Freedom Forest in Israel Planted
in Memory of David Kabaker
Elect Brandwine Generous Gifts Provide for Model
President of JNF Farm, Nature Shelter at Tamarack
Nathan Silverman, chairman white oak with wavy edging
Morris J. Brandwine was
On the first anniversary of his
of the Tamarack Hills Author- which has been stained brown
passing, the memory of David
ish National Fund of Detroit, ity, announces that a nature to give it a rustic appearance.
Kabaker this week was honored
A screened porch overlooking
at a meeting of the Council shelter and model farm have
by the planting of a Forest in
been added to Camp Tamarack's Phipps Lake will be the work
Israel, to be part of the Free-
facilities, and its arts and crafts area for study and preparation
dom Forest in the Jerusalem
Larry L. Guttenberg was building has been doubled in of exhibits. Telescopes and oth-
er scientific equipment and ref-
elected treasurer; M a u r i c e size.
erence material will be housed
Mrs. Joseph (Sally) Handle-
Baker, co-treasurer, and Miss
man, one of the late Detroiter's
Selma Friedman, recording sec- been acquired, and a patio for in the shelter. A combination
surviving' sisters, this week
outdoor work overlooking office and store room and space
made a $5,000 contribution to
The meeting also elected 11 Phipps Lake has been added for displaying pictures, dioram-
the Jewish National Fund to
vice presidents, each of whom to the Mina and Theodore Barg- as and various nature collec-
make the planting of the David
will act as chairman of a phase man Arts and Crafts Building, tions is being provided.
Camp Tamarack, operated for
Kabaker Forest in Israel a real-
of the JNF program. They are: in addition to doubling its size.
Mrs. Morris r,
To take advantage of natural the Jewish Welfare Federation
Kutinsky, Blue- e.
light, large plastic domes have by the Tamarack Hills Author-
The deceased was deeply in-
White Box; Wil "
been installed in the roof of the ity to provide year-round camp-
terested in Israel's development
building. With the increased ing facilities for children,
and especially in the work of
ben H. Isaacs,
space, it was possible to con- adults, adolescents and older
the Jewish National Fund. In
Milton S. Mar-
struct and define specific areas adults, covers '711 acres of land
his will, lie bequeathed the sum LATE DAVID KABAKER
wil and Harry
for the various craft skills, as near Ortonville, Mich.
of $15,000 to the JNF. The ad- National Fund, the Israel Bond Kaminer, co-
as providing increased
ditional $5,000 gift made by drives and many other causes. chairmen,
shelving and storage space.
Mrs. Handleman assures the
The erection of the model
immecLate planting of the for-
a $2,290 contribution to the Phillip
farm was made possible by
and Norman Al- I.
est of 10,000 trees.
JNF for the planting of a lan, co-chairmen,
the generosity of Mr. and
"Our entire family was
grove of 1,500 trees in Israel Philip
Mrs. Samuel Friedman. The
guided by David's de iotion to
in memory of his father, building; Dr. Is-
gift will create a typical
Israel and his special dedi-
farm setting with a barn,
education a n d
cation to the Jewish National
Besides Mrs. Handleman, he youth; Irving W.
windmill driven pump to wa-
Fund, and I feel that we are is survived by another sister, Schlussel, wills
ter the stock and plantings of
fulfilling his wish fol the af- Mrs. Morris (Esther) Streizer,
wheat, rye and corn.
forestation of Israel by the of Brooklyn, N. Y., and two has just returned f r om his
Plans for the model farm in-
planting of a Forest in Israel brothers, Samuel, of Detroit,
first visit to Israel, as chairman clude a silo and museum con-
in his memory," Mrs. Handle- and Nathan, of Los Angeles.
of the JNF Foundation here for taining farming equipment and
Another sister, Miss Jeanette several years. He was, until this tools used during the 19th and
Prof. Samuel M. Levin, retir- Kabaker, died last Nov. 28. Like year, president of Bnai David early 20th centuries. The ani-
ing president of the Jewish Na- her brother and parents, she Synagogu,e and has been active mals to be stocked have been
■ Fastest Service
tional Fund Council of Detroit, was a generous contributor to in many other organizations and provided by Irvin Hermanoff.
under whose presidency the many causes. She bequeathed institutions in various capaci-
The nature shelter, made pos-
■ Finest Workmanship
Kabaker gifts were recorded, $15,000 for the new Hadassah ties of leadership. He is also sible by Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
stated this week:
Medical Center in Jerusalem, well known in business circles. Rosenthal, is made of rough cut
In his acceptance speech, he
"Mrs. Handleman's gift of and this gift was enlarged by
$5,000 brings to fulfillment an additional $6,000 contributed referred to his trip to Israel Summer JNF Office Hours
the planting of a Forest of by her sisters to Hadassah, for where he was "overwhelmed
During the months of July
10,000 trees in memory of her the establishment of a four-bed with the accomplishments of and August, the office of the
brother, David Kabaker. I room in the Hadassah Medical JNF," and was convinced, now Jewish National Fund, 18414
extend my sincere thanks to Center, in her memory. The late that he has seen it for himself, Wyoming, will be closed on
Mrs. Handleman for her Jeanette Kabaker also left in that "the JNF gives the greatest Sundays. Regular office hours
splendid contribution, one her will the sum of $10,000 for value for the dollars contrib- during the week will be from
which will everlastingly com- a room in the new Shaarey uted to it, as it concerns the 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to
memorate the quiet, humble, Zedek building in memory of upbuilding of the State of Is- Thursday, and from 9 a.m. to
and devoted Jew and loyal her brother, David Kabaker.
