People, May 26, 1980

For Henry Ford II last week, dinner at the Waldorf in New York City was a gathering of dear and near members of the clan. In company with his good friend Kathleen DuRoss, his daughter Anne Ford Uzielli and her statehouse steady, New York Governor Hugh Carey, the semi-retired automaker appeared at a banquet thrown by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith to receive its first American Heritage Award in recognition of his years of civic service. After being praised by National Urban League President Vernon Jordan for his commitment to the ideal of "an open, integrated society," the prizewinner declared...

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