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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-28

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Passover to Be Marked at Seder, Synagogue

The ancient Festival of Free-
dom will begin sundown Wednes-
day throughout the world. Syna-
gogue services will precede the
seder for many observant Jews,
and there will be special Passover
sermons in Detroit area synago-
gues on the first two days, Thurs-
day and Friday.
Reform temples plan services
the first night and day only, and
will recite Yizkor prayers on the
seventh day.

Following is a schedule of
synagogue services:
Beth Abraham Synagogue will
hold services 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
day, Thursday and Friday, 8:30
a.m. Thursday and Friday. The
synagogue choir led by Israel
Fuchs will participate in the
service, at which Rabbi Israel I.
Halpern and Cant or Shabtai
Ackerman will officiate.
Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods will hold services 6:45

Rabbis List Rules for Passover

In its annual statement on Pass- . with the words "Kosher l'Pesah"
over rules and regulations, the , do not make the product permis-
Vaad Haabonin. Council of Ortho- sible for Passover. ,
3. All bakeries and groceries
dox Rabbis, urged that every Jew
observe the laws of Passover and
are asked to sell their hametz
exercise care in purchasing food
through a rabbi no later than
products.
10:30 a.m. Wednesday. A certi-
"It is the sacred duty of every. ficate issued by the rabbi who
arranged
the sale should be dis-
Jew, before sitting down to his
played in the business place.
seder table, to contribute to the
4. For the duration of Passover,
traditional Mo'os Hitim campaign
which is held every year before it is prohibited to buy or sell ha-
Passover, and to see that every metz, even to a non-Jew.
5. The search for hametz takes
Jew has what he needs for Yom
place Tuesday evening.
Toy, - said the Vaad.
6. Siyum B'horim (The Fast of
Following are the points men-
the First Born) is held on Wednes-
tioned in the statement:
day.
1. Matzo baked during the year
7. No hametz may be eaten after
are not for Passover use. All mat-
9:45 a.m. Wednesday.
zo must be properly designated
8. Selling of hametz must take
place before 10:45 a.m. Wednes-
2. Every product must be certi- day.
fied by a known rabbi or rabbin-
9. Removal and burning of ha-
ical organization; attached labels
metz must be done before 10:45
a.m. Wednesday.
10. Bakeries will be closed from
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
Tuesday
until after Passover. Bak-
ANN 'ARBOR, MICHIGAN
eries making any preparations on
WANTS HEBREW & SUNDAY
April 10, before 8:15 p.m., are
SCHOOL TEACHERS FOR
in violation, and these products
1969-1970
cannot be •eaten even after Pass-
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Delegation of Power of

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Attorney for Sale of Chometz

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That, I, the undersigned,
do hereby make, constitute and appoint RABBI J. N. KRANZ, my true
and lawful attorney to act in my place and stead, for me and in my
name and in my behalf to sell all CHOMETZ owned and possessed by
me (knowingly or unknowingly) as stated in the TORAH and defined
and interpreted by the SAGES OF ISRAEL (e.g. CHOMEZ: DOUBT OF
CHOMETZ, AND ALL KINDS OF CHOMETZ MIXTURES). Also, CHOMETZ
that tends to harden and to adhere to a surface of inside of pans, pots
or other cooking or eating utensils, of whatsoever nature, and all kinds
of live animals that have been eating CHOMETZ or mixtures thereof, and
to lease all places wherein the aforementioned CHOMETZ owned or
possessed by me may be found, especially in the premises located at

and elsewhere.
(address)
RABBI J. N. KRANZ has the full authority and power as above given
to sell said CHOMETZ and to lease said place or places wherein said
CHOMETZ may be found upon such terms and upon such conditions as
he, in his absolute discretion, shall deem fit and proper.

RABBI J. N. KRANZ has the full power and authority to assign or
appoint a substitute or substitutes to act in his place and stead with
all the same powers and authority that I have invested in HIM and I
do hereby ratify and confirm all that my said attorney, or his substitutes
I or substitute, shall lawfully do or cause to be done by virtue of these
presents.



Further, it is my express with and command than any and all con-
troversies that may arise as to the effect or interpretation to be given
this instrument be decided by the DETROIT COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX
RABBIS or their appointed representatives, sitting as a BOARD OF
• ARBITRATION and their decision as to all matters of law and fact shall

be final. They shall have primary and exclusive jurisdiction to determine
all such matters and any arbitration award or judgment given pursuant
to the above shall be enforced like any other arbitration award or judg-
ment and a judgment of any Circuit Court shall be rendered upon the
I arbitration award or Judgment pursuant to the Status of the State of
Michigan In such case made and provided; And to this I hereby affix

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day of Nissan in the year SI

