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November 10, 1995 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-10

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husband, including the script for
Grand Canyon, which earned
them Academy Award and Gold-
en Globe nominations for best
original screenplay.
His first script, The Bodyguard
was written on the Kasdans'
kitchen table in Pointe '0 Woods
Apartments in Southfield. hi two
years, Mr. Kasdan received 67 re-
jections for the screenplay, a film
that would finally be produced in
1992 starring Kevin Costner and
Whitney Houston. The film
grossed more than $400 million.
On Monday, when asked
about his religious beliefs, Mr.
Kasdan said, "I consider myself
a Humanist. I believe there's

good in people as well as bad.
There's a collective force among
people that we're not always
aware of. I tried to deal with that
in The Accidental Tourist, Wyatt
Earp and Grand Canyon.
"Any project that I'm involved
in will have some Jewish content
in it because I'm Jewish. My mar-
riage was the time I felt the most
Jewish — in this temple. I con-
skier myself a Jew all the time."
Rabbi Wine described Mr. Kas-
dan as the "Humanist in Holly-
wood." "He's an idealist He was
that then, and he is that now.
He'd make an extraordinary Hu-
manist rabbi." ❑

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5 marquise diamonds 5.50cts, plus
137 baguette diamonds 8.00cts. Platinum.
$20,500
Lot no. 1038

Diamond Bracelet

1 emerald cut diamond 5.86cts, plus
2 baguette diamonds. Platinum.
$52,000
Lot no. 00204

1 center emerald cut diamond 2.90cts,
10 marquise 4.50cts, 18 round 3.00cts,
94 baguette diamonds 17.00cts, 13 emerald cut
diamonds 7.00cts, plus 4 fancies 0.75 pts.
Platinum.
$65,000
Lot no. 1627

Ladies Ring

Ladies Sapphire Ring

1 square royal blue sapphire 22.43cts flanked
by 2 trillion diamonds 2.80cts. Platinum.
$52,000
Lot no. 4695

Diamond Wedding Band

23 marquise diamonds 4.20cts. Platinum.
$11,000
Lot no. 5926

"Art Deco"
Platinum & Diamond Bracelet

3 marquise diamonds approx. 2.25cts.
228 diamonds approx. 16.5cts.
(shown below)
$27,500
Lot no. 1593

Ruby & Diamond Ring

1 oval ruby 7.76cts surrounded by
44 baguette diamonds 3.00cts. 18KYG.
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Diamond Drop Earrings

52 marquise diamonds 11.50cts plus
18 baguette diamonds 0.70cts. Platinum.
$22,500
Lot no. 3076

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All items available for examination
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