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April 21, 1967 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-21

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Oceanographer Puts
Pharaoh's Hot Chase
Into New Perspective

'"Clouds Over Israel" to Be Shown
at Berkley Theater Wednesday

to The Jewish News)

an forces.

The oceanographer said the
water in the newly discovered
"deep" registers 90 degrees
compared with 70 degrees Fah-
renheit for normal Red Sea bot-
tom water. The other nearby
holes register about 101 and 133
degress, respectively.
The bottom of the 200-foot deep
hole just found is some 6,200 feet
beneath the sea surface.
The Bible relates, in its account
of the Exodus, how the Israelites,
pursued by Pharaoh's army, safely
crossed the Red Sea after "Moses
stretched out his hand over the
sea; and the Lord . . . made the
sea dry land, and the waters were
divided."
Then the Egyptians followed in
hot pursuit but were engulfed in
swirling and raging waters.
A spokesman for the National
Geographic Society stated -that
while "no one knows for sure"
where the Israelites crossed and
the Egpytians subsequently drown-
ed, all scholarly theories suggest
that such events took place many
miles north of the newly discover-
ed hot holes in the Red Sea.

Happy Passover To All

SIII5ION ISRAELI IN SCENE
IN "CLOUDS OVER ISRAEL"
"Clouds Over Israel," a film
based on an incident during the
Sinai Campaign of 1956, will be
shown at the Berkley Theater be-
ginning Wednesday.
The film features Yiftach Spec-
tor, El-Or, Dina Dorronne, fladera

Bnai Brith, Italian ADLs
Have Dispute Over Name

NEW YORK (JTA)—The Anti-
Dafamation League of Bnai Brith,
founded in 1913, and the Ameri-
can Italian Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue, established a year ago, are at
odds over the use of the term
"anti-defamation" in the names of
their respective organizations, it
was revealed here last weekend.
According to Civil Court Judge
Ross J. Di Lorenzo, president of
the Italian-American group, his
organization, like the older ADL,
would fight against anti-Semitism.
He said his organization has re-
jected overwhelmingly a proposal
by the Bnai Brith ADL that it
change its title to the "American
Italian League for Human Rights."
He charged that many writers for
the mass media, which use terms
to which Italians object, are "of
Jewish extraction."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 21, 1967-45

NEW YORK (ZINS)—President
Zalman Shazar will be this year's
recipient of the coveted Theodor
Herzl-Gold Medal of the ZOA,
which will be presented to him at
the 70th Jubilee Convention of the
ZOA to be held July 19-26, in
Israel.
Previous recipients of this
award for outstanding services to
the furtherance of Zionism and to
the cause of a Jewish state, in-
"Clouds Over Israel" is a Ileb- cluded the late Israeli President
rew movie with English subtitles. Itzhak Ben-Zvi, Dr. Abba Hillel
It was produced by Mati Ras and Silver, Louis Lipsky, Sir Winston
Harold Cornsweet. The film has Churchill, Lord Balfour, Dr. Eman-
been acclaimed by critics as a uel Neumann and President .Tru- -
tense, exciting and masterfully man.
made film.
President Shazar will deliver
greetings on behalf of the state of
Israel at the official opening ses-
sion of the convention July 20 in
the Binyaney Ha'ooma in Jerusa-
lem which has a seating capacity
Harold Cornsweet of Cleveland of 3,000.
was in Detroit this week to assist
French Relief Project
in promoting continued showings
The Conference on Jewish
here of "Clouds Over Israel," of Material Claims Against Germany
which he was co-producer.
last year allocated a total of
Drawing record crowds in Chi-1 $2,304,535 for education, research,
cago, this film has attracted na- medical aid and general relief
tionwide attention in the film in- I projects in France.
dustry. There is an invitation for
its participation in the Interna-
tional Film Festival in Cannes,
France, and last week it was up
Passover Greetings
for an Academy Award, having
been rated among the 10 best in
the black and white cinematogra-
phy division.

Azulai and Shimon Israeli. It deals
with an Israeli pilots predicament
when he is forced to land his plane
in Arab-held territory. The pilot
treats the Arab population well,
but his partner seeks vengeance.
The pilot aids a Bedouin woman
and her child, and when the wom-
an dies, takes the infant out of the
war zone.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

WASHINGTON—The discovery
of a "hot hole" in the Red Sea in-
dicates that Pharaoh's Egyptian
soldiers could literally have been
in "hot water" pursuing the flee-
ing Israelites at the time of the
Exodus, Dr. David A. Ross of the
Woods Hole, Mass., oceanographic
institution, reported Wednesday to
the American Geophysical Union.
Dr. Ross defined a "hot hole" as
deep and filled with hot, very
salty water, extending down to the
cooler sea bottom. Dr. Ross said
the new discovery brings to three
the number of such holes found
in the area of the Red Sea. They
are roughly opposite Mecca on the
Arabian side and many miles south
of where the sea is believed to
have swallowed the pursuing Egyp-

Shazar to Receive
ZOA's Herzl Award

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