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Saturday, March 2

Temple Emanu-El, 1 East Sixty-fifth street, 8:30 p. m. Presentation of “Queen High,” under the auspices of the Junior Society.

School of the Jewish Woman, concert and dance, Temple Ansche Chesed, West End avenue at 100th street, evening.

Talk of the Town Club, 119 West Fifty-seventh street, 8 p. m. “Progress in Russia,” Eva Robin.

Corona Junior Hadassah, studio dance and program, Duryea Studios, 200 West Fifty-seventh street, 8 p. m.

Spanish-Portuguese Synagogue, 2 West Seventieth street, morning: “From Tabernacle to Synagogue,” Dr. D. de Sola Pool.

Social Art Center, 119 West Fifty-seventh street, 8 p. m. “Russia’s Iron Age,” Harold La Tour.

City College Auditorium, Lexington avenue and Twenty-third street, 8 p. m. Address by Vladimir Jabotinsky. Under the auspices of Avukah.

Congregation Tifereth Torah, Eighty-third street and Twenty-third street, Brooklyn, morning. “Unity,” Rabbi Abraham Cahill.

Temple Ansche Chesed. 100th street and West End avenue, 10:30 a. m. “So Were They Numbered,” Rabbi Joseph Zeitlin.

Young America Institute, 73 West Sixty-sixth street, 8:30 p. m. “The Jewish Youth Here and in Russia,” John Elliott.

Temple Israel, 210 West Ninety-first street, 8:30 p. m. Informal dance of the Junior College.

Sunday, March 3

Lecture, under the auspices of the West Side ICOR, 2744 Broadway, 8:30 p. m. “The Life of the Jews in the Soviet Union and in Other Countries,” Gina Medem.

Annual meeting of the Hebrew Sheltering and Aid Society, Hotel Astor. Broadway and Forty-fourth street, afternoon.

Free Synagogue, Carnegie Hall, Seventh avenue at Fifty-seventh street, 10:45 a. m. “How Can Family Life Be Decently Adjusted?” Dr. Stephen S. Wise.

Freethinkers of America, 155 East Thirty-fourth street, 3 p. m. “The Jews and the New Germany,” Dr. Sidney S. Tedesche.

Spanish Portugese Synagogue, 2 West Seventieth street, 11 a. m. “The Prayer Book of Our Own Day,” Dr. D. de Sola Pool.

Meeting of the Zionist Circle, 52 St. Marks place, 6 p. m. “The History of Zionism After the First Congress Up to the World War,” Morris Solon.

Camp Utopia, reunion, Hotel Pennsylvania. Seventh avenue at Thirty-third street, 2 p. m.

Temple B’nai Jeshurun, Eighty-eighth street. West of Broadway, 11 a. m. “The Petrified Forest—Is the World Going Back to The Apes?” Dr. Israel Goldstein.

Conference of the New York Council of Mizrachi Youth of America, Manhattan Hotel, Thirty-fourth street and Eighth avenue, noon. Speakers: Rabbi Wolf Gold, Isidore Epstein, Rabbi Harry Wohlberg, Rabbi Max Kirschblum.

Tenzer Family Circle, Purim celebration. East Midwood Jewish Center, Ocean avenue, Brooklyn, evening.

Society for the Advancement of Judaism, 15 West Eighty-sixth street, 8:30 p. m. “Russia Today,” Louis Fischer.

Congregation Emanu-El, 1 East Sixty-fifth street, 10:30 a. m. “A Little More of Judaism and Less of Jews,” Dr. Samuel H. Goldenson.

Annual dinner of the Parents’ Association of Temple Israel, Park Royal Hotel, 6:30 p. m.

Beth Israel Hospital Auditorium, Sixteenth street and Stuyvesant Park East, 8 p. m. Concert under the auspices of the Junior League.

Young Israel of Manhattan, bridge, Hotel Ansonia. Broadway at Seventy-third street, evening.

Society of Jewish Science, 150 West Eighty-fifth street, 11 a. m. “The Road to Spirituality,” Rabbi Morris Lichtenatein.

Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 West Eighty-third street, 10:30 a. m. “A ‘New Deal’ for World Jewry; What Shall Our Statesmanship Be?” Vladimir Jabotinsky.

Modern Youth League, Hotel Cameron, 41 West Eighty-sixth street, 8:30 p. m. “The Minority Position of the Jew,” Louis J. Gribetz.

Park Avenue Synagogue, 50 East Eighty-seventh street, 10:45 a. m. “Jewish Anti-Semitism, A Psychological Explanation of the Jew’s Attitude Toward Jews,” Rabbi Milton Steinberg.

Tea in honor of Miss Bertha Landsman, under the auspices of the Junior and Senior Divisions of Hadassah, at the home of Mrs. Herman Shulman, 315 Central Park West, afternoon.

School of Philosophy, 113 West Fifty-seventh street, 9 p. m. “The History of Philosophy: Plato,” Max Fishler.

Young America Institute, 73 West Sixty-sixth street, 8:30 p. m. Program of Classic and Modern Dances presented by the New Dance League.

Jewish Honor Legion. Central Jewish Institute. 125 East Eighty-fifth street, 8 p. m. “Ancient and Modern Jewish Art,” Sol Raskin.

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