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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Steve Lawrence Will Co-Star With Israeli Actress in New Movie

BY HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1976, JTA, inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Steve
Lawrence, popular singer-
husband of Eydie Gorme,
has cancelled multi-million
dollar contracts in the
nightclubs of Las Vegas and
New York, plus recording
sessions in this country, to
devote this year to the pro-
duction 'of a motion picture
in Israel. He is co-starring
with Israeli actress Gila
Almagor in the dramatic
film "Alone Together," deal-
ing with an Israeli war
widow and an American
musician against the back-
ground of Jerusalem and
New York.
This marks Lawrence's
very first dramatic screen
appearance, though he
made his stage debut in the
title role of the tragic play

"What Makes Sammy
Run?" on Broadway some 10
years ago, a portrayal win-
ning the much coveted New
York Drama Critics' Award.
William Friedkin, who
has not made a picture since
the record-breaking "The
Exorcist," of three years
ago, now is doing location
work in New York and New
Jersey on his forthcoming
Paramount film, "Sor-
cerer," a contemporary ad-
venture and suspense story
with other exteriors com-
pleted in Paris and Jerusa-
lem. The bulk of the picture
will be photographed in the
Dominican Republic.
Friedkin's "Sorcerer"
stars Hollywood's Roy
Scheider who rose to rec-
ognition in the same direc-
tor's "The French Connec-
tion," the Academy

Bellow, Burns Among Honorees
at HUC-JIR Commencement

NEW YORK — Pulitzer
Prize-winning author Saul
Bellow, Federal Reserve
System chairman Arthur F.
Burns and University of
California president David
S. Saxon are among nine
distinguished public figures
upon whom Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion will confer honor-
ary degrees this weekend at
commencement exercises at
its schools in Cincinnati,
New York and June 13 in
Los Angeles.
Dr. Alfred Gottschalk,
president of the college, will
see Hebrew Union College
ordain 34 Reform rabbis,
invest three cantors and
confer 41 graduate degrees,
including three doctorates.

Along with the Messrs.
Bellow, Burns, and Saxon,
recipients of the honorary_
degree of Doctor of Humane
Letters will be Judge Irving
Hill, Sidney Hook, Abbott
Kaplan, I.L. Kellen, Leon

i

Flint News]

Spreiser-Tulpan
Rites in Florida

Ilise Tulpan and George
Spreiser were married in a
recent ceremor ,, in Florida.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Tul-
pan of Flint. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Spreiser of North
Miami Beach.
Marlee Tulpan and Max-
ine Tulpan, sisters of the
bride, were bridesmaids.
Richard Spreiser was his
brother's usher, along with
Robert Turner.
Participating in the cer-
emony were the bride's
grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Mastrofsky of
Hollywood, Fla., and Mrs.
Herman Tulpan of Ft.
Meyers, Fla.
The new Mrs. Spreiser
was graduated from Michi-
gan State University. Her
husband was graduated
from the University of
Miami.
Following an Aruba ho-
neymoon, the couple will
live in Hialeah, Fla.

Memoy and Judge Theodore
Tannenwald, Jr.

Award-winning film of
1971.
Pancho Kohner, son of
the well-known Hollywood
talent agent Paul Kohner, is
switching from directing to
producing with United Art-
ists' "The White Buffalo," a
Dino De Laurentiis presen-
tation, in which Jack War-
den co-stars with the idol of
Europe, Charles Bronson,
the latter portraying the
legendary character of Wild
Bill Hickock.
Frank Yablans, formerly
president of Paramount,
has moved over to 20th Cen-
tury Fox where currently he

is producing, in conjunction
with Martin Ransahoff,
"The Silver Streak," with
Arthur Hiller directing the
madcap Gene Wilder, Jill
Clayburgh, Patrick McGoo-
han comedy. Next, Yablans/
Ransohoff will tackle a
more serious project, filmi-
zation of Sidney Sheldon's
international spy story,
with an Israeli background,
"The Other Side of Mid-
night," with Ronald Neame
at the helm.
Alan Arkin is an unlikely
Prof. Sigmund Freud in an
1891 Viennese setting of
"The Seven-Per-Cent Solu-

tion," a variation of the
Sherlock Holmes legend in
which Nicol Williamson ap-
pears as the master sleuth,
Sir Laurence Olivier as Mor-
iarty, Robert Duvall as Dr.
Watson, and for a right
measure of comedy, Joel
Grey as enigmatic character
Lowenstein.

May 28, 1976 15

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TRUSTEE OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

VOTE JUNE 14

Here's something you'll love
even more 6 years from now,

The New York comm-
encement, in Temple
Emanu-El, will be marked
by the ordination of the
third woman rabbi in Re-
form annals and by the
investiture of two women
as cantors, the second and
third members of their sex
ever to have completed
cantorial study at the col-
lege's School of Sacred
Music.

The candidate for ordina-
tion is Laura J. Geller of
New York City, a graduate
of Brown University. To be
invested as cantors are
Sheila M. Cline of Brook-
line, Mass., and Mrs. Mimi
Frishman of Spring Valley,
N.Y.

Eighteen rabbis from
nine states — including the
husband of cantorial candi-
date Mimi Frishman — will
be cited by the college.

Strelitz to Head
Tel Aviv University
Friends in U.S.

NEW YORK — Joseph H.
Strelitz of Norfolk, Va., was
installed as president of
American Friends of Tel
Aviv University, Inc. at a re-
cent meeting of the board of
directors.

Dr. Raymond R. Sackler
of New York City is the new
chairman of the university
board of governors. Strelitz
also was elected vice chair-
man of the board of gover-
nors at a recent meeting in
Israel.
Strelitz is a chairman of
the National United Jew-
ish Appeal, a member of
its executive committee,
and for the past year was
chairman of the UJA over-
seas Program Committee.

In Norfolk, Strelitz was
president of the United Jew-
ish Federation and general
chairman of the federation's
annual campaign. He is a
board member of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federation and
Welfare Funds. Strelitz is
past president of Ohef
Shalom Temple.

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