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May 18, 1984 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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THE DETROITJEWISH NEWS

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Baptists hear rabbi's
words from Reagan

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New York (JTA) —
When President Reagan
addressed the "Baptist
Fundamentalism '84" con-
vention last month in
Washington, he said he
"wanted to do something
eviifferent."
Addressing
approx-
imately 20,000 Christians,
headed by Rev. Jerry Fal-
well, Reagan spent the re-
mainder of his time reading
an article stressing the im-
portance of America as a na-
tion based on pluralism,
where citizens could take
pride in their particular
religions, and yet work to-
gether "when the time came
to help others, to comfort
and to ease pain."
The Office of the Fleet
Chaplain Commander of
the Sixth Fleet reported
that the words were from an
article written by Rabbi
Arnold Resnicoff, the Navy
chaplain who was present in
Beirut at the time of the
truck bomb attack on U.S.
Marines last Oct. 23.
Resnicoff, part of a
three-man Jewish-Catholic
Protestant chaplain team
on the staff on the Sixth
Fleet Commander, had ar-
rived in Beirut days earlier

to lead memorial services
for a Jewish Marine killed
by sniper fire. On the morn-
ing of Oct. 23, he, along with
Father George Puciarelli, a
Catholic Navy chaplain,
was among the first on the
scene to begin rescuing and
comforting the wounded.

Vote switch
on foreign aid

Congressional observers
told The Jewish News that
last week's House vote on
the Foreign Aid Authoriza-
tion bill included some vote
switching because aid to Is-
rael was included in the bill.
Rep. William Broomfield
(R-Birmingham), ranking
Republican on the Foreign
Affairs Committee, intro-
duced a Reagan
Administration-backed
amendment giving military
aid to El Salvador. Many
pro-Israel Democrats,
therefore, voted against the
entire bill.
Rep. Howard Wolpe (D-
Lansing) was opposed to the
aid for El Salvador, but
voted for the bill because he
did not want to block the aid
for Israel.

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