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Giusbeirg„Eleeted JDC ehainuaw, -$24- 944)000 Budget Adopted- for 1972
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
IF YOU TURN THE
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.
tries. Mr. Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg chaired the
Ap roximately 400 Jewish com-
munity leaders from the United
States and Canada meeting at the
New York Hilton Hotel elected
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.
Jack D. Weiler was re-elected
chairman of the National Council
for a sixth one year term and also
vice-chairman of the JDC. Judge
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
end of 1971 aiding some 311,000
Jews in Israel, in Eastern and
Western Europe, in North Africa,
strengthening Jewish communal JDC prollams accounted
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
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glassman & Family
and the entire staff of
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