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October 14, 1974

Woman's Auxiliary

JAMA. 1974;230(2):333-334. doi:10.1001/jama.1974.03240020091043

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Report to the House of Delegates November 1974  IT is a special privilege to report on the events of the 1973-1974 Auxiliary year and to calmly reflect on them with the advantage of retrospect. This is an account of one year in the life of the organization.The year was a good one for the Auxiliary. Most important in the progress toward, and fulfillment of, goals was the cohesiveness of the members, committees, and officers in serving and responding to the directives of your House of Delegates. The challenge was met in updating our established programs and in responding to current trends and emerging life styles.The continuing objective of increasing Auxiliary membership was confronted, with this result: The number of members totalled 89,889 this year, including 10,210 new members; seven new county auxiliaries were organized. Because of dropouts and deaths, our net gain was 168 members.In our