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January 23, 1976 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-23

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BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
IARY will have a regular

meeting 8:15 p.m. Tuesday
at the JWV headquarters.
Attorney Harold Provizer
will speak on "What Every
Woman Should Know
About Business and Legal
Affairs." A social hour and
refreshments will follow.
For information, call the
JWV office, 559-5680, or the
president, Belle Letzer,
557-3372.

MICHAEL KAPLIT
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Nahla Memorializes Mr. and Mrs. Kobaker

The Samuel and Dora
Kobaker Memorial Nahla
has been established by
their daughters, Mrs. Ed-
ward (Marcia) Kersch and
Mrs. Sheldon (Florence)
Dulberg in the Upper Gali-
lee at Ramot Naftali, a coop-
erative settlement founded
by veterans of the Israeli
Defense Forces. The nahla
occupies 20 dunams. Samuel
and Dora Kobaker were ar-
dent Jewish National Fund
devotees.
Lifelong Zionists, the Ko-
bakers dedicated themselves
to the upbuilding of Israel,
especially to the redemption
and reclamation of the land
of Israel, through JNF.
They planted a forest in
Israel and also participated
with their family, including

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DORA KOBAKER

Kobaker's late brother,
David; and sister, Jeanette;
and Mrs. Joseph (Sally)
Handleman, now of Miami,
in sponsoring a number of
other projects in Israel. In
addition to a forest, the
Kobakers established a syn-
agogue, a playground and a
nahla at Givat Yearim, all
through the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Mrs. Kobaker shared
with her husband a life-
time of work for JNF. On
her 70th birthday she was
inscribed in the Golden
Book of Jewish National
Fund in Jerusalem by the
Women of JNF "for her
many years of labor on
behalf of Israel and the
land reclamation move-
ment." She also was ac-

Workmen's Circle
Branch Will Meet

Workmen's Circle Branch
227 will hold its regular
meeting 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Workmen's Circle
Center.
Guest speaker will be
David Fain, who will speak
on "Some Aspects of Politi-
cal Sociology." The public is
invited, and refreshments
will be served. For informa-
tion, call Sonia Popowski,
557-3994.

Governor's Wife
Guest of Israel

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VITATIONS
by HATTIE
SCHWARTZ

JNF Study Tour

BOSTON (JTA) — Mrs.
Kitty Dukakis, wife of Gov.
Michael Dukakis of Massa-
chusetts, is on a two-week
visit to Israel as a guest of
the Israeli government.
According to Shimshon
Inbal, consul general of Is-
rael in Boston, Mrs. Du-
kakis, who is Jewish, had
planned to visit Cuba but
decided to go to Israel in-
stead after Cuba supported
the anti-Zionist resolution
in the UN General Assem-
bly last year.
The governor's wife, a
dancer and dance instructor
at Lesley College here, will
study the development of
dance and culture in general
in Israel. She will plant a
tree in the Liberty Garden
in Jerusalem, which is dedi-
cated to the American Bi-
centennial.

Orthodox Agency
Helps Find Jobs

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
pilot project of the Agudath
Israel of America has placed
in full-time jobs 30 young
Jews — 23 men and seven
women — out of 35 enrolled
in its new Job Club project,
according to an official of
the Orthodox organization.

SAMUEL KOBAKER

tive in the Home Relief
Society, in ORT and in
Adat Shalom Synagogue's
sisterhood.
The Kobackers were very
generous to traditional Jew-
ish causes. They were early
supporters of Hillel Day
School; they contributed to.
the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary and they aided yeshi-
vot. They gave generously to
the Allied Jewish Campaign
and were active in the Israel
Bond cause.

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