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March 24, 1972 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-24

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_.111 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

and publielgittirTiBI be-Clinvenii41
by 'the Vied IHarabofiim. (C.ramcit
4g Orthodox Rabbis) -8:30 P.m.
Monday at the Tatum -bsraci: Cttz
er of Oak-Woods. :
Rabbi James b .Gordon 141114
1,s moderator. A Stab din„-consist:
mg of Rabbis Leizer Levin. Leib
-Bakst and Chaskel Grubner,- will
answer all questions on foods and
food products which are permissi-
ble for use on Passover.
Dr. Arnold Singftinkazi• -a -:PhYst7.
Tian; SeymoteTerebelo;-. pharina:'
Cist; and -tbetailts 'Norman" E.-
Levitia and Jerry Cohen will as-
list those with questions about the
use of drugs during- the Passover
season. Confidential questions con-
' cerning -health needs and medi-
ines will be answered . on a per-
- sonal basis. Those with prescrip-
bons are reqUested to bring them
to the institute. The public is
i invited.
• • •
In issuing its annual Pasiover
; -.Message to the Jewisa - tommu-

t

hainetz.
5i50hihititi140)
siirch-lcieshailletz takes
serve thelaws of Passover."= The Place -Tuesday, -March - 28.
statement.itresied that great care
Siyum b'horint . (the fast of the
-exercised . irt?pgrchasins first--born) .33":beld Sfarch 29.
tiC
11?=*,
_
Dk7,Ttitmetir. May be eaten after
30 4:in. Widiesdliy, March 29.
If; ls ttte sieved ditty of Ttery
evt:-=44ffireZidttink down Yo lils` ~ Selling afAsainetz must take
seder :table; contribiite to the place before 10:30 a.m. Wednes-
. -
tradil4onal, Maos flitim „campaign day, -March 29
Removal "andburning of hametz
held 'e year
Which- 3s Xjaeba'g very
before Passover, 'and to see that must be done before 10:30 a.m.
every Jew has what he needs for Wednesday,_March 29.
On Wednesday, March 29. an
Tem Toiri" the, statement said.
Following are some,of the - points "eirdr: tarlibifim" mtist_be made.
mentioned ,in:
,eries will be clOsed Wednes-
"Balt
Matzot baked during the year day,--.March 29, until after Pass-
are not for Passover use. All over. Bakeries making any bak-
matzot used must be properly ing preparations on Thursday,
designated that they are "kosher April 6, 1972 before 8 p.m., are
in violation, and these products
for Passover."
Every product must be certified cannot be eaten even after Pass-
by a known rabbi or -rabbinical over.
Macaroons baked by all Detroit
organization: attached labels with
the words "kosher l'Pesach" do bakeries are hametz and not to be
not make the product permissible sold on Passover.
"-Passover is a fitting time for
or Passover.
All bakeries, groceries and all Jews in the Detroit Jewish
delicatessens are asked to sell community to respond to the Al-
their , hametz through i rabbi no lied Jewish Campaign, and re-
later than 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, member the plight of Soviet Jew-
March 29. A certificate issued by ry," the statement said.
Questions on any rule for Pass-
a rabbi who arranges the sale
should be displayed in the busi- over should be addressed to one's
own rabbi or- the Vaad Harabonim
ness plaee.
For the duration of Passover, it office, 342-6260.

