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July 20, 1984 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-20

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The AZA Softball League
will conclude Sunday at
Southfield High School. At
9 a.m., two playoff games
will be held in which the top
team in the standings will
play the fourth team and
the second team will play
the third team. Then, at
10:30 a.m. the cham-
pionship game will be
played.
Beber AZA continues un-
defeated in the league at 6-0
while Samson AZA is
runner-up at 5-1. Spectators
are welcome.
SHEMESH BBG will
hold a car wash on Sunday

is Norber, center, receives the annual Arlene Vivian Moss
rael Program Scholarship from Ida Moss, left. Norber 's
other, Charlene Norber, is pictured at right. A former
ember of Akiba AZA and a current member of Ruach
A ,Norber has been social chairman, regional convention
airman, corresponding secretary and is chapter president.
e scholarship was established in 1970 by Mr. and Mrs.
1Moss in memory of their daughter and is presented to a
whigan Region AZA or BBG member who is attending the
YO Israel Summer Institute.

Unit marks
twentieth year

Cling. Beth Abraham
Mel Moses's nursery
hool will begin classes in
ptember.
The school will service
ungsters age 2% - 5 years
two, three, and five half-
y classes. Extended-day
tions that can include
eakfast and/or lunch also
available. Head teacher
Anita Jacobs.
Ms. Jacobs has an M.A.
gree in early childhood
ucation, and has taught
any nursery programs for
e United Hebrew Schools.
Class size is limited. Ap-
lication forms are avail-
le at the synagogue office,
5 1-6880. '

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Denn, Judy Grenn, Delores
Rosen, Nancy Weiner, vice
president, section coor-
dinators.

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`Surprise' party

Copenhagen (ZINS) — A
number of Israeli media
correspondents were sur-
prised to find themselves on
the receiving end of invita-
tions to a dinner at the
Saudi Arabian Embassy in
Copenhagen earlier this
summer, the Hebrew daily
Davar reported.
Despite the misgivings of
some correspondents, and
the feeling that the invita-
tion might have been issued
by mistake, a number of Is-
raelis attended the dinner
at the Hotel Scandinavia
and reported that there was
no mention whatever of Is-
rael in a negative context,
Davar said.

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LOCAL NEWS

Harriet Jacobson was re- sity of Michigan School of
ntly installed as president Education, Mrs. Jacobson is
f the Michigan Region of a life member of National
omen's American ORT.
Council ofJewish Women, a
A graduate of the Univer- member of Hadassah, De-
troit Women for Bar-Ilan
executive committee and is
active, in the Women's Di-
vision of the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
Elected to serve with her
are: Ruth Rosenfeld, chair-
man of the executive com-
mittee; Janet Berman,
Bonnie Cousens, Susan
Cuttner, Mary Lee
Fishman, Freda Jackson,
Dorothy Rubin and Pauline
Schreiber, vice presidents;
Louis Sandberg, treasurer;
Paula Glazier, financial
secretary; Francene Kap-
lan, secretarn Bea Cohen
arriet Jacobson
corresponding secretary;

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frorn,10 a. . until 3 p.m. at
Dun n., onuts Plaza,
28775 Northwestern High-
way, Southfield.
Six Michigan BBYOers
will attend the BBYO In-
ternational Leadership
Training Conference, a
three-week leadership pro-
gram held at the B'nai
B'rith Perlman Camp in
Starlight, Pa., beginning
Wednesday. Attending are
Emily Burns of Ahavah
BBG, Jon Shapiro and San-
ford Aaron of Akiba AZA,
Brian Shapiro of Brandeis
AZA, Andrea Jaron of Brice
BBG and Lisa Velick of
Shoshanna BBG.

New York — The. Memo-
rial Foundation for Jewish
Culture will hold its 20th
Anniversary Celebration
July 23-26 in Jerusalem.
Israel's President Chaim.
Herzog will open the three-
day event at a special cere-
mony at the Western Wall.

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Washington (JTA) — The
157, Jews in 67,000 house-
holds in Washington's met-
ropolitan area are about six
percent of the area's total
population, about twice the
average proportion of Jews
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The data came from a
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