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  • Faith to Ideals Asked by Semel

    Adherence to ancient Jewish ideals was seen as the most effective answer to the “World-wide challenge to Jewry,” by Bernard Semel, honorary secretary of the Jewish Education Association, who was principal speaker at a dinner of the association’s Brooklyn Division, held last night at the Hotel St. George, Brooklyn. More than 600 guests heard Municipal… More ▸

  • Rabbi Invited to Talk at London Meeting

    Rev. Dr. Morris S. Lazaron, rabbi of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (Madison Avenue Temple), has been invited to speak in London July 5 at a special meeting called by the British Society of Jews and Christians. Dr. Lazaron was a member of the pilgrimage team of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, recently awarded… More ▸

  • Heads Fund Council

    Joseph Haggai, veteran Detroit Zionist, was elected president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Detroit. More ▸

  • A. J. C. East Side Chapter to Hear 4 Speakers Tonight

    Speakers at a public meeting of the East Side chapter of the American Jewish Congress tonight will include former Congressman Nathan D. Perlman, Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum of the Congress Boycott Committee, Mrs. Goldie Meyerson and Louis Siegal. The meeting will be held at Young Israel headquarters, 229 East Broadway. More ▸

  • Jewish Fellowship Holds Anniversary

    Rabbi I. L. Bril, State Senator Albert Wald and Rabbi William Margolis were among the speakers who eulogized the Jewish Fellowship on its third anniversary last night at a dinner-dance attended by 200 persons at the Jewish Theological Seminary, Broadway and 122nd street. More ▸

  • Detroit Opens $175,000 Drive

    Detroit’s most important relief appeal in several years was sounded at a dinner at Hotel Statler this evening to open the Allied Jewish Campaign for $175,000. The drive will continue through June 7. Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, president of the New York Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropies, analyzed the problems that face world… More ▸

  • Chelsea, Mass., Rabbi on City’s Nra Board

    Rabbi Jacob Freedman of Temple Beth El was named one of five members of the Chelsea NRA Board for local grievances and appeals by Mayor Lawrence F. Quigley. Rabbi Freedman has taken an active part in Chelsea’s civic affairs since his arrival in the community. He is chairman of Chelsea District, Boy Scouts of America,… More ▸

  • Institute Gives Degrees to 8 Student Rabbis

    Eight rabbis were ordained at ninth annual commencement exercises of the Jewish Institute of Religion at Carnegie Hall yesterday day morning. Ceremonies were simple and impressive. Graduates honored were dressed in the traditional long black cape and hat. Flowers banked the platform. Honorary degrees of Doctor of Hebrew Letters were conferred upon Professor Charles Torrey,… More ▸