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meeting was prompted by the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit. Similar
meetings are being requested
around the country by the Na-
tional Jewish Community Re-
lations Advisory Council.
JVVV national commander
Samuel Greenberg has asked
all Americans to wear a red
armband and on Sunday "to
remind of the precious lives
lost during World War II."
Greenberg said the day should
be one of special remembrance
"to reflect upon the gross at-
rocities of World War II and
remember all those who
perished at the hands of the
Nazi war machine.
Before he left for Germany
on Tuesday, President Reagan
was pressured by demonstrat-
ing groups and members of
Congress to cancel the cemet-
ery visit. Holocaust survivors
joined six Congressmen in a
protest outside the White
House.
On Wednesday, the Michi-
gan Senate adopted a resolu-
tion sponsored by Sen. Jack
Faxon (D-Southfield). Last
Friday, the U.S. Senate, in an
overwhelming voice vote,
asked Reagan to reassess his
itinerary. Eighty Senators
signed the resolution before
the voice vote. A similar letter
in the House, signed by 257
Congressmen, was sent to the
West German Bundestag. •
Rep. William Ford (D-
Taylor) criticized the West
German Parliament's defeat
of a resolution urging Chan-
cellor Helmut Kohl to release
President Reagan of his com-
mitment to visit Bitburg as a
"snotty response" to the letter
from Congress.
The resolution was rejected
by all deputies except mem-
bers of the leftist Green Party
which had sponsored it. In a
debate on a "sense of the Con-
gress" resolution calling on
Reagan to reconsider the visit
to Bitburg, Ford said the re-
sponse was an indication of the
"permanent damage" that the
prolonged debate over the
issue could cause to U.S.-
German relations.
Chancellor Kohl's ruling
Christian Democratic Union
and its coalition partners eas-
ily defeated the Green Party
motion to cancel the Bitburg
visit. They also rejected a mo-
tion by the much larger oppo-
sition faction, the Social
Democratic Party, which held
Kohl to blame for the mishan-
dling of Reagan's visit and
consequent damage to West
Germany's image and
German-American relations.
Kohl heatedly defended the

scheduled visit to Bitburg and
insisted that it was justified as
"a gesture of reconciliation
and a recognition of Ger-
many's peaceful policies." Ac-
cording to chief government
spokesman Peter Boenisch,
German-American relations
would be severely damaged if
Reagan were to cancel his visit
to Bitburg.
Before leaving for Germany
Tuesday, President Reagan
told reporters the "final word

Reagan blamed the
controversy on the
media, saying,
"They've gotten hold
of something . . . and
they're going to keep
on chewing it."

has been spoken" about the
cemetery visit, and "I think it
is morally right what I am
doing and I am not going to
change my mind about that."
Vice President George Bush
told a United States Chamber
of Commerce meeting in
Washington that "Ronald Re-
agan has not changed in his
abhorrence of the Holocaust.
He never will. But the time
has come for understanding
and support for the President."
Secretary of State George
Shultz also defended Reagan.
He brushed aside criticism
and predicted that the critics
"in the end may wind up ad-
miring the person who has
stood by his decision." Asked if
Reagan would not pay a politi-
cal price for his decision,
Shultz said, "The political
price would be heavier if he
didn't."
Reagan defended his
planned visit to the Bitburg in
a television interview with re-
porters from six nations par-
ticipating in this week's Bonn
economic summit. He blamed
the controversy on the media,
saying, "they've gotten hold of
something, and like a dog wor-
rying a bone, they're going to
keep on chewing on it."
"I know all the bad things
that happened in that war,"
Reagan said. "I was in uniform
for four years myself. And
again, all of those — you're
asking with reference to
people who are in the cemetery
— were buried there. Well I've
said to some of my friends
about that, all of those in that
cemetery have long since met
the supreme judge of right and
wrong. And whatever
punishment of justice was

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