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June 20, 1986 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-20

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• Bloom 06 Bloom •

YOUTH

• Registered Electrologists •

Students Win
UHS Scholarships

The United Hebrew Schools
High School, in cooperation with
/ — the Joint Scholarship Commis-
sion of the Woman's Auxiliary
and the endowment funds of the
United Hebrew Schools, has an-
nounced the winners of the 1986
Israel summer scholarships.
The following students were
recipients of the scholarships:
Susan Allen, Eric Bronstein,
Marci Finkelstein, Howard
Freedland, Avram Friedman,
Cindy Friedman, Michelle
Hubert, Freya Katkowsky, Jef-
frey Kaufman, Michael Nodler,
Brian Rosenblatt, Julie Sacks,
Michael Sasson, Theresa
Shimansky, Todd Steam, Larry
Tepman, Oren Traub and Miriam
Weiner.
The Joint Scholarship Com-
mission is made up of members of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the
UHS and members of the UHS
board of directors. The money
comes from various funds which
have been given to the UHS for
scholarship purposes. Friends of
the UHS who are interested in
providing scholarships to Israel
should contact Dr. Gerald A. Tel-
ler, 354-1050.

Hashachar Names
Youth To Posts

Maida Wassermann and Yale
Goldis were recently elected ad-
ministrative vice president and
newspaper editor, respectively,
for the Michigan Region,
Hashachar-Young Judaea 1986-
\ 1987 executive board.

Maida is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Fredric Wassermann of
/-= West Bloomfield, Yale is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Goldis of
Farmington Hills.
Other members of the execu-
tive board are: Becky Pearlman
and Seth Weinberger of East
/- Lansing, David Orlowski of
• Jackson and Mary Stone of Flint.

Hashachar-Young Judaea is a
Zionist youth movement spon-
sored by Hadassah.

/

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Used Cars — Leasing

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Excluding all other offers and specials
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Excludes other specials WHILE QUANTITIES LAST

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at West Bloomfield Lanes.
Individuals. or Teams.

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"My favorite activities are arts and crafts,
swimming and boating."



Elissa Ash
To Study In Israel

Elissa Ash of Hungtington
- Woods will. attend the
Hashachar-Young Judaea Year
in Israel Program beginning in
September. She will live on Kib-
butz Ketura in the Arava for 3 1/2
months, with a moshav family for
> one month, study in Jerusalem
• 2 1/2 months and work for three
months in a development town
near Safed.
Elissa is a 1986 graduate of
Cranbrook Kingswood School in
Bloomfield Hills. She is the im-
mediate past president of
Hashachar-Young Judaea
• Michigan Region and the daugh-
/—') ter of Dr. and Mrs. Allan Ash.

Amy Schavrien (5th grade)

"Camp Tamarack is set on a beautiful lake. My
counselors name is Danny. He is from Israel:It is
very interesting to learn about Israel."



David Kessler (5th grade)

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Jodi Lesnick (5th grade)

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JEFFREY METZ program director AVIVA PANUSH
team supervisor RUTH LEDERMAN Jewish program supervisor RON MILRAD
nature supervisor SARA HENNIS projects supervisor DAN FLESHER
drama supervisor HELEN UTCHENICK sports supervisor RANDY KAZDAN

directed by

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for entering
2nd - 5th grades

Call 661-CAMP for
spaces available.

SHIRTS LAUNDERED

With any incoming shirt laundry order of $5.40 or more No
duplication of this coupon. Excludes other specials. Expires
JN
July 19, 1986

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