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April 30, 1965 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-30

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Last Communique on Bonn-Israel Relations on Horizon

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Official sources.
indicated Wednesday that issuance
of a Israeli - West German com-
munique establishing diplomatic
relations between the two coun-
tries was only a matter of days.
Israel's reply to West Germany's
proposals for the text of the corn-
* *

Restitution Group Gives
$40 Million for DPs

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK—The annual meet-
ing of the Jewish Restitution Suc-
cessor Organization Tuesday high-
lighted the fact that it had distri-
buted over $40,000,000 for world-
wide programs conducted for the
benefit of Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution since the start of op-
rations some 16 years ago.
Maurice M. Boukste in was
elected president of the JRSO for
the coming year, and Monroe
Goldwater, chairman of the execu-
tive committee. Other officers
elected included Jacob Blaustein,
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Dr. Isaac
Lewin, Hermann Simon and Ed-
ward M. Warburg, vice-presidents;
David Glickman and Shad Polier,
co-treasurers; and Saul Kagan,
secretary.

munique will be handed to West
German officials Monday.
According to the Bonn corre-
spondents of Maariv, Rolf Pauls,
a foreign ministry official who ac-
companied Dr. Kurt Birrenbach to
Israel, was the likeliest nominee
for the post of West Germany's
first ambassador to Israel. Dr. Bir-
renbach served as Chancellor Lud-
wig Erhard's special emissary in
negotiating terms of the diplomatic
recognition during three trips to
Israel.
Full agreement on all "material"
portions of the diplomatic exchange
agreement was reached by the for-
eign ministries of West Germany
and Israel, the Bonn government's
official spokesman said in Bonn
Tuesday.

He declared that only some
minor points remain to be worked
out, and revealed that a meeting
dealing with those points was held
at Cologne Tuesday between repre-
sentatives of the German foreign
office and members of Israel's
mission in Cologne.

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* * *
Jewish Agency Hears
Report on Reparations

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann reproted Tuesday
to the - Jewish Agency executive
plenary on negotiations with West
Germany for reparations for Jew-
ish victims of Nazism who were un-
able to file claims before the
October 1953 deadline because they
were trapped in Iron Curtain
countries.
Dr. Goldmann stressed the ur-
gency of getting enabling legislation
through the West German Parlia-
ment promptly to avoid another
year's delay in claims totaling
hundreds of millions of dollars. He
also reported on the situation of
Soviet Jewry.

* * *
Sobibor Nazis Facing
Trial for 250,000 Deaths

BONN (JTA)—The trial of 12
former Nazis, charged with mur-
dering Jews in the Sobibor .death
camp in occupied Poland, will
begin next September in Hagen,
• was announced here. Some
50,000 Jewish victims were mur-
ered in the Sobibor camp, which
was located near Lublin.
Eleven of the defendants be-
longed to Hitler's Elite Guard,
the SS, and the twelfth is a former
Nazi policeman. The court will
call 34 witnesses from West Ger-
many, Israel and the United States
during the trial, which is ex-
pected to last several months.

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