Two San Francisco Jews Honored by Relief Posts

Two leading members of the Jewish community have been honored with appointment to places at the head of the two principal relief movements in the city and state.

Judge M. C. Sloss has been named by Mayor Rossi as chairman of a citizens’ committee to campaign for a $6,500,000 unemployment relief bond issue. This will be voted on at the August 30 primaries.

Milton Esberg has been appointed chairman of a committee representing all social and relief agencies in California to cooperate with the state agricultural director in getting surplus food products to the needy of California instead of letting these products rot in orchards and farms.

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