Saturday, April 6
Jewish War Veterans broadcast, National Broadcasting Company, Station WJZ, 4 p. m. Address by William Berman and Representative John J. McSwain.
New Peoples Synagogue, 96 Clinton street, 10:30 a. m. “Jewish Ailments,” Rabbi Samuel Buchler.
Second national conference of the Zionist Revisionist Organization, Hotel Edison, 228 West Forty-seventh street, evening. Address by Vladimir Jabotinsky.
Annual formal dance and supper of the Young Men’s and Women’s Division of Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, Starlight Roof of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Park avenue at Fiftieth street, evening.
Spring dance and carnival of the Hunter College Evening Chapter of Avukah, 147 Second avenue, evening.
Charity ball sponsored by the Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Hotel Waldorf-Astoria. Park avenue at Fiftieth street, evening.
Temple Ansche Chesed, West End avenue at 100th street, morning, “Offerings of the Past: What Lesson Today,” Rabbi Joseph Zeitlin.
Anniversary celebration of the Institutional Synagogue, 37 West 116th street, 8:15 p. m. Speakers: Congressman Isaac Siegel. Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein.
Concert and dance for the benefit of the Teachers Institute of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, Hotel Delano, 108 West Forty-third street, evening. Under the auspices of the Alumni Association of the Institute.
Sunday, April 7
Benefit performance under auspices of the West Side section of the Women’s League for Palestine. Barbizon-Plaza Hotel, Sixth avenue at Fifty-eighth street, 9 p. m.
Young Socialist-Zionist Alliance, 323 East Thirteenth street, 8 p. m. “Plight of the Jewish Youth,” Joshua Goldberg.
Annual meeting of the National Council of the Jewish welfare Board, Young Men’s Hebrew Association, Lexington avenue at Ninety-second street, 10 a. m.
Free Synagogue, Carnegie Hall, Seventh avenue at Fifty-seventh street, 10:45 a. m. “Must War Be? What Can We Do?” Dr. Stephen S. Wise.
Young People’s Conference, 148 West Eighty-fifth street, 4 p. m. “Recent Trends in the Theatre.” Michael Blankfort, playwright.
Town Hall. 123 West Forty-third street, 11 a. m. “The New Deal: Is There an American Way out?” Dr. Horace Kallen.
Community Forum, 550 West 110th street, 8 p. m. “Russia in Close-up.” Eugene Lyons, author of “Moscow Carrousel.”
Young People’s Council of the American Committee for the Settlement of Jews in Biro-Bidjan. Home of Miss Thelma Nurenberg, 360 Central Park West.
Tenzer Family Circle, East Midwood Jewish Center, Ocean avenue, Brooklyn. “Moses Maimonides.” Rabbi Abraham Burstein.
Hotel Cameron, 41 West Eighty-sixth street, 8:30 p. m. “The Cure for Crime.” Dr. George Kirchwey addressing Modern Youth League.
Beruriah College League of the School of the Jewish Woman, 3 p. m. “The Jewish Problem in Russia.” Anna Soloveitchik.
Young Israel of Brownsville, Hebrew Educational Society, Sutter and Hopkinson avenues, Brooklyn. Checkov’s “Marriage Proposal,” played by former group of Civic Repertory Theatre. Concert. Proceeds for Matzoh Fund for community needy.
Young Men’s Hebrew Association, 31 West 110th street, 8:30 p. m. Indian Lecture Recital, Princes Watawaso and Young Chief Poolaw.
Jewish Science Society, 150 West Eighty-fifth street, 11 a. m. “The Joy of Achievement,” Rabbi Morris Lichtenstein.
Bait Medrash Hagodel, 556 Seventh avenue at Fortieth street, 8 p. m. “Which Way Shall the American Youth Follow?” Symposium under auspices of the Jewish Honor Legion.
Maimonides Hygienic Association, Hotel Taft Seventh avenue and Fiftieth street. Entertainment and dance. 8 p. m.
Congregation Rodeph Sholom. 7 West Eighty-third street, 10:45 a. m. “The Psychological Problems of the Depression.” Dr. A. A. Brill.
Congregation Emanu-El, Fifth avenue at Sixty-fifth street, 11 a. m. “Are We Ruled by Fate?” Dr. Goldenson.
People’s Forum. 600 West 185th street, 8:30 p. m. “Nazi Propaganda and How to Combat It.” Sidney Kaufman.
Youth Group of the Order Sons of Zion, Bronx Zion Chapter, 55 West Burnside avenue. Address by Dr. Harris J. Levine.
Organization Camp No. 1, Luxor Hotel, 121 West Forty-sixth street. Speaker, Max Perlman, former Grand Master Order Sons of Zion.
Broadcast, WMCA, 10-10:30 p. m. “Good-Will Court.” Judge Jonah Goldstein.
Faith Lodge No. 155 of the Free Sons of Israel. Installation and dance, at clubhouse, 257 West Ninety-third street, 8:30 p. m. First women’s lodge benefit in the East.
Anti-war rally, under auspices of the students of the Jewish Theological Seminary, 122nd street and Broadway, 3 p. m. Address by Jmaes Wechsler.