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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Center Camp to Inaugurate
Sailing Program This Year

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The Jewish Community
Center will inaugurate a
program in sailing for youth
in grades seven through
nine during its summer day
camp program July 28-July
23 and July 26-Aug. 20.
The coed program will
focus on the fundamentals
of seamanship, sailing, rac-
ing techniques, boat
maintenance and rules of
,the water. Enrollment is
limited.
The sailing program will
be directed by Bernard
Wolf, head of the Center's
men's health club. Wolf
holds a master's degree in
physical education from
Southern Connecticut State
University. Prior to his cur-
rent post, he was the direc-
tor of health and physical
education at the Hartford
(Conn.) Jewish Community
Center.
Wolf is certified by the
U.S. Coast Guard Power
Squadron in boat safety
and holds .national
YMCA scuba certifica-
tion. He is a member of
the American Red Cross
Water Safety Committee.

In addition to sailing,
other specialty camps are
offered. Among them -are:
tennis and sports, gymnas-
tics and dance, safari and
teen caravan.
For children in kinder-
garten through sixth grade
there is a full-day camp ex-
perience and a half-day plan
with optional child care is
offered for pre-school and
kindergarten-age young-
sters.
Early registration dead-
line is May 1. Parents who
enroll- their children before
May 1 will be entitled to a
fee reduction. There is an
extra charge for the child
care option.
For brochure and infor-
mation, call Cindy Starman
at the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 252..

Israeli Culture
Programs Offered

While the exhibit and
sale entitled, "Artists and
Craftsmen of Israel Now,"
continues in the Ham-

BERNARD WOLF

burger Lobby of the Jewish
Community Center, Gary
Bertini, Detroit Symphony
Orchestra music adviser,
will speak in the DeRoy
Studio Theater on "The De-
velopment of Israeli Sym-
phonic Music" at 2 p.m.
Sunday.
Bertini is the final
speaker in the Israel Cul-
ture Series co-sponsored by
the Israel Information and
Resource Center and the
Jewish Center.
In 1978, Bertini was
awarded the Israel State
Prize for music, the highest
honor awarded to civilians
on the occasion of the 30th
anniversary of the state
Israel. There is an admis-
sion charge to the Bertini
lecture.
At 3:30 p.m., The
Bikurim Israeli Dance
Concert will be pre-
sented. The group, con-
sisting of dancers, musi-
cians and a singer, will
perform a selection of
dances and original mus-
ical arrangements repre-
senting various elements
of Jewish culture.
Following the perform-
ance Bikurim will teach the
audience some simple Is-
raeli folk dances, after
which will be request danc-
ing. Refreshments will be
served. Admission to the
Bikurim Dance Concert is
nominal.
For information, call the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 250.

Passover Recipes Offered

COFFEE SPONGE CAKE
12 oz. package Passover
sponge cake mix
3 tbsps. Brim instant coffee
6 eggs
1 /4 cup water
Stir Brim (kosher for
Passover) instant coffee
thoroughly into box of mix.
Combine and bake cake as di-
rected on box. Frost with Cof-
fee Whipped Cream if desired.

1 cup grape halves
1/2 cup maraschino cherry
halves
1 /2 cup shredded coconut
Gradually add milk to sof-
tened cream cheese, mixing
until well blended. Add remain-
ing ingredients; mix well. Chill
several hours or overnight.
Makes 8 to 10 servings. Varia-
tion: Add 2 bananas, sliced,
just before serving.
** *

