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  • Cooperation Urgedamong All Faiths

    Sunday, April 29, has been set aside as national “Brotherhood Day” by the National Conference of Jews and Christians. The day had been designated for this purpose in response to widespread demands on the part of leaders of all religious affiliations. The announcement was made yesterday by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman, chairman of Brotherhood… More ▸

  • News Brief

    RABBI SAMUEL H. GOLDENSON, Temple Emanu-El, Fifth avenue and Sixty-fifth street; “There has never been a people on the face of the earth that has never suffered slavery at some time, that has not tasted of the bitter cup of bondage. To Israel, this has been a challenge. We should remember that our forefathers were… More ▸

  • News Brief

    The Hebrew Teachers Union held a dance and concert at the Rand School, 7 East Fifteenth street, last evening. The program included piano selections by Miss Lillian Kimmel, dramatic readings by Abraham Lutzky and songs by Miss Helen Schneiderman and Cantor Weis. More ▸

  • Rabbis Meet Today to Discuss Kashruth

    More than 300 orthodox rabbis will meet this afternoon at the Hotel Pennsylvania to discuss once again the local Kashruth problem. The meeting, which will be attended by representatives of all the local orthodox organizations, was called by the Kashruth Association of Greater New York. The purpose of the conference is to adopt a plan… More ▸

  • Solender President of Undergraduate Scholarship Group

    Sanford Solender has been chosen president of the Undergraduate Scholarship Committee of New York University’s uptown branch, Milton Maurer was elected secretary, The function of the committee, formed several years ago, is to keep the curriculum from becoming antiquated, through suggestions to the faculty. Solender has played an active part in campus affairs, being on… More ▸

  • Critical Moments by George Joel

    It is really a dirty trick to poke fun at the mimeographed sheets that come so faithfully to this desk from moving picture companies and theatrical producers, especially since only too often they are the last stand between a column of type and an empty space. But then, to wax mildly philosophical, man is by… More ▸

  • Ehrlich, Halper Are Winners of Fellowships

    Leonard Ehrlich, author; Albert Halper. author; Isidor Schneider, poet; Maurice -Glicksman, sculptor; Rosella Harman, artist; Dr. Ernest Nagel, scientist, and Dr. Frank Tannenbaum, economist are included among the winners of the tenth annual fellowship a wards distributed among forty American research and creative workers by the trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. The new… More ▸

  • News Brief

    RABBI ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN, Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, Eighty-eighth street, West of Broadway: “The fact that in every part of the world Judaism has been able to survive in the face of overwhelming majorities and often in the face of hostility and persecution, is a tribute to its remarkable vitality. Adaptation to changes of envirohment is a… More ▸

  • News Brief

    The Avukah will hold a theatre party Wednesday night at the Playhouse, Forty-eighth street east of Broadway, to raise funds for the maintenance of the national office. “Moor Born,” a play based on the lives of the Bronte sisters will be seen. More ▸