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August 21, 1959 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-08-21

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Issue New Holy Day

PRAYER BEFORE KOt NIDRE.

(Lord of the universe, Thou hast given us this Clay forr the
renunciation of sin. Humbly we stand in Thy presence, over-
;whelmed with the awareness of our many failures. We cannot
recite them all because they are too many, but we know that we
have often been rash and inconsiderate, rebellious and impatient.
We spoke when we should have been silent, and we were silent
when we should have spoken. We often failed to use our strength
in Thy service and in the service of our fellow-man. We sh''

by Rabbi B. Z. Bokser

Portions

of the new
Mahzor are reproduced
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Rabbi Ben Zion B o k s e r,
whose edited Daily Prayer Book
has earned wide acclaim, con-
tinues his Jewish .liturgical
activities with his newly-edited
Mahzor, "The High Holyday
Prayer Book," which has just
been issued by Hebrew Publish-
ing Co. (77 Delancey, N.Y. 2).
Having had the cooperation
of a committee appointed by
the Rabbinical Assembly of
America and the United Syna-
gogue of America, Rabbi Bok-
ser's new work is marked by
an exceptionally fine transla-
tion. It is a deeply m o v in g
poetic work that is certain to

Synagogue Council Asks
Labor-Management Bond

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
Synagogue Council of America
issued a statement calling for
labor-management cooperation.
"The leadership of both labor
and management have a funda-
mental responsibility to assure
that this achievement of Amer-
ican society be maintained and
strengthened," the statement
stressed.

enhance the services to be par-
ticipated in by those • using this
Prayer Book.
The text is, of course, both in
Hebrew and in English. It is a
well printed book, in clear and
attractive type.
The commentaries are
especially valuable. They
guide the worshiper, they en-
lighten him and they provide
th- explanations he searches
for in his desire to attain an
understanding of the prayers.
Dr. Bokser's introduction is a
scholarly essay of the Holy
Days and the prayers associated
with them. "Both Rosh Hasha-
nah and Yom Kippur deal with
man on the plane of univer-
sality," Rabbi Bokser states.
They "s um m o n man to the
vision that his real life is the
divine image within him, that
the meaning of his life be
measured in the victory he has
achieved in disciplining his
baser self and bending it to
serve his higher purposes."
Reviewing the historical as-
pects of the Mahzor, Rabbi
Bokser discusses the various
traditional commentaries a n d

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Adon olom asher molah, b'terem kol y'tseer nivroh;
L'eys na-asoh v'bef-tso kol, azai rneleb sh'mo nikroh.
V'abarey kiblos hakkol, I'vado yimloh noroh;
V'hu ho-yoh v'hu hoveh; v'hu yee-yeh b'sif-oroh.
V'hu ebod v'eyn sheynee, l'hamsheel lo l'habbeeroh;
B'lee reyshees b'lee sablees; v'lo ho-oz v'ha-misroh.,

states that "the running com-
mentary, whether in Hebrew
or Yiddish, lifted the text from
vagueness and obscurity; it re-
moved possibilities of misunder-
standing."
Various aspects of the liturgy,

the mention of sacrifices and
angels, and other elements are
explained and evaluated.
Rabbi Bokser's "High Holy-
day Prayer Book" is another
great gift to Jewish liturgical
literature.

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JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
annual income of immigrant
families in Israel rises in di-
rect ratio to the length of time
the immigrant family is in this
country, and there is no marked
difference in this respect due
to an immigrant's country of
origin, according to a report is-
sued by the State Bank of
Israel.
The report noted that, in
1957, an average Israeli fam-
ily's income was 2,800 pounds
($1,540), an increase of an av-
erage of 600 Israeli pounds
($330) by comparison with
1955. There was a further av-
erage increase of 400 pounds
($220) by 1958, bringing the
average family's income in 1958
to about 3,200 pounds ($1,760).
According to the report, the
average urban family in Israel
saves about six percent of its
income.

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—TH E DETR OIT JEWIS H NEWS —Fri day, August 21, 1959

Prayer Book Edited

Each Year in Israel
Brings Rise in
Family Income

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