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February 24, 1989 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-24

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I NEWS I

i ROCKY MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE

Reagan Names
10 To Holocaust

An innovative program for campers completing 10th grade; includes:
• 4 weeks at Sea-Gull as a counselors aide".
• 4 weeks traveling through Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and Idaho.
• Activities such as hiking, alpine skiing, white-water rafting,
and mountain biking.
• Fully supervised by specialized Sea-Gull staff.

For further information about this
or any of our camp programs
— please contact —

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the Schulmans - (313) 851-1318

CAMP5EA-GULL

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Do You Go South
For The Winter?

DOUBLE YOUR CLOSET SPACE

Receive Rent Credit.
UP TO 2 MONTHS FREE!
Independent Living Apartment
Rentals Only.
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THE CLOSET SYSTEMS CO.

*Offer Limited. Some restrictions may apply.
Applicable to new lease only.

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/FAIR PRICES
• CUSTOM DESIGN
• QUALITY INSTALLATION

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Harbor Island Spa: 2 for 1 Starts March 5th

• 1 set per household

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7 Days A Week
24 Hour Service

RSVP STATIONERS

• Invitations • Weddings • Accessories
• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs • Social Papers • Calligraphy

SPECIALIZING IN
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1989

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Harvey Schwartz
348-7259

AIRPORT SERVICE RIDE LIKE THE STARS

Limousine $3509ewa y
Car Transportation $2509„ay

For $ 35 00 An Hour

For Any Occasion

Washington (JTA) — Presi-
dent Reagan, in one of his last
acts before leaving office,
named 10 new members to
the U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Council and reappointed
three others, all to five-year
terms.
The council, which is made
up of 55 persons appointed by
the president and 10 mem-
bers of Congress, is the gover-
ning board for the U.S. Holo-
caust Museum being built
near the Washington Monu-
ment.
Those reappointed to the
council are: Benjamin Meed,
New York, a Holocaust sur-
vivor and president of the
American Gathering of Jew-
ish Holocaust Survivors; Dr.
Hadassah Rosensaft, New
York, a Holocaust survivor
and lecturer and author on
the Holocaust, and Edward
Rosen, chairman of the. Ray-
mond Rosen Co., Conshocken,
Pa.
Among the new members
appointed to the council are
William Brock III, who was
Labor Secretary in the
Reagan administration, and
Alan Kranowitz, who was
Reagan's assistant for legis-
lative affairs.
The other new members
are: Marshall Ezralow, presi-
dent-of Marshall S. Ezralow &
Associates, Reseda, Calif.;
Louis Kestenbaum, board
chairman of Americorp
Equities inc., Brooklyn, N.Y.;
Arie Kopelman, president
and chief operating officer of
Chanel, Inc., New York.
Also, Michael Moskow, vice
president of Premark Inter-
national Inc., Deerfield, Ill.;
and Sanford Sigoloff, chair-
man, president and chief ex-
ecutive officer of Wickes Com-
panies Inc., Santa Monica,
Calif.

TRAVEL I

Workshop Due
On Passports

There will be a passport
workshop from 9:30 a.m .to 3
p.m. March 8 in Room 115 of
the Southfield Parks and
Recreation Building, 26000
Evergreen.
Those applying for a new
passport need proof of citizen-
ship, certified copy of a birth
certificate„ two passport
photos and a driver's license
or other picture I.D.
For passport renewal, bring
the old passport and two re-
cent identical photos. There is
a charge for passports and
renewals.
For details, call Sol
Gelbman, 354-4717.

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