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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-12

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16 Friday, November 12, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Communal Congratulations Are Extended
on Nosanchuks' 75th Wedding Anniversary

Nov. 28 will be the seldom
matched social event of the
year.
It will be the occasion for
acclaim to the Jacob Nosan-
chuks on their 75th wed-
ding anniversary.

The couple were mar-
ried Dec. 27, 1907 in Rub-
lia in Byelorussia.

Nosanchuk came to the
U.S.
in 1913 to make a bet-
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ter life for his family. He
had served in the Russian
Army.
The couple had two chil-
dren, but Ida and the chil-
dren did not come to the
U.S. until 1920. She sup-
ported herself and the chil-
dren by working in the
fields and sewing. In 1922, a
third child was born.
Nosanchuk retains a

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The couple are in-
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communal activities.
Through the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, the couple
planted a forest of 10,000

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The Nosanchuks have
planted four groves in Is-
rael, including one grove
honoring the 35th wedding
anniversary of their son and
daughter-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph (Betty) Nosan-
chuk. It has since been ex-
panded to a forest. Ida
Nosanchuk is a life member
of the Women of JNF.
Mrs. Nosanchuk's other
affiliations include: life
member of the Women's Di-
vision of Bar-Ilan' Univer-
sity; Hadassah; Women of
Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem: Mizrachi
Women; Jewish Home for
Aged Women's Auxiliary;
and the Ladies Auxiliary,
Detroit House of Shelter.
During World War II, she
helped at the USO, provid-
ing as many as 1,200 sand-
wiches at a time.

Her husband is a
member of Hadassah
Associates, and a life
member of Zager-Stone
Lodge of Bnai Brith. He
helped build and reno-
vate six Bnai Jacob
synagogues as the
Jewish community
moved northwestward.

The couple have dedi-
cated a room in Shaare
Zedek Hospital in memory
of their daughter, Mrs. Rose
Raskin. They have estab-
lished the Raskin Free Loan
Fund. In addition, they
have endowed a room in the
United Old Age Home in
Jerusalem and a dormitory
room and classroom in Bar-
Ilan University.
They also contributed to
the establishment of a
chair at the Technion in
Haifa, in honor of Philip
Slomovitz. They are long
time supporters of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and are Israel Bond Guard-
ians.
Nosanchuk is honorary
president of the Kollel Insti-
tute for advanced learning.
He is honorary president of
Cong. Beth Jacob and the
Ezras Achim Turover
Society, of which he has
been a member for more
than 60 years. He served as
president of Cong. Bnai
Jacob for more than 25
years.
Nosanchuk is vice
president of Cong. Mishkan
Israel Nusach H'Ari. He has
served as gabbai of the
Turover Cemetery for 35
years, and has been on the
board of Chesed Shel Emes
for 50 years.

Shamir Says Arabs Bluffing
When Favorable to Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The intensive political ac-
tivity in the Arab, world
which seems to adopt a pos-
itive attitude toward Israel
is merely a psychological
tactic intended to mislead
Israel, Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir said at the
Knesset Wednesday.
Wednesday.
Replying to a motion to
the agenda by Alignment
Knesseter Yossi Sarid,
Shamir said the purpose of
this activity is to establish a
Palestinian state in Judea,
Samaria and Gaza. Sarid,
for his part, asked the gov-
ernment for an affirmative
reaction to this activity, to
put to a test the Arab inten-
tions.
Sarid asked that the
Knesset discuss the state of
the peace with Egypt, but in
his speech, Sarid devoted
only little time to the peace
with Egypt. "The peace
treaty is as good as dead," he
said, "and the only way to
save it is to make other par-
ties join the negotiations."

tion agreement, the freeze
of trade and culture ex-
changes, and the current
campaign against Israel in
the state-controlled Egyp-
tian press. What is the point
of looking for other Arab
countries to negotiate with
when Egypt is not keeping
the peace treaty, he asked.

Shamir charged Egypt
with never having fully
honored the terms of the
peace treaty and the
promises made by its
leaders to Israel.

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Shamir charged that in
recent months Egypt has
been the scene for a drive of
hatred and incitement
against Israel, its govern-
ment and the Jewish people,
"which could only be corn-
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and most anti-Semitic of the
regimes."
He called on Egypt to quit
the deviations from the
peace treaty and return to
the only path to a just solu-
tion — the road of Camp
David.
Shamir counted several
indications of Egypt's fail-
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peace treaty: Egypt's unim-
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clauses in the normaliza-

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asked, "Are you saying
that as long as Egypt does
not keep all the terms of
the agreement, we should
not look for other Arab
countries as partners in
peace talks, is that the
government's position?"

Replied Shamir: "It is not
the operative position. All I
am saying is that this is the
logical conclusion." He said
all the current Arab dip-
lomatic activities have
made no mention of peace
with Israel.
At Shamir's suggestion,
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with Egypt was transferred
to the foreign affairs and de-
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