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October 11, 2002 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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For Openers

Strong Workout Ethic

Bill goes to Powerhouse, but usually in the afternoon,
robust 72, Carolyn
not
working out with his wife. "She's way too advanced for
Nosanchuk can be found
me,"
he said.,
working out most mornings
Also exercising at the gym are their daughters, Bonnie
at Powerhouse Gym in West
Nosanchuk of Royal Oak and Karen Wechsler of West
Bloomfield — providing inspiration to
Bloomfield, and Karen's children, Amy Wechsler, 17, a stu-
clients and staff alike.
dent
at Cranbrook Kingswood in Bloomfield Hills, and
"I started because of a problem I was
David
Wechsler, 15, of Andover High in Bloomfield
having with my knees," said the
Township.
Bloomfield Township resident.
ESTHER
Carolyn Nosanchuk said with a laugh, "People tell me,
The sports-medicine doctor treating
ALLWEIS S
`Do you know how unusual it is for a boy to want to go to
her
for
arthritis
felt
she
wasn't
ready
for
TS CHIRHART
the gym with his grandmother?' David has changed his
a new knee just yet. Instead, he told her,
Special to the
physique
working out with weights."
the best thing she could do for herself
Jewish News
Impressed
with Nosanchuk's abilities, personal trainer
was exercise.
Kerwin
related
an anecdote of how "Carolyn was able to
"From his office, I went immediately
lift
a
cement
bird
feeder in her back yard when she was 70.
to Powerhouse Gym," she said.
1
She
was
too'impatient-to
wait for someone to help her.
She knew her doctor worked out there.
"That's how strong she is. And her mind is just as
Sue Kerwin of West Bloomfield, a nurse and personal
strong."
trainer, said she has been working with Nosanchuk at the
gym "off and on now for about
eight years."
While Nosanchuk follows a
routine there, she may turn to
Kerwin for help "with stretch-
ing, balance and things I can't
do for myself on exercise
equipment. She has something
different for me every week."
Nosanchuk also inspires her
family members,to better fit-
ness. Before heading to the
gym, she and her husband,
Bill, a semi-retired builder,
often enjoy a three- to four-
mile walk.
"Yesterday, we went crazy,"
Bill said about a recent, warm
autumn morning. "We went
five-and-half, maybe six miles,
just to see if we could do it.
"I'm not going to do that ,
again.
"Oh, yes, he is!" Carolyn .
The Nosachuk-Wechsler family at the gym, front row: Bonnie Nosanchuk and Amy Wechsler;
interjected.
back: David Wechsler, Carolyn Nosanchuk, Karen Nosanchuk and Bill Nosanchuk.

A

Shabbat Candlelighting

"The warm glow of the candles brings out the love and warmth
of my family."

Rosalyn Meyer, mother,
Southfield

Sponsored by Lubavitch
Women's Organization.
To submit a candlelighting
message or to receive
complimentary candlesticks
and information on Shabbat
candlelighting, call Miriam
Amzalak of Oak Park at
(248) 967-5056 or e-mail:
anzzakik 'uno.com

Candlelighting

Candlelighting

Friday, Oct. 11: 6:39 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 18: 6:28 p.m.

Shabbat Ends

Shabbat Ends

Saturday, Oct. 12: 7:39 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19: 7:28 p.m.

'cha
Don't Know

© 2002

J

erusalem is known as
Yerushalyim in Hebrew. Do
you know any other names
for the holy city?

— by Goldfein

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Quotables

"For centuries, Jews have prayed daily
for the rebuilding of Jerusalem; the
least we can do today is insist that our
holiest site not be undermined."

— Gag Rosenblatt, editor of the 'New
York Jewish Week" newspaper, in a com-
mentary on the Temple Mount in
Jerusalem.

"The enemy that we have to fight is
not the Palestinians. It's the unbeliev-
able ignorance of most Jewish young
people to the beauty and centrality of
Israel in their Jewish lives."

Richard Joel, president of Hillel•
The Foundation for Jewish Campus
Life, as quoted by JTA.



"It's hard to explain this word, hard to
translate it. Hamatzav' is our friend.
We know it. It is a citizen of this
state.

— Ruvik Rosenthal, language colum-
nist for the "Ma'ariv" newspaper, about
the popular phrase that means "the situ-
ation," but without an obvious solution
— like the ongoing Palestinian intifada
(uprising), as quoted by JTA.

Yiddish Limericks

While touring Montana this year,
My husband advised me, "My dear,
It's my firm opinion
We won't find a minyan*
Within fertzik** miles of here."

— Martha Jo Fleischmann

* the quorum of 10 Jewish men
required for public worship

** 40

10/11

2002

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