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June 30, 1978 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-30

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16 Friday, June 30, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Information Unit Fields Questions

SKOKIE — The Jewish
Information Center of the
Hebrew Theological College
has received a wide re-

sponse. Questions have
ranged from explanations of
Biblical texts to Kashrut to
information about youth
groups.
All questions are handled
in confidence and without
charge. Questions may be
sent to the Jewish Informa-
tion Center, 7135 N. Car-
penter Rd., Skokie, Ill.
60077.

Prof. Predicts
New Mideast War

A Look at the Hollywood Scene

director responsible for the
Academy-nominated "Op-
HOLLYWOOD — George
eration Thunderbolt" (En-
Burns, the 81-year-young
tebbe), has two more pic-
Bathers, Down or Wool
performer who started
tures in the can. One is "The
under his real name of
Uranium Conspiracy," a
COMFORTERS
MADE or RECOVERED
Nathan Birnbaum in vau-
thriller with a moral twist
Bed Pillows Cleaned
deville 60 years ago, has
starring Fabrio Testi, Janet
Ballo Guilt & Pillow Co.
surprised everyone in an-
Agren and Asaff Dayan, the
nouncing that he con-
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latter son of his country's
templated three more mo-
foreign minister.
tion pictures on the theme of
On the lighter side is
"Oh, God," the entertaining
"Lemon Popsicle," a kid pic-
comedy-fantasy of last year
ture written by Boaz David-
directed by Carl Reiner for
son and Eli Tabor with
Warner Bros.
Davidson also directing.
Jerry Weintraub, who
Yoram Globus, Golan's
was responsible for the
brother-in-law and long
spoof, which introduced
time co-producer, an-
John Denver to the big sc-
nounced in Cannes the too-
reen, is producing the trio of
often delayed filmization of
followups with the first "Oh,
Isaac Bashevis Singer's
God" sequel to commence
"The Magician of Lublin,"
ONLY ORIGINAL GRAPHICS,
ALVAR
photography early next
APPE L
POSTERS, and OIL PAINTINGS
to be shot in Eastern Europe
BOULANGER
WILL BE SOLD ,
year from a screenplay by
with Alan Arkin in the title
BRAOUE
Jane Wagner who sinful- . role and Shelley Winters
BUFFET
CALDER THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1978
taneously makes her debut
and Brenda Vaccaro co-
CECY
as director. The subsequent
starring.
CHAGAL L
* * ■
scripts are being written by
DALI
DAVILA
Josh Greenfield and An-
HAROLD ROBBINS'
PREVIEW 7:00 pm
DEGAS
drew Bergman.
"The Pirate" reaches the sc-
AUCTION 8:00 pm
ESCHER
Each of the three films is
FRIED LA E N DER
reen with Franco Nero por-
SOMERSET INN
GOYA
due to go before the cameras
traying the title of the
HALSEY
BIG BEAVER ROAD
after
the
earlier
one
is
com-
enigmatic Baydr Al Fay,
HOGARTH
east of COOLIDGE
pleted. Which shows that
IGER
with the picture to roll early
LAUTREC
TROY, MICHIGAN
George Burns who portrays
this
month, and the sand
Education
Head
MAX
a
mild-mannered,
all
un-
dunes of California dup-
MAXWELL
Pork Claa)t Gallarkr)
WASHINGTON — Rabbi derstanding God, puts his
MIRO
licating the desert ground of
NEIMAN
Alexander Graubart, who trust in God knowing that
the Middle East. In the cast
PICASSO
•ALL WORK
has been affiliated with he will be around to finish
of the four-hour mini-series,
RENOIR
CUSTOM F RAMED
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda- the schedule in good health,
READY
TO
HANG
AND
ROCKWELL
produced for the CBS Net-
VASARE LY
tions for seven years, with
and so do the boys at
work by Warner Bros. TV,
pea«, aoco•cade for omomen 0111111
the last six in Cleveland as
Warner Bros. who put their
Iwwwe en
are also Christopher Lee,
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regional director, has been
money and reputation into
Olivia Hussey and Anne
the ofl.Tmtnms of our actwortmuns
named director of adult' the venture.
FREE ADMISSION
weir bn,q .n he M1 u. pq on *Act,
'Archer.
Howard W. Koch
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* * *
Jewish education programs
• ANK AMERICARD
produces, with Kenneth
MASTER CHARGE
for Bnai Brith Interna-
AMERICAN
MENAHEM GOLAN,
Annakin from Great Bri-
tional.
the Israeli
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tein.
"The Pirate" deals with
an international adven-
turer who may or may not
be a genuine Arab prince,
one who has amassed a for-
tune of hundreds of millions
using his country's oil re-
sources to augment the
wealth and power of the
native sheikhs.
* * *
IRVING WALLACE'S
"The Word" comes to us as
an eight-hour television
dramatization for CBS,
jointly produced by Dick
Berg and Charles Fries. The
picture is currently before

