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January 25, 1980 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-25

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filmed by Andre de la Varre,
the prize-winning French
photographer, will be fea-
tured on the World Adven-
ture Series program at the
Detroit Institute of Art 2:30
p.m. Feb. 3.
Marking the event as a
festival, the sponsors have
invited leading community
personalities to serve as
hosts at a reception after the
showing of the film, at
which Israeli wine, cheese
and crackers will be served.
Attending the Israel pro-
gram will be the Israel Con-
sul General of the Midwest
Moshe Gilboa.
For the past 12 years,
de La Varre has pro-

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He has produced half-
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states of Virginia and New
York and the cities of Char-
leston, S.C., and Mt. Ver-
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De La Varre also is a. con-
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of the Vienna Academy of
Music.

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By HERBERT LUFT

(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)

JERRY LEWIS plays a
soulful, out-of-work circus
clown who tries unsuc-
cessfully to hold a job in the
real world, in the picture
appropriately titled,
"Hardly Working," com-
pleted last year at the Gold
Coast film studios of south-
ern Florida. Lewis func-
tioned as writer and direc-
tor in addition to portraying
the central character with
Susan Oliver, Harold J.
Stone, Deanna Lund, Steve
Franken, Buddy Lester,
Jerry Lester, Leonard Stone
and pint-sized Billy Barty
at his side.
Following wrap-up of
production, Lewis com-
menced photography on his
next, "That's Life," which
he directed, with Molly Pi-
con, Red Buttons, James
Darren and Marcia Rodd in
the leads, and himself only
in a couple of cameos.
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Choir's African
Tour Protested

LONDON (JTA) — A
proposed tour of South Af-
rica by the London Jewish
male voice choir is under
fire from the British anti-
apartheid movement, which
campaigns against cultural,
sporting and economic links
with South Africa.
Peter Hain, leader of the
anti-apartheid movement,
has claimed that the choir's
visit would give comfort to
South Africa's white rulers
and even if their perform-
ances were not segregated,
the hotels or homes they
stayed in and restaurants
they ate in would be.
The choir's conductor,
Dr. Julian Schindler, has
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cepted it would be per-
forming only within the
Jewish community.
Hayim Pinner, general
secretary of the Board of
Deputies of British Jews, to
whom the anti-apartheid
movement has protested,
said the board is strongly
opposed to racism but that
the question of segregated
concerts did not arise as
there are no black Jews in
South Africa.

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Comedian Jerry Lewis Has
New Film 'Hardly Working'

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•THE DETROIT . JEWiSli NEWS

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screen debut in the rock
musical, "The Rose," with
an original story entitled,
"The Polish Nightengale"
set in the period on the eve
of World War H.

TONY CURTIS will ap-
pear under the aegis of Gor-
don Davidson on the stage of
the Mark Taper Forum in
Los Angeles in the world
premiere of Neil Simon's
play, "I Ought to Be in Pic-
tures," supported by Dinah
Manoff and Joyce Van Pat-
ten, under the direction of
Herbert Ross.
DUSTIN HOFFMAN is
the winner of the Best Ac-
tor's award from the Los
Angeles Film Critics Asso-
ciation. Hoffman was
selected for his portrayal of
the anguished father in
"Kramer vs. Kramer." Mel-
vin Douglas was named
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the Middle East during
1979. Of the 339, 23 were
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among residents of the
occupied territories, where
the number of incidents was
down 31 percent in the West
Bank compared to 1978, but
up 70 percent in the Gaza
Strip.
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cidents along the Jordanian
frontier and a 53 percent

drop in the number along
the Lebanese border. How-
ever, incidents inside Israel
were up by 56 percent.

New Chairman
for Clal Ltd.

NEW YORK — Samuel
Neaman, national
president of the American-
Israel Chamber of Com-
merce and Industry, Inc.,
has been elected co-
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