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March 02, 1984 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fund Recalls
Late Resident

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Mig- ing at 6:30 p.m. March 11
dal Tzion will sponsor a followed at 7:30 by a general
city-wide Purim mas- membership meeting at the
querade ball 8:30 p.m. Youth House. Contact Josh
Saturday in the synagogue. Leopold, 548-3123, for in-
All youth in grades nine-12 formation.
For information all Bnai
are welcome. There is a
charge, and a discount will ' Moshe youth activities, con-
be offered to persons in cos- tact Leopold, youth director,
tume. Marc Ankerman will 548-3123.
* * *
provide music.
Plans are under way for
the
HASHACHAR,
the 1984 version of the Mig- Hadassah-sponsored youth
dal Tzion players Purim organization, announces its
play. Those interested in Ofie-Tzofie club (grades
performing at the three-eight) will see the folk
synagogue seuda should duo Gemini on Sunday,
contact Susan Knoppow, meeting at 1:45 p.m. at
851-2178.
Cong. Weth Achim. Mem-
Shabat services for all bers planning to attend the
youth are held at 10 a.m. concert should make reser-
each Shabat.
vations with Elana Harris,
* * *
355-3050.
BNAI MOSHE Chazon
The Bogrim Club (grades
United Synagogue Youth
will go to the Adat Shalom eight-12) will see Israeli
masquerade dance at 8:30 singer Chava Alberstein in
p.m. Saturday. There is a Ann Arbor Saturday, meet-
charge. For information ing at 7 p.m. at the main
contact Gordon Bodzin, vice entrance of Tel-12 Mall for
carpools. For reservations,
president, 357-1157.
Junior Congregation will call City Director Leslie
have services at 10 a.m. Dickstein, 661-1038.
The Bogrim Club will
March 17 at the Jewish
Federation Apartments. attend a convention in
Contact Marc Eichner, Lansing March 9-11. Mem-
bers who wish to attend
358-0065, for information.
There will be a Chazon should call Ms. Dickstein.
USY executive board meet- There is a charge for the

* * *

ZOA-Masada Summer Youth
Programs to Be Discussed

Dr. Elliot Burns, chair-
man of the Metro Detroit
ZOA's youth committee,
will introduce the program.
The session is open to high
school and college students
and their parents. There
will be refreshments.
ZOA-Masada offers
seven individualized
Sponsored by the Met- programs in Israel,
ropolitan Detroit District, which include a teenage
Zionist Organization of camp experience, teen-
America, the program will age tour, leadership
include a film, showing training course, summer
highlights of the 1983 Israel in kibutz, summer in a
summer programs with a moshav, Masada student
commentary by Isaac Lak- tour and Maccabi sports
ritz, national director of training supervised by
Masada, the youth move- top Israeli athletes.
For brochure and infor-
ment of the ZOA, and
former Detroit area partici- mation, contact the Detroit
ZOA office, 569-1515.
pants.

Zionist Organization of
America — Masada sum-
mer programs in Israel for
American youth aged 13 to
23 will be unveiled at a film
and orientation session at
noon Sunday in rooms 9 and
10 of the main United He-
brew Schools building.

* * *

Student Wins Math Prize

Sergei Makar-Limanov, right, an 11th grade stu-
dent at Akiva Hebrew Day School, received a bronze
award in the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competi-
tion. Presenting the award to him is Akiva Principal
Rabbi Sheldon Lapin.

weekend, and all meals will
be kosher.

* * *

YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH announces
sixth grader Aaron Kleid is
the winner of the school
spelling bee. First runner-
up was seventh grader Tzvi
Shlomo Friedman and fifth
grader Dovid Chaim Weis-
berg was the second
runner-up.

The Sally Allan Alexan-
der Beth Jacob School for
Girls winner was Tzriel
Friedman, sixth grade.
Seventh grader Susie
Cohen was the first
runner-up and eighth
grader Esther Sperka was
the second runner-up.
The winners will partici-
pate in a regional Detroit
News-Lawrence Institute of
Technology spelling bee
this month.

