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April 14, 1995 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-14

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No Other Michigan Hospital
Offers You These Services.

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In remembrance of the
liberation of Egypt,
unleavened bread products
are served during Passover.


The story of the Exodus is relived at the
Seder through the reading of the Haggadah.

Wine is available
for your toasts to
each of the four
levels of redemption.

We keep a special

set of kosher dishes for Pesach.
Traditional foods and practices are an important
part of Jewish life. They're also an important part of life at Sinai.
That's why we do all we can to help you feel at home during Passover. Like preparing food glat kosher on
the premises. Using only Passover dishes. Arranging for Seder observance. In other words, by providing any
and all ingredients important to Jewish tradition.
When it comes to quality health care, Sinai has one of the best reputations in the state. No wonder,
considering we not only take care of your body, we also look out for your soul.
For referral to a Sinai physician, call 1-800-248-3627.

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