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March 27, 1981 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, March 21, 1981

Communal Achievements Highlight
the Nosanchuks' 50th Anniversary

It's Spring

A score of local and na-
tional movements, Jewish
and civic, will join the chil-
dren and grandchildren of
Mr. and Mrs. Max (May)
Nosanchuk in honoring
them on their 50th wedding
anniversary, at a dinner at
Knollwood Country Club,
April 4.
Born in Russia, Nosan-
chuk came to Detroit in
1921 and married the
former May Ostrow, also a
native of Russia, in 1931.
The couple came to Detroit
where they began a long
career of communal service
in 1940.
A world traveler, Nosan-
chuk toured many lands, in-
cluding China, England,
France, Italy, Switzerland,
Mexico, Holland, Japan,
Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey,
Greece, Egypt, Spain, South
Africa, Czechoslovakia, Au-
stria, Hungary, Romania,

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Denmark, Sweden and
Norway.
With his wife, he visited
Israel numerous times,
often on United Jewish
Appeal missions.
He was a Shaare Zedek
Hospital honoree and
chaired several of its events.
He was the awardee of
many citations by Israel
Bonds and was chairman of
the collections and re-
enrollment committee last
year. He was elected Zionist
Organization of Detroit
treasurer in 1979 and
served on the boards of
Cong. Beth Achim, ZOD,
United Hebrew Schools,
Jewish National Fund and
American Friends of He-
brew University.
Among his communal af-
filiations, Nosanchuk in-
cludes Bnai Brith, Bar-Ilan
University, Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and
Jews, Mosaic Lodge of the
Masons, Lubavitch, Ameri-
can Jewish Committee,
Sinai Hospital Guild (life
member) Men's ORT and
the American Technion
Society.
He has been active in ef-
forts on behalf of the Allied
Jewish Campaign for 35
years and has been a
member of the Prime Minis-
ter's Club of Israel Bonds for
five years.
Nosanchuk is the past
president of the former
Cong. Beth Aaron.
Mrs. Nosanchuk was edu-
cated at Wayne State Uni-
versity, where she earned

Egypt to Miss
Fair in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
There will be no Egyptian
publishers among the 350
participants in the 10th in-
ternational book fair to take
place in Jerusalein begin-
ning April 6.
The Jerusalem munici-
pality conducted informal
negotiations with Egypt to
attend the fair, but Egyp-
tian officials indicated al-
ready several months ago
that "the time was not ripe."
Therefore, Mayor Teddy
Kolek told a press confer-
ence Tuesday, no invita-
tions were sent either to the
Egyptian government, or to
any Egyptian publishers.
Some 46 countries will
participate in the fair, in-
cluding countries which do
not maintain diplomatic re-
lations with Israel.

endowed a three-bed
patient room, Rehabilita-
tion Center, in the Shaare
Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem.
Their children are: Mr.
and Mrs. Harry (Sally)
Nosanchuk, Dr. and Mrs.
Jerry L. (Judy) Nosanchuk
and Joel Nosanchuk. The
senior Nosanchuks have
four grandchildren.

bachelor's and master's de-
grees in education. She
worked for many years as a
substitute teacher in the
Detroit and suburban
school systems.
She is the co-supervisor of
the language department of
the Sinai Hospital Guild
and coordinated Yiddish
and RussiaR-speaking in-
terpreters to assist Russian
Jews at Sinai Hospital.
She holds membership in
Cong. Beth Achim's sister-
hood, Sinai Hospital Guild
(life member), JNF (life
member), Hadassah (life
member), Bnai Brith,
Women's American ORT
and American Friends of
Hebrew University.
Together the couple
donated the Max and
May Nosanchuk Family
Forest on behalf of the
JNF in Kiryat Shmona,
Israel. They also

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