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November 16, 1979 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-16

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Friday, November 16, 1919 69

TiliETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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To: The Je wish News

17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.

',comedy which went before
the cameras in September
stars Britain's Charlotte
JOAN
MICKLIN Rampling, France's
SILVER'S "Head Over
Marie-Christine Barrauli
Heels," is based on the novel and Hollywood's Jessica
"Chilly Scenes of Winter" Harper who will surround
by Anne r-Beattle and him on the screen. The
adapted to the screen by Allen film is being produced
Mrs. Silver. The story tells_ by Jack Rollins, Charles H.
us the battle of sexes of two Joffe and Robert Greenhut.
lovable young people who
Like "Manhattan," the
have lost each other at the film, shot by cinematog-
offset and gradually find the rapher Gordon Willis is in
need for sharing their prob- black and white. Woody
lem.
Allen functions as writer-
This is the third film di- director and central char-
rected by Mrs. Silver, who is acter.
the daughter-in-law of
DAVID BEGELMAN
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver.
rides again, first as co-
WOODY ALLEN'S producer (with Freddie
latest, still unnamed screen Fields) of "Wholly Moses" a
biblical spoof with Gary
Weiss (of TV's "Saturday
Night Live") directing on
locations in the California
desert; and later next. year
kibutz in Israel and with the filming of the mus-
building ties with various
communities and resear-
chers.
The project will explore
how and why the kibutz
evolved. It will encourage
study and dialogue on the
internal structure and func-
tioning of various areas of
kibutz life. The kibutz will
thus be viewed as a labora-
tory for testing theories
about human nature, social
organization, and historical
process. Comparative
studies with other com-
munities and social innova-
tions will illuminate this
task.
A report on initial re-
search of the current project
prepared at the request of
the United States Depart-
ment of Health, Education,
and Welfare is to be re-
leased later this year.

Project for Kibutz Studies
Initiated at Harvard Univ.

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STEVE SHAGAN, author
of the Writers Guild
award-winning motion pic-
ture "Save the Tiger," who
twice was nominated for an
Oscar, has written a new
novel entitled, The For-
mula," which has been pur-
chased by Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer for filming
at the studios and on loca-
tion throughout Germany.
"The Formula," which
starts out,with the downfall
of the Third Reich in the
spring of 1945 and then
moves to present day Be-
verly Hills, Calif., is an ex-
pose involving OPEC, Arab

terrorists, Israelis and
Germans within the frame
of fiction.

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Suite 865

Southfield, Mich. 48075

WE'llf JUST

9

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. —
As part of a diversified
series of special research
programs, the Center for
Jewish Studies at Harvard
University is inaugurating
the Project for Kibutz
Studies.
The project will initiate a
program of research on the
history, ideology and de-
velopment of the kibutz
movement and the implica-
tions of the kibutz society in
modern times.
Dr. Joseph Re Blasi, lec-
turer in education and coor-
dinator of the Project on the
Kibutz and collective edu-
cation at the graduate
school of education for the
past three years, has been
named a research fellow
and will serve as director of
the program.
Dr. Blasi directed an
extensive research proj-
ect on the quality of life in
the kibutz and has taught
several courses at Har-
vard focusing on the
interdisciplinary study of
the social experiment. He
spent almost two years
collecting data on the

I desire to see the time
when education and by its
means, morality, sobriety,
enterprise and industry
shall become much more
general than at the present.
—Abraham Lincoln

Federation Apartments Gain
New Occupants for Phase 2

ical "Annie." Thomas
Meehan, author of the
Broadway hit, will write the
screenplay with Randal
Kleiser (of "Grease") direct-
ing.

* * *

JUDD HIRSCH, most
recently seen on the stage of
the Los Angeles Music Cen-
ter, co-stars with Mary
Tyler Moore and Donald
Sutherland in Paramount's
"Ordinary People" which is
based on the best-selling
novel by Judith Guest. The
picture marks the directo-
rial debut of Robert Red-
ford.

MEL BROOKS' com-
pany, with the comedian
only serving as supervisor,
will produce filmization of
"The Elephant Man," from
the book by Frederick Tre-
ves, an account of a freak
side show character in Vic-
torian England.

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-Pauline Weinstein, right, seated, looks over the
lease to her new apartment in Phase 2 of the Federa-
tion Apartments. Joining her, are, from left: Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Weinstein, sponsors; and board mem-
bers Freddy Shiffman and Bess Krolik. A total of 94
persons have been accepted for residency in the sec-
ond phase of the senior citizen housing development
sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Federation and
funded by the Allied Jewish Campaign. Helen
Naimark is the executive director, and Mark Schlus-
sel, president.

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