115 Drives Planned for Allied Campaign in Three Months Beginning September 1
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115 Drives Planned for Allied Campaign in Three Months Beginning September 1

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One hundred and fifteen “drives” for the Allied Jewish Campaign, including several which will be state-wide are already scheduled for three months beginning September 1, according to an announcement today from national headquarters. Seven drives are to be held during August, in Denver; Waterville, Maine; Ann Arbor, Michigan; Long Branch, New Jersey; Mt. Kisco and Spring Valley, New York and Alexandria, Virginia. Included in the September drives are Louisville, Los Angeles, Chattanooga, Richmond, Salt Lake City, Albany and Schenectady, N. Y.; St, Joseph, Mo.; Savannah; Hartford, Conn., and the whole state of South Dakota.


Other communities where drives are scheduled for September are: Connecticut—Greenwich, Ellington and Rockville, New London and Willimantic; Illinois—Peoria; Indiana—Crawfordsville, Goshen, Indiana Harbor, Lebanon, Ligonier and South Bend; Kentucky—Lexinton; Michigan—Battle Creek and Grand Rapids; Mississippi—Cleveland. Bolivar County; New Hampshire—Manchester; New Jersey—Asbury Park, Camden, Freehold, Perth Amboy, Plainfield and Wildwood; New York—Beacon, Catskill, Kingston, Mamaroneck, New Rochelle, Nyack and Ossining; North Carolina—Charlotte, Henderson and Raleigh District; Ohio—Hamilton and Lorain; Pennsylvania—Greensburg; Texas—El Paso, Port Arthur. San Angelo and Waco Zone; Vermont—Burlington; Virginia—Fredericksburg and Newport News; West Virginia—Wheeling.


October will have a number of “big city” drives, including Washington, D. C., Cleveland; Cincinnati; Pittsburg, Pa., Atlanta, Ga., Syracuse; Utica; Memphis. The Oklahoma State drive postponed from the Spring because of tornadoes and floods is scheduled for October.

Other drives during that month will be: Alabama—Montgomery; Arizona State; Arkansas State; Connecticut—Stamford, Torrington, Winsted and Waterbury; Georgia—Macon; Indiana—Anderson, Gary, Hammond, Marion and Michigan City; Louisiana—Monroe; Mississippe—Clarksdale District, Greenville District; Gulf Zone; Meridian District and Vicksburg District; New Jersey—Bridgeton, Hoboken, Jersey City and Passaic; New York—Hudson and Yonkers; North Carolina—Durham, Fayetteville District, Goldsboro District, Hendersonville, High Point and Rocky Mount District; Ohio—Youngstown; South Carolina—Sumter; Tennessee—Jackson and Brownsville; Texas—Amarillo Zone, Breckenridge District, Fort Worth and Houston Zone; Virginia—Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Norfolk and Roanoke; Washington and Alaska; West Virginia—Charleston; and Wisconsin—Superior.

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