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  • Young Israel Dance

    Young Israel of Bronx Gardens, whose headquarters are located at 1205 Ward avenue, will hold its annual dance at the Hotel Pennsylvania on November 10, the organization announced yesterday. The committee in charge of arrangements comprises Felix Asch, chairman, Irene Weiss, Helen Rosenblum, Gussie Michals, Milton Zweig and Harry Feinstein. More ▸

  • Rosenfeld in Farewell

    Kurt Rosenfeld, former Prussian Minister of Justice, now a refugee from the Nazi regime, will make his farewell address to members and friends of the West Side Anti-Nazi Committee at the Ethical Culture School, 2 West 64th street, tomorrow evening. He will speak on “Germany Under the Hitler Regime.” More ▸

  • Temple Society of Concord Chooses Saul President

    Alexander Saul was elected president of the Brotherhood of Temple Society of Concord at the first meeting of the fall season. Other officers include Philip Holstein, vice-president; Jack Levey, secretary, and Max Stolz, treasurer. More ▸

  • Hurls Defiance at Harlem Unit

    easy $5 bills at the expense of the merchants in this community.” HAMID CHARGES RACKET He expressed the belief that the association was formed for the purpose of “exploiting storekeepers instead of helping them.” “Assuming for the moment,” he continued, “that I am conducting a racket, do you think that an organization has to collect… More ▸

  • Thrift House Reopens

    Thrift House, the permanent rummage shop at 9 West Fifty-seventh street, inaugurated its third season yesterday, after being closed for one week to restock merchandise. More ▸

  • Wins Prize for Play

    Mrs. Morris Silverman, wife of Rabbi Silverman of Emanuel Synagogue here, won first prize in the national contest conducted by the Women’s League of the United Synagogue of America for writing the best play on a Jewish subject. More ▸

  • Date Set for Faiths to Join in Celebration

    The National Conference of Jews and Christians has set aside next February 24 as the second annual Brotherhood Day, to be celebrated by Protestants, Catholics and Jews throughout the country. In announcing this date the National Conference states: “The reception of this appointment upon short notice by 300 communities on April 29 last encourages us… More ▸

  • Vienna Forces Doctors to Step out of Posts

    In a remorseless fashion the Austrian government is steadily continuing its campaign to oust all Jews from federal and state employ. Seven Jewish doctors, specialists attached to the government sick benefit insurance fund for the employes of the Department of Commerce, were summarily dismissed today without any warning. Up to now the specialists have been… More ▸

  • Report Colonial Office Approves Rail Transfer

    Considerable interest has been aroused here by a report that the Colonial Office has approved the transfer of the railway junction from Lydda to Tel Aviv. A sum of £37,000 ($185,000) has been reported as spent on materials. The entire undertaking will cost about £300,000 ($1,500,000), it is estimated. More ▸

  • Forum Services in Cleveland

    A Friday evening forum service has been instituted for the coming season at the Cleveland Jewish Center by Rabbi Armond E. Cohen, acting rabbi of the institution. Prominent American Jewish figures will come to Cleveland every other Friday night. Rabbi Cohen will speak on alternate Friday evenings. Professor Louis Finkelstein. professor of theology and registrar… More ▸