CHICAGO (Jul. 18)
Public Memorial Services commemorating the 28th Anniversary of the death of Theodore Herzl, founder of political Zionism will be observed by the Zionist Organization of Chicago and affiliated groups on the evening of July 24th.
A mass meeting will be held in the McVickers Theatre, which will be addressed by leaders of the movement in this city and suitable memorial prayers will be chanted.
Jacob M. Braude is President of the Zionist Organization of Chicago, and Max Shulman, chairman of the committee on arrangements for the memorial evening.
Cantor Joseph Giblichman of the South Side Hebrew Congregation has arranged several special chants which he will offer at the memorial meeting.
Chicago delegates to the Zionist Convention recently concluded in Philadelphia will present their reports to the Organization at a meeting to be held Monday evening.