6-Year-Olds to Learn
Young Israel of Oak-Woods an-
nounces registration for the fall
term of its primary class, for chil-
dren age 6.
Meeting Sundays from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m., the class includes Bible
stories, Hebrew language, laws and
customs, singing, dancing, prayers
and blessings and related art work.
Naomi Engel is the instructor.
For information, call the Young
Israel school office, 545-0074, or
the synagogue office, 398-1177.
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Temple Israel to Install Rabbi Loss;
Plans Traditional Selihot Service
Temple Israel will open the sea- for newly married couples
ans for a co uple e and
son with two special religious serv- beginning p
gram; and ummer ved on the
ices, Sept. 10 and 11, in its sane- proff
I staff of the s has serconclave
the Michigan State Temple Youth.
At Sabbath services next Friday
Rabbi Berman, who has been
night, the congregation's new
with his congregation for 35
rabbi, Rabbi Harold Loss, will be
years, was ordained from the
installed in his first pulpit.
New York campus of HUC-JIR
Rabbi Loss, a June graduate
and received an honorary doc-
of the Hebrew Union College-
torate from that institution in
1958. He is an associate pro-
fessor on the faculty of St.
of Religion, as-
Peters College and serves as
sumed duties at
treasurer of the New York Board
Temple Isra el
Rabbi Loss will join Rabbi Syme
and Rabbi Fram the following
to deliver the
night, Sept. 11, when Temple Is-
sermon and to in-
rael ushers in the High Holy Day
stall his nephew
season with its traditional Selihot
will be Rabbi
Samuel A. Ber-
The evening will begin with a
social reunion sponsored by the
leader of Tern- Rabbi Loss
pie Beth-El in Jersey City, N.J. Couples Club at 10:30. The Selihot
Since coming to Temple Israel, service will take place in the sanc-
Rabbi Loss has assumed duties as tuary from 11 p.m. to midnight.
An original service, "We Look
religious adviser to the Temple
Youth Group; is organizing a group Within Our Hearts," written by
the temple's creative liturgy com-
mittee under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Allen Berlin, will explore
the meaning of Selihot and the
spirit of repentance as it applies
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Israel. Call Hy Kramer.
More traditional will be the
Selihot service as it is presented
by Cantor Harold Orbach and the
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New imports subject to the
will be adjusted accordingly.
A highlight of the service will
be a candle-lighting ceremony,
written by Steffen Fuller, religious
vice president of the Temple Youth
Group, and presented by members
of the group.
Temple Israel invites the com-
munity to both services.
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AVIV (JTA) — A number
of mobile synagogues for the
armed services were inaugurated
by Army Chief Chaplain Gen.
Mordechai Firon, at a central base
of the Israeli army. The syna-
gogues, equipped with arks, seats,
prayer books and scrolls, will
serve units on the move.
Now in Paperback
Doubleday will publish on Sept.
3 a paperback edition of the mon-
umental "Jerusalem Bible."
This Reader's Edition contains
the complete text of "The Jeru-
salem Bible" in a translation that
employs all the beauty and ma-
jesty of the English language—but
always as a living language of the
20th Century. It includes many of
the features of the regular edi-
tion: single-column pages, verse
numbers in the margin, eight pages
of nine maps (four in color, five
in black and white); a chronologi-
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JNF Marks 70th Year;
Pincus, Tsur Say Fund
Must Retain Its Land
JERUSALEM (JTA) —The offi-
cial medal marking the 70th anni-
versary of the Jewish National
Fund was pinned on Premier
Golda Meir at an audio-visual
"Voice of the Land" ceremony last
presented by the JNF 24 years ago
on Mt. Scopus.
Mrs. Meir was the main speaker,
as she was in 1947 when she was
acting head of the Jewish Agency's
In separate comments, Louis
Pincus, chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, and JNF chair-
man Jacob Tsur, responding to re-
cent suggestions that the JNF sell
its land to the state of Israel in-
stead of leasing it to tenants, said
the JNF must retain ownership of
its land because the state also
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