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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

music is

A SURE THING
FOR A GREAT
PARTY!
Johnny Chase
Wilmot

Jerry Fenby
Fenby-Carr
Shelby Lee
- Eric Freudigman
Carl Ryding
George Brooks
• VIS-A-VIS
Sheldon Yellen
Caricaturists

Shaare Zedek Hospital friends
will honor Pearl Nosanchuk

The annual luncheon to
benefit Shaare Zedek Hos-
pital's School of Nursing
will take place at noon July
24 in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Nusbaum,
26575 Willowgreen,
Franklin.
Three years ago a schol-
arship committee under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Pearl
Nosanchuk, luncheon hon-
oree, was formed in order to
support the School of Nurs-
ing which is affiliated with
the Shaare Zedek Hospital
in Jerusalem.
The school was estab-
lished in 1936 by the famous
Schwester Selma who died
this year at age 100.
With the construction of
the New Shaare Zedek Med-
ical Center across Mt.
Herzl, the school was
greatly expanded and has

now teaching and living
facilities for over 200 stu-
dents. The Helen Fuld
Foundation, which provides
educational equipment for
outstanding schools of nurs-
ing throughout the world,
has chosen Shaare Zedek as
a recipient of such support.
In 1982, the Detroit
Friends of Shaare Zedek
Hospital adopted a complete
beginner's class of 26 stu-
dents, providing them with
the total cost of education,
housing and living ex-
penses.
Mrs. Nosanchuk will be
honored "in recognition of -
her tireless work and her
enthusiastic involvement in
this project."
Mrs. Miriam Shenkman
is chairman of the program.
Alex Roberg, chairman of
the Detroit Friends of

BRIGHTON

FRESH AIR SOCIETY'S

IDEAL SITE FOR ELEMENTARY CHILDREN
ENTERING 2nd-5th GRADES

Pearl Nosanchuk

Shaare Zedek Hospital, an-
nounced that Dorit Rogers,
head nurse of the pediatric
dialysis unit of Shaare
Zedek Hospital, will ad-
dress the July 24 meeting.
The Detroit community is
invited. For reservations,
call Beatrice Feigelman,
569-2312; Michelle Platt,
545-3065; Ilse Roberg,
968-0684.






three 19-day sessions
9-day Sports Skills/Performing Arts Camps
caring, sensitive staff
bunk, individual choice, and Jewish programs
swimming, arts and crafts, sailing, dance, canoeing, nature cen-
ter, animal farm, sports, dance, tennis, Shabbat celebration.
Call 661-0600 for these programs and Camp Maas, Teen Travel
Trips, Israel Teen Mission. Scholarships are available for qualify-
ing families.

Semi-Annual

Summer Clearance

MEN'S SUITS &
SPORT COATS

B'NAI B'RITH SING-
LES (35 and up) will have a

picnic at 1 p.m. July 15 at
the Southfield Civic Center.
Kosher hot dogs and pop
will be available for pur-
chase.

Nearly 50 organizations from the Jewish and general
communities were represented at a recent planning meeting
for the "Precious Legacy" exhibit, to be held in Detroit next
March 13-May 15. Taking part were, seated, from left:
Dulcie Rosenfeld, host committee chairman; Janet Landay,
assistant curator for the Detroit Institute of Arts' Educcition
Department; Carolyn Greenberg, host committee
co-chairman; and, standing, from left: Renee Wohl, director
of Midrasha College of Jewish Studies and coordinator for
community programming; and Carol Auerbach, staff
coordinator for the Jewish Welfare Federation, which is
overseeing al communal programming in conjunction with
the exhibit. Joyce Cohn also is co-chairing the host
committee.

Oasis
ABZ Orchestra
Primos
Harry Teichert Strings
Raymon Carbone
Perfect Blend
Mariachi Band
Smiling Faces

Tom Ploeger
Loving Cup
Divertissement
Jay Valle
Tim Hewitt & Feelings
Johnny Griffith
Design In Music
Eric Harris

CAMP TAMARACK

SINGLES

Winners of the Nathan and Meyer Fishman Family
Scholarships are, bottom row, from left: Lydia Grand,
Rachel Tessler and Mimi Keidan; and top row, from left,
Seth Korelitz; Nathan Fishman, scholarship benefactor;
and Jeff Kahana. The Fishman Family provides
scholarships to high school students for study in Israel.

Friday, July 6, 1984 23

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ADULTS ASSOCIATION

will go camping at the Irish
Hills on Saturday and Sun-
day, meeting at 6 p.m.
Saturday at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community
Center for carpools. Reser-
vations are due today. For
_reservations and details,
call Jane Sklar, 552-0265;
or Gail Nachman, 357-0241.
The group will go to
Windsor Raceway on July
14, meeting for carpools at
6:30 p.m. at the Morris
Branch. For details, call
Miss Sklar or Miss
Nachman.
A general meeting will be
held at 8:30 p.m. July 16 at
the Morris Branch.
A trip to Four Bears
Water Park is scheduled for
July 29, meeting at 9 a.m. at
the Morris Branch for car-
pools.There is a charge.

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New York (JTA) - A
survey of 18-year-old to 29-
year-old Jewish youth in
Cleveland has been com-
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search committee of the
Jewish Community Federa-
tion of Cleveland, according
to the Council of Jewish
Federations.

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