for the fall semester of the W. Seven Mile Road; B'nai
One of the timeliest and explains the importance of the United Hebrew Schools is now Moshe, 10 Mile Road and Keno- rollment in any UHS school,
most important guides to our Mahzor and proceeds to inter- under way, with classes in the sha, Oak Park; Esther Berman call either the main office, DI
Holy Day prayer books has been pret all of the prayers on Rosh elementary grades to start Branch, 18977 Schaefer; Rose 1-3407, or contact the nearest
written by Rabbi Louis Barish, Hashanah and Yom Kippur. He Sept. 9. Sittig Cohen, 13226 Lawton; and branch.
whose "High Holiday Liturgy," winds up with commentv'es on
Hebrew High School classes the Ten Mile Branch, 15110 W.
The UHS transportation sys-
just published by the Jonathan the Neilah Service and con- and United Jewish High School Ten Mile Road, Oak Park. Af-
tem provides transportation for
David Co. (85
"After we exclaim 'Next 9, with Midrasha, College of Workmen's Circle, 18227 West children from all Jewish areas
2), is an ex-
year in Jerusalem,' the hazan Jewish Studies, scheduled to Seven Mile Road, and Sholem in the city and in suburbs to
ceptiona 11 y
starts a spiritual chanting of begin classes on Sept. 13. Aleichem School, 19350 Green- the closest UHS branch.
the Kaddish. Immediately be-
A new UHS branch is being field '
fore the `Tiskabe of the Kad- opened this semester in the
Parents are urged to enroll
who seek un-
dish, the Shofar is sounded. Livonia area, announced Albert children
now, since classroom
derstanding of .
One long, exultant 'Tekiah,' Elazar, superintendent. T h e space is short in many of the
the prayers. - Dr. Barish
suggests victory in our spiri- school, to meet at the head- branches. Registration will be
This is a uniquely meritorious
tual battle and expresses our quarters of the Livonia Jewish accepted until after the first
work. Dr. Bar i s h originally
happy confidence that God
wrote a brochure for the armed has forgiven and sealed us Congregation, Seven Mile Road week of classes, if space is avail-
and Osmus, will be operated in able. Classes begin Sept. 9. with
forces. "Companion to the for a good New Year."
cooperation with the Livonia beginners' classes starting on
Mahzor," while he was an army
In this spirit, Rabbi Barish Jewish Congregation. Acting Sept. 14.
chaplain 10 years ago. Out of it has dealt exultantly with a sub- principal will be Norman Rut-
has developed this enlarged ject he has covered most ably.
Registration for the High
work that provides the infor-
who has principal
been a United
Jonathan David Co., the Hebrew
Sept. 2 18977
and 3. Schaefer.
mation needed for an apprecia- book's publishers, have an- almost 20 years.
tion of our prayers.
three times a week.
nounced that a study guide, to
Other branches now taking
"High Holiday Liturgy" be used with the book, is avail- enrollments for elementary age
Midrasha registration is from
creates the inspiration that wor- able to purchasers of the book groups are the Adas Shalom, Sept. 8 to 10.
shippers seek during the holiest on request.
Gives you a choice of
7045 Curtis; Beth Aaron, 18000
To meet the graduation re-
period on our calendar. The
them all . . . 400 sailings
quirements and Bar Mitzvah
special value attached to Rabbi Registration in Swing
. . • 100,000 accommo-
Bnai Moshe Transfers
Barish's book is that each
dations. AM Rates. All
children who have reached the
prayer's commentary refers al-
Offices to New Building
age of eight should be enrolled
Dates. All Routes.
The Hebrew, Sunday and
so to the page numbers in the
The first in a series of moves in Hebrew schools.
Answers you r every
prayer books of reform, ortho- nursery schools of Young Israel
to transfer its services and
Special classes for girls are
question about Cruises
dox and conservative—Adler's Center of Oak Woods have set facilities to the Oak Park area
now being offered in most
and Cruise Travel.
"Service of the Synagogue," the period through Wednesday
was completed by Congregation branches of the United Hebrew
Birnbaum's "High Holy Day as registration week.
For your FREE copy,
In accordance with the re- Bnai Moshe with the establish- Schools.
Prayer Book„ and Silverman's
call or write;
quirement of four years school-
There are a • few openings
"High Holiday Prayer Book."
COOK & SON
available for the United He-
Thus Dr. Barish's inter- ing prior to Bar Mitzvah, all Road, corner Kenosha.
