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October 26, 1979 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flooding Hits
Beach Towns

(.)

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
At least two persons were
killed in unprecedented
floods that hit the beaches of
Sharm el-Sheik and the
town of Ophira last week.
Sudden heavy rains flooded
large areas, especially in
the tourist resort of Na'ama,
north of Ophira.
The damage was heavy.
9 promenade along the
ama beach was com-
pletely destroyed, the local
Marina Hotel was heavily
damaged, the camping
beach was flooded, roads
leading to the town were
blocked by sand dunes, and
the electricity supply broke
down. Bedouin residents of
the areas said a similar
flood occurred 30 years ago.

You are invited to attend the presentation of the

B'NAI BRITH INTERNATIONAL
HUMANITARIAN AWARD

to

EDWARD J. GIBLIN

TUESDAY, NOV. 20th, 1979

$125 PER PERSON

Paul S. Mirabito

William G. Meese

Edward J. Giblin

Thomas B. Adams
William M. Agee
Wendell W. Anderson, Jr.
Fred N. Andreae
Hon. Richard H. Austin
Louis Berry
H. Glenn Bixby
David M. Blumberg
Kenneth Bolthouse
Dr. Thomas N. Bonner
Philip Caldwell
Very Rev. Malcolm Carron, S.J.
E. Paul Casey
Leon S. Cohan
Hon. Bobby D. Crim
Leroy W. Dahlberg
Douglas Dalgleish, Sr.
William Davidson
Robert Dewar
Emmett Eagan, Sr.
R.J. (Pete) Foresman
J. Russell Fowler
Irwin Green
Charles E. Grenier, Jr.

Honorary Chairmen
Max M. Fisher
Henry Ford, II
Hon. Carl Levin
Hon. William G. Milliken
Thomas A. Murphy

John J. Riccardo
Hon. Donald W. Riegle, Jr.
C. Boyd Stockmeyer
Hon. Coleman A. Young

Honorary Co-Chairmen

Dr. William Haber
John R. Hamann
David Handleman
Walter E. Hanson
Kenneth G. Herrick
Coleman F. Hogan
Lee A. Iacocca
Maxwell Jospey
Daniel J. Kelly
Hon. Frank J. Kelley
Hon. Philip M. Klutznick
W. George Kramer
Robert D. Krestel
Irving Laker
Oscar A. Lundin
Donald R. Mandich
John C. McCabe
Walter J. McCarthy, Jr.
Philip J. Meathe
Paul W. O'Malley
Jack L. Otto
John S. Pingel
Willaim Poplack
Dean E. Richardson

Dr. Milton L. Rock
John Rye
Arthur R. Seder, Jr.
Ray A. Shapero
Jack Shenkman
Philip Slomovitz
Charles T. Smith, Jr.
Ernest M. Solomon
Jack J. Spitzer
J. Perham Stanley
Roy W. Stevens
Phillip Stollman
Robert M. Surdam
C. William Tayler
B. James Theodoroff
Dr. Daniel Thursz
Paul R. Rigg, Jr.
James Weinberg
Milton M. Weinstein
Hon. G. Mennen Williams
Joseph D. Williams
Ralph C. Wilson
Stanley J. Winkelman
Paul Zuckerman

Thomas F. Russell

B'nai B'rith Foundation Committee Chairman
Louis Weber

Louis Weber

David Bittker

Floyd Bornstein

David Levine

Co-Chairmen
Ralph Miller Sol Moss

Dennis Rice

Louis Segel

Ernest Shaw

Sharon R. Freund, Michigan Director, B'nai B'rith Foundation of the United States
Stephen Chamides, Midwest Director, B'nai B'rith Foundation of the United States

David K. Easlick

Ed Sanders
Steps Down

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Edward Sanders, a promi-
nent Los Angeles lawyer
who was senior advisor to
President Carter and Secre-
tary of State Cyrus Vance
on Jewish affairs and other
matters for the past 15
months, is leaving that post
to return to his previous
status as consultant to the
President in the same area.

Reservations for the Humanitarian Award Dinner can be made by
calling the B'nai Brith Foundation, 354-6100 or by contacting your
B'nai Brith Lodge, Chapter or Unit

W. Michael Blumenthal
Walker L. Cisler
Martin E. Citrin
Irwin I. Cohn

`Holocaust' Author
Receives Prize

BRUSSELS (JTA) —
Gerald Green, author of the
NBC-TV "Holocaust" series
and the book that followed,
been awarded a "Dag
marskjold Prize" for
his contribution to history
and better international
understanding.
The jury presents 10 such
awards every year. Another
of this year's recipients is
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat.

DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
BLACK TIE OPTIONAL

General Dinner Chairman
RODKEY CRAIGHEAD
PAUL S. MIRABITO
DAVID K. EASLICK
THOMAS F. RUSSELL
JOSEPH L. HUDSON, JR.
ALAN E. SCHWARTZ
WILLIAM G. MEESE
GEORGE ZELTZER

Israeli Story
for Egyptian
Publication

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
"semi-official" Egyptian
weekly, "October," will soon
publish an article by a Tel
Aviv University scholar,
the first of several by prom-
inent Israelis set to appear
in the periodical. The
author is Prof. Shimon
Sharir, former head of the
university's Shiloah Center
for Middle Eastern and Af-
rican Studies.

6:00 P.M.

Detroit Plaza Renaissance Center

U.K. Memorial
for Holocuast

LONDON (JTA) — Brit-
ain's first memorial to the
victims of the Nazi
Holocaust is to be erected in
Whitehall, opposite the
Cenotaph, the country's na-
tional war memorial.
According to the Board of
Deputies of British Jews,
the memorial would com-
memorate the 11 million
men, women and children
— "six million of whom
were Jewish" — who
perished under the Nazis.
However, it is bound to
serve as a Jewish shrine
during the annual parades
of Jewish former serv-
icemen which are held at
the Whitehall Cenotaph.

