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February 11, 1983 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, February 11, 1983

Nosanchuks Add JNF Project on Their 75th

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MR. AND MRS. JACOB NOSANCHUK

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Nosanchuk, who recently
celebrated their 75th wed-
ding anniversary, have es-
tablished an additional
grove through the Jewish
National Fund in honor of
the occasion, in memory of
their late nephew, Mr.
Harold Murawnik, and in

honor of his widow and chil-
dren.
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 Nosanchuk. It
has since been expanded to
* *

Cash, Life Insurance Policies
Among Ways of Aiding JNF

Backers of land reclama-
tion projects of the Jewish
National Fund are re-
minded that support of the
JNF need not be monetary
in nature. Those unable to
make a cash contribution
can still aid by donating life
insurance policies to the
JNF or naming the JNF as
beneficiary.
Frank - Ellias, JNF vice
president for foundations,
said that when the JNF is
designated as the owner of a
life insurance policy while

the policy holder is still liv-
ing, the premiums to that
policy are tax deductible.
The Jewish National
Fund also accepts contribu-
tions in the form of real es-
tate and _objects of value
that can be converted to
cash, such as jewelry, art
work, silverware or an-
tiques. •
For information, call El-
lias, 352-1940; or JNF
Executive Director Edward
Rosenthal, 557-6644.

*

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The deadline is nearing to
reserve places in the Jewish
National Fund's first na-
tional assembly to be held in
Israel. The assembly, the
annual meeting of JNF
Council leadership from the
United States, will be held
in Jerusalem and Eilat
March 7-14, and will in-
clude tours to allow visitors
to inspect JNF projects in
Israel.
The fee includes round-
trip. air fare from New York,
tours and transportation in
Israel, luxury hotel accom-
modations, meals and tax
and service charges. If ar-
ranged prior to departure,
an extended stay of up to 60
days is available at no extra
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The itinerary includes as-
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pendence Park and Pitchat
Shalom. Special banquets
and dinners are planned,
and those attending will
meet with Prime Minister
Menahem Begin and JNF
World Chairman Moshe
Rivlin, as well as other Is-
raeli notables.
A special package to
attend the three-day In-
ternational Conference
on Soviet Jewry March
14-16 in Jerusalem is
axailable for a slight

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Thanks

to our friends
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their do-nations,

*

additional cost.
Reservations must be
made by Tuesday with de-
posit. For reservations, call
JNF-Detroit Executive Di-
rector Edward Rosenthal,
557-6644.

r H

BAR MITZVAS

Registration Deadline Nears
for JNF National Assembly

.

Manischewitz

a forest. The Nosanchuks
recently reclaimed eight
dunams (two acres) of land
in celebration of their 90th
birthdays.
Mrs. Nosanchuk is
active as a life member of
the Women of JNF,
Women's Division of
Bar-Ilan University,
Hadassah, Women of
Shaare Zedek Hospital,
American Mizrachi"
Women and other organ-
izations.
Nosanchuk is identified
with Bar-Ilan University,
Bnai Brith, Technion,
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah,
Shaare Zedek Hospital,
Raskin Free Loan Fund,
Kollel Institute, Old Age
Homes in the U.S. and Is-
rael, and Lubavitch.

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