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December 02, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-02

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1991 yTt E fiETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Women's Division Will Hear
Vivian Dinitz at Standard Club

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VIVIAN DINITZ

Vivian Dinitz, wife of
Israel's ambassador to the
United States, will speak at
a brunch meeting of the
- Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund
Women's Division 11:30
a.m. Tuesday at the Stand-
ard Club. The meeting, for
contributors of $500 or
more, begins with a bus ride
to the Renaissance Center
from the Northland Theatre
parking lot at 11 a.m.
Dinitz served in Washing-

ton twice before returning
as ambassador in 1973.
From 1954 to 1958, while her
husband was assistant to
the director of information
at the Israel Embassy, Mrs.
Dinitz worked as a research
analyst and later at the U.S,
Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare.
The couple's second term
in the U.S. was in 1969-70,
when Dinitz served as min-
ister of information after
three years of similar serv-
ice in Rome. He later
served in Jerusalem as an
adviser to Prime Minister
Golda Meir.
Mrs. Dinitz, socially and
culturally active in all three
capitals of the University
Women's Association of
Israel.
Jane Sherman is chair-
man and Joan Goldrath
associate chairman of the
meeting. Dulcie Rosenfeld
is Women's - Division Cam-
paign chairman and Caro-
lyn Greenberg is division
president.
Reservations are neces-
sary and may be made by
calling Lois Brown, division
director, 965-3939.

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Israel Knesset Member Esther Herlitz, third from right,
and Middle East authority Ira Hirschmann gave their inter-
pretations of the latest Mideast events at the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund Women's Division meet-
ing for $2,500 contributors. Shown with them are, from left,
$2,500 Division Chairman Marlene Borman; Women's Divi-
sion President Carolyn Greenberg; Campaign Chairman
Dulcie Rosenfeld; Shelby Tauber, Campaign associate
chairman; and the hostess, Dolores Gordon.

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prospecting companies are
moving repidly to exploit
what appears to be a major
oil discovery in the Gulf of
Suez Friday off A-Tur in the
Israel occupied zone of
Sinai. - Upwards of IL 500
million will be invested in
further drilling during the
coming year, half of it by
the government.

According to Energy Min-
ister Yitzhak Modai, the
new oil strike will not be an
impediment to an eventual
peace agreement with
Egypt. Modai told an Engi-
neers Club luncheon here
that if Israel returns Sinai
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a peace treaty, the oil could
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