New York City

Dr. Elias Lieberman, principal of Thomas Jefferson High School, will speak Wednesday night on “The Cosmopolitan Jew,” at the Brooklyn Jewish Center, 667 Eastern parkway.

The Deborah Jewish Tuberculosis. Society held its annual meeting at the Hotel Pennsylvania yesterday.

Johannes Steel will address the Wednesday night forum at the Ninety-second street Y. M. H. A. on “The International Situation.”

The Hebrew Teachers’ Union will hold a Hebrew evening next Sunday in celebration of the appearance of Prof. Tschernowitz’s “History of Halakah.” Dr. N. Turoff and Rabbi I. H. Levinthal will be the principal speakers at the affair to be held at the Brooklyn Jewish Center.

A Bialik memorial mass meeting for next Sunday night is being arranged by the Richmond Zionist District in cooperation with the Senior Hadassah, Junior Hadassah, Poale Zion and Avukah.

The Youth Division of the American Jewish Congress will hold its regular monthly forum tomorrow night at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, 117 East Eighty-fifth street. Rabbi Joseph Lookstein will speak on “Dilemma of Youth—What Can Judaism Offer?”

The Ninety-second Street Y. M. H. A. will house an exhibit of American etchings and lithographs beginning next Sunday and lasting through March 16.

The Friends of the Soviet Union will hold a mass meeting tonight at Madison Square Garden in protest against the breaking off of trade negotiations between the United States and the Soviet. Speakers include Congressman Lundeen, Corliss Lamont, Prof. Charles Kuntz, James Waterman Wise and J. B. Mathews.

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