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gations to the latest round
of autonomy talks said
Wednesday there was
"some progress" made, but
they all agreed that it was
far from satisfactory.
Dr. Yosef Burg, head of
the Israeli delegation, said
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cluding this round of talks
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erted. Dr. Mustapha Khalil,
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agreed to discuss the
security problems in the
territories. Khalil noted an-
other advantage — the fact
that all working teams and
committees would work
simultaneously with the
ministerial committees.
Noting the progress
made, American envoy Sol
Linowitz said all parties
shared the disappointment
that the progress was not
greater. He said he had
talked Tuesday with
President Jimmy Carter —
who was not satisfied with
the achievements, in the
words of Linowitz. How-
ever, noted Linowitz, one
should move forward with
patience.
The delegations agreed
that a team of ministers
would discuss the issue of
security at -Gaza, Egypt,
next week. At the same
time working groups
dealing with other as-
pects of the autonomy
will meet continuously.
The decision to set up a
ministers team on security
seems to be the major out-
come of the present negotia-
tions, since the question of
how to tackle this sensitive
issue seemed to threaten
the entire talks.
However, the agreement
is purely one -of procedure.
The Israelis will continue to
insist that the issue of over-
all responsibility for the au-
tonomy must first be set-
tled.
Burg quoted a statement
by Premier Menahem Begin
Tuesday night that Israel
should maintain control
over the security in the
West Bank.

was

HW Art Fair
Marks 20th Year

The 20th annual Hun-
tington Woods Art Fair will
be held noon-6 p.m. May 17
and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 18
in front of Burton School.
The fair will feature
works in a variety of media
and entertainment. There
will be an art auction 7:30
p.m. May 17 in the Burton
School.
Admission to the art fair
is free.

Berkley to Hold
Art Display

The city of Berkley and
the Berkley Beautification
Committee will hold their
ninth annual sidewalk art
display and fair June 14 on
Coolidge Highway between
Catalpa and 12 Mile: The
display and fair will begin
at 10 a.m.
For application forms,
contact the Berkley City
Hall, 3338 Coolidge. For in-
formation, call Pat Guarino,
545-1171.

Detroiter Cited

„ Former
Detroiter
Leonard Lubin was the re-
cipient of an American Book
Award last week for his
illustrations in "The Birth-
day of the Infantata" by
Oscar Wilde. Lubin, a free-
lance illustrator, now lives
in Brooklyn.

CBS to Air Warsaw Ghetto Story

By HERBERT LUFT

(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)

JOHN •HERSEY's
novel, "The Wall," pub-
lished by alfred A. Knopf 30
years ago, will now reach
the screen in a motion pic-
ture adaptation by Millard
Lampell, who wrote the
mid-1950s Broadway ver-
sion with George C. Scott in
the central role of Dolek Be-
rson.
The film is a joint venture
of Time-Life Television and
the Polish Poltex, with
David Susskind as execu-
tive producer and Harry R.
Sherman as the producer.
Planned as a three-hour TV
special, the picture 'com-
mences photography on lo-
cation at actual sites in Po-
land and in Warsaw studios.
Robert L. Markowitz will
direct the film version of the
book, which covers the
period from November 1939
to May 1943 and was the
first comprehensive account
of tragedy behind the ghetto
walls of the Polish capital,
Warsaw. "The Wall" is
scheduled for airing by CBS
late this fall -.
MARILYN KAGAN,
who co-stars with Jodie Fos-
ter as one of the teenagers in
the motion picture "Foxes,"
says that she supported her-
self by singing afweddings
and Bar Mitzvahs while
studying acting in Hol-
lywood. The ambitious
young lady has appeared on
stage in 'Midnight Moon at
the Greasy Spoon" with
John Marley, and in the re-
cent revival of "Country
Girl" at Lee Strasberg's Ac-
tors' Studio.
"Foxes," is produced by
David Puttnam (of "Mid-
night Express") and Gerald
Ayres from an original
screenplay by Ayres.
DR. JULES STEIN,
founder of MCA, Inc. and
Lew Wasserman, chairman
and chief executive officer of
the company, which con-
trols Universal Studios,
have contributed $2 million
to a special maintenance
fund for the Motion Picture
Country House and Hospi-
tal in Woodlnd Hills. The
money goes to the operating
fund of the 41-acre West
Valley Premises, home for
the elderly and sick among
Hollywood's actors, writers,
directors, and craftsmen of
every grade.
WALTER MATTHAU
renders a wistful, whimsi-
cal portrayal as "Sorrowful
Jones," a Damon -Runyon
-character in the remake of
"Little Miss Marker," the
stingy, grouchy horse-

Ahya Down

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Aliya figures for the first
quarter of this year show a
27.4 percent drop compared
to the same period in 1979.
The overall number of im-
migrants was 6,769.
Some of the drop is appar-
ently accountable to a de-
cline in the number of
Soviet Jews leaving the
USSR. The dropout rate at
Vienna for the January-
March period was just below
60 percent.

racing bookie and con-
firmed bachelor who be-
comes attached to a six-
year-old orphan girl and
romantically entangled
with a socialite.
Walter Bernstein has
re-written and directed the
streamlined remake of the
Shirley Temple movie with
Sara Stimson in the title
role, Julie Andrews as
Amanda, Lee Grant as the
curious judge, and Tony
Curtis as the flamboyant
gangster "Blackie." In the
1963 version of "Little Miss
Marker," then entitled "40
Pounds of Trouble," Curtis
portrayed the Walter
Matthau part.
MILTON BERLE re-
turns to the West Coast
stage in "Guys and Dolls"
portraying Nathan Detroit
in the award-winning
Frank Loesser-Abe Bur-
rows musical to open the
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the Samuel Goldwyn
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and Sir Laurence Olivier,
after a short hiatus when
director Sidney Furie was
dismissed a few weeks ago.

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