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Saturday, August 18
Lewisohn Stadium concerts, opera, “Faust”; conductor, Alexander Smallens; Amsterdam avenue and 138th street; 8 p. m.
Symposium; Anti-Nazi Federation, Frumkins Villa, Surf avenue and Beach Rorty-seventh street, Seagate, 8:30 p. m.
Broadcast: eleventh annual convention Junior Hadassah. Miss Celia B. Slohm, “Does Youth Feel Secure?” Station WEVD, 3:45 p. m.
Sunday, August 19
Lewisohn Stadium concerts; Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Brahms; “Russland and Ludmilla” Overture, Glinka; Caucasian Sketches, Ippolitoff – Ivanoff; Wienerblut Waltz, J. Strauss; “1812” Overture, Tchaikowsky; Amsterdam avenue and 138th street; 8:30 p. m.
Junior Hadassah, opening of eleventh annual convention; speakers: Edith Schild, Rose Ravid, Thelma Goldfarb, Betty Braverman, Leo Reichel, Dr. Israel Goldstein, Celia B. Slohm. Helen Seff, Gertrude Jacobi, Shulamith Cantor, Esther Levy, Lotta Levensohn; Hotel New Yorker, Eighth avenue and Thirty-fourth street; 9:30 a. m.
Radio symposium, “The Mental and Economic State of Germany;” Dr. Frank-wood Williams, Dr. Harry W. Laidler; Station WEVD; 10 p. m.
Jewish War Veterans of the United States, unveiling of war memorial; speaker, Louis Lande; Arverne Plaza, Arverne, L. I., afternoon.
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