Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities

  • Lists Activities for Women of Brooklyn Unit

    Mrs. Nathan L. Goldstein, newly elected president of the women’s division of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, yesterday announced the activities the group will undertake during the coming year. The program, Mrs. Goldstein declared, will engage the efforts of hundreds of women in the borough. Board members of constituent agencies of the Federation, as… More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Tuesday, February 19 Temple Ansche Chesed, 100th street and West End avenue, 8:30 p. m. “Social Justice and Private Enterprise,” Merryle Stanley Rukeyser. Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Broadway and 122nd street, 8:30 p. m. “When the Jews First Came to Germany,” Dr. Solomon Grazel. Meeting of the Ridgewood Division of Ivriah, at the home… More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Saturday, February 16 Testimonial luncheon in honor of Morris E. Sigel in appreciation of his services in behalf of youth and adult education. Hotel Pennsylvania, Seventh avenue and Thirty-fourth street, 1 p.m. Meeting of the Youth Groups of the Pioneer Women’s Organization; Jewish Teacher’s Seminary, 427 Lafayette street; 3 p. m. Tea of the American… More ▸

  • 1,500 Expected at Dinner Here for Beth Moses

    The twentieth anniversary of the establishment of Beth Moses Hospital will be observed Sunday night at a dinner at the Hotel St. George, which is expected to be attended by 1,500. Reservations in excess of 1,000 had been received up to Friday night. Harry Levy, chairman of the program, has arranged for the appearance of… More ▸

  • Federation Ball Attracts 1,400

    Fourteen hundred young people of Manhattan and Brooklyn, representing “a cross-section of the socially conscious youth of the Greater City,” were to attend the sixth annual charity ball of the Junior Federation of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities at the Hotel Plaza Saturday night. Announcement of the turnout expected at the ball, proceeds of… More ▸

  • Federation Juniors Smoker Tonight

    As a preliminary event to the annual dance of the Junior Federation, Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, a smoker will be held tonight at the Unity Club, Bedford avenue and Dean street. It will be the last informal event before the formal dance, to be held at the Hotel Plaza on Saturday evening, February 16…. More ▸

  • Federation Marks 25th Year, Re-elects Judge May President

    Supreme Court Justice Mitchell May, president of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities since 1932, was unanimously reelected yesterday for a fourth term at the annual meeting of the Federation at Union Temple, 7 Eastern Parkway. The meeting marked the completion of twenty-five years of service to the Brooklyn Jewish community. Mrs. Nathan L. Goldstein… More ▸

  • Ingersoll Will Speak at Educational Group Fete

    Borough President Raymond V. Ingersoll, Judge James C. Cropsey and Frank L. Weil will be the principal speakers Sunday at the thirty-fifth anniversary celebration of the Brooklyn Hebrew Education Society. The meeting will mark the conclusion of a week of festivity in which every department of the organization, which is the neighborhood center of the… More ▸

  • Federation Will Mark 25 Years of Service Here

    The Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities will celebrate the completion of twenty-five years of service to the community Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the annual meeting of the Federation at Union Temple, 7 Eastern Parkway. Supreme Court Justice Mitchell May, who has served the Federation as president for three consecutive terms, is slated for… More ▸

  • Judges Lend Hand in Federation Ball

    We never make demands upon our readers. But—patronizing our advertisers does help us considerably. Supreme Court Justice Mitchell May, County Judge Algeron I. Nova and City Court Justice Alexander H. Geismar have bought tickets to the sixth annual charity ball of the Junior Federation of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, to be given February… More ▸