15180 W. EIGHT MILE RD.
In his president's report, re- 4 p.m. on Fridays.
friend of Israel, David Ka-
viewing highlights of achieve-
635 Ships on Arab ments on the local scene during
David Kabaker died July 9,
the two years of his administra-
60 DAYS OF
1959, after a brief illness and Boycott List for
tion, Prof. Samuel M. Levin
shortly after he had visited
explained the developments in
Trading with Israel the
period under consideration
JERUSALEM (JTA)—A total and the . problems now facing
Born Sept. 9, 1899, in Clin-
ton, Ill., he came to Detroit of 307 companies and 63i ships the Fund.
He called attention to the
with his family in 1909. He was are on the Arab boycott list
graduated with cum laude hon- for trading with Israel, accord- inauguration of a JNF library,
ors from the Detroit College of ing to figures published by the to the desirability of an annual
DAN C. ROSE
Law in 1919 and was admitted boycott office in Amman. The JNF lecture and improvements
Fleet Sales Mgr.
in management techniques.
to the Michigan Bar in 1920.
eve of the opening Monday, in
MAKING SPRING TIME DEALS TO BEAT THE BAND!
Prof. Levin stated that
Following in the footsteps of Tripoli, Lybia, of a conference
his revered parents, the late of all Arab boycott liaison of- alongside of its collection ac-
DAN ROSE TODAY AT TRinity 5-0500
tivities, the JNF must be-
Jacob and Ida Kabaker, David
Kabaker was known for his
Four hundred and fifty-seven the community. Collections,
piety and his strict adherence
6250 WOODWARD AVE., JUST S. of MILWAUKEE
to Jewish traditional practices. of the blacklisted ships are on however, he added, necessar-
He was a regular attendant at the complete blacklist, which ily continue to constitute the
Sabbath services at Congrega- means that they cannot even main line of JNF activity.
In a brief report, Percy Kap-
tion Shaarey Zedek, of which he obtain drinking water at Arab
was a prominent member. He ports. Countries having the lan, executive director, review-
was a lifelong Zionist and a largest numbers of ships black- ing the activities for the year,
strong supporter of the Allied listed were the United States, stated that this fiscal year,
which ends Sept. 31, will give
Jewish Campaign, the Jewish France, Britain and Turkey.
the JNF an increase in income
over the preceding year, and
even that of the record year,
1957-58. He pointed out that
12837 Dexter Blvd., at Buena Vista
1958-59 was the only year in
the last eight that JNF in De-
Cordially Invites the Entire Jewish Community
troit experienced a slight de-
cline in the total monies raised
to the Dedication Ceremony
in the Detroit area.
of Its New Synagogue
Among other reports was a
Sunday, June 26, 1960
review of the work of the JNF
Ladies Auxiliary by its presi-
A gala procession with music and the carrying of the
dent, Mrs. George Lerner.
Sifrei Torah under a Choopah will begin at 5 p.m.
Members of the board elected
From the Old Building, 12322 Dexter
PURE BEEF —
at the meeting are:
JERRY McCARTHY CHEVROLET CO.
Bursting with Flavor
Wilno Kosher Salami
and Bologna too!
SALAMI FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA
Julius Pollack, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit
Tel: UN 2-5822
Rabbi Emanuel Applebaum, Rabbi
Milton Arm, Zvi Berkal, Alfred H.
Bounin, Rose Chesluk, Harry E.
Citrin, Mrs. Samuel Croll, Hy Crys-
tal, Mrs. Philip J. Cutler, James I.
Ellmann, I. M. Faxstein, Mrs. I. M.
Faxstein, Israel Finkelstone, Dr.
Leon Fram, Mrs. Aaron Friedman,
Mrs. M. Goldoftas, Joseph Gross,
Lawrence Gubow, Dr. Samuel Hal-
pern, Ben Harold, Sol M. Hoberman,
Mrs. I. Kardener, Judge Ira G.
Kaufman, Judge Nathan J. Kauf-
man, Leon Kay, Harry Koltonow.
Morris Lachover, Mrs. Morris
Lachover, Benjamin H. Laikin, Phil-
more A. Leemon, Prof. Samuel M.
Levin, Morris Lieberman, Michael
Michlin, Mrs. Michael Michlin, A.
C. Perlman, Atara Polonsky, Al
Posen, Mrs. Sidney Ravin, Aaron
Rosenberg, Harry Rosenthal, Mrs.
Abraham Scheuer, Levi Shapiro,
David Silver, David Sislin, Philip
Slomovitz, Mrs. Philip Slomovitz,
Israel Stashefsky, Max Stollman,
Mrs. Max Stollman, Daniel Temchin,
Zvi Tomkiewicz, Harry Weinberger.
Honoring Mr. and Mrs. David Rott
Will Be at 6 P.M.
in the Air-Conditioned Hall of the New Synagogue
Guest Speaker for the Evening
MICHAEL G. TRESS
National President of Agudath Israel
of the United States and Canada
J oseph Bornstein