COFFEE WHIPPED CREAM
1 cup heavy sweet cream, cold
11/2 tsps. Brim instant coffee
2 tbsps. sugar
Place Brim instant coffee
and cold sweet cream in a chil-
led bowl and whip until it starts
to thicken. Add granulated
sugar gradually and beat until
just thick enough to hold its
shape. Spread on top and
sides of Coffee Sponge Cake
or other cakes.
* * *
PASSOVER
PEACH FRAPPE
3 tbsps. instant Maxwell
House, Yuban or Sanka cof-
fee
11/2 cups cold water
1 can (16 oz.) sliced peaches,
chilled
1 pint vanilla kosher-for-
Passover ice cream
Crushed ice
Dissolve instant coffee in
cold water in a medium bowl.
Reserve 5 small peach slices
for garnish, if desired. Com-
bine remaining peaches with
syrup, and about 11/2 cups of
the ice cream in blender con-
tainer. Blend at high speed
until smooth. Add to coffee
mixture; blend well.
Serve in tall glasses over
crushed ice or pour into punch
cups. Top each serving with a
small scoop of the remaining
ice cream. Garnish with re-
served peach slices. Makes
about 5 cups or 5 large or 10
small servings.
* * *

MOCHA SPONGE CAKE
12-oz. package Passover
sponge cake mix
2 tbsps. Maxim instant coffee
6 eggs, separated
1 /4 cup water
11/2 ounces bittersweet choco-
late, grated
Stir Maxim instant coffee
into package of mix. Combine
ingredients and bake as di-
rected on box. While folding in
beaten egg whites,- add the
grated chocolate. Frost, if de-
sired, with Coffee Fluff.
** *

TANGY "PHILLY"
FRUIT SALAD
3 tbsps. milk
1 8-oz. package kosher-for-
Passover Philadelphia
Brand Cream Cheese
2 11-oz. cans mandarin orange
segments, drained
1 20-oz. can pineapple chunks,
drained

Couple Tells
Wedding Plans

BY A
PROFES5i0NAL
ART16r
ALL WORK 14
ORI&INAL, CALL
DEBBY
851- 8786

GET

Music Students Plan to Gather

The Student Group of
Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will meet
2:30 p.m. Sunday in the
home of Jim Daitch, 4154
Nearbrook, Bloomfield
Hills.
Students are welcome.
Part of the afternoon will be
spent reading through
music in various ensembles.
Participants are requested
to bring instruments, a
favorite piece of music and a
stand.
Flavio Varani, concert
pianist and artist-in-
residence at Oakland Uni-
versity, will be the guest
speaker at 2:30 p.m. April
25 in the home of Michael

Adelson, 25401 Tweed,
Franklin.
For information, call Kim
Rosner-Doelker, student
group counselor, 476-6907.

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Supervised by the Israel Ministry of Education with the coop-
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COFFEE FLUFF
1 tbsp. Maxim instant coffee
5 tbsps. water
2 egg whites, unbeaten
11/2 cups brown sugar
Dash salt
Dissolve Maxim instant cof-
fee in the water. Place all in-
gredients in top of double
boiler over rapidly boiling
water. Beat constantly with
hand or electric beater until
frosting stands in a peak on
beater. Spread on cake. Gar-
nish with walnut halves.

Friday, March 26, 1982 53

MISS BRUCKNER

Mrs. Bertha Bruckner of
Zurich, Switzerland, an-
nounces the engagement of
her daughter, Derit, to
Richard Harold Schostak,
son of Mr. Jerome L. Schos-
tak of Franklin and Mrs.
Asher N. Tilchin of Far-
mington Hills.
Miss Bruckner, daughter
of the late Mr. Dov Bruck-
ner, and her fiance are stu-
dents at Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity in Ramat Gan, Israel.
A June wedding in Jerus-
alem is planned.

Fear, hatred and envy can
explain much of the racial
and religious animosity on
our planet.

THE COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS OF
GREATER DETROIT, is pleased to announce that an
agreement has been'reached with BORMAN'S INC., for
a MASHGIACH (SUPERVISOR) to be present each
THURSDAY beginning with MARCH 25, 1982, at the
FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT of the FARMER JACK -
DEXTER DAVISON SUPERMARKET (10 Mile and
Coolidge - Oak Park), from 9 to 5 p.m.

This supervision applies only to the fresh fish and to
those fillets - which are prepared at the counter. There is
NO supervision at any other department of the store.

The COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS expres-
ses its thanks to BORMAN'S INC., for their cooperation
in this matter.

We wish the Jewish community a HAPPY AND
KOSHER PESACH.



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