Pottstown will be the ninety-sixth community in Pennsylvania to hold a campaign for the United Jewish Appeal, and Glens Falls the thirty-seventh in New York State, when these towns inaugurate campaigns this evening, Harry L. Glucksman, chairman of the administrative committee, said yesterday.
Marvin Lowenthal, author and lecturer, will address the mass meeting of Pottstown’s effort for the United Jewish Appeal at the Jewish Community Center there. A quota of $1,000 has been set for the community and the officers of the campaign are Edgar Orenstein, Martin A. Felt and Rabbi Maxwell M. Farber.
In Glens Falls leadership of the campaign has been assumed by Carl Bronne, Charles Garlan, Charles Gelman, Rabbi Bert Stein and Lester Erlanger, who have made $2,000 their goal. The principal speaker at the launching of Glens Falls campaign will be Jacob deWass.