World Ose Conference Closes in Paris; Shaban Elected President
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World Ose Conference Closes in Paris; Shaban Elected President

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The five-day international conference of the World Union OSE, Jewish Health Organization which enjoys consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, concluded here today after hearing reports on the activities of the organization in North Africa, Israel and other countries, and following the naming of a nine-man board to draft the OSE program for the next 12 months. Abel Shaban. South African Jewish leader, was elected president of the Central Board of the organization.

The conference, which was held at the UNESCO House here, dealt particularly with the reorganization of the OSE in Israel and discussed the situation in which CSE Institutions find themselves at present in North Africa. It was reported that the organization has 29 branches located in 23 countries throughout the world. The American delegation at the conference was headed by Boris Pregel, industrialist, and Dr. L. Wulhman of New York.

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