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Page 12. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, February 1, 1980 Shimon Peres to Head Labor Party Next Election for Premier TEL AVIV (JTA) -- The head the party's list in the next Peres to head the list. "There is no longer any intense dvalry within the Labor national election for Premier In a jubilant speech after the internal (party) rivalry. Our Party between Shimon Peres, ended last week when the vote, Peres, who is the party's rival is the Likud and only the Arab Po Increase in Yitzhak Rabin and Yigal Allen party's central committee chairman, said he was imbued Ukud." JERUSALF_ (JTA) -- The as to which of them would voted overwhelmingly for with a renewed confidence. , , , Arabs will comprise 20.6 per- Arab cent of israel's population by piained by ' immediate ]995, according to a demo- natural nCl graphic projection prepared a year. ln by the Hebrew University. The 600,00(I Do You Dare to Look Your Best;? '- I health care I survey covered Israel within its ageof ]5. GRAND OPENING I ' from " i 1967 borders. =1-- but included AccordS" til | the Service tha my Holttlls ! East Jru.a ::, i. _ J . | and N u.rsfrlg Homes ulNI I Itull. | University = ,,.o=---,i According tO the 1975 lation in rli I The Kessler s .,, rly.Oa,,.wly. It census, Arabscompdsed ]5..3 5,268,000, A A/._U i'JK,,r P" '"4r  ,neumdendBonderLRe"mceOheck" I;" percent of the Israeli popula- average tion. gration ofll  We pey ulery taxes | IIHAtlIII00 IIDIIFSII,I0000IIEI00J ,.,.-. ..,,..,,,..0,,,. "." ,.. ,.. ....ce.o,,., Holocaust Pla [I d. | -- ,,..,,, Conveleecenlilli ladb-PL Privete Duty  I II-mlM&J-JI'-/''eRN'se t'PN'l PARIS (JTA) -- Mayor H )idj For Appointment lfll|, = Aidee | Jacques Chirac last week sacrifice" phone645-3665 uu="849"OOTq unveiled a plaque to the vain. The,1 I ,o= =. =,,,.,,, *,,. o.,. i memory of the )2,000Jewish what hap | . .Morris end e/en Ktavetzky | 532 South Park Ave. I. invite you to cell them for. "'1 ch dren deported from Paris allow such h ffl Winter Park. Florida MeN-SAT  S I (Free Parking in Rear) lOam-6pm | Health Care Service by the Nazis during the again." ::  ,, occupation of France. What's going on: Mel and gym doesn'tjump at their Torme is at the Top of the command. It's recommended World (Contemporary Hotel) to anyone who was young until February l 0. The young once. composer riter-arranger,. has Winter Travelventure films been around for 30 years at Rollins is showing "Tunisia, looks young for his age (?). Crossroads of the Mediter- Mu,ical "Vanities," now ranean," Sat. Feb. 2nd, playing at the Rollins College narrated by Bob Davis. Annie Russell Theatre, will end Channel 24 is premiering a its run February g. 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OAKS CENTER-QAEI=B_E_RRY 831-3433 ONE .LOCK N. OF  ON HWY Z- ' 830-8662 ling saturn, courtroom drama, stories of the macabre and spine-chilling yarns, all in the Masterpiece Theatre tradition. First showing is a 90-rninute adaptation of "She Fell Among Thieves," Dornford Yates' tongue-in-cheek thriller of the 1920s. Malcolm McDowell, Eileen Atkins and Michael Jayston star in this story of high adventure and high camp. Review of the Kingfisher The kingfisher is a short- tailed, bright-colored bird which eats fish. The sight of this bird by the elegant play- boy Sir Cecil (Rex Harrison) in his garden under a magnifi- cent tree 50 years previously in company with Evelyn (Claudette Colbert) is the focal point around which the play revolves. Both had loved each other but Evelyn didn't trust his stability. Yet directly after her late husband's funeral she visits him at his home and he attempts to persuade her to marry him. With George Rose's sharp- edged and blunt comic remarks as the 50 year butler and valet, enhanced by the William Douglas Home pointed and clever dialogue, smoothly rendered by Harri- son and Colbert--the play comes off as a literate Noel Cowardish conversation piece. Without these veteran professionals, the play would have to be done only with actors trained in precise articu- lation. Not many of them are around today. The garden setting with a gigantic tree, artificial turf and a portion of a room entrance, by Alan Tagg, is a perfect setting for the action which takes place entirely outdoors. Despite the ages of the stars (which most of us are aware of) both Colbert, iln dresses and suits which reveal her trim form, and Harrison--the way that man wears clothes, down to his initialed velour pumps-- belie the years. And with the three actors--Oscar and Tony winners in their rich past-- Next show at the Carr Auditorium is Ain't Mis- behavin,' playing February 5- 10, a musical based on a legendary music man, Fats les Waller. and Review of Pippin Petillo's The formula is simple. "m.c.s," Throw some people together, is a sur rearrange the staging and and even some dialogue, add a Richard hefty mixture of well-cast appealing players, a lot of theatrical sings with genius, and you've got Griffith asl entertainment commandir Staged and directed by the rest Ralph L. Petillo at his Theatre sive in on Park, Pippin is an imagina- Gamber, tive musical satire and essay on power, kings, ambition and Ralph impractical idealism, son Young Pippin, a king's son, John Mc( finds that his search for the "true meaning of life" leads him to an attempt on his peasants, father's life. But to change the "undesirable" elements of by society--the injustices--is not director, an easy task. 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