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November 08, 1985 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 8, 1985

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humously awarded the Bronze
Star for Valor for protecting
three men from death.
Dennis Greenwald was the
first boy from Southfield to die
in Vietnam. The local media
picked up the story and ran
with it. For a while, the Green-
walds worked out their pain and
anger in this limelight.
They donated funds to outfit a
room at the Southfield Library.
An oil portrait of their son
hangs in the quiet study room.
With their surviving son and
daughter, they created the land-
scaped island memorial in front
of the library.
The Greenwalds started a
Jewish War Veterans post in
Dennis' name and Mrs. Green-
wald was quite active in the
Jewish War Veterans Ladies
Auxiliary. She even initiated a
Kool-Aid campaign, sending
Kool-Aid overseas to soldiers
"because Dennis had written

how awful the water tasted."
Today, almost 20 years later,
the Greenwalds still hurt. "A
Jewish parent never expects a
child to go before him," Mrs.
Greenwald says. "We always try
to picture Dennis as he would be
today. We go to the cemetery of-
ten. We never miss his birthday.
I've tried to block my mind to a
lot of what happened, but the
hurt is constant."

he Jewish experience in
Vietnam — no better, no
worse — is just as per-
sonally painful and as
universally misun-
derstood as the non-Jewish Vie-
tnam experience. Today, almost
20 years after the first Ameri-
can left for Vietnam, veterans
are urged to come out of the
shadows, to unburden and share
their stories with an American
public willing to finally offer
them their long-awaited olive
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New York (JTA) — A mass
rally in front of the United Na-
tions and a conference inside the
UN Sunday will mark the tenth
anniversary of the UN General
Assembly resolution equating
Zionism with racism.
At a press conference at the
Israeli UN Mission last week,
Binyamin Netanuyahu, Israeli
Ambassador to the UN, said
that the "target is to reverse
this infamous resolution by the
end of the decade." He charged
that the United Nations has be-
come an international crossroad
"propagating anti-Semitism on a
global scale as anti-Zionism."
Kenneth Bialkin, chairman of
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organ-
izations, said the conference is a
joint effort of the American
Jewish community and the Is-
rael UN mission. He said the
conference will be co-chaired by
Jeane Kirkpatrick, former U.S.

Ambassador to the UN, Sen.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
(D-NY) also a former U.S. Am-
bassador of the UN; Netanyahu,
and himself.
Other speakers at the confer-
ence will be Vernon Walters,
the present American Ambas-
sador to the UN; Rep. Jack
Kemp (R-NY); Bayard Rustin,
the black civil rights leader; and
the Rev. Bejamin Nunes, former
Costa Rican Ambassador to Is-
rael and former Costa Rican
Ambassador to the UN. More
than 1,000 leaders from Jewish,
Christian and civil and human
rights organizations are ex-
pected to attend the conference.
Meanwhile, members of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit
have begun a petition drive cal-
ling on the UN to rescind the
controversial resolution. To ob-
tain petitions or for further in-
formation, contact the ZOD,
569-1515.

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