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$50,000 Goal Fixed for Polish Relief

A quota of $50,000, to be collected in the next few weeks for the relief of Polish Jewry, was decided upon at a meeting of the committee of 100 chosen to direct Polish Jewish relief work, it was announced Friday. The Lodz Young Men’s Benevolent Society has pledged itself to raise $10,000, Herman B. Oberman, chairman of the group, said.

Benjamin Winter, Gershon Bader and Zelig Tygel were elected as a committee of three to take charge of the relief drive. A subcommittee of twenty-one was also chosen to assist in national relief efforts for Polish Jews.

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