Education Association to Abolish Annual Drives, Board Meeting Decides

A committee of one hundred of the Jewish Education Association in New York will attempt to eliminate the annual drive for funds which the association has conducted since its organization six years ago, according to plans adopted at a meeting of the board of directors.

The committee will undertake to place its finances on a permanent membership basis. Jacob Wener has been appointed chairman of the committee.

The experience of the past six ## stated Bernard Semel, honority scretary of the association, “during which annual drives for funds have been conducted, points to the advis## of finding a method of financeing the activities of the association which will consume less time and ##. Our ultimate aim is to have every Jewish child in our community ## a Jewish religious education.”

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