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The sisterhood of the Park Avenue Synagogue will conduct its annual three-day bazaar and restaurant in the vestry rooms of the temple, 50 East Eighty-Seventh street, beginning next Saturday evening and continuing through Monday evening, December 3.

The proceeds of this affair will be used for the benefit of the many charitable organizations this congregation helps to support. Mrs. Maurice M. Berger is chairman of the bazaar committee. She is assisted by Mrs. Jules Mandel and Mrs. L. I. Weinberger.


Under the auspices of the young men’s and women’s division of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, a dance will be held Thanksgiving night at the Commodore. The ballroom will be transformed into a village of colonial New England for the occasion.

Some of those interested in the success of this affair are Mrs. Irving F. Krause, Miss Ruth Oppenheimer, Mrs. Albert Foreman, Miss Natalie Lamport, Miss Edna L. Bernstein, Mrs. Irvin Lubetkin and Miss Adela I. Springer.


The Woodhaven chapter of Hadassah has installed its new officers. The group is now under the leadership of Mrs. Jean Levine, president; Mrs. Shirley Vare, vice-president; Mrs. Frances Schwab, second vice-president; Mrs. Flora Gallatin, corresponding secretary; Miss Miriam Reiner, recording secretary; Mrs. Ann Mason, financial secretary; and Mrs. Florence Lentchner, treasurer.


The Misses Edith Friedman and Miriam Rifkin of Junior Hadassah of Jamaica are busy completing the arrangements for a package party to be held Wednesday. Guests are cordially invited.


The vacation camp and dormitory auxiliary of the New York Guild for the Jewish Blind plans, in conjunction with members of the junior league of the organization, a dinner dance and entertainment to be given on Thanksgiving Eve at the Hotel Plaza. A record attendance is expected as this particular charity is one to enlist the sympathies of all New York.


A benefit for the Ella Fohs Camp for undernourished children will take place on Monday night at the Mansfield Theatre. A comedy, “Page Miss Glory,” will be presented. Tickets for the performance are available through Mrs. Arthur Strauss, 1111 Park avenue, New York.


Mrs. Morris Aron is president of the Crippled Children’s After-Care, Inc., and is sponsoring a luncheon and bridge at the Ritz-Carlton on December 5 for the benefit of this very important organization. The subscription for the affair is three dollars. Reservations can be made through Mrs. Aron, 12 East Eighty-sixth street Other officers of the group are: Mrs. I. Regensburg, honorary president; Mrs. S. Gutfreund, Mrs. S. Goldsmith, Mrs. S. Lewald vice-presidents; Mrs. M. G. Manischewitz, treasurer.


“Anything Goes,” a new musical comedy, is to be given the night of November 27 at the Alvin Theatre to further the work of the Community Workers’ Auxiliary for the Blind. The affair promises to be an outstanding one in the social-charitable life of our city. The arrangements for the party are in the hands of Mmes. Otto Marx, chairman; Henry March, Sidney Bacharach, co-chairmen; Leonard H. Bernheim, Arthur K. Harris, Frederick M. Heimerdinger, Arthur M. Hess, Carl M. Loeb, Benno Rosenwald, and Samuel Stroock.

The Misses Dorothy Lissberger, Audrey A. Marx and Helene Salomon, co-chairmen of the junior committee for the benefit performance, have enlisted the support of an imposing group of junior patronesses.


Justice Samuel D. Levy of the Domestic Relations Court, chairman of the New York committee of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, announces that Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson will formally open the new bargain shop at 1246 Third avenue of the women’s division of the hospital on Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock.


On Monday the West Side division of Ivriah will have an “Afternoon on the Drama” at the Rutgers Club, 314 West Ninety-first street. Mrs. Clara L. Ostriker will address the group on the subject: “The Current Theatre—Thoughts and Fancies.”


On Tuesday afternoon a large executive meeting of Ivriah will take place at the Federation Building. Dr. H. Pereira Mendes will address this group on a matter of Jewish educational importance.


This Sunday has been set aside as “Membership Day” by the Bensonhurst units of Junior Hadassah. There has been enthusiastic response on the part of the Jewish girls of the community.

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