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Torczyner to address Bond
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A reception held in advance of Wednesday's Cong. Beth Shalom Israel
Bond Tribute Dinner netted over $150,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions.
Shown are, from left, seated: hosts Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tapper,
honorees Rabbi and Mrs. Max Weine, and from left, standing: Rabbi
David Nelson, guest speaker Dr. Kitty 0. Cohen and Beth Shalom
President Michael Aronow.
Jacques Torczyner, president of
the World Union of General
Zionists, will speak at the Cong.
Beth Shalom tribute dinner 6:30
p.m. Wednesday at Beth Shalom.
The dinner, on behalf of the Israel
Bond campaign, will honor - con-
gregation members Rabbi Max
and Mae Weine of Oak Park.
Dinner co-chairmen are Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Aronow and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Tapper.
Born in Belgium, where his
father had been president of the
Belgian Zionist Federation,
Torczyner came to the United
States in 1940. He was one of the
18 people who met with David
Ben-Gurion on July 1, 1945, to in-
itiate the movement of the
Friends of the Haganah which or-
ganized support for the Jewish de-
fense forces in Palestine before
they became the Israel Defense
Forces after the creation of the
Torczyner served five consecu-
tive terms as president of the
Zionist Organization of America
and from 1974 to 1977 was chair-
man of the American Section of
the World Jewish Congress.
He is vice president of the
America-Israel Chamber of
Commerce which he helped found.
He was a founding member of the
board of governors of State of Is-
rael Bonds; trustee of the board of
the United Israel Appeal; a
member of the governing council
of the World Jewish Congress;
chairman of the publications
committee of the World Jewish
Congress and a member of the na-
tional advisory board of the
American Jewish Historical
Torczyner has written and lec-
tured extensively on problems
connected with Zionist ideology
and problems concerning the fu-
ture of the American Jewish
community. He also serves as a
member of the U.S. National
Commission for UNESCO.
For dinner reservations, -call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-2900.
Memorial planned for Borenstein
A memorial gathering for the
late Joseph Borenstein will be
held Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at Cong.
B'nai Israel-Beth Yehudah,
15400 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park,
jointly sponsored by Agudath Is-
rael and the Kollel Institute. The
guest speaker will be Rabbi Mor-
dechai Gifter, Telshe rosh yeshiva
from Wickliffe, Ohio.
Mr. Borenstein, the founder of
Borenstein's Bookstore, operated
his business for 38 years, first on
12th Street and then following the
Jewish community to Dexter
Blvd., W. Seven Mile and cur-
rently in Oak Park.
He was born in Poland and
came to Canada in 1929, serving
as rabbi, shochet and mohel in a
number of communities before
settling in Detroit. He was an ac-
tivist for many religious causes.
He founded Agudath Israel in
Detroit and helped resettle many
Holocaust survivors. He was in-
strumental in establishing the
Kollel Institute for Advanced
Jewish Studies in Oak Park.
The public is invited.