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Bulletin Calendar of Events

April 11, 1934
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Schola Cantorum. New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra, American premiere, “Avodath Hakodesh”, Ernest Bloch conducting Carnegie Hall, Seventh avenue at Fifty-seventh street, 8:30 p. m.

Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, Women’s Division, luncheon, speaker, Mayor F. H. LaGuardia, Hotel St. George, 51 Clark street; 13:30 p. m.

President McKinley Square section of American Jewish Congress, mass meeting, protest againt Nazi persecution in Germany, Temple Kehillath Israel, 1600 Crotona Park East, Bronx, 8 p. m.

Men’s Association, Congregation Rodeph Sholem, Julius C. Gluck, “The Condition of Minorities in New York”, 7 West Eighty-third street; 8:15 p. m.

Community Church, symposium, John Haynes Holmes, Anita Block, John Wexley, Walter Hart, William Soskin, “Has Propaganda a Place in the Theatre?”, 550 West 110 street; 8:15 p. m.

Bronx Forum. Dr. Alfred Adler, “Dangerous Corners in Human Progress”, Temple Adath Israel, Grand Concourse at 169 street; 8:30 p. m.

Radiotorial Board of “The Nation”, broadcast, Dr. Israel Goldstein, “The New Deal for the Immigrant”, Station WEVD; 8 p. m.

New School for Social Research, Charles Obermeyer, “Zola”, 5:20; Carl Van Doren, “English Literature–Darwin and the Darwinians”; David M. Levy, “Case Studies in Behavior Problems”; Johaunes von Hornbostel, “The Theory of Relativity”; Fritz Wittels, “Crime and Psychoanalysis”; Charles Seeger, “Art Music”; Ralph M. Pearson, “Experiencing Pictures”; 66 West Twelfth street; 8:20 p. m.

Forum of the Jewish Center. Miss Pearl Bernstein, “City Hall Since January 1”; 131 West Eighty-sixth street; 8:30 p. m.

Young Men’s Hebrew Association, Senior League Forum. Rabbi H. M. Rosenthal, “Discrimination”. Lexington avenue at Ninety-second street; evening.

Sisterhood of the Forest Hills Jewish Center, luncheon, Hotel Franconia, 20 West Seventy-second street; 1 p. m.

Rehoboth Lodge 33 of B’nai B’rith, induction ceremonies, 1555 McCombs road, the Bronx; evening.

Physicians’ Wives’ League, meeting, Dr. Louis I. Herris, Dr. Joseph Slavit, “Socialized Medicine.” Hotel Astor, Broadway at Forty-fifth street; 2 p. m.

Youth Division of the Religious Reconstruction Funds Committee, initial meeting. West Side Institutional Synagogue. 148 West Eighty-fifth street; 8 p. m.

Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Chinese dinner and card party, Muns Garden, 170 street and Jerome avenue; evening.

Griffith Hughes Memorial oratorical contest, final round, Washington Square College, New York University; 12 m.

Jewish Graduate Club of Columbia University, meeting, speaker, Vincent Burns, Philosophy Hall, Columbia campus; 8:30 p. m.

Reception to Mrs. Goldie Myerson, by Pioneer Women’s Organization; Central Plaza, 11 Second avenue, 8:30 p. m.

Young Women’s Hebrew Association, song recital, Seraphima Strelova, Nicholas September, 31 West 110th street, 8:30 p. m.

The Jewish Guild of the Bronx, open meeting and reception, Paradise Manor, Jerome and Mt. Eden avenues; evening.

Society for Advancement of Literature and Art, lecture, Dr. Wolf Adler, “Is Religion a Menace to Mankind?” 88 South Seventh avenue, Sheridan Square; 9 p. m.

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