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April 08, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-08

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Friday, April 8,1 983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Art Works
on Display

Watercolors by Paul Jen-
kins; acrylics on canvas by
Gene Davis; graphics by
Robert Motherwell, Richard
Smith, Ronald Davis and
Philip Pearlstein; and a cast
paper multiple by Larry
Rivers will be on display
throughout April at I. Irv-
ing Feldman Galleries in
Southfield.
Gallery hours are 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday
and noon to 4 p.m. Satur-
day.

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sable, herring, bagels, etc. . . every Sunday Morning
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The perch
are running Friday
night...forsP

Oscar Winner "Moshe Mizrahi
to Direct Eisner's 'Survivor'

By HERBERT LUFT

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Moshe
Mizrahi, the Israeli film di-
rector who was nominated
for an Academy Award for
the Hebrew-language
"House on Chelouche
Street" and won an Oscar
for "Madame Rosa" four
years ago, has been signed
to direct Jack P. Eisner's
autobiographical novel,
"The Survivor," dealing
with the children of the
Warsaw Ghetto during
World War II.
Eisner, today a manufac-
turer in New York, has been
involved in the permanent
memorial for the victims of
the Holocaust and has spo-
ken throughout the country
warning people of a re-
surgence of Nazism and fas-
cism.
The screen play for the
film has been written by
Mizrahi in collaboration
with Abby Mann, the
Academy Award-winning
author of "Judgment at
Nuremberg."
"The Survivor" begins
filming in May with a
budget of $6 million. Miz-
rahi currently is in New
York to cast the principals,
basically teenaged boys and
girls, who all will speak
English in the motion pic-
ture, which will be filmed on
location in Poland.
*** .

. WALTER MIRISCH

will receive the Jean Her-
sholt Humanitarian Award
from the Academy of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences at
the 55th Oscar presenta-
tion, April 11.
Mirisch, a veteran film
maker, was voted the award
for providing 'leadership in
community and industry af-
fairs. The award is deter-
mined by the Academy's
board of directors. Mirisch
is the 22nd recipient, the
last being Danny Kaye at
the 54th presentation last
year.
In 1967, Mirisch received
an Oscar as producer of "In
the Heat Of The Night." In
1977, he was honored with
the Irving G. Thalberg
Memorial Award, and with
this year's He _ rsholt Award
becomes- only the second in-
dividual to hold both
awards; the other is the late
Samuel Goldwyn.
* * *

BARBARA SINATRA
received the Scopus Award
of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem at the fifth an-
nual gala of the Palm
Springs Chapter of the
American Friends . of the

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Enjoy a delicious full course family style dinner of fresh,
tender perch, seafood chowder, relish tray, lyonnaise
potatoes, cole slaw, vegetables and biscuits.

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Health Screening
Free in April

A battery of free health
screening tests will be of-
fered through April 28 at
various sites in Wayne,
Oakland, Macomb, Living-
ston, St. Clair, Monroe and
Washtenaw counties.
To learn what special
tests are available, call the
Project Health-O-Rama
Hotline, 271-7800, between
10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Monday-Friday.

Hebrew University last
month. -
In becoming a Scopus
laureate, Mrs. Sinatra joins
her husband, Frank, who
was awarded the 1976

Scopus Award in Los
Angeles. She was cited for
her humanitarian and
philanthropic endeavors in
Palm Springs and on inter-
national levels.

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