Wednesday, December 19
The Jewish Center, 131 West Eighty-sixth street; “Crime Prevention.” George Z. Medalie; 8:30 p. m.
Jewish Conciliation Court of America, session, Madison Street Courthouse, 264 Madison street; 5 p. m.
Young Folks League of Temple Petach Tikvah, Rochester avenue and Lincoln place, Brooklyn; “Legal Humor,” Irving Davidson; 8:30 p. m.
Brooklyn Jewish Center, 667 Eastern parkway; “Jewish Divorceâ€”Its Virtues and Defects,” Dr. Robert Gordis; 8:30 p. m.
School of the Jewish Woman, 251 West 100th street; “Appreciation of Hebrew Literature.” Dr. Trude Weiss Rosmarin; 8 p. m.
Meeting of the West Bronx Youth Zionist Group, Burnside Manor, Burnside and University avenues; 8:30 p. m. Address by Charles Ress.
Meeting of the West Bronx Women’s Division of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, at the home of Mrs. Louis Myers. 1605 Walton avenue; 2 p. m.
Society for Social Re-education, 83 South Seventh street: “A Woman’s Best Years.” Dr. H. Beran Wolfe: 8:30 p. m.
Mass meeting of the League of Free Germans, Brooklyn Labor Lyceum, 949 Willoughby avenue, Brooklyn; evening. Address by Dr. Julius Deutsch.
Temple Emanu-El, 1 East Sixty-fifth street, conference to officially Inaugurate plans for Octocentennial celebration of the birth of Moses Maimonides; evening Speakers: Dr. Samuel H. Goldenson, Dr. David De Sola Pool and Dr. Nathan Stern.
Jonas Aaron is the first known Jewish president of Philadelphia, his name appearing in a business directory of that city for 1703.
Aaronsburg, founded in 1786, is probably the first town in the United States founded by and named after a Jew.