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February 22, 1980 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-22

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Progressive Rabbi Is Ordained in Israel

(Continued from Page 1)
Hebrew University. He
graduated in 1978 with
distinction.
During his studies he

began to practice as rabbi at
the Or Hadash community
— which he first joined upon
his return from the U.S. He
is currently teaching Bible

Ruling Reversed: 3 Nazis
Jailed After Convictions

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Friday, February 22, 1980 5

BONN (JTA) — Three
former Gestapo officials,
sentenced to prison terms
last week for their roles in
the deportation of French
Jews and others during
World War II, were arrested
over the weekend. The
three, Kurt Lischka, Her-
bert Martin-Hagen and
Ernst Heinrichsohn, were
to have remained free pend-
ing the outcome of their ap-
peals.
But the Cologne court
that convicted them on Feb.
12 ordered their arrests. No
explanation was given for
the reversal of presiding
Judge Hieinz Fassbender's
release order after he re-
jected a warrant by the pro-
secutoin last week. The
news that the three war
criminals would remain at-
large during the appeals
process, which could take as
long as a year, touched off
angry demonstrations in
Munich and elsewhere in
Germany and abroad.
Lischka, 70, a former SS
major, Hagen, 66, and
Heinrichsohn, 59, were
jailed on Saturday. They
had been sentenced the
previous Tuesday to 10, 12
and six years respectively.
Demonstrations of
sympathy for Hein-
richsohn continued in the
small Bavarian town of
Buergstadt where he had
been mayor for many
years, resigning only

when his prison sentence
was pronounced. The
townspeople protested
his conviction and pro-
tested again over his ar-
rest. Rumors spread in
Buergstadt that "200
Jews are about to come to
our town."
The West German news
media gave extensive
coverage to the sentencing
of the three.
The liberal daily, Sued-
deutsche Zeitung, pub-
lished in Munich, carried
the headline, "High Jail
Terms at Lischka's Trial."
The paper observed that
"there might be a lot to
criticize on the continuous
provocations of Serge and
Beate Klarsfeld but one
must admit that without
their demonstrations no
Lischka trial would have
taken place." Serge
Klarsfeld, a French Jewish
lawyer, and his non-Jewish
wife, Beate, have been
active for years in attempts
to bring Lischka and other
Nazi war criminals to jus-

tice.

The Central Organiza-
tion of Jews in Western
Germany said the verdict
serves as a juridical and
moral precedent. Heinz
Galinski, chairman of the
Jewish community in West
Berlin, said the trial reaf-
firmed the necessity to go
ahead with the prosecutions,
of Nazi war criminals.

Israel Industrialist Forecasts
Trade With Egypt Promising

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
Israeli industrialist said
that trade with Egypt-and
economic relations with
that country in general are
more promising than origi-
nally anticipated.
According to Naftali
Blumenthal, director gen-
eral of Koor Industries, Is-
rael's largest industrial
concern, it is only necessary
to compare the economies of
Egypt and Israel to see that
they can be made com-
plementary, to the benefit of
both countries.
Blumenthal revealed
that Koor, a Histadrut-
owned enterprise, already
has a working office in
Cairo and has been export-
ing its products to Egypt for
some time through a third
country because an
Israeli-Egyptian trade
agreement has not yet been
concluded.
Koor produces chemi-
cals, foods, electronic
and communications
equipment, cement, con-
struction materials and
other items.

Blumenthal said Egyp-
tian industrialists and
trade leaders are not yet
doing business with Israel

although they appreciate
the opportunities. He
suggested that to encourage
them, Israel should pur-
chase certain Egyptain
goods even if they are not
immediately essential.

Swastika Dauber
Punishment Set

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (JTA)
— An 18-year-old youth
who admitted daubing a
swastika on a home last
May has been given special
punishment by the Onon-
daga County Court.
John M. Ouellette, who
pleaded guilty to third-
degree criminal mischief, a
felony, was sentenced by
Judge William Burke to
attend an exhibit of
"spiritual resistance" art by
concentration camp sur-
vivors at a local museum. In
addition, he must view
"Night and Fog," a film
about the Holocaust, and
write a 500-word essay de-
scribing his feelings after
seeing the film.
The judge has recom-
mended that Ouellette also
be placed on probation for a
number of years, subject to
agreement of the County
Probation Department.

at Hebrew University, and

of kashrut and the spe-
is working on his doctoral cial aura of the Sabbath.
thesis. He is married to "The principles of Re-
Ruthi, a computor planner, form attract me," he said
and they have two children. in a recent interview,
Rabbi Alfred Gottschalk, "but not the way they are
president of the Hebrew implemented in
Union College in America."
Jerusalem, said, "He has
In his response address
distinguished himself both Tuesday he said, "Many are
in the university and at the the trials and tribulations
HUC. In every way he has which we shall still have to
fulfilled our highest expec- face. But, this we do believe,
we shall enjoy the many
tations."
Gottschalk did not fail to times in which we shall
mention the importance of have earned the privilege to
Rotem's ordination in the recite Shehekhiyanu to-
context of religious life in gether: Shehekhiyanu, with
Israel, stressing that al- many more people, and in
though Reform Judaism many, many times."
Presently there are five
was not looking for a con-
frontation, it would also in- more Israelis studying to
sist on the freedom of reli- become Progressive
gious practice.
Judaism rabbis.
The slim, dark-haired
rabbi, wearing a trimmed
beard, in many ways is
not far from the Ord
thodox practice of
Judaism. Unlike the
founders of Reform
Judaism a century ago in
the U.S., who rebelled
against Jewish ritual
tradition, Rotem
cherishes the observance

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