The tenth annual benefit for the Shoe Brace and Limb Fund for Crippled Children will be presented at the Alvin Theatre next Sunday.
The performance is being staged under the direction of Arnold Reuben, the well known restaurateur, who personally makes all the arrangements each year for this charity entertainment, enlisting the services of stars appearing in Broadway productions, vaudeville, luminaries of the radio, and screen stars who are stopping in New York.
Stars scheduled to appear are: Sophie Tucker, Jimmy Durante, Beatrice Lillie, Gladys Baxter, Jay C. Flippen, Ed Sullivan, Eugene and Willie Howard, Yacht Club Boys, Ruby Barth, Ethel Levy, Gregory Hatoff, Music Hall Ballet, Phil Baker, Ethel Merman, Bob Hope, William Gaxton, Victor Moore, De Marcos, Block and Sully, Helen Arnold, Lou Holtz, Little Johnny and the foursome from “Anything Goes,” Sophie Breslau, Jack Pearl and Cliff Hall, Paul Whiteman and the Roxyettes.
The first Jewish religious services in Galveston, Texas were held at the home of Isadore Dyer in 1856.
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