Home, in one form or an-
other, is the great object of
life.

The Hadassah H. Movsky
Memorial Fund, estab-
lished in memory of the
former Kalamazoo resident,
has been created to
benefit a new remediation
program at the Hillel
Academy of Denver, Colo.
For information about the
fund, write Rabbi Pesach
Lerner, executive director,
Hillel Academy, 450 S.
Hudson, Denver, Colo.
80222.

Prune Torte
for Passover

2 cups Sunsweet Prunes
1 cup sweet red wine
1 small stick cinnamon
1 strip lemon peel, 2x3/4"
4 large eggs, separated
1 /4 tsp. salt
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1 1/2 tbsps. lemon juice
1 /2 cup sifted matza meal
4 tbsps. potato starch
2 tsps. grated lemon peel
2 tbsps. granulated sugar for
filling
Powdered sugar
Combine prunes, wine, cin-
namon stick and strip of lemon
peel. Heat to boiling. Cover,
turn heat low; simmer 15 min-
utes, or until fruit is tender.
Cool, covered. Grease a
10x15x1-inch jelly roll pan and
line bottom with sheet of
waxed paper. Grease paper.
Beat egg whites and salt to
soft peaks. Gradually beat in 1/2
cup sugar, continuing to beat
to a meringue. With same be-
ater, beat egg yolks with re-
maining 1/4 cup sugar until
thick and light yellow. Add
lemon juice, matza meal and 3
tablespoons potato starch;
beat smooth. Stir in grated
lemon -peel. Pour over egg
white mixture; fold together
until no streaks of white re-
main. Turn into prepared pan;
spread level.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20
minutes, until top springs
back when touched lightly.
Cool in pan. Meanwhile, drain
prunes, saving liquid. Snip
prunes from pits into small
pieces.
Stir remaining tablespoon
potato starch and 2 table-
spoons sugar into prune liq-
uid. Combine with snipped
prunes; cook, stirring con-
stantly, until mixture boils and
thickens. Cool. When cake and
filling are cold, trim crusts
from cake. Cut cake crosswise
into 4 strips (10 inches long
and about 3 inches wide).
Spread 3 strips evenly with
prune filling, and stack to-
gether. Top with remaining
cake strip. Sift powdered
sugar over top. Cut into slices
to serve. Makes 8 to 10 serv-
ings.

Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
He will meet the
Shaarey Zedek havura
on Sunday, and on Wed-
nesday he will travel to
East Lansing, where he
will meet with Friends of
Israel and speak at the
New Covenant Church.
Jewish and Single of
Cong. Beth Shalom will
host Cifrony at an oneg
Shabat 8:30 p.m. March 9 at
the synagogue. His topic
will be "Three Million Ma-
vens: An Introduction to Is-
raeli Politics." All Jewish
singles are invited free of
charge. Refreshments will
be served.
For information on Cif-
rony's appearances in De-
troit or to engage him for a
lecture, call the DZF, 353-
8828.

Music By

SHELDON ROTT

and

VICKIE CARROLL

• Weddings
• Bar Mitzvas
Industrial Shows
Radio & T.V. Commer-
cials

"PROFESSIONAL ENTERTAINMENT'
354-0770

Stanley H. Kaplan

DZF Scholar Schedule Told

Detroit Zionist Federa-
tion scholar-in-residence
Gavriel Cifrony will kick off
his schedule today with a 1
p.m. interview by Mark
Scott on WXYZ radio.
On Saturday, Cifrony will
speak from the Bnai Moshe
bima and address on oneg
Shabat sponsored by
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
the Labor Zionist Alliance
and Histadrut.
At 8 p.m. Saturday, Cif-
rony will address the
Jabotinsky Society of Herut
Zionists of America at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris

Friday, March 2, 1984 55

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