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July 23, 1982 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-23

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32 Friday, July 23, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Everything

(Continued from Page 31)
tion class once a week at a
private school in Detroit.
With Northfield Hilton
General Manager Arthur
Gimson and Brian Minard
both from England, British
people enjoy their stay at
the hotel doubly so.
Recently, singer Elton
John discovered Brian's
background and called to
have eight Cottage Pies
ready when he returned
to the hotel after an en-
gagement ... Brian made
them for John ... ground
beef, spices, gravy, in in-
dividual containers,
mashed potatoes on top
. . . and put into the oven.
The Northfield Hilton
Salad bar, by the way, stays
open for people coming from
Pine Knob.
Next door in Hurley's is
Paul Locrichio . . . whose
last two evenings there are
today and tomorrow . . . tel-
ling the audience, "I'm
proud of Detroit. To all you
folks from out of town, when
Detroit is down, the whole
country suffers" . . . Then he
belts out "Detroit, Detroit"
to the tune of "New York,
New York."
During Super Bowl
Weekend, Paul was at Hur-
ley's, where Barron Hilton
came to see him three times
in a row . . . something the
hotel giant doesn't do for
very many entertainers .. .

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Hilton said that he only saw
one entertainer that could
excite an audience more
than Paul . . . Elvis Presley.
Backed by a group with
four guys and a gal, Paul
is like no entertainer .. .
he's that good ... The
place was packed . . . un-
usual for a Thursday
evening at Hurley's and
Paul received the
acclaim of standing ova-
tions after each of his
shows.
His singing is hypnotiz-
ing . . . so much vibrant ver-
satility . . . And how people
love his impressions .. .
Johnny Mathis, Paul Anka,
Elvis Presley, Tom Jones,
Frankie Vallee, Stevie
Wonder, Wayne Newton,
Bob Seger, Neil Diamond,
etc., etc., etc.
After tomorrow night,
Paul will appear at Gino's
Surf on E. Jefferson for one
week . . . then back to Hur-
ley's for a week, Aug 2-7 .. .
then Aug. 13-15 he'll head-
line the Italian Festival at
Freedom Hill in Sterling
Heights . . . The month of
September, Paul and his
group will be at Dewey's in
the Michigan Inn.
He puts on two shows .. .
and the band plays in bet-
ween for dancing.
If you haven't seen Paul
Locrichio, that's one void
you must fill.

TEL AVIV (JTA) - A
Palestine Liberation
Organization leader who
surrendered himself to Is-
raeli forces in Lebanon, said
on a radio interview that he
was proud of the PLO's dip-
lomatic successes but
ashamed of its terrorist tac-
tics.
Assad Sulieman Abdul-
Kadr, a close associate of
PLO chief Yasir Arafat and
El Fatah commander in
south Lebanon, told Israel
Radio Arab Affairs corre-
spondent Aharon Barnea, "I
am not saying this because I
am now in your hands. I
have always felt this way."
Speaking in English in the
taped interview broadcast
last weekend, he said he had
advised Arafat to leave Be-
irut with the rest of his men.
A "new era has begun
which the Israelis' mis-
named 'Peace for Galilee'
campaign . . . There is now
a new reality and the death
of neither a single Palesti-
nian or Israeli can solve our
problems . . . There's now a
new situation. We need a
transitional period," he
said.
Abdul-Kadr, who used
the PLO code name of Salah
Ta-Amri, the name of the
Bedouin tribe of his ances-
try, said he knew and
worked with Arafat since
both were students in Cairo
in 1965 when they estab-
lished El Fatah together.

The beautiful must ever
rest in the arms of the sub-
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