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October 01, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-01

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Pre-Sukkot Tel Aviv Scene

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, October 1, 1965

May the coming year bring
health, happiness and peace
to all our relatives and
friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Margolis and Family

1

A Happy New Year to .
Our Relatives and Friends!

i Mr. and Mrs. 1
i
Paul A. Tisdale
i
Lawrence Scott
i
and Ronna Stacey
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—JTA Photo—(Copyright)

Scene outside of Tel Aviv main synagogue shows shoppers select-
ing esrogim and lulovim for use during the Sukkot holiday.

The Hebrew Ladies
Aid Society

Siddur Meforash, Splendid Prayerbook
Planned for Young, Suitable for All

wish to extend their best
wishes to all their members,
friends and the entire
Jewish Community for a
Happy and Healthy
New Year

Translations of prayers are vital
to worshiping that requires proper
understanding of the services.
Serious efforts have been made in
recent years to assure the availabil-
ity of suitable siddurim.
A very impressive result of such
efforts is the "Siddur Meforash"-
literally "the explicit prayerbook"
— that is replete with explanations
and with proper translations.
Prepared with explanatory notes
by Rabbi Ralph De Koven, pub-
lished by Ktav (65 Suffolk, NY2),
this prayer book will be found use-
ful by all worshipers. While it
was primarily intended for chil-
dren and for use in schools, it
has so many advantages that adults
will benefit from it as well.
Commencing with a brief ex-
planation of tefilah — of Jewish
prayer — Rabbi De Koven points
out that "it is a way to show our
feelings." He proceeds to indicate

Best Wishes For A Year
Filled With Health,
Happiness and Peace

Dr. and Mrs. Joel I.
Hamburger and Family

21860 Gardner
Oak Park

Best Wishes on the New Year

Mary's Dressmaking
Fashion Shop

17037 HAMILTON
(nr. 6 Mile Rd.)
Highland Park
UN 1-9200

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Greenberg and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cohen and Daughters

19319 Pennington
Detroit, Mich. 48221

i extend best wishes for a

extend best wishes for a
good year to all our
relatives and friends

I happy New Year to all their!
irelatives and friends.

L

Happy New Year To

A Happy Healthy New Year
To All Our Relatives and
Friends

All Our Friends and Customers

Weiss Kosher Poultry
Market

13523 W. 7 Mile Rd.
864-8565

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i

Mr. and Mrs. Max Goose

21731 Gardner, Oak Park

May All Our Relatives and Friends
Be Inscribed in the Book of Life
For A Happy and Healthy New Year

MR. AND MRS. IRVIN COHEN
AND FAMILY

20555 Lahser Rd., Detroit

THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS

of the

HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(Chesed Shel Emes)

26640 Greenfield Road, Oak Park, Michigan

Extend Their Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
to
ALL THEIR MEMBERS, THEIR LADIES AUXILIARY,
SYNAGOGUES, ORGANIZATIONS AND
DETROIT JEWRY

PHILIP LANGWALD—President
LEO B. FURST, HARRY PORTNER—Vice Presidents

ISI DORE SOSNICK—Treasurer
NATHAN P. ROSSEN—Secretary
SAM LEVINE, ABE MILLER, ISADORE SHERR—Trustees
SAMUEL S. PORTN ER—Cemetery Chairman
RABBI ISRAEL I. ROCKOVE—Exec. Director
SAM NELSON—Honorary President

the signs in the prayerbook and
the trope — the musical accents
— and the reasons for prayers.
The translations are splendid
for children, and the book's read-
ability, the large type, the ar-
rangements and the contents are
highly commendable.
Prayers for daily, Sabbath and
holiday services are included. The
prayerbook is traditional in con-
tent. It includes the Pirke Avoth
— the Sayings of the Fathers —
and the Akdamut for Shavuot. All
of the special holiday prayers are
in this prayerbook.
Of special interest is the
"Prayer Dictionary" which com-
mences, unlike the Siddur itself,
from left to right in this volume.
Selected for this prayerbook by
Edith and Oscar Tarcov from
"The Illustrated Book of Jewish
Knowledge," this dictionary
contains all the relevant terms
for an understanding of Jewish
services, basic traditions, holy
days and festivals and symbolism
in Jewish life.
The Siddur Meforash is a note-
worthy accomplishment. Its con-
tents, translations, typography and
all-inclusiveness make it a highly
commendable compilation and ex-
planation of prayers for the young
and their elders.

Choir Ushers In Rosh Hashanah
for Patients at Sinai Hospital

Twenty - eight worshipers at-
tended Rosh Hashanah services
Sunday afternoon at Sinai Hos-
pital in "a service like I've never
seen before," one observer said.
All 28 were ambulatory—in wheel-
chairs or on crutches.
For the special, brief service
held in a conference room. Rabbis
Jacob Segal and Leonard Cahan
of Cong. Adas Shalom officiated.
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel and the
synagogue choir chanted a short-
ened liturgy.
Even the president of Adas
Shalom, Harry Goldberg, deliv-
ered a brief talk. Goldberg
was a patient at the time.
Rabbi David Bakst, who helped
Goldberg organize the service, has
been chaplain at Sinai since it
was built. "We've always had serv-
ices before," he said, "on Shabbos
and the holidays, but I've never
seen one like this before. The

