(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Polish manufacturers will send exhibits to the Palestine Near East Exhibition and Fair arranged in Tel Aviv by the Judea Industrial Corporation.
Arrangements to this effect were made by the Palestine-Poland Chamber of Commerce. It was also learned that the Polish Ministry of Commerce intends to establish a special Polish pavilion at the fair.
The Women’s Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America has just issued a pamphlet on “The Sabbath,” by Miss Beatrice S. Genn. This is the first of a series on the various phases of the Jewish religion which the Women’s Branch is planning to publish under the title of “The Jewish Home Series.” The aim of these pamphlets is to enlighten the mothers so that they, in turn, may be able to enlighten their children, it was stated. This series will cover the following subjects: The Sabbath, Miss Beatrice S. Genn; The Major Festivals on the Jewish Calendar, Mrs. Jacob A. Dolgenas; The Minor Festivals on the Jewish Calendar, Miss Hadassah Levine; The Jewish Fast Days, Mrs. Joseph H. Lookstein; Symbols and Ceremonies of the Jewish Home; Symbols and Rites of the Synagogue, Mrs. Herbert S. Goldstein; Dietary Laws, Mrs. Bernard Revel; The Bible, Mrs. David de Sola Pool; The Training of Our Children, Mrs. Leo Jung; and Jewish Family Life.
A conference, attended by presidents of Orthodox congregations in New York City will be held October 12th, at the Jewish Center, 131 West 86th Street, New York, to prepare the program for the cornerstone laying of the Yeshiva of America, according to an announcement by Harris L. Selig, Executive Director of the Yeshiva College Building Fund. The program for the cornerstone laying which will be held December 5th, will be arranged by New York Congregations, and it is expected, will be attended by leading Jews and American scholars from all parts of the country. Gedalia Bublick, editor of the “Jewish Daily News,” is chairman of the Congregations Committee.
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