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January 27, 1984 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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BBYO Activities

The AZA Basketball
League begins at noon Sun-
day at Oakland Community
College, Orchard Ridge
campus. Applications will
be accepted through Feb. 6.
Coordinator for the league
is Neal Zipser of Benny
AZA. League administrator-
is Dennis Brenner.
The next meeting of the
Great Lakes BBG Council
will take place at 7 p.m.
Thursday in the Dubin
Meeting Room of the Bnai
Brith building. Each chap-
ter is requested to send at
least three delegates. The
Great Lakes AZA Council
will meet at 7 p.m. Feb. 6 in
the same facility. Applica-
tions for coordinator of the
Elections Training Con-
clave in May will be ac-
cepted at each meeting.
Dora Savage BBG will
hold its fourth annual
dance, "A Savage Slumber
Party," 8 p.m. Feb. 4 at the
main United Hebrew High
Schools building. There is
an admission charge. Those
attending are asked to wear
pajamas and bring teddy
bears. For information, call
Elisa Golden, 557-9266; or
Shari Mickel, chapter
president, 557-9236.
Sen. Philip Hart AZA
will hold its second an-
nual rollerskating party 7
p.m. Feb. 9 at Bonaven-
ture Roller Rink. Prizes
will be awarded. There is
an admission charge and
a nominal skate rental
fee. For information, call
Bruce Wolf, 661-5444; or
Brian Kolender, chapter
president, 661-2161.
The Great Lakes BBG
Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council will hold a
joint program Feb. 5 at the
main United Hebrew
Schools building. Registra-
tion will begin at 10:30 a.m.
The theme of the program is

"Looking Good, Feeling
The Jewish Community
Good" and will feature a Center will present a pro-
multi-media program on gram in its Luncheon in the
Tay-Sachs as well as a Library series 12:30 p.m.
"Shape Up For Spring Ex- Thursday in the Center li-
travanganza," coordinated brary.
by Mira Linder. For ticket
Dr. Lynn J. Bennion,
information, contact the author of "Hypoglycemia:
BBYO office, 552-8260; or Fact or Fad?," will be the
the BBW office, 552-8150.
guest speaker.
Dr.
Bennion
was
Yachad BBG will hold
its annual Beau Dance 8 graduated magna cum
p.m. Feb. 11 at Shaar laude from the Harvard
Hashomayim Synagogue, Medical School and spe-
116 Giles Blvd., Windsor. cialized in internal
The dance is in honor of the medicine, endocrinology
chapter's 1984 beau, who and metabolism at Massa-
will be announced that chusetts General Hospital
night. Dress for the evening in Boston.
A practicing physician,
is semi-formal and
attendance may be dated or Dr. Bennion also teaches
stag. Refreshments will be at Stanford University
served. Tickets may be ob- School of Medicine as a
tained at the February AZA member of the clinical fa-
and BBG Council meetings
or at the door. For informa-
tion, call Johanna Winog-
rad, (519) 258-2727; or
Stacey Hochberg, chapter
By NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.)
president, (519) 966-6080.
BBYO announces the 4 tbsps. Sangria wine
tbsps. soy sauce
opening of registration for 4
2 tsps. sugar
its summer leadership pro- 1 tsp. onion powder
grams at the Bnai Brith 3 cloves garlic, crushed
Perlman Camp in Starlight, 16 chicken drumsticks
Pa. The International Kal- 1 /2 cup flour
lah program will run for 3-4 eggs, beaten
four weeks from June 28 oil
through July 25 and offers
Make a marinade of the first
an intensive experience in five ingredients. Place in shal-
Judaism.
low pan and add drumsticks in

Deep-Fried
Chicken

The International Lead-
ership Training Conference
(ILTC) is a three-week pro-
gram that runs from July 25
through Aug. 15. At this
program, Judaism, leader-
ship skills, and creative arts
are emphasized.
Applicants may opt for
either program or for both
for a total of seven weeks.
Scholarships are available
for both Kallah and ILTC.
Anyone interested should
contact Arnold Weiner,
BBYO director, 552-8260.

Kobaker Scholarship Offered

Cong. Beth Achim an-
nounces that applications
are available for the Samuel
and Dora Kobaker Schol-
arship for study in Israel.
Applicants must have
completed high school
studies, must be residents of
Michigan, must want to
pursue studies at an accre-
dited Israeli institution of
higher learning and must
be accepted for study for the
1984-1985 academic year at
the Israeli institutions to
which they have applied.

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BETH
SHALOM
MEN'S CLUB is still tak-
ing reservations for its an-
nual Tamarack retreat to be
held Feb. 17-19. Cost of the
weekend includes food,
lodging and materials.
Rabbi Joseph Gutmann,
professor of art history at
Wayne State University
and adjunct curator of the
Detroit Institute of Arts,
will be the guest speaker.
Non-members are invited.
For details, call Harry
Freind, 557-9557.

Jewish Center Lunch Series
Has Talk on Hypoglycemia

Deadline for the $1,500
grant is April 15. For appli-
cation, call the synagogue,
352-8670; or write .Kobaker
Scholarship Committee, c/o
Cong.Beth Achim, 21100
W. 12 Mile, Southfield
48076.
All applicants will be
interviewed by the schol-
arship committee.

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Prof. Zvi Gitelman will
discuss "Aliya and the Re-
settlement of Soviet Jews in
Israel" for the Einstein
Luncheon Forum of the
Zionist Organization of
America — Detroit District
at noon Monday at South-
field Charley's restaurant.
t For reservations, call he
ZOD, 569-1515.

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Lecture Series
for Senior Adults

The Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch of the Jewish
Center in cooperation with
the Detroit Institute of Arts
will present a four-week
series of lectures for seniors
beginning at 1 p.m. Feb. 3 at
the Morris Branch.
The first speaker in the
series will be Doris Burton,
who will render a slide pre-
sentation on "American
Art: Evolution During the
Revolution."
All senior adults are wel-
come, and admission is free.
For information, call Al-
lison Barash at the Morris
Branch, 967-4030.

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a single layer. Let them mari-
nate 1 1/2 hours, turning several
times. Remove chicken. Put
marinade in a bowl, and add to
the marinade slowly the flour
which already has been
mixed with the eggs. Stir and
make a smooth paste. Dip the
drumsticks in this batter, coat-
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fryer or deep pot. Fry legs for
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