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News Brief

April 16, 1934
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Irving Fineman, author of “Hear, Ye Sons,” and Dr. Adele Bildersee, lean of women at Brooklyn College, will be principal speaker at the Youth Conference to be held April 22 at the Temple Israel Meeting House here. The meeting ## sponsored by the New England Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and the Northeast Religious Union of American Hebrew Congregations, as part of their youth work program.

The purpose of the conference is to consider the problem of Jewish youth adjustment to community environment and to study possible avenues of such adjustment.

Following a youth service at Temple Israel, during which Rabbi Harry Levi will speak on “You Young People,” an afternoon session will be held. Dr. Bilderslee will discuss “Jewish Youth and the Jewish Community,” and Mr. Fineman, who is professor of literature at Bennington College, Vermont, will speak on “What Good is the Past?” Mack Rab, a student at Harvard Law School, will be chairman of the afternoon.

In the evening session, a panel under the leadership of Reuben L. Lurie will discuss “Avenues of Adjustment.” Speakers and their topics will be: William Blatt, Jewish culture; Judge Francis S. Wyner, nationalism; Matthew Porosky, social set-up; Mrs. Israel Kazis, Jewish education, and Rabbi Beryl D. Cohen, synagogue.

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