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Marathoner Nets
$13,000 For MS

Sheri Brown, 40, of Bloom-
field Hills raised over
$13,000 for the Multiple
Sclerosis Society when she
competed in the Detroit Free
Press Marathon in October.
It was her first marathon.
Brown, mother of four,
solicited contributions for

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her "mid-life crisis
marathon" by telephone and
mail.
She finished the run in
four hours, 39 minutes, 39
seconds with the help of Dr.
Marvin Aronovitz, who
coached her through the last
13 miles of the 26.2-mile
race.

Penner's 279
Is Loop Topper

Lori Penner, 21, narrowly
missed a perfect game when
she rolled 11 consecutive
strikes for a 279 to lead the
Galilee Tuesday League of
the B'nai B'rith Women's
Bowling Association. She
notched a high series of 597.

Beth El Men
Hold Sports Night

The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth El will hold its annual
sports night 6 p.m. Jan. 15.
participants will receive free
gifts from members of
Detroit's sports teams.
WXYZ-TV sportscaster
John Gross will speak and
there will be a special guest
athlete.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Temple Beth El,
851-1100.

B'nai B'rith Men's
Bowling Results

December 31, 1989
ZEIGER/GROSS
High Games
218-217
Jeff Moss
217
Brian Cohen
216
Alan Kanter
216
Keith Kingston
207
Jeff Feig

High Series

Jeff Moss
Alan Kanter

637
606

MORGENTHAU/L'CHAYIM
High Games
Mark Litt
225
Lou Dorfman
223
Hal Lempert
223
Al Yendick
220
Steve Kendler
216
High Series
Phil Perlstein
609
RENAISSANCE
High Games
Shel Rakotz
259-246-222
Jerry Penfil
234
Jack Gold
227
Dave Koloff
222
Dan Niss
213
Seymour Rubinstein
209
High Series
Shel Rakotz
727
Jerry Penfil
620
Dave Koloff
611
PISGAH
High Games
Shel Rakotz
257
Gary Weiss
254
Mike Goodwin
235
Bill Zavier
231
Lyle Schaefer
228
High Series
Shel Rakotz
697
Gary Weiss
650
Ron Goodman
644
Lyle Schaefer
641
Larry Schechter
613

I NEWS I

Jewish Congress
Seeks Survivors

New york — The Australian
government has requested
the assistance of the World
Jewish Congress for a war
crimes investigation it is con-
ducting into allegations of
murder committed by the
Ukrainian police in and
around the village of
Berezovka (Beresowka) dur-
ing World War II.
The murders were commit-
ted during the period 1941 to
1943. The village of
Berezovka is located in the
Ustinovsky district,
Kirovograd region of the
eastern part of the Ukraine.
Other villages and cities in-
clude Krivoy Rog, Novo Bug,
Bobrinets, Novo Petrovky,
Kovalevka and Ustinovka. To
aid in this investigation, they
are seeking survivors who liv-
ed in any of these locations
before or during the war.
If you are a survivor of one
of these locales or have infor-
mation relevant to the ac-
tivities of the Ukrainian
police in these specific towns
and villages, please write to
Mrs. Bessy Pupko, World
Jewish Congress, 501
Madison Avenue, New York,
N.Y. 10022, (212) 755-5770.
The Australian government
has assured that all informa-
tion provided will be treated
in the strictest confidence.

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