Wednesday, April 3, 1935
School of the Jewish Woman. 251 West 100th street; Appreciation of Hebrew Literature, Dr. Trude Weiss Rosmarin; Jewish Customs and Ceremonies, Dr. Aaron Rosmarin, 8:30 p. m. Hebrew Classes, 7:15 p. m.
B’noth Torah League of the School of the Jewish Woman, Card Party and Luncheon. Hotel Newton, Broadway at Ninety-fifth street, 12:30 p. m.
Mizrachi Women’s Organization, Congregation Kehillath Jeshurun, 117 East 85th street, 3 p. m. Lecture by Dr. Trude Rosmarin, “Why Jewish Culture?”
The Women’s League for Palestine; regular open meeting, address by Rabbi William F. Rosenblum; 2 p. m.
American Civil Liberties Union and American League Against War and Fascism; rally to protest enactment of alien and sedition legislation; Madison Square Garden, Eighth avenue and Fiftieth street; addresses by Bishop Francis J. McConnell. Prof. George S. Counts, Francis J. Gorman, Congressman Vito Marcantonio and Paul J. Kvale, Mary Van Kleeck, Dr. Harry F. Ward, Roger N. Baldwin, Rabbi Edward Israel; 8 p. m.
Flatbush Division of Ivriah, cultural meeting at the Capitol Club, 1260 Ocean Ave.; speaker, Mrs. Clara L. Ostriker, afternoon.
The Educational Committee of the New York Chapter of Hadassah, at the Y. M. H. A., 92nd street and Lexington avenue; speaker, Morris Rothenberg; 2:30 p. m.
Isidor Gans Lodge, I. O. B. A., Manhattan Odd Fellows Temple, 105 East 106th St; Lecture on “Maimonides” by Kalman Whiteman of the Jewish Education Association Speakers Service; 9 p. m.
West Side Bronx Zionists Meeting, Burnside Manor, Burnside and University avenue. Address by Philip M. Raskin on “Bankruptcy of Assimilation and How That Will Affect Modern Jewish Life in Palestine;” 8:30 p. m.
Y. W. H. A., 31 West 110th street; lecture by Rabbi Philip R. Alstat. “The Place of Jewish Education in Modern Jewish Life;” auspices of the Speakers’ Bureau of the School of the Jewish Woman; 8:45 p. m.
League for Industrial Democracy, Hotel Delano, 108 West Forty-third street; thirtieth anniversary dinner celebration. “Democracy in Crisis,” by Harold J. Laski, Norman Thomas and Harry W. Laidler; 7 p. m.
Y. M. H. A., Ninety-second street and Lexington avenue; “Our Daily Bread,” film presented by Cinema Guild, evening.