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June 03, 1983 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-03

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34 Friday, June 3, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Max Nosanchuk Attains Life's Goal Earns High School Diploma

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Max Nosanchuk shared
in the most important civic
and Jewish movements and

reached high ranks in many
of them. He labored in the
ranks of Israel Bonds, the

Shaare Zedek Hospital and
similar causes, was their
honoree and chaired their

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community functions. He is
active in behalf of the He-
brew University and the
Jewish Natinoal . Fund, and
as an active Zionist he held
the treasurer's post in the
Zionist Organization of De-
troit and had leadership in
the Jewish National Fund.
While devoting himself to
these efforts he had one
dream: he craved for a high
School diploma and will re-
, ceive it on June 17 from the
Tyndall Center of the
Berkley School District.
Max enrolled in the Tyn-
dall Center program in Feb-
ruary 1982 and pursued the
complete course of study in
Max Nosanchuk is pictured with his teacher Sue
subjects that include
Malkin.
American history, algebra,
* *
biology, accounting and typ- Peterson the- Tydall coun-
ing.
selor, who encourages other
have them
Max has just- reached senior citizens to pursue
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his 74th birthday. His studies as Max did by cal-
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father died in 1926 and he ling her at 547-6500 for the

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had to cinit school to sup- necessary information.

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when he received. a earned a BA degree in 1964

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his home.
several years, she was a
His American history member of the teaching
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having Max in her classes. wedding anniversary.
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Praising his devotion, she
states:
"He has brought a wealth
of knowledge to the younger
students, and he has bef-
riended them, through his
worldwide travel experi-
ences and by living through
many historical events dis-
cussed in class, such as the
Great Depression and
World War II."
Max and several other
, students of various ages
are part of the gradua-
tion committee, and Max
has been instrumental in
securing Michigan State
Senator Jack Faxon to be
the guest speaker at the
commencement exer-
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The name of the
president-elect of Dimona
Chapter, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, was in-
correctly listed in the May
20 issue of The Jewish
News. It should have read
that Frieda Faigin is the
president-elect. The
Jewish News regrets the
error.

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