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October 28, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, October 28, 1977

COUNTRY
INN
B-B RIBS • B-8 CHICKEN

Danny Raskin's

s• ITALIAN DISHES

LISTENING
POST

WHAT STARTED out to
be a dinner party for about
100 or so people turned into
a no-tickets-left affair for
Sid Hudson recently at
Larco's, where at least 1,000
people would have come if
they were able to get in.
All of the banquet level
seating for 250, and much of
the dinner area open for
Larco's regular diners, was
completely taken over by
Sid's friends and those who
have come to know him by
reputation.
He was honored by the
City of Detroit with a "Sid
Hudson Day" proclamation
that Mayor Coleman Young
couldn't show up to pre-
sent...and a City Council
resolution by Councilman
Billy Rogell.
Sid will be the 1978 "Man
of the Year" recipient from
the City of Hope National
Medical Center... March
12...at the Las Vegas Hilton.
BIRTHDAY
CON-
GRATS...to sister Lil
Rosen...and son Scott.
GET WELL WISHES...to
Frank Holtzman, recov-
ering from surgery at the
Rochester Methodist Hospi-
tal at Mayo Clinic.
EIGHT-YEAR-OLD Mara
Korelitz, daughter of Paula
and Jay Korelitz, was read-
ing her baby book and came
across the birth announce-
ment that appeared in The
Jewish News of April,
1969...In it with her were
Darren Gussin, son of Diane
and Norman Gussin, and
Elissa Weisman, daughter
of Judy and Jerry Weis-
man...Today, all three are
good friends.
PRINTER'S
ERROR... Correct name is
Ka1 Brus...new Aetna
Realty agent after 40 years
in the movie industry.
GOOD TO SEE Jack Clin-
ton walking around
again...Jack had lost total
use of his legs due to a
stroke...He was recently
released from Sinai Hospi-
tal after a four-week stay.
ROSE REMER recently
made a Retiree's Party for
hubby Phil after 25 years in
the mailing department of
Detroit Free Press...It was
also a going away shindig
since they moved, Tuesday,
to Tamarac, Fla... Party
was held at home of their
niece and nephew, Marlene
and Mel Miller.
CALL HIM Sir Steve
Petix...now that the noted
custom tailor has discov-
ered he is from nobi-
lity...After 5 7 years, Steve's
dream of visiting all his
family in Italy came
true...All are doing nicely,
says Steve...and a cousin is
an Italian baron of
Palermo.
AFTER 35 YEARS away
from the hometown, Dave
Hudosh and Hank Fields

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ited their old neighbor-
hoods...and were glad to get
back to the hotel.
Dave is Sid's brother and
Hank is Sid's brother-in-law.

MAIL DEPT... "Sonny"

Marcus in Miami Beach,
Fla., attended dinner party
given by hostess Sylvia
Brilliant in honor of Al and
Dorothy Fruman on the eve
.before they left for a six-
week or more Africa trip.
THE FIRST video Bar
Mitzva in Michigan, was
held at Temple Israel...with
company called "Memories
In Video" televising the
party, produced by Roz and
Jerry Sipher, directed by
Darol Sipher and starring
Bar Mitzva boy Devan
Sipher.
The party, having a
Broadway musical theme,
gave Devan an opportunity
to sing "I'm The Greatest
Star" from Funny Girl, and
"This Is The Best Night Of
My Life" from
Applause...Cantor Harold
Orbach sang "If I Were A
Rich Man"; Steve Coden,
"Cabaret"; Doris Coleman,
in Yiddish, "Like The Moon
Above You"; the Bnai Brith
Centennial Bowlers, "Luck
Be A Lady Tonight"; the
gals from Al-Mar Telephone
Answering Service, "The
Bells Are Ringing" and Ed
Burg and his orchestra lead-
ing each table in a sing-a-
long, giving all the guests a
chance 'to display their
undiscovered talents...Also,
throughout the evening, the
guests were interviewed,
giving them an opportunity
to see themselves on the
television monitors.
Carrying out the Broad-
way musical theme, each
table's center-piece
depicted a scene from a dif-
ferent Great White Way
show...and the stage was lit
up with a marquee that
read, "Devan's Music
Palace."

LOOKING BACK ON Col-
umns of Yesteryears...
AUG. 23, 1946..."When he
finally returns from
Manilla, Lt. Arthur Kort
will be greeted by a gal who
has been voted "Pin Up
Girl" of three beaches, this
summer... but wife, Anna-
bel, isn't jeald'us...The cute
lass is their own 2 1/2-year-
old daughter, Barbara."

Consul to Speak

A public forum featuring
Dan Kyram, Israel consul
for cultural affairs, will
take place 8:30 p.m. Sunday
in the Kirts Rd. club house
in the Somerset Apts. com-
plex, sponsored by the
Israeli Student Organiza-
tion. Admission is free.

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