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February 01, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-01

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Histadrut Sponsors Summer Camp
Program hi Israel for U.S. Teens

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Pictured above is Histadrut's "Village Gate" which will
house American and Canadian boys and girls ages 14-16 during
the coming summer in Israel. Not pictured is Bet Berl which
will house the 16-18-year-olds.

(Copyright, 1963,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

Grapefruit as the dieter's de-
light needs no comment. With
its low calorie and high vita-
min C count it plays a promi-
nent part in the reducer's menu.
Grapefruit for breakfast or as
part of a fruit cup needs no
comment, and certainly grape-
fruit halves to start dinner are
familiar to all. But grapefruit
as an ingredient in cakes or
richer desserts is so rare that
finding recipes for such use is
almost as hard as finding the
proverbial needle in a haystack.
When we do find them, we
realize how little all the possi-
bilities of this fruit have been
realized.

GRAPEFRUIT DESSERT CAKE
1 large seedles grapefruit
11/2 cups sifted cake flour
3/4 cup granulated sugar
11/2 teaspoons double-acting baking
powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
3 eggs, separated
1 1/2 teaspoons grated lemon rind
1 8-oz. package cream cheese
1 1/4 cups sifted confectioners' sugar
A few drops fellow food color-
ing
1/4 cup water
Before starting to bake, peel and
section the grapefruit and remove
all the membranes. Cut half the
sections crosswise into thin slices,
and the rest in half crosswise. Save
all the juice which accumulates.
Drain the slices and the halves sep-
arately, and save all this juice too.
Sift the flour, granulated sugar,
baking powder, and salt into a
mixing bowl. Make a well in the
center and add the water, oil, egg
yolks, V2 teaspoon of the lemon
rind, and 3 tablespoons of the
grapefruit juice. Beat until very
smooth. Beat the egg whites stiff
and fold the batter into the whites.
Polk into a 9-inch square cake pan
lined with waxed paper, and bake
at 350 degs. F. about 30 minutes,
until a cake tester inserted in the
center comes out dry, and the top
is golden brown. Invert the cake
on a rack. remove the waxed paper,
and invert again on another rack
to cool with the top up. When the
cake is completely cold, carefully
split it in half crosswise. Let the
cream cheese stand at room tem-
perature until soft, add the con-
fectioners' sugar, the remaining
lemon rind and 2 teaspoons of
grapefruit juice. Beat until smooth.
Gradually add more grapefruit juice
as needed to make a frosting just
stiff enough to hold its shape. Tint
pale yellow with the food coloring.
Spread half on the, cut surface of
the bottom layer. Arrange the
small slices of grapefruit evenly on
this. Cover with the upper layer,
and spread the remaining frosting
over the top. Garnish with the half-
sections of grapefruit. Refrigerate
until served. This amount serves 8.
GRAPEFRUIT DELIGHT
1 large seedless grapefruit
10 large kosher marshmallows
1/2 cup whipping cream
Peel and section the grapefruit.
Remove all membranes. Cut the
sections into bite-sized pieces, and
drain thoroughly in a sieve. The
juice may be used as part of a
beverage. Cut the marshmallows
into quarters, separate the quarters
and lightly combine them with the
grapefrui. Chill at least one hour.
At serving time whip the cream
very stiff and fold into the
grapefruit - marshmallow mixture.
Pile in sherbet glasses and serve
as soon as possible. Lady fingers
are delightful with this rich but
not sweet dessert. The recipe
makes 4 portions.

KE 3-4310

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Men's Clubs

Montefiore Lodge will meet
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Dy-
namic Club, .17111 Third. Mrs.
SHAAREY S HO MAY I M Ruben Leipsig will review Irv-
MEN'S CLUB will present Dr. ing Wallace's "The Prize."
George Barahal, professor of ed-
ucational and clinical psychol-
ogy at Wayne State University,
MUSIC I ENTERTAINMENT !
in a lecture on "Mental Health
and Religion of a Jewish Child
and Teenager" 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day in the synagogue audi-
torium. Admission is free and
and his orchestra
refreshments will be served.
UN 1-2953
Friends are invited.
UN 3-6501
* * *
CONG. BETH MOSES MEN'S
CLUB will present a panel dis-
cussion on "Our Moral Cancer—
Does It Affect our Children?"
9 p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
gogue, 19160 Evergreen. Mod-
erator will be Mrs. Kalman
8xciusively
Bruss and panel members will
include Max Marshak, Mrs. Cole-
COMPLETE WITH
man Kovan and Mrs. A. Heide-
8x10 PRINTS IN
man. Refreshments will be
BEAUTIFUL

ALBUM
served. Everyone is invited.

