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May 30, 1980 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-30

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Friday, May 30, 1980 25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Empire' Film
Written By
Former Detroiter

Former Detroiter Lawr-
ence Kasdan is quickly
gaining a reputation as Hol-
lywood's hottest young
scriptwriter since writing
the screenplay for the
sequel to Star Wars, The
Empire Strikes Back."
The 31-year-old Univer-
sity of Michigan graduate
worked as an advertising
copywriter for W.B. Doner
in Southfield before head-
ng for the West coast. "Em-
ire" was his first piece of
work to reach the screen.
His new screenplay, "Raid-
ers of the Lost Ark," will be
made into a feature film di-
rected by Steven Spielberg.

Princess' Film
Hampers British-
Saudi Relations

NEW YORK — Efforts by
the British Foreign Office to
reduce the sentences of a
British surgeon and his wife
in Saudi Arabia, have been
hampered by the showing of
"Death of a Princess," ac-
cording to an Arab dip-
lomat in London.
The surgeon, Richard Ar-
not, and his wife Penelope,
were sentenced to public
floggings for violating the
Saudi laws against alcohol
consumption. Arnot is also
serving a jail term for the
offense.
The film, shown last
month on U.S. public televi-
sion, was produced by the
British Broadcasting Corp.

Polanski in Israel to Seek
Possible Film Locations

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Roman Polanski, the
Polish-born Jewish film di-
rector and Holocaust sur-
vivor, is on his first visit to
Israel to inspect possible lo-
cations for his next film
"The Pirates."
It will be produced by an
Israeli businessman, Arnon
Milchan, who is Polanski's
host and guide for his
10-day visit, and Sam
Weinberg.
The 47-year-old movie-
maker was saved from the
Holocaust when his father
had him smuggled out of the
Cracow ghetto after the
Nazi occupation of Poland.
He achieved international
fame for his film, "Knife in
the Water," made in Poland,
and for his American films
such as "Rosemary's Baby"

Council Names
Parley Chairman

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Steven M. Dworken of the
Anshe Chesed Synagogue
Center, Linden, N.Y., will
serve as chairman of the
44th annual convention of
the Rabbinical Council of
America, June 23-26, in
Miami Beach.

Correction

"1980 Restaurant Direc-
tory" published by B & G
Publications is available at
local bookstores. It is not
available by calling the
publisher.

and "Chinatown."
While in Israel, Polanski
will attend the screening of
his latest film, "Tess," based
on the Thomas Hardy novel
"Tess of the D'Urbervilles."
The proceeds will be do-
nated to charity.

`Errors, Play
at Oakland U.

William Shakespeare's
"The Comedy of Errors" will
open 8:30 p.m. June 6 in the
Barn Theatre at Oakland
University.
"The Comedy of Errors"
will be performed in the
Barn Theatre on June 6-8,
13-15, and 20-22. Curtains
are at 8:30 p.m. on Fridays
and Saturdays with 6:30
p.m. shows on Sundays.
There are 2:30 p.m. Sunday
matinees on June 15 and 22.
For information, call the
box office, 377-2000.

Steven Grant
Exhibit Opens

Poolside Cafe
at Michigan Inn

A Prayer

The Michigan Inn has
opened its outdoor Poolside
Cafe, serving a la carte and
buffet entrees, as well as
fruit drinks and ice cream
cocktails from 11:30 a.m.
daily.
On Friday evenigns, be-
ginning June 6, a folksinger
will entertain from 5:30 to 9
p.m.

In the dark world of the
blind
may God grant an inner
light
so .that somehow they will
find
a path that glows through
the night.

By EVE DISHELL

LENNY
LIEBERMAN

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ERA Support

NEW YORK — Sholoin
D. Comay of Pittsburgh, na-
tional chairman of Mite
American Jewish' Commit-
tee's Domestic Affairs
Commission, has urged all
AJCommittee members
who are corporate leaders to
join the National Business
Council for the Equal
Rights Amendment.

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artist Steven Grant are cur-
rently on continuous ex-
hibition at the Gallery Re-
naissance, 400 Renaissance
Center, Detroit.
The exhibition features
the artist's modern draw-
ings. Grant will open a sec-
ond exhibition at Galleria
Fiorentia, Florence, Italy,
in September.
Grant has exhibited in
Australia, Holland, Nepal
and in Scotland.

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