Pittsburgh Now Only $2,000 Short of Goal
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Pittsburgh Now Only $2,000 Short of Goal

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Workers in the United Jewish Appeal voted at the last report meeting to extend the campaign to next Monday. So far $98,000 has been raised toward the $100,000 quota.

The workers gave Leo Lehmann, general chairman of the drive, a leather belt and silver watch buckle in appreciation of his leadership. Hyman Regal, chairman of the final follow-up committee, presided. Mrs. Charles L. Reizenstein, Sidney Stark, Harry Dobrin, Ben Raphael, John H. Cohen, Leon Falk Jr. and Charles J. Rosenbloom spoke.

The drive will close with a final report meeting Monday night. Those working on Regal’s committee include:

Leon Falk Jr., Harry Epstine, Merle Spandau, Charles J. Rosenbloom, Ben Raphael, Ben Chait, Chester Bandman, H. M. Caplan, Sidney Stark, William K. Frank, Prof, Israel A. Abrams, Philip Goodman, Harry Debrin, Dr. M. B. Lichtenstein, John H. Cohen, Mayer Rosenbloom, Alex Lowenthal, Jacob Seder, I. A. Wasser. Nathan Savage, Max lank, Hyman Eskovitz, Gerald Harris, James Bibro, S. L. Fuss, Ben Smith, Frank Wertheimer, William B. Klee Jr., Ben Steinberg, A. H. Neaman, Rabbi B. Lichter, Rabi Herman Hailpe### Rabbi Goodman A. Rose, Sam ###, I. Rothstein, A. Nathanson, David Glick, Oscar Robins, Harry Arenson, David Busis, A. L. Mars, Harry Applestein, Alex Sharove, Morris Neaman, Marty Wedner and A Blumenthal.

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