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September 17, 1971 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-17

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The New Year will be observed other- iiierseas and domestic mil home hos-pitility -in local commu-
in Vietnam and-at more_ than, 700 tary. installations, on.army- trans- nities for the holidays.
ports'and Navy vessels on the high
Dresses, long dresses, fun fur
seas; as well- as at VA hospitals. as
FOR- THE REST. IN
coats, suits.
weather coats
MUSIC AND • ENTERTAINMENT • Jeivish military chaplains, civilian
rabbis and military lay leaders'
MON. THRU FRI., 11:00-4:00
officiate at =Rosh Hashana and
26400 Southfield Rd.
YoM
Kippur services. -
His
Orchestra
3 Blks. N. of 1054 Mile Rd.
Alai -
These observances will take
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place through the worldwide"
"Operation_ New Year 5732" ar-
rangements made by the National
Buy or-Lease
Jewish Welfare Board for the
American Jewish military cone-
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gation of enlisted personnel, offi-
cers, careerists, single and mar-
ried men, and hospitalized veter.-
ans, it was announced by Rabbi
Edward T. Sandrow, chairman of
ORDER YOUR 1972
JWB's commission on Jewish chap-
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plaincy.
The three Jewish chaplains in
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Vietnam—Marc A. Abramowitz,
Harold Axelrod and Albert M.
Dimont—wffi officiate at High
Holy Day services for •men in
various sectors of that area.
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Chaplain Herbert A. Yoskowitz,
Jewish chaplain in Korea, ar-
ranged for a pro-Rosh Hashana
service (Selihat) as part of the
observances for Jewish members
of the military and civilian com-
munities of Seoul.
Because of the shortage of full-
time Jewish military chaplains, 15
civilian rabbis have accepted spe-
cial assignments to conduct serv-
ices at Army, Air Force and Navy
bases in the United States, the
Azores and Naples, Italy.
Army men will be led in prayer
by Rabbi Henry Oppenheim at
Fort Bragg,- N. C.; Rabbi Nathan
;Witkin at Fort Polk, La.; Rabbi
Roars: Sun. 12-5
Irving Levey at Fort Campbell,
"Ky.; Rabbi Avram Soltes at Fort
Mon. and Thurs. 9:00-9:00
Jackson, S. C.; Rabbi Gershon
nes., Wed., Fri., Sot. 9 to 6
Feigon at Fort Riley, Kan.; - Rabbi
Leo Hahn at Fort Bliss, Tex.
' and Rabbi Marcus Bryer at. Fort
Huachuca, Ariz.
At the Castle Air Force Base,
Calif., men will be led in prayer
• They sing!
by Rabbi David Greenberg; at
Vandenberg AFB, Calif., by Rabbi
• They dance!
Israel Weisfeld; at Wright-Patter-
son
AFE, Ohio, by Rabbi Aaron
• They entertain!
Lefkowitz; at-the Azores AFB by
Rabbi
Morris. Goodon; at George
Call 962-8000 for availabilities.
AFB, Calif., by Roger Goodman,
and at Edwards AFT, Calif., by
David Resnik.
-
Rabbi Joshua L. Goldberg will
officiate at services for e men at
the U. S. Navy Complex, Naples,
Italy, and.Rabbi Tibor Fabian,
a part-time Jewish chaplain, at
the Camp - Lejeune, N.C., naval ,
station.. - -- -
Torah Scrolls, prayer books,
prayer • shawls, skull caps, ram's,
horns, kosher foods, JeWish - Cal-
endars and inspirational litera-
ture were among the supplies sent
by JWB for High Holy Day serv-
ices at these installations, as well
as for those to - be conducted in
Thailand, Japan, Okinawa, Ger-
many, Greece, Goose Bay (Labra-
dor), Panama, Iceland and Green-
land. Religious materials have alsci
been provided by JWB for U. S.
servicemen on duty at embassies
• Modernization
overseas, for foreign service per-
sonnel and Peace Corps personnel
• Inspection
serving in remote regions of the
In West 'Bloomfield Township
New Installations
world.
High Holy Day gifts and _tradi:
5075 MAPLE RD., Bet. Middlebelt & Inkster Rds.
• Gates
tional Jewish foods were sent to
the USO clubs in Vietnam for the
• Doors
Jewish men using those facilities
• Hanfers
during the holiday period. Ambu-
latory Jewish patients in VA hos-
• Closers
pitals will participate in observ-
ances and others will hear the
services piped into their' wards
over hospital public address sys-
-
tems.'
At some military posts, leave is
being granted to permit men to
travel home for the holidays. .A
number of men will be " offered

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