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p.m. and 9 a.m., with Rabbi
James I. Gordon preaching on
"Four Questions and More
Questions" the first morning
and "Bringing 'Seder' Into One's
Life" the second morning.
Cong. Shaarey Shornayim will
hold services 6:40 p.m. and 9 a.m.
His sermon topics Thursday and
Friday mornings will be "Phy-
sical Deliverance" and "Spiritual
Redemption," respectively.
Cong. Beth Shalom will usher in
the holiday 6 p.m. Wednesday and
hold evening services the same
time Thursday and Friday. Rabbi
Mordecai Halpern will speak on
"The Peril and the Promise"
8:50 a.m. Thursday, and on Fri-
day at' 8:40 there will be a sym-
posium conducted by the congre-
gation's youth.
Temple Emanti-E1 will hold its
congregational seder 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday. At 10:30 a.m. services
Thursday. Rabbi Rosenbaum will
speak on "Which Way to Free-
dom?"
Cong. Bnai Moshe will hold
evening services at 6:15 and morn-
ing services at 8:45. Rabbi Moses
Lehrman will preach, and Cantor
Louis Klein will chant the service.
Community seders will be held
7:15 p.m. Wednesday and Thurs-
day, with Cantor Klein conducting
the ritual.
Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac
will have services 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday and 10 a.m. Thurs-
day. Rabbi Philip Berkowitz
will preach on "With Unswerv-
ing Faith."
Temple Beth El will hold serv-
ices 10:30 a.m. Thursday. when
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz will
preach on "Passover's Message
for Modern Man." The children's

Farband 3rd Seder

The City Committee of Farband
will bold its third seder 8:30 p.m.
April 5 at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Cantor Louis Klein will sing,
accompanied by Bella Goldberg,
and there will be community
singing along with the reading of
the Hagada. The public is invited.

Lindsay Seen Facing
Re-Election Problems

NEW YORK (JTA) — Mayor
John V. Lindsay, who announced
March 18 that he will run for re
election in November, faces an up-
hill fight, and not the least of his
problems is his relations with
New York's Jewish community
which largely supported him when
he ran for mayor in 1965, the Wall
Street Journal reported.
Journal reporter Alan Adelson
found bitterness against Lindsay
among two groups — the white
working class and the Jews.
"Both groups blame the mayor for
the city's big increases in crime,"
Adelson wrote.
"Anger among the Jews is also
fueled by charges that Lindsay
encouraged anti-Semitism in the
city's school system by backing
efforts to decentralize school ad-
ministration. It's claimed that
black militants used a decentral-
ization experiment in the largely
Negro Ocean Hill Brownsville sec-
tion of Brooklyn to harass Jewish
teachers."

The individual's whole experience
is built upon the plan of his lan-
guage. —Henri Delacroix

choir, under the direction of Prof.
and Mrs. Jason Tickton, will par-
ticipate. The annual congrega-
tional seder will be held at Raleigh
House 7 p.m. Thursday.

Adas Shalom Synagogue will
hold services 6:15 p.m. and 8:45
a.m. Rabbi Cahan will speak on
"The Hagada and the Individual"
both mornings.

32 Friday, March 28, 1969



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WE MUST REMEMBER OUR GREAT LOSS
17TH OF NISAN - YIZKOR DAY

(Designated by the State of Israel)

SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH OF DETROIT

Invites The Entire Community to Join in a

MEMORIAL ACADEMY

Dedicated to the Six Million Martyrs
of the Incredible Nazi Holocaust

Monday Evening, April 14, 1969
at 8:00 o'clock

Congregation B'Nai Moshe
14390 West Ten Mile Road at Kenosha
Oak Park, Michigan

REMARKS: Martin H. Rose, President

MEMORIAL ADDRESS: Rabbi Moses Lehrman, of Congregation B'Noi
Mcshe
CANDLE LIGHTING CEREMONY BY SURVIVORS OF THE CON
CENTRATION CAMPS AND GHETTOS: Led by Mrs. Leon Popowski,
Program Chairman

MEMORIAL MUSICAL RENDITIONS: Cantor Louis Klein of B'Noi
Moshe
Violin Soloist: Gloria Kleinman
Accompanist: Doreen Raskin

YOUTH PARTICIPATION: Et-Gar Group in Dramatic Recitations
B'NAI MOSHE BOY SCOUTS AND JEWISH WAR VETERANS IN
SOLEMN COLOR PRESENTATION

SUITABLE PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITS ON DISPLAY
IT'S OUR SACRED MORAL OBLIGATION NOT TO FORGET THE
GREATEST TRAGEDY OF OUR PEOPLE. •" THERE MUST NEVER
BE ANOTHER AUSCHWITZ!!

Please light Yahrzeit Candles on Monday Evening,
April 14, 1969

Passover Best Wishes
to all our friends and relatives

Since the exodus from Egypt
. . . the youngest child always
asks four questions .. .

This year there will be five
questions ...
THE FIFTH QUESTION WILL
BE...

How come this Passover
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delicious and well prepared —
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