What was said to be the world premiere in Yiddish of “Strife,” the Galsworthy play, was scheduled for this Saturday at the Jewish People’s Institute, with follow-up performances slated for Sunday and Monday.
Dr. Paul Hutchinson, managing editor of the Christian Century, will speak Thursday at the Congress Hotel on the coming Saar plebiscite. He recently returned from a visit to the territory.
Dr. Benjamin Feltenstein, 67, obstetrician, is dead. Heart disease was the cause of death. A widow, a son and two daughters survive.
A hand-printed book containing Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address was presented to Governor Henry Horner by Mayor Edward J. Kelly and other friends at a dinner at the Chicago Athletic Association. The book will be added to his library, which contains 6,000 Lincoln volumes.
Three lectures on Maimonides will be given at the Jewish Center this month in connection with the 800th anniversary of the birth of the philosopher.
Charles Levinson of Hamilton, Ont., president of the all-Canadian B”nai B’rith Conference, will head delegations from Canada expected here to attend the annual banquet and dance of Zerubbabel Lodge 13.
A testimonial expressing Toronto’s gratitude to Rabbi Samuel Sachs of Goel Tzedec Synagogue for his cooperation “toward the success of Toronto’s centennial celebrations” was given to the rabbi by Mayor Stewart.