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More than twenty-two organizations, Jewish and non-Jewish, have offered their cooperation to the American Jewish Congress and the American Federation of Labor in the presentation of ???The Case of Civilization against Hitler,??? on Wennesday evening, March 7, at Madison Square Garden.

They are American Civil Liberties Union, Avukah, Fedration of Palestine Jews, Fellowship of Faiths, Friends of German Democracy, German Workmen???s Club, German Workers??? Club, Jewish Legion, Jewish National Workers??? Alliance, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Junior Hadassah, National Committee to aid Victime of German Fascism, National Committee of Nature Friends, Order Sone of Zion, Teachers??? Union, Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, women???s branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregatins of America, Women???s International League for Peace and Freedom, Women???s Association of the American Jewish Congress, Young Judea, Zionist Revisinists and Young Poale Zion Alliance.


Out of respect to the memory of Dr. Hyman G. Enelow, Temple Emanu-El is observing four weeks of mourning. The scheduled meeting of the New York section of the National Council of Jewish Women this afternoon has been called off.

“We have joined the Temple in paying deference to the memory of Dr. Enelow,” said Sara X. Schottenfels, secretary of the organization.

The meeting will be held in April.

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