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April 17, 1981 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

64 Friday, April 11, 1981

Matza of Deliverance

Lee, Jerry & Kim Gurwin

Wish All Their Friends & Customers

(Editor's note: This
special prayer was pre-
pared and released by
the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.)
This is the Matza of De-
liverance. On Passover, at
the Seder table, Jews
everywhere are enjoined to
remember the heart of the
stranger, for we were slaves
in Egypt. On this Passover,
we especially call to mind
our Jewish brothers and sis-
ters in Ethiopia — Jews who
have been oppressed and
even sold into slavery.
These are the pitiful rem-
nants of a once-proud and
populous Falasha kingdom,
who now survive their trials
primarily on the hope of
exodus to Israel.
This Matza of Deliv-
erance symbolizes those in
that distant land who have
nurtured their Jewish
dreams through two
thousand years of alternat-
ing glory and persecution.
Innocent victims in a war-
torn land, destitute and

A Joyous

PASSOVER

GLIRWIN'S ALITO8ODY KLINIC

COMPLETE COLLISION SERVICE

INSURANCE CLAIMS

MARTIN AND SUE WEISS
STEVE & LORI OF

MODERN BAKERY

13735 W. 9 Mile Rd. — Oak Park
and 26060 Greenfield -
Lincoln Shopping Center

WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND
JOYOUS PASSOVER

Seder Ritual of Remembrance for Six Million
Jews Who Perished at the Hands of the Nazis
and the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Perform this Ritual after the Third of the Four Ceremonial Cups, just before the
door is opened for the symbolic entrance of the Prophet Elijah. All rise, and the
leader of Seder recites the following:

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English rendition of the
Hebrew:

On this night of the Seder we
remember with reverence and
love the six millions of our people
of the European exile who
perished at the hands of a tyrant
more wicked than the Pharaoh
who enslaved our fathers in
Egypt. Come, said he to his min-
ions, let us cut them off from being
a people, that the name of Israel
may be remembered no more. And
they slew the blameless and pure,
men and women and little ones,
with vapors of poison and burned
them with fire. But we abstain
from dwelling on the deeds of the
evil ones lest we defame the image
of God in which man was created.
Now, the remnants of our
people who were left in the ghettos
and camps of annihilation rose up
against the wicked ones for the
sanctification of the Name, and
slew many of them before they
died. On the first day of Passover
the remnants in the GhettO of
Warsaw rose up against the ad-
versary, even as in the days of
Judah the ,Maccabee. They were
lovely and pleasant in their lives,
and in their death they were not
divided, and they brought rede-
mption to the name of Israel
through all the world.
And from the depths of their
affliction the martyrs lifted their
voices in a song of faith in the
coming of the Messiah, when jus-
tice and brotherhood will reign
among men.

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All sing ANI MAAMIN ("1 Believe"),
the song of the martyrs in the ghettos and liquidation camps:

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A-ni ma-a-min be-e-mu-no sh'le-mo

B'vi-as ha-mo-shi-ah, v'af al pi

She-yis-ma-mey-ha, im kol ze a-ni ma-a-min

I believe with perfect faith
in the coming of the Mes-
siah:
And though he tarry, none
the less do I believe!

All sing ANI MAAMIN ("1
Believe"),
the song of the martryrs
in the ghettos and liquidation
camps:

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CHEMICAL CO.

harassed, they yearn to be
restored to the heart of the
living Jewish people,
many-splendored, multi-
colored and eternal.
A Happy Holiday to All Our Relatives
We pause during -this
Friends and Patrons
Seder to reaffirm our unity
with these forgotten Jews.
We pledge ourselves to
speak for those , who cannot
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we will speak, work, strive,
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the prisoners from the dun-
geons of fate.

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COHEN & SON

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

U.S. Imports
from Israel
Rise in 1980

NEW YORK —American
imports of Israeli products
rose by almost 27 percent in
1980, from $769.4 million to
$976.8 million, according to
figures from the Israel
Trade Center. -
, While diamonds continue
to lead the list of U.S. im-
ports from Israel — $456
million worth last year —
manufactured goods
showed the biggest percent-
age, gains, rising 36.6 per-
cent.
Imports of industrial
goods have more than dou-
bled in three years, from
$260 million in 1977 to $520
million in 1980, according
to Shmuel Ben-Tovim, Is-
rael Trade Commissioner to
the United States. He at-
tributed the rise to Israel's
increasing investment in
industrial research and de-
velopment and a better
understanding of the
American market.

JTS Indices
on Microfilm

LI 7-4121

26035 Coolidge

Passover Greetings

DESMOND PROCESS 4SUPPLY CO.

Silk Screen Colors — Supplies — Equipment

862-11 15

6340 Fenkel I

Holiday Good -Cheer

EAGLE CLEANING CO.

Livonia

29102 Five Mile

522-7080

A Very Healthy and HapAY Passover

to the :Jewish 'Cominunity

FIELD'S EMPLOYMENT

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Sincerest Passover Greetings

HOA KOW INN

Chinese and American Restaurant
Specializing in Cantonese Foods

1 37 1 5 West 9 Mile.
West of Coolidge, Oak Park





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the library of the Jewish
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Holiday_ Greetings
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lished recently by Univer-
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The first is an index to the
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second is an index to the
Best Wishes for A Happy & Joyous Passover
213-manuscript history of
science collection. Both
complement an earlier UMI
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lections from the Library of
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Seminary of America."
Plans for the $18-million
Southfield, Mich.
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Ritual of Remembrance Issued by Seder Ritual Committee, 15 East 84th Street,

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SAN FRANCISCO — Joe
Rosenthal, , the photo-
grapher who captured the
picture of U.S. marines rais-
ing the American flag on
Iwo Jima during World War
II, has retired at age 69 from
his job at the San Francisco
Chronicle.

HANDLEMAN
COMPANY

1055 W. Maple Rd.

Clawson, Mich. 48017

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