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June 27, 1986 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-27

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to the status" at which it had
►been operating for 39 years.
A rabbinicalsource said that
the Armed Forces Chaplains
►Board, a subsidiary of the
Defense Department, recognizes
„each of the three rabbinical
groups as endorsing agents.
,Any one of the three may en-
dorse a rabbinical candidate for
othe military chaplaincy.
The source added that the
custom has been that one rab-
binical group will present a can-
'clidate for the military chaplain-
cy to representatives of the
three rabbinical groups and
that, absent dissent by any rab-
binical representative, the
nomination is approved by
consensus.
► Solomon said that in recent
years, the chaplaincy commis-
- sion member of the group to
which the chaplaincy applicant
Kelonged was usually a member
of the same group.
Rabbi Glaser said also that it
was his understanding that the
CCAR member of the chaplain-
_ cy commission could endorse a
Reform rabbi for the chaplaincy
which had been the procedure
followed with Rabbi Schwartz.

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