Judge Theodore L_ evin has
been chosen chairman of the
60th anniversary celebration of
the United Jewish Charities, of
Detroit. Judge Levin is immedi-
ate past president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and a for-
mer UJC president.
Center Announces 4
Meyer Schreiber has been ap-
pointed program director of
the Jewish Center, 18100 Mey-
Frank Loewenberg, formerly
director of the Center's Ten
Mile branch, will direct the
Slate Creative Drama •Workshops for Children
World Stage, Detroit's "off-
Broadway theater," Livernois at
Six Mile Rd., will be holding
creative dramatics workshops
for children and teen-agers on
Saturday mornings, beginning
Sept. 19, under the direction of
Diane Margolis. The 12-student
classes will run for 20 weeks.
Mrs. Margolis is an audito-
rium teacher in the Detroit
Public Schools and has taught
dramatics for nine years. She
received creative dram at ic s
training from Winifred Ward,
one of the leaders of the cre-
ative dramatics movement. Mrs.
Margolis has also acted in lead-
ing roles at World Stage and
Michigan State University. She
may he contacted at TO 5-7694
for further information.
for- girls, physical culture, danc-
ing, lesson's in piano, stenog-
raphy and American history
classes. The nature of the
classes was determined by the
desire of the Charities' Board
to help in the Americanization
of recent Jewish immigrants
The United Jewish Charities and in the "self-help" of the
may well be the nation's pio- economically underprivileged.
neer in federated fund-raising
In 1904, a camping program
• and social planning.
for underprivileged youngsters
In 1899, Dr. Leo M. Franklin, was established and that same
rabbi of Temple Beth El, in- year, out-of-town agencies were
vited the presidents of the city's included in the Charities' single
f our Jewish annual campaign for funds.
As .a result of a 1923 survey
organizations of developments and needs in
to discuss a communal service, financed by
joint associa- Leopold Wineman, the Char-
ities formed the present federa-
On Nov. 21 tion of Jewish social service
YOU EXPECT MORE
of that y e a r, agencies with the responsibility
r e p r esenta- of promoting the social and
AND GET IT !
tives of t h e cultural welfare of the Jewish
Beth El He- community and of raising funds
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brew Relief centrally. The Charities re-
Society, the mained as the property-holding
.1Ladies Hebrew body of the federation of
Sewing S o c
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The Jewish Welfare Federa-
ety, the Self-
L.: Help Circle tion now has a membership of
Judge Levin and the Jew- 13 agencies in Detroit and
ish Relief Society established raises $5,000,000 annually for
the United Jewish Charities to 65 Jewish causes.
"form a joint association by A committee to prepare a
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Old Phonographs Converted to Stereo
which all charitable and edu- history of Detroit's Jewish corn-
cational work now being done munity will be under the chair-
by the various societies may be manship of Leonard N. Simons.
more expeditiously and less ex- Irving I. Katz will head a corn- Center's new children's divi-
pensively accomplished." mittee on exhibits and Clarence sion, including pre-schoolers,
nursery school and juniors.
The founders established two H. Enggass is chairman of a
Sigmund Hellman, formerly
principles: 1. To exclude all
director of the Center's Davi-
f o r m s of solicitations, ticket
son branch, will direct the
selling, pr o g r am advertising,
Center's new youth division, in-
bazaars and fairs, and to con-
cluding tweens, teens, and col-
fine individal bounty to direct
subscription; a n d 2., to dis-
Eugene Jaffe will direct the
courage t h e starting of new
Center's new adult division.
institutions without the ap-
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proval of the United Jewish
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Charities. David W. Simons was
Diplomas were awarded to 34 for Annual Bible Quiz
the first president.
new nurses at exercises Monday
JERUSALEM, ( J T A ) — Is-
Justice Henry M. But z e 1, night marking the fourth grad- rael's second annual Bible quiz
chairman of the Charities' En- uation ceremonies of the contest was launched with pre-
dowment Committee, was an in- Shapero School of Nursing of liminary contests in five Israel
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corporator and later president Sinai Hospital.
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of UJC. He will participate in
Over 500 people, including Haifa, Rehovot and Eilat. Hun-
the anniversary celebration.
the families of the graduates, dreds of entrants took part in
Judge Levin said the anni- representatives from the com- the written tests.
versary celebration is being munity and the board of trus-
organized to make members tees of the Shapero School and
of Detroit's Jewish commun- Sinai Hospital, filled the Aaron
ity more aware of their "long DeRoy Theater of the Jewish
heritage of personal and col- Community Center to near
lective responsibility for the capacity.
The commencement address
was delivered by Rabbi M. Rob-
In the year of its incorpora-
ert Syme, of Temple Israel, who
tion, the Chraities was called reminded the graduates that in
upon to give help to Romanian their vows, they have pledged to
refugees who came to Detroit devote "compassionate conside-
in large numbers.
ration" to all their patients.
By the turn of the century,
"The true nurse," Rabbi Syme
t h e Charities was publishing said, "dedicates herself to each
names of subscribers to its patient, according to his per-
the welcome you receive
sonality, whether rich or poor,
In 1901, a dispensary for indi- humble or great.
is not measured by the
gent sick was added to Char-
"What you do depends on
what you are as an individual.
size of your savings account!
In 1902, the Charities hired What Sinai Hospital does also
its first full-time professional depends on what you do," he
director. Henry Butzel, the said.
All Savings Insured to $10,000 by an Agency of
chairman of its real estate com-
The parallel between religion
mittee. bought land for a per- and the nursing profession in
The United States Government
manent Charities building on regard to the "preciousness of
East Vernor, which was then the individual" was cited by
called High Street.
Rabbi Syme. He said that when
The Hannah Schloss Build- God created Adam, he made
ing was already too small for only one individual. This is the
difference, he explained, be-
growing Charities programs
when it was dedicated in tween the workman, who stamps
all of his goods in the same
DEXTER at CORTLAND
mold, and the Divine Artisan,
LIVERNOIS at W. 7 MILE RD.
The house government com- who has stamped all men in the
W. 9 MILE near COOLIDG E
mittee listed reading, arithme- form of Adam, but has made
tic, art, civics, sewing classes no two alike."
Better than 50 percent of the
WOODWARD at CONGRESS
new graduates—a percentage
IF YOU TURN THE
3 Other Branches
to that of the three pre-
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vious classes—will remain on
the nursing staff of Sinai Hos-
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
Diplomas were awarded by
George M. Stutz, president of
the Shapero School, and greet-
ings were extended by Abraham
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich. I Srere, president of Sinai Hos-
NEW CAR! USED CAR!
HAMILTON MOTOR SALES
to 34 New Nurses
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PHONE TE, 4-2858
-- TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Sept. 18, 1959
Judge Levin Named Chairman of
UK 60th Anniversary Committee