By Mildred Grosberg Bellin

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Histadrut has announced the
sponsorship of a unique seven Golda Meir Signs
and-a-half week summer camp Pact for Technical
program in Israel, combining Aid with Tanganyika
travel, camping, sight - s e e i n g,
DAR ES SALAAM, Tangan-
sports, arts and crafts and com-
bined with guided tours of Euro- yika, (JTA) — An agreement
calling for technical cooperation
pean sectors of culture and art.
Enrollment in the Histadrut between Israel and Tanganyika
Summer Camp in Israel is open was signed here on behalf of
to American and Canadian boys the two governments by Mrs.
and girls between the ages of Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Min-
14 and 18. Histadrut summer ister, and Paul Bomani, Tangan-
camps are a non-profit educa- yika's Minister of Finance.
The agreement is actually a
tional project sponsored by the
National Committee for Labor confirmation of a program of Is-
Israel, in cooperation with the raeli aid to this country that
has been in progress for more
Histadrut in Israel.
Kashrut is strictly observed. than a year. The pact, said Bo-
Complete medical coverage from mani, "is confirmation of the
Kupat Holim, the sick fund of benefits Tanganyika has received
the Histadrut, will be provided through cooperation and assist-
to the campers free of charge. ance from Israel. This agreement
Charges cover the complete pro- will mark the continuation of
gram in Israel and Europe and long-established cooperation be-
air transportation in connection tween our two countries."
with the trip from New York to
Many Tanganyikans are now
Israel will be provided by Hista- undergoing training in Israel,
drut at no charge to the campers. and some have already com-
In a letter to the National pleted their Israeli courses, and
Committee for Labor Israel, have returned here to aid the
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion country's economy. Lsrael has
stated: "This is an educational also sent experts here in the
undertaking whose significance fields of agriculture, village
cannot be overestimated. It planning, economic development,
strengthens Jewish unity in the youth training and health. More
world, it enriches the life of Israeli experts are to be sent
Jewish youth in the United States here under the new pact.
and it is bound to bring a Cha-
lutzic Aliya to Israel which is the
greatest historic need of both Meyer R. Rubin Is
American Jewry and of Israel." Candidate for Judge
Meyer R. Rubin, 18626 Little-
InformatiOn regarding this pro-
gram can be obtained by calling field, is a candidate for judge of
UN 4-7094, or by writing to His- Detroit Common Pleas Court.
An accounting graduate of
tadrut, 19161 • Schaefer, Detroit
the University of Detroit who
35.
received his law degree from
Detroit City Law School, Rubin Literary Award Goes
Jewish Center Will
is a member of Adas Shalom to Kurt Grossman
Be Built in Florence
Synagogue, Louis Marshall
NEW YORK, (JTA)—The Al-
FLORENCE, Italy, (JTA) — Lodge of Bnai Brith, Craftsman bert Schweitzer Literary Award
Groundbreaking ceremonies Lodge, F.&A.M.; Shrine, Moslem for 1963 has been granted to
were held here for a new Jew- Temple, Zionist Organization of Kurt Grossman for his forthcom-
ish school and community cen- Detroit and the Historical So- ing volume to be published in
ter building to be financed by ciety of America.
Munich, Germany: "Karl von
the local Jewish community and
Ossietzky — A German Patriot."
the Conference for Jewish Ma- Novel Tells Story
Ossietzky, a leading anti-Nazi
terial Claims Against Germany
personality in Germany, was im-
through the Joint Distribution of Concentration Camp prisoned in a concentration camp
"Who Shall Live, Who Shall shortly after the Nazis rose to
Committee.
There are a total of 2,200 Die," by Daniel Stern (Crown) power, and died in their custody
Jewish children throughout is a novel dealing with the feel- a few years later. He was award-
Italy attending Jewish kinder- ings of guilt and the problems of ed the Nobel Peace Prize for
gartens, elementary and secon- responsibility encountered by 1935, but Hitler would not per-
dary schools in addition to one individual, Jud Kramer, a mit him to accept it. The author,
those enrolled in ORT's voca- man who saved himself and his Grossman, holds the desk for
tional schools and those attend- family from the "dead rolls" of German and Austrian questions
ing special Talmud Torah the concentration camps.
Jud's future, as an individual at the Jewish Agency in. New
courses.
and as a theater director, is in York.
In 1936 the Sholem Aleichem delicate balance when, years
School, Jewish Folk Schools and later Carl Walkowitz, a. man who Elsea Scored Record
Workmen's Circle Schools were knew Jud in the camps, knocks Sales Volume in '62
first included in the Allied Jew- on his door. A terrifying, almost
A record year in sales volume
ish Campaign, the Jewish Wel- Dostoievskian involvement with was experienced by the Elsea
fare Federation's annual fund this man makes Jud's mercifully Realty and Investment Co. for
forgotten past come alive again, 1962.
raising effort.
and threatens to destroy h i s
The 1962 sales volume of $14,-
marriage, his future and him.
906,252 was the largest volume
For Young Men #111
:i 6 to 60
of sales in the 33 year history
City of Hope Meets
of the Elsea firm. The volume
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SEVEN MILE at EVERGREEN
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