Dr. Shalom Spiegel and Dr. Eliezar Rieger, leaders of the Ha’ch##lutz, Ha’shomer, Ha’##air and other Jewish youth organizations in Palestine, arrived in the United States. They will endeavor to interest American Jewish youth in Palestine activities.
Only $350,000 remains to be raised in order to wipe out the $1,250,000 deficit in this year’s budget of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, according to the announcement made by Felix M. Warburg, at the fourth rally of campaigners held yesterday afternoon at the Hotel Pennsylvania.
The rally developed into an ovation for four of the largest department store owners in New York, Horace A. Saks, Samuel J. Bloomingdale, Percy S. Scrans, and Bernard F. Gimbel, who have been instrumental in organizing the largest number of made groups in the Business Men’s Council which is conducting this charity drive for the Federation.
These four leaders have organized 43 trade groups, culminating in the cooperative effort of the 137 trades of the Business Men’s Council to launch the campaign. The quota for the large group organized by Mr. Straus, Mr. Gimbel, Mr. Saks and Mr. Bloomingdale equals $171,500. This does not include the $60,000 quota of the department store group in which these men are also interested.
Members of the Women’s Division of the Federation acted as hostesses at the tea which followed the rally. Among these were: Mrs. Arthur Lehman, Mrs. Cyrus S##berger, Mrs. Simon Frankel, Mrs. Sidney C. Borg, Mrs. Isaac Kub##. Mrs. Carl A. Loeb, Mrs. Solomon Lowenstein, Mrs. H. N. Vineberg.
A series of lectures on “Judaism and Primitive Christianity” will be given November 17 or 20, and November 24 to 26 at two o’clock at the Jewish Institute of Religion by Professor F. J. Foakes Jackson, Professor of Christian ##tions at the Union Theological Seminary. New York The lectures deal with the history of the early relationships of Judaism and Christianity.