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Women’s News

July 1, 1934
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Miss Cecilia Razovsky field counsellor of the National Council of Jewish Women, will be the featured speaker on the Women’s Radio Review for July 9 on a nationwide hookup over Station WEAF. She will discuss the gleanings of her unique experience with refugee problems and in the immigration field.


The Chicago Hadassah announces the election of the following officers to serve for the coming year: Mmes. Harry Berkman. president; S. H. Soboroff, H. M. Fisher, J. Lebovitz, vice-presidents; M. Silberman, financial secretary; J. Olshan, recording secretary; S. A. Goldsmith, corresponding secretary; M. Maremont, treasurer; A. E. Rubenstein, vice-chairman of tithe; C. M. Halperin, treasurer of tithe; H. B. Weil, recorder of tithe; Pearl Franklin, honorary president; B. Davis and J. Rissman, honorary vice-presidents.


Miss Ziona Carmi has received the highest rating in her class in oral hygiene at the Murry Guggenheim Dental Clinic here, it was announced by Hadassah, which granted Miss Carmi a year’s leave of absence from its clinic in Palestine for study. Before coming to New York she was dental hygienist in the Hadassah Straus Health Center in Jerusalem. She is here to study advanced methods in her field in order to introduce them to her native country, when she returns next February.


The Richmond Hill Section of the National Council of Jewish Women plans a varied and extensive program for the coming season. This group, which works under the able leadership of Mrs. William W. Mandelbaum, is not only going to support the city effectively in the Welfare Island project, but will also form peace study committees, classes in Jewish history, citizenship and social service work, giving each member opportunity to serve in some way the interests of the community.

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