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May 21, 1971 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-21

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Pursues Israel,
Schools' Interest

At the Labor Zionist Landsmanshaften Israel anniversary rally
which honored Louis Levine for his 50 years of service to the Jewish
community, are (from left) Harry L. Schumer, chairman of the La-
bor Zionist-Landsmanshaften Israel Bond campaign, who voiced the
tribute to Levine; Morris Lieberman, testimonial chairman; Mr. and
Mrs. Levine, Israel Consul Ehud Lador, guest speaker; Ilka Raveh,
guest artist; N.P. Rossen, last year's honoree, and Cantor Joseph
Birnholtz, who led in the singing of the anthems. A total of $265,000
in Israel Bond subscriptions, including $110,000 raised at the annual
Pioneer Women's luncheon, was announced. Levine was presented
with the Shalom Award and with a souvenir folio containing the
names of all those who bought Israel Bonds in his honor.

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People Make News

Steven H. • Morrison, 25, asso-
ciated with Bnai Brith half of his
life, has been named administra-
cAr tive assistant to
Rabbi Jay Kauf-
man, the organi-
zation's executive
vice president. He
was international
president (1963)
ti of Aleph Zadik
Aleph, the Bnai
Brith Youth Or-
ganization's teen-
age boys' compo-
nent; active in
the Hillel Foun-
Morrison
dation at the University of Illi-
nois; program and leadership de-
velopment director of Bnai Brith's
Midwestern district; and, for the
past 15 months, assistant national
director of the Bnai Brith commu-
nity and veterans services pro-
gram.

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Rabbi DAVID LIEBERMAN,
principal of Yeshivath Beth Yehu-
dah, was elected a board chair-
man of the National Conference of
Yeshiva Principals at the annual
convention of the National Confer-
ence and of the National Associa-
tion of Day School Administrators,
affiliates of Torah Umesorah, Na-
tional Society for Hebrew Day
Schools. Rabbi SHOLOM REPHUN
was elected president of the con-
ference. Rabbi MOSHE MALI-
NOWITZ was elected president of
the administrators' association.
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*
IRVING RUBINSTEIN of Brook-
lyn., a leader in Bnai Brith for
30 years, was elected chairman of
the organization's vocational serv-
ice commission.

While family and friends marked
the 75th birthday of Samuel Ko-
baker, the occasion was utilized by
major Israel and educational
causes to honor him for a lifetime
of devotion to cultural and Zion-
ist needs.
Hillel Day School, Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Israel Bonds, the
Zionist Organization and other
movements joined in extending
greetings to him and his family.
Messages acclaiming him were
read to the family at a dinner at
the home of his daughter and son-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Dul-
berg, in Southfield May 12.
A scholarship in Hillel Day
School, where six of his seven
grandchildren are enrolled, is
among the special gifts made
by his wife, Dora, on the occa-
sion of his birthday.
Kobaker was born in Clinton, Ill.,
May 13, 1896, and came to Detroit
with his family shortly before his
Bar Mitzva, which he observed at

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The public is invited to the cere-
monies.

Hillel Dedication
Set This Sunday

Gov. William G. - Milliken pro-
claimed May 17-23 "Hillel Day
Day School Week in Michigan,"
in connection with the dedication
of the Hillel Day School of Metro-
politan Detroit 2:30 p.m. Sunday
at 32200 Middlebelt, Farmington.

