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April 24, 1964 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-24

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Cardinal Bea Calls Time Element Only
Factor for Ecumenical Jewish Issue Action

ROME (JTA)—Augustin Cardi-
nal Bea, head of the Vatican's
Secretariat for the Promotion of
Christian Unity, flatly denied that
consideration of the question of
Catholic-Jewish relations and free-
dom of religion by the Ecumenical
Council had been deferred for any
other reason than lack of time.
The forthcoming issue of Civilta
Cattolica, authoritative organ of
the Jesuit Order, will publish an
extensive interview with Cardinal
Bea discussing the Council's work
on the schema on ecumenism, in
which these two chapters figured.
In the interview, the Cardinal is
asked what were the motives for
delaying detailed examination of
Chapter Four (on the Jews) and
Chapter Five (on religious free-
dom) or, at least a vote in prin-
ciple during the last session of
the Ecumenical Council.
"Much was fancied about the
presumed maneuvers, pressures
and underhand dealings in this•
respect," the Cardinal said in
reply. "Even admitting that
many were puzzled by those two
chapters, the reasons for the
development, were not those
whispered and bandied about.
The facts were as follows: it
was acknowledged that an en
bloc vote on all five chapters

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risked creating much perplex-
ity among the Council Fathers
and much difficulty in inter-
preting the eventual results."
Cardinal Bea pointed out to the
interviewer that the subj e c t s
treated in the schema on ecumen-
ism, though having an inner
relationship, w ere nevertheless
too dissimilar to admit en bloc
voting. He said it seemed perfer-
able to defer discussion of Chap-
ters Four and Five until after dis-
cussion of the first three chapters
had been concluded. That discus-
sion, he noted, had taken far more
time than had been foreseen by
those who had wanted to accom-
plish examination of the entire
schema.
The Jesuit organ quotes Cardi-
nal Bea as expressing the belief
that the delay had been salutary
since it had doubtlessly furthered
clarification. It was better, he said,
to avoid the impression of a hur-
ried a n d insufficiently mature
discussion and vote.

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Anti Defamation League Reveals the Difficulties
in Job Seeking for Jewish Law School Graduates

NEW HAVEN, (JTA) — Bias
against Jewish law school gradu-
ates is "on the wane" among law
firms in New York, but young Jew-
ish attorneys still find it more dif-
ficult than Christians to get jobs
and partnership promotions, and
also earn less in their early years
of practice than do their Christian
classmates, an article in the cur-
rent issue of the Yale Law Jour-
nal declared.
Under a grant from the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith,
the Law Journal stated, a study
was made of the experiences of the
last 12 Yale Law School graduat-
ing classes. Researchers used as
their major sources of information
replies to questionnaires sent to
about 600 alumni, interviews with
partners in 30 major New York
firms who take an active role in
the hiring of young legal talent;
and interviews with 20 members
of the School's last graduating
class at a time when they were at-
tempting to find jobs with New
York law firms. ,
On the whole, the resulting data
showed, the average New York
law firm which accepts Jewish
graduates is smaller than the aver-
age firm to which Christian stu-
dents go; Jewish students are less
successful than their Gentile con-
temporaries in getting into higher-
paying firms; 87 per cent of the
Christian graduates were accepted
in firms among their first three
choices, against 64 per cent of
Jewish students. The study also
found, however, that, in some in-
stances, Jewish graduates have
"erected their o w n barriers"
simply by not applying for jobs
with some firms.
(Dore Schary, national chairman
of the ADL, attributed the decline
in discrimmination to "the chang-
ing standards of our society which
have made more and more unac-
ceptable attitudes that were once
`respectable' though unfair." He
added: "That any prejudice should
still exist in this profession, how-
ever, is a doubly painful fact be-

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Cardinal Bea discounted ap-
prehensions that the chapter on
the Jews would have unfavorable
consequences in the Arab states.
He recalled the statement issued
by the Arab representatives at
the United Nations last July in
which, he said, the Arab coun-
tries and the Christians living
in them "are not only not op-
posed to the Council decree
treating of the purely religious
aspects of Judaism—excluding
Zionism and any nationalist and
political aspect—but would even
greet it with satisfaction."
The Cardinal said that document
showed that the Arabs "are well
aware of the deep links between
Islam and the Jewish religion."
He said there could be no doubt
that the Council's document on
the Jews "treats exclusively of
the religious aspect of Jewish-
Christian relations and abstains
absolutely from touching any
political or national questions."

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cause their training and work
should cause lawyers to have fewer
prejudices of this kind than the
population generally.")

2 Jews Sentenced
as Spies for Egypt

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Two Jewish
spies in the service of Egypt were
sentenced to imprisonment for
espionage. One, Agassi, who re-
ceived $400 from the Egyptians,
was sentenced to -five years in
prison. He was described as an
Iraq Jew and as "a psychopath, but
not insane."
Having met Egyptian agents in
Paris, and agreeing to supply them
with information on military and
immigration matters, Agassi re-
turned to Israel and asked a friend,
named Sviri, to help him with this
job. Sviri was sentenced to 21
months in jail.
Sviri's mistake, which led to the
apprehension of the two men, was
in asking a third man top artici-
patae in the scheme. The third
man turned out to be an Israeli
security service agent. As a result
of the agent's apprehension of the
pair, they were arrested while
meeting recently at Ramat Gan.
* * *

Boycott Conference Chaired by An Israeli

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

and Soviet bloc countries who in-
dicated
they considered the action
GENEVA. — Arab delegates to unjustified.
the United Nations Trade and De-
velopment Conference now in ses-
sion here boycotted Tuesday the
work of a conference commission
because its chair was being held
by Ambassador Moshe Bartur.
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The envoy, a conference vice
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cut?
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TEL AVIV.—Israel planned to
release two Lebanese vessels and
their Lebanese crew members seiz-
ed in Israeli territorial waters but
detained four Syrian and two Egyp-
tian seamen on the ships.
Through United Nations Su-
pervisors, Israel has been ask-
ing Syria and Egypt to return
or account for 20 Israelis be-
lieved to be prisoners of the two
Arab countries. The detention
of the six seamen was apparent.
ly aimed at strengthening Isra-
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day. The ships and the crew mem-
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waters and released. Israel does
not have any prisoner claims
against Lebanon.
Israel's detention of a number of
Syrian seamen was understood to
have been a factor in the release
last December by Syria of Israelis
held captive for many years.

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