lanai Moshe Bond Dinner Chairman
Notes Israel Projects Aided by Funds
Shaarit Haplaytah Nets $139,000
Ben Kahn has been named American statesman and longtime
chairman of the Bnai Moshe Israel friend of Israel, will be guest
anniversary dinner, to be held speaker.
Abraham Pasternak is dinner
Back from Israel, where he vis- co-chairman and Simon Goldman
ited many of the projects being is ticket chairman. Rabbi Moses
aided by Israel Bond dollars, Lehrman will voice the tribute to
Kahn said "Israel Bonds are doing the state of Israel, and Cantor
a tremendous job helping to pro- Louis Raskin, with Doreen Raskin
vide homes and jobs for the immi- as accompanist, will render a mu-
grants from the Soviet Union and sical salute in honor of Israel's 23
the other lands of oppression, who years of statehood. Irving Lopatin,
are coming into Eretz Israel by president of the congregation, will
the tens of thousands. For the first greet the guests on behalf of the
time in their lives they are free synagogue.
and they appreciate freedom more
For reservations. call the Israel
than we do, for they have never Bond office, 557-6770.
Sen. Wayne Morse, a leading
Robert Mayer Evans, noted news
correspondent, who served as
CBS bureau chief in Moscow, will
HOW TO GO
speak at a leadership reception
dinner 7 p.m. Thursday at Bnai
Moshe. Evans was in Israel last
TO NEW YORK
summer filming a documentary
dealing with the Suez Canal, the
Sinai Desert and the Golan
He served as deputy di-
rector of the U. S. Information
Sixty-four sponsors are hosting
the affair in advance of the Israel
23rd anniversary dinner.
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America, will be the guest speaker call the Israel Bond office, 557-6770.
at the Bnai David pre-High Holy
Day leadership reception dinner,
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ton Cadillac Hotel, it was an-
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verman, president of Bnai David.
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The leadership affair, to be
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Jacques Torczyner, chairman of
The Bnai David testimonial din-
the executive of the World Union ner will be held Sept. 14 at Bnai
of General Zionists, former presi- David, with Robert St. John as
DENVER (JTA)—The president
of the World Methodist Council as-
serted that "anti-Semitism and
violence have no place in the
Dr. Charles C. Parlin, head of
the council since last August, re-
minded the 3,000 delegates to the
council's convention that "the
Church had its beginnings among
a subjected people (the Jews)
living under an army of occupa-
tion (the Romans)."
Condemning the actions of Meth-
odist youths who have disrupted
services, Dr. Parlin charged that
their so-called "Christian motiva-
tion" has "caused physical vio-
As head of the World Methodist
Counci 1, representing nearly
40,000,000 Methodists in 87 coun-
tries, Dr. Parlin is the leading
spokesman for that religion. The
council, which holds its conven-
tions every five years, is meeting
at the University of Denver.
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Torczyner to Address Fond Fete Sept. I
Methodist Council Leader
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IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
At the Shaarit Haplaytah leadership reception held in advance
of the $139,000 Israel Bond dinner are (from left) Abraham Weber-
man, Leon Halpern, Daniel Pinkas, Israeli journalist who was guest
speaker, Mrs. Halpern, who with her husband hosted the affair;
Mrs. ,Leon Popowski, Arnold Einhorn, Jack Waksberg and Simon
Schwartzberg. Shaarit Haplaytah (Survivors of 1945) has been
among the foremost organizations in support of Israel Bonds.
Charles N. Shere as
Wind up in
Bnai David Man of the Year.
Saturday, October 16 without ever
Tcrczyner, a key figure in the
having touched Europe. Then tell your
Israel Bond Organization, is a
friends you were away in "Paris."
member of the executive of the
United Israel Appeal, the Ameri-
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His late father was president of
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Sponsors hosting the leadership
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18—Friday, August 27, 1971
Israel Concert Aids
TEL AVIV (JTA)—At the sug-
gestion of Zubin Mehta, the India-
born conductor and director of the
Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra,
the orchestra will give a concert
Saturday night for refugee chil-
dren among the East Pakistan
families who have fled from their
country after the military crack-
down by the West Pakistan Army.
Proceeds of the concert will 'be
made available for such aid
through UNICEF, the children's
fund of the United Nations.
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