Twenty-two Member Agencies of Cjfwf Reported Opposing National Advisory Budgeting
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Twenty-two Member Agencies of Cjfwf Reported Opposing National Advisory Budgeting

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Twenty-two member agencies of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds have gone on record as opposing the national advisory budgeting plan which is to come up for decision at the General Assembly of the Council scheduled to be held in Detroit in February, a report issued today by the Committee to Oppose National Budgeting said.

The twenty-two agencies include: United Jewish Campaign, Allentown Pa.; Champaign-Urbana Federation of Jewish Charities, Champaign, Ill.; Allied Jewish Appeal, chester, Pa.; Allied Jewish Campaign, Denver, Col.; Jewish Welfare Committee, East Chicago, Ill.; Jewish Welfare Fund, Meriden, Conn.; Jewish Welfare Fund, Milwaukee, Wis.; Jewish Community Council, Nashville, Tenn.; United Jewish Charities, Newburgh, N.Y.; Jewish Community Council, Passaic, N.J.; Jewish Welfare Fund, San Jose, Calif.; Jewish Federation, Soranton, Pa.; Jewish Federation, Shreveport, La.; Jewish Community Council, Jacson, Ariz.; Jewish Community Council, Tulsa, Okla.; Ventura County Jewish Council, Ventura, Calif.; Jewish Federated Appeal, Waterbury, Conn.; Wyoming Valley Jewish Committee, Wilkes Barre, Pa.; Jewish Welfare Federation of Dallas, Texas and the Jewish Community Council of Passaic, N.J.

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