Sunday, December 3
New School for Social Research; speakers, Eduard Heimann, “Planned Economy”, Gerhard Colm, “Interventionalism”, Karl Brandt, “Laissez-Faire” and Dr. Alvin Johnson, director. First of series symposiums by faculty University in Exile. Evening.
The Jewish Fellowship. Rabbi I. L. Bril, “What H. G. Wells Does Not Know About Judaism”, Hotel McAlpin, Broadway and 34th Street. 3:30 P.M.
Brandeis Society meeting, Mt. Neboh Congregation, 130 West 79th St. 8:30 P.M.
House Council Patchogue Jewish Center Youth rally. Soloist, Henry Rosenblatt, son of the late Cantor Rosenblatt. Speakers, Rabbi Bernard Segal and Rabbi Harold Goldfarb.
The Bronx Y.M.H.A., Fulton Avenue and 171st Street, “Bill of Divorcement” performed by amateur actors. Evening.
Big Sisters reception, Jewish Board of Guardians, 228 East 19th Street. Commissioner Bernard J. Fagan, of Parole Commission, speaker.
Monday, December 4
Eastern Parkway Division Ivriah, Brooklyn, 725 St. Marks Avenue.
Y.M.H.A. and Y.W.H.A. of Washington Heights, St. Nicholas Avenue and 159th Street. Open forum. Kirby Page speaks on “Prospects for International Peace.” Evening.
Brooklyn Jewish Center weekly forum. (Eastern Parkway and Brooklyn Avenue). Anita Block, reader of foreign plays, New York Theatre Guild: “Conflict in Sex and Marriage in the Theatre.”
Tuesday, December 5
North Queens Division Ivriah, Queensboro Chamber of Commerce. “An Afternoon in Palestine.”
Dr. James Franck, 1925 Nobel prize winner for work in physics, guest of Menorah Association at Gotham Hotel. Evening.
Luncheon Hebrew Home for Chronic Invalids of the Bronx, at Astor Hotel. Noon. Mrs. M. J. Schneider, chairlady.
Meeting Guild, Mt. Neboh Congregation, 130 West 79th Street. Evening.