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July 17, 1981 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NElla,i

It is expedient to have an
acquaintance with those
who have looked into the
world; who know men,

understand business, and
can give you good intelli-
gence and good advice when
they are wanted.

By HERBERT G. LUFT

MSS -MSS SMSSEE
SKORPIOS EJ

(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)



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From Survivor to Stardom:
Actor Tells of Rise to Fame

HOLLYWOOD — Robert
Clary, the diminutive
French performer who first
came to the attention of the
American public both in the
Broadway show and filmic
version of Leonard
Sillman's "New Faces of
1954," quickly went from
musical revues and night-
clubs to such soap operas as
"Days of Our Lives," in
which he appeared for many
a year, to become a regular
on XV quiz programs and
theatrical movies (such as
"The Hindenberg").
He spoke in Hollywood
before a group of college and
high school students about
an earlier experience in his
life when he, a Jewish boy,
managed to survive the
Nazi Holocaust in slave
labor camps and exter-
mination centers. He has
the concentration camp
number A5174 tattooed on
his arm, a living proof of the
dreadful past.
Born in 1926, Clary was
picked up with his whole
family by the Germans in
1942 and shipped off in a
cattle car to the east.
Though only 16 when ar-
rested in Paris, he spent a
total of 19 months in forced
labor. He is the sole sur-
vivor of his family.
When the war seemed
lost to the Germans, he
became one in a group of
4,000 prisoners in a death
march of 15 days through
ice and snow across the
continent of Europe to
the Buchenwald camp,
which the leaders of the
Third Reich regarded
well within the inner wall
of fortifications. Only one
half of the living skele-
tons arrived alive at the
camp site.
Clary, in this country best
known as a "funny man,"
was asked by some of the
students how he, a . survivor
of the Holocaust, could have
had the nerve to participate
for years in the television
comedy series of "Hogan's
Heroes," in which life be-
hind the barbed wire
seemed to be full of horsep-
lay and fun. Clary pointed
out that the network show
depicted prisoners of war
who, under the Geneva
Convention, were treated
more humanely than were
minority group civilians,
especially Jews made state-
less under the Nazi laws.
INGRID BERGMAN
has decided to accept the co-
veted role of Israeli Prime
Minister Golda Meir in the
four-hour television epic of
"A Woman Called Golda."
Principal photography on
"A Woman Called Golda"
will commence in Sep-
tember with a shooting
schedule of 12 weeks on ac-
tual locations in Israel.
BARBRA STREISAND
is making her directorial
debut in a musical film
based on Isaac Bashevis
Singer's story and sub-
sequent Broadway play,
"Yentl," in addition to por-
traying the role of the young
girl who poses as a yeshiva

I think I have learned, in
some degree at least, to dis-
regard the old maxim "Do
not get others to do what

boy in order to study the
holy books. Set in Poland
under the Czar of Russia,
"Yentl" will be shot in its
entirety in Czechoslovakia.
BARBARA CARRERA
was named best actress of
the year for her perform-
ance in the television epic,
"Masada," in which she ap-
peared with Peter Strauss
and Peter O'Toole. The
award was given by Nosot-
ros, the Latin-Hispanic
organization in Hollywood
established to improve the
image of minorities on sc-
reen and stage.
MEL BLANC, who has
supplied the voices of more
than 3,000 cartoons over the
past 40 years, was pre-
sented a certificate of com-
mendation by Fay Kanin,
president of the Academy of
Motion Picture Arts and
Sciences, at a special pro-
gram saluting Blanc's con-
tribution to animation art
held recently at the
academy.

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Adult, beginner Israeli
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you can do yourself." My
motto on the other hand is,
"do not do that which others
can do as well."

Ow Sundays, 2 to 9:30 —Closed Mon.

New Loan Guide
Issued for Olim

The Southfield Public Li-
brary Children's Division
summer reading program
will present "Rum-
pelstiltskin" and other
favorite folktales performed
by the Brendel Puppets at
the Southfield Public Li-
brary Wednesday at 2 p.m.
The free performance is
designed for children of
elementary school age.

1981 35

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JERUSALEM — Loans
granted to new immigrants
for shipping and airline tic-
kets will be converted to
grants, automatically, if the
oleh (new immigrant) re-
mains in Israel for five
years, according to new
Jewish Agency loan condi-
tions.
new
the
Under
guidelines, loans will be
granted only in cases of fi-
nancial need and for 70 per-
cent of the allotted shipping
and transportation expense.
According to Raphael
Kotlowitz, head of the
Jewish Agency's depart-
ment of aliya and absorp-
tion, loans will be granted
only in cases of demon-
strated need based on a re-
view of the loan application
by a committee set up for
that purpose.
In cases of special
need, he pointed out, 100
percent loans will be ap-
proved but the new im-
migrant will be obligated
to repay 30 percent of the
note.
Immigrants who do not
remain in Israel for five
consecutive years will be
required to repay the loan in
full with interest.

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