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March 21, 1980 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U S TOM S

P ine before Pas-

the night
Gahout reciting

Om°

VIETZ
~ SIL S

? been used for
y Chornetz in-
ore Passover
put aside in an
- st.;els should be
any trace of
se and other
le of Chometz
with

,
srs.es, pots, pans
specifically for
- if necessary
the year may
provided that
Derly Kashered.
Passover con-

MICHIGAN CHABAD-LUBAVITCH
PESACH SERVICES, SEDARIM

It has: however, been a custom for
many centuries that the fast day is
broken by a Seudas Mitzvah, a festive
meal in celebration of a Mitzvah, such as
the meal at the Siyum, or conclusion, of
the study of a book of the Talmud.
If one is not a first born, but has a first
born son under 13, one should fast or
partake in a Siyum.
The Siyum usually takes place in the
Synagogue. (Contact your synagogue for
exact time).

l apetz

Friday, March 21, 1980 43

PREPARATIONS FOR THE SEDER

Preparations of the foods that will be
needed for the Seder Plate, such as
grinding the "Chrain" (horseradish),
soaking the lettuce, preparing the salt
water, as well as making the Charoseth
mixture, should all be done on Mon-
day no later than 6:40 p.m.

CONG. MISHKAN ISRAEL NUSACH H'ARI
LUBAVITCHER CENTER
Rabbi B. Gottlieb
14000 W. Nine Mile Road, Oak Park. 548-2666

YOM TOV CANDLE LIGHTING

Women and girls from three'and up
should not forget to light the Yom Tov
candles.

OVER

CANDLE LIGHTING SCHEDULE

Chometz

45 a.m. From
Iiich are Kosher
:aten. However
oods which will
:,-Seder such as

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Q

Y

ANN ARBOR

6:38 6:42 7:43 6:47 6:50 7:51
6:38 6:41 7:42 6:46 6:48 7:49,

BAY CITY

6:39 6:43 7:44 6:48 6:50 7:51

BENTON HARBOR

6:49 6:52 7:53 6:56 6:59 8:00,

DETROIT

6:36 6:40 7:41 6:44 6:46 7:481

ESCANABA

FLINT

6:53 6:57 7:58 7:02 7:05 8:06
6:38 6:42 7:43 6:46 6:49 7:50

GRAND RAPIDS

6:46 6:49 7:51 6:54 6:56 7:57

HOUGHTON

7:00 7:04 8:05 7:09 7:12 8:13
6:57 7:01 8:02 7:06 7:09 8:10

ALPENA

'ometz is pro-
Any Chometz
e burnt by this

:Town into the
tion is recited:
(rig leavened
on whether I
?ether I have
'ether I have
'gall be con-
nerless as the

IRON MOUNTAIN

6:41 6:44 7:45 6:49 6:51 7:52
6:46 6:49 7:50 6:53 6:56 7:57

JACKSON

KALAMAZOO

6:41 6:45 7:46 6:49 6:51 7:53
6:55 6:59 8:00 7:04 7:07 8:08

LANSING

MARQUETTE

MUSKEGON

SAULT STE. MARIE

6:48 6:52 7:53 6:57 6:59 8:00
6:43 6:47 7:48 6:52 6:55 7:56

TOLEDO, OHIO

6:41 6:45 7:46 6:50 6:53 7:54
6:38 6:41 7:42 6:45 6:48 7:49

WINDSOR, ONT.

6:39 6:40 7:41 6:44 6:46 7:48

ST. IGNACE

O_RN

slew the first-
`1P first born of
refore, all first
the day before
the Alm-ghty.

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'TIMES MARKED BY ASTERISK INDICATE YOMIM TOVIM
(HOLIDAYS) ON WHICH THE CANDLES CAN BE LIGHTED
LATER THAN THE ALLOTTED TIME.

The Seder Plate

-1-1 is spread over
Matzohs placed
each other, upon
or upon a plate
on top of the
he following are
id:

5

norm

..7Z OA — a piece of roast meat, usually a chicken neck.

.1170 — a hard boiled egg (customarily served later in

LUBAVITCHER REBBE
LAUNCHES CHILDREN'S
PASSOVER CAMPAIGN

The Passover holiday pivots around chil-
dren. Even the word Haggadah (the book used
at the Seder) is derived from the Hebrew word
"to relate," from the Biblical injunction that
parents are to relate the story of the Exodus to
their children. Unusual actions and obser-
vances are built into the Seder procedure to
arouse children's curiosity to insure that they
do not fall asleep.

The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Schneer-
son proposed a brilliant radically-new concept
in eduction to solve the youth indifference ("fal-
ling asleep") problem: That the children them-
selves become activists, organizers and
"educators"!

Rabbi Schneerson urged that all Jewish chil-
dren, even the very young, be reached in a
massive publicity campaign and offered valu-
able prizes for assisting and encouraging el-
ders and parents in the preparations for
Passover — always taking care, of course, to
strictly observe dth precept to honor one's el-
ders, parents and grandparents.

ANN ARBOR CHABAD HOUSE
Rabbis Aaron and Levi Goldstein
715 Hill St., Ann Arbor. 549-2161 (Detroit Number)

CHABAD HOUSE OF WESTERN MICHIGAN
Rabbi Yosef Weingarten
1910 Michigan Ave., N.E., Grand Rapids. 1-616-458-6575

BAIS CHABAD OF WEST BLOOMFIELD AND
BAIS CHABAD OF FARMINGTON HILLS
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg and
Rabbi Chaim Moshe Bergstein
28555 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, 626-1807, 626-6240

Et-water, as first course of the Seder Meal).

ORROR — bitter herb, usually horse-radish and/or
-
lettuce.

-IAROSETH — a paste of nuts, apples, etc., and a little

te.

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some use onions or potatoes.

ORROR — same as no. 3.

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The Chabad-Lubavitch Organization of Michi-
gan is offering a grand prize of a free trip to
Disneyworld in Florida and other prizes of
ten-speed bicycles, Polaroid cameras and di-
gital watches to winners of a Children's
Passover Contest. To be eligible for entering
the contest and winning the prizes the children
are being asked to encourage and assist par-
ents and peers in a ten-point Passover prep-
aration and celebration.

See story, in this issue, for details of the con-
test.

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RABBI MENACHEM M. SCHNEERSON

CHABAD HOUSE ON WHEELS
Rabbi Y.M. Lipszyc
548-2666

UPPER SOUTHFIELD — McDONNELL TOWERS
THE BRIGHT SPOT
Rabbi N. Simon
24400 Civic Center Drive, Southfield. 548-2666
CHABAD HOUSE OF WINDSOR
Rabbi Yossi Hecht
519-258-1225

For further information, or if you need help in
obtaining "Shmura Matzoh", please contact:

MITZVAH CAMPAIGN

Lubavitch Youth Organization

14000 W. NINE MILE ROAD
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN 48237
(313) 548-2666

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