Rabbi GERALD WERNER,
principal of Akiva Hebrew Day and
High School, will offer the bene-
SAMUEL KOBAKER
diction at dedication ceremonies
the
old
Shaarey Zedek on Winder
MRS. CHARLES M. SNITOW of of Southfield-Lathrup High School street. He retired from 15 years
2:30
p.m.
Sunday.
Scarsdale, N.Y., immediate past
service with the New York Central
president of American Jewish Con-
10 years ago.
MICHAEL
HAZANI,
Israel
min-
gress National Women's Division,
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
has been elected president of ister of social welfare, will be the
Leadership Conference of Jewish guest speaker at the annual na- Kabaker, were a m o n g leading
Women's Organizations, succeeding tional dinner of the Union of Orthodox figures in Detroit. His
Mrs. Arthur G. Rosenbluth of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of brother, the late David Kabaker,
Hewlett, N.Y., former interna- America, Sunday evening at the and his sister, the late Jeanette
Kabaker, were known for their
tional president of Bnai Brith New York Hilton Hotel.
generosity.
Women.
Violinist MISCHA MISCHAKOFF
Mrs. Samuel Kobaker follows a
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is performing in Israel since end- tradition in her own and her hus-
ANNE KELEMEN has been ap- ing a weekly teaching assignment
pointed national director of the in Boston. He and his wife will band's families of communal ac-
women's division of the American spend the summer at the Chautau- tivities and is active in Jewish
National Fund, Israel Bonds, Ha-
Technion Society, it was announced qua, N.Y. Festival.
dassah, ORT and in congregational
by Jacob Walter Ullmann, the so-
activities.
ciety's president.
The Kobakers' daughters, Mrs.
Chana Leah Laikin
Sheldon (Florence) Dulberg and
SIDNEY DWORKIN, president Plaque is Unveiled
Mrs. Edward (Marcia) Kirsch, are
of Revco, was honored at the an-
active in Hadassah and share
in
Jerusalem
College
nual United Jewish Appeal dinner
their parents' interest in JNF. Ko-
in New York, May 13.
baker's sister, Mrs. Joseph (Sally)
,Randleman and her husband are
STEVEN ALAN CHESTER, son
known for their philanthropies here
of .Mr: and Mrs. Harold Chester
and in Florida.
of Pomona, Calif., will be ordained
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kobaker
a rabbi June 5 at commencement
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Handle-
exercises of the Cincinnati School
man assisted in establishing the
of Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Synagogue Beth David at Givat
Institute of- Religion. While prepar-
Yearim Israel, in memory of Da-
ing for ordination at the College-
vid Kabaker. A forest has been
Institute, Chester served as student
planted in David Kabaker's mem-
abbi at Temple Beth Am, Livonia,
ory in Yaar Menashe in Israel
and was rabbinic adviser to the
and many other gifts have been
Michigan State Fede'ration of Tem-
made in Israel and to local causes
ple Youth. Upon completion of his
by the family. They established
studies, he will be awarded the
jointly a memorial to Jeanette Ka-
degree of master of arts in Hebrew
baker at Hadassah Hospital in
letters. Chester received his B.A.
Jerusalem. A nahla at Givat Yea-
degree in history from the Uni-
rim honors the memory of the
The Chana Leah Laikin Mem- entire Kabaker family.
versity of California.
* *
orial Plaque was unveiled in
Kobaker is affiliated with Cong.
BERNARD KATZEN, special the library of American College Adas Shalom, is a lifelong Zion-
in Jerusalem by the president ist and a member of the Zionist
consultant to the cultural division
of the U.S. State Department, re- of the college. Dr. Norman Organization of Detroit for more
Greenwald (left) and Prof. Sol than 40 years. He is dedicated to
cently attended a luncheon at Bar-
Ilan University given in his honor. Liptzin, American educator who Israel Bonds, Allied Jewish Cam-
is now on the Jerusalem college paign and other causes.
W. Thompson, cultural attache at
faculty. A perpetual scholarship
the American 'Embassy, and D. W.
The battle against cancer needs
Krauskopf, executive secretary of in memory of Mrs. Laikin is
financed by her husband, Ben- more volunteers and more funds.
the U.S. Educational Foundation,
jamin M. Laikin, prominent De- We want to wipe out cancer in
accompanied Katzen. Prof. Harold
Fisch, rector of the university, troit community and labor Zion- your lifetime. Give generously to
the American Cancer Society.
ist leader.
welcomed the guests.

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Friday, May 21, 1971 3S

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