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  • Darrow to Speak in Forum

    Clarence Darrow will speak at a Jewish Community Center Forum here on Nov. 11. Other speakers later in the season will be Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Heywood Broun, Senator Robert M. LaFollette, Dr. Abram Sacher, Marvin Lowenthal and Maurice Schwartz. More ▸

  • Theodor Herzl Society Will Hear Herrmann

    Leo Herrmann, of the Keren Hayesod and Zionist Organization in Palestine, will be guest speaker at the meeting of the Theodor Herzl Society on Thursday night at the Y.M.H.A. building, Ninety-second street and Lexington avenue. Mr. Herrmann, a former member of the Zionist Executive and one of the original founders of the “Prager Schule,” will… More ▸

  • Led Galician Jews

    Simon Schreiber, Austrian rabbi of the last century, was the foremost leader of the orthodox Jews of Galicia. More ▸

  • Add Temple Members

    A membership campaign under the chairmanship of I. R. Morris of The Temple Men’s Club, has closed with an increased enrollment of 200 members, it was announced here. More ▸

  • News Brief

    Albert Kahn, well-known Detroit Jewish architect, presented a gift of 500,000 francs to the University of Paris. The university is also to receive the income from a 9,500,000 franc foundation, the principle of which is to revert to the institution at the death of Mr. Kahn. More ▸

  • Aims to Connect Lindy Suspect with Nazis Here

    In an effort to link Bruno Richard Hauptmann, Lindbergh kidnaping suspect under indictment here on an extortion charge growing out of the kidnaping, and his coterie of friends and acquaintances with the Friends of New Germany and other pro-Hitler organizations, Congressman Samuel Dickstein yesterday opened a series of hearings at his private offices, 70 Pine… More ▸

  • New Village Prospers

    There are now some 400 houses and some 2,000 residents in Kiryat Chaim, the village on the Haifa Bay area named after the late Dr. Chaim Arlosoroff. Inhabitants have asked for a public telephone and a postal agency, and negotiations have been opened with the general post office. More ▸

  • Get Legion Posts

    Make a habit of glancing through the classified advertising columns. They may have a surprise in store for you. Harry Weingarten was installed as adjutant and finance officer of Seattle Post No. 1, American Legion, the state’s largest Legion unit. George Cohen retired as commander. Lou Kessler was appointed a member of University Post, the… More ▸

  • Temples Mark Simcath Torah, Festive Holiday

    In honor of Simcath Torah, which is celebrated today, sermons in local synagogues concerned themselves primarily with the Bible and with the value of the Bible to the Jew and to the whole world. On Simcath Torah the reading of the book of Deuteronomy is ended and the reading of the book of Genesis is… More ▸

  • Rabbi Luchs on Staff of Teachers’ School

    The School for Jewish Teachers, Sixty-fifth street and Fifth avenue, yesterday announced the addition to its faculty of Rabbi Alvin Luchs of New Rochelle and Rabbi Lawrence Schwartz of White Plains. Rabbi Gustave A. Falk, formerly of Cincinnati, will become director of the school. More ▸