The Dramart of the Washington Heights Y.M.H.A., 178th Street and Ft. Washington Ave., will present Ansky’s “The Dybbuk”, Saturday and Sunday evenings under the direction of Monroe B. Hack. The leading role will be played by Faye Zeichik Schenk.
Twenty-six of the thirty-four seniors admitted to the Hunter College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa are Jewish, as are three of the four Juniors also elected, it was announced yesterday.
Mrs. Sidney C. Borg, chairman of the women’s division of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies will discuss the program of the Lecture Group, Monday afternoon at a tea for members, at the home of Mrs. Isadore Goldstein, 275 Central Park West.
The Corona Junior Hadassah has completed plans for its final affair of the season, a June dance, June 1, at the Hotel Great Northern.
The date and place of forthcoming twenty-sixth annual convention of the Order Sons of Zion will be decided at a meeting tonight of the executive committee of the Order at headquarters, 1123 Broadway.
M. Maldwin Fertig, president of the Metropolitan League of Jewish Community Associations, announced yesterday the establishment, of a new camp for boys under the auspices of the League at Lake Tiorati, Palisades Interstate Park.
Dr. Simon Miller has been installed as president of the Federation of Hungarian Zionists following his reelection to that office recently. Other officers installed include: Max Lobl and Bernard Scherf, vice-presidents; Samuel B. Ohlbaum, executive chairman, and Louis Grossman, general secretary.
The following officers of the Synagogue Council of America have been elected: Dr. Samuel Schulman, chairman; Dr. Elias Margolis, Dr. David De Sola Pool, vice-chairmen; Ben Altheimer, treasurer; Morris Eugelman, honorary secretary; Rabbi Nathan Perilman, acting secretary.