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Bulletin Calendar of Events

May 16, 1934
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Metropolitan League of Jewish Community Associations, eighth annual convention; speakers, Commissioner William Hodson, “The New Responsibilities Confronting the Leisure-Time Agencies”; Dr. Alfons Goldschmidt, “The Social Background of the Leisure-Time Program”; Young Men’s Hebrew Association, Lexington avenue and Ninety-second street; evening.

Women’s Division American Jewish Congress, three rallies; speakers, Carrie Chapman Catt, Mary Beard, Everett Clinchy; home of Adolph Lewisohn, 881 Fifth avenue; afternoon.

Williamsburgh Division: speakers, L. Sinfeld, Dr. Louis I. Newman, Bernard Austin; Eastern District High School, Marcy avenue, Brooklyn; evening.

Rally: speakers, Dr. Frederick B. Robinson, Dr. Eugene A. Colligan, Professor Horace M. Kallen, Louis S. Posner, Dr. William A. Boylan, Sol M. Stroock, Charles A. Tuttle; New School for Social Research. 66 West Twelfth street; evening.

Foreign Affairs Forum broadcast, Morris Margulies, “The Jewish Viewpoint on the Palestinian Situation;” Station WBNX; 9:45 p. m.

World Fellowship of Faiths, afternoon session, theme, “Nationalism and Internationalism;” speakers, Bernard S. Deutsch, Norman Hapgood, John Daniels, Rabbi Morton Berman, Theodore Heline, Barbara Young, 3 p. m.; evening session, theme, “Personal and World Spiritual Recovery;” speakers, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, R. R. Wright, Jr., Shyama Shankar; 8 p. m., Hotel New Yorker, Eighth avenue and Thirty-fourth street.

Hebrew Technical Institute, alumni at home night; Stuyvesant and East Ninth streets; 8 p. m.

Building Committee of Concourse Jewish Center, conference: Congregation Hope of Israel, 876 Gerard avenue, Bronx; 8:30 p. m.

Mothers’ Association of the West End Synagogue, bridge; Schrafft’s Broadway and Seventy-fourth street: 2 p. m.

Men’s Club of Temple Ahavath Sholom, ladies’ night: Avenue 3 and East Sixteenth street: 8:30 p. m.

West Side Masonic Chapter, lecture; Leo Wolfson, “The Zionist Scene”; home of Mr. Wolfson, 315 West Ninety-seventh street; evening.

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