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Ninety-five years of editorial freedom
Vol. XCV, No. 15-S
The Michigan Daily
Saturday, June 8, 1985
JERUSALEM (UPI) - Several hun-
dred Israeli troops remained in Lebanon
yesterday despite government
assurances the withdrawal would end
by this week's third anniversary of
the war, U.N. and Israeli military
Army chief of staff Lt. Gen. Moshe
Levy told businessmen at a luncheon
in Jerusalem that a complete break
with Lebanon would be impossible
because of Israel's concern for its nor-
BUT IT was unclear if Levy meant
Israeli troops would remain in-
definitely in southern Lebanon.
Israel invaded Lebanon on June 6,
1982, to crush the Palestine Liberation
Organization and reportedly planned
to withdraw all of its forces from the
country yesterday - the third an-
niversary of the invasion.
"It would have heen good to be able
to hreak away from Lebanon," Levy
told businessmen, "hut we can't do
that because there is no one there that
could guarantee that there be no at-
tacks againt Israel from that
THE Jerusalem Post, quoting
Israeli defense officials, said 28 mem-
bers of the Israeli-backed South
Lebanon Army deserted to Moslem
forces, delaying Israel's final pullout
frm Lebanon because of fears the
militia was falling apart.
Israel said it is counting on the
2,000-member South Lebanon Army,
made up mostly of Lebanese
Christians, to patrola security strip in
Lebanon to prevent the resurgence of
Palestinian guerrilla forces. '
The security strip, which the
Israelis had been occupying, begins 3
miles from the border and at its
widest point is11miles.
TIMOR Gokeel, spokesman for the
U.N. forces in southern Lebanon,
See ISRAELIS, Page 3
Daiv Photo by DAN HABIB
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church members prepare souvlakia (shish kebab) for the Ya'ssoo Greek
Festival being held today and tomorrow.
Festival draws Greeks together
By SUSAN GRANT This weekend, Helen Garris, a church member, expec-
In the mood for some souvlakia or baklava, but can't ts 25,00 or 30,000 at the festival.
get to Greektown? Through the years, though, the Ya'ssoo Festival has
Don't be discouraged. This weekend the sights, become more than fundraiser for St. Nicholas.
smells, and sounds of Greektown have come to Ann "We like to show off our Greek heritage with the
Arbor. The fourteenth annual Ya'ssoo Greek Festival, festival," said Abe Karam, a member of the church.
taking place this weekend at the Veteran's Arena, will "Also, the festival is a homecoming for Greeks in the
satisfy any craving for Greek food and culture. area."
TEFSIAsponsored by the Greek Orthodox THE FESTIVAL has also become something Ann
THE FESTIVAL, stsred byathurGreekndrtisdrx Arborites expect.
Church on 414 N. Main, started ass church fundraiser. See FESTIVAL, Page 3
Men's Glee Club to leave for Europe
By BARBARA LOECHER Wales will be its 19th and last perfor- the Mozartuem," said Glee Club
If good Americans go to Paris when mance during its five-week tour of Director Patrick Gardner. "A lot of
they die, members of the University France, Italy, Greece, Yugoslavia, groups tour Europe during the sum-
Men's Glee Club will have a taste of Austria, Germany, and England. mer and often end up singing at small
things to come when they tour Europe After arriving in Italy tomorrow, churches."
this summer. the group is scheduled to perform at GARDNER also said that the club's
The 55 club members are good - bet- the Papal Basilica in Vatican City, excellent reputation has helped raise
ter than good. After sponsors of the and will later perform at the Mozar- funds for the trip.
Llangollen International Music Com- tuem - the home of the annual Salz- "The majority of our funds came
petition heard one of their recordings, burg Music Festival. from our concerts," Gardner said,
they invited the club to Wales to par- "The reputation of this club is such "especially two full houses at Hill
ticipate in the competition. that it has resulted in our being in- Auditorium."
THE GLEE Club's performance in vited to perform at the Basilica and See GLEE CLUB, Page 3
to be a conservative
By KERY MURAKAMI tuition tax credits and measures like
Paul Josephson was conservative in that were very beneficial to private
high school. schools. I grew up with that kind of
Now a junior at the University, mentality."
president of the traditionally liberal "When I was 16 or 17, I didn't have
Michigan Student Assembly, leader of any socialization with equal access
(for minorities) to education and stuff
like that. It wasn't stressed in our
r o file school. What was stressed was getting
alumni support and homecoming. It
the progressive VOICE party in wasn't conducive to becoming
April's MSA elections, anda man who liberal," he says.
dressed up as a kangaroo at a "No But when he came to Ann Arbor
Code" rally last year, Josephson says from the predominantly wealthy
that if he were eligible to vote in the Verona, New Jersey, Josephson says,
1980 presidential elections, he would "Something snapped in my mind."
have voted for Ronald Reagan ONE CAUSE of the change was
"I GREW up ina conservative town simply new scenery. "That was one of
and went to a private school," the big differences," says Josephson.
Josephson says. "I grew up feeling See JOSEPHSON, Page4
Wild Walk Languid Sexism
Take a walk on the Partly sunny and breezy with Constructive attitudes
wild side. highs 80 to 85. toward sexist advertising
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