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December 17, 1982 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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40 Friday, December 17, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ABC to Televise Wouk's Winds of War' in February

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GLATT
KOSHER

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Herman Wouk's best-
selling novel, "The Winds of
War," set in the years im-
mediately preceding Pearl
Harbor when the "final
solution" was taking shape
in Nazi Germany, will be
dramatized by the Ameri-
can Broadcasting Co. (ABC)
in an 18-hour prime time
network television series
beginning Feb. 6.
It traces the events and
forces that perpetrated the
Holocaust and brought the
entire world to the brink of

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Woulk, who is an obser-
vant Jew and one of Ameri-
ca's most successful
novelists, commented on
the production:
"Yes, the shtetl is gone.
Much of the ritual of the
traditional wedding lives on
among the religious com-

HERMAN WOUK --
destruction,
as
seen
through the eyes of an
American naval officer and
his family and an American
Jewish girl and her uncle.
The opening episode
which restores on film the
long-lost Jewish world of
the "shtetl" was filmed in
Zagreb, Yugoslavia.
The time is 1939. A
Jewish wedding is taking
place, witnessed by two
outsiders. They are
Natalie Jastrow, an
American Jew in search
of her European roots,
played by actress Ali
McGraw; and Byron
Henry, an American
non-Jew, played by
Jan-Michael Vincent.
ABC reported that ques-
tions were raised about
casting an actress sur-
named McGraw in a major
Jewish role. They were
quickly quieted by a remin-
der that Ms. McGraw's
mother was Jewish, accord-
ing to ABC.
Another member of the
cast is Chaim Topol, an Is-
raeli actor, who plays
Natalie's Polish cousin.
Topol is well known to
American audiences for his
role as Tevye in "Fiddler on
the Roof."

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Israel Budget
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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The projected 535 billion
shekel (about $17.8 billion)
Israel budget for fiscal
1982-1983 calls for five per-
cent across-the-board cuts
in the budgets of most
ministries.
The Defense Ministry
will not be affected because
of the need to pay for the
war in Lebanon.

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PARIS (JTA) — Paris
Chief Rabbi Alain Goldman
inaugurated a new syna-
gogue in the Paris suburb of
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heart of the city's "Red Belt"
operated for a generation by
Communist municipalities.
Several thousand Jews,
mainly of North African
origin, live in the area.
Goldman said at the in-
auguration that the new
synagogue is part of a gen-
eral plan which aims at
opening synagogues and
community centers in all
areas "in which Jews live
and pray."
Forty synagogues have
been built during the last 20
years, Goldman said. The
plan provides for the con-
struction of three new syna-
gogues in Paris itself in
areas in which Jews have
settled only in recent years.

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among American Hasidim
and yeshiva students; but
the setting in which it de-
veloped and flourished for
hundreds of years was de-
stroyed forever by the Ger-
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