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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-30

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JNF Women to Hear Israeli, Russian Artists

Yeshiva Students Get Uniform Exam

NEW YORK — Some
1,200 students from 70 area
yeshivot met at eight re-
gional test centers through-
out greater New York this
month to participate in the
Uniform Entrance Exam-
ination Program for yeshiva
high school admission. The
test is administered by the
BJE Testing Service, which
is serviced by the Board of
Jewish Education of Great-
er New York in cooperation
with the National Commis-
sion of Torah Education.
Now in its fourth year, the

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testing service enables
eighth-grade day school stu-
dents to take only one ex-
amination in general studies
and one in Judaic studies,
when applying for admis-
sion to any of the 22 mem-
ber schools of the Yeshiva
High School Principals'
Council of Metropolitan
New York. This holds true
even if they apply to all 22
schools.

Israeli and Russian musi-
cal artists, Michael Eingorn
and Victor Shulman, will be
featured at the 48th annual
donor tea of the Women of
Jewish National Fund noon
Jan. 10 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
This will be the culmina-
tion of the 1977-78 donor
drive to raise funds for the
completion of the $250,000
Youth Camp in the Ameri-
can Bicentennial Park in
Israel.

Deadline Extended

NEW YORK (JTA)—The
American Zionist
Federation announced that
the deadline for receiving
ballots for the U.S.
delegates to the World
Zionist Congress has been
extended to Jan. 9.
Wine is a mocker, strong
drink a brawler; none who
reels under them is wise.
—Proverbs

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MICHAEL EINGORN

Known as the Israeli-Rus-
sian Duo, Eingorn, xylo-
phonist, and Shulman, sing-
er and pianist, have
combined to produce a pro-
gram of Yiddish, Hebrew
and Russian songs.
Eingorn has been living in
Israel since 1972, having

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Union. He was first prize
winner in the international
music competition in Mos-
cow. He is a graduate of the
Leningrad Conservatory.
Eingorn appeared in many
concerts in Moscow, Lenin-
grad and other cities in the
USSR.
He represented the Soviet
Union in concert tours in
Japan, Germany, Austria,
Finland and in 32 other
countries in Europe, Asia
and Africa. Since coming to
Israel, he has appeared in
many concerts and toured
with the U.S. and Canada in
the "Here is Israel" produc-
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The Greater Detroit Sec-
tion of the National Council
of Jewish Women will spon-
sor a forum for the single
Jewish parent 1 p.m. Jan. 8
at Oakland Community Col-
lege, Orchard Ridge Cam-
pus, Farmington Hills.
Building J.
There will be six work-
shops with professional re-
source people covering top-
ics of interest to those who
are raising children alone.
Maintenance of Jewish life,
legal and financial informa-
tion, career and life plan-
ning and parenting issues
will be analyzed and identi-
fied by the participants in
the workshops. Young par-
ticipants age 8-12 and 13-17
will have their own forums.
Child care will be available

for the younger children.
The keynote address will
delivered by Dr. S. Mor-
ton Altman, educator,
writer and director of the
Florence G. Heller Jewish
Welfare Board Research
Center, New York Qty.
For information or to reg-
ister. call the National
Council fo Jewish Women,
557-9604. There is a charge.

Declaring Dec. 25
Nosanchuk Day in Oak
Park, on the occasion of
the 70th wedding
anniversary of Jacob and
Ida Nosanchuk, Mayor

David Shepherd paid honor
to the couple at the family
dinner in their honor
Sunday evening at the
Hampshire House.

RABBI BERKOWITZ

Moscow Conservatory. He
also completed a five-year
conducting course and has
composed a number of
songs, ballads and more. He
began giving concerts at
age 18 with his own group
throughout Russia. He has
also appeared on radio and
TV. He came to the United
States in 1976. His record,
"The World of Russian
Song," has just been re-
leased.
Rabbi William Berkowitz,
newly elected national pres-
ident, will be guest speaker.
For donor information,
call the JNF, 968-0820.

Hillel House Hosts
Rabbi Lipszyc

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Rabbi Yitzhak Lipszyc
will speak at an oneg Shabat
8:30 p.m. today at Hillel
House, 14400 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park, for the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation's
winter program.
Rabbi Lipszyc, director of
the Chabad House on
Wheels, will speak on "The
Chabad Movement: its His-
tory and Current Status."
Refreshments will be
served. For information,
call the Hillel House, after 7
p.m., 968-2324.

Hadassah EYE Bank Day Set
Funds Aid Education in Israel

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Nosanchuks
Given Honors
by Community

The celebrants' son, Dr.
Joseph Nosanchuck and
their grandson, Gordon
Suber of Flint, presided at
ceremonies marking the
event. A Michigan
Legislature resolution was
among the honors accorded
the Nosanchuks and there
were messages from
Governor Milliken, Senator
Donald Riegle and others.
To mark the occasion, a
certificate signifying the
planting of the Nosanchuk
Forest in Israel was
presented to them in behalf
of the Jewish National
Fund by Mrs-. Philip
Slomovitz.
Recognition signifying
their generosity to many
causes were expressed in
behalf of Technion and
Bar-Ilan University by
Philip Slomovitz, Rabbi
Moshe Polter for Chabad,
Rabbi and Mrs. Joshua
Sperka in behalf of Shaare
Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem and the
Mizrachi movement.
Leonard T. Kendler
presented greetings on
behalf of Bnai Brith, the
Turover Society and Cong.
Ezras Achim.
Joseph Borenstein
brought the appreciation of
Kollel institute for Higher
Learning and Bnai Jacob
Synagogue. There were
encomia from other
movements.
Meyer Cooper, president
of Chesed Shel Emes.
presented a tree certificate
as a supplement to the one
marking the planting of
the Nosanchuk Forest in
Israel. .
Members of the
Nosanchuk family
participated in a
candlelighting ceremony
and JacobNosanchuk
responded, reminiscing
about the 63 years of
communal activities in
which he and his wife of 70
years participated in
Detroit.

Auditions Slated
for 'Wizard of Oz'
Show in Hebrew

Preparing for the Metropolitan Detroit Chapter of Hadas-
sah's annual EYE (Emphasis on Youth Education) Bank
Day are, from left: Mary Saidman, chairman of the day;
Diane Klein, vice president of programming; Doris August
and Ellen Rothenberg, EYE Bank co-chairmen; and An-
nette Meskin, fund-raising vice president. The annual event
will take place 12:45 p.m. Jan. 12 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Israeli vocalist Gadi Elon will entertain. The EYE Bank
project of Hadassah provides funds for Hadassah's educa-
tional services in Israel. Among the recipients of Hadassah
funds are the Hadassah Comprehensive High School -
Seligsberg-Brandeis, the Hadassah Community College and
the Hadassah 'Vocational Guidance institute. Admission to
the EYE Bank affair is by the contribution of a filled EYE
bank. For information, call Hadassah House, BR 3-5441.

Auditions for the United
Hebrew Schools' production
of "The Wizard of Oz" will
take place 2-4 p.m. Jan. 15
in the LaMed Auditorium of
the main UHS building.
Students in the elemen-
tary and high school units of
LTHS are invited to audition.
The play will be presented
to community groups during
Israel-Expo '78 in spring.
The play will be producec
in Hebrew.

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