Bulletin Calendar of Events

Friday, August 3

Lewisohn Stadium concerts, opera; “Aida;” Meisle, Tentoni, D’Angelo, Jagel; conductor, Alexander Smallens; Amsterdam avenue and 138th street; 8 p. m.

Goldman Band concerts; Marche Slave. Tschaikowsky; Kammenoi Ostrow, Rubinstein; Italian Caprice, Tschaikowsky; Dance of the Tumblers, Rimsky-Korsakoff; Finale, “A Life for the Czar,” Glinka; Dance of the B#yaderese, Torchlight Dance, Rubnistein; None but the Lonely Heart, Tschaikowsky; Prelude, C sharp minor, Rachmaninoff; Procession of the Sirdar, Ivanoff; Overture, “1812,” Tschaikowsky; Central Park; evening.

School for Social Re-education, lecture; Dr. Samuel D. Schmalhausen, “Education Is Soft and Evasive;” 88 South Seventh avenue; 9 p. m.

School of the Jewish Woman, radio lecture; Dr. Trude Weiss Rosmarin, “Jehuda Halevi;” Station WLTH; 3:30 p. m.

Works Division of the Department of Public Welfare, play; “Dick Whittington and His Cat;” Young Women’s Hebrew Association, 31 West 110th street; 3:30 p. m.

Saturday, August 4

Lewisohn Stadium concerts, opera; “Aida;” Meisle, Tentoni, D’Angelo, Jagel; conductor, Alexander Smallens; Amsterdam avenue and 138th street; 8 p. m.

Goldman Band concerts; Grand March, “The Pilgrim,” Lake; Overture, “In Bohemia,” Hadley; Chinese Procession, Crist; Irish Tune, Grainger; excerpts from “The Fortune Teller,” Herbert; Grand March, Leidzen; Overture, “Poet and Peasant,” Suppe; Symphonic poem, “Universal Judgment,” De Nardis; Waltz, “Die Fledermaus,” Strauss; Bolero, Ravel; Prospect Park, Brooklyn; evening.

New York Civic Orchestra, free concert; conductor, Eugene Plotnikoff; soloist, Max Panteleieff; Brooklyn Museum, Eastern Parkway; 3 p. m.

American League Against War and Fascism, parade and outdoor mass meeting; speakers: Bishop Francis J. McConnell, Norman H. Talentire; starts at Columbus Circle; 1 p. m.

Foreign Language Division of the Department of Public Relations, broadcast; Alex Shames, “The NRA;” Station WFAB; 12:45 p. m.

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