1244 Washington Blvd.
pretations of prayers and his
Nathan Welch, the congrega-
analyses of Jewish worship their ninth Birthday by April tion's executive secretary, an- Park. Parents with children
are not single-tracked, but 1, 1960, should attend the He- nounced that he and his office about 31/2-years-old should con-
All Reservations at
tact the Oak Park office, LI
are suitable for worshipers brew school. Sunday school is staff will be on hand on week 8-4747.
Official Published Rates
in all synagogues.
days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to
Bar Mitzvah training.
It is no wonder, therefore,
Daily classes begin on Sept. answer inquires about member-
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that spokesmen for all group- 9. Sunday School classes begin ship, services, Sunday and other
Pressurized - Air-Conditioned
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High Holiday services are
Beginning this week, daily
commending this book.
open to non-members as well and Sabbath services are being
$ 1 4 9.0 0` R.T.
Because it has such immense as members.
held in the Adolph Deutsch
value, the eminent reform
Chapel which seats 120 people.
leader, Dr. Solomon B. Freeof, Shaarey Shornayim Now
"As a matter of fact," he said,
9 11 .00*0.w.
said of the book:
Assigning Holiday Seats
"we have been instructed by
"Chaplain Louis Barish has
The ticket committee of Rabbi Moses Lehrman, Cantor
12149 WOODWARD, DETROIT
beautifully captured the mood Shaarey Shomayim Synagogue, Louis Klein and officers of Bnai
of the prayer book. His com- Oak Park, will take reserva- Moshe extend an invitation to
mentary will be of help to tions for High Holiday seating residents of the Oak Park-
many. Every - worshiper should from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Huntington Woods area to at-
have a copy."
and from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. tend the congregation's services.
FOR THE BEST DEAL
Another eminent scholar, Dr. Sunday through Thursday, an-
Sidney B. Hoenig, Yeshiva Uni- nounces Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman.
ON AMERICA'S HOTTEST CAR
A Story from Israel
versity's director of adult edu-
Cantor Leibele Ritter, bari-
Elias Jacobs, editor-publisher
cation, commended Dr. Barish tone, of New York, will offici-
of the Buffalo Jewish Review,
by saying of this book:
ate at the services, Oct. 2, 3 upon his return from Israel,
"The constant awareness of and 12.
told the story of an American
the development of the Mahzor,
For information on the res-
General Sales Manager
the numerous explanations of ervation of seats, membership, with a lot of luggage. The cur-
the prayers and their meaning Bar Mitzvah classes or nursery,
gered to note that among his
to us today, make this volume call LI 1-9769.
belongings was a TV set.
a wonderful guide. The book
"Don't you know we have no
will serve as a manual of Jew-
In Israel, less of the Jewish
ish thought on many past and holidays are observed than in television in Israel?" he was
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current phases of Jewish life, America—only the first days of
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"I know," he replied, "that's
and it will be most welcome in the holidays being kept.
Between Ford Rd. & Mich. Ave., Dearborn
Jewish Adult Classes."
The distinguished conserva-
tive leader, Dr. Robert Gordis,
Jewish Theological Seminary
BY HENRY LEONARD
professer, stated upon reading
ENROLL YOUR CHILD NOW
"To penetrate to the profound
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For the School Year 1959-60, Beginning Sept. 9th
which reaches its climax on the
High Holy Days, one needs not
merely an understanding of the
meaning of the words, but a
comprehension of the back-
(Affiliate of United Hebrew Schools)
ground of each prayer. Rabbi
Barish's book, 'High Holiday
19350 Greenfield Road
Liturgy,' is a most valuable aid
for devotion and insight on
these great days. He has drawn
upon all the resources of Jewish
wisdom and piety, biblical, tal-
mudic, medieval and modern,
to reveal the nobility, wisdom
and faith that are expressed in
An integrated and comprehensive program for the education
of Jewish children.
our great liturgy. With refresh-
iing clarity and warmth, he
Attendance and instruction according to ages of learners:
discusses the history and mean-
ing of each element of the High
5-6 years — once weekly — 2 hours
Holy Day service. He who will
prepare himself for the High
7-8 years — twice weekly — 4 hours
Holy Days with this manual, or
9-13 years — thrice weekly — 6 hours
even utilize it during the ser-
vices, will emerge enlightened,
stimulated and strengthened in
Qualified Staff, Under the Direction of Moshe Harr
"Oh, by the way dear . • . the Rabbi's coming
his faith in God and in His
provided. For further information and literature,
purposes in the world."
Copr. 1958, Leonard Pritikia
call VE 8-7440.
In his evaluations, Dr. Barish
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