Women's Group Donates to Histadrut
Members of the Jewish Women's European Welfare Organization
donated $2,500 to the Histadrut Scholarship Fund. With the chairman
of the Detroit Israel Histadrut Campaign, Morris Lieberman, are
(from left) Mesdames Leo Laufer, Jack Feder, Morris Miller,
president, Mollie Baseman and Dora Lichterman. Not shown is Mrs.
Morris Haut, president of the North Woodward Branch.
Broadway Actor Sam Levene
to Be at Bond Sponsor Fete
The Detroit Israel Bond Women's
Division will launch its Israel 20th
Anniversary Year Campaign at a
dinner for those joining or re-en-
rolling in the honor societies of
trustees, builders and sponsors of
Israel 6 p.m. Jan. 7 in the Casino
Room of the Sheraton Cadillac Ho-
The affair will be hosted by
Mesdames Louis Berry of the steer-
ing committee; Louis M. Elliman,
also of the steering committee; Da-
vid Pollack, sponsor and executive
board chairman; Morris L. Scha-
ver, chairman of the division; Sid-
ney Schwartz, women's builder
chairman; and Max Stollrnan, past
chairman of the women's division.
For the HY Spot
Of Your Affair
And His Orchestra
Sam Levene, Broadway and Hol-
lywood actor who will be starring
in the comedy "The Impossible
Years" at the Fisher Theater Jan.
8-Feb. 3, will be a special guest.
Dr. Jacob E. Goldman, director of
the Ford Motor Co. scientific lab-
oratory, will be the speaker.
Levene has appeared in more
than 50 Broadway productions and
in more than 50 motion pictures.
The dinner will be preceded by a
Radomer Group Plans
The annual Radomer Hanuka
Dinner-Dance will take place 7
p.m. Sunday at the Labor Zionist
A cold plate dinner, cocktails
and lathes will be served. Prizes
will be awarded.
Dancing will be to the music of
Eric Rosenow and_his Continentals.
Tickets can be purchased at the
MA in Education
Criterion Club Slates Holiday Party
The Criterion Club for single ad- Jimmy Angel to head the floor-
ults will hold a Hanuka ball 9 p.m. show during the dance intermis-
A Southfield grandmother who Sunday at Workmen's Circle Cen- sion.
never went to high school gradu- ter.
Social mixers, prizes and re-
ated with a masters degree in edu-
freshments will complete the eve-
The pubic is welcome.
cation from Wayne State Univer-
George Grossett and his orches- ning's fare.
For information, call vice-presi-
tra will provide the music for
At commencement exercises in dancing, with radio and TV singer dent Bertha Miller, 532-78'70.
Cobo Hall. Mrs. Max Nosanchuk
18225 Alta Vista, culminated 10
years of higher education. The 56-
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year-old mother of three sons has
been substitute teaching in Farm-
ington elementary schools since
she received her bachelors degree.
Mrs. Nosanchuk, who came to
this country from Russia at age
10, completed the eighth grade in
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a New York nubile school, but
because of hardship in the fam-
ily she went to work. With her
sons grown "and nothing to do,"
she decided to go back to school.
Getting into college was not all
that easy. "My wife and I thought
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she'd never pass the entrance ex-
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am." Nosanchuk readily admits.
Mrs. Nosanchuk's love of reading
helped her into college, however,
and she passed the first hurdle. a
Although Mrs. Nosanchuk found
it difficult at first to discipline her-
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self as a student, she managed to a
maintain a B average on a mod-
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erately heavy course load. Her dil-
igence paid off.
The wife of a builder, Mrs. Nos-
anchuk has two grandchildren. One
son is to graduate from osteopathic
college in June.
Arab Women Learn
New Role in Israel
LONDON — The emergence of
Arab women in Israel from the
passive existence traditional in the X
Arab world to an active life char- 11
acteristic of modern Israeli women' is
was described here by one of their
leaders. She is Mrs. Nelly Karkabi,
a Christian Arab women's leader, Jrn
who is a member of Moetzet Hapo-
alot. one of the largest women's
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service organizations in Israel. She
is visiting here as a guest of their
sister organization, Pioneer Women
of Great Britain, and was intro-
duced at a reception given in her
honor at the +louse of Commons
Tuesday by Labor MP Margaret
Herbison. Earlier, this fall she was
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16,000 Arab women enrolled in
Moetzet Hapoalot and spoke of its ji
clubs 'in almost every Arab vil-
lage" and in large population cen-
ters where Arab and Jewish mem- a
hers mingle freely.
She said that one of the factors mr
helping Arah women to cast off
their passive role is their equal =I
status under Israeli law. As an
example, she noted that girls are j.
not permitted to marry before he
age of 17 and must attend school,
just as boys do. a
Mrs. Karkabi said that there are a
300,000 Israeli Arabs, of whom 1mi
200.000 are Moslems, 70.000 Chris-
tians and the rest Druze and mem-
hers of other faiths. They all have IN
full religious freedom under the mg
law. Mrs. Karkabi said that while
Arabs did not serve in the Israel MI
army during the Six-day War, they 1r
worked in agriculture and in es- IN
sential industries. "Many of them
donated blood as a token of their
Mrs. Karkabi said that there are
She expressed the hope that the
Arab countries will realize that ■
there is room for all in the Mid-
dle East "which could become a
virtual paradise under conditions It
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19126 W. McNichols
12710 W. 7 Mile Road
12 to 5 P.M.!
Detroit Socialies for single ad-
ults from age 30, will hold a Hanu-
ka Dance 9 p.m. Sunday. at the a
Sholem Aleichem Institute.
Music Will be provided by the G.
and G Orchestra. There will be
social mixers, favors, a prize, and!
refreshments served by the club
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