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March 30, 1984 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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Friday, March 30, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Hollywood — Georgia
Brown, who starred on
Broadway and in Los
Angeles in the stage musi-
cal, Oliver, will portray the
title role in the new adapta-
tion of Moshe Mizrachi's
film, Madame Rosa, depict-
ing a Jewish refugee woman
who is desolate in the ghetto
quarters of Paris in the af-
termath of WWII and tries
to bring up a small Arab or-
phan boy. Ms. Brown, one of
Britain's most powerful
voices on stage, the concert
hall and nightclubs, distin-
guished herself in this coun-
try in the television
dramatization of Jerome
Lawrence's book Actor in
which she portrayed Paul
Muni's mother, with Her-
schel Bernardi as the
father. The stage version of
Rosa will be a musical with
music and lyrics by Gilbert
Decar. Hal Prince will di-
rect.
* * *
Job's Revolt , from Hun-
gary and France's Entre
Nous, two of the five
Oscar-nominated foreign-
language pictures, deal
with the menace of Nazism..
Hungary's entry was made
by the same studio that
gave us the Academy-award
winning Mephisto in 1982.
While the Klaus Mann
story dealt with the earlier
period of the Hitler regime,
the current epic turns to the

sented with an award at the
same luncheon by his long-
time client, Academy
Award winner Sidney
Poitier whose career he had
guided for a quarter-
century. Baum's own career
is a fascinating one.
Bronx-born, he was just 17
and out of Flushing High
when he enlisted in the Sig-
nal Corps, emerging four
years later with five battle
stars for service in both the
European and Pacific
theaters of war.
After WWII, he worked as
a press agent with Norman
Lear. Next, he was a stage
manager in Long Beach,
L.I., studying nights at
Equity Library in order to
qualify for the job. He
worked with such agents as
Jean Fowler, Jerry Rosen
and Jules Ziegeler.
At Columbia Pictures in
New York, with casting
chief Max • Arnow, he
selected players for films
with Eastern backgrounds.
In Hollywood, he had such
clients, as Poitier, E. G.
Marshall, Don Rickles,
John Cassavetes and Gena
Rowlands.
* * *
Among the Oscar
nominees this year are Jane
Alexander for Testament, a
stirring epic dealing with
the last survivors after a
nuclear holocaust; and
Debra Winger

year of 1943 when the Jews
of a small community are •
rounded-up by the militia.
Job and his wife have
adopted a small Christian
boy to live on through him
after their deportation. The
picture was directed by
Imre Gyongyossy and Bar-
nay Kabay.
Entre Nous is a real-life
story written and directed
by Diane Kurys that takes
us back to the deportation
and the St. Cyprien camp in
the Pyrenees. Isabelle Hup-
pert is a young Jewish
woman without a national-
ity who marries a Fren-
chman of her own faith in
order to survive.

* * *

Charles K. Feldman,
prominent Hollywood at-
torney, agent and film pro-
ducer, was honored post-
humously by the Associa-
tion of Talent Agents at an
award luncheon, with Bay
Stark making the presenta-
tion. Orphaned at six and
earing his law degree while
working as a camera assis-
tant under John Ford,
Feldman rose to great
power in the industry, re-
presenting David 0.
Selznick, Samuel Goldwyn,
Jack Warner and Darryl
Zanuck. Among the new ta-
lents he developed were
Kirk Douglas 'and Lauren
Bacall.
Marty Baum was pre-

Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.

WHEN IS IT MY TURN?

A SURVIVAL COURSE FOR FAMILIES WITH AGING RELATIVES

Jewish Home for Aged and the Jewish Community Center Present

Session I

Session II

Session HI

April 25, 1984, 7:30-10:00 P.M.
IS THE BEST YET TO BE?
Aging in America, 1984

May 2, 1984, 7:30-10:00 P.M.
IS THAT REALLY YOU?
Physical and Emotional
_ Aspects of Aging

May 9, 1984, 7:30-10:00 P.M.
DO I OWE YOU ANYTHING?
Guilt and -Other Reactions
to an Aging Relative

Martin Lubetsky, M.D., Psychiatry
William Solomon, M.D.,
Geriatric and Internal Medicine

Elaine Friedman
Assistant Director of Social Work,
Jewish Home for Aged

Charles S. Wolfe,
Executive Vice-President,
Jewish Home for Aged

Workshop Following

Session VI

Session IV

Session V

May 16, 1984, 7:30-10:00 P.M.
HOW MUCH DID
YOU SAY THAT IS?
Financial Aspects
Concerning the Elderly

May 23, 1984, 7:30-10:00 P.M.
WHERE DO WE GO NOW?
Available Community Services

Stephen R. Roizen
Associate Director, Jewish Home for Aged

Workshop Following

Workshop Following

THIS PROGRAM IS COORDINATED AND MODERATED BY EUGENE JAFFE, ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

May 30, 1984, 7:30-10:00 P.M.
WHAT DO I DO NOW?
Alternatives and Options

Evelyn Kasle, M.A.,
Retirement Planner

Open Discussion with
Speakers from All Sessions

LOCATION

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

6600 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield

REGISTRATION FORM

Pre-registration is necessary as Registration is limited.
The cost is $10.00 per person for all six sessions.

Name

Address

City

DATES AND TIMES

Eugene Jaffe,
Assistant Executive Director,
Jewish Community Center
Miriam Sandweiss,
Program Developer, Senior Adult Center,
Jewish Community Center
Workshop Following

WEDNESDAYS, April 25 and May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
7:30-10:00 P.M.
Coffee will be served

FOR INFORMATION

PLEASE CALL RENEE MAHLER

Director of Special Projects
Jewish Home for Aged

532-7112

State

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Please make check payable to Jewish Home for Aged
Please return check and Registration form to:
JHA/JCC
19100 WEST SEVEN MILE ROAD
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48219

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