The Kashruth Association of Greater New York will hold an all-day convention today in the Astor Hotel. More than 1,000 lay delegates and 300 orthodox rabbis are expected to attend.
The major question on the agenda of the convention, said to be the first of its kind to be held in New York, will be consideration of the problem of enforcing the Biblical dietary laws pertaining to the preparation and distribution of kosher meats, poultry and other food stuffs. Judge Otto A. Rosalsky, of the Court of General Sessions, is honorary chairman of the organization.
Avukah, American Student Zionist Federation, will hold a meeting this evening at headquarters in the Y.M.H.A., 171st Street and Fulton Avenue, the Bronx. Bernard S. Deutsch will be guest speaker.
Irving Ben Cooper, City Fusion candidate for City Court Justice, will address the Social Trends Forum this evening, at Greenwich House, 29 Barrow Street.
The courses for adults in elementary and advanced Yiddish conducted by the Yiddish Culture Society in its Center, 147-149 Second Avenue, will begin Monday evening. Classes will meet twice weekly.
The 47th annual convocation of the Jewish Theological Seminary, 122nd Street and Broadway, will be held Monday evening in the Unterberg Auditorium. Dr. Cyrus Adler will discuss modern Jewish life.
Professor Martin Sommerfield, former member of the Prussian State Board of Education and one of the German professors exiled by the Nazi government, will address the Metropolitan chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German at Washington Square College, Washington Square Center, New York University.
Bernard S. Deutsch will speak over Station WBNX and the Amalgamated network Monday night at 9:45 o’clock on the subject, “What Price Bigotry.”