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July 16, 1982 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-16

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THE fitiROit JEWISH NEWS

Ex-Detroiter
Is Honored

Attention All Haircoloring Patrons

MARY JO'S SALON

is a participant in

NATIONAL HAIRCOLOR MONTH.

And to celebrate, Clairol is
offering you a $5 rebate.

Just a few of our customized creative coloring ideas:

Rembrandting, Carmelizing, Flamingo
Luminize and glossing.

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PAUL'S

Anai Brith Activitie

Former Detroiter Sally
Sussman of Houston, Tex.,
DOWNTOWN - FOX
was given the Pulaski - LODGE will hold its an-
Rauch Kovod Award of the nual day-long picnic Sun-
Jewish Community Center day at David Shepherd Park
of Houston "for the quantity Area No. 4, Oak Park.
and quality of work done on There will be races and
behalf of the senior adults, prizes for boys and girls age
the Jewish Center and the 3 to 12. There also will be an
Jewish community."
Mrs. Sussman taught for
40 years in the Detroit Pub-
lic Schools. She retired in
1974.
At the Houston Center
she is active in senior adult
programs and is a volun-
teer, with her husband Sam,
at hospitals.
Mrs. Sussman also is ac-
tive in Hadassah, Bnai
Brith and Women's Ameri-
can ORT.

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egg-throwing contest bet-
ween teen-agers, couples,
and senior citizens. Hot
dogs, soda pop, coffee and
tea will be available. Wives,
children and grandchildren
are invited.

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Bond Event Totals $292,000

for further details.

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Friday, July 16, 1982

THURS. & FRI. 10 am - 8:30 pm

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Shown at the recent Oakland Century Lodge din-
ner which sold $292,000 in Israel Bonds are, from left:
Ralph Miller, Dr. Howard Dubin, guest speaker Emil
Cohen, honoree and Mrs. Maurice Rosender, Nathan
Rubenstein and Adat Shalom Synagogue's Rabbi
Efry Spectre and Cantor Larry Vieder.

Max Nosanchuk to Be Cited
at Marshall Suburban Event

The Louis Marshall Sub-
urban Lodge will hold an Is-
rael Bond tribute dinner on
Aug. 3 at Cong. Beth
Achim.
The event is scheduled for
7 p.m., with cocktail recep-
tion at 6:30 p.m.
Honored at the event will
be Max Nosanchuk, a long-
time supporter of Bnai
Brith and the Israel Bond
program. Nosanchuk will
be the recipient of the Lion
of Judah Award.
The honoree has been a
member of the Israel
Bonds Prime Minister's
Club for seven years. He
is an active participant in
the Allied Jewish .Cam-
paign, the American
Technion Society, the De-
troit Roxind Table of the
National Conference of
Christians and Jews, the
Zionist Organization of
America, the Jewish As-
sociation for Retarded
Citizens and ORT.
He is a founder of the
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion, Bar - Ilan University,
Hebrew University, Met-
ropolitan Detroit Lubavitch
and Shaare Zedek Hospital
in Jerusalem.
Nosanchuk is a past pres-
ident of Beth Aaron
Synagogue and is a member
of Cong. Beth Achim. In ad-
dition to his membership in
the Marshall Suburban
Lodge, he holds member-
ships in Oakland Century
and Pisgah lodges.
Born in Rubleh, Russia,
Nosanchuk immigrated to
the U.S. in 1921. He has
been married to his wife
May for 51 years. They are
the parents of three sons
and have four grandchil-
dren.
The couple are life
members of Sinai HoSpi-
tal Guild. They have do-
nated the Max and May
Nosanchuk Family
Forest, through the

MAX NOSANCHUK

Jewish National Fund, in
Iiiryat Shmona, Israel.
He has visited Israel 17
times, including missions
on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal and Israel
Bond Prime Minister's con-
ferences.
Chairman of the Mar-
shall Suburban Israel Bond
dinner is Alfred I. Stebbins;
lodge president is Charles
Fink.
For reservations call Carl
Pearl, 838,5384; Stebbins,
358-1747; or the Israel Bond
office, 557-2900.

Lung Agency
to Meet at Sinai

The American Lung As-
sociation's Breathers' Club,
meeting in cooperation with
Sinai Hospital will gather 7
p.m. Tuesday at the Shap-
ero School of Nursing adja-
cent to the hospital.
For details, call the lung
association, 961-1697.

Osteopathy
Grads Named

Gary E. Ross and Steven
R. Klein, both of Southfield,
received Doctor of Os-
teopathy degrees from the
College of Osteopathic
Medicine of the Pacific in
Pomona, Calif.

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