The special mission of the Jewish woman in America is to educate the future generations for Judaism, according to Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, director of the School for the Jewish Woman which is to open on October 15 under the auspices of the New York Chapter of Hadassah. For the most part, states Dr. Rosmarin, the American Jewish woman is not prepared to give her children a background of Jewish affairs because she herself has not been given suitable Jewish educational facilities. It is hoped that the School for the Jewish Woman will supply that need and eventually develop into an Institute of Higher Jewish Learning adapted to the needs of the Jewish Woman. The school which is located at 125 East 85th Street is open to every Jewish woman.
HADASSAH IN CANADA
The Hadassah organization of Canada will open its activities with a dominion-wide membership campaign to enroll every Jewish woman in Canada under the Hadassah banner. The campaign will be under the direction of Mrs. Rose Rady of Winnipeg, dominion chairman of the Hadassah through the national headquarters in Montreal. Of the members enrolled during the drive which will terminate on December 1, one will be chosen to visit Palestine this year as a guest of the Canadian Hadassah.
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
Representatives of the National Council of Jewish Women will attend the annual meeting of the National Council for the Prevention of War, which will be held in Washington, today and tomorrow… Miss Cecilia Razovsky, Field Counsellor of the National Council of Jewish Women, will participate in the program of the annual conference of the National Catholic Charities which will be held in New York City on October 2 and 3. Miss Razovsky will discuss “Citizenship and Family Reconstruction.”
BOROUGH PARK JUNIOR HADASSAH
The Junior Hadassah unit of Borough Park will hold its first general meeting tomorrow night at the Young Israel Synagogue, 1363 – 50th Street.
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