A plea that Jews combat Nazi propaganda by engaging in civic and welfare work, was voiced by Supreme Court Justice Harry E. Lewis, speaking at the silver jubilee dinner of the Sisterhood of Congregation Baith Israel Anshei Emes, in the Brooklyn Jewish Center, 667 Eastern Parkway.
The congregatoin is the oldest in Brooklyn, having passed its 78th year. It is located at Court and Kane Streets. Harold L. Turk is president.
City Court Justice Louis Goldstein, president of the Brooklyn Y.M.H.A. told of the need for providing underpricileged boys with activities to prevent their forming undersirable associations.
I. A. Goldberg, retiring president of the synagogue, received a diamond ring and was made an honorary life trustee in recognition of twenty-five years of service.
Mrs. Louis J. Moss, charman of the arrangements committee, introduced Mrs. Goldfarb, wife of Rabbi Goldfarb and president of the Sisterhood, who reviewed the activities of her group. She received a surpries gift, as did Mrs. H. Alexander of the board of director, in appreciation of work done. Mrs. B. Berriman, also a director, made the presentations.
Seated on the dais were also Mrs. Harold L. Turk, Deputy Sheriff John J. Gabay, Louis J. Moss, president of the United Synagogues of America and a trustee of the mother congregation; Joseph Morris, diretor of the center of the same group, and Mrs. Morris.
EIGHT NEW ART COURSES ANNOUNCED BY N.Y.U.
Eight new art courses will be introducted in the group of fifteen which will be given next term by New York University in cooperation with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, it was announced today by Dean E. Raymond Bossange, of the College of Fine Arts, and Dr. John Musser, executive secretary of the Graduate School.
Among them will be included “Modern Painting”, by Meyer Schapiro; “Mural Art Through the Ages”, by Leo Katz, and “German Painting and Graphic Arts in the Fifteenth Century,” by Irwin Panofsky.
All the courses are opne to the public.