Dr. Joseph Krimsky Heads Dinner Committee of Hebraists on March 27
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Dr. Joseph Krimsky Heads Dinner Committee of Hebraists on March 27

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The Fifth Annual Dinner of the “Hadoar”, the only Hebrew weekly publication in America, will be held at the Astor Hotel on March 27.

On the occasion of its fifth annivery the “Hadoar” will issue a special number of three hundred pages to which Hebrew writers of America, Palestine and Europe are contributing.

Dr. Joseph Krimsky is chairman of the committee arranging the dinner; Dr. George Kohut and Dr. David de Sola Pool, the vice-chairmen; Mrs. P. J. Schweitzer, treasurer and William Z. Spiegelman, secretary.

Members of the Habima troupe will participate in the program.

On the committee are: Joseph Barondess, Nissim Behar, John L. Bernstein, Dr. S. Bernstein, Max Blumberg, Dr. P. Churgin, Herman Conheim, Prof. Israel Davidson, Rabbi N. H. Ebin, Dr. H. G. Enelow, Dr. Moses Einhorn, Jacob Fishman, Dr. S. Ginsburg, Abraham Goldberg, Judge Gustave Hartman, Rabbi S. L. Hurwitz, Louis N. Jaffe, Solomon Lamport, Rabbi Jacob Levensohn, Rabbi I. H. Levinthal, Mrs. Irma Lindheim, Louis Lipsky, Dr. Samuel Margoshes, Prof. Alexander Marx Israel Matz, Emanuel Neuman, Dr. Nathan Ratnoff, Dr. A. J. Rongy, Morris Rottenberg, Dr. M. Soltes, Bernard Semel, Meyer W. Weisgal, Peter Wernick, Benjamin Winter and Dr. Stephen S. Wise.

P. B. Noyes of Oneida, N. Y., President of Oneida Community, Lint., who was attached to the staff of the Peace Conference in Paris following the war, has contributed $1,000 to the United Palestine Appeal through Philip Luria, Chairman of the Appeal for the East Side of New York.

In his letter accompanying the contribution, Mr. Noyes wrote:

“Our talk on Wednesday about affairs in Palestine revived in me the interest which was decidedly keen six or seven years ago when I was attached to the staff of the Peace Conference in Paris. At that time I heard much of this movement through Felix Frankfurter and other President Wilson’s advisors, but since 1919 I have known little of its progress.

“Developments in Palestine as you described them to me seem to assure ultimate success for the project, and my recent visit to Russia and Poland has emphasized the value of that success.”

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