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Mrs. Israel Zangwill to Speak in Syracuse

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Judge Philip Rubenstein of Boston, Mass., has been elected as a Trustee for three years of the Judge Baker Foundation of New England, which handles annually the personality, conduct, educational and vocational problems of various organizations in Massachusetts and other states. The cases handled by the Foundation are presented through many agencies including the Associated Jewish Philanthropies.

Mrs. Israel Zangwill, widow of the famous English-Jewish writer, will address the Temple Society of Concord, Thursday evening, on “World Disarmament,” sponsored by the Syracuse Council of Jewish Women, of which Mrs. Alex Mason is president, and the local branch of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Mrs. Zangwill, who is on a lecture tour of this country in the interests of disarmament, is the guest of the Women’s International League, of which Jane Addams is the founder and international head. This society has taken an active part in the campaign for disarmament.

The League announces that Mrs. Zangwill’s tour is the beginning of the drive to be made this winter to secure action from the disarmament conference, which will meet shortly in Geneva, Switzerland.

Judge Philip Rubenstein of Boston, Mass., has been elected as a Trustee for three years of the Judge Baker Foundation of New England, which handles annually the personality, conduct, educational and vocational problems of various organizations in Massachusetts and other states. The cases handled by the Foundation are presented through many agencies including the Associated Jewish Philanthropies.

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