Mayor Pays Jews Tribute for Aid Gifts

A tribute to the Jews of New York City for their generosity in giving liberally to all philanthropic causes was paid by Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia, who spoke yesterday afternoon at the annual meeting of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies.

The same Jewish names are to be found over and over again on the donation lists of all welfare organizations, the Mayor said during an address in which he voiced the city’s thanks to the Federation “for its splendid work,” and congratulated it “for working out a deficit and meeting the extreme demands of 1934.”

PROSKAUER’S LAST REPORT

Yesterday’s meeting marked the official termination of the presidency of Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, who is resigning as head

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