Oklahoma, which had a quota of $125,000 in the United Jewish Campaign, has raised $151,547, exceeding the quota by $26,547, according to a telegram received from S. K. Bernstein, state chairman, by the national headquarters of the campaign in New York.
Tulsa, with a quota of $50,000, raised $53,121; Oklahoma City with a quota of $25,000, raised $31,852; Ardmore’s quota was $10,000, and it raised $11,255;;the smaller cities all exceeded their quotas, the report stated.
Seattle, Wash., has raised $138,000 on June 18.
The Province of Quebec has raised $125,000 against a quota of $100,000.
Memphis, Tenn., passed its $50,000 quota. Akansas has raised $77,000. Peoria, I11., raised its $50,000 quota as has Rockford, I11., with a $10,000 quota.
In Connecticut, New Britain raised its $15,000 quota, Waterbury raised $20,000 toward a $25,000 quota and New London $12,000 toward a $15,000 quota. Toledo, O., has raised $108,000 against a quota of $100,000 and Kansas passed the half-way mark toward its $100,000 objective.
Los Angeles, Calif., with a one year quota of $100,000 is within $6,000 of its goal; Oakland, Calif., has raised more than its $7,500 one year quota as has San Diego, Calif., with a one year quota of $2,250, the report stated.