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November 18, 1983 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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Friday, November 18, 1983 59

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S. Jews Urged Not to Turn
Jackson Bid into Race Issue

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HOUSTON (JTA) — A
national Jewish leader has
urged American Jews not to
turn the Presidential cam-
paign of Jesse Jackson into
a black-Jewish confronta-
tion despite "justifiable con-
cern" over Jackson's em-
brace of PLO leader Yasir
Arafat.
Albert Vorspan, vice
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations (UAHC), told the
3,000 delegates attending
its biennial assembly in
Houston that Jackson "will

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probably engage in de-
magoguery and infuriate
us, but his candidacy may
just help to expose the
American people to the real
world and the real condi-
tions of our cities, our
minority families, our
youth, our elderly, our fu-
ture."
The Reform Jewish
leader declared that Jews
should refuse to turn the
Jackson campaign into a
black-Jewish confrontation.
"We and the rest of the re-
sponsible Jewish commun-
ity should repudiate and
condemn the vigilante cam-
paign of the Jewish Defense
League thugs who have an-
nounced they will disrupt
Jackson's political rallies,"
Vorspan declared. He ad-
ded: "Does that mean we
should ignore his views and
his record, especially his
unconscionable theatrical
embrace of Yasir Arafat and
his ties to Arab groups,
which stirred deep and jus-
tifiable concern among
thoughtful Jews? Decidedly
not. Jesse Jackson should be
subjected to tough and
sharp scrutiny, exactly like
all other candidates, and on
issues across the board, not
only on the Middle East.

"To exempt him from
judgment because he is
black would be sup-
remely patronizing. To
seek to deligitimize his
campaign and to hold
him to a separate stan-
dard would be racism.
Jesse is a showman and
an opportunist, but he
has become a symbol of
black aspirations in our
time."

Vorspan compared the
Jackson candidacy to that of
John Kennedy in 1960, in-
sofar as Jesse Jackson chal-
lenges the white monopoly
on the White House, as JFK
did the Protestant
monopoly more than 20
years ago. "In so doing, he
will help achieve a more
open society in which even
the White House will some-
day become an equal oppor-
tunity employer."

Election Results

The local election results
last week included the fol-
lowing:
In Southfield, incumbent
city council member Vicki
Goldbaum received the
most votes to retain her seat
on the council. Challenger
Sidney Lantz finished fifth
in the council race, missing
election by 26 votes out of
nearly 10,000 cast. He is
considering a re-count.
In Oak Park, incum-
bent Mayor Charlotte
Rothstein tallied nearly
2,700 votes to challenger
Norman Goldman's 346. In-
cumbent city council mem-
bers Marshall Disner and
Gerald Naftaly were unop-
posed.
In Mt. Clemens, incum-
bent Mayor Ada Eisenfeld
was elected to a second
term.

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