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April 02, 1976 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-02

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2$ April 2, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Historian Says U.S. Will See a Jewish Vice President

NEW ORLEANS, La. —
A prominent American
Jewish historian and rabbi
predicted that, on the basis
of historic trends, the
United States will have a
Jewish vice presidential can-
didate within the next 25
years.
- Speaking at the 1976
Biennial Convention of the
National Jewish Welfare
Board at the Fairmont Ho-
tel in New Orleans, Rear
Admiral Bertram W. Korn,
Chaplain Corps, U.S. Naval
Reserve, said, "Two Jews
serving as U.S. Senators in
the period before the Civil
War, followed by two Jews
serving at the same time on
the U.S. Supreme Court
prior to World War II, and
two Jews serving, simulta-
neously in the President's
Cabinet during the Kennedy
Administration, foresha-
dow the ultimate political

achievement of equality of
Jews.
"None of these offices was
achieved because the man
was a Jew, but because each
had ability and talent the
nation needed desperately.
Unless some severe political
upheaval occurs in the near
future, one of our parties,
probably the Republicans,
will nominate a Jew for the
office of vice president."
Admiral Korn is the first
Jewish chaplain in Ameri-
ca's 200-year history to
reach two-star rank in any
branch of the U.S. Armed
Forces.
At the same time, a noted
Jewish scholar and educator
has challenged Jews and
Judaism to make a contri-
bution to American civiliza-
tion in the years ahead.
Rabbi Emanuel Rack-
man, spiritual leader of the
Fifth Avenue Synagogue of

MK Tamir Predicts U.S. Will
Increase Pressure on Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Shmuel Tamir, a member of
Israel's Knesset and chair-
man of the Free Center
Party, a faction of Likud,
said that "Israel's arm is
going to be twisted," by the
United States and predicted
thit American pressure on
Israel will increase in
months to come.
Tamir made this assess-
ment following a week-long
meeting in Washington
with top U.S. officials, at a
luncheon .sponsored by the
New York Regional Board
of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith. Ac-
cording to Tamir, the mood
in Congress is running
against Israel, though he
said, "Capitol Hill is still
friendly to Israel."
He said that Israel has to
"pursue and convince" Con-
gress now for things that
were taken for granted in
the past. This change in
Congress, Tamir noted, is
due to the new generation of
young Congressmen who do
not have "the Holocaust
guilt feeling" and who take
a "rational attitude" toward
issues such as the "oil cri-
sis."
Tamir warned that the
new American initiative to
end the state of belliger-
ency between Israel and
the Arabs — replacing the
aim of full peace as the
next step for a Mideast so-
lution — will result in _"a
unilateral Israeli with-
drawal in a short time"
with no Arab concessions.
The Israeli MK, said that
no official in Washington
could explain to him what
non-belligerency means.
"This is a vague, meaning-
less term," Tamir said, add,
ing that giving up the aim of
full peace in the Mideast "is
the greatest mistake in the
last 28 years."
To achieve peace in the
Mideast, Tamir said, Israel

will have to make territorial
concessions. He added, how-
ever, that Israelis are as far
from peace today as they
ever were.

New York and' professor of
Jewish studies, City Univer-
sity of New York, said:
"In the 18th Century —
in 1776 and 1776 and prior
thereto —'it was Judaism,
not Jews, that had great
influence on American life
and thought. In the 20th
Century, it was Jews,

rather than Judaism, that
had the input.
"A significant challenge
to Jews in the third century
of our nation's history is
whether Jews and their Ju-

Wiesenthal Baiter
Is Found Guilty

BONN — An ultra-right
wing German radical leader'
named Roeder, who claimed
that Auschwitz never ex-
isted and that Nazi-hunter
Simon Wiesenthal had
never been in a concentra-
tion camp, has been sent-
enced to seven months in
prison for slander and
"racial incitement."
The sentence was then
suspended for three years,
but Roeder could be jailed
during that period if he is-
sues slanderous statements.
Roeder was also ordered to
pay DM 3,000 to the Red
Cross and also pay the trial
costs.
Roeder's supporters cursed
and spit at Wiesenthal last
fall after Wiesenthal testi-
fied at the trial.

N

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