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Bulletin Calendar of Events

October 26, 1934
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Friday, October 26

New School for Social Research, 66 West Twelfth street; “The European Novel,” Joseph Wood Krutch; 8:20 p. m.; “Race and Civilization,” Bernhard J. Stern; 8:20 p. m.

American Youth Congress, symposium; Central Opera House, Eighty-seventh street and Third avenue; “Building a United Youth Movement,” Miss Elizabeth Road, Max Weiss, August Tyler and Manlio D. de Angelis.

Young Israel of Bronx Gardens, 1205 Ward avenue; Samuel R. Feinberg “Chassidic Movement”; 8:30 p. m.

Saturday, October 27

Young Israel of Manhattan, dance; Hotel Victoria, Fifty-first street and Seventh avenue; evening.

Annual Fall dance of the Young Folks League of Crown Heights; Crown Heights Temple, Crown street and Nostrand avenue, Brooklyn; evening.

Annual reunion and dance of the Horowitz-Margareten Family Association; Community Center, 220 West Eighty-ninth street; evening.

Boro Park Chapter of the Women’s Mizrachi Organization, bridge; Young Israel Building, 1363 Fiftieth street, Brooklyn; evening.

Manhattan Post No. 1 of the Jewish War Veterans. thirty-first anniversary celebration, dinner and dance; Hotel Lismore; evening.

Young Men’s Hebrew Association, Ninety-second street and Lexington avenue; inauguration of musical programs; 8:30 p. m.

Dinner of the American Jewish Physicians Committee: Waldorf-Astoria, Park avenue and Forty-ninth street; 7 p. m.

Rand School of Social Science, 7 East Fifteenth street: “The American Federation of Labor Convention,” B. C. Vladeck, Frances Gorman and George Meaney; 1:30 p. m.

School of Philosophy, Steinway Hall, 113 West Fifty-seventh street; “Critique of Pure Reason.” Max Fishler; 9 p. m. “Lermontov,” Prof. Ernest P. Horwitz; 8 p. m.


Temple Adath Israel, Grand Concourse at 169th street; Rabbi Henry A. Schorr, “Life’s Illuminations”; 8 p. m.

Bronx Y. M. and Y. W. H. A., 171st street and Fulton avenue; Rabbi Solomon Reichman; 6 p. m.

Sinai Congregation of the Bronx, 951 Stebbins avenue; Rabbi Herman W. Saville, “Jews and Crime”; 8:15 p. m.

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