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May 14, 1965 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-14

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West Germany, Israel Close Deal on Relations

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM—An exchange of
notes establishing diplomatic rela-
tions between West Germany and
Israel was announced in a joint
communique Thursday.
Text of the note and the contents
of an exchange of letters between
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and
Premier Levi Eshkol also were
published. The communique was
brief, and the letters referred
to the background of the formaliza-
tion of relations.
No candidate has yet been
chosen for the post of Israel's first
ambassador to West Germany. It
was assumed that this matter
would be taken up by Premier
Eshkol and Mrs. Golda Meir, Is-
rael's foreign minister, within two
Dr. Felix Shinnar, head of the
Israel mission in Cologne, is wind-
g up his affairs in that post and
eturning to Israel next week. Ad-
ditional talks regarding West Ger-
man economic aid to Israel will be
resumed later through regular
diplomatic channels.
Meanwhile, it was learned,
Iraq has broken off relations
with West Germany in retalia-
tion for the diplomatic recogni-
tion of Israel.
The official announcement from
Baghdad said the action was being
taken in accordance with a deci-
sion reached by the Arab Council
of Foreign Ministers at a meeting
earlier this year.
Eight of the Council's members
were expected to follow suit. These
are the United Arab Republic,
Saudi Arabia, Syria, Lebanon, Jor-
dan, Algeria, Yemen and the Su-
Tunisia, Morocco and Libya
were expected to maintain rela-
tions with Bonn, but might recall
their ambassadors, leaving their
embassies in the charge of officers
of lower rank than ambassador.
Israel's cabinet approved the

formulation of the exchange of feeling that further delay in the
letters with West Germany at an issuance of the joint communique
extraordinary meeting Monday.
might be harmful.
The cabinet's special meeting
was attended by Brig. Gen. Yitzhak
Rabin, Israel's chief of staff, and
Deputy Defense Minister Shimon
Peres. Their joining the meeting
was seen here as indicating that
one of the remaining disputes with
Bonn may have concerned a sec-
tion of the joint agreement deal-
ing with Israel's security.
The meeeting had before it a
note from the Bonn government,
declining to accept some proposed
Israeli charges in the formal docu-
ments. There were direct contacts
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Goldberg Honored
at UN Center Fete

NEW YORK—"All men of good
will should endorse and support
the adoption by the United Nations
of the draft declaration on the
elimination of religious intoler-
ance," said Supreme Court Justice
Arthur J. Goldberg in his address
to the inaugural dinner of the Jew-
ish Center for the United Nations.
Speaking before a distinguished

audience of Ambassadors to the
United Nations, government offi-
cials and clergy of many faiths as
well as prominent Jewish lead-
ers, Justice Goldberg said that
"adoption of this convention is,
in my view, particularly important
because of the -unhappy fact that
religious discrimination exists in
many parts of the world."
Calling attention to the discri-
mination against Jews in the So-
viet Union, Justice Goldberg
urged the creation of a neutral
fact-finding commission under the

aegis of the United Nations which
"might well destroy much discri-
mination by exposing it to the


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cold light of world public

Coming as a complete surprise
Justice Goldberg was the an-
ouncement of the creation of

the Arthur J. Goldberg Library

at the Jewish Center for the
United Nations dedicated to the
theme of Judaism and world
peace. Chief sponsors and patrons
for the new Library are Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Hassan of Wash-
ington, D.C., who are also among
the national sponsors of the

Center. Mr. and Mrs. Hassan pre-
sented Justice and Mrs. Goldberg
with an illuminated scroll en-
cased in a design of the proposed
building to be erected at 221 E.
51st St., New York.

More experts originate in De-

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cording to the U. S. Department of

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Italy. These clinics will continue to be supported with the
$5,100,000 raised in the Allied Jewish Campaign. Your
generous contributions. American Savings would like
to take this opportunity to salute a job well done .


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