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July 12, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, July 12, 1974

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Woodland Named
for Saralee Bross

The late Saralee Bross will
be memorialized by a wood-
land of 2,500 trees, to be
planted in the Kiryat Shem-
ona area through the com-
bined efforts of her immed-
iate family and members of
the Young Women of Jew-
ish National Fund.
Mrs. Vicky Buckfire, pres-
ident of the Young Women of
Jewish National Fund, said
the woodland is in tribute to
"one of our most efficient
officers and devoted work-
ers."
A considerable portion of
the Saralee Bross Woodland
was purchased by her hus-
band, Sheldon, and children,
Michelle and Jeffrey, as well
as her parents and friends
of the family.
The woodland will become
a part of the Women of Jew-
ish National Fund Forest,
established in the Kiryat
Shemona area as a memorial
to the children killed when
their bus was hit by a terror-
ist rocket attack in 1970.

KiryatShemona Israeli Confident USSR Jews Integrating
Yaacov Alter, retired mem- in Poland during the regime transit zone and ask to be
Forest Named ber
of the Israel Sifriat of Wladislaw Gomulka. He sent to the United States?
staff, here on a said there were difficulties Alter responded that even if
for Nosanchuks Poalim
month's visit with his cousin, then but the youth have be-
th•

Max and May Nosanchuk
of Alta Vista, Southfield, will
travel to Israel later this
• WEDDINGS
year to dedicate a forest they
• BAR MITZVAS
have established in the Kir-
• SHOWERS
yat Shemona area. Nosan-
• PARTIES
chuk, who originally planned
CALL ANY DAY — ANYTIME!
Max and May Nosanchuk
Forest near Jerusalem, was
advised by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of the great need
Trying to make part of the for reforestation in the Go-
truth suffice for the whole is lan Heights, due to the rav-
ages of rocket fire during
an expensive economy.
the recent Yom Kippur War.
A visitor to Israel nine times,
ORIGINAL DESIGNS
Nosanchuk recalled the dev-
astation he saw following
IN STAINED GLASS
the Six-Day War. He agreed
FOR HOME OR OFFICE
that the forest would be of
the most benefit in the Kir-
yat Shemona area. Nosan-
chuk has been active in JNF
as well as the Allied Jewish
Campaign, Technion, ORT
MI 6-7272
and Mosaic Lodge of the
EVENINGS
Masons. He also is a past
president of Cong. Beth Aar-
on. Among Mrs. Nosanchuk's
Let The Professionals Perform
affiliations are Hadassah and
the Sinai Guild.

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,DRAPKIN
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only 50 or 60 per cent of
Allen Warsen, said he was come the most wholesome new arrivals from the USSR
confident that Russian Jews factor in the country.
remain in Israel, it'll be a
who are coming to Israel will
What about the Russian blessing for them and for
integrate well and will be an Jews who use Israel as a Israel.
asset to the country.
(Sifriat Poalim is the ac-
countancy service of Hash-
omer Hatzair).
Alter, a member of a
prominent family—his cousin,
Victor Alter, was a famous
writer who was among the
victims of Stalinism in the
tragic purge of Russia —
came to Israel 25 years ago.
He had escaped from Poland
to Russia, and served in the
volunteer forces in the Battle
of Stalingrad in the last war.
Describing the Russian im-
migrants in Israel as being
in two categories, the profes-
sionals and workers, he said
the latter have no difficulties
whatsoever. The former, he
said, encounter obstacles be-
cause their fields of endeavor
are overcrowded.
PONTIAC
BIRMINGHAM
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"Take as an example en-
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gineers for bakeries," he
pointed out. "Who needs such
engineers? Therefore it takes
time to get them settled.
Also, musicians are arriving
in scores and it is difficult
to place them in orchestras."
Alter said he was confident
the young Jews arriving
from Russia will find a
proper place in Israel. He
gave as an example Aliyot
Gomulka — the Jews who
arrived in Israel during the
tragic years of persecutions

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NEW YORK — A $500,000
of medical equipment left
New York for Natanya and
the soon-to-be completed
Laniado Kiryat Sanz Hospital,
the first such facility for the
Mediterranean city of
100,000.
Sidney Greenwald, chair-
man of the American Friends
of Laniado, said the equip-
ment represents the first in a
number of shipments to the
hospital. The transport in-
cluded equipment for the X-
ray, surgery and maternity
departments, which will be
the first to open at the hos-
pital.
At present, residents of
Natanya and its suburbs re-
ceive medical treatment in
Hadera Hospital and Kfar
Saba Hospital, in communi-
ties 35- and 45-minute car
rides away, along highways
with heavy traffic both day
and night.
Laniado Hospital is situat-
ed in the Kiryat Sanz section
of Natanya, an American
community founded several
years ago by the hasidic lead-
er, the Sanz-Klausenberger
Rebbe.
Laniado will also be the
first hospital outside of Je-
rusalem to be sponsored and
maintained under religious
auspices.

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