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Junior Hadassah, the young women’s Zionist organization of America, will open its tenth annual convention in Chicago, at the Palmer House today. Delegates from every part of the United States will discuss the problems of membership, fund-raising and cultural work confronting the 175 units of Junior Hadassah, and will plan a program for the coming year at the three days’ sessions. Miss Esther Brill of Chicago is the convention chairman. The banquet tomorrow evening will be addressed by Professor Sachar of the University of Illinois.

In America, Junior Hadassah has distinguished itself in many ways during the past year. The organization shows an. increase in membership and continued progress in its cultural work. Ten Cultural Fellowship Keys will be awarded at the Cultural session tomorrow afternoon.


The Women’s League of the United Synagogue has addressed a protest to the Houghton Mifflin Company against the publication of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf”. A strong appeal was made to the publishing house not to allow such propaganda as is contained in the volume to appear in this country.


An all-day fete is to be given at the Beach Point Club, Oriental Point, Mamaroneck, N. Y., for the benefit of the Ella Fohs Camp of the New York section of the National Council of Jewish Women, tomorrow. The camp for undernourished children is located at New Milford, Conn., and accomodates 300 children.

A feature of the entertainment will be a fashion show given through the courtesy of Bergdorf-Goodman.

###tional Council of Jewish Women sent a telegram to General Hugh S. Johnson, urging the exclusion in the Newspaper and Publisher’s Code of the employment of children under 14 years of age.

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