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THE - DETRUlT -JEWISH - NEWS
Friday, February 16, 1968-39

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Honored

Sherrill C. Corwin, veteran mo-
tion picture exhibitor and owner
of theater chains, has been honored
by the Variety Club of Southern
California for his philanthropies
within the film industry and with-
in the community at large.

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Kirk Douglas Gets Coveted Award F rom Hollywood Fo reign Press Assn.

By HERBERT G. LUFT
(Copyright 1968, JTA Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Kirk Douglas
was chosen by the board of direc-
tors of the Hollywood Foreign
Press Association as the 1968 reci-
pient of the much coveted Cecil
B. DeMille Award, a singular honor
bestowed since its inception in
1951 for outstanding contributions
.7.7.- to the motion
cture industry
and the world at
large and an-
nually presented
at the Golden
Globe Awards
banquet. The
HFPA celebrat-
ed its silver an-
niversary with a
spectacular NBC
network show di-
rectly from Co-
coanut Grove of
Hotel Ambassa-
dor, Los Angeles,
Monday with An-
dy Williams as
MC, Bob Finkel
Douglas
as executive pro-

IrA,A

SOL LEWIS of Displays Un
limited and director of the ESP
Research Center in Oak Park,
didn't respond to a hunch he had
coming back from Flint last week,
so was forced to fix a flat tire in
pouring rain . . . and, incidently,
the first flat he ever fixed by him-
self . . . Upon approaching a rest
area off the expressway, complete
with a snack bar and gas station,
he had a strong impulse to turn in
and relax . . . So strong that it
was almost hypnotic . . . But he
decided to go on ahead because of
the heavy rain . . . with the result
that his tire blew only a few hun-
dred yards away ... From now on,
says Sol, he'll respect every hunch
he gets.
• • •
REQUEST COMES FROM Korea
for a couple of inexpensive violins
with bows - . . Pfc. Gilbert
Sniderman, with the Allied Forces
in Panmunjom, writes home to
parents, William and Shirley
Sniderman, of the orchestra in
which plays when off duty . . . and
of the desperate need for the
stringed instruments . . . If you
know of any, contact Shirley at
DI 1-2246.
• • •
DEBBIE SILBER AND mother-
in-law Clara Silber will go together
as "a d a t e" to the big Infants
Service Group "C herub Ball"
Dinner-Dance and Show. March 10,
at Latin Quarter . . . Respective
hubbies Dennis and Fred will be in
New York attending the Toy Show.
• • •
WHILE SAYING HER prayers,
last wee k, 4-year-old Martha
Abrams, daughter of Sylvia and
Leon, was visited in her bedroom
by Aunt Sadie Hoptman from New
York, staying at the house ... "It's
a pleasure," said auntie, "to hear
you saying your prayers so well.
You speak so earnestly and seri-
ously, and mean what you say and
care about it" . . . "But auntie,"
little Martha answered, "you
should hear me gargle!"
• • •
10th REUNION OF Oak Park
High, June class, 1958, is set for
May 11 at Hillcrest Country Club
. . . Those not contacted yet, call
Norman Gussin, 547-1031, or Bar-
bara (Pelavin) Eskin, 549-1014 . . .
20-YEAR REUNION OF CENTRAL
HIGH, June class, 1948, is dated
for June 5, also at Hillcrest . . .
For info, call Ann Caro n, KE
5-8159.
• • •
MORRY SCHLUSSEL received a
call at his service station to come
out and help a customer get started
.. . Morry went himself and dis-
covered that all the gent needed
was a slight push, which he pro-
ceeded to give the stranded auto
... For blocks and blocks, Morry's
truck pushed b u t nothing hap-
pened . . . Finally, Morry stopped,
got out and walked over to the
stricken vehicle, shaking his head
in disbelief . . Disgustedly, be
asked the customer if the key was
turned on . . . "Oh, are you sup-
posed to do that? asked the motor-
ist as Morrie hit the side of his
head to make sure he was hearing
properly!

Corwin



ducer, and Bob Henry as the pro-
ducer-director. Your Hollywood
columnist made the introductory
remarks as president of HFPA.
The Hollywood Foreign Press
Association honors Douglas fore-
most as a good American who has
undertaken numerous trips abroad
as an "image-maker" for our gov-
ernment. The actor has done a
great deal for humanitarian causes
and is a constant inspiration in
fund-raising activities for the Jew-
ish people here and in the State
of Israel.
Kirk Douglas has distinguished
himself in scores of motion pic-
tures since he rose to stardom
20 years ago in Stanley Kramer's
"The Champion." Most recently
Douglas has returned from Italy
where he completed for his own
company and Paramount the con-
temporary drama of "The Brother-
hood," with Alex Cord, Irene Pa-
pas, Luther Adler and Susan Stras-
berg under Martin Ritt's direction.
Son of a Russian-Jewish Immi-
grant, born 51 years ago, he serv-
ed in the U.S. Navy during World
War II. Discovered on the New

York stage by Hal Wallis, he made
his screen debut as a villain in
"The Strange Case of Martha
Ivers." He since has been a war-
rior returning from the Trojan
wars in "Ulysses;" a Nordic hero
of medieval days in "The Viking;"
Vincent van Gogh in "Lust for
Life;" the rebellious "Spartacus;"
a refugee from Nazi oppression
arriving in Israel in "The Jug-
gler:" a tragic character from
Greek antiquity in "Mourning Be-
comes Electra." He was the ice-
cold killer in "Gunfight at the
OK Corrall" and the French offi-
cer of World War I torn by his
own conscience in "Paths of
Glory."
He played Mickey Marcus in
the more recent epic of Israel's
war of independence, in "Cast
a Giant Shadow." In "Heroes
of Telemark," he fought the Ger-
man invaders in Norway in
World War H; "Is Paris Burn-
ing?" saw him in the ranks of
the high brass in France at the
time of the liberation in 1944.
In the still unreleased "A Love-
ly Way to Die," shot on the

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