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August 25, 1978 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-25

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12' Friday, August 25, 1918

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THE DETROIT lEWISH NEWS

Bonds to Honor Nosanchuks at Sept. 26 Testimonial Fete

Cong. Beth Achim and
the state of Israel will honor
Max and May Nosanchuk
on the occasion of an annual
dinner on behalf of State of

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Israel Bonds, to be held 6:30
p.m. Sept. 26 in the
synagogue's social hall. The
dinner also will mark the
participation of the congre-
gation in celebrating the
state of Israel's 30th an-
niversary.
The honored couple,
long-time members of the
synagogue, will be the reci-
pients of the State of Israel's
30th Anniversary Award,
"in tribute to their inspiring
service to their congrega-
tion, the community and the
cause of Israel."
Nosanchuk is a former
president of the Cong. Beth
Aaron and has worked on
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign 35 years. He has been
a member of several UJA
missions to Israel.
After the Yom Kippur
War he saw the devasta-
tion caused by rocket fire
in the Kiryat Shmona
- area of Israel. It was
there he provided the
funds to establish the
Max and May Nosanchuk
Forest. He has been a
member of the Prime
Minister's Club of State
of Israel Bonds for four
years, and an active par-
ticipant in many Israel
Bond campaigns.

Max Nosanchuk, left, Israel Bond leader and
recipient-elect of the state of Israel's 30th Anniver-
sary Award at a Cong. Beth Achim Tribute Dinner
Sept. 26, is shown with Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan
at the Israel statesman's home. Nosanchuk partici-
pated in the inaugural conference of Israel Bonds
Ambassador's Society of Trustees, his 14th visit to the
Jewish state.
American Jewish Commit-. cation in 1967, specializing
tee, the Detroit Round in language teaching. She
Table of National Confer- serves as co-chairman of the
ence of Christians and Jews,
language department for
and is a life member of Sinai
the Jewish Family Service
Hospital Guild.He has and the Sinai Hospital Wo-
made 14 trips to Israel, his men's Guild and assists
most memorable in 1972 Russian immigrants.
when, with granddaughters
Mrs. Nosanchuk is life
Carol and Linda, he visited
member of the Jewish
with David Ben-Gurion at National Fund and Sinai
the Israel statesman's Hospital Women's Guild.
home. His latest visit to Is- She is also active in
rael was made this past Hadassah Hospital, ORT
Nosanchuk is a board July, when he accompanied and the sisterhood of
member of Zionist Organi- the Detroit-area delegates Beth Achim.
zation of America, Ameri- to the inaugural conference
Leonard Herman is tri-
can Friends of Hebrew Uni- of State of Israel Bonds Am-
bute dinner chairman. For
versity, Jewish National bassador's Society of Trus-
information and advance
Fund, Shaare Zedek Hospi-
tee s .
dinner reservations, call the
tal and Bar-Ilan University.
Mrs. Nosanchuk received Israel Bond office, 968-
He also is active in Techn- her master's degree in edu- 0200.
ion, ORT, Bnai Brith,

No one needed tips on operating a hand fan efficiently.

Back in the days before high-speed
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people depended on hand fans and
cold lemonade to keep them cool
during hot summer months. And
quite frankly, there wasn't much
you had to know about operating
efficiency. Today, with convenient
modern air conditioners, most
people can keep cool with the push
of a button. But air conditioners are
a major electrical appliance. So, to
keep them running efficiently and
economically you have to maintain

and use them properly. That's why
Detroit Edison offers you the fol-
lowing air conditioning tips. Keep
the air filter clean. Close all win-
dows and shade out hot sunlight.
Check to see that nothing blocks
the flow of cool air. Always keep
your air conditioner on a moderate
setting, and on central units, set
your thermostat at an appropriate
comfort level but no lower than
759 By following these simple tips

you can keep cool, conserve energy

and save a lot of money. Enough
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Town's Only
Jewish Teen

STARLIGHT, Pa. —
Staying Jewish in Biggar,
Saskatchewan (pop. 2500;
Jewish pop. one family), is
no easy feat, but Estelle
Hock, 17, of Biggar has
made Judaism the focal
point of her life — with help
from the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization (BBYO).
Biggar's sole Jewish
teenager is winding up her
summer as coordinator of
BBYO's international lead-
ership training
and
Judaism programs at Bnai
Brith Perlman Camp in
Pennsylvania.
When she goes to college
later this year, she will
major in Jewish studies.
She is also planning to go to
Israel — not as a tourist but
to consider aliya.
In 1976, Estelle partici-
pated in BBYO's interna-
tional summer Kallah
here, the organization's
most intensive program
of Jewish living and
learning. At first, she was
scared. Most of the other
80 kids at Kallah had al-
ways been around
Jewish people and lifes-
tyles. For her, this was a
new experience;
Before long, though, she
was questioning and debat-
ing with the staff of rabbis
and social workers, singing
folk songs in Hebrew and
dancing Israeli dances.
During the Kallah, par-
ticipants are exposed to all
the legitimate Jewish al-
ternatives and no single one
is preferred. Besides the re-
sident faculty of social
workers, rabbis from vari-
ous backgrounds, and
specialists in Hebrew lan-
guage, dance and music,
there are many guest
speakers.
When Estelle went home
to Biggar in 1976, she was
determined to integrate
Jewish observance into her
life. She began to keep the
as fully as possible.
also persuaded her fam-
ily to introduce elements of
Jewish dietary laws, al-
though kosher meat was
unavailable. She brought
home $100 in Jewish refer-
ence books which she read
thoroughly and consulted
frequently.
Last year she was
elected coordinator of all
BBYO's international
summer leadership train-
ing programs, including
the Kallah, the Interna-
tional Leadership Train-
ing Conference and the
BBG International Con-
vention.
Although her parents
would prefer her to study
something more conven-
tional and job-oriented, Es-
telle says she will pursue
her Jewish studies in col-
lege, first in the United
States and then in Israel.

Named to Posts

Michigan residents Mrs.
Robert C. Anderson has
been elected president, and
Mrs. David Williams cor-
responding secretary of the
National Lawyers Wives.
Mrs. Ira Kaufman has been
named Law Day chairman.

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