Friday, May 11
Educators’ Division of the Greater New York Campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, meeting; Hotel Commodore, Lexington avenue and Forty-second street; 5 p. m.
Women’s Division of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, meeting; home of Mrs. Allan Emil, 2611 Avenue M; 2 p. m.
Foreign Affairs Forum, lecture; Winchester Heicher. “Germany As It Is Today”; Clark Neighborhood House, 283 Rivington street; 9 p. m.
School of the Jewish Woman, broadcast; Dr. Trude Weiss Rosmarin, “The Prophets of Israel;” Station WLTH; 3:30 p. m.
Brownsville and East New York Chapters of Avukah, open meeting; speaker, Sanja Schweabacher. “The New Class of Palestinian Immigrants;” 1703 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn; 8:30 p. m.
World Fellowship of Faiths, opening session of conference; theme; “A New Spiritual Dynamic Needed;” speakers: F. Homer Curtiss, Philip L. Seman, Benjamin C. Marsh, Hereward Carrington, Basil Alexander; Hotel New Yorker, Thirty-fourth street and Eighth avenue; 3 p. m.
Young Folks’ League of Congregation B’nai Jeshurun; operetta, “Trial by Jury;” 270 West Eighty-ninth street; 8:30 p. m.
Junior League of the Manhattan-Washington Lodge of B’nai B’rith, dance; 36 West Sixty-ninth street; evening.
Broadcast, Union Assembly; George Jessel, Isa Kremer, Kroll String Quartet; speaker, Abraham Cahan; Station WEVD 10:15 p. m.
Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst, lecture; Dr. George J. Bacarat, “Italy and Its Contributions to Jewish Learning;” Bay Parkway and Seventy-ninth street; 8:30 p. m.
Bronx Jewish Civic League, lecture; Nathan Balber. “Jewish Renaissance;” 888 Prospect avenue. Bronx; 8:30 p. m.
Jewish National Fund, dance; Young Men’s Hebrew Association, 4910 Fourteenth avenue, Brooklyn; evening.
Young America Institute, lecture; Irma Kraft. “The Jewish Drama in Europe and America;” Mecca Temple, 135 West Fifty-fifth street; 8:30 p. m.
Board of Governors of the Hebrew University, conference of the American members; speaker, Judah L. Magnes; Harmonie Club, 4 East Sixtieth street; 7 p. m.
Talk of the Town Club, one-act play by the Harrison Lewis Screen Players; studio 61, Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth street and Seventh avenue; 8 p. m.