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Monday, November 26

Jewish Community Center of Jersey City; “Murder—Made in Germany,” Heinz Liepmann; evening.

Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, Central Park west and Seventieth street; evening; Dr. D. de Sola Pool, “The Chosen People.”

Annual Sisterhood Luncheon, Congregation Shaari Zedek. Hotel Astor, Broadway at Forty-fourth street; 12:00 p. m.

Good Will Court. Eagle Building, 26 Johnson street. Brooklyn; 8:00 p. m. Judges: E. S. Martin, Frederick W. Bruchhauser and David A. Wallach.

Formal opening of the Bargain Shop, 1246 Third avenue, under the auspices of the New York Women’s Division of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver; 3:30 p. m.

West Side Division of Ivriah, Rutgers Club, 314 West Ninety-first street; “The Current Theatre—Thoughts and Fancies,” Mrs. Clara L. Ostriker; afternoon.

Discussion meeting of the Bronx Community Associates. Senate Mansion, 2002 Creston avenue, Bronx; address by William Weiss; evening.

Young Israel of Brooklyn, 563 Bedford avenue; “Government War Against Crime.” Leo D. Hickey; 8:30 p. m.

Jewish Center Sisterhood, 131 West Eighty-sixth street: Autumn Luncheon; “Women, Divinity, Chattel or Mate?” Dr. Louis K. Anspacher; 1:00 p. m.

Meeting of the National Council of Jewish Juniors, Brooklyn Section. Temple Beth Emeth. 83 Marlboro road, Brooklyn; 8:00 p. m. Address by Irving Stone.

Jewish Women’s Hour; Station WBNX; 1:30 p. m.

Bronx Vigilance Division of Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League meeting; speaker, Morris Lifshitz; Young Israel Building of Claremont Parkway, Washington avenue and 170th street. Bronx; 8:30 p. m.

New York University, Washington Square Center of Adult Education; “Roots of Race Prejudice,” Dr. Alexander Lesser; main building, Washington square; 8:00 p. m.

Society for Ethical Culture; “Public Housing and Our Standard of Living,” Charney Vladeck; 2 West Sixty-fourth street: 3:00 p. m.

New School for Social Research; “The Liberal Tradition in American Thought,” Morris R. Cohen: 66 West Twelfth street; 8:20 p. m.

Samuel of Derenburg was court banker to fourteenth century archbishops of Madgeburg.

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