Wednesday, May 16
Alumni Association of University Settlement, meeting; speakers, Jonah J. Goldstein, Jacob S. Elstnger; Eldridge and Rivington streets; evening.
World Fellowship of Faiths, afternoon session; speakers: Rabbi Israel Goldstein, Dr. Charles S. Macfarland, Rev. Cameron Parker Hall, Swami Bodhananda, Mrs. Stella Haddon Alexander, George M. Lamsa, Miss Elsie Kissam Easton, Mrs. Ada Cox Fisher, Prof. Douglas H. Wild; 3 p. m. Evening session, speakers: Sir Francis Younghusband, Bishop Francis J. McConnell, Dr. John L. Elliott; Hotel New Yorker, Eighth avenue and Thirty-fourth street; 8 p. m.
Social Workers’ Discussion Club, debate; “Resolved: That the League of Nations, World Court and Diplomatic Procedure Cannot Avert War”; Clark M. Eichelberger, Clarence A. Hathaway, Roger Baldwin; Town Hall, 123 West Forty-third street; 8:30 p. m.
New York City Branch of the Women’s League of the United Synagogue, lecture; Dr. Solomon Flink, “The Jew in the Changing Economic Environment”; Jewish Theological Seminary, Broadway and 122nd street; 8:20 p. m.
New York Academy of Medicine, section of otolaryngology; speaker: S. Fineman, Wallacs Morrison, Mervin C. Meterson, Charles A. Elsberg, Gerard H. Cox, Ralph Almour, Leo M. Davidoff, B. M. Fried, Herman Rubin, Jay D. Whitham, Joseph G. Gilbert. W. P. Eagleton; Fifth avenue and 103rd street; 8:30 p. m.
New York University Extension School of Adult Education, lecture; Dr. Sidney Hook, “Whither Civilization?”; main building, Washington Square Center; 8 p. m.
West End Zionist District No. 7, theatre party; “Come What May,” Plymouth Theatre, Forty-fifth street west of Broadway; 8:45 p. m.
Women’s Division of Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, meeting of young women’s group; Federation Building, 94 Clinton street; 2 p. m:
Federation of Jewish Women’s Organizations, annual all day sesion; theme, “The Responsibility of Every, Jewish Women’s Organization in the Problems of Today:” speakers, Dr. Solomon Lowenstein, Dr. Sidney Goldstein, Dr. Israel Goldstein; Temple Emanu-El Community House, I East Sixty-fifth street.
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