14—Friday, October 28, 1966
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Chaplaincy Issues Jewish Monthly
for GIs Stationed in South Vietnam
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
NEW YORK—Jewish servicemen
on duty in South Vietnam are now
receiving a new monthly Jewish
paper, according to the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
The Vietnam Jewish Chronicle
is issued by the Jewish Chaplain's
office of the military advisory com-
mand in Vietnam. The first is-
sue featured an explanation of
the High Holy Days.
One issue carried a letter from
the outgoing chaplain's assistant,
Spec. Robert L. Balisol, stating
Clergy Condemns Bias of Soviets at N.J. Rally
OAS Chief Hails Israel
HACKENSACK, N. J. (JTA) — tions.
as 'Kin' of Latin America
Sen. Case stressed the need for
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM—Israel was hailed
Tuesday as "part of the Latin
American family of nations" by
that any servicemen who needs Dr. Jose Mora, secretary-general
JWB supplies such as "tefillin, of the Organization of American
arba kanfas, siddurim or other States. He spoke at a luncheon
tendered in his honor by Abba
seforim," or who is "craving a Eban, Israel's foreign minister.
little gefilte fish or chicken soup,"
Dr. Mora said this relationship
can get them from one of the existed because of Israel's "genu-
three Jewish chaplains in Viet- ine concern" for Latin American
nam—Maj. Ernest B. Iapp of Nha problems. Dr. Mora, currently
Trang; Capt. Alan Greenspan in visiting Israel at the head of an
Saigon and Lt. Robert L. Reoner in OAS delegation also conferred
Da Nang. The JWB is the United with Premier Levi Eshkol on a
States government - accredited number of topics, particularly
agency to serve the religious, agriculture. The delegation laid a
moral, welfare and Jewish educa- wreath on Theodor Herzl's tomb
tional needs of Jewish servicemen. on Mount Herzl.
A Roman Catholic priest, a Pro-
testant minister and two United
States Senators joined here in
condemning the oppressive treat-
ment of Jews in the Soviet Union
at a rally attended by national and
state government officials and a
capacity audience of Bergen Coun-
Among those who addressed the
rally were Senators Clifford P.
Case and Harrison A. Williams,
Msgr. Henry G. J. Beck, pastor of
the Sacred Heart Church in Lynd-
hurst; the Rev. Arthur M. Frie-
berg, president of the Bergen
County Council of Churches; and
Rabbi Joachim Prinz, chairman of
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
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continued protest over the plight
of the Jews in the USSR and said
that protest can be a persuasive
tool for use with a Soviet govern-
ment concerned with world opinion.
Msgr. Beck said that the
Roman Catholic Church is "total-
ly identified" with concern over
the plight of Soviet Jewry. Rev.
Frieberg called anti-Semitism
"an anti-Christian devastating
Rabbi Prinz deplored the sys-
tematic destruction of Jewish ties
with other communities through-
out the world and the severe
limitations on Jewish educational
and cultural institutions within the
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