the services, various organizations and institutions have made arrangements to afford opportunities to worship.
The Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies announces that through its ninety-one affiliated organizations services will be held for the aged, the ill, the orphaned and the crippled.
Patients at Mount Sinai Hospital, Beth Israel Hospital, Montefiore Hospital for Chronic Diseases and the Hospital for Joint Diseases will hear special services in the company of members of the staffs, relatives and friends in the hospital synagogues. Microphone and radio installations have been made for the bed-ridden.
Jewish immigrants and deportees detained at Ellis Island will worship under the auspices of the HIAS by permission of Immigration Commissioner Rudolph Roemer. Similar services for homeless immigrants will be held at the HIAS building, 425 Lafayette street.
Arrangements have meen made with steamship companies whereby Jews arriving on ships tomorrow will be enabled to remain aboard to observe Yom Kippur. HIAS pier representatives will be at the service of travelers upon expiration of the Holy Day.
Seventeen hundred persons, including soldiers and sailors on leave in New York and a number of German refugees will attend services in the Kaufman Auditorium of the Y. M. H. A., Lexington avenue and Ninety-second street.
Men and women ranging in age from sixty to ninety-six will participate in services at the Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews, 121 West 105th street.
Throughout the city, appeals for stricken Jews and impoverished institutions will be made from the pulpit tomorrow. The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations has asked its member rabbis to plead for aid for the United Jewish Appeal and a number of Yeshivas.