Detroit (Jan. 4)
Eleven Jewish educational, recreational and social service agencies affiliated with the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit will hold their annual meetings during the coming week. These sessions will be preliminary to the Federation’s annual get-together supper, scheduled for February 10.
A joint annual meeting will be held Sunday evening by the Jewish Children’s Home, the Jewish Child Placement Bureau, the Jewish Social Service Bureau and the Jewish Unemployment Emergency Council, whose respective presidentsâ€”Herman Cohen, Aoraham J. Levin, Theodore Levin and Israel Himelhochâ€”will make their annual reports. Judge D. J. Healy Jr. of Wayne County Probate Court will speak on “The Child Care Situation in Detroit.”
Next Wednesday evening, at a similar session, the presidents of the following organizations will submit annual reports: David S. Zemon, Hebrew Free Loan Association; Isaac Rosenthal, House of Shelter; Judge Charles Rubiner, Jewish Community Center, and Aaron M. Pregerson, United Hebrew Schools. Simon Shetzer will speak.
On the evening of January 13 officials of the French Air Society, the Jewish Old Folks Home and the North End Clinic will meet. They will hear Dr. A. Max Kohn in an address on “The Growth and Development of the North End Clinic,”
At the Federation’s February 10 supper “The Masked Parade,” a mystery play by Mrs. Rose Kohn, will be presented.