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November 09, 1962 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-09

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King Says Jordan Lost Bid to Win
Danny Raskin's Chicago Survey Discloses Job
Back Israel Because of Arab Rift
Bias in Banks, Insurance Firms
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

"In the past few days the
world passed through a crisis
which nearly threw it into the
horrors of destructive war," the
Jordanian king declared. "Dur-
ing the crisis I remembered
how many of us used to say that
progress in the Palestine ques-
tion could not be made until a
suitable situation arose. The
suitable world situation came
with this crisis. This was the
chance of a lifetime for a na-
tion which wanted to recover
the right to its usurped home-
land."
He said, "Our nation could
have been that nation had its
fate not been affected by this
group of rulers," a reference
to President Nasser of Egypt
who has been supporting the
revolt in Yemen. That support
has brought Jordanian and
Saudi Arabia support for the
Royalists in Yemen and .warn-
ings of a Middle East Arab
clash.

to The Jewish News)

LONDON—King Hussein of
Jordan was disclosed Tuesday
to have broadcast a statement
to the Middle East in which he
said that intra-Arab rivalries
had cost the Arab world "the
chance of a lifetime" to use the
Cuban crisis to destroy Israel.

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LONDON, (JTA) — Britain
appointed as its new Ambassa-
dor to Israel Barbara Salt, 58.
Miss Salt, who becomes Eng-
land's first woman ambassador,
served as counselor at the Brit-
ish Embassy in Tel Aviv from
1957 to 1960. She succeeds Am-
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Miss Salt, who has most re-
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Economic and Social Council,
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OUR STRICTLY KOSHER
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FOR DINNERS AS USUAL
SUN. THRU THURS.
5 P.M. to 9 P.M.

A LOT OF PEOPLE have
heard about him and now they'll
get a chance to see Sam Reeves
. . . He's stopped bouncing
around and is set for the grand
opening of his new Cities Serv-
ice station this weekend, on
W. Nine Mile Rd., corner of
Ithaca in Oak Park . . . Debon-
naire, handsome, smiling Sam
likes to give things away—that's
been the secret of his success—
and the opening won't be any
different . . . Balloons, toys,
candy, glassware, hosiery, rec-
ords, etc. is just a partial list-
ing . . . and as if this isn't
enough, he's even having draw-
ings on four sets of snow tires
. . . Sam doesn't want to put
the shoe shine boys out of busi-
ness, but all-year-long he gives
free shines with every fill-up
. . . One of these days, he is
going to run out of giveaway
ideas.
* * *

CHICAGO, (JTA) — The Jew-
ish Labor Committee of Chicago,
citing survey findings of employ-
ment agency bias against Cath-
olics, Negroes and Jews, urged
the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation to investigate such
discrimination in bank and in-
surance company employment.
The committee said that the
survey showed these two types
of business to be the "worst
offenders," and that the federal
agency should seek to learn
whether, by underwriting tie-
posits in banks, "it is not under-
writing racial and religious bias."
The survey was made by the
Bureau of Jewish Employment
Problems of Chicago, of which
the committee was a founder.
The bureau surveyed 2,289 job
orders, received by two private
job agencies from 2,000 business
concerns in the Chicago area.
The bureau also studied applica-
tion blanks of 13 private employ-
ment agencies.

observe merit employment
practice as an essential condi-
tion of the contracts."
Another finding, the commit-
tee said, was that 10 to 13 pri-
vate job agencies in downtown
Chicago examined by the bureau
used application forms contain-
ing discriminatory questions on
religion, nationality or descent.
The committee added that its
annual conference on civil rightS
on November 17 would review
the findings of the surveys.

BILL KOZIN of kosher res-
taurant and catering note, told
fellow kosher caterer Al Rosen-
berg about the observant New
Yorker in search of a place to
eat ... Seeing a restaurant with
a kosher designation, he entered
and took a table . . . By way of -.....1• ■■•■•■=aw
reassuring himself, he asked the
NOW .
waiter whether he could be
NEWLY DECORATED
sure of the establishment's
and ENLARGED
kashruth . . . "You see the
picture of Moses hanging in the
window, don't you?" the waiter
replied . . . "Yes, I saw it,"
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The bureau reported that, of
1,070 job orders of one agency.
155 or 14 percent were found
to be biased. Of 1,219 orders
three percent were discrimina-
tory, the committee said, adding
that bias against Catholic s,
Negroes and Jews ran as high
as 20 to 25 per cent of all job
orders at one agency.

The committee said that 16 of
the companies had contracts with
either the federal or city govern-
ments, or both, and that they
appeared to be "in violation of
their contractual obligations to
the federal government and city
government of Chicago in their
signed agreement promising to

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