Bulletin Calendar of Events

Friday, November 16

Lecture of the Women’s Division of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, Hotel Savoy-Plaza, 7 East Fifty-eighth street; “Free Trade in Art,” Dame Sybil Thorndike; “Quality Fashion,” Mrs. Floyd Odlum; 11 a. m.

Spinoza Institute of America, Pythian Temple, 135 West Seventieth street; “Why Should the Jews Survive?” Waldo Frank; 8:15 p. m.

New School for Social Research, 66 West Twelfth street; 8:20 p. m. “Trials,” I. Maurice Wormser: “Race and Civilization,” Bernhard J. Stern: “The European Novel,” Joseph Wood Krutch.

Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, High street and Waverly avenue, Newark; musical service, Kasner String Trio from New York City and the Zingg Chorus from Montclair; evening.

Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst, Bay Parkway and Seventy-ninth street; “The Jewish Reply,” Leo Herrmann; 8:30 p. m.

Sisterhood of Sinai Congregation of the Bronx, Rummage Sale, Eighth avenue and 127th street; all day.

Saturday, November 17

Rand School luncheon discussion, 7 East Fifteenth street; 1:30 p. m. Reception to Gerhard Seger, broadcast over Station WEVD; 3 p. m.

Social Art Center. 119 West Fifty-seventh street; dramatic presentations under the direction of Jacques Bril; 8 p. m.

The Talk-of-the-Town Club, 119 West Fifty-seventh street; presentation of “His Children” by Jane Manner; 8 p. m.

Junior Hadassah, annual dance, Hotel Pennsylvania, Thirty-fourth street and Seventh avenue; evening.

Flatbush Jewish Center. Church avenue and East Fifth street, Brooklyn”; Present Day Conditions of Jews and Judaism in Germany”; Dr. Ludwig Freund; 8:30 p. m.

Fifty-fourth annual dinner of City College Alumni, Hotel Commodore, Lexington avenue at Forty-second street; evening. Speakers: Senator Gerald P. Nye, Prof. Felix Frankfurter. Charles J. Hardy, Dr. Frederick B. Robinson and George L. Cohen.

Zionist Revisionist Organization and Brith Trumpeldor of New York, celebration of the peace pact in Zionism; Astoria Mansion, 2 East Fourth street; 8:30 p. m.

Young America Institute. 163 West Fifty-seventh street: “Nationalism versus Internationalism.” Columbia University and New York University; 8:30 p. m.

School of Philosophy, Steinway Hall, 113 West Fifty-seventh street; Professor Ernest P. Horrwitz. “Dostoyevsky; 8 p. m.

Saturday, November 17

Manhattan

Institutional Synagogue, 143 West Eighty-fifth street; Rabbi Herber. S. Goldstein, “Ideals”; 10:30 a. m. Main Building, Institutional Synagogue, 37 West 116th street; Rabbi Philip Goodman, “Dreams”; 10:30 a. m.

Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 West Eighty-third street; Dr. Louis I. Newman, “Israel Who Wrestles with God and Man”; 10:15 a. m.

Temple Oheb Sholom, 257 West Ninety-third street; Junior Service, Dr. I. Mortimer Bloom, “So the Story is Told”; 10:30 a. m.

Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, Eighty-eighth street west of Broadway; Rabbi Israel Goldstein, the Scriptural Portion; 10 a. m.

Park Avenue Synagogue, 50 East Eighty-seventh street; Rabbi Milton Steinberg, the Portion of the Law; 9:45 a. m.

Congregation Ohab Zedek, 18 West 116th street; Rabbi Fernando N. Friedman; 10:30 a. m.

Temple Emanu-El. Fifth Avenue at Sixty-fifth street; Rabbi Nathan A. Perilman; 10:30 a. m.

Temple Israel. 210 West Ninety-first street; Rabbi William F. Rosenblum, “Three Princes in Israel”; 10:15 a. m.

Bronx

Temple Adath Israel Grand Concourse at 169th street; Rabbi Henry A. Schorr, Portion of the Week; 9 a. m.

Bronx Y. M. and Y. W. H. A.. Fulton avenue at 171st street; Rabbi Solomon Reichman, “The Changing Family”; 10:30 a. m.

Sinai Congregation, 951 Stebbins avenue; Rabbi Herman W. Saville. the Portion of the Week; 10:30 a. m.

Congregation B’nai Zion, East 135th street; Dr. Aaron Rosmarin, “Jacob’s Dream”; 10:15 a. m.

Brooklyn

Temple Sinai, Arlington avenue and Bradford street; Rabbi Morris M. Rose, the Portion of the Week; 10:30 a. m.

Temple Emanu-El. Fourteenth avenue and Forty-ninth street; Rabbi Moses J. S. Abels, the Portion of the Week; 9:30 a. m.

Union Temple. 17 Eastern Parkway; Dr. Sidney Tedesche, the Portion of the Week; 10:30 a. m.

Queens

Astoria Center of Israel. Crescent street near Grand avenue; Rabbi Joshua L. Goldberg; 9 a. m.

Queens Jewish Center, Hollis Court boulevard near Jamaica avenue; Rabbi Bernard Segal; 10 a. m.

Sunday, November 18

Manhattan

Free Synagogue. Carnegie Hall, Fifty-seventh street and Seventh avenue; Rabbi Solomon Goldman. “The Jews, A People of Patience”; 10:45 a. m.

Temple Emanu-El. Fifth avenue at Sixty-fifth street; Dr. Samuel H. Golden-son, “Wanted—A Friend”; 11 a. m.

Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, 257 West Eighty-eighth street; Dr. Israel Goldstein, “Merrily We Roll Along”; 11 a. m.

Congregation Roseph Sholom, 7 West Eighty-third street; Dr. Louis I. Newman, “The Drama: Priestess of Religion or Bondsmaiden of Commerce?” with reference to “Judgment Day,” “Between Two Worlds” and Elmer Rice’s Letter of Farewell; 10:15 a. m.

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