Vice President Walter Mondale has invited more than a score of distinguished Americans, nearly all of them Jewish, and including leaders of Jewish community organizations, to join him on his visit to Israel this weekend in America’s official tribute to Israel on her 30th anniversary of independence. The Vice President’s office disclosed the names today of his invited guests who also include political leaders and lawyers and businessmen. Following is the list provided to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency:
Hyman Bookbinder, Washington representative of the American Jewish Committee; David Blumberg, president of B’nai B’rith; S. Harrison Dogole, Philadelphia businessman; David Fleeman, a businessman of Miami, Fla.; Charlotte Jacobson, of New York, chairman of the American Section of the World Zionist Organization; Burton Joseph, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith; Max Kampelman, a Washington attorney; E. Robert Kinney, a Minneapolis businessman; Arthur Krim, a New York businessman; Esther Landa, of New York, president of the National Council of Jewish Women; Richard Maass president of the American Jewish Committee; Theodore R. Mann, chairman of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council and chairman-elect of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations; Stewart Moldaw, a San Francisco businessman; Arnold Picker, a Miami businessman; the Rev. David Preus, president of the American Lutheran Church, of Minneapolis; Rabbi Bernard Raskas, of Temple of Aaron in St. Paul; Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria, III., president of the Development Corporation for Israel; Howard Samuels, a businessman of New York; Ed Sanders, Los Angeles attorney; Rabbi Alexander Schindler, outgoing chairman of the Presidents Conference; Jerry Shestack, Philadelphia attorney; Walter Shorenstein, a San Francisco businessman; Bernice Tannenbaum, president of Hadassah; Rabbi Sol Teplitz, president of the Synagogue Council of America; Lew Wasserman, a Los Angeles businessman; Evelyn Wasserstrom, president of B’nai B’rith Women of Kansas City, Mo.; Glenn Watts, of Washington, president of the Communication Workers of America; and Coleman Young, Mayor of Detroit.
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