Sunday, Nov. 26
Temple Emanu-El Student Forum, 1 East 65th Street. State Senator Albert Wald, “Social Legislation in America”. 3 P.M.
Free Synagogue, Carnegie Hall. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, “Are Jews International Gypsies?” 10:45 A.M.
The Jewish Fellowship, Hotel McAlpin, 34th St. and Broadway. Rabbi I. L. Bril, “Berlin vs. Judaism”. 3:30 P.M.
American Student Zionist Federation, Y.W.H.A., 31 West 110th Street. General meeting and discussion. Louis Lipsky, speaker. 8:15 P.M.
Federation of Polish Jews in American, exhibition of illumination work by Arthur Szyk at Brooklyn Museum, 2 P.M.
Joint service church and synagogue at First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn. Rabbi Rudolpf I. Coffee, of California, “Had I Been Born a Christian”. 11 A.M.
Hadoar concert and addresses. City College auditorium, 23rd Street and Lexington Avenue. 8 P.M.
League for Labor Palestine, Hotel Pennsylvania, Prof. Hayim Fineman, Temple University, “Arab Jewish Relations”. 8 P. M.
MONDAY, NOV. 27
Memorial service for late Dr. Jacob Hoschander, at the Jewish Theological Seminary, Broadway and 122nd Street. 8 P.M.
Brooklyn Jewish Center, 667 Eastern Parkway near Brooklyn Avenue. Forum: V. F. Calverton, “Is There Liberty in the Modern World?”
Horizon Club meeting at Hotel May flower. Dr. Albert Brandt, exiled German scientist, “The Situation in Germany Today. 2 P.M.
Tuesday, Nov. 28
Action program for German Jews by leaders of the bar, Hotel Astor dinner meeting. Evening.
Community Church, 550 West 110th Street. Symposium: “Do Jews Thrive on Persecution?” Speakers: Louis I. Newman, Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, Mrs. Sinclair Lewis, John Haynes Holmes and others. Evening.
Dr. David de Sola Pool. “The Spanish Jews in America”. Jewish Theological Seminary, Broadway and 122nd Street. Evening.
Wednesday, Nov. 29
Brooklyn Day. Benef### performance for German Jews at 13th ##giment Armory, Brooklyn. Justice La###sky honorary chairman.
Mass meeting at Cooper Union on recent developments in Germany. Dr. S. Margoshes, of the American Jewish Congress. speaks on recent visit to Germany. Evening.
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