Holy Day Israel
Bond Appeals Set
for Yom Kippur

Most of the Israel Bond High
Holy Day appeals will be held on
Kol Nidre and at Yizkor services
on Yom Kippur.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal will make
the appeal at Adas Shalom, whose
members last year subscribed for a
total of $375,000 in Israel Bonds.
Three nationally known figures
will be among the speakers in the
synagogues.
Yehuda Hellm a n, executive
director of the Conference of
Presidents of Major Jewish Organ-
izations and secretary general of
the World Conference of Jewish
Organizations, will make the appeal
at Young Israel Northwest for Kol
Nidre, at Ahavas Achim for Yizkor
and at Shomrey Emunah.
Ira Hirschmann, who negotiated
the rescue of many Jews from
Romania during World War II and
served as special inspector general
of UNRRA, will speak in the Nus-
baum Hall of Beth Abraham for
Kol Nidre and in the Beth Abraham
Sanctuary on Yom Kippur.
Zvi Kolitz, co-producer of the
play, "The Deputy," and producer
of the Israeli film classic, "Hill 24
Doesn't Answer," will address
worshipers at Shaarey Shomayim
for Kol Nidre and at Beth Aaron
at the Yizkor service on Yom
Kippur.
Rabbi Jack Goldman will speak
on Yom Kippur at Bnai Zion and
Shomrey Emunah. Rabbi Id a x
Kapustin, Wayne State University
Hillel director and David J. Cohen
will address worshipers at Beth
Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah for Kol
Nidre.

patients were crying, it was so
beautiful."
Currently, there is no chapel
at Sinai Hospital, but Dr. Julien
Priver, executive vice president,
said plans for a new addition will
include an inter-faith chapel where
both patients and their families
may worship.

I wish to express
my deepest thanks
and appreciation
to my many friends,
and the clergy who
were so thoughtful and
kind during my
illness, and wish them
a hearty
G'mar Chasimo Tova

Morris Dorn

With Best Wishes
For A Happy and Healthy New Year
To All Our Relatives and Friends

The SHELDON ROTT ORCHESTRA

14001 Oak Park Blvd.

Oak Park, Michigan

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DETROIT AREA
RETAIL KOSHER MEAT
DEALERS ASSOCIA TION

EXTEND GREETINGS TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS FOR A YEAR OF
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS!

Boxman Bros., B. & H.

13515 W. 7 Mile Rd.

UN 4-905 4

Boxman Bros., F. & 0.

15341 W. 7 Mile Rd.

VE 6-914 5

L. Castleman

15740 W. 7 Mile Rd.

BR 3-838 5

Louis Cohen & Son

12939 W. 7 Mile Rd.

M. Cohen & Son

26035 Coolidge, Oak Park

DI 1-160 7
LI 7-4121

Cohen, Zager & Reznick 24760 Coolidge, Oak Park
12212 Dexter
D. Cohen

TO 6-3449

I. Dubin

A. Goldin & Son
Goldin, Kotin & Smith

8420 W. McNichols
20346 W. 7 Mile Rd.

LI 8-6800

UN 2-1746

KE 4-5181

23057 Coolidge, Oak Park

I.!

Goldstein & Eizelman

22153 Coolidge, Oak Pork

LI 7-4122

Gonik's Meat Market

18434 Wyoming

UN 2-5996

Kaplan Bros.

18229 Wyoming

UN 1-4770

E. Klein

7718 W. McNichols

M. Kraus

18417 Wyoming

0. Klaper
H. Lopatin

20449 Schaefer

DI 1-8893

20434 W. 7 Mile Rd.

KE 5-8888

7-3900

DI 1-9381

UN 4-8327

Margolis & Skore

13430 W. 7 Mile Rd.

DI 1-2840

Mirves & Katz

7641 W. McNichols

Morris Meat Market

7134 W. 7 Mile Rd.

UN 4-9583
DI 1-8604

Nathan & Irving

18275 Wyoming

UN 1-7237

N. Reznick

11738 Dexter
7575 W. McNichols

UN 2-8224

TO 8-8118

M. Roth
Rubinstein & Eizelman

25254 Greenfield, Oak Park

Schechter Bros.

18264 Wyoming

UN 3-4305

B. Shaffer
B. Shapiro & J. Felstein

10036 Curtis
24721 Coolidge, Oak Park

UN 1-8090

Singer's Meat Market

13721 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Pork

Vikser & Landau

UN 4-7876

S. Weingart

7336 W. 7 Mile Rd.
14837 W. 7 Mile Rd.

Weinstein & Auster

10036 W. 7 Mile Rd.

UN 3-5134

LI 8-4887

LI 3-8860

LI 7-8111

BR 3-4227

PLEASE NOTE

All members Kosher Meat Dealers will be closed
Yom Kippur Wednesday, October 6.

For Kashruth, quality and service be sure to shop at the
Sign of this Emblem, which denotes membership in the
Association.

You don't have to know your meat when _
you Buy Kosher. You can be sure that
you're receiving the finest meat 52 weeks
of the year.

Only in Kosher do you see
both sides of your meat.

Under the supervision of the Vaad Harabonim of Detroit.
Member of the Jewish Community Council.

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