Charles Liebman, Noted Industrialist, Dead; Was Active in J. D. C.

Charles J. Liebman, noted industrialist, who was active in the rescue of Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany, died in Mount Sinai Hospital at the age of 80.

A member of the board of the Joint Distribution Committee from 1939 to 1946, he was a former president of the Refugee Economic Corporation, formed in 1935 to resettle refugees from Hitler. He was a former member of the executive committee of the Palestine Economic Corporation and the Emergency Committee for Displaced Foreign Scholars.

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