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September 16, 1966 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44—Friday, September 16, 1966

Rest Wishes to Our
Friends and Patrons
for a Happy New Year

New Year Greetings

Tek Industries, Inc.

REZNICK
Kosher Meats
& POULTRY

11738

12033 Cardon i

Highlond Pork
TO 8-8123

Dexter, near Tuxedo
TO 8-8118

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Happy Holiday To All

New Year Greetings

Red-Way
Cartage Co.

SPECIFICATIONS
SERVICE CO.

5100 E. Nevada

14877 WYOMING
WE 3-9070

FO 6-6000

HAPPY HOLIDAY

Best Wishes to All
On the New Year

POWELL
PRINTING CO.

Shapiro Brothers

Hamtramck's Leading Shoe Store
Florsheim for Men and Women

Letterpress — Offset

9253 JOSEPH CAMPAU
TR 5-1659

2545 Waverly

TO 6-8130

Best Wishes to All
for a Happy New Year

Happy New Year

PRIMEAT
PACKING CO.

Smith - Nager
Glass Corp.

Wholesale Beef
2380 Twentieth
Detroit, Michigan, 48216
TA 5-8877

121 Leib
568-1550

Rosh Hashana Greetings

Holiday Good Cheer

Pollak Printing Co.

Sewer's Wholesalers

Complete Printing SerVice

4646 Michigan Ave.

2420 Grand River
WO 3-0895

new

826-6800

ear reettnqs

a all

Our grtends

ELEVATOR
ENGINEERING
COMPANY

George E. Goldbeig

* Repairs

* Modernization

* Remodeling

* Inspection

* New Installations



BY ROSALIND S. ZUNSER

(Copyright, 1966. JTA, Inc.)

In the vanished Jewish commu-
nities of the Old World, the end
of summer ushered in the melan-
choly autumn with its falling leaves
and the month of Elul with visits
to the graves of dear departed,
leading to Rosh Hashana, the first
of the High Holy Days which marks
the beginning of the New Year.
The Jews believed that their fate
was inscribed on the Divine Tab-
lets on that day. On Yom Kippur
it was signed and on Hoshana Raba
it was sealed.
On Rosh Hashana, the whole
family went to the synagogue to
give thanks to the Lord for the
blessings of the past and to pray
for a happy year for the future.
The climax of the Rosh Hashana
service is the blowing of the shofar,
the ram's horn. After the service
all congregants shake hands and
wish each other "A Happy New
Year for yourself and all members
of the family." The festive board
is laid with a white tablecloth,
the best candlesticks with white
candles which are blessed by the
mother, a decanter of sacramental
wine with glasses at each setting,
and a hallah which is blessed by
the father who distributes a piece
to each person at the table after
the chanting of the kiddush and
the sipping of the sacramental
wine.
The meal begins with apple slices
dipped in honey for a Sweet Year.
A typical menu is as follows:

Gefilte Fish garnished with beet
horseradish — chicken soup with farfel
— roast stuffed chicken.
Tzimmes of carrots and sweet pota-
toes—Lettuce and tomato salad—Tai-
glakh—Apple slices and honey—Prune
and Apricot Compote — Tea.
Roast Stuffed Chicken
4 to 6 lb. roasting chicken, well
cleaned and singed. Salt, pepper out-
side of chicken, salt inside of chicken,
stuff with your favorite stuffing, add
paprika or minced garlic if you like.
Sew bottom of chicken to hold stuff-
ing in and roast in 400-degree oven ten
minutes on each side, reduce oven- to
375 degrees and continue roasting.
Baste chicken with three tablespoons
of melted fat and 1/2 cup water every
20 minutes, turning it so it is brown
all over, adding more water as neces-
sary to keep the juice in the pan from
scorching. Turn the chicken on its back
the last 20 minutes to brown breast. A
4-lb. chicken should be done in 11/4
hours. To test, pierce the second joint;
if the juice that comes out is clear and
colorless the chicken is done. If it has
a pink tinge, more cooking is needed.
To make gravy, remove chicken from
the pan, add cup water, stirring in
all the browned crustiness, cooking
over moderate flame. Correct season-
ing.
Stuffings for Chicken
Cool stuffing before filling chicken.
Stuff loosely to allow for expansion.
Allow 1 cup of stuffing for each pound
of chicken.
Apple Stuffing
8 large apples, peeled and quartered
and cored.
2 cups dry breadcrumbs.
1 1/2 tablespoons sugar.
Boil covered in 1/2 cup water and the
sugar until tender but still whole.
1 egg well beaten.
Apricot Rice Stuffing
2 cups cold cooked rice.
1 cup minced apricots.
Salt and pepper to taste.
2 tablespoons minced parsley.
Cook in -margarine, chicken fat or oil
(3 tablespoons).
Small minced onion and 2 stalks
minced celery including tops until
onion is translucent.
Bread Stuffing
4 cups stale bread cubes.
1/2 onion minced.
2 stalks celery minced.
1 4 cup melted cooking fat.
Salt, pepper to taste and 1/2 teaspoon
poultry seasoning (optional).
Combine above until- blended and
stuff chicken. For a moist stuffing add
up to 1/2 cup hot water.
For another kind of bread stuffing,
soak three slices white bread, squeeze
dry, saute onion, celery and muchrooms
minced (.42 cup of each) or cut in slices
(optional) in 3 tablespoons fat, and or
chopped cooked giblets including the
liver if you prefer in which case saute
minced liver with onion or broil liver
and add minced, 1 tablespoon. chopped
parsley and salt and pepper to taste.

