More philanthropy-Morris- 7 October 1919

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More philanthropy-Morris- 7 October 1919 - SOLDIER BOYS GIVE BONUS MONEY TO STARVING JEWS...
SOLDIER BOYS GIVE BONUS MONEY TO STARVING JEWS Three soldier boys just back from service overseas nhn haroH thotr breasts to the Him and innvht n es-!make the world safe for democracy. yesterday donated their 160 bonus money to aid the starving men, women women and children of Poland and eastern Europe. They know the awful awful plight of these suffering people, having seen some of the distress and devastation that followed in the wake of the German armies. They were willing to give all the money they had to the cause of humanity and to take a chance on facing their eco nomic conaition with a smila. the'Tney wanted to save the life of some I starving child and to bring sunshine back to a blighted country The Jewish War Relief campaign opened in . the city yesterday with a luncheon it the Logan house of members members of the executive committee and 17 , j""" 143001 Moses M. Wil-L??? e50""!,.n.?..r!' con-i con-i con-i ports were presented. The announce ment was made of the sacrifice made by the three returned soldier bovs, together with a contribution from three others. -Announcement -Announcement was also SfjffflBat the members of the Aguaatn ehj& synagogue had contributed contributed 18,267 on Fridav that 2,230 was pledged at the Day of Atonement services at the Talmud Torah synagogue. - . The response to the cry of the six missions of starving people over there has been heard over here, right in this city, and more than S25.000 has 1 '7eaay oeen Pledged to the fund, remalns out $10,000 to be ra'8e(!. to meet the 1uoti for Altoona ' and lve county- county- The solicitors work-of work-of Carbon-1!?? with ,thLe executive committee will 1 13 Je,ek bend their efforts to secure :a 8unent amount of money to make i mo ucnui. luey win again assemble assemble at the Logan house on Wed- Wed- nesday at noon to make a report of tneir pledges to this worthy cause for tne sake or humanity. There were a couple of errors crept into the list of contributors that appeared appeared in the Tribune yesterday morning. Bessie Marks contributed $10 instead of $5, and Jacob Diener $25 instead of $10. The name of Jo seph Lehrer appeared as Lebrer. The following contributions are acknowledged acknowledged : Jacob Berman $750.00 Sol Brett 500.00 J. S. Silverman 2Sn nn B. Leibovitz and family ....... 250.00 A. Abelson and family 250.00 Sol. Dembert . . 250.00 I. Robinson and family 250.00 Isaac Slutzker . . 150.00 Philip Wayne ' 150.00 Mr. & Mrs. Morris Henderson, 165.00 Mr. and Mrs. A. Parish 150.00 Rosefsky and Sanders 150.00 B. Smith and family 150.00 Joseph Lichtenstein 100.00 Ike Berney, mother and sister, 100.00 Julius Levinson 100 00 Louis Rose 100.00 S. freeman 100.00 bamuel Tanner 100.00 Baron, wife and mother W 110.00 Benj. Isaacson . 100.00 Mrs. Morris Lenson and daughters .- .- 100.00 Livschitz and Goldberg 109.00 Abe Golden 100.00 M. Karasek and family 100.00 Mrs. Samuel Brett 100.00 Samuel Brett, additional subscription subscription 50.00 Samuel Beerman and family . . 100.00 Samuel Gindes 100.00 Mrs. Louis Silverman and " daughters 100.00 D. Mamolen 100.00 C. Lang, additional sub 100.00 Nthan Waxier 100.00 I. Marcus and family 100.00

Clipped from Altoona Tribune07 Oct 1919, TuePage 1

Altoona Tribune (Altoona, Pennsylvania)07 Oct 1919, TuePage 1
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