I was in Jerusalem Nov. 9, 1986, when I heard that the giddy star of the TV sketch comedy series Laugh-In (1968-73)was having a tete-a-tete with Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir. I immediately invited myself over. Not an avid moviegoer, Shamir had to be reminded that his guest starred in such films as Private Benjamin, in which she played a Jewish American Princess in the U.S. Army. Goldie is on her way to Tel Aviv to visit the site of a proposed cinematheque to be built in memory of her agent, Stan Kamen, of William Morris. She said she’s recruiting Barbra Streisand and Warren Beatty to chair a fundraising dinner in L.A. to bankroll the project.