the cameras in Los Angeles

but further locations are

contemplated in New York,

London, Amsterdam, Rome

and perhaps in Israel.

David Janssen stars as

Steven Randall, with

Florinda Bolkan the Brazi-

lian who became one of Ita-
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Huston, Ron Moody, Janice
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selection.
selection.

Richard Lang directs.
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The best seller by Irving
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which compels a radically
• Improved phosphor screen.
different interpretation of

the word of the Bible.

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TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Claiming that he does "not
believe the Arabs are
genuine in their peace seek-
ing," Prof. Yuval Ne'eman,
former president of Tel Aviv
University, predicted that
the Arabs will wage war
against Israel within
three-four years regardless
of whether a peace treaty is
signed.
Ne'eman, a physicist and
former chief of army intelli-
gence, offered his views in
an interview published in
Ya'ad, a publication of the
National Working and Stu-
dent Youth.
According to Ne'eman,
any withdrawal by Israel
from Sinai, the Golan
Heights or the West Bank
within the next three years
would only increase the
chances of an Arab attack
on Israel. He said Premier
Menahem Begin's offer of
self rule to the West Bank
Arabs "is nothing but a time
bomb that the Israeli gov-
ernment is planting against
Israel."

By HERBERT G. LUFF

(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)

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paper editor Donald Woods
and exposing the murder of
the nationalist leader..
Shooting is contemplated in
Kenya, Swasiland, Califor-
nia, and oddly enough in
Rhodesia.
Foreman sees in the
forthcoming film a story of
love and inter-racial un-
derstanding, with a "High
Noon" quality. He compares
Woods' situation with his
own past when he left the
U.S. during the McCarthy
era and became an exile in
England.
* e *
STANLEY KRAMER
has moved his motion pic-
ture activities to Seattle,
now partnering with Mel-
vin Simon, the Indianapolis
shopping center tycoon
who turned film producer
and financeer. Kramer
plans to return to his origi-
nal concept of low-budgeted
pictures of the early 1950s
when he made such all-time
classics as "Champion" and
"Home of the Brave" limit-
ing his shooting to five
weeks plus two weeks on-
camera rehearsals.
"The Runner Stumbles,"
his first at the Seattle
studio, is a love story and
stars Dick Van Dyke. Next
he will do, "The Last of the
Marx Bros. Writers," from
the recent Los Angeles
stage hit.

Church Criticism
of Israel Blasted

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Synagogue Council of
America (SCA) has accused
the governing board of the
National Council of
Churches (NCC) of "man-
ifest prejudice" for con-
demning Israel's use of the
cluster bomb during its in-
cursion into south Lebanon
last March.
Rabbi Saul I. Teplitz, the
SCA's president, said the
resolution on the NCC pre-
pared by the organization's
committee on inter-
religious affairs, headed by
Rabbi Mordechai Waxman,
of Temple Israel, Great
Neck, N.Y., was unanim-
ously approved by the SCA's
six constituent synagogues
and rabbinic bodies.
The NCC resolution did
not mention the March 11
terrorist raid that prompted
Israel's invasion of Leba-
_ non.

Musicians Start
Fund to Fight MS

LONDON — A multi-
million dollar fund to fight
multiple sclerosis may be
the result of the disease
striking cellist Jacqueline
du Pre seven years ago.
Her husband, conductor-
pianist Daniel Barenboim,
has begun the Jacqueline
du Pre Research Project to
which musicians will do-
nate their fees from four
concerts each year.
Participants include
Artur Rubenstein, Isaac
Stern, Pinchas Zuckerman,
Yitzhak Perlman, Vladimir
Ashkenazy, Zubin Mehta
and Barenboim.

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