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February 04, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-04

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Friday, February 4, 1983 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS '

Yad Vashem Society in U.S.
Aids Memorial's Fundraising

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

THERE WAS MUCH

happiness at the Michigan
Inn recently . . . Mickey
Gross had pinched a Provi-
dence Hospital nurse.
Thanks to people like
Claude Oster, D.O., and
others involved, Mickey is
recovering nicely after
being in a day-and-a-half
coma.
Mickey, a boiler opera-
tor for Michigan Inn, was
checking an electrical hea-
ter . . . and through a mal-
function, received a major
electrical shock . . . Dr.
Oster was outside coming
into the building . . . and as
the only physician on the
scene, was able to get him
breathing again and super-
vise EMS in reviving him
for Suburban Ambulance to
make a rush for Providence.

Patricia Lucas, DDS,
dental doc daughter of
Wayne County Executive
Bill Lucas and wife Eve-
lyn, was having lunch
with Burt Markowitz
when it happened ... Pat
was in Michigan Inn
making arrangements
for her June wedding ...
She'll soon open her den-
tal office next to brother
ophthalmologist Bill Jr.
on Greenfield just south
of Eight Mile.

MiCkey works for Burt,
who joined a lot of folks in a
big smile at the news that
Mickey was himself again
. . He's always been afraid
of electricity . . . and you can
bet your bottom dollar Mic-
key won't be messing
around any of it again!
CONGRATS . . . to Mar-
vin and Natalie Warren on
35th anniversary . . . to
Arnie and Marcie Tanzman
on 31st anniversary . . . and
Ruth Nathanson (Buddy) on
her birthday . . . all cele-
brated together at Jakks.
AWHILE BACK we
wrote of Henry Ford High
1973 class reunion to be
held . . . Response made
committee aware that orig-
inal date set was a Jewish
high holy day . . . and so it
has been changed . . . New
date is Oct. 1 . . . Call Lori
Spallone, 531-4448, or
Dodie Varhol, 538-1934.

DR. MARSHALL
SCHUSTER, noted Detroit

osteopath, is also a very ac-
complished pianist . . .
Julius Chajes' student the
past 10 years recently gave
recitals in Prentis Manor,
Borman Hall and Charter
House . . . with programs
including Beethoven,
Schubert, Debussy and
Khachaturian.

GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Alton Lazar (Sema's •

beloved) ... at Mayo Clinic.
Clinic.

IN 1958, CENTRAL
HIGH held a pageant

celebrating its 100-year an-
niversary . . . Would be nice
if someone started a class
reunion of that year.

GAIL SAMUELS,

daughter of Hyla and Sam
Offen, working with a local
advertising agency, had
written the commercial
material Joan Rivers was
using for a Michigan bever-
age company . . . and went
to Hollywood for Joan's re-
cording session.
The comedienne had a
cold and Gail said if she had
known Joan was "under the
weather" she would have
brought her Grandma Anna
Lesser's cure-all chicken
soup . . . It got a good
chuckle out of the famed
entertainer . . . who knows
the chicken soup "remedy"
well.
CONGRATS . . . to Ruth
and Dave Schafer . . . on
37th anniversary . . . cele-
brated at Jakks . . . and to
Dave on his 60th birthday
. . . feted at Dimitris of
Southfield.

A THOUGHT OF
OURS for so many years .. .

which we hoped again and
again to see come true .. .
has finally borne fruit
. . . We mean super markets
giving something to people
who return their carts.
Chatham Super Market
on Greenfield and 10 1/2 Mile
is the first to use a new de-
velopment that helps take
away blocked parking
spaces and dented fenders.
It's called The Cart Re-
triever and encourages
shoppers to return carts to
the store by dispensing a
chit worth five cents each
time a cart is passed
through the unit . . . After
100 chits are collected,
shoppers may redeem them
for a $5 coupon or cash.

Sophisticated solid-
state electronics within
The Cart Retriever scan
each cart to prevent
would-be cheaters from
pushing a wheeled bas-
ket back and forth to milk
chits from the system ...
Once passed through the
device, carts are pro-
tected from the thievery
by a Security Rail System
that retains them.

In addition to customers
enthusiastically returning
their carts, it is noted that
enterprising children are
eager to unload groceries
and return carts . . . In re-
turn for this favor, shoppers
allow the youngsters to
keep the reward.
Now employees don't
have to waste time running
(or walking very slowly) all
over retrieving errant carts
. . . when they can be doing
something much more use-
ful.

REGARDING THAT
ITEM in some metro papers

around the country about
an ingenious merchant
bringing out a new line of
suits made of spun glass .. .
how about the suggestion of
a theme song, that oldie,
"I'll Be Seeing You In All
The Old Familiar Places."

NEW YORK — In a de-
parture from its 32-year-old
policy of operating on funds
raised solely in Israel, Yad
Vashem — the Holocaust
Authority on the Mount of
Remembrance in Jerusalem
— is now approaching lead-
ers of Jewry throughout the
world "to become our
partners in the historic
enterprise of bringing the
full meaning and lessons of
the Holocaust to the atten-
tion of the world for all time
to come."
Gideon Hausner, chair-
man of the council, Dr. Yit-
zhak Arad, chairman of the
Yad Vashem Directorate,
and Eli Zborowski of New
York said, "We can no
longer carry the burden
alone. The rising costs of
maintenance expenses, not
to speak of creating new ex-
hibits and projects some of
which call for the building
of new structures on the
Mount of Remembrance,
compel us to create an
American Society for Yad
Vashem which will be re-
sponsive to the needs and
tasks which still lie before
us, and they are many."

Zborowski has estab-
lished the American
Society for Yad Vashem,
with headquarters pro-
visionally established at
505 Fifth Ave., New York.
Its goal will be the raising
of $10 million in the next
six years.

GIORGIO'S

Two major projects de-
veloped in joint planning
with the Jerusalem leaders
are already in the planning
stages, with some $1 million
pledged to their completion.
One is "The Valley of the
Destroyed Communities"
commemorating 4,500
Jewish communities de-
stroyed during the
Holocaust; the second is the
publication in 24 volumes of
a comprehensive history of
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