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The 200 units of Junior Hadassah will devote the months of April, May and June to fund-raising for their Palestinian projects, it was announced yesterday. These are a model children’s village at Meier Shfeyah; an orange grove at Pardess Anna used to train boys and girls in citrus farming, and the Hadassah Nurses’ Training School in Jerusalem.

Eighteen of the twenty-nine girls elected to the student council at Hunter College are Jewish.

A drive to solicit thousands of employees of shops, factories, stores and commercial establishments in Manhattan as well as in Brooklyn on behalf of the 1935 spring campaign for $543,500 of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities will be launched at a dinner-meeting tonight at the Unity Club, Bedford avenue and Dean street, Brooklyn.

A special program for use among Jewish boy scouts during the Passover holiday has been issued by the National Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs and the Young People’s League of the United Synagogue of America, according to an announcement by Theodore Charnas, president of the Federation.

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