THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Series to Begin
Vocalist Laurie Jacobs
will launch the fifth Viv-
ace Sunday Music Series
7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at the
Birmingham Temple. The
format will be cabaret with
ALL THE WONDER- street corners or wherever
Ars Musica, baroque
FUL deeds done by Sid . . . Today, his new place on music ensemble from Ann
Hudson in his years as a Coolidge, one block north of Arbor, will be featured 7:30
manitarian and philan- Lincoln, is among the most p.m. Jan. 25.
)pist paid off in big divi- spacious around . . . Sol re-
Phil Marcus .Esser and
dends recently when he was cently celebrated his 50th Barbara Bredius will
given the greatest reward of wedding anniversary with entertain April 5, in a pro-
all . . . his life.
wife Bess, who isn't left out gram of the best of Brel,
Sid had come to town to of the picture at the new Brecht and friends.
visit Margaret and Pat Car- spot . . . Her clever glass and
For ticket information,
lini following their tragic boutique objects of art are a call the Birmingham Tem-
loss of a son, and was stay- conversation selection.
ple, 477-1410. Group rates
ing at Sheraton-Southfield
Tom Newby, now associ- are available.
. . . The morning he was to ated with Rosenman Flow-
have flown back to Las ers, was Rena Himes' boss
- Vegas, Sid couldn't catch at one time . . . Now he is
his breath . . . managed to working for her . . . She's
call downstairs, where the Sol's manager.
NEWEST, MOST FASHIONABLE
alert clerk called 911 .. .
MANY PARENTS wel-
Also, luckily he was only come some help in explain-
a few blocks from Provi- ing the Jewish holidays to
dence Hospital, where Sid their children . . . The Chil-
was taken to emergency in- dren's Bookshop in
- tensive care with a heart at- Applegate Square on
tack . . . then to the inten- Northwestern and Inkster
sive care cardiac unit .. . Rd. has on hand two books
About five days later, he that may prove to be enjoy-
was in a private room at able experiences for parent
devilishly fine dining and spirited drink
and child alike . . . "My
Hart Plaza 963-3131
By now, Sid is probably Very Own Yom Kippur
_back home in Las Vegas Book" by Judyth Saypol and
recuperating ... and Madeline Wikler . . . and "A
hopefully taking it easy Sound To Remember" by
for a while.
A former Detroiter, Sid is
now "Mr. Las Vegas," nine-year-old son of Alice
quietly going about doing and Roy Agree, came in for
things for people . . . It's dinner recently with a black
been this way for years, eye, numerous scratches
which has prompted many and his clothes a mess .. .
civic groups to honor him Alice took one look, all she
MON.-SAT. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
. . . like his being national needed, and said, "How
man of the year in 1978 for many times do I have to tell
City of Hope .. .
you not to play with any of
• Home-Male Soups • Chili
But there are deeds few the rough boys around
• Greek Salad
know about . . . such as the here?" . . . and little Sidney
• Our Famous Hamburgers
100 senior citizens he takes replied, "Aw, Mom, do I
• Baklava •Coney Islands
care of in Las Vegas . . . or look like I've been playing
Excellent Tuna Sandwiches
the $2,000 in toys Sid re- ' with anybody?"
cently sent to the leukemia
LOOKING BACK On
sector at City of Hope in Columns Of Yesteryears .. .
FEB. 5, 1965 ... "Proof
Everything Also Available
BEST BET of the that he's back in action is
‘ow. For Carry-Out
weekend . . . Crescent Lester Winer winning a trip
Shrine Club 26th annual to Florida given by Oak
Birthday Dinner-Dance .. . Woods Bnai Brith Bowling
cocktails 6 p.m. followed by League for highest total av-
dinner and Fenby-Carr ork erage in three weeks of
. . $17.50 per person .. . kegling . . . Only last April,
Call Max Kushner, 352- Lester broke his leg skiing
at Boyne Mountain and was
ROB ALVIN, 13-year- in a cast until September."
MARCH 12, 1965 ...
old son of Jerry and Mitzi
Alvin, may still be a very "Car owned by Bob Stein,
young man, but he can al- parked in front of his house
ready proudly show his golf- on Meyers and Margareta,
ing card of a recent hole-in- was, severly damaged and
one . . . on the 202-yard towed into Jerry Gurwin's
fourth hole at Glen Oaks Autobody Klinic . . . Jerry
Golf Course . . . Rob used a gave him a loaner to use .. .
four iron for the ace wit- which Bob parked the next
day in the exact same spot
npssed by Jeff Janower.
HEN MIKE . . . and came out of the
N,,VETSKY moved here house to find it also totally
26 years ago with parents damaged!
"Jerry's new bump shop, a
Doris and Iry Novetsky, he
was 10 years old . . . and had lavish blue building, will
his first back-to-school hair open sometime in April at
cut by the late Jack Gilbert lucky 7711 W. Eight Mile
at Oak Manor Barber Shop Rd. as one of the largest and
on Nine Mile west of most modern of its kind in
Coolidge . . . Since that Michigan . . . Over 6,000
time, Mike always wanted feet of interior and over
to be a barber . . . Nobody 10,000 feet of outside space
laughed when Mike contin- . . . Car doc Jerry will be
ued with his ambition . . . to able to service about 20 cars
be a hair stylist . . . and at one time."
today is the new owner of
Jacob Barsimon was the
that same Oak Manor
first Jew to settle in New
SOL ROSENMAN in York ( then called New
1925 was selling flowers on Amsterdam) in 1654.
Friday, September 19, 1980 29
Baltimore Orioles pitcher
Steve Stone was listed by
manager Earl Weaver as
the designated hitter in the
Orioles' game against the
Detroit Tigers on the first
day of Rosh Hashana.
Stone, however, was at
his home in Toronto celeb-
rating the High Holy Days.
.Weaver planned to use
another player in the spot,
and would have switched
players if the Tigers had
been forced to change pitch-
ers early in the game.
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friends and customers for a year filled
with health, happiness and prosperity.
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