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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

The United Jewish Campaign in Delaware came to a close Monday night, with about $58,000 reported as having been subscribed. It is expected the amount will go above $60,000 when reports from outlying districts are all in.

A motion to make the campaign a two-year, instead of a three-year, affair was made at a final meeting of the workers in Wilmington, by Louis Topkis, and was adopted, those present signing to make their payments in two years. David Snellenburg was chairman of the campaign.

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