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May 12, 1967 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-12

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Boston 'Conscience Parley'
Split on Govt. School Aid

Israel s New UN Ambassador

BOSTON (JTA) — The extent of
agreement in sectional groups at
the two-day inter-faith conference
on the Role of Conscience in Social
Reform ranged at the concluding
Session Monday from almost com-
plete consensus in the discussion
Of racial justice to almost complete
disagreement in the section on
government aid to religious educa-
tion.
The 48 Protestant, 58 Catholic.
54 Jewish and five Eastern Ortho-
dox representatives, ho we v e r,
were enough in agreement on the
war in Vietnam to develop a state-
ment on it to be used to "chalk
lenge the consciences" of citizens
both in and out of the nation's
Churches and synagogues.

matic resident here, in a variety
of posts, all connected with Israel's
activities. He attended most of the
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. — Is-
racy: new man at the UN is. at General Assembly sessions in UN
very old hand at the UN, history, in 1956-57, when Israel's

By SAUL CARSON

JTA Correspondent in the UN
(Copyright, 1967, JTA, Inc.)



At the same time, they dis-
claimed speaking for their spon-
soring organizations — the Pro-
testant Na t i o n a 1 Council of
Churches, the Roman Catholic
Bishops' Committee on Interre-
iigious Affairs and the Jewish
Synagogue Council of America
(SCA).
The Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America and the
Rabbinical Council of America,
the two major Orthodox synagogue
and rabbinical groups, which are
members of the SCA, are boycott-
ing the conference.

The temple of our purest thoughts
is—silence!
—Mrs. Hale.

s/s Shalom
to Israel
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Simultaneously t h e Jewish
population in the newer areas of
settlement should increase by
1971 by about 13.000 persons,
reaching a total of 90,000. Some
of the old areas of Jewish settle-
ment in the city, he noted, are
becoming the center of more per-
sons of Italian origin, and Italian-
Canadians will exceed the num-
ber of Jews in the Montreal
population by 1971.

"The homes vacated by Jews
formerly living in the old areas
of Jewish settlement," he re-
ported, "are now occupied by in-
migrants of Greek, Hungarian,
Italian. Polish and other ethnic
origins; and the Jewish population
living in the old area of Jewish

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Jewish institutions such as the
Jewish schools, synagogues, li-
brary, neighborhood house, Jew-
ish Immigrant Aid Se r vice,
Y.11.11.A. and Jewish Home for
the Aged have already moved out
of this area to the newer Jewish

residential areas."

The vignettes of Felix Mendels-
sohn Bartholdy and of Emile Zola,
the covers for outstanding thea-
trical. the graphic techniques of
Beardsley. combine to make these
two books stand out among the
great works in art.
The first volume is entitled "The
Early Work of Aubrey Beardsley.
The second is "The Later Work of
Aubrey Beardsley. He was 26 when
he died. and the immense amount of
his artistic creations — there are
more than 300 reproduced in these
two volumes—four in color—point
decisively to the genius of the
artist.

Art lovers will delight in the col-
lected works of Aubrey Beardsley,
published in two volumes by Dover
Publications (180 Varick, NY14).
The reproductions of the outstand-
ing works of this eminent artist
(1872-1898), together with the 15-
page biographical sketch, provide
material for a deep understanding
of the high quality of this artist's
creations.
The drawings. vignettes. illustra-
tions of important theatrical and
historical events, re-introduce a
great artist's evaluations of the
world of his time.

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older than Israel's membership in major problems here revolved
old
around efforts to solve the Suez-
the world organization—older, in- Sinai crisis, Rafael was Eban's aid
deed, than Israel's present state. in negotiations with the late Sec-
Ile is Gideon Ratael, Israel's rov- retary-General Dag Hammerskjold
ing ambassador for the last year- and the late U.S. Secretary of
and-a-half since Foreign Minister State John Foster Dulles.
Abba Eban created that new post
• •
—a position Rafael continues to
hold even while heading Israel's
Meanwhile, he was Israel's Am-
.mission to the UN.
bassador to Belgium and Luxem-
There isn't a thing Abassador bourg; Israel's first representative
Rafael doesn't know about Israel- to the European Economic Com-
Arab relations in general, or about munity; deputy director-general of
Israel's position at the United the Israel Foreign Ministry; head
Nations, or about the UN as a of Israel's delegation to the Con-
whole. For he has been around ference on the Law of the Sea;
here very often since June, 1947, Israel's representative at the Euro-
when the late Moshe Sharett, then pean Office of the UN at Geneva;
head of the Jewish Agency's dele- representative on the 18-nation
gation to the UN, appointed young Disarmament Committee. He ac-
Gideon Rafael as the agency's companied Eban to the latter's pre-
liaison officer with the United Na- cedental conferences with Poland's
tions Special Committee on Pales- top foreign affairs officials in War-
tine, the unit then seeking a solu- saw; headed special Israel mis-
tion to the Palestine problem. sions to countries in Africa. Latin
Later that year, Rafael aided America, Asia, Europe and North
Sharett in the arduous days before America; wound up his more re-
the UN passed its Palestine Parti- cent peregrinations, just before he
tion plan, thus favoring the es- came here for the new job, with
tablishment of a Jewish State in conferences lasting 10 days with
the Soviet Union's top foreign af-
Palestine.
• *
fairs officials, including Moscow's
Born in Berlin, where he ob- deputy foreign minister, in the
tained his degrees in law and eco- Soviet capital.
nomics at Berlin University, he
A quiet, soft-spoken man, Rafael
came to Palestine in 1934 and, for knows and is known to every per-
10 years, worked as a member of manent representative here, and
a kibutz, thus learning in prac- every leading member of the UN
tice about the growing Jewish Secretariat from General-Secretary
settlement's affairs and problems. U Thant down. This is no neophyte
In 1945 and 1946 he was with the whom Eban has now sent to suc-
political department of the Jewish ceed in the post virtually created
Agency in charge of preparations here by Eban himself, There is
of the Jewish case before the Nu- no doubt that much will be heard
remberg War Crimes Trials.
from Rafael here in the near fu-
After working with Sharett on ture. He entered his new position
the Palestine Partition issue, and with a background of vast experi-
after Israel was admitted to the ence, know-how and skill. With the
UN in 1949, he was sent to New exception of some of the more
York to assist Abba Eban, then intransigent Arabs, he has been
Israel's permanent representative wished well by all the United
here. As counsellor to the Israel Nations.
delegation, later as alternate per-
manent representative, he was a
member of Israel's delegation here
until 1953.
• • •
Ile represented Israel on the
Palestine Conciliation Commission
MONTREAL (JTA)—The Jewish
in 1950-51. Overall UN recogni- population of metropolitan Mon-
tion of his diplomatic talents came treal. which was shown in the
in 1950 when, as the UN sought 1961 Canadian census to he 102,-
a solution to the war in Korea, he 726, is expected to rise to about
was elected rapporteur of the 120.000 by 1971, according to esti-
United Nations Peace Observation mates made by Louis Rosenberg,
Commission. Since then, he has research director for the Canadian
been virtually a permanent diplo- Jewish Congress.
At the same time the geographi-
cal distribution of Jews in the
area will undergo further changes,
Rosenberg reported in the latest
of a series of research papers. Ile
predicted, on the basis of geo-
graphical residence changes of
Jews living in this city, during the
last two decades, that the Jewish
population in the old areas of Jew-
ish settlement will continue to fall.
decreasing by about 5,000 by 1971.

Friday, May 12, 1967-21

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