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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hadassah Hospital Reopens Jack Freed & Ray Bresler

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

HEAR YE . . . If needed,
the column has found a
French interpreter for the
June 26 wedding of Dennis
Ross and Nathalie LaJarige
. . . Laney Spear (Mrs.
David B.) of Bridgeport,
Michigan, writes of having a
French lass living with them
through the Youth For Un-
derstanding Exchange Stu-
dent Program . . . She is
18-year-old Patricia Kretch-
ner . . . who has indicated a
desire to assist the many
French citizens coming to
Detroit for the wedding . .
Patti can be contacted at
(517) 777-4884. (P.S. She
also speaks some Hebrew
and Yiddish.)
ORCHID OF THE
WEEK . . . goes to a lady
with license plates JSP325
on her Ford LTD . . . After
shopping at Great Scott
Market, Greenfield and 11
Mile and putting goodies in
her car, she walked the
empty cart over to a vacant
area away from any autos.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Lou Grant . . :fol-
lowing -surgery at Beau-
mont Hospital .. . Lou is at
home convalescing.
20-YEAR CLASS REU-
NION of Central High . .
class of 1956 . . . is being
planned for Nov. 6 at Ra-
leigh House . . . If you were
one of the grads or know of
others who were, call Dr.
Jerry Uzansky, 557-4094.
GOOD EXAMPLE of
how a clerk should not be is
a young girl working at
Hammerstein Drugs in Oak
Park . . . Too bad she
doesn't like people . . . It's a
shame when everybody else
at Hammerstein's is so nice
to do business with.
IF YOU CAN'T GET
tickets to your favorite
sports, concerts, etc., don't
fret . . . there's a source
available . . Howard Ty-
ner calls it Ducats Deluxe
(968-0408) . . . There's a lot
of folks who sure don't mind
the brokerage fee for prime
tickets.
PAUL DONNELLY says
he bought two $50 redeema-
ble tickets on the Channel
56 auction . . . good at an
Oak Park furniture store
. . . He went there and re-
ports they have nothing $50
or under . . . and that the
certificates couldn't be used
for anything except large
furniture.
REAL ESTATE GENT
Jack Pomeroy has been
trying to get wife Sally to
tell a favorite story of theirs
. . . and folks hope they
don't have to wait until their
32nd wedding anniversary
. . . in August.
OVERHEARD SAYING
his prayers, little 6-year-old
Arnold Glass, son of Lil and
Ernie Glass, finished with
. . . "And, dear God, if you
can't make me a better boy,
don't worry, I'm having a
real good time as it is."
WONDER WHAT WJR
d.j. Marc Avery's wife says
about his thoughts that the

,theme song for men getting
married is "I Think I'm
Going Out Of My Mind."
MORRIE SCHLUSSEL,
who used to have the Pure
Oil station on Nine Mile in
Oak Park, is now in the
muffler business . . . It's
AA Muffler on W. Seven
Mile Rd.
GOT ANY FRIENDS in
the hospital? . . . If so, visit
them . . . you'll never know
how much it means . . .
Your coming to see them is
unbottled medicine . . .
Hours in the hospital seem
twice as long, and its boring
regimentation welcomes the
freshness of visitations.
AN AMERICAN jour-
nalist in Russia wrote to his
brother and added the note
"Don't know if this will ever
arrive because the Russians'
censor may open it." .. . A
few days afterward, he re-
ceived a note from the Rus-
sian post office saying, "The
statement in your letter is
not correct. We do not open
letters."
CONGRATS TO . . .
Percy Swartz . . . on his
70th birthday, May 26 .. .
Would be nice if Scottish
Rite Players had a cake for
him at their play the night
before in the Zion Lodge
Hall of Masonic Temple . . .
Mosaic Old Timer's Night is
set for guys 'n gals, June 16,
at Southfield Masonic Tem-
ple . . . Percy is second in
line to be worshipful master
of Mosaic.
BEST BET Of The Week-
end . . . Detroit Business-
men's Group, City of Hope,
Installation Dinner-Dance,
May 5, at Town & Country
Club.
LOOKING BACK ON
Columns Of Yesteryears
APRIL 9, 1965 . . . "Iry
Lachman, popular EEG
technologist, tells of story-
making the rounds at Sinai
Hospital . . . about two
men greeting a local rabbi
who was approaching with
his leg in a cast .. . "Rabbi,
what happened? Did you
break it skiing?" . . . The
rabbi answered, "I was in
the bathroom reaching for
something and fell off the
commode" . . . The two
men expressed their sympa-
thy and the rabbi departed
. . Then one addressed the
other, "What's a commode?"
. . . His companion replied,
"How do I know? I'm not
Jewish."
HAPPY MOTHER'S
DAY . . . to all the Wonder-
ful lassies everywhere who
make life so beautiful for
their children . . . And a
very special thank you to
our wonderful mom . . .
Mrs. Minnie Raskin.

`Apple Tree' Opens

"The Apple Tree" musical
will open 8 p.m. today at the
Will-O-Way Reportory
Theatre, 775 W. Long Lake,
Bloomfield Hills. The play
will run through May 29.
For ticket reservations, call
Ken Turner, 644-4418.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The original Hadassah Hos-
pital in Jerusalem, on Mt.
Scopus, was reopened and
received its first 25 patients
in a brief ceremony.
The hospital, which was
not used from 1949 to 1967,
is being reburished and sub-
stantially enlarged. It will
become the main medical
center for the Jewish and
Arab districts in the eastern
part of Jerusalem.
The entire hospital will
be opened in a series of
three stages over the next
few months.
The total cost of its re-
building will exceed $40 mil-

Artwork Depicts
Golda Likeness

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
A larger than life stone bust
of Golda Meir has been
given to the Ohr Kodesh
Congregation in Chevy
Chase, Md., by the sculp-
tress, Bernice Marker, in
honor of her father, Benja-
min Marker. The sculptress
worked nearly a year on the
bust.
Mrs. Meir, in a letter to
Rabbi Tzvi Porath of the
congregation, said she was
impressed with the work.
Ms. Marker is making an-
other bust for presentation
to Mrs. Meir through the
Israel Embassy.

Detroiter to Be
in 'Sweet Charity'

Sheryl Silver will portray
the lead role of Charity in
the Troy Community Play-
ers production of "Sweet
Charity" 8 p.m. May 14-16
and May"21-23 at Baker
Junior High School,- Troy.
Miss Silver is the daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. I. Walter
Silver of Birmingham.

O'Hair Talk Due

Madalyn Murray O'Hair
will appear in a lecture-de-
bate 8 p.m. Tuesday at Bir-
mingham Temple. Tax de-.
ductible tickets are
available by writing the So-
ciety of Separationists, P.O.
Box 38305, Detroit 48238, or
at the door.

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lion. Another $7 million will
be spent on new equipment.
The U.S. government has
contributed about one-third
of the latter sum.

Technion to Hold
Computer Seminar

NEW YORK — Israeli
Prof. Amiram Carmon,
head of the Julius Silver In-
stitute of Bio-Medical Engi-
neering Sciences at the
Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology in Haifa, will
join several American
Scientists and academicians
in addressing a computer
seminar sponsored by the
American Technion Socie-
ty's Greater Metropolitan
New York Chapter May 16
at Columbia University.

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