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[[image]] 1843 B'NAI B'RITH A Century of Service 1943 1003 K. STREET, N. W. • WASHINGTON. D. C. OFFICERS HENRY MONSKY, President, Omaha ALFRED M. COHEN, Honorary President, Cincinnati FRANK GOLDMAN, Vice-President, Lowell, Mass. A. B. FREYER, Vice-President, Shreveport, La. DAVID BLUMBERG, Vice-President, Los Angeles SIDNEY G. KUSWORM, Treasurer, Dayton MAURICE BISGYER, Secretary, Washington EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFFICERS AS ABOVE JOSEPH L. KUN,, Philadelphia SIDNEY J. STERN, Greensboro BENJAMIN SAMUELS, Chicago and PRESIDENTS OF ALL AMERICAN DISTRICTS April 10, 1943 Miss Lee Ya Ching, United China Relief, Inc., 1790 Broadway, New York, N. Y. Dear Miss Lee: We want you to know how deeply we appreciate your participation in the United Nations panel engagements in Chicago and Milwaukee on March 30 and 31st. Excellent reports of the meetings have been received and we know that the success of the affairs was due in great measure to your presence and eloquent presentation. Thank you again for your gracious participation. We extend our sincere best wishes for your continued noble efforts in behalf of the United Nations' cause. Respectfully yours, Maurice Bisgyer National Secretary
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