Detroit Welfare Drive Aims to Raise $3,000,000
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Detroit Welfare Drive Aims to Raise $3,000,000

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Officers and members of the Jewish Welfare Federation and constituent agencies are scheduled to play an active part in this year’s Community Fund drive for $3,000,000, which is to be held Oct. 30 to Nov. 10, according to Gustavus D. Pope, general chairman of the campaign.

Dr. Adolph G. Studer, chairman of the campaign executive committee, has as his co-chairman Kurt Peiser, director of the Jewish Welfare Federation, and James Fitzgerald, director of the Society of St. Vincent De Paul. Mr. Peiser and William S. Powers are co-chairmen of the publicity committee, of which Henry T. Ewald is chairman. Mrs. Samuel R. Glogower, chairman ### the governing board of the Young Women’s Hebrew Association, will again act as chairman of Division II of the general solicitation division.

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