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June 17, 1977 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-17

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30 Friday, June 17, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Communal Agencies Charged With Discrimination

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WASHINGTON (JTA )—
Nine hundred delegates at-
tending the 79th annual Na-
tional Conference of Jewish
Communal Service workers
here. charged that employ-
ment discrimination against
women was the prevalent
practice in that field.
A resolution adopted by
the conference said that the
readiness of Jewish commu-
nal agencies to employ
women in top executive
posts remains grudging, re-
luctant and unwilling.
The resolution called on
the leaders of Jewish com-
munal agencies to examine
their hiring practices, both
explicit and implicit, for dis-
criminatory patterns and to
make a conscious effort to
broaden the opportunities
for women to fill decision-
making jobs.
The charge of unequal op-
portunities for women de-
spite recent advances in
women's rights stemmed
from a study of 319 commu-
nal agencies employing
2,200 people, 54 percent of
them women. It showed
that in the job categories of
executive director or assist-
ant executive director,
women held only 2.5 per-
cent of the positions.

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Among male employes, 29
percent were executive di-
rectors, 23 percent assistant
executive directors, 25 per-
cent supervisors and 23 per-
cent line workers.
Disparity in salaries was
also revealed. The study dis-
closed that only 5 percent
of women employes re-
ceived salaries of $20,000 or
more per year in contrast
to 57 percent of the male
employes. Of 1,200 women
covered in the study, only
10 (0.8 percent) held the top
executive positions in their
respective agencies and 45
were in the next highest cat-
egory. By contrast, 71.5 per-
cent were line workers.
The study covered five
fields of Jewish communal
service : federations ; com-
munity centers; hospitals;
family and social service
agencies; and old age
homes. Women accounted
for 75 percent of the profes-
sional workers in the fam-
ily and social service
agencies, but held only
three of the top executive
posts. Among 91 feder-
ations, there were only

Stevenson Says
Don't Fear Result
of Israel Election

CHICAGO (JTA)—Sen.
Adlai Stevenson (D Ill.)
said there is no reason to
fear the results of Israel's-
elections or to doubt Amer-
ica's • "irrevocable" com-
mitment to the Jewish
state.
Addressing a meeting of
the American Jewish Con-
gress' policy-making N ation-
al Governing Council, Ste-
venson said he saw no rea-
son to believe the election
results would harm U.S.-Is-
rael relations.
"The government of Is-
rael will be confronted by
inescapable realities and
also by a chance for peace
which could pass," he de-
clared. "It would assign to
that government the most
irrational bent to conclude
from the statements of one
man, often out of context,
that a new Israel govern-
ment might reject its only
ally and the solemn inter-
national undertakings of its
predecessor governments
for a policy that implies
war and invites a violent
end to our struggle to right
the terrible wrongs and
make a reality of Israel."
Stevenson said that "Noth-
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American commitment to
Israel is irrevocable. It de-
pends not on the steadfast-
ness of America—that is
not in doubt—it depends on
the steadfastness of Israel
and that is not in doubt ei-
ther."
He stressed that "two cen-
turies of experience with
self-government at home
should enable us to accept
changes abroad with the
equanimity with which we
accept them here." He
noted that in a democratic
government if a mistake
was made it can be un-
made. "But it is premature
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mistake was made in the re-
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