THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 17, 1985
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sentiments . . .
were keynote of
tribute to Karen and Norman Fell
. . . by Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion . . . Over 1,100 people were at
Westin Hotel for beautiful ban-
quet honoring them.
Evening before, many (about
200) had been at large, sprawling
home of Doreen and Dave Herme-
lin for pre-glow party . . . Effer-
vescent Doug Jacobs and his
lively Red Garter Five kept things
on a peppy musical note both out-
side and inside . . . with Doreen
and David showing folks some
Lovely Linda Solomon with
camera around neck was doing
her fabulous thing . . . taking
stills and interviewing the stars
. . . Night of the affair, Linda
would start her new job (she'll re-
main at the Detroit News .. .
they'd be fools to let go fo this gra-
cious, pretty and highly-talented
gal!) at WXYZ-TV as interviewer
while others man the video
cameras . . . Linda will cover all
big parties for Channel 7 . . . to be
shown on "Good Afternoon De-
troit" Wednesdays at 4 p.m.
Doug and Sydell Schubot pro-
udly bragging about their first
grandchild . . . Frank Stella tall
and trim, still very debonair-
looking and favorite of so many
people . . . Paul Zuckerman lost
without wife Helen, in hospital at
time, from recurrence from recent
Ivan Bloch among the most
comfortable-looking with open
red shirt . . . Character actor
James Whitmore with so much
character written on his noted
face . . . Whitmore's one-man por-
trayal as Harry S. Truman was a
masterpiece . . . Actor Norman
Fell so well-liked because of being
heck of a nice guy . . . He and wife
Karen share much love.
The over -1,100 people who
attended Third Annual affair by
MCF honoring the Fells next
night enjoyed a very gala evening
. . . Why Trapper's Alley had its
opening same evening is very ob-
viously a lack of caring communi-
cation . . . Dan Rappaport sharp
with his black-and-red bowtie .. .
wife Mona absolutely stunning in
her beautiful sequined outfit that
shone as brightly as her smile .. .
They're parents of lovely Linda
Solomon, who certainly gets her
good looks from these two people
. . . Lovely Linda's hubby Barry
one of a kind in double-breasted
tux jacket with brass buttons and
turquoise hankie . . . very smart-
looking combo . . . Donna
Moshauer a masterful job coor-
dinating the public relations.
Film and TV clips introduced by
attending stars were surprise to
Fells and capped a fine evening
for Michigan Cancer Foundation
. . . Video-taped salute with new
skits and out-takes from past
shows, live segments from the
Broadway and Hollywood casts,
taped greetings from many hon-
orary committee members and
spontaneous entertainment of
songs and comedy were a biggie
production of the evening's pro-
Westin Hotel food has gotten
better . . . iced cream of
Senegalese soup, chicken piccata,
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fle glace grand marnier with
raspberry sauce . . . but valet
parking situation is still quite bad
. . . and too expensive.
Ernie Solomon (no relation to
Lovely Linda and Barry) with his
usual very big smile . . . State
Representative David Honigman
saying hellos with polite
graciousness befitting his office
. . . Mort and sweet Mary Lou
Zieve always a lovely couple .. .
Mort is board chairman at Simons
Michelson Zieve Advertising .. .
and new film critic for The Jewish
News . . . al . . . His very fine
critique last week on Birdie . . . al
was a mighty swell debut . . . Kelly
Burgess, Detroit News . . . al fea-
ture writer, being kissed on the lips
by John Ritter, handsome star of
TV's "Three's Company" . . .
David Hermelin his usual exhube-
rent self as emcee for the evening
. . . Johnny Trudell and orchestra
. . . open bar in lobby before dinner
. . . gals outdoing others with their
On the dais, plus Frank Stella,
dinner chairman, Dave Hermelin,
Father Robert Mitchell, president
University of Detroit, and Dr.
Michael Brennen, president of
MCF . . . stars introducing the
video clips were . . . Tim Reid and
Daphne Maxwell-Reid . . . he's the
hip DJ, Venus Flytrap, on
"WKRP in Cincinnati" and the of-
ficious police lieutenant on "Si-
mon and Simon' . . . she was Mr.
T's first love interest on "The
A-Team" and is now seen weekly
on "Simon and Simon" . . .•John
Ritter . . . star of ABC-TV's long-
running sitcomes, "Three's Com-
pany" and "Three's a Crowd" .. .
He's the son of Tex Ritter .. .
Linda and Adam Arkin . . . she
has recently been co-host of USA
Network's "Alive and Well" .. .
he's the former sit-com star of
"Bustin' Loose" and now appears
in the Los Angeles stage produc-
tion of "Twelve Angry Men" .. .
Carole and Harve Bennet .. .
she's a motion picture literary
agent . . . he was one of radio's
original "Quiz Kids" . . . now
executive producer of TV pro-
grams and feature films like "The
Mod Squad," "Rich Man, Poor
Man," "The Six Million Dollar
Man" and "Star Trek" II-IV .. .
Richard Kline recently made
singing debut on national TV
after many years in role of Larry
on "Three's Company" . . . Audrey
Lindley . . . Norman Fell's amor-
ous TV wife, Helen Roper, on
"Three's Company" and "The
Ropers" has completed three fea-
ture films in past 18 months, in-
cluding "Best Friends" in which
she co-starred with Burt Reynolds
. . . Mark Rydell . . . was director
of Henry Fonda's last film, On
Golden Pond . . . and is receiving
large acclaim for his current
production, The River . . . James
Whitmore . . . is the only actor to
have distinction of mounting
three very successful one-man
stage shows during his career .. .
He has twice been nominated for
Honorees Karen and Norman
Fell . . . she's a former nurse and
West Coast psychotherapist .. .
he is the beloved stage, screen and