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April 16, 1965 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-16

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Bnai Brith to Sponsor Viscount Edwin Samuel
in Lecture Here on 'The Middle East Scene'

One of the most distinguished
men in world Jewry, Viscount Sam-
uel—who, as Edwin Samuel, was a
leader in pre-Israel Palestine for
many years—will be the guest of
the Bnai Brith Adult Education
Department, under the sponsorship
of Pisgah Lodge and. the other

U.S. and Israel Sign Pact for Power Plant Study

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The The agreement covers adminis-
United States and Israel signed a trative and supervisory arrange-
memorandum last weekend con- meats for a jointly financed study
cerning previously announced ar- at an estimated cost of $340,000,
scene ever since he arrived in Samuel lecture in behalf of the rangements to make a feasibility to be shared equally. Completion
Israel, some 45 years ago.
Bnai Brith Men's and Women's study pertaining to a combination of the study is expected by Oc-
power-desalting plant in Israel. tober, 1965.
Viscount Samuel, who came to Councils.
his title and place in the British
House of Lords following the death
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of his father two years ago, is a
seasoned observer of Israeli life,
and author of delightul stories as
well as serious works on Israel and
the Israelis, and an authority on
public administration as well as a
distinguished militarist. He knows
the field of government from prac-
tical experience as well as from
the theoretical side, having held
numerous administrative posts in
Israel and also having served as
Professor of Public Administration
at the. Hebrew University and
Visiting Professor at the State UM- I
versity of New York.
A world-wide traveler, at home
in Europe, the whole of the British
Commonwealth, Africa, Asia and
the northern hemisphere, Viscount
Samuel has authored several vol-
umes, collections of short stories,
and numerous feature articles for
periodicals in Israel, Great Brit-
ain, United States and elsewhere.
His works include: "A Primer of
Palestine," 1933; "The Children's
Community of Mishmar Ha-Emek,"
1942; "Problems of Government in
the State of Israel." 1956; "The
British Legacy to Israel," 1957;
"How Not to in Israel," 1958; "A
Cottage in Galilee," 1957; "A Coat
-of Many Colors," 1960; "My Friend
Musa," 1963; "The Cucumber
King," 1965.
Robert Israel and Mrs. Rose
Fishkin are co-chairmen of the
committee of arrangements for the

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VISCOUNT SAMUEL
Bnai Brith groups, 8 p.m. April 26.
He will address a public meeting.
at the Labor Zionist Institute on the
subject "The Middle East Scene."
Noted for his sense of humor,
his vitality and dynamism, Lord
Samuel is a highly sought-after
lecturer in many parts of the
world.
The Honorable Edwin Samuel,
C.M.G., the Second Viscount
Samuel, the son of the first Brit-
ish High Commissioner of Pale-
stine, has been a participating
observer of the Middle East



Bonn-Israel Accord Reached in Talks;
Completion of Arms Shipment, Return
of Scientists From Cairo Also Included

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Full agreement
has been reached in talks between
West Germany's special emissary
and Israeli government leaders on
conditions for establishment of
diplomatic relations between the
two countries, it was announced
Wednesday as the emissary, Dr.
Kurt Birrenbach, left for West
Germany.
Under the agrement, West Ger-
many has agreed to complete the
final part of a shipment of several
million dollars in weapons to
Israel but through a third party.
The agreement provides for $40-
million in West German economic
aid to Israel annually. It was also
reported • that the agreement in-
corporates a solution for the prob-
lem of West German scientists
and technicians working on ad-
vanced weapons systems for Presi-
dent Nasser in Egypt. The West
German embassy will be located
in Tel Aviv. Names of ambassa-
dors have not yet been submitted.
The agreement will be present-
ed for ratification to the next
session of the West German
cabinet and to Israel with a joint
communique expected within two
weeks. The 'communique; it was
understood, will avoid any decla-
ration that West Germany will
not send any more arms to Israel
as West Germany had proposed
- before the talks began.
The "third party" formula will
enable West Germany to complete
shipment of the arms to Israel
while still adhering to its stand of
not sending arms to "areas of
tension." That stand was evolved
in the controversy that followed
the disclosure that West Germany
was sending, with U.S. encourage-
ment, a huge supply of arms to
Israel. The disclosure touched off
a diplomatic crisis between Bonn
and Egypt, with the latter country
threatening to break diplomatic
ties with West Germany and to
recognize Communist East Ger-
many. Chancellor Ludwig Erhard
responded with an announcement
March 7 that it would extend diplo
matic recognition to Israel and
sent Dr. Birrenbach to Jerusalem

to negotiate conditions.
- The agreement on- the issue of.
West German scientists in Egypt
provides that while West Germany
will not adopt legislation against
the scientists it will take steps to
ensure their return and to keep
additional scientists from accept-
ing contracts for such work in
Egypt.
Dr. Birrenbach said before
boarding a plane for West Ger-
many that the talks were held
in a most cordial atmosphere
and that the negotiators "made
efforts to solve problems on the
basis of mutual understanding."
He added that "what happens
next depends on direct talks be-
tween the Israeli and West Ger-
man governments which will
have to decide whether to accept
or reject the conclusions of the
talks here."
He refused to answer press ques-
tions about details of the talks
but did say that West Germany
and other European countries
could help Israel greatly in de-
veloping its southern Negev area,
actually the industrialization of the
area and of Israel as a whole.
Asked if he planned to return to
Israel, he said he might return
next fall or spring but that it
would be with his family and as
a private tourist.

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Matzo Baking Ceremony
Observed at Goodman's

NEW YORK — Under the guid-
ance of Rabbi Mendel Chodrow and
Rabbi Alter Silverman, prominent
rabbis were led through the matzo-
baking facilities of A. Goodman
and Sons, Inc. and took part in the
various steps of baking matzoth at
annual Shmurah ceremony.
With each succeeding step in
the baking of the matzo, which, ac-
cording to the tradition, must not
exceed 18 minutes from the start
to the finish, the rabbis observed
to the final step of packaging the
especially labeled cartons. Every-
thing in the process is completely
mechanical.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 16, 1965-5



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