woods,
announces the engagement of her,
daughter S usan Diane t o Elliot
Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man M. Jackson of Parkside Rd.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of the late Mr. Meyer. Miss
Meyer attended Miami University
in Oxford, and was graduated
from Wayne State University.
where she was a member of
Alpha Kappa Delta sociology hon-
orary. Her fiance attended Wayne,
and graduated with a bachelor of
business administration degree
from Detroit Institute of Technol-
ogy. He is affiliated with Tau Ep-
silon Pi Fraternity.
A July 28 wedding is planned.

Coo,. 1968, Doyenu Productions

NEW YORK (JTA)—Clifford L.
Alexander, chairman of the Feder-
al Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission, criticized industry's
contribution to minority employ-
ment in white collar jobs as "paper
compliance, paper pledges and fu-
ture intentions "
Alexander's views are contained
in an article in the current issue
of "Rights," published by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith.
"For Negroes and Puerto Ricans
the problem exists at every level
and in every job category- for Jews
and for women of all races and
ethnic groups the problem is lim-
ited primarily to executive posi-
tion-s. from which all these groups
are;_effectively excluded." Alex-
ander wrote.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 1, 1968-31

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Fisher to Head
CJFWF Lecracies
Endowment Fund

Max M. Fisher has become
chairman of the legacies and en-
dowment fund committee of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, it was annonuced
by Louis J. Fox, CJFWF president.
Fisher succeeds Fox, who has been
chairing the committee since its
inception three years 31'0.
Fisher is a vice-president of
CJFWF. For the past three years
he was general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal and is now
its president. He is a past presi-
dent of the Detroit Jewish Welfare
Federaton.
The appointment of Fisher, ac-
cording to Fox, "is the best pos-
sible guarantee that the building
of the Legacies and Endowment
Fund will go forward to fulfill
.s vital purposes of making pos-
sible the innovations. the probing
research and the other special
services which are not possible
within our budget." The fund,
Fox pointed out, also makes it
possible for the council to meet
"unexpected emergencies."
The legacies and endowment
fund comittee, which has an initial
goal of $1,000,000, has received
commitments for more than $700, -
000 from 220 benefactors during
its first three years. The majority
of the commitments are bequests
for the future.

New Jackson Highway
to Honor Louis Glick

"Why don't you call it, 'How I Won the Six Day
War From My Suite in the Tel Aviv Hilton' ...

Equal Opportunity Unit
Hits 'Paper Compliance'

JACKSON, Mich. — Jackson's
city commission voted to name that
city's new access route and part
of its downtown perimeter after
the late Louis Glick.
Mr. Glick, chairman of the
board of Glick Iron & Metal Co.,
died last september at age 83. He
was active in several businesses,
and known to many companies
as the man who made their found-
ing possible.
The naming of the highway had
been the rented of much con-
troversy since a committee formed
last year under a former Jackson
mayor had selected Airline Drive
as the street name. A bowling
alley proprietor, who said Mr.
Glick helped to set him up in
business, began a write-in cam-
paign to promote naming the high-
way for Mr. Glick.

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