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February 12, 1982 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-12

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Births

Feb. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Mordechai Waldman
(Ruth Benjamin) of Oak
Park, a daughter, Etta.

Feb. 6 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Mark A. Schwartz (Merryl
Taitelbaum) of Farmington
Hills, a son, Scott Franklin.
* * *
Feb. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Allen L. Milgrom (Judy Le-
win), former Detroiters of

* * *

Feb. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Byron Siegel (Bobette
Smith) of Farmington Hills,
a daughter, Lindsay Ann.

Jan. 31 — To Hartley
Harris and Debi Chinsky
Harris of Southfield, a
daughter, Mychel Sara.
* *
Jan. 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kahrnoff (Barbra
Etkin) of Farmington Hills,
a daughter, Nicole Carla.

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Feb. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David Franklin Armstrong
(Lois Clamage) of Oak Park,
a daughter, Sara Elizabeth.

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Jan. 25 — To Mr. and
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Pines, Fla., a daughter,
Miriam Rivka.

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Jan. 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Stewart (Betty) White
of Oak Park, a daughter,
Marla Erin.
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Jan. 6 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Jay Neil Schapira (former
Detroiter Phyllis J. Bloom)
of Beverly Hills, Calif., a
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BBYO Activities

The AZA Basketball
League will meet Sunday at
Oakland Community Col-
lege, Orchard Ridge Cam-
pus. This week's games will
feature Herzl vs. Rose and
Kennedy vs. L'Chaim at
12:30 p.m. and Benny vs.
Posen and Samson vs.
Goode at 1:30 p.m. Goode,
Rose and L'Chaim AZAs are
tied for the lead of Division I
while Jolson AZA leads Di-
vision II. Current scoring
leaders are Mark Goldberg
and Jeff Mayer of L'Chaim
AZA with 29 and 2-5 points
per game; respectively.
Spectators are welcome.
Today is the deadline for
AZA seniors (12th grade) to
sign up for the AZA-Pisgah
Lodge Bowling Tourna-
ment, which will be held
8:45 a.m. Feb. 21 at West
Bloomfield Lanes. Admis-
sion is free, and breakfast
and lunch will be provided,
along with three lines of
bowling and trophies to the
winners. For information,
contact Gary Naftaly, AZA
special projects chairman,
968-2354.
Charlotte Rothsetin,
mayor of Oak Park; Marla
Parker, attorney; and
Karen Weiner, social
worker, will be the featured
participants at the annual
BBG-BBW program Feb.
28, co-sponsored by the
Great Lakes BBG Council
and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit. The pro-
gram will take place at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center at 10:45 a.m.
The program will begin
with aerobic dancing and
instruction, followed by a
salad bar luncheon, and a
panel discussion and
Table Talk on the topic,
"Women in the
Mainstream of Today's
World."
Registration for the pro-
gram must be done through
individual chapter
presidents and the deadline
is Feb. 19. For information,
contact Audrey Levine,
BBG coordinator, 356-5658.
Shalom Aviv BBG will
hold its third annual gym
and swim night 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 27 at the main Jewish
Center. All members of
AZA and BBG are invited.

Lavie Fighter
Project Approved

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
special committee of mili-
tary and economic experts
has recommended that
planning begin on the
"Lavie ;" the second genera-
tion Israeli-made figher
plane.
If work starts now, pro-
totype models should be
available for flight testing
about 1985 and the plane
should be in use in the Air
Force by the end of this de-
cade, the Defense Minister
said. Former Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman
welcomed the news, but said
that as far as he knew the
government had decided
two years ago to build the
plane.

Full use of the gym
facilities, indoor pool, in-
door track, and racquetball
courts will be offered. Re-
freshments will be served.
For information, contact
Sheryl Hollander, 851-
9457; or Dianne Lugosi,
681-5459.
BBYO announces the
opening of registration for
its summer leadership pro-
grams at the Bnai Brith
Beber Camp in Muk-
wonago, Wis. The Chapter
Leadership. Training Con-
ference will run from July
21 through Aug. 4.
The Shirkada is a 12-day
program that runs from
Aug. 5-16. The Shirkada
program is for BBYOers
who want to sharpen their
skills while learning the
latest techniques in teach-
ing Israeli dance and music.
Applicants may opt for
either program or for both
for a total of almost four
weeks. Scholarships are
available for CLTC. Anyone
interested should contact
Arnold Weiner, BBYO di-
rector, 552-8260.
BBYO announces the
availability of the Arlene
Vivian Moss Memorial Is-
rael Program Scholarship.
The scholarship is available
to registered members of
Michigan BBYO to enable
them to attend programs in
Israel. For applications,
contact the BBYO office.

Friday, February 12, 1982 53

Uses of. Plastics in Israel
Topic of Technion Society

"Innovative Uses of Plas-
tics in Israel," will be dis-
cussed by Dr. Joseph N.
Epel at the American
Technion Society — Detroit
Chapter meeting 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building. Louis Milgrom,
president of the Detroit
Chapter, will be chairman
of the meeting.
Dr. Epel will illustrate
his talk with slides. He is a
board member and a past
president of the American

t•-•-r

DR. JOSEPH EPEL

Technion Society, Detroit
Chapter; and on the advi-
sory board of Polymer Com-
posites, a journal of the
Society of Plastic
Engineers.
The public is invited.
There is nd charge. For in-
formation, call the Techn-
ion office, 559-5190.

Casserole
By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

1 cup raw rice
1 /2 packet onion soup mix
1 packet mushroom barley
soup mix
1 cup hot water
1 /2 cup orange juice
1/2 cup sliced fresh mush-
rooms
2 lbs. boned chicken breast
Spread rice on the bottom of
slightly greased casserole
dish. Mix mushroom soup mix
with hot water and orange
juice. Then add fresh mush-
rooms. Pour over the rice.
Then place the chicken on top
of the rice. Sprinkle onion
soup mix on the rice and chic-
ken. Cover the casserole and
bake for 11/2 hours at 350 de-
grees. Serves 4.

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