Holiday Greetings

Gates



Rosh Hashana Menu

Sincere Best Wishes
On the New Year

LLOYD'S

HARDWARE and PATIO
FURNITURE
15410-30 Fenkel I at Greenfield
VE 6-3070

Lloyd Weingarden

New Year Greetings

INTERNATIONAL
SAUSAGE CORP.

Dutch Bond —

,

"With that famous
International flavor"

3445 Michigan

TA 5 - 4949

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Happy New Year to Our
Relatives and Friends

Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Holperman -
and Children

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Ideal Jewelry Co.

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Jewelry and Watch Repairs
Prompt Service on All Repairs

33 John R
501 Metropolitan Bldg.
WO 5-4907

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20191 Stansbury
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Happy New Year To All

Best Wishes for the New Year

HELEN ZINBERG, R.E.

Juniors
Corned.. Beef-'N-Rye

Delicatessen
Party Tray Catering
NEW LOCATION

8221 Curtis, cor. Rose lawn

Phone for Appt.—UN 2-8914

1216 Griswold

WO 1-0756

New Year Greetings

West Detroit
Glass Company

New Year Greetings

RUSSELL
PROVISION CO.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
24-Hour Service on
Plate Glass Replacements
Established 1922
Industrial Maintenance
4500 Stecker, in Dearborn
LU 2-8400

WHOLESALE MEATS

2457 Russell

New Year Greetings to all
Our Relatives and Friends

Happy New Year To All

SOL and
SELMA YAGODA

Your Pfeiffer, Budweiser and
Michelob Beer Distributors

8800 Lyndon

MR. AND MRS. SOL
ZIMMERMAN

WE 3-8512

21830 Kipling, Oak Park

Happy New Year

NORTHLAND BUILDING MAINTENANCE, INC.

1Vorman Tarockoff
Eugene Bortnick ,

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Holiday Greetings

SEMANN'S AUTO MECCA

Michigan Distributor for Frigi King Auto Air Conditioners

_ 3142 Coolidge, Berkley, Michigan

LI 2-7662

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Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends

CONTINENTAL FOOD BROKERAGE CO.

17501 West Eight Mile Road
533-2055
Detroit, Michigan 48235

Welding Engineers

Doors



May add 1 egg well beaten. Combine
and stuff.
Taiglakh
Dough:
3 eggs.
2 1/2 cups flour.
1 teaspoon baking powder.
2 tablespoons salad oil.
1 tablespoon whiskey (optional).
Syrup:
1 cup honey.
1 /2 Clip sugar.
1 teaspoon ginger.
1 cup walnuts.
Sift flour and baking powder onto
board. Make well in center and add
eggs, oil and whiskey, beat up ingredi-
ents, gradually adding all the flour
until a soft dough is formed. Knead
smooth. Roll a piece of dough about
:Y8-inch thick and cut into 1/4-inch
lengths. Place on greased cooky sheet.
Repeat until all dough used up. Bake
in preheated 375-degree-- oven until del-
icately brown, shaking - pan frequently,
about 10 minutes. Combine honey and
sugar in a pot and boil, then continue
to cook slowly about 5 minutes. Add
partly baked pastry, cover and cook,
shaking the pot frequently until thick.
About 5 minutes before it is finished.
add the ginger and nuts. When nice and
brown, pour mixture on wet board.
When slightly cool, shape with hands
until balls.

COMMEMORATE HOLOCAUST
The Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against_ Germany
last year allocated a total of $114,-
000 to Yivo Institute for projects
commemorating the holocaust.

Hangers



Closers

Call TR 2-3000
24 Hour Service
6511 Lincoln

General Welding

TY 5-3637
4489 14th at Grand

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Happy New Year

River

MIMCO-SARJAC

BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC.

WARREN-WELLS

14288 Meyers

TE

4-4390

24200 Telegraph Rd.

Between 9 and 10 Mile Roads

SOUTHF I ELD, MICHIGAN

353-2100

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