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July 25, 1969 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, July 25, 1969

g r eivry

Young Adults Ask That Synagogues
Select Youth for Board Members

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Sanford Kleiner, vice president of
the Chemical Bank of New York,
also reports that the ''historic
underutilization" of Jews in man-
agement positions, although much
diminished, still persists.
But this, he adds, is because
many Jews are still skeptical about
entering the field "because of the
image that has been created by
offending companies and indus- ,
tries."
Based on studies and his ex-

periences as a personnel officer,
Kleiner finds that more and
more Jews are moving into
"management pipeline s," as
major industries, on the hunt for
executive talent, have turned af-
firmative about recruiting Jews.
Many firms, Kleiner writes in
"Careers in Corporate Managt, -
ment," a career guide published
this week by Bnai Brith Vocational
, Service, are vigorously encourag-
ing Jews to join their management
ranks.
Kleiner cites Bnai Britb's Anti-

Defamation League and its Hillel
Foundations, the former for estab-
lishing cooperative workshop pro-
grams with many firms to educate
their personnel staffs on the career
D aspirations of Jewish youth, and
the campus group for its assistance
in college recruitment programs.
The career guide is available'
0 from Bnai Brith Vocational Serv-
ice, 1640 Rhode Island, N.W., Wash-
ington, D.C. 20036.

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Sinai Names S. M. Patz
Administrative Aide

Stephen M. Patz has been ap-
pointed administrative assistant at
Sinai Hospital, Dr. Julien Priver,
executive vice
president has an-
nounced.
A native of Pitts-
burgh, Patz, 26,
received his BA
degree from the
University of
Pittsburgh and
spent two years
as a first lieuten-
ant in the U. S.
Army Medical
Service Corps.
Patz
Patz earned his master's degree
in hospital administration from
Washington University, St. Louis,
and served his administrative resi-
dency at the Jewish Hospital of St.
Louis.
After a period of orientation at
Sinai, he will assume managerial
responsibility for the emergency
room, Shiffman Clinic, medical
records, medical library and ad-
ministrative liaison to the division
of obstetrics and gynecology.
Patz and his wife reside at 25332
Shiawassee Circle in Southfield.

Jerusalem Post

1932.

cantors features more of "The
Magnificent Yossele Rosenblatt."
His recordings will be presented
as Cantor Harold Orbach of Tem-
ple Israel comments on his voice,
music and history.

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This Week's Radio and
seek to deny the pulpit to rabbis
Television Programs
who courageously espouse humane
ETERNAL LIGHT
social causes."
Delegates approved a resolution
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
calling on the leading governments
Station: WWJ.
Feature: In this seventh of 15
to request the United Nations to
place the Nigerian-Biafran conflict informal discussions of Genesis,
on its agenda and to urge the Unit- the listener learns of the many
ed States, France and Canada to facets of Jacob's life.
a
join a proposed international com-
HIGHLIGHTS
mittee to investigate the air cor-
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
ridor where planes bearing food
and medicine had been shot down.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "Israeli Dance" is the
subject of this program as part
Corporations Reported of the series on "Dance in the Jew-
ish Community Center." Jerry and
Stamping Out Job Bias
MISS LIBBY NEUMAN
Stephanie Katz present a demon-
WASHINGTON — American cor-
stration showing the source and
Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Neuman of
porations are out to undo the nega- scope of Israeli dance. Both are
tive image that their executive working with the Dance Theater New Hampshire Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce
the engagement of their
suite doors are still shut tight to of Detroit, a repertory company.
daughter Libby to Lawrence Bruce
Jews, says a New York banking
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Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
official, who claims that the once
HEAR OUR VOICE
S. Cooper of Deep Run Rd., Birm-
unspoken but rigidly enforced "no
Time:
11:30
p.m.
Sunday.
ingham.
Jews allowed" policy in big busi-
Station: WCAR.
A July 12, 1970, wedding is
ness is now the exception, not he
Feature:
This
series
on
great
planned.
rule.

STARLIGHT, Pa. — Bnai Brith
Young Adults has issued a call to
congregations of all three branches
of Judaism to elect young people
as full voting members of synago-
gue boards of directors and social
action committees to help reverse
"the flight from religion by ideal-
istic young Jews."
A resolution approved at the
BBYA's 24th international conven-
tion at Camp Bnai Brith declared
many potential young leaders shun
the synagogue because they believe
Jewish adults are not "sufficiently
concerned" with critical social
problems or are unwilling to work
with young people "to build a bet-
ter world."
Youth participation in synagogue
policy-making bodies, the BBYA
maintained, "could help strengthen
the synagogue's commitment to
•causes that deeply concern young
people today."
Pam Gewirtz, 20-year-old stu-
dent of Valley State College, San
Fernando Valley, Calif., was
elected president for 1969-70-,' the
first time since 1951 that a girl
has been so honored.
A further proposal called upon
national congregational and rab-
binical organizations to "speak out

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