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September 03, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWB, Chaplains Prepare for High Holidays

NEW YORK — Jews in
the U.S. armed forces, their
families around the world
and patients in Veterans
Administration hospitals
will mark Rosh Hashana
and Yom Kippur with help
from the Jewish chaplains

and JWB's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy.
The announcement was
made by Rabbi Herschel
Schacter, chairman, JWB
ComMission on Jewish
Chaplaincy.
"Since there are only 45
full-time Jewish military
chaplains on active duty
with American forces and
11 more at Veterans Ad-
ministration hospitals,"
Rabbi Schacter said, "the
JWB Commission will help
mobilize 246 civilian and

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reserve rabbis as well as 172
lay leaders to conduct Rosh
Hashana and Yom Kippur
services at every base where
Jews serve.
In accordance with the
tradition of full support
to the field, the JWB
Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy will provide
JWB calendars 1982-
1983, inspirational litera-
ture, Selihot (penitential
prayers) cassettes, and,
as needed, ram's horns
(shofrot), prayer shawls
and skull caps.
The first of the services
will occur on the island of
Guam in the South Pacific,
just east of the Interna-
tional Date Line. Since
services follow the sun,
Pearl Harbor in Hawaii will
be the last base to sound the
shofar blast trumpeting the
end of the High Holy Days.
The full-time and part-
time Jewish chaplains
covering the VA hospitals
have made plans to provid?
religious services for all
hospitalized veterans.
Ambulatory patients will be
provided the opportunity to
attend services in the hospi-
tal chapels and bed-ridden
patients will receive special
coverage by the chaplains.
"Break-the-fast" suppers
for military personnel and
VA patients arranged by
the chaplains will mark the
conclusion of Yom Kippur.
All of the U.S. services
encourage liberal leave
and pass policies for
Jewish personnel and in

Former Nazi
to Get Hearing

TORONTO (JTA) — A
former SS corps comman-
dant, Albert Helmut Rauca,
remains in jail on his own
volition despite a decision of
a three-judge Canadian
Federal Court of Appeals
which rejected an applica-
tion for a reversal of a lower
court decision which would
have released him on
$150,000 bail for an extrad-
ition hearing here Sept. 20.
Officials said Rauca re-
fused to use the earlier deci-
sion, by Justice Wilson Grif-
fiths, which would have
allowed him to go free on
bail, because he was afraid
to leave jail. Rauca was ar-
rested here June 17 for al-
legedly taking part in the
wartime slaughter of 10,500
Jews in the Kovnb ghetto in
Lithuania. He was arrested
at the request of the West
German government, which
wants him extradited to be
tried on the mass murder
charge.
Justices John Uris, Dar-
rel Heald and G.S. Cowan,
in upholding Justice Grif-
fiths' decision to allow
Rauca to be free on bail
pending the deportation
hearing, ruled there was
"no evidence" that Rauca
"poses a menace to the pub-
lic" and that "sufficient
safeguards may be built in
to ensure his appearance" at
the Sept. 20 hearing.

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many instances, service
men and women who
cannot get home for the
holidays are invited to
share "home hospitality"
of Jewish families in the
locale where they are
stationed. Frequently,
single men and women
are guests of Jewish mili-
tary families on their
bases.
Local Jewish communal
organizations cooperate
fully in holiday planning for
service personnel with the
Jewish chaplains, the JWB
Chaplaincy Commission
and JWB's Women's Organ-
izations' Services.

* * *

Services at Sea

NEW YORK — Navy
Chaplain (Cdr.) Bernard
Frankel, who has just been
assigned to the carrier USS
Enterprise, will conduct
High Holy Day services at
sea, according to word re-
-TIATB commis-
sion on Jewish Chaplaincy.
"This is the first time a
Jewish chaplain has been
assigned aboard a ship for a
full tour of sea duty (usually
30 months)," Frankel wrote
JWB.
"I will be conducting High
Holy Day services for both
Rosh Hashana and Yom
Kippur at sea at the begin-
ning of what will be a 7r/2-
month deployment to the
western Pacific and Indian
Oceans."

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CONGREGF R IMDSTH O AAI NU NTOM.AYTAH

HIGH HOLIDAY
SERVICES

with our Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig

AND CANTOR SEYMOUR GREENSTEIN

Rosh Hashonah: September 11,-18, 19, 1982
Yom Kippur: September 26, 27, 1982
1982
5743

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