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According to a legal contract Rebbe Urges
drawn up for Rabbi Jacob Kranz of Shumate Matzo
of the Lubavitch Center, home- NEW YORK—The Lubavitcher
owners may delegate the power'of Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M.
attorney to Rabbi Kranz to Schneerson, has called upon all
perform the mitzva of selling the Jews to use Shmura matzot on
- Ra aH II I afaN g• M
WIRI ER III IV V MI MI •sessst.m
hametz. Passover.
Shmura, which means guarded,
The document, duplicated on
Fitt in cut out sad 'nen torD
this page, conforms with the pre- describes these special matzot be-
cept that a Jew -must sell all bread cause the wheat used in their I
I
and leavened products- that remain baking is carefully protected
in his home or on biepropertyfor against any contact with- water
14000 W. 9 MILE RD., OAK PARK, MICH. 48237
Passover. He locks away the from -the moment of harvest. Wa-
I
hametz that he wishes - to sell _in ter -could cause':
and
a specified place in his house: thereby disqualify Its use on Pass-
then the rabbi acts as intermedi- over, the Lubavitcher statement I
ary to transact a sale of these explains. These matzot, round in I
hametz products to a non-Jew.
-form, are handmade under scru-
For the duration of the Passover tinizing supervision to avoid any I
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That, I, the undersigned,,
festival this sale is absolutely possibility of leavening during the I 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
aitcl—bliuting, according to baking process.
-
name and in my behalf to tell all CHOMETZ owned and possessed by
!torah-law as well as according to
me (knowlingly or unknowingly) as stated -in the.TORAH'-and defined. -
The Rebbe stated that it was
and interpreted by the SAGES OF ISRAEL (e.g. CHOMEZ: DOUBT OF
state law; the hametz simply does once customary for the rabbi to
CHOMETZ, AND ALL KINDS OF CHOMETZ -MIXTURES). Also, CHOMETZ
not belong to the homeowner, supply members of his commu-
that tends to harden and to adhere to a surface of inside of pans, pots *1
I or
other cooking or eating utensils, of whatsoever nature, and all kinds
although it is in his house. (After nity with Shmnra matzot for
of live animals that have been eating CHOMETZ or mixtures owned or •
Passover - the transaction is re- the seder plate, or at least for
I possessed by me may be found; especially in the premises located at I
versed, and the hametz again be- the kazals—the minimum amount
and elsewhere.
comes the property of the home- of matzo required to be eaten
(address)
owner). - -
on each • of the - first, two nights
Rabbi Kranz said the mitzva
RABBI J. N. KRANZ has the full authority and power as above given 1
of Passover.
to sell said CHOMETZ and to lease said piece or places wherein slad •
often is neglected because it is
CHOMETZ may be found upon such terms and upon such conditions as •
"The preparation of matzo for
considered Inconvenient. For this the fulfillment of the sacred I he, In his absolute discretion, shall deem fit and proper.
I
reason,. he sought the legal as- mitzva," the Rebbe stated, "is
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 II
sistance of • several attorneys, regulated by a variety of laws of
all the same powers and authority that I have invested in HIM and I II
who drew ell a ."Delegation of which the average layman is un- I do hereby ratify and confirm all that my said attorney, or his substitutes al
or substitute, shall lawfully do or cause to be done by virtue of these •
Power of Attorney for -Sale of
aware. The custom -of the rabbi's I presents
Harnetr.."'
Further. it is my express wish and command than any and all con-
The legal form provides for the sending Shmura matzot to mem-
troversies that may arise as to the effect or interpretation to be given
this instrument be decided by the DETROIT COUUNCIL OF ORTHODOX •
homeowner to merely fill in his bers of his community insured
RABBIS or their appointed representatives, sitting as a BOARD OF it
name and grant Rabbi Kranz the their being able to fulfill the de- I ARBITRATION
and their decision as to all matters of law and fact shall •
be final. They shall have primary and exclusive jurisdiction to determine
"full authority and power" to sell tailed requirements of the law.
all such matters and any arbitration award or judgment given pursuant n
"Though
this
custom
has
been
the hametz "and to lease said
to
the
above
shall
be enforced like any other arbitration award or judg-
place or places wherein said discontinued in many areas I I ment and a judgment or any Circuit Court shall be rendered upon the II
arbitration award or judgment pursuant to the Status of the State of
hametz may be found upon such would like to see it restored," the
Michigan in such case made and provided; And to this I hereby affix
terms and upon such conditions as Rebbe said.
Thousands of pounds of Shmura
my signature on this day of Nissan ire the year 57 ...—
lie, in his absolute discretion, shall
matzot are annually dispatched
deem fit" and proper."
Rabbi Kranz stressed that the through the Rebbe's office to com- g Dote
unleavened products,c will- remain munities throughout the world-.
ill- llze - Awns, -7-although Large quantities are shipped to I Signature
'hidden iwiy. There ii no cost for Jewish servicemen wherever they
this 'service, "but the -lorm must are stationed, and to college cam-
Address
be- refurnedPriorto llie"dik before puses where sedorim are con-
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