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December 03, 1982 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, December 3, 1982

Nosanchuk 75th Anniversary
Turns Into Communal Salute

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A Nosanchuk social func-
tion developed into a com-
munity fete attracting
nationwide attention.
Yakov and Chayke —
Jacob and Ida — Nosanchuk
were celebrating their 75th
wedding anniversary, and
the assembled 250 guests
included some 100 who were
either themselves Nosan-
chuks or members of the
family by marriage or a bit
remotely. Guests came from
_ two privinces in Canada, a
dozen cities in five states in
this country.
The interest aroused by
the unusualness of a couple
married for three-quarters
of a century drew acclaim
from 17 major Jewish
movements. Each was re-
presented by a prominent
person, and they collec-
tively provided acclaim for
an occasion that occurs very
seldom in human experi-
ence.
In fact, the Guiness Re-
cords show that the
longest period of a mar-
ried life in the world re-
cords is 81 years. When
Yakov _Nosanchuk was
told about it, the 94-
year-old celebrant, who
remains active, drives his
car in the daytime,
attends synagogue serv-
ices regularly, said: "I
think we'll make it ..."
and there was a nod from
92-year-old Ida.

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4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

REDUCED PRICES ON DRINKS

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SPECIALS

p.m.

to 6

p.m.

SERVING COMPLETE GREEK CUISINE

• Cocktails

LUNCH and DINNER

• American Dishes

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* FILET OF SOLE ALMONDINE

$5.50
Hamotzi.

STUFFED
CABBAGE
$5.50
Windsor's Cong. Shaar
Hashomayim Emeritus I BRAISED SHORT RIBS OF BEEF
Rabbi Samuel Stollman, ♦
ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, VEG$5.., 75
another cousin, applied ,
POT. & BREAD BASKET
the Nosanchuk's life
cycle to the "bridging
generations and experi- ♦
ences." He drew upon
manuscripts in the Bible
Commentaries - of his
father, the late Rabbi
Isaac Stollman, to indi-
cate the bridging of gen-
$4 10 or under
$ 695 adults
erations as well as the
changes in residences
SPECIAL ENTREES
that marked the captur-
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ing of the American
spirit, rooted in Judaic 4 BEAT THE RUSH! ORDER YOUR
values, by the celebrating
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couple who were immig- *
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rants who captured the ♦♦4 4P• ►11 11P ∎∎∎∎∎ ■ •• ■ ∎∎ ■ 10 ♦ +
spirit of this land and
contributed their Jewish
devotions to it.
Jacob Nosanchuk re-
sponded for the couple with
reminiscences, with rededi-
cation in spirit to the many
causes with which he was
affiliated, as well as the
numerous movements
which involved his wife Ida.
This reaffirmation of devo-
tion became additionally
evident when their son, Dr.
while choosing your cake
Joseph Nosanchuk, ac-
we invite you to be our guest for a
knowledged the presence of
FREE ESPRESSO,
representatives of 17 na-
tional movements who
FREE CAPPUCCINO,
came to honor the Nosan-
or FREE cup of COFFEE
chuks. Among those repre-
sented were:
present this coupon — valid thru December 31
American
Technion
Society, Metropolitan De-
over 30 varieties of cheesecake
troit Chapter of Hadassah,
gourmet baked goods
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah,
and these special layer cakes
Jewish National Fund,
Zager-Stone Lodge and
BLACK FOREST
6.95
Downtown-Fox Lodge of
w/whipped cream and cherries ... it's devilish!
Bnai Brith, Council of Or-
CARROT CAKE
thodox Rabbis, Israel His-
7.95
w/cream cheese frosting and nuts
tadrut Campaign, Hillel
Day School, Mizrachi and
FUDGE CAKE
7.95
w/gobs of fudge ... it's chocolatey good!
Bar-Ilan University, He-
brew Benevolent Society,
"BLACKOUT" N.Y. style
8.95
Cong. Mishkan Israel
w/chocolate cream cheese frosting and plenty of nuts!
Nusach H'Ari, Turover
Society and Cong. Ezras
phone in orders — 855-5488
Achim, Cong. Bnai Jacob-
Located in the rear of Tally Hall
Kollel Institute, Akiva He-
Loehmann's/Hunters Square Mall
brew Day School, Shaare
14 Mile at Orchard Lake Road
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Dr. Joseph Nosanchuk,
the celebrants' son, greeted
the guests and family, wel-
comed the organizational
representatives, and before
he had concluded reading
the list of movements and
organizations — all of them
on the supporting list of the
Nosanchuks' generosity —
he began to receive notes
that there were many other
smaller groups who wished
to be included among those
greeting the Nosanchuks on
such an historic occasion.
Added to the unusual in
this event was its five-
generational aspect. There-
fore the genealogical appli-
cation emerged of added
interest. Dr. Joseph Nosan-
chuk's daughter, the celeb-
rants' granddaughter, Be-
- verly (Mrs. Alfred) Toboc-
man recited a script she had
written defining the
genealogical, listing chil-
dren, grandchildren,
great-grandchildren.
• Cousin Phillip Stollman
led in the reciting of the
Benshen. Another cousin,
Max Nosanchuk, recited the

THE
CHEESECAKE
FACTORY
at Tally Hall




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