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December 10, 1971 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-10

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Giusbeirg„Eleeted JDC ehainuaw, -$24- 944)000 Budget Adopted- for 1972
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NEW YORK—A budget of $24,- at its 57th -annual
Asia an d other countries and in Ish population of about

was adopted for 1972 by -meeting _held-here
the Joint Distribution Committee Wednesday, to.ck•
fiance• a bibs
range of health
welfare, rehabili-
IF YOU TURN THE
tation, education-
al and cultural,
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
and religious pro-_:;:z
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
grams on behalf,:k
of over 315,000
Jews in distress
in some 25 coun-
Milan Winorion. Ontreif, Mick.
Ginsberg
tries. Mr. Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg chaired the
meeting.
p
Ap roximately 400 Jewish com-
munity leaders from the United
Happy
States and Canada meeting at the
New York Hilton Hotel elected
Hanuka!
Edward Ginsberg of Cleveland,
chairman. Mrs. Ginsberg, who be-
came the fifth chairman in the
57-year history of the JDC, suc-
ceeds Louis Broido.
PEST CONTROL
Jack D. Weiler was re-elected
SERVICE, INC.
chairman of the National Council
for a sixth one year term and also
062.8200
vice-chairman of the JDC. Judge
&mislays: 5574505
Nochem S. Winnet of Philadelphia
E. John Klein and Family
was re-elected vice-chairman of
the national council.
Reporting on JDC programs for
1971, Samuel L. Haber, executive
Venzco ELECTRONIC vice-chairman, disclosed that JDC
will have spent $23,527,000 by the
- OPENER
end of 1971 aiding some 311,000
GARAGE DOOR
Jews in Israel, in Eastern and
Western Europe, in North Africa,

strengthening Jewish communal JDC prollams accounted
_
services. .
per cent of the yp- aeg expenditures
Ahoot 40 per cent of the 1971 and aided some 43,000 needy' Jews.
expenditures went for a variety of
programs aiding some 97,000 peo- When speculation has done its
ple in Israel. In North Africa and worst, two and two still make four.
Irantenclt _have a co- pi:tined-Jew- •,.Samuel Jo

A-OK

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glassman & Family

and the entire staff of

LDSWOBILE INC.

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His Excellency

SHIMON PERES
MIRIAM & SAMUEL

WILL AWARD THE PRIME MINISTER'S MEDAL TO

ISRAEL BOND DINNER
Wednesday, December 15, 1971 — 7:00 p.m.
Grand Ballroom, Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel

at the Reform Federation

Couvert: $11 per person
Cocktail Reception from 6:30 p.m.

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