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May 27, 1994 - Image 79

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EMIL IZRAILOV, Skyline Communicaitons; SPENCER HAY-
WOOD, Former N.B.A. Star; JIM SCHELBERG, Editor of Pin
Game Journal Magazine & Part-Time Podiatrist; HAROLD
FINEGOOD, Sarah-Lil Corp.; FRANK PASSALACQUA,
Owner, Carl's Chop House; SYLVIA STERN, Stern &
Associates, Legal Firm, Client Relations; JOHNNY TRUDEL,
Orchestra Leader; LINDA McCARTHY, The Jewish News.

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ther in 1980 — "Should've Nev-
er Let You Go" — and is a jingles
singer for radio and television
commercials in New York. Their
>son, Marc, now 27, is a screen-
writer with an original Disney
movie coming out this year—
Overnight Delivery.
Looking back on his life, Mr.
Sedaka names being inducted
into the Songwriters Hall of
Fame, receiving a Grammy for
"Love Will Keep Us Together"
and getting a star on Hollywood's
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• For personal enjoyment away
from work, he turns to other mu-
sic makers.
"I like classical music, and I
love good singers of all kinds,"
said the recreational skier and
tennis player. "I also love New
York theater, and I have a pret-
ty eclectic collection of recordings
at home."
C, Home for Mr. Sedaka now in-
cludes residences in New York,
Hollywood and Connecticut. But
on June 12 he will return to the
home neighborhood of his grow-
ing-up years — for a special day
of recognition.
He will be inaugurated as the
seventh "King of Brooklyn."
"I'll ride through the streets,
and we expect there will be at
Least a half million people," he
said. "In the evening, there will
be a dinner in my honor. I'm fly-
ing my mother and sister in for it
all. It's very, very exciting."
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formance with the Birmingham-
Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra
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orchestra at her mother's sum-
mer resort in the Catskill Moun-
tains. We courted for three years
, before we got married.

`The film also shows some ups
and downs of my career and deals
with the music industry—the
New York City sound and the Tin
Pan Alley days of rock 'n' roll."
Mrs. Sedaka often accompa-
nies her husband during his trav-
els to stages around the world,
including four stops in Israel.
Their two children have gone
along to many concert sites as
well.
Their daughter, Dara, now 30,
shared a hit record with her fa-

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