500 Delegates to Attend Sessions in Albany (Jewish Daily Bulletin)
More than 500 delegates representing fifty communities in the state are expected to gather at the Hotel Ten Eyck on December 9 to attend the Emergency Relief Conference of the United Jewish Campaign.
The present status of the United Jewish Campaign collections in the state and a consideration of what shall be done to accelerate payments will occupy the delegates who have responded to the call to the conference issued by Bernard B. Given of Syracuse, state chairman.
David A. Brown, national chairman, will address the conference on the present situation of the Jewish masses throughout Eastern Europe. Lieut. Governor-elect Herbert H. Lehman will make his first public address since his election.
David M. Bressler, acting chairman of the New York City Campaign, will speak on ways and means of making the collections.
Bernard B. Given will report on the development of the campaign and the status of collections throughout the state.
The arrangements for the Conference are in charge of a Reception Committee, headed by M. F. Aufsesser.
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