Members of all the New York chapters of Junior Hadassah are selling time at “three cents a second” in a novel campaign to raise funds for three projects which have their support: the Children’s Village, Pardess Anna and the Nurses’ Training School.
The goal is to sell each of the 43,200 seconds of a twenty-four hour day. Each buyer will have his name listed and some time in May a clock will be wound up and permitted to run itself out. The person’s name listed next to the hour, minute and second at which the clock stops will be given a prize of $25.
Miss Lillian Glass is chairman of the campaign. Miss Leah Weisberger is chairman of the region.
Mrs. Leonard B. Schloss of Washington represented the National Council of Jewish Women at the World Court hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The West Side division of Ivriah, meeting at the Rutgers Club on Monday afternoon, will hear a talk by Herman Bernstein, editor of the Jewish Daily Bulletin, on “My Interviews with Celebrities on the Jewish Question.” There will also be a talk by Leo Schwarz on “Judaism in the Machine Age.”
Officers of the newly organized Washington Heights group of the Women’s Division of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League to Champion Human Rights are Mrs. Harris J. Levine, acting chairman; Mrs. Sonia Sohn, Mrs. Max Komac and Mrs. Rose Rudich, vice-presidents; Mrs. Claire Kauffman, treasurer and Mrs. Muriel Finkelstein, secretary.
CONSUMPTIVES RELIEF GROUP
The New York ladies’ auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptives’ Relief Society of Denver, will hold an annual luncheon and fashion show at the Hotel Astor on April 10. Mrs. L. H. Garland is chairman of the luncheon. Mrs. Mark Harris is president of the organization.
ALSTAT TO SPEAK
Rabbi Philip R. Alstat will talk on “Liberty—Its Ebb and Tide” on a program to be broadcast over station WINS on Thursday at 2:45 o’clock in the afternoon, under the auspices of the Women’s League of the United Synagogue of American. Passover music will be given during the broadcast.