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protest rally, New York Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism. Mecca Temple, 133 West 55th street, 8 p. m. Principal speaker, Lord Marley.

Town Hall Club, 123 West 43rd street, 12 noon, luncheon, League for industrial Democracy. “The Stuggle in Vienna.” Mary Heaton Vorse, Ludwig Lore, Dr. Harry W. Laidler.

Benefit recital, Pioneer Women’s Organization, Town Hall, 113 West 43rd street, evening.

Reception in honor of Lord Dudley Marley, women’s American ORT, 00 Park avenue, afternoon. Lord Marley and Dr. Henry Moskowitz, speakers.

Zionist Club dinner and dance, Russian Bear Restaurant, 201 Second avenue, evening.

Annual show and dance. Young Israel of Boro Park, Grand Ballroom. Menora Building, 14th avenue and 50th street, Brooklyn, evening.

Twenty-fifth anniversary celebration Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. ‘s of the Bronx, Concourse Plaza Hotel, evening. Honor guests, M. maldwin Fertig, Jacob L. Market.

Pythian Temple, 135 West 70th street, 8 p. m. Installation of Meyer Ellenstein, Mayor of Newark, as honorary member, Stutehiner Young Men’s Benevolent Association.

Package party and dance, benefit of poor east Side Jews, Clinton Hall, 15 Clinton street, evening. Auspices of Chevna Hiath Shoroushet Zolkiew, Joseph klein, chairman.

Sixth annual Purim festival, Federation of Hungarian Zionists, Hotel Pennsylvania, evening.

Second annual dance, Young Folk’s Laague of Crown Heights, 310 Crown street, Brooklyn, evening.

Junjor Sooiety of Young Talmudlsts, 376 East Houston street, 4 p. m. Director Abraham Reiss, “Life of Rabbi Solomon Kluger.”

Baskethall game and dance. Shaari Zedek vs. Brookiyn Y. M. H. A., Kingston avenue and Park place, Brooklyn, 9 p. m.

New Workers’ School, 51 West 14th street, 8 p. m., “Rivera as Storm Center,” Bertram D. Wolfe.


Annual meeing, Jewish Welfare Board,92nd Street Y. M. H. A.; all day. Judge Irving Lehman, Dr. Cyrus Adler, speakers.

Church of the Air program. Station WABC, 1 to 10:30 A. M. and 1 to 1:30 P. M. Rabbi william F. Rosenblum. Rev. Albert S. McCartey, speackers.

Congregational dinner of welcome to Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Goldenson, isaac M. Wise Memorial Hall, Temple Emanu-el, fith avenue and 65th street, evening.

Annual dinner, Chevrah Torah. Congregation Shaare Torah of Flatbush 2252 Bedford avenue, Brooklyn, evening.

Tenth anniversary banquet, Emanuel synagogue and Talmud Torah of Bronx. Imperial Gerdens, 1209 Colgate avenue, Bronx, evening.

Free Synagogue, 40 Wesh 68th street, morning. Annual Purim celebration of school, presentation of play, “Not New But Ever True.” and cholr singing. Address by Dr. Stephen S. Wiso.

Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 West 83rd street, 10:30 A. M. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner, “Is the World Going Fascist?”

Teachers’ Conference, Union of American hebrew Congregations, Rodeph Sholom, 7 West 83rd street, 3 P. M. Rabbi Barnett R. Breikner, “Jewish Ceremonies and Customs.”

Reception and tea, Menorah Graduate Society of New York London Terrace Pent-House, 470 West, 24th street, 4 P. M. Libby Benedict, Talk on Palestine and Germany.

Finals in National Oratorical Contest of Jewish Centers, sponsored by Jewish Welfare Board, Y. M. H., 92ad street and Lexington avenue, 8:30 P. M. Isaac siegel will preside; judges, Louts Kraft, Dr. Jacob A. Greenberg, Charles A. Cowen.

Rievera Hall, New Workers’ School, Inving Place, 15th street, 8 P. M Sidney Hook, “Communism without dogmas.”

Jewish Club, 23 West 73rd street, evening. Address by Maurice Samuel on agricultural life of the Jewish Homeland.

Temple Emanu-el student forum, 1 East 65th streat, 3 P. M. Raymond Moley, “True and False Nationalism.”

Jewish Youth Guild, 41 West 86th street, 8 P. M. Harry W. Laidler, “Industrial Feudalism vs. Industrial Democracy.”

Jewish Fellowship, Hotel McAlpin, 3:30 P. M. Rabbi I, Brill, “Haman-Hitler -Jewish Defeatism or Jewish Courage.”

Congregation Emanll-El, 65th street and Fifth avenue, morning Address to Jumlor Society by Jacob S. Hanheimer. “Why Should We Continue to Celebrate Purim?”

Trumpeldor Memorial meeting arranged by Revisionist and Birth Trumpelder organizations, at HIAS, 425 Lafayette street, 8 P. M. discussion on free immigration; speakers, Jacob de Haas, Elias Ginsberg, Joseph Beder.

Second of Series of mass meeings to boycott German goods, joint auspices Non-Sectarian Rights and local committee of Christian and Jewish organizations, Jewish Center Academy, 1295 Far Rockaway avenue, evening.

Film and Photo League, 12 East 17th street, 3:30 P. M. symposium on “The Future of the Film,” speakers, Nathan Adler, Meyer Schapiro and others.

Conference of Polish Jewish organizations to organize under auspices of Fedcration, Hotel Sherman.

Mt. Neboh Temple, 130 West 79th street; Memorial services for deceased members of Police Department, 3:30 P. M. Chaplain Isidore Frank officiating.

Free Synagogue, kCarnegie Hall; Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. ” ‘Murder-made in Germany’-What of Austria”?; 10:45 a. m.

Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 West 83rd street; Rabbi Barnett R. Brickper of Euclid Avenue Temple, Cleveland; “Is the World Going Socialist or Fasoist?”; 10:30 a. m.

Society of Jewish Science, 150 West 85th steet; Rabbi Morris Lichtonstein, “Extreme Characters”; 11 a. m.

Congregation B’nal Jeshurun, 257 West 83th street; Rabbi Israel Goldstein, “sinclair Lewis’ ‘Work of Art'”; 10:45 a. m.


A speech and the customary Sabbath Eve services marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Sinai Temple, Stebbins avenue and 163d steet, Bronx. “What is most significant in connetion with our our fiftieth anniversary, which is the jubilee of the first synagogue in the Bronx devoted to modern Judaism, said Rabbi Herman W. Saville, is the fact that children of the founders are taking an active interest in our Temple life.”


Many prominent stage and radio stars will entertain at the supper-dance sponsored by the Junier Federation at the Plaza, March 3. Proceeds will go to the Federation for the support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies.

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