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April 01, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PLO Relocates
in Cyprus

BONN (JTA) — Cyprus is
becoming the new center of
Palestine Liberation
Organization propaganda
following the PLO's ouster
from Beirut last summer,
the daily Die Welt reported
Sunday.
According to the paper,
the PLO has established, at
great expense, a new infor-
mation and communica-
tions center in the Greek
part of the island which is
partially occupied by Tur-
key. It has already moved
its news agency, Wafa, to
Cyprus along with various
publications. It is now try-
ing to get the Cypriot gov-
ernment to grant a license
to the PLO radio station,
"The Voice of Palestine," so
that it can resume broad-
casts which previously
emanated from Beirut.
Die Welt reported that
several Arab governments
are pressuring the Cypriot
authorities to deny the
license because they fear
renewed PLO broadcasts
would encourage subver-
sive elements within their
own borders.

Actor Robert Clary to Speak
at Beth El for Yom Hashoa

Actor Robert Clary, who
appeared in the "Hogan's
Heroes" television show as
"Louis LeBeau," will speak
at Temple Beth El's Yom
Hashoa observance 8 p.m.
April 10 in the Helen L.
DeRoy Sanctuary of the
temple.
A survivor of Buchenwald
concentration camp, Clary
will speak on his Holocaust
experiences. Sponsored by
the Simon Wiesenthal Cen-
ter for Holocaust Studies in
Los Angeles, Clary also will
describe the work of the cen-
ter.
ROBERT CLARY
A native of Paris, France,
and the youngest of 16 chil-
dren, Clary began singing ing brought Clary to the
professionally at age 12. He U.S. in 1949, where he
was captured by the Nazis eventually gained recogni-
and interned in the tion in all fields of
Buchenwald concentration entertainment; night clubs,
camp and liberated in 1945. • theater, motion pictures
and television.
After the war, Clary
In the theater, Clary be-
went back to Paris to came
a star of "New Faces of
pick up the pieces. Dis-
1952"
on Broadway — other
covered singing in a
Paris nightclub in 1947, shows followed — "Seventh
he recorded a song that Heaven," "La Plume De Ma
became an American hit • Tante," the musical version
the following year and of "Around the World in 80
sold over a quarter of a Days" and "Sugar." His first
motion picture was "10 Tall
The Jewish leap year has million copies.
The success of this record- Men," followed by "Thief of
an additional month.
Damascus," "New Faces,"
"A New Kind of Love" and
"The Hindenburg,"
Clary also has performed
his act in nightclubs
throughout the U.S.,
Canada and Australia. He
has been seen in "The Col-
gate Comedy Hour" and in
numerous variety and talk
Sculptured Nails
shows. He also appeared for
By Susan Medved
one year on the television
soap opera "The Young and
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Friday, April 1, 1983 21

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TEACHERS,
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WORKERS
PRACTICE
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IN ISRAEL

ISRAEL ALIYAH CENTER

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Re-
serve soldiers in the Israel
Defense Forces (IDF) will
have to serve 45 days if they
. are members of regular
units and 60 days if they be-
long to specialized units,
Chief of Staff-elect Gen.
Moshe Levi told military
correspondents here. Under
normal circumstances re-
servists serve 30 days a
year.
Levi said the army would
remain in Lebanon "as long
as required, as demanded by
the government." He said
the situation had been re-
examined by army head-
quarters in December "ac-
cording to data which may
atter the situation." Israel
Radio's military correspon-
dent said Levi was hinting
at the presence of Soviet-
made SAM-5 missiles inside
Syria.

Scholarship Fund

WALTHAM, Mass. —
The Samuel Mendel Melton
Foundation has established
a scholarship fund for
graduate studies in Jewish
education at Brandeis Uni-
versity's Benjamin S.
Hornstein Program in
Jewish Communal Service.

t .:

Doreen Hermelin

Michael Maddin •

Barbara Stollman

Ad Book Chairmen Gail Goodstein, Beverly Leuchter

Dinner Committee*

Rabbi Robert Abramson
Michael Alterman
Sharon Alterman
Leonard Baron
Anaruth Bernard
Norman Cohen
Barbara Cook
Gerald Cook
Amy Cutler
Mark Eichner
Robert Finkel
Rona Freedland
Melvyn Friedman
Susan Friedman
Ellen Glen
Max Goldsmith
Judith Gordon
Cheryl Guyer

Dan Guyer
David Harold
Mattin Hart
David Hermelin
Lawrence Jackier
Rochelle Jackier
Jerome Kaufman
Stephen Klausner
Jack Liwazer
Aaron Lupovitch
Donna Maddin
Stephen Medow
Allan Nachman
Barbara Nusbaum
Irving Nusbaum
Maurice Opperer
Judith Phillips
Emma Schaver

Sandra Schram
Phyllis Schwartz
Joel Shere
Bluma Siegal
Carol Sole
Gary Sole
Rabbi Efry Spectre
Karen Spoon
Bernard Stollman,
Charlotte Tessler
Arlene Tilchin
David Tisdale
Saul Waldman
June Weinberg
Melvin Weisz
Betsy Winkelman
Lawrence Zeff

*in formation

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