Friday, October 26, 1979 13

Joseph L. Hudson, Jr.

Mrs. Morris Adler
Mr. Ira Albion
James A. Aliber
Norman Allan
Rabbi Daniel Allen
Louis G. Allen
Irwin S. Alpern
Frank D. Angelo
Dr. Jerry Appel
Eugene Arden
Burton Armstrong
Leon S. Avakian, Jr.
Rabbi Michael Balinsky
Louis E. Barden
Donald E. Barris
Kenneth Berlin
Hon. James Blarfchard
Dr. Herbert J. Bloom
Paul Borman
Loren Bowdish
Sam Braverman
Dr. Michael J. Brennan
Gerald D. Brice
Philip Briggs
Joseph Broder
Hon. William M. Brodhead
Hon. William S. Broomfield
Horace Brown
Henry S. Budney
John Bugas
Hon. Benjamin D. Burdick
H. Fred Campbell
Manny Charach
Allen Charlupski
J.T. Clark
Jack Cochran
Frederick Cody
Phillip Cohen
Samuel M. Cohodas
Hon. John Conyers
Nathan G. Conyers
Richard W. Cordtz
Jacques Cousin
Frank Couzens, Jr.
Wardell C. Croft
Dr. Frederick Cummings
Abraham J. Cutler
Joseph M. Cutler
Hugh C. Daly
Edward Davis
Daniel Demlow
Charles H. Davison
Morris Direnfeld
Martin M. Doctoroff

James Donahue
Charles Donnelly
Henry Dorfman
Walter E. Douglas
Dr. Howard L. Dubin
Geoffrey M. Eaton
Mrs. Philip Edelheit
Charles Elliott
Gloria B. Ellis
Alex J. Etkin
Aubrey Ettenheimer
Hon. Jack Faxon
Hon. Norman W. Feder
Mrs. Josef Feuereisen
Dr. Leon Fill
Rabbi Louis Finkelman
Nathan Fishman
Hon. Joseph Forbes
Walter B. Ford, II
Hon. Donald F. Fracass
Samuel Frankel
Leo Franklin
Sidney Freedland
Sam Freedman
John H. French, Jr.
Gene E. Gann
Joel F. Garfield
William E. Giles
Dr. Donald Golden
Bernard Gordon
Edward Gordon
Louis A. Goutman
Hon. Barry M. Grant
Hon. Martha Griffiths
Irving Grodan
Murray Hartz
Dwight Havens
John D. Hegarty*
Frank M. Hennessey
Leonard Herman
David B. Hermelin
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
Lee Hills
Richard C. Hoerner
David B. Holtzman
Jason L. Honigman
Milton M. Howard
H. Clay Howell
Harry 0. - Ho
Hon. Burt Jackson
David Jaffa
Harold S. Jaffa
William R. James
Sidney J. Karbel

Dinner Committee*
Alexander Karp
Hon. Charles Kaufman
Hon. Ira G. Kaufman
Hon. Nathan J. Kaufman
Hon. Thomas G. Kavanagh
M. Jane Kay
Frank M. Kehoe
Hon. Damon Keith
Michael Kiefer
Robert E. Kilgore
George Koulouras
Lee T. Knutson
Nathan Korash
Dr. Edward G. Kroll
Charles H. Kupsky
George L. Lahodny
James Laker
Harry Laker
Ruth Lando
Yale Levin
Walton A. Lewis
Donald A. Kindow
Sheriff William Lucas
William E. Macbeth
Bob McBride
Robert D. McBride
Robert E. McCabe
M. Frank McCaffrey
Richard L. Measelle
Arnold Michlin
Norman Michlin
Charles Milan
Myron L. Milgrom
Charles R. Montgomery
Charles A. Muer
Dr. Romallus 0. Murphy
Robert Naftaly
Joseph Nederlander
Milford Nemer
Theodore Nemzin
Dr. Donald D. O'Dowd
James Osborn
Michelle Passon
David Pollack
Elmore E. Pollock
Philip H. Power
Father Vaughan Quinn
Longworth M. Quinn
Sam Rich
William R. Richie
Edwin A. Roberts, Jr.
Jack A. Robinson
Maurice Rosender
Mrs. Sylvia Ross

Ralph S. Roth
Nathan D. Rubenstein
Sidney Rubin
Sigmunt Rubin
Marvin S. Ruby
Rabbi William D. Rudolph
Hon. William A. Ryan
E. Harwood Rydholm
Harold J. Samuels
Bernard Schlussel
Morton L. Scholnick
Arthur C. Schott
Douglas A. Schubot
John Selby
Robert B..Semple
Nate S. Shapero
Asa Shapiro
Dr. Harold T. Shapiro
I.W. Sherr
Mrs. Marion Shifman
Dr. Milton Shiffman
Irving Siegel
Donald Simon
Eugene Sloan
Richard Sloan
Dr. Allan F. Smith
Van P. Smith
Max Sosin
Martha Jean Steinberg
Robert A. Steinberg
Marc Stepp
Rudolph Straus
William C. Stuff
Norbert Sylvester
George Tarnoff
Joel D. Tauber
Thomas Turner
Martin D. Walker •
Lawrence J. Washington
Max Wayburn
Harry Weinberger
Arnold J. Weiner
Edwin Weinstein
Louis L. Weinstein
Bernard Weisberg
Harvey L. Weisberg
Peter Weisberg
Martin Weston
Nathan Willis
Hon. John M. Wise
James Woodruff
Donald E. Young

'Committee in Formation

Rodkey Craighead

George Zeltzer

Alan E. Schwartz

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